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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 6 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MOKNING. NOVEMBER ^ 1881). 8 THENATIONAL LEAGUE TheTitle of the Ball Association^the Players Have Organired^For Next Year. Arbitrary Rules and Selfish^^ness of the Old Combination^Dilated Upon. TbrBrotherhood Forced hj lll-Trealaienl Ul^l il. Ihr Pinl Mote II.. KimI Meeting. NewYork, Nov. I^.^ The coututel of the^Brotherhood of Hiine Hull Players Iihh made^public a statement dt-finiiiK thl'ir position^toward the national league. Keferriii^, to^their intention to embark in huMiieHs for^ib.emt*eives next year, an explanation of the^reason* is made which says in part: ^There^wan a time when the name of the league^^tood for integrity aud fairness. To-day it^atands for dollara and centa. Once it looked^to the elevation of the name and an bout ht^^xhibitiou of sport. To-day ita eyes are^upon the turnstile, Men have come into the^business with no other motive than to^exploit it for every dollar in siul.t. IIuIch^originally intended for the ({nod of t...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: EIEU5NA. WEDNESDAY MOIJNING. NOVEMBER 6, 1889. THEINDEPENDENTl: tkkl^^ of M MM inPTIOM IMIjr.Hj Mail. One Year M I)ail. H^ Carrier. Per Muiitli l.^^^V^Wkl^ . Oae tear *-uu Iteimttaneiwat rink of mibacriljor luulowi^n.vl. Iiy r-'^i-i-T.-i l.-tt.T. iti.ik.ur |k^^uI or ei-^^rma onl.-r i*^ahlo lo TIh^ lml^-|^'UcU)iit I'ubliah- iD(^.;^;^ {*/IVraua* itmiri-ul Tlir Islltl'SNUSNT ^TT.^I^at U^ir li'imw or |iiao.^ of hii^iiii^^, can unler hy^p^^.tAl rar.1 or thro.urli telephone No. IIW. Hm^report of imariilar .Iclivery pruniptly. Ailvfrtiwm^iitq, to in-ur-M prompt iowrtiuo.^^houl 1 !^^ ti.iu.I.-i in l^f.ire -i p. m. d-jnete,!roiiiiiriiiic atioim not rediruwl aiilesa^p.mtat'. in ImImmL HELENA,mont., nov. 0, Hk-j. wIII Rl I III I.I II I I.li s. Itis time for plain s|*-eeli and Midi^that are not minced. There are times wllL'11It tllllV In- ttcll enough to H|K'llk of itspade as ^u nearly rectangular Made of^iron with h handle,^ and tin- rejection of^-^inflection return iih ^...

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. — 6 November 1889

m THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESbA V MOKNMN J}. NOVEMBEB 6 1880. MONEYAND REAL ESTATE EasternCapital That is to Be Brought^Helena Next Year for Investment. to MontanaMen Want Big Intereat-^Eaatern Men Will Take^Six Per Cent. lauio l'ropi^ri^ to he LraMrd fur Loug^Terms mill llti-Jium to be Mure OMtnMMA Theretil entite market in Helena ban^lakeu a decid d cuaii ;e of tout- within the^uaHi mniitli. List uprmK everybody who^hud | few dollarn went ill for NiK'i'iilution^and in nearly every cane ^ood profits were^realized. Hut these Hpeculatioiis were^made uioHtly liy Hindi inoiiied people. The^change that haa taken place coimiata of^placing money for iiivi-ntiui'iit and not for^^peculation, and eastern capital is yoing to^1h) invested. Within the year Helena haa^witnessed the en etion und completion of a^million dollars'worth of l^uilditu^^, which^have not heeu included in the assessment^roll of 1HH11. This represents a lare,o amount^of btiUUnf and people IliiVi' BfMM tlleir^eves ...

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. — 6 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MOHNING, NOVEMBEB 6,1889. ROYALTYON FOUR FEET. Youngstersat the Palo Alto Stock^Farm Raised Like Princes^of the Blood. BabiesTaken Into a Sawdust Ring^and Put Through Their Paces^by Trainers TteWhip IsMaai i tmt sai Mm ^ ^^!^^^tinrr ^w-uldrtl or r^rl|{li*rlir^l^sun. ill - lll-lor^. Whydo tueav California lirtxl boraea,^both trotters mid rnunerH, develop huch trn^nu ndoun speed at au early hup, and then re^^tire for tin- rest of tlwir Iivcm^ Tbatih a qui-Htion tint has Urn put to^MJMf hSMMMM of Mil i^ tli1' country, I.lit^not one weiiia utile to answer it, say* the^(MtlSS Herald. A K^ntl^ inaii, a horse^fancier and now and then a liuyer at the^California hiUch, Ix-iiitf much interested in^the phenomenal trottcra that come from^that region, went down to 1'alo Alto to M^the famouH Stanford breeding farm. Talkdi nit princeMimd princewtcHof effete^mouaruhieH liriiitf reared ill velvet and fed^rom Hold spoons the nearest approach to thatin thin gnat...

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. — 6 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: IIELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1889. 7 STANLEYSLAST LETTER. TheExplorer on His Way to the^Coast After Some Terrible^Experiences. EminRescued from Captivity by^the Dauntless American and^the Enumy Defeated. Napplle*to I^ Hurried Forward lo Hie^Kipedllioii. Whlrli Will Rraeh^^ 11 ih / .i i.in In 1 !^^^'^^ in lie r. IxiNUon,Nov. fi.^Muckiimuu, the liend of^the Kiuin relief committee. has received a^dispatch from Henry M. Ktimley. The ex^^plorer says: ^I reached Alliert Nyanfa^from Hunalaya for the third time in 140^daya, nnd found Emin and Jephw.n had^both been yciMMM since Au^. 1H, The^troop* in the equatorial province had re^^volted and shaken off all nlU-K'ianw. Shortly^aft. r the Miilulis.s invaded the province iu^fall force. After the find battle in May the^utationH yielded and a imnic struck the^nutivea, who joined the invaders and^a wo sled in the work of destruction.^The iuvaders subsequently Buffered re-^verm*. 1 deapatchetl a steamer to Khar^^to...

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. — 6 November 1889

8 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER ^^, lbbO. APRINCE IN DISGUISE, HeCan Make All the Gold and Dia^monds He Wants, But Pre^^fers Not to Do so. Alchemistin Rags Who Pre^^tends He Can do Many^Wonderful Things U^ MMBMMl U^ ^ Pawnbroker Which I.the (iiunr ...' IIt. -^^!^^ IntoAir Aque.r old character, wlm ih well known^in Helena l.\ sight, if not \^y MM, iH la-^king a vacation in tut- east, the first time lie h.'txmm out of tiK'wt-Ht imt mm for thirty yearnSam Kails makes bis.'ipiienriinci'upon^our streets IMBl MM every four uionllm. A^little, lean, wrinkled and l^nt mini, grey^hair, grey heard, small, keen, dark ^n v^^yes, cheap clothes in the lust stage of^threadlmriiiesH. a gray comforter worn^around the neck summer and winter, and^aretio overshoes worn the hottest diiv in^August M wi ll M the MMM day ill Jiinn-^ary, oanpli it n the description of a tpia1111^and rurioiiH mini, known I^ v few, hut those^that do know him, know him to he a mini of^worth and nhtli...

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. — 7 November 1889

ftu Helena VOL. XXX.-NO. 287. HELENA, MONTANA. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS HARRIS. Oi-Price,HhiMi CLOTHIER.ST. LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTRKBT Itin not oft^^ you can hear of a deal^^or ii the Ready Made Hrticle of Cloth^ing issue h Challenge to the Custom^Tailors to equal with their work the^ataxw of goods he is selling, hut here ia^an occasion where you ( an see it. Takea stroll alsiut our city, examine^the Suite you see your friends have^worked a month to pay for; look at the^apeoimens displayed at the tailor shops,^.nd then come down to our store; and^if we aan't discount them in STYLE,^In PIT, in APPEARANCE, in TKX^TURE, and in PRICE, we will aeknowl^edge the corn, cancel our advertising^contracts and retire from business YoufooliBh men 1 who have been pay^in* $!^0, tOO and $70 for a Suit of Clothe*,^^oma and see what we are offering for^anywhere from $22 to t35, and we will^ftiarantee you will regret your reckless^WasVa of Wealth, and hereafter buy^your OUthin...

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. — 7 November 1889

VKMMI THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7 1889. FUTUREOF DEMOCRACY. SenatorVest's Able Review of the^Great Issues Now Before^the Nation. ThePolicy Advocatod by Proui-^dent Cleveland Sure to^Sweep the Country lljiri-nn. X.hi.ilil-li.illi.n Ik* rr^|M-rly of MmBmm4 aih^^ ami Mm Paaaaaa^a. MlMliMlur*t.. Itik not pos-iMc toanticipnte tin- contui-^gciii'ics wliioh mav confront rmv potMaal^piirtx in tin'countrv witli ho large ^n area^an ours, where new inter,-tn and conse-^qm ntlv new antagonisms arc1 oustautlv l^^ -^uig developed, mill where .nflni r. often^lashed to fury by prejudice mid passion, or^corrupted in many parts l^y money or p.it-^MMgB, IMMlni'h the issue, says Senator^\est in the Noith Aim rii-iin K.view. An^II litUtll MM ^-i.lit^'inpl.it 1-1.1, a eriiis illl- pruridadlot, m.iv, of course, wr.-uk totfr^time tile fortunes of anv parly. I'Ut we are^not necessarily left to conjecture ttH to Mm^ultimate effect ot such nnsfoi tuue. PollU-^oal parties liave 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. — 7 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7 1889. 8 THEIRISH GIANTESS. Deathof the Fattest Woman Ever^on Exhibition in Any Ameri^^can Museum. Foroedto Choose the Poor House^or the Stage. She Preferred^the Latter HowSim W^i \Voo.^l ami Won l^^ Hie^Whll^,-lli^aili^l Albino Frr*k^ Coror^(limp Now. Mm.Annie l*ncp, one of the fattent wi^-^mu erer ituiiwn iu h liowery niUHeoiu is^dead, says the New York Herald. 8he^paused irt it late on Friday ni(jht, wi'iKhiiiK^only M pounds, harmR fallen away no^much within the laat year that ahe thoUKht^herself quite a li^ht weight. Five yenra ti^o^she tipped the Iteam at ^^ pounda, whicli^was her best record. DeputyCoroner Donlin visited the^^freak's^ wretched home at No. 1!^ Bayard^^treet, one flight np, yesterday afternoon.^He fonnd the body lyint; sideways in the^largest iee-liox the undertaker could pro-^oarc. It had liocn with difficulty not into^the box. The cover was raised fully a foot^from the top. l^r. I^.mliu ascertained that...

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. — 7 November 1889

TIIIODAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1889. t-prj-pj ^t r\p t\t* ^i r\r* I Mana brethren in not having n Bin^lnL 1 IN ULrLiN 1J LIN 1 Pinlurtoo to share their obloquy with nunor wbmciuptioii Daily.By Mail. obj YearMl Daily.By OarrW, Par MobU . Weekly,DM Year*^^* Kainittamwaat ttn^ ri^k of ^iil^wriliw ruulaa* maiiriiy n-i{i^t'*rrel letter, el^. ^r postal or ei- prwaaunler paralil* to Tli* luil^i*u^l^nt i'ulilisli-^IDtf ' ^ ; i. . {WlVraoiisiriittr Tint lOMMM ^^^'^ai tla-ir home* or places of liusiness can onler by^postal rar.l M tliro'itfli teli'phoim No. IIW. MH^reisirt raw* of irnwular ili'livery promptly. .Vlvertivini'MlH.to in-un- prompt insi.rliou^^tumid !^^ Iiareli^l in la-lore a p. ill- HejxcUxlcommimicatioiw uot rotsMSi uulwm^poviaov li iii' lox-l. HELENA.Mt)NT, NOV. 7, IMfc .11Mt \\ ii \ i n m i \n^. TheImihi i.Miim luridly assert* that that^iMiaril Mrpatnaad ^ fr^n^i. sal ImU the linnit ftWlsrtll i l^ i t' ll shell in vi r take^their wilts. Dm s tin-...

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. — 7 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TIIUUSDAY MOBKINQ, KOVEMBEB 7 1889. HOWTO MAKE MONEY. AHelena Detective Has a Scheme by^Which He Expects to Ac^cumulate a Fortune. ImpartsHis Information to Several^Settlers Who Own Land^anil Gets Their Views Abar Hi i..i. Itriclatrr l-HiiRlmriir Whlrli HatIMmM ^ niUmIIi AMm*^Mm i in- BM N^1 Vi't. TkoIttu.l v me of Urns* v^. K.-nck. which^hiw attract J eonaideriibli' attention. Htill^limit* its Blow h-iiKth hIoiik before the^reni^ut. VeHterday'a priKJeodiUK* were in-^tertirtiiit;. in iismui'li an Mr. Siiupw^a whs the^subject. Mr. Siiniwoii mid the Httorueya on^tha other hide have respect for each other.^MtMwJ is a full report of yenterduy'a^proceedings: JohnW. O'Neil beiiitf CHlled M witnesH^for claimant is sworn aud testilied as fol^^lows: IStuteyour naiue. ^Ke, place of business^and residence^ Myname is John W. O'Neil, am 40 years^old and live at East Helena: it is my post-^office uddress, and am a farmer. Whatexperience have you had in irri-^Kiitiny ...

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. — 7 November 1889

I) THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TttUK8DAY MOKNING, NOVEMBEB T.l88a THEVALLEY IS ScottQuinton. Manager of the Daly^Stable. Will Winter in the^Bitter'Root Was It the Owner of^Who Was Dupod by^Lord^' NevadaMy Npnaanr'.mm* Irulm-rMiilif^ ^^ ri'-^l IUMi.nl Varlolla MMM ^^^Turf. Tbfiwwan IM lit tl.i- Hairpin vi iirluiK^aide at Hunt's I'ullil I^*1 summer says Ills^N^-w York SimrtMii.ui. in id il tin M^^ 1 v.unp^limiting Dian ^rbu bought Hie large l^l^*k .if^fuuii^'HUTH for Mr. Miin-iiH l)nlv, nf Ma*^^tatia, iiiiionu llinu tin- Mutid Hampton^IftLflBt)aaat, MawaalaaM lja*aae^,Mm^trotting driver iintl MMflaf luflUf. Ml^in Ins iiiirclmw uf lioraenVi.li. Mr. guintoii^bas Is-en in ^ iilid'iiiia MMl of tin full with^Milne nf Ills il ml Mr. Daly's trotters. He^will Iimvi' San Francisco fur Hitter Knot^Vallev. Montana, early BNl month, iind wintertin rr. Than baa ba*a) ^ general u^-^^raaioaithatlii^ iawaaa would stay mi Mm^ramieotNut, imt Mr. Uaiatoat^ahaaiaallyt ^No,the, ^ill not. *;t\Hrill Thewi...

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. — 7 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1889. 7 HKITISH COLUMBIA MNE8. MnDtsniiI'r.^iwrlont I-ook Thcui 0^er,^Hut ^rv Null.fl^Hi With Our Own.^OaaiT Faixa, Nov. ii.-lS|^*ial.|-Frank^E. Miller, the well known miner, Uaa re^^turned here from Hritiali Columbia, utter a^Iouk u^ur iu nut Bt of ^old mine*. Miller^aays: ^We atartiil from Windermere, the^bend of HH Columbia river iu liritiab Col^^umbia, and came from Columbia Lakes^through the Vermillion I'bbh to silver I'lty,^on the Bow river, iu Northwest Territory,^We have been plMpMliBfl since April. We^went up the Columbia iu a huihII bout, leav-^inu Joe Heal), who ia well known anionic^Montana mines, am lk.w river- We found^one or two ledges of copper and silver^on Cross riv.-r in British Columbia. We^looMd f-.r L 'Id placers, but found none.^We met many ludiauH liuiitiiiK and fouud^plenty of mae^utic mid hematite iron ore^and black mica. These were at the head of^b e river. We traveled ulxiut I^l miles mi^foot. Th...

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. — 7 November 1889

8 jj|y DAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. Till KHDA^ MORNING, KOVEMBEB 7.1880. GENERALMINING Iflft. Talk of Establishing a Mining^Stock Board and Exchange^in Helena. Visitto a^Offlo* - WellEquipped Mining^- - Impressions that^Wore Made rtoaltouniy ^^^! ata* ^^Haai ,,,r Ih* Kulur* ^urfi^' I'tfklll|r^. 1'h.re haa Imn-m o.nsidi r.il^l^-1 ilk lately of npaWmn ^t^^ck MkM^i ^^ imi city. Whether it would prove h paying in^^titution there - ronaideriilde doiilit, but it^would have femure* ahont it tlint would^am.ii t many people of h m|^'^'u1,'.iivi- turn^iiund, and that el.iaa of people eilata^Inri'e extent iii Helena. Diilililint;in htorliH in, unleas a person ih^on tin- ^inside^ a .-^ 111 LI - ii proportion,^and ih ^riicr.illv maiiipuliiti'd In MM and^brokers who want to irulil.li- tin- iMsaafl^money of |M-ople who desire to grow rich^suddenly. A mining ^ *^-11a11f^^ Iihh iIm ad-^rmitap h. Inn it* dis.nl vint'iyis in a place^like HsaMM or imr otln r M^in tin- majority wereeileil. The office refe...

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. — 8 November 1889

VOL. XXX.-NO. 288. HELENA. MONTANA. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS HARRIS. Wrice,Square-Dealing, CLOTHIER,8T. LOUIS BLOCK, MAIN8TRHKT. Itis ^o* often you csa hear of a deal^^r io the Ready Made article of Cloth^^ing iaane a Challenge to the Custom^Tailow to equal with their work the^class of Modi lie is selling, but here is^an occasion where you ran see it. Takaa stroll about our city, examine^the Suit* you Bee your friends have^worked a month to pay for; look at the^specimens displayed at the tailor shops,^Jul than come down to our store; and^if ws can't discount them in STYLE,^in FIT, in APPEARANCE, in TKX-^TURE, and in PRICK, we will acknowl^edge the corn, cancel our advertising^contracts and retire from business. Youfoolish men ! who have l^een pay^^ing 150, WO and 670 for a Suit of Clothe*,^eorae and see what we are offering for^anywhere from 822 to 9Xi, and we will^guarantee you will regret your reckless^Waste of Wealth, and hereafter buy^jmt Clothing from...

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. — 8 November 1889

TTIKDAILY IN DEPENDENT) HELENA. K HI DAT MORNING. NOVEMBER 8 1889. NEWWORLD DISTRICT. Plentyof Water and Vast Areas Cov.^ered With Timber for the^Mine and Smelter. Whilethe R^at of Montana Wl^Parched, Horo Were Gush^^ing Streams lb. LMN t^i lir I iMMit'tl from tin*^(tuition nl r^.r^-^,t^ llnw Nuliir**'^Ki-.i imil- IN hHMNi Om*IHi^ IwlMH ^f ti^^ Kaw Wii id diHlrictin its intrusive dt u-r |..rents of^pinr. fir und Kprurc, with hi re and there a^p:itcli ^f intiM'iiR, willo^^ ^^r iilcli rs. Iron,^the t^|W of tiiti mount ii ins ilhout Cook^City uue can see a v .st urea of mountains^and v.illi vs i-.imn-.l with il .rk thick foii sts,^save Hie niikrii mountain |n-akn and here^and there a miiin11 prairie, on the mountain^alone* ml in the narrow valleys. Tinse f ins1* continue for twenty miles^^otlie wist down Sid.i liutie cm k, tad ful^fifty miles along tin mountain ^lopMtO^ltt-.ir ereek, and for Unity miles noith^^loan ^'o Snowv moaatailM and down the^Stillwater ami tin- Hose Hud, and 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. — 8 November 1889

THEDAILY INDKl'EXDENTi HELENA. I HI DAY MOliNIKG. NOVEMBEIt 8 1880. THEKENTUCKY WARFARE. JudgeLewis Says the Recent Stories^of the Howard-Turner Feud^are Untrue. OnlyTwo Fights and the Casual^^ties Not Very Large--The^Howards on the Run -farrtbleShooting Affray Between NrR-roea,^to Whlrh a Washington Policeman^I .^^.^^^ IIU LMk. Lot'WTiLLt.Nor. 7.^The Courier-Journal^baa rewired a letter from Jud^e Lewis of^Harlan county, re^ardim^ the recent^trouble* there, in which he anya the reporU^hare l^een greatly exaggerated. October 19^John Howard vu shot at by Finlay Smith^for some reason. Howard, who ig a brother^of the notorious Wilson Howard, instead of^waiting for the authorities to deal with^Smith, sent word to his brother to oome^and help him take revenue on the citizens^of Mount Pleasant. Wilson Howard ap^^peared on the scene the next day with a^poHse of seven men and whs^joined by Benjamin Kpurloek aud^party afterwards. They announced^their intention to take ixwsession of the^oourt...

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. — 8 November 1889

i THEDAILY INDEPENDENT* HhLENA. FlilDAT MOUNING. NOYEMHER 8, 1880. THEINDEPENDENT |work that u robbed ami wrontfed peo- |llltare Hskcd tlllliclv to submit nounor ^^! mctarnon PS.fiUHW,Nnh Umihu.iv ^t th^ ri^k i.f ^ul^-nril^er [unlaw^ia^l^^ by r^vi^t*r*l l-u-r. cliwk, or p.^l^l or ^^!-^piw^or,W1.. I'ltf lii.li-p.-u.lunl Publish- ins^ 'i.mjwuij. {nw^iti* .i^*irinic fM Inuipenueni ^r^^l^^t th*ir bMii nr \^\^r^* ^^^ bucinonB r^ti orlor lij^penpal .*M t.r tlir.t.urh tt-lfptiuno No. HKi. IMw^r.oori ^*.^^ of irrntfuUr itttfM prompt I). A.lrertiwmont. to iu^ur^ prompt inwrtioii.^.!,..^ !^^ Iiati Wt in '^ t^r^ I I'- ^' M)MrtMwwlMMiM Mwiriha po*tw i* iut IomhI. HELENA,MoNT.. NOV. IM lin LABCRNV Ol \ ^l (l I . Ht.PaulClolie: Words arc inadequate^t^i portray the. infamy |ier|iet rHted by tin^^Montana canvassm,' board yesterday in^countino in tint defeated K-^ii-lativ^^^candidates from Silvor How county. Itwitt^o mi nook) hmHio boldest, the moothie;h handed, iiml KM most^1 Will nil J o\ Inbit io...

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. — 8 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. Fill DAY MOKNIN'J, NOVEMIIKR 8 L880. 5 THEWmm HIS GIRL Advertisesfor a Wife, Receives an^Answer to His Proposal From^a German Girl. SheComes to Helena But Finds^Out She Has Been Deceived and^Finds Work TkaRnrun MUM Hi- llopi s of Winning a^llrldv Who in ^^lulu rule and Hani^Hvnrtnl to II i m BhmiiVan Schroeten in h noU-d charac-^acl*r in Montana. He is an old tinier, hav^^ing InnUetl at Virginia City twenty-three^yeura nun. 1'lie liarou liad no money hut a^({rent deal of pride. He came to Helena^and took up a ranch ulmut eleven mil^H^from the city. 1'he h.iron had nothing to^commence life with except n good onHtitu-^tion. He had been fired from home and^frienda. and hin pMflt had juat gtVM him^enou^U money to live on comfortably, and^l^, intf ^ little wider than hia people, con^^cluded to take up a ranch and live there the^remainder of hia day*. The Imron was a^tuniv tMBftBMB wh.-n he reached Montana^bul exceaai a warn hrouuht him down to a^shadow. He h...

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. — 8 November 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, FBlDAY MOHNING. NOVEMBEB 8. 1889. E;0F The Men of To-day Much Like^Those of Twenty or Thirty^Years Ago SomeOld-Time Occurrences in The^^atrical and Business Life^Brought to Mind In inlh^ t'h|^'ra of Tltoa.^ Wlilrh^Mlklii Apulj Ui Hi. rra-aitit Tim*. Inmankind advancing ToI* surf, the turn of to-day utijuv more^eomfitrta and have the resources of a murr^prrftft civilization than thr Ml of twenty^years ago, 01 even ^ if ten ycara ago Ijiit for^all that t h.-^ aeem to In- very much the same^km.I of mi ii. wiv* tin- iMrmt tin hM^The World progress*, hut liumaii nature^reiiianiM the Hamc Lookingthrough tho papers of thin week^In Oclol.er, in the year l*7!l. We find that^the theatrical uttrartions in New York were^Kindfy's Knehantinent, My Partner, The^M. re liant of Venice, aa played l.v Hand-^mann, and I'inafore. Capoiil wan the lead^ing teimi. 'Ihene plays u..uld draw pre^sjaalj aa w II now. Mary Anderion'H^bnaiiicoiH iiianau'er w is ahot l^y FlofMM^Mrl)....

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