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VOL. II. NO. 33. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. WHOLE NO. 85. Great Shock in Prices! BY Wm. Weinstein Causing a grand rush of business, the password being "The Good Shall Not Pay for the Bad," and that myself and Weinstein & Co., of Helena are among the heaviest shippers of Montana, thus enabling me to name as low prices as any house. Special Prices to Wholesale Purchasers! XRY GOODS, CLOTlHING, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Miners' & Carpenters' Tools RECEIVED DAILY ! Sole Agent for the Nitro-Safety Powder and Schlitz's Mil waukee Beer. A New Line of Wall Paper Just Received. Carpets and Curtains to Arrive this Week. Full Line of Ladies' and Gents' Fall and Winter Underwear. Also a Complete Line of Dress Goods. All mail orders will receive prompt attention. Respectfully, Wm. Weinstein. J. K. PARDEE, Pres't and Gen'l Manager. JOSEPH A. HYDE, Treasurer. A. A. McDONALD, Vice President. JOHN C. KING, Secretary Pearl Silver Mining Co. Philipsbiurg, Deer Lodge Co., Montana. Incorporated under the Laws of Mon- 50 ,0003 shares, full-paid and non-assess tana Territory. able; par value $10. 237,500 SHARES IN TREASURY. The mines of this company are situate in the Gu.n.rrT', midway be; tween the San Francisco and Granite Mountain mines. The vein is a true fissure. Present development on the property consists of a tunnel 390 feet on the vein, fr.,ml which workings large shil)mnlts of high-grade or:' have been made. In the tunnel 205 feet, a shaft is being raised to the surface, on which, when done, within thirty days, a steam hoist will be placed, and pinking will bIe prosecuted below the tunnel. For the work done, or development made, the Pearl makes the best showing of any mine ever opened in the granite in Flint Creek mining district. The original owners took their entire pay for the mines in stock. A limited amount of Treasury Stock will be sold at 50 cents per share, applications for which can be made to Joseph A. Hyde, Banker, Philipsburg, David Pritchard, Granite, H. L. Rodgers & Co., " " Buskett Mercantile Co., " J. W. Dawson, Broker, " Gus Meyers, " Con Peoples, Or to J. K. PARDEE, President and General Manager. SIMMONS & 00C. Brick Yard! Finest Brick in the District Furnished promptly and at rea sonable cost. PHILIPSBURG, - MONTANA. Kaiser Brothers' Saloon [Next door toLtaisir House. I A Carload Budwveiser Beer JUST RECEIVED. Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, always on hand. CARTIER & CO. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS i People's Market, PIIILIPSBURG AND GRANITE WNEN IN BUTTE, CALL ON FBANK M. NEWKIRK, 12 West Broadway, for Choice Frit, Can, igars and To. b~ooe. Etc. Edwards &Williams having Opened a General Carpenter anid Cabinet Shop e now Prepared to Do Anything in the line of Woodwork. Jobbing a specialty. Contract Work attended to. Promptness and superior work our motto. SHiOP: MONTGOMERY STREET, Below the Kaiser House. GO EAST VIA THE Northern Pacific R. R. -THE DINING CAR ROUTE --AND GREAT SHORT LINE TO ALL EASTERN CITIES, 250 Miles theiShortest Route to Chicago and all pomts East. ONLY THROUGH CAR LINE Low Rates ! Quick Tine ! Pullman Palace Cas. For full information address F. H. BIRD, Agent, Philipsburg. S. F. Fee, Gen. Pam. Agent, St.Pau. W. S. TWOHY, Lumber Dealer. Eastern Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Floor ing and Ceiling. Fence Pickets, flat and square. NATIVE LUMBER ON HAND Bills Cut to Order. Office and yard one block from the depot. JAMES B. LEAHY, REAL ESTATE, Mining & Commission Co BROKERS. Bu~rE CITY, - - MONTANA. Will buy or sell Combiaation, Bi-Ictallic, San Francisco ALICE, NoULTON and GRANITm Stocks. Execute Orders for purchase or sale of ;stock and bonds at New York. Special attention given to the buying and sell ing of valuable mining property. A. SCHILLING, -THE Fashionable Tailor, PHILIPSBURG, MONT. All work neatly executed and satisfaction guaranteed. 67-tt THE KAISER HOUSE MI. KAISER, Prop'r. Everything First Class WELL-LIGHTED, AND HANDSOME ROOMS. Fire proof brick building; all mod ern improvements. Special accommodations for commer cial travelers. All stages stop at this hotel. M. KAISER, Prop'r. Kroger's Brewery, CHAS. KEOGER, Prop. KEG AND BOTTLED BEER. CONSTAxrLY ON HAND. "-"Orders by mail, or left at the Brewery, will receive prompt attention. PHILmPSBURG . MONTANA. Philipsbur Samplini Mill ORES BOUGHT at the highest market price. Agent for Omaha & Grant Smelting and Refining Co., Omaha. L. S. AUSTIN, Prop'r, ALLEN P. BOWIE, Druggist and Apothecary, MA.I STREET, PHILIPSBURG, - MONTANA Carres a full line of Family Medicines and Pure Drugs, Select Toilet Articles and genuine Patent Medicines Pres riptions carefully prepared night or day. AMONG THE LEDGES. OUR MINING EDITOR'S WEEKLN REPORT. Personals and Mints Notes-Granite -Pearl- Nonpareil - Little Black. toot District - g.nkleberg Dis. triet. PERSONALS AND MINING NOTES. J. Crites, well-known in mining circles at New Chicago, spent Tuesday in the Burg. . Capt. J. W. Plumme', rmerly uper intendent of the Granite company, went to Deer Lodge this morning. Some rich specimens of ore from the Dora Thorne are on exhibition at A. Meyers' barber-shop, Gramte. J. E. Price, one of our mining men, went to Butte last Saturday, to be gone several days, on mining business. Dr. Mitchell, of Deer Lodge, interested extensively in mining enterprises in Flint Creek and Dunkleberg districts, spent a day at the Burg this week. J. C. King, secretary of the Pearl min ing company, went to Butte this morn ing, where he will meet some eastern parties with whom he expects to make a big mining deal. Siegfried and O'Rourke, who have been prospecting in the St. Reiges and other localities, returned home this week, and say they think this district is good enough after all and have decided to try no other. During the past week the Hope com pany have put in their mill one of the latest improved Blake rock-breakers. The mill was shut down for a few days for repairs and a general cleaning up was indulged in. A. B. Hower, Philipsburg's former photographer, came in on Sunday's train from Nevada valley, where he has his photographic car. Mr. Hower expresses great faith in the future of the Ratta mine, in which he is an owner, and pro nounces it a sure dividend-payer. S. R. Hudson, of Emigrant gulch, is in town, negotiating with parties here to form an incorporation to work the Morn ing Star claim in that district, which with present indications is one of the most promising outlooks we have heard of from that vicinity. He has run a tunnel 130 feet. Several assays made range from $600 to $1,198.8 ounces of silver to the ton. Guy X. Piatt, local editor of the Butte Inter Mountain, came down from Cable last Thursday and paid Tim MAIL office a short call. Mr. Viatt is now reckoned among our fortunate mining men, which, in addition to being a newspaper man, ought to make him happy-wealth to come from the mines and glory from the newspaper work. Mr. Piatt is heavily interested in the Southern Cross com pany, recently stocked and incorporated, of which he is secretary. The mine is located in that famous Cable district and is likely to prove a fine property from all reports and indications. GRANITE. The output for the week ending Sep tember 5, was 37 bars of bullion, con taining 61,653.02 ounces silver and 33.26 ounces gold. PEARL. Work is developing the Pearl more satisfactorily every day. The vein is holding out strong. They are now down at the 200-foot level ,:nd the prospect is all that could be wished for. Ore in the tunnel header is high grade. NONPAREIL. John H. Huffman, one of the owners of the Nonpareil mine, in Boulder gulch, returning from there Monday, bringing with him some fine specimens of ore from that claim. They are down 140 feet in the shaft, and have a good body of rich ore, and from present indications there is not much danger of digging the bottom out. LITTLE BLACKFOOT DISTRICT. The Hi 'den Treasure mine is making a good showing. Twenty-five men are now at work taking out rich ore. The Telegraph is also making a good showing. Eight men are vigorously at work, and the prospects for a good mine in the near future are very encouraging. DUNKLEBERG DISTRICT. Dr. Mitchell will ship two carloads of ore from the Little Joe mine, and one from the Forest Rose, next week. A. B. Copp, working on the Cody prospect, has good indications for a pay ing property with a little more develop ment. Crites and Rowan have finished their contract of sinking on the Hatta. The shaft is row down 230 feet. and the mine is looking better than ever before. The troubles over the disputed Section 11 in the railroad extension right-of-way do not appear to be much nearer a set tlement now than they were before. Last Tuesday J. K. Pardee was arrested (n the cnarge of having the day before exploded giant powder cartridges at the railroad graders, thereby greatly endan daning their lives. Pardee was taken to Deer Lodge, Wednesday, where he was tried and acquitted of the charge. WANTED. Girl to do housework. Wages, $25 per month. No washing. J. W. DAWSON. A telephone dispatch to Tun MAIL from New Chicago announces that Mrs. M. F. Sherman, of that place, and Bobt. C. Harris, of Deer Lodge, were married by Judge Berry, of Drummond. The couple have gone to Boston on a wed ding trip, to return to Deer Lodge in about a month, where they will reside. The following telegram received in Philipsburg by H. L. Rodgers explains the chatacter of the company to appear here to-morrow night : "Salisbury's Trobadours showed in Missoula last night. Best company that has struck Montana. Will show in Philipsburg Friday night. You cannot recommend this company, too highly to your peo ple." .The telegram is signed by Walter F. Cushing, editor of the Item. DEER LODGE COUNTY DOINGS. Bricklayers are scarce in Anaconda at $6 per day. The Anaconda Presbyterian Church will be completed by November L ; Eveline Aldrich, the infant daughter of John and MaryAldrich, died August 25th, at Anaconda. Capt. and Mrs. J. H. Mills of Deer Lodge left for Columbus, Ohio, for a three weeks trip. The spire of the Catholic church is being completed in the tower, and as fast as it is done, it is elevated from the tower by rope and pulley.--Review. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Coleman returned this week, accompanied by Mrs. E. Mc Donel, after a week's visit at Anaconda and Philipsburg.-New Northwest. The "old man" of the New Northwest says he expects to be away by next issue thousandth issue of the New Northwest. He has been with it pretty continously for 999 weeks, and believeing in the luck of odd numbers, will take a lay-off for three weeks. A short time since it was stated in this paper that the Anaconda company con templated the construction of a tunnel 700.feet long for the purpose of conveying the smoke from the upper works to the top of the mountain and prevent it from coming over town. lCThe plans for this tunnel are now co:!.pletej and the build ing will be commenced as soon as a bid for the contract is accepted. This will be in a very short time.-Review. Commander H. A. Smurr, Geo. H. T!homas Post No. 4, G. A. R., expects to attend the Grand Army National En campment Columbus-his old home. We believe he was also one of the original seven members of the Knights of Pythias of the United States, and that order will hold a world's encampment at ; olumbus the week succeeding the G. A. R. All the C omrades of his Post wish their popular Commander a very pleasant trip.-New Northwest. The New Northwest has the following in regard to the killing of JamesMcGurren at Gold Creek: Thursday morning at 9 o'clock James McGurren, Pat Toner, Wm. Haney and the section boss named Mur ray were in the saloon building owned by McGurren at Gold Creek Station. Philip Allen, of Pioneer, rode up and called Mc Gurren out. McGurren said' "Come in. come in." Allen replied, "Come out; I want to speak to you." McGurren then went out to where Allen was, a few feet from the door. Allen then accused Mc Gurren of having branded one of his calves. McGurren said, "I did not." Al len answered, "You did." McGurren again replied, " Well, I did not," and turned to go into the saloon, when Allen fired at him with a rifle. McGurren fell, was carried into the saloon by the above mentioned men and shortly after died. In the meantime Allen had mount ed his horse and rode away toward the river. Keenan, who arrived soon after, examined the body and found a bullet hole in the breast, and as those present said McGurren was shot in the back the ball passed clear through him. Justice Dan Berry and Constable Thos. Carr, of Drummond, were telegraphed for and soon arrived. Sheriff Coleman was also telegraphed for and wasmeten route. A vigorous pursuit was instituted at once bnt Allen has not been captured. MONTANA NEWS. Butte has a Shakespearean club. Park street, Butte, is to be changed to Market. Castle will have a tri-weekly mail and wants a lock-up. The profit of the Drum Lummon for July was $32,000. H. H. Clark has been appointed post master at East Helena. East Helena won't have any (hinese around. Good for East Helena. A miner in the Anaconda mine at Butte had his scalp torn off last Friday. Last week in Butte J. A. Hasley and Miss (ora O'Neill eloped and were married. James Constant, a miner in the Gagnon mine in Butte, was killed by a falling rock last week. George H. Wright, proprietor of the Livingston Enterprise, will soon build a handsome new effice. Butte is at last to have a hotel. It will be three stories high. Alderman McDermott is building it. Forty-seven civil and eight criminal cases are on the docket for trial at the coming term of the district court at Boulder, Jefferson county. Often a great many ask how much high Žr Mount Helena is than the city, and no one seems to be able to answer the ques tion. Col. DeLacy says the peak of the mountain is 1.150 feet cbove the doorsill of the Brown block on Warren Street. H.elena is 4.120 feet above sea level, which mnakes the mountain 5,270 feet above sea level. These distances were taken by lelmick & Rector.-.independent. Hose Company No. 4 of the Helena fire department has been organized with a membership of twelve. The officers are: Geo. W. Gibbs, foreman; Thomas Scott, assistant foreman; Stephen Wallen, sec ond assistant foreman. The company has a brand new outfit, including a reel and 750 feet of hose. There will be a house secured for them at the earliest convenience and the seventh ward can feel sure of protection from now on.--In dependent. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. A Collation of Dispatches and Othei News Items, of Interest to Om Readers, Including All the Prin eipal Events of the Week. H. C. Buffington has sold the Macon (Mo.) Republican to A. W. Brock. Several houses and a dozen head of horses were burned at Elkton, Md., Fri day. Gen. Boulanger will contest the sena torial seat for the department of Haute vienne. Edward Sahls, long caterer to the Prince of Wales, died at Newport, R. I., Friday. W. C. Thomas, a builder at Wichita, Kas., was swindled out of $900 by sharpers. New Zealand will pay $.50,000 yearly toward the Australian-United States mail service. Clinton, a small town near Terra Haute, Ind., was almost wiped out by fire last week. The threatened passenger rate war be tween Eastern trunk lines is said to have been averted. At Chattanooga, Tenn., the Cleveland woolen mills, valued at $30,000, were de stroyed by fire. LaHarpe, Ill., is agitated over the mys terious disappearance of Joseph A Dodd, and old citizen. Nothing has been developed in the $10,000 package robbery at the New York postoffice. Louis Cohen, a dry goods merchant at Nogales, Ariz., was murdered and robbed Thursday night. The ezarine, the czarowitch and Grand Duchess Xenia, of St. Petersburg, have started for Gmunden. A. P. Asher, a lumberman well known throughout Missouri, was killed by the cars near Knobel, Ark. The shah of Persia intends to reach Baku on September 20, and thence to make a tour of Europe. [No. 2,115.1 APPLICATION FOR PATENT. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, HELENA, MONsTANA, September 4, 1888. Notice is hereby given that the Bi Metallic mining company. a corporation existing under the laws of the territory of Montana, by James B. Risque at torney-in-fact, whose postofhce address is Granite, Deer Lodge countv Mon tana, has this day filed its application for a patent for 1078.4 linear feet of the BLUE JAY lode mining claim, situ ated in Flint Creek mining district, Deer Lodge county, Montana territory and designated by the official plat and field notes on file in this office as lots Nos. 60 and 184, township 7 north, ranges 13 and 14 west heing more par ticularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner a granite stone 24x10x6 inches, set 16 inches deep with a mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-23:03 for corner No. 1, from which the one-quarter sec tion corner on the north boundary of section 36, township 7 north, range 14 west, bears north 44 deg 14 min west 3280.2 feet, and running thence south 74 deg .03 min east 939 feet; thence south 8 deg35min west 6.5 feet; thence south 79 deg west 1131 feet ; thence north 8 deg 35 min east 284.5 feet: thence north 39 deg, 50 min east 258.5 ft., to the place ofbeginning, containing an area of 6.11 acres claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this mine is recorded in the recorder's office at Deer Lodge county, Montana territory, in book 2 of forms, page 617. The adjoining claims are as follows: Survey 2,044, Bright Sun lode, on the north; survey No. 2,364, Accident lode, on the south ; survey No. 2,365, Baier lode on the southwest, and survey No. 2,367, Great Maria lode, on the northwest. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. First publication, September 6, 1888. 83 [No. 2,114.] APPLICATION FOR A PARENT. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, HELENA, MONTANA, September 4. 18.,. 5 Notice is hereby given that the Bi Metallic mining company, a corporation existing under the laws of the territory of Montana, by James B. Risque, attor ney-in-fact, whose postoffice address is Granite, Deer Lodge county, ,'ontana, has this day filed its application for a patent for 1,408 linear feet of the GREAT MARIA lode mining claim, situated in Flint . reek mining district, Deer Lodge county, '*ontana territory, and desig nated by the official plat and field notes on file in this office as Lot No. 61 in Township 7 north, Range 14 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northeast corner a granite stone, 30x12x10 inches, set 20 inches deep, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-2367 for corner No. 1, from which the one-quarter section corner on the north boundary of Section 36, Township 7 north, Range 14 west bears north 45 deg, 57 min west 3,208.4 feet, and running thence south 8 deg, 35 min west 121.5 feet; thence south 39 deg, 50 mrin west 258.5 feet; thence north 76 deg, 15 min west 1,262.5 feet; thence north 8 deg, 35 min east 166.5 feet; thence north 87 deg, 34 min east 82i3 feet; thence south 72 deg, 02 min east 586 feet, to the place of beginning, containing an area of 9.90 acres, of which 1.25 a'cres are in con flict with survey 2,150, not claiacd, leav ing an area of 8.65 acres cliaimed by the above-named applicant. The location of this mine is recorded in the recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana territory, in book of forms, page 529. The adjoining claims to these premises are survey No. 2,3)09, Silver Peak lode on the northwest, anJ Minnie II. lode, un surveyed, on the northwest, survey No. 2,150, Pride of the Dell lode on the north east, surves 2,044 1 right Sun lode and survey 2,366, Blue Jay lode on the east, survey 2,365, Baier lode on the south. 8. W. LANoHORNE, Register. First Publication, September 6, 1888. 33 [No. 2.118.] APPII 'ATION FOR A PATENT. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, HELENA, MONTANA, September 4, 1888. Notice is hereby given that the Bi Metallic mining company, a corporation existing under the laws of the territory of Montana, by James B. Risque, attor ney-in-fact, whose postoffice address is Granite, Deer Lodge county, Montana, has this day filed its application for a patent for 1,430 linear feet of the BLacK WARRIOR lode mining claim, situated in Flint (:reek mining district, Deer Lodge county, Montana territory, and desig nated by the official plat and field notes on file in this office as Lots No. 55 and 168 in Township 7 north, Ranges 14 and 13 west, being more particularly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner a wash boulder, 2' x10x8 inches, set 15 in ches deep, with a mound of earth along side, and marked 1-2288 for corner No. 1, from which the one-quarter section cor ner on the north boundary of Section 36, Township 7 north, Range 14 west, bears north 58 deg, 20 min west 2,007 feet, and running thence south 64 dog, 45 min east 1,430 feet; thence south 10 deg, 07 min west 313 feet; thence north 85 deg, 37 min west 596 feet; thence north 70 deg, 50 min west 797 feet; thence north 10 deg, 07 min east 620.5 feet, to the place of beginning, containing an area of 16.18 acres, of which 6.485 acres are in conflict with survey No. 2,944, survey No. 2,337, survey No. 2,150 and the Mamie H. lode, unsurveyed, leaving an area of 9.695 acres claimed by the above-named applicant. The location of this mine is recorded in the recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana territory, in book No. 2, of forms, page 54-3. The adjoining claims are survey No. 2,337, Sea Mew lode on the north; survey No. 2,144, Bright Sun lode on the south east; survey No. 2,150, Pride of the Dell and Mamie H. lode, unsurvcyed, on the southwest, and survey No. 2,309, Silver Peak lode on the west. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. First Publication, September 6, 1838. 3. [No. 2,117.] APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, HELENA, MONTANA, September 4,188 8. Notice is hereby given that the Bi \Metallic mining company, a corporation existing under the laws of the territory of Montana, by James B. Risque. at torrey-in-fact, whose postoflice address is Granite, IVeer Lodge county, Mon tana, has this day filed its application for a p:.tent for 1,337.5 linear feet of the ACCIDENT lode mining claim, designated by the official plat and field notes on file in this office as lots No. 58 and 183 in township 7 north, ranges 13 and 14 west, situated in Flint Creek mining district, Deer Lodge county, Montana territory, being more particuldarly de scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner, a granite stone 24x10xl0 inches, set 16 inches deep, with a mound of earth alonsideo and marked 1-2364, for corner No. 1, from which the one-quarter sec tion corner on the north boundary of section 33, township 7 north, range 14 west, bears north 36 deg 19 minutes west 3,512 3 feet, and running thence north 79 degrees east 1,205.5 leet; thence south 8 dleg 35 min west 374.5 feet; thence south 66 deg 40 min we-t 1337.5feet; thence north 8 dog 35 min east 677.5 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 13.71 acres, of which .997 acres are in conflict with survey No. 2,044, and the Emma J. lode, unsurveyed, not claimed, leaving an area of 12.71 acres claimed by the above-named applicant. The location of this mine is recorded in the recorder's office of )eer Lodge coun ty, Montana territory, in book of forms, page 550. The adjoining claims are as follows, to-wit: Survey No. 2,366, Blue Jay lode, on the north; survey No. 2,044, Bright Sun lode, on the northeast; Parade Ground lode, unsurveyed, on the east; the Emma J. lode, unsurveyed, on the southeast. and survey No. 2,365, Baier lode, on the northwest. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. First punlication, Setember 8, 1t&8. [I1o. 2,116.] APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, HELENA, MONTANA, September 4, 1888. Notice is hereby given that the Pi Metallic mining company, a corporation existing under the laws of the territory of Montana, by James B. Risque, attor ney-in-fact, whose postoflice address is Granite, I:eer Lodge county, Montana, has this day filed its application for a patent for 1,500 linear feet of the iAIER lode mining claim, situated in Flint Creek mining district, Deer Lodge coun ty, Montana territory, and designated by the official plat and field notes on file in this office as Lot No. 59 in Township 7 north. Range 14 west, Montana, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: B(ginning at the northeast corner a granite stone, 25x12x8 inches, set 22 in ches dleep, with a mound of earth along side, and marked 1 -2365 for corner No. 1, from which the one-quarter section cor ner on the north boundary of Section 36, Township 7 north, Range 14 west, bears north 39 dleg, 47 rmin west 3.316.7 feet, and running thence north 76 deg, 15 min west 1,500 feet; thence south 8 deg, 35 min west (102.4 feet; thence south 76 deg, 15 min east 1,5100 feet; thence north 8 deg, 35 min east 602.4 feet, to the place of beginning, containing an area of 20.66 acres claimed by the above-named appli eant. 'The location of this nine is recorded in the reortler's office of Deer Lodge coun ty, Montana territory, in book P of lodes, page 624. The adjoining claims to these premises are as follows, to-wit: Survey No. 2,367, Great, Maria lode on the north; survey No. 2,360i, Blue Jay lode on the north east. and survey No. 2,304, Accident lode on the southeast. S. W. LANU(HOuNF, Register. First Publieh~tio,n, September 6, IMM. :l3 NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. UNITED STATES LAND OFFIcE, # HLLENSA, MONTAN.\A1,AUGUST 31, 1l88. ) Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to ma:ke final proof in support of his claim, an i that said proof will be made before the probate jndtg: of Deer ILodg- county, at Deer Lodge, Montana. on O(ctoblr 20, 1e9, viz.: (ilbert L. Alwaterr, who made homestead application, No. 2,0 s. fir the s, n e'i, e , s ,!. See. 22, Tp.7 north, it. 14 west. lie name.., the following witnesses to prove hi4 continuous residence upon, ani cultivation o', said land viz.: Dav-id M. Durfee, Daniel Mo: gmn, Wi!liram (C. Bradshaw and George Ian - mond, all of Philipsburg, IMntana. S. W. L.tNouoto NE, Register. First Publication, September 6. ismW. 3.1 FORl SALE. A one-story, five-room frame house with cellar. Lot 120 feet front by 100 feet deep. Located near Kroger's brew ery, just above James Hansen's house, and formerly occupied by George P. Belcher. J. W. CARPE.NTrI, Agent, Kroger's Brewery saloon. tI.