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_ •-•.? le erso Count : . . r l AlL PAPER OF THE telsi Enter,e1 at ti te Pos;ottlee in Boulder City .‘tana, secohd-class mail matter. ;1:7Myr Friday 12 U. Sharp. S. e. ROBERTSON, Peeetsues Boulder City, Montana. Scroscnirrn a per year, in advance, ;3.00 Six MONTHS 41.50—THREE MONTHS, $1 Ex -Gov/ HAUSER has gone to New York. Last . Suailday's Independent was a daisy. Jack Garland, accused of holding up a man at Wiel 'es last Friday night, was cap- tured at Des • Lodge, and will be brought to Boulder this evening by Conutable Merrill. THE WE kelville base ba_llists.beat the Helena club last Saturday, after a well contested game. Now Living- ston will have another chases-. J AStES BARBER and bride have taken up their future residence in Wickes. Thie r were married at the cathedral ii Helena on last Saturday evening. HoN..J.tetee Srie.eveN and J. W. Kinsley have gone to Milwaukee to attend the -Sovereign . Grand Lod0 pf A. O. Which convenes there on the 21st inst. wo F.RS, whose names are Ed. Haveand Dennis Enright, were drowned i1 the Bitter Rootriver, on the 11th iist., b . , being thrown from a skiff, net thef Buckhouse bridge. The bodiei havetniit laeen recovered. boN'T Nil to put iiia succession of soma of the principal garden seeds such as sw let corn, peas, string beans, lettuce an radishes. They will come along bi- e -Sod time to keep the table well suppled the most of the season. Is socie▪ ty a /woman is admired for her good looks and her talents, but if she wallits oa mike herself solid with her bisband, site should see that his shirt-bettons are in their places, that his inaals are properly . cooked, and that he gets them regularly. Gt - .1 - X. l'sarr, the Montana humor- ist and late city editor of the Butte Inter Mountain, is visiting Helena to look after; Some business interests here. He hls retired from the Inter Mountain and will rest for a time be- fore agais. settling down into the newspapei business.-- Independent. Jr is resorted by the Territorial press thatqerry Collins will accept a position ois the Great Falls Tribune. This seems very queer, as the River Press without Jerry Collins, would simply beithe play of the \Ticket -of - Leave -Maki\ without a Bob Briefly. We hope he Tribune will succeed in a finanLial point of view, but not at the expense of the River Press. vi I:ix American: The Amer- ican's Washington dispatches flounce the appointment of Hon. N. W. NIcCounell as Chief Justice of Montana. The American rejoices in common Irk') all Democrats in Ten- nessee Who know Judge McConnell either personally or by reputation. He vas noted while on the bench for being one.ok the ablest as well as one of the bravest and purest men in the .-..:tates 1 He is also one of the Sturdiest ,and most reliable Demo- / • s , crats that,can be found anywhere. GENIaI ..XGENT STOKES of the Northern#'acific, received from Traf- fic -Mainag.'er Hanterford, notification of a very:important reduction in lo- cal rates from and to Helena.., Here- tofore don'sle mileage has been charg- ed on the Wickes branch and over the IulLn Pass, in effect near:y doubling l„:11‘e rate and rendering ship- ments yer'y expensive. The new ar- rangemeni does away with thia double mileage, lbearly cutting the rate in two. For instance, the first-class rate on the Wickes branch has hitherto been 45 dents per hiuldred pounds; it is now reduced to 25; second class, Old rate 40, ; new rate 22 and so on. This concession is made at the solici- tations of Helena anerehants and the public generally.- -Independent. A Mormon Boy's Philosophy. Wiciees, June;13, 1887. Th 3 following is the Mormon boys philosophy: \I hale a iday Mormon- . ism will he stopped in a few years for the ofitlaws is a gittin put in the penn [jai.] every day. They go on the underground, but fienlly hafe to conic up and take their medesin. The leders says that we are right; \just go aheadend sirve your time in pris- in.\ But. now they hale come tuis- sin. I don't think they hale a manly way about themn or they would be to the front : and say: 'Come on' and not sculk am :say, 'go ahead.' They hafe had a ida r that they held the mint' pour for years, hut now thay find out what the government is for.\ This is an extract *from a letter written by a Mormon boy to one of our mission teachers recently. - Yours, sincerely, Jes , e C. Witsors. 7 I C2 4 T1 't ALIVE. The Sale Personal .mention Notes Anticipated Wed- ding in High Life The Nor- thern Pacific and the Gloi ions Fourth of Jury. Special to the SentineL GREGORY, June 15.—It is the fate of advancing hosts to get the front ranks thinned out once in a while, making it necessary even against the desire of these ranks tor them to take a back seat to. recruit their forces. Then they usually come to time front again with fresh blood and renewed vigor to be led to honor and glory by the veterans of a hundred fights. Since the closing down of the works here in January last, timings have been very quiet, but the old reaidenters stand by their colors faith- fully. Gregery is one of the oldest quartz -working camps in the territo- ry,ond has always held an honorable place in the front rank, with credit to itself and advantage to the common- wealth. After the sale, which is to come 9ff some time this month, it is the general expectation and hope that it will soon again take its old place in the front rank, having renewed its strength and recuperated the sinews of war, will peacefully, but with a vim, help Montana's advancing pros- perity and wealth. To help out in this, if dame rumor .speaks truly, the Northern Pacific will have a branch in here thisseason for its iron home. Our Old friend Pete McCluskv, ter several months' absence visiting eastern friends, (his first holiday in fifteen years), returned a short time ago, and is prosecuting his many milling enterprises with his usual. vigor. He has several good claims, and confidently expects to wake up one of these fine mornings and find himself a millionaire. He says when it does happen he will lift one poor old fellow (an old friend of his in this here burg) out of the mud by promo- tino him to a soft and fat job in the a . shape of a permanent coachinanship. Messrs. Clegg and Gordon are ma- kirg mud fly and rocks howl at their placer diggings down . the gulch a quarter of a mile from cunp. There is \sladers\ of water this year, and it Would make your heart glad (as it does theirs) to see them make it do its work with a Will. Last year was very unfavorable in this respect, and bed -rock being deep, (35 to 40 feet) a fearful amount of expensive, dis- heartening dead -work had to be done with no profitable result at that time. But now it is whispered on the bi-eeze that pay gravel is expected soon. The buoyant, manly, and always truly gentlemanly bearing of the men in question certainly gives some color of *truth to this report. Their good luck will have been well and honest- ly earned, and all their friends and neighbors will rejoice in their - de- served success. Albert Lohrer has a placer claim, started this year, three miles up Quartz gulch. He puts in all his time there, and keeps mighty still about it, but the wise lanes think he .has a goof thing and wish him luck. ,Mr, i Hildebrand has been doing stitue preparatory work for the oven- ing of a regular siege on his claims tip Clancy creek. There is a great deal of well planned and well execu- ted work done on these claims, expo- sing flee bodies of mineral. Mr. Cady • makes no noise at all, but every lick counts. Himself and a comrade are running a tunnel on his claim. He thinks the hours of these long days not quite keg enough for his robust frame and iron constitution, and lengthens them out inte the night, squeezing, (he does his own assaying) beautiful gold and silver buttons out, of ugly -looking rock. You can . see plenty of these buttons piled up in little glass dishes on his table and window, but no out- side person is made wise as to results. There is no slip -shod wor)c here. Everything is tclosely watched and carefully attended to. / Good luck to you, S. P. These are the kind of \men that win. Joe Wiuslow, (who, when the works here wese running, was a good-na- tured Vulcan personified.) has tern- porari lv suspended work on some good claims he has here, and is gone to superintend the moving of a saw null from Granite to Basin, whore it will be put up. Joe is a good fellow, a fine blacksmith and experienced ma- chinest. Charlie Fleming does the hauling of the machinery. And by the way, Charlie made a nice sale of about twenty out of his band of horses last week. Mr. Laur, the boss at the mine, though wet as a rat half his time keeping the water out, is a 1 waysgood- natured. The old man in charge of the rest of the works, though he has to have his occasional pleasant growl et the dullness of time concentratieg and smelting markets and tl e J. P. business, still seems always happy. J. W. Cory, the biaimager of Bach. Cory &Co's store here, to attract out- side custom while the mine is shut down and to keep the penny rolling, is almost giving goods away. His gracious manner and winning smile transfer a good deal of the where- with -all from the pockets of his cus- tomers to the company till. The evening zephyrs whisper to the beautiful mountain flowers that we are soon to have a society wedding here. The principal parties inter- ested are the acknowledged belle of the town and the most dashing and one of the finest looking young men in camp. Though not of an niquir • ing turn of inirul,as far as other peo- pl e 's b o si s ess concerned, my at- - tention was attracted to this matter by the quantities of lace, ribbon and 'Other draperies in course of construc- tion; in anticipation of the event; by the various ladies in camp and the nuinerous, freemason -like consulta- tions antabg them by signs, grips and pass- wort' s, to keep the male portion of the poi ulation in the dark. If the young co ipJe make each other happy and add t, the solidity of the com- munity, I am acre we will all be pleased 1,nd happy, for they are thought Flinch of here. God speed them and bestow on thorn his choic- est gifts, is the general wish. I send , you these few gleanings from the, general field of news to show youiand our outside friends who wish us ell, that Gregory is not dead yet it'd has not the least inten- tioe sof ki Icitig the bucket. The few staunch old patriots thst are in here intend to cefebrato the coming 4th in the good 414 style. Yours Truly, ATI Vie. JUBILATOR. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Regular June Session of Board. Boll.DKR, June 6, 1887. Preeept---A. Macomber, chairman; Geo. Lamtert, A. B. Moulton. Ordered that time fez building bridge at Dunn Crossing be extended to September 1, 1987. That the following Supervisors' bonds be accepted: E Ryan, j J Holmes. R Briggs, J J Doyle, 0 II Davey, John Fla herty, E Johndro, R Rader, St Small, Jums licIntyte, J M D Taylor, W D Northrup, James Dunlap. Adjourned to June 7th, 9 a, m. Jeer. 7 -Board met pursuant to adjourn- ment, 9 a. m. Ordered that report of Treasurer be ac- cepte.d. That J L Sweet be appeinted road su pervisor district 2. That road district 12 be divided, old dis- trict taking all that portion lying from the south side of Beaver creek west; new dis trict all that portion lying south of Beaver creek. New district No. 22. That II H Detheage be appointed super- visor. That C W Sanford Ite appointed super- visor district 1. That II F Nutton be appointed super- visor district 19. That A Calvin be appointed supers isor district 17. That James Cliegeweth be appointed su- pervisor. district 2E Thal the bonds of F Norton be not ap- proved. net resignation of J M Clegg be ac- cepted. 'flea resignation of W L Wilkin, J P, precinct 15, be accepted. That petition to appoint L B Van Wart be not granted. That resignation of J M Ellis be accept- ed. That resignation of F Loiselle be ac- cepted. That resigtettion' of J B Brieu be ac- cepted. That petition foe road uear Jefferson City bellied over. That remonatrance for road near Jeffer- son City be laid over. That the petition for appointment of C Smelzer be not granted. . Concerning appointment of Stock Com- missioner laid over. That petition for roads near Fish creek r be granted an viewers appointed. That claim for damages by G IR Filson be laid oven Adjouned to June 9th, 9 a. m. J ea A 8 -Full board met pursuant to ad- journment, 9 a. nt. Ordered that no action be taken regard- ing the appointment of Stock Commis - shiner unless by petition of stock growers of county. That Z N Thompson be appointed road viewer of new, road built by IC I' It R Co. on Boulder tied to mako estimate of cost of building bridge at Calvin's sod Catar- act creek. That II Jorden, W II Newkirk and 0 II Davey be appointed viewers to locate road as per petition of II Jordan et al. That county coincide with counties of Madison, Beaverhead, Deer Lodge and Silver Bow in establishing county lines. That County Contrinesioners be appoint- ed to locate road as per petition of C Rey- oold et al in Beaver creek: also to inspect roads viewed by J A Keating, John Rod- gers and R F Capenter, said roads viewed on June 27th. That County Commissioners act as view ers on petition of Juts Jobb et al, road at Bedford; viewed June 28th. That petition of Chas F Hossfeld et al, for road from Crow creek to Boulder via Elkhorn, be laid over. That report of J N Kelly, J F, be ac- cepted. That petition of John McPhee, for com- pensation in collecting poor tax, be grant- ed. That petition of James Jobb, et al, be granted for road near Bedford. That petition for road from WIckes to Comet be not granted. That report of District Clerk be ac- cepted. l'hat petition of C Reynolds et al, for road near Beaver creek, be granted. That petition to extend Second avenue, Boulder, to depot grounds be eranted, and all work done at expense of NPRR Co. That report of viewers on Daniothy road be laid over., Tien petition for schoos district, Corbin, be returned for correction of initial point. That $20 be allowed It Rader, supervis- or district 10. Adjourned to June 9th, 9 a. ma. Jrxs 9 --Full board met pursuant to -ad- journment, 9 a. m. Ordeted that report of Probate Judge be accepted. 'That M C Meech be appointed Justice of the Peace and Chas Smith Constable for Basin. That Z N Thompson, S S Harper and Hiram Cook be appointed to view road assess damages ou extension of Third Ave west in Boulder; to view road June 184.h. That the sum of $450 be allowed to Z N Thompson, part payment Dunn bridge contract. That S A Robertson be accorded the county printing, to futuish blanks, &c., for use of county until such time as this or- der may be revoked. That Puuley Jail Co. be awarded the contract for putting in female and insane cells in jail for the sum of $1,500. That petition of B F Hoopes, for change in road on lower Boulder, be laid over. 'I bat petition for extension. of Second Ave, Boulder, be granted. That remonstrance against Third Ave be not granted. That petition to extend Third Ave to In- tersect section line west be granted. That petition to estehlish boundary line between districts 5 and 1; be granted. Adjourned to June 10th, 9 a. ne Jests 10 -Full board met pursuart to adjournment, 9 n. Ordered that report of Sheriff, 2d quar- ter, be accepted. That petition to build jail at Wickes be .granted. That petition to remove supervisor lis- trict 3 be not granted. Tbat petition to build inedge at Calvin's end 'Nein be laid - over. Tla tu be allowed It Rader, super- visor Calkn fail to qualifyas super, ee _district 17. II S Houghton be appoir , 1 in his eteed special meeting be called for July e,1.041 a. In., for transaction of busi- ness laid over from this meeting, and for transeet ion of such other business as may come before them. Thee the following sums. from General Fund, be allowed as follows: George Lie n j sem n, $9.00. Ormate $11.70. J $1200, John Crawford. $12.00. That they build a jail at Wickes not to exceed aeOb hi east That Z N Thompson be appointed to view reed to Bs alder built by NPR R Co. That the report of County Clerk and Recorder, 2nd quarter, be accepted. That e211.37 be allowed Thomas Joyes, salary County Attorney 2d quarter. That the following bills be allowed: W E Dean, Co. Supt, salary a ex. $132 50 E A Wells, Diet Clerk salary, 150.00 3 A Cook, Assessor salary, 375.00 J C Kerley, Probate Judge salary, 300.00 Daniel McNeill, Sheriff salary, 388.85 F C Berendes, Treas, salary a ex., 491.00 Daniel McNeil, Sheriff expenses, 233.35 F 8 Wolpert, salary jailor, 21800 F B Wolpert, board prisoners, 191.00 Frank Lindsey, Under Sheriff sal., 23315 lieu Lambert, 5 days county confr and mileage, 53.20 A Macomber, 7 days county com'r and mileage, 68.00 A H Moulton, 5 days county com'r and mileage, 43.99 J C Hunter, salary County Physician, 75.00 That 100 copies of road law be printed and Clerk send one to each supervisor. Adjourned to special July 6th, 1887. A. MACOMBER, Chairman. Attest: CHAS. E. STEVENS, County Clerk. IN MEMORIAM GEORGE W11.1jAll BAILEY De - parted this life June the 2nd, 1887. Dear son, thou art gone to the grave, But we will not deplore thee, Though sorrow and darkness encompass the tomb; The Savior has passed through its por- thls before thee, And the lamp of his love is thy guide through the gloom. e Dear eon, thou art gone to the grave -- We no longer behold thee, Nor tread the rough path of life by thy side- - But the wide arms ef mercy Are spread to enfold thee, And sinners may hope, since the sinless has died. . Dear son, thou art gone to the grave, And its mansion forsaking, perhaps, Thy meek spirit in fear lingers lone, But the sunshine of Paradise Beamed on thy waking, and the sound Which thou heardet was the seraphim's song. Dear son, thou art gone to the grave, But 'twere wrong to deplore thee, For God was thy ransom, thy guardian and guide; He gave thee, Ile took' thee and He will restore thee, And death has nothing, since the Savior has died. B. efi . emethlug You Need -Shorthand. \Why?\ Because it will aid you more than anything else in acquiring knowledge. Because it will help you to a good busieess. \How can it IT learned?\ By the aid of a book studdied at home and lessons by mail from an accomplished teacher. \At what expense?\ The trifling stun of $6, including book. \Why so cheap when colleges advertise the same course of instruction for $25?\ Because a new text -book is used that re- duces the labor of learning proportionately to the difference in price by the system being made simplier than heretofore, and more practical, besides being the mote pop- ular method, having the indorsement of our congressional and professional report- ers everywhere, together with over 1000 graduates of our Chain of Phonographic Colleges. Boys and men on the farm, in workshops and elsewhere, -girls at home, in factories and at school have learned the art iti from three to six months' study dur- ing spare moments, and been helped to po- Bloom in offices by Mr. Scott -Browne where they have earned from #12 to $20 a week. Write and ask for a free maniple copy of Browne's Phonographic Monthly and full particulars. Address D. L. Scott -Browne, No. 251 West 14th Street, between 7th and 8th Aves., New York, N. Y. Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from active practice having had placed in his hands by an East India Missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of Consump- tion, fironehitia Catarrh, a kstbrna, and all Throat and Lung affections, after having thoroughly tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, feels it his dutrto make it known to his suffering fellows. The recipe sent FREE, to all who may desire it, with full descriptions for prepairing and using. Address, naming - this paper, Dn. M. E. Cuss, 201 Grand St.. Jersey City, N. J. Private Sale HORSES! I will sell at private sale, on the ranch of the late Cornelius Griswold, about 20 Good Brood Mares, with their colts, well bred, and weigh - big from 900 to 1,100 ; about 30 Ha il of Floe Ram Horses, some of which have been broken; all well tted Three or four good saddle horses, Eight Good Work Horses Also one thoroughbred CLYDESDALESTALLION three years old, weighing about 1500. Also one thoroughbred GALLOWAY BULL, Wagons, Harness, Road Wagons, Buggy and Saddles. For prices and terms apply to the un- dersigned the ranch, or eorrecpond by le mIti Administra llE trix iL or t it' ' '‘ ; . \1 Alta Orlawald, Ask Your Druggist for 310 Ti's Kidney Cure! H., w y and bladder affections, female - 1 II it digestive disorders. Prepare for a Nod Tole Trotter & Reece will give one of theie popular 31(\aee 1 \ I T ( aPeal . at . es, FrIday F.vening .1. me 3d. 1881. No supper. I ickets $1.00. They will also give mm C3-1R,_4 1 .1\T X3A. On Monday Evening, July 4th, . Aud a f rstadass supper. Silver Cornet Band %ill furnish music. J. II. Miller, leader. =CHET!, Including Stpper, 43. Wm, TRort En, J. II. MILLER, Getters! managers. MRS. F. KEMPSEY Has just teethed a most elegant line of SPRING and StMMER Millinery Goods And is now prepared to furnish anything from a two-bit Beim' hat to a twenty - dollar bridal bonnet, and will be pleased to see the ladies of Wickes and surrounding towns. Shop on up- per Main Street, WICKES, - MONTANA. The Palace. Fins Wines, Liquors and Cigars Imported Wines and Brandies a Specialty FRANK FARNHAM, Prop. *() • 4 1 0A0q1S 8.100p \JILL AMMON. 0. 4 1\ 4 11.41 ,4 41 44 1 1714 4 4•44aala Mining Application No. -1832. U. S. Laud Office, Helena. Mont., • April 28, 1887. Notice is hereby given that Albert and Carl Kleinschmidt whose postoffice ad- dress is Helena, M. T., and Anton Sheller, whose postoffice aderess is Basin, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1500 linear feet of the Queen of the hills mine or vein, bearing gold, silver, etc., with surface ground 600 feet in width, situated iu Cataract 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 81 in township 6 n, range 5w, of principal It: base line and Meridian of Montana terri- tory, said lot, No. 81 -being as follows, to - wit: at eon No. 1, from whieh the s e con of enc. 10, t 6 u, r 5 w, besrs s 42' 10' e 2281.6 feet; thence Ft 41' 37' w 6X) feet; thence n 48° 28' w 1500 feet; theuce n 41° 37' e 600 feet; thence s 48° 23' e 1500 feet to cor. No. 1, the place of beeiu- ning. Magnetic variation 20* 15' east contain ing 20.66 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the county retarder of Jeffer- son county, in books and P of lode loca- tions. There are no adjoiniudclahns. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Queen of the Hills mine or surface ground are required to tile their adverse claims with the Register of the United States Land Office at Helena in the territory of Montana, dur:ng the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred by virtue of the pro- visions of the Statute. S. W. LANG HORNE, Register. ALBERT S. Horsy, Atty. for Applicants. First publication May. 6, '87. iNo. 1831.] Mining Application. U. S. LAND OFFICE, Helena, M. T., April 25, 1887. ) l'eotice is hereby given that the Emma Consolidated Mining CompanY, by Ilou- sand M. Cooper, its president, whose post - office is Helena, M. T.. has this day tiled its application for a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the hi iraitela Lode, Mine or vein beating silver, etc, with sur- face ground six hundred feet in width, situated in Boulder Uncrsganized Mining District, County of Jefferson end Terri- tory of Montana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot No. 86, in township 7 n, range 4 w, of principal lease line and Meridian of Montana Te.rritory, said lot No.86 being as follows, to wit: Beginning at corner Nis. 1, from which the quarter section corner between sections 27 and 28, town- ship 7 n, range 4 w bears s 313* 12\w 479-7 feet; thence s 75° 15' e 1500 feet; thence n2° 5o' e 600 feet; thence 'it 75° 15' w 1500 feet; thence a 2' 50' w 600 feet to place of beginning. Magnetic variation 20° 45' to 22 e, containing 20-22 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the recorder's office of Jefferson county, ie book 0 of Lodes. The adjoining claim- ants are the Vivion Lode, lot 87 on the south. Any and all person claiming adversely any portion of said Miranda Lode, Mine or surf: cc ground are' required to file their adverse claims 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. LANGHORNy, Register. Joule W. EDDY, Attorney for Applicant. 1 , ,4,, rA eh, sr 4 , 0 , -.. , 41 hut Moos lam writs , Os v use, win r e.,... ,.,,, , mt wort • Mining Application No. 1827. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Meet, April Notice is hereby g,i etitil t t Eni n7. nit coli.. 0(31:Hated iinin g Company, by Houseud M. Cooper, itti preeident, wholes postoffice iddreas is Helena, M. T., has this day tiled ithetpplicatiqse for a patent for one thous- and linear lett, of the Emmit Lode mine er vein, bearing sliver, etc., with surface ground two hundred feet in width, situated in Boulder, unorganized, mining district, county of Jefferson and territory of Mon - tans, and designated by the field notes and official plat oa file in this <dike at.; it etme . ber 85 in township In, range 4w, of erin- cipal base line and meridian of Montana territory, said lot No. 85 being as follows, to -wit: . Beginning at cur. No. t Opreirhieh the quarter section cor. between wee, 27 and 28, t7 n, r 4 w, bears n 65° 16' w 811.6 feet; thence s 2' 50' w 200 feet; thence a 750 15' e 1,000 feet; thence n 2' 50' e 200 feet; thence n 75° 15' w 1000 feet to place of beginning, containing an area of 4,48 acres. res. Thelocation of this mine is recorded in the office of the county recorder of Jeffer- son county, iii book .0 of Lodes. The ad- joining elairdants are Vivien lode, lot 87 on the north the Meriden hide, 10.90, o n. ._, the s eist: the. Sheridan lode, lot 89, on the th sou, and the O'Connell lode, lot 88 on wet . Any and an persons claiming adversely any portion of said Emmit Lode mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims 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 Applicaat. First publication April 29, 1887. [No. 1838.] First publication May e„7. Application for 14, Patent. U. S. LAND OFFICE, HELENA, Montana, May 23,1887. Notice is hereby given that John S. Har- ris, whose postoffice address is Helena, Montana, =cf. Elias ierriman, whose poet - office address is Jefferson, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1118 linear feet of the General Harris lode, mine or vein bearing gold, with sur- face ground 522.9 feet to 565.9 feet in width, situated in Colorado miniag die- tricR, county of Jefferson and Territory (4 Montanaeand designated by the field notee and official plat on file 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 whick the cor to sections 7, 8, 17 and 18, town- ship 7, N R 4 W bears S 28° 31', W 1685.1 feet; thence N 99 37' W 565.9 feet to cor No.2; thenee N 67° 11' E1118 feet to cor No. 3; thence S 9° 37' E 522.9 feet to cor No. 4; thence S 65* 04' W 1128.7.feeteo cor Zia. 1, place of beginnlog e einbracing an area of 13.60 acres. Also for 1316 linear feet of the Leadville lode, mine or vein bearing,gold, with surface ground 565.9 to 690 1 eet in width, sifuated ' in Colorado mining district, county of Jefferson and 'territory of Montana, and designated by tbilleld notes andmrit.rni - plat on flle'in this office as lot No. 91 B. in township 7, N R 4 W of the principal base and meri- dian44 IslemetamesToesittsry,saideot No. 91 B.being es Renews, to -wit: ' Beginning at corner. No. 1 frem which the cor to sections 7, 8, 17 and 19, township 7 N R 4 W bears S 28° 31' W 1685.1 feet; thence N 9° 37' W 565.9 feet to cor No.2; thence S 81° 12' W 1316 feet to cor No. 3; thence S ft• 31' E600 feet to cor No. 4; thence N 79: 43' 4 1 . 415.9 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 acres. Magnetic variation le° • ' E in all courses. e location of this mine is recorded in the Recorder's office of Jefferson county, Montana, ih Book (1 of lodes, on pages 744 and 745. The adjoining claim e are unknown. ,Any and all persons.ci ing a r adversely any pertion of said neral Harris and Leadville lode, mine o sur- face ground are required to file trieir adt verse claims with the Register of the Uni- ted States Land Office at Ilelena, 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. Charles W. Helmigir s , atty foe claimants. Mining ApPlication No. 1829. U. S.iLand Office, Helena, Mont.,/ April 25, 1887. Notice is hereby given that Emmit Con- solidated Mining Company, by Housand M. Cooper, its president, whose postoffice addtess is Helena, M, T., has this day filed its application fee a patent for fifteen hundred linear feet of the Sheridan Lode mine or vein, bearing silver, etc., with sur- face ground six hundred feet in width, situated in Boulder, unorganized, mining aistriet, county of Jefferson and territory of Montana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot number 89, in township 7 ze range 4 w, of principal base line and meridian of Montana territory, said lot No. 89 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 4 w, bears n 30° 36' w, 478.7 feet; thence s 2° far w 64)0 feet; thence 675° 15' e 1500 feet; thence n 2° 50' e 600 feet ; thence n 75° 15' w 1500 feet to place of beginning. Magnetic variation 20° al to 22° e, con- taining 20.22 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the office pf the county recorder of Jeffer- son colinte, in book 0 of Lodes. The ad- joining claimants are on the north, O'Con- nell, lot 88, and Emmit. lot 8e: and on the east by Mandan, lot 90, and on the west by O'Connell Lode, lot 88. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Sheridan Lode mine or surface ground are required to file their &deems claims with the Register of the United States Land office at 11eieni, lathe 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. Leeoneeee, Register. JNO. W. EDDY, Att'y for Applicant. First publication April 29, 1e:7. Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the partner- ship heretofore existing between J. D. Groesbeck and Frank S. Lang, doing busi- ness in Boulder, in the hardware and stove business, the firm name being J. D. Groes- beck & C0 4 1:4 hereby dissolved by mutual consent, Frank.S. Lanes retiring. J. V. GROESBECK. FRANK S. LANG. Strayed Away. Brayed away from Comet, sometime in November, a buckskin colored mare; white gripe in face, one foot white, dark stripe . along back, white saddle marks, branded 9 on left shoulder, weight 80o to 900 lbs. Probably went toward Pony with other Itorees. A liberal reward will be paid for her return or for information leading to her recovery. C. E. HOFER, [spr1-41 Comet, Mont. • Eggs for Hatching! Plymouth Rocks, $2 per dozen; White and Brown Leghorns, $1.50 per dozen. In- quire of Souex Baas., Jefferson City Montana. Lime. At Swarbriek's Lime Kiln, on Elkhorn Creek. 40 rent!' per blithe] Mining Application No. 1828. U. S. Laud Offiee, Helena. Mont., April 25, 1887. Notice usluireby glees that Emmit Con- solidated Minlag ebuipany, by Housand Metooper, itatresident, whose postoffice address is Helena, M e .T., has this day filed itiiicatioulor a ?wept for fifteen hue- citedlinear -- feet of the O'Connell lode mine or vein, bearing silver. etc., with sur- face ground six hundred feet in width, taunted in Boulder, unorganeeed e mining district, county of Jefferson and territory of Montana, and designated by the field notes and official pleat on file in this office as lot number as in township 7 u range 4 w of principal base line :and meridian of montane Territory, and lot No.138, being as fellows. to wit: Beginning at cor. No - . 1 from which the quarter section corner between sections 27 and 28, t 7 n, r 4 w, bean n 73° 27' w 271.8 feet; thence n 75* 15' w 1000 feet; thence a 2° 50' w 600 feet; thence a 75. 15'. 1000 feet; thence n 2* 50' e 365 feet; thence s 75° 15' e 500 feet; thence n 3' 50',e 200 feet; thence n 75° 15 w 5011 feet; thence n 2° 50' e 135 feet to place of beginning. Magnetic variation 19° tat!' et r eental a- ing 15.72 acres. .The location of this Mini iiricerded in the recorder's office of Jefferson comely, in book 0 of Lodes. The adjoining claimants are the Tielon Lade, lot 87; the Emmit lode, lot 85, sad Sheridan lode ' lot 89, on the east. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said O'Connell Lode mine or surface ground are required to file thell adverse claims 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 province of the Statute. S. W. Lessonooxa, Register. JNO. W. EDDY, Att'y for Applicant. First e publicathen Apri1.29, 1887. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of an order of sale in my hands, issued out of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of Montana Territory, in and for the . county of Jeffer non, In the suit of Ralph B. Wallace against Daniel J. Stennard and John Lewi• duly attested the 31st day of may, A. 1887,1 have levied upon all the right, titlt and interest of the Said Daniel J. Stannard and John Lewireinaard to the Uillovring de- scribed propertye- situated in Jefferson Tonnty, mottana Territotee vie: That certain Quartz Lode minieg Clairr known as the Alta Lode mining Claim. lo cated April 11, 1879, and recorded April 2eth. 1879, in Book H., page 520, of quart locations, records of Jefferson county. montane, situated in Little Pipestone min- ing district, Jefferson county, montane, and on the north side of Little Pipeatone about %the of a mile north of Dan Stannard's placer mine, comprising 1000 feet north- easterly and 500 feet southwesterly fro: the ceuter of discovery shaft described by meters and bounds es relives's: Beginning at a stake at the northeast corner, running thence southwest 1500 feet to a stake: theuce south 600 feet tp,etalv; thence northeast 1500 feet to ;slee; thence - north 600 feet to %taiga, ihe :-peire of te ginning. _ Notice H -hereby given tikat on the 27th day of June, A. D. 1887. between the hours of 1 o'clock a. - m. and 5 o'clock p. in. of amid day, et 2 o'cieek p: m, in the town of Boulder. in front of tte court house door, r will sell ell the right, title and interest of the said Daniel J. Stanuard and John Lewis in and to the above described prop- erty to the highest bidder for cent in hand. Given under my hand, this the 2nd day of June, A. D. 18$7. Desist. McNetre„ F. LINDGIPY, Under Sheriff. [ 4- ' 4 -1 • Notice for Final Proof. ‘ Land Office at Helena, Mont., June Si, 1887. c Notice is hereby given that the fol- lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his cls.imn, and that said proof will be made before J. C. Kerley, Probate Judgr, Jefferson courttv, at Boulder, on July23,1887, vii: Hen- ry Killian, who made homestead ap- plication No. 048, for the wi nei mie nwi see. 14, tp. 5 ii, r 4 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his eontineousresidence up- onandcultivatiorm of, said land, viz: Edward Ryan, John T. Holt, James R. Holt and Monroe Dunks, all of Boulder Valley, Mont. S. W. Laainnoexe Rtister. Mining Application lioina.1 '30. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Mont., April 25, 1887. Notice is hereby given thierEmmit Con- etstidated Mining Company, by Housand H. 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 Vieiee L,ode mine or vein, bearing silver, etc., with surface crowed six hundred feet in width, situated in Boufder, unorgentred, mining district, county of Jefferson and territory of Mon- tana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as lot num ben 87, in township 7 a, rages) 4 w, of prin- cipal baseline and meridian of Montana territory, said lot N o. 87 being as followe • , to -wit: Beginning at cor. No 1, from which the quarter section corner between sections 27 and 29, t 7 n, r 4 w, bean n 50° 03' w 330.7 feet; thence a 75° 15' e 1500 feet; thence a 9° 50: e 000 feet; thence n 75° 15' w 1500 feet: thence s2' 50' w 600 feet to place of beginning. Magnetic variation 20' 30' to 2r 30' e, centaining20.22 acres. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the county recorder of Jeffer- son county, in book 0 of Lodep. The ad- joining claimants are Mirandalode, lot 86, on thlanorth; Mandan lode.elot 90 on the east, and the O'Connell and Emmit lodes, lots88 and 85 on the south. Any and -all persons claiming adversely any portion of *aid Vivian Lode mine or surface ground are required to file their adverse claims 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. LA.NGHORNE, Register. JNO. W. EDDY, Att'y for Applicant. First publication April 29, 1887. -1 1 11E WINDSOR STABLES, GEO. A. COOK, Proprietor. Finest Turnouts in the City: Horses Boarded by Week or Month!. Hay and Grain For Sale. BOULDER, : • : MONTANA. vivE cti.1:\rs Will buy a fine smoking and good I cigar at Dougluert:v Bros.