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DeebL odgeHews
WOODMEN VISIT
This Town on Their Annual
Picnic Yesterday.
WERE WELL ENTERTAINED
Besides the Many Sports a Tour
Inspection of the Peni
tentiary Was Made.
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"Deer Lodge, Aug. 20.—'The Woodmen of
A merica have had'a great time here to
il. y. The last train in at 11:10 brought
< .er 800 people, which brought the total
up to fully 1,500 . They are b::ng hand
somely entertained and from appearances
aie having a great time. The baseball
game this afternoon resulted in a victory
for the Hutte Jr., nine who put up a nice
game—5 to 4. At the prison, Messrs. Con
ley & McTague entertained about S00 peo
ple, showing them through the enclosure.
Their system of handling these guests
nmong all kinds of criminals is something
wonderful and shows what dise .pline will
do. The prison band played during tile
afternoon for the benefit of guests and
their music was greatly appreciated.
Bandmaster Lup-ey, who is employed to
teach ;h- inmates, is entitled to much
credit, as he lias put the convict band in
g :.-rt music a? any i.nc would wish to hear,
has them well in hand. There .are 24 mem
bers and today all appeared in white duck
suits, within the enclosure and made as
god music as any one would wish to hear.
The residence of Jack Read caught fire
at about one o'clock Saturday night and
the less Is total. Adjusters wen here to
day and summed up the loss. Mrs. Reed
is in Garnet and her pretty home is de
stroyed, but she dors not know it. Mr. j
Reed expects to go down today and break j
the news to his wife who is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Ward.
Messrs. Conley & McTagnc aside from
entertaining all the vlstitors from Butte
today, they are taking good care of their
guests from Helena. Among them State
Treasure: Tim Collins, Attorney General
C. B. Nolan. Judge- Ftnith. Dave -Marks,
Sid Miller, J. S. Ailing, of the Helena
Herald, and. C. J. Clark. Messrs. Frank
and James Conley and Monroe Trask
were the leading spirits and the vistiors
report they had the best time in the world.
Mrs. Al. Covey has a bran new girl the
result of a birth yesterday. Mr. Covey is
in the Big Hole valley and is at work
there.
Haying is still on and the grass con
tinues to grow longer.
LOST IN THE GREAT CLOSED LAND.
Public Opinion: It is strange that in
these days of exploration there should
still be a land which has never been pene
trated by a white man. Lhassa, the cap
ita) of Thibet, is the one city on the face
of the earth which no stranger can enter.
This land of mystery, whose locked gates
so many brave men have tried to open,
is 14 times as big as England, and is
three miles above the level of the sea.
Its population is about as large as the
population of London. Only one English
man has ever been in the sacred city -
Thomas Manning, who reached it in 1811.
Hi- was soon sent back again, however,
and since- that time travelers and mis
sionaries have risked their lives in at
tempts to solve the riddle of the unknown
land.
Mrs. Lucie Rijnhart, the American wife
of a Dutch missionary in China, lias
reached the furthest point in Thibet ever
trodden by a stranger, but she has paid
dearly for her courage. It was Mrs.
Rijnhart who, with her husband, assisted
Captain Welby and Lieutenant Malcolm,
two English officers, in their recent jour
ney across Thibet, and since then the
missionary and his wife, with their little
boy, hardly more than a year old, re
solved to do what in them lay to carry
the gospel into the heart of this strange
country. Today Lucie Rijnhart is back
in her home in a little village on the bor
ders of Manitoba, her boy lies in a lonely
grave in wild Thibet, and her husband
slic has lost forever in this world, unless
a miracle brings him home again. For
months they traveled, singing hymns and
distributing Bibles, as they rode along
the mountain streams. Then their horses
wi re shot, their men left them, and they
were helpless and alone.
"On the day before yesterday," writes
the brave wife, "my husband swam
across the river to get the people in the
tents to come with their animals to our
aid. He swam across and turned on the
bank to wave his hand at me. Then he
disappeared behind the rocks. For three
days 1 have waited for him to come back,
but he does not."
And now Lucie Rijnhart is alone in
Manitoba, lier beautiful face worn with
grief, her child snatched from her, her
husband dead or worse than dead In the
Great Closed Land. What her husband
is suffering must be difficult to describe.
The Thibetans are not merciful to
st rang I rs. "Intruders" are made to ride
on horseback on a wooden saddle with a
high back from which iron spikes, stick
out horizontally; or to stand on a log of
wood with their legs thrust as wide apart
as tlio strength of five men can force
them. Redhot irons are held within .an
inch of their eyes, guns are fired close to
their heads, and the rack is as common
as in the days of the Inquisition. It is
to be hoped the brave missionary is dead,
rather than enduring the tortures which
other travelers have suffered. All ef
forts to find him have been in vain and
Mrs. Rijnhart is mourning him as the
last of the martyrs of Thibet.
For Infantil and Children.
die Kind You Have Alwiys Bought
Bqars the
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Dewey Sails For Nice.
'New York. Aug. 21.—A dispatch to the
World from Leghorn says: The flagship
Olympia will leave here with Admiral
Dewey tomorrow right bound for Nice,
France. There he will remain a week, ac
cording to his promise to let his officers
see the charms of the far-famed Riviera.
The admiral has- had here the quietest
week spent at any port yet and has en
tirely recovered from the indisposition
at Naples. Until today he was ashore on
which was the penalty paid for his good
nature in accepting so much hospitality
ly once since his arrival here, but he has
received numerous visitors. Most of his
officers have visited Florence and Pisa.
Under the chaperoniage of Mrs. Sm.th,
the United States consul's wife, a host of
young ladies were entertained in the ward
room, followed by a dance on deck. Last
evening the party had boxes in a summer
theater which the management decorated
for the occasion with flowers and flags, a
huge American coat of arms being placed
over the stage. Afterward there was a
reception from 12 to t by Consul and Mis.
Smith. Father Rainey celebrated mass
for the seamen who are Catholics ,n the
cathedral this morning. A large number
of the inhabitants of the place attended.
The admiral went ashore today to take
luncheon, with Mr. Ray, whom he met
when he was here before.
His Condition Serious.
Chicago, Aug. 21.—A special to the
Tribune from Belleville, 111., says: The
condition of Jehu Baker took a decided
turn for the worse last night. There was
ho increase of fever during the day but
on account of the extreme heat he became
gradually weaker and late last night liis
condition was worse than at any time
since he became ill. The members <rf his
family are watching by Ills bedside. The
doctors say bis sickness would not be
serious but for his weak heart and his
discouragement over the loss of his sight.
The will power which carried him
through previous attacks is missing now.
Died of the Scurvy,
Seattle, Wash.. Aug. 21.—Out of 210
men who' went into the Kotzebue sound
country last year over seven per cent,
have died from scurvy or met tragic
deaths. This, is the statement of J. K.
Jones of Sycamore. 111., brother-in-law
of Rev. \V. S. Harimani of Seattle, who
has arrived here on the Roanoke. Th rty
five men who have been afflicted with dis
ease came down on the Roanoke, but on
ly one of them, James Wilson, needed
medical aid.
Resisted Arrest.
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Mnrehcad, Ky., Aug. 21.—At Farmers,
this county. Town Marshal Scott and his
brother attempted to arrest Willis
Thompson, Bill Burns, Bob Moody, Wil
lard Thompson and Fred Thompson for
riotous conduct. They resisted with pis
tols, fired ir> shots, mortally wounded
Elijah Fulton, a by-stander, and escaped.
Danger is apprehended when warrants
are sworn out and shall be served on
these men.
Quietness Is Restored.
Now York, Aug. 21.—A dispatch to the
Herald from Managua says there Is no
foundation for the report of interior polit
ical' trouble.s Gen. Escada and other po
litical authorities have been removed
from Bluefields. so quietness lias been re
stored in that section of the country. Re
lations with Costa Rica continue friendly.
BUGS IN THE LIQUOR.
New Orleans Times-Democrat: "A cer
tain promoter, who is now in Cuba," said
a New Orleans sugar man, "was the vic
tim not a great while ago of what lie de
scribes as tin most contemptible outrage
ever perpetrated upon a gentleman in
Louisiana. The outrage occurred in my
private office, and 1 blush to say that 1
was an accessory before the act. You
see, tliia promoter had been making him
self very free with the premises, and liked
especially to drop into our back office,
where there was always a bottle of good
rye on the sideboard. At first lie only
'joined us' on invitation, but finally he
glided into the habit of helping himself
whenever he happened in, which aver
aged about twice a day. One afternoon
my partner, Billy, was in a confection
ery store and happened to see a lot of
candy made in the shape of fantastic
bugs! beetles and lizards. It at once oc
curred to him that here was a chance to
entertain our unbidden guest, so he
bought a dime's worth of the things and
brought them to the office, where he
waited patiently until tie heard the pro
moter's voice in the outer room, and then
emptied the collection into the bottle of
rye. As usual, lie proceeded to help him
self to a nip. and was smacking his lips
when Billy wheeled suddenly around at
his desk.
" 'You didn't drink anything out of
that bottle, did you?' lie demanded,
sharply.
" 'Why— er— yes,' said the promoter,
looking startled. 'Why?'
" 'Good heavens!' I was using that to
preserve a kit of bugs and lizards from
Guatemala! The right whisky is in the
cabinet !'
"Our friend grabbed up the bottle, and
held it to the light, and there, sure
enough, was a four-inch stratum of hor
rible looking blue and yellow monsters,
all tangled up together.
" -oh. Lord!' lie gurgled, turning asliy.
'I thought it lasted queer! I'm poisoned,
sure!'
"\\ ith that he shot out of thei office.
We intended to tell him It was only a
joke, but he got away too quick, and
about an hour later we received a visit
from a doctor, who wanted to know ex
actly what kind of bugs were in the bot
tle. He said Colonel---was a very sick
man. We put him on and lie went away
snickering.
"That was the last we saw of the colo
r. 1, but ho swears Ire will have our gore
if he ever catches us outside of New
Orleans."
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
The regular examination for teachers'
certificates will bo held Rt the office of the
county superintendent of schools August
IS and 19.
B. P. DOWNEY.
County Superintendent.
ALIAS SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Mon
tana, in and for the County of Sil
ver Bow.
Eugene Carroll, plaintiff, vs. Mary
Ann Ward, as Administratrix of the
Estate of Michael Duggan, deceas
ed, and as Administratrix of the Es
tate of Mary Duggan, deceased,
Mrs. H. W. Stratton, M. Shaughnes
sy Phil Shaughnessy, Thomas Le
velle, Geoff Lavelle, S. Marchesseau,
Peter Valiton, Alice Roach, as Ad
ministratrix of the Estate of Jere
miah Roach, deceased, Henry Tur
ner, Abner Gillie, J. C. Stetthelmer,
Lewis Stetthelmer, Leopold Steit
heimer, Charles A. Bayles, Hannah
Bayies, George A. H. Scott, Mary E.
Scott, Rienard P. Blaisdell, Gur
trude Blaisdell, Fred Lewis, Rose
Lewis, Savarta Smith, Mary Rut
ledge, James A. Murray, Ludwig
Streicher, Agnes Streicher, Fredepi
ku Reinhardt, Gottleb Reinhardt,
Jakob Streicher, Judilha Koch, Fretl
erich Koch, John George Streicher,
Maria Barbara Weiblen, Maria
Weiblen, George Weiblen, Kather
ine Streicher, George Streicher, Ju
ditha Fritz, Gottfried Fritz, Helena
Weiblen, George Weiblen, Johana
Streicher, Barbara Bazien, Hen rich
Stretcher, Juditha Reusch, Eliza
beth Oswald, Johannes Oswald,
Christine Steifel, Jacob Fritz, Albert
Bazien, Michael Streicher, George
Sunka, Christine Freudenstein,
Lulu F. Largey, as Administratrix of
the Estate of Patrick A. Largo} de
ceased, Patrick Conlon, Frederick
W. J. Deidrick, August Milz, Dennis
Leary, Endora Bancroft, Mary
Shaughnessy and - Shaughnessy,
defendants. • »
The State of Montana Sends Greeting:
To the above named defendants—
You and each of you are hereby sum
moned to appear and answer the
complaint and plaintiff's amendment
thereto in this action are filed in the
office of the clerk of this court, and
to file your answer and serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attorneys
within twenty days after the service
<>t this summons, exclusive of the day
of service, and in case of your failure
to appear and answer, judgment will
be taken against you by default for
tlm relief demanded in the complaint.
You ore also hereby required to ap
pear before the district court of the
Second judicial district of Silver Row
county, state of Montana, in Depart
ment One, and on the ltltli day of Sep
tember, 1899, at the hour of ten o'clock
a. m. of said day, at the court house
in the said city of Butte, Montana,
then anil there to show cause, if any
you have, why the property described
in said complaint, and hereinafter de
scribed to the entent and width
thereof as hereinafter specified, should
not be condemned for the right of
way for plaintiff's pipe line or under
ground conduit for carrying water as
prayed for in plaintiff's complaint.
This action is brought to condemn
for right of way for plaintiff's pipe
lino and underground coiuluit. and
easement on the following described
property, situated in Silver Bow coun
ty, Montana, to-wit:
PARCEL NO. 1.
A strip of land twenty feet in width,
ten feet on each side of the under
ground conduit or pipe line as mark
ed on the ground, extending across a
portion of the northwest quarter of
section one and across a portion of
the west half of section two, in town
ship ne north, range nine west of the
principal meridian of Montana, sit
uated in Silver Bow county, Montana,
as follows, to-wit:
The center of said pipe lino inter
sects the east fence line on said prom
ises, being wliat is known as the Dug
gan ranch, at survey station marked
on the ground, by stake, designated,
as 708x30, and extending through sai l
premises on a course, and bearing
south 7 degrees and 47 minutes west
through said ranch, intersecting the
east fynce, county road, at survey
station marked on the ground, by
stake, designated 807x27, and inter
sects the west fence, county road, at
survey station marked on the ground,
by stake, designated 813x35, and in
tersecting the west fence of said ranch
at survey station marked on the
ground, by stake, designated 843x20;
survey station marked on the ground,
by stake, designated 781x82, is on the
section line 1204 feet north from the
southwest corner of section one, in
township one north, range nine west,
measured on the ground, at survey
station designated 805x45, is on the
section line 1065 feet north from the
southwest corner of section two, in
township one north, range nine west,
measured along said section lino.
Said complaint alleges that the
above described premises is the prop
erty of, or is claimed by the estate
of. Michael Duggan, deceased, and I he
estate of Mary Duggan, deceased,
and that the said defendant Mary Ann
Ward is the duly appointed, quali
fied and afcting administratrix of both
of the said estates.
PARCEL NO. 2.
A strip of land, twenty feet in width,
ten feet on each side of the pipe liie
or underground conduit, as the sa fie
is marked upon the ground, extending
diagonally across what is known *s
the Stratton ranch, being a portion pf
township two north, range eight went.
Silver Bow county, Montana, the said
section in said township not being
surveyed, but said premises being un
der fence, and known as the Stratton
ranch, and the pipe line extends
across said ranch as follows, to-wit:
The center line of said pipe line in
tersects the fence line at survey sta
tion marked on the ground by stake,
designated 400x90, on a 12 degree
curve; thence on a 12 degree curve to
survey station marked on the ground,
by stake, designated 403x30.4 on a tan
gent; thence on a tangent bearing
south 34 degrees 10 minutes west to
survey station 478x12.1 to point of
curve of 1 degrees; thence on 16 de.
gree curve marked on the ground,
by stake, designated 430x18, where the
line Intersects the west fence lino of
said fence. Said survey station mark
ed on the ground, by stake, designated
400x90 where the said pipe line Inter
sects the north fence line of said
ranch is 2S00 feet from the northwest
corner of said ranch, measured along
the fence and the said station 430x18
where the said pipe line intersects the
west fence line of said ranch is 1675
feet from the northwest corner of
said ranch, measured along ,tho fence
and the total length of said pipe fine
along said ranch as above described is
2928 linear feet.
That said complaint alleges that the
defendant, Mrs. H. W. Stratton, is in
possession of and claims sonic interest
in said premises designated as pareel
No. 2.
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PARCEL NO. 8.
A strip of land twenty feet In width,
ten feet on each side of said pipe line
or underground conduit, as the same
ns marked upon the ground, extending
across the Isele lode claim, being sur
vey No. 832, and lot No. 169, in Silver
Bow county, as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point 705.5 feet from
the northwest corner of said lode
claim, measured along the line there
of, and intersecting the north side line
of said claim, at survey station mark
er on the ground, by stake, designate l
91x36, tlie center line of said pipe line
on a tangent bearing south 14 degrees
30 minutes west and extending a total
distance across said claim of 601 feet,
and intersecting the south side line of
raid claim at survey station, marked
tui the ground, by stake, designated
07x57. which is 958 feet from the
Southeast corner of said lode claim,
nlong said south side line.
• That said plaintiff alleges that the
defendants. M. Shaughnessey, Phil
Shaughnessey, Endora Bancroft, Mary
Shaughnessey and - Shaughnessey
ns the heirs of Endora Shaughnessey,
deceased, are the owners or claim to
be the owners of said Isele lode claim.
PARCEL NO. 4.
A strip of land, twenty feet In width,
being ten 1'eet on each side of the said
pipe line or underground conduit, as
the same is marked upon the ground,
extending across the Olive Branch
lode claim, survey number 995, lot No.
512, situated in Silver Bow county,
Montana, as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the north
side line of said claim 40.5 feet from
the northwest corner of said claim,
and at what is designated as survey
station 106x40.5, extending thence
across said claim a distance of 596.5
feet on a tangent, bearing south 14
degrees 30 minutes west, intersecting
the south side line of said claim at a
point 44 feet from the southwest cor
ner thereof, and at survey station
marked on the ground, by stake, des
ignated 112x37.
That said complaint alleges that de
fendants Thomas Lavell, Geoff La
vell, S. Marchesseau, Peter Valiton
and the estate of Jeremiah Roach, de
ceased, and Dennis Leary, are the
owners or claim to be the owners of
the said Olive Branch lode claim.
PARCEL NO. 5.
A strip of land twenty feet In width,
being ten feet on each side of said
pipe line or underground conduit, as
the same is marked upon the ground,
extending across the Dexter lode
claim, survey No. 1440, lot No. 382, in
Silver Bow county, as follows, to-wit:
The center of said pipe line and un
dergrounil conduit intersects the north
side lino of said Dexter lode claim, at
survey station marked on the ground,
by slake, designated as 130x92.2, which
is 408.9 feet from the northeast corner
of said lode claim, a distance of 689.6
feet on a .tangent, bearing south 14
degrees 30 minutes west, and inter
secting the south side line of said lode
claim, at survey station designated as
137x79, which is 869.5 feet from the
southeast corner of said lode claim.
That the plaintiff alleges that the
defendants Henry Turner and Abner
Ciile are or claim to be tlio owners of
said Dexter lode claim.
PARCEL NO. 6.
A strip of land twenty feet in width,
ten feet on each side of the center of
'said pipe line and underground con
duit, as the same is marked upon the
ground, extending across the Mazen
ille lode claim, survey No. 1413, lot No.
378, situated in Silver Bow county,
Montana, to-wit:
The center line of said pipe line or
underground conduit intersects the
south side line of the said claim 281.4
feet from the southwest corner there
of, extending across said lode claim,
a distance of 375 feet on a tangent to
the north side line of said Maze ni Ho
lode claim, which it intersects 90.4 feet
east along the said north side line
of said Manzenille lode claim, from
the southwest corner of the Lamonta
lode claim, being in an extension of
Emmet avenue, in the Hope addition
to the city of Butte.
That said complaint alleges that the
defendants J. C. Stetthelmer, Lewis
Stetthelmer, Leopold Stetthelmer,
Charles A. Bayles, Hannah Bayles,
George A. IT. Scott, Mary E. Scott,
Richard P. Blaisdell, Gertrude Blais
dell, Fred Lewis anil Rose Lewis are
or claim to he the owners of said
Manzenille loile claim.
PARCEL NO. 7.
A strip of land, twenty feet wide,
ten feet on eacn side of said pipe line
or underground conduit, as the same is
marked on the ground, extending
across lot No. 29 in block No. 6 of
the Montrose addition to the city of
Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana,
as follows, to-wit:
The center of said pipe line or un
derground conduit intersects the west
line of said lot No. 29, 17.6 feet from
the northwest corner of said lot, and
extends across said lot a distance of
24.6 feet on a tangent, bearing south
44 degrees west and intersecting the
north lino of said lot 17.2 feet from
$lto northwest corner,
j That said complaint alleges that the
defendant Savarta Smith is or claims
4o be the owner of said lot No. 29 in
|)lock C in said Montrose addition.
; PARCEL NO. 8.
j A strip of land twenty feet wide,
ten feet on each side of said pipe line
br underground conduit, as the same
is marked upon the ground, extending
across lot No. 3 in block No. 6 in (he
Montrose addition to the city of Butte
Rs follows, to-wit:
I The center line of said pipe or un
flergroiind conduit intersects the
South side of lot No. 3 in block No. 6.
27.2 from the southeast corner of
Raid lot, and extends across said lot
9 distance of 38.9 feet on a tangent,
bearing south 44 degrees 23 mimic s
•rest and intersects the east line of
Raid lot 27.8 feet from the south' ast
corner thereof.
Thnt said complaint alleges that the
defendant Mary Rutledge Is or elalms
to bo the owner of said lot 3 in block
6 in said Morlroso addition.
PARCEL NO. 9.
A strip of laud twenty feet wid\
ten feet on eaeli side of said pipe
or underground conduit as the sum*
j is marked upon the ground, extending
I across the Metallic lode claim, survey
I No. 1385, lot No. 376, situated in KU
I vor Bow county, Montana, as follows,
; to-wit:
I The said center of said pipe lino p*.
ginning a' a point at the south side
line of said lode claim, at a point 744.5
! feet westerly from the southeast cor
j ii<r thereof, thence north 14 degrees
30 minutes east 599.3 fett to the north
I side line of said claim, at a point 3S5
j feet easterly from the southwest car
Corrected Schedule of Mails for Butte, Montana
From May 4th, 1890.
ARRIVALS.
Truth.
Jfwthorn, east .................... .
Îî rea i N° rt, iern, Local, east .............
Great Ncrthera, from Anaconda..........
«or,nern Pacific, east via Garrison.......
Northern Pacific, east ....................
Anaconda
Oregon Short Line,' south' V.V.V...
Northern Pacific, west ...................
Northern Pacific, west ....................
Anaconda ............................
Walkervi lie ..
Burlington . ............... .......
Station No. ï"sVûth"*ûtté" •'•••«
Station No. i. South Butte ......... .....
Depot.
Office.
Distributed.
10:30 p.
m.
li.oo p. m.
7:00 a. m.
4:30 p.
m.
4:45 p. m.
5:30 p. m.
9:35 a.
m.
9:45 a. m.
10:30 a. m.
815 p.
m.
4:00 p. id.
6:00 p. m.
9:05 p.
m.
9:30 p. m.
7:00 a. m.
12:50 p.
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1:30 p. m.
2:30 p. no.
1:05 a.
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1:86 a. m.
7:00 a. m.
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5:00 p. rn.
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7:00 a. ni.
4:00 p.
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5:00 p m.
DEPARTURES.
Train. Close.
Nor. Pas., west.....8:40 a m.
Nor Pac., west..... 8)00 p. m.
Anaconda, Local ... 9:00a. m
Anaconda, Local 12:00m.
G. N., to Anaconda 4:00 p. m.
O. S. L., couth
Helena, Local ...
G. N.. east .......
Nor. Pac. east ....
Nor. Pac. east, vil
' Ga '.Tison .......
4:00 p. m.
9:00 a. m.
7:30 p. m.
8:30 p. m.
Leave
Depot.
9:30 a. m.
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10:00 a. m.
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nor of the Tzarena lode claim, lot No.
278.
That said complaint alleges that the
defendant, James S. Murray, is the
owner or claims to be the owner of
said Metallic lode claim.
PARCEL NO. 10.
A strip of land twenty feet wide,
ten feet on each side of the center of
said pipe line or underground conduit,
as the same is marked upon the
ground, extending abross the Tzarena
lode claim, survey No. 1092, lot No.
278, situated in Silver Bow county,
Montana, as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the north
side line of saiil claim 456.5 feet west
erly from the northeast corner there
of, thence south 44 degrees and 23 min
utes west 151.3 feet; thence soutli 27
degrees 23 minutes west 200 feet;
thence south 14 degrees 30 minutes
west 505.2 feet to the south line of said
claim, to a point 535 feet easterly
from the southwest corner.
That said complaint alleges that the
defendant. Jamas A. uMrray, is the
owner of or claims to be the owner
of the Tzarina lode claim.
PARCEL NO. 11.
A strip of land twenty feet wide,
ten fet on each side of said pipe line
or underground conduit, as the same
is marked upon the ground, extending
across the Humboldt lode claim, sur
vey No. 1164, lot No. 301, situated in
Silver Bow county, Montana, as fol
lows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on tlie east
side line of said claim at a point 43.5
feet northerly from the southeast cor
ner of said Humboldt lode claim;
thence south 44 degrees 23 minutes
west 84.17 feet to the south line of
said claim, at a point 80.12 feet from
the westerly line of said Corona lode
claim, lot No. 340.
That said complaint alleges that the
defendants, James A. Murray, Chris
tine Freudenstein, the estate of Bat
rick A. Largey, deceased, and Ludwig
Streicher, Agnes Streicher, Gottfried
Streicher, Frederika Reinhard t, Jacob
Streicher, Gottleb Reinhardt, Juditlia
Koch, Fredcrik Koch. Christine Stei
fel, George Weiblen, Judilha Reuscli,
John G. Streicher, Elizabeth Oswald,
Johannes Oswald, Maria Barbara
Weiblen, Maria Weiblen, George Weib
len, Katherine Streicher, George
Streicher, Juditha Fritz, Gottfried
Fritz, Helena Weiblen, George Weib
len, Johana, Streicher, Barbara Baz
ien, Henrich Steifet, Jacob Fritz Al
bert Bazien, Michael Streicher and
George Streicher are the owners or
claim to be the owners of said Hum
boldt lode claim. That tile estate of
Patrick A. Largey, deceased, has or
claims to have soirje interest in said
lode claim, by virtue of a mortgage
upon the Interest of Christine Frcud
enstein, in said lode claim.
PARCEL NO. 12.
A strip of land, twenty foot wide,
ten feet on each side of the center of
said pipe line or underground conduit
as the same is marked upon the
ground, extending across the said Co
rona lode claim, survey No. 1219, lot
No. 340, situated in Silver Bow county,
Montana, as follows, to-wit:
The center of said pipe line, begin
ning at a point on the northerly 'ine
of said Corona lode claim, 398.5 feet
easterly from tho northwest corner
thereof: thence south 44 degrees 23
minutes west 575.7 feet westerly to
the westerly lino of said claim, at a
point 201 foot northerly from tho
southwest corner thereof.
That the said complain alleges that
the defendants Patrick *'onion, James
A. Murray, Frederick W. J. Deidrick,
August Milz, Lun wig Streicher, Agnes
Streicher, Gottfried Streicher, Fred
erika Reinhardt, Jueoo Streicher,
Maria Barbara Streicher, Juditha
Koch, Frederich Koch, John George
Streicher, Maria Barbara Weiblen,
Maria Weiblen, George Weiblen,
Katherine Streicher, George Streicher,
Juditha Fritz, Gottfried Fritz, Helena
Weiblen, Johana Streicher, Barbara
Bazien, Henerich Streicher, Juditha
Reusch, Elizabeth Oswald, Johannes
Oswald, Christine Steifel, Jacob Fritz,
Albert Bazien, Michael Streicher and
George Streicher are or claim to lie
the owners of the said Corona lode
claim.
That the said complaint for a sec
ond cause of action seeks to condemn
ar. easement for the right of way for
plaintiff's pipe line or underground
conduit, on and over the following
described property, situated in Silver
Bow county, Montana, to-wit: A
strip of land twenty feet wide, ten
feet on each side of the center of said
pipe line or underground conduit, as
marked upon the ground, extending
across tho Manzenille lode claim, sur
vey No. 1113, lot No. 378, situated in
Silver Bow county, Montana, as fol
lows, to-wit:
The center line of said pipe line be
ing an extension of Exc' lsior avenue,
in the city of Butte, and intersecting
the south side line of said Mansonflle
lode claim, at a point 255.5 feet from
the southeast corner thereof, and ex
tending thence northerly 412 feet;
thence westerly 319.2 feet to the south
side line of the Lamonta lode claim,
lot number 230, at a point 712.1 feet
from the southwest corner of said
Lamonta lode claim, and extending a
total length across said Manzenille
lode claim of 731.3 feet.
That the said complaint alleges that
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DISPATCH OF REGISTERED MAIL
Time of closing for Helena and
Northern Pacific, east and
west, and all points on Great
Northern railway ............6:00 p m.
Union Pacific and east .........2:30 p. m.
Anaconda ........ .............4:00 p. m.
Great Northern pointa, between
Butte and Helena ............9:00 a. m.
the defendants J. C. Stetthelmer,
Lewis Stetthelmer, Leopold Stett
heirner, Charles A. Bayles, Hannah
Bayles, George A. H. Scott, Mary E.
Scott, Richard P. Blaisdell, Gertrude
Blaisdell, Fred Lewis and Rose Lewis,
are or claim to be the owners of the
said Manzenille lode claim, above de
scribed, and that the said portion
sought to be taken and appropriated
is only a part of the entire Manzenille
lode claim or tract of land.
That the said complaint further al
leges that the plaintiff has sought to
agree with the said defendants, upon
both causes of action, but has been
and still is unable to agree with them
or either of them as to the taking and
condemnation of said premises and
the damages sustained by the said de
fendants or either of them by reason
of said taking.
You and each of you are hereby no
tified that if you fail to appear and
answer tho said complaint as above
required, the plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief prayed for and
that if you fail to appear before the
court, at the time and place hereinbe
fore specified and show cause why the
property hereinbefore described should
not be condemned as prayed for in
said complaint, the plaintiff will then
and there apply to the court for an
order continuing the same, and ap
pointing commissioners to appraise
the same and assess damages for the
taking thereof, as prayed for In the
complaint, and for such other and fur
ther relief prayed for in the complaint
which may he agreeable to the stat
utes in such cases made and provided.
Given under my hand and the seal
of the district court of the Second
judicial district of the state of Mon
tana, in anil for the county of Silver
Bow, this 12ih day of August, 1899.
I Scall CLINTON C. CLARK, Clerk.
By JOHN O. BRUMMET,
Deputy Clerk.
Forbls & Evans, Attorneys for
Plaintiff.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS.
To Patrick H. Murray and Francis Cal
lan, your heirs, successors or assigns
vou nre hereby notified that the under
signed, your co-owner, lias, In accordance
with the provisions cf section 2324. of tho
revised statutes of the United Slntes, per
formed labor and made improvements
to the value of $700 in representing for
tho years 1891. 1S92, 1893, 1S95, 1896, 1897
and 189S, the Maid of Erin lode mining
claim, situated in unorganized mining
district, Silver Bow county, Montana, as
located on the 26th day of March. 1S90, by
P. H. Murray, Francis Dalian and John
llooney, and recorded on page 313 of Book
H of Lode Locations, records of Silver
Bow county, Montana, and you are here
by notified that if you fail to contribute
your proportion of said expenditures,
amounting to $466.66, within 90 day 3 from
tlio date hereof, all your right, title and
interest and claim will become tlio prop
erty of tlio undersigned, your co-owner,
who has made the required expenditures.
JOHN ROONEY,
Butte. Mont June 15. 1899.
ALIAS SUMMONS—IN
COURT.
»USTrCE'8
Township of Silver Bow, county cf Silver
Eoiv, state of Montana. Tim Harring
ton, Justice of the Peace.
Mrs. R. B. Thomas, plaintiff, vs. Roy
R. Harkness, defendant.
The State of Montana sends greeting to
Roy R. Harkness, the defendant above
named. You are hereby required to ap
pear before me In my office at 110 North
Main street, in the city of Butte, town
ship of Silver Bow, county of Silver Bow.
and state of Montana, or within five days
after service or tills summons, on Thurs
day, the 31st day of August, A. D„ 1899, at
9 o'clock a. m.. and answer the complaint
of plaintiff on file in an action to recover
of you the sum of thirty-six and eighty
five one-hundredths dollars ($36.85) alleg
ed to be due, owing and unpaid from you
to plaintiff for board furnished you by
plaintiff at your special instance and re
quest; and you are hereby notified, that
if you fail to appear and answer the said
complaint as above required, judgment
will be taken against you according to
the complaint and costs of this suit.
Given under my hana this 2Sth day o t
July, A. D., 3.899.
TIM HARRINGTON,
Justice of the Peace.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Eclate of Ellen Drew, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by t he under
signed, administrator of the estate of
Ellen Drew deceased, to the creditors of
an ' a", person? having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, with four months
after the first publication of this notice to
t "ce id administrator at the law offices
o£ Me I Lit ton & Cotter, Henrt.ssy build
in Butte, Montana, the same being the
place for the transetion oi the business of
said estate, in the county of Silver Bow,
î?*£itG of Montana.
JAMES C. DUETT.
Administrator of the estate of Ellen Dj-.®
deceased.
Dated at Butte City, this 6th day of June,
isrs.
Beal Warn Colin

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