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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 31 August 1889

VOL.31.-NO. 230. HELENA, MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 31, 1889. FIVECEN^S MAKEIT A POINT DURINGYOUR VISIT TO THE FAIR NOSURRENDER. TheCry of the Striking Dockmen at^London, Who are Slowly Gain^^ing Accessions. nes UR- R Hit. 5l* fTeivntlit of atthe Ktest adver.djor rdown, $m l.erkstreet^,lty MM, rno^. taoi^nee to M* ienae. ,ot.whteh^house ot ore. ,ed. a., 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. Manifesto Signed by Thousands^o^ Workers Embracing the Stri^^kers' Final Demands. Inlean (he Dock Company yields the Pros^^pect i- ttiMt Every Laborer in Lon^^don Will Go Out Monday. London,Aug. 80,^ Indications this^morning are not very favorable for an^immediate settlement of the strike. A^meeting of a committee of strikers was^held last night at which action was taken^looking to making the strike general.^A manifesto was issued this morning^solemnly appealing to workers In every^filing in ABOITTH...

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. — 31 August 1889

5VENDETTA. THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1889. AnotherKilling' Added to a Long^List, Growing Out of a Half-^Breed Feud VChief of the Choctaws Shoots His^Brother.in-Law and Then^Surrenders. Itatoryof a Strife in Which the Fir^Life ^u wrlllrrd In ^ I^1^-^pute Over Con. Paris,Tex., special: A killing, one of a^erie* in a bloody vendetta, took place at^Goodland station, twenty-six miles north^of here on the 'Krisoo railway, at noon^yeaterday. The victim waa Will Luther, a^white man, and his slayers were Joe Eve-^ridge, bis two brothers and a negro namtd^Henry Willis. Everidgewent into the depot on business^with his Winchester in his hand. As he^entered Luther attempted to draw his pis-^oL when Kldridc said 1hate to do it. Luther, hut I must.''^and shot him four times, one ball entering^bis victim's heart, another the shoulder,^one the side and the other the groin Themen were brothers-in-law and the^trouble between them originated in Febru^^ary, 1888, when Te...

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. — 31 August 1889

r IRE ods. ellingat^ly price,^fall into willbe^snt that daily,a APS. ips! EspecialOutside^centers Morrow! pedand^oadcloth ioods! ed.The^ma.^aid Art THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: SquareDealing. HARRISTHE CLOTHIER St.Louis Block^Main Street. TheLast Sacrifice Sale o:ftzhzie sze^sozlst. W have mad^- a sensation this season, such as has never been seen in the Clothing Trade of^Helena. 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 as little as possible, for on whatever we sell we make ^^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 profit* unknown. weoffer this week : 50Suits, Worth $10.00, Now$5.00. 100 M M 15.00.--14 7.50. 200 M M 20.00,--M 10.00. Rememberthis is positively the last chance thi...

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. — 31 August 1889

_ IMPENDENT Helena,Mont., Aug. 31, 1889. THEDAILY IXDEPENDKyT; HELENA. SATl* HDAY MORXINO, AUGUST 81,1888 inwhat esteem they hold the m^n who,^for a little party prestige, were willing^^nay, anxious^that the door to the^anion should be closed in the face of^Montana. Tvm*nxDItut Mourn. KxczrrMorDar INOIlNOINT PUB. CO., PCHLIoHKKa. bKOAJJWAY TERMSOr JttjSubecrtbera, by earner. ;wr TMnU^pea- year mTrains, u^ newehor* ud^Wsekly, jhw year svBsrniPTioy. Xh... .: ...^ 00^...^cte ..$ un X-P.-P.B couwrr. orbtms Atib TurnINDEPENDENT hma a larger sally clrculev^lan mm any ntnaiptr Between, at Pay! and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^Stfcer two dally papers pubilanad In Montana,^t naa no praaa room aacrati | IU auoacrtptlon^^oofce ara opan to inapactlon, and It la always^oady to prova *nat Ita alreulatlon la aa rapra. Enteredat the^alas* mattor LiEMlH'RATSOf MONTANA! Themost important election in which^t he people were ever called upon to par-^ticlpate Is but thirty days off. Neversi...

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. — 31 August 1889

DEMOCRATSMEET The OldReliable First Ward Holds^% Rousing Meeting at the^City Hall. P.Connolly Says Words o^ Wis^^dom Which Democrats Should^Heed. ItU Decide* to organize a Club, ml^MMtlDf Will be Held To-night^For That Purpose. Thefirst gun of the county campaign^wm tired in the Klrst ward last night and It^was a dandy. A hundred Hood democrat*^assembled in the city hall, pursuant to call^and it was at once evident that the men^present were vitally interest* d in the eom-^ioft h^tit, which is now actually on, and^wn^j propose rolling up their sleeves and^gojnn to work like they never have before.^The First is the banner democratic ward^of the city and they propose RivinR a ma^^jority for the entire ticket text^October that will leave no doubt as to the^political complexion of the voters of that^ward. C. I*. Connolly was elected chair^^man of the meeting, lie stated that the^object of the meeting was to organiz ^ a^ward committee, of which that ataunci old^worker. J. N. Craig, was un...

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. — 31 August 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY MOKNING, AUGUST SI 1889. READAND GROW WISE- HEEDAND GFT RICH WALLACE^ THORNBURGH, RealEstate, Mortgage Loans and Insurance, Tothe Rich Who Wish to Become Bicher,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 ENG-INEER gave us in May last $400 to invest in^Helena Realty. We purchased four lots in the Flower G-arden 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 ...

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. — 31 August 1889

l street cat* I'M^I PUu, K.xims' ^*^per day. Bpcie^^ both hoc* THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELEN A. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST SI, 1889. BUTFEW ESCAPE. StraogeMaladies, Afflcting* Man and^Beas*, PreTailing- to a Great Ex^^tent in Pennsylvania. E D.pther.a.Typhoid and Internment^Fe^^rs and Other Epidemics, Car-^rymg Off Hundred*. !. m, r. and l)ilr;BH ltrat^ U^^rt^I ke I uutuol Raln.'aald to be Indirectly^Ks.poa.lble fur 'tie Trouble. Tbep^^uliar epidem.c tbat haa visited^the people Hvin^ in aud around the Tillage^of NVwmuutown. Pa., and in general^broughont the northern p^rt of B^rk^^county, lias abated, and bmI of the suffer-^en aiv revote-rin*^. although *ome of them^arr^.-r^rely UL As many as forty five^persons at one time were in a critical con^^dition, being attacked with unexplain^^ed- vomiting, dysentery and kindred die^orders Careful investigation by physi^^cians has acertained the cau*e to be attr;^buted to the unusual and continuous raln^.^which, with but short intermission, have^...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 31 August 1889

THEDAILY IXDEPFADKXT; HELENA. gATUBPAT MORNING. AUGUST 81188a 1AST/miEMADE. FourThousand People Witness the^Excellent Programme of Races^at the Fair Grounds Sunday.Trifle, Black Pilot and Bay^Tom Walk Oft with the Monty. fcun.la)Makeslhe Tbr*e-Els;hta Rf^*rd-^Jierke) Flett Ihro^n-Tu-d^J-i^Card. Thefifth day of the fair dawned bright^and warm, as compared with the other^four days. Although the atmosphere was^fuli ot nmoke and the landscape more or^les-^ obscured, there was no wind to dis^^turb th^ dusty roads and the management^Lad sprinkled the track and thoroughly^dampened the grounds about the grand^stand. There were at least 4,000 people at^the races, and a general air of contented^satisfaction reigned supreme through the^day. There were so many seeking trans^^portation over the Montana Central rail^^road that the 2 p. m. train found standing^room at a premium and some discontent^was expressed by passengers because the^op-n truck was left at the .l-,.ot. Thetrack was rendered ver...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 September 1889

VOL.31.^NO. 231. K A, MONTANA. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1, 1889 LoneHighwayman of Wiscon-^and Michigan in the^Hands of the Law sin MAKEIT A POINT have tj^r man DURING- YOUR VISIT TO | rn. THEFAIR TocaU and see the latest styles and finest line^of BOOTS and SHOES ill the West at J.P.WOOLMAN^ CO.'S Nextto First National Bank. five'cents THEWATER QUESTION. greatel rio rev. ThevVoolstoa Bond Expire* - Thr Coun^^cil Will ^mI To-day. Thebond Riven by MM recently to j The White Plains Handicap Captured bythe Unbeaten Two-Year-Old MONTANAPIONEERS. the PropertyBelonging to Robbed Passen^^gers Identified and a Confes^^sion by the Prisoner. HUtoryof the Crime In W hick One I'romi-^nent Man Was Killed and Another^Wounded. andat the aTE. ilviis.n aven^a,^*^^^ down, $30 Unbar*street^ion, city water thavenoe. rood^hsian.ce w unit Ctiii depot,which^^ a house of WalterA. Wood's New Steel Binders and Enclosed^Gear Mowars, Hawkeye Hay Loaders, Commodore Hay^Unloaders and Stackers, Farm and Quartz Wag...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMISKU 1,1889. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. x^ AnObserver s Reflections Upon Some^of the Weak Points of Mod^^ern Society TheOpening Night at the New Ho^^tel and the Fair Hop the^Season's Events. Pleasant Social Mappenlugi Pant and to^Come ^ Personal and (^^^^^eral Mention. 1came across a little book the other day^which, although it cannot be said to bear^he imprint of any very deep thought, con-^ains many wholesome truths and is suffi-^lently amusing to be very well worth^he perusal It is entitled ^The Bad^Habits of Good Society.^ and reflects upon^hat (rreat class of people whose moneyed^nfluence and not their sociil worth has^been instrumental in placing them on the^somewhat precarious pinnacle of social^fame. The author of this work, if not a^deep thinker, is at least a close observer^and his remarks upon ^Staircase Flirta^^tions, ^Latch Keys,^ ^Hot House Child^ren,^ ^Late Hours,^ ^Gilded Youth,^^^ Adjective* of all Work,^ ^Carnage^Bells.^ an...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MOKNTKG, SEPTEMBER 1,1889. OnePrice SquareDealing. THECLOTHIER. St.Louis Block^Main Street. TheLast Sacrifice Sale OIFTHE SE^SOJSr. Wehave made a sensation this season, such as has never been seen in the Clothing Trade of^H-le-na. Our aim is to makn a reputation lasting and strong a* 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 as little as possible, for on whatever we sell we make a^losing. W^ hold the first loss is the best loss, and when we have a stock of goods and wish to^dispose of them, we cat them down to a point where values are sla^sUtered and profits unknown. weoffer this week : 50Suits, Worth $10.00, --Now $5.00. 100 M M 15.00, --14 7.50. 200 M M 20.00, --^ 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 week...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 September 1889

TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1,18^9. THEiWJEPENDENT Selena,Mont., Sept. I, 1S89. fnuiaisBriar luui^ licm Monui tNDKPBNDKNTPUB. CO., PUBLlBfLKKb. Lrt .. '.i iuH UFPlCa. 6SUADWAV TZR.VS0^ SUBSCRIPTION. jujSabacclMn, by earrlar, pet mooth|1 W BtlUU-pn yeart 0* .saTrain*, 11 avwsooys a^d -lews standsSet* Vastly,per year-^...$^ 00 OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS AND^CLARK* COUNTY TntINDEPENDENT n^^ ^ terser a.nT clreula- lonthen anT neweeeper between St Paul ^nd^Poniene end e l.raw el-culatlon then en^^^Hear too oallt papsr* published In Montane. Inu no prese roam eecret*. its euttecrlptlon^^aoks are open to inspection, and It l^ always eadvto prove tnat Its circulation Is aa repre- aw* Enteredat tne ^o^tomc^ et Helens as second-^tlass matter DEMOCRATSOF MONTANA I^The moat important election in which^t he people were ever called upon to par-^ticipate is but thirty days off. Neveruliice the organization of the^territory has the democracy been so^united or seemingly so i...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1880. J.ZlMMER niaativ^iGold nEvery De^^ar ht for Spot^etition. We ..themuntil THERACES ENDED TheTwelfth Annual Exhibition of^the Fair Association Has a Bril^^liant Wind-up. 8ilver Bow. Blondie, Pomp, Brad-^shiw, KNM Van, Red Bird and^Rol, boly the Winners. rlja ^_^uarter of ^ Million Dollars^Passed Through the Pool Bos^During the Meeting. Thesixth aril last day of the twrntiftn^anniversary of the M. A. M.and If. A.^promUed with the rising of the sun a per^feet day. The sun rose in the smoky at^^mosphere over the Belt range, a great^crimson globe that resembled a gigantic^transparency more than the (iod of Day,^and until after 11 o'clock there was no^breath of air to move the slumber-nir dust^covering the roadways to the track.^As the day advanced gust* of wind^raised sickening clouds of dust. The out^^look at noon was absolutely and utterly^unendurable. To the surprise of everyone^the wind lu led, and died away until a^mere...

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. — 1 September 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HF.r.KN A. sl XDAV MOriXIXti. BBPTB1CBEEB 11889. THE READAND GRQW_W]SE. HEEDAND ftFT 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 investorwas $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 profit, $165. WEBUILT A DWELLING on the E...

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. — 1 September 1889

THEDAILY IXDEI'EXDEXT: HELENA. SI XDAY MORNING. SEPTEMHKI! I. ls^!^. fflSNOBLE LIFE. TheCareer of Henry Shaw, the^Louis Philanthropist, Who^Lived for Others St. AnIndustrious Young; Manhood Fol^^lowed by a Voluntary Retirement^From Active Business. Travel*and How HU Beautiful Oar^arD4 Heratue Public Property^at M - I ^e^th. privateparts, and nothing else. Every^box is warranted, bold by druggists or^sent by mail on receipt of pnw. 60 cents^and SI per box. Sold by R. is. Hale A Co.,^H elena, TheManitoba and Montana Central rail^^ways will sell excursion tickets from St^Paul and Minneapolis to Helena at *4W WO,^on fare, tor the round trip, on the follow^^ing dates: Aug. ^Kh and 20th, Sept. Ukn^and 24th, Oct. Mh. Good thirty days.^.Stopover privilege* will be allowed within^limit of ticket. WaS OfHenry Shaw, the philanthropist who^died at St. Louis the ot.V r day, the St.^Louis Republic says: The life story of^Heory Shaw is one of such peculiar value^in its teachings that it is destine...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 1 September 1889

THEDAILY IN DEPKXDEN T; HELENA. SUNDAY MORXIXG. SEPTEMBER 11889. 3PHIZES. Kak-r K List of Exhibitors Who Were^Lucky as to Have Animals or^Articles for Winners. so Horsesand^Superior Cattlein Their^Others. Which Breed are to Oepartment sad the Man^^^tewutiful Thing* ta tM Yesterdayclosed the fair. The directors^labored bard and long to make it a sueeess,^and it was a success from beginning to^end. There were many features and nut^one but which was attractive. The dog^show took, and its success is ^1u^- to the^labor of Jack Wilson, secretary of the^Kennel club, and frank Sbepley. who had^the dogs in charge. In the ladies depart^^ment, in which there was considerable ri^^valry, Mrs. Porter and Miss Phillips car^^ried off high honors. The premiums^awarded in the various classes follow: CI.A.--HO. 1.^HORSES. C.L^. Hard, superintendent. Judges,^Kobt. Vaughn, Hun Kiver; Mr. Harris,^Kergus county: Mr. Ureekenndge,^City. ThoroughbredsStallion 4 ^^-ars or over^^First premium, 925, Ulen Kim; o...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 September 1889

PU Hp Th*lagepemfteat Is Well En, nipped PROMPT.EXECUTION^Of all Orders for^Oommaectal Printing. BhowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kln^* BestNewspaper. largestcTrCULATION, Advertisers ObUlalb* Bast Baton* for their Honor bJ^I'str.inlxlnr tu* DAILYINDEPENDENT. vol. 30-no. 232. helkna, montana, tuesday morning, september 3, 1889. TheONE-PRICE Clothier, St.Lons Block, MAIN8THKBT REDLETTER SALE. Itis the custom of a great^many Clothing Houses, when^the end of a season comes, to^take all the old oht-stnuts that^have laid on the-ir shelves since^the days of the ^bull teams, J)ilethem on a counter and of-^er them at ^great bargains.^^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 af the Spin^^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 large^a stock of flannel and percale^shirts and underwear as any^other house ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 September 1889

THEDAILY IXDEFEN'DKNTj HELENA. TUESDAY MOBXTSG. SEPTEVB^S S.loba. THEINDEPENDENT aelena,Mont..t, 1889. ruaiMMD^vx^^ IIwm ^ic^rr Mo^mt. UaDgPaKDKNTPUB. CO^ PUBLlbUKa. UHLJOATIOSWin BKOALlaVAY |HUaOF SUBSCRIPTION,^jtr, satoerl'v.rm, Tt carrier, l^r monttsi JBr^L^- s^Vwjri^ art -wwi' 'm**** ^ ^!'^ ^^^aVssklr, ^^^ ^*^^ CLABKCWUBXf. TneINDEPENDENT hu ^ larger dally clecula*^10^ than any eevaoaper oataaaen ^t Paul ana^^ortiand and a lar^er circulation trta* any^^ taar i^o daily ^M^'^ suOHsnad In Moatana.^t Baa ^o preea nam aacrata; ^^ suttee ration^aoouarr open to nsoecton and It ia a ^*^a^aady to ati^a 'sat Its elrcylallcn Is ^^ rasra- Inte-ecat tee eoetofrlee at Ha tar* at ae^onaJ-^aiaaa matter CONUK.N-M Ktll.WAl HUKTAKLt itau a Central. DCPaul, At!^^Montana, Pari^He.tcs^MarysviUe t-i^ataryt'.uie SB iJel-ctand U^^Mar^^ ^^Hi:^^ * Iand east. 11 fli a. m. idauutb. ^:^lu p. m^md eoalo 8:15 a m 4:10 p. m ,7 3u am tvand Mitn.llrA a. m^Pa. i. v.d east. I Mi p, m^tie and awutn. t^::w p. m. : v ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 September 1889

adiff^r^n^! pro tit of andat the 'HEAPESTor adver-^ivinced for JRTIK - COR NGE3 -itltry^-It, Ett., :^5* :e. XI* . li*ii rn jwrit*. j.oavio^k^. |cCo., NTS Str-r-1Mowers^'I HollingB-^I in** Strfl and^less, Bnjrfjiea,^^rs^^ Clothing,^and Whip*. icisi yhaving sub-^da, the same^t^rrua conve-^r^servf the rendersthem^oper time for^^ii they shall^i-utioii therein^i desirable, in^lustrums com .R^v. R. E.^attractions of^and auswer- tc;.,etc. likesha- RS, s,Hair Gallon^arbonated. inyquote, ac- Grocers |herlv, Lambert^.ndums, Pic-^uria^es and annery, ,TALLOW ALTT. IEAPOLIS. OSEOUT price,40c^50c^75c our. |4Broadway. IITEDER^fOWDfcR BLACKAND WHITE WAR. aFlGHT instead of a picnic WildScenes at the Baton Rouge. La.^Depot. during a Battle Be^^tween the Races. NewOuius Sept. 2.^Ye*t*rtUy^moniioK, between 2 and 3 o'clock, an ex^^cursion train loaded with colored people^arrived at Baton llouue, A larne number^of colored people were at lie dfpot waiting^tor it, and aa the tram n^-ared the depot one^of t...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 3 September 1889

rrrfE1^A1LY lyPEPENDEXlt HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 3, 1889. stillon deck. The Democrats Are Neither Dead^Nor Asleep, but Up and^Working. A Routing Meeting Held for the^Purpose of Organizing a City Club. a|... iif^ Made t^y Major Maa-lnals. -.m^Wffl Judgr Mii'iAMll ^^^^^Othrrm. Arousing democratic meeting was held^id Hahn ^ Walter'* rooms in the 0 M^block last night. The meeting was b Id^for tn^- purpose of tormina a city demo^^cratic club, and one wbo imagines the dem^^ocratic party of Montana is dead would not^think so if they bad been with the boys^last nitfht. Very few of those in attend^^ance who went for the purpose of placing^tbeir names on the rolls did not think they^would hear so in^ any good speeches as tt.ey^heard last night, as some of the best in the^party were present and responded in the^best possible manner. Themr-.-ting was called to order by Don^^ald Bradford wbo suggested that C. J'.^Connolly be chosen temporary chairman^and C li- Nolan temporary secretar...

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