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What the State Committees Think of the PoliLteal Outlook in Montana Their Ides. All Leam to Differ ae to the Out oome. CIulrme. t R.e.m Is Hopeful of the I)em NlrtI Lglletlltiv. Tieket-Repllb IlemaU Will e.t Coetrol. Chairman W. RI. Kenyon, of the dem o.cratic itte e. uniltiee, arrived lin Itel ona last night frilom ItilttP, and will leave fir the latti r p.ihc. to-lay. Mr. Kelln 01 WitH I Ill by an Id pli end I ltdnt re Iprter lust night and iaked regarding the politili outliok in Monlitana for next T'rut|l ay. "The capital fight," he Maid,. "halos )v'eilOhIweId Ipolhlles inl 10ont1ina 1 thishl y iear. All the prominent lspeakers hiiave Ieen on lithe stullllp it the capiltall anpaiign and this hum pre vented. the p.ottla mukhig anf acti've canvilns. With the capital questionill aIb curbing so much attention, It has been hard to arrive at any defllnite estimates am to politictal reults. O() the state ti(kiet, however, it may be stated that the result in doubtful; anld tas to t.he. leglslature, we are hopeful of havitlh a clear majorilty, and are pretty sure of at I.ast preventing the republlcantI controlling thOt hally." A sp5ecial dispatch filon I utte to the Independent last night says: "W. It. Keinyon, chairman of the denI ocratic state central comnmittee, Is not in town. At denltcralti healdquarters a small plurality for (',rbet I exlpected. Smith is not i ',nsideredl in the' race at all. The comniittee is figuring on solid delegations from Itavallil. Missoula and ])eer Lodge countisn and count on those from Sllver How being enough to make the legislature democratic. There sl no doubt that six and probably eight rep rementatives will be elected from this county. "Lee Mantle, chairman of the republi can county central committee, is also out of the city. Commiteemen figure the legislature forty-seven republicans, twenty-three democrats and twelve pop ulists. They count on Hartman having to the vote of both Corbett and Smith. of 1,000, and count on Smith receiving more votes than Corbett. They count nine out of twelve republicans In thin county, and a vote for Hartman equal to the vote of both Corbet tand Smith. "At populist headquarters the elec tion of both Smith and Reeves Is claimed. Hartman is given second place and Corbett is not conbidered In the race. The populists figure on between fifteen and twenty representatives in the legislature and claim they will surely have the balance of power." JUST LIKR HOML asperiense of a f a a* With a ig Oesas 8well Detroit Free Press. The man from Kansas was making a trip across the Atlantic, and during the passage the weather was extremely boisterous. One momring when it was blowing great guns the Kansan ap peared on the deck. Nobody was in eight except the captain. "Go below, there," he shouted. The passenger looked around to see who he was talking to. "You mean me?" he yelled back when be saw there was no one .else in sight. "Of course I do; go below," and the captain came alongside. "Well, I guess not,"'' protested the Kansan. "I'm up here to see how one of your 'mountain-high' waves and 'ter rlflc gales' compares with what we have in Kansas in the way of cyclones. This ain't a patching to what I've seen out our way." Before the captain could offer further objection a big green wave came curling over the plae where the passenger stood, and the next thing he knew he was swept off his feet and carried aft over ropes and boats and all the para pherlmlia of a ship's deck and landed irT a heap in one corner, where he was snved from being washed overboard. When they got him out he hadul a broken leg, a twisted shoulder, a sprained wrist. his face looked as if it had been dragged backward through a briar patch a0nd he was unconsclous. They carried him to the captaln's room and after much effort restored him to consciousness. lie gazed around a minute in bewilderment and his eyes fell on the captain. "lly gravy, ciap," he said. feebly, "that reminded mn of home, only it was a dern sight wetter." HIS HEAD CRUSHED. Matthew ?estewo a Moets Death on His PIleer Claim. The body of Matthew Tostevan, whose death near Ilutler.on Friday was atn nounced in the Independent yesterday molrning, reached )i.'lrna during the af ternoon and was take:n to the undertak ing establlthment of E. I. Flaherty. From that i&i.re It. will he taken to the Ep:lselpal church "to-morr,,w motfiing, and the funerI'l service held there, he ginning at ten o'cloc'k. Mr. Totetan was an old timer In M~ont1nan, comlin here in Ih66 with ltichard Ibhack. T. J. Ti.e ten, ( tt)vrge. White and ther.'s. Ie11 NV.ia about 60) years of uae and uninar rlid. Home time ago 1IMr. Tutc.er'n and hls Ir rother. P'. Tuostvnn. boughti. it ilacer tCItlm near the long Itrest' of the, N orth.rn l'i itl., ab ,ut t1. , I ies and a half fron, Iiutier. tin 'Frldy he was diglilg lunder a Ibanik. whil his hr'ther wint to shut offY the watr. V\When i lroth her returned he Ifund aintthew .deadn with hisI hie.d cruashedI be tweeni two .ig stones. A rock hlad f:tii ln falnm the |ank om his head., which( 'a; ('lrushed aill ouit of .shape. (',roner I'h'isnantp, after learning all the thr ('llln(tlI.)li, d.Ithdeld aln iinqtuestt wal Uln nei en, ri ly. Capt. Davis IsJ.r.d. ft pt.l Davis. sulpcr·lllltlIdell t o the. Ilubtard nun'. l-ft fir Jay (;oulII y.$ terdlny morlultig. A tuiit noonz he stippli.I at tIIlv,"r. IlchttI1 his teamln henr tiey t A r at Nit h )II I hawk. ItI. had iiee (blilt of sight of lisi uics but it short tlim.' wii hI h'ori It h, fiuhlj from i'Ieetn llrueinuag the glitili Io Slliver. lie rnhei lit tIt . na l t i I it'c i thulg tlt nth Iie ilt-I (Copt. IIt Iii wLi IlthowI dlwnj 1HI ilrnrg,' 1ju( t' a l.11 ist1 lh('. WI~It'l uaIIH ltti' III t 'li iol II %It.Ik fiiiiil tlhat ihis fulight i v Jig .t ill tintI ihey hon d Il-m-vth be r w preaced Alartd. Iltle' liii-lk. Ark.. hnov. S. -Tln. atRIIe ly alfternoo * ee'aol iii In .z p riawin wlarni aIught not fi r it i t Tltihnrl hovses CV I n t Itiu-ii I a. in urn ai at ppnit b ofg It s Iha~t on n iLthollo ur jttuu n-. scetal It SshuoIU. CAMU OUT BN MAIE. All LIvlmpbl Par.lelpledl I. a reed4 LSp.e' l In The Indepndent. IIvlngllon. Nov. 3.- -Ivlinanton turned lilt el alliane to llght land partIlpated, in the largelt and mont enthulasltia alpital meeting or theq e('amlltign. E':arly IIn the ev ,.ing I the hltal haud pUratie lthe 4t"r1'ta1, diiplaying a lit lna-for-the-raipl Ilal llbannelr, unid was loudly ch,.ererd alongll Illh. linl uf lmarcIh. An early s II o,'clo'k the oipera hiiouse was wllil filled, Ian when the SpetakingI hlgan i few m.W inliiait laltr all Nseats were taken andl the. Iales andII ntatratnles were crowded with 1pestIta'lgur. Ex-Mayor Taicott ipr,*lsidel I Ol unt the, sliagu. wearlt many Itli.nen ola I, vlviniaton ullll i'ark (counll y. The iettlli.g WIa openedl)'i willth a ihort aiiddresln ly hlr. T'al aoIlt, whol Istated(I nolle IOllllJu rt'aaonlsI why Ilhlena llhoutlat remain the capital of MoUI tunal. II. th'en Iantroducedl the l-paker of the evening, ('ol. 4aulet.rs. 'When *'ol. Handers spa1.eaks il Ijvlinglian,. nlo matter what the IIli undear tiiaNaailoli mIsay b,,* heil Il always met with a good hilousr., bill It-aliht tihe recepltion ltenderedr him was fur Iamorea unanmou.lann rtllIi titlllril thun Iahe ever before reeIlv- h I fronm a J.ivinlgslonaa i1ta witlll A anui.oi)tila ais reItr(ld location,. and rt'aaanindeda hii hllur-rn Ilht llPhlialu wal al'etstlibl,i tto tall piortions of Ithe stalth; that Ih," two Kr'at trIunik lnes that tra verse Montana 'ros tat e II I 'llt'lIaa, andII thiat Ithe pe.ople livilng III ail lu y every uInUt lny II lil' itatllal' irun inath hllailllt wilh leas *lclse and more 'onvia''lntly Iu t hht a hley atill Anacondall . Ha hI1a i'hllhl that the Antu o.aiiai comiplanty tut l.i-ntatly uttem-ilett it ll orrupt thea law-making power of the Mttale, i1tat IlaiMIInti lawl l I it its w ltn iltr atl, andlt l whallh .a ill Ie dl-trlllae tal to at larg, matjority ulof the titople of the Isate. lie sltatedl that aever nila'e the advent of thet Atnacondal Minintg 'amntianlly into I the Nt ait' it hal endeavored'a 'l to dietate the 1poll0y of the state' gvyrnt aellnt, andl wat at pl tent altt lptinK to Ibuy the state (a-pitall that it might be ino a lpositiont to exert its Influenclte w.ith l'tler ,ff'ert. iHe 'lo ,ed with at IiIrong appeal' for the voters to look to the best intetrent of lhn tliua, alnit (on Nov. 6 to regltstr their disappll roval of corporation rule. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN. The east bound express on the Northern P'ai.lfc was somewhnt late yesterday on u rounit of a slight cave-in in the Mullan tiniinel. The L.adles' Auxiliary olciety of Temple Emanu-El will meet at the residence of Mrs. 11. Town, t6t lwling street, on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 7. ('hick and Harry Rtodgers pleaded guilty before Judge Gage to a charge of assault and battery preferred by Wm. Tracy. They were fined $30 and costs. A meeting of the executive committee of the Young Men's Helena Capital club will be held at their club headquarters to day, at 3 p. m. Business of importance. The following location notices were filed yesterday: The J .I). D. lode , in Scully gulch, by John I). Dudley; the Iowa lode claim, In the Stemple district, by Thos. Ryan. The Happy Hour social club was re-or ganized last Thursday and has made ar rangements to give a grand prisze mas querade ball at the auditorium on Thurs day, Dec. 6. A special meeting of the United Hebrew henevolent society will be held this (Sun day) afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, at I. O. B. B. hall, Edward street. Important busi ness. H. Town, secretary. Yip Bow, the Chinaman who was killed Thursday by the cave-in at his placer diggings, near Canyon Ferry, was buriled yesterday with the usual Celestial rites in the cemetery northwest of the city. On election day, Nov. 6, the Y. P. S. C. E., of the Christian church, will serve lunch, also oysters, coffee and sand wiches, In Weinstein's building, on the corner of 8ixth avenue and Main. Lunch will be served from 13 until late in the evening. At the request of members of the American Railway Union here, Judge Knowles has ordered the release of J. M. Mc.,lrath. who has been In the county jail on the charge of striking a deputy marshaL McElrath's friends went on his bond. The Meteorological Summary for the month of October, as prepared by R. M. Crawford, observer of the Helena weather bureau, shows that the mean tempera ture was 47; the highest. 74, and the low est, 16. The total precipitation for the month was 0.68 Inch. Capt. William Zastrow has resigned from the command of Company C. Mon tana National Guard. The company at first refused to accept the resignation, but on ('apt. Zantrow insisting, they were compelled to do so. The resignation has been sent to Adjutant General Lloyd, who has not yet taken any action. Messrs. Martin. Sterling. Reed and Kleinschlmldt have been appointed a comr mittee to deploy Helena's forces on elec tion (lay. This committee will have a meeting at the office of F. P. Sterling, at 1 p. m. to-day (Sunday) and will be glad to have every one who can go out of town on that day to work in outlying precincts call and tender their services. William Thomas, a deserter from Com pany II. Twenty-second infantry, was captured by the police and taken to Fort Keogh yesterday. Thomas left his com Irany while the troops were at the fair grounds. He had just finished a thirty iays' sentence in the county Jail for lar 'ely. which he committed in order to ob tain his discharge. The authorities re fused to give him his discharge, however, so he deserted. A New Line Of white china, for decorating, just re ceived. New goods tand new prices. F. J. Edwards. 8 and 10 Park avenue. PERSONAL Jacob Pest, of Denver, a brother of Phillp Itest, IM on a visit to Helena. Itishop Itrewer will preach at t.. Peter's chuiiih to-odiy uit both the morning and yev nling serv 'l," 'ls. lEx-t;ov. Jos. K. Toole, who went to New York to have. his eves treated, returned yeeiltiteay. nlilch ti lmproveId. Iuperi.intiindnt SttIere in home from leilotliia, whete he attendedI the lierr o lgte icounty tleitheri ' instituite. iIIele Iti'luili cra i' over from ulitte cncniit ye'stelrdiy, hoit wait int doinlig any talking taoulllt bletting on AnteonntI. Major l" artIli 3iellaiIl and Patrick N1lieIIIv puassed tthrogh IIt leeulii yesterday fru'll Itule on thlllir Ieav tio rai,-at lfalls. ei. \V. I'lklunanli, a. ic tntl giienerail sup trintendini t iof tihe Northern I'aitlhe, with h dq'el uall t l' in ilk 'I'L O1111A, hits been Inl loll I. Ir',. li. It. Joh l.o n , lntra' ,ed a lory t.i,, I11,I while' oilt with the 'Womn tt ' auitaele ltlitelle, atnt has been l linedi to her I;holul s ne,-'. Itev. J. I'. \\llu i llt has gonell to ItuliteI I I witll return htoe to Vote on T'l'|e'sdMlt . LahIer i ton he will g to in I P i'ilo, I'ol teo w0hih ic'harge he has been triinsferred. tieu tico. B. Vernon pall edili I hii t the city ,,,esteriny on tiIts way ti) his Inu s. on lai ditutte. inl 'Aill soon resume. work illi ttle reelous rl aid t(ie'tty1hitlrg li,oniu itradftord, who aitttlended the gll'il 111111( 14 i'eting ill It1tt1 rihiy night, I.e'tlurle. yesterdtay. Ie l Iud tithe t ,etlihi wiln the best had il n itllttle. ni Ii. Ies iiow ectilllih ent that illtlen will get at vI) Iltrg' vote In the Illver city. IHustles. AvSNee sal... The lheat nalve In the world for c'iIr., 11111(>1'*. Sores. I l .'re. Halt RheumIII. I e1 *or Nor.'., Tilter, '011P ppr. (h w IlkiI I'll iilminr, o't~l tand all Skin Iraapt lo.ra. 'anl p-AttIvili ai'UeN jillea. or tiat pay a..Aialr,.. II It iiuraaneteed to g1e Ia.,firrt metlrpfa. I Iaii or moliney refigndl.,. I'rta'e ~'15 cmait pe..i box. I'or mBale by the Parehlamn I aA tA.eil 11mgR company. Ismu Ilat.imet. New York. Nov. S.-Weekly banik etate nelat: Ite rerye, deIereaae', $hI~I.$3A, locas, ii aellamI. $1. 2,lip; siepali. Iclse rea·ee. $171. INNI; Il·Yal tenders. decrease, l. Zlt7.11n: lo tiells. IiireaeeI'e, $l 9,7i1N; eira'elatloaa, e creia· e, $lutl,StN1. The banks now hold KI, 204.4T, In excess of reqtulrements. A CANTICLE OV NOVIMBMI. Mad, fitful, 4w1idliltK laeys are heral 'r'hes iale, chill lItlre of the nUlt; And ctluudlall leraIdn., cilsmidl, dun, T'hiu faIltring pliiiest of thie year. At seca a ghoestly 'lrerl'ore.fe.dl sall 1(ralin' hltrearrillth orleti im e tll h land; 4first tillow c Irai k r along Ithr strand, Arid terriulti Kailier ti l ti ll, mule. And pllieng, pi. iolnte giuisi of ralin Makr ceocimn o'er filic rl lie.Il nItn fild, All grV.wnem.le gray l allll iusky "sold. A dololllous IIllly ou IP1inll. T'Ihlie cr'llnllln heil t" of tIlh' I*. vrin That flit acd fllllIte frotm I Ill.lll lr Like, frilghtenelild bid le iilcc e4,t the bre-Bez The rusiJlling of tlle tawniy ehi'cIvelsl; The fretl fll ni r11iuring olr f the rill Thati hjrrlicc cnit with leturtldi lpace': A tlraiHillg auli lledtlile t pulllcI tilrll 'Thalit lling''lrsn Olr vuhI anli hill. All Illghtell ludlis ilc iii pei'sheld blooim A gliy frIcci I ltie i crun len )orii* - 'Th~ r or waills ciltiiry, liio, A w.eneIlitrhi'r I I i the IhclPlllcnin gloom. Let ecith and heall.rt and he|dil have' re'.t; Li.f- , cril' ci ic Ihe, vetin. s ticil stll A lileI. whilel ; th,.i , Ilthu ilil III Inl this repose; for iresit i libIt, And I 'illth shaIll hliItter IeIciulcic Ibring lit Ilrni liwho wclrkcth acm It., will. 'T'hriiough i emicniiK joy, through Oseem iug I11l. Tlt' hlll Ic proilt, iof itth- priligi. It'v. Ilcorgc'i T Itll1r, in lii il ir'M Mulig. alin forliii Noleil. i.r NOV.. IWilt Rea55l. Parls, Niv. 3., The I'rn ,h 5overlllrnent has ret'lilv'l a dtlis ti.ih Iiolnt i. Le.nlrire I 'villerl. MiwetIl eInvo)y, entl to Matll Kaltti'r with thie Iltimatlll of itFIrmiit to thli II,.'a g.verlntment . nlutll lllirng thHt hI Il.ft Antlanl ivo, ()1. 26, without re 'e'vintg the reply of the Hova Mov eritelli t to th* Il'r l h -11 dll l.lllt 1. itttnnt.tIately after the FlrernCh gov t nlrtnent rr-eves a dirPe-t disptattch front M. Lemiehr Devilliers, lgiving the final result of hil nmlltlon, nl.l..eesa ry proposai will he submilllttt d to thie chullrtl bers. Little doubt exists now that the Ilovas Intend to re~nist the demands of Francllre. Veteran Pllllhber l)led. London, Nov. 3.-John Walter, thief proprietor of the London Timesn, In dead. lie was born in I1818, and Irad ,been a mem her of parllanment. Ills grandfather pub lished the first number of the Times, Jan. i, 1788. P'ark's Tea clears the complexion. Mrs. N. Meyette, of ,Le Itoy, N. Y.. Mass: "I have used Park's Tea and find It the best remdy I have ever tried." Hold by Par chtn-D'Acheul D)rug Co. HELINA FOR THIE CAPITAL Appolaimmo at SpefLbakr for Neleos for the Capial. DOULD1L Nov. 4 A. C. Botkln and Y. 8. Guam. CINNfTlVILLLU Nov. 5, T. J. Walsh. ,auearrows. Nov. 4. Dr. N. asivall sad W. A. Clark. UiLUWA. Nov. 5, N. W. MEConaoLL LUtMe GOLCN. Nov. 4, IL B. Ouam. MKLvILLL Nov. 5. W. H. buterilta. T. 3. OCrutobr and A. L Loeb. MIMOULA. Nov. 4. T. H. Carter. Nov. 4 F. E. iltrheasha and A. H. Nelson Nov. 4. Jobh H. Shober. Plain Talk. [Prom the Cleveland Paindealer.] "There are hundreds and thousands of people in the large cities and towns who cannot afford to pay the prices de manded for the best dairy and cream ery butters. Oleomargarine is in every respect better and more healthful than country store butter. Give the middle class, and every class, for that matter, a chance to place on their tables an artificial butter that looks like butter, that tastes better than most dairy but ter tastes, and is absolutely nutritious and healthful. Let there be fairness in this matter, and a repeal of all prohib itive laws that work injury and in justice to a large number of people." Silver Churn Butterine is the latest and most improved butter substitute. It is prepared by superior methods under careful scientific supervision. It is advertised and sold largely through out the United States, and fastidious housekeepers proclaim it the best table article obtainable. SOLE PROPRIETORS. Armour Packing Co., KANSAS CITY, U. S. A. Local Agents: Rehrelner's Department Store. Helena Meat Company. M. D. Pearsall. ýVb MORE BACK ACHE p A OOj1BLES CSRF qFKAVEL23> CONSTIPATION. INFLAMATIOI .rrc BLADDER. AND I -ALL KIDNEY DISSEASS. Pe.br.n"D'Aeb.uI Drip Co.. H.l.0., Meat.. wholesale agents THE EBBITT, Washington, D. C. MiTY IND NAVY HEADQUARTERS light Iron Fire Escapes BURCH & GIBBS. Managers. J. L. SMITH Ficight and Transfer Line HELENA, MONT. All kIade of mreliLaudi. ad other frtlghth .Idlq are p7eaptly tr m fereSt trm he BIG SALE OF BLANKETS AND COMFORTABLES. WIN' TEI DISPLAY. TENEW YORK DRY QOODS TORE. During this week an imposing and stately column of la;nkets and (',olfortable, will be advanced to various points of the store, reating an exhibit ion of splendid winter values. COMFORTABLES AND BLANKETS SENSATION READ READ ;I'ECIAL O)FFEItIN(I S ioo bolts Outing Flannel, positively for o1-4 (;ray or White Blankets, soft mel- this week only, per yard............ 4c low finish. Sold everywhere for $1.25 2 bolts Figured ('he~sec Cloth, espccially 'lhis sale......................... $ .75 for ('omfortables, this week only, Io-.4 Nice quality (;ray Blankets. \Vorth per yard ......................... 4c every tiie $1. 75. 'l'his sale....... $1r..0 lot Melriima k Skirting Print, light 10-4 1 leavy Gray Miners' Blankets. colors, this week only, per yard..... 4c Worth $2.5o. This sale.......... $1.75 Best quality Lining Cambric, this week ro-4 Splendid California Blankets. only, per yard.................... 4c Worth $3.75. This sale........... $2.95 Twilled Toweling, white or cream, this 1o-4 Germantown Blankets. Elegant week only, per yard ............... 4c values and worth $5. This sale.... $4.15 American Blues, and other standard Comfortables for camping purposes. Calicos, special ................... 5c Worth $r. This sale .............$ .79 Amoskaeg Apron Gingham, best made. Comfortables, fine white cotton filling. Special .......................... 5c Worth $1.5o. This sale.......... $1.20 SI'ECIAL-ElegantOutinginrichcolor Comfortables, splendidly quilted, oil ing, 16 yards for ..................$1 oo calico covering. Worth $1.75. This SPECIAL--lleavy Upholstering Tick sale........................... . $1.45 ing, 16 yards for..................$r oo Comfortables, satin finish. Worth $2.50. SPECIAL-Extra Quality Black Cash Thissale ...................... $1.90 mere Ilose, 4 pair for .............$r oo The New York Store is savagely prepared for trade. Note prices that defy the low est of eastern prices. Read carefully every item of our this week's offerings, and then visit us, or send. The New York store does not throw these startling prices broadcast with any feeling of exultation. No! But with a benign delight that our fellow citizens, our customers, will reap the benefit of our prosperity and success. Agents for Helena for Foster's and Trefousse Kid Gloves. Beware of rogueish imitations. New York Dry Goods Store. 48, 50 AND 52 SOUTH MAIN STREET. N.. 34i6. A'PLICATIOU 10F1 PATENT. Vn. nt.. Orria Ha1.auA, oant., rcpt. W. 180E~ Ilutes I. habr given that Robert & Rale has this dy hied s pbcation for 3a*at, seder the minima lw, of eeaw mee tfe valot mill its, de4iogaSd - eaeev NI. I,. situated Li (uaoggmieda mlaiLgdle riLt, Lew sad Clarks oaty. Vootmam. tewnaip B 4a w, yuhichelem is recorded Ia the :6.ee the e eorder of Lewis and Clarke count, ut HeIga Montana, and described em follow. aid surrve No. 1451 bmgianiag at eorner No. 1, rna ch. ibeLnital po t ai se 1E, ti mm 1 d, b18na 7 oe ma 10 mew 442.111 tbnheeedegltOmin M .4,t. thenceatii SY min e619 ft. thenc. aH deg Imin w 134 1t. thea@a 7T81 48 ml. w 21 Ift. them.. 6 W deg 61 mnw38.ft to the place of beiulng embracing five aclee, upo.n which a notice of raid applleaton was ported the 18th day of eptembat l1t. W. E. (OX. filet ...Jon SeBpt. 21.181E No. 3,MIn. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. United States Land Office, litlena. Mon tana. Nov. I, 181.4. Notice Is hereby given that Joseph P. 1,altach, Andriew Thoimpson l and June 1. rMattice, of Ithelna, Mont., have this iday made apppllcation for patent, undier thi mining laws of congresls, for the Little Alma lol.e minilllng chlm, desig nited as survey No. 4.487, situated in Iump gui'h, unorganined mining dis trict, Jefferson county, Montana. in townshitn No. 8 and 9 north of range 3 wm,..t, which claim is r'eorded in the ,oftie of the recorder of Jefferon enun IV, at Iloulld.'r. Montana, and descrilbed as follows: Iteginning at corner No. 1 of said survety No. 4.187 from wihll, h the ..lo ing section corner betwe.,en sec.tions 5 anil 6. township No. 8 north of rangeI No. 3: wet, bears southlt i9 i .T. 4911 ln. enst 3.476.3 feet and ruinning thence north 41 &l,.. 52 min. wret t17.2 feet to corner No. 2; thlen'e soluth I4 dl'eg. :,9 Iin. twe. t 4o .; lhwIo north I 'I l . 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Nov. 3, I94. THIS PAPER '" " "" med. to SL I 4~ Yrh·rd· lo MLbaa Ireskam. ·u I-,.L.-. Thomas e. Ok.. Barry C. Para Hary C. Moo.. Mesovr.m ORTHERN PACIFIC R. R. Runs Through Cars BETWEEN ET. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, DULUTH, FARGO. GRAND FORKS and WINNIPEG -AND HELENA. BUTTE, SPOKANE TACOMA, SEATTLE, PORTLAND. Pullman Sleeping Cars, Elegant Dining Cars. Tourist Sleeping Car TIUN1 UCHKDVLU. TRAIWNII A3T AT ULIt. No I. W'sajih, Wal. wont Ihotnd ..... *.mA v No.2. 2 ldatio Vail, a.al boound ...... 9:Ai No *. Yul··llr rcolullllo~l gyn. .. .. VIA 16 v No. 11, Wickeas oulder and hakuro mc,.iuodalluu (.huiiy .iA'..j.Ll ' days'.... .:1p.. No. 11r4, Limmlul nitsd. Muonday uulyt. . . . 2:89 D. i 111AlNm fIKIART 7110W H~L54LV Nu.. I. tso Mail. wotL. b.LoIl . . 9-SM in N... 7. .A tisa)Io 'ail. ow.., i.oh.u1 I~ . [Ii N.". 1. uaryTill, seoyn..'al .. .tip p. i No. to, 'IAii'ke. Iloulder and E~lkh..ra aeer,.uonuatt. iilatlg OR, nt Miuu day... 7:16 &n,. No jul. Illnuil m iat. 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