Jefferson County Sentinel (Boulder, Mont.) 1885-1899, April 29, 1887, Image 2
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Jefferson County Sentinel. -et r it IAL `PIPER OF THE COUNTY Entered at the Poetoffice in Boulder City, Montana, aa second -clam mail matter. Issued Every Friday 12 14., sharp. S. A. ROBERTSON, PUBLIIMER, Boulder City, Montana. The pioneer newspaper of Jefferson coun- ty. A family journal, independent in politics. To reach the thrifty and intel- ligent classes In Jefferson county, adver- tisers should partonlze THE SENTINEL, TrIE SENTINEL desires a correspondent in each camp and settlement in the comi- ty. Items of local news solicited from all sections. We do not hold ourselves res- ponsible for views expressed by our cor- respondents. — St:sinnurrton, per year, in advance, n3.00 Stx MONTHS, $1.50--TitREE MONTils, $1 STANLEY is making rapid progress toward Central Africa. ABOUT *300 a day is what the Ter- ritory is now payieg for the folly of the last Legislative Assembly. BENTON1TRS are wild over the good fortune of one of its citizens who re- cently drew a $30,000 prize in the Louisiana lottery. ONLY 1,283 Butteites will vote at the cite election. • At least that is all that have registered. That is a slim showing for the \greatest mining camp in the world.\ EARL WARREN a brother of Major Ches. S. Warren, of Butte, suicided a at Anaconda on last Saturday night. Some trouble about a woman who had once been his wife, is the adjudg- ed cause. SOLDIERS are on their eery to drive the settlers off the Winnebago Indian reservation. It seems like a great hardship for settlers to abandon their homes, after having had permission to occupy the land by President Ar- t - mr. THEI1E is war over the range about railroad right of way in the Silver Bow Canyon. It seems that the Mon- tana Union company is trying to pre- -vent the Montana Central from get- ting a good right of way through the canyon. The fight is only with picks, shovels, etc. Its a sort of grab game of the Montana Union RENOMINATION is now much talk- ed of in the east. We cannot see the use of so much talk about the matter. Whesp ee elie time comes, if Cleveland is the choice -of his party and , he is willing to accept the nomination he'll be nominated and that is all there is of it. It is useless to make . that a question now as it cannot but impair his usefulness.. WE neglected to mention last week the receipt of the 20 -page Live Stock Journal, of Helena. It wae a coin - mendable effort in the way of stock notes. The publishers of that paper are certainly enterprising, and are giving our stockmen and ranchers an excellent opportunity to provide themselves with a first-class paper for the small sum of $3 per year. Tneee has been much complaint made the past month because the railroads in Montana have greatly advanced their freight rates. The Inter -State Commission has suspend- ed the law forseveety-five days. Noser 'we shall see whether, the railroads 'will reduce rates or trot. The cause of the advanced rates they have at- tributed to the new law. If the rail- road officials are honest in their pre- tensions they will give shippers low rates again. DEATH OF MAJOR BLAINE. The telegraphic dispatches an- nounce the death of Major John E. 'Maine, at Arkansas Hot Springs, on the 21st instant. He has been quite prominently before the people of the Territory in positions of trust both civil and military and had a large ac- quaintance throughout Montana. His, -death was caused by a malady of the brain front which he had unavailingly sought relief at the Hot Spriegs mili- tary hospital. Hiseleath was not en- tirely unlooked for by his friends. John Ewing Blaine was born in, Brownsville, Pennsylvania, in 1840 and was consequently in his 47th year. In 1871 he was appointed Sur- veyor General of Montana, which position he held until 1875 when he was commissioned Major - and Pay- master of the United States and sta- tioned at Helena. He has re- mained here in that capacity almost eontinuously With the exception of a year's duty in New York from whenee he returned only a - few months ago. He leaves a wife and three children, who are in Chicago. Look out for Developments. Our worthy Probate Judge arid County Attorney, ladenecl with •pielc, shovel, etc., regular prospectors out- fit, took to the hills Saturday morn- ing, on riches bent. If something isn't found, worth finding, then it's because they WO stumble stumble on it. They are well versed in and it is very prebable that they w 11 soon materialize somethieg iii the way of a bonanza. CETTMIG ON THE RICHT MACK. Down the Boulder valley, at lease a railway is to be built whore by right the main line of the Nortbean Pacific should have run on its way to the Pacific coast. Only the persuasive influence of Helena people and the soft, yielding nature of the engineer in charge were the requisites in di- - verting the road by Heleica and bor- ing the Mullen tunnel, at an increas- ed expense of enillions, which could have been an en.ire surface route up the Boulder river, via. Butte, thence down the Deer Lodge river to Garri- son, to continue on the present ceurse of the Northern Pacific line. It is probable yet, with the decreased ex- pense of operating a line by this route, that the Northern Pacific will send her freight, if not her through passengers, by this contemplated line, leaving Helena in her difficult posi- tion and surroundings much in the sanie . condition that Santa Fe, New Mexico, occupies on the line of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail- way. Natural advantages are bound to be is the end regarded, particu- larly' in the Iniilding of railways; so that any mistakes of previous engi- neers are sure to be rectified when it is discovered that such correction will be a great savilig. iii operating ex -- penees. • PLACER PICKINGS. Another Letter From Cur Friend G. L.—Social and Otherwise. warn, feeders of tle• river. To this . complexion it will come in time, un- less the la wsef nature and trade, rig- orously uphe h entre commeree coin- meeced, are in motile way nullified. Fort Ben ton's position at. the head of navigation on the Missouri river, in the center of a -section of varied and wonderful resources and far remote from the eastern marts; in a section where CHEAP TRANSPORTATION is a ropsidera tic n of the highest poeeible importance—is one that guarantees commereial greatness. The same in- fluences that built up St. Paul and Duluth will build up Fort Benton. There will be hare the sane attree- . tions for railroads, the same growth of transportion, the same prosperity and development. St. Paul owes her commercial sepremaey in the north- west to her pceition at the head of navigation on the Mississippi river, and the very same consideration arid influence will work out et like result in the case of Fort Benton. The uni- ted and earnest action taken by our citizens to advance the welfare of the town will hasten the result, though it would follow in proper time if there were not a soul in or within a hun- dred miles of this valley. Nature has ordained it mind her mandates must be obeyed.\ PLACER, MONT., April 25. To the Editor of the Sentinel. We regret not having time to send our friends in Boulder an invitation to the dance which came off on the 15th inst. It was a grand success, the receipts amounting to $80 which goes to the school fund of this dis- trict for the purchase of desks and seats. Quite. a number of parsons came from Townsend, aprong them our old friends and neighbors, Jacob Schaaf, wife and fancily. Also Van H. Fisk, wife and family. We were very glad to sec them, and hope they will come to our next.. Van has an eye to business as well us pleasure. We noticed about ten new subscrib- ers, for his paper come to this office the next issue after the dance. Per- haps the editor ()Ville SENTINEL would do well to ceome to Placer to our next dance and bring his best girl with him. Come by all means; we will make you welcome. We had the pleasore of seeing our old friend R. W. Jeffries, of Boulder, last week. 'We hope to see hiin - with us oftener. J. A. Gogarty, who has been iii charge of the section house at this place the past year, leaves for Bill- ings to -morrow morning. We are sairry to lose him and his estimable wife; also Miss Susie McElroy, Mrs Giogarty's sister. Placer loses two excellent ladies.w i ho are held iii high eateem by all - who are acquainted With them. May our beet wishes ac- company. them. Pat MeStraick and sister arrived here from Magpie, a station about forty miles east of here, Saturday rimming to take charge of sectioe house. Pat is a rustler and a good railroad man. H. Ingalls, our obliging telegraph operator, has been appointed depot master, freight agent, ticket agent an 1 express agent. Ile also takes very well with the young ladies of this place. We would advise the boys to keep an eye open on their girls at the brick house. Henry is a masher, and don't you forget it. Placer is booming at present. Town lots are selling rapidly at good fig- ures, and the knowing ones are pre- dicting that it will only be a few Years before Placer will be one of the ,princIpal stations along the line of Northern Pacific. We have all the shipping facilities that could be de- sired, and it dues look as if we are doomed to become a great metropo- lis ere long, with all the horrors at- tending a great city. Plecer talks of raising a militia company, to be knoen as the Placer Guards. The boys are already put- ting on a very martial appearance. Next e e_brass band, and then we'will be fixed. Our school commenced last Moe - day, with W.O. Hutchinson as teach- er. The tie a ees did well to secure his services, 'as he is an excellent teacher. We wish him success With his pupils. J. A. Keating is going to start for Keatingviile with a crew of men. this week to start up . his famous mine. We hope he will meet with good ro- sults. John is an enterprising map - and does not let the grass grow -un- der his feet. A Natural Position. Under the above caption we repro- duce the following article from the Fort Benton Liver Press, to show that crumbs of ccnifort are daily floating the lympie waters of the Great Muddy at that place. Here it is: \There is cii longer the slightest doubt. and there never wns in the opinion of ninny people, leer - tiding the Hirer Press, but Fort Benton will soon enter an era of the greatest pros- perity,,the dawn of which is now at hand. The corning or the M initoba railroad hastens this happy period, but the elimax will not he teached until Many other railrordri make this their terinitii and the commerce of our great waterwsy assumes grand raropertione, the raifroonk being, RR it • NOW A GOOD \INJIN.\ One of the Murderers of Caldwell Run Down by Sheriff Black. F'rom a Sun River special to the River Press we learn that Sheriff W. H Black has returned from tracing the murderers of Caldwell, which he succeeded in doing, as far as circum- stantial evidence goes. The same night (March 28th) that Caldwell stopped at Bevens' place a Piegan Indian named Two Fox, belonging to the Blackfoot agency, also stopped there. The Indian left before Cald- well. His pony tracks were easily followed and led to the very spot where Caldwell was murdered. Four or five other pony tracks with one shod horse track were found to have joined Two Fox's trail, also leading to the scene of murder. Caldwell was found to have been shot through the back, the ball passing through the heart. From the scene of the murder the tracks of the murderers again diverged, Two Fox going to- wards the Teem, to a place where he had formerly lived, and the trail of the others, with a second shod horse, taken from Caldwell, made directly for the British line. The first shod horse is supposed to have been the on stolen frfo0 Dare & Kennedy out the night previous to the murder. Sheriff . Bluck trailed Two rex to the Blackfoot agency, which he reached on the 9th inst. Major Baldwin, the agent, wrs informed of the circum- stances and imined;a tidy sent for Two Fox tocome to his office. Instead of doing so the Indian mounted his horse and left. Major Baldwin sent his Indian police to apprehend hint, and catching Iii) to hint Two Ftix said he would not hCtaken alive, and plac- in g Iii&gen to It breast,_ shot and wortally wounded hinitelf, falling from his horse and dying in a short time, inekinga no confession or state- ment about the matter. The other two Indians were without doubt Bloods from across the line. Who M'Connell Is. A Washington special to the Salt Lake Tribune says of McConnell's appointment to the Chief Justiceship of Mont ins: Newton Whitehead McConnell, of Tenneasee. who has been appointed chief justice of the Supreme Court of montane in place of Decius S. Wade, resigned, is a residentof Hart- yille, Tennessee, and is about fifty .- ..live years of age. He was a candi- date for the chief justieeship of mon- tane and wes endorsed by time entire delegation of Congress from Tennes- see. montana people were anxious that a montana man should succeed Wade, who was himself appointed from the Territory. Can't ktpress Opinions. Menison,Wis., April 19.—General Orders No. 12: Posts of the Grand Army of the Republic are requested not to comply with any request for their opinions as a post on any subject, unless such action shall have the approval of the national and de- partment headquarters. Further or- ders on this subieet will iexm be is- sued. .By command of Lucius FAIRCHILD, Corn matider-in-Chief. IN MEMORIAM. [From the Song of Omer.] Yon rising moon that looks for its again— how oft hereafter will she wax and Warn - ; How oft hereafter rising look for us Through this same garden—and for one in vain! And when like her, oh Saki, you shall pass ' Among the .Guests Starecattered on the • Gras.e., And in your blissful errand reach the spot Where I made One—turn down an empty Glass! --- Important to Stockowners.. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD CO., yricE GENERAL CLAIM AGENT, ST. PAUL, MINN., April 11th, 1887. To the Recorder of Jefferson Comity Boulder Valley, M. T. Deee Suit :---With a desire to conform to the recent enactment of the Leeislative Assembly of Memona, relative te the pay - meat for stock killed or injerel through the ectual negligence of iniilreed Wee, we beg to inform you, that, in cola pliance with Section 1 of the Act mo dolled, a record of all stock kill«I or in- jured km Jefferson County will 1* kept at Wicket) , Station, fcr the inspection of those whom It may concern. Respectfully yoe D. K. Ponn. Ceneral Cleltn Agent. ALHAMBRA ITEMS. • ALHAMBRA, April 28, 188'7. Special to the Sentinel, Mrs. C. B. Hynes, of Helene, came out Monday to pay a visit to her son, who has been quite ill, in charge of Miss Collins, but glad to note he has greatly improved. Mrs. Redding, the hostess of the Springs and Mrs. Ham, made a flying trip to Helena on Wednesday, the latter to meet her husband, on his re- turn form Great Falls, where be went OD business a week ago. Garde. White. the affable night clerk of the Cesmopolitau Hotel, made a pleasant visit the other day. He returned on the evening train in time to call front, at his post. Garcie used to be a regular visitor, but of la:e he has rather neglected us. Why is it thusly? Sorely she won't rare. Messrs. Turner aud Danforth, two young gentlemen from Wickes, or priecipaily front the Minah mule, stopped off a few days on their reture from Helena, whither they went for recreation, and to renew old acquaint- ances and have a little time. Brenuan at Coffey have taken the contract to finish the Montana Cen- tral railroad, with all their timber to be used on their line of cohstruction from Helena to Wiekes, also for their homes they are now putting up at the big tunnel this side of the range. The wood flume which we referred to last week is at the present ont;ta k an assured success. John Stedman, of Helena, who is credited with being one of the principal movers in the work in conjunction with Mr. Glass, were out looking over thp grouud this week, and were well satisfied with their observations. Should nothing occur to obstruct their plans dirt will be flying on the work by the -first of next week, which will undoubtedly give the Springs quite a boom. Mr. Briscoe, the rustling mining man of this section has put men to work on a newly acquired piece of property below here, which is show- ing up in great shape, and we pre- dict that ere long it will surpass the famous Legal Tender of old, which by the way is only a short distance front the present mine. We saw a very narrow escape the other day of a young lady, who, took it into her head to try and cross the track here, before the train when it was close upon her, she got over safely but it was a close shave. It is strange, but nevertheless true, that some people are always under the impression that they can get there quicker than the iron horse, which they will find out they can't do to their sorrow, when too late. So be- ware of the ears. In a few days the Sprine-s can boast of a telephone, which - will be a great convenience to the numerous guests and the public in general, so they can at last congratulate them- selves, on a long felt want being welt supplied. 'Why do not some of our enterprn ing people in this section agitate the question of establishing a school - in this section? It is certainly n a great necessity tind a matter that ought to be looked after at once. Waverley Magazine. \Re Maketh a Cu I \nit Send one dollar and receive a budget of sparkling miecellany that will drive away the blues for a month. Sixteen num- bers of that old household favorite. Tile WAVERLEY MAGAZINE, iOr one dollar only. Single copies 10 cents. RATER OF SUBSCRIPTION.—Ono Copy, poet paid, 12 months, 84 00. Six months. 22.00. Three months, 21.00. Always in advance. Address Weyer:Lee Meeetzene, Lox k Box 172, Boston. Mass. Newniealers supplied by the American News Company, 41 Chambers St. New York.; or, New England News Company, 14 Frankliii St., Boston, Mass. — • Coiosuutption Cured. An old phyeician, retLed from active practice having had placed in his halide by an East India Missionary the formula of a einaple vegetable remedy for the speedy -and permanent cure of Consump- tion, bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung affections, after having thoroughly tested its wonderful curative powers in thou. -ands of cases, feels it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. The recipe sent FREE, to all who may desire it, with full desc,riptions for prepairing and using. Address. naming this paper, Dit. M. .E. CABs, 201 Grand St, 4 ersey City, N. J. Taken Up. One iron gray horse, 8 years old, weighs about 1,000 lbs., arid bears an arrow brand on left thigh. Own- er cm have the same by proving prop- erty and paying charges. Inquire of Jolt Fesece ER, at Frank Hoopes' ranch on Lower Boulder, — [4-347.] Notice for Final Proof. LAND OFFICE at Helena, Montana, e April 27, 1n97. Notice -is hereby given that the follow- ing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make nual proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before J. C. Kerley, Probate Judge, Jerson county, Montana. at Boulder, M. T., on June 11, 1887, viz: William H. Dulaney, who made home- st.ad application No. 1429 for the south- east !,i,seetion 22, township 5 north, range 3 west. He names' the follownig witnesses to prove lins.continiuoue residence upon, and cultivation of, 'said land, viz: Thomas A. Holt, James H'61t, Adam L. Dulaney and William G. Davis, all of Boulder \ alley Postoffice, Montana. S. W. LANGIIMINE. Register. $200,000 IsN3.,TR:::' 5 Ceint ( i iI pI VE: g A e W a A n Y ci by mail you will get runc a package of goods of large value, that will start you in work that will at once bring you in money faster than anything else in America. AM about the a2deene in presents with eaoh box. Agents wanted everywhere, of either sex, of all ages, for all time, or spare time only, to work for us at their own homes. Foieunes for all workers absolutely es - mired. Don't deley. tr. HALLETT & CO., Pert le reel, %f i few First publication April 29, 1887. Mining Application No. 1829. U.S. Land Office Helena, Mont., e April 25, 1887. 5 Notice Is hereby given that Emmit Con- solidated Mining Company, by Housand M. Cooper, its president, whose postotfice kddrese is Helena, M. T., has this day tiled its application fur a patnnt tor tiiteen hundred linear feet of tlie Sheridan Lode mine er veimbearing silver, etc., with sur- face ground six hundred feet in width, situated in Boulder, unorganized, mining district, county of Jefferson and territory of Montana, and designated by the field notes and ottheal plat on tile in this office as lot nuul bee 8V, in township 7 it, range 4 w, of procipal base line and meridian of Montana territory, said lot No. 89 being as fonowe, to -wit: Beginning at cur. Ne. I, from which the quarter section corner between sections 27 and 28, t r 4 ev, bears ri 30' 36' w, 478:7 teet; thence a 2' 50' w 600 feet; thence 615° 15\ e 1500 feet; thence n IS° 50 ' e 600 feet; thence n 75' 15' w 1500 feet to place of beginuing. Magnetic variation 20° 30 to 22 0 e, con- taining 20.22 ecres. The location of this mule is recorded in the office of the county recorder of Jeffer- son county, in book tint Lode*. The ad- joining el:lima:its are on the nortie O'Con- ueii, lot 88, and Erman, lot 85; and on the t sea by Mandan, iu VO, and on the west Ly O'Connell Lode, lot 88. AL,' and all persons claiming adversel ymine versely any portion of said Sheridan or sui face ground are required to file their adverse CALMS with the Register of the United States Land office at Helena, in the territory of Montana, during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. JNO. W. EDDY, Att'y for Applicant. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing Notice of Application for Patent be pub- lished for the period of 60 days (ten con- secutive weeks), in. the Jefferson County Sentinel, a weekly newspaper published at Boulder, Montana. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. First publication April 29, 1887. Mining Application No. 1830. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Mont., April 25, 1887. Notice is hereby given that Emmit Con- solidated Mining Company, by Ilousand M. Cooper, its president, whose postoffice address is Helena, M. T., has this day filed its application for a patent for fifteen hun- dred linear feet of the Vivian Lode mine or vein, bearing silver, etc., with surface ground six hundred feet in width, situated in Boulder, unorganized, mining district, county of Jefferson and territory of Mon- tana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on tile in this office as lot sum her 87, in township 7 n, range 4 w, of prin- cipal baseline and meridian of Montana territory, said lot No. 87 being as follows, to -n it: Beginning at Con No 1, from which the quarter section corner between sections 27 and 29,4 7 11, r 4 w, bears n 50 0 05' w Z.80.7 feet; thence s 75° 15' c 1500 feet; thence n 2° 50' e 600 feet; thence n 75° 15' w 1500 feet; thence- s 20 50' w600 feet to place ef beginning. Magnetic variation 20' 80' to 22° 30' e, cci taming 20.22 acres. 'I he location of this mine is recorded in the office o. the county recorder of .Jeffer- son county, in book 0 of Lodee. The ad. joining claimants are Miranda lode, lot 88, on the north; Mandan lode, lot 90 on the east, and the O'Cenuell and Emmit lodes, lots 88 and 85 eu the south. Any and a 1 per.ons claiming adversely any portion of said Vivian Lode mine or 'surface ground are required to file their adverse claims oith the Register of the Uelted States Land Office at Heleua, in tne territory of Montana, during the sixty nays' period of publication hereof, or the . will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. Jno. W. EDDY, Att'y for Applicant. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing Notice of Application for Patent be pub- lished for the pet iod of 60 days (ten con- secutive weeks), in the Jefferson County Sentinel, a weekly newspaper published at Boulder, Montane. S. W. LANOnowar. Recliner. [4-347.] • Notice fur Final Proof. • LAND OFFICE at Helena, Montana. e April 27, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the follow- ing named settler has tiled notice of hi, inteirtioin to make find proof in suppon of his claim, and that said proof will be made before J. C Kerley. Probate Judge, Jegerson county, Moutanti, at Boulder, on Jahn 11, 1887, viz: Adam L. Dulaney, who made homestead application No. 1422 for the southweet tn, section 22, township 5 north, range 3 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, viz: Thomas A. Holt, Jamea Holt, William H. Dulaney and Ni illiam (4. Davis, all of Boulder Valley Postoffice. Montana. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. N011ee of Final Proof. LAND OrricE at Helena, Montana. April 7th. 188'7. Notice Is hereby given that the follow- ing -named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his clairn, and that said proof will be made before J. C. Kerley, Probate Judge of Jefferson County, Sfontana Territory, at Boulder, M. T., on May 21, 1887e viz: William Ryan, who made Honiesteed Ap- plication No. 1734 for the N W M of IC W and E gnel, - 24 - W An and 14 E .14 of SW M of Sectioe 34, Township 6, North of Range 3 West. He uames the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz: Edward Ryan. of Boulder, M. T., and Michael Quinn, Patrick Wickham and Richard J. Swarbrick . , of Weber, P. 0. Montana. S. W. LANGRoavue, Register. SUMMONS. . Iii the Probate Court in and for the cotta- ty of Jefferson, Territory of Montan& Dominick Freyler on Son, plaintiffs, vs. George D. Green, defendant. The people of Moatana vend greetine to GtO. D. green, the above named defen- dant, You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above nemed plaintiffs in the Probate Court in and for the county of Jefferson, Territoi y of Montana, and to answer the complaint filecIntherein within ten days—exclusive ot the day of service—after the service on you of this summons, or judismeut by de fault will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover the sum of one hundred and sixty-two dolitia. and seventy cents due upon a certain pro:n- inny note drawn by said defendant end in favor of said plaiutiffa on the 19th day of November, 1886, payanele sixty days after date end bearing Int, rest at the rate of two per cent. per • Amid you are hereby unti ed, that if you finl to appear and answer Enid complaint as Itbeve required, the said plaiutine will take judgment by default against you for t c he o , ts sti o i df suit nodf I u $ t flistre2s:rfrotwogeihthiserdante-ft4ht rate of 2 per cent per mouth. Given under may hand and seal of the Probate Court, in au d for the county of Jefferson. Territory of Sionnine, this 26th ( - 1- - of Mar -I', in t&e year of our Lord one tno:eand ei n eut hundred and eighty-seven. J n . C. KERLEY, ex-otliclo clerite \A. P. enwen. Pleintiffn Atty. r ALL THOS. F. MURRAY'S —STOCK OF -- General Merchandise! • Is Complete in all its Departments. DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHO WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, Miners' - Supplies, • - Powder, -- Steel, GENTS' FURNISIIING GOODS, Best Bargains to be had in Boulder. The Windsor House. KEENE & TROTTER, Prop's. BOULDER, Non,. rirEverything First-Class.f, BOARD PER WEEK, ST MO it t ‘ DAY, .. , 2.04 GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL FRANK FARNHAM, Proprietor, Newly Built, Newly Furnished Throughout and Centrally Located. THE LEADING HOTEL IN BOULDER. The Tables are Supplied with the Best in the Market. BOARD AND LODGING $7.00 BOARD PER DAY 1.5* Rtag-ea From All Points; stop at This FroteL The Merchants Hotel. HELENA, Mont. Three doors above P. 0. The Neatest and Most Pleasantly Located Hotel in the City. Newly Fitted and Newly Furnished throughout. Ladienrand & Gents' Baths, Barber sLarViE ROOMS with special ac- commodations and Billiard hall, with all modern improvements. for Commercial Travelers, 'Bus to all trains. THOS. O'BRIEN & SON, Proprietors. FR),-XK S. LANG, lEfeenet. Mont. Ileadquart's for STOVES, RA.NGES, CROCKERY, GLASS-V7atRE, TIN WARE, and HOUSEFURNISIIIIT3 3oods of all descriptions. Cornice Work and Tin Roofing. All kinds of Job Work a Specialty. First publication April 29, 1837. Mining Application No. 1827. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Moat., April 25, 1587. Notice is hereby given thet Lininit C. n- aoltuateu Annu l ; Compauy, by Housand l'ouper, its president, whose po•totlice addr••• us Helena, M. T., has this day filed Its application for a patent for one thous - end iin•ar feet of the Eunnit Lode mine or vein, bearing silver, etc., with surface ground two uunured feet in width, situated iU tsouluer, unorgenized, mining dietrict, county of J ettereou and territory of .Mon - taus, and designated by the field notes and vincial plat on tile in this office as lot &um- ber 85 in towuenip 7 n, range 4 w, ot pria- cipso ease line and meridian of Montana territory, said lot No. 86 being as follows, to -wit: Beginning at con No. 1, from which the quarter section cor. between sec's 27 and en, 7 n, r 4w, bears u 65 0 16' w 811.6 eeet ; thence a 2' bO w 200 teet; thence 75 0 15 e 1,0e0 ft -et; thence n 20 50' e z00 tact; theuce n 75' 15' w 1000 feet to place tit begiuning, containing an area of 4.4i h a e l cre o. 6 c ation of this mine is recorded in the office of the county recorder of Jeffer- son county, in book 0 oh Lodes. The ad- joining claimant.' are Vivian lode, lot 87 un inc north; the Mandan lode, lot 90, on the east; the Oheridan lode, lot 89, on the south, laid the O'Connell lode, lot 88 on west. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Emmit Lode mine or surface ground are required to tile their adverse caiinis with tne Register of the enited States Land Office at Helena, in the territory of Montana, during the sixty claeal perio i of public:dam hereof, or they will be earred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. GEO. W. EDDY, Att'y tor Applicant. It is hereby ordered that the foregoing Notiee of Application tor Patent be pub- lished tor the period of 60 days (ten eon. secutive weeks), in the Jefferson County Sentinel, a weekly newspaper published at Boulder, 3 5 1 . ( W int . a u isa ff . ozionns, Register. Notice of Final Entry. Land Office t Helena, Montans, March 28, 1887. Notice is hereby given that tee follow ing named settler ha filed notice of his intention to wake final proof in eupport of his claim, and that nen' proof will be made before J. C. Kerley, Probate Judge Jeffer• son county, at Boulder, Montana, on May 1. 1557, viz: Edgar I. Fletcher, who made pre-emption declaratory statement No. 45,50, tor the S% SW,' and NWMSWM seen'28,tp. 4 N. range 4w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Walter D. Northrup. Joel M. D. Tayior, of Boulder, Mont.; Alonzo A. Marsh, Henry J. Marsh, of Whitehall. S. V. LANGHORNE, Reer. TAKEN UP. Came to my place about 18 months ago, one pale red and spotted or man steer, 5 or 6 years old, branded on left thigh with something like an N. Owner can have same by paying charges and proving property., Wm..FLA H KETT. Cold Spring's. areh 12, 1104'7. The Palace. Pine Wines, Liquors' and Myers Imported Wines and Brandies a Specialty 13 I MAL, IA. ROD IAII. FRANK FARNHAM, Prep. First publication April 29, 1837. Mining Application No. 1828. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Moat., April 25, 1887. Notice is hereby riven that Emmit Cos- solidated Mining Company, by Housand M. Cooper, its president, wiamte ptistoffle• address is Helena, M. T., has this day flied its application for a patent for fifteen hun- dred linear feet of the O'Connell Lode mine or vein, bearing silver, etc., with sur- face ground six hundred feet in width, situuted in Boulder, unorganized, mining district, county bf Jefferson and territory of Montana, and designated by the field notes and official pint on file In this office as lot number 88 in tcrwasnip 7 a range 4 w of principal base line and meridian of Montana Territory, and lot No. $8, being as follows, to wit: Beginning at cor. No. 1 from *hicks the quarter section corner between sections 27 and 25, t 7 n, r 4 w, bears 78°27' w 2711 feet; thence n 75 0 15' w 1000feet; thence 2° 50' w 600 feet; thence a 75, IS • 1000 feet; thence n 20 50' e 266 feet; thence a 75° 15' e 500 feet; thence at° 50', e200 feet; thence n 75 0 15' w 500 feet; thence n 2° 50' e 135 feet to place of beginning. Magnetic variation 19 0 to 92` e, contain- ing 15.72 acres. The location of this mine is recorded In the recorder's office of Jefferson comity, in book 0 of Lodes. The adjoining claimants are the Vivian lode, lot 87; the Emmit lode, lot 86, and Sheridan lode, lot 841, on the east. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said O'Connell IA - de mine or surface ge °and are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at Helena, la the territory of Montana, during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provision of the Statute. S. W. LaXGRORNE, Register. JNO, W. EDDY, Att'v for Appliautt It ie hereby ordered that the foregoing Notice of Application tor Patent be pub- lished for the period of of 60 days (ton consecutive weeks), in the Jefferson Coun- ty Sentinel, a weekly newspaper published at Boulder. Montana. LAa S.W eigorr, Register. Order to Show Cause Way Order el Sale of Real Estate Should act be Made. In the Probate Court of the County of Jefferson, Territory of Montana. In the e ma d tt ec e e r as e et of the estate of Eli 1161- A. L. Kellogg, the administrator et eke estate of Eli Holbrook, deceased, having tited hiepetition herein praying for an or- der of sale of all the real estate and per sonal property of said decedent, for the purposes therein set forth, It la therefor* ordered by the Probate Judge of said Court, that all persona interested in the estate of said deceased appear before the said Probate Court on Friday, the 29th day of April 1887, at 10 o'clock in the fore- noon of said day, at the court room of said Probate Court, at the court house is said county of Jefferson to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said ad- ministrator to sell all of the real fetes and personal property of the said deceased. And that a copy of this order be pub- lished at tenet four successive wec hi in the Jefferson County Sentinel, a re wpapec printed and publiebed in euii Jefferson county and Territory of Montane. Ms • C E 1 t cc L r, , , Probate. Judge I\ed