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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT! IIKLKXA. PKIDAY MOHXING, OCTOBER in 1889.
WARE A QUEER PAIR.
AStory From Butte which Reveals^the Nature of Two New^York Cranks.
Partnersin Business and Related^by Marriage Who Never^Speak to Each Other
n^ ('*iii.r ..I ihe Trauhlr a Mystery. tMM^Haying II ^^ ^- it Wnllinu and Other
Thfraomitly puliliahcd story from Untie,^Mont., to the effect tbat ft duel t.i thf MMfc^with bowie knivea hud been fought lietween^J^ .l.i) I! illnri I and I /r^ KiuiIwimmI, mid tbnl^both ii ^'ii w. re reaidciitaof I'titiiam county,^bronchi a reporter to thiH pliuv, anya a^Brewster. N. V,, letter. The iinrn.w are well^known hare, and though tin- diatintoh wan it^kiwi it waa evidently intended to refer to^^^^-,rut- Itallard, m.t to John llullurd, uml^to P.JTH KiWtwood, the in-phew of QsOtBJk^Ballard, and bin partner ill the cider bum
Tile.lr uitfe relntlona thill have cllnted^between theae men for fSM* lmv' l^rhniin^giTeji the wentern IMNM hia rue for the^Htory of th^ duel, hut how it wiim lioirmtl in^fur off M. nt mil of . vi u tin- MtistMM ^f the^lUIUrdMHiid KiiHtwoodH, mid iiifcrciitially^the peculiar circumsliiiiM-a HiirroundinK^their Iiuhiihwm career, no one hereabout* can^iiiianiiie. Nothing hut thew pMattsf cir^nouiatancea could have aum;e^l^d ^ueli^inueuiouH invention. Neither man bn le-en^away fnmi home al nil. and therefore^neither man wua MMJM in a duel in Mon^^tana.
MMJBIlinllnrd and In Katwiaal, rcbi-^ti^e* liymiirria^ethoiii!h they are, iin.l coin
lagin dailv and MBSbMl ^tnct na purl
ners,have not mmsm to each other for ll\e^^Hit No matter bow annulate the nooes-^klty for coiimiunicatloii, ll baft ulw.ivs heen^carried on through a third lllWt '(In v -it^ueit to each other in church and often ride^lawide each other Ilia wa^oti. hut never a^word .i ^^ - either mm lilt, r to the other. It^ih popularly Miippow d here in liraMSM that^if Mallard wiw Iiih nephew in front of a^ilvni: railroad tram lie iiiioht iiiinIi or pull^him off tin- tracks, bat b* vualda'l open Ihm
mouthto wsn him of his dinner, and^Kant wood would probably ait likewise under^like circuiuHt.aniM'h.
I'hiHpeculiarity aceiiiH to run through^both fan.ilii'h, which nave internum las' for^general num. Ihe present Kn^t^ood family^ih au unusually larije one. Seventeen^children were bam by one mother, uml of^Mime fourteen were living. Anions the^hova^or yoiniK men they are now -are Kd^and Piatt K;istwo.^l. poMMf hrotherH of^K/ra. I la v have worked in Ihe held to^^gether for weeks nt a tune without s| ten k 11114^to each other, though driiikiiiu from tin^name till cup, eating at the mime tahle and^wear lilt' at interval* the name clolhea.
KctwcciiI ncle (ieorge llullurd ami Krra^KaatwiK.il there Iiiih not btM a hvI1hI.Ii^Hixikel) in all the time incutloned, and^there Iiiih not bsM it Hiugle day in all that^five MM that they have not DM1 together^for linnr^ at a tune. Their articled of co-^IMtrtncrahip have lieen MM] M arly in^alienee. I he division of the profit a derived^from aquwzing the juice from I'utnain^Oouuty pippiua Iiiih MM mule without a^word Itcing MMMML More than thiH,^there has not been ho much an a gesture or a^(r nunl I y glance Intuitu them. Kach ig^nored the IMM of the other iilmolntoly^If QaOMN damP*d a huahel of apples into^the mill and Hlarted it going, and Ran^thonght tin mill ought to Htop. he would^ktop it without a word. If (icorge Vanted^to atari up again he would aluit. and that^Would he the elld of II.
Attiiiim.diiriiigthrcider acna.ui. it would^Is^. .mi ^ iiUnolutiTy ncccHKiiry, in nrdei t..^avoid working at cmkh puri^iHPH. for one^iiart tier to inform the other of an intention.^In tbeMH cnacH the medium of conimnaMM-^i.on would Iw one of the voiiuger Baat-^woiuU, a hoy uhotlt H veara of age. The^youngHt. r underHt.HHl thoroughly Ml rela-^ttiiua In twis'ii uncle and nephew and the^dislike one had to mention the uther'a^inline, and he goveruial Iiih MMMk accord^mgly.
ShouldI ncle John Hay: ^John Smith^want* forty gallon a' thai air run*, t rnl. t^lliHtld o' twenty gallon,^ the MH^ would^he conveyed in that form to K/ra, although^K/ra might have taken the twenty gallon^order.
ShouldI ncle (ii urge nay: ^I'm goin* la^town with the any mare to day.^ the juv^elllle go IhI Ween w ollld trilllHpoNe the h.ii-^bM and nay to K/ra: ^You c.in'l mi In^town on (he gray MN to-day, Kara, and
Ranwould aatWrataad Mrfaatlyvbal Ma
intendedto In coli\e^ed.
Alniutii year blo the partners iittetidai a^borne Hale VJ BhIm from Hn wst. r. I hev^geared up their own horse together and got^on the seat of the wagon together. K/ra^tiHikthe Inns. He drove for three hour*^without opening Ins mouth more than to^nay ^Oiddap!^ Arrived at the country Tnt-^teraalU. uncle and lu pin w alighted and^leiHurelv i \.o1111n ^ l the horw-fleah oflerrd for^wile. Ran Mai into the mouth and^I ncle QaofajB aMpaabMl the hwl. and w hen^au alillniil w:i* found that MMkd to he to^their mutual liking -for. Htrangelv enough.
nay never awaked Is apatite* 1 nele
(leorgepulled out Ins luickskiu hag uml^paid the hois,- dealer In* price. The end of^the halter attap waa made fust to the tail^end of the wagon, and uncle and nephew^Htarled for home.
Notlong ago there wan a tik'lit baMWM^the aaatWOOa bcya and a crowd of the vil^^lage l.uU in Iroiiilot the hotel. The Kast-^w.hhI Ihivh were overmatched and were get^^ting the w.irHt of it. Hall .: ! waa on the^sidewalk when the svriuiiuugf liegali. and^win ii he Haw how lliingH weie going to he
daaaadto the MMtaaoa of inn bJaannaaal
k.k.hput the enemy to nuiht.
TbjMiMM) chariicteiH live within a^ktune'e throw of each other, just ,.tf the^Millt iwn road and ah.nit four miles from
Mmr illra j t-attm at Mwwidei. Railanl an
miniof Htroiigly iiuuked fe.ituies. kai au^eiiav. HWingiug gait, and ih noted for Iiih^ability to whip any ni m in his put of tlie
aonnty. Ha i^ aboat at yearn of ml
WeigbnliO pounds, in MMad and rnw-hoiied^and wearn bin brow n cm Iv hair so |oug that
aajaapa bia aoUaf. Ila m aaafrted aaa tbc
fatherof neveral children.
RatRiuNWUOd ih between 'M and 17. He^ia not a big a man an bin partner ami unc,.^and will not BWbjb much mm th .u I hi^I h . in.is. He ia uia 411 let, retiring diapnai^'ion. but very nliililHirii. like the rest of Inn^family. Ite, too, in a married man. and ban^a brood 1 f t brae.
Thecaune for thin loiig-niailitained si^^lence is inn ertuili, and is 11 favorite^theme for spi-eul.ition among the Villager*.^TM majority of MkM BMaaf to believe that
RWMMnadbya dbawftetueul mm time
agobetween the wivis, of t |i, two null, alld
thattheir method of getting even was nun^ply to billow out the family charade!mtu-.^DtMia nay that the whole trouble arose^over a il.spin, as to the most piotitabla va^^riety of appl. s to lie used 111 making eider.^Hut m mutter what the cuuhc wan, |ba si^^lent effect is likely to remain for many a^dav lo come.
Probablythe only other known c ase of
nwntMi bstvna hnMnrai paHiaai
lastingfor no long in that of .loiiinuy A^Hurnhaui, the HnM.klyn luercliaiiln. who did^not h|nak to each other for four waa la.^The silence waa broken, how. o r. wheu one^of the ixirtuerH luarrii d an of bin nalen
POET\ssJN \ lifUN K NHTKS.
How the Hots I.el their Tixbly 1MB*^panics 1 liHiigiiiK ^talb^n
FokTAaaiNAUutMB, (let. 17.^[Hpeoial.^The order innued from army headquarter*^prohibiting pint traders from wiling l^e*r^and which ban worked wondern here. The^aaliM.n ih cloned and there is no public place^where one ciin obtain a drink of any kind.^Although the order In strictly complied with^by the |s.st trader, u|mu whom it directly^heiirn. yet there i* plenty of whisky brought^into the pint by private individual*. If the^hoy* cannot obtain their cotlin varniah in^one wav why they will 111 another. The^liquor traflic U'tween thin pimt and Heritor,^ban iiHHUiued iuimenae pro|^ortions. There^bun la-en no move by the authoritien at^Huh [Mint toprevent whinky In-inu put off at^the dejait. A telegram in the morning^bring* at night a keg. the trouble attending^the acheiin- Ireing \ery alight.
Therewill wmiii take place hii interchange^of Mtatlonn U'tween I and (i coiiipame* of^the Twentieth infantry. I company going^to Camp I'opliir fiver and Q now HtationeU^at I'oplar coming here. Colonel and Mra.^Otin are eaat, having bin-n called away on^account of the Hicknen* of a relutne. Capt.^ICuekcr, Ninth cavalry, arrivedtialay.bring^^ing forty-nii recruit* for the cavalry.
Wewould like to *e4' a place at the depot^where la.In-* waiting the arrival of traina,^could retire. Now they are compelled to^wait among a bolnb-roUH crowd of loafer*,^whone language ia never very choice. Thi*^i* a matter which the railroad authorities^ahouhl remedy.
It1* a*toni*hiiig bow rapidly the feeble^and debilitated gain ntrength and vigor^when taking Aver'* Harna|^arilla. For what^are called ^broken down constitution*,^nothing elae han proved no effective an thi*^powriful and perfectly aafe medicine.
Osaajbl^^' Onajbtl *n^i OMgblll
Whatill the world in the reanon you will^cough ami keep coaghing and Htill keep try^^ing inferior medicine* w hen Hegga'Cherry^lough Syrup will Boattiaetjf relieve your^(vitigh at anl 'I hi* in no iidvertisirig^nclieme, but an actual tact and we guarantee^It. For mile by all druegisU. K. 8. Hale a^Co.. wholesale and retail agent*.
Hki.km.Oct 7, 1K*7.^I whh suflering from an ununallvi bad^Majfb, my luiii.n were nore and coiige*ted,^and I consulted one of Ihe In-nt phynioian*^in Helena, wIiohc preacription* failed to re^^lieve me. I MM alarmed, and at the^auggention of a frn nd purchnacd a bottle of^Akei's Knglinh Kemedy for cough*, and^after taking it according to direction* waa^uiiplet.ly cured. I therefore cheerfully^recommend it.
Ibad a racking cough and inflamed^throat and bought a bottle of Acker'* Kng-^lli.ll ltenn.lv ll|k^ll the recoiumelldat loll of a^fin iid. and wan entirely cured by it. I cm^aider it a never failing remedy for a oough.
Acker'sF.ng|i*h prepnration* are for .ale^m Helena only by H. 5. Hale .V Co.
Aheo b*^iv aaa ^!^^^. M . her (aaUirta,
V.,-u ^ '.r ^ a rial I, klie 1 nej f.ir 1 MMBa
.\si.r1*. *u.e vt'sn. ^ii* naaj *^ Gbnalb
Anet. bl^^irsi. ^i.a^aveUietal.^i
Kneklen'nAniira Salve.^Ilie I- .1 naive in the world for cute,^bruinea, aoren. ulci.rn. nalt rheum, fever^norea. tetter, chappiil hands, chllblaina,^coniH. and all nkiu eruptions, and iHinitively
sanapile*. ..r ao im^ reqalrad. it in guar
aiiteedti 1 give |^ rfeet sat isfacl Mb Of BM mev^refunded. PriM VSMtS Bar hoi. For Hal*^by H. s. Hale a Co.
I*one of the most pi. \aleut ol lineages.^Kew persons have perfect di^cntion.
Uncnf Aycr'n I'llln, taken allei .Inr,
ora done ul night In-fore retiring, never^falls to give relief In Ihe wornt case*,^and wonderfully assists the proceaa of^^HtrlUMi An a family medicine, Aycr'a
I'lllnill e liueipialcd.
JMMMQMtoa, M Middle at., Hartfonl^Conn., test die* : ^^ | have lined Aycr'a^I'llln for the past thirty yearn and con^aider tin-in an invaluable family medi^^cine. I know of mi battel remedy for^liver troubles, and have alwa\s found
thema prompt can for dyaMpale^M
I,millsAlexander, of Marhlehead,^Munn., whh long a severe sullen r froru^Dyspepsia. ..implicated with etil.tige-^^MM of the l.iver. blont of the time^Indng unable to retain any fo.nl in hi*^MOMMrb. Three Isn.s of Aver'* I'llln^cured him.
KrediTic0. (ireeiier. nf Eimt riinlhain,^Masn., for nnveral iiiotithn troubled with^IndlfSMMMa wa^ cared liefore he unci)^ball a box of these I'llln.
HMWABJBJM^Di. J. C. Ayar k Co., Lovell, Mats.^Buii by all IfaaMM nod Da*M In Uetllcloe.
Kiucai'aeiu uf the RsdMM tltbSk
MOMdav ami mi i:sii\\|k\i mni.s
Milton HabM1 last and QMM1 l'la^. .nll.sl,
FROMSIRE TO SON.
Miltti NublfW in hW pOTVlflsJ pavlMMMMi i^f^of Im li't'.i,- r^i|c of \lfn^^l Arniitiiaci*. DnllU*^NoblM in Iht cx-im-id'tluril cTMtioa of MuU L^\riuit;urt^, tt/H^ VMM ^UtitrtiU'r.
tirvDAVK\t:m\(i. ocrons at,^LOVE AND LAW.
MiltonN..bi..s (n hid laladlabb .'..n...i\ thatair^Mllklbwi of yelik O rSiff, Doili* NoLltw ia^her lawilifid realization of llitta. the ^Uet|^siuuvr.
mkiinksdwrvrmihu, ortoma,^THE PHOENIX.
Nowin its IfMall kaaaveotlvk ^t^r. Milton^Noble- la blk world laapawkd MaaMB si the^IbiliMlkBi polite Nil bow in her charmimt^i 'baracter ul Sadie, ihe tlomer ttirl.
Itiwervesal. will ,.|.-n Satunla^ inoriiirur al^Pasa .V 11*( oMuri llnur Mora.
THENEW YORK DRf GOODS STORE
AGLORIOUS DISPLAY!^PRE-EMINENT IN
pand Exhibition oi
Suitsand New Dress Goods
InModern Styles and Modem Shades!
ALLGOODS ARE SOLD AT NEW YORK PRICES!
Outof Town orders Promptly Filled. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
NEWYORK DRV GOODS STORK,
CornerBridge and Main Streets,Helena, Montana.
I.4 Ml MITH
NOI'll K OK P| HI.H ATION.n^y.vMi Okkh i m Hr.i in ^. Mont., (
KelitemlierXI, |iMs^. t
voiUKis HKItKliV ^|^ i s i n v r mi: ruU^** bni named s.-tt i.t bat llaa aoMa of hia
IslMlUoato nabk hnal pfoul in sii|.|sirt of hit*^rlaiin. klid that said |.r.Mif will lie made liefore^naiktuf Hint rMMTW of Helena. Mont., on N^-^remheff 1, IHHU, viz. I'^rus i la|.p, who made II.^it No. r^W4. ^'. K. jn.ir, f,,r thi h^'(, nw't and^nwV4. ^w'4, mv. 13 and n', h-^ mh\ II. Ii^. 17 n.l^1 w.
lieaaa the foitowiiii; altaaaMa to anal his^Boatlaaosk MbbaM iinok aad will IvkUoo of said^land, viz ridwiu I'.. Janus*, of I'hkatDDt. Mont..^I'liarles M HpaotiliBa, of St. (lair. Muni.. Tlmm-^ke La tinrharu, olSi. flair. Mont., Jol.u A. II n^ri^. of rhi^Uuit. Mont.
s.W. LaMQHOBN, ItetrUter.
Kir-tli.uhlieatiouOi't. 1. |ML
II'mtiiiSr Mrs I .\ vn Orrirt. (^HaUM V Mont. Sent. 1-. IsHW. t^(HiMl'l.MSI HAVINU HI IV KNTKKKI) AT^' this uMd*b| llolmri A. Day nwiiii-t Viola V.^Ho^t and lieirs for almniloiiini; tier liiinMktflaS^man No. Ma, ilatad Ma^ M, iss^. apon the sw1,^Mtioa SB. township in. north r.mue I west, in^Ian and i l.uke eoutitr. Montana, with a view^tu Uie t'an.-elhition of said entry, urn isartiis. are^herehv aiiinun.iiisl to a|'|.^r at this i.tfice on the
Mbaw ol Urtoher, iM, at M n'elora a. m. t^
Mpoaaand taraikh testimony eoneeruintf said^all^v:isl iil*u.ionnieu(.
s.w. LAMflBOMNK lfc^u-^er.
A.II. NI I.SOV Attorne) for routiwtMb^Kirst imhlieatioii S..;it. 'JO.
A.H. NcLSON,^Land and Uiniiur Attr.
Sevi'tiVeurs Kxiierienc*- in the (Jen^eral Lntnl Olliiv at \Viu*liiii(fton, I). C.
ROOM8, ATLAS BUILDING.
Main8treet,^ ^ Helena, Montana.
iJttV-/ 4 '
DANIELHANLEY ^ CO.,
J.L. SMITH, Oranges, Lemons and Apples,
Allkinds of MfabsaiM and other freights,^im Indiiui urn., proinptly iransfernsl fnini the
Oth.e ^r ,). KeldU ri.''. Si.ir.. and at the de|s.t.^Orders will rts*eire nronipr attentit.u.
DriedFruits and Nuts, Cigars and Tobaccos.
sVV.tI ALTIBB^4 reseent CtaMMTf Butler,^I ua^^ Cheese, \ ei;et.itiles and Molilalia^I o 1. i . Mouse rroilllels.
Ahiah aTkile MloaL i r, ,in:i^ lnt)s for rol-^leav, N-ioutifn' ^rbuul ^n.l for boainaaa. First-^tlsMaaaaanoa; tburtHiab cimrkk of .tu.h. Ad-
eirv~ii'. I^ IIOWAHD.
MVMabatiOa-den rity. I uh.
INITKI) 8TAT^5^^Ul I I TV
IMl |.fl N. MAIN.
THEMAZKLW(X)l) LAND ( O.
Theterrible loss exisTieneHl h^ Heatlle in the late fin* wan such a* to render thousands horaelaaa^and dependent. u|a^n lhl^ ehkrity ^^f the world. Hie immediate want^ were tended t... and the world^at larire nohly rkkDoadad to the eall for aid. Hut at the preeent time the IMM for a hum winter^start* hard in the Im'e of many hundnsls ; siekuess from exiajeure a.e eertain Ui oeeur. and tte faL^lowina plan has lns'ii deviaeii to assist in eariiut for the nnfortunat.s. who may neisl medical kaaiaV^ancvTtn Ki\ine to the different luwuitals a handsouie sum of money:
THKHAZKLWOODLANDCOMrANV hae aiMierously deterrninisl to donate the , iof two
hmMManil two haadrM lots to the hospitals of the eity, and han piirehaa^l this pro|^ rt^ with a view^lodiapoiaasof h kt a small kilvaiiee over cost and devotina the net proceeds to the eharitiea abora^iiieutioinsi; and pii^,MM*ei* toissiie tickets to l^. sold for i*ch for the purtN^*n of raisiruc money ui^halp . ^rr^ on the work. Tiny han1 placed the tickets on nale throiurhout Ihe country, and upon IV-^cernln'r .ti. IM a eoakailttM coiisistina of twelve prominent citizena will take all the numlaTa of^tickets sold and place them in a Ism; lla^y will then l^. thoromrhly niix^l and a Imy hlindfoldad will^pUm bia haud in tlie Ian all.I draw out one iiiimlsT, and whix'ver hohle the cornvpoudiint numhur^w ill ba awanhxl one house and the |*ir of lots noon which it is built. Then the fifth nuiiilwr drawn^shall he awarded a lot. then the tenth nuinlicr a lot. and so on, every thirty-fifth number drawn ahall^he awarded a lot until the two MUM M sixth riumlier shall he drawn, which shall entitle the^holder lo the i ..rres|s,nilinn iiuiulsT which shall la-drawn, tu the reinainina house and |*ir of lot*.
Allthe alsive property is iniaranti'od to !^^ fr^^. of any and all liens moiimwtee or kii)1hin^ that will^impkirk title. A warranty MS aMMnia is rfis t title will lie niaile to eyery lucky tickiK holder^who wins a price, lie' tirketa are only plae.sl at f'J.'^l, and lieeidea a standing ahow to got a^Is'autiful home worth NJNa a lot worth MM. Yon are aiding one of the urandi^t eharitiea wbieh^han ever asked of von aid. I'lirohaw1 your tickets of nii\ attent or traveliiuc canvasser who hae nropar^MaMaaC U.sl. ar^ deiMMiUal will, the l'u^ret Sonml National Hank.
THEHAZELWOOD LAND CO.,
\\.W. N KI \A+
Mnnufaetiin-rami Dealer in
rs,Side Saddles, Listii uml m
Ilita.S|uirH, Quirta. \Vlii|ie. Li^lies. Hlnnketa. Slnn'tn. Diistern. Slickers,^Niwf liana. SweaH'ullarH, Hnrm^ ItodK. ami all other ^ixala uhu.illy kept^in n liret b|mb harni'm- store. Ilaml nunle driving hariieiw n Hptwinlty
OppositeGrand Central Hotel, Main Street, - - HELENA, MONT.
I^1 \lll 1*111 H IN l*^.V
1:1ill ll.T I'd ia*),
The[jHrefeat I^f.-uiini; Hotel, line the very la*t fti'i-omnnalHtionB in tb^ etty.^Katea reiluciil. (a-r day uml upwards, aininlint; t^i lia'iition of riNim*.
ThePioneer of the Great West!
SCHWAB^ ZIMMERMAN, Proprietors.
ThkOldMt. Mokt Detlrabl* Le*dlnS Flrat-ClaM Hotel In the City.