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nra II vesi m tt P A. N.. a SUt
mt awl wth taInn f arrlmum sad all
Nieat .s ?.uttra Par4S4 R. n.
" 1% r F. -a wauart. 4lrjPl*l Uve Sow.
~rrrr r ILi :l ab Y (lo
.T~ ·L ý s Warm Arrives at Sutta
Aruival and Departure of Malls.
MAUI! DPAT DAILY 705
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IIAIUI ~1.3 A.SN DALY.S
W sdWr..aoftaiart T.6 F.
(IIIft hC4 m r.ani hro. deparLure.
Tb. daft uweid al m tbmumomntt r In
dls .lf Is repaued ha A. T. Plaut.r.
dvinbs Thus usuw. Tb. seauui or y.
bwu i rwa: ta. m. 93 dalree's 12 m., 57
dmg.s; i4 p. mrn., a dsgress 5 p. i m.. 3
&.erip Omsa t. the *sadsrd will e rr
gad wa of buoualr in . or of CAh aleu of
*W W Ntie. Maier afuw. Advea t adu
indin be lased ad the Muineua ofoe,
wsadavd lUdiqg. corme of Meta sad
ABOUT THE CITY.
wAehhm has a special aak" on Satur
dma. bhhb i ndvi.utimwl thin marnisia. and
ABOUT THE CITY.
Antsehim bam a spr Cial sale on Satar
day which In advertimed this nmorning, and
which it will pay every rermdent of Ana
eonds to attend.
Memhers of the Lowland elh are re
minded that the oeninK receptkion for the
su m lon is announced for to-night and tlat
the duancin berfins Ipruptly at 9 u'ckl-k.
A furious runaway occurred yesterday
afternoao. The raneer why was driving
the outit was thrown out tagether with
-im* a stock of grwceries wlhch e haul
m* p4?ehased, at the corner of Maina and
v io t st snets.
Kilg Lodge. No. 17. 1. . . G. T., at their
ast regular mreeting at the (o'ristan
ehuch,. on Kemold street. elected the bl
lowing oll.sMrs for the ensuing quarter:
C. T., C. . Barker; V. T.. Katie Mo
rtaon, 8.. GUetavas Hilibnhoue . S., Jennie
Gemimll T John (Cahaulh . C., Rev. P.
Lowry M., W. H. Leek; G. . L. 'ohilll;
BM 6MagtL e Hoffedits:; . M.. Allin
The funeral of Jereniah Bray will take
place tra St.. Ann's hospital at 2 o'cl*kx
Udhi afterson. Mr. Bray was ai years of
age, and came to thit city only a few
weeks ago. He conlitainr t of a u a*-ver
pain In bil hea d an was taken to ti
boital for trleatnas't. It wasr dillc ilt to
determine Just what tho disease wa. TINh
pain l.crsaeNed ald Mon Wednwday h)I
came so veieunt that the ;patient was cdlir
THE CATHOL!C MISSION.
mg C(agessaelta. kiea I to he e
qUeems at Sb. VSetag retest.
The mission whikh is being conducted
at St. Paul's chsrch attra*ts large asremn
blaugs daily and is already productive of
mlelm good. The evening services are s
pecally well atte(ma . anld last .ight the
.urch was filled to ovtrflowing. The
amalsesio is conducted hy Rev. J. McLouglh
lin. of Mt. Louis. Rev. ('. Lamaseur. of l)e
eelt, and Rev. J. Nierman, of Kaasas
Ci.y. eginning at Helena on September
1, these clergy nen have been holding
a.heeas in the ('atbolle churches in MosI
taa ever since, and will probably rewain
in the ate foer sooe little time to come.
Their fforts have mset with mlarked s.er
eems everywhere they have gone, and es
-peially in thisb city.
The.. servi.bs are held daily. At 5 a. mn.
there i. mass and a sermon: at 8tM a. nu.
there is also m ad a mermons an d at
7ta p. a. the serv*ices consist of the ro
eay,. a mermon and the benediction with
the saraments. Last evening FatLher
Wieremau preached an elo~I.ent and very
eb sermon on "Whby (atholkek no to
feimioa." On Sateurdlay evening there
will be a grand servkie i honor of the
Uadr Father De niere's pastorate St.
Pa-uls is developit into a large, strong.
vigasae church. The cosy parsomaa.c.
rVi Uhas jus1t been cl pl..ted. Is hueig
furnished ils a way whi'h attests tlr love.
and estee.U IIn wl*icls tl. ('atthlies of
Anacondas holkl thk.ir worthy priest.
T.. . rrmw LgIt.
Without fail the aienutiern of ti1e W.I*lt
Brownn minstrel conUalny will aplpear ial
he boards Saturday evetling of thin week.
The perfouenane paroanines to hw the manst
vaerld and brilliant ever pre.mntodl before
ma Awconda anudierwe. Th.e ,ongs to be
elered neat 4$atusiay etenltl were
wIm epreasily for the Bronwn menistrel
Th.eb. dalnha roomn at the Montana will
~ d i.elally for the vourrenio and
Igag - who arn promnotlug the vrenture
ed to appear in uuiformn, which
-- itl beo wortb te price of admal
- Th stable a ,olklited to drop faur
La. im the o and ise the fun.
asast harsese in ohmierv at Isa em i
AUlwel bhal' cloth ae. at Esee 6
e * e**a A. T. Plais r's drs store.
1b at ite a ian underwear at
~6 ,, wlJ_
' tie eter tof T i uPrte
THE JUDGE'S RULING
kt cb13rlth PUph. D~
Th. Retr. m r F r.w t0 Sb. Y.rvfmeret
hmeed M U.0..---. DIkb.r
97 bS. M Wa bd.
NwMrlW to She taniard.
Irrv., Oat. SIt.-Waord warn w'cved
heret toinigbt that tshe raurns n Siver
How enwnty were received In Helena and
a r eelpt given fer shaea. This I. naskid
errd equlvalent to an omnl waceAancc
of the returnhs
Bnrrrm (let. al.-There was a beats o¥f
exciteomaeet in thie court rcsnm thisu nne-n
lug as the time approached for tihe uead*
lses 1im the McHatton case. ('inart openel
prumptly at C:I o'clock, and besimnee
was commenced he Mr. ('aenphell asking
that the case o (ouurtmne and the legisla
tive a aldklatew be take up to-day after
tlh court's deciskin uposn the McHattonl
Judge DeWolfe in prepariag to read his
lengthy deciskon explained that owing to
the very sort tinm which had ibe.se al
lowed to prepare this openksn uponl this
very important cae it woukl neeessarily
he auelewiat ilmperfect inl diction and in
literary foran it mnilht require soen* slight
alteratknes.l He then pree.dedl to
deliver bhi d.eciion. During its de
livery the court Isna was deasely pack
ed with expectant listeners. Llence was
painful dainag the learnled Judge's re
amarks until be cne. to tte point where he
red the faanmasopnlaon of Judge Knowles
up the dutie of canvassinsg boards.
o'1 rkllouoaess of Juldge Knowles' po
sithon in pleading as republican counael
to have his decsidons, which were, ren
derud whee he was judge, was very appar
ensI to the crowd le t.e court raYen, aind
every face ehu a broad aruil.e. Judge
Kenowles was tia only name in the court
who failed to see any fun Ila ties situation.
Iunsnediately after te court's dterlinae
was announcedl Thonpsne ('tamlpell tled
aceti of *seeptioes to thew reuling. He also
asked that time court he pkleased to fix
houhb ila the t case of the a nmlnbers of the
casevassing hoardl. This question was
left for the aftero nac nsesiom for argu
51P1N31? sixr .i.IiuaK I.Kns.S.rK
3. the dilstrk court of the wecssa Juictial die
1,1st. the ferrite of Moalaisa. in and for the
county of gilt rr Haw.
The terrlory of usaiamta. cx. re.. J. J. Me
Hat"', vs. bulaa M. Jack. W. K. Hall and
I'ats4. K. Irvine. Ibard of* auvasier. ct..
OPI5NONE .W TH*K 46'lI'.
The relator J J. Melaiuai. in hbis afMsiavi
and plitiuum Vur the atcenalntve wrlit of aIidl
nasuesam, afleusa. i. mubateantw. that at ths sknaton
held Ls this icrrruilry bt t*srsl day of m.tober.
tarsal. bwan a asnd sai fowr th uakcs lf dstirt
siwivsrd f 3.334 yule.r tsr mids a
r ut uirasaid uuye
aýý1ot his roweal s 3473 rafts
Upsattie v sd ls'. warn cx byluthe of l. vsic,
tar tat iarus't s3. in isot c wutty; thall, at ths
hiut mmcd preciast 171 veal.. were cast for thw re
and nly hrewvole fu thse samanlte can
dLtsih. thJIhe Ivesat at mid wcrmtwt 3
bad hiss sosmratt. the relator would Isave a ma
jsclllafW vcsu over LI. L. HUamrto lbs t pis.o
lam csdld a for lbs maid uok iof distuicst juie.
y:U l futher ailingl. thlat lb. retort of
th f at smid prcinct 34 were diully a
turned t.11 the iaUums .mnvaafmin1bardas s.f maid
sany. tuwit: tlb rmid Jacka r cad InIke
rnfuind to ciul the laseawnd. nu
LLmanswt as wulrr by lw. and. by rw
ssthe emote, and umini tIe meane are isiuntest
7ls asracts tliereoaf mmd.tie sMitor wait he
to eals her maid cadre eat diatnlt itud.ae.
to wichbelaims to have 1. bes ilete. he
prayer i. tow an altenatlive wril of amanstnnaua to
ousimpsi the esamaay~ boaurd t Is. eus thwe itsat
rat for tlb. relaisar .18 precinctl mmnedt. or to
show why lhey have Wad dne no.
After man preliminary milis ass ao the form
of the mdiii., anal a dmumr to the writ. which
te csurt overruled. tIwo cathe 1 amnasber of the
Ianud-Ja-k andl HlaU--A an aaswca. in which
they mat tsil mIieraI dtlferent cass.. for not sara
Manaastract of the votCeant at midst
The uttr lnrrlrr of the board-Irvine-alu
fidal ar meicrmi answer. La whclh he atgllegd his
wltkagesa ast desire to oufi lbhe videos staid
*awWast. sand ars .agly ireverned fIsou skiig aul
y thW rf umal of his s-sdcagu..a to join with m
in said ssaanl.
The aqueston prseseted for the deciasin at the
.mbrt is Ite surfl*skur- or ilama.tie.ey of the
eaume showu to jutifily tIw artkan sath th. -.wity
sat Utw buard lan rejartajr tIe vote of d pre
Tlwe slse al.at..sI n the answer may be
brkiely naamanurltad as ftukiws:
FVirt -They lien)y that th. relator reelvesd 171
votes at pre.uiact 4, and his oppimoent uanly thrre
timland-I.eny timit the ret lrns trIna sal pre
clula. were seat or r*w.ivtd by umall.
Thirds -lany that the retursin wre reg uliar
and in msubstantial esanumiana with law.
YFourt- ileny. that lie returns ..eantaasid tlhe
roper tally shea4s, or rses of ra.adklates vtaed
for or h ien tIeer 1of votes retiva V4by eachI an*
dklat"*. at full length. set cfith as re.lired by
law; sar that they were returns of uaid iwrevict a4,
or that the rrturus were' rertilled as required by
Yifth-- Deny, that the returns were on proper
iaths -larny, sIat it ra5nll betasily asrtalaedr
trmn ltw reurus, thle nuimer of votes asnd for
a*vetia --lI-eny that taw relator will be dae
tested far maid o altt by reasMon s the refusal of
tlw sibard to .Usaami the* Vate at alil prre.nest.
It also swts up several matters as a air mia
tivre dreteer i refutingt to smrunt tls vste of msal
iareriat4. MoNt of tits alrantnoative Iuatter Is anm
allittation, in an almrlmative fonrm,. of what
be bnii alreaduly drlsll; "but in ladditn . it also
states, or atliqeage that 174 vtees we-re ist at pre
rtlart 4. anl that l.w returns and unntes of lie
vtters were anot written tldow, by t clea.rks Iat
eleoek.n, and t11w .rtllralaes to lte turnsra ania
11* attestatik of tlrw Jslges was aut in conforaa
iti with taw.
Theswer thius .tntnlnis as follows:
"That theyr 4t 11 ."unal ac Ihumnl, wer, In
tnglead by lw with Itse ditty of d.Stenuinnim:
wuast wern- the rtirunu. *.t u1h v.it reat M
*wrwlawt 34. that its Iwrf w rustng thist , dItt they
eixaxutwd,. what purpooteleto . he. the. a-et'ras ftreat,
sukt prnecinct, Nutd what were pm..eiwnte.l t.. themt
as stah retrrtus. anti dktemflttl that they were
tie 11tile r turts ..f the ve4e*1 at sakl mure.~wt.n
Twte auilltows sane agliestious its tatl to
sow"usle.atftNits emtal.taw bcy the. hecari whitch it
is etie de~emede twwevss ary. f~el teaseuns herteaf tier
wu tntkM d. to cssnsielrr its this; sel"Isiti.
laid itn h u 11w sitflktletey of the catue
heie krsw itIsnetv5t) in ther first kuru.Y e.
ers oft Use eanvsainin boons at whether [he.ir
uwaiemm weri r msnultenal eui . or rUoy linIs
teral and partly Judicial. lI atiasterudl only.
the cgurt can etmapel their by wanetlasnis to per
form the duttest retal ted eao 15mg by hw ; where
as U they art Iha Jaauitclal. or in a 4qusm-J utik tat
capealty while the marat sty b tise procteutie
tresmpel tlem to act. It anuw* t tromut theM the
Ulate,'tl Ultieh 5e,1aWns to the eeanueofall ut aLL
aTi p awcrs an. datire tobe performed by the
hernia..s~e dlots a th petas1 eammwlul iasg It oare f hc-vz
UAr Utw prt y oiler r me mnr of ty
l brM rl rrstr slstr ore pIIWlaoos of lhl t hapeer
or 0· u ·aer t all he relr a shll be rm-awed, the
ehainaa of th board ofsinuoity aamilsknera
or m is his at -I. a( other member othe
boased shall andetmaoe the probate
the u c maa y onr othd yr
i~i~~autlor miy eouaay uielrar~yr
sebui be w wes s i~iu h
abotraat at lb. Vl65.
mum ~me I. lsty mamlisem tram 1
emiiet tip eAtiug whmsk disas bMlb
stieafo duart --Ci - -
gluM. fo aeim" ilo ut beae
uaaU al tommaely Said I&A
Shanall Ise a aniticato abeab wfiter
lab~uat UK" it" -h I a m amd v1'anvasinm
elmsai eanmrlmw. ori amd up, gibe VGIIO afroetrdb
14k~~a lime. AIUU '441 toy~e t1 haro. it SSWm lt.
tarts. Were. .sfdlia-let to14) lk t.u h emha to do Ibis;
and, wheo thsda1 hprdty n -, Pwr
se-tlio referre'd to, for ina aaayeeth.r me.tiom ant lb
jaw an Its their dimely of IsieltIhriFg itao. tim k.M
for tii. Ueiftire.0a of 114e rvitmura nasiad m
jemdgemeoute.Iet-Aimen; nouilmasg ams lam the. hricahitLz i.
isy f us or lb.. te aie.'o ..alwaa-ed libe
me hem. and all khaetre-d ogmaeloam wer
by lb. ..lvtiuma law isA n mo.uwr aimd disenast
trilstiswim, anal 14, an enatirely diltofre t foam of
l nedairpto. wuat ine 4,.mcdorr.d oee this board.
V~lkil ise the. vumareet rule.. aajlq"uait to boards
eumosmoLatmaed like. ecear eleelmcat io i v samida buned in
smet1led by nmusit-rouem..i st Wit lgm be iami. lt&udIer
alg sit.. hormaiill. ,' .Miimy for thens areco -um beady
Mel ievary lII hue U..,rk tmi .ehmatioms. inmmueathgm eftb.
Is~ermer- lthe rtale- mial thme atelmoaritiefs in sup
it~f e Iasea hi readily feoezeal; food1 cegase su&W
Iso."uml wlills. Im dImlel, too lwe= Miss. hu opialesa
lorevetAIm a mmmlmaamtc referrei.lm v ts 11.
ox as prper. hUowever. 4o Wrr so a surCunn oS
our own siuprese rusrt, in w-hitb it OuerIates
tl., M.ae pIwi'ipki% itl, hbI xne l..md ui1 a-
e.nmpatle. Is t w ea ' l of I'llnrmaser. vs. I
Mas.. .*;4 w e.rakling oni the very . ttat Ul s w
i*.ºwr of lwseu auvarrlnl hIorl. anil M lpa.
"cer in " Iiueli r is like this. 11w urt.' l
J Vanwh. Nays:
is in a qeattlue that tsr tanuvasuage atlb
rthauas 'it tio abstractls sit t helw VetIem 6 auh .
to sh, witSh. It was no part oit thetir duty It odter
mser what wa the true andl l vote eaLt.
What they were re.ilire to d.o was. to deter
miner what the ahtstralts of ties votes returned to
them r. showl esiro talls lmejel As tsey ave
no right to gp lielaud tl-. atastractsa thUey Lve
mu rign t to assign. as a reautn fer Isa' canvass
gti- trse C sutralcts, timt wti was ma llUi
auld fraudultent vlte Ioilsit tlhe.
"Itsuch an l e was alk.wed to be rai.ed
whIse the qmetles was whether an lerthom a.l
s.r should eanvasm owr as etleatkis returs, every
eone of them, down tbo t u ute s at e e
uoig Mlht ramse Ute mse wme, aud there we-ld
her a eog apum auer whale it'at. systems. US-
a.ers whlne duty .lw it is to a.lvass returns.
walve nu eMter .ues thmai therrr to pertr
seeditnsg Smn to eus mape them to p he
hind the reluarns ad datersainlt the aetual
leagdal tc east, ao thry aenaut set sp what LIs
law dsim nest ceseewraS Ieanr, as omuera. as a ..
feonw whsel they are requred to deo wlmet des
easeerr them. as uaMeers, under tlw proevausla of
Lauigualk mnor aIpt and pIr tiulet to ithe re-se
now salnier eons Mleratiea rcnoumkl aiet It' usv.
iasiliat ua i tho li for.e or |huIw" to ilaitate its
t.rirseswu and precls on. The nawmusineuda of the
legal lprinM-lpe it states i. llo alled by Ile cte.r
ias-mi anld reel'lsiheli willh whlich ti*m Iprinelolr IJ
istateI. till, ir tllHrr were llo sl.isilons, eitfirr--
our own or sAther maer rts, li thin qlueomUan.
pi.r1mni, -eainii1, or alih lossay. lndler near
inlattle. oiiNli-lose a i caima\; inn g .Ie.rd. ihown.
SIlink i..llMsively", litl It iFu o irser-r the inted
tlie of dtli.e liga iturel 1r eo inifr aiilon tiaeil any
Niwtwer 4t tl * |lt plain ximUl .iolaple oine of eotilting
lih volte as lihown o)y tilar r.sarlinil. and makinsl
aitlmtralit.s lhmernof. Tile ilwirl itself if
ItIe"tigu amnt trasmanitry. andl mny Hw e->snpleel lf
Ilar. lllm of nlly niaIisnfHr of c.lUlity o.ltmer. The
lhairllian of ltheb Imarl of e~innty alminsileuie-.a
or. in hili trlHmusi . asky ll nlesllwr .of tie lunardl o
r4.ilOty eanllainsiolueri, lllailg tlo oisl aMinta.le
thle Iprol'iatd jilKge or any jItliicr of the imw se oit
llwe iceulnty, Ud on* ther coeInsty oMler, I~osti
tileti. Itli hotHrl. The twletin. llo o thl IsMird may
dlevole on niay one* of tllt three IlaesI wlh are at
tlif lrtile* eoillty *aiesailolliicate-rLe, iulet thllr cont
uiaimNiorr liha a carte- blaeaseh t.o m-leni whorver
elow he jileaiuse to actt with himn. rnaled Ni oly,
tluat siie oif Ilit Imelrmo ills oleI-til i a *Arentolm
jasllee or a Ijartlei ofi tihe il-pUe, tlaIl the lther
meolle *s.*iIaty oflleer.
(an it bw that the Irgtlllsturer ever intendeld hi
coafer elon a Ih*ardl. looies in m.LHIIt a inuIs er, the
hiapaalant alI deClkate duty of drstklist etmL e
vcality elect-lioun re.tlram, aisl lu their dit.-r.
tikli of cuemseing or reje'tingi vot.es eut at an
e.eetilo? The lroponitioe Is tiN e almard tar h.
UBe, anld to ia oteManil lthe qluesittl. Is t, anmwer w.
It i-linme Itu tluit Ill*, tlile noit delkunte of al
lhi. tl dIItir, anid the onel that c-lIues teamre to
h rlllIt~~ am Intereti of every ritizers. is ltin
left t14 an uncrtrtalti mdl shiftlilla lMserd reoneaimal
likt an erhM-ter c*anvass.li lHtlrel. If tier pri'al
ple I have sitatel tlIl. Ias enorret, that the duiit
io the canvaiulng Ihard s, simply to nmak ab
a.racts of the vAtes. amI hownl by thr rrturas.
it obviates any naeesity of lnqaldrliag
whether thei fatl set Sup in Itw
answer of the majority of thle Ioared are
true or not. It was nit for Sheem to may or d1.4.
imllsr whether the clerks of et4etion l rforArmed
lteir ditty a et4Imei' lby law or nit, or whethll
the e.rtineiatels or attltatl ona lunate y the jils i*ee
alid clerks were in lu dI f4u o of law, or whetll r
the cle.rks with their own harnd,. enterml tim
nam*es of the voters on tilr tally slheets. or Sailter=
e.l uanme osen- l to do it for them, or. innally
w-llther tir -returnis of ti-r erkttlkNi were trnis
Inittel In tlitr nsatle ipre. riltrld )y thie so.tauItes. or
urelahel them In a differrelt w)y. saime. or all.
of them* lia)ny e illoinwortlllt ileS*tiosN,. iset ItIl
law jirovcles a onetlMli, as also a trilltaal,
In which they many lie retim and doclekkl;
but they are not for the iceterrealuttalonl of it i;n
vamInoiK Ilurl. . Again. iuohtiUn i ti- llafIIli'ag o
J.llige Kilowlrs li the cite 4l ('lh lliiltiaaero \s.
nItts. 'ellfers whoe lutyil by law in to caunvas
returia lilave nll eiter leal dalet ll litna tl..e to
perforins: and, ias i woHlld tant Ihw within thli
plrllrnil of th prI Immc.inag i nalndalnnlHniso ti eam
l tm to goIh tlwhll t thl ret tars. isiel dlelter.ilne
Ih Iulllt"al ltrgl ,otee sto. uM tihe) rui nol51 Wt ilt:
whalt In law ldoen. ilit nitounrn theiem n ofilhiverN s
a defenMse wheas they nare reqirme Ito do wlat
de ioe c-naelr Ilhe-u an olnliter unlder th-e pr.u
.v i.chL-rS, -it Iw.
1The answer in mner ilace states that 174 voles
were .Me at prelnc*t ;:4. I am at a loss to knew
her this flt c mald a lºse'r except by the returns
whalkh a majority al thn eanvamut b~rnt re
ee. It appalmr by the returns it follows fram
we ity that thie returns were sumleient to en.
alde ther canvassing I*mard to aucertain the vOLe
east. and for Whom east. and this was lumelent
to euiable theitl to bake te abetlra t of the votes
requlirt at their hands. This aalubiskon of the
answer alms negatives the allegation that it mould
uot be "easily" dteterlnL rod timn the returns.
the numberrof votes east. Ibe.sllr " easily" a
ceertaIed or Int, it serms to have ireet aserstat -
ea for tbe Imu of t a pleading, and as a defense
against wh the law enjoi)ns as a pal ict dluty:
and if useful for smawi a Ipurlmw. why ncould mtu
the knowledge thus aaptire rtle as well applied
in makUing abutracts of the votes east at the e
cetl in questnkm?
No reason has been taed,. or eas n he imagined
why, if the vote amild tbe as.ertalnd trna ther
retureas, it shuld ot be counted by the canvrs
Ing board. Many other lnteresting m.nemahons
have been prereted in the argu.net of tihe
ase1; but want of tlhe prevents their cuasadera
It follows, frnm what has beetn said, that in the
jutgment of th the e aumses shown in the
answer are tint suml.iet to justify the refusal otf
the Ileard of canvassers to - the alternatllv
writ heretofore issued. It is theefore orethrre
that the peremptory writ of amndamtus. Issued
toa Willaim M. .ack. William K. allU and Cal.e
V. Irvine, comnlUalil.g thema to Inake the al
strait ot the votes rast for said relator ams l
reecl in the alternative writ heretofore grantel.
laniwcliatc.iy upon the decisiona of the
coulrt, the Ir.-e.n ptow. rit of andatlanmlu
was issuedl by JugLe We Wolfe. Time writ
is aekilr-sedl to nIIt. IM. Jack, nWm. E.
Hall antl ('aleb F. Irvine, nwienhlers of the
uoard of eanvauers of Silver Hkow county.
After reciting tlhe fircurnstantce of the
ease au set forth in the alternative writ of
matulaMatnu the following Judgmentw of the
court is set out andl a command issued to
the mesmbers of the boerd. as follows:
Thisem.iusIe t'ttiniig liii forS lenitt~nh u1155 Ilthe ie.
liatt's isutiou for Juaeluet 11104111 ttr' Attitiuiel,
oil:der anl writ aInI answer mad r.'teuru Oftk'defend
z, 4%. it is otrde'ml, adljem'I~e'd andI dt'ere't, tluat
PaLi da-fendausts had tn inewer or autlaority it a-%
clud. %aid pa'&nct nutinner 34; slnd thlat tle'r at,
tiut, the'Iam was llegal amid void, and that the' rt
turn%. Ineluding stal jwine'tt. citmltt te ls true
^Sul 'ewwee' result of s eId .'lttio. andet that %aid
relatosr have his loret-et'tiltoW) writ of nsaastlset as
Isray for In ds witiiitaoun and rree'ee Iia 'aSItS
anddiailrsemnents in this khlw f exisended, this
31 rA day~ of t h'toti.r, IAM.
There'foere' we ewamnanadyou that lnmtmesdhia I
after the m'ip( of thisWrit you amarnhle u
e'ount the vote's of mald trwsem-n 34, and all the
votes of all the other prvcLnts ofl alid eseiuuty
maul make all the prolmer n eleal abstrala
therrst Iot saiii tmoll of dit·let Aut1(e
Witness; 11ON. 14TKPHKN PC Wl.YK.
Jitmg of l2nd Ii)iru t'ourt.
Meanwhile there was a akle imut' ogoino
on In thwe coutnt clerk's oftice hbeow. Tbh
tto( 5w k Deh aUdmade
€rs ena. deB|^Be ear the setteee as d^
ar ohet a t e Outrm .
tru~ d-- to ham w w reur. In few
.tes a spheal teo wa ntsriny awmrr
hoten. em the Meonty fem n .tl mm
onr. Bootl . i n ls iShes f hat ur de.
etiron. rfpt.rd to ftMew ll the ah treWr
turns but ferd tho. wmrh inhMdd
U» frtr4MTlh Tiat. r. pecrul
rsee t(rm.n (:ar'ko r Booth in cnfoa
gaee wit* dputh C. H. uut' dend en
truhsle to them leeitou rua In r fof min
,ter at slppel trai no was ng toward
Holena. on the Montana Central ro ad
contnaling, It Is aaid. A s cibkf hburdenu.
t1w deputy, Judgie aMeonell. the alhtr t
of retumam. ald erll. atr of K electon is
sued b(ny (ousuty Crk Booth In eacorn -
rune warih the Iourt'ls decilo t.
Althoiull the peeof lh e oue r of tie dlay
rwer fast slippiu by.r no actlon was taken
by the denmo-ratu lawyers to enforce tlhe
order of the court and Warren Toole saki
tlhe order wnutld not he enforced on the
horrd oferan asuer until argumont nson that
11 1Mwtl had bien hiard. As ther ncrt Ildet
ate 1;) o'caek thi afternooa. Thumnrs mH
('an|rpll immlediately tendered ua anuder
takini on appeal. Mr. Kirkpatrick oh
Jecte<) to any stnP toward an appeal in the
eamw. Warren Tiole asked that lbonlds he
tlitel for a rtay of pirvwellina. Mr.
('anipAtNll asked of thLe clerk if the |Ia|Mrr
ludl not been filed. The clerk maid tlhe
|UrsPt- had not e tai fled.
- Wra ro 0now wary postu antr le
thein ?" dem.adltd Mr. ( mptll.
"B.ieame obje ltos. had mbee anad.e to
filing the p al,." mapled the clerk.
Mr. (manlpll Iin.st ueis tha right to
file any papers he chose to.
"'Attorneys are stJpping entirely outside
of their uthority," msaid the court, "whns
they rco In bre, amid direc the clerk as
to what be is to do. There is a proper and
an improper way fur al attorney to otb
tain his rigts."
Mr. ('amphldll la sed to the clerk.
After this little ply. Mr. Kirkpatrick
took the floor to oppose the motion for an
appeal. He makl:
•My Tas : Pipat, that -a judgauent
in. a mawn asle ut appelatabm..
writ i not to he bW was+ýpeail or am
.aeeutiomaei any bond. '.
Third, becase of this altidavit." r
Mr. Kirkpatrick then reed an amdlk.it
from Caleh E. Irviae. probate judge and
mc-umuher of the hoed ol envamemm. stat
eing that no saneeag of the hoad of con
vansmre ha e d een he since the pretended
counting of election returns and the ea
elusion of returns from precanlt lt that
the board had taken no act utlaris.
ina an appeal; it has enmplsed no counsel
in the nmatter that Wmn. M. Jack. one of
thei hoard, left the territory for the east*
ern stats a day or two after the last meet
inlg of tle hard and is still absent from
the terrl . and is not withln the Jurl.
dictione of coesart.; ald that thte ailant
has not and will not concur in the petition
for an appeal, a. d ons the contrary, cola
curs ilm and wisnh. to abide by the de
clision of the court.
After reeding the a davit, Mr. Kirk
S"Acc.dl these attorneys have not
twen aut set l to ive note of appeal,
-sk a star of proeedings or take any ,c
tion whatever. The board of canvasser
must act by the conjoint action of Its three
members. It cannot act by individuals.
It appears from this afkldavit that only
two of the three members of the hboard are
In town, that the other one is out of the
furwsdiction of the court, that the board
uas taken no action in the matter, and
that It Is not far Mr. Hall alone any more
than for Mr. Irvine alone to authorise an
appeal. The board has not acted In this
matter uor has it authorised this action.
These attorneys therefore repeseunt no
h hdy ut a minority of the bmard.-Mr.
Hall-be alone cannot bind the ohaud.
--n l ~rebn this judgmneat must be
At this point Thompson _amnbell
,rmeagyh arose. raised aone d
aheead. ad maid In soens am -
" Never before In my leal arr
have I been challenged n cont on my
right to appear. I desire to he sweor a
that I may show my retainer bS thi
Mr. Campbell was sworan b the clerk
and then said: "Mr. Jack caume to me
about 8 o'clock on Monday arfernoos the
day the cdnvassaln board met, and at the
dtime of the serviceof the first writ of
mandate. He told me that be desired me
to appear for the board in all proeedimn
in this matter, and asked fe was a
lilerty to leave the Jurindiction of this
court. I said he . Now, I have a
perfect right to represent Mr. Jack for
"I "Lt us know," remnarked Mr. Toole "i
you pulease, where out dallbvit ends and
your argument bens."
The hint was en. Mr. Campbell
took his seat and Judge Knowles belan to
talk. The Judsge said it as unheard of in
judicial pemnl ings for It to be necessary
that thee themselves must authorl, e
"Hve yome any authority for an appeal
in mandamus T" asked Mr. Toole.
Mr. Knowles maid that he had, and
quoted a statute to show that any party
Fagkved mig·t appeal from tb final
1uaenennt iana action r special proceed
n within otme year after the ftir entry
of Judgment. Mr. Knowles made one o.
his famous esestive addresand was
succeeded by Mr. Tool. Mr. Toole srie
there are only two acting members of the
board of canvassers at present. The
board hIs taken no twon rlegardiag the
Saptand the appeal i aceodlinly uan
The court asuked whether oansel could
not epresent the board just a. eamen l
reresent a corporation. Mr. Toole ro
plied that a private corporation Is In eret
a private Individual. In thib case this
board never employed this counsel and
mever took action in this matter. Messrs.
Jack and Hall. we are told Individually.
employed counsmel but the board of can
vasser never discussed the matter at any
meeting, and neveremployed any eounse.
"Who appeals in this case?" asked the
"Jack and Hall " sakl Mr. Knowles.
Mr. Toole said the supreme court of
California did not allow a stay of proceed
ings is a mandadmus case untill after the
ssge . of an ct per ittinrg tht Imln iý.
ontana inllowed 'California in ts origl
nal statutes, but that irovison made
specially applicable to mandamus was
never passed in this territory.
After further arguwetat Juldge De Wolfe
mid he would conkdkr the matter over
lnight and render his decl.son in the mnorn
nbe court then took up the consktrne
tMon of the mandamus case of the five
demeoeratic candkdate for the legislature
who call upon the board of eanvmers to
count the vote of the thirty-lau.th precilaw
Int their ca se.
Judge Knowles objected to this writ.on
the ground that the original writ had no
seal on it, and quoted authorities to
show that the service of a writ
without having a seal on it tI
a nullity. e alsao objected on the
nd mat the writ was returnable ()to
asrM. Tthqe oea as to whether the
IErn"tersl matter wa, argued an
r. Bthis tme ThboenpCsa C pbell'
b iad gves out, and Judge .stowlee
tmdml umttan fstedermptorne of ftlgue.
In gruessat, be remaiined seaed h can
semat a larg part of the time. There wars
edus. Ile bmleved that tlls
-maske ads -h W eI reu r we.r
andoV seli-. &bd .t.e ISAW
w»eb eg letes is mee saiTh luder
at 4mrdmet doesot mo PrUe the r .
uegta the Irdae s tMar Sprial y aSSe
S Nur. bus e bberd awme swfa re
tar wre, wHet h er lo whlih inlu orda
tb -whict exeludme precinct 85.
As soo- as the decision of the court wa
rendered this morning ordering the rr
turns.s fro Wmmet aTd to he counted,
Coln. T Clerk b issued certlficates o
election to dthoe entitled the ot rin emas
wtuhch skes i his duty to do roun.
which inaLvr it hto duty to do ·a.
Newes rS *Seer. mReno.
Judgle Itamowles favorie oceupa-iom
while llstening to the argument at his ad
vermarlee is to tear up little pieces ot paper
tand let them fal at his feet. Each night
the Janitor of the eomrt house as bad to
carrv away bsuketfs of the bits paper.
Late in the afternoon, after a bard day's
worka Judge Knowles looks as thoush be
se este. up to thes kneels in as ow
J. D. I Ra r ep nesmslnr the Helena
Jaesrea u and C. B. Nolah the Helena Jds
p.ndrs t at the et cntest.
id. HeUaI host beel one of the most
attentive lal.ers to the proceedings. He
site le ck n a Ju rycaakm 's chaire
witb his elbowaes esting the arms of the
chair and his tngews irnterlaoke d.
Thaatly alected Ca s hv bestraiei t pa
fwdayrs. He bha to leave the court after
a bhort speech last night and his eyer hav
.aen trublill bhin maso to-day tl.at be bad
to absent himself frm the scene of olaer
at.los for on intervals.
SJud Mb Co tihas also hbrk.en down.
His,'Ikoagn· e was nasde last nlght
while he was tg a stete of extreme ll
betlbt. He etumrsed to Helena this amrn
-dle Dixon's absence from the -
edeln has been generally remau .
TbTe seeet I that the juda hmaa been
quite sick and did not get ut until to-da.
"Do Iyou want to know what the coaura
of the republicans will be now "" said a
republican attoraney today to a TrAorDa
aeparter. Tbis oeard will refuse to ea
vase the returnas. Te will be thrown in
to Jail for oentempt of court and wall be
gin artes fr sar of habe.s corapus in
nother distuetri eburt. Thus the ase wll
hbe mmgt hbete another j.dge. How.
er. A tis board rfuses to canvass the
returns, the ourt can do that himself."
Judge lieWolfe is the most patient man
In Moetana. He has amen talked to for
four days sand tha frm4 impatient word bha
'et to escape him, in pit of the many
ting situations In wih h has been
Sand the veeatious cseumu atabces
at hve arisen.
The nTANIDAmD so.d like bot-cakes at
the court house this mornls. Its ac
couants of the proceedings of the court
have been in eneral demand.
In the middle of the afteroon, when
Je Knowke was in the midst oa his
Sabstruse and lengthy argument,
somebody unknown, In the rear of the
court room, murmured: "He who put.
the trib to slumber." Themr wasa
erlt titter, and Judge Knowles ooked
around in an ary manner, but said
There have been thus far twenty-Eve
D. J. lennessy Mercantile Co
Are Now Showing the Finest Line of
Silks, Plushes, Fancy
Ever yet brought to this city.
NO DRESS IS COMPLETE UNLESS IT IS WELL TRIMMED.
We Have Just Received an Eastern Importation
in the Very
Latest Novelties in Trimmings.
It is a little early to think about these goods, but
call and look over our line. It is no trouble to show
them and it will be worth your while.
We are making a special effort this fall to meet'the
demands of our customers in the NOTION LINE, and
with our COMPLETE STOCK feel confident of suc
We invite inspection.
D. . HENNESS Y MERCAN7ILE C01
comusr Oak ad rst a ies.
nalM hame me augmet aMe an easUmen
clash lea the eeem Amhmtappwe
mto at 4dB .'el.mk. -Chm - e=--r
Cýamp ted ry a rm t.--rm a- amen
and shook aods warmy.
to whip melt a dSla t M no e . sNa
Geneal admiratiron h been ehp d
for Deprty bherli Thne 's vlo6e as bo
corvenes ad 04U11 rn cMrt. It s al&o
ly admitte stbe Mr. Tbomes In a
Anme-eplei oBlker cour and obHteu
at all tlll mea d eer rMe dy to at old o
hTobly" Jone wasp eent .TMv d
to watch tU remslt ofb labo t inr
davit gatbhrin. A gntleman Irnm It
ena maw Cbolly" in the crowd and rle.
niaed hin at omce as the young man who
was compelled to leave tI e Capital
Citi at months ago under very
lunfao cl eircumstances. The gentl-e
man aid, "Why. surey that ain't
the Jones who war ea sd in securing
affldavit for tbhe z publlanr Upon
h'illA told that he was the great and onl
Jose= who bad obtaied. In company with
Mernarnd the alidavits from the four
,wrdea, the entleman maid "Bernard and
Jones are truly a worthy pair. One is a
nurkcr4r and the other ha heen horse
whiptid out of Helesa for beastly con
FOW LINO WANTS HIS WIFI.
.* Paid $t140 e baee but IShe maepe wshb
Wshekd himg CLsug.
Spi-nl to the stamndad.
BLrr$.Oct. 81.-Pow Lina, a Chimamsa
of this city, about a year ago purmased
China wife, paying for her the ezaeb
taet sum of PlU. Although the prie. was
ery large. the woman was eomuldered
worth it. After a few months Chinm ChimL
stole away Ling's wife ad then disap
peared from the country. Line took the
elopement especially to iet a
account of thes high p. he
had paid for the woman and also
bhecaa4 bearrled off two silk dre.ses, a
maslve pair of gold ear rings and muchb
other Jewery wlich he had given her.
lnce then he has mnad efforts to and her
nad hem prunour, and has now located
theIn tob e almon river country. Idaho.
Today Ling went to Attorney ooth ad
asked for a mandamus to compel the as
turn of his wife, o a prop.r auivalst in
money. Mr. Booth aken the cs In
hand.M In doubtful what ca to bineg
aginst Chines. Thme charge w puarh
S-arand stare naeny, as the woman was ern
sideed worth several hundred dollars.
kE . xtniton pa ar re blheine be
and "bi_.s detse.Iv. e dd.
brick.l to Idaho to brlng the woman
c1al eorreasp ac of the amedard.
Bfrrr, Oct. .--Tsm real estate traa
,erm were recorded today:
Fred I Grander to Patrick W. Murray
for $1,000, one-esith of the Blue Dick
Ed Quinn to Duncan McRae, for Lrs,
one-half interest in the Brown Girl claim.
red L. Grande to Patrick W. Murry,
for Su00 land in tie Blu Dick claim.
K. c. .I.e to James ama.~n for seS
lot . In blaok , of the Belle of bu. ad
Hattie M. Petter to Joseph KlaEfe, for
$14,% land in lot 8, black 11. of Butte
P. 8. Franklit and J. D. Frankfln hay
l ntd notie of applgatidon .t the Qua
plaSer mine Is an unknow distriet.