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Anaconda News
ANACONDA OFFICE : 10414 COMMEK
CI AL AVENUE.
THE CLERKS WORK
Much Business Transacted Dur
ing the Year.
THE REPORT IS MADE OUT
Conviction of' fêiôntes. V. ' " ' ! 33
Showing iu Tabular Form the Work
That Was Done—Number of
Civil and Criminal Cases
Clerk of the District Court E. J. Cor
loran has made out his annual report
Which shows the magnitude of the busi
ness transacted in that office during the
past year. More cases were disposed of
than in Lewis and Clarke county and
the work of only one deputy, D. H. Mo
roney, commonly called "Judge," was re
quired. The business transacted is speci
fied as follows:
Civil cases pending Dec. 31. 1S97...... 95
Civil cases begun during 1S9S......... 197
Civil cases disposed of during 1S9S... 207
Civil cases pending Dee. 31, 1S9S...... 85
Criminal cases, 1898.................
Criminal cases appealed from low
court
66
Convictions of misdemeanors ........
Commitments to reform school.......
Criminal cases dismissed.............
Acquitted of criminal charges.........
Criminal eases pending Dee. 31, 1898..
Administrations pending Dec. 31, 1897
Letters of administration issued dur
ing 189S ...............................
Estates settled ........................
Administrations pending .............
Guardianships pending
Guardians appointed .................. 6
Guardianships disposed of.........
Executions issued ..................
insane cases .......................
Committed to asylum...............
Acquitted ..........................
Decrees of foreclosure...............
Orders of sale ......................
Marriage licenses issued............
Divorces granted ...................
Naturalizations ....................
Of the naturalized citizens Austria fur
nished 65. Belgium 1. England 7, France
1. Ireland SS, Norway 9. Canada 19. Fin
land 2, Germany 8, Italy 2, Russia 2,
Sweden 21. Switzerland 2, Wales 3 and 3
from all other countries.
NOTED MINISTER HERE
Tonight at the M. E. church Rev. F. L.
Buzzell, late of Boston, will give his first
sermon to an Anaconda audience. He
has been secured for only a very limited
time as his other engagements preclude
remaining any great length of time.
He is a gentleman of culture and deep
thought. His sermons are philosophical
and give great satisfaction everywhere.
Mr. Buzzell has occupied prominent pul
nits in the Baptist, Congregational and
Presbyterian churches, and is now a reg
ular and very successful minister in the
M. E. church. It is the desire of the pas
tor of the M. E. church that all the min
isters and their congregations in the city
attend these meetings to enjoy them and
reap the good that may be attained and
been sent to the ministers. The church is
Written invitations to this effect have
encouraged from present indications to
expect great things.
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ACONTENTED WOMAN
The attraction at the Margaret theater
tomorow evening will be "A Contented
Woman," a satire on the woman in poli
tics, will be presented. So much has been
written and said concerning the pro
nounced success of this, the funniest of
all Hoyt's comedies, it is not unnatural
that theater-goers look forward to the
coming engagement with much pleasure
and anticipation. The piece comes en
dorsed by the entire New York press,
where it enjoyed a most prosperous run.
The cast is announced as the strongest
and most talented Mr. Hoyt has ever or
ganized. including as it does, many fa
vorites who have been frequently seen in
other Hoyt successes.
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NICKERSON - W I ST
The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Matthews, at 219 West Park avenue, was
the scene of a very quiet wedding yes
terday afternoon at 1 o'clock, Rev. F. B.
Cieland of the Presbyterian church of
ficiating. Tiie contracting parties were
Daniel C. Nickerson, with the construc
tion department of the Washoe Copper !
Co. at Silver Lake, and Miss Anna L. 1
Weist of Philipsburg, a niece of Hon. !
James McDonel of that place. The cere
mony was performed in the presence of
only a few intimate friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Nickerson have departed
for Silver Lake, where they will take up
their residence during the time Mr. Nick
erson is engaged with the Washoe Co.
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"Fancy Groceries!
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Hait Nd Epi Try flcm.
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308 E. Park Ave.
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Embroidery materials, No. 2, Shields. *
City Engineer E. H. MacDonald was a
Butte visitor today.
Christmas is over, but the rush for
fresh candies at Pendleton's still con
tinues. •
Charles Miller and Charles Davis are
under arrest charged with vagrancy and
begging on the streets.
F. D. St. Jean, physician and surgeon.
Office, 212% E. Park avenue, over Stand
ard drug store. *
A marriage license was issued yester
day to Pat Fahey and Miss Alice Mar
ron, both of Anaconda. They will be
married in Butte today.
Miss Cora Jenkins, of Butte, spent New
Years the gucs t of her sister, Mrs. D. R.
McRea, at 519 Locust street.
H. C. Sultzer, editor-in-chicf, and J. L.
Dobell, city editor, of the Butte Miner,
were in the city yesterday.
Tiie total amount of warrants cancelled
in the county treasurer's office for the
month of November, 1898, was $51,860.82.
R. Johnson, employed at the convert
ers, was severely burned about the neck
while at work at an early hour this
morning.
Rev. F. L. Buzzell of Boston, an evan
gelist of note, wil larrive in the city to
morrow and conduct several meetings at
the M. E. church. *
The Copper City Business College
closed a very successful term last week.
The winter term will commence January
3d, with new classes in commercial and
The converter strike lias been declared
off. Many of the men, among them mar
ried men. who were not present when the
walk out occurred, expect to get back
again.
People coming from among the moun
tains report a good fall of snow, sufficient
to make good sleighing. Considerable
8no \ v also fel1 in the valley around Ana '
conda.
LOCAL BRIEFS.
The deputies already named for the office
of county clerk and recorder are C. J.
Healy and Thomas Dougherty, who sue
ceed themselves. Mr. Martin, clerk and
recorder, is entitled to another deputy,
"h° ' i11 lje appointed latei.
The county comissioners met today
and will be in session two days. Bills al
lowed were: H. L. Mountjoy, contract on
bridge. $193; Sheriff Fitzpatrick, board of
county prisoners, $301.50; H. B. Davis,
county surveyor, salary, $100.
Father Larkin, superior of All Hallows
iu!!f^ at Si * iU Baht' <'ity. and Rev. Joseph
Pudenz, pastor of the Catholic church at
Fort Benton, are the guests ot Father Fol
let. Father Larkin delivered a sermon at
St. Paul s church yesterday morning and
F ather Pudenz in the evening at vespers.
Judge Welling Napton, of Deer Lodge,
the newly appaointed judge of the dis
trict court, will arrive in the city tonight.
It is expected that he will hold a short
session of court tomorrow. Judge Brant
ly's law library is being removed to Hel
ena to make room for Judge Napton.
Some midnight prowler entered the
woodshed of W. A. Elliott last night and
carried away an axe, saw and other
things. Mr. Elliott is on the look out for
the person and has his shed securely
locked. In place of the new axe he left
an oid one but for the other articles he
left no substitute.

Aldermen Fitzpatrick, Hamill, Gang- '
ner, McGuire, Dalton and Devine met at
the city hall last night for a council
meeting which was adjourned until to
night. Alderman Fitzpatrick occupied
the chair. John C. Derks was secretary
pro tern. Mayor Leiser was absent in
Deer Lodge valley, being called away
early in the evening to set a broken leg.
Constables for Anaconda township are
stationed as folows: Dan Lynch for
Judge Kennedy; Val Shebat for Judge
Boland and Wm. F. Furay for Judge
Fitzgerald in the police court. There was
little business in any of the courts today.
At 3 p. m. James Edwards, charged with
embezzlement was arraigned in Judge
Kenendy's court.
Deputy Sheriff Joe Daly has left for
Great Falls and will bring back James Ed
wards of this city, who was arrested there
Sunday, charged with the embezzlement
of $171 from William H. Edgcombo, pro
prietor of the An-i'-onda laundry, several
weeks ago. Edwards was arrested shortly
after coming off th- train which runs into
Great. Falls from Canada. Word of his
arrest was telephoned to Sheriff Conley,
and Deputy Daly was sent after him. Ed
wards is well known in this city, where his
parents and wife resides. He has worked
for the Montana and Anaconda laundries
and was in the employ of the latter when
charges of embezzlement were preferred
against him.
INSTALLATION CEREMONIES
The L. C. Li. A. will on tomorrow even
ing at Silver hall, hold their installation
of officers which promises to be an ex
traordinary affair in the history of the
society. A splendid programme lias been
arranged, also a small banquet in honor
uf the occasion and the invited guests
who will be present. The officers to be
installed are:
President—Mrs. James P. Foley.
First Vice-President—Mrs. Theo Ehret.
Second Vice-President—Mrs. I. J.' Har
rington.
Reoorder
Assistant
loney.
Financial Secretary—Mrs. J. E. Young.
Treasurer—Mrs. John Bowers.
Marshall—Mrs. Mary McEachren.
Guard—Mrs. Kate Dugan.
Trustees—Mrs. Margaret
Mrs. Dan Conley.
-Mrs. T. J. Fleming.
Recorder— M iss M ary
Ma
Lynn and
LADIES APPRECIATE
A good remedy, and there Is not anything
nn the market that equals French Tansy
Tablets for the relief and cure of painful
end irregular menses. These tablets re
move all obstructions, no matter what
the cause. Manufactured by A. Augen
dre, Paris, France, and for sa:e only by
the Newbro Drug Co.. Butte. Mont., sole
agents. Price. $2 per '>>ox; sent by mail
securely sealed.
Birmingham Post: A negro, dark as
ebony, and rejoicing in the name of
York Crockett, was brought up in eus- j
tody Tuesday at Gainsborough petty
sessions, on a double charge of assault,
The prisoner elected to give evidence on
his own behalf. The chairman, W. Em
bleton Fox, looking up and seeing a
black hand stretched out to the testa- 1
ment, promptly exclaimed. "Take off
your glove." ''That's his hand," re- j
marked the clerk. The chairman bowed
hlo hnn/1 nvor nie Hafilr nn.l iha aaiii.1 -
his head over his desk, and the court
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BUTTE NEWS.
COURT WILL DO IT
Judge Lindsay Held a "Smok
er" This Afternoon.
HE WILL DIRECT THE WORK
Necessary to Be Done to Ridthe Town
of Its Dense Smeller
Fumes.,
; srno k e ; whether the fumes would not pre
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sent a more imposing a) . arance belch
; n! r from the hurricane deck of a high
j stack conencted with flues from the
smelters than it does by flowing into the
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j Before the real proceedings were eom
menced several ex-parte matters were
i taken up and disposed of by the court.
I This fact threw the beginning late into
t he afternoon. The commencement, how
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ever, was virtually the end, for the judge
read the following and then asked the
cmeltermen if they had anything to say.
( There wns no reply and the judge ordered
the bailiff to adjourn court:
i "This is confessedly
Judge Lindsay held a "smoker" in his
department of the district court this
afternoon and it proved to be such an
enjoyable affair that the principal feat
ures will remain fresh in the memory of
those present for a long time to come.
Among the guests were Frank Klepetko,
general manager for the Boston & Mon
tana and Butte & Boston companies;
Robert D. Grant, general manager for Die
Parrot company; A. H. Wethey, general
manager at W. A. Clark's Butte Reduc
tion works, and Henry Williams, general
manager for t'he Colorado company. The
latter gentleman joined the circle with
the aid of crutches, being too badly
crippled to walk without them. They
were all represented by attorneys.
One of the questions discussed was in
regard to the course of the smelter
matter of great
public interest and importance. The ex
amination about to be undertaken and
tiie suggestions sought cannot be con
sidered as a judicial proceeding, strictly,
and is a matter solely for the informa
tion of the court, in order that, if pos
sible, a satisfactory solution of the prob
lem now confronting us may be reached
without recourse to measures which
might otherwise appear necessary.
"If the managers of the various smelt
ing plants consider that they have here
tofore fully set forth their views in the
■ letters submitted to the county attorney,
' then tho ( ourt ' so far at least as this
examination is concerned, need not pro
ceed. The opportunity to now appear is,
in my estimation, a privilege extended to
the various persons and corporations in
interest Such statements as may now
lie made are altogether optional, and, as
suggested, for the information of the
court alone. If the parties in interest
desire to be heard before further action
is taken, then I shall be glad to listen to
what they have to say. If none of the
persons subpoenaed wish to be heard,
then the court will take the responses to
the county attorney's letter as a basis
for its action, and will be governed as its
judgment dictates. Furthermore, 1 shall
take the opportunity now of saying
that the county attorney will appoint no
engineers, as suggested, nor will the
court sanction such proceeding. The
persons responsible for the existing nui
sance may employ such assistants as
they desire. They will not be employed
at the expense of the public.
"The entire matter will be taken under
consideration. As soon as I have de
termined upon such course as it may be
decided to pursue, the county attorney
will he informed concerning the steps
which shall be taken."
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Grand Opera House
Monday and Tuesday,
January 2 and 3
Testimonial Benefits
Tendered to
IQHN MAGUIRE
™ —By the Citizens of Butte
At Which Will Appear the Eminent
T ragedian
MR. DANIEL E. BANDMANN,»7nL„
Mr,. Will S. Rising
Miss Lillian Kemble
Mr. Mack Charles
The Great Do Bell
Mr. William Woods
And the Best Amateur Talent in the City
Begnlar Prices SEATS NOW ON SALE ATTHE BOI OFFICE
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A BLIZZARD DUE.
MANAGER WHARTON SAYS SE
VERE WEATHER IS COMING
SOON.
What Butte lacks in the way of a
weather bureau is ..dsnirably supplied by
Manager J. R. Wharton of the Street
Railway company, who partly for his
own convenience and partly for the pur
pose of forestalling the effects of bliz
zards, Chinooks and such things, on his
railroad system keeps tab on the weather,
and has more prestige among his ac
quaintances than the king pin in the na
tional observatory at Greenwich.
Mr. Wharton lias been watching the
weather very closely during the past
week and is willing to stake his reputa
tion on the fact that Butte will be visited
by a blizzard within the next 48 hours
that will be a "corker." The barometer
he says, took an awful tumble this morn
ing and in fact it had been falling for the
past 24 hours. Mr. Wharton says the
blizzard is now over-due but hopes it will
not be as bad as he anticipates.
A FEMALE BLACKMAILER.
A man, whose name could not be learned
reported to police headquarters today that
there was a notorious female blackmailer
| > n town, jyho had unsuccessfully Vi-TotT'her
work on him. He said that the woman had
operated in Seattle, Spokane, Butte and
many other northwestern towns, but had
her demands with a pistol. And such a
pistol! It is a big army Colt's, with a bar
rel like a rifle, and was never meant for a
woman to handle.
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it away from her. He secured the assist
anoe of Detectives Murphy and Ray and
this afternoon the trio went to make a call
on her ladyship. Just what action they
will take in the matter is not known, but in
some way or other a period will be put to
her operations.
PERSONAL.
Hon. H. L. Frank will leave this even
ing for a brief visit to Helena. His trip
the solons in session.
Louis W. Buskett, formerly assayer for
the Iren Mountain Mining Co., at Par
dee, left Helena this morning to accept a
position at Sumatra, Java, one of the
East Indian islands. Mr. Buskett was
also formerly employed as assayer at the
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nected with the United States assay office
at Helena. He will act as assayer at a
big salary for a big mining corporation
in Batavia. I
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A new kind of mutual fund was start
ed in St. Petersburg last spring—mar
riage insurance. It is now in successful
operation. Single women are the only
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
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ODD INSURANCE IN RUSSIA.
members who are recruited from year to
y car in separate classes. At their early
entry they pay one ruble (about 50 cents)
and whenever one of their number mar
ries^ every member of that class pays an
additional ruble. The assessment thus '
collected is offered to the bride to buy a
trosseau. One restriction prevents
new members from taking advantage of
the older ones. No dowry assessment is
called unless the girl has been a member
in good standing for one year. Each
class is permitted to have not more than
100 members, after that admissions are
refused until vacancies occur by mar
riage, when new members are taken in
at the option of tiie members.
FULLY RECOVERED.
"Has your husband fuly recovered from
his army experience?"
"Oh, quite. He finds fault with the
victuals every day now."
COMBINATION
MINING AND MILLING CO.
Works Situated at Combination (Formerly
Ulack Pine) Granite County*
State of Montana.
NOTICE
There Is delinquent upon the following
described stock of the Combination Mining
and Milling Company, on account of the
assessment levied on the 27th day of Oc
tober, 1898, the several amounts set opposite
the names of the respective shareholders,
as follows:
Amt.
$ 10 00
5 OO
100 00
1Ü0 00
30 00
50 90
50 00
10 00
30 00
10 00
10 00
30 00
47 50
62 50
5 00
10 00
5 00
23 00
Names. -
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Bohnian. Tt
iJelfier, Mrs. Elizabeth. 376
50
uoringer, John N
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1000
Botinger, John N
Beckwith, H Tl
Babcock, E C.
Babcock. E C
....1801
500
Carbis, William ii
100
Coonan, Thomas
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300
Corwin, William M....17r,9
100
Corwin, William M
....1760
100
Durfee, Francis M.
Durfee, D M
300
Durfee, D M
625
Durfee, Emily j...
____3;18
50
Davis, Miss Gettie
.... 201
100
Davey, Thos. H
____942
50
Davis, Jas. À .......
Davis, Andrew .T
....178»
250
Trustee .
Durand, Mrs. Millie
....1745
500
Durand, Frank
250
Durand, Frank
____1173
250
Durand, Frank
____1191
500
Durand, Frank ...
____1540
500
Durand, Frank
____1541
500
Durand, Frank ....
____1GS0
1402
Durand, Frank
____174G
500
Durand, Frank
....1747
300
Durand, Frank
....1781
500
Durand, Frank
____17S9
150
250
Evans, John G .
.... 20
Franzman, Jaeob
.... 104
100
Harper, Jos. H. .
....1080
5000
Harper, Jos. H.....
....1081
3000
Harper, Jos. H.....
Harper, Jos. H____
•...1085
250
....1091
50
Harper, Jos. H.....
....1097
500
Harper, Jos. H.....
....1678
1000
Harper, Jos. H.....
....1679
600
Hai per, Jos. H.....
....1088
250
Harper, Jos. If.....
....1089
250
Harper, Jos. H.
....1690
250
Harper, Jos, H.....
....1691
250
Harper, Jos. H.....
....1692
100
Harper, Jos. H...
....1693
100
Harper, Jos. H......
Harper, Jos. H.....
....1691
50
....1733
50
Harper, Mrs. Helen
C.. 3(0
250
Harper, Mrs. Helen
C..1124
3000
Harper, Mrs. Helen
C. .1204
50
Harper. Geo. H____
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500
Harper, D. F _____ ,
.... 247
125
Harper, Wm. R.....
.... 24S
125
Howland, Sirs. SI. E
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50
Haskell, Miss Ellen P..179I
Haskell, Miss Ellen P..1795
Hyde, Jos. A............ 66
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Haskell, Miss Ellen P..1792
Haskell, Miss Ellen P..1793
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153)
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Hyde! Jos!
Hvde! Jos!
I Hyde, Jos.
Jos.
I Hyde, Jos.
I Hail, A. P
Hermann, Ed ......
Hansen, Emil .....
Hodgens, T. M ____
Johnson, Charles .
Johnson, Levi C ...
Kiefer, Chas. F .....
Kiefer, Chas. F .....
Kiefer, Ohas. F .....
Kiefer, Chas. F .....
Kiefer, Chas. F .....
Kiefer, Ohas. F .....
Kiefer, Chas. F .....
Kiefer, Chas. F .....
Kiefer, Chas. F .....
Kiefer, Chas. F .....
Kiefer! Chas F .....
Kiefer, Chas! FÜ.Ü ..... 4811
Kaiser, Mrs. Louisa____641
Lamping, Robert ...... 163
Lake, Henry ............ 179
Leiser, Otto ............. 70S
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477
478
479
Morse, Mrs. F. H..
Mullins, Patrick ..
Mullins, Patrick ..
Mullins, Patrick ..
Mullins. Patrick
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. 37
.1697
.1698
..1702
Mullins,' Patrick ........1703
Mullins, Patrick ........1704
Mullins, Patrick ........1705
Mullins, Patrick ........1706
Mullins, Patrick ........1707
Mullins, Patrick ........17u8
Mullins, Patrick ........1709
Mullins, Patrick ........1710
Mullins, Patrick ........1711
Mullins, Patrick ........1712
Mullins, Patrick ........1713
Mullins, Patrick ........1711
Mullins, Patrick ........1715
Mullins, Patrick ........1734
Mullins, Patrick ........1735
Mullins, Patrick ........1732
Mullins, Patrick ........1753
Mullins, Patrick ........1758
Mullins, Patrick ........1768
Mullins, Patrick ........1769
Mullins, Patrick ........1770
Mullins, Patrick ........1816
Milligan, Janies ....... 99
Murray, Joseph ......... 145
Moore, F. V.............. 586
Miller, Mrs. Mary A.... 262
Mullins, Misa Mary ----1737
Miller, Mrs. Mary A,
Trustee ................1782
Miller, Mrs. Mary A,
Trustee ...............17S3
Morrell Mrs. Lizzie ....1756
McKellops, H. J.........1075
McConnell, O. J.........1761
McMillan, Angus ....... 686
McMillan, Miss Mary A 687
McMillan, Arthur C----1185
McMillan, Arthur C....1823
Northey, Abram ....... 136
Ortiez, Joseph ......... 11
Omstead, David ........ 974
Overall, John H........1827
Preston, James L........1818
Price, Bennett, agent.. 1803
made Ct0r ® * a, - d Co - p - any '
Quick, M.................1221
Rickards, J. E........... 771
Roberts, H. G ........ • • 143
Southmayd, Mrs. S. E.. 773
Stifel, Charles F ........ 481
Stifel, Charles F ........ 482
Stifel, Charles F ........ 483
Stifel, Charles F ........ 484
Stifel, Charles F ........ 485
Stifel, Charles F ........ 48G
Stifel, Charles F ........ 487
Stifel, Charles F ........ 488
Stifel, Charles F ........ 489
Stifel, Charles F ........ 490
Stifel, Charles F ........ 491
Stifel, Charles F ........ 492
Stifel, Charles F ........ 493
Sligh, Jas. M............ 929
M............1153
M............1690
M............1700
M............1701
M............1762
M............1763
M............1765
Scott, W. D..............1514
Schniittner, William ...1726
Schmittner, William ...1727
Talent, Patrick ........ 170
Talent. Patrick ........ 648
Thomas, Jos. H.......... 94
Tawney, James A ...... 127
Thompson, William ....1828
Titus, H F .............. 876
Titus, H. F ..............1146
Titus, H. F ..............1695
Williams, Henry ....... 2
Williams, Henry .......1144
Williams, Henry .......1829
Williams, Henry .......1830
Wilson, Mrs. Emma .... 62
Whittaker, John .......1100
Wilt, Mrs. Margaret...1781
And in accordance with law and the order
Board of Directors of said Company,
on th" 27th day of October, 1898, so
Sligh, Jas.
Sligh, Jas.
Sligh, Jas.
Sligh, Jas.
Sligh, Jas.
Sligh, Jas.
Sligh, Jas
100
100
100
50
100
100
10O
10O
100
100
100
25
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HUIE POCK & CO.
Dealer in
CHINESE AND JAPANESE
Fancy Goods, Teas. Chinaware am)
Ladles' Dress Goods. All Kinds of Silks.
Ladies' and Gentlemen'* Underwear
Made to Order.
U8 S. MAIN ST.. BUTTE.
: many shares of each parcel of said stock
ll ^ may be necessary, will be sold In front
o1 the Bee Hive block. No. 48 East Broad
Butte City, Silver Bow County,
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Montana, on the 7th day of January, 1899,
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay said
delinquent assessment thereon, together
with costs of advertising and expenses of
tiie sale.
JESSE B. MELLOR.
Secretary of said Combination Mining and
Mining Company. Office located at room
No. 39 in the Bee Hive Block, No. 48 East
Broadway, in Butte City, Silver Bow
County, State of Montana.
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Second Judicial District of the State
of Montana, in and for the County of
Silver Bow—ss:
Mary Drowatsky, plaintiff, vs. Rudolph
Drowatsky, defendant.
The state of Montana sends greeting to
the above-named defendant:
lou are hereby summoned to answer
the complaint in this action, which is
; filed in the office of the clerk of this
] court, a copy of which is herewith served
upon you, and to file your answer and
serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's
attorney within twenty days after the
service of this summons, exclusive of the
day of service; and in case of your failure
; to appear or answer, judgment will be
I taken against you by default, for the re
; lief demanded in the complaint.
J Said action is brought to obtain a judg
1 mont and decree of said court, dissolving
the bonds of matrimony heretofore and
now existing between the plaintiff and
defendant above named, on the ground
of extreme ciueity. Plaintiff's verified
complaint, on file herein, alleging among
other things that you, said defendant,
did, on the 5th day of March, 1898, and
repeatedly, publish and make false
charges against the chastity of plaintiff.
And you are hereby notified that if
you fail to appear and answer said com
plaint, as above required, the said plain
tiff will take judgment against you ac
cording to the prayer of her said com
plaint.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court this 16th day of December, A. D.
1898.
CLINTON C. CLARK,
(SEAL.) Clerk.
By J. E MORAN, Deputy Clerk.
Thompson Campbell, Attorney for
Plaintiff.
No. 7846.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Second Judi
cial District of the State of Montana,
In and for the County of Silver Bow.
William Owsley and Charles Sehatz
lein Plaintiffs, vs. Montana Smelting
& Mining Company, a corporation; E. L.
Larsen, I, M. Jacobs, A. S. Binnard,
Abraham Binnard and Sewel Davis, de
fendants.
The state of Montana sends greeting to
the above- named defendants.
You are hereby summoned to answer
the complaint in this action, which Is
filed in the office of the clerk of this
court, a copy of which is herewith served
upon you, and to file your answer and
serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's
attorney within twenty days after the
service of this summons, exclusive of the
day of service; and in case of your fail
ure to appear or answer, judgment will
be taken against you by default, for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a
judgment and decree of this court upon
a certain promissory note for the sum of
$7,000.00, alleged to have been made, exe
cuted and delivered by the- defendant,
the Montana Smelting & Mining com
pany, a corporation organized and exist
ing unJer and by virtue of the laws of
the state of Montana, to the plaintiffs on
October 19, 1S97, and bearing interest at
the rate of one per cent per month from
date until paid, and which now remains
due, owing and unpaid, and is held and
owned by the plaintiffs; that a certain
lien of mortgage, as evidenced by con
tracts in writing executed October 19,
1897, and alleged In the complaint to have
been given as security for the payment
of the said promissory note, be foreclosed
upon the property set forth in said con
tracts, to-wtt; Upon 24,086 % shares of
the capital stock of the said Montana
certain mining leases upon the Longfel
low, Cooper, Buckeye, Lighthouse and
Calelte lode claims in Madison county,
Montana, and that the same be sold;
that the plaintiffs have judgment against
the said Montana Smelting & Mining
] company for the amount of said note;
i that the Interests of the defendants, E.
' L. Larsen, I. M. Jacobs, A. S. Binnard,
Abraham Binnard and Sewell Davis, be
decreed to be subsequent and subject to the
lien of tho plaintiffs upon said property,
and for an attorney's fee of $500.00, to be
taxed as part of the costs of said action;
and for such other relief as may be
equitable.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
court this 30th day of November, A. D.
1S98.
CLINTON C. CLARK,
(SEAL OP COURT.) Clerk.
By T. E. BOOTH, Deputy Clerk.
William E. Carroll, Attorney for Plain
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