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THE DAILY. LEADER.
ORG A' A.
The Ofc1awl pae ' .Cory.
Daft PubiamA Exw
Wee a W eaneday.
tUhllsbu hI the Lar hfitag Co.
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Mr. d- ,m M ilolart, .Taly , 8le'e -
Friday Mornlig, July 13. 1889.
OUE4LUIJSTRIOUS GUESTS. b
Great Falls will today be again honoted b
bytssie1teeeastimn dur'iaidst dt g yodl:
proplortton o- Montana'e pidtienttive a
cthibiensher owool- ? "tet nintay"d? her If
cattle and horse men, her legislators, the
mehmbY t ft the tmsthtittloneionvention a
and a fair representation of the great tl
wool-dealing syndicateeofthe east. '
Gentlemen, Ia !behalf of far bitidne, '
the LEsuA)n extends to you a cordial
greeting. We weloome-yowtor the free- n
doam of offr young city, so heartily ex
tended to you on the present occasion.
Lets thlii one shortyeatr ago the city d
of ,Great alls was unknown. An un- a
pretentious.village, nestl ing In a lovely b
oirveiothe brad#illidul1,of IdO1 in- 8
habitants, bekoened--the weary western I
traveler;to its hoepltalitdes-: Two; years a
ago no.lldlwasy4rd enetsated these ex- l
tended beulas andable-lands The love
ly valleys of the Mila.-itadManrl H ver, d
nowtseemin.wlth clvillzed .life- and en- a
tsrpdei3 f bot oeeliapied by thb roving r
redman and not open to white settlement. r
Fort Benl.tg thiahi l~%Ihtlon.. at the
head waters of river navigation, was the
odf nyton otkan:'j 'ýsh jlt importance n
In Northern Montana. Benton, with her
* ancient name and preot atiilt r'imain- t
but all else, how ihaniged!
Nature's God.lith 'determined that J
here, on thiasenchaiinting spot, shall be:h
reared the -auiiifacturil. :city of the
northwest. Suppllei with "Illniltable t
water-power,. ~exhautles- iron- depollts t
abd coat inesalureie inlte irtdt of a vast
mining region and the finest grazing and
grain-pi~·diinn podrton of the cdntlnentn I
with the best grades of wool at our r
do6ra; adlAie utnbimuttbhiudurpaeied r
in flavor at our call; and with thousasdd I
of hone{t, illwge halidesto co-operkte
with the i~si.lie and the looms and the I
furnsaiej what-shall s in rtthe 4iwbAe
,or turnaside thedeeree-of Him to whbrhi
oane cma say,'dPWbt fnest Thou?
4idultiun fiW r d 4A nc vl l suc
netns as story-teller. espdadilngto the
questitiic;to red you' i W robbed, gin
eral?" he reiiled that a very shrewd ver
saida tidb oide ailne 1oe-Vdioan wind
somebody autgiated.tbat he try his hand
on Governor iuis'si . house. "Well,"ld
said, "I dlal&t ilo%4ooig seoadt'rst sad,
i fact, made Wit the necessary prep.
tien--found-s Ct' all-.boutlhe habitd of
the family, where each' member -l.pt1.
how to obtai°nh ctsib"'tthe'" ppbr rooms
,while ther members 'of theireinily were
oI a w.stat irs * 6tiideoi bshiiaftii ii the
house,.. and so.on. ..Then I.began toin
vestigate the merwitha view to prob
ale reeblts-i'`JohiweitilWa t herior
anid memb r fthe faily `day aftiier day
and fmally came to the: conclusion that
the house e ac not wortdi robbing. ^one
of them wore .ay, daiubnds or put;ni
Sny style, that poete the posseslo of
such ornseaea tandt*wade up my mlnd
that the manilon'of the governor of Wi s
coasi was nnot orthy of y attention."
oxwmesror;a Trºnxs, the soldler's
friend, was 'In (hicit roi the 8th. hle
had been talkirg-to-the people at Ottum
wa, Topeka,CotWlo &teihfi aSd Odiarag.
In answer to qustlions he said:
f oorsrsa will arrnues matteisca that every
person who nedtib a peteIdlian aseoue it I dare
say the Grand Army of the Repubul will show
w ndefau , ,mantr in` dfcu' i it the best
hrit I annot syai inraifor tl~e much talkeidf
i'ervle penuslia .a essas with whom I
have eonrerssed'hbtths ' bteS tibill as advo
sated by thes A. R:-, that the Anances oi the
muntry wl n nt It. There are now about
1O000 penalon, ad 1,0a1500 veterans, and the
dramneot per-mii~ ? ein~dn be easily computed.
No. let theserspeisegslbest'alre-riet- t somee
ears. Itongre.s adsta it so that only those
who need and re eiiiged to daislds resive
thes, tat is aB thaten be asked."
Tua late Siioft'Ciintetbithada broad
strain of gennunidgrtttitudei his nature,
so peculiar to the Sodttish race. Speak
inag of Gen. Logan, thewenator said:
"Loan was a gand man. He and Iwere great
friends, and l dOan'thlnk w~iver, direred but on
one easion in iour lves. J.t. afrer the war
General LIepn ntroduesd a bill which was de
sIneasdto aboUsh theaed oe eit onstemeepr,
'which lopposed. Heisiome:to se bad said, 'Cam
eron on seem to betiutins my bill.'
*I replied, Yeas, General Iam, and I propose
'toght your bill as long as I am n the United
tates senate.
"Well, why do you ght it?"
""Ueeuae, Genera Le .whean I was candl
date for the Senate, a friend of imhie whowasshle
esuad himielf to ber.li.ed . o0ttethecapital
at Pennsylvania to vote for me, and he Is one of
thes men whom you pIpoeasto .leslatse out of
"VEn forward," was the criticism ity
her Majesty Queen Victoria upon the
presentation of one of our most beautiful
American girls.
A raw Roman O·tholic praper-book Is
about to be issued, to talke the place of
others now in use.
A .uPora seesion o:f ocoot~htwill le
convened in October or begliindlg of No
vember.
MR;. BLAxIe, ii lIrer flo July, wuilh
covr thedeclining stamina of Americanu.
SWHEAT RAISED WITHOUT IRRI
GATION.
It is by all admitted that the past sea
ion has been the dryest ever known. Of
'this the present stage of the Missouri
bears incontestible proof. While our
beautiful river should now be a booming
flood, its waters are as low as they usual
ly are in September.
In such a season, that the bench lands
of this region should produce a crop is
something more than the most sanguine
advocates of non-irrigation for these lands
could have anticipated. That a fair crop
of No. 1 hard wheat will be reaped from
such land is affirmed by the following
which we clip from the July number Of
the Northwestern Farmer and Breeder:
"Seeing Is believing," We have seen and are
therefore bound tobelieve. On June20th, wewere
kindly Invited by Hon. Paris Gibson todrive with
him two miles out of town to take a look at his
sxtr cares of spring wheat growing upon high
bench land. The day was hot, the bright sun pour
ingdownitasulnterruptedrays, as it has been
doing for the last thirty-five days, but one slight
shower having blessed this region since the first
week in May. The roads were dusty and the air
as hazy as in Indian summer. The scattered
blades of grass seemed struggling for existence
ilmid the constant nibbling of city cows and horses
and the overpowering drouth. But here like an
dai in a desert, was the wheat field with its dark
green and hiiutlant plants throwing out their
heads inrwonderful profusion. It was an astonish
Ingasiht. Aeld of ripeningwheat surrounded on
evegy side by feebiegrass drying and curin under
the Infuence of an almost tropical sun! An as
tonshing demonstration of the adaptability of
this Montana bench land to wheat farming and
also of the wonderful power of the wheat plhnt,
under certain conditions, to thrive for an extend
ed period without moisture from above ground.
Now what are these conditions? Buts few
miles away are several small patches of wheat
Whiclh are sudcumbing to the unfavorable season.
They are upon land pronouneed preeisely slm
lar and sown to the same seed; wherein lies the
difference? The answer is,chiefly n the timeof
sowing. The Gibson field was sown very early in
spring, or rather late in winter, for It was put ip
in February. The otherwheat was sown in April.
Sir years of experience upon these upland prai
ries on the-part of Mr. Gibson have demonstrated
conclusively that wheat here must be sown early.
hreek the land in June, say four inches deep.
Backset in the fall if one has the time, but this is
less here than in Daketa, for the sod is very ten
der nd teadily goes to pleces. As early as the
season will permit, and that is generally in Feb
mailty, harrow thoroughly, sow the seedand bar
row it In well. This is all there is to it, and a
good crop is as sure to follow as is any crop in thit,
country. The same is true of barley and oata ;j
It must be remembered that this is a climate
not unlike that of the Pacilic coastin this respect
at least--Montana had a wet and a dry season.
The moisture here comes from the snows of win
ter which are frequently melted off by the mild
chinook winds, and from the prevailing raino of
June. The early sown seed is placed in moist,
fertile ground, which carries the young plants on
uninterruptedly until met by the June rains. Af
ter this It matters little how rainless the season,
the grain takes care of itself. If sown late and
the June rains fail to come, there is liability of
faltine as is the case this year.
Mr. Corbett is a gentleman of large ex
perience as a practical farmer and agri
cultural editor; was one of the founders
of the Prairie Farmer, one of the most
widely-circulated agricultural journals
in the northwest; and for a few months
past has been making his headquarters
tn tidecity as manager of the Moitana
department of this excellent periodical.
..Crtc o police-headquarters has be
come one-of the most seething caldrons
of detectives, police officers, spies, pimps
nd cilminals of all grades in the land.
A low-browed fellow having a desperate
look, on Saturday last crowded himself
iupto the railing:
"SI*','- 5~klhe to the chief, "I want to-"
- fray denlt disturb me just now, I am very
busy,"-replled the chief officer.
"But I msy Iwant--"
"Couldn't possibly listen to you now."
"Yes, I know, but I-"
'"CO't stoepnow, I tell you-don't you know
thbihM ijulst been a terrible murder committed
and Iaid working on thecase?"
" Ye, 'that's just it, I came in to-"
"Now, see here, I tell you I positively can't-go
away=cOmeIln next week."
"No, I must-"
"Notaiitherword-let me alone-come in week
aftet . usx
'"Bud, great scott, I want to-"
"No, sirl I say. Here, if you want money
theis',S-itake it and go to Oshkosh or domewhere.
Come in next month after we get this terrible
'murder mystery cleared up. There's the door
now go!"
-: Te stranger took the bill and turned away sad
ly. On the corner he met a man and said:
"They won't have me up at headquarters. 1
committed the murder they are working on and
weated to give myself up, but they wouldn't listen
tome."
Then wandering sadly down the street
he tmet two detectives, gave a policeman
a light for his cigar and quietly disap
peared.
THAT boodle unstinted will be lavished
by the democrats to drag Montana back
wards into the democratic gill-net is be
coming most palpable. We have only to
say, Republicans, stand by your princi
ples. Boodle is mighty, but truth must
prevail, if its friends will nail their colors
to the mast.
Tar Rev. Collier, in his "Forum" pa
per says, when we base our family life
upon the principles and habits that have
produced the hardiest pioneers since the
days when the German tribes poured in
to Rome, then we shall be imitating to
some purpose.
HADno HASSIEN Guooi-' KHAN, Persian
minister to the U. S., says he will leave
this country and never come back-that
he has been driven out by the unkind and
ungenerous things that have been written
about him and his sovereign in the Amier
ican newspapers. Pity!
Ex-Co aGsseoSS Tim. Campbell was
saved from the Conemaugh deluge by a
little delay caused from reading Dr. Tal
mage's Life of Christ and the Life and
Adventures of Buffalo Bill.
PREs. Connia of the Reading railroad
says that the iron works there will soon
resume work and that no member of any
labororganization will be employed.
MINE Inspector Swallow will immedi
ately visit the mines of Castle, Neihart,
Barker, Copperopolis and other great
camps of the Belt mountains.
A NEw comet was discovered by Prof:
Swift of the Warner observatory, Roch
ester, on the morning of the 6th inst., in
right ascension, 22 hours.
KIrnAIN seems to have been as badlyi
used ip as at first riepor-ted,.
o. L. CIS.UCHILL F. W. WCSTEU
--Wi:fer this Month
A ELPate BLmportation of GENts' ClothiVENg, such E,
Grteat Falls.
From r: :..50Q. $9 $12, $15, $17,:$20, and' $22.50.
Wi"TlS.O'e this equl onth
A Late GIportation of Gents' Clothimng, such as
and Worsteds,
At 4toiaiaoton in Price,
From I$005.5O; $9. , $12, $15, e$1o , $20, rond $22.50.
-In endlessaret y oc of colorso Wlllo then f iSonie , s l., 8.10, 1.'Ver , l Oge and all.
Thvery l nothlch equl ow tenit the Iprice.
In (Gents' Shirts ro0wil find the Rnest andlargest assortment, sueb s
:BIL,: C8LIE, BMIRE AND OCfEVIOTB,
snuing en Itlee from ie l86.9.
And lEltOa11aS lt*,bt leck Wear whlcb we wIll sell at SIc.
Our stock ofBootsand a Shoes is very large and all
very jmuch below regular prices.
,Mall orders promptly attended to.
The .One-Price Clothier.
H. 0. CHOWEN, PEESTON KING, F. B. WILCOX
Preslent. VePsdenL . See. & Tres.
Cataract Mill Company
Merchant., Millers.
Manufacturers of the following Brands of High-Grade Flour:
Diamond, Cataract, Gold Dust, Silver Leaf and
Golden Fleece.
Fresh .raham Flelr, Cheloie See Wheat, and. Oats'for Sale, Ground Feed and
-ChIckerfed Coastat tly s Hand.
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT
- O.rica--at the Mill, foot of Central Avenue,
GREAT FALLS.
F THE TRK HOIEL.
-[UNDER NEW MAIA.IEMENT.]
The Only First-Class House in Great Falls. Office
Open Day a d Night.
Fine B!Illiard Rooms, Bar Stocked-with Choice Liquors and Cigars
Central Avenue and Park Drive.
Julius Horst, Pro.
Oan. Easy Terms-!
THREEr~n O threeý ootc.a_"ch
bidtres kithen and
l.A Manasrd'RotDWElrLIN(i. ie rooms.
RLiU besides kltchen and pantry, wlth lot I.x
r-eet, felced and surrounded with shadn trees
__ Enqnire of
.ibson & e.nner.
N. P. LOBERG,
Architect and Superintendent.
OFlIOE: Over ChurehlLl & Webster's Store.
' M.E THAN 50 YEAR8 EXPERIENO..
CHARLEY LAWSON,
CHIEF OF BARBERS,
laes Jut owened up a shop first door west of the
Rocky otCOMln Telegrph AND e.
COME AND SEE,
. . fl. . ETER. J. W. ELLI. I
WI. Raligh &Co
THE LEADING DRY GOODSHOUSE
We call speclal attentlon to our large and well
selected stock of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
DRESS 00GD0 ,
Carpets, Table Linens,
LADIES UNDERWEAR
Hosiery,
Corsets,
Neckwear,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Of the latest Importations
Parasols and Fans.
W. p.B ALEIGIH r CO.,
CENTRAL AVE., - GREAT FALLS.
- Samples sent on appllcatlon.
GREAT FALLS
Bottliljg orls,
J. T. JONES, Proprietor.
MAwUFACTUIER OF
Champagne & Pear Cider,
Ginger Ale,
Root Beer,
Soda Water,
And all kinds of
Delicious Summer Drinks.
.ine Cildr Vinegar Always on Hand.
-THE
ta eai Bk
-OF-
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
(Incorporated.)
CAPITAT STOCK, $50,000.00
S. E. ATKINSON......... ............Preskleni .
WILL HANKS....................Vice President.
F. P. ATKINSON, Cashier.
TRISTEES:
S. E. Atkinson, Jacob Switzer,
Peter Larson, Will Hanks,
John J. Ellis, F. P. Atkinson.
Transacts a general banking business. Loans
moley, discounts bills and makes collections onl
favorable terms. Accounts kept subject to check
and Interest allowed on time certificates of deposit.
City Stables!
Corner Third Ave. South and Third St,
Great Falls, - Moutana.
W. I. BLACK,
PROPRIETOR.
Feed, Livery and
Sale Stables.
NEW BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
FINE STEPPERS AND GENTLE HORSES.
Saddle Horses for Ladies
and Gentlemen.
Horses Boarded by the
Day or W'eek.
Tourists and Land Seekers trans
ported to all points in North
ern Montana in First Class
Rigs and at Reasonable
Rates.
No mistake-lthe Hlo.lDA LEADER is
the paper to send to your friends.
Shoes to work in or wed in, at the New
If York ('ash Bazaar. j30tf
e Chenuisettes and silk neckvwear--the
most hantdsolme line at
j20-tf W. B. 1I.i.,rsr & C,.
FRANK UCOTTEN. GEO. H. STANTON
Scotten & Stanton,
CIVIL ENGIHEERS AID SUR*YUlS
TownAlotes t • Draught
Printing.
Lana a specialty.
Offoe. Dasa Block. Bre.t al Moat.
JOHN FRENCH,
SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEER.
OFFICE:
Room L, Third floor, over Fleet National P
BOAT AHOYI
Health, Pleasrsu and Pasthe,
Rowing, Flshlig, Fib and Frolic.
HANDSOMEST LOT OF BOATS
IN THE WEST.
AT TAYLtR'S BOATiHOUSE.
NO. MASS.
FirstNationalank,
OF GREAT FALLS.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 9 TO .
Anthorized Capital, - $1,000,000.
Paid-Up Capital, 1- 100,000;
OFFICroERS.
TIMOTHY E. COLLINS - - President
A. E. DICKERMAN - - Vice-President
L. G. PHELPS - - - Cashier
D. L. TRACY Ass't Cashier
DIREOTORS:
C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAMINNI8,
PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS,
ROBERT VAUGHN, H. O. CHOWEN,
J. T. ARMINGTON.
A general banking balness transacted
Exchange drawn on tile principal points in the
States and Europe.
Prompt attention given t 1 collections.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
HELENA
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL.
REED & RINDA, Pronrietors.
The Leading Hotel in the Territory. Head
quarters for all Traveling Men and
Leading Business Men.
Fine Sample Rooms Connected,
Real Estate for Sale.
Town and Ranch Property.
Improved Ranches in
Good Locations.
Well appointed Lots both in
Cascade and Choteau.
I. S. Corson,
Choteau, Mont, Agent.
SUMMONS.
TERRITORY OF MONTANA.
COUNTY OF CASCADE.
In the Justice's Court, Great Falls Township, be
fore W. H. Race, Justice of the Peace.
Frank Ogilvie, Plaintiff,
vs.
D. D. Brown, Defendant.
The people of the Territory of Montana to the
above-named defendant, Greeting:
You are hereby dummoned to be and appear be
fore me W. H. Rsce, a Justice of the Peace nand
iorthe tunt of Cascade; at my office in Great
Falls, within ten days after the completion of ser
vice of this summons upobyou, then and there to
make answerto the complaint of Frank Ogilvie,
the above-named plalntiff, in a civil action to re
cover the sum of Fifty-Three and 9-150 .Dollars
for your pronmissory note and interest thereon,
dated .December i5 18, and due thirty days after
date to plaintif, and in default thereof judgment
will be rendered against you D. D. Brown, the
above-named defendant, for the sum of Fifty
three+ nd 59-1(5 Dollars and'e ots of suit in this
behalft expended.
Given under my hand this 6th da of July, A. D.
188. W.H. RACE,
jy 7 Justice of the Peace of said Township.
NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Office at Helena, IMootana, July 2, 1".g
--Notice is hereby givon that the follaowng-nsam.i.
settler hua flied notice of his intention to make
flnal proof in support of his claim, and. that said
prof will be made before the CIerk of the Dist.
ort of Cascade Co., Mont, at GreatFalls, Mont.,
on Angust 7 1889 viz.: John Jessue, who
fled Pre-empion D. . No. 9028 for the W nwt
wh swts, sec. 15, toWnshlp 20 north, rtange. 5ei
lie names the fbllowlng witnesses to prove hi.
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
lands, vi.: William M. Wolf, Whitnolan G. Jones
William E. Cascadden, Datvid Thomas; all of Great
Falls, Montana.
Any person who desires to protest against the
allowance of such proof, or who knows of any
substantial reason under the law and the regula
tionsof the Interior Department, why such proof
should not be allowed, will be given an opportunli
ty at the above mentioned time and place to
cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and
to offer evidence In rebuttal of that submitted by
claimant,
July 4, S. W. LANGHORNE, Register.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
In the Fourth Judicial District Court, in aud for
Cascade County, Montana Territory.
JOSEwPH JELICA
vs.
ALBERT T. FRAMsE AND JULIA C. FRA.E.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and do
oree of foreclosureand sale, issued outof the Dis
trict Court of the Fourth Judicial District, in, and
for the County of Cascade, Territory of
Monltana, on the 10th day of June, A. D. 1889, In
the above entitled action, wherelh Joseph Jelice
thle aove-named plaintiff, obtained a judgrent
and decree of foreclosure and sale against Albert
T. Frame and Julia C. Frame, defendants, on the
28th day of May, A. D. 1889, for the sum of One
Thousand and Twelve Dollars and Seventy-fve
Cents ($,51,76), which said .decree was, on the
21th day of May, A, D. 1889, recorded in judgment
hook of said court, at 8age94:
rIsam conmarsded to.sell all that certain lot,
piece or parcel of lind situate, lylagand being in
he city of Great Falls County',,rr, Terri
tory of Montana and oonded and dedcibed, as
follows, to-wlt: Lot (10) in block numbered four
hundred and thirteen (41), hi the city of Great
Falls, as is shown and made to aparbhythe.
plot of said.Great Falls on file In the offic of tihe
Clerk and Recorder Inand for the county of Cho
teaus,!.. also the county of Cascade.
Publice notice is hereby giver that on Monday,
the 8th day of July, A. D. 1889, at 2 o'clock p. m. of
that day, in front of lhe Minot Block, used as the
rout house of the County of' Caseide, I will, in
oubeditence to said order of sale and decree of fore
closure aid sale, sell the above-descrlbed proper
ty, or so much thereof as may be necessary to sat
isfy said j.drgenlt, with lnterest and cst, to the
highest and best bidder for casol.
C. P. DOWNING, Sheriff.
Dated this 11th day of June, 1889.
[Flrsrt rblication June 12.]
THE
NORTHWESTERN
GUARANTY
LOAN
COMPANY
Capital $2,000,000.
Money to loan on Improved. city property nand
farm lands, on from six months tofive Years te
I. o. CHOWEN, Agent.
Offlce opposlte Park hoteL maylt-tt
NOTICE.
The large cattle sale of Wernecke & Bauer set
forJune first has been postponed to some future
day. WERNECKE & BAUEIL
/DISSOLUTION OF PAITNERSHIIP
Wernecke & Bauer have dissolved partnership
:llmutindl'btsent. Wernecke will continue the
business, pay all bills against the company asm
'collect all accounts.
C. T. WERNECKE.
tf JACOB BAIER.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
..The firm of Mann & Decker has been dlssolved
ti mnntual:consent. Thos. Mannwill coltloetL
business and assume all accountl.
THOMAS MANN,
PERRY DECKER.
GREAT FALLS, June 10, 1889. jlljlls
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERtSHIP
The partnership heretofore existIlng between
L.A. Winchester and Thomas McMahon, under
the firm nlhme and style oi Winchester A MeMI
hon. was dissolved on the 10th dayof iJle, 1889
All accounts due the firm must be paid to Thomas
McMahon, who will settle all accounts against the
saume.
The merchandising department of tile Iln will
Sbe continued by . A. Winchester. The drilling
business will hereafter be conducted by Thonluas
McMahon. L. A. WINCHESTER.
THOMAS MCMAHON.
GREiT FALLS, Mont.,June 10.1889.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
We the undersigned hereby agree that the lPrt
nershlp heretofore and now exlstlng between W.
G. Stark & Co. be this day dissolved by mutual
consent, and that W. G. Stark is to pay the Ira
debts and collect all accounts due the firm.
W. (G. STARK.
GREAT FALLS, April 21 1889. J. A. HACKSHAW.
MINING APPLICATION No. 2276.
U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana. >
April 29), 1889.
-Notice Is hereby giventhat Paris Gibson, James
W. .MatUln Herbert O. Chowen, DelosH. Chowen,
George ). iBudington, Charles MI. Webster, Arthur
E. Dlckerman and Phil (libson. whose postoffice
address is Great Falls, Montana Territory, have
made application for a platent for 160 acres of
placer mining ground situate in no organlized olon
lng district, Cascade County, Mootana Territory,
and described in the official report on file in this
office, as follows, viz:
Thesoutheast quarter of section thirty-six (36)
township twenty-one (21) north of range three (2)
east, containing 160 acres and iormnlg the south
east quarter of section 36 lin towllshlp 21 N of
range 3 east Principal Meridian. The location of
this mine is recorded in the County Clerk aun Re
corder's office of Cascade and Choteau counties,
on Dpge6t, book D of-miscellaneous. Adjoining
claimants are Paris Gibson et al.
AU persons holding adverse claims thereto are
requlred to present the same before this office
witht p sixty days from the first day of pubiication
hereof, or they will be barred by the pirovisiols of
the statute.
S. W. LANGHORNE, Register.
PARIs GoIBON, Attorney for Claimants.
[First publication May 2, 1889.]
.INING APPLICATION No. 2274.
U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montllina,
April 29,1889.
Notice is hereby given that Paris Gibson. James
W. Matkin, Herbert O. Chowen, Delos it. Chowen,
George D. Budlngton, Charles M. Webster, Arthulmr
E. Dlckerman and Phil Gibson, whose postofice
address is Great Falls, Montana Territory, htve
made application for a patent for li) acres of
nlacer mining ground situate in no organlized mln
Ing district, Casaede ounty, Montana Terrltorys
iand described in the official report on tile ill tlis
office, as follows, viz:
The southwest quarter of section thirty-six (36).
twnil.hhp twenty-one (21)• nortll of range tllree
(a) isth, contitlning 160 aOres and forming the
southwest quarter of section 36. in townllshi 21 N.
of range 3 east Principal Merldas. The location
of thib mine is recorded in the County Clerk and
Hecorder's office of Cascade alld Choteauncounlles.
on page 661, book D of miscellaneous. Adjoilnilg
climants are Paris Gibson et al.
All persons holding adverse claims thereto are
reauired to present the same before this oitce
Wlttin sixtydays from the first day of publlcationt
hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the Ipro
visions of the statute.
S. W. LANGHORNE,Register.
PARIs GIBSON, Attorney for Claimants.
[First publication May 2,1889.
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