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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 23 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 28 1889. 8 Mim KILLING, Howthe Famous Bowie Brothers^Once Met and Defeated a^Hundred Reds. lavenBravo Men Entrench Them^^selves and Teach the Indians^a Lesson. kmAlli ii.pt to KeHfli Ilie sail s^l.^ slli. r^Minrs Whlrli Hh Nfvrr Again^I mlrrUbrn. Col.John 8. Moor*, of New Orleans^(rrand-ntpbew of the celebrated Jiui IViwie,^toe inventor of the knife which bears his^name and out of the Alamo heroes, con^^tributes the following io the nrobiv.s of^the Alamo Monument aiwocintion: In1KU a small party of adventurous^spirits, eleven in numlier, consisting of Ke^rin 1*. ^nd Jam. a Howie, their two servimt^laiys, Messrs. Huchiuiuii. Masculine, Stem^Cephus Hnmm and three other persons, left^Kau Antonio to visit the old San Snha ail^ver mines. On the morniut! of the thud^duy of their journey they were visit! d by nil^Indian, who claimed to be a 1111 ssenntr^from t hief laaonia, and whose medal he^exhibited na hia credentials, WiiriiiK th...

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. — 23 November 1889

I THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. KATUKDAY MORNING, NOYEMBEB 23,1889. THEINDEPENDENT TKKMx^IK 111 H^l KlWIOtl Ml).By Mail. Du.' Y.ar^Duly, ll^l arriiT. IVr Moii'ii^Wonkly. Oiw Year *V.IIU1.IIU^H.UU HHiniltKiirH at tun n^k uf aiiiMiriimr null**^aaaiW* 1^^ ajsjMOBi MttSf, rlnvk. orur 1*1- praaaorder pOJoMstslfcl li.^l^ i^ u^li'iit MMIsa^^Idc ^'i^m|Miiy OtVrwuK ilmirijiK Thk Im.H'I snk^1 ^rii^l^at their hum'*, or , * ^ - of tinnine** can ufdsf l^j^IhmUI tar I ^^r tlirouifli tcli'prinne No. IUO. Pleaae^report ^ t*^^^ of irnicular 'l.'liwry promptly. AdvertiNemetite. to iiiHiire prompt insertion. *li^!. 1 In- hauled 111 uefop' ^ p. iii. rVj^'l''d .gjmmuiiii'ati^:.- | ^i PSUtfasO'OOlMO^^ in inrloeed. HELENA.MONT., NOV. A 1MB. sT\ Ml IS* i III 001 I ItSOIl (lov.Toole has met tin' crisis in the^only u'flt it could lie met liv rccogni/^mg the lawfully elected legislature. Confrontedi^^ ^ roodltkiti ol tlfoiri tliMtuifuli- anarchy mill clmoe IM m-^OvitoMo hf tWO sets of men from mm^county -rft'...

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. — 23 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SATURDAY HORN1NGK NOVEMBER 28 1880. 6 DESPERATEMAN'S CRIME Desertedby His Wife and Dying^With Consumption, He Shoots^His Two Children TheOldest is Dead and the Baby^ia Dying--An Attempt^at Suicide MarcInUri-tliiu Teattiiiotiv llruii|(lit out atIh* Morn liiTf^il|(Utli^n at Mll.akt- (Ill, NawYoaa. N^v. 22.^Jhiiii-h Smith, it let^^ter currier, thia itHM allot hia two baby^(rirln, HKi'd 2 jreiira anUJll luontbM. reaiak't-^ively, uml then tried to kill hiuiaelf. The^oldeat child in dead and the baby in dyiiiK,^wlnle Smith only HUiweeded m inliictuiK^^ rlesli wound on liinnelf. the bullet direct^^ed to bin Htomiich having been deflected by^^ button. Smith contracted coiiHUiiiptiou^durinK the yreat blizzard and the doctor^told him he could not live longer than next^Hpriuii. To add to bin misery. Inn wife de-^aerUd him and the children two week* o^o^without warning or cause, and Siuitli wax^driven to den|x ratioii. Hia wife, it i^ said,^has been fond of male co...

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. — 23 November 1889

(5 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. 8ATUKDAY MOllNING. NOVEMBEB 2:U889. KANSASWANTSA CHANGE- Thousandsof Republicans in That^State Tired of the Fight for^Prohibition TheEffort to SuppresB Drinking by^Law Proved to be a Ludi^^crous Failure Al^. maml for a I i.ii^lllull.iii^l DNNMN^to I rainra New Orn^nli l.^^ f^r^llic st^u- uponthe iuiMh alTi-tcd, iihsorliing the^tumors. nllayiliK tlieciiiteiise Helium and^effecting h permanent cure. Fifty cent*.^Address I l.i l)r. K..-;iTik.i Medicine oom-^piniv, I'uiun, Ohi'i. Sold liv 11. N. Hiile^I Oft Ttiousniulsof republicans IBMMM Ml^tired i^f prohibition md desire the substitu^^tion of I.it'll lifeline, hhvh ^ Ijeuveiiwortli^dispatch. Here, as in Iowm. the effort to^suppress drinking l^y law him proved a^ludicrous failure. In spite nf the t^run^nioal espionage i len-iscd bf IMMI and the^prohibitum enthusiasts, those who desire a^snifter of old rye or a buttle of luge rbeer^hitve little dillirultv in obtaining it. Menu^lime the money which would ...

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. — 23 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. BATU KDA V MORN lN(i. NOVEM ACOAST RANGE f OldJimmy Crenshaw the Lone In^^habitant, and How He Gains^a Livelihood. The Queerest Ranch, and the^.Strangest Crops Raised in^the Country ,*a I o.totr*. ^'ooilt^, Kme^ anil Otlirr \ tali *^ hii IfJffMsMBSM A Vlaltur'ai:x|Hrlt'nor. Awayop in tb^' nic.uiiti.iiiH, back of Grav^^elly valley, siiyt* the San KrmiciMS EMM-^I in r. in tli* in lUM part of Ijikc ouiinty,^is one of tile qurerint towns to !^^^ found on^tlif (Mi of tin' rHrtb. It in aliout lif'y miles^nortli of Lakeport, in tbf wildest portion of^tbr coast raiiKf- 1 hi- village is l.k'iitiil in 11^littlf ^rovc of laurel tnm ami almost ru^^tin Iv imHM I'V hl^b niouiitaiiis. Scat^^tered over tin- live acres of level ground are^little bouses of split luinlier, while niound^the foot of the hill are several dtiKi.uts.^^^U well boarded up. A mountain stream^runs through the o uter of the little town, forminga small js'iid at the lower end of^the flat, from which...

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. — 23 November 1889

TI1KDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. 8ATUB1DAY M01tN^NG. NOVEMBER it, 1889. IllTHE COURT Thatis Where the House of Rep.^resentatives Will Meet at^Noon. Ttao Republican RumporB Rttipe^the White Fhitr and^Run. Itin, Will II..1.1 i i i^n^iiliMet-llng iii a To|^ Morj HiHiin samler. Mini^^li Men Weaken. OovrnmrToole** MMMMMMl ^ 11^ ^ i i^ .1^into |mlitir.iil ^HtlirrinuH yeHterday ntti r |Mlike h Itumljhliell. Apparently iM w, Im i ma for it. liif aurpriae iintl untm-^fartnm witli \^uirli it wiih rrniveil liy ^l^-iu^^-^^ratu wit* quilt- etiunl In tin-HilaryronfiiNinii^Hint it ciiiiwil in tin- t-.tinpof I:^ |ml^ik.iti^^unapinitnrn. It wan rt ^nrdi d on nil -nlc -^aa hii iitliiilritlilv wortletl il'^'illin lit that^Would pi fur tow unlit MtMMj the fventn of^tu day. It wan folium ntli il not only fur ita^timely npiatarunf-e, Imt fur tin- temper,te^^harncti r of MbmMMMMMN ami tin- plain,^itraajlitforwiiril Htutenienl of fnctn. Kveii^ri-pulilicaiiH wire furred to admit tli.it tin'^prot-liiinat ion 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. — 24 November 1889

IS 11^:inj XXX.-NO. I= 302. HELENA, MONTANA. SUNDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 24. 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENT8 MADGEA TRAITOR ncipalof the Mormon Col-^re Makes a Very Bold^Statement. OathHe Says the Church^Superior to the Law of^the Land. Certain it Woodruff llenlet^^^-. i.i I ItsinM the l'^^Hlom^f II.. I'lllj , oni.l. l,ss, I tah. Nov. 2^.^In the Mor-^eatigation to-day James Tiilmndee.^|l of the Mormon college. testified^Is were tauRht that the revelation^d to plural marriage was from God^c : slitution pupal) administered^\ interfere with the revelations of^VitneH* beliersd polygamy wu* right^|law against it unconstitutional, not^tiding the decision of the Vnited^uprcine court. rsltleiitWoodruff^ it Statement. ioo,Nov. XL^In response to a tele-^'oro the AastK-iated PrcHH asking for^licnt concerning the present invtsti-^hi Suit Lake City, President Wood-^the Mormon church, sends a dia-^L which he says thia ia a iieritsliciil^h sensation, wliich we are accustomed^at in November, Congress meets in...

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. — 24 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! HELENA. SUNDAY MOKXINO. NOVEMBER 24 1889. TitWORLD OF SOCIETY Th^Mugby Junction^ PuzzleSoUed^to the Satisfaction of an^EastSide Church. IheCostumes of the Ladies at the^First Hop of the Cotillion^Club KmiMMM Mla.trrl ^ lui^ Bs*^e^ 9*X ^I^Tewa KlrnU I'rnoiMl and^^ ml Mclilliia. HntijtmHaTTm af ^i^ickei^^, andthe tonn c.uld be ci.-u-tl* applied^to ^ wU entertainment dnlic-md to^^uurch pBffBM Ml h inVKterv until Mr.^Bad M I w 0 CeaiVJ kin.lly off.Mi tin- i^hmiM- uB I BBBBtBf evi-niiin l^*t hi ^''^^ !'^r-^p,,H1. ,,[ Kulvinu the iniKiiiH, lirniuMiiu tin-^mah M^f st- N*** stMMfc lata fii^ mily MsSBaBM^nd ut the MM time adding u a**toiler* to the iwrii-ii treasury. And in^til tlioe three particular*theyM BBsl^^BSBtlj 1 ^ ^^fill. Tin li riu ^Muuliy June-^%nm^ infers li^thing more limn the |m^in, M of h dolliir, f.T wlncb huiii ii i;i !:tl(j-^m hi kM BBS pleasure of HittinK down to M^Sicell' i t H||N und I cliariiiiin^ tete-a-tete^with Ikl lady, not t-ntctly of lim own^...

Publication Title: Helena Independent, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Helena independent. — 24 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24 1889. THKBBJLMK1 Vl( TOK\. Itww^ an honeat ilranser.^Willi atiani ami ,^His liair wan thick with lia^aw^d.^Ami hi^ fai l^ wa^ wwitnil ami tanmil;^Hm MMSaas* aaasml with uwall*. hi* lamta MM at'hiahiart M im-rflowintt. hi' nusie a joyful HoTriM ami ja^;i^l contiuualljr' ^Harrali fur^lumf Hoiea! If'twant auainat my iirineiplna^Vd fUrt imt on a bat:^f,,r more th:m h^ -.llul-tl.irt) )imh^fat IMS a ^ iiiovrat,^Bnt N KV M a quarter MM airaiuat a icare- rowhat. . . ^^ .t Tiat 1 wouMn'l have the luck to life to tin'^happy ilay Wteauthe Demoeratie tieket woolj win in loway Weirive the irraml ^^1^I party^Much a rati linn of ilrj Inmra,^Hui'h a aliakniK up ^u.l rakitut ilowu.^An.I jolting chit ^tone*.^Thai I iriiiwa they wou't for^^'t il nor let up with theirmoan*.^For the way the tiraiii.'er^ aiiiaaluaJ em anil knorke.1their ticket flat,^kai put iu furls Uoraee Uuiea. the Granger^Demix-rat. HillAllixm ami all hi* men AreauRnriiii: from...

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. — 24 November 1889

THEDAILY l.Nl)i:i'i:Nm:XT: IIELEN A. ^l N DAY MOHNIXG. NOVEMHKK 21,188!). THEINDEPENDENT tkrmsor m KtrnoM: ,Hy M^il. One Y^^r t^M^^^t t'*rrter, IVw Month ... 1.U0^On. Vw M BmnittkurM^t riak of ^ulwcrilw nnle*e^^Mkle by rwiri-i^'r.*.| l^*tt^r. check, or ptmtAl or ex-^^jrm onlor |M)*l^li^ to Tlie lDii^-|x^u^limt l*iil^li^t^-^irv 1 ^ 'Ti.tAnjr. ff'Psroon^.!^^irinn The Ixiiipcxuknt ecrvf.1^^I th^ir SOSBM Off plx-m of biioiomn can cml'-r !^)^I mutl ^^r tliroiufh telephuua No. 100. l'le^M^^I c.,-f of irr^uul^r ^lolir^^ry promptly.^Advorliwmnnl^. to ln^ur^ prompt iuwrtion^^ h^ . I !^^ '..^:i-1.-1 iu l^-for^ ^i p. in.^BeJwU' I ^'irn'ini^atioiw not rotnrnwl iinlw*^I i^ IbsbmM HELKNA,MONT., NOV. ^Jl, IHS'.i. tut*.1mui i Tliank-to Gov. Toole's |^r^mi|it ami^decisive action the house of representa^HVHoft e lirM legislating assembly of^the (.tat.' of Mmitaiia was orgimi '^^(! ye*^tcr.hiidignity uml decorum At thebout sppoiBted, 1- o'clock noon, the^body of tin- house was tlirown n|m-n to^^II nie...

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. — 24 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY HORNING. NOVEMBER 24 1880. I THEREALITY MID BUMPS. TheMovement of the Political Pulse^II Observed in Hall and^Corridor. Glimpse of the First House and^a View of the San^^ders' Rumps. How^spaMtaMI SrimlorUl Aaplniiita ^r^-^I'ullitti; tin- Wires KhihIohi Noloa^in.I Pera^^ nllll^-a. Thefeature of the IochI ntunwphere^yesttrday ^h^ the Rt-ueri\l wo.ul fiflniK^which prevailed nmmiK the oiitviidinu (at^tinim. ThoKe who anticipated a conflict^were agreeably disappoint*!, and the pro^^ceeding of the Brut Montana atate le ^lala-^ture at the court houae and thoae of the^rump K -ihlature in the cold and h ue store^room of the Iron Front block were not^particularly intiMaH Lookingover the house from the pill ry,^ptrhapa the firm man to catch the eye is^^Wpii laaJM, of HutU^, who oocupiea the^rum Heat as he had dnnnc the constiti.-^tioual convention. Mr. Bafal wears a^blue flannel hhirt. while every other^democrat is touted out in u ^liiled^ ahirt.^Mr. Hoyau ...

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. — 24 November 1889

6 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MOUNINO. NOVEMBEB 24.1889, IINATIONS L SomeCharges Which Have Taken^Place Since Congress Ad-^joured March Last. Oldand Familiar Faces Have Dis^^appeared aud Now Ones iu^Their Fl.ioea AHtrB'a-Kje View of His 1 ^^^ H^im^^Wukli.K'Uiu. ^nl^ lutcroaUnjf lookii. bind. UMiwkfrom I ' Hi ^rn.w oonoTeaa will^begin griudiug MkBia. A Washington cur-^ti.npi)udt^u^ of ike PkileMBMa Record, re^^ferring to Pie llll|M winch havet ihch^plaoe since last Murch, inn g'^wipy letter^siya: On tbe wait* aidu *^ ahull chiefly^ansa Palmer, ot Jlu-1. -Mil. ll'^ most inter^^ating farmer alio flVtf cauia to congress.^He ia MM iu Madrid just now, representing^this count ry m minister; hut he i- coming^back by spring and w.ll nut h* aide to k' By^.away from Wusluiiat'iu. No one will till hisplace here while ha in away, although^k^ succeasor in the Bcii-ite has many of hia^attractive qualitn ^. Hut Palmer, MBMBB1^ty lung public axpi rtBBOS and a thorough^ki,o^ieii.'e of hooka,...

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. — 24 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 24, 1889. REALMOF FAIR WOMEN. PresentsOut of the Usual Line Which^You May Gite to Those^About to Wed. Ten-MIHion-DollarHeiresses Who^Never Attend Late Parties,^But Play Tennis ThelUrllu the l atent Popular Ilanre -Cor^^real t'aabiona A Hath of Milk Wtleu^Tliey ProniLr. brasknState Journal, none has struck the^popular fancy M the ^berlin.^ It is Hriidit^and vivacious, easy in^ tempo imd move-^ni' M. and simple in execution. It i% unique^in character, huvinj; more varied forms or^changes in itspromemtde, reverse and waltz^than an; of its rivals for pnblic favor. It^was approved lust winter by the oldsr, and^is now the special favorite of the MM^dancers in the ballroom, while during the^summer season just closed it was the pride^of Um lawn party. The ^berlin^ is, strictly^speaking, a polka step, displaying an easy^t'h- movement. The dancers start side by^side, the gentleman holding the lad^'s li ft^hand in his right, polka forward ...

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. — 24 November 1889

OVERFORTY THOUSAND. MissoulaReal Estate in Active De^^mand With Helena^People. MoreThan Forty Thousand Dollars^Invested During the^Week WhatHon. Mm III. (.ford II M^the t.ardcn tit*'.^MM U Hnj of Theweek in rial estate has bran vert^naiet an far a* local traimartion* are MftV^oerned, but ili llhnji in Misaoula realty bj^Helen i people I ui' la-en ^|ait*- heavy. The^Hon. W. M. Hickford. of MiHMoula. BBMB1^in the Baal |hw inn h al Ika c a^Manl^feeling of the |*oplc of the Garden City.^Uruund has I n n broken, be nays, fo- a^maninnitb four-tory brick buililinn on the^oorner of HlgxhM avenue. Mr. Hickford^^H lliut if the Northern Paeifio iMM^very hm.u undertake the tank, local capital^will be ri.taeJ to build a railroad to the^Flathead coal Helda, which contain ^ Nff^ttneanlhriicitiMo.il. 1 he lumber in'- n t-.^of the fount v - they atitnd to-day allow titular^aaVient to supply Montana for^My ftan to conic. The anwaamt for JMHatilfaiaiBK (pan! headway, aa the peo^pie are beconiina alive...

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. — 25 November 1889

VOL. XXX. NO. 303. HELENA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 25, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS HARRIS. CLOTHIER.ST. LOl lS BLOCK. MAINSTREET. DIDIT EVER ST1KE YOU^That year by year the habiU of People^^ary m fc the Fashions ^ Time was^when about the only chance a man hail^to get a Suit of Clothing without paying^fonr prices would be to haggle for an^hour, ami finally a spirit of compromise^or fatigue induce the contending parties^to sompromise. Differenthere, and it is our proud^honor to state we were Urn Pioneers in^this system of Onk Pkm^^^ W^ have^gone ahead of any of our competitors,^mm! mark all our goods in Pi.Ai* Via-^shbs. True there are some of the ^How^Much Will You Give^ class of clothiers^^those relics of barbaric clothing days^^bat their days are nmnUMcd; and ere^many moons have come and gone they^will be laid away and have joined the^silent majority. Buttalking of changes. Donteher^know it is time to change your^Hereont^^Has not this storm suggested to you the^propriety of l...

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. — 25 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 25 1889. MUSICFOR THE DIG. UniqueUse of Inventor Edison's^Wonderful Phonograph in^the Sick Room. AMother's Last Words Preserved^and the Very Tone of^Her Voice fasUmtkFlag af S l^!^ill|8 Wmn^^ \ll*-vl- HlCl l^^ till' ^MMltlllllU Mll.tl llC ilirMa^l^t^. IIn Simony afternoon Mrn. Kh/aliftb 1).^Kwid, wife of Jud^f JoUn \. Iliad, dud nt^ti^ i i* skIi uc. . .M^ Third M M i. afti-r I |mm^(ill illness of two yenra. wi^^ the Sun Krau alasaBsMiMfa Aaaaaaj tin- Bifaaaaaasaaaa^attending In ! KickiHtw wiw .^ natfM Ukaa-^tuition uf Mm iiw la wlmli ni^dcrii *ci 4-iitiiicinvention nm in-put in .iiii Vintiiik liuiniiiiKutli run'. Mi*.Hi ml mspMMjUMtal] fond of music,^and ufti r lli^ Boatafl had pMHMM] ln-r^lualadv I^flhh ln-r SOS, William I'. Id-ad. MMta^i iii ^ bta ^i iii iafltaf la aai baaaaea^tin- hanaaaiai hi whisk aha delighted. I*^tin* t-nd in- m uridyl aaoMgrsaai with Basf^assayUaaWi sfaaaiaa'at Maaaa'a labatsr toryat Mi wi llvn I'ark, Ne...

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. — 25 November 1889

THEDAILY INDEl'KXDEXT: HELENA. MONDAY MOUSING. NOV EM H EH 26 1889. 8 MOH.IKSKASHKIt TKAKS. shrand Kdwln Booth Warmly Oeny That A., I ....... 11 .- Arlwn Hfl^^-l Them. Anslisorii rumor that the sta^.e relations^betwwn Mialjeska nnd Kilwin ll^h^t h were tin^longer pleasant whs emphatically denied liy^both theae great actors to-Jay, says ^ New^York dispatch. The atory alleged that Mud-^jeaka was seeking release from her engage^^ment lieciiuse of ^uugeiitlemanly and un-^chivalrous conduct^ on the part of Mr.^Hootb, and that the unvasnry papers MM^being drawn up. The great actress was^driven to genuine tears when asked about^the matter. ^All the stories told about my^difficulties with Hooth are lies, cruel, mali^^cious lies. A MM gentle, loyal, kind^hearted co-Wurker 1 have nevt-r met. I ad^mire him too much ever to have uttered^such statements.*' Mine. Misljeaka ba ked^her hands nervously and considered for^^ moment, ^I he story about my husband,^the count.^ said she, ^is also untrue. ...

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. — 25 November 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, MONDAY MOKNING. NOYEM15E11 26, 1881). THEINDEPENDENT lsul j (iaeNdiaa Hoadai ptt y^f^Daili iliwlnilfa* KamU)I mi ^^^'^^'^Daily tlacludina naadafi Ihrss mnuttu.^IMI^ esclodiatHaniiajvi v^ ^'^'^l*^il^ (^selndinc Hawlai V* aveta^D^ih, ^n i-arrier. |^^r wifk i-wiii*'^We.li I j iin a^lv^ii^r.ljr' p^r ^^ar. IDi^ Ml^J hu) ir^,^id lU-iuitnmro*at the ri^k ,,f ^ul)^oriti^-r iiiiIhm^okft.lt' t^^ r.-.ti'tter^.! l^tt*r. t-tittrk, or po-tal nr hi-^pnaa i^nl^r |*yatiln w Tin- lit'lt-iieo'leul Publish^^ing t uin|(^fiy. B^r^r^^ii'. iHhtat I n* l*i^ir^Nli**t ^ttr.1^^t UVir lit.ni'*. or plm-t-* of t^'iHiut-m cau or.l'.r liy^l^^.txJ rani or tliro'ith tflridiour No. lull. l'|f^m-^raporl ^-\**. of im ifiiUr tit lin-ry |^roni|iil;. AilvertimimHuin.to in^ur^ prompt inwrtion^^ html I In- han.|i^l in l^-for^ H p. in. rUj^'tj-l ''om'ii'iniratiouH not MHttl ttBM^iio^tai(h h ImImA HELENA.MuN T . NOV.'.5 1MB. re iirtled than in the service of the West^^ern I'nion Telegraph company....

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. — 25 November 1889

TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. MONDAY MOUN1N i. XOVEMBEtt 25 1889. 5 OF Wherethe Politicians Wire and^What They Found to Talk^About on Sunday The Fertile Brain of 8anders^Hatches a New Scheme for _J^the Rumpers. H ^uil I'uwrr Will l'ay Halarlen for a t'oa-^^ U.mtlon Sonic Very'Que* r Mo-^K M'1' VVora. Thepeaceful quirt of tUeSabbatlibroutjIit^rmt t^^ politicians ^^ f*r M active work was^couceru.l. It w.w MWMNa, a Jay of acin i^^n, j. The rump leginlaton met in varioua^re*)rtato iwiWBttMM plan of relief from^their uncomfortable aituation. The chill^winJa that MMM^1 iu the J ay .brought re^^minders that the circuit court r.h^ui with ita^taaychaira, comfortable Jeaka anJ warm^atmosphere wan nil lulmirahle place for^hJK'iilator* to meet. There waa a Krowiu^^feeling amonu the rumpora that they wore^MMMMMM and with I Ilia dime a lonniiiK de-^^ire to return to the Mi anJ join their^brethren of the ^Houae of Uepreaentativew^of the first leuialiitive bialy of the atate of^Montana.^ It tM dec...

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. — 25 November 1889

8 THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA, MONDAY MOHNING, NOVEMBER 25,1880. THEFATE Of DR. PETERS, ReportsConfirming the News of the^Massacre of the Great^German Explorer. Banzibar Advices to the Effect^That an English Party^Were Killed rfc*Tuiir) af Mbm MmmhI ^ ^ ^ ^ Iinn In I'.u kiii. i. i- i. l ie^paring (i.r \\ .r lim^iv. Not. W. ^ uiitlictiiiK reports in^n-Hiird It the fate i.f Dr. IVler's upluritiK^party wen- received to-day. A dispatch^direct frmn Zanzibar kiivh: ^N'rwn Una hem^received frmii Kama c.iuliriiuiiK the reports^of the dentil nf Dr. I'. terM. itiiotlur Brail^HitM tlie nativeMai I''t^th' imrty, exei j,t^flv^ |nirtcrs. The massacre occurred Ht^Addn II i ir ifaaa.m MM TmM river, ci^ht^days' march above Kurkurru. l^r. Peters^whs friendly will' the local tribes, but nut^with the n f nf the InmUBi ^'^^ with Ml^party ni'id. 11 niidit attack mi the camp. Aft^^er killum Mm aaaaabata of Dft Patar'a nartf heUtlfM looted I he l'aln|ialld ilrm I I ill t In-^donkeys ami c.nneN. On the oth...

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