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VOL V 2. HELENA. O FRIDY MORI. NOVEMBER 9. 1894. C CNT.
VOL. XXXV.NO. 26. I, HELENA HO TANA, FRIDAV MOaNINu, NOVEMB&R , Ie+n, PmICe IrIVB CENTS October and November Quotations. Standard Wiskies. LOK AT THESE PRICES: r« oo!. Fa O.-i M. V. Monaroh, spring 188) ...................5.00 . $.25 Nelson, spring 1880....... 4.23 4.60 Old Crow, spring 1886..... 4.25 4.50 Hermitage, spring 1880... 4.2 4.50 (uckenheatmer Rye, spring 188 ..................... 1 4.50 W. IL McBrayer, spring 1887 .................. . 3.60 4.00 MJond & Lillard, spring 1887 .................. 3.50 4.00 M. V. Monarch, spring 1887 ................... 3.50 4.00 J. 1. Pepper, spring 1887. 3.50 4.00 Old MoBrayer, spring 18900 2.23 20 Woodford Bourbon, spring 182 .................. 2.00 2.25 We also have it Loletile, K., hea beaded war house o5 bbld Old Taylor, sptiln 131 whle we will sell la bbl. lota. ertLsOats all hoe from any storage uad laes. at 00 per pro.e galle.. Also t0 bbli. J. H. MoBray,. esoMl 18p1 iL U. I. bonded warehouse, in bbl. lote s per ga5lo. WINES. The following wines, in bulk, at quotations as follows: Whelea.e Betail Per 6a1. Per Gal Port, Sherry, Angelica and Mucat .................$1.25 *L5 California Claret, 5 year.s old..................... .75 1.00 California Zinfandel, 8 years old ............... 1.00 1.25 Holland Gin .............. 2.5 2.50 California Brandy ........ 25 2.50 French Cognao.............. 2.75 3.00 Jamaica Rum............ 2.25 250 New England Rum....... 2.25 .50 Blaokberry Brandy....... 50 L75 I. L. Israel & Co. TELEPHONE 122. HELENA. - - MONTANA. THISTLEWAITE'S S3.oo00 Shoes Costs you less than Fifty Cents a Month. WHY?. ,,. Beeause they last you six months and over. Mighty little to pay for shoe leather, isn't it'.' But it's so, and they will stand a lot of hard wear too). If you live out of the city. please s.ld Ime a trial order. We will surely plcase you. W. E THISTLEWAITE CASH SHOL MAN. 123 North Main Street. THE STATE WILL RATIFY. A Big Celebration Here on Monday to Whleh All Montana 1* Invited. It Will Inolude a Monster Parade and Gathering at the Auditorlum The Moe Who Uelped Will oe Central gIsare-Prp-arioeig e Wat.h the OMetal Ca('Mussgls AfMot of Helena was engaged yester day in sleeping off the effects of its hur rah of the night before, and getting In shape for the formal celebration of the calltal victory. It has been determined to ratify Monday, and a general Invita tion has been extended to the citizens of the Utapt to come to Helena to take part. There, will be a grand parade', which will ()mmenwce at 7 o'clock in the evenlnK. The brilliantly Illuminated ,usinen,'a and residence streets of the city will be, covered by the line of the proceassion, which will file into the audi torium, to the extent of Its capaclty at. 9 o'clock. The gathering at the audi torlum will be addressed by Hon. W. A. Clark and others. A committee will meet at the Montana club at 11 o'clock this morning to arrange and perfect the details of the celebration. The commit tee will consist of three members of the Young Men's Capital club and three from the capital committee. The pro gramme will probably Include an Invi tation to all citizens to Illuminate and decorate their homes and places of busl nessl. It Is manifest that the spirit of en thusiasm which pervades the people of Helena and other points over the great victory will find adequate expression on Monday nllht. The city will certainly witness one of the largest and most en thusiastic and most brilliant demon stratlons ever seen in the Rocky moun tains. In the procession and the subse quent proceedings the people will see such familiar faces as those of W. A. Clark, Thomas Couch, A. B. Hammond, M. J. Connell, W. R. Kenyon, Robert 1. Ford, Peter Koch. Judge C. K. Arm strong, Col. O. P. Chisholm and others too numerous to mention, but none the less conspicuous and none the less es teemed. It is believed that J. M. Quinn, the brilliant editor of the Butte Miner, will be here. A committee has been appointed to arrange special rates on the railroads. and a fare of one and a fifth will be se cured from all points. When the returns are eavassed by the boards of county commissioners, representatives will be there to look after Helena's interest. Hon. E. W. Toole, Ex-Governor H. P. Carpenter and C. C. Newman will go to I)eer Lodge: Ex-Gov. J. K. Toole and Wil Ilam Wallace. Jr.. will be at Great Falls; G(eo. F. Shelton at Boseman; (leo. F. Cope and Samuel Word at Virginia City, and C. H. Nolan at Livingston. O. F. Goddard and Judge (loss will rep resent Helena at Billings. and J. W. Strevelle, (Geo. It. Middleton and T. J. Porter at Miles City. Attorney General Haskell will he at Glendive. Local counsel will look after matters at Glen dive, and the local capital committee in Ieaverhead county. T. J. Walsh and N. W. McConnell will co-operate with local counsel in Missoula and Havalli counties. Thos. H. Carter takes care of things in Jefferson. 1. H. McIntyre will go to Fort Blenton. H. H. Hepner to ('hoteau and Odell McConnell to White Sulphur Springs. to co-operate with lo cal counsel. F. E. Stranahan and T. (. liach will look after the count in Gran ite. J. It. ('layberg and J. A. Walsh will be nssisted by Frank Corbett and J. IB. Welcome in Iutte. The people of Fergus generally will see to Helena's interest In that county. IATH.ER STUNNEID. "ilv6er I)ltIr" I' anld Oerwhpllod--lat He NMa Ptll Through. Lebanon, Mo.. Nov. R.--n reply to a repuest this evening that he would give Ithe Asscilated Press his views on the result of Tuesday' election, It. P. Itland stat(ed that he w as o) over whelmed with the unexplot'ul nature of the rturnsl from all palrts of the coun try that he win not ,reparfred to give ia nopl:ion for publicaItion of the caueIR which led to the landslide. 1ie attrl huted his ownII defeat, however. very Inrgely to itelr-tcnfidence amonng his .polltlel friendils in dimoratlc couniti., resulting In i dalngerous falling off in the dliinocratil vott. Il' takes his dIe f lit phIl wil.,oIs lll ly, anllI is of th . opin ioi thatl il republican victory will prove I \ liltihl, I , in t I ,I llissouilllr 'i - rats. Aittlntinl returns receivedu this ni'ln, ridunc ul liull.ard'l auppohd pllur tllit f ilM iler itti ll to It. n n lin - Ir so numall thait It will requite' n oith itial vote i~ iItirmilni the reiult. WANTS A DIM'OI CE. She Waee Ol. of onmgr.lsmlnn IlBrehki rlce's Ryuopiuhismrs, Lo1uii ll,, v . Nov. S 1 . ;trv l :.in ,o 1 a lint I hl ll, . li, I hin il. . 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Jon :I ,lIr l' vl"I"' in t itlly to-ilt . f(r+ul N. ,, laii lI id iis hi1 hl'st t iltet p ''o'r thIel mit ini if iuse ztlt $i snler rty In that IaI l," II~. n i ( ul s || i 11 1 \(' Ih ' m il11 tai llt' tl i ol'uh IIIn l l'rk IIrI' .I lre niillarti.t Il''oi. li ll ptel' uuslunh r "thle-ri' l' tist) a. pll.llI d 11.lal|i11111luli i l' r lilth p (liit i tl IwIII1au It the "n"t Il11i u , nifti l rli, "t uiln ll l-at. ' 4ol.,i r ul 'II an tNak, plahI',. nor n|..1e a 'y r1'r1111al IIn hunlulnn"e expretes I)I I tl 1 |Il the1 lr.montkhitli' In Iluf ilver inn carrid nto otbe t. honor lPari hart Heeerl4 N,'w .11k, Nov I- itv, lIr 1'ha14 + , II 1'arkhurnt an. to-lnight ele. t ,l nIi hlolno'illy nleihblr of the .niion1i1 1,01K4l' .'1lub1. nI'nlll Dr. l'arkhurtl'P nnlne l t its 441ld,.11 , the nlnmbhor thre were it11t m 1 dozen 141h rnmlmbers, inllo'llllinr 41'I 11hl ri|MOl, 1eI.n llowalt and tiy -,'l.","t Nowt tlon. l'arkhutrl't i the only clelnynie1s to be thus honored. OLN&Y ON (:$I, ANIZED LABOR. Emplioee Mry J.ein el ios and met Jeep. srdlse Ihelr PeelteonL I'thlideelphha. Nov. 8.-The rontro versy betwee'n the r(eceivern of the Reading Itallrtndl company and such employee an are mrnembelrs of the Ilroth erhoeld of Itallromd Trainmen, hats prompted tin expnression of opinion from Atteorney (eneral Olney in the form of I letter to Judge Dallas, of the t'nited Htatle. circuit court, before whom the cras.e' pending. The diflculty between the. Iw,o organlzations reached a criais oni Aug. 17 last, When General Buiperln ttendlent iweigard ummoned before him all employee, and noetfle'ed them they slhould abandon the brotherhood as a ceondition of retaining their places. with the railroad company. Vigolreous pirotelst were mtde agaitnsl t thie ael ternative, and the hrotherhioe d r rged the rtecelvere to withdraw it, but in Itn sweIr, the receivers, eon Hti'it. 17. wrote.: "The pl icy of thi companly Is well known to be that it will net eronsee et that tpersols In Its servicel shahlll owee, allegihnl(.e to other eorgalnizations which ILmay nlake' clainil u)ponl them whllchl arel' lncompCtlltiilei with their duties to their employersl. Thls penitlion w'l taken eud.ie'dly and we hleave nieo Inten'tion of deuartlnar from it." Attorney Gteneral O)Iny's letter is an exhaustive discussion of the qusntions presented, and he reviews the vari'us problems and the co('lnsistent solutionst to) be applied, i e.vely respect. In eI4 stance he holds that labor unorganized is lractically Il werlehs, t hallt il a ,oln bination. such as this. lies the only safe guard ,of the workingmen In their deal inks with organized capitll, and that his right to belong to such a union- beneficial in intent and purpose-is a legal right which he cannot be deprived of. The receivers make no complaint of the manner In which brotherhood employes discharge their respective duties. If the receivers are right, and their rule Is to prevail, membership in the brotherhood by and of itself inca pacitates for services on the road. It is respectfully submitted that the re ceivers are wrong, and the action pro posed by them ought not to be sanc tioned by the courts. The Reading rail road now being in the hands of the re ceivers, the receivers and the employes of the company are officers of the court. The court, therefore, and not the com pany, is now the employer of all per sons engaged in the operation of the road. The present policy of the court, and not the past policy of the company is the material thing to be considered, and hence, the preclse question is, will the court now lay down a rule that members of the Brotherhood of Train men shall, because they are such mem bers, be discharged from service of the road? The court, it is admitted, ought not, and cannot lay down any such rule to that ground, until either the pur poses and objects of the brotherhood, or the means by which they are to be attained, are shown to be illegal. "Certainly," continues the decision. "the objects of the brotherhood must he regarded as laudable in the highest degree, and as deserving the approba tion and support of every good citizen. These are, indeed, practically the same as those for which working people are expressly authorized to incorporate themselves by 'act of 'congress, the statutory description of such abjei ts being, 'For the purpose of aiding its members to become more skillful and efficient workers; for the promotion of their general Intelligence; the elevation of their character: t!he regulation of their wages and their hours and con itlons :of Iabor; for ,the protection of their individual rights in the prose cution of their trade or trades; the raising of funds for the benefit of dis abled or unemployed members, or fam ilies of deceased members, or for such other object or objects for which work ing people may lawfully combine, hav ing in view their mutual protection or benefit.' THil MAJORITY INCREASES. Late Letras. swell the Roepbllee Meom bershlp I8s ite House to 2si. Washington. Nov. R.--()n.the strength of returns recelved up to 9 o'clock to night, Chairman Itallcock, of the repub lican congressional cotmmttee, figures that the republi.can representation in the next house will he at least 259 mem hers. Changes fromn this afternoon's tIa te'nment, when 2'5 were claimed to be ele'cted, is madie by one additional from Illinois and three from North ('rolina. The displatches rtIe' vel'd to-night that ca:tn'd the greatest surprise W:as one' stating that Re'lpre.setnttilve McMillan, of Tlnnlisse.l was IpisNilly def.tatid. It calme fromiln the c'halirman of the, sta t central republicanll t nmmittee, of Ten nelssee, and added that lth returns from the district were not all In. Chatirmani ltiabRok al.h saysa to-lnight that flrom present itndlntions the re'lpuh Ilcans will hair. at least forty-four nImetnle I'R in the senate and l In this nunm her Is Included Jones. of Nevada. I Amollng the tlegramsiln rece'lv\td at heuaiiuarte'rs to-dI, was the i fol wing front iettle, at reeusi'horn, N. C. 'It Is t'onllc''lied at ,l'run'iraltl c h.;illuartrers that we have' el|et,'I s v."itn i'- .tg rsst n'en In this stilt. The Third and Sixth dIll'tI ls arII do htit l. t ixty int s111111 havi h,".1. h| .artld front. \'. have whI )l live menmb rs, the, h,,in rts tw- tntyV iti'r.i . 'T his i t . n e'1 t l t ' i l lt' . dI mon rats t o tteJi us th" sý utt . . I1 . .1: *I : , 11 ."\ i ll. 1: 1 1.11 Ir~ nst Itnll, lllh. N I' . ;a , . " ' In t , nh ., iln, .f .illh tal ,reltin l l , ti ll. f i1,tt e *'. u', till|u I.relta "'vt Ii par I t o"'1 , h. " Iist I I t -ii , ne. arl',|ly cu N l i i.t I'hl , i.,s ' iit ,i ,clab jtu.ti"'c . \\ail.r I'illl.u , ill I,' t> Illis| as Itt. inn1 .111 Ii t - 1 l, ".II l1 13 i l 1 ,. t ,1 . ,I I 1 \ . I I I I l l ,- \ ,"t ' : r: l l I " - 1 1 cler li t, l I rsultl . l" lh .1" ,11 1, killh n ot , "i . It llist l. 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IIv Ill.llI Will ID time l ieullicul protcrsloU I o d·ccd. HELENR BY 1600 That Is Practically the Majority for the Capital of All Montana. No Posslbility Under the Sun of Anaoonds Getting any Nearer to Victory. Figures Already in Hand Give Hel. ena a Majority of More [han a Thousand. Preoinote not Heard From Are Small, and In Our Seotlon of Oountry. Let All the PPeepoe Nje..o. With Great J.e, for the Iree People ,ave Vl. dtieted Their lateerity. Enough figures are at hand to en able The Independent to give its read era this morning a table showing practically the correct vote on the cap. Ital question. They show an assured majority of almost 1,600 for the present and permanent capital. Hel ena. From several of the counties all of the returns are In land the official count will not deviate from the figures In the table below. The re turns received by the Helena Capital committee up to a late hour last night gave Helena a majority of 1.03R. There are 108 small precincts yet to be heard from. They will scarcely poll 2,000 votes. Careful estimate of their re turns will bring Helena's majority up to the figure given above. This esti mate allows for shrinkage of vote from registration, and for the fullest vote for Anaconda In the precincts where that city may by the widest stretch of the Imagination be supposed to have any strength. There are hardly two precincts unheard from that have as high a vote as seventy-five, so that the possibility of a landslide that would keep Helena from getting the majority estimated in the table is reducd to a minimum. The following table is made up of semi-official and estimated majorities in the several counties for Helena and Anaconda. ('ouftlea Atar'onda. Helena. Beaverhead .........1... (at-coadp ................... * q E... ('hoteau .................... *.... fkl ('perter * 2!J Dawson 291)....... ... ~ I.eer Lodde............... 2,97:1 1' ergtt . 9 i"I head .................. 1 ... (;allatin 3:111. 2... I;ranite ................... 17 . Jeflers on ...................... Irewie and Clarke .......... Miaiison ....................... ai hl~rhr ........... i.:.i .i Meaghoen ... 11 Vii I k ................... ....... . tqU Itpt till .................... 1.:91 ... SIIv'ir flow .............t. ,3(119 ... Tet~on 1t7......... .. k Valle1y ..................... ..... 1f1 P liowatone ................... 2I Totals ................... ,524 10l1i6 I I lena'a mujlorlI 1.'4t DAt1N JURILAT2SI Lad the Great Camp Nelped the Coed ('a.... p 1~rat toi The. I oiependelr I tnlln, Nov. IS nt l Imense crotwd gat ti'tutt lupon 111titti tre t oteil-night iio l11tly Jlrlrlnil' s great vivtor). Till ttr, ."t wa.a Illumlnated tn nl If, ton1tl by t' s ttes o itidi-tlt'e , itn t 1nk ltt mad lh." night rllltap 'I't air was illed~ \\1()1 llout?( , and 1 n1 Ih." general': l pots,'~l of a tory wa. :ol t ld theroar of glin ."1 .1. kil ii ll ,'hull, . \~tl I H' i rl. In1II) o In ."I. J It) 1h." 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II."til I ts "'t .'11 111) it s ' 1'11 1 1111~1 1 1,1t To!*", I17 Helena M.j"tI.111 `1", 1111'I'Ihr n,1y1 nd nl jr I Irs 'T No I5 ii :i l ls l . 1 4 I t;isiti. %IstS r'n 11 lsII4si Ih Ilguli r Ir .I wit l 'ulr 01 C sthisI I.'w 1 tilIs t I ltt1ss \t\ It IIiN "'A I'. t I ll itt " i ts's .1 'tili.' 11,5115 I ateet II, us;m the Hest. r lhhI5n i4d .*%'itS . rit ?*IIttiltilii 47ta isv n 'nnrns 17. )ld.'~nI1 s ttijri.ty lit Ilis, Ii 1t.11 from,. with at rtgclttlriill jolt Ibray. Uawuem I p.' l ito The I nde~penident. L ,li'ihLII%(, Nov b.-IIdeetuhi as securedl 4iiM1 oVI Ia W,. i ''ount~y voitesi f',r the c,, I Ilui, will'" Aniacondat only rei'ev.,M I12, with .Pol , ti Iwo ' mtali 1,rev(n1tI' I t Li t l ,i, rr''ia. It is safe' to say that Anacondai. will p,''lI an .'v..i 126. whirh will tKiv' I lelE.sEL At I!IiLJr.ity of 214M it In II))1$% ''i 4' ou11ty. Th'. reipublcahl ei.''t 11hir ''l"iut i tlrkick.), ith otllno Exi5Vttlu, by ITT, TU.; MIIWdOURI! Tals Is ike Meat UmkiadsOIa CS1 All lisek ths I0.11 H'stn Vrn'sn·'O, Nov. II -Ihe pluralily Et Iitj'ii. ,iefllra~Tti' ,anidl'ilte rot uov'enr,.r ilt 4 alilorntia. will b." abuli~i ,Rt The t I.111e, 11.Y,,rha N ..v it - ItII. ' i i i Ihii M. or t , iik.-1. a*wl iIn I.. nvc I Iu I Iv1n of at IJI &Ml (Oll '1( I, In II ,.. ', xt I. 1,1111a1) u1 N'ha th N. pn ll au to i,, Mit vof 1." 'if "': 1eier Nov a - MMet¾ I't --I the Toe' a ori dlii ,u i \'u" e'Ie'i ly tc. It'hVi" n,'tiof thet Kreiibi'nfl b1,t "I. %4 1In-k " Ili133 I1h, rexthbiIlattKl ~iI navesr. 11t1I St. ,Lotti,', Nov. it--h st' t ,iemoati conimitice h" eleii" thel b." I.,*lehllon a orn u11a. 1 1,41u1 1 4ai t r.. l ai s 111111'. t'he Nleu on Ytimk, Nova - I etttrfl of I. ou. fltlttn. iln the ihth 11 strit. I",Too",y whis 1Montgomery Iu61 . Al.4 Nov. I.-M.n oW ofow lhllty u1.." Im-111 -1,I "I 'hc CuIu l 'cull IIn%" 11,.al *int he Sluu vetn dlstnl,,-1 14 tturblt .Ilnl . i. Ir y~~rt lr * ,; r. 1 lion Yof N~4 It 4/111,till ouit over Judg:' Co bbllan. demoratl. lnK ; J(. I ""s Mrf ullu rc - cTh l ·tMt J", 4i. it. r ri m mtll. " , p ~ o h ·1, 1 1 o n , M i.; . t l l 1 11 ; I y 4 .7 i 6 1 .liver, Novlullr. II-It owno cM "etc 1 In th Ilecon.I district In conr aled bynr u l H. l"' man of. I the rEpubll 'an , c·1. I" :1u In 8t. ltofs, No. X.--The state democratic publican legisla, ture. It al so concedes th Illand, In the &vghth district. Dockery I f rom thle First dblriet· Indicarte the elec tion of Goodwiln, populist, over Judge C Lobb,. demcrat. New Orleans, Nov. 8.-Full returam to day confirm the election of all six demo cratic candidates for congress in Louisi ana The republicans are hopeful of get ting Beatty, Kerlock and Coleman seated. Nashville, Nov. 8.-The election for gov ernor has not been definitely settled. The republicans claim the election of F vans by 15.000 majority, while the democrats claim Turney's election by b6,@0 to 7.ID0. Tacoma, Wash., ,Nov. 5.-Indlcations to-night are that the republlicans will have eighty-five members of the leglsiature out of a total of 112. populists fourteen, and the democrats thirteen. Washington, Nov. 8.-Senator 'Ialkner concedes that the republicans have de feated Wilson, of West Virginia. and car rled four congressional districts and the legislature. Richmond. Va., Nov. t.-latest returns show the election of democrats in all Vir giniats ongresional district except the Ninth, where James E. Walker was suc cessful. New York. Nov. R.-Complete returns for New York state show the vote for governor as follows: Morton, 668.712; l1ll. 514.874; Morton's plurality. 153.938. Easton,. Pa., Nov. 8.-Hart, democrat for congress, defeats Judge Kirkpat rick. republican, in the Eight district, by 203 plurality. lexington. Ky.. Nov. .8--The situation In the Ashland district I+ unchang.'*I. Owens, democrat. claims Ile plurality. INFORMATION WANTED. The ny.terl. Wnmtr.am Ask., "nave We a Demoeertle Pa~rt. Loulsville. Ky.. Nov. 8.-In to-days ('on rler Journal, under the headi, "Have We a Democratic Party?" Mr. W'attersin pays: "Never did a great party go to the people under such handliaps as were carried by the demoirats Into the 'anm ipatln just ended. Hard times wer, hbad enough, but they might have been iparrlld. Facthion lights among small c'laimants and rival pl lemell were bad enough,. paItiesa have met and overcome such ob.Itaclen before nlow, lilt with a record, of perlilv and dishonor, as Mr. Cleveland aptly dIe scrtlled It, to face and defend In i hand to hui tig Kht with the united reulblle.na, lIt y IHarrison, .McKinley and Itl.ed, it was llisheartetning for the democrats to have to, face also the dull self-sulffilency and stolid indifference of an adminlatratlln that made no sign, ltteredl no word., and at least in the state of New York. sel.md to desire the defeat of the regular demo cratic nominees. "The bhattle for tariff reform will have to go down to the foot and take. II new stirt. The battle over Ithe money Issue will soon be upon us. We shall se. if thr* is detnoerai'y entough left of the trule hbll stripe to mtake it g renat coat good nainIst all wint herl' oIr whether we must still werlll 1n icunt of n iyll. ',ll rs, l.nve. r inll g nol t a h) mItlt4 l11 alm part'1ty ihnspired by faltlh aus Irust, btiii ii moei, undlle of fit iors thlrownl together by the uphellval of Ihe tlimes.. ROMANTI(' MARRIAGIC. Miss new.., et Pbhlad4.pbhI, Traletl olath to Woei Italclth, N C'., Nov t The lo it N n iiof r i l t Ii H w,. ;1 11* 111a 1 i t.1 of 1'hilnd1 'lithhl, uul \\. \\' \\ Il, lhe.el. ho l tr atitll , s" I I'. tn he fl1'" 1,.tril : .k k Uidi" shmnt'"nl n l , of I 'n* '1 I 0\ Is a iof ,N w ' In 1 \ 11~ I-. 1,'l * 1' t !1 I-1. 1-i il Xli\ Nll. t" I n 1" I ' 1 11' h " I I I (I1 ~I~ t1 ,1 hnil Illl II I t 1 ,1 1\ d ill It 1~ th" t ,1l. . lln.,, l I., '1 .11th , h u ti, , n . 'l . ', ,\ . .liiI \i- II .1 \ it II l n -n , Ih . t ith,' ' I In '' I i1 n l ' 1,~ I I ,'il I' "'I III illlr - Iitl IIi o ,+. ' " \tnltd ,lhI , ,iiills, o ne , lei I, A ltatl I Ilspllata. , II , f lIq. | I I il l th t 1L" il II ' I l\ *\· in ti,' 11.1111 ~tt t l ll I 111, t l 1 1 l I 'I ..1 ,e tiln e 11. I to . i n lle 4 11i h11 1 111t ,t ls l'1 I1 11 " .1. than .~1at I i leht i n\ Ithr .nn Ia I. 1 IIt ia i.u l t k l 1 tIII. t l .Ill | *Kl' 1 il I lif ., rI , Il I t1 ý" .1 ta Ul itilt owN ov. t K..I -Jhr int. il, .1itl im It I t i n s l ti\it , ., in Aii,. .1, I Irom Pire t.. Fryrin Van. I'' ttolnll , hI Not\ S Ir(\ "'· 111,.m. Ii :I |Inlll i I IIt nrit Iu n tIn , 1nh .ji t ~ 'IIh111y ( ia1 "TNI t ovlerllyI 11 thIu IonII.'I il l itJl n p l 't aiI ell ll h l'llt f " IIhI . 111 II te l, l fiti hI .11 I th . lll154 . j) d pI 15.II k itlo thIIi i 11\1 1"t all Ra in1 'J'ill. . hllt L Io lit' i i . li patlll S (till II Ow runll y in n allr hankruil ' userret Over brekilnrtdge. Irilnlton. Ky, Nov. . -John I'Prvnor, m1o1* .11 .st Athenu, Ky.. pilot an41. ins..tantly , 111. l t ll li1,vh,.I i ll * hu r to-ni , 11, . ,,I",, e.rl ly " hut I wAi i i hi rp. -L til I li, I,. TIi,,t nor ' 0 I II r.I I k.IrTiln m,' man. lul. I`I. . 1,1.i II\ nill lharl ll n w w.n." sIp uppIl'ie . T.hy alirrelett over the ilction. TWENIY-EIGHl MAJORIIY Republicans Expect to Control the Rontbns Legislature by That Majority. Where the Vote. Will come From, in the Opinion of Mr. Mantle t a otf the State tfo Comer.ssmals se *1at..a Jeetlt.., ao far a Hoawrd From. I,'" 'li i ".Ilt' ' ' Ilpil lall l..i lnt h l, iluttl , N., . iI 'T'h," til, .erlo le Ifindl Ipg pi lllt 141 e h iLl,ul ittll lr s i tA i ll" lly I ,ll I' l. ll i,. Il ll t l - I'tI~ii lii ali i,.l - 4iu$trir are ope'n and haur. 'he only 'll, L"rii. ~ Ialnitbii , at i ll cll, l Ilibi' ll - iriurli'iI itiw I ut e l elt. Kili ttr. ai til h I llt hii zlilrtay ri.taulli.iL . Ai'eOllanli IU ules t hiw that i,, I l"lislature will be ".un, 1w v h dminlly re"publin. Aceeor dinK I., his hiurui ., I IIP* uihpli.xtn or thu legislatil ., ililudiigK the hold olilver 54i ull sl, will lit a ollow.w ltiaverhead, thll""" r'.publitnos, nI demnoirits, no populists; 'lsicade, three republicans. IuI dem, n raotI, Inll.. popullst, I'ot,"e two I pulli. anl; Cunt.r, Ltwo repub)ll canl, one" deiUi'l Lat ; Dawson, one demo ratt, wwllson and iuster, one republi. clal; lh-pr Lodge, two republicans, (one. demicerat, one popullst. Ieer Ludge land Missloula, one r.epublican:; Fe'gus, Iwo republicans; Fiathead, onle democrat, three Ispullsts; Elallatln, two repubil cans, two democrats; liranlte, three re publicans; Jefferson, four republicans; Iwis and Clarke, two republcans, one democrat, six popullsts; Madismon three republileans; Meagher, one republican, one democrat, one popullst; Missonlla. three republicans, one populist; Park. four republicans; Ravalli, two repub licans, one populist; Sliver How, eleven republicans, one democrat; Teton, one republican, one democrat; Valley, one democrat; Valley and Fergus, one re publican; Yellowstone, two republi cans; total, fifty-five republicans, twelve democrats, fifteen populists. This will give the republicans a ma jority of twenty-eight on joint ballots. Complete returns of Slilver Bow county leave no doubt of the election of a re publican state senator and ten republl can and one democratic representative. Complete unofmfical returns of SlIver Bow county on the vote for congress man are as ftllows: Hartman. repub lican 4,527; Corbett. democrat, 1.523; Smith, populist, 3275; plurality for Hartman, 1,252. On associate justice the vote is as follows: Hunt, republi can, 4,022; luce.democrat,1,771; Retrees, populist, 3,112; plurality for Hunt, 100. Incomplete returns received at the re publican state headquarters here of the voi.* on congressmen are as follows: C('ountleq. Hartman. Corbett. Smith. ieaverhead ....... 621 1!0 '4 I ('hoteau ........... 614 i29 11il1 talwiwsoln ........... K13 i4 97 IDeer Lodge........ 1,291 St7 1.415 Gallatin ........... 1,2. 4111 f17 (;ranite. ............ 66 1.37 454 L..wis. and 'larke. 1,W,11, it9 2,159 Madison ........... 4 312 4:17 Missoula .......... Ot 761 7VI Park ............. 1,310 400 136 Itavalll .............. 7:3 467 tlllver low........ 4,27 1.523 3.275 Yellowstone ...... 775 261 18 Total. ........... 15.6 6,. 10,631 Plurality for Hartman, 4,73. The vote on associate justice is very i, 'onimplete. As far as received It is as fol lows: Couinties Hunt. Luce. Reeves, C('huteaiu ........... 61i 274 84 Dawson ........... 16 7:t 79 DIeer Lodge........ t845 32 1,4:,0 (lai latin ........... 447 1.i121 279 (Iranite ........... t17 1616 5! Lewis and l'larke. 2.76.3 71t.1 1.6 Mnidison ........... 6l:1 3114 295 Missouia .......... 7,41 41 1.34l ltavanlll ............ 1.79 .171) 2i SIIve'r Iow........ u,tr2 1.77T 3,.2" Yellowstone ....... 687 241 141 Totals ...........12.,17 6,170 10,236 WIDOW HUED FOr $o0,000. ilh. tr.peed So Wed and Thea o e BkeLod lut. New York, Nov. II.-Ceorrte R. tevme* son has begun a stllt against Ilarriet Iou ise Puttel in ftin suiprenme court for $20,100 damaga's for alleged br.era.h of promise of nlartlag,, andI application wait made to Justice Itartlett on behalf of the plaintiff to have the pinh'e of trial changed from i)t a ngae to Kinlg cuu unty. AN It appeatred that the plaiantiff was It reslden t of Orange .tcounty the appllationl was denied. 11 r. t elien.on s. iAt widow ar. agted 7. with twoi or three grown-uIp chlltren, and th,. I. frind;tl sla a Brlooklyn widow with at sutstanathi tal hank sacoount. She has a ,' zy holne at No. 24: t'umtberland avenue. 'TThe ilaitilff ailleges hat onil July '9 a formalta nmarrtiallK, contrac't was entered tlo t betweent hint and the widow, she of. .tntag hl.r.,llf to hitt as his future wI it niti h. a tplitaK her a.s such. II ' , t1ainae with the colntract. he a a . he d tote up hit homett andl buaitnesa at I 'iook i `, . I.I t". hltltlol., and catll.T to thI slat, 'ItI i'.ott,.r, ihe Isay . pill off to I i tina ul t* ta lt tittle to t mI., ana inalilt t , U-. t init ti.lik to carry oUt I, ntat it II. rtliinataa thi. lxss to h a. It.1n 1. .a' t ani'.l llt·. nguish of mind h1 11ult "tI , :h talih iaAtl . tntll tlnti ent at $41 t,. . I'ttr iuta i. a general de ial. Mtnilunary Mat.ler. l:1 s ,o l n, N.,,%. " 1'1h . Mrs a i Ia\'.s p 'e. Ie I U' I h." t h 11 i's h t I o l 'liasiltn at I i )111,artn 1'h.n , \1 1': hill, It. 11~is"h p .1 'T NS w llan1 p h led ling All upl pl)litaltnl of l ... u'Pr it til t rl shl t1l Inlld I. hI llt1. cii 1 11t :inal)t1M was l eshii,, lilst tatsa its iII ase*aatis I al + t dr it" l i si IIIU II t.. Iit I cttarll all t ih\ nat1 t io hllltt th,, "i .aert It the 11. t that Ith op11 9(r11 1 1, %% 1ho) r ev olved Iit, upln 'upl wu 11 .1111 1''.+x"1 I'm "|h)l . lrn) . andIIII Ilp tp 1pu.ria .l l h'' n " l IIt *r. rl . ltrt llnr iatlii s I.lati sx liss tcpt a i la sssaa.ctilaa14 gh IlthoughI .1 1ll t upo" n vl h I1" onfe1re"'1nce htcinghe I'e ise ge on tIleerrd. 1'hlhtii di'llhin, N ,v. I. - Thel Itled Star .hanl ltI,'sllr tl ap saiha* rlca lld I tahti scr tai 11i1), fillh K wIli t hetr l lh d n t-ll,.i'4prlllly wh1sli I t.r 1 . aiti .t allaahl1r taI li haav' laa't.n tI' 1I.tl iiMh.'t pa Mcasaaai"s "'\ s 1' 1.r 1pri. tse'sid. 'I'h.' ig tb.k o.f the Switzerland hiw.aW lh st .lIM5 l tllt gI iM l ildt l e Inlt llt siia llU .. . .II. niit IIII'iiK (hll Klrttler pa t of tthe IpII., .ge it ' swan fr.lta nl'tenllnatr ' Ito khisa s.r , I atag l hithl tttlined dliwn. a ih,' s.asIc '. tre intll inually I·,litIK dIl I.,'ily Io,.er the '( as.l ftrnl 1~.a itlluar Ue Doe's Like OQIri.d.. N, w. ltanl al., Nov . An elrveting paper Ma y: "'t;ov. W'all, IhM KOlag to Wave ,' Clralo. l' wall knuown iMnilct savy that thee nov na ic Ihi tnki tg over a propoultIon said ,it hiave bI'setI nlaslh to hint to lake up his relc.en..er In tillnoin. It is mats that the plopl*.,'a Isurty of Ililnonia have taken lu'ch c liking Io the governor that they want him not univy to reatlde among them, but Sais to i lead them to victory as their ca didatae for governor o Ig".