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VOL. XXXIII.-NO. 271. HELENA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 9. 1892. PRICE FIVE CENTS.
GANS & 'L EIN A. To-DAY is what has been known in London for centuries as Lord Mayor's Day. In our day this annual pro cession which passes through London to Westminster every 9th of November,when the Lord Mayor is sworn into office with mediaeval pomp and pageantry seems ludicrous enough. It re calls, however, the struggle of trade for the assertion of its rights against the despotism of power. THE RESULT Of a visit to our estab lishment is to confirm our statement of the fact that our line of goods cannot be equalled in Helena. We Are Grateful • To record that our pat rons appreciate our in creased. facilities for their comlort and convenience We Call Attention. To our various depart ments, devoted to the needs of Mern, Boys and Ghildren. Our Tailor-Made Cloth. ing cannot be excelled. HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR, While not exposed to view, are very important hygienic considerations in the completion of ap parel. WELL SIIOD With hosiery that fits and wears well, we may easily resist the en croachments of changea ble weather. WELL CLOTIHED With Underwear appro priatoly selected for the season, we can with stand a siege of severe frost. OUR LINE OF UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY IS COMPLETE AND WELL ASSORTED. GANS & KLEIN CLEVELAND, Is Again Elected President of the United States by a Very Large Majority. Grand Triumph of Democraoy in Its Heroic Battle for the People. Tariff Usurers and All Manner of Corruptionists Condemned by the People. Illinois Joins the Democratic Ranks, Together With New York and Indiana. So Many Electoral Vutes Assured Cleve land That No Combination of Clroum stances Can save Harrison. Grover Cleveland yesterday secured a large metority of the electoral vote of the United States and will be president for four years from March 4 next. The result is esuch an overwhelming victory that there can be no doubt of it. He has so many votes to selare that should some of the doubtful states change over to to the re lublican column he would still win in the electoral college. One thing the figures below prove, and that is that Har rison cannot get a majority in the electoral college under any circumstances, and should it even prove that Mr. Cleveland did not have a majority the choice of president would,be thrown into the house of repre sentatives. At a late hour this morning Chairman Harrity, of the national demo -:.:i..I. -jA *.1 // ~~::.·: / · 7 ~- ---t~i . . . . . . . . ·~. GROVEk CLEVELAND. oratie committee, said he has no doubt that Cleveland and Stevenson are elected. Ile claime New York, New Jersey, Indiana and Illinois, and thinks Harrison has lost some of the far western statea. DEMOCRATIC ILLINOI|. The Prairie State for Cleveland by a Safe MenJorlty. CultcAoo, Nov. 8.-At 12:30 a. m. the indi cations are that Illinois has gone for Clive land and Stevenson by from live to ten thousand plurality, and tie entire state democraitic ticket is elected. Late returns may change these figur's, as the country districts ase yet to Ibe heard from and are likely to cut down democratic Cauln in the country pricinota. Chicago tnd Cook county will give ('Ir vrland and Iotvenson and dAltold not less than t15000 plurality, which will probably orole than offset the re ublican majority in the county p-ecinct., na the country leturns thus fat have shuown that the Ha, rison vote will be less than ru 18.8. when Harrison had a plurality of 22, 1000 in the whole state. 'I wo hundred andt twenty-two p coinets in the state outside of Chicago give Harrison 42125i, Cleveland :5.839. TIhe same precinets fn 1888 gave Harrison :18,748, Cluveland 31,805,, so Cleve land's net gnut is 1,112. The city prces as sociation claims thut 5110) precincts of "dt3 in Chicsago give Cleveland 97.144, Harrison 74, 190. This gives Cleveland a It ad of 25,104 thus far in Cook onunty. Ilarrlson's plur ality in the state outside of Cook county in 1888 was 21,000 and ,countty etu na thus far show a falling off of 1,523 n 220 preooincts. It would seem the result inart Ire very close, probably not over 5,11)0 for Cleveland. The democ ate probablyeli.,ted both con gressmen at large anid carried no lees than ten of the twenty congressional distriota of the state. NOT Al ISFACTORY. Tile New York Tlrlllunle Lamllenr tile Pa..s lug of telpublieantu~s. NEW Yuoi. Nay. 8.-The 'Tribune will to morrow mornintg ray: "llre returns re aeived at the hour of writing are not satia factory to the republicans. It can only be said returns are not at hand to justify the assertion that several great western states have gives their electoral rvotes to (llove land, and withouit these votes he is atill in danger of disajloiutment. The ropublic nus failed to carry New York. 'l'hr mnrt chinery in the great deumocratio citie tu ned out majorities sufficient to over pow, r the vote of republiteant cintita, which appear to have been down below ex pectatiolfi. in the ebsence ol returns frru. any coulsuae:ablh part of New Jerser it ton nlly be uastmuned that the stati, ban gone democratic as usual. "Connecticut la claimed by both partls but returns appear to favor the democrats. With New Yo, k, New Jersey tind Conneoti aunt four or ive irobable votes front rlliohi gan, and the south made solid by fraud and wholesale denial of suffrage, Cleveland would have about 216 electoral votes, need. ing only those of Indiana or Illinois to as sure hIis ledtion. At present writing In diaen end Illinose are claimed by both par ties, but without sunficient full re-turns to place the result in witiher state beyond doubt." CARTER.'S IBLUFF. ayse lHrrison Will He I'resident, but Does not Hay ilew. New Yoax, Nov. 8.-Chairman Carter says: "Our democratie friends seem to have nu derstood their party needs in the state of New York when they enacted the present ballot law. Fortunately the national com mittee relied upon three distinct combina tiouns. ind two of them yet remain intact. In fact, if the loss of New York as conceded. with Indiana the election of Har rison is assured, and republican victorv in that" state is assured. 'lbe vote of Indiana. added to other reliable republican votes in the electoral colleae. insures the re-election of President Harri son. Eliminatinig entirely from sonsidera tion the state of New York, the republicans ('an still elect with the vote of Conaeoticut, West Virginia and Delaware without the vote,of Indiana. But having the vote of Indiana assured, we are not driven to our third line. Benjamin Hariseon will be the next president of the United tastes by vir tue of a majority of votes east in the *lWe tural colleue." Talking for His Own Pleasnre. New YoRK, Nov. 8.-Chairman Carter is sued the following bulletin at midnight: "On the returns received by the republican national committee at midnight, Harrison and Reid have carried California, Maine, Maeeschnsetts, ten votes of Michigan, Ohio. Oregon. Pennsylvania, IRhode Istand, Ver mont, Idaho, Colo ado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, New Hampshire. Wis consin, Montana, North Dakota. south Dakota, Washin.ton, Wyoming. Nebraska, Indiana and Delaware, or 221 electoral votes, a majority of six in the eleotoral college. Our own advices at this hour also show that we hbvu Ilore than an even chance to carry West Virginia." NEW YORK. New YORK, NOV. 8.-IThis state voted for members of conurose, judge of the court of appeals, members of the lower house of the legislature, who will assist in the choice of a successor to United States Benator Hiscock. New Your, Nov. 8.--Up to midnight it is believed the demoo ate elect congreesmen in the first twenty distr cts in this state. and republicans in the twenty-fiet, second and third. The cit"- complete gives Cleveland 174, 885. Harrison 98,760; Clevelaid's majority 76 125. lioie(ISI'ER, Nov. 8.--Catteraagas county gives llarrieon 2.300 plurality. NEw YoiK. Nov. 8.-The total voti for mayor in New York city is. Gilroy 196.08i0, Eitstein 95.378, Hicks 2.451. Jonas 5.i93, lBougrdus 2,.;5. 'Twenty election dlatricts are niisijig. New YorK, Nov. 8.-One thousand and sevunty-six dietri,,ts outsi e of N w York and Br.ololvn give Cleveland 132.248, Her rian,) 11,149. 'Ihe saue districts in 1888 gave, Clevuland 134,486 and Harrisonlu1,202. Btuooni,' Nov. 8.-Kings county is com plete with ithe -exceptunll of seven warde. It is estimnated th,st it gives Cleveland a plu rality of .J,474. ILLINOIS. Cnoeoo, Nov. 8.-Tle electioa in this state is for the full state ticket, congress men, and a legislature which will choose the successor to United States Senator Cul loro. Only the republican and democratic parties cut any figure. Returns f, om Illinois are still inoomplete at an early hour this morning, and the in dications point to the carrying of the state by Cleveland and StevenHon by a plurality of from 8,000 to 10,000. It also appears at this hour that thi entire state d.mocratir ticket is elected and that the demuocate bare a maijority of the congressional doli gation and cint, of both branches of the legislature. In view of the faet thit the state is to be redistricted the coming winter the election of governor and both branches of the legislature by the demo orate is of utmost importance to that patty. The republicans, however insist that there is a possibility of republican supremacy in the lower lhouse of the general ascembly. The democratic victory is nudoubt.-dly due largely to the general defection of the (Cir tuot ILutheran vote from the republican pal ty on the school law question. 1M11(1111 A N. DI)rETOIT, Nov. 8.--lhe election In this state is for a state ticket, oengressmeu, mnembers of the legislature. 'There are four tickets l)semocrstio, republican, populliat, prohibitionists. T'his legislature will uchoose a successor to Ulnited Sitates Senator Stockbridge. 1'residuatial electors will bie oilusen by distriots. 'The vote iu this state was unusually large. Returns are very slow, and it will probably lie two or threes o'look before any thing deutinit can be learned. 'Ibe returns Continued on irlth Page MONTANA. Not' Enough Returns Were Received to Determine Its Exact Polit ical Status. The News Is Full of Hope and Enoouragement for the Democrats. Dixon Certain of Re-Election and Collins Is a Very Likely Winner. Judge Pemberton Will Eliminate Blake From the Seat of Chief Justice. No Figures at Hand en the Legislature Daemocrats ave Fully an Even $how -Returns am Received. Montana may possibly be in the doubt ful column, but it is more than an even chance that later reports will put her in the democratic column. Returns have been received from about 10C precincts out of the 485 in the state and they are fall of com fort and hope to the democrats. It seems more than probable that Collins is elected governor. Dixon is certainly elected to congress and Pemberton is sure to be chief justice. No returns have been received on the legislature. (iREAT FALTS, Nov. 8.-[Special.]-Elec tidn passed off quietly. No disturbance is reported at any voting places. The count ing proceeds so slow that it is doubtful if completed before sunrise. The Fourth ward is the only precinct where the judges counted president, congressman and gover nor first. It gave Harrison eleven ma jo, ity, Dixon one. Collins ninety. Other prmcnct judges are counting the whole ballot, consequently are making poor pro gress. As far as proceeded Collins is way ahead of the ticket in this city. and if he maintains the same in the country will oarry the county by a good majority. Dixon and Hartman are running almost even. The odds areslightly in favor of the latter, as the county is considered safely republican. Hartman will probably carry the county by fair majority. Two years ago Carter carried the county by 122. If Hartman does half as well he will come up tote expectations of the republicans. The p lridential vote in the city is about even between the two parties. The county ticket, with the exception of district judge, looks favorable for republicans. Special Dispatches to Tue INDEPENDENT. ALHAMInRA, Nov. 8.-A majority of one for Cleveland for president. RMcINI, Nov. 8.-Weaver 77, Harrison 9, Cleveland 8, Edwards 64, Dixon 13, Hart man 8. CRAIG, Nov. 8.-The democratic ticket has a small majority. BUTTE, Nov. 8.-Ten precincts in Silver Bow county give Cleveland 1,003. Harrison 1.308, Weaver 832. lIUTTE, Nov. 8.-Three Forks vote: Cleve land 23, Harrison 4, Weaver 1. Dixon 23, Hartman 5, Collins 24, Kennedy 1, Rick ards 3. MILER CITY, NOV. 8.-Terry gives Harri son 28, Cleveland 17, Miles City-Harrison 212, Cleveland 196. CLINTON, Nov, 8.-Cleveland 13, Harrison 8, Weaver 1, Collins 14, Rickards 10, Dixon 14, Hartman 2. BIozIrMAN, Nov. 8.-Two precincts give Harrison 70, Cleveland 58,:Weaver 8, Hart man 80, Dixon 51, Edwards 74. BOZEMAN, Nov. 8.-The total vote in Boze man gives Cooper 522, Fusa 503, Lyman 407: Hall 539, Malone 535, Morse 530; Hartman 647, Dixon 402, Edwards 48, Atkins 39. Mlips CITY, Nov. 8.-Dixon 203, HnrtmPn 200; Rickards 212, Collins 1)14: iBotkin 2u7, Melton 182. The sheriff's olLice will prob ably go to the people's party. WIIIrE L SULPHUR sPRINos. Nov. 8.-Senate. Folsorn 257. Murphey 116; house, nuther land 156, VarkaR 18:3. Benson 183, Tierney 131, Sprigs 24, Gunn 32. ITOITON, Nov. 8.-Cleveland 20. Harrison 18, "eaver 3; Dixon 20, Hartman 17; Rick ards 20, Collins 19. IlHavn, Nov. 8.-Cleveland 128, Harrison 80; Collins 129, Rickards 70; Dixon 116. Hartman 80. DI)raoN, Nov. 8.-Bannack and Cavendish give Hllarrison 97. Cleveland 34. liannack gives Rickarda 39 majority, and Hartman 31 majority. MtillS CITY, Nov. 8.-In Miles City: Sen ator. Seheetz 239, wilt 197; leiislatu e, Hluffman 205, McKay -28. Mu ors 107, BSeker 159; Judge, Milburn 20,. Strevell 219: clerk ol court, Schwartz 175, Ziromermarn 250; at toriney gten al, Day 184, Haslkell 1!18, Knowles 40; secretary of state, lRotwitat r,3, Folk 193. Bro TIMiBen, Nov. 8.-Vote for seoretary of state: Allen i. Folk 66, Gardner O, Rot witt i91; for treasuror, Corbly 4, Haston 63. lear 5, Wright )97: for state auditor, Cook 95, McKay 7, Smith 0, Whaley 67; for at tooney general. Day 74. Haskell 79, Knowles '4); superintendent of Ipublio instraucton, Hunter 32, Mahoney 63, Steere 73; chief justice, Blake 90, l''mberton 77. l(OTMNa, Nov. 8.--Five repunblioan pre cinrts in G(allatin county give ilarrison thl, ('leveland 1566, Weaver 31; Hlartman 727 Dixon 4.L TIhree precincts give I.rck ardes 65. Collins 291, lKienedy 23, \iaters 43. The demoerstio precinets are to hear Irin,, but lartuman's nmijority will ibe in creasned, and may reach 410 in the county. 'I'owNSEN, Nov. 8.-hlemocratic huad of the ticket, congressmaa and governuor. about 50 majority in Townseond preoinot. GLltbNo'rl.:, Nov. 8.--North and South p'e einclts: tleveland 240, Hlarrison 161, Weaver 217, Iidwell 8, Atklnra 9, lhixon 178, Edwarlt , '304, llartrman 211., Collina 157, Kennedy 24:). liclkards 113. Waiters 6. LiInORTOaN, Novq.. --livinlnton coimplete givens Ilirtiunn 401:. lrxoi lt;, Edwards 21, Atkins 20; (iollie 381. ilieka. ds 405, Ken nedy 28, Waters 23. NuAlwnni, Nov. 8.--Hlarrison 1i17, ('love land 128, esaver 12t1, prohlbitionist 2; Rickl ards lKl. Collins 173. Kennuuedy 116. lMANuarva~n, Nov. 8.---(levelantd 40. lIar risen 57, Weaver 8, Iudwell 1; Dilmrn Ii:, F,. wards 7, Har tman 53; Collns 3::, Kennedy 7, ltickards 6l; Wateea 1, llotklu 46i, Culluia 7, Melton 40; Allen 7, uelk 1G, (Gardner . Litwitt 48; Corbl 1, Heston 41, Lear 7, Wriglt 49; Cook 48. MKlay 7. Whaley 3.8; Day 81, 1laskell 47, Knowles 15; llunter 7, Mahoney 41, Steers 46; ilatke .17, 'eunbur ton 48; Coate 7. Sloaine 444, Webster 49. WUITerra LtU(,aut SyRINUS. Nov. 8.-This prsecinct givel ar rtri 110, Cleveland 13J, Weaver 18. Blidwell 4; Atkins 4, Dlion 147, Edwards 2, Iiartrmun 201; Collins 164, Ken nedy 18, iclkards 189, Wattersa : liotkin 2)08, Cuilen 18, Milton 137, 'Temrpleton 6; Allen 11, Falk 1082,(Ordner 2, Itotwitt 250; Laev 1l. Ileskell 177. Knowles 71. Corbly 7: Hlston 141. Dear 1, Wi lubst 291)2; Cook 19.), MeKlay 127, Minith 4, Whaley 140: liuntse 21, Maloney 1t55, Mtecre 124; Blake 2)2, Peru. berton 151. HANDr (Cor;.S., Nov. 8.-Weaver 100, Cleve land 110, Harrison 7:1. 'TIowar.N o, Nov. 8.-iledfo'd. Jefferson county--(-!leveland 21, M eaver 12, Ilnarison G. Dixon 17, Edwarrlds 17, HIartman 5, Col 1lu :'4. Kennedy 8, 1tiakards 7. IlAmrllioi , Nov. 8.--Electors democratic 171, eolublican 901, people's party Oil, proll lbition 5; Atkins 7, Dixon 193, ltartmaoin 83, Caldwell 1, (Collins 1J3, Khunnedy 1, I.icx arde 9t5, Waite a 3. 1)ri.,rt. Nov. 8.--lticknrds 196, Collins 1i7, lHotkln 181, Melton 172, Haitanan 201, ):xon 147. "'EvAiio, Nov. 8.---Dixon 4. a majority of i; Collinn 7. a majority of 3; Knowles 7. a muejo ity of 4. Ilto'MAN, Nov. 8.-Five ipreeincts give larlsrton 104, Cleveland fl;6, Weaver 311; four precincts give Hartuman 473, Dixon 285, IEdwalds 31; three pesoucta give Rick ards ;35, Collins 211, Kennedy 23, Waters4:3. Gornr CRaEe, Nov. 8.--Cleveland 15, Uar rlson 0; Collns 16, Jtickards 5. COLTIuMiIA FALLrS. Nov. 8.--On electors this city gives the democrats 100, the republi cans 119, people's 1aitv 315. Thirty-five bal lots were mutilated. Dixon and Hlartman 104 eash, Cardwell 33, Atkins G. MIrsmr.A. Nov. 8.-H-amilton gives Cleve land 171, Harrison 90, Weanv r 60; Dixon 11)3, Hartman 83. EIwards t;; Collins 193, Kennedy 61, Itickards 951; Butkin 92, Cul.en t2, Melton 183. Missonia City gives Cleveland 589, Weaver 122, Harrison. 485, Dixon 510J, E swards 10'J. Hartman 498, Collins 611, Kennedy 146, Iticknrds 521, Botkin 524, Callon 123, Mel ton 194. Meager returns from outside pre cincts give indications that the county will give more than 200 plurality for Cleveland. CotuminA FALrS. Nov. 8.-Knowles 101, Haskell 83, Day 74; Cook 123. Whaley 98. McKay 36; Wright 123, Hoston 94, Hear 36. ANARCHISTS AT WORK. More Lives Sacrificed by thie Iteds In Paris. PAltr, Nov. 8.--Anarchists are at work again here. 'J his morning policemen found an iron instrument resembling a saucepan near the offices of the Carmaux Mining company and took it to the police station and began to examine it. It ex ploded, killing two policemen, wounding another fatally, and wrecking the building. The first accounts erectly underated the havoc wrought by the explosion. When the consternation subsided search was made of the station and the bodics of four found. They p'esented the most ghastly spectacle, being horribly mut:lated. Besides the killed, an inspector of police was mortally wounded. So violent was the explosion that houses in the vicinity were sihaken to their fouundations and the occul arts rushed into tle streets, fearing the buildings were about to fall. Two stories of the police station were completely wrecked and the whole street thickly at awn with debris. It is not believed the men killed eve- knew what struck them; tl;oy were sofearly man gled that death must have been instan tanleous. The excitement oaneed by the outrages grows in intensity and many threats were made this afternoon. The prime minister, minister of justice, procurer of the republic and the prefecture of police visit d the scene. The structure presented a sinister appearance. The room where the explosion occurred was cire red vith splashes of lloo.l and bits of brain and bone. Fragments of the bodies were mixed with the debris and the sight was a horribleone. Near the door lay the body of a policemna, clothing to n to shreds and viscera p otruding. A por tion of the sergeant's body was lying in the corner of the room. 'Ihe headless trunk of the porter was found under a bench. A po tion of his skull wais I icked up in an ad jrcent street. Only part of tire trunk of the commissary's secreti v found Intact. The head was not discovered. The police stlation will have to be pulled down. Gen dalmes running to the shu-trefetcture to notify officials of the explosion full dead in the street f*om excitement. ELIECTO1RAl VOTE. The Result the Returns Indicate This Morn in g. BTATES. .j Alat ams.. ..... ................. ... 11 ... .... Arkeusas ........................... h .... .... Ca f rni ......................... .. Col, rao.... ..... ........... ......... . .. 4 ( l'unnerticut ........................ ti .... .... Id ............. ............ Dolai are........................... ... lorida .. ......................... ' " a sn. ......... ..................... . i . ndiae n ..... .......................... . .. i tI Ki,r itocky... ..................... 1 I.onisiaua...................... l ti k ............. ................. . ...I ..i as-al'11110'tts ..... ... I:: ..., hiB:;;":":. i . . .......... ..... iary rll oli .. ... ..... .... ... ................. .. '. 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A veay pretty silk skitt is madi of soft black silk, American silk, by tihle way, with a pliked lionoce of yellow overlatt with a drniery of blank lace, caught here and there with it rositte of black rib br ,l writsr Mrs. MlIallon in the Ladies' Htiome Jourinal. WVlnon who like white ipetticoaths, anid who realie thle diamag 'done lace when it vsiite the laundry, ate adopting the Ef nglisn fashion of trinimintg them with a fill of dotted muslin ttat he not hemimed, but has tiny pointe button hioleod about the lower edge. HELENA Leads All the Contestants for the Place of the Permanent Capital. Butte Evidently Has Secured the Second Place, Anaconda Be ing Third. Bozeman Will Hold Fourth Place and Great Falls Will Be Fifth. Helena, Queen of the Rockies, Per. mnanent Capital of the State of Montana. Flattering Vote for Her in All Portions of the state-Only ceattering Returas Reeeived. Helena lends all the candidates for the place of loeation of the permanent seat of government of Montana. Reports received from about ninety precincts in all pa)te of the state give liher 6.00 votes. Butte comes neit with nearly 5,000 votes, and Anaconda is third on the list. the boodle town being half a thousand votes behind Butte. B)oze man, Great Falls, Deer Lodge and Boulder follow in the order named. The race be tween Bozeman and Great Falls is lose and the Cataract city may get foun th place. The strongholds of Butte and Anaoonda have been heard from and their vote in the remalninIpreeinote will be comparative y light. Helena's vote will be about 14.000, that of Butte 8,000, while the third town in the race, Anaconda, will have several handred less. The returns are so fragmentary that no attempt is made to tabulate the returns. Helena for the capital. BUTTE, Nov. 8.-Trenty-eight preoinets in Silver Bow county, which includes all but a few count y precincts with small votes, give Anaconda 2,576, Butte 4,949. Hel ena 3(;1, Bozeman 393, Great Falls 50, Deer Lodge 32, Boulder 26. The p ecincts not heard from will cast about 400 votes. MISSOULA, Nov. 8.--Helena 237, Anaconda 7.9, Bozemain 122, Botte 111, Deer Lodge 35, Great Falls 'G, Boulder 3. BrLLrNOs, Nov. 8.-Anaconda 1L Butte 85, Boulder I. Boz man 183, G eat Falls 4, Helena 158. GunAuiTe. Nov. 8.-Anaconda 215, Boulder 0. Boz.urnv 171, Butte P8, Deer Lodge 24, Great Falls 6. Helena 139. HAMILTON, Nov. 8.-Anaconda 851. Boze man 11. Butte 2, Great Falls 1, Deer Lodge 2. Helena 9. Riirrma Nov. 8.--Helena 74, Anaconda 7, Bozeman 6. Great Falls 3, Boulder 1. G-:AT Ar.ers. Novv.8.-Great Falls 1,624, Helenu 59, Anaconda 19, Butte 13, Bozeman 9. Deer Lodge 6. MAB\sviri.,, Nov. 8.-Helena 321, Ana eouda 19. BUozeman 139 Butte 12, Great Falls 20, Hlouhldr 1. 'lToi-ir C(m.l.S, Nov. 8.-Helena 8, Ana conda 5, Btz, man 1. DUx.oN, Nov. 8.- Agents gives Ana conda 12, Helena i, liutte 4, Bozemnan 7. ('aiendelh gives HeIna 27. Bannnok given Anaconda 51, lHPleao 31, Boreman 23. Butte 5, Boulder 1, 1)eer lodge 1, Great Falls 4. 'aRTON, Nov. 8.--Ielena 25, Bozeman 16. FwiORoncc. Nov. 8.-Anaiconda 29, Butte 4, 1): er Lodge 1, Bozeman 7. ('n\ro. Nv. 8.-Crai, -r eir.ct cives Hel ena 12, Great Falls 1. for the capital. ALlAMBnwc. Nov. .l--Alhambra polled only 19 vot. s, and gave 19 for Helena for capital. COLUMBIA FAhLS. Nov. 8.-Helena 91, An ecouda iiC,Greal Falls 6;2, Butte 34. Boze man 7. HTPvNsvNHLT., Nov. 7.-Anaconda 208, loz·man 7, Butte 1A), Deer Lodge 4, Hel ena 24. CI.NTuSn. Nov. 8.--Helena 10. Anaconda 12, Butte 2, Bozeman 1. GorT. ('iuiK. Nov. 8.--Helena 18, Ana conda 5. Deer Locge 3, Butte 1. 'I owNarNO. Nov. 8.--Helena 188. Anaconda 2, Butte 1 Great Falls 1, Boaeman 14 Mtu.vs Crrv, Nov. 8.-Miles City peeinet fo capital gives IBozeman 243, lelli a 152, Great Falls 22, Anaconda 10, Butte 8, Buul der 3. KxA.aH1eLr.l Nov. 8.-PrecInct No. 2, city of Kalrsuell givelr Helena 131, Anaconusl, 7, llutte 56. Geat Falls 17. Bozeman 8, D·er Loder 1. )leri Lo)ir'., Nov. 8--DeOr LodzCe .96. Anureonda 76, Buth, 44, Helena 24. Bozo mnn 2. Ml ,-sonl,. Nov. .--('arter givesAnaconda :18, Hloulder 1, Helena 3. bllisso.rl.A, Nov. 8.-Onu the eapital vote Arlna znda will yet iu tble county 3,000 and se ena will comie next with about 1,1(110. 'ITw SerND. Nov. 8.--Bedford. JllfeRsl n -out - Anr(conda 4, llutte 4. lozemanO 4, Litlelina i. utiNlins. Nov. 9.--Park City: Boaman 83, ltlevi 9; lau el preoict, lozeman il, Hielena 11. llow an Artliuh Clw -llled the Ileary or Her tite. Everybody knows Ciharley Duchet. who is a typical western character, ansa the I'hiwnir. Ariz.. (az tLte. lie knows every inch of gritnod eWr w-tr P tunix and N vijo reservation, cnd hii iaii halrbreao h c.-ali'as by to.e dooe.l. lie returned beate.* dir from a tril, lto ii.,:. ~.vllione and hod ilnte a roirgh tin'. II( left 3Fort Mc l)owell ano l wenlt u the Verdi, antd throuvh quicksand, hirh watr ntd other draw backs was three anti a half dvay without food, himself andt holrs, and traveled in that time eighty-three mlles. lie reports a terrlblhe condition of affairs in the ranges of that section. It is drier than ever before knowin end cattle are per isinnt by hundreds. At one plaeo he was in a lot annyon and observed that cattle which came dlown to drink were so weak and exhausted that on oomlurg to a oreek they tell into the water, some of them drowning alld othelrs drinkinug so much they could inot walk. 'rh couuutry ir utterly barren of feed, and cattle walk lowing over the mesas, cropping bLrush and noythinrg that bears signs of veatniible life. Mr. I)oehet was near a cliff at least 310) feet hith over the Verde, on Murrav's ranch, and eaw a cow walking slowly toward the edge. He enpected to see it stop at a reasonable distance, but in Istead, without laokiug tIe pace, it walke.l rithit over the edge. striking two or three tiames in the precipitous descent, and landing maugled anid ldead. It wae as clear a ease ofI suicide as ever oeearred. Other cnatl have been known to walk into qaleksaad and allow themselves to be smothered.