The Age (Boulder, Mont.) 1888-1904, October 02, 1889, Image 1

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ISTÁLUSEllà Assam * Surplue 1,loo,000.0o Pied to Policy Holders. 21.500.000.00 Amount of Insurance In Force.- 50,000.000.00 DI YOUR LIM INSLTRED A Duty Every Man Owes to Ilia Family! T. Iltsrbasiala Life Instars• - e• Company or muse YORK • Local Office f„r Jefferson Coma, nt BOULT1F.R. MONTANA, Where all forma of polleing veill be issued. Including 1FC BOND WI:loh are payable in 10, 1:`., nr 21\1 yearn ! Or in rape of previous dc -at?, IMMEDIATEI.. - Y 1 For information and rate«, eall on or gadder.* F'.'. DORENIU:4, Manager for Montana, Helena, Montana, OR PIERRE DURYEA, Spewial Agent for Jefferson County. Oftlee with THOMAS Jovre. Esq., Boulder, Montana. 11.1TF:f.S. 1 101CILDER. HOT SPRINGS AND HOTEL. WM. TROTTER, Paorturron. Thow Spring.. have most N`Vonciorrul Curative. Properties In all (Giros of 31Phla4.1ilmaitict w ritemolut.ble au ADD IV Lead Poisoning and (Milers' Debility. -1o(- The Springs ia • MOST P1.1r:ARIANT }estirt'r Far those who are overworked and wear and who desire* few days' relief from toil and hood - mew and want a few days' recreation Hon is neap Woo be of fetal ituadams oat talks art Treg ta MI towns of 110 fetal. NASH TO Mtn 121011 ALL TSAI» COMMEIZgerAli.I.a mccerzore and RB8TAURANT • EVIROPIEAN • THOE1. BAlgIr In. PROPRIETOR. re TIM Gam à Rims saw: arnre one door north of J. R. Warren's Beery stable. t t t t t t t Meal. at all hour'. t seoca.ezia, Nicely furnished rooms. LITEIIARY NUGGETS. [Gathered for Tam Aux.! The noise of worldly fame la but a bloat of wind, That blow, from diverse points and ahift• Rename, Shifting the point it blows trod,. -Dante Most females will forgive a liberty, rather than a slight; and if any wom- an were to hang a man for stealing her picture. although it were bet ia gold, it would be a new case in law; but if he carried off the setting and left the portrait, I could not answer for his safety.-Co/ton. To insight profounder Mane spirit may dive; Hia aye -rolling orbit At no goal will arrive; The heavens that now draw him With pereetnea. untold, Once found --for new heavens Ile spurneth the old. -EDnenpon. The essence of true nobility is neg- lect of self. Let the thought of self pass in, and the beauty of great action is gone, like the bloom from a soiled flower.-Froude. Every grace that plastic language knows To nmluelrea poets in perfection owea, The rough.liewit word* to simplest thought. confined Were cut and polished in their nicer mind. -O. W. Ileintss. The prayer of Lahire: \Godl do unto Lahire what Thou wouldet La - hire should do unto Thee, if Thou wert Lahire and Lahire were Thee.\ Lie stirring AA Me time; be lire with Ste; 'Threaten the threatener, and outface the brow Of bragging horror; so shall inferior eyee That burrow their behavior from the great, Grow great by your exemp/e, and put on Thedausitlem spirit of resolution. -Node/peer Good sense and good nature are not separated, though the ignorant, world has thought otherwise. Good nature, by which I mean beneficence and candor, is the product of right reason. -Dryden. Nut la the ...honor of (he crowded igtreet, Nut in the shout, and plaudit. of the throng, But in ourselves are triumph and defeat. --Lengleffow. An asp would rentier its sting more venomous by dipping it into the heart of a coquette.-Poincelot. QUARTZ LOCATIONS. The following locations of quartz claims in Jefferson county were re- corded in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder during the month of June, 1889: [CONCLUDIED room LAST WEEK.] Losthatchet No. I and No. 2 lodes, four and one miles northwest of Pipe - stone Springs, located May 28th, by O. E. O'Hara, Paul F. Lambotte, Gus- Lantbotte, and Chas . . R. Hawley. Hiddentreasure lode, one mile east of Woodville, located May 28th, by Robert. Wakefield and Mary G. Hans - worth. Happyboy lode, nine miles northwest of Pipestone Springs, located June 8th, by Gus J. Lambotte, Paul F. Lambotte, and Elmer A. Young. Littkjoe lode, one mile north of Sloan's horse ranch on Big Pipestone, located May 12th, by D. A. Morrison and Jam. Ketchum. Basin lode, in Basin gulch, located June 16th, by Louis Wagner and Nicholas Wagner. M N lode, on Boulder river, half mile northwesterly from M. C. tunnel, located June 15th, by Wm. R. Gib - binge and A. M. Hotter. Rattler lode, fourth mile north of Boulder river, located June 18th, by Ira Littlejohn and Jas. Blair. Gentleann lode, on south side of Moose creek, located June 14th, by Jas. Donavon, John F'ergualan, and G. W. Fisher. Blackbird lode, near Homestake creek, located June 14th, by Jas. Daw- son, John Ferguson, and G. W. Fish- er. Kegeguil lodo, one mile from junc- tion of Moose creek and Ilomestake gulch, located June 14th, by James Dawson, John Ferguson, and G. W. I Fisher. p ioNTANA . 1 Queen of the Mountain lode, two miles east of McIntyre'a ranch, located May 31st, by Richard Berryman. Fairpiay lode, two miles east of McIntyre's ranch, located May 24th,, by Richard Berryman and Mat Myers. Lastchance lode, between Lutapgulch and Clancey creek and one mile north- east of Daritucker mine, located May 24th, by J. M. Holt, Geo. B. R. Fer- rel, and Chas. Holt. Luella lode, one and ene-balf mile west of Goiciffint mine, located May 29th, by Oscar A. Turner. Rosebud lode, ou north ide of Jef- ferson river, located June 9th, by Geo. H. Casey, J. D. McLeod, D. A. Mor., tison, and Fi -T. McBride. Surprise lode, three miles aoutà of Woodville, located June 11th, by M. C. Lind and T. B. Murray. Brusher lode, Beefstraig trie', located June 3d, by J. H. rthy, Peter Brown, Dennis Farr , and Jo» Ca rrney. Burlingame lode, Lowland district, located by Jas. S. Benson, John Ber - kin, and W. E. Sanders. Sma//bonanza lode, Lowland district, located June 12th, by Henry Pankey, Morris Gainer, and Nelson Moseburg. Littlepiasburg lode, ou north side of Homeetake Paes, located May 25th, and Sheridan lode, one and one-half mile north of Homeetake Net, locat- ed June 3d, by Jos. Griffith, Lewis Llewellyn, and John Roach. Washington lode, in western portion of t 8 n, r 5 w, located June 15th, by E. M. Dumpily. Aspin lode, on northeide of orne - stake Pass, near its mo ocated June 2d, by Jos. Griffith wig Lle- wellyn, and John Roach. Mee lode, Willow Spring* dieteiut, located June 15th. by W. D. McIn- tyre. Fisher lode, three miles east of Low- land creek, located June 7th, by F. W. Fisher, Henry T. Fletchall, Con. Breslin, and John Hamilton. Mayflower lode, on north fork of Basin creek about half mile south of Tenmile lake, located May 22d, by N. Jenson. Minnehalia lode, Little Pipestone district, on north side of Bald Moun- tain, located May 25th, by D. A. Mor- rison, Geo. H. Casey, and F. T. McBride. Ophir lode, on Little Moose creek, located May 25th, by Michael O'Brien and J. F. Duffy. Teego lode, in Golconda gulch, three and one-half miles from Jefferson, lo- cated June 3d, by Samuel C. Ricketts and Edward Geiligan. Nonesuch lode, in Jefferson cation, half mile northeasterly from Jefferson river, located May 8th, by Dave Brucker, Phil. Ploop, and S. C. Ayres. Fre,dbrown and Butte lodes, one mile southerly from Fourth of July lode, lo- cated June 1st, by D. D. Budd. Grayeagle lode, fourth mile south of C and D smelter, Elkhorn district, lo- cated by A. A. McMillan and M. Birch. Helena lode, two miles west of Mis- souri river and one mile south of coun- ty line between Jefferson and Lewis and Clark counties, located May 23d, by E. M. Pollinger and J. W. Brooke. Glen/ca lode, half mile west of Little Moose creek, located May 20tb, by A. C. Russell. Mela/ím lode, on west side of south fork of Whitetail Park, and Mammoth and Condo?' lodes, on east side of south fork of Whitetail Park, located May 26th, by Peter Brown, John B. Rowe, and Chas. S. Warren. Fowler lode, twelve miles southwest- erly of Boulder, and Forsaken lode, ten miles southwesterly of Boulder, located June 8th, by Henry G. Gering, Louis Planson, and Charles L. Sham- baugh. Greatwonder lode, eight miles north- east of Walkerville, located May 27th, by Cyprien Siootte and Louis Ber- trand. Paehinka lode, located June 10111, by II. R. Bennett, W. S. Bender, and Jas. J. Hogan. Galeria lode, Cataract district, head of Rock creek, located June 16th, by John T. Kelly, Ernest T. Preston, D. A. Morrison, and Thole Bolingbroke. Pilgrim lode, four miles south of Radersburg, located June 25th, by Wm. A. George and Stephen Brody. G randeentral lode, Elkhorn district, one mile northeast of C de D wine, lo- cated June 18th, by H. Westby and Jolla Colberg. Kingoolomonniines lode, two MHOS northwest of Clancey, located June 22d, by Emanuel Redding. Moiset Iodes, tweand one-half miles northwesterly of Basin, on west side Been' crock, located June 12th, by; Camile Barnaba. Climax lode, located May 10th, by W. S. Sims. Annapolis, Guldengate, and Funda/ia Iodes, Big Pipestone district, three - fourths mile south of Deli:nee,' ranch, located May 20th, by Alonzo Smith and Charles Orno. Mary K lode, six miles westerly of mouth of Bison creek, located May 13th, by John Nagel, George 1)ecker, Chats. Kosauda, and Gustav A. Korn - berg. Carrie lode, three -Courtin! mile south of Whitehorse creek ' , located May 29th, by J. R. Reed and J. R. Silver. GI:par/Item lode, Mountain district, one mile northwesterly from head of Indian creek, located May 31st, by John Smart and P. A. Comer' Hawkeye lode, half mile north of St. Louis, north of right hand batik of Indian creek, located May 31st, by S. L. Wyland and J. T. Winsor. J I C lode, Orofino district, located May 19th, by C. Banem, Patrick Con- nolly, Patrick Frawley, and John Froll. SPECIAL NOTICES. LOST OR secor,EN. A horse, light bay, branded revenged R ma left shoulder, collar marks, ‚hod all around, weight about 1,0110 pound'; DM seen Iwo about March let on range of Boulder. A imitable reward is offered fer any information that will lead to the recovery of the horse. Addrent W. term., Boulder, M. T. IliICURSION TO WASIIINOTON. 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The Age (Boulder, Mont.), 02 Oct. 1889, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.