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1he PFase) 1ls Mpess is Party es
tmapesaes s Wel s SUwr.
The following colloquy and speech
by Congressman Sibley on expanilon
Is so far the most notablb event of
the present session of congress. The
speaker received a veritable ovatlon
at its cloe.
Mr. SIbley (Pa.) In an hour's speech
criticled blh fellow democrats forop*
poslng the sanneztion of the Philip*
pines. He had, he said, heard no ar
gument against territorIal enlarge.
ment which was not urged against
the annexation of Louisiana and
"Is there any parallel," asked Mr..
Cochran (Mo.). "between the terri
tory In the Louisiana purchase, then
practically without population, and
"Nothing has been said about the
Philippines," replied Mr. Sibley,
"which was not said about the terri
tory now Missouri. You in Missouri
were classed as barbarians."
"But are the Philippines with a
population denser than Iowa, Mis
souri, Kansas and Nebraska, availa
ble for occupation?" asked Mr. Coch
"I think they are. When Jefferson
negotiated the purchase of Louisilana
be was the target of vituperation,
ridicule and reproach. From New
England came such epithets as 'Ja
cobin,' 'Imperialist,' 'perverter of the
constitution,' yet all admit now that
Jackson acted wisely."
"Do you believe the people in the
Philippines are susceptible of the civ
Ilisation of the inhabitants of the
"I am not placing llmitations upon
the powers of Almighty God," an
swered Mr. Sibley, amid a round of
Proceedlong, Mr. Sibley pointed out
that modern methods had brought
the Philippines nearer than the Lou.
lelana purchase or Texas when they
In reply to Mir. I'ochran's taunt
that civilization was being shot into
the Filipinos, Mr. libley said the his
tory of civilization had been traced
in human blood. Wendell Phillips
had said that every achievement of
human justlee had gone from rack to
rack and scaffold to scaffold.
"8hall we hold Porto Rico and the
Philippine archipelago?" asked Mr.
Sibley. "Every foot. No nation on
earth has a higher right of title to a
rod of soil. We have the double title
of purchase and conquest, and my be.
lief is that where once the shadow of
our banner has fallen there will sur
vive a race of freemen. And I would
hold Cuba until stability, order, good
government and the protection of
life and property were assured.
"I am going to echo the president's
query, 'Who will hauldown theflag?'
Who planted it? What cabinet
council, what warrior, what states
man, what senaturorrepresentative,
what body of men formed any plan
of conquest? The cries of suffering
humanity rang out and we stopped
our ears. The groans were heavy,
but we answered not. We saw themn
stripped and wounded on our way
to Jerico, and, like the priest and the
Levite, we passed by on the other
side. Not unheard those cries and
groans at the throne of the Almighty
who, to awaken us from our apathy,
our almost criminal indifference, per
mlitted the engines of His wrath to
hurl their thunderbolts under the
bows of the Maine, lying peacefully
at anchor In the Havana harbor.
"Not keenest sighted statesmen,
nor most daringwarrior. had dream
ed even of the possibility of great
gain, growth or greatness to come
to us as a nation from that war, of
which the blowing up of the Maine
was the first declaration. God and
the valor of the American arms gave
us that territory, not because we are
a nation altogether free, altogether
pure, altogether blameless, but be
cause working through Him as an
Instrumentality, He has given It the
boldest, the freest, the most pro
gressive, the most enlightened and
Is a very common consequence of ndl
tion and torpid liver. Sometimes
the are spots before the eyes and hot
lashes. At other times a sensation as
of vertigo occurs, at once mufrocating and
blinding. It is a waste of time to at
tempt to cure this
condition by or
dinary means or
organs of diges
tion and nutrition
must be restored
to healthy activ
ity, the blood
must be purified,
the liver cleansed
and strengthened, _
before a cure can
be hopedfor. This
is the work done
by Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical a
Discovery, a med
beneficial n dis
easesof the Mtom.
ach, blood and
liver. It strength.
ens the stomach,
purifes the blood,
cleanses the clog
gd liver, and pro- e
motes the health
the hod g a
Ub a was g trea es wat Wlis.
aliver. s asd else Irvqur
os'wrhis Mr. W.A. Prestn of e&
Nasse mCo. mMiss my . tried man
eat remedies, but -ow of them me. sr we.
id unatil we were amueda bM tr e r
do,d Psedesat Plet is' The se eils
d mre god the asthlr weever tried
those o- We are sed dmr bols of
med Diseery * .me of*Paye
hemP Pcr sad wtwo vio. s r 7 * r P e*
These mned have dose the wort we d
Ired sad I do euartily semmesad them sto all
Dr. Pierce's Pessat hits a ist the
action of the "Discovery.'
the most Christlan of all nations of
the present age."
Mr. Sibley believed the United
United States were destined to carry
the arts of peace and the story of the
cross to the remotest corners of the
globe. He appealed to the Demo
eratic side to come back to the
teachings of the Democratic fathers.
Expansion had been fathered by Jef
ferson, Jackson, Polk and Bachn ana.
"'Only cowards oppose us,' Bu
chanan said, and he was the last Dem
oeratic president we have had."
The Nicaragua canal should be
built, he said, and the subsidy bill to
encourage American shipping, passed.
Cblna was to be dismembered. We
must reach out and get our share of
"If this administration," he went
on, "shall surrender the Philipplnes,
the historian of the future which ex
tols Jefferson, Madison, Tyler and
Polk will write down McKinley's
action as the most pusllanimous in
the record. But this administratlio
will not surrender. Its critics will
be forgotten. Every advance to
higher and nobler forms of life has
been opposed by some old, conserva
tive moasbacker, who prated of the
good old days when his grandfather
swung by his tall in the forest prim
Mr. Sibley concluded as follows:
"Mr. Chairman, every dictate of rea
son and of prudence, every dictate of
business sense and of commercial ad
vantage, every prompting of human
ity and every obligation of plighted
fraternity unite in the demand that
we go forward. We have a mission
to fulfill, a destiny to accomplish, an
example to be afforded to the na
tions how they may justly rule them
selves, not in license, but in liberty.
"Shall we falter in our duty, shall
we haul down that flag whose wav
nlog stripes bespeak the red of sacri
fice and the white of purity, and
whose silver stars shining in the field
of blue are an aspiration and an In
piratlon to all that is noble in life
and beniflcent in governmet? No, let
it float, and,
'"Under its folds shall brothers be knit in
From the mountain crest to the gray sea
And the world be better I weer.' "
When Mr. Sibley concluded he re
ceived an ovation such as has not
been accorded any speaker in the
house thin session. The debate
then returned to the question of
lynchlngs In the south.
Mr. Kruts and Mr. Griggs defend
ed the south. The latter described
some of the atrocities which led to
lynchings. While be did not justify
law-breaking he declared that those
who conlemned the lynchings un
qualifledly had water, not blood, in
Mr. Gains alsed the question as to
the application of theconmtitution to
our new possessions, holding that it
did apply, and citing decision of the
courts, relative to Alaska in support
of his posltion.
At 5:10 p. m. the house adjourned.
"LIVER ATIN. " JOMNSTON DEAD.
Paeuila Away ef a Plaeer and TrJl
erer Ia Calferua.
(Billings Gazette. I
John Johnston, known the coun
try over as "Liver Eating Johnson,"
died at the National Soldiers' Home,
Santa Monlca, Cal., on Sunday, Jan.
22, and thus came to the end the
earthly career of a trail blaser and
Intrepid pioneer whose heroic ex
ploits on the western plains are in
separably connected with the early
history of the commonwealth of
For the puast twelve year Mr.
Johnson had made Red Ledge his
home, coming here from Billings and
taklng up a ranch which be disposed
of last summer to C. W. Ravage, of
Hunter's Hot Springs. Before Bill
nlgs had a place on the map, Mr.
Johnston was deputy sheriff of Custer
county, with headquarters at the
town of Coulson, and was on duty
there nla the early eighties at the time
his bosom companion, "Muggins"
Taylor, hlmself an officer of the law,
was shot and killed in the discharge
of his duties by Henry Lump, a
drunken galoot whose wife support
ed him by taking in washing. Mr.
Johnson was the first constable In
Red Lodge and served several terms
in that capacity. Though a power
ful'man physically, exposure in camp
and on the trail brought its lnevita
ble result, and his Iron constitutloon
finally gave way. Wrecked in health
and in purse, he was forced to accept
financial assistance from his friends,
and this worried him considerably.
Though disliking to leave the scenes
of his former exploits, with the at
tendant associatlons, his aversion to
being made an object of public char
Ity overcome his prejudices agalnst
becoming aso inmate of the home for
disabled veterans and so he reluct
antly consented to enter the Califor
nla Soldiers home. Upon leaving
Red Lodge, less than two mouths
ago, the old man broke down and
wept like a child as the train whirled
him away from his friends, and It is
fair to presume that his last thoughts
as he lay dying in a strange land,
among strange people in that home
by the side of the sea, were of those
generous friends and excitlng scenes
of former days.
eoeral 0dWe is Keat&c.
(From The Clevelad Plain Dealer.)
The guests In the Frankfort hotel
were quietly reading their letters and
papers when the voice of the clerk
"Instantly every bead bobbed
down and every man slid from his
chair to the floor.
"It's all right now, gentlemen,"
announced the clerk a moment later,
"you can get up. He's gone."
As they resumed their seats the
"It was Cuanel Borem," he said,
"looking for a man. I wouldn't
have given the general warlnlng note
If It hadn't been for tbh fact that the
coannel is so blamed cross-eyed that
you never ean tell which way be's
going to shoot!"
FAMOUS PEOPLE'S EYES.
The duke of Wellington had, it is
said, blue hawk'k eyes gleaming with
Audubon, as became a naturalist, had
"hawklike eyes that flashed like a
searchlight and were ever on the alert
bor each movement of animated na
Charles Lamb Is described as having
glittering eyes, strangely dissimilar in
color, one being hazel, the other having
specks of gray in the iris, as you see
red spots in the blouodstone.
According to Trelawney no man had
brighter eyes than Byron; they were
gray and fringed with long black lashes.
Lady Illessington, writing of him a few
months before his departure to Greece,
adds that one eye was visibly larger
than the other.
The most striking feature of Burns
was his large dark eye. It was, we are'
told by one writer, "full of mind and
literally glowed when he spoke vwith
emotion or interest." Sir W. Scott,
who knew the poet when he lived in
Edinburgh, says: "I never saw such an
other eye in a human head, and I have
seen the most distinguished men of my
Eyes, as we know, are apt to vary
considerably in shades of color in the
same individual from time to time-a
fact that explains why Wordsworth's
familiar description of Coleridge as a
noticeable man with large gray eyes
does not quite agree with Carlyle's im
pression that his eyes were of a light
hazel, nor this again with the writer
who found them "light gray, prominent
and of liquid brillliancy, as though the
orb itself retreated to the innermost
recesses of the brain."
Chatterton's brilliant gray eyes were
his most remarkable feature, Under
strong excitement one appeared bright
er, and, as in the case of Byron, larger
than the other. Calcott says: "It was
like the eye of a hawk, and one could see
his soul through it." Barrett "never
saw such eyes, fire rolling at the bot
tom of them," and he confesses that he
often purposely differed in opinion from
Chatterton to see how wonderfully his
eye would strike fire, kindle and blaze
A ditser's Ufe Sev ly Chmberuler's
During the early part of October,
1896, I contracted a bad cold which
settled on my lungs and wus neg
lected until I feared that consump
tion had appeared in an Incipient
state. I was constantly coughing
and trying to expel something which
I could not. I became alarmed and
after giving the local doctor a trial,
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the result was
immediate Improvement, and after I
had used three bottles my lungs were
restored to their heaulthystate.--B.S.
EnwAInN, Publisher of The Review.
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BIT IwROTBIl, M WUires te New York.
:oJt That Ready
aErl Pasat" January 1st.
Ought to no, THE 1900
I Pliftical Reister
Containing Full Informatio
Upon All Statistical Facts
Every The o
i New 00oo
** Congress. PygS
A Complete Guide to the
SPClAL The South African
EATURS War; War in the Phil.
ippines; The lnterna.
tional Peace Congress; Our Naval I
and Military Establishments; The
Samoan Settlanent The Great
Trusts and Their Captalization, and
many other subjects of equally vital
A tullr fIeyry of earc of
the an the American
Navy-, Edgar .atndu Mar
to Itseween U.I. Nes.
J25cZ iHE WORLD,
t2,,- -- N n op.Ab)' .
A Rlai Statesm Frea CI. CMN .
My name is Chin;
When you see
You can calculate that the fight
Is going to begin
Then. I'm in
For anything that promises to bring out
I can tell about
Shootings and other kinds of rackets that I've
Taken part in than
Any other man
Sguess. When I arls
In the morning the Lint thing I hI
My guns. You
Can't be too
Careful about a thing of that knrrT
In this state, I find.
If you want to be
Thick of the fray
Whenever there's a fight
And if none
Is going on when I arrive
I start one!
(Got to go now
And ,.pen a
That ' oin my schedule for ttioda.
My nanme's Chinn.
And imy appetite
Always goes back on me unle,, III in
-Chicago "I nts Ilerald.
Williams is the only drug store In
the city that puts pure distilled water
In your prescriptomns.
Notice of Probate of Will.
State of Montana. taw
County of Fergus
Distract Court. Tenth Judicial Ilstrict.
In the matter of the estate of lttie Wood.
house, deceased.-Notice of Pros late of Will.
Pursuant toan order of the sail t curt, made or
the 1:th day of February, 1900. notice is herchb
given that Saturday the 10th day of M arch, 1900
at 10 o'clock a. m. osald day, atthe court roor
of the said court, at the court house, in the town
of Lewistown, county of Fergus, and state ol
Montana. has been appointed a. the time and
place for provinm the will and testament of the
said Ettie Woodhouse, deceased, and for hear.
ing the application of Ethel lmng, of White
Sulphur prngs, Meagber count . Mont. forthe
isuance to her of letters (f admlnistration
with the will annezed. thereon, when and
where any person interested .'may appear and
contest the same.
(Seal) EDMUND W I(t;lIT, Clerk.
Dated this 1lth day of February, 190.
FRANK b. SMITH, Atty. for P'etitioner.
btirstpblication Feb. it
D ESERT LAND FINAL I'lOl)F-Notice
for publication-United Stat. Land Office
at Lewistown, Mont., Feb. 10, li,,.
Notice is hereby Eiven that
CORMA M. TYLER.
of Lewistown. Mont., has filed notice of in.
tention to make proof on her desert land
claim No. 4., for the n owL4 ec 24U tp It n I
De. Montana P. M.. before the register and
receiver at Lewistown. Mont., n Thursday
March 29. 1900.
She names the following wltne.ss to prove
e complete itIgaioi a reclamation of said
John E. Fre John Sellers. Ji,,,n Flshburn
and Samuel Tyler, all of Lewirtt, n. Mont.
EDWAoD BRA8sEY, Register,
First publicatico FrtI it
D ESERT LAND FINAL PROO)F-Notlce
for publication-lUnited State. Land Office
at Lewttowni. Mount., Feb. IZ. ,flu.
Notice is hereby given that
J. RL'SSLa.L h.ViH \NCE.
of Ga(rnell. Montana. has filed ntricer of inten
tion to make proof on his desert .and claim No.
448, for the e% nw wsec 2 tp I I l r . Mon.
tana P. M.. beoreIte register .atd receiver at
Lewistown. Mont., on Thurn:.,. March "',
He names te following witt...es to prove
the complete irrigation and ret.ltrnatllo of said
A iltlam T. Mills. Frederi'k M. Seoerancet
and Mabel s.everance, of I(,arlnitl, hMont. allnd
Samuel B. Chase. Jr.. of L'brc. Mont.
EDWARD BRAs5sY. Register,
First pubih(ation Feb. 4It
(ONTE.ST NOTII'I: -DIE'PARTMIF.NT (OF
the Interior- I'itid States Land othc1e at
Lewistown, Mont.. , I,. 12. IRSl.
A sufficient cuntet .allidavit having been
filed in this office by
ALMA C . TOUGH,
contestant, against iihenestead entry No. .W..
made Sept. 15, 1l8~, fur ,' aw% .wt . *., sec M.
tp 16 n, r 12 e, Montana I'. M., by Clarence .
Newkirl, contestee, in which it Is allegzed that
the said Clarence O. Ncwkirk has changed Ini
residence from, and wholly abandoned. raid
homestead entry, and thellandembraced there
by, for a period of more thaq six months last
past and immediately rlnor to the 9th day of
February, ItYR, and tha;t chllh abandonment was
not due to his employi int in the military or
naval service in the I nited States during the
war with Spain, or in any other war.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear, re
spond and offer eviden touching said allega
tion at 10 o'clock a. im. on March l, i151,. before
the rerister and receicer at the United States
land ofce In Lewstouw . Montana.
The id contestant ha\ ing in a proper affi
davit fled Feb. 12, IRIS. set feth faces which
show that after due diligence personal service
of this notice cannot be made, it is hereby or
dered and directed that such notice be given
bydue mad proper publication In the hergus
L. W. I.I.DRiDOE, Receiver.
First publication Feb. 14
rrs putusIiiaIIU pro. it
Applicution for Patiat, Io. 41.
United States Land Office.
Lewlstowi. Montana. Jan. 3.. iu01.
Notice Is hereby iven that the (ireat
Northern Mining & Development Co,
by itaeneral manager. -rmest W. King, whose
Lpl ofe address is (ilt Illgde, Fergus county,
*otana. has Aled an a;pplkaton for patent
for twelve hundred and sixtyseven and five
tenthe line feet of the loe mining claim
called the Toed quartr mldue, situated in the
Warm Spring (unorganized) mining district,
Fertus county. Montara,. and designated by
the leld notes and ofli alplat on file in this
nice a Mineral Survey No. 6742, in Tp. 16 N.
RID ., of Montana principal meridian, said
mineral survey No. 574 beingl described as fol
lows (magnetic variatin bein 19" 30 e, : le.
inning at the SE corwer, which in Corner No.
Sof this survey. wherr is set a pine lost 5 ins.
quare. 5ft long.2 ft de,.,and mnarked "1-542t":
and from which the t st,, cor on north rbounlary
line of mec ,0, tp 16 n r+ .-e beear S r6' U E.
44..2 ft.. thence N 4t" . 1267.5 ft to Corner
No. 2: thence N *" :as h., 4 ft, to Corner No.
2; thence S 6' 6i E, 1:,;, ft. to Corner No. 4:
thence S23' 20' W, 4x; to the place of begin
ning; total area clamhu 13.5 acres.
The presumed course of the lode is north
west and south-east The numlber of feet
claimed on the lode a. IL267., being ;14) feet S
58' 41 E and 4l.5 It .N 7i i W. measured
along the course of th. cin from the i enter of
the discovery cut a-. iI ribed in the -;Idl held
notes. The surface rr ',nd claimed is:mn, ft. Inl
width on the north-c; '.rly side of the center
of the lode and onl ".,e sauth-westerly sIle
varying from 176 feet ' 137 feet or thereaboluts
T1e notice of Irwat t of said Ta',:1 quart!
mine is of record in tl'. ohice of the" cmantly
recorder of Fero .- county, M.lontana,
In Itixk 4 of Intle I. n .ioon. on page :N. The
adjoining claimns ar( ,n the north-uest the
Fortune lode, unsure -tild: on the s.unth-east
the Free Trade loxlde. ,.rrveyed; on all other
sides the claim is stil, irnded by unct. ulptle
Any and all person- claiming adversely the
mining ground, vel. Ile. premise. or any
portion thereof mo de- ribed, surveyed. platted
and applied for. are hre-by notified that unless
their adverse claims art, duly filed according to
law, and the regulatirlos thereunder, within the
time prescribed by Ia.s with the register of the
Un.ed States land oIl.le at Lewistown. State
of Montana. they wil; be barred by the pro
visions of the statute in such cases made and
EDWARD BRAASr. Register.
First pu, Jan. 3. lISu
J. A. CORDON,
Upholsterer and Paperhangeri
SHOP ON WASHINGTON STREET.
AU work guaranteed to be frst-cluas. Iron Beds enmeled Ina any color.
Application for Patent, No. 41.
United States Land Omce,
Lewistown. Mont.. Jan. 1900.
Notice is hereby given that the Great North
em Mining & Development Co.. by its general
manager. mrnet W.King, whose pstoflice d
dre Is Gilt Edge. Fergus county. Mont.. has
this day filed an application for patent for the
lode minlng claim called the Bay Horse quartz
mine, situated in Warm Spring tunorganized)
mining district. Ferlus county, Montana. and
designated by the field notes and oflicial plat
on file in this office as Mineral Survey No. 571
in Townshir lG North. Range 0 East of Mon
tana principal meridian, said mineral survey
being described as follows <magnetic variation
being 16 0 E):
Beginning at the S. E. corner, which is Cor
net No. 1. where is set a pine post. 5 Inches
quare. ft lonhmg. 2 ft deep. with mound o,f earth
around it and marked "1l.-57." and from which
the sec cw on west boundary of sec 2. tp 16
N m E b.beaN 7' t l'" E. eS ft; thence
N " ' W, 101 feet, to Corner No. 1; thence
N 21' M W, 250 feet, to Corer No. 3; thence N
6" B0 E.270 fN toCorner No. 4: thence 5 t;' 6
E, 13l2ft. to Lorner No. 5; thence S 6'20 W.
401 ft. to place of beginning; total areaclalmed,
The presumed course of the lode is north.
west and south-east. The number of feet
claimed on the lode is II:ttL, tbeing 10 ft N ;9 ti1
W and l1r4 it S 9 ' 06 E. measured along the
course of the vein from the center of them dis
c(lvery shaftI as described in the fiiregoing
ii hi notes. 1 he surface ground clanmed Is or.e
hundred and fifty-one feet in width in the
northerly side of the center of the lhir. and on
the southerly side varying from three hmldred
feet to two htundred and fifty feet to tinfotrm
to thet lines of adl)iining (lain.v. The not,, e of
lw-atlllon of (said Hay lilorH Iualrtzl inl is of
rteciord in the lhfice of the rcmunty ren irdtr (iof
t'ergus couity, at LewistowntIii. Mlontana. in
bIok :t of It Lil I.'atmi,ri, at page 5:7t.
Ahioining L l~nis: )II the Nirtlheai.t the
Plimnl lisle, tllnsmrveyed il; on tlie southte.ot tihe
oI idl.n Eagle. hle. mnisitrvevid.
,\ny and .i ll wrsottns claimilng adv|,rstly tlhe
nllling ground. vein. hlltl. preilis. lor anily
Ipr t uon theret s descri bet.d surveedi, pla ittedl
and .ippllied tor, are hereby notutied that unless
their adverse claitllls ar illldly hildl act orling tIo
law, land the regulationlils tIhrelunder, within the
tile prescribed bli law, withi the register of the
tI'lted States landl ioftie ;it Irwis.ltwn. State
iof Montana, they will be uibarred bv the Iproi
v.Isons lll ill the law in Stilt hcases rmadie sail
EDWARD BRASIEY, Register,
Ilrast piub Jan 3. Itii.
Application for Patent, No 43.
t'nlted States Land ()qCe.
LPwistown. Mont.. Jan. 10i. TINs.
Notice is hIereby plven that John A. 'lTurn
blade, whose postoflhce addlrte..s is tilt Edge.
Montana, and Richard (ises. who.e post(lthl e
address is Great Falls, Montana, have this day
iled application for patent. under the niingl i
laws of congress, for 1161.6 linear feet of thel
Iron Chancellor lode mining crlain, claiming
101 feet a 8' 2 e and hi)l. feet n "' L w from the
discovety shaft thereon, which is the presunmed
Reneralcourse of the vein. situated in Wairmni
Springs (unorganized) mining district. Fergus
county. Montana, and designated asur No.
5741, in fraetlonal tp I6 n, r S e, Montana Prin
cipal Meridian. which claim is of record in the
office of the recorder of Fergus county, in
HIaok 2, page 21, of Lode Iocations, at Lewis
town, in said county and state, and described
as follows. to-wit:
Heginning at cor No. I of said sur No. 5741,
from which the north quarter cor in north line
of sec 2, tp 16 n, r1 e, bearsa 70' ~ e 4M ifeet ;
thence a 7' 50' w 257 feet to cot No. 2; thence n
10' 55' w 11@8 feet to cot No. 3; thence a $7' :, e
527 feet to cor No. 4; thence a 9' 55 e 770 feet to
cor No. 5; thence a ,4' W 2 w 374 feet to cor No.
6; thence a 81 1i' e eet to ctr No. 7; thence
a I' 4' w ta. feet to cor No. I, the place of be
ginning. embracing an area of 12.l:t acre. upon
which a plat and notice of application for piat
ent was posted on the tkh day of January. 1WU.
Ad oining claims on the east, ur Nu. 51.
Standby lode, and sur No. 5121. Standby No. 2
There are no conflictin, claims.
EDWARD HIRAuaeY, Register.
First put) Jan. 10
MEET ME AT
EVERYONE COES THERE.
if looking ra friend end desiring to make
it is the surest Place
WILLIE KIMBALL, Propriqtor.
We heave just received at thls ofmice,
from the leading fancy stationery
house in the (.est, snmplee of their
a line of programs, menus, lnvitations,
announcements, wedding and society
stationery and fancy lines of all na
tures and for all purposes which we
will he pleased to take orders for, the
printing being done here according to
latest styles and tile wlihe, of the
buyer. The line l. without question
the handsoment ever Issued from a
stationery house, und those who
have loeoked upon the beauties of
style and coloring marvel that such
delicacy and attraction has een con
trived. Included in the line Is a
full list of progranm and simllar
stationery for the different lodges,
and ordern. Prices are extreme y
reasonahle, but time. mnu' heollowed
for ordering the design desired. l)o
not forget to look over theesesampl,,
when in need of anything of that
Anyone sending a sketb and desrvptin auk
*uIEchly aeertaln our opinSon frI whlether ao
Inventlns probly b ly e. ('ommunky.
tb,neartlle onAdentl andbnolM on P.tab
Ssent frea (tod t aef clrt.n.ia.
etente tken am s c.eeelv
itluettatedweaebip. gga ft6
Lewistown- Divine worshlp each Lord's l)ay
at II a. m. and 7:31 p. m.; .uanday school at
12.15 p. m.: Midweek service, Thursday even.
Ing at7:30. Vlsitors arecordally mI. ted.
.ewistown-Masses every Sunday at 8 and
:o:l3a. m.. except the lastSndav o the month.
Vespers. Sunday at 83: p.m. Sunday school
at 2O p. m.
(Gilt Ede-Services the last Sunday of each
month at lo a. m.
J. A. VMRNAAT, Pastor.
Lewistown-Services at II a. m. and J) p.
m. each Sunday; Class meeting at close of
morning service; Prayer meeting, Tuesday
JOHN E. WII.LIAMS. Pastor.
Beaver Creek-Services at 3 p. m. every other
Sunday; Sunday school every Sunday at 2
(;arnelli-Services every other Sunday at II
a. m. and 7:J) p. mn.; Sunday school every Sun.
day at 10 a. m.
l'bet-Service-s every ottaL i1unda1v it : Ip. In.
C'ottonwod- Services every otlher .Sunday
at 11 a. mI .
Tl'nut Creek 1 r' aces one Sunday a inmth
at :.l) p. nm.
Rock Creek -S-r\ aces one Sunida a mnonth
at 7:'. p. nI.
C. J. ST. IIII.I., Pastor.
Engine and holler 'or light work
cheapl, for cn.h at thi toffice. Ilothl i
BOOK AOENT4 WANTED FOR
the mrad.d stad fuit.euitaht bsLk emr publiLhd.
nR LIVING TUI'TIS FOR MEAD AND EPART.
a n .lnp Mr. NM t11'"4 t1-i.t .orrmons with baO
TIIIIt s tborbs Intciduts. I'rroaal .s neace..etc , a rld
BU D. L. Moody
: ram. With seomph. klt.ri nhistlibyl Rev. A CH Al.
W411, Pael or r Moody a (hir.ao hurrh for Ive ryealr
and q lautroduenoa by Re.. 1.\A AN AAB.ITT. ID. It.
Brandsaw. laet . 'flb ufdlrrrwrd CT 01.,O mar.
AUGY.NT WAI n .-Met .ad Wsmens. O ral.
1mm.ee -a hane.t time for Arent. Mend fIt terms to
a. M. WORTMINITON Ad V.. lMartr L C*on.
A - L' M
Extract of Beef
tellingl how to prepare many
dellcaLte anid deliciouM dishes.
Address., .e.ig Cu., P. . 0. Bus ?7b. New York
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OF ANIMALS OWNID AND OYAZID IN .I3OI0 COIUNT, KONTAIA.
C. M. 000DELL, owner of the following
i l rand, I frzarter c lr I' .1 ,on righlt ,Ihould
I er 'ent v , half in ie I r:aul (:attle branud
oI .nstle l rli it rI . . ;iuu lh,11 '.itbrooka . MolaI -
t.,na; rang. . Jiilo o rnt.r to 1,illo.w creek.
i'Po.tflicec ahmlr.es-, i'lhltrok.
R. A. JELLISON, rownelr of the follow.ingI
brand, horse, jr on right thigh; att at:.; same
on right ribl. Rani I at l'hllrookI : range.
Judiuth river, .Ros Folrk andl Ifrav.or creek. P'.
(. address, 'lhilbrcr ok.
EDOAR A. HAMILTON, owner of the ful
Son left rib, vent smane on left thigh foa
Also owner of cattle branded on ft
Range from Surprise creek to Judith river;
ranch near Stanford. P. U. address, ,tanford.
0130903 ACGMAN, owner of the follow
Ing brand a on left shoulder. Cattle brand
ed same on both ribs. Ranch. situated sia
mlres above Musselshell I'. ()., on north side
of MusselabeU. Range. between Mumelshell
and Willow creek, near Wall rock. P. U. ad.
dress. Musselshell. Mont.
W. . I. NIrTT, owner of the followitn
brands: Ho.nes branded on left thigb
vent same blaNd on left shoulder. Cat.
tle branded ame. Ranlge wer McDonald
creeks. P.O. midir.a. Flatwillow. Mont.
OI IAL ROSTER.
. S. Senato .............. . ' H. . Clart
Representative Ia Cig s ...... . S. Hartman
U. S. Marl. ......... J. P Woolman
Realster U. - .. E..dward Braey
Receiver U. . I m ....L. W. Eldr. d e
I Survevor I...... ..... . ....... . W S. e ie
U. S. Attorney ................... W.B. Rodger
Governor............ ..... R B. Smith
Lieutehanm evt . ............. A. SprLggs
S.cretary of... ... ........i ---S·T S
Treasurerýs ........... . .T. Coins
Auditor ....................T. W. Polndexter
Attorny ( ... ........C. B. Nolan
Chief Just. Sepl.rae t;oeht. Theodore Brantly
Asso. Justices sepwe Coet... . Hunt
Ao W.G. Pigott
Clerk of Sneosm Cort .......H. . R lckert
Supt. of Public latuct.lo...... .. A. Carleton
Ferlgu Cotuty Officers.
State Senator ............ ..... S. S. Hobson
I Mem.HoueoRepatieW. A. Hedge
SMem. Houwolrt le n) C. C. Long
Judge Tenth Judicial Dit.....Dudley Dulose
Clerk of Court... .........Edmund Wright
( .am'. Phillips, Chmn.
Commmiaioners.... W D. .lay on.
Treasurer ................. D. A. Meagher
Clerk and Recorder............. C.M. Kelly
Attorney....... ........... .. F. E. Smith
,\,e...,r . .... ........ . lD nald Fowler
Supt. I'Public Sch~ools.......... .f E. S. Peebles
Sur\veor ... ............. . (. M. Stafford
C 'rn er ..... ........ ........ Dr. ( . F. David
I'IuhIi .\dministrator......... W. V. Lewis
C o'ntv Commlstioners meet in regular sea.
aslnm on the first Monday of March, June, Sep.
tenilt.er and December.
I l.trict Court meets during Iorl an follows:
S.i.tijrtav. March 10; Tuesday,. Jun.e I: Satur.
1.iv, .epitember Ib; Thursday. Nenitnber 15
,I IRAN oCAm1T 3O. 16. B A. N.
.veets the second and fourth Wednelt .i..,
of cat h month in Masonic hall.
F. E.SMITInI. 1. P.
!I. J. IHAt'i, Secy.
I EWIuTOWW LO@I 0I O . 7A.F.&IA. I.
I Met the first nd third Saturda)s of each
n0IIth in Masonic hall.
L.. W. ELDRIDIME, W.M.
J. I. .~T ART, SeCy.
JUDITH .0ODO NO. M0, 0. 0 . -- Meets
. c.try Thursday in the I thlan hall.
F. E.SMITn, C.C.
I). E. IIMIIII.L, K. of R. & S.
SSWISTOWN LODOW0. 484, 3.? 0. ILlS
SMeets the ec(nd and fourth Saturdays of
each montllh in Masonic hall.
F. E. SMITH, E. R.
EDw. IlRAIKY,. Secy.
-IO SIPI 0& P O. 108, WOODIEn
SOF i 0[--M.etthe second and
fourth Tuesday of ech month in Stafford hall.
G. W. ANDERSON, C. C.
WM. E. CORT, Clerk.
JUDITH ILDOn 0-. $0. L 0. 0. 1.-Meets
e very Monday eveni in Stafford hall.
C. B. JOHN.)N, N. G.
A. W. STODDARD, R. ..
7T, I. 0. 0. l--Meel the first an third
I'ueMlay evening of each month an Stafford's
hall. C. B. JoHNSON, C. P.
F. C. STILI., S.
School Board Dist. No. I.
W. E. Cart, chairman; R. G. Jackson, J. H.
Vadnacs. L. P. Mlaer and J. J. Thompson,
trustees: ... G. Woeqe. clerk.
kerular meetings held on the first and third
Saturdays of each moch at t8 p. m. at the office
of the clerk.
S , I3. 1HOB80, owner 6f the following brands
1- on right shoulder: alsofon left shoul
Sder or thlgh. Cattle branded 12 on left rib.:
ki As ,als" J M on left ribs; also
on Irft .lhoulder. Ranch.n ear tica
Hanch. Itmteen Judith and Wolf cr . P.
0. addre.s, Utica.
NOITHFIRLD rANGO 00., owners of the
J followitn brands, Ir on left shoulder for
It horse. and on left side for cattle; on left hip of
P'. c at t Ive r.Io IH. Louther. Ranch, Mussel.
htrll river. Range, Musselshell.
SSnrltowles and Bull mountains. P.O. address
Hiuntlup, Yellowstone county. Montana.
J 5. R UNR OO, owner of the following
or Lrand.s h on left shoulder and
ft on right thigh. Cattle on left ribs.
lranch at Utica. Range. upper Judith. P.
dO. address. Utica. Montana.
rflO1U LIUZ STOCK & LASD 00., own.
ern of the following brands: Forcattle e' a
right hip boariaotal ber on right lide. For
d hones F on right shoulder and a few 0 0n
i left thigh. Also a few thus. Range, firom
le Judith mountainsto MYlilt river. P.O.ad.
ril dres. Fort Magialias, Moots.
Wi. JACIUO1U A 303, owness d the folt
- lowing brands: Catle branded
og on right ribs. Also. cattle brand.
ed on oleft sid of nec.. Range
Jd be. tween Judith river ad Wil.