The Age (Boulder, Mont.) 1888-1904, September 04, 1889, Image 3

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• _ ‚f ONTANA CENTRAL RAILROAD. s rib Bound. South Bound. Threate Eateries. .-991a. 5.39 p. an. Load Peasouger e57 I,. TU. 951.. in. I 'ELENA. BOULDER VÂLI.EY & BUTTE T RA INS North-bound, South -hound. Paseenger 7.30a. us. 625p.m. The passenger 'Inds' from Boulder:oriental HeWita at 10.0'.. in. and leaves there ou the return tri# at 4.00 p. tu. Turodaye. Thuredayas, and Saturdays the train will will min to Calvin's. leaving Boulder at 6:25 p, su. and returning lb 00Upie of hoors later. COW j e MING SUNDAY, JUNE frig, and mute ing Sunday until further notice, the Mon- hanaCentral Railway will sell round-triplickele front all etationsbetween Butte and Helena at •siagle fare. Tickets good for return on mum day only. K NIGI1TS TEMPLAR,. The Union Pacific will sell excursion tickets from Montana pointa to Washington and return for the conclave at one fare for the round trip—$76.65-mty route desired. Tickets on sale October lit to 4th, good going until Ortleberetle good returning October net - THE AGE - - BOULDER, MONT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1889.. X*0:1/C7411..X.a MOE M \%TT X CO . Only ten days more for registration. The fall season has begun with a streak of cool weather. The public schools in Boulder begin the fall term next Monday. Jo Street has taken a partner in the livery business in the person of J. W. Collins, lately from Canada. J. M. D. Taylor, of the Whitetail - deer creek country, leaves to -morrow for the States, taking with him a couple carloads of horses to dispose of to the people who have had more rain than Montana has been blessed with this year. Under the new election laws, inde- pendent nominations for township and precinct officers may be made by five qualified electors. To secure the printing of the names on the •oficial tickets, the nominations must be filed with the County Clerk twenty days before election. For the coming elec- tion, therefore, such nominittions must be filed by next Tuesday or Wednes- day. SOCIAL GOSSIP. Mrs. A. C. Quaintance, of the Boul- der valley, is reported to be quite ill. Mrs. Dan McNeill met with a severe accident at Mr. Wm. Ryan's residence in the Boulder talley one day last week. She and rs. J. P. Green had driven to Mr. Ryan's and as Mrs. McNeill was getting out of the buggy her dress caught• on the brake-barand she fell forward on her Face, breaking her collar bone. No one was at home at Mr. Ryan's, and Mrs. Green gave what relief she could to her suffering companion and then returned with her to Boulder. At last amounts Mrs. McNeill was getting along very corn :. fortably. Miss Evie Morris returned home laitikturay fronTher visit to. - Ten- nessee, coming home by way of *Den- ver and Salt Lake. She had a very pleasant trip but is glad to get back to Montana, which she thinks is a much better country than Tennessee. The asylum at Nashville where her brother Adams, whom she took east, will attend school roe the next few years, is an excellent institution, and she feels much encouraged at the out- look for the unfortunate boy. • Miss Evie has been appointed a teacher in the public schools of Boulder and will commence her labors next Monday. THE AGE has no doubt but that she will be as popular as a teacher as she has been in her social relatielnk MINING NEWS. Wm. Thompson has leased the Lad Chance, near Basin, and the lessees are shipping a car or two of ore a week. Harry Winters went into Helena this week with some very handsome specimens taken from the new discov- eries recently made at the headwaters •of Eureka gulch. Al lIossfeld, of Radêrsburg, yester- day left for Tax AGE cabinet., a couple of firm specimens from the Senator Beck and .1 et C Iodes, neie Radersbure The ore from both propertict assay a hundred ounces and more of silver and from fifty to sixty 'percent of lead. EtKHORN ECHOES. s - [Specie] Correspondence of THE Aug.] ELKHORN, September 1.—Our camp is rather quiet at present. It will be several days before the mill will be in operation again. Consequently there are quite a number of idle men here. Several of the boys have left camp in the past week. Our school opens to -morrow; R. E. Hammond will teach. The forest fire which for the last three months has been 00 destretive, gained a new foothold and -/looked very threatening yesterday, but the rain and snow last night reduced it considerable. C. U. LATER. DISTRICT COURT - Thé September term of the District Court for Jefferson county began last Monday, with Chief Justice Henry N. Blake presiding and tile following offi- cera of -the court'preeent: Sheriff Dod- 'ley Halford. Clerk W. F. Parker, Dep- uty Clerk Frank Harlow, and Stenog- rapher C. B. Nolan. The following grand jurors present- ed themselves: II. O. Johnston, T. Holt, Sr., D. C. Turner, Mark Haynes, Charles Crodch, Amos Calvin, Bene- dict Kirnber, Harrison Tuttle, John D. Powell, Thomas F. Moran, W. W. Williams, Wm. McKeown, Wilson Butt, II. II. Houghton, James Simp- kins, and J. R. Lewis. The prisoners were brought before the grand jury and all waived challenge. ' The jury woo then sworn and the Judge deliv- ered his charge and appointed D. C. Turner foreman. The official bonds of the County Commissioners were examined and found satisfactory. Among the cases disposed of were the following. 916 --George Pogue t». Louise Min- ing Company and Wm. H. Maynard .and Samuel Muldoon; dismissed as settled. 791—John D. Allport et - al. to. Hel- ena, Boulder Valley & Butte Railroad Company; dismissed as settled. ; 793—Michael O'Donnell vs. Albert Kleinschmidt et at.; judgment for plaintiff. 958- John D. Ripley ra. David P. Schultz; dismissed at plaintiff's cost. 952—E. D. Sniffen ra. W. H. Gum- mersell; demurrer overruled on first ground and sustained on second, and plaintiff given sixty days to file amended complaint. 991L-Meyendorff &Wells is. Patrick .k McGowan; struck, frota docket at phiintiffs' request. 992 --Charles J. McDevitt re. Helena Pressed Brick Company; struck from docket at plaintiff's request. 993—Mary Barber co. John T. Britt et id.; demurrer withdrawn and de- fendants given twenty days to answer. 975—Mary Ketcheson va. Peter Ketcheson; divorce; default of de- fendant entered. 976—Charletta Knapp ra. George Knapp; divorce;, default of defendant entered and cause referred to Charles' C. O'Donnell, Esq., to take testimony autl-report. - 977 ---Clinton Williams Is. Frank Huller et al.; default of defendant en- tered. 912—Edger P. Briscoe el al. to. Dom- inick Freyler and Herman Freyler; defendants given to September 17th to answer. . '906—James F. Leighton re. E. V. Cabbage et al.; default of defendant entered and judgment rendered for plaintiff for 6206.72 and costs, The following cases were - continued for the term: 685—George A. Bruffy va. Frank Bogue et al. 716—Carl Kleinschmidt vs. Helena, Boulder Valley & Butte R. R. Co. 803—Montana Central Railroad Company va. Northern Pacific R.R. Co. 882- --èhristina Muella to. George Davis. 887—Wm. Sherm• an va. Thomas II. Carter nil Israel Saltlinger. 971—Charles J. Cole, trustee, O. Roger McCaffrey el a/. 988—John W. Buekett -re. D. G. Warner. . 723—Aaron Hershfield et al. et. H., B. V. & B. R. R. Co. The trial jury is summoned to ap- pear for duty to -morrow. It is not anticipated that the term will last more than two weeks. The political campaign is novron deck and a considerable proportion of the law- yers will have their attention turned in that direction. The present term will be noticeable as probably the last- the county will, have under the Territorial system sad also the last for some time to which a* grand jury will be summoned. PERSONAL. Wm. Bartle, of Wickes, has been appointed a Notary Public for Jeffer- son county. D. J. McNally lea for, Spokane Falls last week, to engage in the build- ing business duringthe winter. His family remains in Boulder and Mr. McNally himself will return when business in his line getsa little livelier here, he being determined to make Boulder his permanent residence. Messrs. W. E. Cullen, C. B. Nolan, G. W. Shelton, Will Wallace, J. W. Kinsley, N. W. MeConnell, W. D. Adkinson, Thomas F. Casey, John Shober, and I. D. McCutcheon, well- known attorneys of Helena, and John II. Duffy, Esq.,. and George Haldorn, Esq.', prominent members of the Butte bar, have been in town this week in attendance on the District Ceurt. • THE 'PUBLIC SCHOOL. (Contributed lei'« Anil , The Boulder public school will re- open Monday September 9th. It is important that all pupils should be present at the beginning of the term that teachers may classify the pupils according to acquirements: Au ex- amination will be held, and if any pgapi,ls are qualified for some elective study as we are unable to take up and follow the regular high school course' on account Of the irregular advancement of the pupils) arrange- ments will be made and pupils prop- erly clasaitied. It is our inteutiou to classify the children according to their advancement, as nearly in ac- cordance with the courts(' of study as possible. No promotioos will be made nor classes formed that are not in harmony with the following coulee. -The course is divided into three parts, primary, intermediate, and grammar, each division having two grades. PRIMÂR' DIVISION. Filter GRADE. Spelling.—All the- words of the readiag lemons, by letter and sound. Reading. -Finit lessons taught • by the object and word, method; first reader completed;. Writing, -Pupils to be 'taught to write on the slate, copying lessons from the Chart and Reader; using script letters. •Arithmetic.—Exercises in writing and reading numbers to 100 and Ro- man numerals to 50. Oral lessons.—In language and geography. PRIMARY DIVISION. SECOND GRADE. Spelling. — First year's work in Swinton's word primer; written exer- cises on slate and blackboard. lteitiling--Second reader completed. Special attention paid to articulation, expression, and punctuation. Writing—Exercises on slate, copy- ing spelling lessons from the black- board. Arithmetic.—Oial lessons in addi- tion, subtraction and multiplication, tablee constructed as far *as learned; Roman numeralsto600, writing num- bers to 1,000. - Oral lessons.--Geogratplay, language in connection with reaifing. Pupils of this grade will be required to describe orally the pictures in . their reading books and to write as many sentences about it as they can think of. INTERMEDIATE DIVISION. FIRST GRADE. Spelling.—All the words of import- ance in the various lessons; Swinton's word book to page 50. Readieg.—Third reader completed. Pupils to be taught to read each les- son fluently, distinctly, and with proper expression. Writing. —Copy hook Nos. 2 and 3. Special attention given to position, • holding pen, movement, de. Arithinetic.—Addition, atibtraetiOti, multiplication, and division mastered as principles without the use of the text book. Arabic numbers to third 'period, Roman numerals to 1,000. Language and oral lessons.—Pupils shall be required to join sentences formed from simple objects shall be taught the use of the period. comma, and question mark: INTERMEDIATE DIVISION. SECOND GRADE. Spelling.—Swinton's word book to page 63; words defined, spelled by sound and letter, using proper diacrit- ieal marks; slate and blackboard. Readifig.—Fourth Mader complet- ed; supplemental reading introduced. Arithmetic.—Fish's number two to decimals. Grammar. Harvey's _elementary completed. Pupils of this grade will be taught composition and fetter writ- ing. Geogr»hy. — Barnes's elementary completed. Pupils taught to draw maps. Oral instruction.—In history and physiology, GRAMMAR DIVISION. FIRST GRADE. Spelling. — Swinton's word book, section I; yeerly review lessons; sec- tion I completed. Reading.—Fifth reader completed; suitable sapplemental reading. Arithmetic. —Fish's number two to percentage. „ . . Gnunniar. —Harvey's practical to syntax: Pen man sh i p.—Adopted system com- pleted. Geography.—Barnes's complete fin- ished; map drawing and physical con- ditions mastered. Familiar lessons , in elementary science, and history begun in this grade. GRAMMAR DIVISION. SF.COND GRADE. Spelling. — Swinton's word book, stiiion 11; Webeter's common school dictionary. Penrnapship.--Sante as first grade. Giemular.—Harvey's practical com- pleted, with a practical knowledge of composition and analysis by diagram. arithmetle.—Fish's number, two completed, giving special attention to analysis and formulas. Algebra and bookkeeping as tus elective. History and physiolog • completed. Civil governmentor tal science. This grade forms the'graduation division and pupils are expected to study the prescribed course „in order to complete, the common school course. This is but an attempt to perfect the plan of- classification begun last year. Its systematic practice will lead to many benefits; it will systematise the work of the pupils; it Will make them more complete in their work and so in their mental development; it will prevent the neglect of souse of the mat important aubjeria it will wive time ¡Ind illl`I'VAMe the interest of pupils itt their work • stimulait mg t heir desire to complete the (»Meow of study. Promotion* falsould be insole In the entire grade, uuu in au „Ingle branch. For ouch pupils am shall heve eompleted the public (or common) . nehool counw, an examination will be held at the end of the »timid year. 'Mir examina- tion will Ist . :.ecjuducted by the printipal Of the eehool. The quelefions will he prepared by a ttttt Miter and approved by the Trustern and the County Superin- leintent. The manurieripts will be emit • cd by the County Superintendent. If the pupil reveivee a gen- eral average of eighty penent, not falling below sev- enty peneent in any branch; he will be entitled to a diploma which will leg igigned by the teacher, limed of Trustees, and County Superintendent. The exercise». of the nehool will be regutategl by • written program placed where the pupils elm see it, and every plied required to perform faithfully every duty assigned. Respectfully, T. A. Bauws. REGISTRATION MATTERS. Registration for the October election closes Saturday evening of next week. For the benega-iff electors generally Tax Aux herewith republishes the list of registration districts and officers, with some other matters of impor- tance concerning registration. District No. 1 embraces the pre- cincts of Boulder, Amazon, Northside Boulder, Bigfoot, and Elkhorti. Judge Kerley, who was the , agent, has re- signed, and Mr. W. T. Sweet Inia been appointed in his stead. The office in Boulder will be at Judge Warner's of- fice. The agent will visit Elkhorn next Monday and Tuesday to register voters in that preciect. As this will be his last visit to that camp. electors should improve the opportunity to register. District No. 2 entbraces the pre- cincts of Wickes, Gregory, Comet, and Evening:der. B. F. Shreve, at Wickes, is the agent. District No. 3 embraces the pre- cincts of Jefferson City and Corbin. Chas. Z. Pond WWI the agent, but lie became ineligible by being nominated for office ' and Geo. Mueller has bee appointed.appoind. • District No. 4—Alhambra, Clancey, and Montana City. G. W. Stein, of Alhambra, is agent. District No. 5 —Mitchell Gillet, Clasoil, Placer, and Milford. • J. W. Rogers, of Placer, is agent. District No. 6 2 -St. Louis and Ra- demburg. J. E. Dougherty, at his store near Radersburg, is agent. District No. 7—Jefferson River. Geo. E. Hale, at his residence, is agent. _District No. 8,-,Lower_Boulder Cardwell. Con Smith,. at, his resi- dence, is agent. District No. 9—Fish Creek, White- hall, Grace, and Gold Flint. O. H. Davey, agent; to be lit Whitehall on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of each week, and at, Gold Hint on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of each week. District. No. 10—Penn Placer, Ba- sin, and Calvin. Emery Huot, agent, at Basin. District No. 11—Elk Park and Woodville. Peter Hanson, agent. Every person applying to be regis- tered, must make oath as to his quali- fication as an eltic' tor. I.,:very foreign born citizen must produce his certifi- cate of naturalization or declaration of intention. If he ha a lost these, he 'must make affidavit as to where and when he secured them, when and where he last saw them, and that they are loot. 3B17100X1V113000113 sacacuk.r_aast. Wolter & Midfield are the first in the ,market with good select Fresh Oysters at seventy-five cents a can. • The popular Little Casino saloon is 'where everybody who comets to court gets their fine Canadian White Rye whisky. Call and try it. Choice Pickles by the keg and bot- tle are kept on sale by eolter & Maxfield. When yeti ftre not busy at _court, drop around to the Little Casino saloon and get a glees of genuine Milwaukee Lager Beer right off the ice, and good lunch to eat with it. You can not find a cosier corner in town. • ,Fine fresh meats, the product of the summer's feeding, can now be found on the hooks at the Boulder market of Wolter & Maxfield. Thikt steam sausage -machine of Wolter & Maxfield is still doing its perfect work, and don't you forget it, and when you want any fresh 'end well -made «usage, send them your order and it will be promptly filled. IJI W•tasturrr—In' Boulder, Montana Territory, on Friday, August 20, IWO, Beulah, harem daughter o Mr. and' ee. ('harles S. Walgaugott, aged two years, ‚vita months, and twenty -tee day... • ¡Attie Beulah, thou haul IA% us, lier\ thy ¡UM Ile deeply feel, But 'tie (hid lat hath lie can all our norrown heat Mr and Mrs. Well/ninon dialer .espreas their heArt felt amok» te their many friends. „'ho ao kindly iveistestier in t lain Nine of their deep thatreas. N EW .\ EirrisÉaai - Nrs. E3JS.... LIE Car 30° U . It IV I « C7 IX C IrtY>T 9 1 . . .8.t CO-, Op Boutosa. having deternsined to &I've* their mil* stielttie• to the Cheap Counter (lurid* . and UACIG win of iheir preering attikk of LTIL N 1'1'1 1,f...y. \ NUJ ItNIIrtrjSIC! AT Two -Thirties rst • (la.' Cenott • 'leviers. Evert•thing must he alispawal of by the cr1r 0314polp>topprklibeir end • partite who want Martian Ile will never finis bet. ter evneriunity. Thee, also t•ouie find will get the piek tier ill\ no that if you want anything of the kind, do not glighty - your Thia I. tinhorn' bug, hilt an actual sale for lingo than noel, .4 our prices will „logo. All mu- fur IT Ole of geed Gunn' ty and eat »emit ion to panchasene can be guarsub..a. 313t. C/. 33C1:71NT • 1 1 rib IC/C=0. BOULDER. - - MONTANA, \ . . Fou. , rwo Ili\: I -11k M.1(11.1(1011‘, flas emielugled to GO our OF13 - u - eirnes8, Offer* Ilin Stock of ra -c C:» 3Z1 ata eft SACIftl ' ot El AAA MO'VEĽ III (3-00/D8 from the . TEN EYCK BUILDING _ TO ISM PRIVATE RE•411/ENI:E! PRITATE ltrill/ENCE! Back uf the ' Hatiltalt BUILDING ON 111,A111 terw3/1T. Do1'I.DE12, MONTANA. Parr Two Wreldas Only t GO AND Orr BAROAIN131 I. CO. Cb. 75 6 . (ha ifeptender II, 12. 13; and 14, the tlikon retitle will nett exeureion tickets front 'Montane common Wins to (Awoken, (lid., sued return fur Sell% Tickets good returning until September antb. ------ NoTICE 5e119111. INSTITUTE. Notice IA hereby given thud the Annual School Inuit - ‚nie for Jelb-mon feetrote,.fiteettaing, wilt tsr heid the new sellout hamm at boulder, September ES. IMO. All thine bolding certificate. to leech in the publie echnoln of the comity are re -queen -el hi 'be present. Efforts will In, nude to furia' h amid. arcougmoda- tionn at reduced rates no timer in The ',oldie are eargially v led . W. E. DEAN, >lopt. Schools. Boulder, M. T., A legunt - - RE01:4'1\ RATION NOTICE.. Dloirtet W.6. Notice is hereby given that 'the time for the Regi». nation of the mama nf the: qualified electors in DM trial N of Jefferson moiety. embracing the precisaria of PI mer,M Schell (‚ulch.anal Bedford , prior to the gen- eral elea•t tuts fir State, V. t y. and precinct g ewer» to I,., held on the line day of Oeheber„ A. I). Inn. for the county of Jefferson. Ni011ia31111, will expire at tee \clock p. ns. MI Saturday, the Bib day rd Septem- ber, A. 1.), PO19. Naturalized citing us -applying ifor regiunttion duet preeent their naturaliamiams J. W, RialrGE • Regiatry Agent. ALIAS SCRIONS. In the Matt -let restart of the First Judicial mad« of the Territory of 31andatia in said for the County of Jeffs:mom Owen Gillugly. Richard Shaw, and V. A. Come; plaintiff', rt. Thomism M. liens, defendant. The people of the 'Territory of M.Intillibli lielibd Creel. ing tee the above-nansed defendant: You are hereby required le appear in an action brought againat you by the abovemanted plaintiffs is ti n . Learjet t 'mart a the Find. Judicial Distrite albs Territory of Montaisa, in and fie the County of Jet. tenant, sisal to gnawer the complaint tiled therein, within ten daynjexeluelve «et the day of aeries) af- ter, the nervier on you of this ennamone, if nerved within this ¡county; or, if served „t ad this eounty, but in this , district, within twent y , days; otherwito, within forty daps, or judgment liv defeult will be taken against vogi, according to the prayer of mild eomplaint. Tilt said action in brought to recover the judgment of tide Court, agaiiist the defendant and in favor\ plaintiffs, adjudging and decreeing to the plaintiff» the right, title and interes\ ID and li. PO Muth of the Neer Ern quartz lode mining claim. situ- ated in Park Iriametimea called Mountain) tinning district, Jefremon county, MT.. ea lain conflict with the pretended location ad' the Jaw Pone milt site, by defendant dasteribed ow follows, to wit: BeginnIng at the nortlimet corner N.. I. egf the Amid p Jaw Bone tnill site; therm.. south MP 1W nut 496 feet; Owner S. 47e wen it32 feet; Swum* , north 56° 19' weed 5.35 feet to natatorial er, .N.a. four 141 of mid pretend pence i% - ed Jaw Bone mill ai nce north '-' II m 1120 at r i% feet to corner No. I, t oleos of' be co ginning, ntain- inganirea °I3 a\\ ere„f; ut ' iii d te l iat tha vi t the ani p A r tie e t be e te en ad ed eitl iseg ed to the te cation of the Jaw Bone mill 'Ole by this defendant, io conflict with Ow mid .1'aw Ere' quartz hale mining claim „f plaintiff*, be adjudged and decreed to be void and unavailing, and that the defendant Imo Do right, title or titans thereto. And for coeds of suit. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to ap- pall' and answer the said complaint, as *hove re- quired, the said planter's will enter your default, take judgment against yam for roue. and apply to ate Court for the relief deniand,1 in the egoinplaint. (liven under my hand and the weal of the Linde' 'eg---'--» Court Or the First Judicial District ad the { an ,. (Territory or Montana, in and for the Omni, \'\ J of Jefferson, this, 29th day of Amend, In s ---e—' the year of our Lord one thoureusd eight hundred and eighty-nine. W. F. PARKER, Clerk. By FRANK Matta, Deputy Clerk. McConnell. Carter it Claybeng. Atty's for plaintiffh. (Fleet Publioation September 4, Ida.' no RRE SPoN E1a solicited for Tun AOS from • every „\t in Jefferson (»nutty. All corrempaidents will reoeive the taper and enough he. stales to more than reply them for the coot of their 'stationery and Marmot, School-nimbi -in enprefally are invited to send in ewe. items from the districts where they are teaching. •

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