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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 August 1889

a* SALEAT Jros. ethe room. Look at WMARKETS. Sewniarketrtnow *.^^, each.^Vewniarket- now ^7 ^0 each.^Newmarkets now #'.^.70 each.^^^-wiiiarkct^i uow $10.20 each. IS'WRAPPERS. teWrappe re dncedfrom $3. to tlJM each.^ue.1 chaliin Wreapers, ele- iturned, ducedfrom #1^ to *i;.o0 each,^urt-i! ('bailie V. raj [^^ r-, extra^ty, beautifully trimmed,^MS*] from fBJ to B1LM each. 10DAYS jits .00. (LEW HiaiQ.cLsI !mwmnitj having wub-^aM*' FiumIb. the- name^ud am terms conve^-^towetw, NMna the schoolr^-iid^TH them^^v i^ a proper time for^uild win ii they shall^:Ii^t t-du( a Hon therein^n spert desirable, in^mid industrious com aceiit, R,^v. K. E.^ttg tlte attractions of^taJ City, and answer-^^f ^ale, etc., etc. fERS: Bldimesta. They are)^^ d. We have two of^i. tw ^ ^m Eighth Ave.^i. two on Lewii street^treat, about ;$^*^ feet^!S .11 Ave-nue- at ifc-J-JiH). ^1 oo ns a down ]^ay-^B ami nj^wards. Sjiagrent. Steele, KKET. xchange, 3-TJST12. ALL.Direct^Turf Congress.^Circuit Tracks,^by telegraph. tat...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 August 1889

TrSEDAILYj HELENA. THTBSDAY MORXIXG. AIGUST 15, 1889. :ndependent -.1. IUmt P jitTrain-, IXM0^^ RIPTION.^-^ --arrler.;rf^ nonth.... I ..v w ..6cU ti.j/ik ii ' d l.vrr. yufam ^.wl a*o ttin any TnaINDEPENDENT Ml ^ largar da T circuit^,0ntr.anar. nawaoapar tsatwear St f^au^^ortl.no ana ^ l^r^W circulation^a,i,^r M ^^^^ P^t-^r^ ^^^^H,M^ ^* ^^ontmn*-^taaano ^rw roomer.^. ^ ******^,.^^,, ooonto -^apa^:tion. and II M alwara fHllto sro^ rot iii circulation ii OS raara. ^r^l.1 tro PMtoHk. ^t Ho.ono o. aaconcs-^^ iui rr,^tt^r Mont*^ ^ rlilrnl. ,M I 'aul and* temptto make it appear that polities^hail anything to do with the subject will^fail. The expense of an election, of^which the Journal makes mnch, will be^practically nothing, occurring as it will^at the same time as the election for^-tate officer* and upon the adoption of^the constitution. . The additional ex^^pense will be only for the little paper^required to print the list of candidates,^and is too insignlficent to enter at all^into co...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 August 1889

CURTIN. 'K-nKII'TION. C i^ Lambert^randuma, Pic-^Carriages and :CIAT.TY.t kapolis. Mim* itention.Ccrn*^^N P Depot. CaMDentaSolicited,^real Smelters :*ld^-r. ,ngWorks at Northern *.t. r I Bjt Saddles, r%Sllpkors. Nose Bags,^rpt in a :':r^:-daae har- St-,Helena. H. T. DNJAl'KSONgTRKKT;^M MAIN 5TRKKT. -:..r Me-^Wli .skies, Penn- 1^ *s 1 arets, Fine^H^.i[aad I Vwm and^:*-ntiua given to BARNEYCARTER'S FIND. REALLY A MOUNTAIN OF GOLD. TheGreatest Bonanza Ewer Uncovered^in California Located in the^Mojive D^sert. *aa Krancl^co ipecial: .Barney Carter,^an old prospector, hac rwently discovered^tlie richest gold mine ever brought to light^in California. His discovery was made in^the vicinity of Death Valley on the Mojave^IMjaert. It has long been known that very-^rich mineral deposits were stti.ated in tbat^section of the country, but heretofore the^prospectors and others have Mad a horror^of the dwrt, and a large Dum*T of those^who risked their tmm in huDMag lor the^previous metals have nev...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 15 August 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPENPEMTl HELENA. THTBSDAY MORXIXO. AUGUST 15 1889. THECOHVENTIOM But^ Fe* More Days Required to^Finish the Work of Constitu^^tion Making. A Proposition Giving Women Tax^^payers the R.ght to Vote Is^Adopted. ,^^M^h^ ^* *,,... VtM Will U-ton.ld- rrrltTo-^U^. Iftru conv-t,.n. Additional ordin-^^TwiillHM to * . l^dtothearticl, MiMtMUM will maar K^ --port aodUH-^conv,nt,on will b.ve nL.ih.0 iU labor..^Althouiihthr ^^...u- held yeat-rday ^* short,importantw.i trau.aot.-d. Therawu-nal u. congrww iolllllllll by^Warrm relative to the importation free ol^d%tv of lead was passed and the president^w*i JLIIIhllll J ^ transmit a certihed copy^tothea^retary ot the treasury. Carpen-^u.r s pr,(1,n .,^^ women who are cnoernniftax.S.e property waa a4opted^and hee-me* p^r' ^^ constitution, lhe^,. n., ul aw...rtionment made a re lheri^!ht to vote upon questions p.r oei .r.-d printed and will^t^eday. ,.iuruin,y. The^matter MOK.M^- sfc*M^^^^.^When I'r-aident Clark rapped to order^r.-rda\ imir...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 August 1889

SALEAT Jros. **the imm, Look at^WMARKETS. -^wniarkeU now to each. marketsnow *7 cji each..^! ^^wruarkets new #!^.7o eaca.^-w market* now flii.20 each. S'WRAPPERS. toWrapper- luredfrom $;t. to $1 ;C each,^red t'hallie Wrapper*, ele- Sucrdfrom |10 to |^; .Vi each.^|ire^l '^hallit- W, rappers, extra r^-uutifuliy trimmed,^'iced from $2n to ^11..Vj each. 10DAYS jits 00. urn I^ / -ity Jia\^suh-^IMe biDQW, the- game^tul 011 terms conve-^^Wfjf of, rmt( the wboolrnid^-rs them^is ^ |^Kij.. r tiint* for^liM ^ bea tlwjr shall^^r education therein^ospeel desirable, in^id industrious com IRlt,K.*v. R. E.^ir tile attractions of^I City, and answer-^Savltt, etc., etc. ERS: llnunts. Tliey are^I We Ikivh two of^tm ^.n Bighth Ave two1 tii-. street ^t. about 906 f^-et^am Avenue at 18900. rMnias a down jtay-^ind upwards. itiirrent.^BET. (change, ust12, LL.Direct^urf Congress,^rcuit Tracks.^)y telegraph. ate NGE, ONT. ;Auction .OTS. heinvestor, and^*ly safe and i~n \ ale win KRK. justone-^Motor line,^oooc...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 August 1889

THEINDEPENDENT WHIBITK^ P*. I Ml^^ LiCATtOHw**e^I^ * aj#Af. -ItT: atIII^ Mil IM^, carrier, per Btonia ^^., y* wni *ian^a. ..! .* UO^SCI* *lno T- !NCii.PEf^OfcMT ^ larawr*^ll^ circuit Hatn.r. ^nr ^*^^^^^^^^' o*^-*^^ ^^ p^'^,^taPBawW BW* ^eireulalloc tn^r *n, MM-two Hall* P^P*r^ publishes in Monl.n*.^, no P'eee roem wcret*. M *uh*criptio^^ogtntg .niawctlon. *n^ It M ptw*v*^^r,a: its ytuiilion '^ 'api-a- -^o^^^^^^^run to ore** Intarecat in* eoetofflce al Heler.a a* ^MtlnO-^tM featter WMMBaBAB.WA1 mUH^.'^foot*!!* 4 eotral. St.Ia -I^Harja.: eaat.ll:SS a- m.^nth.. 4:UU p.^jllUl S:ii a^ 4: .11 p. 7 au an a....: Pa... \-.i^f.tlc^x , Butt* end aoo.th.ll a. m M.'-a'ti.,' ^ !fc^V^ ^^*^^^^^^,. . t^ ^ - . U.l* awl aout* Mary*' Mao*^ps ewwBawMPII'm-IUr. 1:5 p. at^s:jj p. ni^M ^ a. ci^n:*u p.m results,bat it will help to make people^familiar with the question and to pre^^pare them for what the progress of^events will force upon the community. Thjcwork of the Montana constitu^^tional convention is ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 August 1889

itimov ksat Northen. -J-t%Nose Kai^s,^^ tirat-claf* hit- lena.M. T. THXkT: B1UR V nets,Fine^1 (iins and^~n given to .~rM/ /Mi/ro it . IklP KuiltF of criminal carelessness if they^DlOmnilUfX Ui ^m this insUnce^ m the best remedy there forthe purpose only costs but JS^ cent-^The article we refer to U Chamberlain ^^Colic Cholera and Diarrhu-a Hemedy. It^U a certain cure for cramp*, coli:, cholera^morbus, dysentery, diarrtnts, bloody tiux,^cholera infantum, and bowel complaint in^all ita forma. No family can afford to be^without it during the summer months as^great suffering and ev.-n lif^* may be saved^by it before a physician could be summoned^or medicine procured. l^o not delay, but^procure it at once, before it is forgotten.^Kor sale by H. M. Parcben A Co. COLONIZERSMUST BE CAREFUL. Turkey* Possessions in Egypt Must^Not be Disturbed by Dr.^Peters' Party. Btiii.iN, Aug. 15.^The Nortn ^ierman^BaMSMfa Bismarck's organ, referring to the^impending meeting of the German Colo^^nial company...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 16 August 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENTS HELENA. FRIDAY MOKNING. AUGUST IB 1889. THECONVENTION Propositions on Ordinances and^Schedules Satisfactorily Settled^by the Committee. Propositionon Apportionment Causes^a Fight, but it Pastes Just theSame. Moo.I. K. Tool. M^kr. ^ Vi*.rou. ITotct^Again*! th* Senatorial .%pp^r- Thelaat propo-ition to be r-oD^idered b^^tb* constitutional ,-..D^eotion ^^ H^*^^| and aaattag ^^ ^ ^^^ r' . hm^com-^rrecti^^n and re nmand It I,-l ^ ,t.able U.at the con-^venti.n will a.ij .urn S a. die ^u^-^The prop.i-.ti.ms -n ordinance, achedul-1.^and aurwrt'.niii-nt *v-re pas^ed. The ZL2m~ ^+* unt^ 22 dayto uiak- a r-p.rt, claiming they could^not Ml *WW* M-M tlu^^-' but th^'^^W(U^ i ^i v ,/or .as protect made that the^conveM.on|llHH^ adjourn from dayto day HUM trie final adjournment. XlliMM.^.K^H^N. Theron.enti. u waa tilled to ord.-r at^10 oViO^k. President Clark in the cnair.^Aft'-r rail eail Winston and Kobinson were^aaaajaai Nt la* day and Kohra for v.rc.l^day*. f*^S er by the c...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 August 1889

'SALE AT Bros- the-Ti^ in. Ix)ok at EW MARKETS. aNewmarkets now H each.^! New market- now *7 M each.^4 Newmarkets new #;^ T^ i each.^0 Newmarkets now $10.20 each. ES'WRAPPERS. hit*-Wrappers Educedfrom |3. to KUH each,^gored (bailie Wrapper-, ele-^rimmed, ducedfrom $10 to *^^, .Vi each,^gored Challii- V^ rabj.er-,, extra^lity. heautifully trimmed,^^'liice.l from $Si to $11..V) each. 10DAYS uits 00 LancLsI Universityhaving sub-^iiahlc hinds, the- same^^ :iik1 on terms conve- hoWfW, IUUMW the r-^ 11^^^^1 renders them^m is :i j.k^\,t-r tinje for^^niltl w h**a they shall^(bet ediuation therein^reapeet rtrrirahin, in^and induelriotis com ama^ent, ]{.*v. K. E.^tin^r the attractions of^it.il ^5tj, ud answer-^|of sale, etc. etc. WILLBUY: lated,house new, f\ ^^^*^.^feet *o. of Hroa^lway,$l,''^^i. I. mile* from Placer: l^M lilng,IS Mease; k^M and ENT: t Mtth ^v-. ^a| DlVaH. \^**;:i UnleTift ^c. K^^ t* , r ^ ;-rn Improvement*^fork ^.-nu-^, central^l ^^tn-Dlshe*!, Lawrence. Steele, IREST. ixchan...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 August 1889

5* THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. Al'GUST 17, I8S9. [HEINDEPENDENT jna.Mont- Aui.'. I' ihBiPisaistrcn co. Sirsr-rMoite^t. I-JBUoHElta. nun tfEOADWAY i c*rrl^r, i-^r moot*.... f.^^. * ^* ..^*^^ta 00 ^*^!L r.Ml PtvjiST nui :ar*wr daily elreui*-^circulation tran ari* rt.afd^n^ ^ i^'^^r^^ . M **ily w*M |mm I^ Mariana. rowrrsecrwts. It^ luMcriBl on^-ntwct.Gn. and It Isa'way*^a c.^cul^tlo^ l^ aa rapra- Inil no *'^Jar^ O^*^ tO i:Hmalt.r tOXPK.N.LL KAIIHll lIMfcTAHLE. a* Ma Us *l*rMar iilsairtrrr *^! t ^uj fcjideaat.il :V^ a. an. . : S..UI. . 4:'^' ,^. D^^ - w- -1 ^ .it* aid aouUV 5 :ie^ a SB 4:10 p. m JIT7 *v a-ru ajajajaj, t-a , .i.lie and aonth. 11:^ a. m.^' Wi!*l I'fcui fcb'J wt. 3:45 p. a*. it.li- uil ^/utl C:aV(^. m. 'Hut) a. a. ir*:*^ f-m \.,rlUnii I'acIIH. tarn acu. d.. Tin Tun,..^ mm^b.it-. Mi**^ ^^*^bTsaTT***** paaaMMP^mam ^ ^ i * !^V^ iccaa a-'l ttuuloer^Ma.'^s*UM aceussa* 1.: ..b ^-^^ ^c^T ir .. :. -a ' ^ .^^^!^^^tta, Missoula as^*ar - ... ^ I^hln In: a^^.in. ^^...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 August 1889

JURTISV RF LB. ACOR -If RTIN, ARECO ARTERS lowers. LERS, HOSE nvm, Packing idFitiinp rirdwar Explosives.SET. ierlv, ZLambert^ldunis, Pic-^Liriag'es and anner i,TALLOW :a7.ty. :apol:s. r^ irvularw RCU Lumber now.Corrat^P Depot igCo. lentaSolicited. rfc-at Northern Baddles* aflrr-t Helena.M. T. as, p'rs- i.'K.-c.\^rSJUfT;^all STKJCKT. ieCity.^TAP. jd^ s for Me-^liskies, Pt-nn- Clareta,Fine^^ GHh and^ition given to the jgt^Q THE DAILY TECHNICALPOINT OF LAW. DEFECT THESTATUTES. BecauseOut theWord ^ Real ^ Wat^in Describing Property a^Case is Thrown Out. Left Thecase of the territory vs. Mr*. Barney^McGroty. of Eaat Helena, came up (or trial^id Probate Judce Howe}'* court Wednes^^day, the result being a diamik-al of the^case, the opposing counsel briOKinK out a^technical point of law in which bis honor^coincided. Mrs. McGroty win charged^with maliciously injuring property. Tt-^complaining w.tnt-ss was a M._s. Dr.ru.^It appears that Mr*. Mr-^iroty plastcrr-d^Mrs. Uorn'* residence with a m...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 17 August 1889

THEPALLY INDEPENDENT! HELEXA. SATURDAY MORNTNG. AUGUST 17 1889. THECONVENTION. UstDay But One of the Constitution^Makers. Who Will Finish^To-Day. Qu,le a Number o^ Propos.t.ons^Passed Upon and Ordered to^B^ Enrolled. ^Mmon lU-vl^l^^^^au.l a orTevtlnn Hn^lly^at Work. Alteration Tbe.on-titutional convention will ad^^_rn ^ ne d^^ t^day and the members^iron, abroad w*B Mlfi their grips and^n^t.n to the car*. ^othin^ waa dose yea-^terda^ except to p^-^ a few memorial* ai d^r..,_,lut:^,ns and to pass up-.n the report of^to* r^^:iiiittee on adjustr-ient, revision and^,.^rr..t,on. A number ^t proposition,^wa-r.- puKd, aom- with a iVw verbal al^^teration- and others without kl :n^ altered^at all. An a-v-D.ii-* ct-tsion was ha-ld and^mor- v. ^rk would nave been finished had^a been planned out. The pr.*-eedin^s fol^^low: dnt MOKMX-sKSSlO!-. TheHMI BUM *^* + ^ ^'c,^5 k- f2S^Clark la the a : air. Roll call, and l'rC-!^,u-: .^^^.urnal of the p^.^nrMMteai ifcl-^ submitted the folinwiriKr^-p^rt JlK...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 August 1889

fr:-p -\jbriw, HELEm, VOL.31.-NO.220. HELENA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 18, 1889. FIVECENTS Spokanein Ashes! Everyproperty holder in Helena ehould see that U is fully in^^sured. Twelve of the v-ry b-st companies are represented by^Wallace ^ Thornbuigh. HOMESON EASY TERMS: New5-room house- on Fifth avenue._ ... Two6 room houses on Blak^ street, just hnish^d. Each on nign^ground. Splendidly located. Property growing in value. FORRSNT:^Elegant new houses ne-ar Main street. FORSALE: Businesslots, residence lots and acre property. WALLACE^THORNBURGH Agent*,Booms 1, 2 and 3, Second Floor First National Bank Building, Kn^trance corner Grand and Jackson streete. OURARID LANDS. TheyCannot be Gobbled by Monop^^olistic Corporations from the^Government. SecretaryWhich Noble Gives the Law,^is Not Generally Known^in the West. surveyed Site* for Storage Beeervolr.^Shall Remain Ihe Property of^Uncle j.p. woolman ^ co. Inviteyour attention to the Finest, Largest j^and Most Complete Line of IFX...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. AUGUST 16,188a FORTHE LADIES. AnApproaching Marriage of Mem^^bers of the Orleans Fam^^ily of France. SarahBernhardt's Cruelty^Women'*^Aversion to Exercise ^ Source^Of Ml to Them. lagLave to a Typewriter^A Famous^Singer's Cordiality Seen al^Loog tiranrh. Atlast, after much talk and postpone^^ments and many broken engagements,^writes a Paris correspondent in the St.^Louis Dispatch, we have a definite pros^^pect of a genuine royal marriage, for the^betrothal is announced of the young Duke^Of Orleans, the eld-sl son of the Count de^Paris, to his cousin, the Princess Mar^^guerite, the youngest and only unmarried^daughter of the Duke de Chartres, and^^ister to the Princess Waldemar, of Den^^mark, lie is a fortunate youth, the bride^^groom elect, for his fair young cousin is^one of the pr. ttiest unmarried royal girls^of Europe. .She is a graceful blonde with^^ well-shaped, oval countenance and large^blue eyes, a.,.i an expression of singular^a...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 August 1889

AST TH Pacific tOAD, CarRoute o- .ORTLINE NCITIES Chicago hitseast. NLT CarLine Time,i Palace Cars.^isio bo era TII W EST ANA RALr\ OB A AYSM iortLINE [IS Butt*.Marrsvili*, at,^la Cnicagu and^l^ East [asseuer Traffic ,XJD INS DAILY in andSt. Paul ICars,^ing Cars.^Day Coaches,^Sleeping Cars^^s Passengers. k'-'lCourtetj far Itron*. ii^*^v^.f -,,f th* saaaa^h n* Tina. ONSALE^T'O A T.Xj iLPOINTS WKST,1 SOUTH MainSt .Mont. E,Pass. Agt. Butt**.Mont. St. Louis .way FAMOl| TRAINSDAILY^d ^lUUHUi IC AG O .^tim* WTTH THI FAST^JWa^ r i. TUB SOUTHEAST! )NLYLI^^ runnlns,^-n MINNEAPOLIS aad ES,IOWA sroFORT IK)[Kit. UOHTRAINS ^1 WSBN s^ St. Louis ofth- Mississippi Valley,^n ln^pot for ail point*^MJl iTUWKBT' UrC ryud th^ UN LT^^-^^'LINK running KANSASCI \ \ aUoDi with th* I'nloa^Mania Fe Hallway* daIn loloa Depot with^ainaeapoi:*a Manitoba,^Mil a) Duluth Kaliw a^HTU and ^^)KTd liwajra. \N^'..KKVlStt ^ AHA,^11A1K ,-AhN at. :r N1 N G C A R S1 .AtiKt'HKrKK:^FKBK.^^^ th* lowest' For .1ms^iets, ate., ca...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 August 1889

\ THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18,lss0. [DEPENDENT clelena,Mont., Ausr. l I ^89. PUSUBHKD iTUT MofcSIS* bxcstt MolTDAV. iDIPINDHT PU3 CO.. publish*H8, OBLJCATIONOFTIi'S. BROAD*AY termsut .^tascsiPiiozr. JUTSubecrlbers, by carrier, psr month$1 80 | ByMall-psr ^11- ^ KTrains, u^ uwi^/b tad taws stands.... Sets | VNklf,p^ r*a^** 80 omen clark* X. i Ai'KH cov.rrr. r L* WIS ASU 'noINDEPENDE* ^ naa ^ l(r(lr tally clftul^- en than any aoweoapsr ottrnwi 81 Paul ana^Portland and a iars*r circulation than any^^toe- two dally papers publlstvas) In Montana.^It naa no praaa room aocrsts; Ita subscription^^ooka ara opon to Inapoction. and It la always^f aady to prove hi hi circulation la as repre- enteredat the ^oatoflica at Kaiana aa^alaaa mattor. CO.NUKN.tKI KAII.H'AV TIMK TABLK. MootauCentral. UBTABT. rJtPaul, Atlantic ex, Ht- Paul and ease. 11:^ a. m.^Montana, Pacific ex., Butte and south. 4:00 p. m^Heiena and Butte ex., butts aad touts o .^^ a m Marysvllleex4:10 p. m ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1889. ner. Each. NLY. ,Cordo- rs. es. If^ the largxet IN St Loan! FromSix^^ars Tini^^^urity. oDelay. iIEstate by Gen.Agt's ERN anCo. nesota. Block,H^-t Hute 'ttT Y! ntcrest enthe same .DING, Associa'n o, OO.OOO.) from all in- 0AY. Agent,lain Street. M.D. MKN. MUM inconstant^I tring office andfrom 1 t-l. na Busl-^i Main sir. IDE CECO..^ana. If.Illy Ul ad ;^'lnt*: Bote-^^n. Honuu,^crade than UJ r ITIS_ESDED. TheConstitutional Convention, After^Sitting Many Days. Comes^to a Close. But TwoMembers Vote Against the^Adoption of the Constitution,^But Come Over. PresidentClark Make* a ^i^ e Spe^r-h^KmponM to Hershtield'w O'oinall-^mrntry Kaeolwt ioa. ihe constitutional convention has ended.^The closing hours were similar to legisla^^tive assemblies. Resolutions w^ re pas^- d^thanking the employes, and when the final^vote came but two men. Warren ai d^Courtney, voted against the adoption, and^h-y afterwards changed their votes. A^dumber...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 181889. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. LawnParties and their Advantages^in the Way of Inducing Con-^fidential Chats. NumerousPleasant Social Events of^the Week Which Enlivened^Otherwise Dull Season. an Hoaee-Warming In the Valley-Lawn !^Partle* on the Kael Side^Helena^Hospitality^Personal Mantles. Probablyone of the pleasantest and at I^the tame time most economical method* of i^entertaining during the heated spell ia by I^giving a ^Lawn Party,^ the term itself ,^covering a multitude of sins. Of course, to^give a lawn party a lawn is necessar) : oth- |^erwlse it might be irreverently termed a j^duet, or even a weed party, with equal jus-^tice to the occasion. Chinese lanterns, |^flags, ribbons, a little music and plenty of i^ice-cream, cake, fruit and aaiidwiches (and ;^other indigestible commodities), constitute^the staple attractions, with perhaps a claret 1^punch; but apropos of the delicious and 1^Instnooua beverage, 1 would state for the I...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 August 1889

WEEMS'WONDER. TheElectric Invention that is to^ReTolutionize Travel Over Long^Distances A Rate of Two Miies a Minute^Achieved on an Experimental^Track. -tartling-mukr r. ^ i i.i 111 !^^ 1 i.r Dust and^sf Loconiotlrea to lie Done^Away With. 1ne quaint old village of Laurel, a half^hour*! rid- from Baltimore, says an ex^change, ia the scene of a moat extraordi^^nary trial of the electric rnxor. Here for^aeveral months. In the outskirts of the^town, haa stood the queerest rail ^ay ever^aeen ia this country. It has two rails, very^much like any other ruiiway. but it ia^enclosed^here in a sort of lattice-work,^and there by a barbed wire fence which^^tret.ne* along on both lidea. but tt.e^queerest thing about this railway ia what^Ull III oa it. A sturdily built, handsome^man of About So stands in the door of a^shed. He touches a button, when out of^the ahed crawls an iron-plated thing, at^..ui^two and a Halt feet square and twenty leet^long, pointed at one end. ll is on wheels,^and looks ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 18 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. sCXDAV HORNING, AUGUST 1^1889. ESADDLE. CountyRepublicans Hold Their Con-^vention and Nominate a Full^List of Officers TheCheerful Giver a Prime Favorite^for the Honors to be^Conferred Lowilutkiniiua War Cry Oul-^kuii Hoodie Mu^t Do^the KumIoch. SheriffCHARLES M. JEFFEKIS Clerkand Recorder JOHN S. TOOKEK AssessorGEORGE WALKF.K TreasurerRICHARD P. BARDKX Am..... ^s. A. BALLIEr PublicAdministratorF. W. ELLtS Supt.of SchoolsHELEN P. CL\RKK Coronery. ROCK MAN SurveyorK. F. WAI^E {A. M THORNBIRGU^Com i.idoners... 1 A. J. Bl'KS's 'W. D. WHEELER Uiatrir JudgeWILLIAM H HINT Clerk.if the Dutrict Co^irt ..JOHN BEAM StateJvnatorCOR\ELlT ^ HEDGES GEORGEH. KOKINsON^MMnSersofthel''^^ .A**f*'X r^otatt,ReaP ' VoH^HOKSKY^res niatlves - M1CHAELH KKEFE IANTON M. HOLTER^I DAVIO A. COI1Y^ROBERT U. HOWEY Inate one of the old county officers would^be to show a weakness which was inexcus^^able. Whatever mistakes Mr. Balliet may^I have made, be is a loyal republican who^1 has R...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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