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MININ(, NEWS. t
The f,ontana ('hief Mining" company,
Stevtnsville, has offered for sloe 20.- 1
(ti sh:;tres of the working stock at ten
c.ts p r share. e
llmlilto , & k \ooliston are erecting
,ji!hdings preparatory to commencing de
,.lq,,ltent of the Great Eastern and Elk
hi,,rn mines, recently bonded in Castle
t round in the neighborhood of the Big
Ionnanza. in Butte, is being leased by
different parties in the hope of reaching
theI ctontinuat.ion of the rich chute of ore
rfc,:eartl discovered there.
T'he resilents of Basin City, Jefferson
e)lnty, have an abiding faith in its fau
ture. Some of the most sanguine pre
dict that in less than a dozen years its
lines will equal if they do not surpass
t h,,e of Butte.
'l'wenty miles from Butte, in the Divide
,il ing district is the Apex mine, now the
::,nhe of operations of the Apex Consoli
,:.ted rining comnpany. At the bottom
o a O2t)-foot shaft they haze a 7-foot vein
going $191 to the ton.
Madisonian : Major J. W. Peek. of the
Montana Tin Mining company, says the
leads of the company are now in better
hilape than they ever have been,and their
value is undisputable. A good tin mine
in LMadison comiuty wou'd be of as
imnclh value to the commonwealth as all
tieu gold mines ever discovered.
The wabter is being pumped out of the
(:ermania mine, lying west of Butte, pre
Ipratotry to an examination by eartern ex
pert s. A sale of the Germania and one
o,r tweo adjacent properties belonging to
Mr. Frendeustein. to Chicago parties, is
said to be in contemplation. though the
fitýre. can not be obtained.
Senator George Hearst part owner of
the Anaconda, J. B. Haggin, principal
4,wner of the Anaconda, and IR. C. Cham
bers, superintendent of the great Ontario
mine, also interested in the Anaconda,
are in Butte. Their coming is taken to
he a portent of renewed activity in the
Anacondal's operations, and still further
extenion of the famous plant.
The directors ,i) the Bell Min ing con
Irony. of Missoula, have agreed to bond
1 he mine to D)r. Smith and Captain Gam
IlWe. of C('ur d'Alene, for $t(10,000, tlhe
b,,n! to run for six months. If the gen
Slenaen then don't wish to buy, they have
I he privilege of leasing the mine on very
reaso)na bleo terms for five yearm. The
sttickholders will probably approve the
action of the directors.
The new smelter site near Cooke City
has 1 a en selected and a force of men will
lhe placed at work grading the same, and
making the necessary preparations for
the reception and installation of the
buildings and machinery. A few men
will also be placed at work on the mine.
antd the number will gradually increase
from now until the time when the smelter
will he in operation.
Allie Bailey, who was in the city last
week. informs us that the smelter at Tos
t-on is now running at full blast, with a
large supply of ,re-- estimated at 200
tonis -on hand. The smelter, he says,
will now run uninterru!ptedly. The strike
ct the laborers caused a slight delayp
and the new men allowed the furnace
o "'freeze," but everything is now work
ing smoothly, and a large output of metal
w:ll he handled ea h week.----Boze:nan
The Gould and Cramer Mining com
pany has been incorporated to work prop
erty at Jay Gould. The incorporators are
,ios. Cramer. president; E. J. Carter, vice
president; Geo. N. Whitely, secretary and
treasurer; F. S. Lang and E. E. White
hand. The capital stock is $1,000.10 in
shares of $5. The property involved con
sists of the Wild West, Montana Cen
t rai and Minnie Gould quartz locations.
all believed to be on the original Jay
G~ould vein, and a large area of placer
ground with mill sites and water rights.
The property is now being developed.
Tho new Galena smelter has been start
ed and is running successful. It is own
c:l by a Dakota company.
The Con. California and Virginia, of
Nev-ada, paid August 8th, dividend No.
9. of fifty cents per share.
The total output of the gold fields in
Queensland, Australia, for 1885 was in
round numbers $5,6.0.000 and for 1886,
The Plymouth Consolidated mining
company, of California, have declared
their 32nd dividend, payable Setitember
5th. of forty cents a share.
The I)eadwood Terra' mining company.
4 ,r Dakota, paid their 28th dividend, Aug.
20th, of ten cents per share, aggregating
820,001. making $40,000, paid this year.
Three miles north of Hartsels, on the
Colorado Midland there is considerable
prospecting being done for coal, and the
indications which are numerous, show
well-defined coal seams.
Santa Gertrudis, a silver mine in Mex
ico, is proving a welcome property to the
shareholders. Since the return of the
Manager, Capt. Francis Rule, it has paid
live monthly dividends, equal to $20.000
The mines in the central western part
of the island of Borneo, worked by Chin
ese Knuses and native Dyaks (from 1,200
to 1.-C ~tr.i). o ar producing and hlavc
been producing for some - years past an
average of 5,000 ounces of gold per an
nunm, worth about $88,000.
It is stated that an extensive peat bed
has been discovered in Lake Township,
Sully county, Dakota, ten miles north
east of Blunt, in the Medicine Valley.
The peat covers a tract of about six acres
in extent, and with proper work it is
claimed will produce a good fuel
The property of the French Boys' Min
ing company, located in King Solomon's
Mountains, in San Jaun county, Colora
do, was sold at auction last Thursday at
the Real Estate Exchange to B. L. Cott
man for $2,700. It is said $500,000 was
sank in the property by credulous inves
The Gardcn Gulley United Company,
of Sandhurst, of the Province of Victoria,
organized in 1856, but which did not
strike gold of any amount until 1871, to
the end of 1886 had produced in the ag
gregate six millions,out of which the share
holders received a fraction over 70 per
cent. in dividends.
The water supply in the Mokelumne
and Campo Seco Canal Co.'s ditch, Cal.,
is reduced to the extent that claims using
any considerable amount have been clos
ed for the season. Water for mining pur
poses in and about the vicinity of Angels
i; also becoming scarce. The Union
Water Co. cannot now supply the de
The big tunnel, near Robinson's ferry
on the Stanislau river, California, which
has been under construction for more
than a year , will be completed in a few
days, and then the river will be turned
into it. It will more than earry all the
water now in the river, which will !ave
the bed of the latter dry nearly three
miles in length. It is supposed that when
that is done the harvest of gold will be
Douglas Island, Alaska, is separated
from the main land by a deep sea chan
nel about one mile wide. The quartz
ledges are on the side of the island facing
this channel :and extending from
near the bench (100 to 500 feet) back
5,R000 to 6,000 feet. About 13 claims of
600 by 1,530 feet on this ledge lie favor
able for working, and are known to be
Two mountains of iron have been dis
covered about 18 miles south of Newber
ry station on the Atlantic & Pac:fic rail
way, San Bernardino, Cal. There are
millions of iois of iron ore in
sight. Huge boulders and prominent
projections on the surface consist of
a )lid metal. Specimens of ore were sent
to Prof. Price, of San Francisco, whose
analysis showed that the ore consists of
magnetic oxide of iron and silica, with
traces of gold and silver. There is a
urobability that the ore will contain a
good percentage of gold and siver when
depth is attained, but even if it does not
the mine is a regular bonanza to its own
ers, judging from the external appear
On Chloride Hill, in the Cseur d'Alenes
are a number of galena silver mines,
which produce the richest ore yet found
in the silver-lead districts of Coeur
d'Alene. The Morning and the Evening
lodes are bonded to the Bank of Murray.
There are more than a score of other fair
showing leads under process of develop
ment on this hill, which will make a re
cord in time. Across the river Boulder
creek comes in from the south on the
northern slope of the divide. Between
Sthe South Fork and St. Joe are a num
Ier of locations, many of which are being
vigoronsily wirked by the owners. The
Little Giant and the Iron Crown on Sil
ver creek, a tributary of Boulder, and the
Central on the latter stream, are pretty
well opened up. On the St. Joe side of
the range a number of locations of heal
thy appearing veins have been made, but
no great amount of development work
has as yet been done.
Great NHines of the Earth.
The world-famed Potosi mines, of Bo
livia, yielded from 1.541 to 1798, a period
or 244 years, $1,000,000,000. This sum is
large, but to obtain it the lives of five
generations of miners was required. In
twen.yV-sevcn years the Comstock mines
have yielded $410,000,000, and a new sys
telo of working is now being inaugurated
by which the lode will be made to yield
up as much more in the next thirty years.
But three mines in all the earth have pro
duced more bullion than the Comstock.
These are the Potosi, with $1,000,000,000;
Sierra Madre, $800,000,000; and the Rio
Grande, $650,000,000. Next to the Com
stock comes the Veta Madre, with a yield
of $335,955,000. The next in order, the
Parmillian, with $70,000,000 shows a
quick drop, and the yield of other mines
of note then runs from $30,000,000 down
to $16,000,000. The annual production
of the whole world is now $200,000,000.
Half of this amount is produced in the
United States. For twenty-five years
past India has absorbed $38,000,000 and
China $9,000,000, being $47,000,000 a year.
There are annually used in the arts in
United States gold and silver bullion to
the value of $15.000,000, and in the rest
of the world not less than $35,000,000,
making a total of $50,000,000, and for loss
and abrasion $3,000,000 more may be set
down. Thus there is left for the purposes
of coinage for the whole world $100,000,
000; yet there are those who howl about
over-prod action of silver, and who wish
to see it debased and sold like pig iron
or bar lead. -Virginia Enterprise.
It is the "fly" fisherman who generally
catcher the most trout.
The Hlo Exprloded.
An Otoe county farmer had used dyna- I
mite for the purpose of blowing several
old stumps out of the ground. Recently
he carelessly left the dangerous com
pound lying by the side of a stump near
his quarry, intending to begin operations '
the next morning at blasting rock. The
dynamite was mixed with sawdust and
emitted an exceedingly pleasant odor,
which attracted the attention of two of
the farmer's hogs, which soon converted
themselves into gigantic cartridges. The
stuff when eaten creates a peculiar sen
sation, which annoyed one of the hogs to
such an extent that it entered the stable
and began rubbing its side against a post
at the mouth of a mule's stall. The
mule remained passive, but for a few mo
ments only, when it gave the hog a terri
ble kick in the side. A tremendous ex
plosion followed, and after the gradual
clearing away of the smoke and dust, the
hog was to be found only in detachments,
while an enormous aperture marked the
spot where it had stood. The mule re
ceived a tremendous shock, but was still
intact. The other hog is still running at
large, greatly to the terror of the whole
neighborhood.-Nebraska City News.
Wilson Bros. sell hay cheapest.
Go to Wilson Bros. for your oats.
A fisherman's profits are always net.
Everybody will dine at the Grand,Sun
A popular variety of four in hand--all
The Grand is the only family restaur
ant in town.
Fully 250 pairs of pants just received
at the I X L.
Common sense is the small change of
Dinner from 4 to 8 o'clock p. rm. at the
Grand every day,
Latest styles in men's furnishing goods.
at the I X L clothing storc.
This is the only proper time of the
year to indulge in fan-tasms.
A boil is like a five-dollar bill because
once broken it soon disappears.
Hay and oats now for sale at Wilson
Bros'. new place, on Lower Broadway.
The longer a man lives the more he
knows about what he doesn't know.
Miner's boots and shoes in endless va
riety at the I X L boot and shoe store.
When a woman "knits her brows" it is
probably because she is out of yarn.
Young man ! Forget not to take your
best girl to dinner at the Grand, Sunday.
Bangles and coins on silver belts in
stead of on bracelets are now the rage.
The hay-fever is at hand. but the man
with the "hey?" fever is with us always.
Give your stove a rest and take your
family to dinner at the Grand, next Sun
Note for fishermen--You can generally
find a big black bass in the colored church
Twenty-five dozen woolen overshirts
just received at the I X L clothing
Black stockings are being superseded
by those which match the color of the
Just received, fresh candy and several
popular brands of New York cigars at
Doe & Hoyer's.
Bread cast upon the waters will return
whenever you want it to if you handle
your fishpole welL
Pipes ! Pipes ! Pipes ! Try a Powhat
tan clay with a long stem at Doe & Hoy
er's 10 cents each.
One of Brigham Young's wives was
Ann Eliza, bat the wife who gave him the
most tronuble was Para Lyzer.
Buy the genuine English surveyor
boot, made by Hearth & Co., London
England. For sale at the I X L store.
George Cockrell, Deer Lodge, dealer in
all kinds of farm implements,is sole agent
for Deer Lodge county for the genuine
Peter Shuttler Wagons. Write for
A bachelor discovering his clothes torn
exclaimed: "Mend I can't," but felt weal
thier a moment later, when he remem
bered that the Universal button fastener
woman was in the camp.
Tramp Printer--Say, sis. is your pop
editor o' the Bungtown Clarion? Sis -
That's what they call him in these parts.
T. P.--Well, jus' ask him if he
don't want to hire an experienced man
just off a New York daily to swear to the
A dispatch from Belgrade states that
a gang of murderers has just been ar
rested at Pierot. Their victims during
the past two years number sixty. Dis
guised as gendarmes, the assassins pre
tended to arrest travelers on various pre
tenses and then robbed and killed them.
A deputy of the prefect of Pierot was the
first person arrested for complicity in the
crimes. It is believed that political mo
tives led to the commission of the mur
ders. Two French newspaper men and
Prince Alexander's groom were among
the victims. An official commission of
inquiry has been dispatched to Pierot.
1867. PIONEER 1887.
Cor. Broadway and Sansome sts., Philipsburg
John G. McLean, Prop,
Fine Blacksmithing, Heavy Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing a specialty. Wagon,
Carriage and Buggy repairing. The best Horseshoers in the county. Satisfaction
given or no charge made.
Decker Bros, Behr Bros &Co's, Fisher, Ivers & Pond
Other First Class Pianos, Brass Banr and Orchestra Instriments,
Jackson's Music Store,
A. B. Chase. Chicago Cottage and Estey Organs.
gAll Kinds of Musical Merchandise and Sheet Music, Wholesale and Retail.
'Pianos and Organs sold on easy installments if desired. 'Tuning and re
pairing by first-class artists.
Broadway, Helena, Mont.
NEW BEER HALL!
ROB'T McDONEL, Prop.
BEER OF ALL KINDS
Wines, liquors, Cigars
Constantly en Hand.
Billiard Hall. Card Rooms.
Winm. T. Ward
PR! PARED TO DO
General Contract Work.
ALLEN P. BOWIE,
PHILIPSBURG, - MONTANA.
Carries a full line of Family Medicines
and Pure Drugs, Select Toilet Articles
and genuine Patent Medicines. Pres
criptions carefully prepared night or day.
I Contractors and Builders
And Dealera in
Fine Furniture. asRb. Doorm, and
A General Undertaking Business Done.
Office and wareroom located one door west of
Hynes' Hotel, Broadway.
James O'Donnell & Bro
Proprietors of the
And Miners' Furnishing Goods in stock. The
general pub!ic is cordially invited to stop in and
sample our goods.
O'DONNELL & BRO.
Towsa, MONT. tf
THE KAISER HOUSE
Ia. K.aser. Prop.
First - Class Table.
Fire Proof Brick BniliU ,
Headqua.rters for Commercial Travelers. All
stages stop at this hotel.
M. KAISER, Prop.
The public is hereby warned not to de
I liver any goods on account of the Hope
I Mining Company, of St. Louis, except on
order from the office of the company.
W. W. Am'.s. Sni'!.
Barret & Jacky Bros
Whips, Spurs, Etc
Agent for Concord team and buggy
harness. Repairing done at short notice
and all work warranted.
A. W. Gordon & Co.,
G RANITE, MONTANA.
Pure Drugs, Pure Chemicals.
Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Toilet Soap,
Sponges, Tooth Brushes, Paints, Oil and Var
nishes. Give us a call.
WM. HAMIOND & CO.
Carries U. S. Mail
And N. P. Express.
Hanmmad, Brownell & Lcvengood's Stage
Daily between Philipsburg and Ana
conda. via Cable.
Leaves. I Arrives.
Anaconda at 9.00 a. m. Philipsburg at 5 p. m.
Philipsburg, 8:00 a. m. Anaconda, - 5 p. n.
i?~ Offices, Anaconda, W. J. Matthews, Phil
ipsburg, Ben Pizer.
Hamii ln & Carleton's Daily Siages,
Between Philipsburg and Drummond
via New Chicago.
...-Leaves. -- Arrives.
Philipsburg, 9:30 a. m. Drummond, 4:30 p. m
Drummond, 8:00 a. m. Philirpsb'g, 4"0 p. m
S_'Office, Philipsburg, Ben Pizer.
Philipsuarg and Granite Daily Stages,
FASSENGER, MAIL AND EXPRESS,
Makes prompt connections with all arriving
and departing stages on the above routes. Office
at Pldlipsburg, Ben Pizer.
Notice of Co-Partnership.
The public are hereby notified that the under
signed have this day entered into a co-partner
ship to continue the saloon busincss of Smith
& Noble at the old stand in Philipsburg, Homer
Sweitzer, one of the undersigned, having this
day bought an undivided one-half interest of
(eo. .W. Smith, and is this day by consent of Wil
liam Noble, made an equal partner in the new
firm to be known as Nobla & Sweitzer, the new
firm assuming all liabilities and collecting all
debts due the old fi-n of Smith & Noble.
Philipsburg, X. T., June 7, 1887.
Mining Application, No. 1847.
U. S. LAND O;-F F , i
IIELENX, M. T., June 10, 1887.
Notice is hercby given that the west Granite
Molontain mininig company, a erlorationl
duly existing under Montena laws, by Anton
M.t. HIolter, its president, whose postfflice ad
dress is Itclena, M. T., Iha this day tiled its ap
plication for a patent for two hundred and onti
linear feet of the FRAt('TInX lode, mine or vein
hearing gold aid silver, with stiface I ro.und
six hundred fect in width, situated in (Flint
Creek) unorganized minining district, county
of Deer Lodge and Territory of Montana, and
desivenated by the ticld notes and official plat
on file in this oftice as Lot Number 115 in un
surveyed township 7 ni range 13 w of princi
pal base line and meridian of .Montana TerAi
tory, said lot No. 115 being as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at Corner No. 1, from which the
initial point No. 2 for surveys in this district
bears a 81 dog 57 min w 4,483.36 feet; thence s
89 deg w 201 feet; thence s 16 deg 45 min e
612.5 feet; thenice n 89 deg e 201 feet; thence n
16 dog 4.5 min w 612.5 feet to place of begin.
Total area of survey - 2.;2 a(rcr
Area in conflict with survey No.
1.,791 claimed - - - 0.:31
Area in conflict wit i snrvey No.
1,:05 claimed - - - 0:3
Area min conflict with survey No..
1,:3;93 not claimed - - - .GS a, re,
Net area claimed - - 2.04 acres
Magnetic variation "'3 de` 3I) mhn e.
The location of this mine is rec(orlded in the
Recorder's office of Deer Lodge county in
Books 0 ard No. I of Lodes. The adjoiningur
claimants are the James G. Blaine, lot 82, (Iti
the north; Sunny Side, lot 99, on the east; Lit
tle Dasey, lot 117, on the south, and the .attioe
snake lode, !ot 112, on the wet.
Any and all persons clainii:g adversely any
portion of said Fraction lode mine or surface
ground are required to file their adverse
claims with the Register of the U.S. Iand office at
Helehn, in the territory of Moontana. during the
sixty days' period of publication hereof, or
they will be barred by virtue orf pprovi- ons
of the statute. S. W. L. .*axr.,
Re.gi- t,-: .
Jun. W. Eddy. Att'y fir Applicants.
F r_!t pihlicatic. .,-r.; :'. l 5.
TERrrTORY OF MONTANA,
County of Deer Lodge,
In the Justice's Court of Philipaburg township
before A. Labrie, Justice of the Peace, John
McKetric, plaintitf, vs. Arthur Pelletier, de
The people of the Territory of Montana, to
the above named defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summon. d to be and appear
before me, A. Labrie, justice of the peace, in
and for the County of Deer Lodgie. at my oflice
in Philipsburg on Friday. the 9th day of Sept.
1887. at 10 o'clock a. in. (1 alaid day, then and
there to make answer to the complaint of John
McKetric. the above named plaintith in a civil
action to recover the stlsu of two huidred and
fifty dollars ($250) for labor performecd for you,
the defendant by plaintiff, during the year of
1887, as will more fully appear in comp:aint
herein on hie, and in default thereof J udgment
will be rendered against you, Arthur Pcl:etIer.
the above named defendant, for the sumn of
two hundred and fifty ('3O0) dollars and costs of
suit in his behalf expended.
Given under my hand this 15th day of Aug.,
A. D., 1887. A. LABRI E,
:O-4t Justice of the Peace of said Township.
TERRITORY OF MFO.TANA, 1
County of I heer Lodge, (
In the Justice's court cf Plilpsbhurg township.
before A. Labrie, Justice of the Peace,
C. M. Coo., plaintiff, vs. Arthur Pelletier, de
The people of the Territory of Montana, to the
above named defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned to be and appear
before me, A. Labrie, a Justice of the Peace, in
and for the County ef Deer Lodge, at my office in
Philipsburg on Friday, the lth day of Sept.., A. D..
1187, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, then and there
to make answer to the complaint of C. M. Coon
the above named Plaintiff, in a civil
action to recover the sum of tvo hundred and
fifty dollars ($2:.0) for labor performed for you,
the defendant, by plaintiff during the year 1887,
as will more fully appear in complaint on file,
and in default thereof Judgment will be render
ed against you, Arthur Pelletier, the above named
defendant, for the sum of '50 dollars and costs
of suit in his behalf expende(d.
Given under my hand this 13th day of Aug.,
A. D., 1817. A. LABRIE,
It Justice of the Peace of said Township.
TERRITORIY OF MONTANA,
County of Deer Lodge, )
In the Justice's court of Philipsburg township,
before A. Labrie, justice of peace, W. W .
Danney, plaintiff, vs. Arthur Pelletier, dte
The people of the Territory of Montana, to the
above named defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned to be and appcar be
fore me, A. Labrie,a justice of the peace, m and for
the county of Dekr Lodge, at may office in Phil
ipsburg on the i9th day of Sept., A. D., 1887, at
10 o'clock a. m. of said day. Thea and there to
make answer to the complaint of W. S. Danney,
the above named plaintiff, in a civil action
to recover the sum of two hundred and fifty
dollars i $2'50) for labor performed for you, the
defendant, by plaintiff. during the year of 1887,
and in default thereof judgment will
be rendered against you, Arthur Pelletier, the
above named defendant, for the sum of two
hundred and fifty (250) dollars, and ctts of suit
in plaintiff's behalf expended.
Given under my hand this 15th day of Aug., A.
D., 1817. A. LABRIE,
It Justice of the Peace for said Township.
Notice of Final Proof.
UI. S. LAND OFFICE,
JIELENA,M. T., Aug. (, I-S17. i
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler ha fi!led notice of his intention
to make final Iroof in support of hi claim,
and that -aid proof will ble made before the
Register and Leceiter at Helena, Mont., on
Spclt. 24, 19~,7, viz: GEORGE COULTER, one
of the heirs tf amuel Coulter, deceased, who
made HIonmestead Application, No. 1,310, fr
the s !'1 e1 s c.4 nw 4; in wi. ef c,see 14, t1).
6i a r 14 w.
lie nanies the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of, said land, viz: John Yanidell, Williami
Shuh, Duncan Campbell, John G. McLean, all
of Philipsbu.rg, Mont.
S. W. .LANGIORNE, Register.
11. Forrest Titus. att'y for claimnant.
First publication, Aug. 18, 1887.
Notice of Final Entry.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE,
HELENA, M. T., Aug. ti, 1887.)
Notice is hereby given that the following-nam
ed settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before Oren Emer
son, Probate Judge of the Deer Lodge Court, at
Deer Lodge, on Sept. 2t, 1887, viz.: THOMAS W.
liItNSON, who made Pre-emption D C,
No. 8,011) for the n'i n e.4 sec :t1, tp 7 n, r 14w.
lie names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: James Officer, Frank Young,
LeeC(. Degenhart, Charles Levens, all of Philips
S. W. L.tANr.ORNE, Register.
H. Forrest Titus. ati'y for claimants.
First Publication Aug.18, 18-i. 30-C4t
The public are notified that the undersigned
has this day sold to Homer Sweitzer his undivided
one-half interest in the saloon business situated
in Philipsburg, known as the Smith & Noble sa
loon. The business will be continued as Noble
& Sweitzer at the old stand, the new firm assum
ing all liabilities and collecting all debts due the
old firm. GEO. W. SrITH.
PHIIL1PSBURG M. T., June 7.1887. 20-12t
Notice is herIby g~iven that the co~partner
ship heretofore exietingr between W*. T. Ward
and Thos. Giblin, under the fir:n unme of Ward
& Giblin, is this day dissolved. All debts due
said firm and all debts owed by said firm will
be paid by W. T. Wa'd, who will continue the
busi ies. WM. T. WAl:).
Philipsburg, 3. T., July 23, 1857.
[Through mistake this notice did not appear
in the last two numbers of the MisL.-w. T.
I:otiee to Co-Owner.
To Tol.ert B. Eurghardi:
You are hereby notified that I, IfHnry K1natz
yourco-owners,hav'e, in accordance with Section
2,32t,of the revised statutes of the United States.
expended in labor annl improvements upon the
Badger Iloy quartz lode mining claim, located in
Flint Creek Mining District, Deer longe countty,
Montana territory, for the year 1,.,i. the
sum of one hunidred dollars (8$10); you are here
by further notitfied that unless you contribute
your proportion of such expenditure,
together with interest and costs, within
ninety days after the complete service of
this notice by publication, all your right, title,
interest and claim in and to the above dscribed
quartz lode mining c:atm will become the prop
erty of the undersigned, our c-owners,whohave
performed the work and made the required ex
,enditure thereon. HENir KNATZ.
PiumLPSBURG, M. T., July 7. 24-l11w
Notice to Co-Owner,
To Robert B. Ilurghardt:
You are hereby notified that I, Henry Knatz,
.our co-owner, have, in accordance with Section
"i3"t, of the revisdl statutes of the United St;tes
exPendedl in labor and improvements open the
lig ('hief quaurtz lode mining claim, located in
Flirt Creek mining district, uDer Lodge county,
Montana territory, for the year 1888, the sum of
one hundred dollars ( $100): you are hereby fur
ther notified that unless you contribute your
proportion of suc-h expenditure, tofether with
interest and costs, within ninety days after the
complete service of this notice by publicatiou
all your right, title, interest and claim in and
to the above derscribed quartz lode mining claim
will lbecome the proprty of ti," underrizned
your co-owner, who has .erformed the work adul
inadethe required expenditure thereon.
SILtnrv E.N Tz.
Plillpsburg. ,t-at., J:ey 7, 1;-l7.
Notice to ('o-Gwuner,
To Milchael O'IH'u:an:
You are hereby notified that I, Lawrence 8.
Donelan, your co-owner,have, in accordance with
Section 2,324 of the revisedstatutes of the Unit,,d
States expended in labor and improvements upon
theMcDonald qclartz lode mining claim,located in
Flint ('reek mining district, Deer Lodge county.
Montana Territory, for the years 1,5a ma:d li;,
the sum of two hundred dollars ($200); you arm
hereby further notified that unless you cctrib
ute your proportion of such expendliture, to
nether with interest and costs, within ninety
(900) days after the complete service of this
_notic, by publication, all your right, title, inter
est and claim in and to the above re.scrih:bi
quartz lode mining claim will become the pre.
arty of the undersiened. you co-owner. who h,_s
rerformed the work and made the required -
r--nditure thereon. LAWRENCE DONEL-L