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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 28 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 28'1889. THECITY COUNCIL ARegular Meeting Held, at Which^the Water Question is Again^Under Discussion. Petition from Taxpayer* Recom^mending That the City Make^a Ten-Year Contract. aCos Hon Hill* Allowed. andMinor Matter* Had I ud.r^l'on^ldc rat lorn. Theythere-^attention be Are^^!ar meeting ol the city council^waa held last night. Present: Mayor^Fuller. Clerk BotklD. Aldermen Loeb,^Dunn. Thieme, Washburne, Spencer,^Ai en. Brown, Richards, Donnelly and^Llsaner. City Marshal Hard and Engineer^Miller were also present. The mnutew ot^the last two meetings were read and ap^^proved. EngineerMiller submitted a report on^the matter of the survey of Dr. Leiser's^lot and recommended the alley to be^opened on to Seventh avenue. Inthe matter of the breakage of the^water pipe in f ron^ of Ed/erton and Childs'^residences and who claimed damages, the^street and alley committee reported they^thoroughly investigated the matter and^learned that...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 28 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A, WEDNESDAY HORNING, AUGUST 28,1889. READAND GROW WISE. HEEDAND QFT RICH WALLACE^ THORNBURGH, RealEstate, Mortgage Loans and Insurance, Tothe Rich Who Wish to Become Richer,and to the Frugal, Who, By Ecoomy, Have Saved Small Sums of Moneythat They Wish to Increase, We Respectfully Submit the Following ONEOF HELENA'S MOST PROMINENT AND INFLUENTIAL citizensplaced in our hands for investment in March, 1888. $2,500.^We purchased with this monev lots in the Grand Avenue Addition,^and a statement rendered August 1,1889. shows a net profit of $5,000. ARAILROAD ENGINEER gave us in May last $400 to invest in^Helena Realty. We purchased four lots in the Flower Garden Addi^^tion. These lots were all sold by August 1, and the net profit to the^investor was $335. ABOOK-KEEPER invested through us $250 in two lots north of^the railroads. This purchase was made in April last. The lots were^sold through us in July. Net profit, $165. WEBUILT A DWELLING on the East Side fo...

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. — 28 August 1889

tr*etcar* , a*^Pian, Ko^jmie 60c^per dev. Bpcts^^p both hous JOHN'SWOPHOLE. Howthe Chinese Manage to Land at SanFrancisco Despite the Ex- elusionAct privateparte, and nothing elae. Every^boa is warranted. Sold by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of price, 08 centt^and SI per box. Sold by R. b. Hale dt Co.,^I: plena. HOMETESTIMONY THEDAILY INDEPENDENTS HELENA. TTEDNESDAY MORXIXG. AUGUST 28,1889. GOEAST via.thb NorthernPacific IF SmuggledThrough the Courts Very^Rapidly By the Habeas^Corpus Route. Over^ m . drel i :^^^-.- Luited^ontha, the Oaly Bond^Lawyer'* siaaatar*. laa Few banFrancisco Chronicle: The Chinese^are coming again in large numbers, and^no sufficient lv-gal action is being takfn to^prevent thrm from taking- up their resi^dence in this country. The writ* of ta^beas c wpus, by which the Chinese passe--^aers are permitted to land here, are appar^^ently worthless, and the ^coolie*^ are in a^poaiti ^n to wink at the law without the use^of any large sum of money. Chinese ha...

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. — 28 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 281889. [OUTA FLAW. CoarludedFrom rlret P^|^- lnatedfor c^iet Justice Stephen De Wolfe.^Of Butte, wtiom tie eulogized as a judge of^ripe experience on the bench, a scholar and^a man of unsullied integrity. He was no^yearling In the judicial race, hut true and^trieu. Hi* election to the chief justiceship^would he a guarantee of an bontst admin^^istration. There were a number of seconds,^when the nomination was made bj accla^^ma'i ^n. Judge De Wo.f. was called to the^pla- .rm and made his acknowledgment as^follows: ^M'.President and Delegates of the^Detuoeratic Convention: If 1 am the per^^son who has been really placed in nomina^^tion here for the office of chief justice of^Montana, a mistake has been made in the^use of the letter 'A' in my name. The^president of the United --rates made the^tame mistake in sending my name to the^senate when he nominated me, and it is no^wonder that a democratic convention^follows in the footstep...

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. — 29 August 1889

attractive. he-Idin tlie tpmftn 1889. FIVECENTS MAKEIT A POINT DURINGYOUR VISIT TO THEFAIR Tocall and see the latest styles and finest line^of BOOTS and SHOES in the West at J.P.WOOLMAN^ CO.'S Nextto First National Bank. THEVETERANS. TheAnnual Gathering: of the Old^Soldiers at Milwaukee a Pro^^nounced Success. StatisticsShowing How the Order^Has Grown in the Past Year^^ Its Charities. utiHobwk street^atlon, city ^swr. -i^:h avenue, moa-^n, balance u^ smM Fifthavenue. ndepot, which^ige a hour*1 of furnished,mooeta \uiora.111.;^ry Uolsteia- WalterA. Wood's New Steel Binders and Enclosed^Gear Mowars, Hawkeye Hay Loaders, Commodore Hay^Unloaders and Stackers, Farm and Quartz Wagons,^Buggies, Harness, Etc. Mining Machinery and Sup^^plies of Every Description. Se-ndlor Circulars and Price List. SPECIAL! THISIS NO CHESTNUT! ForReal Bargains in BOOTSand SHOES, COTO JOHNR. DREW'S. Oldand Reliable Boot and Shoe House, Opposite the Cosmo-^politan H ^tel. Sign of the Big Boot on House Top. Mont...

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. — 29 August 1889

J THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THUB8DAY MORNING. AUGUST 29,1889. BYACHANCEBLOW JackDempsey Knocked Out by La^Blanche After He Had His^Man Whipped. AQtme Fight in Which the Marine^Proved He can Stand Much^Pur iihmtnl. rUbtside and through the right shoulder^blade, yellowness of the skin and eyeballs. furredtongue, siur breath, sick headache,^above all, irregularity of the bowel*. The^merer you extend to tbe afflicted organ is^wisely abown by a prompt course of medi^ca ion with Hostetter's stomach Bitten,^most genial of alteratives, and the hepatic^gland early reciprocates the deserved at^^tention by resuming its secretive functions^actively and regularly. Among the ac^^companying geod results are renewed di^^gestion, freeoom from headaches and a re^^sumption ^ f activity ot tbe bowels. All^bilious symptoms disappear, and appetite^and sleep improve. Beneficent are tbe ef^^fects of the Bitters in malarial disease,^kidney disorder, rheumatic ailments and^nervousness. ITconquers PAZN. N...

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. — 29 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. XHUBSDAY MOUNING. AUGUST 29,1880. OnePrice SE. oods. dselling at^any price.^1 fall into^ou will be^lment that^ng daily, a RAPS. Wraps! .Especial^k. Outside^ion centers SquareDealing. HARRISTHE CLOTHIER. St.Louis Block^Main Street. TheLast Sacrifice Sale OIB1THE S ESSOIN^. WVhave mad*- a sensation this season, such as has never been seen in the Clothing Trade of^H-l^na. Our aim is to mak^ a reputation lasting and strong as Gibraltar's Rock^a reputation^for selling goods, a reputation for selling goods at small profits. At this particular time our aim^is to sell as much as we can and to lose a* little as possible, for on whatever we sell we make a^losing. We hold the first loss is the be*t loss, and when we have a stock of goods and wish to^dispose of them, we cut them down to a point where values are slaughtered and profit* unknown. weoffer this week : 50Suits, Worth $10.00, --Now $5.00. 100 M 14 15.00, --M 7.50. 200 kk M 20.00,-M 10.00. Rememberthis is ...

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. — 29 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. THURSDAY MOBNIXQ. AUGUST 29,188a IIS THEJSfl, dependent! sv^2 shouldat^does wish to leastbe polite,^draw the color Helena,Mont.. Aug. 29, l*S9. PtraijsiBDBvsrt Iouim aicrnrr MonuT :noepndbnt pub. co^ publishxhs. OBUCATiUMOPFK.^. bkoa:ay TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. 8ovcrth^r^, by earrW. pet Booth$'. 07M^U p^r jhit 00 OnTrains, to n^^^l^^r^ u^ vn stand..... S e*a^WasAiv. par jmiat ao line. i^ Thk Helena Herald, which explained^the omission of a tax reduction plank^from the republican platform the other^day with the statement that none was^needed, no* says that it is ^the only^vital issue of the campaign.' Referring^to the language of the democratic plat^^form it says: ^We do not know of a re^^publican in the land who wants nnnec- perou. and the two New York papers are^: beginning to confess what is perfectly^I true and what they ought to hare told^their readers last fall, that prosperity^! and depression result from many^i other conditions than the highness or^...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 29 August 1889

3.ZlMMER THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THTJTiSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1889.. OLDTDIERSMEET. PioneersHold Their Annual Meeting^and Elect Officers for^the Year. ABanquet to Wind Up the Meeting^at the Hotel Broadwater To-night. Reniarksand Hor Tbeetajur Budd SUtrkhoidm Mm 1^Floe ^^t Down l/pon ^^y^^aas ^ickwik. TheMontana Pioneer association held^its annual meet!ok at tbe court bouse yea^terday and tbe men who came to Montana^,n IHM and before that time cordially^greeted each other and swapped yarns^about early days. There was q lite a large^gathering. The meeting was called to^order at 10 o'clock, President Wilbur F.^Sanders presiding and Cornelius Hedires,^secretary, also present. Tbe mlnita of last^year's meeting were read and apj.roved^and the members got down to business,^dispensing with speeches until to-night,^when after the walnuts and wine tbey^w.ll have a big talk at the Hotel Broad^^water, orders having b-*-n given for a pi^^oneer's banquet to be ready at 7 o'clock. Thefollo...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 29 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPEXDEXT: HELENA. THUK8DAY MOHXING, AUGUST 29,1889. MM THEv ^^ nrZADAND GROW WISE. HEEDAND OFT RICH WALLACE^ THORNBURGH, RealEstate, Mortgage Loans and Insurance, ONE SensatiorHamilt^lanj TheHus| Four Tothe Rich Who Wish to Become Richer,and to the Frugal, Who, By Ecnomy, Have Saved Small Sums of Moneythat They Wish to Increase, We Respectfully Submit the Following: ONEOF HELENA'S MOST PROMINENT AND INFLUENTIAL citizensplaced in our hands for investment in March, 1888, $2,500.^We purchased with this monev lots in the Grand Avenue Addition,^and a statement rendered August 1,1889, shows a net profit of $5,000. ARAILROAD ENGINEER gave us in May last $400 to invest in^Helena Realty. We purchased four lots in the Flower Garden Addi^^tion. These lots were all sold by August 1, and the net profit to the^investor was $335. ABOOK-KEEPER invested through us $250 in two lots north of^che railroads. This purchase was made in April last. The lots were^sold through us in July. Net pro...

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. — 29 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 29.1880. ONEOF THE ELITE Sensational Developments in the^Hamilton Slabbing Affray at At^^lantic City Monday Night. comingto the surface. The life of the^Hamilton! was a continual round of ex^^travagance. Mrs. Hamilton's costumes^were elaborate and varied, and her dia^^mond! the envy of the aea shore. Doyou suffer from scrofula, salt rheum,^or other humor*^ Take Hood's Sarsapa-^rilla. the great blood purifier. 100 dc^one dollar. The Husband One of New York^^Four Hundred, While His Wife^Was Disreputable. u.au.iion a Secret Marriage, an ^^i . .^ r ud - .!^-..^^ ^^ Bm5Md the^Element* In tta* Affair. AtlanticCitt, N. j., Aug. 2H -The^Hamilton tragedy of yesterday is still the^absorbing topic. Hundreds of people^linger about the closed and locked cottage^other hundreds being about the jail where^Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton art confined. Mary^Ann Donnelly, the nurse whom Mrs.^Hamilton slashed, is still lying in a dan^^gerous state. There are...

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. — 29 August 1889

iTHE THEDALLY lN'DKPKXDEXT: HELEXA. THDBSPAY MOIIXIXG. AUGUST 291X89. THETHIRD DAY. WeatherDelightful Track tood and^Excellent Races Witnessed by^the Large Attendance flol/Boi/WinstSeThree-Furlo*.5 Race^with Am Pressing Him Clooe, IdaG-enn Tivrd h. -n of ih. bay 1 L. 1 aM Trot Won^L; WulU. will Col. B^ad^haw ^.^Cloee iiecund. Agreat UQarovt-mtut in the weather, Id.^-creaaed atteDdance, aod generally^pier atmosphere made tbe day more tUan^uauaKy ^^!^. ^yat^. Tho races were callt 1^prciaptly. the twraes saat awav to fairly^^suitable starts, except . n the billing rae-^whc the favorite Black Pilot got the^wore: of the send-a- way by twe or three^lengV-3, and a satisfied lot of people re-^turu^* happily to the city. In tht fourth^race u.. ' seeond heat the jikigee cosimitted^a most agr^ioun error. an^ this decision^created m howling yell of derision and^indigaaWDirum the people in the jrrand^stand anc cbout the ground*. Ttie result^Of the DHL i-eat partially overcame tie an^gry disconte...

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. — 30 August 1889

12 VOL.31.-NO229. HELENA, .lONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST .;^^, 1889 FIVECENTS MAKEIT A POINT DURINGYOUR VISIT TO FAIR THE SHEPABDAGAIN. TheEditor of the Mail and Express^Makes Trouble at a Detroit^Convention. IRACE AMI DIAMOND. u Tocall and see the latest styles and finest line^of BOOTS and SHOES in the West at J.P.WOOLMAN^ CO.'S Nextto First National Bank. TheLoyalty of Ex-Confederates Ques^^tioned and an Investigation^Now in Order. TheI ^wyer^ la session at Chirac* Discuss^^ing the Merit* and Demerit* of^Federal Courts. f MoreRecord Breaking in the Kant^and Association t.aine*. MorrisPark, Aug. 2^ ^ Weather^perb and track in prime condition. Sevenfurlongs^ Hanover won In l^Defaulter second. Climax third. Five-eighthsof a mile^Ballyhoo won in^I l WK. Civil Service second. Pall Mall^third. Oneand one sixteenth of a mile^Joe^i Courtney won in 1:5)5Lotion second,^Burnside third. ^ne mile^Castaway won in 1:41. Forest^King second, Lela May third. Oneand one eighth of a mile^Brother^Da...

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. — 30 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 30 1889. VwtfYEARS AT SEA. TheLong and Perilous Voyage of a^New England Family After^Being Shipwrecked. lilt by One Man and a Boy,^Crew Being These and a^Woman Only. the wen ThouMud Mile* In a Fa^t ^ oekle-^ehsll - The Sail* Made by the^Captain'* Pretty Wife. Elderlybut Coquettish Widow^And^-tbis, Baron. i^ a portrait ot me when 1 was^a girl. Baron^Uh, indeed! And by one^of the old masters. I presume.^Fiiegende^3latter. CustomerNow, how much is it going to^coat to have that prescription put up Druggist Do you wish it prepared by^myself or by my clerk t It will cost $1 If^prepared by me, and 5o cents if prepared^Sy my clerk. CustomerWhat's the difference f Druagist Well, my clerk does not know^x he labels very well^America. Sufferersfrom indigestion, loss of appe^^tite, liver or kidney complaints, rheuma^^tism or neuralgia would do well to give^Ayer's barsaparilia atrial. For all such^disorders no medicine is so effective as this^w...

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. — 30 August 1889

|ndselling at^Lt any price.^j^m fall into^jyou will be^Ihment that^mg daily, a n.Especial^^k. Outside^Lion centers Stripedand^Broadcloth imbor.real Directkrf Congress,^,uit Tracks,^telegraph. umiwith oar^|h the whole bloc*^prices that daft co^ill FIRST HAWW^l of prteM stwawsML IIId the Tenitaiy. THEDAILY INDEPENDENT; HELENA. FRIDAY MORNIXIi, AUGUST 30, 1889. IT'SA GOOD ONE. TheDemocratic County^Puts a First Class^in the Field ConventionTicket Rohrbaugh for Sheriff, Taylor for^Clerk and Recorder, and Ben^Polk for Treasurer LegislativeitomliHi All Men ^ aj^^^blast Carina for the Interest*^of the County. Boole.Braid y and Smith are kept baiy op^^erating all day. showing fine art work of^different claaae*. and making gam plea,^which they give away freely No oor^should miss awing the new Singt-r and the^fine line of work it turn* out It U the^simplest and noil perfect machine in the^market The branch office in Helena is^on the corner of Warren and Breckenndge^streets and F W Boyle it the...

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. — 30 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 301889. ANDGROW WISE. HEEDAND GFT RICH. WALLACE^ THORNBURGH, RealEstate, Mortgage Loans and Insurance, Tothe Rich Who Wish to Become Richer,and to the Frugal, Who, By Ecoomy, Have Saved Small Sums of Moneythat They Wish to Increase, We Respectfully Submit the Following* ONEOF HELENA'S MOST PROMINENT AND INFLUENTIAL citizensplaced in our hands for investment in March. 1888, $2,500.^We purchased with this monev lots in the Grand Avenue Addition,^and a statement rendered August 1,1889, shows a net profit of $5,000. ARAILROAD ENGINEER gave us in May last $400 to invest in^Helena Realty. We purchased four lots in the Flower Garden Addi^^tion. These lots were all sold by August 1, and the net profit to the^investor was $335. ABOOK-KEEPER invested through us $250 in two lots north of^the railroads. This purchase was made in April last. The lots were^sold through us in July. Net profit, $165. WEBUILT A DWELLING on the East Side for a gent...

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. — 30 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FRIDAY MOKNING, AUGUST 30, 1889. OnePrice SquareDealing. HARRISTHE CLOTHIER. St.Louis Block^Main Street. TheLast Sacrifice Sale OITTHUS SEASOH. Wnhave made a sensation this season, such as has nevei been seen in the Clothing Trade of^H^lena. Our aim is to make a reputation lasting and strong as Gibraltar's Rock^a reputation^for selling goods, a reputation for selling goods at small profits. At this particular time our aim^is to sell as much as we can and to lose a^ little as possible, for on whatever we sell we make a^losing. We hold the first loss is the best loss, and when we have a stock of goods and wish to^dispose of them, we cut them down to a point where values are slaughtered and profits unknown. weoffer this week : 50Suits, Worth $10.00, --Now $5.00. 100 M M 15.00,--14 7.50. 200 M ^ 20.00,--M 10.00. Rememberthis is positively the last chance this year to buy a line of nice, desirable patterns^at about half their value. What are not sold this we...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 30 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST MU88 fHEINDEPENDENT rieleua,Mont., Aug. 3o, 1889. VHunBKvxtav Mounii Bzcbtt Monti. hasspent portions of two winters in Chi^^cago' But then that's nothing. The^same organ slanders Martin SUginnis, a^gallant soldier for the anion, and sup^^ports William Mahone. the confederate^repudiator. INJaPaNDBNTPUB co., PUBLIUHXHO. -3-.HJAT.UN orTI'l bko AD WAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. JrtvSabacrtbara, by carrier, uei monthfl * ByWall par rear.Vl.^ 9mTrains, to newsboy* and uti etaadaSeta WMkly,par yawt* 00 OFTJClL p4pxr claricccovirrr OP LB WIS n iNOEPENDENT naa a .artar sail* elrtula-^.^^ than any ^^^^mm' Mtwaan St. Paul and^a^onana ana a (ai-ft-ar circulation than any^^taar two tolly aaeora puOManoO In Montana,^t Naa no oroaa roam secret*, Its subscription^^ ooasare open to inspection and It Is always^^ to prove tnat Its slreulatlon la i Enteredat tne ^oetofflce at Halona sa second- sis OONUtNStll RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MontanaCentral. DBTABT. XPa...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 30 August 1889

CHICAGOROMANCE Geo Dunninffin Prison in Illinois^for Loving the Daughter of^a Millionaire. whenall other ointment* hare failed. It^absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at^aarv, v.U aa a poultice, Rives instant re^^lief. \^t. Kirk's German Pile Ointment la^prepared only for piles and itchirm of tae Snvatepart*, and nothing else. Every^ox is warranted. Sold by dmjjKiata or^sent by mail on receipt of pnee 50 cents^and SI per box. Sold by R. ^S. Hale A Co.,^Helena. HOMETESTIMONY THEDAILY mDEPEyDEXT, HELEN A. FRIDAY MOKXIJTG. AUGUST 30,1880. AnInnocent Young Man Convicted of^Burglary to Get Him Out^of the Way. A filter Who Blarkaaailed a Millionaire^aaad Waa Found Oat by a High^Police Official. Theremarkable case of George Dunning^kai been given authoritative form, la an^interview held in the MM penitentiary,^where Dunning is still confined, he himself^tells the strange story which has been cur^^rent for some time and wnich exhaustive^inquiry in Chicago appears to have con^^firmed in e...

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. — 30 August 1889

(1 TELEDAILY INDKPENDEXT: HELENA. FRIDAY HORNING. AUGUST 301889. Howtl\e People Amused Themselves^YesWdav by Sightseeing^and the Races. PrizesAwarded ^ ^ the Owners of Val^^uable Dogs Who ^nh'b'ted Them^in the Bench thaw. Tli*- I.ml lea Department and Sr Many^i ^ atililul Inlawe Which Caa *.^^^v* ^ i There. Yesterdaywas a great day at the (air^grounds. Money was plentiful and tbe^manner in which it was played at times^indicated that half the people were crazy^The colored brethren were happy for a^while In the trot they were sure for^Georgie Moshier. and bet their all. They^did not bet on the first heat, but bad a^^bunch'^ for the second, which their favor^^ite won in a jog and in good time They^stiil got in on the third beat and owned the^world. But, M they bet on the fourth,^giving odds on Moshier while the horses^were in the paddock being rubbed down^Moshier was the starting favorite in trie^mutual*, while nobody would het against^her in the pools. While the Dorses^were scoring th...

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