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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 5 April 1889

xavraanonana aaaa Thtludepeudeut I* Well K*^^P V+* rOB TBI PROMPTEXECUTION Ofall Order* fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting. and Fin*Work of All Klnda VOL.30--NO. 104 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1889. ThefIN okp1n wkut hM(W AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8e*tI^o^I j(ew^ ^efortfJ,^A i.AU..KU Cibculition than any^other two daily papers in Montana. Itto u mi railed as an AdvertisingMedium. FIVECENTS tlKl I L 1 I SUMS*, I'reejt.wd Kirn, m*r. D. ^IMIBTOM. Sety ead Trese. Publicil|l^ CO. bnugBmitopf (lit Mifitfd. Kampki^ f c^' n 'lot ttubmltted to tbe dlfffiri.tssneltera end tu^ Ore awld to (be^bltftuMt Bidder. WKITKIOK TKRMS.^city office at Second Natlooal Bank. In^ Ho. 71. Sarapi inn Work* at Northers Pacific and Hal^tana t-eratral railroad junction Telseon* 'JOb. Take*Motor Line weet. ling'sOpera House. johnmaquikf Manager AttractionExtraordinary Thura'lay,Friday.^h*t unlay Apr.10,11,12,13 MATINEESATURDAY.^Knkat'..in,-tif ,.f the DletlD^utohed Trejr^lle^o, f [ Su...

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. — 5 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT tielexia,Mont., April I, 1889. INlir^Nl^E^r PUB. CO.. PL'BLIMiKKK. rOBUOATiOlOFFICE, BROADWAY TERMSOF SUBUCRlPTluX MySubscrlbere, by urrtor, per month$1 w HyMail per MM* OU jd^rains, i nswsboye and sews stands^ 6ctt^ffsoeJjr, P^r I ^ OFFICIALPAPER Of LEWIS AND^CLARKE OOWfTt ThaiNDtPENDt N r haa a largar dally clrtula*^Hon than any n^wip^p^r bstwasn St Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^atbar two dally popart publlehod in Montana^it ha* no praea roomaecrsta, iu aubecription^ooohiara open to impaction and it la always^raadv to'tprovo .that Ita circulation la aa roprp- anted Cntaradat tha PaatofAoe at Maiana ai aacond- laaa mattar. HajqBAKU^Th(^Mi. formerly airent ou^the Crow reservation in thin territory,^has been appoints inspector of Indian^agencies. The niajor'h wit!** eiperlenre^io if..* service Hhould render Mai a une-^ful officer, both for the government and^for the ludlauH. Isit poonible that President Harrison^Ih nwrving the CM new mirtHlon for^...

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. — 5 April 1889

BOTHSIDES WILL QUIT. THEHAYTIAN WAR ABOUT OVER Legitime Proposes a Truce which^Seems to Suit the Leader of^the North. NewTome, April 4-Mr. Haustead, of^Haustead A Co., the New York representa^^tives of liypulite, said to-day it was very^probable that peace would soon be declared^Id liaytl. Inloruiation bad reached htm.^he said, by the steamer Clyde that the com-^mlsslou recently appoiuted by Legitimp to^visit II y polite and bring about an end to^hostilities, had seen the leader of the north.^Hypolite expressed himself as well pleased^with the terms submitted by Legitime, and^within a week Hausiead expected Ma^tl^would be at peace. Thesteamer Geo. W. Clyde, which ar^^rived to-day from Cape lla^tien, reports^that she left the United Mate* steamer Ga^^lena In port Match 2V^. The f rated states^steamer Ossippee sailed March :'^^ from^Cape liaytien for (iooalves and Bt Marc^and was expected to return about April 1.^All were well on board of the men m-war. PurserDTholiz. of the steamer K...

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. — 5 April 1889

DUETO NEGLECT. Verdictof the Coroner's Jury in the^Railroad Accident a Censure of^Unknown Employes. Testimony ot Brakeman Humphrey^and the Night Operator at the^Junction. IIrrm^u (irewn, Hit* **enuil One of Lin^taaall) to atal A^^ ltlrulnl Uralli^on tha Rail Thecoroner's inquest on the bodies of^the tnree victims ot Tuesday night s rates^trophe was concluded ^e*terday. Tin^verdict rendered at tribute* the cause ^iJ^th*^ accident to the nej^li^ence of soint- ^^*^Uie crew of freight train No. 15, but doe*^not place the responsibility upon any par^ticular person. Atyesterdey*a session of the Inquest the^most important testimony was * : : :^Ki gtneer C.Morton, of tnt freighttrain, was the first etJtoeX^He resides at iiozeman. At |]'lari-r^he said the conductor instructed the^head hrakeuian to Mag oasseuirer train No.^1!. if necessary. Kraefmig the junction he^hacked onto the Y, and while doing th ^^noticed two men at lite switch, hut didn't^know them, lit- looked at ins watch and^remark...

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. — 6 April 1889

Thmlndep^u*^ni la Well KawlPT** roa rum PROMPTEXECUTION^Of all ordutt fur CommercialPrinting. ShowPrinting, ^^d FineWork of All Kindt Th|l*DKB*K^DICNT hutkt AssociatedPress Dispatches, 8ea*tI^ockl Kew* ff epofta\ ALabor* CmcuuTioN than any^other two dally papers In Montaua. UU UD*XO*u*tl ^^ U AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 105 H^NA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL (^, 1889. r*,.,^^^^^^___^_____^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^__^^_______ FIVECENTS |'r**t.and M*r. 1 D. SIWiaTOM, ttac7 aad Treat. U.S ('tinsiirumrnUif Orr SolintfJ. Kanaplr*^^f c*rh .lot Submitted to the mWmHnnarltera aud Hi- Or^ aold to tha^^^^^ Bidder. WKII K KOK TKHMS.^city nfflca at Kerond National Hank, TelephoneWo. 71. NampllntiWorke at Northera 1'ariBr and Mon^^tana Central railroad Junrtlon TelapLuoa *te TakaV 1 r Line weal. Mini'sOpera JOHN MAQUiHt. Managar AttractionExtraordinary ! April12,13 Wedn*flilA)- Tbum'lav, Prldav, Saturday, MATINEESATURDAY. Bnnament of the Dletloyutined Tragi dlan, [ Hopportel by an Ex...

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. — 6 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., April C, 188W amrnMvrpub oo^ ppw ww JBL1CATIONUfflOM, ^ BROADWAY TERMSq# SUBSCRIPTION. MySabscrt'*^, *^y earrtar. par month |1 JJ H Mall-par ysaf^^^^^ ^ ,BJ juTrsina, to nawahntra mil newt iteani ^T ,^VmUt, \^t yaarP OFFICIALPAPER^CLARKE COUNTT. OfLEWIS AM' ThaINDEPCNOEN T MM a i^r(^r OaMy circula^^tion than any nawaoapar batwaan at Paut and^Porltand and a largar circulation than any^sthar two daily papara publlihad In Montana.^^t haa no praaa roam aatrats, ita auhacriptlon^aookaara opan to Inapaction, and it la aiwaya^'aady to iprova .thai ita circulation la aa rapra-^^antad Entaradat tha Poatofftca at Maiana aa sacond-^^ laaa mattar. Bon.am.Kft1h a manter of the art of^war by prm-laruation. Hi stewflsti^niauifpHtoes are a* harm lew as hi-*^Hword. KkoMout of the Miioke and f^^K N^Hutte there MM the rumor that Qtftt^OtatrtM barren hat Mh weather eye^trained spun the jruhernatorial office,^and that he will he sttsN from In that^connectiou .luring thn appr...

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. — 6 April 1889

THEBEAR PAW PLACERS. SOME RICH FINDS REPORTED. MinersMaking Eight and Ten Dollars^a Day- No Unusual Rush to the^Diggings. HMNHM Yesterday the Kiver Press^reporter received a dispatch from a party^at Chinook, the new town on Milk river,^givinK news ot the discovery of rich placer^dtKKintf* in the I w Paw luouutalns, s^group of mountains forty five or titty miles^u or tin* a ft of Kurt I teuton. The dispatch^stated that psrtifs had just arrived from^there, having in their possession^large iiuantitles of gold dust, which^they had taken from placer dig.^gings recently discovered by them. They^sold some of it to Thomas O llsnlon, the^well known merchant at Kort IMknap, and^had purchased supplies and returned to^their Dud. Mr. Msgtnnis, Immlgratitm^agent oi the Hi Paul, Minneapolis \ Mani^^toba railway, having arrived In the city^iaat evening, direct from Chinook, a Kiver^I'resi reporter asked the gentleman if^there was any foundation In fact for the^story. 41Yes,^ said Mr. Maginnis, ^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. — 6 April 1889

THELOCAL GRIST. NewEngenders Have a Pleasant Hop^at Encore Hall and Enjoy^Themselves. A Furious Wind and Sand Storm^Rages During tha Day to the In^^convenience of Many. MiO1 IU**rip4^rt l.f^M** a Hum ami ^ ^y t ilU b) I lr^ 1 itt* ri .in,k I'lt kupK loths t'lty. TheNew England laaftlsf irav*- a moat^enjoyable dance at Kncor** hall last night^which wan well attended. It was denmn-^ntratedthat the New Knglanders are not^an averse to a frolic a^ traditions would^ha\e us believe. It wan an old fashioned^apple bee with a few frills ou just to suit^the exigencies of the occasion. It wan an^informal gsthering. All present were ar^quainted with earh other, and the stuT for^mality observed on state occasions wan ^lia^penned with. Not that there was trespass^ing on the hounds of decorum, hut just the^ahandon which all good people etijo^^when free from the cares of business and^of home. The music was furnished by^Yaeger's orehentra and wan excellent^NUnble feet kept time to the merry strauiH^u...

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. — 9 April 1889

TUelu^1ap^u*1e^l U W ell K^alpre* pea rum^^PROMPT EXECUTION ofail orders fur^Oommefdil Printing, howPrinting, ind Fin*Work of All Kindt freepublic library; helena, Mtltm VOL 30--NO. 107 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1889. TfcHIVTMPBNDBNThmm tba Associated[Press Dispatches, 8ejftI^odkI Jfevffi ffeport*-,^A Labgkb Cihculation than any^other two dally pap*^ In Montana. Itto anaxcallad m an AdvertisingMedium. FIVECENTS PHtiu ^ MAMi^Pr^wt. ftfi't Gen. M-t i^, SDflBBTON, oorj ud Treaa PublicSik Co. foDMmrnte if Ore Stlifitei ftampleati feMfe .lot ftubmltted to tba differentKmellers and ths Ore sold to tb^^blgbast Hldder. WHITEFOR TERMS.^ORf offlc^ at Kefoud ^allonal Kauk. t*i** phone No 71. samplingWorks at Northern I'aclftr and Mon^^tana Central railroad junction Telephone * TakaMil Una west. JOHNMAQUIRC, Manager AttractionExtraordinary ! seApr.1,11,12,13 MATINEESATURDAY.^Kntiattamfnt of tbe Distinguished Trsir* dlan, FREDERICKWARDE Huppurtedbv an Excellent Company...

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. — 9 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT rielena,Mont., April 9, lbbW k; ^Hill KviKT MOU1M Bl.bit MoMIIAT LNDTKNDKrJT PUB. co., PI BUriHKKto. VBLlCATlONOfPiri, BROADWAY TEHMS VF SUBSCRIPTION .ItyMmBKM hy carrier, mi month |l Byvvi : m jrwt ^l jiTrains, l ^ n*wet^uye an6 n^^wa elaaila . ' ^*^Anakly, p^ir yrv.$* ^' OFFICIALPAVER 09 LEWIS AM^^CLARKE Vol'STY. tha INOEPENOCN i hat ^ tarter daily emula^^tion than any newipaper batwaen It. Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^athar two daily pepera publlahad in Montana.^i| hci no praai roam aacrata, ita auhacrlptlon^eooke ara opan to inapaction, and it la alwaya^-aad* to (prova jthal its circulation la aa rapre-^tented Cntaradat tha Poeiorrlce at Haiana aa ascond-^^laaa matter. Tiltiti ill KLBCT ion TheeltTtion at HuU*^ yr^Ht*T^lay wan^the i.r-t tent of party ^tmigtr^ that han^takeu place iu Montana wince Novemh**r.^The repuhliraiit* put forward for mayor^a man whom tltey connMereit thnir^HtrongeHt repreeHiitative, (ieii. Charlew S.^Warren, and a har...

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. — 9 April 1889

KILLINGOF BILL MORAN. ton* ill be given without the necessity for^a rmiuric to eviction. President Iloyu-^ton, of the settler*' union, disclaims ill re-^iponitbllity for acts of violence toward the^e^ fetors' and says they are the work of Lndl-^TWELVfc BULLbTS IN HIS BODY. viduaU, driven to desperation by wrong. Desperateand Fatal Fight Between^West Virginia Outlaws ard Three^Detectives. HATFIKLDCONFESSES. Pittkbi'Hu,April 8 -Advices from^Brsluwell, W. Va., tell of thekillingof Bill^M ^rao, an outlaw who has been terrorizing^Brain well county, Va., for years pasl. Two^weeks ago he raided the railroad^a-ation or Kates Mills, ana the^railroad people determined to put^an end to his outlawry. Detective^Bald win swore out a wairant for Moran.^and accompanied by infectives Wallace^and Koblnson, located their man in a bouse^in Tazwell county, Va. Early in the^morning they went to the house, sud Bald^^win at once sprang into the room. Seeing^a man he supposed to be Moran. In bed, he^called ...

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. — 9 April 1889

IfI MESS IS FREE. GovernorLeslie Issues a Full and^Unconditional Pardon to the^Slayer of O'Brien. ThePetition for Release Signed by^Some of the Most Prominent^Men in the Territory. A Short !.^^^^ or th* I uhidin. \\ ^^ BasMlaasi -^^ Hrnl to I'rleon. GovernorLeall* yesterday issuwi an un^^conditional pardon to William H Hur^s,^who was sentenced to thlrt^*rn years im^prisonmenttn the penitentiary IS^ SSSVASff^In the second degree. liurtfess wan sen^^tenced from KerRui county at the May^termof the court in IW for the killing of^Dennis M u'Urlen. The case attracted a^great deal of attention, and ever sime Hur-^(jeaa* incarceration efforts have been made^to have him pardoned, (iovemor Leslie in^setting forth his reasons for psjSjSJSJ the^pardon says: Applicationhas been made to tlie^ciecutive for his unconditional and isftsaa^diate pardon, and in sup|H^rt tlsSffaol pell^tlons atid letter* couched in strong lan^^guage, signed hy a multitude of g^^od peo^^ple of the territory and especiall...

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. — 10 April 1889

Thfla^Us^n^Psni la Well Ksjwlprew roM TBS PROMPTEXECUTION^Of ill urdsre fur^Commarclal Printing, ShowPrinting, FtneWork of All Kinds it turn ThefllNDKPBNDBIlTKMtk Associated(Press Dispatches, BefitI|tA| J^cw^ fjcport^,^A LifttitR Circulation than any^other two daily paper* in Montana. Itla UBOIOtlUd M an Advertisin Medium. VOL.30--NO. 108 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1889 FIVECENTS PHI : 1-1 ^ BHAI.en, Preat.and t-en. slier. B ii. BIMlSaTON, .ud Traaa U.S PublicSamplma Co. (unsiiriimrubof Ore Selifitfd. earnplea of aatli lot Submitted to tba^^ in. -.-it Naweltcraj koq tbs Ore sold tu tba^blgbaat Kidder. WHITEKOk 1 BMI^^OHJ offlro at k^ri^Dd National Rank. Telcpbona5*0 71. SaniplhuWorks at Nortbsrs l**clflc and Moo^tana Central railroad Juncuoa. Ttdapbone Tak*Motor line wwt, lisOpera House. JOHNMAOUIRE, W^,1 Thum.lKri^Sal AtiractionExtraordinary ! rJituitis MATINEESATURDAY. KoKatfementoftbe DUUnguUhod Tra^* dlan, FREDERICKWARDE Hnpport'dBf an Bxrallaot Comp...

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. — 10 April 1889

fHEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., April lo, 1889 r*uu^MiD Jtvimv Mowiiiia licirr Montut INDRTBNUENTTUB. co., PL'BLlMUttif*. r'UBUCATlOHOFflCI, BROADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION 'us^,^.^.. ir,1.v carrier, p^r monthf 1 f rt Mii ^M year^ uo )nTrsin*, la newshoye MM MVM atende ^*.tM|^VMO^, per yearI OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS ANU^CLARKE COUNTY. rhe INDEPENDENT hat a larger clrtul^Iton than any newiptpar tMlwNn II. Paul and^Portland and a larger circulation than a^etaer two dally paper* published in Montana^it hat no prtii roam eecrete, Its subscription^MMCfJ ^ra opinio inspection, and it It alwayi^^eao^ to ;pro^^ that ill circulation a at repre-^tented tntarad at tha PostofTlce at Maiana at aacond^s'ess mattar. Thf.hkin grouii'l for thi* f^*ar that the^NMM of if outlay'* election In liutte ha^put ft premature end to the guheruator^ittl boom of Mai CharleH S. Warren, who^only HiieceeiM in parrying bin own ward^tty a majority of neveu. Byfaiiing to mm* a denial of remark-*^Httributed to him by Alderma...

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. — 10 April 1889

at^i MM WANAMAKER A MISFIT. CLARK80NRUNS THE MACHINE, ComplaintsThat the Great Clothing^Dealer is a Blundering Incapable^Offending Old Friends. WashingtonSpecial U^ the St Louis^U lobe-Democrat i republican): Mr. Wan-^awakcr la the wis tit of the cabinet. But^for the pre^euce uf Col. Clarkson Uk* post-^-f (Ifpartmeut would be In hot water all^ol the time. The first mistake the I'lills^di-Iphla merchant mad* waa in shoainK^too much executive ability toward the^coiiKrt-Mtueii. He waa incllued to run the^general poatottlre an he does his store. He^was affable enough to visitors, but when^^ever the senators and representatives be^^came a little too peniHteDl he assumed the^autocratic manner of a highly success^^ful business man who feels himself^perfectly Independent when he chooaes to^be. The first serious rupture came when^the Kansas delegation presented candl^dates fur two presidential poatonVes. The^terms of the democrat* had expired and the^congressmen of the district had selected^...

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. — 10 April 1889

THEENCAMPMENT ABusiness Meeting Held Yesterday^and Officers for the Year^Selected. TheBanquet Last Night^of Wits and Eloquent^in Plenty. aGathering^Speakers IVw.rrul Atlilrraaea M**lr l^^ Major M*^yluuls. t ..ion. i Handera mud ^ ^ 1 ^^Orantl Arui^ Man. At12 o'clock nm)D yetterday delt-Katei^from the eighteen Moutana posta of thf^Grand Army *^f the Keputhc met for their^fltth annual rnrauipineot In the quartern^of Wadaworth poat at the conrl ims*^Department Commander Junius ^^. zan^^der* in the chair. After roll call, grayer^and other preliminary business comtnittws^were appointed and a reeess taken until 2^p. m. I J- reassemhlinK the delegates^appi nded their names to the mUf and^the reports of oflleera were rereived. Inhis report Department Commander^Junius ^i. feand*r^ (vetted hrietly the tfl^complishiiifnu ol the Urand Army twent^^tour ^ears BfSs when citizen and sold er^alike watched with more anxious and^iiK^re hopetul eyes for the whin-*intf***l^messenger of peace. An t vi M ...

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. — 11 April 1889

ThaIndeptudeut U Well K^jvlPPrd worn t^^^^PROMPT EXECUTION Ofall uruara fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, *n4 Fin*Work of AM Kindt fREEpubuc library^HELENA. Associated[Press Dispatches, 8efJtI^o^fal Xewjf fieportjl,^A I.AH..M- Cibcuution than any^other two daily papere in Montana. Itla a^xosllad aa aa AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. 109 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1889 FIVECENTS FBI I LI It BBAl'Sa, naaftjand i.D. SDB1BTOB, Ber'yBad Trass PublicSiplkg Co. (isiiniifDU if Ore Solirikd. ftamplra t SfiSt .lot huhmltlrd to tbe itfffn-titfemrltrra tod the Ore told to tba^hlgbMt Bidder. WRITEFOR TERMS,^city offlc* at fterond National Hank. TelephoneNo. 71. SaropUngWorks at Northern PaclOV and Mon^Una ^ Voir al railroad junction. Telephone **v Tak*Motor Line ^Mt, JOHNMAOUIHK. Mnn*gr ThurertayFriday^^start AttractionExtraordinary ! fAjr.1,11,12,13 MATINEESATURDAY. Engagementuf the IUcIIhl- dsta*d Trag t\ en, FREDERICKWARDE Haupcrtedb\ an Kieel lent Compinv In t...

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. — 11 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena.Mont., April 11, lbhw r mm mmm mm iionr hmmv INDEl'KNUitNTpub. CO., publishers. 'UBUCATlUHtlFFICS, BKOADWAY ruunof svusvniPTius. Xtyttat*frtt*re,'ijr carrier, per month ^ H B)Mill- |^r y^r^ m^rejn*, t.^ uewstatys and Da^e elands .. r^rts^A'ivkly, jwr year^* *' nittfhibe luferrcd that it 1h Ilarrltton^who hat* the grievance to he atouetl.^Kefereuce to the filen of Mr. Ilarrittou'a^paper two yearn ago hdowb that Mr.^( roehy hits more to complain of than the^mere republication mi the Buffalo UM,^and the only Hurpriniug thing at^out the^controverny in that a crisia wan not^reachett long agu. omciALpa rum VI.arkeOOPVTT. TniINOEPtNDtNT hat a iMgWd^ ule lionthan any newspaper between 8t Paul and^^ortland end a tartar circulation than any^ether two ^i* ^ papers published In Montana.^i| hu no prait roemaacrata, iti Subscription^^ojhb are opanto inspection, and it is e'ways^^aad^ to .'prove if at its circulation la at rapra-^tantad Enteredat iha Poetofnce at Maiana at se...

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. — 11 April 1889

FREDGRANT'S FAT PLACE. HOWTO PAY POLITICAL DEBTS, PublicPatronage Liable to Prove a^Temptation to 8ome Men^A^Personal Government. Wuhtnjrtonletter: The appointment^of Fred Grant to b*- ruin later to Austria re^^minds nit* of a clever thing that was said a^few years ago when another gentle wan re^^ceived one of the honest appointments in^the government on account of his father,^though In that case the son had achieved^enough to show that he was uualinVd for^the position he was appointed to. ^It^teaches us/' said a gentleman to me on^that occasion, ^that we should tw verv^careful in the selection of our lathers. '^Why should we laugh at the Idea ot mak^log a man a king because urn father waa a^king when we approve of the Kred Grant^appointment'.' Mont heirs to the crown^have done more to rtt themselves for their^future work than Kred Grant has done to^prepare himself for any branch of the pub^^lic service. Thus far the personal element^has been very prominent In appointments.^Whether ...

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. — 11 April 1889

SHAKINGHANDS. GovernorWhite Engages in That^Delight so Dear to An Office^Holder. TheCoy* ot the G. A. R. Fintah the^Business in Hand and Leave tor^Their Homes. AllKi^ rllriil l'io|;rHlliUi* A i i .1 itt* ^' '^ ii Tu-iii|;lU Otbar l.u^ Bj| llii|t|*'iihig^. Thereception trinlt-mi Otfi WMte last^iiU'M Ml not a success, judgnl by Hit*^nututMT who called upon the govtruor to^pay their respects, but it ^ as a success if^tbe select tjUHlity ot those that (ailed RtS^taken inin cnnmileratmn. 1'rof. Valuer's^orcht stra, stationed, m H law hallway,^discoursed excellent Iliuslc. The aecre-^tar^'s oftlre was nurd ^^ ^ reception riHiiu.^Josepti T. VVoolman and \V. A. ( htneinan,^the reception committee, iMroduod the^wsiton to the governor, who warmly^shook each one presented by the hand. AnumtH-r of ladies were anionic the^visitor*, with whom the go\ernor thattnl^pleasautl^ and made a tavorable LaapffesV^Stat, TMVseeplMal laMt-d trom Mo'clock^until Mli Slid duru^tf thai Duo fjov. Whit*^hhou.d Miu...

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