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Relirutla1 CommunlllUl ations cve.Iy seconld anld fourth 6,atu.days of cach nlmolth. Tihitiunm brothers are cordially invited to attend. JAS. HANSEN, w. Mr. G.V. SIIEa'IAN, See'. KIG" 'Ts 0F' PYTIFTAS PHIILIPSBURG LODGE, NO. 20. Meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in Masonic Iall. All visiting brothers are sordiaily invited to attend meetings. IL L. Rol1uels. C. C. BE.Jj. PIzzu. K. of R. & S. . 0.0. V. CABLE LODGE, NO. 9. Cable Lodge, No. 9, meets every Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Masonic hall. All vis iting brothers are cordially invited to attend. WE. RA.tsEY, N. G. BENJ. PIZER, Sec'y. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. L kBRIE, X. D., PHYsICIAN AND SURGEON. PHILIPSBURG, - MONTANA. ,'. I. ALLEN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGIEON, Diseases of women specially treated. Office Hospital, Sansome and Sutter Sts. r'HILIPS5URG. - - - MONTANA. C. X. BO wI I, PHY..I:T-,N AND SURGEEOI, Calls Promptly A tcn :'d: t:, in Town or Country. 01.ce at City Drug Store, P: ip iburg. - . - Montana. PaCrT.ICt S r: :Er LOzGE Co. Ottice t ,soth end of Sil'.er L:.ke taol' 'HIi, s i. , I - - 'liNT:;A. U7. U.I. :3 T1'lf OODif.19.). ti. SURGEON DENTIST, Has located 1. rmanoutly in Plhilipsl!nr'r and is '.r"-a ed' to do all rk Uf'erlaii.lg to D)ci tistry. Crown and Bridge work a specialty, CONNELLY BUILDING. - PHILIPBSUPG. WVUNGFIELD L. BROWYN ATTORNEY AT LAW A NOTARY PUBLIC. All legal business promptly attended to. i8e attention paid to collection. Office. Silver Lake building, over Postoffice. PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. C. M. Crutchfield. H. F. Titus, TITUS & CRUTCHFIELD, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Special attention given to applicjt:ous f:r inneral and agricultural platents, :u contests before the Lad Oie0cc and ilterior Depart ment. PUILIPSURIa, - MONTANA, D. M. I)UtRi'EET. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Prosrcuting Attorney for Deer Lodlls county. Legal business uof all kinds proimptly atitended to. PHILIPsxr RG, - MONTANA. KELLOGG & CRALL.E, CIVIL ENGINEER, [DrPUTY U.JS. Mineral Surveyor.] Orders for surveys of mineral and agricultura lands will receive penorut attention. PHILIPSBURG, MONT. G. A. KORSIIERG, CIVIL ENGINEER, 1'. S. Deputy mineral surveyor. All wuwrk promptly attended to. Orders can be left with P. D. Prow.n in my abhse!e. NOTICE. CONSUMERS OF WATER, Are notified that all rates m-:et be paid prunp~ly All persons using water from the companuys hs drants and not paying thereforviil ie prur-e cuted to the full extent of the law. IKE N. SMITH, Collector IKE W. SMITH, ACCIDEN. INSURANCE. All indemnities paid through E. L. Leiget. at the Granite office; Chas. E. Gable. of the Sydney; Eugene Smith, of the San Francisco and Ftr. .. Stevens of the Hope, Accident policies of all occupations written up. No delay in gettingyour pay for accidents. Walter Matheson, state agent, Ilelena. Mont W. J. SWARTY, ToNsoRIAL ARTIST, Shaving. Hair Catting and Shampooing neatly and promptly attended to. GuNITrE. - MONTANA. PHILIPSBURG WATER COMPANY. NOTICE--Parties having hydrants will be allowed to use water free for sprinkl ing streets between the hours of 9 to 10 A. M.; 3 to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M. Parties using water for this purpose at any other hours will be charged $2.50 per month. J. K. PARDEE, Supt. P. W. Co. GRANITE NEWS NOTES. NEWS OF A LOCAL CHARACTER FROM THE HILL. Paragraphs Pertaining to People and Places-Graded GCtherings From Onr Gad-About Gossiper in Gran ite. The residents of the Hill were extreme ly surprised last Monday when the fact became known that Capt. J. W. Plum mer, who for so long has been superin tendent of the Granite Mountain com pany, had resigned that position. Mr. Paul A. Fusz will fill the vacancy temporarily until a new superintendent is appointeo. Uncle Philip, our old pioneer tailor, will leave Granite shortly for Butte, where he will join his comrades of Lin coln Post, No. 2, to go to Columbus Ohio, to attend the soldiers' reunion of the Grand Army of the Republic. Business on the Hill seems to be much more satisfactory the past few days than for moiths before. The merchants are all in good hopes of a more prosperous future. J. F. Fox will leave for Butte this week to take charge of the fruit and confectionery store of his partner, Louie Cohen, during his absence in the east. The democratic primaries will be held next Saturday to elect twelve delegates to the county convention to be held at Deer Lodge on the 8th of September. Mike Moore is enjoying himself for a few days on Rock creek with gun and rod. His brother Jim is attending to the business during his absence. Charlie Youlding, who has for some time been employed with J. F. Fox, will in the future be found at the store of W. J. Allason, the jeweler. John Wall and family have removed to the Burg. Mr. Wall will be engaged at the Bi- etallic mill during its construc tion. Louis Sohardt has returned from Greg s.on Springs, and now contemplates mak ing a trip to his old home in York state. J. P. Butler returned to Butte Thurs day, where he has been spending a few days with friends. Don Greer returned from Cheyenne, XWyoming, Monday, and reports a very pleasant trip. 'r.S. ' F, ink Tollywood has returned to W\'rm Springs, hoping to improve her health. Dan Grant went to Anaconda Satur day to dispose of some town property. Harry i-natz is expected home from the Sprinegs this week. Call on Dot- Greer for anything in the furniture line. Excrything first-class. When yo g to o Granite stop at the Elliott faa. I)on Gr.cr, contrae.or, builder and un dertaker. Dr. W. H. Pittwood, the dentist, will be in Granite evary Monday and Friday to attend to the wants of his patrons in the dental line. Don (reer keeps a complete line of chamber sets at lowest prices. Ch(rles Egbert Craddock. A very small woman; so lame she can scarcely cross the floor unaided. Slight and yet square in figure. A small, white face, with the withered whiteness of one whose health had always been delicate. Pale, neutral brown hair and eyes and a formal primness of manner like that of a shy. clever woman who has lived much in retirement. The only hint one gets of the great author is in the impression she gi\vs of seeing and noting everything: of wevsghing and estimating every one about her a'.n having a marvelous concentra tion of attention; but her reserve is in finite.-Cor. New Orleans Times-Demo crat. Parental Influence in Persia. Besides their lack of proper schooling, the Persian children are not taught sufficiently by their parents what is right and good. Fathers will not only not for bid their children to be cruel to poor cats and dogs, or to servants and slaves, but they will often stand by and encourage them when torturing poor brutes or tor menting people. They also do not teach them to be truthful, but on the contrary, rather, incline them to tell lies. These two things-cruelty and untruth--are especially what is bad about the children in Persia.--Wolf von Schierbrand in Cos mopolitan. Temperature and Electric Currents. Late observers have found that the temperature of a wire conveying electric currents varies wiih the air pressures surrounding it. A wire which remained dull at ordinary atmospheric pressure became incandescent in a moderate vac uum, while on the other hand, a current which would fuse a wire at ordinary pressure will scarcely Lredden it if the pressure is sufficiently increasd. -Ar kansaw Traveler. Absurdity of Angels' Wings. The angel in art has got to go. Mr. Beard, of the New York Art Students' League, in a lecture has shovn the ab surdity of giving to the artistic angel the wings of a bird, showing by drawirngs the impossibiihty unatomically and the absurdity artistically of the conventional art angel.-Chicago Herald. New steel pens often fail to flow properly. Moisten them in the mouth and rub dry on a l:en wiper, a blotter or a piece of unsized paper. They will work then. When starting on a buffalo hunt the Indians were in the habit of painting themselves with brighter colors than at any other time. A constant and disagreeable sweet taste has been reported in one case as a result of the substitution of saccharin for sugar. Contagion in Court. The state analyst of New Jersey, in a recent trial, when called upon to take an oath as witness, avoided kissing the Bible on the ground that he might con tract disease by so (loi.,, saying: "So many different persons have kissed that book that I do not think it safe to touch my lips to it." The court held that the witess must kiss the book, an.nd he re 1,::tutly did sd. This se'mn; like a tri £Li_ matter, and yet itr ii ht ~e a serious one. The danger of coatracti-g disease in this way is not imaginary. Until courts so disinfect the Bible on which oaths are taken as to make the act cf kissing it safe, we would advise the prac ticing of a device which the writer has for years employed, viz.: to kiss the fin gers with w-hich he holds the book. Scierce. Dreaded by Hlotel Clerks. A hotel clerk is presumed to be equal to any assault at words inflicted upon him, and, as a rule, this presumption is correct, but there is one individual whose name is legion, who is reponsibL:e for all the suicides of hotel clerks throughout the country. It is the many who tell you something and adds '"eh?" or *"ain't it?" after each sentence. He await:, your indorsement of what he is saying., and if at any stage of the conversation you fail to r -nid he will pull your sleeve. and insist on your sa' it; ."-yes." We meet him every day, and dread himn as the :vuna e mother does the scarlet fever.-G Iob -Demo.rai . The man who uses swear wordy i I.,: jec'ives sh!vws a pacitv of Itn L The Grahite Directory A. O. U. W. GRANITE LODGE, No. ,4, Meets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, at Treveaille's hall. Visiting brothers in good standing cordially invited to attend. T. J. DOUGHEETY, M. W. N. A. McDoNAlD, Rec. KNIGHTS OF PYTIIIAS, ,MOUNTAIN LODGE, No. 21. Meets every Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Treveaille's hall. All visiting brothers are cor dially invited to attend. O. A. TIBBETTS, C. C. J. C. ARGALL, K. of R. & S. ATTORON . V AT LAW, All legal business promptly attended to. Min ing work a specialty. GRANITE, -- - MONTANA. WHI. F. BIDLING3IAYiER, THE GRANITE BAKEP.Y AND CONfEC TIONERY. Also Dealer in Live ro:altry. GRANITE, - - - MONTANA. FOR SALE OR RENT. STORE AND DWELLING-HOUSES IN GRANITE, M O'TAT . A. C. TITC'I'CMB. HERTZ & GODFREY, lin Sh it In\Y~Iak Til Slcet PImo n trip Job:ing and Copper Smithi.g. All kinds of jobbing promptly atte.decJ to. Also tin roofing. GRANITE, - - MONTANA. Jos.PetersOo GRANITE, IMON TAN A. NAILED SHIOES! Best and Largest Line of Nailed Shoes IN MONTANA At prices that Defy competition, -AT Jos. Peters Co. K. of L. Building, Granite. Stanley, Cain & Co. Dealers in Family Groceries And Produce of All Kinds. GRANITE, - - MONTANA. Below Montana Liquor Store, HUGH KANE, Merchant Tailor. A select line of Fall and Winter Suitings at bed-rock prices. Con. People's Block, Granite, Montana. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. [No. 2,07L] APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U. S. LAND OFFICE, HELENA, M. T. July 5, 1.88. Notice is hereby given that Salton Cameron. whose po ,tetfice address is Pyrenees. Deer Lodge county, Montana territory, has this day filed his application for a patent for 1,5 .0 linear feet of DARDANELLES LODE mine or ?-ein bearing gold and other metals, with surface ,ground 58) feet in width; also 3.ei acres of non-mineral ground for a nilsite; situated in (ieorgetown mining dis trict, county of D.er Lod.,e and territory of Montana. and designated by the field notes and offieial !iat on file in this office as lots numbers .3iA and B in township 5 north, range 13 west of principai base line and meridian of Ainntana ter Sitory, said lots numbers 53 A and B being as fol lows, to-wit : Lot 53 A beginning at the northeast corner a granite stone 21x14x12 inches, 20 inches deep, marked 1-2036 A, from which the Initial Point bears north 63 deg 41 min east 4100.7 feet, and running thence south 37 deg 33 min west 1,.'5J feet; thence north 44 deg -t min west 580 feet; thence north 37 deg 33 min east 1,580 feet: thenca south 44 de:, 40 min east 5811 feet to place of bexgin ning. containing an area of 19.78 acres, of which 1.65 acres is in conflict with survey No. 2,087, and 0.06 acres with survey No 2,01i. Lot 5: B commencing at a granite stone 25x12x10 inches, 20 inches deep, marked 1-_x36 B, from which the Initial point for this district bears north 70 deg :7 min east 4,.lI.3 f4 et, and running thence south (ldeg 40 min east 3.5 feet; thence south :7 (deg 33 min west 1,500 feet; thence north 44 deg 40 min west 72.5 feet; thence north 53 deg 48 min east 33 feet; thence north 26 dog 48 min east 501.5 feet: thence north 18 deg 30 min east 978 feet to the piice of beginning, containing an area of 3.05 ncres. Magnetic variation2l deg 30 min cast, contain ing 22.83 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the recorder's oflice of Deer Lodge county in book of The adjoining claimants are the Niantic and Pyrenees lodes on the west and northwest, the BTinner Fraction and Charles S. Parnell lodes on the north and northeast, and the Evening Star lode on the southeast. Any aidl all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Darda;4el.-:s loet and millsite, mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with ti.e repi t r of the Uimted 11t..t1s land oi'iec at ielsna, in the territory of Mon taa:. durine the sizxy daays' period o(, plblicatioin hereofx or they will be b rred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. S. W. Langhorne, Register. E. A. Cralle. U. S. Claim Agent. First publication July 12, t~,.. 2i [No 2065. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U. S. LAND OFFIt'E, 1 HELEXN, M. T., Joue 22, 18`8. } YNotice is hereby given that Franl D. Brown, whose postoltice address is l'hilipshurg, Deer Lodge county,t. T., has this day filed his aip plication for a patent for 14l7.8 linear feet of timhe PRINCE IMPERIAL mine or veiln, bearing silver and other metals, with surface ground 291.!8--41ti ) feet in width, situated in Flint Creek mining district, county of Deer Lode.:(, and territory of monlana, and designated by the iteld notes and official plat on file in this of tice as Lot Number 170, in Township 7 North, Range 13 West of principal base line an:id meridian of Mont:na territory, said Lot No. 170 hbeing as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner a pine post !' inches square, 4 feet long, 2 feet deep, marked 1-2_200 for corner No. 1, with a mound of rocks and earth around it, from which the quarter sec tion corner on the east boundary o(f ec. 24, T. 7 N., It. 11 W., bears south 78 dog 22 amin. wevst 4,1 feet, and running thence north 67 do :'7 1min. east 1502 feet; thence south 10 dug .. rain, east )0 feet: thence south 71) deg 27 min, w:-:t 1170 feet; thi.nce north, 10 ldog :: in, west 2e1.s feet to to the place of beginning, and containing an area of 15.(4 acres. fraom whicth tihe foilowing areias in conflict are excLndel and not claimed byi the an plicant, in conflict wvlt thet Magg'ie C. Extension lode insn rv:eyed), 1.39 acrts. with the Maggie C. lode (urnsurveyedt, 1.49 acres: with the American Flag lode (unsurveyed), 0.72 acres; leaving an area of 11.44 acres, ciaimod by the above-named apelicact. The location of this mine is recorded in thc Recorder's oifice of Deer Lodge county. The adjoining claims are on t he south. survey No. 1918, th.- Porter lode, theii Hope mining coil pany, applicants. S. W. L4E,.aHOaNE. iNgister. RIcHARn KoeN .ERi, Att'y for Applicant. First 1iblic ation, .Tlun: 22. ';,iriei i-i her1·i, pivi - t ii! the Ir (;·,r toolv ( olixt'iid iiid V~inin" ri~1 101,un' 1i, IL ii ttOIl R~l~e' 1: od~t 'e'' ll;ci: Ia· it i,~ (I .,ot a;e ~ c·:ircl~l ( ti 'i'arr ci L Tiici d-c~tiox e~ tti';I.jl' iv : I.i(r C'd od tC ttn~IitOP (in I~rt:tc P elr 1 ~ l I' 1 ~LW li-doi enic i~ ..iic l iii,,e A-, ll·~;~ Iia~~n ai lo iI' ax iii I.e -!ti ::l'r~ h~linic 1 Xii ct of ;·ei mx ipi ia-i f1(U ined at~id lu!ifitci.:t Ct Mont1 in I t~iii Aoi aii E!~cii ~i l B''hii~l~jri~i r· iiih'n" iiev't corn 'irxx t (No. 2,0711. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U:rITED 3s?_TEmS LAND OFr-PI:E. HELENA, NO1NT'AN, JULY I'. i1.. 5 Notice is hereby <iven that EIdgar 1. HTolland, Josiah Shull and Steven Sever son, whose postofttice address is Philips burg, Deer Lodge county, Montana iter ritory, have this day filed their appli cation for a patent for 1.296 linear feet of the GREAT WESTERN lode minining claim, situated in Flint (reek minining district, Deer Lodge county, Montana territory, and desinated by i the official plat and field notes on file in this office as Lot No. 164, Township 7 N., Range 13 W., being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner a granite stone, witnessed by bearing trees, and marked 1-2277 for corner No. 1, from which the initial point No. 2, Township 7 N., Range 13 W., bears north 71 des, 47 nuin east 2,643 feet, and run ning thence north 36 deg, 50 mrin west, 682 feet; thence south 82 deg, 12 nmin west. 9(1) feet: thence south 16 deg, 0 minii west. 32(i feet; thence south 3t: deg, 50 miin east, 342 feet; thence north S2 deg, 12 min east, 1.296 feet, to the place of beginning, containing an area of 16.74 acres. of which 2.I) acres are in conflict with Susie If. lode, unsurveyed and claimed. The location of this mine 'is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deer Lodge county, Montana, in Book P of Lodes, Page 347. The adjoining claims to these prem ises are survey 2.2223 Shoo Fly lode on the cast and the Susie I1. lode, unsur v-eyed, on the southeast. S. W. L .N-.HORNE. Register. J.TON Gir.IF.. Attorney for Claimna:ite. First )publication, July 2. each year. It is an enc7 clopodia of useful infer mation for all who rir chase the luxuries or the necessities of life. T17 can clothe you and furnish you with all the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride, walk, dance, sleep, eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, or stay at home, and in various sizes, styles and quantities. Just figure out what is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair estimate of the value of the BUYERS' GUIDE, which will be sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, MONTGOMERY WARD a CO. 111-114 Miohisga Avenue, Chioao, MI SUMMONS. In the district court of the second judicial dis trict of the territory of Montana, in and for the county of Deer Lodge. JOsEPr RIDsL., plaintiff, vs. RosA RmDDELL, Defendatnt. The people of Montana send grectingto Rosa Riddell, the above named defendant. You are hereby required to appear in n; action brought aginst you by the above named plain tiff, in the district court of the second judicial district of the territory of Montana, in and for the county of Deer Lodge, and to answer the complaiut filed thereiu within ten days-exclu sive of the day of service--after the service on yon of this summons, if served in this coun ty, but if served out of this county and in this district, twenty days, ottierwise forty days, or judgment by default will be take-n against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of said court that the bonds of matrimony now existing between plaintiff and defendant be dis solved, and for such other and further relief as to the court may seem meet and proper. For causeaof action plaintiff alleles th:t on the second day of February, li85, defendant wilfully without cause deserted and abandoned plaintiff. ani continued so to do; and for second call of action plaintiff alleges that the defendant has since said marriage (i-th day of December, is i) treated said plaintiff in a cruel and in humane ianner. All of which will more fully appear by plaintiff's complaint on file herein. And you are hereby notified, that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint as above re quired, the sa'd plaintiff will take a default against you and apply to th:, court for the re lief demanded in said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the die trict court, in and for the county of Deer Lodgt-, territory of Montana, this [sEAL] 5th day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight. F. E. CORBETT, Clerk. By W. Na\Pro, Deputy Clerk. 29-4t [No. '2103.] APPLICATION FOR. A PATENT. i. S. LAnl OFsCEr, ITELE.A, 3. T., August 7, 188. . Notice is herclv -'iven that Thonias Iyn.'es, w:hose pottdOice addre-q i, Philips btrg, leer Lodge, colinty, Montana, has this doi "ihd his aplict'ionc for a patent for !.:1.5 linelr feet of the IKiTY rode tuinilg nei m, situaited in Flint Creek nmining district, Deer ,. ,d' e county, M.'utana territory, ,and de,.sinatucd by the otfiiail survey thereof as Lot No. 17; in Township 7 north, Range 1. west, and being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner where is set a granite stone 24x12x6i inches, 18 inches deep, marked 1-2340 for corner No. 1, from which the northeast corner of Section 3d, Township 7 north, Range 14 west bears S 6ti dte. 58 min west 9,501.4 feet, and running thence south 87 deg, 39) ain east 1,00ti.5 feet; thence north 2 deg, 21 mmnn east 101 feet; thence north 3 deg. 30 min west 3001.5 feet; thence north 87 deo, 39 min west 1,366 feet; thence south " deg, 21 min west 6100 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of S1P.12 aires. The location of this mine is recorded in the rectode,l d olfice of Deer Lodge county, MIon tana, in Book M, Page 511. The adjoining claims are the Drifter lode (unsurveyed) on the east, the Moulton lode (uinsucrveed) on the southeast .and survey 2,:141 the Old Chief lode on the west. S. W. LANHIhORtXE, Register. ohlln Gillie, attorney for claimant. First publication, August 9. L2,o03.l APPLICATION FOR PATENT. UNIrED STATES LAND OFFICE, HELENA,. MONTANA, JULY '0, 18S. Notice is hereby given that Edgalr I. Holland, Josiah Shull and Steven Sever son, whose posto4ilce address is Philips burg. Deer Led,.e county, Montana ter ritory, have this day filed their appli cation for a patent ftor 1,389.3 linear feet of the STS1 E I1. lode miliing claim, situated in Fuint C'reek mining district, Deer Lod'oe c.., ,i.ty, Mouitani a teriitory and d.igt.., .vx the ,fiic i plat alit field notes con ile in ti.- oiaie as Lot lb, Tw.Ims-h M I N., le 1V., L being irnie piar.!ie,.larly ,e1crilbed as follows. to -wit : 'c"gi:n: nig at the southeast corner a ::;!itie sto!te 26!il12x8 inches, set 18 inchesl deep, with a mound of earth alongside. marked 1-2278. from which tile initial point No. 2, Township 7 N., la .ge 13 ., bears north 03 dog, 47 nin east 1,80'7.8 feet, 'amid running thence north 19 der west, 0iO0 feet; thence south 70 der,, 32 main west, 1,389 feet: thence south 1l deg east, 5:12 feet: thence north 7:; de.g, 2) rin t 1,, .5, to the place of ''eei'i':nig, containing an area of 18.04 acre-, of which 2.45 atres are in contlict with I arvey 2,223 and clainied, and 2.Pli tlacres are in conflict with survey 2.277, not lainmed, laving 13.035 ,cres claimed by the above named apjilicants. 'i'he location of this mine is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deer Lodge county, Montana, in Book P, The adjoining claims to these prem ises a-ire survey 2,22.3 Shoo Fly lode on the northeast, survey 2,149 Pride of the West on the south, survey 2,109 Tear Away lode on the east and survey 2,277 (ireat Western lode on the northwest. S. W. LANc.nerNE, Regis er. Jous (GILLIE. Attorney for Claimants. First publication, July 26. ). ;2o04.] APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. '. . L.ANxi OFFI('E, | ITEI rLX., 1. T., July 30. 1888. i Notice is 1n, re ' given that the Georgetown (Consoillate'I Mining conm pany, by its att Irney-ini-fact, whose pistoltice address is Pyvrenees, Deer .,Lod'e contiv, MIontana tcrritory, have this slay filed their application i;fr a pat uent for in'een (1. ) lihunidred linear tfet of tih EVI:P'NI `.( STAR lode mine or vt i, h, arin. gold and' other metals, \viii: surface ground six (i00) huindren feet il widlth. -ituinted in ..eore.towni mininl distri~ct, col:i:y of Le)cc Lodge, and territoy of .ii.td , ond desig nhatId th1 field f tcs -and Miiidial plat a, file in thlids o:ilc as Lt N,. 57, in Township "5 Northl, flange 13 West, of prIntipal }.I.-e 1 an,. mceridian ,of iiMonitan1a tlrritcry, said Lot No. 37, be ingi as fi'olow. to-wit: i,,ininig at the northwest corner a granite stone 26x12xs( inches, 20 inches deep, marked 1-20,3i, from which the ini;ial point for this district hears north 3S deg~, 20 niin east, 5,:21.5 feet, and irunni.ngi thence south 5s deg, 42 alin east, f.4) feet; thence south 47 deg, 30 min west, I,,5. feet; thence north 58 deg, 42 min west. tit6 feet: thence north 47 deg., 30 mnin east, 1,500 feet, to the place of Ieginninig, c(nlitaiiiiiim an area of 19.83 acres. excluding an area of (.0.6 acres in coniclict with survey No. 2,036 A, leavinxi a net area claimed of 19.77 acres, of which 4.94 acres are in conflict with survey 2,09.0 and 2.6S acres are in con thlit with survey 2,145. Magnetic variation 21 deg, 30 mrin. Thie Loction of this mine is recordedi in the recorder's ottice of Deer Lodge Scounty, in hook ), page 52. IThIte a.djoining culimants are the Darda nelles and Charles S. Parnell lodes on the north and northwest; the Free Speech, Dal-'s Gulch Placer and Black Moon Iractior. on the east and south. Any and all persons claiming adve se Ii any portion of said Evening Star Il.le inine or surface gr:,und are re quired to file their adverse ciai',s with the register of the United States land of tice at Helena. in the territory of M3on ta na, during the sixty davyi period of pulicautio, ihereof.t r they will be barred ib ir'ue of the priov- ics of the stat S.'W L xflerister. r. A. C ',.TX., L'. S. (Caim iiAgr;t. First publi-:timn, ina-t 2, i SS. IDESEL T LAND, FINAL i-o;ut-NOTIt'E FOR PUBLICATION. UNSITE STATES LAND OFFICE. ) HELENA, M1. T., .igly :,1, ._5. . Noti'e is hl'lrebv i ei ti-: L n.mert NI. An tder-son, of Stone St:ttimn, Deer Lodg'e county, Monta;na, has filed notice of intelltion to ilake proof on his desert laund clain, No. 1.309, for the n e?;, ei-, n w3-, and Lots 1 and 2, Sec. 30, Tp. 9 n, I 18 w, before the probate judge of Deer Lodire county, at Deer Lodge, on Satur day, the 15th day of September, 1858. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: John C. Fahey, of New Chicago; Benjamin R. Horton, James Byrn, Dominick Byrn, all of Stone Station, Montana. S. W. LAxOHORxN, Register. First publication August 9, 1888. FRANK D. BROWN, AGENT FOR TIIE Standarl Fire Insurance Companies World Just and equitable rates. Prompt payment of all losses. AGENT FOR WILSON'S ADDITION TO THE Townsite of Philipsburg. Choicest and most eligible residence lots to be found in any of the additions to the townsite. I respectfully solicit correspondence from parties desiring informa tion about this section. Frank D. Brown, - - Philipsburg. J.A.& J.B.FEATHER AN New Chicago and Drummond, HATE A CARLOAD OF Wood's ( Mowers, Hollingsworth Rakes, Shuttler Wagons and Reapers, Etc. " Also Dealers in FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE GENERAL MERCHANDISE, ETC. -NEW CHICAGO. -DRUMMOND. Large stock of binding twipe. Prices to compete with Deer Lodge and Helena. Broadway, Philipsburg. Below Imkamp's Corner L. W. SHODAIR, Confectioneries TOBACCO, CIGARS, Fruits, Fish, Etc., Etc. Coal Oil, wholesale and retail, our specialty. THE GRAND RIESTAUIRANT & ICE CREAi PARLOR LEADING SHORT ORDER hOUSE IN PIILIPSBURG. Grand Family Dinner every Sunday. Open Day and Night Fresh Bread for sale every day. Commutation Tickets $5.50 for $5.00. Regular Meal Tickets, $7.00. GEORGE MODINI, PROPI~IETOR, PHILIPSBURG, ALLISON & SHERMAN, --THE LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS S--AND CoI tratctor &BuilIders Carries a Full Line of Furniture, Doors, Sashes and Mouldings, Etc Sa ural Ilndlrtaking Business Done OfficeWareroom aid Locatcdone Door Below the Hynes Hotel, Broadway. ARTISTIC PRINTING ---AT- The Philipsburg Mail JOB OFFICE. Pioneer Blacksmith Shop, John G. McLean, Prop. Fine Blacksaiithin;,Heavy Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing a specialty. Wagon Carriage and Buggy repairing. The best Horseshoers in the county. Satisfaction given or no charge made. Cor. Broadway and Sansome sts., Philipsbura