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IRELANDI'S ENEMIES
BEING DENOUNCED
'tWO MONSTER MEETINGS ARE HELD
IN BOSTON IN THE CAUSE OF
IRISH INDEPENDENCE.
PARLIAMENT MEMBERS
SPEAK TO MULTITUDE
Redmond, Dillon, Davitt and Blake Tell
of What Is Being Accomplished by
the League and the Nationalists
Confident of Success in This Country
Because They Come United.
[nl ASSOrlATEDI rRESS.]
Boston, Oct. o.-Ireland's foes were
denountcd by speakers at two monster
nmeetings in Symphony hall and the HIollis
street theater Saturday evening. The re
ceptions by the United Irish league to
John E. Redmondl, M. P., chairman of the
Irish parliantentary party; Michael Davitt,
John Dillon. M. ., and Ed,ward IBlake,
1. I'., who are envoys to the national con
vention in Faneuil hall today, took the
form of public meetings in Symphony hall.
Mlr. Redmond said that words could not
portray the imllpotance o,,f these meetings
and the convention to Ireland's cause. lie
said that all the power and wealth of the
English nati,,on is being used in a reckless
attempt to crush the spirit of freedom in
lreland.
"\We are near the endi, of thIe conltest,"
said .MIr. Reshlrondl. "The violIence of the
attacks of the BIritish governmlllent on the
Irish Land league porten.s this m,,. and
every assistance slhouIl he given to those
across the wat,r olho are lighting the
cause. if I relandl i ith such e agnilicint
couttlrage, slc f-..sacriite and gleneirosity."
Mr. RIinltiad then went onl to say that
the envoys acre. hIre. to seclure tie ge.(nr
Ills sulport of the manly millions of the
Irish race in this counltry. Ile said that
l\ver in thle histolry of tlhe Irish party was
it Is iunitdl ais it was today in the hou
of lil lniuns, :lni that if all the lehaders
were to be iiipris'i. d. nationalists of
every city,. to ll. ha:lllhet andl distrct wouldt
bprinig ilup and illI their places.
Sure of Success.
Mlr. {)ill,,n said he was conlidlent of uin
ct s i1 this countrys. , lecaullse tiley welre
the iidelegates of a united plople(t. le Ic as
othnlrlat of the isucess of the leaguet he
Iause ti. lague andiil Irish nationalists
lparty in the hu of Coion werll e ,the I
only pieople whor ae it itl t prtsillt timei
giving the Itrilish government any trui
tlhat e rland i tas distincti front England
iy the actions that the league had taken
iduring tIhe lineCr war, and that tihey would
conitinue the iitation until they gut what
lthey wainted.
John J. hliinnety, nationial lpresidtenti of
lithe Irih Icague, airousedl the enthusiasmi
of txhe audience1 in a splirited .speech toi.e
tlhich he idotilecd the actions of the Irish
A arliaentiary pacrty.
Michael )avitt was greeted by the iand
playinig "lThe \ltcaring of the (;relenl." Mr.
)dlavitt concuirred in all that theli other
Speakers had said.
Mr. Blake dtllllenounced the lblurldeln of tax
ation hich Inglanllid had lplaced upon Ire
iaind, referring especially to the heavy
taxes imposld on the Irish people to raise
funds for the carrying on of the South
African war, a cause, lie said, with which
tihe people of Ireland had no sympathy.
R,.solutions expressing cionfidence in Mr.
Redmond's policy and the actions of his
party, and denouncing England's policy of
coercion, were unanimously adopted.
Kemmerer Coal Sold by
CITIZENS' COAL, CO.
No. 4 East Broadway.
REGISTER TODAY.
MININ G APPLICATION N~?. 4567.
United States Land Ofl:oe,
Helena, Montana, September a3, 19oa.
Notice is hereby given that D. Gay
St.vers, whose nostoffice address Is Butte,
Montana, has this day filed his application
for a patent of 136.14 acres of the Lulu
Placer Mining Claim, upon which a notice
of intention to apply for a patent was
posted on the 18th day of September, 19oa,
situated in (unorganized) mining district,
Silver Bow county, state of Montana,
designated as Survey No. 6670, in Town
ships I and 2 south of Range 9 west, being
more particularly described as fo;.ows, to
wit:
Beg!nning at the southwest cornet,
which is also Corners No. I of Surveys No.
6328 and 6331, a pine post set in the
ground, with a mound of earth around it,
and marked 1-6670 for Corner No. I, from
which the north corner of Sections 4 and
5, Township 2 south, Range 9 west, bears
north 53 degrees 18 minutes cast, 732.3
feet, and running thence south 88 degrees
33 minutes east, 3:.22 feet; tIhe.ce north
no degrees 30 minutes west, 2035 feet;
thence north 82 degrees zs minutes west,
2134.5 feet; thence south to degrees 43
minutes west, 1033 feet; thence north 87
degrees 54 minutes west, 764 feet; thence
south 6 degrees west, u.sa feet to the
place of beginning, containing an area of
236.14 acres claimed by the above named
alpplicant, of which 1ag,6a acres are in
conflict with Survey Nos. 6328 6329 and
6330.
The location of this claim Is of record
in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow
county, state of Montana, in Book E of
placer locations on Page 162.
The adjoining claims to these premises
are Survey No, 6331, Maiden Rock placer
on the southwest, and Northern Pacific
land grant covering the east half of Sec
tion 33, Township a south, Range 9 west,
On the east.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
SAMUEL BARKER, JR,,
Attorney for Applicant.
(First publication, September at, s9go.)
S *Pg,, S
Mining News
MICHIGAN INVESTORS'
REPRESENTATIVE HERE
G. W. Rulison Is Investigating Mining
Properties in Montana and Is
Pleased With Prospects.
Michigan investors are being represent
ed by their special agent, G. W. l(ulison,
who is at present in Butte considering a
Situber of alining Iropusitions in which
his citents are interested. Mr. Rulison
has just returned froml the Vermnillion
P'lacer Mining company's workings in Mis
sonla county, where he reports every
thing r running in good shape.
'i ;e people of Hancock, Mich., which is
in the heart of the big copper belt of the
Wolverine state, have taken a great deal
of interest in the mineral wealth of Mon
tana Iwil it is for them that Mr. Rulison
is investigating a number of placer and
qcuartz Ipropositions. After carefully ex
amining the Vernillion property, Mr. RIuli
son % ill reconmnend its purchase, as lihe
coinilers it a promising prospect.
Mr. Rulison is an experienced mining
tan, having received his initiation in mip
eral dig.yitgs in the Michigan copper rail -
and the gold fields of Colorado. l)uring
his time lhe has been connected with
somtie of the largest producers on record.
lIe has also represented his people in the
Michigan legislature anil in that way has
hi en the ileans of securitng imlportantt
ii:neral legislation for the benefit of the
indlustry. Mr. Rulitsonit is favorably imn
plressed with Montana. This is his first
vi-it and lie says that he will come oftien
inl the future.
NEW DRAINAGE SYSTEM
IS BEING INSTALLED
All the Large Mines to Be Drained of
Their Water Through Shaft of the
High Ore in the Future.
The Anacondla complany on the hill in
J-East Ilutic is putting in a inew system of
drainage by which all the large mines, in
cludling the St. .awrenee, Never Sweat,
Iligh ()re, Green Mountain, I)ianlo d, hell,
.,odior and \Wake-Upl .liint are to ie drained
of thitir water through the shaft of the
Iliuh ()re, wiilch has reached a depth of
".,30 ftet.
Seven large lpumps are at witlk in the
Ilighi I)Ire--thite oin the io.u0, two iii the
I,0, il and two on the .,'iu level, and there
is a ' ft tp pl111 for the reception of the
water lfrin the other properties. The Igitg
(Ire han very little water excepting that
which hlows in friii oth r minies.
A crisscIt is now bcing driven frtom the
.r,i leve'l if the II ighi t(re to coinnect
with lthe lower workings of the St. I.aw
relnce, Anacionda anld Niever Sweat, and as
soonh ans completed tile water of these three
minies will flow into the putip of the Iliglh
() re andl forced to ithe iou Ievel by the large
pulmps in use there. At this point a water
tunnel carries oft from the pumps the ill
metlnese vollume of water which was fTiormerly
rai.sed to the surface.
FROM COOKE CITY MINES
Scotch Bonnet Property Showing Up in
Splendid Shape.
[.I'ee At. "1t IN I.1t SIII'NTAIN.]
Livingston, tlct. -0.-.ini Hlall, the well
known Co(oke City miner, was in the city
last week. lie reports that the cam1p is
looking better than it has for a numbter of
years, and all that is required now is a
railroad to make Cooke City one of the
best gold mining camps in the state.
lie says that the rich strike recently
made on the Scotch Bonnet property has
not beetn exaggerated, and that several as
says mlade froml tile ore takenl fromll the
new vein runl over $300 a ton. Mr. Haill
says that Cooke has experienced the most
remarkable weather this year that it has
had since he call remtclmber, and Ihe has
been there for nearly 2o years.
lie says there is no snow so far to inter
fere with the work or travel--a very un
usual condition for this season of the
year, particularly in such a high altitutd.
BINS AT TOLEDO MINE
ARE FILLED WITH ORE
By the Time They Are Partially Relieved
the Property Will Be Ready to Fur
nish Immense Output.
The Sheridan Chinook says the ore bins
at tile Toledo mine are complletely filled
with ore, and until the bins at tile smelter
are ready for its reception no stoping in
Fire in the Oil Field.
ivy ASSotI A'lEI EI 'ess.]
Leaumontt, Texas, Oct. -o.-Fire in tile
i, liteld this morning destroyed a half
dozen derricks and a settling tank.
'Ihe tank exploded, inflicting such it,
juries on a workman namned \Vebb that
nie died in a short time. The monetauy
Ios, was small.
Notire.
The state and county taxes for the year
t0o2 are now due and payable at the office
of the county treasurer. Taxes will be
delinquent after 6 o'clock p. tm., November
30, and unless paid prior thereto to per
cent will Ibe added to the amount thereof.
Special attention it; called to the fact that
under the law the treasurer has no alter
native but to add to per cent to all unpaid
taxes on the close of buoaiuess on the 30th
day of November.
Respectfully yours.
JAMES MAHiER,
Treasurer and Collector.
October 9, t902.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4563.
United States Laud Oflice, Helena, Mon
tana, September I8, rpo2.
Notice is herety given that Harry
Flower of Chicago, Illinois, and Rachel
Strasburger, whose postoffice address is
Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, have
this day filed an application for a patent
for ,o046.9 linear feet, the same being for
1zs.6 feet in northeasterly and 824.3 feet
the mine will be done. The men have
been taken out of the stopes, some of
them temporarily laid off and the rest put
to work on new development on the too
foot level and cleaning out the zoo, re
timbering, laying steel track, etc.
By the time the ore bins are partially
relieved of their present contents by trans
ferring the ore to the smelter, the mine
will be ready to furnish an immense out
put from the 2oo and zoo levels.
On the latter level a big shoof'of high.
grade galena ore has been opened up be
tween the drift and the footwall of the
vein and partially stoped. This stope ex
tends for a known distance of 15o feet
and is from one to six feet in thickness.
No work has been done on it by former
owners of the mine, they having by some
inexplicable reason overlooked it.
The new development on the ioo-foot
level consists of extending the drift and
crosscutting to the right and left about 75o
feet fromn the tunnel entrance. In the
right crosscut a body of good ore, about
five feet in width, has been encountered,
and one is also coming in the face of the
drift.
About .1o men are now employed in the
mine, and this force will be largely aug
mented as soon as operations in the stopes
are resunmcu. isleanwnlie tne Soo-toot
level is gradually being unwatered, but it
is a slow process, owing to the immense
size of the vein and the consequent large
territory which it drains. But very little
sloping has been done on either the zoo
or loo-foot levels, and they will bceome
immediate producers of ore as soon as the
company is ready to treat it.
BRANDON, MONT., IS THE
SCENE OF MUCH ACTIVITY
Work on the Mining Plants There.Being
Pushed to Rapid Completion-A
Large Force Engaged.
At Brandon. Mlont., the smelter and con
ccntrator presentl a scetine of activity, a
large force of mechanics and carpenters
being employetl in pushing the plants to
complletion. The framing of the smelter
building is practically over and the lighter
work will move much more quickly.
The ore and coke bins will have a ca
pacity of 400 tons. A two-compartment
tiew ce(ntulry jig and two ()verstrotm con
centrating tables have ben installed in the
concentrator anid all the old machinery
overhauled andt put in good contltion.
The pulleys ;Ire now being lined up, and
when this work is complelted the concen
trator will be practically ready for opera
tion. A dust tlue is also being hIilt at the
smtltecr anI the new flume has been comn
Ipltcly enclo.sed.
The continued close down of the
'nited Verde has lessened the production
of copper nearly .o000,000 pounds per
The copper market remains dull, but
with no ulnniatural surplus stock on hland.
Prices for Lake copper in New York have
recently ruled betweeni in y and i t cents.
McCl'ire & Co., who are working an old
mine on Murphy gulch, ti miles east of
Iehlena, have fouind a Iody of galena, two
feet wide, which assayed $8o in gold.
The little Nell is shipping ore and a
numbller of meneI are doing assessment and
development work, anticipating a sub
stanitial revival of running interests in the
catmp.
The Ilelenti & L.ivigston company has
Ionded what is know n as the Muellers
mine., situated one-half nile west of Cor
bin, the purchase price being $16,ooo. A
force of meni has been put to work taking
out ore.
The Cory brothers, who are developing
a copper property on Beaver creek, across
the Missouri river, are hauling ore for
shipment. 'Three shifts of men are kept
constantly employed developing as rap
idly as possible.
Progress is being made in the con
struction of the Elliston & Southern rail
road, and the bIuilers hope to be able to
reach the summit of the Rocky mountains
this fall. This will be a great advantage
to the mine owners in the district, who
are preplaring to make extensive ore ship
tInetits.
:t southwesterly direction from the point
of discovery on the "Bu ag Your Eye" Lode
Mining Claim, situated in no organized
mining district, Deer Lodge county, Mon
ta.:a, the position, course and extent of
the said mining claim, designated by an
cfficial survey thereof, as Survey No. 616d3,
Township No. 5 north, range No. ais
west, a notice of which was posted on the
claim on the 3rd day of September, g9or,
at,d being more particularly set forth and
described in the official field notes and
plat thereof on file in this office, as fol.
lows, to wit:
Beginning at the southern corner where
is .et a pine post 6 inches square wit
nessed by bearing trees and marked I
6103 for corner No. z, from which the
corner to Sections 5s, a3, a6 and 27,
Township 5 north, range la west, bears
south 58 degress 42 minutes east, 1,743
feet distant, and running thence, north 49
degrees 17 minutes east, 1,044 feet to
Corner No. a; thence, north 4o degrees 43
minutes west, 5So feet to Corner No 3;
thence, south 44 degrees 57 minutes west,
1,046.9 feet to Corner No. 4; thence south
4o degrees 43 minutes e.it, 471 fet to
Corner No. I, the place of beginning, con
taining an area of 2.z23 acres, claimed by
the above named applicants, of whi.:h a,I
o.rea of o.o. acres is Ia conflict wilt the
Gold Crown Lode Survey No. 5743.
The location of this mine is recorded in
the office of the Recorder of Deer Lodge
county on Page 40 in Book of Lode forms.
The only known adjoining claim to these
premises is the Gold Crown Lode Survey
No. 5743, claimed by D. Giles Brownell
which conflicts with this survey upon the
south.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
(First eublicatlon Scot. i0g,e1ot.,
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4577.
U. S. Land Office,
Illcna, Montani. October 8, 190o.
Notice is hereby given that Joseph H.
MEN OUR PRACTISE IS
THE LARGBST
S BBEAUSB WB
INVARIABLY PULL
PILL OUR PROMISES
A Why Our
Cures Are Permanent
Our practice presents a peculiar feature
that we believe is not found in any other
physician's practice. The peculiarity is
this: A case thta we could not cure per
manently would show no improvement
whatever under our treatment. Odd as
this: A case that we could not cure per
logical reason for it. We never treat
symptoms. Symptoms may easily be caus
ed to vanish and much improvement will
be apparent, but it is the condition back
Sonsultation Pr* of the symptoms that must be remedied
Do not delay consulting us. In before there can be a cure. Having gained
mlany minor cases we are ,ble to offer a full understanding of men's diseases and
advice which, if followed, will prove ascertained the cause of every symptom
sufficient. We aim to be helpful to that is ever presented our treatment is al
every man, no matter whether we treat ways so directed as to correct these causes
his case or not, and any aid in the way and do nothing else. Therefore, were we
of suggestions that we can render is to make an error in diagnosis and mistake
always freely and cheerfully given. the cause, no results whatever would be
'Those who cannot call are at liberty to shown. Having cured so many hundreds
write, describing their symptoms or of cases of the same diseases we have no
anking questions. To all who request excuse for making errors, and are able to
it, we will mail, sealed and under plain treat with absolute accuracy in every in
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tate gland. This condition exists as a result of early dissipation or some inm
rloperly treated contracted disorder, and requies carefully directed local meas
tires only.. By our original methods the prostate gla.4' is quickly restored to its
inormal state, which results in full and complete return of strength and vigor. Our
cures are permanent because the condition responsible for the functional disor
der is entirely removed, and we are convinced that by no other treatment than our
own carefully directed local measure, is a radical cure of this ailment possible.
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'Ihis disease yields completely to our mild and painless method, and results ate
f;r hetttr than were ever attained by the harsh and danigerous practice of cut
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atunt from his business.
\Vs AISO TREAT AND CURE CONTRACTED DISORDERS, HYDRO
(E I.E, SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON, ETC.
Yellek Medical Institute
N. E. eorner of W. Broadway and Montana Sts., Butte, Montana
Harper, whose postoflice address is Butte,
Silver Bow county, Montana, has this day
filed an application for a patent on the
Columbia Placer Mining Claim, situated
in (unorgarized) Mining District, Silver
Bow county. Montana, the position, course,
and extent, of the said mining claim,
designated i s an official survey thereof, as
Survey No. 6,348, Township No. 3 north,
Range No. 7 west, a notice of which was
posted on the claim on the and day of
October, 19oa, and being more particularly
set forth and described in the official field
notes and plat thereof on file in this office,
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the southwest location
corner, a granite stone, 5xsoxao inches, 16
inches deep, marked 1-6348 for Corner No.
t, from whence the northeast corner of
Section 4, Township 2 north, Range 7
west, bears south 38 degrees, 58 minutes
west, z,io8.5 feet, and running thence
north a1 degrees 45 minutes west, 5895
feet to Corner No. 2; thence north 40 de
grees i8 minutes east, 45 feet, to Corner
No. 3; thence south 33 degrees 22 minutes
east, 13t feet to Corner No. 4; thence
north 73 degrees to minutes east, iSoo
feet to Corner No. 5; thence south 4 de
gr(es 3 minutes east, 517.5 feet to Corner
No. 6; thence north 81 degrees 40 minutes
west, 259.5 feet to Corner No. 7; thence
son(h 69 degrees 2 minutes west, l,og6.5
feet to Corner No. t, the place of begin
nilg, containing an area of 14.69 acres,
claihmed by the above named applicant for
patent,
The location of this mine is recorded in
the office of the Recorder of Silver Bow
county, on Pag' 6o, in Book "E," of
Placers.
:ounded on the southeast by Survey No.
5os ,, the Tinker lode, O'Dillon B. Whit
ford applicant; on the north, the Constitu
tion lode (unsurveyed), Ida Leslie, appli
cant. FRANK D. MIRACLE.
Register.
J'US. H. HARPER,
U. S. Claim Agent.
(First publication, October 9, 190o.)
MINING APPLltATION NO. 4557.
Helena, Montana, Sept. is, igoa.
Notice it hereby given that Lulu F.
Largey, whose postoffice address is Butte,
Montana, has this day filed her application
for a patent for 1,5oo linear feet, being
,a208 feet westerly and 9ag feet easterly
from discovery shaft of the Orleans Lode
Mining claim, upon which a notice of
intention to apply for a patent was posted
on the 25th day of August, g9oa, situated
in Summit valley (unorganized) Mining
district, Silver Bow county, state of Mon
tanm, designated as Survey No. 6644, in
Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being
more particularly described as follows, to
wit: Beginning at the northwest corner,
which is also Corner No. I of Survey No.
4572, and a point in the tenth Course of
Survey No. 3338, a granite stone set in the
ground, with a mound of earth and stone
alongside, and marked 1-6644, for Corner
No. r, from which the quarter section
corner on the north boundary of Section 8,
Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears
south 36 degrees a6 minutes 31 seconds
west, 3,293.4 feet; and running thence
south a2 degrees o8 minutes cast, 450.5
fec:; thence south 3a degrees 15 minutes
east, 183.5 feet; thence north 83 degrees 06
minutes east, 1-466.5 feet; thence north as
degrees 08 minutes west, 6aa feet; thence
south 83 degrees 16 minutes west, 1,5oo
feet to the place of beginning, containing
an area of ao.5s acres claimed by the
above named applicant.
The location of this claim is of record
in the Recorder's office of. Silver Bow
county, tate of Montana, in Book "W,"
of Lode Locations on Page 149.
The adjoining claims to these premises
are Survey No. 4,572, Black Eagle Lode
on the north and Survey No, 3,33d, Poplar
Grove Placer on the west.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
SAMUEL BARKER, JR.,
Attorney for Applicant.
(First Publication Sept. ra, sgos.)
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4578.
U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana, Oc
tuber so, a1oa.
Notice is hereby given, that Ida Leslie,
whose postoffice address is Butte, Silver
Bow county, Mont., has this day filed
an application ofr a patent for x5oo linear
feet, the same being for 1409 feet in an
easterly and 91 feet in a westerly direc
tion from the point of discovery on the
Constitution Lode Mining Claim, situated
in (unorganized) mining district, Silver
Bow County, Montara, the position,
course, and extent, of the said mining
claim, designated by an official survey
thereof, as Survey Number 6349 Frac
tional Township Number 3 north, Range
Number 7 west, r notice of which was
posted on the claim on the and day of
October, t9oa, and being more particularly
set forth and described in the official
field notes and plat thereof on file in this
office, as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the southwest location
corner, a granite stone, 6xtoxaa inches,
z6 inches deep, marked 1-6349 from
whence the northeast corner to Section
4, Township 2 north, range 7 west, bears
south a28 degrees and 40 minutes west,
2365.5 feet, and running thence north 73
degrees to minutes east, 15oo feet to Cor
ner Number a; thence north 33 degrees
and a3 minutes west, 625 feet to Corner
Number 3; thence south 73 degrees and
To minutes west, 15oo feet to Corner Num
ber 4; thence south 33 degrees and as
minutes east 625 feet to Corner Number
I, and place of beginning, containing an
area of o20.63 acres, claimed by the above
named applicant for patent.
The location of this mine is recorded
in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow
county, on page 460 in book N of Lodes.
Bounded on the south by Survey Num
bher 6348, the Columbia Placer, Joseph
H. Harper, applicant.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
JOS. H. HARPER,
U. S. Claim Agent.
(First publication 'October i , 9go,.)
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4554.
Helena, Mont., August 2o. '90n.
Notice is hereby given that Robert Mc
Bride and Jennie Adams, whose postoffiee
address is Butte, Montana, have this day
filed their application for a patent for
1355.3 linear feet, being 85 feet south
westerly and 1170.3 feet northeasternly
from discovery shaft of the Six Thirty
Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice
of intention to apply for a patent was
posted on the 25th day of August, 1902,
situated in Summit Valley (unorganized)
Mining district, Silver Bow county, state
of Montana, designated as Survey No.
6653, in Township 3 north of Range y
west, being more particularly described as
follows, to-wit
Beginning at the southwest corner, a
point In the north side line of Survey No.
18ar, a granite stone set in the ground,
with a mound of earth and stone along
side, and marked t-6653, for Corner No. s,
from which the northeast corner of Sec
tion 17, Township 3 north, Range 7 west,
bears south a. degrees, o08 minutes and 40
seconds wert 4764.5 feet, and running
thence south 84 degrees II minutes east
a46 feet; thence north 70 degrees 3o rain.
utes east 7.33 feet; thence north 61 de
grees SS minutes east a80 feet; thence
north 18 degrees as minutes west ,89
feet; thence south 70 degrees sa min,ttes
west 1334 feet; thence south is degrees
2a minutes east 325 feet to the place of
heainning, containing an area of s1.79
acres, of which 5.ao acres are in confliet
with Surveys No. 2834, 2835, 3043 and
4857, not claimed, leaving 6.59 acres
claimed hy the above-named applicants.
The location of this claim is of record
in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow
county, state of Montana, In Book "P" of
Lode Locations, on Page 32.
The adjoining claims to these premises
are Swrvey No. 2834, Cook Lode, and Sur
vey No. 2835, Fredericksburg Lode, on
the north; Survey No. 3043, Black Chief
Lode, on the southeast, Survey No, 485,
Keokuk Lode, on the south; Survoe Itn
618:, Morning Star Lode, on the south.
west, and Survey No. 4946, East Golden
Chief No, a Loda, on the west.
FRI. N~. D. MIRACLE,
Register.
Samuel Barcar, Jr., Attorney for Appll.
cents.
[First publication, August 30, spgo.);
Wedding Ring
14 and 18 Kaat. Sold by
4 Karat $,.25 Per Peanywelh
18 Karat $ 50 Per Pennywght
RUBENSTEIN & CO., 73 East Park.
DR. T. G. HEINE
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases
of men and women.
Ofce 104 and sos Pennsylvania
block, W. Park street. Offiee tel., 89pA.
Residence 616 S. Montana street.
'Phone 7aIM.
DR. RU IE POCeK
thirteenth doctor of China isom grand.
father down. Born and schooled to
the profession. Treats all diseases,
making a specialty of hbronic troubles,
onsult me. 2 Seouth Mamla St.
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C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pre.,
Fayette Harrigton, Cashier.
Silver Bow National Bank
CAPITAL, $100,000.00
This bank solicits accounts, offers
prompt and careful attention to business of
customers. Collections promptly attended
to and remitted for on day of collections.
Sell foreign and domestic exchange, trans.
act a general banking business, pay interest
on time deposits.
Directors-Charl's R. Leonard, F. Aug.
Heinse, S. Marchesseau, A. Balmiorth, R.
A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds,
John MacGinnis, Fayette Harrington.
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0 bullion and local securities. 0
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0 G. W. Stapleton....Vice President o
T. M. Hodgens...........Cashier
0 J. O. Hodgens... .Assistant Cashier 0
R. B. Nuckolls.... Assistant Cashicr o
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0 jurisdiction.. Interest paid on de- o
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Directors: J. A. Creighton, 0
0 Omaha; G. W. Stapleton, A. H. O
0 Barret, E D. Levitt, S. V. Kemper, 0
ST. M. Hodgens, 3. O. Hodaens.
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