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

VOL.31.-NO 100. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 81, 1889, FIVECENTS D. JUSTRECEI JOHN FOSTER fc CO.'S FAMOUSFINE FOOTWEAR. Hotter,Finer and ICON ARTISTIC ThanAny Line Ever Shown in Helena. THE V ERY LATEST Ladieswho wish to examine the complete line will mvivr^prompt and courteous attention. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., Sole Agents, (NEXTTO K1RST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBUKKb AND DBA *Ktf IN ONA CORAL BEEP. Americanand German Men-of-War^Wrecked by a Typhoon in the^Harbor of Apia. LargeNumber of American* Per^^ish and Nearly a Hundred Ger^^mans Drowned. Ithe Merchantmen in lh^^ Harbor 1^* ia urituh ^M|^ ^ aiiiope Aloiu'Kim aping. AgriculturalImplements MININGMACHINERY! Juntreceived, a complete uew stock of DEEREPLOWS AND riorDrills and Broadcast Seeders, STROWBRIDGEBROAD J AST SOWERS, SchuttlerQuartz Wagon Gear and Farm Wagons, THERUSH FORD TUBULARAXLt AND STEEL SKE IN WAGONS, ALL SIZES. Ourline of Fine BuggieH, Carriages, Phavtnne, etc., Ih the largest and meet s...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SOCIAL( HIT-CHAT. Someof the Benefits Which Attend^the Prevalent Fancy fur Ama^^teur Theatricals. Progrettof Preparation for the En*^core Club'* Opera A Musical^Treat in Store. A^*'^* * oik Mi in.i l^ti. lug II i ii %'mr^tMMiMl Mr ii i inn liMNN *^ ^ ^^rrea- jHlllllflll*. *Tb^ world a a th at a, *n^ aw h % ^^WhMi^. ^! and n Uur** da ^lth adore dll Tin*aortal afMM for amateur acting^which awwjw ov^r aW4ff rutnriiutiity at^one time or another, and which im called^bycourteiiy ^ilrAtuatir* entertaiiiiii* !i'^ fur^charity'a aakt*,^ ha^ Km k*mhI hMo M Vial^aa It* had, and M it * whole 1 am aHa^Wi^to think the former predomlnatea. Ofrourae the amateur ata^^e !^ often^miilc the vehicle for ailly women to ^lUpla^^pretty dreMnea and allegedluokn, and forequally vain men to itrut and fume and^fondly harbor the MM that thn alage^la an easy method of admiring fame and^rlrheg. Hut, on the other hand, the very^atudy which in absolutely eaaential before^ar^ man or woman ran...

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 March 1889

HELENA DAILY INDEPENDENT. EVILSOF DIVORCE. Sermonby R^v. F. T. Webb on^the Most Momentous Problem of^the Century. WhileOther Evilsare but Superficial,^Divorce Strikes at the Foun^^dation of Soc^^ ty. lb'N uinl^f r of fr amllle* Veerl) llntkeii I * imNew I mi Tlif KiwrwIiM*** of li.tth .1- l^nrtra^*^l. Thefollowing srrnion, dHlvervd by Kt-v.^F. T. Webb, rector of *L Peter's KptsropAl^church, last Sunday, is published by i{en- a r^ quest: What,thrrefor*. Uod hsth j ^lned loifelbee, 1st^not man pat aaunder.^^t. Malt his a, 1ask the Indulgence of the fongrrKatlon^this wortilng in -i^ akim^ ^ ^t the topic which^this text suggests. The announcement^was made in the daily papers thsl this sub^^ject waa to be treated this morning, in order^that it might not come upon you unawares.^I am convinced that our Lord's positive^inetbixl should be more and more followed^by those who speak in his name; of de^(^faring lighteousueos and dwelling as little^as possible upon evils. Learn to do right^and yo...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT THEINDEPENDENT Helena,IfOaH*, March II, l^Yt fUBUUHBU KvBHf M 1 ^ IHIIV IHBIT M O ft D i 1 INIHI'KNDKNTcub co., 1*1 UI.IhHEKfv PUBLICATIONokpic'b, bkoadwaY TKttH OK NC/IS* ftll'TiON onlh-. JltjKu'Mirrit^m.')/ carrier, p^r ByMali t*r -ir AnTrain-., 11 DfWi^i and rwwi elaada^Waakly, p*r year |1- .^ (b^fttU |3^ii IffM/A/, I'AI'KH^ILAHKK t OVMTT. 09UBWIM 4JT0 THaINDtPtNOtNT I ^ai ^ la-gar dally clrf ula-^tt^n than any nawepapar btlwtfn 81. paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^^thar two dally paper* publiahad in Montana.^(I hat no praee ruam aacrata, itt subscription^^ooki ir^ opan to impaction, and it la always^990$$ to ; prow a thaWUa circulation la aa rapr^.^aantad Cntaradat tha PoetoftU* at Haiana aa eacood-^^ la as mattar HIMill KAMI ( ITY 111 KIT, Y-r MAYOK^JAOOB LOfcB^F^K THKAMI KIH^AMOB H JOHNSON.^FOR Tol.H K MAOIHTKATI^O. P. CONNOLLY.^K^^|( AMiKKMKN RUTWARD^IICOfD WAKH^THIRU WAH1I^fOCKT^ WARD^KIFill WaRH^SIXTH WAKI bivivtiward MARCUSLIRSNEH...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT, DEALSJN DIRT. HelenaProperties Changing: Hands^Increasing in Value and^Evei-y Week. DealersReport a Good Week With^Price* Better Than They Expected^to Realize. iIMftM wuh lo ^'ur^'h^** ,h AjfeaaaM*pniiit-^ hbj Baft a ^^^_** hiWork. Tht*we*'k in r**al estate has bwn devoid^of any particular intercut, but the business^goeaonand Inquire are just aa numer^^ous. ^ me set back has oeeu the advance in^values all around, principally in addition^property. Healers complain that it a lot^is sold at a fair tt*ure, the owner adjoining^runs the value of his property up from^twenty to tilty per cent. Notwithstanding^that a lar_t* number of lots are purchased^fur ptTinauerit improvement, a larger pro^^portion are bought for speculation, and the^principle speculators are eastern m^*n. The^plans for tlte Northern Tacihc bridge are^In the hands of a draughtamau and will be^completed in a few days when work will^beg in Werkhasbeen resumed on the llersh-^field bank building. Thi...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT, ODDSAND ENDS. AYoung Man Ruined by an Album^Because He Didnt Know it^was Loaded Anecdoteof Wm H SewanJ Bravery^of an Ap.-^| Woman Gladstone^Out for a Drive. BUMS I ^, - ^ i i | ^ 11 ^ p 11 of Oflcn-I v^I latMtaSI i|t \\\ Kin.in m do Ihi lion*^M m h t.^mmI . I'lttHtiurifDiMtefc: A ^Urig^roua tliihR^to ^P^ unl^ *H ^^u Kiv*' jour full inind to it^U to ^^xMiiiii'- Um photographic album of a^paWNi yomlorVl know very well when that^(mi-' in at your elbow. Kceeiitlyft young man of rn^ aro/iaint-^aro-f found huioii-Jt at a loan to rarry on a^ronvi-rfHtioii with hiit lioHti-HM, who ia a^young luarrit d MMI, and In- himself ha^l^the daniiK to tak** up a photograph album^and |IMMN to turn Um pair* h. IIIh Iion^lean Hal near enough to ae^* the photo^graph*, and natural!) though ihe math- a^rutiniiiir' oiniiH-nt ujm.h tlit-ni, explaining^who the ptaipaa pu^tur*-d vera. ittin young man had k*-pt hi* mind a-^well aa hm ^\ta rlvtded on tin* ImmiB thl'W^would have bfMMI no t...

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 March 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT STAGEILLUSIONS. TheReality of the Players' Life Vi^^vidly Portrayed for Would-be^Actresses. AComedian Amusing an Audience^While Iwj of His Children Lay^Dead at Home. Aitrluiilf^flU^i^'* ^*uflt*r)ng^ TrleJ* kih! BavtaMpatfsfcbnksninnf r railing ^* York World: Id Hit* luomiuK pa^pf rt^ ^t MM P^*t tew dajtt HMM ba\e Imhti^aiiuouiict'iiu-iits published to ttie t-ltVrt that^Mis^Mtry AndersonMrs. Lantftry tiatlUen coinpi'llt-d, hy order of their ph^-^M('i^*iito tetWstUjM their labors until^their health VMM permit their MM to^to the r^ta*(e. Kor five mouths thest* tal^^ented tad.i'^ haw* been pla^ inn seven times^a week, sick or well, in kikhI ur iu ba^i^spirits, traveling tioiu place to plait*,^sleeping in MtruiiK*' Ueds. eating food indif^fereiill) prepared, drinking; water of uiauy^kinds, and suffer iiik many anuovaiuvs in^rtdenUl to a tour. If they^the sticcesslul^onea-caiiuul .stand the pressure, how about^the lesser ones'.' Toa person seated in the orchestra s...

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. — 31 March 1889

hi:li:xadaily INDEPENDENT. SPIDERAMI FLY. TneBelfast Wonder T*kes^Into His Parlor and SomeFun MurpKyHas A Very Select Sunday Mjrning En. gagem en t With BjI^Spectator* Ml^ ^^*-%^ n Iteniiid* Itnnjrl I^W t It ttm\ lag Hie Hftl id |l, in ^ lal * ^ HeMilt. Few I*in HutSo CffKIOOi Marh e% A TCfM'l feather^weight championship battle for $1,.*^oii and^the Foa belt, with oril^ one hundred spec^^tator* allow d, wan mm attraction which^to nifiil brought together at Mm Polk street^depot iMIt }lMl 0^at MMbff of snort* ami^in-a [ ij ^ r men. BvafJ one ^f mm bun^dred wan full of eager conjecture an to the^outcome of Um event, and friends of MM^contestants wi rr busily engaged in laying^wagers. Before the train Ml MM depot at^If.'JUp in tli** aggregate id wagers on the^reiiu't wan wHI up in MM thousands and in^dlcalioiiM pointed M heavy betting at MM^ring nidi*, lioth Weir and Murphy were^declared by their respective partialis to im*^in the pink of physical roudition, while^rumors of personal ill...

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. — 2 April 1889

Theludepeudeul U Well K^mtpi^e4 rum thb^^prompt execution Ofmil urdars fur^Commmrclml Printing, ShowPrinting, and FineWork of All Kindt TfN313H ailonand iihd VOL.30--NO. 101. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1889 Thmflft DKPBtt DR*f T kMtmi AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8e*ti^o^;ki fhm$ ffcport^, ALarger Circulation than any^other two daily paper* in Montana. ItIt anmxotUtu mm mm AdvertisingMedium. FIVECENTS trKl'iu.1hka I'lN, 1'rMl.mmd ttma. Mtrr. m.d. imiKmTun,^y mmd Trmtt PlilCsaging CO. foosipinfDte^f Or* Sslifitfi ftaiuplemof IMfe siubntltteS to tbt^.uff. '. Lt ftmelters mod the Ore mold to tbt^rdfhmmt Bidder. WHITEPOP TERNS,^city ufllrm tt Merond National Rank. TelephoneVo. Tl. mmrapllDKU'^^rkt tt Northern Pacific tad Mon-^tmnm Central railroad juih Hod Tefteuhoaa TakeMotor Line weet. IMsOiera Haise. JUSTRECEIVED. JOHN FOP^Trt ^ CO.'S FAMOH i lNE FOOTWEAR. rJetter, Finer and More^riian Any Line Ever Shown in Helena. THEVERY LATEST JOHNMAOUIRE, Mmnmmr Underth...

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. — 2 April 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT itlttlft,Mont., April 2, lsby PrausHauKvaar Mohmnu Bicii-t Bokiuy INUIP1MDINTHUB. CO., pubm8hehb. Mi.h\t.hn ornoa, hkmumtai tk/f.vsl^f subscription. ityttartecrl tiers, Hy carrier. Mi month |1 ** Bymm; -par fear^ 00 JnTrains, t new* hoys ^nd ntwi stands. I^aj^* eetly, ^ r year$3 w officialpaper of lewis am* clarkecut'ntt. TheINDEPENDENT has ^ larB^r dally circula^^tion than any nawtpaper batwean ft Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than anr^ataar two daily pspar* pubilahad m Montana,^it hat no press roam tacratB, iti Subscription^loom in opan to inspection, and It is always^'^ady to|prova 4that III circulation It at rpprp.^tantad Entaradat tha Poatornca at Haiene at aacond-^^ leas mattar. Nowthat the election over, Hm^police may direct their alteutimi toward*^the detection of the hotiHe breaker* who^have been carrying on nuntnen* without^w^riouH interference from the ofllcern of^the law. ThkNlang ^! the day require^, aoiue^modltlcation to Ot the cane of Corpo...

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. — 2 April 1889

1 MANYROUNDS, NO RESULT THE WEIR-MURPHY CONTEST EachMan Saves His Record and Gets^Half of the Gate Receipts An-^^ other Draw. Chicago,April i.-Tbe long talked of^fight between the feather wvighta, lie^Weir, otherwise known aa the ^lirltast^Spider,^ and Frank Murphy, of Khk.hu.t.^at Kmitts, lmt , i an account of which was^published eicluslvely in the 1ndkpkni^knt^^ iii,.i.*^ uiorulhti i ended in a most unsatis^factory manner. The refere**, after the^eightieth round, was obliged to declare the^tight off for the day and announced that it^would be finished some time before Tues^^day. It is extremely doubtful, however, It^the men will come together again, certain^^ly not within that time, and another draw^will probably have to go on recoid. Thefight waa a moat peculiar one. For^eightrt-u round* it was as scientific aud^hardly fought a battlvaa ever has been seen;^but the other sixty two rounds, save the^sixty-seventh and sixty eighth, amounted^to absolutely nothing. In not more than^ten ...

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. — 2 April 1889

theymdus up. Republicans,by Smooth Work. Suc^^ceed in Electing a City Ticket,^Barring Two Aldermen. MayorFuller Will Retain His Seat^But Hit Small Majority Aston-^ithet the Natives. LUaly KltMttnit. With a iBMpaatBtV* Hi* t^^,^^tti K iuli .It 11* Itwaa the rcpublirtna' night to howl^last night, and ho^l tluy did, but they^were pardoned becauae It waa men a IfcttJfl^one. The or^an of the party aaid that^nothing lea* than ttuo rt publtcan majority^would natlafy the party, and aa Mr. Kul^it-r'a majorit) it only K6, the g. o. p. of 11 *-l^ena mutit be the MM dUaatinh^*d body tn^eilat^noe. Hut they howled all the MM^The younfc nten of the party did the afcta*^inK^ After the retumt were all in and the^kid-glo\ed element became aware of the^fart that the present mayor waa to t^* the^next mayor, they became aa friaky aa MHJ^in upringtiiht*. and tying their handker^chief* i. ^ of them badly disabled to^their ram s they made a sortie and MttMl^r4 to turn the town up mi iu t^tg* and^butt holes...

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. — 3 April 1889

o\^ VtvtwXvtuj. rhrInd.pcodcol U Well Equipped fOB THI PROMPTEXECUTION^of All Or dan for^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and FlnaWork of All Kindt TkailNDKPBNDBIVTKim the AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8ejltI^o^JaI ^few* f}epott#,^A LiRfiKR CiRcruTiON than any^other two dally papers in Moutana. IIto unaicallad mu AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 102 HELENA,MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1889. FIVECENTS rauu.saaaStJB,^Prasl. and t.eu. Mgr. b.d. iimbhton, Sac^ ud ^ as PnbticSampling: Co. (Wiininifuttiuf Ore Sslifitfi namplnaf lUft M Submitted to tha dlffvreidMurllrra mid tba Ore auld to tba^Mfrti Bidder. WHITEKOR TERMS.^( ity oftVa at Second National Hank. TU*pbona No. 71. SamplingWorka at Northern 1'arJflc and Mod^Una Central railroad Junction. Telaphuna ** TakeMotor Una wait. Ming'sOpera House. JOHNMAQUIRfc, Manager Underthe Auspices of Encore^Club, Wednesdayand Thursday, April3 and 4, Boston Quintette Club. JOHNk. HlloDEH.^Halo Violinist. PAlL MKND^,^\ lollnlet OeOAlH...

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. — 3 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT lelena,Mont., April 3, lbfc^w. t*i'UJHll^ IVIKY m^^knimm ll^ 1pt M^iM^*T INDKI'BNDENTHUB. co., Pl'BLlMlKKh. cjhlicatiom orrici, TERMSOF SVBSCRirTlay H)Maharrthara, by rarrlar, par month$1 9U ByMtl) por pst*^ rt' JqTrain*, to nwwahufa ud new* atamla .. ft ft*^tYsskav, . ^ - yaar$s ^^ OFFICIALI'M I ,t^CLARKE CoVSTT. OF LEWIS AM' ThaINDEPENDENT has * laraar dally clrtula-^lion than any nawapapar bat waa n 81. Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than an*^at**r two dally papars pubiithad in Montana-^it naa no pros* roamaacrata; Its tuhtcriptlon^soofca ara opan to tnapactlon, and It I* aiwayt^raady to Jprova ,that Hi circulation I* a* rapra-^aantsd Entaradat tha Poatofflca at Maiana at aacond-^^)^^^ mattar. Hll.l.Yliilu'H.tht* Mgft niiiiHtrel whn^died yesterday, was tM of UM MWnPH^ei-huphfindfi of Kay Tf*nipl*tmi, the^aotrww. M.H. DbTOUMU, of Sau Francisco,^dined with Prwideiit M u n-^i\ an** day^lMl week. I ^ . ^ v h man %t delicacy, I f ^^^host did not -uiTfcf1 a I...

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. — 3 April 1889

DAVIDMOFFAT'S ORDEAL THE GREAT DENVER ROBBERY ABanker's Narrative of the Boldest^Hold-up on Record^Fifteen Min^^utes With a Desperado. TheDenver News of Saturday devoted a^full pa#re to an account of the rubbery of^David Moffat, president of the First Na^^tional bank of Denver, by an unknown^n.an. The circumstance* have been re^^lated In brief Id the 1m^ki*kni^knt, but^the Story of Mr. Moffat so tar exceeds the^wildest dream of fiction that it is here re^^produced as Mr. Moffat told it to the News^reporter: Aboutnoun to dsy ^ Krlday, March i^a man called at my office at Uio liraude^headquarters in the Cherseman block and^asked Mr. Andrews, my private, secretary,^if i was in. Mr. Andrews told him 1 was^and attked the man to state his business.^He replied he wanted to see me privately^for a moment Mr. Andrew* came into^my room and told me there was a ^entle-^uiau outside who desired to see me pri-^vstely. 1 asked what he looked like and^if he was a beggar or book astruL *lf he^Is a bo...

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. — 3 April 1889

DIEDEN ROUTE. DrParker, of Billings, Dies of Con-^iumpiion in a Norihern Pacific^Pullman Car. HisBody Is Taken Oft Here, But Will^Be Shipped to His Home For^Interment. Tin-lloanl of Mvftli-Ml Kaamlnara Maat (it)i iii.^ (^niMi Hi*- Mmm TliaVol* I or ll^.n^i^. TheNorthern Pacific east-bound pas^^fDSer train, which arrived here at 7:10 last^eveuinn, Dure the remains of Dr. I^ M.^1'arker. of liillintfs. who had died on the^cars near l^riiuiiuoml at S:w. Or. 1'arker^was on his way home to his family. ha\ lag^left .san Francisco a few days ago. During^January he went to California for the^henetit of his health, having for over a year^been waiting away with consumption.^Wdile in ^an Francisco he *ta^ed at the^Muss house. He did not grow any^httttr. and contrary to the de^sire of his phyiiician, it is said,^(leermmed to return to Montana. K\eryhour ot tlie trip he grew worst*^rauidij, and was contined to a bed In the Hie.|M-r. The p^irter ^^t tfie I 'lit I IllKTl whlefl botetM itaiafti into...

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. — 4 April 1889

\ o\aYtVexVvtwflr. Tbfln*^av^udeul la Well K^elpp** roa rum^^PROMPT EXECUTION^Of all ordars fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kindt ThHlNDKPENOKNTbmOm AssociatedPress Dispatches, Bet ^odkl Kewjf ffefoft*,^A Labgkb Cibcuution than an^^other two daily paper* In Montana. ItU anexosuse u aa AdvertisingMedium, vol.30--no. 103 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1889. fivecents swillsSKADIK,^PfMi. and ban. Mtrr. D. glMBBTWHt Amc'yaad Traas U.S. PileSampling Co. CoBiiniBfDU if Ore Soli. ,ui pits ^^f ^arh Jut nubmltted to tba^different Naaeliera aim set Ore sold to tha^blgbatt Bidder. WklTKKOR TERMS.^City offlra at ftoeoud National Rank. TslephoaeNo. 71. SamplingWorks at Norther^^ Pac ific and Mss^^tana Central railroad Junction. Ttdephona *W. TakaMotor Line wast. Mil'sOpera House. JohnMAoume, Manager Underthe Auspices of Encore^Club, Wednesdayand Thursday, April3 and 4, Boston Quintette Club. JOHNK. NIIoDRH,^Solo Vlollnlat. PAULmkndb,^Violinist OS...

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. — 4 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT ieleua,Mont., April 4, .'i-n.tnHi i Kvb^y Moiunn^ iKcan Mondat. indefknibnt PUB CO., PUBLISHERS. UBUCATiONOFPIC*.broad*AY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION. ItyS.iIm* risers. ^^y carrier. \tmr ro-nll,$\ ^ Wall per yaar^ ' .miniii'. i neweSoyi and a*^ws ^Unds ...5cU^Weekly, i*^r year,Jf' OFFICIALPA PER OF LEWIS ANIj^i'l.A RKK COUNTY. TheINOEPE.NDCNT h^t a larger daily clrtula-^lion than any newtpaper between St. Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than any^ether two dally papers published In Montana,^it has no preae roam aacreU, lie subscription^^ookeare open to inspection, and It Is always^read* to .prove .that Its circulation Is at repre^^sented Enteredat the Poetofrlce at Helena as aecond-^^ less matter. HOII. A M. Kit's* Fl H.HT. Toavoid pronwution a* a mmDUouh^p*r*tn BoHlanger has left France. HI*^present plafp^.! *t**W k h^* detlnltWy^known, although the Huppotition Im that^he has found temporary refuge in Bel-^guui, which l- near enough to Krauce to^furniNh him a conv...

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. — 4 April 1889

THENEW ELECTION LAW. FULLTEX f OF THE KENNEDY ACT. 8tatuteUnder Which the Election of^Oct. I Will be Held The^Australian Plan. FollowingId the text of the election law^Introduced by Councilman Kennedy and^adopted by tne last wmimm* SMenibly of^Montana territory. The firm balloting un^^der its provision* will be Oct 1, when a^vote will be taken on the ratification or re^^jection of the state cuiutttuUon, and wheu^^tat** officers and a eongreaauiau are to be^chosen: Anaet to provide for printing and dis^^tributing ballots at tb^* public expense. ^ud^to regulate voting at territorial and iMMff^elections. lieit enact^^d by the legislative a;-- Bib \^of the territory of Montana Section1. All ballots ^ n^t in elections^for public officers within Mm.tana Iexcept^school district officer*) shall be printed and^distributed at public expense a* hereiuaiur^provided. The printing of ballot* and^cards of Instruction for the electors in each^county, and the delivery of the same to^the election off...

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. — 4 April 1889

INQUESTBEGIN. TheCoroner s Jury Seeking for the^Cause of the Railroad Dis^^aster Tuesday Night. TwoWitnesses Examined and a Re^^cess Taken^Engineer Dempiey't^Interesting Story, Umof ii.^ Victims I*artlal1^ It t^ i.^tt^r^ ia iiu k^aeavaaflM Othi-rI nkutiw u. ilfullActl iha Thebodies of the three unfortunate vk-^tlmsof Tuesda^ night's railroad arcidwit^were viewed by liundreds of people yester^^day to the Helena I ndertaktnff company'!^eMablmhiueut on Clow street. That of^Fireman Green im the only one Identified,^but letten fnund on the young man who^wan dealing a ride on the ataaWffaf train^make it probable that hut name ia Jt. 1.^111 nrkey or lllrJWiey. One letter wan^dated Honey (trove, Kananeo, Texas, Aug^25. iHhh, signed by W H. Ilinrkey. and^addressed to his brother. In one place it^said: ^ There is hits of cotton to pick down^here; how is it up your way P It Is^tin poHMble Out he is a married man.^or h*^ a Mater, a* the letter sai-i in out^^place; ^ lell Matt it sh ^ will write...

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