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MINING CONGRESS WINDY CITY ANB STATE OF ILLINOIS WILL BEND LARGE DELEGATION TO BUTTE CONVENTION. CI'RCULAR IS SENT OUT URGING MINERIS TO COM'E Committees to Handle the Meeting Wero Named Last Night-There Is Much to Do and Efficient Men Have Been Se lected to Take Charge of the Various Branches of the Work to Be Done. tI't ll t hc ,fil l ll;.: . 1 Mining congress and i Ii here it. i. h :i full du.l,.Ititn frot ls i .. 'l'he. hi;, ie mhaittler in charge are vnthlti.i"stic and hate i.,sud tlhe ful I, l"a11 1,lifr ;f I 1II d to tlh Itlliin:: ; tile of I lini : . ,tl r Ut I I t lill nll is (- , .l ' l t ilth fifthi : ,ii . t n cli i. tu, ' I i tcthrnat fi al M 'i n 'ii.: n' otirusicI i ih niill be t h hi it b utt,, , - atliila. It iý l eire.', that IIlinoi, Ihe ir.' t.es nted 1% i' IIan hI ;iore illlt.restl. l in Inlilllllt I;at Ii if lihan a full gitia of r'eirei' atives on the floor. The objei ct f tihe ri tlgress is I il tut ' iii' ; iuI1ii I tI ussI;L hIf (i·in'I i('lil;l it'tiu to havt. our mining laws changil to meet the ne' e,,i ilies of the tiit..s ;an alh: to I iurge onlll govern'tlllllIt Ill l\to 'i ip i' 1 e lliinintg ILlr'ni, which will bI e rl'epresinted by a; talinvit olictr whioste rank will ie lit. saile i, that of the iheadls of the other depairt illtents." lThe lhetlter then proceedts ti explaini the r.cst of the trip nid ,how ti o itconic a imem ter of the citongress, closing with: "\\'ill you ni(t join i? We Iihope to riniig tl e li ,, conu'igrter to I.hiag: ,--will ... ~ I ,t .. ... It i0. ; it , Committees. A' stated il ye,~trdiay , Ihter \.ounttitt the local eX c uttive ,',untittec of thle Co 1n gres,, let and appointed local col ititles. Il'here is miucih fr l a .i ot lie contll lit tees Intmed to do aiid preouniably only those were alppointed who will give the Inmatter their itmnndiatl e personal atten.ltioll. 'I lhe title of the co nlnt ittees ail the nalmtcs of those appointed follow : Entertainment (',mmiittee -A. F. Bray, lee Mantle, W. A. ('lark, Jr., John S. larris, 11. A. (;alwey. Exhibit Commitfec--Ion. \W. A. C(lark, J. R. WVharton, Iion. II. I.. Frank. Excursion Committllee-J. . Wl. thartoln, J. I'. D)awson, W\. tI. Merriman, II. U. Wil bont. It. F. Recger. Badge Conintittee----(. flight, J. A. Mc Kee. I larry S. 'I tuttle, I. N. \\'.od, W illiam I ,orga.. lho tel CoI mmit lee J. lJ.l t Il ilI. .1. W . I'a:umore, aI)I i Tcn..v. lllugh 1. W ,i0., R. A. I:aylor. Wn. I). ThoIcrtn. Mu ic le ', (m illte l -( . W . ('I.u ll, \\' C. T)ierk , W . ( i t ,. 1<h tin a l C om ittee - 1ion. W. A.i1 Cv. I'.R , , f 1 , nat ,' I, . r Iarns S ' . r: ,n. 1. II n. ( lar I' '. - .:.. . ,rr, r. I ll n . 1 . S. . .. . . !. I I, n. .I L:. r ui, S. ','.. tf. I t.,'.,. .. . . . \ illiant S ':i! t.h. iH e . .I nn lillie, (;,r r e I . ' '. \ . ,, .l,l cd,. ). I t, I ;illis, A. N l \,<t ey, II t'. e ( II , < th, h\. N .r, V, ihon, Jam.ce 'i . I , allagher, John S. llarris. lugene I trrIll 1). J. Ilennessy, \Villiim Ihorgan. I. II. Reniet h, Charles F. Boothi . M. Paterson, J. I. .)oul, W. \W. McDowell. A. J. DIavis, Alex J. John ston, T. 1. Ilodgeus, J I. . ,yan C. R. .eonard. J. A. Murray, Charles \V. ('lark, W. A. (Clark. Jr., lenry .Mueller . J. T. O'Brien, NW. I). Clark, I'. J. Brophy, Joseph Broughton, R. N. Itavidon, A. K. Ervin, J. W. Fatirfiel,. II, , Frank, John F. Forbi, John W. ('titer, J. (G. Ilamnuer, W. B. Ilamilton, IHenry Jonas, S. V. Kemper. John N. Kirk, Pat Mullins, E. A. Morley, J. WV. 'assmore, Fred J. Rowlands, R. B. Turner, W. t Slpeer, Charles J. Schatzlein, J. R. TIhomnlpsoin, II. W. Turner, E. P. Triol, J. 11. Vlvian, J,. R. Wharton, V. II. Reler, Charles H. lane, T. J. Ben netts, James 11, Iynch, George W. Irvin, Toot Kilgallon, C. F. Lloyd, Sellers Lar gey. O. WV. McConnell, Thomas IL.avelle, J. R. Reed, F. Ii. Sherman, I). Dore, W. McC. VWhite M. L. leimuan, Thomuas Noyes, D. J. Giard, R. I.. Clinton, George E. Moulthrop, F. B. \eirick, R. G. Young, S. 11. Greenwood, James T. Finlen, II. 1. Wilson, Dan Tewey, R. A. Taylor, WV. 1). Thornton, J. II. Leyson, A. F. Bray, Dr. T. A. Grigg, Dr. T. J. Murray. D)r. D. B. Campbell, l)r. J. S. Ilhnumlond, Dr. Mc Dotall, l)r. McNevin, Dr. Sievers, Dr. Mhhnahan, R. II. Paxon, J. I). Slemons, John Caplice, I). J. Charles, J. I1. Mc Queeney. Delegates Appointed. Delegates appointld Iy Rbiert A. Smith, mayor St. Paul, Minn.: Co! . F. P1'. Wright, T. G. Walther, C. (. Emertsotn, Oscar Hallam, S. P. Crosby, J. W\atson Smith, Rufus A. JHoyt, all of St. 'Paul. Appointed by board of county coinmmis Johnson, J. W. McDonald, A. Richttieyer, J. T. Miller, M. E. \Vilger, all of Sterling. Appointed by co:ird of county cotintis sitters, Park county, livint ston, Mont., per Charles Angus. clerk: George II. Phelps, Jardine; P. J. Nolan, Livingstone; A. C. Jardine, Jardline; ('harles A. Mur dock, Contact; F. II. Cowles, Cowles. Appointed by 1". L. Shafner, president: John A. Cannoin, No. I last Granite, Butte; Hon. Lee Mantle, No. 2 Mantle Block, Butte. EXCURSION TO DEER LODGE. On Sunday, August 17, the Northern P~aific railway will run a special excursion train from Butte, leaving Montana Union depot at 9 a. in., returning leave Deer Lodge at 7:z5 p. an. Fare for the round trip $1.oo. Children 5o cents. Take a run down to this garden spot and enjoy yourself for a day. The Montana State Schoot of Ai - dir .year begins Tuesday, Septoga g ' For ,eglatiuag . t onn.n ,.u *e4LO WAS ~bur 1Prk aol~ r LI'L I I', (P'icture by TInter ?hountain.) DOWN AT THE DEPOT THE CROWD WITH BROOMS DRILLED BACK AND FORTH, SOLDIER FASHION, WHILE WAITING FOR T HE TRAIN. Mining News INTEREST IN BRITANIA SAID TO HAVE BEEN SOLD Rumor Is That Three-Sixteenths in Brit ish Columbia Mine Brought Just $200,000 in Recent Sale. It is reported in m iniiimg circles that a threemtixteenthl iinterst in the Britannia mline, located on Ielowe Sound, II. C., haI Ibeen sold for $2iot,omo. 'I hii is the proplrty which Franik mi. .iLeoiard of this city ha.s lbeen mIanaging ablout a year. It i, owned principally ho' ,.mlontaiina mIInc, severail capitalistl s mof Libby andi Kalispell hohling shares in it. iThe itritanuilia miiine was brought into plrominence a few years ago iy low ard C. Waltemrs, who got an option on a large controlling inlterest and succeeded in inlteresting sulticient capital to take iup the option and organize a companly for the purpose of developing the property. I n his originmal deal with the owners of the Hritannia, Mr. Wamilters was assisted by ilibby and Kalispell money, among others who took a chance being C. E. Conrad of Kiallspell. and Frank M. Leonard, J. T. Hillis, F. M. P1hmanmer, William A. lHillis, TlIholmas Sihamtghnlessy, John L. Scarlett and Joseph Lee of .ilibby. While it is not known just.how muach thise parties made out if the deal. it is ii'generally ulnlldrstood that all of themim imade ;1 very go,'od cli.mean-up oil tile Investm:lent. A large uitmelllllir of formmer residents of Libbiy are noiw lemployed in ail albouit the ine ill ivarious capaciitims anti it is the generali impressiion thait himh big mioilipro ductivie proplerty mlay at any tiin iie eli,. i iiiped w ith rm c hi .ry lll i'l will make it ione of the big ti dim.i i smit.hsdt. of 11r. \\',tt er. i. wellI ki l n i iin illathead (;minty as ti the netiator oif thie III whIere by the P.wiltt'icmm ihw.tet M. ining icotipii ra ti,'n. a in .n lih cimpaliny. acqumirldi thie fmuion Summintiie mine at Libby fromi the ,,riyhi:nal m , mirs amind timnder ilhose i mi amlmmmm - i nti iiis i riimmniiments were mam e piim rior to its disposal tio Mr. lim ersm and hii, a sciatesi, the pmetienm t oipertiao of the ine11. SScreenings. Jack Ilioy, one of the former lessees of the Fast Steward mine, in this city, is inoiw managing the Filgin minie, ownied by Ilhugh Wilsion and other Butte mmen. lThe Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds. We solicit your trade..$#,$. Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butte. MITCiHELL & TURNER Olrice i03 East Broadway. Phone, a217. Agents for: Worthington & Deane pumps, Sullivan Machinery Co., Jeffrey mf'g Co., Phoenix Iron Works Co., Iten drie & Bolthoff Co.; Laidlow-Dunn-Gor don Co., A. Leschen & Sons Rope Co., Keystone Drilling Co. We carry in stock a full line of boilers, pumps, drills, etc. I,. yIIgI . property is located near the Watseka, in Rochester, Madison county. In cleaning up tt· sluice boxes of the placer mine in Skelly gulch, Le.wis and Clarke county, a few days ago a nugget weighing more than $15o was found. There were several other valuable chunks of the yellow metal, but none half as largq as the big huk. George W. Spees is reported as having taken several large nuggets of gold front his placer ground in Quartz gulch this season. Quartz gulch is a tributary of Rock creek, which empties into the Hell gate river, io miles east of Missoula. Some of the nuggets were as large as walnuts. A. Swanson Is developing two claims at the head of Cedar creek, lalahead county, that promises good returns. lie has been working on them for years. The predom inating value of the ore is silver, in which metal it is very rich. The metal ap pears in bIromides. Ten men are developing the Buckeye mine in the Cataract district of Jefferson county. There is a mill on the property and it is being put inl shape for a test run. The property is owned by Davis and Jud son of lansing, Mich. There is some high grade ore in the lhiis, which will lie shipped to liucte in a short time. iDon Davelnport, who has a bond on the Kl'e wool minie near Ilelena, has informied George W\. Ilulf;iker, onie of the owners of the property, that developmernt work ona the minell will be emnlllienced before October I. The olnd covers a period of two years from June I of this year, but there is a stipulatiiii in it to the eflect that work m.st lihe ctutenced by ( cltoher i, or the option will ie void. 'lt',m Maynard :; n1l ('e Cliflordl brothers have a very t'romisitg gilt and silver producit g property inear the new camp of uion;an:a, which is located oii Steele creek, a trilutary of the Ilig liole river. It con sists of two claims klinown as the Iliex aiid Ibex extcnsion. A tuIIIne has been dr(hiven oii feet oil on itof the claims. The vein is from toi to is feet wide with a pay streak of front oiie to two feet. Assays if the oire shotw the values to vary, soimie runninilg as low as to Iiounces in silver and $ti in gold and others as high as Soo ounces in silver and $4i in guoll. PROPOSAI.S \VANT'EI). Sealed proposals will he received by the Trustees of School District No. I of Sil ver Uow county, Montana, up to 5 o'clock p. mn. of the 26th day of August, 1oo2, for the erection and completion of a two-story brick school house, to ble erected on lots is. 16, 17, 18, block to, Kemper addition to the city of Iutte, Montana, and to be in full accordance with the drawings and specifications therefor, as prepared by W. A. O'Brien, architect. Drawings and specifications can be seen at the office of the clerk of the school board. Proposals must he addressed to Thomas Richards, School Clerk, and marked, "Pro posal for Building School Ilouse," and imust he accomlpanlied by a certified check in the amount of ()ne Thousand ($i,ooo) dollars, as evidence of good faith on the part of the person nmaking such proplosal. Checks made payable to the order of lcnry Mueller, president of school board, and shall be forfeited to School District No. i, Silver low county, Montana, in case the party to whom the contract is awarded, shall refuse or fail to execute a contract and bond for building said school house, in accordance with said drawings andrl specifications. Trustees reserve the right to reject any and all bids. HENRY MUELLE.R, Atte:,t President. T. RICI1ARDS, Clerk. Cures Create 'Confidence WE CURE MEN Cured to Stay Cured WE CURE VARICOCELE IN FIFTEEN DAYS Under our treatment this insidious disease rapidly disappears. Pain ceases almost instantly. The pools of stagnant blood are driven from the dilated veins, and all soreness and swelling quickly subsides. Every indication of varicocele soon van ishes and in its stead comes the pride, the power and the pleasure of perfect health and restored vitality. WE CURE RUPTURE IN SIXTY DAYS It will be to the interest of every one who is ruptured to come and see us before throwing any more money away on trusses. Our method of treating will contract the dilated-rupture opening, and restore it to the normal condition. There is no operation which will produce the same satisfactory results; nor does the treat ient interfere with your usual occupation. Perfect protection from the very first We have many patients in Montana and vicinity who can and will certify to the ment will cure you, and cure you PERMANENTIL. We have many patients in Montana and vicinity who will certify as to the eficacy of this treatment, and after years of suffering from this condition are more than glad to be able to tell others of the relief obtained. WE CURE SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON IN NINETY DAYS Our special form of treatment for this disease is practically the result of our life work, and is indorsed by the best physicians in this and foreign countries. It con tawins no dangerous drugs, and forces out every particle of impurity. Soon every sign and symptoms disappears completely and forever. The blood, the tissue, the flesh, tie bones, an( the whole system are cleansed, purified and restored to perfect health, and the patient prepares anew for the duties and pleasures of life. WE CVRE NERVOUS DEBILITY IN NINETY DAYS O(ur Cure for Weak Men stops every drain of vigor, and builds up the muscular and nervous systems; purifies anu enriches the blond, cleanses and heals the bladder and kidneys; invigorates the liver, revives the spirits, brightens the intellect and, I.youd all, restores wasted power. REFLEX DISEASES Mlany ailments are reflex, originating from other diseases. For instance, vital weakness somectinmes coimes troui Varicocele or Stricture, innlunleratle blood and lone diseases often result from contagious blood taints in the system, or physical :nld mental decline frequently follows impotency. In treating diseases of any kind we always remove the origin-we cure the cause. CORRESPONDENCE ()nc personal visit is always preferred, but if you cannot call at our office write toi us your symptoms fully. Many cases can be cured at homlte. YELLEK MEDICAL INSTITUTE N- E. Correr W. Broadwy r.nd Mont.snr Sts.. Butte. Mont. •____.-.. . ... . ... . .. ... . ........ .... .. . . . . . . .. . . ._ ____.. ... . .. . ___ __ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Olli:e, Helena, Mon. eana, July It, 19oa. Notice is hereby given that George Grqun of Fish Trap, Montana, has filed putice of intention to make proof on his Desert-Land Claim No. 6991, for the north half of the northwest quarter of Section 4, Township i north, Range iJ west, before B. R. Stevenson, United States commis. sioner, at Fish trap, Montana, on the 1sth day of August, 1go2. Also, that William H. Calvert of Fish Trap, Montana, has filed notice of in tention to make proof on his Desert-Land Claim No. 5850 for Lots I and 2, southeast quarter of the northeast quarter, and the east half of the southeast quarter of Sec tion 5; southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, and northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 4, and the northeast quarter of the northeeast quar. t.r of Section 8, Township I north, Range 13 west. They name the following witnesses to pro re the complete irrigation and re. clamation of said lands:. GEORGE GROUN, WILLIAld H. CALVERT, JOHN ANDERSON, OLLIE (CHRISTIANSEN, MATT CHRISTIANSEN, of Fish Trap, Mont. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Regist,.. NOTICE FOR -PUDBLICATION. Deipartumcnt of the Intlrlor, Land Office at Helena, Mont., July Ia, igoa: Notice is hereby given that the follow ing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to mate nnal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before B. R. Stevenson, United States commissioner at Fish Trap, Mont., on August z5, 19o2, viz: Matt Christian. sen for F, E. No. 7656 for the southeast quarter of northwest quarter, northeast auarter of southwest quarter, lots a and ., Section yo, Township a north, Rans 13 west. liHe names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vizs George Groun, William H. Calvert, Renry Tatreau, William Forest of Fish Trap, Mont. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT, Butte, Montana, July as, 19o6,: Notice to ,the following stockholders of the North Pacific Gold Placer Mining company. That unless your assessments due and unpaid are not settled on or before August 26 the same will be sold to the highe.;t bidder on that day at to a. m., at the company's office, so West Broadway, Butte, Montana. Mrs. S. M. Driggs, assessment 85 to 97 and 272 to 285, 31,270 shares, S16o. E. M. Rising, assessment 137 to 149, 17,800 shares, $Sro. W. C. Brand, assessmen' a214, 1o,ooo shares, $80o. Ed D. Green, assessment o30 to o09, 46,000 shares, $24o. Henry St. Ange, assessment 300, 301o and 302, 6,ooo shares. $30. Jo La March, assessment 303 and 304, 6,ooo shares, $30o. By vote of the stockholders at a called meeting of the stockholders held at the company's office at 7:30 p. Im., Jly _4, 1902. Attest: J. CHAUVIN, Secretary. NOTICE OF SALE. In the District Court of the Second Ju dicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow: In the Matter of the Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased: Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an order of sale made and en tered by the above entitled District Court on the 31st day of March, A. D. z902, in the matter of the estate of Jeleimiah Roach, deceased, the undersigned, the ad nministratrix of the said estate, will sell at public auction, subject to confirmation by said court, the following described real property, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth (4) interest in and to the Nora lode claim, situated in Silver Bow County, Montana, and which is designated in the United States Land Office at Helena, Montana, as Lot No. Two Hundred and Eighteen (218), Township Three (3), north, Range Seven (7) west. Said sale will be made on Saturday, the 30th day of August, rgoa, at two (a) o'clock p. m. of said day, at the door of the Court House of the above entitled court on West Granite street, in said Silver Bow County, Montana. Terms of said sale are for cash, tezi per cent (to per cent) of the bid payable at the time of the sale, and balance upon. confirmation of said sale by the court. ALICE ROACH, .i AdmlhtaratrTrit . of Estati' of Jeremnt*e Roach, deceased. MINING APPLICATION ND. 4539. .nitpd States Land Office, Heletta, Montana, June o0. egos. Notice is hereby given that 'ohn Con. nell and Daniel J. Hennessy, whose post. office address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1,476 linear feet, being 35o feet east erly and 1,126 feet westerly front discov ery shaft of the Bryar Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was postd on the s6th day of June, 19po. situated, in Summit Valley, unorganizea, Mining District Sil ver Bow county, state of Morntana, desig urated as Survey No. 6593, in Township 3 north, of Kange 8 west, and being more particularly lescribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner, which is also Corner No. 4 of Survey No. 1234, and &t point 'a the west end line of Sur vey No. 1641, a granite, stone set in the g ound, with a mound of ea:th alongside, and marked 1-6593 for Cornet No. z, from which the corner of Sections r, a, is and 12, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south St degrees 23 minutes 'ast, 377 feet; and running ther.ce north to degrees ta minutes west, r8 feet; thence north 89 de grees 41 minutes west, 1,476 feet; thence south so degrees ts minutes cast, 1g9 feet; thence north 83 de,.rees 37 minutes east, 1,454 feet to the plr.e of beginning, con taning an area of 3.48 acres claimed by the above-named applicants. The location of this clain Is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, is Book "R," on Page a3z of Lode tocattonr. The adjoining claims to these premises ate Survey No. :96t, Tuuy lode, eot SoS, on the north; Survey No. 1642, Sooner lode, Lot 426, on the east; Survey No. 1234, Mill Side lod Lot 345 on the south, and Survey No. 5115, Minnie lode, oaUta west. FRAN . D. SIRA',.., ikegistor. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for ap;ieants. (First publication June as, loo2.) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. -4elena, Montana, April Is, 9gor. Reports in duplicate, marked Exhibits A and B, having been flied in this office on the 12th day of April, rgos, by the commissioners appointed for this land dis trict under an act of congress approved February 26, 1895, entitled "An act to provide for the examination and classi fication of certain mineral lands in the states of Montana and Idaho," as amend ed by the act of June 6, 1900, showing the classification of lands within the land grant limits (or the indemnity land grant limits) of the Northern Pacific Railroad company, nmade by said commissioners from March I, z9o1, to March 31, 9o01, both dates inclusive, as follows: By Com missioner Watson Boyle. Unsurveyed Lands Classified as Mineral. Description No. a. Beginning at the northwest cor ner of Section 5, Township a south, Range 6 west, and running thence west seven miles; thence south six milss; thence car, tine miles; thence north so chains; thence west so chains; thfence north so chains; thence west 6o chains; thence north one mile; thence west 4o chains; thence north 40 chains; thence west 40 chains; thence north one mile; thence west so chains; thence north one mile; thence east 2o chains; thence north to the place of beginning. This description in tended to cover Township I south, Range 7 west, and Sections 7 and 1o, west half and southeast quarter Section a9, Section 31, southwest quarter, and w'est half and southeast quarter of southeast quarter Sec tion 33, Township t south, Range 6 west, when surveyed. Notice is hereby given in compliance with the fifth section of said act that any person, corporation or coin pany feeling aggrieved by said classifica tion may, within 6do days after the date of the first publication hereof, file in this office a duly "verified protest agaitst the acceptance of said classification, which pro. test shall set forth in concise language the grounds of objection as to the particular (government subdivision of) land in said protest described," whereupon an order for a hearing shall issue. That portion of the report of the commissioners rcarked Ex hibit B, is on file in this office and open to the examinations of int'rested parties, Notice is further here given that by the termsof said act of February a6, 1895, "that as to the lands against the classification whereof no protest shall have been filed" * * * "the classification when approved by the secretary of the interior, shall be considered final, except in case of fraud," GEORGE D. GREENE, Register, NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administratrix of the estate of Richard Morrison, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claimsn against the said deceased, to exhibit them. with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix at the office of the Thompson Co., 15 \Vest Broadway, Butte, Mont., the samne being the place for the transaction of the busi 'ness of said estate, in the County of.Sil. ver Bow, State of Montana. CATHERINE MORRI[ON, 4dinlinitratrix of the Estate of Richard ,4 ordiwn, deceased., as...d St B itt a Mitl, hib' 4thI day td August, 9poa.