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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 12 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUEfcDA * MORNING, NOVEMBER 12 1880. 8 NOTVERY DANGEROUS. AnarchistsAll Over the Country^Commemorate the Hanging of^Their Comrades. TtoeMeeting at Chicago a Tame^One and Marked by Little^Enthusiasm Mm.FtrMin'^ l^l^|^lay of ^ Keil Flag Hie ii.i RMaMa ImMnI tiip mi^- sonriContingent. ftair(m-^, Nov. 11.^The anarchist memor^^ial oelehrat inn was very tame. Iu fmM llif^only notcworthe incident wan furnished by^Mrs. liucy Parsons, who, m dt'llanw of the^police prohibition of n il flat's, hum* one^from tlu^ window of utr residence. A ihi-^lioeroaii wan sent to notify her to Ml it^down. ' t^is is a free country.^ said Mrs.^Pamms: ^Why can t I wave the flan of my^doctrine^^ ^Hi-ciinse my order* are to^pull it down,^ and without further parley^he tore down the flan and took it to the sta^^tion. Theday at Waldheim cemeter^ w..h raw^andoold. tnm a crowd ottmthoBMM^last year the attendance had dwindled^down to lean than two thousand, ami of thm^numlier jot a few we...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 12, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT Krnnittauosa^t Ui^ risk i^r MBBaHBaf ,'unl.s.s^io-vI. Ii^ rBifi^l^'n^l Mter. rlm'k, or i.-.-ul or ei-^prw* unlnr nayalile '^^ Tin- lii^li'|n^niliiul l'ublisli-^ina ' MMaO| i taii'iTMiriK iMiriag Ttt InMMn wnmi attln-ir hNW ^f plants ^' basin^^* can ^^r^inr liy^postal car.l or tBNagB t.'li'plioii^ N^. I^0. PbMBB^report HMi of irnvilar MhOtf promptly.^Advertisement*, t^i insure prompt insertion. MmoU!^^ aaaoai hi Mm k !^^ M Itfj^i tt^j commnni. mlion. uol rctiiru.^l uiiIhw p*i^t^t(f is ImImA HELENA,MONT. NOV 13, LMO. on.LROIaLA It'll R.^^i(^T. T^*)lu lias called tlif legislature:^to But OMfl week from iif\1 Saturday^This will briMg to a crisis tha politico]^bmImUom tiiitt iiuvu Mm hMMMlUkJ^for Mm liint fort) dais aod tha paopbi nf^the h1 i^t^^ fur tin- lirst Um will fully raMprafoaodto what it pass Mm uaurpa timihiifpomf, Um uvcrturnuin ^f IMM^and Um ilcliniM c of miij'irity rule have^broMgol Um BMohliMfj...

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. — 12 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MO If XIN NOVEMBKIt 12 1889. TWONOTABLT DIVORCES. TheFirst Decree Granted in the Ter^^ritory and the First Under^Statehood. TheyBoth Originated in the Cap^^ital Cities---Bannack and^Helena lli. I ii-i I ^ fl-lalurf (.iHiitril OM^Jadlte \\ . II. limit lounl Hi* l^^-^NM in Hit* i 'i I., i .l.ni'i Hunt Imm-BlaliliKlu d i.r ciifurced it^lie* prtwdint in tlt'iiliiiK with JiMiriN chwh.^lleritulurt it kM ^'^'^ ^ HH Hiuiiilt'Kt m.it ti i^iu the wurlil i^^ ..lil'iin a iliHHulutioii ^^f the^uiutriuioiiial Im.ihIh. tin' nlleKntiiiim ^f tli^-^plHililllI txtefl ari.i^l.a us fact. Judye^Hunt will ri.niin that the rfkgMlni i^l-^I, y.d hhall U MmkaMWi '^y other testi-^uiuin than that of the plaintiff. The^JirHt divone MM under Htateh.x.d^wan called y.-Hterday. it baton the^Ml ^f Lucy C.pher M, Frank Oapto*.^The lirxt divorce MM in Montana territory,^in 1*4 im recorded in the History of Mon^^tana, uud the urmitinK of the decree who^quite novel. The record of the...

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. — 12 November 1889

8 THEliAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MOUNING. NOVEMBER 12,1880. REDEEMINGTHE REDS. CommissionerMorgan Outlines His^Plan for Civilizing the Wards^of the Nation. ThoyMuat Work and the Rifling^Oenoration Oiven the Bene^^fits of Education h.i . llu.Uin'. IU|x^rl of Ihe ^ ^^^^.!I^^11 mi of National PlMMM at the^l l.^r of llir Hh^ ^l Vear WimiiN'tTon,Nhv. 11. C% mi in tHHit *nar '^f^Indian MTuirx MaQPaV m lux annual re-^piirt, sayn )^^' entered BBaa the ^i:-.^ I. m.if^MM dutHM^ uf hm poult inn with some at mild^^ly cherished conviction*, which In- rpit'i ImmMImm I'^' mmmmIhi i^^iti'iii heretoforeoccupied Iit the Indiana cuiin.'t^niui li lunger 1^ maintained. TIM Inu'ic 'if event*dolll.iti.l~ till- llliM.r|ill.^ll ^f llli iii diaiiHumtiinml fee, wit hh iiii Indian, lull iih^mi American citizen hh mm hi iih wme m^^iwr^^tiMii will warrant it. Tim relation- at^lb- 1' I .n tn tin- government iiiiihI ri nt Hal^idly upon the full recognition ^f lux mdi-^Tiduiility. Kuril Imliuii hi entitled ...

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. — 12 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MOliNlNO. NOV I'M IIKit 12. THEKANGAROO TRADE, ExtensiveUtilization of the Hides^of the Animal by Shrewd^Americans. WeHave a Monopoly and Foreign^Buyers are Forced to Buy^From Ua. Ha ^^.^ tlie A*^ ^ ibij^I Ilanicemiis, *'*ry^I'rollalilc lluviiifs* Tin- Tannery^ui Newark. N. .1. IMvMmmJvmtXt There are MM kaunarsj skins received in Newark, N. J^every Week. Tiny ^re tanned ^' M^Inr^v establishment on Sussex avenue, and^are thai made into line slims. Australia^and New Zealand furnish aiuiKar.ni hid^for the world. Tin- UiiKHrooH are killed in^Aualridm als.utmil'-^ Ma* from tho coai-land arc flipped from Mellsiurue^Sydney mid Newcastle, in Australia, and^from Mustcrtoii. in New Zealand. I pto lHtKI^the Uau^ariMiK were killed and eaten in Aus^^tralia, and their hides Ml into sins strings^Hut au EnglUhman named lirov.ii u^thai Ml llaKHilOfeil the r. inarkahle charac^^ter of the h it her. and drought ^.veral^thousand skins to thm country. He^tried fc^ se...

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. — 12 November 1889

s IUK D ULY INDEPENDENT. HELENA. TUESDAY MOUNING. KOVEMBEB 12, issu. BELLFIRED THE BALL. WasWell Aimed for it Went^Through His Heart, Killing^Him Instantly. WhiskyCards Morphine and^Woman are Foat ures of the^Story Itrlxut^ l^i ^ ,.. . lllnn Ilr Kill- Mill,II^to 4 .old thf ' Ml- ^^' Mm Law. AiKitbcrchapter iif tlif iiM Htory nf ^lus^kry, women and cnrila wiih tininli^ ^t (it the uicidHitioutti wt w. it. ih-u. lit Mm Onmi IVntralhotel in thin city yiKtcrilny iiftir-^unoii. Aa lirn lly told in Iiih own words, it^ih the end of h life ruined l^y diaaiprtiM^and iiiiafortiiiie and. aa tin- WMHttV^rirrniiiMtniii'iH mdinite, it w^^ hi* .mix^^iii uti* nf u.oiiliiin tin' cpii-^ i|ii^'in'^*h of ii^^^Mb ^ hi N^v. 1'Iti ll MM to theOron!^Central hotel and rvKiKtend hh Fred Ault,^of Oalrealon. Tenia. He aeeniad to have^no partimlm duaim-aa. tlnrajM he told aev^it.iI people tli.a In- m thinking of atari uik^a HI store in Hi 1^ tin. kaVtag already i-a-^HMUmnI branclira of that liu-itn-Ka in other^c...

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 November 1889

Watmi 6m vol. xxx. no. 292. .lena. montana. wednesday morning. november 13. 1889. price. five cents HARRIS. CLOTHIER,ST. LOUIS BLOCK MAINSTREET. FORCHURCH AND STATE. TheCatholic Lay mens Congress^Formulates the Platform on^Which it Stands. TheSecond, and Last Day of the^Meeting an Enthusiastic and^Interesting One 1)11)[T KVKK ST1KK Vol'^That your l.y year the habit! ^' R^pb^vary iw do tho Fashions I Time wan ,^when alxmt the only chance a man had^to get a Suit of Clothing without pay ing^four prices would bo to haggle for an^hour, and tinnlly a spirit of compromise^or fatigue induce the contending parties^to compromise. DifToronthero, and it is our pi.vud^honor to state wc were tho Pioneers in i^thin system of On Puick. We liave^gone ahead of any of our oomtwtitors, j^and mark all our goods in Pi.on Wttt^uhbH. True there are some of the ^How^Much Will You ^live^ class of clothiers^--those relics of barbaric clothing days^but their days are numbered; and ere^many moons have come and ...

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 November 1889

V TIIKDAILY INDEPENDENT) RELEXA. WDIJNESDAY MOBOTHG. NOVEMBEB 13 1889. KISSEDBY THE RECTOR. A Prominent Pastor of Gotham^Forced to Resign by the Church^Authorities. ThreeR.'imtable Women Say the^Reverend Gentleman Was^Too Affbetionato ||^ \,,1 ^^^^f M \i-^r^ anil I i.r KiKhlrru^ .'^r^ In ^1^i^tof^M y|.,ikV I'liares ^1 uroKH iiuiuuriility li^^^ hoen^(in f. rn d !^^ St. Murk'^ I'e.t. .l.mt Kpisco-^piil cliiirch iiu'iiiiiHt the i.it..r. It. ^. ^^^^wpli^ii. Bylnuoe, HU^1 lie ban resigned shep- hwiof thai lank. Dr.Mjriaaai baaaajaf. nl.lclooking mm ^f ,mtvliw mk for. iuli-^leell years Ii..m IiikI ch.ilg.' ^^t I*'^* ,^lu^been liH.ktil up in nil llmt liun- ^^^ ear^^nest ami sure. ^il ul ^ irki r. Dr.Ityl.un^ ih in i iiw d uf in.ikiii^ !^*^ t'i^bis M| anriataania ^^*W^j ajnnl NajanJ tuug^\ ^^in1 woman swears be kiMM-d bi-r^mill wanted b'-r to U^ ^^ Kunii* Willi blm,^another say- Mm iaM MtaaJ imc and^Mixed ber by tin- ankle. Nicholas yuiickcii^linn, Hie MMMtl Mt lli^' vehtry. in in turn mwal...

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. — 13 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, NOVEMBER 18 1889. 3 YOUNGMEN FOR WAR. TheDemocratic Victory In Iowa Not^the Work of the Old^War Horses. Nearly all the Workers in the^Campaign Men Under 35^Years of Age MarftMM Mnrh Worrlwl OlM MM^i .^r Mm iMWHb Itis the pMMMl PMMMJ MMMMJ ^^ clear-^Mi headed rueu in Iowa that Huh election is^Mu IxyinniuK Ml the downfall of MM repub^^lican rule iu thin state, says a I^es Moines.^Iowa. despatch. Thirty-four yearn ^^f con^^tinued control liaa debauched that party^until it was run by a ring at Pes Moiuea,^which not only reaulted in much profit to^ita nieinbera, but dictated nominations m^the state. Hutchinson's nomination for^Kuvsnmr waa the work of the same ring,^and the result of it has gone into history.^On the liquor question the party in ill a and^quandary. Ita laat platform mummied^flint prohibition ia MM set led policy of^the atat.-,^ and promised that its candi^^date*, if elected, would enforce it.^Laat Tuesday noted that prohibit...

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 November 1889

1 THEDAILY INDEPENDEHTi HliLENA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1889. THEINDEPENDENT llMiiittaui'MH^l lli^ rir-k nf nili^iTil^T [iinW anticiiy rt^^i^^T^l letter, i tk. or i^^t^l or ei- pnworderto Tlio ln.|. |^-n.l^-u( NMlaV las'' 'uni|*ii^. WlVr-m-l.~irinu I'iik ImitritXDEXT ^rr^l^m thrir humw or |ilai ^~^ ^f (Mininws can order by^^opUI card or tlinnwli l.'le|^hi^n^ N'^- l^^- NM^r^iH.n MM ..f irnirular deliver) |irnm|itl). AdvMru-'TiitMitt.to iitMim prompt insertion.^^ b.niM In* li.iri'1^1 iit i.'lore I ji. m. lt*jiH t'^l i-'itniiniriir^ti^iiii. nut returned unli.**^pucttu.'!' is BMSSSeOi HELENA,MuM ^ NOV. LI lM^;t. idn in ii \ s iii khonkImi i i \. Thetime has now mine when the re pttbUaMMi^f ManUMM must decsds whetherns ii p.'l rt.v lliev will sanction thecrimes OKiiinst the ballot committed^hy ^ tow dbeigaias scoundrels in theii UUIIIOK,llllil accept the frilltHnf II stolon^election, or whether ihtf will yield to^their own U tter impulses Ud refuse to |(IVccountenance, or lliori...

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. — 13 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WEDNESDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER 13 L88 5 AWELCOMETODR.TOWER ThePresident-Elect of Montana Uni^^versity Receives Greetings^From Helena Citizens. InterestingExercises and a Pleas^^ant Reception at St. Paul's^Methodist Church. PMSMlI Tow. ^ Hut 11 n. . i In Work of the^Nt*n l'nlvei-*ii^ unit tilv.'s (.lowing^l'ri^K|M-^ l^ lor lit t'ulurv Apnblic rwx-pti.ni to welcome Dr. K. 1'.^Tower, prwudrtit-eU-ct ^f ibt Montana uni-^vemily, MM MM ;tt St. l'.iul'a M. K. church^la-! evening. Tlie audience, tlioiufli of 1,'ood^propurtiuua would uiive been larger but for^the MMM weather. The diffi rent^^peaken eittudtd (feui rouswelcoiuea to tbe^new president ..iiJ promised tbeir heartiest^ayiupulby and eo-oper.it iou in tbe work lie^baH undertaken. Tbe ex.rciacH were^opened witb tbe aiiiKiiis,' of n hymn by the^audience. After reading a lairtion of the^acrii'tcrea Hev. Mr. Shannon of Bozeman,^offered prayer. It wan n|^cted that the^reception would lie opened with an iiddretw^...

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. — 13 November 1889

6 HIE1^A1LY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. WKDNESDAV MOKNIN(i, NOYEMBEB 18.1889. HERMITOf THE PLAINS. ASingular Character Who Lived All^Alone In a Hut Near Fort^Worth. Texas Hla Aversion to Strangors, Es^^pecially Gormana. One of His^Peculiarities Mpi-..i of ^ P.m. rfnl Fmiill). wii|(|m-r.l^tot ^^^^ ll.;nl -lt^-ro|{nl^-ll l^T^An Ai i|u^lnt^nce. Karl*m tin- spring .if tlio prewlit year n^oertam gentleman wiimn 1 shall cull Heir Ij1 whm Wilt t.l l^ 1hh I.V '^ MVIHllCHlf of Hermannebleiiieii. wlio wi re isafeNM uf in^^festing in land for tlie paqaBM ^if intnli-^lisbinfcr hii nteiwi^e ranch, ^^) a Fort Worth. In . letter. Herr h Stopiieilin I'orl W..rtli f^r n ff^ tin^~. nn.l^hearing4av^rnlile MMMMof tli. MMMf]^lying northwest of Huh city. MM^prwased with the idea that he would find^there h MUltahle locution for the |iro|h.h^d^ranch. He wished to visit the sections he^thought of purchasing, and your MfM^^poll.lent, M atenl for Hie lloiiHtoli A Inns^Central, which owned the land*. MM ^|^-^pointiil...

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. — 13 November 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMIJEU 13, l88s). 7 PABLO!HASK BALL. tayetawitiaiiie With lustructlona How to^I'lay II With ^ *nl^. Thearticle in the Sunday lVwt-lMapatch^of several Sunday* a^o ou the SSM of^parlor bane ball ha* attracted much int. '-^wl, auJ as a result of it another name in^given, also of the baae hall character, which^will help to pawl the lou^ evening* at home^ami help entertain ^Ue^t^. Tulaeeooud pM ia heat when playcil by^one or three |ier*m^ on a aide, but it may^be pluyed by any number from one up to^nine on a aide. The neceaaary art idea are^two puck* of cards, a lead pencil and a alieet^of paia-r. Out ^f these two packs of cards^7 acea, 7 tlire. s|^^ts. l\ kings. 4 queens, 1^knave and two uve-s|*its are to be put aside^and are not used in the pjBSM, The valuta^of the curds are as follows^Ac* . Home i an.^hii.x...I I^ htt UuH.ru'J-Utse Int. Jackl-luiM. bit Ten-tpoUKane ^li Isills. fileimi4Daubl* i^a^. Two-spotStrike-out K.iir-s|s^t llaa...

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. — 13 November 1889

IIFIVE YEAR CONTRACT. TheWater Committee Makes a Re.^port, the Contract Read, But^No Action Taken. IUK DAILY INDEPENDENT. iH.I.I N A. WKUNKSDAV MOBNING. XOVKMHKIt 13, las!). SPECIALSALE Spocial Mp^'tinff Will be Held^Friday and tho Contract^Discussed ffkaHaanl ^f llrallh In AHM anil Hli-k^Full !!^ |m.rt uf l.itst Miclil'o^i ...in. n ^^ ^ 11 hi; Thi-city fathers h^-M I \^mu and uiimtir^oxtiDK w-Hriinii lust niylit. It tana ri|^-'ti .|^tliat tin w ill r question tamild Im- ills|sistsl^of but it Ml not MMMMi Any iIim iib-^^iou mi tin1 (MititniRt ^^h |hhI|k^ih-iI until^uett Friday e^eninn. win ^ as|srni! meetiiiK^will In licld. The remtriii-t was read, Imw^aver, Hlid I synopsis ^f what it in will M^/mind in tin- iinMwedniKK. Ah it stninls it^limm the ootinolidttted ouuipany a livi- yi ur AtDM ImI MMI ^f tin- MMMil I Kind^di-nl uf tun wmh |sikid lit tin- Ininril uf^health nod It was SUKKt-stisJ thiit 11 w arch^warrant In- swum nut for tin- pMfJM H^HndiiiK tlial Inaly. IIn- Umrd liad nut^...

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. — 14 November 1889

VOL. XXX. NO. 293. HELENA, MONTANA. THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 14. 1889. . FlvE CENTS *' (RICE HARRIS. CLOTHIER, ST.LOUIS BLOCK, MAINSTREET MDIT EVER STIKE fOI)^That year by year the habits ^f 1V'p!c^vary M ilo the Fashions^ Time whh^when Mltuut the only chance a man had^U) get a Suit of Clothing without paying^four prices would be to liable for an^hour, and finally a spirit of compromise^or fatigue indue* the contending parties^to compromise Differenthere, and it is our proud^honor to state we were the Pioneers in^this system of Onk. Prick. We haw^Hone ahead of any of MM MMBfMit^^rs,^ami mark all our gtasls in Pi.tin I'm^^ ukh. True there are HMM of tfct ^How^Much Will You tiive^ class of clothiers^^those relies of barbaric clothing days^^but their days are niitnlieriMl, and ere^many moons have come and gone they^will I* laid away and have joined the^silent majority. Buttalking' of changes. Dontcher^know it is time tochange your Overcoat^^lias not this storm suggested to you the^pr...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. TUUJtHDAY. MORNING. NOVEMBER 14 1889. GREATFALLS TheYoung City Striding Rapidly^Ahead as a Manufacturing Center. Important Industries That Will^Soon Be Located in the^City ItaklrtHi.lI'r'ij. il- I n.I. i ^ uii-iili-rHliun^lllu HmMh hii.I RHimr)^it. KalahllelesaV i.i QMMKai.i*. N'iv. i:t. -|S|it-ciiil.| TaM^tirMt t'iiui|ihi' .-f OimI Mta to batsllj in av^MOMt In- StNMe1 I '^ impressed mUk Mm^vigorous life nf til. y.iiuii; tin tr..|Hills. 41^^ter ^ ride i^( hundreds uf sj||M from l'^'^^Ml over mi iiliii.nl inil.nikeii kHatt of rnuii-^try Li^ tram ihsiiiI.1i nly whirled M i^work uf HWilrln s ,^ ,\ei. .1 with h.ti^ hues of^MfiMJ MrM trains, mid in a MMM4 in..ifthe bm ^'i'v Um baton tii^j^. IMm MM..lt.re.1 ii hi tter site for a IMM or pa||in.in- pMtaM advHiitajsas. On liro.ul|ilaiii, uiiiimrn il hy lulU Msi within^Hihjr access of ilH wonderful water power,^QMM Kails MM laid out by tin- batt eiitfiri^MVMfakttl tliat cmlil ooiuiuunded. A^fur bwiiv ^Jiiure at t...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14 1889. 8 THECHEROKEE LANDS. TheUnwritten History of the Re-^moval of the Cattlemen by^President Cleveland. Th#Stoi'ltmen Lost Over a Million^by the Order Imposed by^General Sheridan. T*eM range dunlin I of Ilia- Kanovn ^ lt^^MM 4io*. Hill, of New Vork.^it Unit) l.iwr Tber*J* eonKiili nl'li' unwriiten history inoonm-ctic.il vM KM pMMlfl re- moTalof CftU'tni''^ from Vm ImI'^' rtoj-^mm and Arnpahis- UhM in II* ^^Kansas City dispatch to th.- St. Louis He-^public. Tlie present HtiitHtion of the pro^^posed opening of the Cherokee strip miike*^the story pertmeut nt thiH time. Andrew J.^Snider, of this city, was an active represen^^tative of the cattlemen in the transact ioim^that iHNM the vacatinu of the Chcyiine^and Anipulioe lands, and he tells the atory iuthis way: ^Thecattlemen have tieen abused not^only by tue newspapers, hut by the |W^meul. It is strange t^ me that the Kansas^City papers insist on saying anything they^can to ...

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 November 1889

1 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. TUUK8DAV MORNING, NOVEMBEB 14,1889. THEINDEPENDENT tMUUOrM MCKIFTtONi^lauh. it) mm, Oh mm *H KDr,By i trrwr, IVr kluOtiI.OU Weekly.One W . ^.^ Hniittan^si^ ^( tli^ ri-k ^^f sules-ritier |utilis^^in.- by r^,'i^t'-n-i ItMtiT. cheek, or |*Ma1 or ex-^pr.s* ^Mrr inyahle la The ltnle|ieii^leiit Publish^^ing ^ ^ni[jAny BVPsmbmaeaariai ta Immmmmi ^^r^e^i atU**ir home* or.-f liu-in**^- ran oritur by piwUlcar^l iir |kt^ itf'i tnl^|^lmne No. Inn. Please^report eaeo- of Irregular deliver) i ruiniitl). Advertisement*,to insure, prompt ioaaMsaV^^holllil In- htll'lixl in More ^ |i. 111. ltejeeU*!mMMAmI uot ' in....i i. pof'i4*r- || ImImMj HELENA,MONT., NOV. It, 1889. lu.mhi.ii an wik-h HiMMiiiiiilitto. Ha Kinlcy.of Ohio, hM lost Iiim state uml^tlio lUppOftMl of hIImt i iiiiiImI.iIii fur^s|M-!ikiT of the MMM '^f representatives^MaiM that tin- Ohio MM MM mm ii^^claim U|ioii tM l^j^r 1 _\. Hmmmmm, ol^(own, also hails from ii Inst state uml is^barred fur tin- same reaso...

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 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. THUBSDAY M0KN1N jK NOVEMBEB 14 1889. THEBOAIfflJIF HEALTH. TheLively Document Which was^the Feature of the Last City^Council Meeting ThePrevailing Sickness Laid to^the Impure Water^Supply Tilllloill'll ItenilllllU ll.l^ HlHt ^ r M .Hi,^lie Sui.|*elnleil for ti II lllle The^ii', I i' Tohit Honor the Miiyur and to the City^Couneil^'1'he Imnril of In tilth Im* tlie honor^to Nuliniit the lolluwiDK report: The preneiit^tmUttm of the health of the city in aliirin-^itiK. Typhoid lever anil miliaria prevail to^nil extent never before approached. The^mum for hII tliia iii unknown, hut the^Imniiluf health lia* the following Hiit;^es-^tioUH to offer: It in reeouni/ed in the older^citiea that continual agitation of the KtreetH^^loin: aieKeaof repuiin and improvement*^^hreedn pestilences. Accepting this theory.^Ill the present stale of all.ills it would lie^will In abandon for a |H'riod the MlMMtM^RradittK and cuts and channes (joint! on in^our city. Hut a more prob...

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 November 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TIIl liSDAY MOKNIKQ, NOVEMBEB 14,1889. THEROMftNCEOF A PRIEST Contertedto Catholicy at An Early^Age, He Afterwards Enters^the Priesthood Fallingin Love With a Beautiful^Oirl. He Deserts the Church^and Marries M-.ubof Mm w mm r^r tin- \ik^ ^i wi Ur ^.mv4 I |^ llllt l'rle^tl llulle.. NkwYou. Nov. IIS. -News has jiiht MM^recited btirn of the ill iitli in Spain nt II tn.^Karuli (iiiiuvera Lata, willow of ate* Henry^8. 1-aki-. tin- lirilliimt yotitig ('utlinlie pritHt^wlin, nearly seventn-n fMM ago, fiiiw^ik^the cliurcli to marry tin w..iiihii whom he^loved. The story of mm roiuuiitic carw r of^Ihm rotipli- MM toll l^y MtMMM friend.^Father Lake wiih the moii of U^h] MtoM of Mm Imm McCreery,lending dry^in New Vork IftaM^ymirit ago. He hud lieen lirotigut up ill the^J'rntnnt,iiil faith mid Ht Hie age of fifteen^caused much coiiNttriiiitn.il in hw fniiuly hy^thu NMMMMl MM* hi hiul MJM M^^^i rted to the Cutliolic fiotli. He wbh aent^to St. Mui'h college at 1'or...

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