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ANACONDA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1895.
ASurprising Number of Accidents of^Various Kinds.
DEATH OF WILLIAM MOIR
Mr.Haskell Breaks His Leg and Mr.^Patterson His Shoulder-Editor^Baker's Big Koot-A Foot^Race-Mining Matters.
IpeclalCorrespondence of the Standard.
Sheridan.Oct 13.^This part of Mail-^teon county has been more prolific of^accident* and fatalities during the last^week than In any like period for sev^^eral years past. Two deaths, which^may almost be called sudden ones;^several mln^ accidents, and two or^three fires, besides minor casualtl^s,^are among the record.
OnMondav last William Moir, fa^^miliarly known as ^Scotty,^ was found^dead In his bed, i\o having died dur^^ing the inlght from the effects of a bad^cold, which he had contracted, and^which had developed Into quick con^^sumption. Moir was an employe at the^Loiter mine and had come to Sheridan^for a few weeks' rest. He was a groat^favorite among his fellows, being a^man of superior intelligence, and he^was considered an authority upon al^^most all matters, historical, political,^social or otherwise, although he was^but -!) years of age. lie was a native^of Scotland, but has been in Montana^for several years past, employed In^mining. The remains were interred in^the Sheridan cemetery on Tu^ .-l.iy.
Anotherdeath, equally sudden, oc^^curred at the Kaston mine, six miles^from TbfMl Cltv. about 4 o i lock^last Thr^day morning. The deceased^In tills case was also a miner. His^name was Herman .Lang.', ^ native of^Baltimore. He Jiad been engaged In^placer mining through the summer, In^the vicinity of Ramshorai gulch; but,^finding It an unprofitable business, had^quit on Wednesday, and went to the^Kaston to work. He was put on the^night shift, going to work at 6 o'clock.^He worked till supper time, 11 o'clock,^when he came to 'the top and feeling^cold, laid down be.-Ude the 'boiler to^warm himself. His matea. aoeing that^he was far from well, carried him into^one of the bunk rooms amd put him^to bed. At about 4 o'clock in the morn^^ing the men In the 'bunk room heard a^groaning in bange's bed, and going 'to^his assistance, found him .lust breath^^ing his last. Coroner MoNulty was^sent for. amd held an Inquest on the^remains, the verdict being that he^came to his death from disease of the^liwant. Upon removal of the body to^Virginia City it was taken charge of^by Virginia lodge N^. 7. I O. O. F..^and the burial was conducted by that^order, of which he was a member. De^^ceased was about 48 years of age. It^Is not thought thait he had any rela^^tives in this state, but his parents are^supposed to be 'Still living In Balti^^more, and steps have been taken to^notify them of the sad event. The re^^mains were Interred In the Virginia^City cemetery on Friday.
Withthe third 'time come* a^change.^ Twice'before, fire from a de^^fective flue attacked the boarding^house at the Noble mine, on Wisconsin^creek, and on Tuesday morning an^^other conflagration broke out which^completely destroyed that structure, it^was occupied by James Whlsman, a^former employe at the mine. The loss^Is Jl.L'OO. No Insurance.
Anotherfire occurred on Friday aft^^ernoon on the farm of Martin tloets-^chlns, a short distance up the Kuby^valley. While some men were engaged^In dressing hogs in a shed lire was dis^^covered In some rubbish incur by and a^strong wind blowing M the time^fanned it Into u flame whieli could not^be extinguished until all the outbuild^^ings were destroyed. Fortunately the^wind carried the flames away from the^house, and it was saved. Lo^s, $1,000;^no insurance.
Severalaccidents have occurred^^bout the Letter mine and works lately,^the 'most serious one beimt to William^H. Haskell, who was employed in the^construction of the new tramway be^^tween the mine and mill. Mr. Has^^kell was at work upon one of 'the tow^^ers of the structure' .ami missed his^hold and fell a distance oi 10 feet, sus^^taining a fracture of the leg between^the knee and ankle, and receiving se^^vere bruises In different parts of the^body. It is not thought that he has^sustanled anv serious Internal injury.
GusPeterson, a Miner, while em^^ployed In one of the stones of the mine.^^Jarred loose^ ^ ponderous piece of^rock overhead, the same striking him^on the shoulder, fracturing the rlavic le^and otherwise Injuring hlni. Both men^are under the care of Dr. J. II. Miller,^the company surgeon, and are doing^well, considering the nature of their^Injuries, liy the way, the Standard^correspondent has It from the men^that Dr. Miller is one of the most com^^petent and faithful men that has ever^been employed In the capacity of sur^^geon at the mine, and Is always^prompt in attendance when his pres^^ence Is required. The new telephone^service between the works and Sheri^^dan greatly facilitate* assistance in^cases of accident and its ara^a*-'3^l is a^piec^ or (^ton**** lor MM) T. Hen-^ton Lelter. who erected it entirely at^his own expense, is d .-serving of much^praise.
sMltorBaker of the Madison County^Monitor Is also the victim of adverse^clrcumstanc s., being the nurse of a^foot of prodigious proportions, caused^by a slip over in embankment near the^north end of BhMMaa last Sunlay^evening. Dr. Milb r attended to his In^^juries, and he was able to be rem ^^^.!^-.o bis hom^ at Twin Bridges the next^day. but it la doubtful if his peripatetic^peregrinations will n r. be oniOVOty^impeded for several week.i to come.
J.Z. (Sack) Clem, the boniface of^the Kuby hotel, at this place, bounces^like a cork ^nowadavs. the occasion be^^ing the arrival of a brand new boy at^the hotel a few days ago.
Amongreturning toarlala from the^East are Mr^. J. li Laur.fi. wife of the^m.llionalre stock and ranchman of^Central Ruby valley, and her niece,^Mrs. M. Perrcault. They have been
spendingthe summer In Kansas City^and other points Kast and return high^^ly pleased with their trip.
Sheridan'snew tent of the K. O. T.^M. 1s in a flourishing condition, and^threatens soon to bo the banner I MM^in Madison county. The new order^seems to be taking like wildfire.
FredHermsmeyer has Just i impl^t-^ed the erectllon of a new liuilding to be^used as a liverv and feed a labia. It^is a commodious structure, a revela^^tion in architectural d --ign and .i mar^^vel of beauty. It has been leas'd to^George McLeod of Pony.
Ex-EditorTom Deyarmon is making^the downhill of life smooth by dis^^pensing easy chairs and tilings to old^folks and candy and ^a!ch^ to the lit^^tle ones, and looks a good deal better^than he did when he was dishing up^country Journalistic hash a la Mis^^souri.
Afoot race was run here this after^^noon between two ^unknown^ men^^that Is, thov were not named until^Just before ithe race. They proved to^be Cahlll from Central Kuby valley^and Dan McMillan, a sprinter from^Twin Bridges. The stakes were JUIU^a side and were carried oft by the flyer^from Twin Bridges, he beating his^competitor by two feet.
St.Paul's Episcopal church folk In^Virginia City are happy in being again^in the possession of a minister. The^church has 'been peculiarly unfortu-^ntuto at late, .this being the fourth^change of pastors since the Key. E. ^i.^Prout left 'It to^o to Deer Lodge some^seven years ago, after occupying the^pulpit over a dozen years. The con^^gregation hopes that this one will^^stick.
Theboys of Company D, M. N, O.,^were made glad (this week 'by the ar^^rival of the pay for their 10 days' en^^campment at Fort Ellis. It was duly^distributed by Capt. George Keif, and^the boys celebrated the event In true^soldier 'fashion.
SenatorAlex Mftzel. Mr. and Mrs.^L. A. Fenner and the senator's t'ister-^i-i-l iw, Mif3 Ellen St . r. went down^to Twin Bridges yesterday to .spend a^few days looking around the Orphans'^home. Normal school and other points^of Interest In that neighborhood.
Ourbucolic neighbors are Lustily en^^gaged in 'threshing now. Contrary to^expectations, hftood Upon the ( il.l sum^^mer season and early frosts, fhe crops^are turning out very well, the yield^being fully up Ko the average in^quantity, and. with very few excep^^tions, the quality Is excellent.
Inmining matters there l^ but little^change to report. At LaKarvtlU the^usual activity obtains, the number of^men employed being about 15, exclu-^aivo of those who are building the new^tramway, and the amount of ore ex^^tracted 'Is about normal. Quite ,i num^^ber of teams, however, are employed^in hauling accumulated concentrates^to Whitehall, a work which will prob^^ably occupy them all winter, and add^considerably to the amount of the^monthly payroll.
Amongnew openings to be reported^Is that of the Sunshine lode, on Granite^gulch, owned by ex-County Treasurer^H. S. Gilbert ^ Co. A trial shipment or^nix tons from it was made to Butt^last week. The net result was ISO per^ton, good enough 'to encourage thi^owners to oroaecute further develop^men'.'s on the property.
TheKev. Wiley Mountjoy appears^to be as successful as a miner as h^Is as an evangelist, and last week he^shipped IK tons of ore from his Ham-^boo Chief mine to the Butte Sampling^works. This is ,the fifth shipment that^he has made to the same place this^season, and they have all yielded uni^formly well.
InAlder gulch the heavy part of the^placer mining has come to an end for^this year, and 'the remainder of the^season will be devoted to cleaning up^the bed rock which has been uncovered.^Results, so far. have been about the^average of former years.
Anew prospect was opened In Good^^rich canyon, a few miles from here,^tills summer, and if the first shipment^be an index to us future. It means I^fortune to the finders. The Standard^man was unable to learn their narm s;^but they shipped two tons of the on:^to the King mill, on Big Hole rlvor,^and It netted them a trifle over $100,^it is said to be an instance of ^pil^^grim's luck.^ and that the owners,^when thev atarted In on their new^fin I, kn.-w about as much about min^^ing as the proverbial hog is said to^know about holiday-.
Overat Rocheater the miners nro^having excellent success this summer.^Woods. Stark ^ Co. of the Company^mine, after working their ore In the^Mueller mill to a considerable profit^shipped 100 tons of concentrates t^^Butte last week. If the assays be an^index 'to the result, they will have a^handsome sum to their credit as ^vel^^vet.
QotohollBros, of Minneapolis, who^recently leased the copper properties of^Estls, Connor ^ Co. of Rochester, be^^gan operations on their lease this week.^The mines are already open to the^depth of 100 feet, and are very rich^In copper; in fact, they are sa.d to bo^away ahead of anv of 'the Anaconda^properties in the amount of the red^m -tal which the ores carry. But the^original owners did not have the^^stuff^ wherewith to carry on opera^^tions and contend with th^ water in^the mines, they were compelled to sus^^pend operations. It is stated that Um^lessees have an abundance of capital^at their backs, and their operations are^looked upon with considerable interest^by Rochester mine owners.
J.C. Blinn. who has been superin^^tending the operations of the King^Milling company, on the Big Hole^river, his gone to South Dakota to^erect a mil.1 oi the same pattern used^by this company^ithe Am riean Ball^Crusher^in one of ithe camps In that^state. So far as the treatment of free^nrililng orca Is concerned. Mr. Blinn^thinks the A. B. C. the peer of any^mill in the state. At least, the Big^Hole mill has been, and Is, quite suc^^cessful In Its operation.
Dr.G. Van Marter has concluded^operations for the season on his Kuby^Hill mining property at the 'top of^Alder gulch, and, accompanied by Mia,^Van Marur. passed here WedraiMay^en route : . spend the winter at their^home In Taeoina.
Negotiationsare In progress for tie^^ale of the Company mine at Roches^^ter, a: present owned by John Wood^,^Julian S:arn et al. The min^ is now^being ^ rk^ 1 quite successfully, all^shipments made this summer having^pu:igl- d ran Jsom--ly. Last week some^capitalists had their repn sen-itiv. j^on the gr ound viewing the pr ; : :y^and the principals have made two^propositions^one involving the bond
ingof the mine and the erection of a^first-class mill thereon, and the other^the pur.aa- at the property outright.^The present owners have the proposi^^tions under consideration and the mat- i^ter will doubtless be decided upon be^^fore the end of t!w^ prosent week. Th-^Stand ird man was unable to get Ihr^amounts proposed In the two proposi^^tions, but was s^lven to understand^that the one loolslng to an outright^purchase eomrtderubly ^ xeeeded $100 -^000.
Bythe tying ui^ af a lot of paper^beyond 'liie 'burnnd Homestiake trestle,^the M tdtl ^a CoMty M oiitur made Its^atM^ tran M on the ^half shell' for .1^eout,!t i [ weeks. It is all right now.^though, and .the b as promise no m re^shortcomings^if they can help It.
Interesting; Provisions Regarding^Homestead Exemptions.
THE STATE PRESS.
Andnow the vagrant prize fighters^are arranging to do their ^physical^ulture^ act In Hot Springs, Ark. If^there Is no other way to stop their ln-^caajaat mouthing*, for heaven's sake^let them fight in MMt, and kill each^other If need be.^Havre Herald.
Aglance backward four or five years^will show one that this part of the val^^ley lies been very prosperous during^that Interval. In fact, upper Bitter^Root's development has been during^the past few years.^Darby Sentinel.
Don'tS'-nd away for such supplies as^can be bought at home. Our merchants^live among us and by patronizing^them you keep your money in circula^^tion at home, and may get a chance to^get MM of It back, while if you Bend^away your money it leaves this coun^^try and neither yourself or your neigh^^bor gets another chance at it^Dar^^by fi'iitinel.
Theappointment Of James H. Mills^as one of the receivers In Montana, for^the Northern Pacific road, is simply^another proof that after a man has^managed a country newspaper ottice^successfully for a term of years he Is^capable of managing anything on earth^successfully, not even excepting a^grand transcontinental railway sys^^tem.^Big Timber Pioneer.
TheBozeman Chronicle devotes a^column to Attorney General Henri J.^Haskell. What It endeavors to show,^condensing its column to a few words,^Is that Henri Is ^too fresh.^ We fear^that the Chronicle Is taking unwar^^ranted liberty with the dignity of th*^attorney general's office. There Is a^prevalent idea, perhaps owing to the^numberless ^official decisions^ that^are said to emanate from tlM^official decision factory presided^overUiy Mr. and Mrs. Haskell that all^you need to do Is to press the button^and get an opinion; but we believe^that the attorney general is about the^hardest worked official the state has.^^Boulder Age.
SenatorCurter says the charge is^absolutely untrue, and there you are.^In other words two of the most distin^^guished republicans in the state give^each other the He. Colonel Sanders^brought the charge and it devolves up^^on him to prove It, but If be docs not,^do so It is equally Incumbent upon Sen^^ator Carter to Insist that he shall, it^has long been Intimated that money^was used in that contest and if It was^the people want to know It, let the re^^sult be what It may. But will It be^^We have our doubts upon that point,^but Senator Carter owes It to the state,^to the republican party and to his^political future to vindicate himself if^he can.^Killings Gazette.
Thegreatness of the Ravalli county^fair is still a subject of surprised com^^ment. The universal opinion seems to^be that next year's fair will he easily^twice as big every way. ^ ^ ^ The^number of country people who came^from all over without any exhibits^simply to see the fair was one of the^surprises. Indeed, pretty nearly every^^body turned out from the opulent^rancher or fruit grower In his farm^wagon to the Impecunious farm hand^with his best girl In a new livery rig^behind a, spanking team. Old bacht 1-^ors, married people, young folks and^kids all wanted to see it and saw it,^and the student of human nature^found much to MMM and Interest^him.^Bitter Root Times.
Coalmerchants who want to be^strictly ^In It^ must calculate on fur-^nisliiiu; -,J10 pounds to the ton, to i ^^In line with the codes. However, noth^^ing regulates the price to consumers^for which the coal barons are thank^^ful.^Glendive Independent.
Withthis Issue the MoBtUlM Is one^year old. Looks pretty well for a year-^tto'i don't it^ If you want it to grow^another year you must Irrigate. Can't^grow without Irrigation. Free silv I^is the best fertilizer.^Thompson Falls^Montanian.
AVewant to say to you, gentlt men,^that Madison county Is going to^strictly and everlastingly ^In It^ next^year. There is not a city, village, or^hamlet between Gaylord and Red Rock^or between Melrose and Jack creek, or^between Spanish creek and the con^^fines of the National park, that will^not be greatly str^ nftntaad in popu^^lation and prosperity btfori \t year's^le.iv s baffin to fall. The Monitor says^so, ami It speaks by the card.^Madis^on County Monitor.
Withthe current Issue of Its weekly^edition the River Press completes the^fifteenth year of its existence. It en^^tered the Jnurnullstlc world in Octo^kar, ISM), and from Its birth to the^present time has never failed to ap^^pear on publication day. The constant^endeavor of the River Press lias bSM^to ^print all the news^ of Interest to^Its constituency, and that such effort^has attained some n^ asurc of MOOOH^is evidenced by a constantly increasing^subscription list, and words of kindly^commendation from various sources.^^Fort iienton River Pre.-s.
Mnrtiinglatatflgrac eoam from^Helena to the effect that the Janitor of^the state offlc-es has Jumped his Job, be^^cause the legislature failed to make an^appropriation with which to pay his^wages. As the state offlr rs are thus^deprived of useful and necessary help,^it is believed that Governor Rlckards.^General Haskell and the rest of the^gang will be compelled to give th- It^personal attention to the work of ^lay^^ing wires^ and ^sawing wood.^^Fort^Benton River Press.
Thefarmer in the arid country is^not cursed with muddy roads, says an^exchange. He can haul a full load ^ v-^ery day in the year, and tfejaj ^ art but^few days wnen rain interfer s with^plowing. In the fall there Is absolute^^ly no wet weather to Interfere with^harvest. That ^t ason is Just ope 1 ..:^i-trotch of months of BlaMMt sun^^shine, lasting at least until Christmas^comes ^Chinook Opinion.
HarperIs a gentleman's whiskey.
Confusion Worso Confounded^Kolgns in InM Parts - The Com^^piler Charged With Bad Proof^Reading-Two Editions.
Writ'enfor the Standard.
Tiienew eoles of Montana provide^for homestead exemptl ma against exe^^cutions and *^ther legal provisions f r^the collection gf debts, to the extent of I^a quarter of an acre, with dwelling, in^towns, Of i'i^ teres in 1 dwelling n lin-
country,tip- whole not to ^-xI ^.'.^
Invalue. T . pal the benefit of this ex^^emption. I. ^^ 'ver. i statement thai^such proi^erty Is reserved as a home^^stead must be executed and recorded^In the office of the^ county clerk and re^^corder tli.- same .is a .1. 'd, thus giving^notice tj all persons of the intention of^the owner. The law eov^ ring home^^stead exemptions is in the civil code,^^and the sections relating to the d.-cl i -^ation of homestead are as f d! ^w
Section1.700^in order M select I^iioiiustea I the husband or other li. id
ofa family, ^^r In oan - I m husband ho*
I mado such selection, the wile must^execute- and acknowledge, in the same^manner as a grant of real properly Is^.e ki.ow 1''l,;e'l, a dorUrOttOO Os lioin -^.-wad, and Mo the MAM for rSCOrfL
SWtloa 1,701^Tile^ declaration of^boa .-tea 1 must contain:
1.A statement show ing th ^ port a^making it the head of i family; or wli. n^t ie .1 11ration Is nt id* by Um w .!'^.^showing that her husband iias u. t^made such deelara' I 'ii, and tha- she^ther-fore makes such declaration for^their Joint benefit,
!.A ttatement that Hm person mak^^ing It Is residing on the premises and^Cl ins tin m as a 'in mestead.
AAOOCtiptlOfJI of the pin mlse.-.
LAn OStlnMltt of their actual cash^\alue.
BsetMM1.702^The declaration must^^^^ r. corded in the office of mm clerk of^MM e mnty in which the land is situat^^ed.
Section1,703^From and after the^'time the declaration is filed for record,^the premises therein described e insti^^tute a homes; ad.
Uponthe death of a person whose^property was selected ,is a homestead,^H shall go to his ^a- her heirs or de-^VlSCCS, subject to the use of t.he widow^during her life, It the property selected^as a 'homestead, Mfon selection, be^^longed to the iiiisbanl; and subject to^the use of the husband during his life,^if the property selected as a h imcstead,^before selection, belonged to the wife.^And in no case shall the homestead M^held liable for the debts of the owner,^except as provided in this title.
NOTT.SOP THE CODES.
SomeMontana editors seem to be^greatly exercise! over the discovery^that the codes declare all able-bodied^male citizens of the slate botwoefl the^ages of IS and 4i years to constitute^the militia of the state, unless exempt^for statutory nasons. As this feature^is common to all the states, and ex^^isted in Montana previous .to the adop^^tion of the codes, and is a necessary^factor for the self-preservation of the^state, the ^discovery^ hardly si^eaks^well for the knowledge or the common^senso of'these editors. IX 4AS OtOM had^not the Tight to call upon all her able-^bodied citizens to como to bof Oafaooi^^and to compel them t ^ do so^she^would be a rather weak sister in itlmes^of trouble.
action*iso md Ifl of the political^codes designate the officers and em^^ploye; of tbooUvl ^ son**** and bom ^ ^t
repr.sentath^ s pr. '. ions to iro- I-'. urth^session, in MM.
SectionsPit! and 1M give the OffioOH^and employes of the Fourth and subse^^quent sessions, until the law is chang^^ed. It would appear to the ordinary^citizen as though the code com in is.-, i ei-^tr wiao pr*porta tii^ codes fur the print^^er coull ba^V( property! under the au^^thority which b* p 100000*4, omitt'd th a
law.which had bean practically, if not^actually, repelled, by Ob* laler 1 iw,^and thereby have made the law less^confusing to th ^ ordinary reader. The^same remarks are applicable to Sec^^tions :jj and l^l. which give the pay^of 'these officers md employes.
Inlection I.STJ of the civil c I '^distinguish*''1 gentlemen wiao ptvpared^the codes have used Um Word ^d-rt.gn^ing^ in speaking of the title of land-^the word moanlnE. in plain Bnffiloh,^^deriving^ title. While tin- word ^d. -^ralgning ' Is a proper legal term, the^plain English sii ^ul 1 hay ^ be. n used
wiun poops* generally are iipotlod to^know tiiH law, an I especially wh' n th^standard dietiM ITtOl '1 ^ not dourly it^fine th^ word as meaning ^demlng.^^It is such stilted practice* of lawyers^In preparing what should be s tin^laws and documents thu.. frequently^bring law end 1 iwyers into coateapt.
Typographicil and clerical errors ap^^pear to be about the same in both the^^official^ and the ^Sanders'' edition^,^but one quite noticeable error In the^Sanders edition which does n ^t appear^In the other Is In Section LHI of the^civil code, Where the word ^copy^ s^use I Instead of the word ^property^ in^referring to read prop, rty,
Section 4.IN ot' the political^says that members of the legislative^assembly, and all otflct-rs. with ^tnenra.^i-ilr a*, an1 thee ptsjoeon -*,^ may
beentitled to mileage, shall b..-
tiedto collert mil' age at ttv* rate of^cents per mile for the dlwtaneo e . ial-^ly travel'd. and no more.^ Hertlin^4.644 of the same c die ^ays that ^gr.i-. i^and trial Jurors receive Id p.-r day for^attendance before any court of : lord^and li cents per mile each way for^traveling from and to their respective^county seats.^ Which Is the lawful^mileage will proJMMy require Julielal^construction; while Section 2Iu says^that members of the legislative aaOMO^My shall receive ^Jo cents p^ r mile for^each mile of travel to and fr ^m their^residences and li; .^ place of holding th.^e^ss'.on.
Confusionworm confounded^ r. ien-^In the codes In regard to the ton*^exisunce of oorporaM ns. Numerous^section* provide that the t. rm may le^^ y ars and B I m ^r^. while equally^numerous not Inn* provid ^ for a t^-rm^of 40 years. The confusion is doubtlrss^due t i the laws of the Third session^on the subject being Injected in: ^ the^codes pre,*a. i. wiu n tS- :. rm was s^^year*. Tne complaint of I ^nfus'.^^n and^contradiction made so universally and
freelyaga.me the compiled laws of^IftfT, seem* to apply as properly to Um^pr. *. nt law j.
Setion HI of the polttleal ode My*^that the salary of the governor'* pti-
\It. se r tin -hill be $:.l^^^ |'T JrM
SectionJ7i of the same eod^- s.tys that^th^ salary shall I^ II.'-^^0. It Is safe to^say that the former sum Is drawn by |^the present incumbers.
Aconsiderable roVOBIM for the slste^has booa anticipated fr m the pa**^fixed f ^r filing .^ s of Inatnrportffi ^^with the secretary, the fee being .'^o^cents f ^r each Jl.^'^^ of capital Not a^great many eorjioralions have been ^r^ganized. however, since the law went^into effect, and the excessive fee which^w old be required ill I he ease of m si^mining companies can be easily inn: i
Iby InoorporOtlng for a small amount,^say I10.im.hi, in which ease the fee would^be but |i, and .hen increasing the eapi-
mt^ any amount, under Sections^411 to 414 of the civil 00*JO. the fee for^filing certificates of increase with the^seer tary being
I'nderSection 4^*l* of 'he evil I I le,^n e. only the original articles of Incor^^poration of a company must be filed^with the county clerk of the county In^which fhe company Is lo do business,^an I a certified copy of these filed with^the r.. , :\ tary .f state, bu. a copy of the^copy, certified to by the secretary,^must also be filed with the county^clerk. As a matter of fu^ t, this sec^^tion Is Ignored, and corporation* act^under Section 411 of the civil code,^which provides that the original arti^^cles shall be 11b d with the e maty clerk^and a dupllette with the secretary ^f^slate.
Amongthe typographical and cleri^^cal errors so far noticed hj b .th edi^^tions of the codes, nro the folluwin :
111 Section .:..^'!l^ of the |^nlliioal cole.
thew 'ids ^and tin clerk^ are unnec -s-^^artty Inoortad. in loctioa 41 of the
samecode, in referring to the Jurisdic^^tion of the United States over certain^military rem nratlona, the word ^legis^^lation^ Is used Instead of the word^^Jurlsjlctlon.^^Notwithstanding its high-sounding
name,the pro f-c adiiig on th* ^Edi-^ttofl do I.ux.^ .f lb* codes was very^poor, and, as a consequence, typograph^^ical errors are \ ry numerous. These,^with the many conflict* and contridle-^ti ois existing in th* Iowa thenu irroo,^rather rlr* Hie lie to the alleged *dt-^tor's dweriptIon of the law an ^orderly,^perspicuous and intelligent.^ in ^ ^n ra-^d'.stinetloii 'o the pre-existing ^contra^^dictory and chaotic legislation.H
WTLLKENNEDY,^r.uukkr, Or!. 1.1, 1S95.
ThegggSffWht* ( mi.
Pro**th^ (treat Ksli; TVttMM
Thepr*s*ntatloa at Hal*^ by rtur-
faloCoat, a Cree Indian, of his declar
ation,of Intention paper* I* worthy of^somo mmmTh-v w- re ;^m-| in
thiscounty several years ago upon an^opinion l y K. D. Weed, then MM^Stat , ilisfri t itt . r V. th it it was^proper they should issue. Subsequently^he changed his opinion and since then^nothing has b-en h^-ard of the matter.^The Idea wan that he was foreign-born^but resident on United States soil anl^did not come ivltiim the regulations by^which the natty.- Indian Is governed^and consequently, like other for- Igners.^lad n right to apply for *ltlnan*hlp Of^course the declaration of Intention does^not give RufTalo Coat any of the rights^of cltlxenshlp. hut It do^s ^e^m that^they should not h ave ben granted.^The Immigration laws of the 1'rilted^S' ites were then in force, and they^pr ivtdtr not only agaln^t the landing of^pin r i tn.gr irits lit' also f r r t tim^^ing Cum to their native land. These^frees, claiming to tv refugees, are^simply a band of pauper, vagrant vag^^abonds. Not one of tl.eni has done any^work for a living since they crossed^the border, and they hOT* oi ly ^ xlsted^m^i!l what they nn bnrr iw or steal^during their migratory Journeys^through Montana. How to g^t rid of^them has been a perplexing qu--stlon^to the state and federal authorities,^and It is yet un let.-rutin- 1 W iy not^apply the alb a pauper law to them and^drive them back t i Canada, where they^belong
Kinder*a-* a Nenu-al*.
Vr.m MM rjjnajl Kali^ Tribune.
TresidentJames J. Hill of to - Oreat^Northern, may as well give up the^ghost und retire from t ie pursuit of^th^ Northern PncMtt, He may hai^had some hopes of accomplishing the^purpose up to a f^ w days ago. but r.^w^those hopes are rudely dashed to the^earth and lie must ^^ com^ an object^of sympathy n ^t only to his personal^friends but to his financial backers. It^Is too bad but It cannot be hofp* 1. A^N 'mesls Is on his track. In the pe-^on^of Col. Wilbur 1^. Sander : The colonel^has taken the ass Minted pres- Into his^confidence and throngb tint sgency^has Informed the eim'rv and the^world that ^he ha* ^to ^,i [h ^ ^^ar-^psth against the cons i'id iti kg rcherr. '^with the Intention of fiirhMig I* n a^flnl^h.^ Ho soon as Mr. Hill r ^:v. ^^this news h^ will 00 doubt f ^ld up h!*^tent* and steal sll-.rly away. It will^knock him silly. Had th ^ Adams^crowd, the fTOI ero.vd. th^ O^kes^crowd, the Helena c ^ nvd or ^ \v:i the^consolidated receivers have start''I^on the warpath after him he might^have had v show as against any I r all^of them, but with the reltmStable rr^'-^onel in war paint, and in the sadole,^there Is no chance for i-s- ap -. M \ Hill^may us well surrender unconditionally.
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