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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 20 August 1889

Tkli ndependenl Is Well F.O,a 1 pped promptexecution^Of all Orders for^Oommvclal Printing. ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kind* -and MORNING.AUGUST 20, 18S9. HINEHT HMAN VOL. 30--NO. 220 HELENA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20 R.S. HALE^ CO. IWHOLISALBAND RETAIL DRUGGIS' LARGESTCmCTTi-ATION.^Advertisers Obtainthe Bast Returns for their Money by^Patronising the DAILYINDEPENDENT. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Louis Block,^MAIN 8TBKKT. REDLETTER SALE. Itis the custom of a givat^many Clothing Houses, when^the end of a season comes, to^take all the old chestnuts that^have* laid on their shelves since^the days of the ^bull teams,*^^pile them on a counter and of^^fer them at ^great bargains.'^^Now, with us it is differ wit.^At the end of a season our^buyer goes to market and there^buys just exactly the same^goods he bought ar. the l^egin^ning of the season for about^one-half the amount he paid for^them at that time Our buyer^is now in market and has^shipped us per express as l...

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. — 20 August 1889

5A. TUESDAY MORNTNG. AUGUST 20, 18*9. THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont.. Aug. '-'^*^ gj* Ixcirtstuanav- iSIX HIHI PUB. CO.. PLBL1PUBKS, IIBLiCATMHIockicb, BKOA-0*'AY. s-.-crir^ers. ^^/ carrier. ;*r umtt.. *^So A'ecUr.!^^ ft*^L OWICAAIiMill jw ^,*W'i3 sleVD rre IHQEPtNQtN i Ml ^ larger dally cirtMla-^lon man aw* eewapaawr o*tw**n Si Paul and^^ortiano ana a ho cireulaliQ^ than ^^^^at.ar two Ml eeaere puOtlenea i^ Montana.^I fiat no grtH room eecr.ta. us auMcMptlon^^-.^^-^ ooan ^o m*o^t:on, ^^^ II la *tw*^*^^a, lo ^roH* net m ti'culation la aa rapr.. In,,-,- al in* PoetofTlc* at ^^'^^^ aa ncoin-^tali ^^^ CO.NUK.vst.IJK.% ILWAV IIMt TABLK.^Nimlana Central. UIPlKT. oatof existence the office of^judge. Thin action by the congtitnt1^convention, which wait as plainly within^its province as the selection of a presi^^dent, was condemned by one member of^the republican coanty convention, who^^wight to make a martyr of the perpet^^ual office-holder who is at present pro-^'^^ii- judge of Lewis_ and_('...

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. — 20 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENTS HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1S89 SAVEDBY A RIFLE SHOT SOPHIESCHWAB S PERI LOUS TRIP A Little One Carried Away by a^Bunch of Toy Balloons and^Dropped in the Lake. Chicago,Aug. IV.^Little two ^*^ar old^Njphie Schwab involuntarily became a^bailonUt yesterday and was wafted bigh up^over the broad bosom of Lake Micbiean.^and it waa a rifleman's skill that saved the^child* life. The exritinn incident took^place at Sheffield park and was witnessed^by 1,500 picnickers. An ltaiian peddler of^toy balloons attempted to serve two pur^^chasers at once and in doinii so let go his^^.ring of brlght-coiored globes. Thf Ml^got twisted about Sophie'n left arm and^also in her hand and the buoyant rubber^bubbles started heavenward taking the^youthful aeronaut along, .^ophir- ^ mother^shnekrd and fainted. Bystanders stood^horror-stricken, scarcely breathing as the^balloons swept close to a large oak tree and^the inlant gra.^i*-d ahaodtui of twigs ana^checked her l ight. A mu...

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. — 20 August 1889

THEDAILY lXDEPENPEHTl HELENA. TUESDAY MOEXIXO. AUGUST 20 1889. CURBSTONEGAB. AnArdent Worker in the Republican^Ranks Unbosoms Himself^to a Reporter. HeClaims the World for Hi^ Party In-^clod.ng the Great State of^Montana. WhoH..' ^^^*^ *^^^^^^ ^*r thm ^-r,uu^^^^^^** by the Mighty Mm^la Helena. Thr-reis a Rood df^i uf curbstone *oe^ip jut at present. aD^l it will be thick enouitli^to make itrirt crosaiDK* t.y Thursday, t;..- daywt for the n-puuli'-an rttte conven- t:onf^ be held at Anaconda. There ta not^a knot of warrior* but tie* together a half^diu*-n uatrioU who are reads and able to^serve their country. If they hear the leaat^laint wM^p^-r. Thee* un^eitis!i patriots^are bt mt^ t.^oii^-d by etteer. equally aa un-^aelhs^ - ar,.l *b*J a'- all republ.eana. aa can^be told by the lapel buttons which aa-^nounr* tt;^-in as mt-nibera of tne national^republican league. Since the county^convention. ^l'eie the deairea of^.aouie w^f iiratihed by Domination,^for i.rtiee and the hopes of other...

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. — 21 August 1889

5o^oWvtvXvtvc^. Th Independent Is Well Ke, nipped FOB THB PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all Orders tor^Oommtrdt. Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin.Work of All Kino* If BestNewspaper. LARGESTCIRCULATION, Advertisers Obtaintoo Boat Batons for their Money by^Patronlalag the DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL. 30-NO 221 HELENA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21. 1889. FIVECENTS SpoL.,cin Ashes! Everyproperty holder in Hr-lt-na should se*^ that te- is fully in^^sured. Twelve of the very beet companies are represented by^Wallace ^ Thornbuigh. a*** TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Locis Block,^main btrekt REDLETTER SALE. Itis the custom of a gr^at^many Clothing Houses, when^the end of a season comes, to^take all the old chestnuts that^have laid on tlie-ir shelves since^the-daysof the ^bull teams. Jiilethem on a counter and of-^er them at ^great barjraiiis.'^^Now, with us it is different.^At the end of a season our^buyer goes to market and there^buys just exactly the same^goods he bought at the be^iu^nine of the season...

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. — 21 August 1889

THEDAILY IITDCMnrDEXTi HELENA. WEDN'E^DAT MORNIXG. AfGUST 21, 1SS9. fHEINDEPENDENT delena,Mont.. Autf. 21. 1589. p-i:.;nl2 SvaaT Moaar* Ixcmrr ^o^wi UtFOUIMTPDB. CO- FCHLISH^K^. BBUAJ^'AV. TXftX*Of SCBSCRIPTIOS-^jut SabeeHber.. ^^t e*rrfcw. per ^k^^te CLAHKtWW- TMiwoePCNDtNT ^a* ^ mm* a*^^ awwa*A anih^n mm mmmmmm ^^*tw**n ^ p^ul eor.leo*sno s 1^rfW Circulation ln^n **^^^taw toe oatl^ e*^*r^ puOilahad m Montana. inaano^r*** roam aacrata. IU aubacrlptlot.^^ookaara open to napact.on. ana It M aiwar* eeavtoarc., -nat ita circulation la aa ^-eore. IMB tntaradat tna Poatofrtca at ^Mien* aa eeecvs-^^ laaa ^natter COMJt.N-H'KAII-WAi TIME TAHl.fc.^Mootaua lentral. DIFaKT. BlPaul, Atlantic*!., Bt M end east . ^.1 V, a. m.^Mi i.tana. hatinc el , Bstie and at^utb *^^*^ V- m^He -ne and ilutte tri . Butt* and auau H:S a m wSSSSm 1UIVI St.Paal, Atlantic ex , Butu- and euatb.il :A a. n.^MuLltna, i'arlac ex., ^t real and east. S.ti p. ^^H^i-i.aenil Butt* ex . bau* and *ouUi ^:*| 4:1 o. D^7 JU am Mar...

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. — 21 August 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, VEPVESDAY MOKXIXG. AUGUST 21, 1889. F-mot amt:m -. fx vt Vl^KS^ .'.'/ITIOV hExplosives.^REET. .ittleDogs! weekto give^CDIGREE IS willregister^1 Gazette free.^L at Pope ^^Co.'s, or from lY,and help IBEHE2 Lemarket. SAMITEOWDER^T POWDER tit* p-'^:iiin|Mani ^^^ Mlw*Y4. rAKECXX 3NV. VA en^ Lambert^iorandums, Pic-^Carriages and 0L,TALLOW ECIAT.TY. IXNEAPOUS.ar \'naw for i ir^-ul^rs innints Solicited.^^Tftlt Smelters^iddtr. niiWorks at Northern ntrTT | ^ ^-^rt R1ET0RS. 'dtr^^ 1 ^ ri it ^ BYFRAUD AND FORGERY. MPOSING ON MR. POWDERLY. TheEndorsement by Knight* ot Labor^of Thomat F-urlong Said to^Have Been Forged. AWashington special under date of^Autuit 14th, to the N^w York Word aaya^The reader* of the World hav^- already^been Informed that Kuaaell Harrison had^aet Ms heart upon securing the position of^chief of the secret service for Thomas Fur-^^ong, the celebrated detective ^ ho has done^special service for young Harrison, for^the Indiana republicans and fo...

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. — 21 August 1889

SALVATION FREE. TheArmy Can Still P^rad^ the^Streets and Make All the Music^They Can. Thedty Ordinance Prohibiting I hem^From Parading Without Permit^Declared Invalid. Jo4b.Bl.k. ^^^^^^ Th- ,h* atd^rmeo^The^ P*ss^l It. Tnearuij^its drum*, 1W salvation Arm)- ii^ frs-e.^can now blow its horns, band^.bout ^u ihouU. ratUe iu tambounnea ^u It can sound lU loud^of mud, on Main mpits songs,^t *^t*M*i over the ^^-*^l,.,l r - yrli MM b.-^- *^ tte city baa^exceeded iu authority in pa^sinB an ordl^nan. -incontlirt witb tbe constitution of^,Uel mted KM Tbe army in Helen..^..,,..,i.0f^ N*^to K^-te, two female^, adets end twelve big, lusty private sui-^Tbeir custom is to parade Ma.o diers. streetevery^Sunday. Sua**^lodged *K*.:.^T I-^of tne citj eaway^was pawl prob. notartel^re-icl, u^^atrumcuts c^^u.rm ff^ '^court I.^r rtl^retain-d as Mand several times on^,us complaints were^in and at tue last meeting^U (put one an ordinance^iiuug all bodies trom par-^a.Hi music unless oaving^ed a special permi...

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. — 22 August 1889

TktIndepen dent la Well Eejnlpped fob rum PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all (Mm for OomlMTClalPrinting, ShowPrinting, ana FineWork or All Kind* cutout. BestNewspaper. LARGESTCIRCULATION. Advertisers Obtainthe beat Returns for their Money by^PaCronlsl^K the DAILYINDEPENDENT. VOL. 30^NO 222 HEL. UNA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1889. FIVECENTS TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Locis Block,^main strkkt. KEDLETTER SALE. Itis the custom of a great^many Clothing Houses, when^the end of a season comes, to^take all the- old chestnuts that^have laid on their shelves since^the days of the ^bull teams., )ile them on a counter and of-^er them at ^great bargains.^^Now, with us it is different.^At the end of a season our^buyer jroes to market and there^buys just exactly tti^- same^goods he bought ar the begin^^ning of the season for about^one-half the amount he j^aid for^them at that time Our buyer^is now in market and lias^^hipped us per express as bknra^a stock of flannel and percale^shirts and underwea...

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. — 22 August 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPHXDEXT: HELESTA. THTKSDAV MORXIXG. AUGUST 22, 1889. CHEINDEPENDENT -ielena. Mont.,AUK- 22, 1 SS9. Sxcmir^'jB^^t. ISO-I-INI'-*1 PUB. CO.. f% __l3_Kh_. 0Bl_ ATS-* urFiri BBOaJJWAV. !tv OFSCB.-CHtKIO!t.^l^.; vnn Vv^ ix.0 a^^^^ Sett ,j,Mll_-t'Al'Sl- riAHstcotnrrr. r u'Vii A^i .D*D*r oet-een at Paul an_ circulationtr.ee en iontn^n ar.v^^oriiere^ 'erser twoM saars^ ^^ 1 ' |MMa^. -0-^^^ ^ Mil^eerfT tO orO^ it*circulation ^^ aoroo'a- triaei at tr^e Poet^i^^t falter -,mceat a pjoaatMMI^ -ntrwl. asee^. ~-I .ul w^draat.:i:'^ a. m. ^-_idt^^ul-. . 4.-t^^l^B^^li: tte a-d eoal-. ^:6ib 4:Jo t^. m ^ 3u a.m St.Paul, ai;_.^Mobtaca, I'acJr^H^ -..^ ^'^ : ^ ^' _-^^^^^'ex .,_ ' 41. Mt ('^-! AtlM.tK-x.l .l_ eDO^ie. i'*^ '-' rI- '^v ' *^ .^Hel-M. .^'. ; :i *^x- Kiii-i-'-i Maf.-- - ^ N,.rth-.n 1'41'luc, Tarnif^Tt.r I^U aSS, I^VI ^.. . -^Bljillil ^L. __.V 1i.r ^ -.^ll.r ,^L ^ t.i.^Jlarjri hiu-iuiuii aa. till-ve. ri-U^^x lkfo uiu r ri.. a.^. .lai p ^..^7 : ju p. ta. 1.4* ^ Ui andhi.,^.rr ii p m. ...

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. — 22 August 1889

THOSESEAL F SHERIES. THESEIZURES IN BEHRING SEA Capt.Alger Brings Nm$ of the Oper^ations o* the Ruth In the ror-^bidden Waters. TKIHU,B. C, Au^. 21.^This ^fur^coon the r\.t-m.ui-t Oljmpia bri.light from^Fort Townaend Capt. A leer, of the Amtri^can welling schooner Allie L. Aller, a^d^one of hia hunter*, lioth were freab from^Behring aea and brought news of im^portance with them. The captain, who was^interviewed immediately on bia arrival^^aid ^July ^) we were in r^hr,ng sea, mi^nearly as 1 can judge about fifty milea^west of St. Paul, when we s^hted the cut^^ter Kuan steaming up to us on our quarter.^We at once tio^e to. Sxjme minute* after^^wards a boat put off from the Hush and^Lieut. Tuttle boarded her. lie aaked^for my papers, which 1 at once^handed him, and after perusing them^tie proceeded with two men^to search the ship. He did not find any^^thing, however, thongh that's not to say^there waa nothing to find aboard. After^coming up out of the hold, when he bad^finished searchi...

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. — 22 August 1889

THEDAJXiT INDEPKM UKNTl HELEXA. THVRSDAY MOBKTSG. AUGUST 22 1889. WEWAST WATER Opinionsof Taxpayers as to the Best^Methods of Securing an^Adequate Supply. HelenaShould Own Its Plant Some^Think While Other* Think^Otherwise. Tbe Majority Favor Letting a Contract^Wl.l.b ^liall Be for m Short^I'eriud of Tlmi WhetherUif rity -buuld own it* water^supply or depeud upon corporation* is a^m^ ^t^l i^tion. some of our citizens ar*-^in favor of the city ^^ointf in debt to pur^^chase a plant that will supply the city with^a beautiful supply of pure and wholesome^water for succee-iing generation*, wjile^others think the present time inopportune^for the expenditure of so much monej:^however, all a^rr^e that the city should u.^the near future own Its own water sup;.!y.^the opinions of cituen* and taxpayers a*^swurwl by interviews are appended: tK. Wells^The city should own its^water supply, but it is not in a position to^do so at this time. 1 should favor making^^ ^bort o.Dtrari with a responsible ...

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. — 23 August 1889

ARGAINSAT Bros. ofBOO ^ at tli^- fol- xo.;. UsaJaTowels, good sire,^earn, UlUiafrom aoc No.I, largesire Linen Towel^^M RKMCKD FROM 4Uc Mli*. r.-.l N.i;-kin-, fringed^. at orfir per dozen, RKIM^ Kb from $1.00 NO.10.^ren's Aprons at 2.V- each. rkditkdfrom 50c No.U.^ren'ft Apron- at Hoc each, RBDOCIBfrom 75c no.rt. ren'tiApron- at 50c each. KKMCED FROM 11.00 10DAYS uits .00. KLEIN vYork. clothingin now complete, and^riety of style* l*en shown in^' : ur factory in New York, and^lan elsewhere. We also make randof Shirts. Fisk,^Braces and Neckwear,^Peerless Soft Hats,^and Lion orands of ;s. sBuilding, Helena^I WILL BUY: ted,hou^e new, f l.fXO.^^ feet mi. of Broadway,! 1,650.^^^ down. mile* from 1'laeer; 160^1MB 12 rooms; barns and ENT: rick.Math iv.-. -ml Dsvla. V. '^rf Mlt fn.m Helena av.^itrk. Kwiii,', mortem Improvements^^-eliliu:. I'srn ^'-mi^, central.^'^-Ula^, turnl^^ie^i, Lawrence. Steele, IREET. SALE Cattle. .nPABK AVENUE, inMILCH COWS, S. iiA. Co.. Aurora, 111.:^BecntaiJ Holst**i...

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. — 23 August 1889

w 1 firm THEDALLY IXDEPEXDEXlt HELENA. FRIDAY MORXIXG. AUGUST 23, 1889. MEINDEPENDENT -Ift'.piia.Mont., Aug. 23, UN, f^ nr^ Knmr loumBxcarr mobtd^t. ntBip.NDisrpub. to. pubuwhshs.. I*.R*^ OF SUBSCRIPTION^in s-ibstri^rs. by ttitltt, per month... CL-sflgSc pi ATT TMiMOEPCtOENThu ^ lar^*r ^*^^ circuit ion^nan an, ...-^**^^^' o*t^**^ ^ Pmul^Parti*^^^ 'arawr circulation than an S:a*rtwo aaiir P*P*ra pubHae.** I^ Mociana- l-.-onr*^^*^. '^^ b***^^tsja*w B1rT op*^to inaswct'on. an.lt laalways MOTto pro.. ^s.t't* .ircul.tlo* Is **-*'^- diarMat t^^ eostotnc* al I inMitt' CONDKKMKDKA11.WAV TIME TABLE,^M. Central. st.M Atlantic ex, ^i. r*wlsn^a^w*JWsj, m. ^ -i^ Hie' Boll' ci t^ ano aoalua m i;', .7' 4:ni |^ m 2* Mmm - j-mLAtlantic *x , Butt* and south. 11 :^^ a. m^BwawAwa, 1-p.Mc m. raol and MM. M a, m.^ll..i.-i,.*nJ B itlp rx . BuUe ana suulni . m. M*r*.nl* exUI:Ui a. ar^*^ Jie ex .NorthernI'arlBc akjuvb. Tnroughweet-houna Taroagheast t-ouod I ^ ^ Mir*^ .ia ai.^: ilrlensei Ja*r'.i.f ^-*r./er l...

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. — 23 August 1889

THEDALLY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28. 1889. RYOUR DAVIDNAGLE'S CAREER Show ation in the IZES. Cnrior^^, F. S.^ha oHic- of the^floor, room 6. 1IR1Ik .' f idbusily ANGES, Gcihn, ire,G^^- inGoffer iGOO tl IBd bb tv ; m t; IVARECO UARTERS V''K Mowers. .'KLERS, fHOSE I'KSCKIPTION. Packing andFittings hardware, 1Explosives.^3EET. UH N market. AMITEWDER^POWDER lreCO.. ]AT!A therlv, i^ Lambert^raxidums, Pic-^carriages and annery, L,TALLOW IAJLTY. NEAPOLIS,MIJTT efor i irctiiap*. gCo. meutsSolicited,^nt SnMt^rB^dt-r. Worksat Northern^it I I- * ^'o^t t'f-l. 31EL. ETORa. toth^ Territory. A TERROR TO THE BAD MEN TheC'ty Masshsl o* Tombstone, Ar-^izona in the Days When Life^Was of Little Worth. Ia\id Nagle, tbf deputy laihsd Matm^marshal who kiU*-d .Iud^t- Terry 1*st^Wednesday, U a native of this city^says a s^an r^ ran Cisco papt-r, Lavinft. in ad^^dition to being raised her--. alwa\s taken^an active part in democratic politics. In^the iatter part of the 70s he wt-nt to Ari^^...

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. — 23 August 1889

TREEDEMOCRATS. The Meetsand CountyConvention^Transacts the Business It^Has in Hand. Committee.Chosen and Assigned to^Their Respective Duties and^Perform Them Well. ^SaMkal M^tr for County OfBcer^-C'oB^entlun to Meet Again^^^xt Thundij. Thedemocrats of Lewis and Clarke^county met in convention yesterday for the^purpose of E'.minatini^ a ticaret for count)^officers bu^ jhounht it wise to defer nomi^^nations until some future time and Thurs^^day, Aug. 'St at 2 o'clock. Knightacted as chairman and^C. li. Nolan as secretary. The proceedii.gi^were harmonious throughout, showing that^the party has no discordant element In its^ranks The proceedings given in full: Tfie county democratic convention to se^^lect county officers, a legislative ticket and^^ e;.-gates to the state convention met at^Uarmonia hail yesterday pursuant to call^at noon. fc. W. Knight was chosen tempo^^rary chairman and G M- Nolan temporary^secretary. Johnshober moved that a committee of^hve he appointed on credentials a...

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. — 24 August 1889

v* BARGAINSAT Bros. Jotsof poo-s at the fol-^hkduckl from 20c UN\^^. s. x:ralarge ^ize Linen Towel* KKII'C'Ko FROM sue AI N N O. ^j. 'irkeyK-l Napkin*, fringed^^n1er. at COc per dozen KKM( Kb FMNI |1 00 IAINNo. Hi. f.ililren'sAi.rnns at 2!^ each KKDCCSDKKOM 50c IAINNO. li. Iiildreu'sAprona at 3Se each, KKMCBD FROM 76c AIN .NO. 12. fiildrnn'sAprons at .Vie each KEHCKb KKOM #1.00 Renowned IATS! dSilk, WINTERof 890, wOpen at wYork. f^ iothlng is now complete, and^variety of styles t^een shown in^t our factory in New York, and^than elsewhere. We also make brandot Shirts. Fisk,^Braces and Neckwear,^s Peerless Soft jHate,^y and Lion orands ot es. J.sBuilding, Helena i-LESTATE. KMPLAN. r..,n. .i^-i , ^ VvHson avenne,^^ill Ink-, Jiy ^hm, $.^^' a,,wn, $.10 SeamMSas* oa Hobeek street^JJ ^^'^'*,nl '^^^^^^n. thy water, -^ n Filth avrooa. mud-^i-ni,nt^, $ni, ju^Qi balance tu nit Km.rnew Liiuk a, Fifth avenue. MontanaI'nioji depot, which^take in exchange a house of it.iehi ,i drug ntore. Hill r. ...

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. — 24 August 1889

f THEDAILY INDEPENDENTi HELENA. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 24, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT delena,Mont., Aug. 24, 1*89. pciu'bibBVXBT IoUK BXCBTT MoSDaT. INDIPKNDISTPUB. CU^ rCBUSHaKa, TERMSOf SUBSCRIPTION,^atj sasaerlDere, by csrrisr. per won't. ^1 * a. per year CLARKECOCSTT.^TM INOEKNDEMT Ma ^ larger ^^^^ cire^ie ,0 then BWS ^ew^B^per bMMn ^^ Pa^i^^ or, an* .-.a . iar^er circulation then set^stD^r two oallr papers ^^^^^^^* ^ ^ontena. Itwo no preee roem secrets. Ita euMcriptlon^Bx^u are open to mapection, ano II la always aedttsprove that H airculetion la aa repre- Cnteredat t^a f oatomca i^aiaaa matter eeconev COOTam KAII W AV TIMK TABLt MoDtMimCentral. ajajajaejBj BtrW, Atiatiticei., St I-aul esdeeet.ll:^ a. m.^Mm (liiL Mk ex . Butte e*^1 ^ouUl *:^^ m Maijevlll.ei ; SterjeMlieeX M.Haul, Atlantic-x . Butte ^^^^ ^oaU' 11[ * ^^ ^^M..iitn^ t-e.iflcri..et.r-eal and east. 4.45 p. m.^Uefeaeead butte ax . But* and eoutb fc:* P m M- ^^ ex Bar)^ I ill* ax ortli*mIWewBw.^iUl'X ' lu:ioa. m.^r^:*u p.m...

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. — 24 August 1889

r THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 24, 1S89. aYOUR Show bHemtioain the IZES. Ciinor's, F. S.^office of the^floor, room tf. CURTl /- ildin K E L1I8, joodt,Lilt Pumps,^irpent6r^' Uttfe ACORN DncnriMi 6:Packing milFittings iardware, Explosives.EET. JHN market. IMITEiVDER^POWDER MM!ng*n.sal a. it RECO. :herlv, Lambert^indums, Pic-^arriages and annery* LTALLOW IA3LTY. EAPOLIS.mtjtt of^r ^ ire-ulars. igCo. IE. u**nt8Solicited^nt Smelters ,er. Worksat .Vortbarn l.lflKW'oat )TEL. TORS. h tff Territory. tlie~~ R TAKINGOUT THE KINKS. JOYAMONG THE COLORED GIRL8 Mrs.Elliott Among the African Beau^^ties of Louisville With a Magic^Mixture. Miaatiliott. of Cincinnati, baa just ap^pear^-d In thta city, aa;s a Louiaville di^-^patcb, with a peculiar composition that will^create a far itmw-r *-mation among the^colored people than the Brown-swquard^elixir of life has among the old bald^beads, hbe hac the stuff which she claims^never fails to draw the kinks out of a ne^^gro's hair....

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. — 24 August 1889

V POLICEAND FIRES ABold East Helena Burglar Cleyerly^Caught and the Swag^Recovered. AnUnsuccessful Attempt by i^Burglar to Ply His^Vocation. Crack Flm Vetera*j-Tb*Trlrfnph^and OH Bouh Burned^at tur IXpot. Aclever capture of an Last Helena^burglar wa^ made yest*rda^ morning. Tl.^-^burglar refusal to give bis nam*-, but he is^known to be Cliariea Maguir*-. aaJ wan at^one time a member of tbe Marysville base^^ball club. At an early nour yesterday^morning be entered a room occupied by^John W. Buchanan and J. H. /^-nger and^relieved them of three silver watcher, a^gold chain and *4u in money. The men^discovered ihetr loss, .juickly dresaeii,^mounted horses and start. d in pursuit ot^ihe thief, believing he was on his way to^Helena. They judged rightly, and over^^took their mai^ about half way and^drawing revolvers on him held him^up and recovered the stolen articles. Thry^tlirn escorted him to the city, making huu^foot it. All went well until they were in^the vicinity ot the Cential scho...

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