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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 12 April 1889

o\a V*\^\Va\cr. ThfIndept-udoot I^ Wall B*alpr*4 -to* ml PROMPTEXECUTION Ofall ureter* for^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, an Fin*Work of All Kind* VN3T3H VOL.30--NO. no TfcafIn dkpknden Associated[Press Dispatches, BefitI^o^[ tfewaj fjeporttl,^A I.Att.,Kit Circulation than any^other two dailj papers In Montana. ItIs naaxosllad aa aa AdvertisingMedium. HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1889 FIVECENTS arariuihh*i^in,^Kraal, anil Haa. Mgr. d. edsibton, Sac'yud Tress PublicSampling Co. (ensipMiUif (Ire hlititti ftaaaplraSf aarh Jet Mubmllfed to ttaa^different smelt era *nd titt Ore Boil Iff iba^hlfbsat Blddrr. WklTE FOR TERMS.^City offlra at Second National Rank. TelephoneNo. 71. SamplingWorks at N.-rtti-r . Pact flr and Mod^tana Central railroad Junction Telapbone **). TnkaMotor Line wast. Ming'sOpera House JOHNMAOUIRC, Manager AttractionExtraordinary ! Weaaef Thursday.Friday^Betuniay Apr.10,11=12,13 MATINEESATURDAY.^Knpagement of tbe Distinguished Trait.(Han, [ ...

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. — 12 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT tfoleua,Mont., April 12, l^hw. publisbbi' KVIHT MohSINM Kl' BIT MoSUaT. indiepbnubnttub CO., PCBLIMIEKS, riJBMCATiON UPflCI. BROADWAY TVRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION *U Suimrr I'm* re, hy carrier, per month$1 ^* ByMall \~r year ^ ^' Jni'i ^'ti ^, t ' n--ac'i ')'8 Kiid news rUti if * ' **eeikl. ^'T WM I' OFFICIALPAPER ttF LkiWIS AKh^CLARKE COVSTY. berofthe MM SUlw nenate, which^wan made in yesterday m^niiiiR,h dU^pHtrhen, wan Incurred. Thkantecedent* of Lord I*on*dale, the^alleged Arctic eiiilorer. would amply^juatify reliance upon the intimation In^yewterday'h dispatcher that he Ih a rank^importer. IUh cumin* It Ml country^two year* hk^^ the manager of a char-^acterleHH* hurleHijm* actr*^*-, with whom^he sustained Iliatlnai iM generally ap-^proved in ItMgltN cIlrtiTpfl DsffalB^RHthrr Without the pifttfl respectability.^Mis failure to avail him-elf it the eicel-^lent opportunities ^f .l^intf afforded hy^Alaska slmi'ild'u^er be^ fi.r^ewJT_h^^actually viHlted that ^country, an^cla...

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. — 12 April 1889

THESPRINGSPOSTMASTER ANOFFICE MUCH SOUGHT AFTER TheTown and Country Each Striving^for the Privilege of Selling^Postage Stamps. WhiteSilphvr Spiunus, April 11.^^[Special to the Independent.] ^ There are^four applicants for appointment aa post^^master here. Hardly had the election re^turns been counted last fall before Kd^UU1. who lives near this place, was out^with a petitinu gettiujc signers asking; IM^bis appointment Alex Gibson is also^an applicaut and claim be has a^walkover. Mr. tilli livt* about^fifteen miles from here, and what he bases^bis claims tor appointment ou Is be)^^u^l^the comprehension of many uf the citizens^of this place. It a republican has to br ap^^pointed Alex Uibsou is the unanimous^choice of the people here. Mr. Hennessy,^the preHi-nt poHl master, wan reappointed^last tall by President Cleveland and every^^one concedes he has made a very efficient^postmaster. Ilia removal would be only^for partisan purposes, it is reported that^Mr. ^^ibt*on has the endorsemen...

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. — 12 April 1889

STREETGRADING. Citizensof Benton Avenue Protest^Against the Established Grade^of That Street. Switchmen of Helena Organize^Lodge for Mutual A.d and Protec^^tion of Members. a|(u!imwii^ ^n M ;* 111 M*aW MM^liijuml-l.tM Ml ll*p|^-iiihis^lnl^ re^t. Iml Affr^*at deal ot stn ti a-radinK was |MM^In IMena last ^rar ami IgltafttMl Mil^will have to be done this year. Not alnne^willne* grades have If I** established,^but established gra^1^ ^ will be reestablished^It the wishes of the people are consulted,^and the, probably will be. 'I he grade on^Benton avenue, it it claimed, ban been^changed so olten and so many other^channel* were proposed that the property^holder* along that thoroughfare thought it^time t)i enter protest The grade between^Lawr^ti^e and spruce streets baa l^een^rai-eti about two feet when* the contour of^the surrounding watershed demanded that^i( anything it should t^e lowered. It wa*^such useless change* that cauctdthe fill^MM to condemn the work and call a meet-^for the p...

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. — 13 April 1889

TfceIndependent la Well F.^.uippcd ana run^^PROMPT EXECUTION Ofall unlaw fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fln Work of All Kindt TbofllNDKJPKIVDBlVTrmUm Associated[Press Dispatches, 8ejftI^o^ial j/cw^ ffefort*',^A Largkb Circulation than any^other two dally paper* In Montana. Itto unexcelled m an AdvertisingMedium. VOL.30--NO. Ill HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1889. FIVECENTS rai'lU.B ftKADlK, Preal.and M*r. 1t^ ineasmm,^Hery end 1 reaa Publicsampling Co. C5si^nDfDb^ sf Ore s^ led ftamplrigf -a 1. M fcubmllted lo it *^^SaSettSl Muellere and tut Ore MM to Sjfl^hlgheat Bidder. WRITE KOR TERMS,^city office at Second National Hank. TelephoneNo. 71. Hampllnt:w.irk** at Northers I'nrlflr and Mod^tana i^nirel railroad junction. Telephone TakeMotor Mae weal. MiOpera House. JOHNMAOUlWfc. Manager AttractionExtraordinary ! WednesdayThnraday,^Kriday,^eaturdny, AffJ112,13 MATINEESATURDAY.^KngaK**ineLtof the Dlaungulshed Treg- dlao, E Hupport* d by an Kxoellent C...

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. — 13 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT iielena,Mont., April i:J, lHty. ^c^U^HIU KVBKT MoaHIM* Bl IH Mo* OAT INDBl'H n DENT TUB. co., PUBLIHUEK8, {JBUCATlOMorricS, bkoadway IMMftf MM nirnus ,1tyMMKM carrier, |^ar month I ^^ Byv .1 -per year* ^ jbI r^ln^, i . newa'* ^ va atai '-^^VeeaUy, \mt year^^ ^ OFFICIALVAVkKH^CLAHKE COUMTT, ThaINDEPENDfcNT h^t a SafSSf dally ctrrulft-^Hon than any nawapapar between Bt. Paul and^*orlland and ^ largar circulation than any^^ttaar two dally impart publlihad In Montana,^'t hat no praat room aacrata, lit tuhtcriptlon^^ 90k^ ara open to Inapactlon, and it '^^-**^^^to|prova i'Ji ill circulation la aa repra.^tantod tntarad at tha Pottofflce at Maiana aa aaconfl-^tiaaa mattar. (TreatAmerican pM si ^raw poker.^While loitering at Monte Carlo, a few^yearn ago, Mr. ilM i^ *ai^i to ^mve rloned^the hauk at one ilttllf, winning nearly^4nr),^NHi franrn. Another fttSfy si thai^when Pierre LorillaM QataM ^ wrtuin^mnt^t at hacrarat with him UrilUrd^wit-* iMwrer by ^l^^^,ft*^. - InHeveral o...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 13 April 1889

AREMARKABLE CAREER LIFEOF THE SAILOR-BOY KING. PerilousAdventures on Stormy Seas^and Finally Meets a Landlubber's^Fata in Maine. bathMaine special: By tbe death ot^Klcnard W. Jackson, the sailor-buy king^of a cannibal tribe and Arctic explorer, the^most romantic career ever Jived by a Maine^man, baa come to a singularly unhappy^end. Jacksonwas born in Hath and during^early boyhood was noted for hli daring in^athletic sports snd the many narrow es^^capes he had. Several times in boy hood and^tn mature years he ssved people^from drowulng. Once when in bis U*ens^be Cafl from a hay wow and^was token up for dead. Another^time he was struck by lightning and re^ni allied |^srai^z*d. lie shipped on the^Kainler with Captain Momson and was^wrecked on a coral r*ef in the South i n^i iiii* In a little schooner or 1st tons bur^^den on the Cannibal Islands from the lim^^bers of a wrecked ship, the captain accom^^panied by Jackson and the lirst t-nVer, lett^to obtain suitable provisions with which...

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. — 13 April 1889

THECROSBY LIBEL Librarian Sulgrove Explains His^Connection With the Now^Famous Case. TheArticle, He Say*. Wat Written by^McCutcheon and Printed by Har^^rison's Orders. 4.tllt-l;ll BMM0M ^*^^- \liarluu* Mtu-rlfli ^ lor tin*^drill* vni. i'rr.i- BSjftl^t Kuhm-IJ^I am NMMW*^rt'HporiHlt^U' Bat TheCrosby lUrri^in UM itas *^ ftt^trading a ^r^ at iaftl tl attention in H^ I^ens. TtM KUDBTKMPBSI pniiliflied |M^U-rday the ajttela whn-h ^iov. ^'ro*h^ con^^Mlfrit |lbel^u^^ and which hn . mhodich in^his complaint t^^r dstustfcp. 'l hl* dispatches^MUtf that RMMll It- ilarrinon rays he^knew nothing at^out th^* arti^'k la ^|uh^tion^and that it WM MptfJ int^^ hut pajwr, the^Montana Uvt Nook Journal, out of a^Buffalo pp.iM-r; that he WM not.in IftalsM^at the lime it wan published, and that he^did not kn*^w it WM in tin* papal until after^T appeared. He *l*o Intimatm that Ml^editor at that tune, Leslie MpM^ I II^rcsfjssjsiassfee hm Mbtssatisav Mr.Mil^jro\i* id librarian of the public^library o! ll.-ien...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 14 April 1889

VOL.31.-NO. 112 HEL TA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SI'NDAY MORNING. APRIL 14, 1889, H\I CENTS LadiesQvergaiters! AFull and Complete Line Just Received. TheVery Latest Shades. Callarid Se^ Tiiem. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., LeadingFine Shoe Dealers. (NKXTTO FIRST NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO.. JOBBERS AMD DBA aKH I 3 AgriculturalImplements, and MININGMACHINERY ! Justreceived, a complete new stock of deeiflows m haws, SuperiorDrills anil Broadcast Seeders, STROWBRIDGEBROADCAST SOWERS, SchuttlerQuartz Wagon Gear and Farm Wagons, THERUSHFORD TUBULARAXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, ALL SIZES. (MirHue of Fine Buggies, Carriages, Pha^tuiis, etc., is the largest and moet de^^left ever brought to this country, lib agents for Columbus Buggy 0* vehicle*. Alarge stock of Glldden's Celebrated Hteel Wire, painted and galvanized. Fine^band made and heavy work harness a specialty. Headquartersfor Fresh Grass Seed and Seed Peas. Agentsfor Revere Kubtier Co. Pelting, Hon* and Packing. Erie Tubular SU^tionary and Port...

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. — 14 April 1889

IIKLKNADAILY INDEPENDENT. socialuht-uiat. SomeRandom Thoughts Suggested^by the Prevalence of Color^in Dress. 8uitsfor Tennis Players The Week^at the Theatre A Cricket Club^Wanted. rv*i*lU li i i i the *^ MMI ^'^^^Bias lata** it^ ii^-ar^^i* I'ciaMhttl M*nllon. il.. .Springin r**i^p^in^iMt' for a trr- at ninn)^thin^m,iiotal^l^ that prntcreniiivi* thaw wM'-n^peruitati-h IM yiiuriK man'* fancy, MftoM^hta hram ami inspires mi in i^cca^n^Mall^ to^eaaa) MMMttJT) whilt* at tht* *aim- USM it^animatfi th^* ^onnK woman, whew not aa^^Katft sj in MparrniK with ||M aforcnawl young^man for breath, to -^ ^ k that consolation^which her dr**Hainaker tfranlM, to the aortal^uMmjuiftinle of h*'r i - and her rouaiiui^and tier auntM. A^ 'or'lifi^ to the l'Maimi*',^however, the lily of the fit*Id ought to be^considered as the tie plus ultra of good^taut** in dress, for without putting M any^style Mp* ak of, David ^a^^ that when In^^vidious rouipftriftonn were drawn Solomon^in all his glory-inctaporlcally s...

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. — 14 April 1889

HKI.ENADAILY INDKI'KNDKNT. NOTEDCRIMINALS TheBrigands of the Ozark Moun^tains and the Lawyer Who^Loved His Landlady. TragicDeath of the Giant Leader of^the Notorious Bald Knobber^Organization. Trial ^f H** Murderer^ liriierail HUloryof the I'hiiio^i^ lt^^K ulatara tM.IIII- I l^Olllg^, Forsyth,| Mo., | special: The trial of Wil^^liam Marion M ^ I u ' ^ ^tin* of the^notorious Haiti Kuuliber chieftain, Nathan^N. Kinney, haa created Intense excitement^in this and neighboring counting. It t^H^k^place yesterday at the regular April term^of the Taney county circuit court, with^Judge W. I). Hubbard, of Springfield, on^the bench. Kor the pas: two years Judge^Hubbard's court has attracted unusual^public notice tor a tribunal of this grade on^account of the arraignment of tin many^Hald Knobbers who have been called upon^to face the stern penalties of the law they^so long defied and outraged. Thejudicial circuit comprises the coun-^ties of I treat*, Christian, Taney and Stone,^most of the terri...

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. — 14 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. THEINDEPENDENT Helmut,Mont., April U, LS89 PuiiJHi.it Kvanr Noamae Ki^ bit atom.* INUBI'kn1KNT PCI CO- rUIUKUU PUBDJATiON OKPICej, 1MOADWAY rtJUTfl si'list JHy- r! -r- ^^y carrier, aa* month . ByMill i**r ^^*er OnTrain^, l MtlbOfl end MM stands^Weekly, i^*r ^f^r $1'ci IMM) tjyyifIA I. I'AI'KH Oa* 1*1*0 AM* ti.AHKh: ^ OVNTT, TheINUM't NL^I N I has ft l^rK^r dally clrcul*-^Hon than any mwipap^r bttwMn 81 Paul and^Mo^Hand and a larger circulation than any^ether two da^^v papers published in Montana.^ii hat no prat* roam aacrata, lit subscription^Moo lit ara opan to intpactlon, and It It always^raady lo iprova that ita circulation h at repre-^^antad Enteredat the PoatofMca at Malana at second-^atatt matter. ANA I.I III I'ltOt IDBD. Inthin hit hour of nor* trial Kti**h**U^li Harrison it furlmiatt* If] having a^l-^Vtafl with frMlBt fnr*'Mtfht than char^tHaVtaBi ^' BBNMMmVBoI Hih genial^Mr. rirkwirk. In other Wnnl* the for**-^Night ^^f the iit-nt-ral Manager li of ...

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. — 14 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. MONTANAHORSES. ANumber In Training at the Fair^Grounds and Much Expected^of Them. HelenaRoadsters and What Owner*^Think Their Animals are Capa^^ble of Doing. I*!**of Trot tlii|[ Itrt-.l lltir-*H from Arit-^strmiK'^ 1 ^ '^ * Halt Hrotlier to^i r i p ^ i ^ i Knolt In ii. i. i. * Trainerscomplain that th*^ track at the^Fair tfmuids it in a had condition for Kood^work. The ground jH hard, very dry and^dusty. Secretary Tup** iirotuifles to have^the tMrk in ln*tter condition this week by^a regular use of the sprinkler. The trot^^ter* and runners are exercised every MM^^lug, and at most any hour Man II o'clock^aome good bursts of speed ma^ he seen. 11.H. linker's X cut quite a caper a few^da^s ng^^. and is as friwky as a fawn. He^delights in backing into a trotter coming^on a good speed. Anew acquisition at the track is a 4 year-^old coit bought out from New Vork by^John Duffy, of Marysville, which is now^tn 11. K Baker's stable, who will handle^him this year, lie ...

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. — 14 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. BIGSUA Kli FIND. TheNavajo Reserve Likely to be the^Scene of Stirring Times in the^Near Future. AStrike l^y Veteran Miner* Which^They Hive Tried to Hide from the^Eyes of the World. AmA r mi y off PfSJOgsM kSflf It* log *^^ _ *^^. ^ ^ l^Ut lake rNNMMlM ^^^^! Hold 4.g*tlu^t^i In- lndi^n^. fiaJtupN M i OntraantMMlnnoa: it has^b^eii known for )**ar* t!iat tin* Navajo res^^ervation, j half in ttun territory and^half In Arizona, In very n^ h in minerals.^Jewelers have iNfl Iwn familiar with tht*^beautiful ^Savaj'i garnets,^ which com par** favorably with *^I tirade India rubU'Hand HiirpanH tht* south African va^^riety. They art' picked up on the ant lulls^In t: ^ Navajo ''Dmitry, intf brought up^by the ants. The aaiua insert mirier* un^^earth occasionally a real snnicl ruhy. In^aoiuc parU of tfif reservation p**ndot a^beautiful green wuit gem ar** found in^great prof union on the ant hill*, and among^Ihmn now and then a valuahle emerald.^Opals nf great brilliancy ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 14 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT PEOPLEOF NOTE. RacyDescription of the Pulpit^Style of Rev. Col. Elliott F.^Shep^rd. RobertT. Lincoln'* Interesting Family^^The Queen of Spain * Growth^in Mental Power. llurUlut-^OiMhumu Hon-lu-Law^l*ro^|^^TlikK- 'lheeditor of the New York Mail and^Kspn riti, who hss ftaiued distinction by^reason ^( hit marnsKV to a daughter of the^late William H. Vanderhilt, by the print^^ing of Scripture verae* daily at the head of^the editorial columns, and by hi* contribu^^tion to the republican campaign fund,^varies the monotony ot the editorial profes^stun hv preaehitiK on Sunday. l,ant Mon^^day's Sew York Herald contained the fol^^io wintf: Thepulpit style of the Key. Col. Nhep-^ard ii entirely diifereut from that of the^colonels In the salvation Army. The latter^rely too much upon physical vijrnr for pro^^ducing l^enelicial effects upon their hearers;^but while OoL shepard carefully ftvoslf^the exercise of Rreat physical force, he yet^does not apparently rely too much ...

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. — 14 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. AMONG.THEMINKS TheSpotted Horse Mine a Prom^^ising Property Bonded to a^Helena Syndcate. Reported8trike in the Peerless Jen-^nie Mine of a HiKh Qrade^Of Mineral. kt*tupof Mm Mnji.r HutUi it^ Raauala^iijuiK iton HtM S9 b^ of M Th* ;^. ^! Ilorst* SStoti MsArtow'i^Msnlt ri hi.hMi./afor which In* w*^U ^W^,-^tfjo, ifi basjisi to a BSSSM SfSjSHSflSS for^that huin. Astrife! tf MMMmMi iBffftMM in re-^porti'il to liavt* Ot**-n mailt- in the iVt-rlt-w^JeoDie mine. Itla hardly prohahle that MM hlkhoru^company will ttt-rl fcfcl new mill Hook^n of,^hut another furnat e will hf hullt In con^nt:rtniii with thf mill now working. TheFourth of July deal In olf, for th^^prt-ht-nt, at It-aM, or a^ far an thf UelflUS^i-apitaliHtH firnt namt d in cuiint ^ tion with^It are coim*. rnt d. ( apt. PlMSSSMt wan t-n^flag'd to ninkt* an examination, and Ul N^ran (mm llM Okam-Kan country a lew^dayit a^o wm aniHtuiiffd, IJ mm In fMtllt^of thin rt*|tort it wtw to he dft'-rmint'd it^the ayml...

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. — 16 April 1889

TheIndependent |a Well Kajul pied fom nil^^PROMPT EXECUTION Ofall urd^n fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fin*Work of All Kinds freepublic library,^HELENA TfcaliniYKPmftOKNTaai t*^ Associated[Press Dispatches, 8e$1tl^ot$l ffcwa' fleportj\ aLabueb Circulation than any^other two dally papers In Itla DMieaiiad as aa AdvertisingMedium. VOL- 30--NO. 113 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1889 FIVECENTS U.S. Samplesand Assays Made of all^0 es ConsignmentsSo iciteJ. RampI re a| age* Suhru tiled to tbe^BMSrSSal Kmeltere and tbe Ore mm to tbe^blgbvat Itlddrr. WRITSFOR TKKMS.^City office at Herond National Hank. TelephoneNo. 71. samplingWorks at Nortbara 1'atlflc and Mon^tana Central railroad Junction.^Take m I r Une weet. JOHNM aquire , Manage' MondayAM^ Tuesday APRIL15 and 16. EngagementExtraordinary^MR. AUGUSTINE DALY'S OreeteatNew York Hucceaa, ANIGHT OFF ACom ady that baa alwaya pleased tbe people, -A.OAJBT Suchaa h^a never been aeen here. I'HOWDKDHOPSK8 ! ACO...

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. — 16 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mout., April 1ft, t*rausasn(tim IMM BMW M^j^dat. INDEPENDENTl'UB CO., PI BLISHEKM, POBUOATioiiomoi BRUAltWAV TKHMSuk SUBSCRIPTION *HyItlMrtbMMi carrier, ps^r month|1 rtvMull^i*^r )'^**' Brraln*, i f,^wst^.^ys and n^wi rian^ls^*~aakly, I'M yaar iiin^f^rta ThINDtPlNDfcNT h^l ^ aVSJR* clrfula-^Han than any nawapapar batwean 8t Paul^^ortl.nd and ^ tartar OrculaHO^ tha* ^^^tfcar two EE* papara MfeMMtf M Montana.^i h^^ no Ml rOOmtocroU. M Subscription^ooohtaro opanto Inspection, and it HlMH^-eedv to pn)*^ that tit circulation ft at rep's-^tan tad Cntsredat tha Paatomca al Maiena M aatond-^tlatt mattar 111. i n^N m pom M I Kv^QHMpMMMM ^priiitf*'f. ^! BUMMi si^NVHmI ^ intent intro^lufin^ at llM^nnlt aenMull of rniiKIVNH it hill provi-1-^lug for un MpfMMM ^f tlic impular will^a* to whom the itreMiiieiit Khali appttel^ptwtmaHteri. So fur an Mr. Bprt*fat*^^ptuii is uwWrMool. it ^Io*h not ront^*ni^;ilat^* the rrioo\al of tin* apHattft^power from llM ptmA MM. It MMMMl^ratb^...

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. — 16 April 1889

THESAILORS AT SAMOA. KIMBERLY'3GREATEST ANXIETY. TheKindness of Mataata and His^Followers Not Appreciated by^the Germans. ^.ri/r*tH^''^' iw-u ^ Y.Amtciatt Prem.) Apia.,Samoa, Maivti 8U, via ban Fran^^cisco.^After theE'eat storm of March 14^bad aubsliM Admiral KtmbtTly was vislUnl^by an Associated Press reporter. The ad^^miral was found sitting on the porch of a^small house tat-tntf the hsrhor, watching^the wrecks (it the American meu-of-war.^^isn't it awful,^ he remarked to the corre^^spondent. ^In all my experience on the^sea 1 have never seen a storm toe^jual this^one. 1 can hardly realize yet the full ex^^tent of the damage done. My chief anxiety^now is tn k i the eight or nine hundred^sailors back to America. Theadmiral was asked regarding his^own experience during the storm,^but would say nothing of a personal^nature, lie told of the occurrences on the^Trenton which have already been de^^scribed, lie attributed much of the trouble^on the Tn nton to the fact that the hawser^pipe...

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. — 16 April 1889

GOINGAHEAD. TheNorthern Pacific Has a Pros^^perous Year and is Push^^ing; Extensions. Someof the Proposed Branches and^How They Will Benefit the^Mam Line. M-irelArt ami * N^^ .^.^aUtant^Local ltriu^ ol ncral latofMt. Th**Northern NtMl i^ in H* i^,M,t l'r,m^perous year ^^f its ^*xistrnot\ and Montana^will |M| her char** uf tht* l^nefiti arcruiuK^in tin- form ^^tMMtni railroad building.^It is nowofflcially stated that thiscompany^will build its (laliaUn IJutte hranrli, aim*^tin* Itoultlt r-IIutt*' extension, llesidesthere^li a probability that the proponed MM-^atoo into MM Castle mining aWJaWtfl insy t^e^mMniM tturniK MM The latest step^taken is to extend the Hitter K-miI \^alley^branch from tirantadale, the present tenui-^nus, to the Meadow Hill country, a dis^tance of thirt)-tlin .* miles. Work on this^extension will begtu immediately, tun-^UaHori aTtft Iml week linking owt the^ground andsubcontractor* an* getting^their tenuis and scrapers ready t^^r^action. I lie held u l.icli this...

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