Newspaper Page Text
MOLINEIW IS FK1.
Celebrated Murder Triul Ends in V erbiet fur the Defendant. N ew Y ork, N ov. 11.—Roland 13. .Molineux i-s a free man at last. After four years in prison, two of which •were spent there with the death sen tence hanging over his head, the jury which tried him the second time for the murder of Mrs. Kate J. Adams found a verdict of not guilty after on ly a few minutes' deliberation. The jury retired at 3:15 and judge, lawyers and many of the spectators re tired, believing that the jurymen would have a long struggle in arriv ing at the decision. They were agree ably surprised. Ten minutes was all the time the jury wanted and then it seut in word that it had agreed. Mes sengers were hustled after thejofticials and the prisoner. This tookjjfifteon minutes more. The Molineux j ry was brought into court at 3:35 p. m. At the same time Molineux was taken from the Tombs into the court and District Attorney Jerome was summoned. On his ar rival the court room was locked and no one was allowed to leave or enter. The jury returned .a verdict of not guilty. Molineux stood while the jury was being polled and apparently he was not affected. His attitude indicated that he had prepared himself for any verdict that might be given. When the large crowd outside the court heard what the verdict was a great shout went up, and three cheers for Molineux were given. Molineux was formally discharged a few minutes af ter the verdict of the jury was read. Some delay in this formality was caused by the enormous crowd. When the court room had been cleared the order of discharge was made out and Molineux left with his father, fol lowed by a cheering throng. Thousands Visited the Park. W ashington , Nov. 12.—The au nual report of the acting superintend ent of the Yellowstone National park predicts that there will be large in creases in every species of large game there throughout the seaäon. It says that bear are harmless when left alone and kept in a perfectly wild state, but when fed and petted they lose all fear of human beings, cause damage to property, and are dangerous to those who trifle with them. Only two forest fires of any size oc curred during the year, and neither caused great damage. It is recom mended that the Yellowstone be en larged into a four-troop or squadron, and be garrisoned by the troops of two different regiments. The grand total of all visitors to the park dur ing the season was 13,423. Mine Owners Will Objeet. W ashington , N ov . 12.—That the five anthracite coal mine owners will resist to the utmost the effort to make the recognition of the United Mine Workers of America an issue in the arbitration which is now in progress is made evident by the replies to the statement of President John Mitchell of the miners' organization, which have been filed with the strike commis sion. There are live of these answers in addition to that of President lîaer, and all dwell with especial emphasis and marked unanimity on this point. They also agree iu resisting the de mands of the miners for an increase of pay for piece work, a reduction of hours for time work and for the weigh ing rather than the measurement of coal. Congress Will Soon Meet. W ashington , N ov . 12.—Two weeks from next Wednesday congress will meet, to adjourn March 4th, to be broken, of -ourse, by the usual holi day recess. Two subjects of possible legislation will be discussed by the republicans in caucus early iu the session—the ship subsidy bill and the reduction of southern representation. There are no special orders for the first week of the session, and both houses will probably go ahead with the regular calendar of unfinished business left over from the last session. The speakership of the Fifty-eighth congress continues the topic of general interest. It is a fact not generally known that anybody can get in the contest for the speakership of the house of representatives so far as the restrictions of the constitution of the United States in relation to that office are concerned. Molineux Trials Were Expensive. N ew \ ORK, Nov, 12 —It has been estimated that the trial of Roland B. Molineux has cost more than any oth er for capital offense in any country where the English system of jurispru dence is in vogue. The cost to the ocunty uf New York in the first trial amounted to ¥250,000. This was ex pended in various directions, largely in fees for handwriting experts, who were brought from different states and ! for detectives who tried to trace Mo lineux's movements from time of his flrst birthday to the time of his trial. ! " . , . , , I In the first triai the defense spent ; about $10,000. It is estimated that the cost of both trials to both the defense and state will foot up nearly $750,000. Buffalo Bill's Fare well Tour. O maha , Neb., Nov. 12.—W. P. Cody, who was in Omaha today on his way to Cody, Wvo., where he will open his new Hotel Irma next week, announced that he would never again appear with his Wild West show in this country. "Two more years of it in England," said Buffalo Bill, "and then thank goodness, I'm done with the show business. I have toured the old and new world and 1 ve given my show in nearly every nook and corner of the globe, and it s high time for me to re tire." Colone! Cody will leave America on December 13. On his return to the United States at the end of his two years of European tour, he will settle down to private life in his home at North Platte, Neb. Chicago Anarchists Celebrate. C hicago , N ov. 12.—The fifteenth anniversary of the execution of the four anarchists in the Haymarket riot of May 18, 18SÖ, was observed bv a meeting at Northside Turner hall last night. The meeting was arranged by representatives of thirty-two different organizations, most of which are of an archistic tendency. George Brown, of Philadelphia, who spoke in English, arraigned all forms of government and declared that an archy s mission is to destroy govern ment. He declared that when the bomb exploded in Haymarket square it showed that the government in a re public is like the governments all the world over. "No matter what the form, govern ment is organized injustice, main tained by violence," he declared. He said that the American people had blown for themselves a beautiful bub ble. His \\ hole I'lock Drowned. C olusa , Cal., Nov. 12.—J. Prates, a stockraiser of Tehama county, lost his whole Hock of sheep, numbering 2,800 by drowning this morning, near Princeton, this county. The flock was in the care of herders who failed to notice the water rising rapidly until evening, when they got the sheep to ether, but the sheep refused to drive on account of darkness and water. The herders decided to wait for day light, but had to desert the sheep and flee from the rapidly rising water. When daybreak came the herders found that the whole flock had drowned. The flock was valued at «10,000. Stolen Jewels Recovered. N ew Y ork , Nov. 12. —One of the largest jewelry robberies in recent years was made public this afternoon when a porter of the Holland house was arrested while trying to pawn for $35 a pearl necklace which cost $2,500. The necklace was identified as being a part of the collection of jewels stolen from Mrs. Mathesen of Huntington, L. 1., in the Holland house on April 4 1 ast. A pigskin case containing $12,000 worth of jewels was taken from her rooms. The fact of this robbery was not made public by the police. Pat rick Bol an, tlie porter, was arrested while trying to pawn the necklace in a shop in the lower part of the Bowery for $35. He evidently did not know the value of the ornament. Icebound In the Yukon. \ ICTORIA, Nov. 12. —The steamer Amur, from Skagway, reports that the Yukon lias frozen solid and the steam er La I'ranee has been caught and held in the ice when en route down, near Miuto. She will remain there all winter and fears are expressed that sde may be crushed by the ice. The first stage from Wnite Horse reached Dawson on Nov. 9, after six days' travel, and the first stage from Daw sou was due at White Horse on Mon day. Australia's Terrible Drouth. L ondon , Nov. il. —Owing to the drouth, says the Melbourne corre spondent of the Times, it is estimated that Australia's exports for the ensu ing year will be reduced ,€5,000,000. It will also be necessary to import £'1,500,000 worth of foodstuff;. There is much suffering among the smaller settlers aud a relief fund has been opened at Melbourne. Mme. Melba has decided to open a seperate fund and has asked the world's greatest fiuanciers to contribute to it. .Jumped On a Ten IViuij \ail. The little daughter of Mr. .1. X. Powell jumped on an inverted rake made of ten penny nails, and thrust one nail entirely through her foot aud a second one half way through. Cham berlain's Pain Balui was' promptlv applied and five minutes later the pain had disappeared aud no more suffer ing was experienced, in three days the child was wearing her shoe as usual and with absolutely no discom fort. Mr. Poweiiis a well known mer chant of Fork-land, Ya. Pain Balm is an antiseptic and heals such injur ies without maturation and in one third the time required by the usual treatment. For sale by D. G. Lock wood . HE WOULDN'T POSE. Old Moonwli i uc-r Didn't Wtmt III. h PI c - t Tiikt-n. I was talking with old Mose Scott, the moonshiner, at his cabin door, when a tourist with a camera came along and asked the old iuau to allow him to take his picture. "Stranger. I'm alius willin' to obleege in most things," was the reply, "but I 'll have to say no to this. Thar was a feller up yere last fall with a squint in' tuasheeu like that, and he met my brother Hill, lie sot Hill on a rock and squinted at him, and jogged along. When lie got down to ICnoxville he fixed the pietnr' up and was sliowin' it around when a feller says to him: " 'Wliar did ye meet this yere crit ter V "'Up above Cumberland Gap.' "'And mought his first name be Bill V " 'I reckon.' "'And his Inst name Scott?' "'The same.' "That's about all they said, but in the co'se ot' three days a lot of revenue officers cum along and gobbled on to Bill, and lie's in the Albany prison doin' time yit. They dun reckoned he was in Texas till they saw his pic tur'." "But I didn't know as they wanted you," protested the artist. "No; 1 reckon they don't, but they would as soon as they saw the pietur'. Some of 'em would recognize the inner cent ole critter who locked seven of 'em up in a stable while the boys wore totin a moonshine still out of a ravine and over the mountains, and as 1 hain't much of a hand to talk I'm a feared I couldn't explain how 1 happened to fall asleep and leave 'cm thar till they cut their way out through the roof. Ye can squint at the ole mewl and the cabin all day if it will obleege ye, but don't pull the trigger till ole Mose Scott gits down and hides be hind a log!" M. QUAD. X» Influence Above. In Dr. John Ilall's time it was the custom in his church to use the old fashioned, simple hymns, and the sing ing was congregational. On one occasion the late William M. Evarts discovered 10. Delafield Smith, the well known lawyer and then cor poration counsel of the city, singing with all his heart and whispered to his friend : "Why, there is Smith singing '1 want to bo an angel.' 1 knew he wanted to be district attorney, but I didn't know he wanted to be an angel." The remark was repeated to Mr. Smith, and quick as a flash came the retort : "No, I have never mentioned the mat ter to Evarts, knowing that he had no influence in that direction."—New York Times. Home Cooking. A number of ladies began to discuss the virtues of their respective hus bands when every other topic was worn threadbare. "My husband," said one, "never drinks and never swears—indeed, lie has no bad habits." "Does he ever smokoV" some one asked. "Yes, lie likes a ciliar just after he has eaten a good meal. But 1 suppose on an average lie doesn't smoke more than once a week." Some of her friends laughed, but she didn't soein to understand.—Tit-Bits. Sucli a Waste. Mrs. Bizzy—1 am sorry to hear that your wife lias been throwing the crock ery at you again, Casey. Where did she hit you? Casey—Faith, ma'am, that's what Oi do be afther complainin' av. "l'was a whole set av dishes broke to pieces an' she ni vor hit me wanst.—Brooklyn Life. One Way of Puttlim It. "I feel as if 1 were an aeronaut," ex plained the man who had been tolling about a little argument lie had had with Iiis wife the previous evening. "i don't think I understand," return ed his friend. "Why. she had me up in the air." Tlie Librarian'.* Ilumor. "What," wo ask of the librarian, "do you suppose is the greatest library book in the world—the book that is in most demand?" "Carnegie's bankbook," lie responds confidently, without looking up from his work.—Baltimore American. Whence the Mi.smi4ler.s4aiidiii£. Patience—I would never squeeze my feet out of shape. Patrice—Oh, yes, you would, if you Were in my shoes.—Youkers States ma n. ('limited From Her Former State. "She's not as pensive as she was be fore you married her." "No; she's expensive now."—Indian apolis News. V m'M'H'U f : >>. -v, f ~ I f ' ! J I \"\ r' m r —An g on t ; chasm worn spin Appl% h.-li round h'-r Brown Book of Boston to in a Desert Land—Final Proof. U nited S tates L and O ppitk,, (»k4sat F alls , Moat., Oct tin, V.*Y2. - hereby given that Isabel Thain, uf I, M >nra.ia, has lile notice of intention .•roofon her desert-land c laim No. 4ô4ô, tortn-'S;., M;i. # N 1 t SK 1 *, section 13, township ^ east , surveyed , and . kst *-2, K 1 ' ' i • • ■" J ct it):i is T township 20 north ., range 'c east , unsnrveyed , before Chas . II. Boyle , t". 8. ciMiuniriMiinfr, ut Fort Benton , Mont .,.' on Satur - day , î U h -J'-M d H y of November , lW*-2. She names the following witnesses to prove the complet** irrigation and reclamation of said land: t. I e A' Krallt,. Henry J. Thaxt^r, Cyrus W. buck, •> ;i 'ii>'s G . Thain, all of H igh.wood Mont. J«. M. BURLINOAMK, Register . Notice of Contest. U nited S tates L and O ffice, (» us at F alls , Mont ., O tobe r '-Î0, 1902. A sullicient contest affidavit having bw » n filed in this by Albert E. Ash , contestant , against homestead entry No . lPJiil , made Ma < r «? ii 15th , tor .v, NW^ section 14 andS »., NK l i sec - tion 15, township C3 north , range 1.0 oaet r by . lack kinner contestee , m which it is alleged that Jack kinner has wholly abandoned said tract :, that he changed his residence therefrom for more than six months since - making said entry ; that said tract is not settled upon or cultivated 1 by said party as required by law , that said abandonment did not occur while - the said » lack Kinner was • tually engaged in the Army , Navy oj - Marine - orpsoli the United States , as soldier , officer , seaman or marine ; said parties are hereby noti - ced to appear , respond and offer evidence touch - tig said allegation at 10 o ' clock a . m . on Decern - ■ er 2nd , 11)02, before Charles 11. Boyle , Ç". S. com - missioner , Fort Tonton, Montana * aud that iinal .. earing will be held at 10 o ' clock a . m ., on Decem - ber St Ii. 1002,. before the register and receiver at the United States land office in threat Falls . Mont . The said contestait having, in a proper affida vit, tiled October 2l)ùh, 1902; se-t forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of this notice cannot, be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given r>v due and proper publication. C. H. BENTON, Receiver . N otic a of Contest. U nited S tatus L and ufwi'e, (tkkat F alls , Mont.. October as. 1U02. A sulllcieat c m test affidavit having been tiled in this office by John Fallon, contestant, tigninet homestead e/itrv No. SS74, made August :!0|li, 1SH7, for lots I and 3, section t'.», lot 1 and Mi'., N W'4 section t:i, township Si north, range ti east, by Charles Oilman contestee, in «inch It is al iened that said land is in its natural state, that the said land has not been cultivated or occupied or settled upon as required by the homestead law, but has Keen wholly abandoned and the said Charles Oilman lias left the state ami Iiis present whereabouts and post office address are wholly unknown aud that said absence from the land is not, due to his employment in the military or aval service of the l'nited S iates; said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at II) ' ;loc.k a. m. on December <>th, Ibefore Jeremiah Sullivan, a 1" S. commissioner, at his office at Fort lient n. Mont, and that final hearing will lie held at 10 o'clock ». m. on Decem ber tu, î'102. before the regis'er and receiver at the United States land o ce in Great Falls, Mont. The said contestant having, in a proper affida vit, tiled October 27, I!««, set forth facts to show that after due diligence, personal service of this notice cannot be made it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publication. C. II. DENTON, Receiver. Notice of Final Proof. U nited S tates L anii O ffice, G iîeat F al s , Mont., Nov. 5, I'.NI', 1 , Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Ohas. It. Boyle, U. •S. commissioner, at Fort Benton, Mont., on Monday, December 8, 1!H12, viz: John W. Smith, who in tide homestead entry No. IS4<>7, for the SVi NE 1 .,, N'/, SE' 4 section 22, townshipSl north, range 7 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon andcultivation of said land, viz: Frank Kooney, Charles Thompson, Henry 1!. Lewis, William Sample, all of Fort Henton, Montana J. M. BURLINGAME, Register. Notice of Final Proof. U nited S tates L and O ffice G ueat F ails , Mont. Nov. It, llioy. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of Iiis claim, and that said proof will be made before Chas. II. Bovie, U. S. commissioner, at Fort Benton, Mont., <111 Thurs day, December IS, HUI J, viz: Edward \V. Carroll, who made homestead entry No. 12740 for the N u,section :M, township 24 north, range 7 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon und cultivation of said land, viz: Bernhard O. Zilisch, llenrv I!. Lewis, Henry C. Riechers, Edward Keichelt,*nll of Fort Benton, Mont. J ■ M. HURI.INtlAM K. Register. Desert Land—Final Proof. rxiTK» STATKM LAND OFF CK, lîiiKAT K ai.i.s , Mont., Nov. 7, 1002. Notice is hereby given that Dora T. I'ritchard, of (iold Butte, Mont., has tiled notice of intc'ntion to make proof on lier desert land claim No. IT^.'i for 320 acres unsurveyed public land in Choteau county, Montana, in township 37 north, range 2 ?ast,before John McDowell, 1*. S. commi*°iorier, At Gold Kutte, Mont., on Saturdav, the 27th dav of December, 1002. She names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land : (Meli Wareham of West Kutte, Mont., Robert Christian, Edward Christian, Thomas Shepherd, >f (.TOid Kutte •1 M. I»l K 1,1 \'<i \ M R. Ret'ipt er . Application for Patent. U nited S tates I .and O ffice, g kkat F alls , Mont., Oct. 2 ', 1üii2. Noti'-i' is hereby giv >u that ira .Myers whose post office address is Great Falls, Montana: John 'J'. Mills ,1 r whose post office address i • New Vork • Robert L. McCulloh whose post office address is Havre, Montana, and Ira Brown whose post office address is (fold Butte, Montana, have this day tiled their application tor a patent for 11.17 acres of the Lottie Colins and Dewey Placer Min ing claims, bearing gold, -ituated in an unorgan ized mining district, county of Ulioteuu, and «late of Montana, and designated by the lield notes and official plat on file in this otlic • as survevs No's. 6ti02 and liiilö in township Sti north, range :| east, of Montana principal meridian, said aurvejs No's and lilitfi being as follows to-wit : Survev No. 1 )1102 Lottie Colins Placer. Beginning corner No. I a porphrv stone marked fitiU'2 from which l .i corner be w'een sect ions IS and 111 township north, range :t east bears south 7.") deg 22 min west 22!i:>.:j ft : thence north 12 (leg 25 min east !I4!I fem to corner No. 2: thence north «7 deg 22 min cast 2MÏ feet to corner No : thence north 14 deg 27 m in west 217. .1 feet to corner No. t: th«nce south ii.1 deg s 7 min west Htr> et to corner No. f>: thence south Ml deg west feet to corner No. II: theme south I:ldeg2.ï min east till) leet to corner No. 1, place of hegin ng, containing S..jS acres. Survey No. liliiö Dewey Placer. Beginning at corner No. 1 which Is also corner No. 1 survey No. iiiii)2, from which 'i corner be tween sections is and in, township:ili north, range east bears south 7"> (leg 22 min west 22!l.'.:l feet thence north 42 deg 25 mm east l,S:j.4 feet to cer ner No. 2; thence south :;7 deg 22 min east :;|i; t to corner No. :i: thence south .')5 deg 1:1 min west 49!! feet to corner No. I ; theie e north :il de" 03 min west 204.5 feet to corner No. 1 the place .,T ginning containing 2.SH acres, embracing a total area of 11.47 acres upon which a notice and plat of application for patent was posted. The location of these claims is recorded in the Recorder's office of Choteau county, Lottie Col ins in Book 2 of Lode Loca ions l , u'ge77; Dewey in Book 2 ot I.ode Locations I'age Mil. There are conllicting claims. Adjoining cla'ms on the north-west of the Lotie l'olliiis, the Kureka Placer, Survey No. litiOl on the south east of the nine Colins the Maybe Lode, unsurveved Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of -aid Lottie Colins or Dewev Placer Mining I üaiins or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the nited States Land Office at Great Falls in the täte of Montana, during the sixty days period of publication 'hereof or they will be barred bv vi r >f the pro* I - ion s of the statute ■!.\ mks M. Iii' KLINGA M K, Hegi.-ter. rst publication Oer. 22, 11*12. Notice to Creditors. Estât** • Non. •• executrix ceased,t claims aj with tlo- : after the aid exe< Benton, < Ex^eutr ensed Dated N I Ro , dec ?d. •l.-reby given by the undersigned, f estate of Charles Rowe de -Teditora of and al! persons having \-t tii— said deceased to exhibit them, --sarv vouchers, within four months pu »lication of this notice to the her residence in the city of Fort i >unty, Montana. ANNIE M. ROWE, : estate of Charles Row,, d ■ , -r :. 1 Fine ialtv ii '■c and .Job Printing- u sik - • ItlVKK I'iiKSS ottice. Application for Patent. 1 MTKt) S tatins L and O ffice, O ueat 1' ai.ls . Mont., Oct. 20, l!'o-2. Notice is hereby given that lia Mv.-rs whose post office address i.- oreat Falls, Montante John I.. Mills Jr., whose post office address is ?iew \ork: Kobwt L. McCulloh, whose post office ad dress is Havre, .Montana, and Ira Brown, whose post Office address is Gold Butte, Montana, have this (lay tiled their application for a patent for WUl acres of the Placer, Gopher Dick, Ida mine and Eureka Placer Alining claims, bearing gold, sLfu.ated in an unorganized mining district! county of clioteau and state of Montana, and designated Uy the tield notes and official plat on tile in this office as surveys Xo's. bftÖ!), IltiOll and lititil in township Hit north, range 3 eaM, Mon t.ana principal meridian, said surveys No's. li,")08 tiSJKl, titiOtt and tSOOl being as follows, to-wit : pur vey No. linilS Placer. Begmuiug at corner No. I, a porphry stone marked l-tic«Ü8, fri>m which corner between sections is and li>, township north, range 3 east.,, thence south 44 deg 55 min west 700 teet : thence north U5 deg US min west llTli.S feet to corner No. 2; thence north 9 deg '»ï min west 3.'»« feet, to corner No 3; thence north 5",' deg '27 min eist 311 feet to corner No. 4; thence south H8 deg 15 min east «40.4 feet to corner No. 5* thence south I deg iH) min east «13.5 feci- to corner No. l r tlie place of beginning, containing 14 I« acres, S m* v e y N < » t>51W I Gopher Dick. Beginning at corner No. 1, a porphry stone markwl l-rc>«u irom which ^4 coiner between sec tions IS and IU, township 3ti north, range 3 east turns south 3H deg west 1377 feet ; thence north •J3 deg west ôlS feet corner No. ~ ; thence north t>S deg 4T» min w est 1040 feet corner No. 3; thence south 1» deg 3d min east f>34 feet corner No. 4: thence south «»3 deg 15 min east «40.5 feet corner Ni>. 5 which is also corner No. 5 Survey No. <5."«S: thence north s« deg east 3 >8 feet to corner No. 1,. the place of beginning, containing 12.«7 acres. Survey No. (HüüO, Ida mine. Beginning at corner No. 1 a porphuy stone marked l-(i«00. from which v .i corner bet.weeu sections 18 and 1« township 30 north, range 3 east turns south 30 deg 5t$ min west 1913.17 ft; thence south 85 deg 20 nun west 380 feet to corner No. *2, thence north »kS deg 45 min west 1240 feet to cor ner No. 3: thence north 21 deg 15 min, ea^t, (KM) feet to corner No. 4; thence south (>(»• deg 22 ia.\ia east 1574 feet to corner No. 5: thence eontih 21 deg 15 min west 351 feet to corner No. 1, the pla*e of beginning, containing 19.7S acres. Survey No. 6«01 Euieka. Reiiinning at corner No. 1, which is also cor ner No. 1, survey No (»5««, from which corner between sections 18 and 1«, township 3ti north, range 3 east turns south 3i> deg west 1377 feet, thence north 23 deg west 518 feet to corner No. *2; thence north 82 deg 20 min east; 1 Kit) feet to corner No. 3; thence south lb deg 40 min east 508 feet to corner No 1 ; thence south 80 deg we-st. 14il«.5 feet orner No. 1, the place of beginning, contain 17.87 acres. Embracing a total area of 05.11 acres, upon which a notice and plat of applica tion for patent was posted on the day of The location of these claims is recorded in the Recorder's otlice of C hot »au- county, Montana Placer in Hook A, of Lode Locations Page 37«. Gopher Dick in Hook 2 of Lode Locations, Vage Ida Mine in Hook 1 of Lode Locations, Page li«' Eureka in Hook 2 of Lode Locations, Page There are no conliictinsj - laims. Adjoinm claims: On the south-east Survey No. »Mio», tie Colins Placer Lot Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said placer» Gopher Dick, Ida* Mine and Kureka Placer Mining Claims, or surface ground, are required to tile their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Of lice at Great Kails in the State of Montana, dur ing tlie sixty days i**riod of publicatian thereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the statute. J. M. HURLINGAME, Register. First publication Oct. 22, 1«02. Chapped Hands Rough Skin. OUR MANHATTAN TOILET CREAM r .s the finest preparation known for Chapped Ifanils, Rough Skin, Smarting from Shaving-, Chafing' from saw-edge collars, and other skin ailments. It is not sticky, nor does il clog the pores of the skin. Il is delightful I \ soothing, clearing, softening and healing, and is just the toilet cream for Fall and Winter. Ynn cannot he! |> 1 iking ii. PRICE 25 CENTS. D. 0. L0CKW00D, Druggist : and : Pharmacist, FOKT BKNTOX. MONT. LADIES. If you want a good SEWING MACHINE for a little money, I can furnish you one, "THE WHITE." Yes, it is all right. Call and try it. FURNISHING GOODS, GROCERIES BOOTS and SHOES. C. W. AYRES, Fort Hoiiton, JHoimma LEGAL BLANKS. I'erdoz Water Rights, for recording 50 Water I lights, for posting 'Zo < .'hatte] Mortgages 7-"i Real l'-tate Mortgages 7"> Satisfaction of Mortgage Warranu Deeds ."i0 IJ li it < '1 aim I)eeil,~ ."iO Kills of Sai(; " mi Promissory Notes, per book of 10U .To Receipt Books, with stub ",o RIVER PRESS, Fort Benton NORTHERN MONTANA RAMBOUILLETS Raised on the range ami thoroughly acclimated. Ewes from the most aristocratic (locks in America. W e have bred to the best imported and domestic rains tnat money would buy. Our flock is of tht \on HomeyeMiairnrer type so popular at the present tune—«rreat size, heavy shearers, remark able vitality. Flock headed by Samson 2d, whose jire soi'd for $550 at public auction at the National Wool Growers* meeting at Salt Lake. We also haw an imported nun strictly of the mutton type, and who carries a Merino fleece with a five-inch staple. The tops of this flock are good enough to »reed 111 any stud flock, and some of them are flock headers of the first water. They are well wooled and have great sir,-, weighing as high as 1(»0 lbs. in field condition at twelve months and all eligible to registration. YJ e have some grade yearling rams, as well as registered yearlings, for sale. Correspondence promptly atteiided to. These sheep may be seen at the ranch of Strode ä Horsey, near Whrtfash, Mont., until September 1st, Î902. after which they will be kept at our S hon km ranch, 20 miles south of Fort Benton. BEiYTON SHEEP CO.. Fort Benton. Mont, J B. LONG & CO., Opposite Park Hotel, Great Falls, Mont. FOR SALE. An extra good band of lambs. 4,000 good medium-wooled yearling ewes at Glasgow. 3,500 ch e Lincoln grade vearlinir ewes, near shelbv. 150 Robert Taylor yearling Rambouillet bucks, s good as any ever shipped to Montana, at Great SHEEP BREEDERS, We have some of the finest register ed thorough bred Delaine Rams ever shipped into Montana. We will sell them at right prices, and will ship a sample rant to any responsible ranch er for inspection. Montana Co-operative Ranch C d , New Conrad Bldg. Great Palis. Hont. P. O. Box, 1Ü4T. No Modern Home Is Complete Without a Telephone. The greatest labor and time-saving convenience of the age. You can talk front your telephone to every subscrib er in any exchange in Utah, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, as well as all Pacific coast points and Colorado and New Mexico. Short rates for short talks. Half minute it]). The pay begins when the talk begins. Rates from $2.00 up, for unlimited local service. Leave your orders now. The new instruments are the very latest im proved. Rocky Mountain Bell Tel. Co. II. ft. lîoniuxs, Mgr, Fort Benton. GEO. Ij. OVKRFIELD. Cattle brand u h I iowii on cat; olao X 011 left hip only; KC and K-C on tb« right ribs, --increase branded o on left rib« or ""thigh from fall of 18ft4. Ear mark, over lope in left sad xplit in right. Vent, X on the left shoulder, llor^ee branded H on left shoulder. Hiinge, Shonkili and Am* creek. I', o. address, Kurt lîenton. CLIFFORD MARTIN. Cattle branded monogram M Pa« 2®shown on thelefr ribs and hip. Ear mark, right ear crop off and split. Also the brand uliowu 011 adjoin ing cut on either left or right rib» Kar mark, left ear crop off and right ear split. Hang»'—Marias and Teton. P. O. address—Fort Benton, Mont. M 11.X KU I.I VK STOCK CO. Main brands i siiown in the v companying cuts Also own a', cattle bearing th«* single 4i square brand, and ali. rebranded cattle bearing only the cross P. Also own brand on right hip called 44 square Rani:« from Bear I*aw mountains east ward to Fort Peck between the Milk and Missouri rivers. Also south of the Mis souri river, between Arrow creek and Bel: creek, Shoukin ran^e NARCISSE VALLEAUX. Horse brand as showa on left shoulder. Cattle branded NV 03 left aide and hip and also on right side*. Vent, AK on hip. Hange, Teton. P 0. % Fort Benton Subscribe now for the W kekly R iv KR l'RESS. Send it to "the old folks at home. ' ' TO