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M. found as in the oity a waiting him tr for legislative understand that •11 and Ro.-iter, representa luivo etijoved similar oxpe tall and rece were very j Î Iii 11 was held in s largely attended •ption in Masonic furnished by the •stra, !«nd tho sup Mi at the Madison mptuous repast. ,e',v <>;' the King s in town yester this company, Hon. Alex Monday. He about •")() lett ers clerkships, ant Messrs. Isd tives-eleet. riencef. Mr. Metzel left for Helena Thursday. The A. ( >. V. \V. t: New Year's evening ant occasions. The Armory hall and wa: as was also the rec< hall. Music was Hearle-Striker orche per, which was servt I louse was a moat, su Superintendent Rt Mining Company was day. The mill owned ny un.»ci>iui>u,uj(, and which was only recently completed, will make its trial run. beginning next Monday. The mill is about, two miles from Twin Bridges and wiil employ six men. while the mine owned by the same company will employ ten or fif teen men. Mining men are considera bly interested in this mill as it treats ore by a new process—for thi? of the country. Mining men all over the country are very much elated over the announce ment of the removal of the Parrot smelter to 1'oint of Rocks, which will enable many properties now idle to be worked with prolit. A gentleman who knows, informed a M adisonian report er that the smelter and plant, would be located on this side of the Jefferson—in Madison county— while the town would be located in Jefferson county— on the opposite side of the river from the smelt ing plant. Deputy Clerk Frank Wilcomb has taken the trouble to figure up the num ber of notices of intention to hold min ing claims tiled during December. He tinds that 1,118 claims were held in this manner. On the last day, Dec. 31, 125 notices were tiled. The recording of these notices will make considerable extra work for the county clerk's otlice and it may be three weeks before the work is completed and the returns mdae to the locators. During the rush Will Gilbert is assisting the recorder. Charles Bulord says that if tho Vir ginia City boys fail to do the proper thing while this beautiful snow lasts, he will take it upon himself to give tho girls of the social city a big joint sleighride all by himself, if he is a mar ried man, and to which all the young ladies of Virginia will be invited. Those who desire to participate in this ride are requested by Mr. Buford to leave their names at his office. lid Bdghill of Junction and Miss Kate Dempsey of Twin Bridges were united in marriage in the Madison House par lors on New Years night. The wit nesses were T. F. Pollard and Mrs. A. Byrdand the nuptial knot was tied by Ca pi. J. H. Davis as only Capt. Davis j can. Mr. and Mrs. Edghill will reside at Junction where the MAD1SONIAN | hopes they will always be as happy as j they now are. The Madison House is making a reputation for itself in this particular line eleven marriage cere monies having been performed there since July 1, but Manager Pollard hopes to break even this splendid re cord during the year 1895. Bob Hedge, the urbane mining man of Richmond Flat, was in town last week on a religious errand. After se curing a supply of tracts and religeous literature, he returned to his home in the mountains. George O. Thomas Heuinger, who two years ago was a resident of this city and quite popular with the young ladies of tue social city, was uiuteu in marriage to Miss Harriet McGitfert Rosi at Ashtabula, Ohio, on New \ ear s eve. Wiley Mountjoy, superintendent of the Bamboo Chief, maue a 10-ion shi]> in;r. ing. in. .' a of last section I J in A. and J. ter It its I ment of ore last week. The ore was sent to the Boston and Montana smelter at Butte, and it is understoou that tiiu ore assays in a very satisfactory manner to the lessees ol the Chief. A. B. Davis of the Upper liuby as p ires to the position of sergeant -al -arms of the senate. As doorkeeper at the last territorial house of representatives Mr. Davis maUe a capaOle oliicer. Miss Grace iiernuon, who visited her parents during the holiday vacation has returned to bueriuaii. R. O. ilicKinaii, Patrick Carney, J. ; ss. Crisman, Eu. Caruwea, C. ,i. Eck stroin, VV. B. Cmluey, R. \V. Noble, Samuel Word, J. Ii. Wyeth, and li. (j. Brooke constitute the incorporators ol the Whitehall Realty company, the papers «1 which were tiled Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. for record in Jefferson county last week. The capital stock is $50,000. The purposes in;r. milling, ing. using, and operating water-ri water-powers, electric plants for tho operating and conducting of railroads, lights, and other purposes:purchasing, developing, leasing, and selling of mines and mining properties", the pur chasing. holding, laying-out, platting, developing, leasing, selling, dealing in. conveying, or otherwise using or disposing of lownsites: and digging ditches, building flumes, and con structing and operating telephone lines. Ben James, James Farrel and Fred Marks have re-leased the P. S. Grant .' r^mJohn King. They expect to put a force of men at work on property as 0011 a* of the company are min and smelting: construct hts,' as the mine is put in shape for This mine in the past has been a good producer, and it. is te be hoped that under the energetic management of its new lessees it will put its past record in the shadow. Tho city council at a meeting held last evening adopted the revised ordi nances as compiled by < 'ity Attorney Clark. The ordinances are to be pub lishod in book form and will make a voluinn of about 100 pages. The council also made arrangements for the city election, to be held on the first Monday in February. The polling places were fixed as follows: First ward, express office, Second ward, Reifs place: Third j ward, \V. A. Clark's office. Judges and clerks of election were appointed as fol lows: First ward, Joseph Smith. Fred Kraemer and J. P. Nelson, judges; W. A. Buttermore and E. J. Lyons, clerks. Second ward, W. .J Forman. John Reed, and George W. Reif, judges; A. Me Gown and H. L. Childs, clerks. Third ward, S. Edmonds, C. A. Spaights and J. B. Lowman, judges; Wm. Donaldson and W. H. Gilbert, clerks. A. E. Wilcomb, who resides near Twin Bridges, is the owner of a bovine freak which would cause Barnum to turn over in his grave were the dead and gone showman to know of its ex istence. It is a yearling calf, with three well defined horns, one in the cen ter of the forehead, three eyes, the third being located just below the third horn, and a triple breathing aparatus. It is a fine healthy calf and promises to become a full grown curiosity. Albert Metzel, who is a student of the state agricultural college of Bozeman, spent the holiday vacation at the York Ranch. A mass meeting is called for Satur day (to-morrow) evening, at Armory hall for the purpose of taking concerted action against the Northern Pacific in its endeavor to patent land in Madi son county known to mineral. All in terested in this matter should attend. State patents to several thousand acres of school lands were filed this week in the office of Die county clerk by individuals known to be connected with the the Parrot mining company Capt. Davis departed for Helena Thursday morning to look after his candidacy for the doorkeepership of the house of representatives. During his absence Joe Bush will have charge of the Easton House. James Garrison is in Butte. Winthrop Herndon, who is attending the Montana university at Helena, vis ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herndon during the holidays. Robert Conway of the Madison was in town Wednesday. The Lotus club will hop next Friday evening. Madison's bran new officers and offi cers-elect will assume their official du ties next Monday. Miss Nellie Conway left for Monida Thursday morning. Mi s. G. 11. Rew who has been visit I ing at the home of her parents,Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gohn, returned to Twin Bridges yesterday. Mrs. A. Byrd was pleasantly sur j prised Monday evening by a number of j her friends. The evening was passed , pleasantly a \v hist. Refreshments were served. Mort Miller and Constable Pollinger of Twin Bridges, were in the city dur ing the week. John C. Donegan of Puller Springs was in the city Monday. j. Ü. Bacon, who was one of Castle's most prominent merchants in the days of that town's prosperity, and who now resides on Meadow Creek was in the city last week. VV. H. Malouey, of Divide, spent the holidays in Virginia. T. K. Pollard of the Madison house expects to leave for an extended east ern trip during tBc next 10 days. The Male Voice club promised that Dr. Price's Cream iiaking Powder World's Fair HiKbent Award. concert this month. They say they don't purpose doing things by halves, If you knew all the preparations being made, you'd say so, too. who don't want to hear a good thing? Wason M. Oliver, vice president of the Dillon Implement Company, was in the city Saturday. Mr. Oliver has com pleted a tour in Madison county in the interest of his company. Arrangements are now being per fected for a masquerade ball, which will be given on the evening of St. Val entine's day—Feb 14. August Colan. a tailor, has located in Virginia, and can be found at the rear of Bartlett's blacksmith shop. Tom A. and Frank Metzel came over from Puller Springs to celebrate the coming of the glad new year. ! Miss Belle Wonderly of Jessamine j ranch spent New Year's day with \ ir i jrinia city friends. The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leav ening power as the Royal. To Whom it May C noern. U S. I.AND OFFICIO AT D ozeman , Montana, Unn. 27 181)4 Notice is hereby given that the Northern Pacific liailroad Company has tiled in this office a list of lauds situated iu towhships described below aud has applied for a pat ent for said lauds: that the list is open to the public tor inspection, and a copy there of by descriptive subdivisions has been posted iu a convenient place in this office tor the inspection ol all persons and the public generally. South and west Townships 0 and 7 south range 1 west. Township 7 south, range "2 west. Township S south, range I west, Towuships (i and 7 south, range 1 east. Townships 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 and 0 south range 1 west. Townships 1, 2 and 4 south, range '2 west. Within the next sixty days lollowing the date ol this notice, protests or contests against the claim of the company to any tract or subdivision described in the list on thegrouud that the same is more valuable tor mineral than agricultural purposes, will be received and noted lor report to the gen eral land office at Washington, D. C. C. P. BLAKELEY. John F. Atbury , Register. Receiver. First pub. Jan. 5, 1895. ll-10t. Notioe to Creditors. Fstite of Lock wood M To'td, deceased. No tice is tit'reb v Kiv -il by the undersigned almir tstvator of the eitaie of I,"t'kwO"d M. Todd, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the eald deceased, lo ex hibit them, with the necessary vouchers, with in four months after the tirst publication of this notice to the said administrator at his (.tlice in the city of Virginia, cuiinty of Mudisou, state of Montana. Dated at Virgin a City, this 27th day ot De cember. 1SU4. JULIAN A. KNIGHT, Administrator of the said estate. 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