Jefferson County Sentinel (Boulder, Mont.) 1885-1899, May 27, 1887, Image 2
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• m - ! e • • '.,•• - ye-es i Meseesem...S.s...7..esseSe.- - ..seeeessaaeitSs.'s •t: • ••• Jetteron County Sentinel. OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY i Entered at the Postottiee in Wielder City, Montana, as second-class mail matter. Issued Every Friday 12 M., sharp. S. A. ROBERTSON, PVuustiEtt, Boulder City, Montana. Seascerwriosi, per year, in advance, $3.00 8ix MONTHS, $1.50-- -THREE MONTHS, fl BOULDER SAMPLING WORKS. -- Report of the Committee on Cost of the Same— A Proposition of Mr. Boyle to Erect Works. The meeting to organize it com- pany to 'construct sampling works, met in the probate judge's office in the court h use last Wednesday, and was called to order by Judge Kerrey, who was .elected chairman on Mr. Cu rri Ws motion, and Dr. E. I. Fletcher secretary. Mr. C. F. Boyle was called upon to make some statements in re- gard to the erection of works, and he said he would erect works if guar- anteed 25 tons of ore a day, and would charge *5 a ton for sampling. Mr. Currin, of the committee on machin- ery and buildifig, made report on extra cost for a larger plant than was reported On at the last meeting, as fellows: REPORT OF COMMITTEE. Voor committee appointed to esti- mate aii4Tieviee cost of sampling svot4i,s at this place submit the follow- ing, viz.: BUILDINo. The erection of a frame building, 20x40 ft -and 10 ft. higb, cost com- plete, $400. Engine room annexed to end, 1440, also two effices an- nexed to end, 12x20, cost of both, $2' ) 2. POwER. Power to be produced by a 25 - horse power boiler meta 20 -horse en- • gine, cost of both, *1000. Fre ght on same, $264. CRFSHERS, ETC. A crusher, Blake. pattern, 50 ton capacity, size, 15x9, cost, *600. Freight on same, $264. One small - grinder for grinding samples, cost, 635. One small Crusher for crushing samples fine enotigh for sample grinder, 4530. Setting up machinery, $150. sr ALES. One 40 -ten platferin wagon scale, 460. One 8 -tors platform scale, $40. Freight on sundries, $20. OFFICE FIXTtREs, Cona:sting of a good 'desk, sample Aesk . bocks, etc.. etc., cost, 450. Buckboard and muller for pulver- izing ores, $15. One acre of laii,d,6130. • Approximated total, cost, $3,300. He would also reccommend the is- suance of 50,0(X) shares of non -assess- able stock, par value $1. per share; and placing 20,000 shares of same on the market at 20 eta. per share, which would realize $4,000. cash, leaving a margin of $700. for contin- gent expense. Respectfully submitted, - W. H. CURRIN, CHAS. E. STEVENs, N. TENEYcE. The committee on organization re- quested one week further in which to report ' , It was moved to adjourn tin ; til 2 p. ne, June 1st. Carried. E. L FLETCHER, Seel*. AN ACT Requiring the Publication of Ger- ttein Matters. Be it enacted by the Legislative As- sembly of the Territory of Mont: SkeTtoN 1. It shall be the duty of the county treasurer of each county in the territory to make out and pre- sent to the board of county commis- sioners of the respective ounties, on the . first day of the regular sessions of said tboards in March, June, Sep- tember and 'December, a detailed statement of the licenses issued by the said treasurers during the quar- ter preceding such report,wh lett state- ment shall show the names of tie - parties to whom licenses have beee granted, the bueiness or occupation intended to be carried on and f o i which the same was issued, and the amount. paid by este') person, associa- tion, copartnership cr corporation therefor; said statement shall also show in detail from personal knowl- edge, and from the records of is of- fice, the names of parties doing busi- ness without a license, the nature of said business and the place whert conducted. T me commissioners shah also add to said list for publication the names of such other persons as they may knoff are don' t - business in the county without a license; and if at the next regular meeting . the treasurer has not collected such li- censes or proceeded so to do as pro- vided by law or given good reasons why the same have not been collect- ed the commissionersshall deduct the amount of such licenses from the sal- ary of said treasurer. ESECTION 2. It shall be the duty of the board of county commissioners of each county in the territory, Upon the presentation to them of the treas- urer's report mentioned in the pre- ceding section, to order the same or a synopsis thereof published one time in the newspaper which has contract- 'ed. to do the legal advertising of said county; provided, that the price paid for such'printing and publishing shall not emoted ten cents for each licente so publishzd, and provided further, that preference shall be given to one of the papers at the county seat, in the publication of the matter men- tioned in this section. Section 3. It shall be the duty of the county clerk of each county iii the territory within five days . efter the adjournment of any meeting of the board of county commissioners, to furnish to the newspaper doing the legal advertising in that county, a synopsis of the proceedings 4f the meeting of the board, together with a list of bills allowed and warrant? ordered drawn therefor ay that meet- ing, said list to contain the name of I the person in whose favor . said bill is allowed, the nature of the 'services or the materials for . which -such bill is allowed and the amount thereof, which synopsis and list of bills shall be published ire said newspaper one time. Provided, that price paid for such publishing shall not . exceed . one cent per word for the synopsis and seven cents for each -bill so publish- ed; and provided further that prefer- ence shall be given to one of the fa- pers published at the county seat in the publication' of the matter men- tionedle this section. m Section 4. It shall be the duty of the county clerk of etach county in the territory to make out and present to the county coninsissioners of their respective counties at the regular #pring term in each year a full sad complete statement of the financial condition of their respective coun- ties for the fiscal year preceding March 1st, which statement shall show: First, T,he -amount of moneys, if Sparks From Comet. COMET, May 24, 1887. Spring has come at last, and this mountain camp is clothed with ver- dure which is very refreshing and pleasant to behold. , Mr. Benjamin has disposed of his butcher stand to his Nivel in trade, /41r. Lydick, who will . cater to the wants of the entire community, Am- azon included, in the future. Some strangers in town adorned a few, small buildings with a crimson hue the other evening and received a \jaw\ chastisement from an indig- nant community the next morning. Even this small village is not ex- empt from the ever moving traveling man and it is a common sikht to See one of these nbiquitous individuals, on the street now-a-da , ..s. Joe, \the loquacious,\ returned to. camp last Friday, after a fruitless• _search for Mr. s humby's horses, and entertained the boys with a number of fresh yarns. James. Nikita, for along time ex- aminer in the shaft hruse, has left is to seek his fortune in the Geur de Alenes. He has the best wishes of all. There is a ruiner afloat theta \grand squirrel\ company has been organ- ized, with Sam Mackey as president, and James Mortimer, piesieent, un- der the title of \The Great Montana Gopher (7o. (limited),\ to \corner the market on those festive rodents; we wish them success. Mike Sullivan returned from Hel- ena Sundity, and is at his old post again. Prof, Knoly has purchased a very fize horse. The shades of night are gathering around me,•and my thoughts seem hampered, so I will close, hoping to send more news next time. JONES. Lime. At Swarimrick's Lime Kiln, on Elkhorn Creek. t4 cents per Imn-h , m1 any, on hand, as shoal by the state- ment of the previous year. Second, The amount of moneys re- 'ceived by the treasurer for 'taxes up- on real and personal property. Third, The amount of _moneys re- ceived by him for fines, penalties and 'forfeitures. Fourth, The amount of moneys re- ceived by him for licenses, ' Fifth, The amount of moneys re- ceived from all other sources. Sixth, Satd statement shall also :.how the amount of moneys paid out during the last year from the differ- ent funds of the counties. The totals of the several amounts -of moneys paid out shall be deducted from the sums of moneys on hand at the be- gil mg of the previous year, and mon- eys received during said year by the comity treasurer, and a balance shall 'be struck. Seventh, Said statement shall also show the assessed valuation of roal and personal property for that year, the rate of taxation, the assessed val- uation of real and personal property .on which taxes have not been paid, the total delinquent taxes for that year and for.each preceding years. Section 5. The facts thus ascer- tained and the statements thus made out, shall e made out in duplicate, one copy of which shall be filed in the office of the county treasurer and no copy sent to the territorial audi- tor. Said statemetieshall also be re- conled in full in he journal of the proceedint,ee of the board of county commissioners, and shall be publish- ed for one Week in the newspaper which has contracte'd to do thempublic prinNsg - in said county, said publish- ing to be doe° at nOt to exceed con- tract rates. Section G. If there is no paper pub- lished in the county, or if the papers published therein refuse for any rea- son io publish the statements and lists provided for in preceding . sec- tions of this act. the board of county commissioners may in its diat-retimi, have said 'statements and lists pub- lished in some paper in an adjoining county, at rates mint exceeding- the rots s specified in tin. preceding sec- tions, or may direct time county clerk tem prepsre nnd post copies of such statements and t in threci pul,ii,• places in the county. Section 7. That it is herel.y nm mile the duty of the county s• ers mif the severs! ccunti— mm it, ter- ritory of Montena 'to ('I ii my ith some newspaper of general cir ela- tion published within the county, to do and perform all the printing for which the said counties may 1 . - chargeable, including all legal am. vertising reptired by law to be . mwde; blanks, blank books and official pub- licatim • . not exceeding the fidlow- inmg pr For every folio of one hundred e e- or fraction thereof, not exceeding one dollar and fifty cents, shall be paid for the first in- sertion thereof, and fifty cents per :oho of one hundred words for each subsequent itisertion required by law to be made, and three figures os free - lion thereof shall count as one word. For rule and 'figure work not exceed- ing two dollars per folio of one hun- dred words of fraction flwreof, and fifty cents per folio of one hundred words for each subsequent imert:on thereof required by law to be made. Printed blanks requiredlay law to be printed fir the eeveral counties, shall be furnished at the following rates: For blanks cut from flatcap paper, measuring fourteen by seventeen inches in size, and weighing not less than sixteen pounds to the ream as follows: For eighth sheets, printed m on one side, $3.00 for . the first hun- dred copies and thirty cents for each subsequent hundred copies, and twen- ty cents tdditional per hundred if bound. For eighth sheets printed on both side, $4.5J for the first hundred copies and fifty cents for each subse- quent hundred copies. For quarter sheets printed on one side, $4.00 for ihe first hundred copies and thirty - Eve cents additional per hundred if bound. For quarter sheets printed on both sides, $6.00 for the first hun- dred copies and sixty cents for each subsequent hundred copies. For half sheets printed on one side. 67.50 for the first hundred copies and seventy cents for each subsequent hundred copies, and fifty cents for each addi- tional hundred if bound. For half, sheets printed on both sides, $12.00 For the first hundred copies and eighty cents for each subsequent hundred copies. For whole sheets prieted on one side, $11 for the first humlred 'copies, ond. $1 for each subsequent hundred copies, and Og . cents addi- tional per hundred if Tomei. For whole sheets printed on both sides, $18 for -the first hundred copies and $1.25 for each subsequent hundred copies. When any number of blanks enumerated in the above schedule ex- ceeding one thousand Elia!' be order- ed, the ptice shall be pro-rata of the average price of the first thousand; comity warrants Nyith stubs printed on bond Raper, twegty-five dollars per thousand; road tax receipt, spe- 2ial poor tax receipts or other blanks that ate required to be numbered and perforated,three dollars per thousand extra; for blank books: Mediuni, 13:18 hiches, *3.00 per quire. • Double cap, 14x17 inches, $3 per quire. Demy, 10x16 inches, 62.50 per quire. , Cap, 83E14 inches, $2 per quire. The above prices ale for books of six quires, eighty pages. to the quire; for books cf less than six quires not more than 13 percent shall be added to the above prices; books with print- ed headings, -$1.50 per quire ad(fition- each and every form; 15 per addition forfor books less than six quires. /CI other blanks, books or printing not ,herein provided for, shall be furnished and paid for at not to exceed the mates herein provided for similar blanks -or printing. Section S. Aey county commission- er, county clerk or county treasurer who shall neglect or fail to comply with the provisions of this act with- out just cause, shall upon conviction he fined not les than one hundred dollars nor inure than five bemired dollars, and such conviction shall work ferfeiur,! of office. Section 0, Sections numbered 363, 374 and 375 of the Fifth Division of the Hey isea Statutes of Montana and all other acts or parts of acts . in con- flict with the provisinns of this act be and the same are hereby repealed. Section 10. This act shall take ef- fect from and after its passage. Approved March 10, 1887. NELLIE GRANT MINING COMPANY OF HELENA: Location of Works, fled Mountain, Jefferson County, Montana. NOTtcE. There is delinquent upon the following described stock account nf assessment levied on the 21st day of March, 1887. the several amouets sat opposite the names of the respective shareholders as follows: Name. .No. Cer. Shares. Amt. E. A. Bunker 61 50 $ 3.50 A. P. Curtin 73 40 250 E. M. Dunphy 3 10,0(X) 700.00 91 534 '87.39 116 100 7.00 I. 117 100 7.00 lle 10() 7.00 127 6933 485.81 R II Kleinschmit 74 100 7.00 C. B. Power 142 50 8.50 B. H. Tatem 19 300 21.00 Zeigler Bros 40 100 7.0Q And in accordance with law, so many shares of each parcel of said stock as may be necessary will he sold at the office of the Secretary of said company on the '10th j sr of Juue, l'e87. at 10 o'clock . said day, to pay paid delinquent ments thereon, toother with cost 01 ad- vertising and ex peroies of the sale. JAS. U. SANDERS, Sec'y. Office- No 16!-e Miltin.8treet, Helena. 11! NOTICE. All ear; ies knot i ng t liernselyes indete- ed to Eel at to. are once, as we are ettieiimms, mm me: ,se m re -opening busine, . P. , mr, sect f mil ly SIIEIZIFF'S ea I.E. els Detre': omset. Am- est, Jetfcr-0.1, Nliontati.. I Mm•nry P.. Plaintiff, ne Gre,i.ry \;ittim:2 pan, tit,- Nati• , . ... 'loch, ( - m , r - , \L-\ • mL Sheriff, 1)efkimndants. To be sold at Sheriff's sal,. . • .1 1 .i:• of June, 1887, between ems ,eclock a. m..aed 5 n.clock se - . ' este at the hour of 2 o'clock p. ni. :it ti,.. coiirt house in Boulder. Jefferson county. 1! [! I. all the right, title and into 7 - enry Consolidsted )1 Mite mII pm.1 I, and tot!, • mllowing real pm • . 1 -rty. to , :!, corpora'. property real . per .4 at con No. 1, from which time Mine me -incense privileges, rism mmsw owned or that 27 and 28, t'7 n, r 4 w, bears n 30° 36' w, quarirr section corner betmeeu sections mos' be : • acquired by the Gregory 478.7 feet Consolids : it'll'''. Company and 'incite ; thence a 2° 50' w 600 feet; thence s 75° 15' e 1500 feet; thence n 2° ding all 1;1 r teed) 800 feet of the Greg- 50' e 600 feet; thence n 75' 15' *1500 feet ory mine Lying the discovery and claim to place of begiuning. Nu. 1 west from discovery aud claim Nos. Magnetic variation 20° 30' to 22* e,con- 1 and 2 east from discovery clsisu on said Gregory lode, each claim being 200 feet in taining length. The los et.: s. !- In; tie is recorded in the office of 1- .mrder of Jeffer- Also that portion of the Compromise Sim county, in it. ! • k of Lodes. The ad - lode, so-called, which studs in the name joining claimants ..re on the north, O'Con- of the said Gregory Consolidated M nell, lot 88, aud Emma, lot 145; and on the Company, being the w( eterly part there° • east by Mandan, lot 911, and on the west by with all the dips, spurs, angles over sur- O ' Connell Lode , lot too face ground and improvements. Any and all lemrsous clannine adverssly Also the millsite belonging to the said any porien . of said Sheridan Lode mine Gregory Consolidated Mining Company, or sum .!! mid are required to tile their with the ores taken from or to be taken advers. ma1111- with the Register of the from said mine; all situated in the Colo- United States Land office at Helena, in the rado mining district, Jefferson county, territory of Montana: during the sixty Montana Territory. And including all days' period of publication hereof, or they that part and parcel of laud beginning at will be barred by virtue of the provisions corner No. 1 et lot 46 A., the same being of the statute. corner No. 46 of lie No. 4e A., made from S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. the claim of the Gregory Mining Corn- Jere W. Entre Att'y for Applicant. pany upon the Gregory lode and millsite First publication April 29, 1887. and the northeasterly corner of claim No 2 west from discovery claim on -the Greg- ory lode, at rep rock 18x12k8 inches in size marked 6M. C. 45A on ou'r side and 1M. C. 46 on the other side, from which' quarter section corner on tne meth bound- ary of , section four, in towu.seip seven, north of range four west of the principal meridian; bears 42 degrees 50 minutes ease at the distance of 25 'chains and 44 links thereon from said corner south 5 de- grees 45 ininutes east to corner No. 4 of said lot No. 46A., quartzite rock flx10x9 inches in size marked 5M . . C. 45A on our side and 4-46-A on the 'mar side; thence 'from said corner south 84 degrees lferoin- utes east 125 feet to a quartz stone 15x llx 9 inches in size marked If, C. 4513, for lot 45B on cur side. mind 4M. C. 46C on the other side- thence south 5 degrees 45 min- utes east 220.4-10 feet to a granite stone 15x11x9 inches In size marked 3M. C. 46C; thencessouth 84 degrees 15 minutes west 25 feet to a granite alone 15x12x9 inches in size marked M. C'. 46C; thence north 5 degrees 45 minutes, 320.4-10 feet to the southwesterly corner of said lot 46A. a granite stone 18x11x9 inches in size matV- ed 3M. C. 46se on our side and 1M. C. 46t on the other side, e20.4-10 feet to the northwesterly corner of said lot N'o 46A., grapite stone 10x18x7 inches in size marked 2M. C. 46A on our side and 468 on the other side, 430.4-10 feet te a granite stone 20x16x10 Inches in size, the same being the northwesterly comer of lot No. 46B merked BM. C. 46B• thence north°84 degrees %) minutes east '800 feet to corner No. 4 of said lot No. 468, a granite stone 14e1016 inches in size, marked 4.M. C. 468; thence south 5 degrees 45 usinutesseast, 100 feet to the place of beginning, con- taining six acres and 84-100 acres of land, more or less, and embracing 800 linear feet a the Gregory k.de, to-wit: Claims Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5 west of discovery claim on said lode. Also all Omit portion of land which stands in the rnaine of the Gregory Con- solidated Mining Company, with the dips, spurs and angles, ores, surface ground and improvements and itemillsite with the ore taken from or to be taken from said mines, and all property of whatever description and wherever situated, belonging to the Gregory Consolidated Alining Company. All situate in Colorado raining district, Jefferson county. Montana Territory. Sal I sale to be to the highest and best bidder for cash: DANIEL MCNEIL, Sheriff. (Signed) [No. 18381 First publication May 27. Application for sa Patent. U. S. L.A.Nn OFFICE, HELENA, Montana, May 23,1887. Notice is hereby given that John 8, i ar. rim, whose postoffice address is Helena, Montana, and Elias Merriman, whose post. office address is Jefferson. Montana. have this day tiled their spplication bra patent for 1118 linear feet of the General Ilarris lode, mine or vein bearing gold, with stir face ground 522.9 feet to 565.9 feet in width, situated in Colorado mining dis- trict, county of Jefferson and Territory of Montana, and derignated by the field notes and official plat on tile in this office as Lot Number 91. A. in township 7. N. R. 4 W. of principal base line and meridian of Mon- tana Territory, said lot No. 91 A. being as follows, to -wit Beginning at corner No. 1, from which the cur to sections 7, 8, 17 and 18, town- ship 7, N It 4 W bears S 28' 31', W 1683.1 feet; thence N 87' W 5859 feet to cur No.2; thence N 67* 11' E1118 feet to cot No. 3; thence 8 9° 37' E522.9 feet to cor No. 4; thence S 68' 04' W U28.7 feet to cor Not 1, place of beginning, embracing an area iff 13.60 acres. Also for 1816 linear feet of the Leadville lode, mine or vein bearing 014, with surface ground 565.9 to 600 feet ins width, situated in Colorado mining district, conste of Jefferson and Territory of Montana and designated by the field notes and official plat on tile in this office as lot fio. 91 B. in township 7, N R 4 W of the priocipel base and meri- dhus of Montnna Territory. said lot No. 91 B being as follows, to -wits Beginning at corner No. 1 from which the cor to aections 7,8. 17 and 19, township N R 4 W hears S 2Sa 81' W 1685.1 feet; thence N 9' 37' W 565.9 feet to cor No.2; thence 8 81' 12' W 1316 feet to cur No. 3; thence 9* 81' E 600 feet to coy No. 4; thence N 79' 43' E 1315.9 feet to cor No. 1, place of beginning, embracing an area of 17.61 acres. Said lots are lying con- tiguous to each other - and contain in the aggregate 81.21 neree. Magnetic variation 19° 58' E in all eourses. The location of this mine is recorded In the etecorder's offite of Jefferson county, Montana, in Reok 0 of lodes, on pages 744 and 745: The adjoining claims are unknown s . Any and all persons claiming adveribly any portion of said General Mortis and lode, Mine or sur- face ground any' required to dle their ad- verse claims With the Register of the rril l ted States Land Office at Helena, in the Territory of Montenu, during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions l e the Statute. LANGHORNE, Register. [Charles W. Helmick, atty for claimants. Notice to r ors. Estate of Edwin 11. o Ise deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under- .; • mea, administrator of the estate of Ed- , . lhacheldee, deceased, to the cred- im, • • of m- , 1 all persons haring claims. t ‘•,1.1 .tm.m.eased, to exhibit them, with the nem .• m vouchers, within font .m.•', • rst pellication of this • . . • • administrater at his - court house iu the said coun- ty .• r !Alp. d A'. Boulder thi h day of March A e, tele Loa: Administrator of estalmm 01 E,..1%vii, .11 Batchelder. ditmc,•Aised. • ( •0/1 - Sals,-rmemil-pe for Ow ST...c - mr• r ry Application No. It. -.)9..\ m W . :cc 11 ,2 1 , 1E*, . • 1,t :m••.m.mm that Etninit . • • IVI III il-wally. -1mierit, m II ‘.1 T. Immi- its upitlieuti. . a ; sit • 7 iifteei. hundred lin •• • • Lod. mine (yr : m• , with stir face growl(' ht. red feet in mwidth, -. ,, mated ,mler 1-mr.m-mo.,zed, mining • • im-f, cell mf* eel territory .1. • , • field e ple• ,i aid lot Sit bei:, ,lt, Missing Application No. 1830. U. S. Laud Office, Helena, Mont., April 25, 1887. Not▪ ice is hereby given that Emmit Con- soliduted Mining Company, by Housand M. Cooper, its president, whose postoffice address is Helena, M. T., has this day filed its applicatioe for a patent for fifteen hun- dred linear -feet of the Viviou Lode.mine or vein, beating silver, etc., with surface rrtiund six hundred feet in width, situated in Boulder, unorganized, mining district, county of Jefferson and terr4otr of Mon- tana, and deeignated by teseteWeld notes and otilcial plat on file in this*Mce as lot nuts lx r 1t7, instowneleip 7 00 -tinge 4 w, of prin- cipai 'I stee line kid meridi4n of Montana torsi*. . mm:aid lot; N o. 871111in g as follows, to. , '1 .mming at cor. No 1, from which the quarter section corner between sections VT and 29, t 7 im, r 4 sts bears n 50° w 330.7leet I thence s 75°s15' e 1500 feet; Offence n 2 50' e 600 feet; thence n 75` 15' w 1500 feet; thence s V . 50' w 600 feet to prime of beginning. Megneticiverietion 20' 80: to . 22°- 80' e, contrail/mg 20.22 sores. - The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the county recorder of Jeffer- son county, in book 0 . 4f Lodes. The ad- joining claimants are Miranda lode, lot 86, on the north; Mandan lode. lot 90 on the east, and the O'Connell and Ernmit lodes, lots e: and 85 en the south. Any and all persons 'claiming adversely any portion of said Vii an Lode mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Registsr of the United States Land Office at He! , na, in the territory of Montana, during ths sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of the Statute. S. W. LANGHORNE, Register. Jxo: W:EDDY, Att.'s- for Applicant. Firit publication ATirtl 29, 1881. Minini Application to. 1832. U. S. Land Office, Helena. Mont., April PS, 1887. Notice is hereby given that Albert alnd Carl Kleinschiniat. whose postoffice ad- dress is Helena, el. T., and Anton Sheller, whose poetottice aderess is Basin, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1 . 500 Unser feet of the Queen of the Hills mine or vein, bearing gold, silver, etc., with surface ground 600 feet in width, situated ie Cataract mining district. county of jeffersnn and territory of Montana, and designated by the field mites and official plat 6 on tile in this office as Lot Number 81 in township 6 n, range 5 w, of principal base line and Meridian of Montana terri- tory, said lot, No. 1 being as follows, to - Wit: • Beginning at col.. No. 1, from which the s e cor. of sec. 10, t 6 n, r 3 w, bears s 42' 10' e 2287.6 feet; thence a 410 37' w 600 feet; thence a 48* 23' w 1500 feet; thence n 41' 87' e 600 feet; thence s 480 28' e 1500 feet to con No. 1, the place of begin- ning. Magnetic variation 20' 15' east contain ing 20.66 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the county recorder of Jeffer- son county, in books N and P of lode loca- tions. There are no adjoining claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Queen of the Hills mine or surface ground are required to fibs their adverse claims witls the Register of the United States Land Office at Helena In the territory of Montana, dur ug the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the pro- visions of the Statute. - S. W. LANGIIGRNE, Register. s , ALBERT S. Hovice, Atty. for Applicants. First publication Mee'. 6, '87. _ _ Order to ' , show Catta - elitrby Decree of Distributi.m biliould Not be M S** In the 'Probate court in and for the - county of Jefferson, Territory of Montana. In the matter of the estate of William Fleming. deceased. Order to show cause why decree of distribntidn ahould not be made. ' On reading and filing the petition of Charles FleNtIng, auministrator of estate of William Fleming, deceased, and pray- ing among other things for an order of dis- tribution of the residue of said estate among the persons entitled: It is ordered, That all persons interested in the testate of the said William Flemieg, deceased, be and appear before 'tile Pro- bate court in anil for the county of Jeffer- son, at the court room of -said court, in Bou:der. in said Jefferson count*. on Sat- ueday the 28th day of May, 1387, at 1 o'clock., P. in., then and there to show cause why an order of distribution \beide' not be blade of the residue of sal Ate among the heirs ef the said deo lc - 'cording to law: It is further ordered, That s t `e' order be published for low weeks before the said 28th s \ofMay, 1867. in the Jeffereni Conine S. ionise, a newspaper printed and published in the said Jefferson county. J. C. KERLEY, Probate Judge. Date, April 80, /. - - E THOS. 1.4 s mm BOCI DI • - U, 1887. To all whl , The co- partnership . , between the undersigned, 'm•% i nut: and C. F. Parker. in the hotri Boulder and Botildcr Hot Spri.. - is this day dis- solved by rnutual cons.mut, C. F. leel:er retirieg. Vest Tem irer • C. ' _ _ rt - t:: 1.1. (Inc luck .. • , t',1mm !harked on t :mtmmm . , ti,i m I X on left m , ., it. 1%. (,re2torr. It -mnt ATTENTION! F. MURRAY'S —STOCK OF General Merchandise Is Coin pit-! tt in all its Departments. 1 ) )t BOOTS & ittk , AND t Miners' - supplies, - • Powder, - :E7177 \ 7 \Tr MINC Best Bargains to be had in Bculdo The Merchants Hotel. - HELL 4, Mont. Three doors above P. 0. The Neatest and Most Pleasantly Located Hotel in the City. Newly Fitted and Newly Furnished throughout. Ladies and mmt Gents' Baths; Barber shop, Bar and Billiard hall, with ll with special sr - modern improvements. commodatious for Comme B r I ci ll al P ir E av B erers,'Bus to all trains. • THOS. O'BRIEN & SON, Proprietors. 'FRANK S. LANG, Helena., liont. Headquart's for STOVES, RANGES, CROCKERY, GLASS -WARE, TIN WARE, and HOUSEFUKNISEING Goods of all descriptions. Cornice Work and Tin Roofing. All kinds of Job Work a Specialty, The Palace. Fine Wines, Liquors and Oigsrs Imported Wines and Brandies a Specialty 13 Il_a_JIA_RID FRANK FARNHAM, Prop. Mining _Application No. 1827. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Motu., 1 April 25, 1681. Notice is hereby given that Emunit Con- solidated Mining Compimy, by Housand , M. Cooper. its president, whose postoffice address is Helena, M. T., has this day filed its application for a patent for one thous- and linear feet of the Hmmit Lode mine or vein, bearing silver, etc., with surface ground two 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 file in thiti office as lot num- ber 85 in township '7 n, range 4 iv, of prin- cipal base line and meridian of Montana territory, said lot No. 85 , being as follows, to -wit Beginning at cur. No. 1, from which the quarter section cor. between sec's 27 and 28, t7 n, r 4 w, beasts n 65° 16' w 811.6 feet; thence s 2' 50' w 200 feet; thence s 75' 15' e 1,G00 ftet; thence n 2° 50' 200 feet; thente u 75' 15' w 1000 feet ob place of beginning, containing an area of 4.48 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the county recorder of Jeffer- son county, in book 0 of Lodes. The ad- joining claimants are Vivion lode, lot 87 on the north; the Maudlin lode, lot Lit), on the east; the Sheridan lode, lot 89, on the south, and the O'Connell lode, lot 83 on west. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Ensmit Lede mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Laud 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. LANGIFIRNE, Register. JNo. W. EDDY, Atey for Applicant. First publication April 29, 1837. Notice of Final Entry. LAND OFFICE at Helena, Montana. May 23 1687. Notice.is hereby given that the follow- ing -named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said probf will be made before J. C. Kerley, Probate Judge of Jefferson County, Montana Territoryrat Boulder, M. T., on July 2, 1887, wiz: Jacob H. Evans, who made Homestead Application No. 2784 for the fraction NEk SE, fraction NW3-4 SEk, frac. S'Eei of SEee, SEei of NE3-4, section 32, township 6, North of Range 4 West. He flames the following witnesses to prove -his continfious residence upon, and culilyelleissif said land, viz: Joel M. D. TayliiMmes Williamson John Ander- son and William Magee. :ell of Boulder, Montana. S. W. LANGHORNIII, Register, [4-3471 Notice for Final Proof. - LAND OFFICE at Helena. Montana, April 27, 1887. Notice is hereby given that the follow- ing 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 J. C. Kerley, Probate Judge,, Jefferson county, Montana, at Boulder, on June 11, 1887, viz: Adam L. Dulaney, who made homestead appiieatimai No. 1422 for the southwest U, section 22, township 5 north, range 3 west. He names the following It itaesses to prove his con•inuous residence upon, and cultivation of. said land, eiz Thomas A. Holt, James Holt, William H. -Dulaney and William G. Davis, all of Boulder Valley Postoffice, Montana. 8. W. Letionoieste. Register. Notice for Posting of Settlement of Account. In the Probate Court, in and for Jefferson County, Territory of -Montana. In the matter of the estate of Louis Schmedtlen, deceased. Notice is y given that Georee D. Green, !amine-. ,'me of the estate of Louis Schmedden, ml, has rendered and rr7mm.(mcited for ..m , inent, and tiled in said Ceurt hie fina count of his administra- tiou of said esI and that Monday, the h day of .; 1337, at 10 o'clock a. in., h as bee n ( hey seeeinted as the time and the Probste m room in the court 1_ -'use in Bould• r r'•13 county, M, .• ..na Territory, ,'e, by the .4 said court. 101 ttl emen tof..„, ; „ ; count, at whicl. m, :i.• and place any per- son interested it, said estate muy appear and file his exceptions, in writing, to the c.aid account and contest the sit J. C. Kee Ex ofie a. stork of Probath Court. Dated Boulder, MN:: 2u, 1881. - - — (* A.11. Attention. Mining Application No. *428. U. S. Laud Office, lielenansiont, April 25, 1887. Notice is hereby riven that Emma Con- solidated Mining Company, by , flowand M. Cooper, its president, whose postoffice address is Helena, M. T., has this dayilled its application for a patent for fifteen hun- dred linear feet of the O'Connell Lode mine or vein, bearing silver, etc., with eur- face ground six hundred feet in width, situuted in Boulder, unorganized, mining district, county of Jefferson and territory of Montana. and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot number 83 in township 7 n range 4 w of principal base line and meridian of montane Territory, and lot No. 88, being as follows, to wit; Beginning at cor. No. 1 from which the quarter section corner between sections 27 and 28, t 7 n, r 4w, bears n 73' 27' w 271.4 feet ; thence n 75° 15' w 1000 feet; thence 8'2° 50' w 600 feet; thence a 75. 15' a 1000 feet; thence n 2' 50' a 265 feet; thence s 75° 15' e 500 feet; thence n 50',e 200 feet; thence n 75° 15' w 509 feet; theoce n 2° 50' e 135 feet to place of beginning. Maenetic variation 19° to 22' e, contain- ing 15.72 acres. The location of this mine is recorded is the recorder's office of Jefferson county, in book 0 of Lodes. The adjoining claimants are the Vision lode, lot 87 • the Enimit lode, lot 85, and Sheridan lode, lot 89, on the east. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said O'Connell Lode wins or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims whh 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 provision W. LANoHORNE, Register. of the Statu s t .. e mr JNO. W. EDDY, Atey for Applyant First publication April 29, 1887, First publication April 8, MINING APPLICATION No. 1624. U. S. Land Office, Helena. Mont., April 2, 1887. Notice is hereby given. That Abner Gilt-, Nymphas B. Holway and Levi Withee, of La Crosse, Wisconsin, and Henry Turner, of East Saginaw, :dichigan, by Caleb E. Irvine, their attorney-lnefact, whose ad , dress is Butte rity, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1500 linear feet of the Saginaw Lode min- ing claim, situated in Cataract. mining district, Jefferson county, Montana Terri- tory, the position, course and extent of the said mining elaim, designated by an of- ficial survey thereof. as Lot No. 52. town- ship No. 7, N. of range No. 6 We being more tilerticularly°set forth and described in the official field notes and plat thereof on -tile in this office, as follows, towit: Beginning at the S. E, corner a granite stone -20x10 inches set 14 inches deep, marked 1- 1911 for corner No. 1, from which the section cor. on south bound- ary of section 33, township 7, NeRe5 W., bears S. 63'31' E. 1871.5 feet, and running thence N. 980' E 600 feet; thence N. 6680' W. 1500 feet; thence S. raw W. 600feet; thence S. 80°80' E. 1500 feet to corner No. 1, the place of beginning con- toining an area of 20.66 acres in this sur- vey claimed by the above s.amed appli- cants. The locution of this mine is recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Jef- ferson county, on page 308 in Book IC of records. The adjoining claims are on the east survey No. 1909, the Regal* Lode. S. W. L.NsollORNE, Regiater. Jos. H. Harper, U. S. Claim Agent. Notice to Creditors. Estate of Cornelius Griswold, deceased Notice -la hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Cornelius Griswold, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months af- ter the first publication of this notice to the said adrainistrateix, at Boulder, in the said county of Jefferson HELEN B. GRIswoLD, Administratrix of estate of Cornelius Gris- wold. deceased ODated at Boulder, this 4th day of hilly, 1887. 1' ‘. ! ', UP. Came to : about 18 months ago, one par -red and spotted or roan steer, 5 or 4 . 3 years old, branded es left thigh with something, Owner can have sarn h piow; A . charge: and prnv inz propert VT - 11.FLA it MITT, Fmt , r; firm. st-0.11 12. 1S7. Jos, It Mc Pherimmmu Post No. 13, will — immtmt st Wickes on Friday evening, M a y • V 1'; 4 - I\: 1 . 1 N 14 18$7. GF.0. TEN El ,. lc, curn m r. - 1 - 1 SuloitiniZ gessei A. e. 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