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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 28 April 1889

VOL.31 .^NO 124 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, Sl'NDAY MORNING. APRIL 28, 188ft. FIVECENTS LadiesQvergaiters! AFull and Complete Line lust Received. TheVery Latest Shades. Callarid. See Ti^errx. J.P. WOOLMAN ^ CO., LeadingFine Shoe Dealers. (NKXTTO KIR8T NATIONAL BANK.) T.C. POWER ^ CO., JOBBBKS AND DBA' *KB IN AgriculturalImplements, -A. IN^ 13 MININGMACHINERY! Justreceived, a complete new Block of DEEREPLOWS AND HARROWS, SuperiorDrills and Broadcast 'Seeders, STROWBRIDGEBROADCAST SOWERS, SchuttlerQuartz Wagon Gear and Farm Wagons, THERUSHFORD TUBULARAXLE AND STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, ALL SIZES. Oarline of Fine Buggiee, Carriage*, Phi i-me, etc., i- tbe largest and nioet m^led ever brought to thU country. 8ole agentn for Columbus Buggy Co. vehicle*. Alarge Htock of ^ilid^1en'h Celebrated Steel Wire, painted and galvanized. Klne^haDd made and heavy work harnewt a specialty. Headquartersfor Freeh Orass Seed and Seed Peat. Agentafor Kevere Bubber Co. Belting, Hone and Packing. Krle Tubular Sta^...

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. — 28 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SOCIALCHIT-CHAT. Someof the Polite Deceits to Which^the Fair Sex are Mostly^Addicted TheLeaders of the German ^ Delay in^Issuing Invi(ations ^Sum^^mer Outings. About lti^* ^ omliitf IVrfurman*^^f ^ l.rtiilii)t^ ^ I'lnori il Hi uiii^tt^*^jU-^ Mini rl^-^. TheMK-ial worM i* t*-*i*hip\UW tnt a tfr^-at^d^-al of huuihuif which rtiaA^iut*rad^i under^such titles art tart, ilplMMf i whit*^lien, and iM-fnre e;th*r a in mi SB MMI s^^romeH thoroughly Iittnl to shine in the^^octal world tin y i^mn through ittajajag^live t-xsiiiination tor which an Ananias^could havf nevt-r i v. n ^|uallNi-d. froto ait) tea, reception, or MMatl Kalli^*i^i M where conversation forms the staph-^amusement, and listen to the .ruleless maul^and churchmatron (llfcimslntf tfieir neihlMir's iI'hnI ^|iialitles and fault*; and if^tou hare never heard a conversation aim^liar u^ the following, ^ou will at leant riM'tig^^ ite its re^u'mhlance to the truth: Mydear Mra. Kcattu rwelKht, I am de^lighted U...

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. — 28 April 1889

IIKLENADAILY INDEPENDENT. SAVEDBY PRAYER. ALady's Adventurous and Rough^Journey by Stage to Join Her^Father in Wyoming. Made the Custodian of Valuables^While the Men Prepare^For a Fight. Ithim h Thlnr* FoII^mI by Mleme^ami I'rayer. Nf York Herald: Sonie years ago my^father and 1 were traveling tn the west,^and ttopiHMl at a bright littJe town in Wy^^oming territory, undecided in which direc^^tion to ko next ]want**d very much to explore the north^ernpartof Wyoming. incliutlng the Htack^Hills, and clote the trip with a visit to the^Nutlonal Tark at BBS end of August. Butmy father had lent his ear to won^der.'ul atoriea concerning a new mininK^camp in Colorado, where discoveries of fab^^ulous richness were aflirmed to have in-en^made. Myfather'a argument* prevailed. He^went on first with his friend Kendrrswii^and Hit* BSSMaaSwsvm, who were taking down^the summer's merchandise for the stores,^and after a few weeks he sent for me. It was^not di emed ^iuite safe for a woman to travel^alo...

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. — 28 April 1889

HELENA DAILY INDEPENDENT. THEINDEPENDENT Helen*,Mont*, April z*, i-rv PtIBlJIHlI) KvKHT M'lKKIRa ^1^ *rT MoHllAT iNj*rgNuNr rib 00* PUtliWl^. rUJtfOr .sr^.s^ IfffMV Jltys^jriecrtfe*re, ^tjr carrier, p*r month |l ^** 0yMtll per ^^er ^ *nTriln*, t n*ws'i ^ya end newe stei Is l^*S^^\ ^^^ imr ^^ef. |3 CLAHKt:t nt'XTY. The^,^-..^^^ ^^ ft lerger daily tircwle-^l0n Ihtn any nawapeper between ft Paul end^Portland *nd a ler-gee circulation then eny^etaer two daily papers published in Montana,^it hai no prees roam aacrata. Ha subscription^^oohi ara opan to inapacilon, and it la always^ready to P^o^a that its circulation la at rapra-^^ an lad Enteredat tha PoetofAce at Maiana aa secor.d-^alaaa metier 00X81111IIOMAL COSVKK I [OH, Idmm^cratlt I'rlmarl*** end OMrli-i ^'^^^^-^fi nlloii* for Hit' Srlt ^ llonaif I^rh-gal ThaKovarnor of Montana having leeu^'l Ma^i - tarnation for an flection to ha held on May )!^^IHhu, for iha hI^^ tion || deli ,-^^^^ - to tha conetitii^^^Ml ^onv^*nt|on Ui lie, il l*...

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. — 28 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. MIHDKRWILLOUT AMaryland Young Murderer Gives^Himself Up to the Helena^Police Authorities. MeIt Driven to It by Remorse of^Conscience for Having Killed^a Friend. Otar of th^ ^ ^Told by m ^^^^..^ i * it.hajs He Was It 11ml Ortink Wheu It.I llir i JohnMcGeady Is in the city jails con-^fespfd ujurdertT. lie is a fugitive from^jubiite ami Is wanted in CumK-rlaml^county, Maryland, for the killing of Jfar^uty Cit-eKan, who was shot by Mctieady^the night of rVbruarj 16. 1HHH. Mctieady^was not captured, reuiortte of conscience^compelling him to surrender to the author^^ities. Yesterdaymorning about 10 o'clock Mc-^Ueady wt-ut to the city hall and asked for^Marshal Hard. The marshal was^not preseut, and the man Ml^officer Kuntg, who was on duty, that M^had something private to communicate,^and he was taken into Judge Sanders'^room, where he told his story, Mr Kuril/^making memoranda of the conversation.^When the story was nniMhed Judge Hal^dt th came in and HeQeadf was...

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

IIHLF.NA DAILY INDKPENDEN l. SUNDAYREADING. TheSocial Ambition of Mr^ rred^Grant and Her SisUr. Mrs^Potter Palmer Bellii in^Arthur PortoRiCO^Bishops ^n^Lockers. YoungAlan^Knir^^r- Hum |M Mil tNtpfM** th^ ^^f im ^li^n^( Uri Morrli ^^n *^ M*MJ| learning^*nk-IUh OMMialWa leHar: Mr^ CM fmi Grantit iriefTahly j... a-, -i with MM honor^hratowt-d upon h**i liualiaml arid the- tn^oniph that in tint arc-rut* to h* r from a four^years' re*hl*iirr in tin* court of Virima^The fact of the matter la that the l^fHy^ilt ^' '^ ' of Mr. BMM 1* not satletifd^with Jut rank in American society. Id^Waahint(toti ^ r poaltlon waa only a iji-ka-^live lateral, fur the reason that she waa^too well hrni to earn for or to rultitat* the^bollllral claaa, and BsB4a her reaioViirein^New York her honora have ^^^. j, ^*v^ n |*aa^satisfactory. True ah* haa ajajajaj a f/n-at^deal, aa a leader once s*H in (he com^Slitter of the Water Color Society^and decorative art hall, hut i never ru e the^tirarit* anywhere. They bar...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 28 April 1889

HELENADAILY INDEPENDENT. BILLYTHE KID. ASingularly Handsome Youth With^Blue Eyes Who Was a^Murierer by Nature Devoidof Mercy, His Highest Ambs^tion the Leadership of a^Gang of Outlaws. K1111b IVol^U laa**4j t^i Ap|^fM^# 1IU Ap-^^^^tlU* fur Hi.,...i llnw r^l4i^rr^*tl^ItoiUUM .^ I.tun. SintaKe, N. M., special: Of all the char-^acterM in the great S ^uth west, the runut^t^nl^iue and interesting, at a distance, was^*'Uiily the Kid.^ Where he came from no^SM kimw, where he went to after Sheriff^Pst Garrett's lu *ky stiot put his life out no^on a cared. II- wa* the product of a hun^^dred ^' m. - and the people In ihli section^of the country hope it will be a full cen^^tury ere bit like it* seen agttn. Therehas been more written, probably,^about ^The Kid^ than any other murderer^who ranged the vast plains of New Mexico,^and yet nothing practically was ever^known about htm before he came to tnls^territory. It t* ^^!d that he was once in^ployed at the lUlmer House, la Chicago, as^a waiter or...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 28 April 1889

UKLENADAILY INDEPENDENT TALKINGWATER. Where an Abundance Can be Se^^cured^A Bottomless Like Nine^Miles Distant. In Real Estate the Feature of the^Week Was the Demand For^Acrm Property. A Htmni; IivinmihI I or lI |'/o|^^*rly Numberof lit ^l^lrm *-^^ (nilui I p -Tin-.r^^tu atsfesMwa, Th*water ^j itnth.ri was tt.*- principal^topic of disruaaioi among business men^yesterday, and many different plans au^t^sources were brought out. It seemed to (^*^^Uie general belief that plenty (if water ran^be iwur^l without going H MM Missouri^river. William Harrison thought that^water could t^e canie.il here from I'. a^ kf^^ ^t^creek, tiy laying a twent) four -inch pipe^through the Mullan tunnel. The river has^ari abundance of waUr all the year round,^but It would have to be carried across the^mountains and the Mullan tunnel afforded^tke best grade for the purpose. It would^e/^at from INMM to tWlO.lKJU. MaiLiasner thought there wan suffi^e lent water above Helena to nupply the ^!^^^rnand if the town ...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 30 April 1889

1oV^ Vvvi\\va\g. Ta lBdcp^ud^ul U Well BSj^lpp**l WOK tub PROMPTEXECUTION Ofall orders fur^Commercial Printing, ShowPrinting, and Fln Work of AM Kind* PREB ThoflMDIirBF_ Associated[Press Dispatches, 8e#I^odil jfewjf $ eport*,^A Larger Circulation than an^^other two dally papers In Montana. Itto onaxcollod m an AdvertisingMedium. VOL*30--NO. 125 HELENA, MONTANA TERRITORY, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1889 FIVECENTS HARRISONE-PRICE^CLOTHIER AHelena House tbat carries^as large a Clothing Stock as^any house west of Chicago. Thathandles the productions^of the very finest manufactur^^ers of the country. Thatmarks all goods in plain^figures, and the only bouse in^the city that is, STICTLYION E.PKICE. 22T Youpays )our aoney and^you takes your choice. Thereare hats and then again^there are Hats^and many hats^that wear well^and there are^hats that wear well and look^well. The only hat we know^that combines durability and^elegance is the ^Miller.^^Have you ever had one I^Then don't wait a min^^u...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 30 April 1889

THEINDEPENDENT Helena,Mont., April 80, 1889. PtrauaaaDIvur Unmans lion* Moidat. MMWIPDB. cx)., PUBLUUIH8.^PUBLICATION OFflCl, BROADWAY TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION MyMNftM hy car r\mr, par month|1 * ByMall -i*r year^ in Trains, to nawsboya and newt stands^Vtwkly, pal year$^ tw OFFICIALPAPER OF LEWIS ASt)^CLARKE COUSTY. ThaiNUtPtNDtN T hat a largar dally clrtula-^lon than any wewspapar batwaan Bl Paul and^Portland and a largar circulation than any^^tbar two dally papa^B publlahad In Montana^it ha* no prau roomaacratt. Us auhacriptlon^ooom ara opan to impaction, and It la always^raady to ,'prova .that Its circulation la at rapra-^^an tad Cntaradat tha PoatorTIca at Halana as aacond-^^ last mattar. i0K8TI11 I [OXAL I Efl l^N. I^im^^ratlc I'rlniarlaa ami liUtrlrt t on^vriitlona for th^-halertlon of l^alnr*t^a.^1 ba jrovarnor ^^f Montana hating^ laau^^t his^pr^M lamatlon ft r an ^ Ih tl n to ha bald on May Mi^Itttv, for iba ^1^h Uon ai dalatcatwi to tha ^ r -fit^Uonol convention to ha hald h^ Ht...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 30 April 1889

VICTIMSOF THE RAIL ACCIDENTON THE GRAND TRUNK An Express Train Jumps ths Track^and Eighteen People Are Hurled^Into Eternity. Hamilton,Ontario, April 2W.-A terri^^ble railroad accident occurred on the Grand^Trunk near here at 7 o'clock this morning.^The M. Louis express jumped the track^and the engine ran into a water tank.^Two cars were telescoped and immediately^look tire. All the dead, seventeen In num^^ber, have been taken out The only booy^identified is that of K. ft Young, of Chi^^cago. He was not burned. An Italian,^name uuknown, was also instantly kilUd.^The other fifteen were burned beyond the^possibility of identification. About twenty^persons were injured, but only one or two^seriously. None of the train hands were^killed. The tiremau was slightly burned^and received a bad scalp wound. Thetrain was composed of an engine,^two baggage cars, a auiokcr, a Chicago una^Grand Trunk through pasneuger roach a^Wabaih coach, a Wagner tirst-clase coaed,^a l'ullman car anj.two Wagner s...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 30 April 1889

HAILCOLUMBIA. PatrioticHelena Will Celebrate with^the Citizens of the United^States, One Hundredth Anniversary of the^Inauguration of the Immortal^George to be Observed. A Itiiuatiig rutira*' Mtrtili tu l*^ Held^at Aft*riubl^ Hall Othrr later- To-dayhas been proclaimed by ['resident^Harrison a national holiday and will be ^^^^observed all over the I'nited Mates by the^patriotic people. It is the one hundredth^anniversary of the inauguration of OeaVfi^Washington a* first president of the I nited^States, a man whoso name the world de^light* t^ ^ honor. The president's proclama^^tion ban been supplemented by priM-laina-^tions from the governors of states and terri^^tories and the mayors of cities. ^iov. White,^of Montana, issued his proclamation some^time ago, but Mayor Fuller did not Issue^his until yesterday. Owing to this fact ex^tensive preparations have not l**en made^i f^. *^ propter observance of the day in the^city, but it will be celebrated by Helenalles^and in a proper manner...

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. — 1 May 1889

Thela^^r^b4^al ^^ Well MXPC' worn the PROMPTEXECUTION^of all ordata fur^Commercial eVIntlna:. ghMPrinting, and Fine *0'^ Of All KlnOa FR PlfBUo LeadingNewspaper ef Montana All^til^ J*Ie~ws, LOCALand 'fILESRAFHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAduertisingf Medium. VOL. 30-NO. 126 HELENA, MONTANA ThRKITORi . WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1889 FIVECENTS HARRISONE-PRICE^CLOTH IKR AHelena House- that carries^as lar^^- a Clothing Stock as^any house wvst of Chicago. Thathandles the- productions^of the very finest manufactur^^ers of the ^ ountry. Thatmarks all goods in plain^figures, and the only house in^the city that is_ STICTLYONE KM. ICE. Yonpays your money and^you takes your choice.' Thereare hats and then again^there are H ats^and many hats^that wear well^and there are^h:r- that wear well and look^well. The only hat we know-^that combines durability and^elegance is the ^Miller.^^Have you ever had one ^^Then don't wait a min^ute, but go and get one while^the stock is large because it you^wai...

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. — 1 May 1889

) THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 1 18S9. fHEINDEPENDENT tcftm-of subsi tumor*,^in, wm^m + **** !*r ,'onU'-- Was*!/.t*^^ ..*!^ ..i on ..Sct .si ^ officialpaper of l.kw1s^clarke covstt. Ayr ts**.^.^^ an, mmmmm ^^^*^n ^ Pmul ^^^ rgrlma and a Kirt^o o^^v ^^^^'^ e^^^!^II sal no proas ra*.-r MClll^napoctlOn. thaiK( circulation It ^-spr^. circulation than any madin Montana,^-tl Subscription^I It la aiwar* raad| tO iprO^^ao^t^-*o Enarao al tna PcttotWca at Memoes a* socoro-^ataas *nattar. (U5S111 U TMMAL ^ MTBTM. lo-m^^ratir Primaries and Diatrlcl I on-^.rntosBs for the vVrlmn f.f l^el. t-^Tha governor ^f Mortana l.^^in^ issoed Ma^prociaaaailoa for an el.^tl. n to M half! on Mti It-^f ^r th^ assaassa ^f delegate* to tbe cotstlti^tionol coaroi.itrva to be bold lr. Helena. July 4,^: ^'^, tbn doBinerais of tba twnlfth, tMrt*-nt ,^f inrtesnth ard Ufrnectr district* altualed In Lnwia^Mjj i larks and I'asrads coaatfaa, am truest,il To^hold primary ^le*Uons la trier several prw-lnrt*...

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. — 1 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1 1881). EUREKA GULCH MINES. BROWN ^ WINTER'S PLACER McLaughlin.H-avy biotas were *a-^chamf-d an^i both received cuts on the (ace.^McLaughlin was eventually kicked down^^ 1od^ flight of stairs, bis fa/^e covered wiih^Mood. Neither will tell how the trouble^arose. yjAcoasQU GRAND Note*on Properties Which in the Fu- tre W.ll Add to the^Wealth. World's obbma^^^-'!.^ h. Jefferson,Courity.M T.^April ^- -^.'1 leaTJaM* tailed U^ get id L s^work ir. ti..s i^art as the country to any^great extent, and March and April, instead^of t*-inc ^^'^'^''infiamed with storms of snow^and sleet and rain, have been as mild and^pleasant as June generally is at this alti^^tude- T^i^-season is fully a month in a^l^vance of any ev*r known in Montana.^Hut little snow remains and that little will^soon have disappeared. Thi* is to be re^^gretted on account of the la*-t that th^-^plaeer ruiii*-ra depend upon it tor their^^. urr-e of water arid in coiisejiii-ncr...

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. — 1 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1 1889. I WECELEBRATED. PatrioticHelena is Not Behind in ;^Paying Respect to the Im^^mortal George. APublic Meeting at Assembly Hall^in Wr..ch Our Citizens Most^Heartily Join. he- w.a.1* bv Judge Ml- ..nuell^-^^ ^^^'^'^^^^-Th. (.rrmanat ^-l^-l^rate. fit-where. Theone-hundredth anniversary of the^^ I ^ ration ofWashinKton as presid.nt of the 1/nit.il Mates was^lingiy elebrated in Helena, ma elaei^mmumt* kl pawaw*w^*w*w.^1 troui president,^-rovrrL .r and mayor. The atorea Were^el,^ed t* a neneral thin*, but to the regret^of maii^ a few K. pt open. At nine^o'clock the church bella rang out a peal^whi -t. announced the inaugural, and for a^!.a f a.. t.'^ the ^^! ini^-^ sound)d. Every^^body ua^ jubilant and patriotic, and with^one w '^fd see mi ugly llnckeU to Assembly^hall. ^'h^re the public service* were held. It.,urn u service of pra^erand thank*-^ir;^;n^r l^-gan at V-W o'clock. Kev. A. D.^UaV.gh opened the meeting and a^ted as^^'.a...

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 May 1889

Th*Indepe udfnl I* Well Holpi'O fob tbs PROMPTEXECUTION^Ot ^^ Orders (or^Oamm^rclal Printing, SnowPrinting, ana FineWork of AH Kinds VOL. 30-NO. 127 HELENA, MONTANA TEKKITOK i , THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1889. LeafliD Newspaper of Montana All-fcfcL^ JSJe-y^rs, LOCALan. TELEGRAPHIC. TheLargest Circulation. BestAdvertising: Medium. FIVECENTS HARRISONE-PRICE^CLOT I HER u\\. AHelena House tbat ^ arrive^as large a Clotbirig Stock as^any house wt-gt of CLicago. Thathandles tiV productions^of the very finest njanufactnr-^ers of the country. Thatmarks all goods in plain^figures, and the only house in^the city that is STRICTLYONE PRICE. Youpays your rrone-y and^you takes your choice. Thereare hats and then again^there are Hats^and many hats^that wear well^and there are^hats that wear well and look^well. The only hat we know^that combines durability and^elegance is the ^Miller.^^Have you ever had one ^^Then don't wait a min^ute, but go and get one while^the stock is large because ii you^wait y...

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 May 1889

THEDALLY IJvDEPEXDEXT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNIXG. MAY 2 1889. fHEINDEPENDENT nmmwnmcmnmm ^.r-.^r carrier.;.* rr.ontn.... il_i*ry*a* ; n-ws'nys at-^I ^;^.r year .^^* .Seta $ irrirtALPAPER clarks,voumtw. OF (,^^^/^' AAVi Th.INDEPE^DEN r a! s Isrgar ^^^^^ elreula-^t^c:^can St Paul and Ion^^T^^on.and ^n* ^ '^r^*'^ji-t two **n^ P^s*r'^^ not no P-w rx3e^n ^*'-'^^'* r,odo^ I^ naoectlon, and It la always^i tuat it^ circulation Is at -apr*. 'irculatlontnan any^ojOllahod In Montana.^Its subscription principlethat the party is responsible^for the political acts^for the adminis^^tration^of those whom it elevates to^positions of trust. Parties are as neces^^sary to the wi-lfare of the state now and^in this country as they have been in the^past and in other countries. Individuals^nave the option of joining either party,^or of keeping aloof from all of them, and^the I.m^epeM)EXT does not censure Sir.^Kennedy for the course he has pursued^in severing his connection with one of^the great political pa...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 2 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 2 1889. NEWSFROM I HE OKIEN TftE FAMINE IN NORTH CHINA. Appalling Suffering as Seen by the^Missior,ar,e*--Thous^nds Starving^^ n Corea^Denr,^ s Position. Sanhi^ *-^^* M^y l-Tn- Ovemic.^lately arr.'. ^l ir .iu ItM Orient, brings th-^following n-wg: Kurtti**r details of the^Kreat Umiw i^ ouftli China are given i^^l*-tvr^ fruin iu.i*^M**n^ri^-s at Cb*-fo^^ and^^*tt**-r p.Tliey ilin* that ar*.ut ^) j..-;. - ^r- being ted by the missionary.^The Mm M 1^. H-rgen writes from Cb*-^f.H,.,n Keb. 1^: ^1 have ju.it returned frW^a trip le-yor.d the district city of Chi-Vang.^In the market tuwn of Waijjt Chia Chiuan^the ni^^t hiiU-r teed bejiiLS to l** telt.^Bon l MM the pMpsM in the fi*-i.l^ pluck^iug up the frozen wheat sprouts, and bi-r*-^MMfeM publicly hawked their chil^^dren for sale in '.he ^tr.*-t*^, saiing: ^Who^will buy this *^^^^ t I * au't feed him any^linger, and 1 don't wautto hear him cr innabout for want of f^^,i.' H if 1 was^MmM d...

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 May 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THUKSDAY MOEXIXG, 5IAY 2 1889. THEPRIMARIES. ChooseDe! Republicansof Helen* TheirDistric gates to Conventions. Th.Willi m ^^marked by An, In-^cident and Utterly Devo.d of^Enthusiasm. n - Th^~ Who Will ^oa..in*t^ I^el-^egate. to lb. lon.titutlonal^^ ouv.ution. VETERANLAWYER. Kr-pablicanprimaries were held yester^^day Jiut very little attention waa at^tracte l and tlie me.-un^s were without in^^cident. The deleBate^ elected are as fol- 'Fir-t Ward^Ben JV-n.-n. William Loray,^Louis UeLestry. Harry Tilden, John Horsky.Ml Pa^ib^T **trt' Klce-^John Wick. mm*mm* ^ I^- Weed. M. Rock-^man C. P. Van Wart. ^. Y. Butler, K.^Hilu^n. .1. a Walker. T. B. Jackiuan. L.^Latur. 11 KelloUK, H. B. Palmer. ThirdWard^B. K. Woodman, W. C.^Pardelliarj. ^. Bohm. S. W. Barker, Joseph^tians. John II. Lynch. C. H. snei:. T. M.^Lather. ^i. U. Freeman, D. 15. Carpenter. FourthWard^Kicbard Barden, J. P.^W.-ninaD. A. J. Fis*. T. 11. KleinM-hmidt.^\ C. Ifc.tain. W. A. Chessman, W. K. Sa...

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