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,.IiNTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPAlRTMENT
RE PUBLICAN TICKET IN BEER
LODGIE COUNTY.
For members of tIe legislature
H. H. NELL,
M. J. FITZPATICK,
GUS B. ENGLISH,
WILLIAM M'EACHRAN,
WILLIAM R. ALLEN,
ANGUS D. SMI'I H.
lheriff
ALEX W. BURNETT.
Clerk and Recorder
IRA C. GNOSE.
County Attorney-
IIIRAM W. RODGERS.
Treasurer
CHARLES A TUTTLE.
Assessor
GEORGE W. PETERSON.
Coroner
DAVID REESE
Surveyor-
H. S. LORD.
County Superintendent
MISS IDA MARCIIIOY
Public Administrator
J. S. WISNER.
Justices
A. SHORT,
M. B. HENDRICK9S
Constables
F. S. 1BAU:..
J. R. BENNEfT.
M. J. KILCOYNE IS
PNEUMONIA VICTIM
POPULAR STREET CAR MAN SUC
CUMBS AFTER AN ILLNESS OF
TWO DAYS-WIDOW LEFT.
[siPI"lIAl. IO INTERr Mot 'NIAIN.
Anaconda, Nov. 3.-Michael J.. Kil
coyne of 80o East Third street died this
morning after an illness oi only two days
with pneumonia.
Mr. Kilcoync leaves a widow and two
children. l-e was a street car man and
had been in the employ of the street car
Company in this city for a number ot
years past. IIe has always been extremely
popular in this city, and his sudden demise
is deplored by hundreds of friends.
In years gone by Mr. Kilcoyne was a
great athlete, being especially at home on
the baseball field. lie was an expert elec
trician.
The funeral ,'rrangementc s have not yet
been made.
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
COUNTY TREASURER HAS
TURNED IN HIS ESTIMATE
Report for the Month of October Shows
a Balance on Hand of $34,101.29
-What the Figures Are.
[sPI:C.IAL. '1O ITER IUIO'NTAI N.
Anaconda, Nov. 3.-The county treas
urer this morning completed his financial
report for the month of October and
turned it over to the county clerk and re
corder. It shows a balance of cash on
hand October 31, of $34,1to.29. The
state's portion of the receipts for the
month of October amount to $1,278.os.
A summary of the report is as follows:
Balance on hand October 1, 19o2:
Cash ................... ..$44,669 15
Received from taxes ......... 9,769 76
Received fromn licenses ...... 1,196 00
-Received front county officers'
fees ...................... 121 95
Received from other sources.. 4,121 40
Total ..................$15,209 oo
Balance on hanl October 31r, 1902:
Cash ............... .... $34,1or 29
-Received and charged during
month .................. . 15,209 mI
Paid out and credited during
month ................... 25,776 97
Disbursements as per warrants
attached ................. 25,776 97
Total ...................$59,878 26
Transferred from general fund
to bond fund ..............$10o,oo oo
Lookout for Campaign Lies and Cam
paign Liars.
LEVY'S
Peerless Electric Theater
BLUE BEARD
\'ith change of other moving pictures
Little Boats Should Keep
Close to the Shore
Will be illustrated and sung by Mrs. Levy,
the lyric soprano, will also give her fa
maous Electrical Serpentine Dances, and
include the
Great Chinese Impersonator
And Musical Novelty
A scientific and refined entertainment for
ladies and gentlemen. Lots of fun; all
this for only i5c, and ioc for children. 7
to i0 p. ilm.
316 East Park Avenue
Anaconda
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DAVID REESE IS ONE
OF THE MEN TO WIN
DAVID REESE,
Republican Candidate for Coco ner of Deer Lodge County.
[SPEI:Atl. ITO NJ ax M(nI'NrI'\N.I
Anaconda, Nov. 3.---.Amon the young
mnen of Deer L.odge county whose support
and influence will assist in carrying the
republican banner to victory tomorrow is
David iReese, the nominee for coroner.
Quiet and unassunmint in manner, "Dave"
Reese, as he is known, is a tman of integ
rity and determination.
lie is one of the few Anacondans w\ho
have been bred in D)ecr Lodge valley and
whose continuous residence is the best
testimony to their character. Mr. Reese
. . . . .. .... . . . ... . .. . . .. . . . . . . --. . .. .
ARE CONFIDENT.O F A VICTORY
On Last Day Before Election, Republicans of
Deer Lodge County Think They Will Get
Everything in Sight Tomorrow.
[SIe" IAL. ito INITER MOUNTI.\N.]
Anaconda, Nov. 3.-On this, the last day
before election, the republicans of Deer
lodge county are more confident than ever
that they have a winning ticket from top
to bottom. They will close the campaign
tonight with a gigantic rally at Turner
hall. The lion. Lee Mantle will address
the voters of Anaconda on the issues of the
campaign and he will be accompanied by
other men of equal prominence in the re
publican party.
The immense parade will form at 7:30
o'clock, and will no doubt get started
EVANS TRIAL TO BE MONDAY
Judge Napton Sets Court Calendar for
the Post-Election Term.
[SISErIA. TO INTElR MIOV'NTAIN.]
Anaconda, Nov. 3.-Judge Welling Nap
Ion1 this morning began the work of set
ting the court calendar of cases to be
tried during the November term.
The Evans murder trial, the most ilm
portant criminal case to be tried this term,
will be called next Monday. There are
several water right cases of great im
portance which will come up this term
also.
Somec of these involve titles to water
rights extending over a great deal of ter
ritory.
COUNTY CHARGE IS NO MORE
Edmund Willets Dies in St. Ann's Hcs
pital of Typhoid Fever.
[sel'IA.L ro Tiai N Ia ltOIrNTAI N.
Anacoll(la, Nov. 3.-- I.duitlt \\'illets,
a county charge, died last night at St.
Ann's hoslpital after an illness of three
weeks from typhoid fever.
lie had been working do in the valley
prior to his admittance i the h(ospital. At
the hospital nothing is ktownt of the man's
anttec'denlts, Inor where he came fromn be
fore hl wient to work inl the valicy.
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
ABOUT READY TO START UP
Stamp Mill in Danielsville Will Soon Be
in Operation.
Aniaconda, Nov'. 3.---\Word comes to this
city from the new miningi camp of l)an
iclsville that thel staItpi mill now in cllrse
of erection at that ,latce will bIe ready for
work and will start upll about the 1t sth of
the present month. This will be of great
advanltage to lhe little camp, as it will
mean that thel activity there \till .ontintue
during the entire winter.
There is at the present time a consilcr
able quantity of ore on the different dumps
and ready for milling. (tnce the mill starts
the production of ore will increase and
etiploiyment will be furnished for more
Itten.
GLASS WIPERS FREE
o spectacle wearers. At the sa:.ae time a
good chance to get a perfect cxamination
by one of the up-to-date twentieth century
electric op..thalmometers. No difference
how dark it is you get a "uarat.teed set of
glasses at L. F. Verberckmoes, optician and
Jeweler, No. 0o7 East Perk, Durston block
has never been known as a politician or
an oflice seeker, but his popularity, which
is the result of his many good qualities,
led the republicans of the county to honor
him with a place on the ticket.
Regardless of party lines Mr. Reese has
nume:ous friends among the old-timers in
)Decr I.odge county. tie will receive the
support of a majority of the voters, who
believe that to know a man from boyhood
and to know that during all that period
lie has won their confidence and esteem
is the mtost effective argument in favor
of giving him a public trust.
about 30 minutes later. It will be thc best
ever. Hlundreds of dollars' worth of fire
works will bet set off, several hundred
flambeau bearers will be in line, and all of
the local bands will be out to make the
demonstration the biggest ever seen in this
city.
In addition the county central commit
tee has procured a nuimber of large tinl
horns, which make an awful noise. The
scenic effects will be produced by a mnant
moth bonfire and pounds and pounds of red
fire, the latter being carried in a wagon,
during the entire course of the parade.
Anaconda Briefs
A. 1). T. messengers-- prompt, reliable.
F. . ''hompson of Iutte was an Ana
conda visitor yesterday.
Miss Nellie l)olers of I)illon is reg
istered at the Montana.
The "Belle of New York" companly ar
rived itn the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of I)aniels
ville came in fromt that place Saturday and
spelnt Sunday in this city.
William Ilynes was arrested last night
by Special ()fllicer 'Irudell for begging
along I'ark avenue, lie will appear in the
police court this afternoon.
Nellie Nelff was arrested last night for
conduct on the street which seemed a little
out of the ordinary. She will face Police
Julge Ilayes this afternoon.
At the Montana.
11. S. I)Dudley, Minneapolis; 1.. J.
Schmitt, lutte; A. R. Cooplmaln, M1. 1).
lBarry, city; C. II. Nolan, I lelena ; )r.
Norcross, J. I. Wilner, Butte; F. R.
Zucifel, Max BIloom, J. Darling, Violet
Ietter, Miss Redlodge, Percy I.. MclDer
mott, 11. J. Siegfrietnd and wife, Jaseph
Natus, Ned Nye, Harry Truax, ()ella
Roca, R. Kuserhiig, New York; Miss
Nellie I olers, I)illon; I. I. T'hompson,
Ilutte.
WILL NOT STAND FOR ORGAN
Baptist Leader Leaves Church Because
the Congregation Want It.
lI ' A o.ln Ai I i .i '1(1 . ]
I.exilngton, Ky., Nov. 3.--As the result
of al decisioni of the elders of the Btroad
way I)isciples church to submit to a vote
of tihe congregation the subject of install
ing an organ, Rev. J. W. McGarvey, presi.
dentt of the .('illege of the Bible, founder
of the church in 1870, and its first pastor,
yesterday asked for letters for himself and
wife that they might transfer their mnem
bership. hls attitude has prevented the
introduction of all organ for many years,
but the sentimlent in its favor became so
great that the vote was overwhelming. ,
T'he congregation numbllers over I,zoo,
and its action is regarded as a victory for
the progressive element.
Only a Brakeman.
Schnectady, N. Y., Nov. 3.-A freight
trakeman was killed and a freight con
ductor slightly injured in a. rear-end colli
sion between two freight trains five miles
west of this city on the New York Central
last night.
Winter Eczema
IR o,,e of the
OR TETTER many varieties
of that tor
tmenrting disease called Ectzema. It slum
hetrs through the summer and breaks
out in winter. The head, feet and hands
are the parts most often attacked, though
it sometimes appears on other parts of the
body, the skin hardens, cracks open and
bleeds, while the itching and hurning is
at times almost unhearable. Scratching
only makes it worse, sores and scabs
forming where the skin is broken.
In this form of Elczema brownish white
crusts aottnetimles
formwhichscaleof SKIN CRACKS
in fine particles,
leavingtheskinraw AND BLEEDS
and inflamed. It is
especially painful anil severe when con
fined to the hands, which often become so
badly affected that the suTferer is unable
to perform the lightt':t work This, tike
all other types of l' thait,, i.A due to ncid
poisons in the blood anti not to local
causes. The trouble is more than skin
deep, and washes, soaps, powders and
salves nor anything else applied to the
surface can possibly do more than soothe
the burning and itching or relieve tempo
rarily the inflammation and pain.
It is the acids thrown off by the blood
and which are forcing their way through
the pores that cause the skint to harden,
crack and bleed, and produce the irrita
tion and so reCnets.
these acid poi;sons
andl cleanses the blood
of all irritating stub
sttances sind humors
and does it promptly and effTectually.
S. S. S. purifies anil invigorates the thin
acid blood, and 1builds iup the entire sys
telm; then the unsightly eruption and sores
heal, the skin becomes smooth and soft,
and all signs of the Eczema disappear.
Our special book on Skin Iiseases free.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
JENNIE MADISON FOUND
DEAD IN REAR OF SALOON
White Woman Who Was Married to a
Negro Passes Away in a Manter
Which Leads to Investigation.
Isi' , 111. in I 't1 1 fla M O 1 .11,.1
Anlaconlda, Nov. 3. ti Mrs. Jennie \Iuli.
son was foutd dead at ito:o o'clock tlti.
morning in the yrd iL the tirear of the
1Washoe saloon by liob Jones, the,' ctlored
porter of the estahlishmnent.
M rs. M adis,,n resided in Cabin NO,,.
on Chestnut street with ier imother. lMrs.
Mary 'hompson. Her mother stated that
the Madison wom:tnt left honw last night
at 8:-o o'clock andl that sthe hadl not seci
her since that tiie until she viewed theI
body in tihe undertaker's rooms.
Mrs. Madison was a white wmiiala , tit
was married to a colored iman, Ittiit
Madison, a porter abutt town. 'll hey ha I
not livedl tongether for six imnthi .
The woiulllt's whercaboutts after leavill;,
inone' last niight are not k t\wnri. IIH
mother said shet left homiLe in ai good hIne
nor iand stated that she was going to see
her husband.
Ilow site camne to he in the ilace where
she was foiund has still to be ascertaine I
by the coroner, who has the remainais in
clarge'.
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
AMUSEMENTS.
Anaconda, Nov. 3.--'lhe company in
"The IBelle of New York" is a large one
and is headed by Mr. Ned Nye, an ex
ceptionally clever Londoin comedian, as
Ichabod Bronson. Miss iloye Rcdledge
is the pretty and demure Salvation Army
lassie who protests that when she eshrtis
her auditors to "Follow on the light of
faith they shall see," that "They never
proceed to follow that light,but always fol
low ime." Mr. Harry A. T'ruax is the
younger Bronson and his fine baritone
voice is heard to good advantage. Joe
Natus is IBlinky Bill, Miss Marie Della
Rosa is the petite Fifi, James l)arling con
tinues in his famous role of Kennuth
Mugg. Miss Charlotte Mart is the comic
opera queen. Miss Toby Craig is the pert
:Mamsic Clancy, and Max Bloom is the
polite lunatic. At the Margaret tonight.
If "The Penitent," lHall C'aine's com
panion-piece to "The Christian," which
comes to the Margaret tomorrow night
was not a play of the highest merit, the
Boston Journal of ()ctober t would not
have said : "Very few of the new pro
ductions of this season have gained s'uchl
aplpreciation from the theater-going pub
lic as has been given to \V. F. Nanke
ville's presentation of ''l he l'enitent,'
which will close its long run at the l'ark
theater this week. 'IThis play is taken
from hlall Caine's famed book of th:at
I;mne, and while on an entirely dilferelat
theme than 'The Christian,' yet it pre
serves all the hall-marks of that gited
author."
James A. Ilerne's famous comedy
drama, "Shore Acres," with its semi-rural,
semi-marine setting, is to have a fine pro
duction at the Margaret Wc'dnesday night.
"I here is sonlething in this play, it' touich
of home life, its back gronud of adventure
and excitement, ever shifting and ever
(hanging that makes a stronIg appeal to the
lover of the highest form of stage art.
COLORED PRIVATES
ENGAGE IN A DUEL
AS A RESULT ONE LIES FATALLY
WOUNDED IN THE ARMY HOS
PITAL IN MISSOULA.
S PI'li St. TO INTlI'R lI tlI NIAIN.
Misvsoula, Nov. 3.---- rank Scott was shot
in tile abdomen early this morning by John
Tyler, and is supposed to be mortally
wounded. Botht men are colored privates
if the Twenty- fourth infantry stationed at
Fort Missoula,
'they were in town during the night
drinking, and about 4 o'clock got into a
controversy in front of the lHeadquarters
saloon, in West Front street. They came
to blows and Tyler, getting the worst of
the encounter, drew a gun and shot Scott.
Tyler was placed under arrest and
Scott removed to the hospital at the fort.
Attending physicians give but slight hope
for his recovery.
Reichstag Leader Dead.
Env ASOlcIATI.IT rFieRs.1
lerlin, Nov. 3.-Heinrich Rickert, the
Fressininge leader in the reichstag, died
today.
MINING APPIICATION NO. 4605.
United Staters Land (llice, IIelena, MAin
tuiita. October a3, I 1(2.
Notice is herchy given that Harriet
Armstrong, whose poatollice address itI
IButte, Silver Ilow counlty, hnllanina, hI.l
thii, day tiled an application for a patent
on the liattie Armsatrontg liar I'lacer Miii
ing Claimn situated iin unorganiitedI iilling
district, Silver low counity, Montnna, the
position, iouirse, and extent, of the said
miining claimi, designated by :ci oflicial istr
vey thereof, a14 Ss tes No,. ,,st, 'l'own':hip
No. 2 itlih, l.ant. e N,. 8 ,e't, i notice of
vvhich ias posted Ii, tilhe claim fi the A:d
dally oif (itlbh ir, 4ioo. n11d h ing moilre palr
ticularly set i.oth amn desertlied in the
ollicial tiehl Moth's and plat ihelcalf oln file
in this oiflice, as tolllws, to v it .
lhegilninii it the norlhe-t c,-in'r, a
granite stille 61 iX inehr 1 I ilicheis
d eep , in 8 k ed i i fo ,; i filr C t*, ,I n ,r N o I ,.
front whiiih the qlu tter set I i it r ri.r r ism
tfte tultu lit.hindlirv of Selti, ii .., f actional;
Township 2 wiith. ii i I;e : 5 r, hIeart,
north .I d'.lcE rs :- in, l te, . miu , .1 , feet,
aniu rntlililng thence svoilh ito i .grces 54
min tils astI , Iith i fer tto Co'lll.er No. t ;
the'nce ri'll 64 d te; , rie.' 8 mlil iltlt east, 5.I I
feet Ito 'L1,1ii t Nol ..; ItltI c t.111 th, I II d -
grert 2) Itiitttll s e.st, usi -l.t I 'o t'ior
ier Nol . ; ti lence oiic th u ,i l dl'ltr'.r. . 4 13lc
aiittl j I twe"i i, Ill feli l t (II ill 1 unit' . 1,
the pli n le of heginll in , i C illnl.litlnin .111 :tiini l
of t8.0,, acres 'Lliim rIe by Ihe lhots( n.imi Id
iplll iC tll ll fo , I pa tli .
T ile hoc li smin ,I lhil, In hin e i4 1wr t'l led in
the IiII, of tihe ir " ide11 iI Sli i' Ilow
nI ty1)'. Ill p ;g e .*1 ) ll lli , . t II iol .r .
The snlly adljoI ing ci 0ail i the Ii l til
t ih e s m l l h , i 't ie , rSu , i , c l . , ,A u t.
unst Ni, N.~l'i ph'rr. 1)ntuN NH tN.
l1 i ,.\S:I'. I) ,M IIt \( ' I ,
X1)5O . II. II \ 1'1 r.
l'U itied ,llte' (Claim A,,"iil.
(Fi iti t piilicuti io it)i. .,5, I,)i i . i
! IlN IN G, .\ l'l'l I ' ,\ I I1 \ N i l, .1, 18 .
I'. S. L.11d (14 1 )tll'h
1h ii:1 . , ,oullllili , ( t4 . :oI 0 IT .
N tiie is here hy given thai t .ohn K ,n,',
the h eli ,, o f \ Villhui n IlolI i1, d recs sed , a:1 1 I
O h . hl i r 4 h . If .1, 1 1u , I ('T l t' , h 're,' 4 'e 1 I, w h o 1 e
postoahhei, midhress i- Illttle, Aluliana, have
this daiy ilhed theii ipplh'iiiiin fi a ilatent
tir I, . i lineai r f il.I, (uliing b'i . i .t wiu t
erly and 8.)11,5 freet istulvl Irii iin d .,ov'y
s h a ll o f t h e A.M o io iligth t I I ,' h \ l i ,n i el,tim ,
uiponl wiliiti a notice of inl iutt ln to apply
for a patii tl wai s posted ll ' ll .,Hitlh dliy iI
Oclohler. ii,, , ituuhi hi n Suii Valley
( iliui t 'o liied m in ing d .4tl lit I, t ilv l 11 ,,w
c o u n ty . sta te l , f M lon tal ita , d , 'ig inluet l Is
Siirviey .5ii. ni5 l, i Tll hl wi ii l I , i1itilh of
Ii gIe'i 7 w .'t. Iilrni; liit, pt tieil.lily
dow4 iil.'d :Is followh ., I, w% t ih.Kililninli at
tlihe s.oithwi ist uicill., ;i g;ranii' stoie i.',t i1)
tll. gl ul d i il l v ii ai null of :i i : th alo iu
side, iiand italked i u.i for ti'iun'e No. I,
froim w-hiclth tie inorthw-i u--t )y r io ..et
tinii (, TIiowiship i iiiorh, I.:iingiu 7 w -.t,
ears ili th H.: i.grls. . ! niilit',", wl st
,,751 .i fie . :1lil rnlis liit,; tihit, i. ,t h .1
ildegrees'' .I iliiit-v west, (on fcIt tliu'itr
i,iiior it i iho dr iee li miu tes l ast. , i,.io
feet; thelnel . iith .I degrees 4 htililes
ciast, (is. fi''t ; Ihin-r sooth Ho ditegrers 5
sliiiites weii't. 1,,5fli firt t'i the place of lie.
giliiiig, i' littlliii lg '1ii isreu si of .o.l1 ciiews,
of which -1,7 irrer are in. einnhli t with
Survey No 7,i), not i'iiiiii dI, Iu:lviing .''.,8
acrei claimeiiid by the :.bivi iiiuned appli
rent 1s.
The Ii', ion of 1 hi. hlain is of 1e1 rd ill
the Ilecordei's oftic, of Silver IIw countyii
state of Montaina, in Ihlink "II," on iPage'
173 of I.ode oinratin ns,.
I he Aidjoining claiiiims to threse pri'ttiuu
sire S.irvy No. 71o, ;lien Eglhert P'laer,
L.ot i8, on the souithieast nill Survey No.
;g15 1liine Itule hlode, oi the west.l
FIRANK 1). NIIIL,\("I.,
Register.
SAMI',I. iAiIKIlR, Jill.
Alttorney fori ,I ', .'ianll,.
(F"irst tl ieals iio, Oictobeir 3,i, toi,.)
MINING AI'l'I.ICA'IIUX NU. 4559.
U. S. Land Office, IIclena, Montana,
Septet iber a, 19o.
Notice is herriy given, that Frank II.
Miles, whose postutllfe addreý, is Fee.
leys, Silver fow county, Montana, has
this day filed an application for a patent
for the Queen Mary and Youno Placer
mining claims situate'l In unorganized
ainining district Silver L;ow county, Mehn.
tana, the position, course anl extent of
the said miniing claim designated by al,
official survey thcreojf, as Survey Nos.
6604 and 6648, Township No. s N., Range
No. 9 W., a notice of which was postel
on the claim on the 2ath day of August,
90go, and being more particularly set
forth and described in the otfcial field
notes and plat thereof on file in this
office, as follows, to-tit:
Survey No. 66o4, the Queen Mare
placer.
Beginning at the northeast .orner, a
granite stone, 8xz2xa6 inches set S1
inches deep, marked 1-6,604 for Corner
No. t, with mound of earth alongside,
from which the southwest corner to sec
tion 4, Fractional Township z north,
Range 9 west, bears south 71 degrees
28 minutes east I,030 feet, and running
thence south Go degrees a5 minutes
west ~,399 feet to Corner No. 2; thence
south 5 degrees 5a minutes cast 369
feet to Corner No. 3; thence north 72
degrees 23 minuteo east 1,36, feet to
Corner No. 4; thence nolth t o degrees
5 minutes went 63. feet to Corner No.
and place of beginaning, containing an
area of 15.tS acres as clained by the
above named applicant for patent.
Survey No. 6648, Youno pl lcer.
Beginning at the southeast corner, a
granite boulder in place, 6x6x8 teet above
ground marked 1-6648 for ('ornar Nj.
s, from whence the southwast cornicr to
Section 4, Fractional 'Township I north,
Range 9 west, bears south 14 degrees
55 minutes west 545 feet, and running
eiatence north a degrees 45 minutes west
567 feet to Corner No. 2; thrrce south
54 degreer, 54 minutes west 1332 feet to
Corner No. 3; thence south 1o deg eJs
5 minute3 cast 632 feet to Corner No 4:
thence north So degrees 46 minutes east
1,299 feet to Corner No, I and place of
beginning, containing an area of a5,s6
acres as claimed by the above named ap
plicant.
The location of these mines is recorded
in the office of toe recorder of Silver
Bow county, on 9ages 5 and 7 in P.o)k
L of Quartz Lodes.
The onlj adjoining claim is on the
west of Survey No. 66o4, the Di.le Land
placer, Survey No. g617, Eugene Carroll,
applicant.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Register.
JOS. H. HARPER,
U. S, Claim Agent,
(First publication Septesmber is. sons.)
VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
MINING AI'PLICATION Y.ti 4547.
United States Land O01*ca,
Helena, Montana, September s3, ages.
Notice is hereby given that D. Gay
Stivers, whose poatoflice 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 Septenlber, 9pol,
situated in (unorganized) ininirlg district,
Silver flow county, state of Montana,
designated as Survey No. 6670, in Town
ships i and a south of Range 9 west, being
more particularly described as fo';ows, to.
wit :
lteg!nnting at the southwest cornet,
which is al.o Corners No. i of Surveys No.
t,,la and 633,, a pine post set in the
lgo:tnd, with a mound of earth around it,
u.ii marked i-667o for Corner No. I, from
which the north corner ot Sc:ti,ns 4 and
, '',Twnsh:lp a south,. Range 9 we:.t, heara
:ni t, 531 drgrees 18 mininutn cast, 7 ta,3
frct, and running tlhnce south nIt degrees
.1 i.iinuitre ta t, 3-a flit; the'e 'a north
io degrees :,o 1iinut.s west, an.15 teet;
thence north Pa dilegrer :9 ninut .s west.
J134.5 t!ct; thenice south tio Iglers 4J
n',int', west, .1 i .. fcet; thin're rrth 87
dergrets 54 mtiinut:l w It, 76t4 feet; thence
,lIIthl 6h de. -.* t'St., la.S !':t to the
place of bell;ining, conltaiinig -I, area of
1,;,.t4 acre:s claimeld by the ablove Ianmed
ilppl:.tlit., of which I.r9.6a ac'es ale in
rolnilllt wvi;h SurLcy Nou. 6.:' bJ63.9 and
633,0.
'The Itcrtion of thns claim is of record
in :'.r oflicre f the recorder of Silv r iow
clt uty. state of Montann, In tookh E of
p'la,',r locatiolns on Page 16a.
iThl adjoining clainms to th,:te prelnises
ide .ili've Noi. H.a+ l liiiii+ ock pilicer
onl the atlltoithit, and o oritihrn Pacifio
l:,in .iqunt coverilng the erot half of Sec
ti,!: I,, Township I south, Range 9 west,
ill tile iCst.
FIRANEK I). MIRAC!.E.R,
ltegistcr.
Atti ,n<y for Applicant.
It 'i.t unhlicarton, S.ptrmbrr :1, Inon.)
tMlNtNI, AI''l.lh .1'lruN .N'. 4563.
U1nit,.,I F.it,.-. I :l ,l Office, 110 "1..1 ' M ,on
ta SI fltloi l.r i 19, i9o..
,1tw.' i, urlr c' y given tiihit Irry
Ih.h , r of (hir'igo. Illir:ia, .uii.t iLthet
..4'1 i, biu r, whoI+ e postother i,, tits'. is
lUite,'. Siher Ls' county, Montalna. have
this day filt.i iian al.plit,,tin for a placnt
tor I; ..io linear frt, hike %anic le ing l or
,i..6( feet in nothreastirly anitd Het .1 feet
',a nluth w e,,sttrly s 'liie tion f +otll the po int
of disaoviry on the "Bullg Your Eye" l.ode
ll+in a g Cl .im , situated 11 nI se n.m i +ed
ioning distl. n , I' ie r I.n iJe sno oty, M nnI
SI : tl, Ih e p o ',itio , r "ln tl°r ; ( , r, a1t t o f,
t I. siid aiii;i.tg cl.ihin, drisignatld ily an
a Ici ,al . llVy te rco, as itI ,vlvy No. 6 inj,
'lo. ilnship No. 5 iorhi, ralnge No. iA
cli ri on t ll, .trd day lf Se.,temil,er, lou,.
aiid bcing oinre ptiCiiaiut!rly i,rt ItIih a:i
detll..llcibed it i lti 'i'it li ltd nItls an.,
plot thereol on tile in this other, as fal.
ltw,, to wit:
liegliiinig It the soi~thein lornell'lr where
it ct '" pliyt. post 6 i.lctr I , ljiiare wit
lu t t e di b y bl a lin g t i r, ' a n d ta r k t'd i -
f.i3 ior cornrr Noi. I, Iilll which th'o
riII r I to S Ietilill ai a, .3, a6 s.l d 27,
Townslhiip 5 north, rlng,' n a lii ., hears
,u(lllth deg, s 44 ui.. isitell s cll . , ',7Tr3
fet dilt:it i, all 4 ll lnn i iin t!C .lr, lorth 41)
deIgrees' 17 iiiiiitcl ('iIst, I,044 feet t0I
Cuii ner No. theticic, noirth 40 dtegc.' 4 1
mliiultels west, 5'o fest to Corner No .1;
thence, south 44 dcgicce. 57 niilnues welt,
1,14(.0, feert to Corner Ni, 4; thelnto I.outh
40 Idegrelesl 4.13 ninilUes tart, .;- fe't to
Corner Ni. i, thll plae oIf beglrinnrng, conll
t.iiiiglI an rlll i of It .i2; acres, claimnrd by
the a:oove named appiw anl'tl, ofi whi,'h a.1
area of o.07 cres is In conflict with the
Guil (Crown Ldle Suirvey No. ,7.it
'hie locatioiin of this iinloe Is re.ornled in
Ilw oilice of the ReiIrder of I) Cer L.odge
county tin Palge 40 in hiouk of liode forins.
"'hc only known adlluioing claim t1: these
premises is the (;old Crowin lttle Survey
N o. 5741 , 'lainme'l by 1). (Piles Ir'ownell
which cunllicts with this survey ujiun the
aouth.
FRANK I). MlR,\.A..
teiuister.
(il'rst aiIl,1ica:tion Seat. ,o Paen ? P
i;I'" I ., AN'\3 )NI).\ & I'l,( I1 (' 1<All
\V.WAY (' OPI'ANY I'ASSI';N( ;I·
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S., A. & I '. 1.l':1 . . I ).
I.L'e v' A:rrive
.. li.utte. Anaconda.
I IS., A. & .. I L. 7 :u0 :. mo. :5u a.ma.
3 It., A. & 1'. L.t o :uo a, m, to :0 ma.i .
s It., A. & P. 1,. i:21ii.m. . 2 .31.111.
7 II., A. & IP. I.. 4:5O L. iI. . 5:.I5 p.1 1.
9 II., A. & I'. .. i : t5p.mn. I.:133 I. t i1.
.' 1ST l( ) N I).
Leave Arrive
No A .ia n l.3i3,. 1t 1(t.
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4 It., A . & I'. I.. 8 :3 i a. 3i . ):25, . .
6-I 15., A. & 1'. .. 1 21 3: . ra . i 32 . I 3 l. m.
8I--I., A. & I. L. .3:2.t . nt. 1l:.i.3 . 3 3.
io --I., A. & P1. 5.. 7:0.5 p. ll. ft 33 ) . ini.
To make coilectiol with Northern Pa
cific railway, westloundh, traiis at Durant
lea.ve Ana3Olrl3 a at I :20 a. Ii., 3 203 p. In.
alnd 7 :o p. Ill.
1To m3ake Coinnction with N.,,rtiwrn Pa-l'
citic railway, ,toul id, ltril3. s at 1utlte
leave Anaconda at 1. I :3 2 . l. . and 7:05
II, Im .
To make connection with 3Oregonl Short
Lin.e railroad at Silver 5ow, leave Ana
co. la al t 3:e 1 3 p -, . 3in.
Tickets oi sale at ('ity 'Ticket Office (G.
N. Hy.), No. '41 North Main street, and at
Passenger Station, ltltte, Anaconda & Pa
cific Railway.
The Best friend
the Northwest
Ever Had
TlThe Road That Maldo th
Northwest Famous."
LEAVES BUTTE.
For St. Paul and East, dailly..3 :3o p. U.
G3reat Falls local, daily......9:45 5. In.
ARRIVES BUTTE.
From St. Paul, daily........ 9:45 p. .
From Great Falla and Helena,
daily .... .3:50 p. m.
FULL INFORMATION FROM
City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Main
street, Butte. J. B. Dawe~n, General
Agent.

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