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1 A 1' - r t-f ZearfotP, catcher: William J. K.itn, shortstop, with prolbatly M.t('iarthy for that pIosltion later and Mcilntyrt as the last but not least of the "hreavies." W'on't that look good on ai Ilutte score book ? Zea;rfoss, dtespite (thnaluts in rsome iof the newspapers, Is with Iul It this sea son. lie hIas biirn signed for soli weetks but has just securead hlils release frin Tacomai for a prite-a prire far, frill' bie low the $00 first asknil for by Ihie 'Ta onma people. TheI'l llllllntrt IS sirlil toi be in BIutte, lthollh i I'rsidhnit luan has nothing biut that stave snmile, whlh lihe la tcultivating for lh' seasonr , \h in asked about thie miatter. Katie lilis signed i and his ti rolilm r l: been forwardtled fi' it St. orils. ''hi, new shorltstutp was \ ith t ill. SNe York league bill his rIlease i ia, securedli ill orlde' thai lit iight sign .to h tloskey. Kane is a great sltop, a htiry bttter and oine of the lhst itlllId tr'i iin htI minoIr leagues. Ills hailnig airagi last year \\ras 2it Lnd hi.; hlieiding SSS. There has bten a sirli, IjetVtwi i Intite and 'T'icoma over the fll r dl ly e ni Iltr.', I. litradlct , was blaeklisted, it "till it i, inemlltilibetld, by Denver, andl alet'!iski y mo'ved things abnliot until li sl'cur.dt the rerniov] of the ban by Presit'sidentl Packard. ,Iay Atndrh ews, th iie \ti r imanager for -iitrtnlt, triedt tit rIiush in ont a .oit rail ilth ltratlley anid Insisted that he hadi a hprir andl lbitriing clrain. ''lt mitt ter was referrtle to Preshient I .tiuas, who writlies tihat lith will lpernit ni mIon key husiness in the strife for players, aind that a club with it prieIr l:;iiim is (tertalnly entitled i to the liian. As tllilit has a prior clailm anid liradlhy is will trig to oimtrIr here, the letter is takln ais an lndltationt thait A riter-sa will Iroe I1n his firs ot \\ithll the snlintlh ""lion (st John." Mtose TLtFontlse was delfeatl 1last night, tccordingll to to te refertee ati the ltress dlspatchltes, bIy Ytoung (ihs, Ihri coloitred allin. The btout went 15 irolluls and the decisiononastt given to Iihhs Iby leferee Jack Kitchehn before l thI Antel iclub of Oaikland, C'alifornia, About the only slzize-uilp obtainablel is that (ilb)bs had too Iong it reach aind blockedil too well for' the tMonltana boy, who tooltk a great deal o punllllishmellllnt alln was tor game be knorlckedlI out. Lt Fr t Ilse won praise for his goile nres aind his aggrl'ssiv\' work \ev-in \wh(len It ,ecamiel all)pparent thal t hti (eiutlrl riot win, w\as a surprisella to th li. lfo'rnia sports. Niit, ithstandling they "lilaim thIl: (lilHs outIlaissed llhin, .Mose was onti Ilis feet antd fighting \\ lien tihe gong sorundrled In the last round. 'I'Tie dtrislin \\ias given to (lt)ibs oni the grt'und that ihe outpolntted and dalagtled his ti main, though he nwas unatible to plut him aiiilly. 'Ttlh Thorntoils are the 'chal.piriiton iowlt ers in the city leaglue. T'Ih' litst giutin.l \w'lre rollIr lilst night ann rIesulnted in the 'I'rntritils winlning two out of ithe lthree froin the Silver Ilow.. ''lisis left the Thorntons In thet lend \\ilh at pir ncentage of 722 with 1ihe Silvier Ihrlio\s next with i a percen'tage of 415. Th,: scori lust ti Iht SILVI.It BO\Vq. 1st. 21. . d. M cKinley .................168 1 14 tuarker .................... 19 215 1 It.voralk ...................1 G 1iS 1!1 A dam s ....................19'2 1t; 15 i olmnes ...................155 183 16 Total ................ 43 900 755 TItANS1l'S. 1st. 211. hi. Shl1-y ....'................177 157 13:3 T)oran .....................154 113 143 M ise\vich ..................172 187 20" 4'ox .......................148 150 142 Iludloff ...................191 159 155 Total ................ 84 70 ; 775 Teams. 1'. W. 1. 1.(', Thornton .......... 3 26 10 . +4lvl' r Ilow ....... 1; 10 20 .115 () t a;nl. .........3i 15 21 .117 T r's:,its ...........36 11 271 .9 Th ma:;tturlade bowling iatahll will lak., place e-xt Molnday night, Iegili Iling at 8:30 o'clock. Two w-. kltsk lalr 111e one tourallmelnt will start. A special from Park ('lty says Kid Rolley was probably fatally injutred dur ing a boxing contest with "Dlummy" fRowan at that place last night. Ill the second round itolley recei\vec a heavy blow below the belt that al ,most put him out. He contl.tlod to fight, however, and In the third round collapsed and fell to the floor. physicians say Rolley is badly rup ~ tured and that his condition is very se rious. Tommy Ryan knocked out "Mysterl oas" Billy Rmlth In the fourth round of a ;'hat was to have been a lO-rounll bout at Kianas City last night. S- te c r non ** #0)@ LaVsto; the leCycleltder knoivn ( 1)'A as "The Terrible Swede," died at Mil waukee yesterday with pneumonia. With that lovable mildlness for which the young ladies are famed from the sun kissed hills of ('cnterville to th11 wind slwept wastes of l'limberied Butte, the Butte High SH'hool basket hall team sub mlitted to the stern decree of Umpire Sehrbtee of Dillon last night and meekly reflrallled frloltl Tillying any more basket hall--after Mir. Si l'three in his c·apacity of clptail n of tllhe 1)llhI team ordered his nubordinates fronm tilhe floor. It wasL II gallle fromtl hic'h several ser moins couldl Ie 11' pre'a:(ched and many plrize' winnlig essays writini. The genttle zplihyrs of tllild pIrotidtl hIIw fI)ubackwards o nd forwards ;it tomes -there wet'e tilt posl itl'ly nothtling. lThe ge'ntl e stliu illts frl i h' Ull IIlgh schoo)l .IndI tie .ilrl s.l-okn tilllns fromt ollion tr)l, to plaiy a g..oo game of hau ketl Ball -aled occa, ionillly they had time tnd -a -wl'i gif ' in o 'lIportun ili, t sio ti th tlloweI to < io It very 4 tft ' i lsecti ow - ' f -om ih'" I'ks if l' iiis w Iltil til r tllli's li ilin f:nolltt for Mll SiS l.'y to-l s i, tn I 1it' f it- lii. kll fit l tii. 11i tlt t xHiiik to ll' t a lll from tli i li l'. u iiin t . l' til.,ia n phly has not Ih) roll , Ibearuse tel. I 1 IIrt f)lt l uI-rfl 'l ' I,) lnl ini,1 Ihlit' r ftlri frol I'l tll l h" Ih It ' itull'1 i'. t Itlllif' t il.. th i i t lI I l' ii itt i ii . i. ll t.y i (s. tih' rt tlt? l it ," n as'f I i-tlutglytit' what i(iI' ( t' ;lll 1 t f ' i ftl. i i t ti' f l i , ' it llo ' ol " as if' thll- 1..,I ha . i.I 't' ll, l L r h y'd III till st(a ' I fi'o' I , llifti ' flr t'ni ' of I(11' t )n o mnoin ll rma l of sp) i,.n nrs flI 'l l bI'll ]) iottl ui' l tit on. itt t l ilt- I those Iitn iri's firo( i llllil'il'i 1 tttl I;)iht - t t' fro1t1, il flint '' 1'o 111 il'.l' it inlt lf'ir I it s ('i'h l tinl 111 \' I Ihi 'n I t in i . .11' it. I of thi ttllr 'to ' s, l~htelie ",,s -Ibf ouls)ll I ' II.,i \h o il t l'rt'\ nt ,, b, 'outh; ; . ilbl s Iill , t l ilit ,11: ,t th y , ,Inll, 1 l1l -, fl,,r ;, 11'i 1! 1'ov n t I the i'X i 'lll, i i ll ' 1ti l lll el ' l' ? l ili l l . till" I) nir' t 111'(" Ii:h i I II h1 i'' 1' I',l) 1' . 1; I'tI iI work (,)U. Tih hl',t l' wls a aid' dil'f'rncl betw en the p- ilying of Ii') two 1'ians D llion wrike<'d bieintifitlly as :1 t'11111 :tail thel'l cli; is er",,( play,) %\' ,r st [ l i| ly stl-ll ing. 'The Ital , itirl w r pa ly'z"I by thi' f 'll Ri' Iand 1(i )1'liy ilf tIh'Ve" 'x I llth n tud lli( t Hi ' I m t' ' y u.'I h 'll t d stll. - l11t tly to d}l ll I oin l II 111 u ,. i'l ti(s lh tl' ' did gr,) ' t tu"rh , ' ( w i lual walk I b.( lt''ll hLli hdl thoo Inl' ll I' r t' I ll plays I lrllf lioften l ' \ ehll l i flt l go s l 'blig tl ld lb' thi the goal wtith no o1' (ll't'o in cap* ihl in'vllag. 'a;l it b Itlyi , ,old iln tll Moringlll ds pll. e I( ll' n ,i ,'I r of fr, l)hrow'ys cu, p tur l by 1'mpirie S'i'r" of Dillon for h ' ,IIn I h t ,li s l fto y w ill I. I'o tllllnts wr'r'i y gi vive Si h murh timii, at thill gain' to ,lll In favor of ill, e ,M-' b ,tween tin's of ]lll('h I rd lsi l'huis t ' y I h( twlls Iby t o umpills flomt Ihitln Mill \ th' rrfer'o front l itttl'. T'lhli'n t. 1u'. S4 hl,rr, tlte of tillh u. ' h' 's 1'rol Dillon, decided to hake his tlall he', ' f l i'o till! galllih e oli' rough ' hl l ilg. t'l',1 ho m'lirh's fromt D )illon decide-r \(that Miss\ I'llkox of fIl uith wa'l s "it" alsoIl iltd beh us. III il ' rf o ,l"l ie ll 1fro lut' wouldn't distls Isii' question any imlo; ir, .Th. Ii fb1e took his I"1l' tfr' oill llh from Butte exhibited their meekness 1y deciding not to play any more basket bll that evening. This was the line-up: Butte. Position. Diillo. Center. Jessle lickox ..........Mamle McInto h Left Forward. Vera Ledwidge ..........Mamie Ada a Bight Forward. Ona Proebstel ...............Eliza Selway /tight (Guard. Floyd Patterson .......... Florence Carter Left (luard. Maldge Iray ................ Edith Clraeter Mubstlituteas-Butte: Lena Brown, Mar. garet Driscoll and ,Ethel Elsenberg. Dillon: lBessile Tyree, Fern Scott and Ora Conway. New York, March 1T.--Itadlccal changes lhave bieen madle by the executive corn toillite of the I'nltecid -'atc. (toltf ls.so cl:itlon In the laws reg'arding tihe prair ing In the amnlateur chatmlfnocsthlips and ttl( nlumlllti.r to quality tolh iit the ama ctur a n, women's champ'onships. lHercenfter all medal play rounds in clhatlllpions hiip flor men lind women shall tbe 18 holes, and the first 64 will quality Inlst'auid of the first 32. as formerly. 'hlis will reduce the first day's play to thlie norting out of the ,est 64, who will meet tin match play. In the pairings for Ich' prlihninatii ;ry rountis at math play, players No. 1 will bie paired with No. 33, No. 2 with No. 74, and no on. It will be Ilili.oAi4iblet to tell Inder this arrange. I111t I'I'whee tiny player outlhile of the list four will land. .-o tar as the rule is conc'erned, the, Ieinefit can easily be seen. In Plhiladel ihta in 1899, where 78 iinished, there were only three lstroke.s between the 16th aind 32d to finish, and at Ilaltuasiol Il.t year tlhere r were oenly five strokes iLetweeOi lilt 16tht and t2c1. The forthciOlllang meeting arl t Little Itct:ck tprinctci ,.. to tie tllh biest nmeeting l1tint hais cv'er bien ehel thore'. Over $1,.4i0 It, p.tusets will bte' distributed in a. weet'k. (d 4'olrrig. is now at M'nmphis, Tenn., ion till lookout ll it Kl 1 Jjlckeys. iHe says Ihe is willing lto pay $2It0,0lii00 for three ibos Ihiat couhll 1111 tillh bill, but up to the i,r. se eii t. ie has been ulable to se t r.. I ild.tr i ilhal Wotuhl Yllt 1111ii1. Abi, Ftllank, ctllerge ('. Ilinnctlt's 'c'ai'k l' .as - ld, i;s rouitldtii to nictoly at Me'm Ihis. lie workied a citi' in 1:47 thilc other ,liy ,itlihout bIinzig ext'ndth. to his Lest el'.orl. II ' th n t- s on hil' 'ouldi cut a bIg Iigldre in tIh' Wi'sterll ixturies 'this y<.. Hlis ftorte i f'ront rtunnling, but. a\ Ic thinr lie c'ian go :i route or inot Is yet to , .'t'cl. lie should behi. a wonder at cri fturlongs.. ITh l tlii now prai'tictallty acceptele by the .Natlthii;tl l4tiigut, liagi nat s Is to let Ihi, Ii'' citfalal qnu ,,stioi taitke its time. 'I'iTh Ntt iulll leaguet can let the matter re.t, ihi aley.cincei, anid can play ball right aih ing just ti(he ,anti'. It ic possible 'that :+ ctompromiie manll t li, a' cl.ti ble to both Icc wala''ilng factionslt , imay cc'ttupy the tempo rarl't'y 'halir, oir that Nick Young will ir'tailln o)lce till noine drclinite deter niiinatithon hias been rewtiheld. Ili either ev0iiit tihere wilt lie an 'ight-club league, iclli tilhe schedule' will give' iver't'ybody tlhitty cfl gootl holhily pluiIs. It will, of coiurse, be anl tup-hill tight` now that tih,. Ac'e'ic'an league has the cream oc Ihi' llliy_ irst and the popular support. but ihl 'l is t'oonl for two l agues, and ai no- i (cotlit ting scthelule will htIclp materially. T l chances of thie i'Ic'iago club for 1902 look Imore thcn 'lnc'oura'iging. Pitts 11r4, of course' , has I ron-c'lad and tlb iil cihich upoi tihe flai. Th',roe i no ' tlilodciells the' P'rat.'' cI'rew-It nut ctclassesa aill clh(ls in the '' weakened Natiottnal. Thue ('hit pno ['lub, though, seems, gooci for sec o:iil. I'r.tizk 'hle)' will haive a c're' ct icc hi nt ic chi'lt )w tould 'ar'e but ill in thil 4,1 ihay, but vwhich i' lln ci ut it lot of ic," li i th.' l'r.a.'k' ccc k i c. iiii c .aihled Na yf 5.' . 's ii Oliver J. PutipF, the x'ounRi SI'iu ilLii·d bLy MatInIg "r M''(CI e' ' to pitch rif Fiutte the ciilriig se' t'iiii, ti tlatii I iii' StillwII Cep, Miiiiii.XstC. LaUNI seasion h- dw id Somte goiid liox wnork ii,,i 'h, I . rirlr'it ilui, n 1 a ,'udai. ;1e is 6 f ieet ill hc~light, i' ,gie' IO Iiiinu ;IU, ali is ilaijiediiI to hi"jillti''elI'iTVOrilI$ wittlh 11 ,:r , f hr 1:, l ;r lit ! t ;( ll, w 1'L11 "(.1. :i11 ' 11 III Ii l ht Kati.~l tional. If Rube Waddell rettura to elab duty, seoond place seems a oertalaty. Brooklyn seems like -a guaranteed third position team. Boston may finish fourth. Boston, Philadelphia and Cinoinnati will bunch very close, but really ought to finish in the order named. New York and St. Louis are apparently sure to have It out for the booty pxjse, While Freedman remains in control, every ar dent fan will hope to see his club end last, and last seems like its most logical plsition. Of the numerous array of players given out in the official lists of the American league, 26 are men lifted in the recent big raid upon .the National league. The minor league hnen who are to get their first try-out number only 12. Of the whole bunch, only 29 were with the American league In 1900, so that figures tell plainer than words how the expanding league has cast aside its old standbys to take on newer blood and cards to draw the fans. Comparing the champion White Stockings with the other clubs, it be co(tmes obvious at a glance that Comiskey In Invincible, barring an unheard-of sucessilon of accidents. He has the best pitching staff in the league-no other, ,luhi, can show three men to match (.rfllth, Cnllnhan and Patterson. lHe has the hbat pair of calihers-the next best p:hir. Warner and Criger of loston, are n,l as valuable In all-round merit as (',otnmy's two. His Infield, for speed and general value. Is the. best In the lot, Bos ton has a good Infield. Philadelphia four ilrolng men, and St. Louis a lively lot. bui the Chicago quartet outranks them. The C'hicago outfield is as good as any of thi, eight: the base-running is far the l.st. and the batting cannot be beaten. (loveland's team is the only one in the 1nt that looks really weak. It is slated frr Fighth place, first, last, and all the Sime, and cannot escape the eight-hole 1ullli's seven teams fall dead. "It's Jeffries to a certainty," says John L. Sullivan. "Jeffries is too big for Fitzsimlnons, and although there is no question that the old boy will give him thl. fight of his life. Jeff ought to win without alny great bother. He has a tre nIl'lndous advantage over Fitzsimmons In both youth and weight, Jeffries is barely 27 years old and in fighting shape will scale nearly 225 pounds. Fitzsim mions, according to good authority, is well night 47 years of age and will weiigh in under 175 pounds. How do youll figure out how a man can win under su(ch a handicap? Fitz can hit hard, yes; no man In the ring can hit a bit harder, but it is my opinion that Jeffries hits every bit as hard." Kid Broad will fight In Denver and his first opponent will be Jack McClelland of Pittshurg. The fight will take place at the Colorado Athletic club on March 28. A movement is also on foot to match "IDnver Ed" Martin and Bob Armatrong to fight in Denver for the colored cham pionship of the world. The fight, if ar ranged, will take place some time in May. Dave Sullivan is still in the ring. He has entirely recovered from his .hard battle with McGovern on Wshlangton's birthday, and is ready to try his hand again. Two cJubs in Chicago want to get the game little Corkonian for shows this month, and it may be that Sullivan will accept. Tommy Sullivan, Eddie Santry and Jack .MoClelland are named as opponents for Bullivan. More green trotters and pacers, which have shown miles in 2:10 or better, are now training than ever before. *, They say that Prince Henry, although an expert seaman, is something of a horseman, and can navigate an Amerl can trotter with considerable skill. If report is correct he owns two trotters that were bred and raised in this coun try. Archie Zimmer, wTo has been training Ernest Parham, Trebor, Sfandfiea and Avator, all of which have been running under the name and colors of 1. D. Sul livan at New Orleans, announces that these horses will be sold at auction in a few days. Zimmer further stated that he will go East after the sale and train horses for George Griffths, a New Yorker, who was left quite a sum of money recently and will go Into racing this season. Joe Mahaffey, the Cincinnati Infielder, will remain on the Pacific coast this year, and has renewed his allegiance to Portland, Ore. Orthography. (Exchange.) If an S and an I and an O and a IT, With an X at the end, spell Su: And an E and a Y and c.n E spell I, Pray what is a speller to do? Then, If also an S and an I and a 0, And an H E D spell clide, There's nothing much left for a speller todo But to go and commit siouxeysighed. Relative Goodness. (Yonkers Statesman.) He-T-s he good at golf? She--Good? Mercy, no! He swears frightfully! -r a. tS w ,shars., or sa.y infsmlaa. hee t pion irritation ror era. init omBalsam tie of to pt e S a esb. e bras.s. oa-streinget. I EI NVASS C A S, I . 14 . rh . .g ..st, r- renaits inpram w atsper iourt iao wenL n real.r o y apsuls are superior S ae diseses with.4, outann c venien e.' " s , idb a/ID s-u n': LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Helena, Mont., February 10, 1902. Notic i Is hereby given that the follow. ing-namted settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John R. Eardley, United States commissioner, at Anaconda,Mont., on March 15, 1902, viz.: Napoleon Tessier for homestead entry No. 8320 for the lot 4, sw'4 of the nw'/, and w /j of the sw'Q of Section 4, Township 2 north, Range 12 vwest. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: David Tessier, Louis Tessier, Florence Thlb odeau, Fred Gangner of Anaconda, Mont. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4504. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, March 5, 1902. Notice is hereby given, that Carl J. C ctell, whose postofflce address is Butte, ..nt., has this day filed an application for a patent for 1,500 linear feet, the same being for 1,220 feet In southeasterly and 280 feet in northwesterly direction from the point of discovery on the Johanna C. Lode Mining Claim, situ ated in unorganized mining district, Jefferson county, Montana, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6526, township No. 3 north, range No. 7 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 3d day of March, 1902, and being more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat Lh,,r"e t. on file in this otice, as follows, to wit. Ileginning at the northwest corner No. 1, a granite stone, 6x7x4 inches above ground, marked 1-6526, from which ini tial point No. 2, established for t'nrveys in fraction township 3 north, rang.: 7 w\est, bears north 48 degrlees 10 mnlnu',?s w\st, 6064 feet, and running tihe t.3 sutltl 68 degrees 50 minultes east 1500 l',ett to northeast cornerl No. 2; Lthenlce south I degree west, 613 feet t, 'aouth (',at iorl'er No. 3; thence no1t1n r8 de grees 50 minutes west 1500 feet southwest corner No. 4; thence north 1 degr e, ,ast 413 fret to cornetr No. 1, the ila'': of hi ,,inininig. Containing an area of 19.81 ,,r r as as claimed by the above almed :ip pliant for patent. 'l-The location of this mica 1i recorled in tlhe oillce of the recorder' cf Jeffer:on iouity, on page 263 in Book 21 of Ilodes. Iiindedl on the north by ;iurvl'y No. 11;6, the Baltimore Lode, John Cam ,i, nii, applicant, and on the wist FiT'voy No. 6129, the Davenport Lode, Ilhbert Mll ride, applleant. GIOIOGE D. ftFrIN:NE, ]t-glster. .1H). TI. TARPER, IT. S. Claim Agent. (First publicatton Marco 6, 1902.) MINING APPLICATION NO 4,498. United States Land Otfice, Helena, Mon tana, February 20, 1902, Notice is hereby given that the Ana contda Copper Mining company, a cor poration existing under the laws of the state of Montana, by John Gillie, its at torney in fact, whose post office address is Butte City, Montana, has this day flied its application for a patent for 41 linar foot, being 27.5 feet easterly and 13. \\Wiesterly from the center of discov ery shaft of the Jim H. lode mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on February 14, A. D. 1902, situated in Sum mit Valley (unorganized),mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, and designated as Survey No. 5,825, in fractional township 3 north, range 7 west, and being more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner, which is the point of intersection of the third course of Survey No. 846,and the east end line of Survey No. 1,654, a porphyry stone set in the ground with a mound of earth along side, and marked 1-5,825 for Corner No. 1, from which the quarter section corner on the south boundary of section 7, fractional township 3 north, range 7 west, bears south 32 degrees 4 minutes west 1,810 feet, and running thence south 88 degrees 49 minutes east 41.5 feet; thence north 11 degrees 14l minutes east 17 feet; thence north 88 degrees 49 minutes west 41.5 feet; thence south 11 degrees 15 minutes west 17 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of .016 acres, of which ,008 act es are in conflict with Survey No. 586, not claimed, leaving .008 acres claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this claim is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow c6unty, state of Montana, in Book "T" of lode records at page 69. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 586, Modoc lode, lot 42, Joel W. IRansome et al. applicants, on the northeast; Survey No. 840, Alex Scott lode, lot 93, Charles S. Warren et al. applicants, on the south; Survey No. 1,654, Sunnyside lode, lot 241, James A. Murray at al. applikants, on the west. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. SAMUEL A'ARKER, JR., Attorney for Applleant. (First publication February 21, 1902.) MINING APPLIC.TION NO. 4493, United States .ad Office, Helena, Mon tana, January 18, 1902. Notice is hereby given that John F. 1:cEvoy, Robert McDowell, Marlon E. Keast, William Kidney and Andrew L. Sister, whose postofilce address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their appli cation for a patent for 349.5 linear feet, being 217 feet easterly and 132.5 westerly from discovery shaft on the Idlewild lode mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 16th day of January, 1902, situated In Summit Valley (unorganized) mining district, Silver Bow county, state c Montana, designated as Survey No. 6508, township 3 north, range 7 west, be ing more fully described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northeast corner, which is Corner No. 1 of Survwy No. 1677, a granite stone 8x6x6 inches above ground, witnessed by bearing rocks and marked 1-6508, for Corner No. 1, from which the quarter section corner between sections 7 and 8, township 3 north, range 7 west bears nort' 19 degrees 48 minutes west 272 feet, and stnning thence south 87 degrees .08 minutes west 66 feet; thence south 86 degrees 30 minutes west 286 feet; thel.ce south 4 degrees 806 min utes west 14 feet; thence south 69 degrees 22 minutes east 303 feet; thence north 4 degrees 86 minutes east 168 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of .71 acres, from which .06 acres l_ i:n conflict with Survey No. 953, is ex t:uded and eat claimed by applicant, neot ares ela1ie4 4,66 asee. 44 aa aI Sores aem In eAbat with rvery Mno. 2M6, lot JMIa I ... Th ltoseloa o tbis claim is recorded in Book "'" on page 12, records of Bilver Bow oounty, Mon. tana. Adjoining on the noeh Ls Survey No. 856, Adelald lode, lot No. 88 and huroey No. $2, Mat' lode, lot No, 89, Joel W. R.-. som et al. applicants for botkh and on the east Survey No. 1677, bleo lode, lot i No. i32, Alfred Wartenwetl.,. et al. appUl cants; and conflicting on the south io Survey No. 953, Right Bower lode, lot No. 165, Joel W. Ransom et al. appiloantes and on the east Survey No. 1210, lot No. 176 A., placer, James A. Murray appld. cant. CGIORGE D. GREUND, Register, M. 1. BAKER, United IIates Claim Agent. (lirst publication January tO, fO02L J. D. M'REBQOR VETERINARY SURGEON. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Vet. erinary college, Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals ac cording to scientific principles. Office at Marlow's stables. 104 South Main street. Telephone 293. All cases prompt. ly attended to. DR. CHUNG'S Celebrated Herb Sanitar lum. 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