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D . TGIARf is developing a mine in .e German Gulch and is of the opinion that it will turn out all right. The work has been under way several months. 'rhe property is gold.bearing and is said to tontain a large vein of good ore. It is located in the midst of several other very promising quartz claims, the manjority of which are owned by Butte men. At present Eastern men have a bond on ROme of the claiums owned by Perry Heal In the gulch and there Is a possibility that it will he lifte-d before it becomes due. Mfr. Deal was in the city yesterday and while here said the ,ond had expired once, but had been renewed and is still in force. Mr. Deal also said that considerable work was being done on both the quartz and placer cljlns of the district and that the gold was tolling from the gravel of the D. J. CIARD. latter with regularity. fthe and his a. lociates are doing most of the placer work, h6\vever, as thdy control the best gromrl. If the quartz claimns under bond go to E.astern men it is likely that Mr. t,iarI will a.:ll his claims before many ,.ioths, as they are located in a place that mtakes theail desiriable for company use. They are not yet under baond, tit it is expected that Mr. .;iard will be called uporn hefore long to mh;ire his price in writing. (;errll: i G;ulh is one of the old dist tticts i Monta;llna. Its gravel has been waslued nniiiny years. T'lre has not beun a sutruler sini'e ehi wars tiest ,iscovered in it that more or les- work has not been donle', our, hootever, the placer mlining is giving way to the ,plalut front which it is suppo.s,, the wchli originally canme and found long. Inent on the ars. A mill for treating the Ore wa, built there a few years ago., but it wai tot tip-to-dit, and1i the larger por tion iof the valutes in the rock put thrrough it was 'lost ill the tailings. Three years ago the plant wa:s mlived to Leslie gtllsh, two uiles -outhteast of the poor farm, hire., a1id let Up otn one if the Matt.l S. group of Claimsi, but it failed to trleturnl tihe d bir re tt. ilt. I nt aas alrlioneld. NOW LET GEOLOGISTS DRAW FORTH HAMMERS Dispute Is on at Battle Lake, Colorado, Mines Over Classification of Forma ton of Local Claims. causing :a turln i,il in the Ittlh .lak (C huolrh, r miiiing dihtl ist. It appe.ats that t.i wihite rtock ,composii the greater part of the lnump, of the Fert is-itlage.rty, tisceola 0ntll other pr icl ties o f tlhe dis trict, which has.. betn geneHrtlly tlhought to, .c quartzite, ant1i i .liilch h14 beenii illn u iver. sal fiavor amliong prosp.ect.rs. is now kno.,w n to be trachyte, an emrptive rock whiich in Cripple Creek aId San Juan lai tcarries gihl,, but which hiere is a iling for cppier veins. A. 13Jrihle, snuperillcntelint of the Fcrtis Ilargerty, ia.kes .lit aillnuli'nceitc ut as the result of a ihiniical ianalysis just made: by the state geologist of I ;lifornria, and armong atining len it is believed to, be a tllust ini p|orlait dise,,cry, :ntli oine that tnay largely revt'lutionizie prspectiintg umethods in these iiounitaiii , \While at a superlicial glance there is smatll difflerence in appearance bcetween quartzite and tratchyte there is in a geologi cal sicnse a tworld of differenee between the two. the forler being a sedimientary fiiril etion, while the later is eruptive, lPorphyry rock, which is conunonly understood to in clude tl achyt, has hitherto been supposed inot ito exist ill this coilnltry, alnd antrrg Cripple ('reek miners who have htier) nccutilomid totil tfiidirig ti.,' pay goods" it trachyte, the atisence oif it htree as oftetn given this rniniiig district a black eye. (if sucti inportatice ia the tessw discoveres held to tie that rnineirs from all pares if the country are flocking to the Ferrisllaggerry dettirp for white rocks for the turpolste of ernularinig them sith those of their own dumps, and before long, it is believed, that trachyti' will become the hot favorite ii ,tead of quartzite, arid that ninires throughtout this country will stonutly diny Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds. We solicit your trade.##A. Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butto. that they ever hadl an ihla that their shafts were in quartzite, In the past no one cvcr doulteid that the Ferris-Ilaggerty dump was quartzite but Superintendent 1Brile, Just ter fun, it is said, and because he is naturally inquisitive about rocks in general, sent a bundle of wellosnrted specimens to the man who tells all abiouit rocks. out in California. and when it came back in big documenltary envelope. there was diorite in ons and schist and quiartzite in oithers. but the ore that came from the vein itself andI which everybody in this country knew was qutarztite, was labeled trachyte, tinld, what is more, the whole chemical lanalysis of the stuff was given; hence there is no dlodging the fact that the vein tilling of the Ferris-Haggerty is trachyte. As it stands now. the walls of the Ferris Ilaggerty are schist and quartzite, and tile 15,000 or more tons on the mine dump are trachyte with some quartr and about 6 pler cent copper, and the old-timers here are scratching their Iate and wondering wher they are at. MONTANA EXHIBITORS AT CONGRESS MUST HUSTLE Unless Something Is Done Soon, Treas ure State Will Have No Showing at the Big Meeting. ''" ot only coildi Montll ,aiii have an cxcil lelt minelral elxhibit it the cliting 'con gress, huilt we cull se, li an exhibit of mining machinery th.,t wiould te worth go Ing miles to see'." "iid Secretary Mlahii this mtortning, as he opened his m;ail ald showed several i.ouunicuall tiiio. frriom many of the firem.t llauililfactuircrs of mining MtIachinery in the eol-ltry. It is beginniing to I ,, ,k like ti, minierial exhibit, if Mr. Mlahon's opinion iof the time anild trouble it takes to make the collec tion, is any criterio,n. "\We siptot six imionthis in gtlltillg the' Ciolorno exhibit tog, lth r," s:lo l hi., "'a; d then we dlidin't hate alily tiimeC to spar, There' noi use dodging the questiomn, if they dol't get i'o Mork iurnldi.attly and start the exhiblit there will bh n e mfriii the statell, a o t ihe Khuilsands of dlelIateti from all over the world will woniler if you have any minerals in .Mo.t,;na at all. "I lllunderst;lland that there are several very tine priate ollct11lio s iof miniierals ill the state whbliit woutli e availahlc inl a short tinte, but for a meieting of this kindll - the glealtest tiininlg 1 ute'tini g ill the tworhl iand one thatll lBhitte may inot have an pprtllullity of ciducitiing for many years to lil'ue-it is in I iiti s hto sa that the peo pile of lthe statl e ought to take the latter i hanh nand nd an erhlIit that would he in somie it ire rl it,-sene lt;itsVe of ..iii tanla' great umineral welth.I Cha:irles Schart. county clerk of tlfter son eol utl has ,i itl the following list of delegatcs alpointal by the county coin ii io,ieIrs for thite conl gress: iJohn Itlrkitn. ilouller; C. \ i. Fle ini g, I'l lncy: tranki inigilMaiil, If'lkhornl i (;i.orge It. llrakein fthl, hlasiii: . I). \ likinlln, Wh\litehall. Ilon. Ct . i linri mna \,r iof I)onldi onille. I.a i. hasi alpointi tri ,. '. ,n I',iN gh ". H. L, iraani r, I lii , tiaitc in ii , ri W . .1, M clalliard. COPPER FUTURE IS BRIGHT Demand Grows, Uses Increase and Sta tistioai Situation Is Excellent. .. 1.. .tlith l Itetroit, after spending a week or ilust in tl,' I.;tke atction. look ing oveir Ilhe lilines sees nli cause for nli ly prlllihtioli is to thei fltutre iof thel iiir , i h , iithir i tpper shalires or the -"lhle ,tatialical ,ituation is exct ilent," lie ;said. "It is true that the metil is rather quitt it the present time, but eveen with the a.nimot heling prodlucel it barely ke ,ps up with the i Inmiandl, if it dots that. Th' -iii'e iiilil for thie ietal is steadily griow ing aniid the uses for copiliper are splreadling. It is but niatural that the big ilanultifac turers when they desire- to purchaie elnought to last six imonths or inore shoulid seek to deipress the miarket fir ithe metal uintil their idemaiii l i, filled at the lowest prices they cain btiitui thleir supplllies. 'rhat. I thiink, is what tlihey atret now doing." , lining Notes. W. F. ()lin if She rid;i , Madlisn county, is bulihling a 5- tamp mill with which to treat the product of his mlie, located I few miles fronm Shlridan. T'he lhat will hie tiii-hed in alout two weeks. ;rant 11. Smith, w, o in the rilghties kLll t a .t e ii lttle, is iu w a sluccess. fil inming man in I'tah. 11 e' is heasvily interested in the Margaret andl lig Foir iten mines in the Situoline di trict of h ltchi md iil sRinu day lie a i tealthy I'tah m nlsh . have yielded $j3 .,el., in dividendls so far this monlh adl there arii' prospei s of severial umtoe disburse metits before Aullst I. The minils of the Park (ity district cotitrib ted the larger portion of the amount. Miss Alice Mc Andrews, who ]l li lnhe lntcer Mountainll vting contest two years ago and received as a prize a ticket to the Klondike country and $2oi .i wit h which to defray her other traveling explenses on the trip, has written her father, James McAndrews, of this city that she likes the northern lcuntry very well aml is getting along tine. Miss McAndrews is quite popular and her many Butte friends will he pleasced to learn of her succesis. Jodging lhy the number of discoveries of minmerl that have been made in the Willow district cof Granite county within the last month, that section of the state is c'mming to the front. The latet find reported from tthere is a \' in of rich silver rte, which was itruck by John Maloney a few days ago. The chaim onm which the find was made is locatcd above (;rant's ranch. In adtlition to the silver ore laim Mr. Maloney has another piece of ,rounmid containing a vein of honeycombm gold quartz. lie is developing it, -- -ý - - * p. * WAY DOWN IN THE MINES HE WORKS VATIMER DE BASSOFF IS A REAL NOBLEMAN AND ONCE HELD HIGH OFFICE, HIS EXCELLENCY WAS GOVERNOR OF SIBERIA Went to the Klondyke and Lost His Coin in Speculation-Drifted to Butte After Suffering Some Hardships of His Own, and Is Glad to Go Down to the 1,100-Foot Level at $3.50 Per Day. Butte is in possession of a real live count and he is a count that amounts to something, as he is working on the r. Io foot level of the Rarus mine. His name is Vatimter De Bassoff and he halls from Russia. lie has not been in Butte vr ry long. Shortly after his arrival here he found himself shy on cash and, kit wing that it costs even a Russian count :,.cny to live, he conclrlded to go to work at anything he could get to do. Ten days ago Ire was given a job shoveling (,, the rI,lo-fot level of the Rnrus and sine, then he i,as not missed a shift. Counllt \Vatlier De Bassoff was nrritary gt\cltior of Siberia two years ago and hal charge of the oio.ooo convicts there. lie tired of the position, however, and went to the Klondyke country of Alaska, where he soon lost 40,000 rubles, spernl;it ing in salted mining ground. Although he lost his money, he retained his nerve and soo. figured out a way of getting to San IFranc'isco. 'l'l. count had been graduated from, a ieilicail and sturgical college in St. etersbulrg anid it stood himn in hand Ilter his Ihoney was gone. Is Something of a Chirurgeon. ()ie day an enginieer in the employ of the Parisianu Ehxllirnrtion comnpany hadl one of his arims crushed in soime machinery andi theil count was calleid upon to drets the injiury, which wouild have resulted in the Ian lll.eathl hadl it not been promptly treatel. 'I he count tmplutated the armt ;aIov' tihel sullimashed portion and the til;, healed without further trouble. Foir hlis services the companntly gaive him a patio to Sa;l I ranclsci. ()ii arriving in that city he had;l anther hard struggle, but mantag d t(i pull throurgh until relief front relatives inl (us.snia rea;cheltd hllll. Then he caume to Ilutte and waited for sare more relief, but it ha;is not yet arrived. 'Tlhe countit dores not care nmuch now whether it comlres or stays away, as he is pretty well contrented with $3.5o per day. (.'ouirt I)e Blastsoff has traveled over all the world and although he does not speak all of the langutages known to the humrir'itt toingue. he is the master of four. His English is somewhat broken, but noverthe less he has tino trouble in mnaklng himself unrlderstood. lIe likes to talk about his extperiences inll the variuiils parts of the globe ;rand laughs when relating something in the line of hardslhips. Military Governor of Siberia. "I ai tnow only 39 ,ears old," says lihe "but I think I have lived 75. When I iwas military goverlnor of Siberia, that cold andt bleak country of the extreme itiith. I was in good circlritmlstances, but after I left there things did not, come mly w.,y ;l tlgethc r. I beliere that is what Anr ri (i;can saly \ilhen they have bad luck. (iine day a try iprisoneir cartle to tire with tcars in his eyesri aniI said: 'Governor, the work I have been called tlupon to do is to, haird for rire. I would like to lie assigned to lan easier tlace. I an an orphltan tndl if you can do a;i favor I shall Ire thankfuliie r it.' "I \sas ra:ther touched with the rIappeal a;ltinhutlli it is not customary for orricini!s to pay Irtucli ;attention to the wails of Iris. onlers, anilrl decidedr to investigate the carse I went to tihe Iboorks to ascertain the na ture oif the crime for which the boy ihad been ianlrishedlc and found that he had rlrlrr dlerd both his father and mother. No woinder hIe was ani ortrphan. That is only one of the little experiences while I was acting military governor of Siberia.' A Summer Trip Through Zion and the Rockies. A trip to the East by way ofSrut City ariil the Rio Urrurue Iiies is t"rtlnId. est on the Ainericrni conitinent, pasaring as it does alollg tile shores of Salt Lake ;aill t'tah l.akes, through 'ltail and Colorlo,.'s fertile valleys and the heart of the Rocky Morulrainis. No Iriroltearn journey of erqu;l length call colnpare with it in splend.r of scenery or wealth of novel interest. A stop over ;it Salt Lakle City is allowed dn all classes rof tickets, affording all opporturrity for ai swim in Arleric.'s D)ead Sea. Agntts throughout the \'est can sell tickets via this route. For full iniformnation or for copy of "\With Nature ill Colorado," rrriter to or call on \V. C. McBride, G.neral AgeIt, Butte, .Moitana. Yellowstone Park Excurslon. The Northern P'acific will on July 25 make special rate, lButte to Yellowstoec 'ark ar.d return $30. gootl five and ,,ne. half days in the park. This covers rail roadl fare, Butte to Cinnabar and Iret lurn, lodging and breakfast at Livingston r.uirng and returning, also stage and hattl ix perses in thie park. Here is the cheirecst week's outing you call find and s8e \hrat ordinarily costs $57. I.eave your irnae early to insure a Ilace in thIe popular ex CUrstoi,. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWY..' Saturday and Sunday Exoursldns. Basin and return ................ . So Boulder and return ............. , I t.o Allhambrtlr and return ..... . . Good goirg Saturday and 'u~Jnay, re turning Monday, BasIn and return .............. .$r so Boulder and return ............... n o Good going arnd returning Sutda, s only. Ticket office, 4i North Main street and dePot. . , o. When Others Fall Consult the Yellek Doctors OUR METIIODS OF TREATING men's diseases are original, distinctive, thoroughly scientific and supremely ef fective. Were this not so we would not be making announcements In public print. No physician Is justified in the use of newspaper space unless able to offer and render a superior service such as cannot be obtained elsewhere. We wish especially to appeal to men who have been disappointed in the promises held out by other doctors. We wish to impress upon them the fact that our skill anld superior methods justify us in making men's diseases our specialty. We wish to prove conclusively that we are not offering treatment such as the average country doctor is able to give. No matter how many physicians have failed to cure you, you can come to us with complete assurance that if we ac cept your case the treatment given will be absolutely scientific and fully effective. Our method of curing Stricture is new and entirely original. No cuttir.g or dilating. The stricture is dissolved and completely removed and all affected inem hranes thoroughly cleansed. VARICOCELE WEAKNESS Contracted Disease This most prevalent of all So long as physicians Improper treatment of diseases of men is also the continue along the old contracted diseases can most neglected, either lines of treatment of easily bring loss of power. through dread of the this disorder men will An examination reveals harsh methods of treat- continue to be disappoint- this very cause in a large ment commonly employed, ed time and again in their portion of the cases of or through ignorance of efforts to obtain a cure. weakness. Lingering in the grave dangers th.it ac- We have found that dis- flammation centering in company the disease. As orders entirely local are the prostate gland is varicocele interferes di- responsible for premature- sure to result in disor rectly with the circula- ness, loss of power, etc., dered functions and the tion and process of waste and that there is not even condition will never be and repair throughout the the slightest possibility of corrected until inflamed organs, the necessity of obtaining a cure through and swollen gland is a prompt and thorough use of internal remedies. restored to its normal cure cannot be too forcibly Our treatment is directed state. We thoroughly emphasized. We cure toward the removal of all cure every contracted dis varicocele in one week by a b n or m a I conditions ease we treat. The renm an absolutely painless pro- throughout the organs in- edies we employ are cerass. Our cures are thor- volved, and we do not fail known to ourselves alone ough and absolutely per- in a single instance to re- and no other physician has manent, and are accom- store compete and perma- yet produced equally plished without the use of nent activity of all the ..prompt and thorough knife, ligature ar caustic, functions. cures. Our book, "Live All Your nife A Mlan," will be mailed free. It is ani instructive treatise that will prove help ful to afflicted men. YELLEK MEDICAL INSTITUTI N. E. Cor. W. Broadway and Montana, Butte LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS MINING APPLICATION NO. 4527. Jnited States Land Office, Helena, Mont., May 24, 90gos. Notice is hereby given that John N. Kirk, Donat Dorais and Samuel D. Sum walt, whose postoffice addresses are Butte, Montana, and Martin Johnson, whose postoffice address is Laurin, Mon tana, have this day filed their application for a patent for saos.s linear feet of the Frenchman No. a lode mine or vein, beart Ing gold, silver and other precious metals, with surface ground 6oo feet in width, situated in Summit valley (unorganized) Mining district, county of Silver Bow, state of Montana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file In this office as Survey No. 6518, in Town ship 3 north, Range 8 west, of Montana meridian, said Survey No. 65:8 being de scribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. r, a point on the west end line of Survey No. 41l3, and the sixth course of Survey No. 3573, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-6558 for Corner No. s, from which the southeast corner of Section r, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 43 degrees 33 minutes east s75s2. feet, and running thence south 6o degrees o6 min. utes west 23o5.z feet; thence north 23 degrees 30 minutes west 587.7 feet; thence north 6o degrees o6 minutes east 2o05.1 feet; thence south a3 degrees 30 minutes east 587.7 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of :6.:6 acres, of which 6.95 acres are in conflict with Sur. vey Nos. 339g and 3572, not claimed, leaving 9.21 acres claimed by the ablwve. named applicants,. of which 4.06 acres are in conflict with Survey No. Sis:, inclu sive of o.o3 acres in conflict with Survey No. 34o0. The location of this claim Is of record In the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "Q" of Lode Locations, page 39 The adjoining claims to these premises are: Survey No, Ois:, Bordeaux Lode, and Survey No. 3450, Lulu B Lode, on the north, Survey No. 1413, Manseville Lode, Lot 378 on the east, and Survey No. 339s, Terrace Lode and Survey No. 3573, Rival Lode, on the south. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Frenchman No. a Lode Mining claim, or surface ground, are required to file their adverse claims with the register of the United States Land Office at Helena, Montana, during the sixty days' period of publication thereof, or they will be barred by the provisions of the statute, GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. First publication May 27, so90.) MINING APPLICAT.ON NO 4535. United States Land Office. Helena, Montana, June 5, 590o. Notice is hercby given that Joseph Wey. erhorst, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed his application for a patent for ,5Soa linear feet, being 388 feet westerly and 1,15a feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Philadelphia Lode mining claim, u:pon which a notice of in tention to apply for a patent was posted on the :.f th day of May, 1go9, situated in Summit Valley, unorganized, mining dis trict, Ssiver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as survey ..o. 6519, in Town. ship 3 north, of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner, a point in the east end line of Survey No. ;049, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked 5-6519 for Corner No. I, Crom which the 1a section corner on the north boundary of Section 2o, Township 3 north, hange 7 west, bears north 76 degrees _g minutes, 45 sec onds west, 8,1a9.2 feet; and running thence south 6 degrees 45 minutes east, 450 feet; thence north 8: degrees 45 minutec ecs't, 229 feet; thence north 80o degrees 29 Wrln. utes east, 1272.5 feet; thence north 6 de grecs 45 minutes west, 425 feet; thence south 8S degrees 38 minutes west i,5oo feet to the place of beginning, c ntaining an area of 15.14 acres, of which 0.32 acres are in conflict with the Annie Batten lode, uns trveyed, not claisr-c., lcavi;g 24.82 acres clakned by the above named appli cant. The location of this claim Is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, Our treatment for Specific Blood, Poison forces the very last taint of virus from the system, and all this is accomp ished without the use of dangerous minerals. \\e offer consultation free, either ;at our office or by mail. and we are al ways glad to render any advice that may be helpful. All correspondence strict ly confidential. state of Montana, in Book "5" of .ode Locations, on Page ;,. The adjoining claims to these p:emises are Survey No. 4sa9, Narrow Gauge placer on the south; the Annie Batten Lode, unsurveyed, on the southwest; Sur vey No. 5049, Henrietta Lode on the west. GEOatGE D. GREENE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicant. (First Pub:ication June 6, sgoo.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 453. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana, June sa. 1oop. Notice is hereby given that Darby Hast. Imgs and John L. Neenan, whose post. office address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for s,368.a linear feet, being 300 feet westerly and s,o68.a feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Dasie Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 17th day of February, A. D. 19oa situated in Inde. pendence, unorganised, Mining District, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6524, in Town. ship 3 north, of Range 8 west, and being more particularly daesdibed as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and mark'd 1-6524, for Corner No. i, from which the quarter Section Corner between Sectionls 23 and 26, Townslthp 3 north, Range 8 west, bears north o degrees 31 minutes east, 9a2.6 feet, and running thence south 78 degrees 46 minutes east 1356.1 feet; thence south o degrees :6 minutes east, 6oa feet; thence north 76 degrees a6 minutes west, 1368.3 feet + thence north o degree 16 minutes wet, 545.2 feet to the place of beginning, ceon taming an area of s7.5o acres of which 1.39 acres are in conflict with Surver No. 3064, inclusive of 5.aa acres in conflict with Survey No. 383s, not claimed, leav. Ing :6.1x acres claimed, of which 16.o6 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 3832, exclusive of Survey No. 30o64 and inclu sive of 9.86 acres in conflict with Survey No. 3863. The location of this *'ate I, of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow rounty, Montana, in Book "P," on Page 473 of lode locations. The adjoining clainr to these premises are Survey No. 3064, Aurora Borealis lode, on the north, Survey No. a826, 'li placer, Lot 598 on the east. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. (First Publication June 13, sgoa.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 45.19. United States Lane. Office, Helena, Mon. tana, June 3, 1oo9. Notice is hereby givcn that Charles C. Rueger and Louis Demars whose post office address is Butte, Silver Bow coun ty, Montana, have this day filed an ap plication for a patent for 5,451 linear feet, the same being for 41a feet in a westerly and ,o039 feet in an easterly direction from the point of discovery on the Wedge lode mining claim, situated in Summit valley (unorganized) mining district, Silver Bow county, Montana, the position, course, and extent, of the said mining claim, C signated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6,533, T'ownship No. 3 north, Range No. 7 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the aJd day of May, spos, and being more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and plats thereof on file in this office as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner, a granite stone, 8xsio'o inches, 16 inches deep, marked 1-6533 for corner No. s, from whence the northeast corner to see. tion 7, fractional township 3, north range y west, bears south 6 degrees 47 minutes east, 5,728 feet and running thence north 1a degrees 50o minutes east, 347 feet to the northeast corner No. a, the.ce south 73 degrees 45 minutes east, 1,45o.5 feet to the nertheast corner No. 3, thence south sa degrees so minutes west, 423 feet to the southeast corner No. 4, thence north 7o degrees 46 minutes west, 1,487 feet to Corner No. I and place of beginning. Con taining an area af 12.80 acres, excluding so.6a aCres in Survey No. 8.283-a,3:6 and a.40o, leaving a net area of 3.s8 acres ais claimed by the above named applicants for patent. The location of this m;fne sf recorded In the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on page 575 in Book 3 of quartz lodes. The only adj ,ining claim Is on the east, survey No. 5,o37,Ferest Rose lode, William O. Speeet. applicant. GEORGE D. GRF.ENR. Register. JOS. IH. HARPER. United States Claim Agent. First pub.ication June 4, 11cE. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4a1 United State Lead O5.*,, Helena, Montana, May ip. sge. Niote eis hereby given that the Lee Mining & Milling company, a corporation existtag under the we of the state of Montana, by Ard B. ombue., r agent, whose pq Qe din J. o ute, Mrontaa, e as thla . tu eae o to an o pate fo I.f rts lane ebin ee t westerl end se . e t eat. romdT ovy aft f she afud Lode n am, ue whl e t ,AftE A E . stet . "Attorn o tuoated A t uno r Pnin esth l at. rson cou.ty, state of Montna des atO rvey No. keg, in Township a, gnrth of R e west, nude partcuat desribed L follows De elnnlng the northeast enrne, which is also Corner No. S of Survey No, 3..kJ, and a point in th .west end ein. of ,urvey No. 1ra t grni gtono set in the around, witnessld by nerl trees, end marked t4 lo es t orfenes o. Ifrom which the soothelst Corner oat ton 4, Township 4 north, Range 7 west bear not 1 i degrees b7 minutes weat 573,. feet, and running thenct soutrh r diegees west, loa feet; thence north degree o mint. ates east. is feetc thece south $7 aegrees west, .3 feet; thence south t degree no min. utes west, 600 feet; thence north yg degrees 4" minutes east, Iss tent thntee north I degree -o minutes east, o eet to the laee of begit nina contlining an area of tIn are . of whic .o e acres ate in confliot with Survey No. -d aolaimed by the above named pplicantr. ieh location of thi gltcim is of record in the rcorder's oner of eterson county, state ontarn, In h ook I of Lode Locations, or saout d499. he adjoining clain to these premlee. are Survey No. . o, Monitor lode, lot a a8qd -urvey No. wed, Syndl ate lode on the north and Survey No. dre, Silver King ode., lot fes, on the teat. GEORGE D. GREINE,c SAMUEI. DARKEhR, 71, Attorney for Appliant. (FTrst Publication, Maya. , tooa.) MINING APPLICATION NO, 4539. t'nlited States Land Office Helleua, Montana, June so, Rgoa. Notice is hereby given that Tohn Con nell and Daniel J. Henneasy, whose prost oflice address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1,476 linear feet, being 350 feet east erly and 1,1a6 feet westerly from discov ery shaft of the Bryan Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 16th day of June, ions, situated in Summit Valley, unorganized, Mining District, Sil vet Bow county, state of Montana, desig nated as Survey No. 6593, in Township 3 north, of Range 8 west, and being more particularly detcribed as follows, to-wit: Becginning at tihe southeast corner, which is also Corner No. 4 of Survey No. 23.t4, and a point in the west end line of Sur vey No. 1642, a granite stone set in the g ound, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked ;-65o., for Cornet No. s. from which the corner of Sections t, a, st and ta, Township j north, Range 8 west, bears touth 51 degrees 23 nminutes 'ast, 377 feet; and running thence nortlh o degrees 15 minutes west, i8 feet; thence north 89 tde grees 43 minutes west. 1.476 feet; thence south to degrees is minutes cast, 59g feet; thence north 83 de,,rees 37 minutes east, 1.454 feat to the place of beginning, con tainingt an area of 3.48 acres clainecd by the above-named applicants. The location of this claim Is of record in the recorder's office of Silvrr Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "R," on Page . I7 of l.ode locatlonr. The adjoining claims to these premises ate Survey No. |961, Tusty lode, Lot Sos, on the north; Survey No. 3642. Sooner lotlde, L.ot 426, on the east; Survey No. 23.4, Mill Side lod, Lot 345 on the south, and Survey No. Si5S, Minnie lode, on tihe west. FRAN . D. ,IRA'.E, kegister. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney tot aptfcants. (First publication June as, 3902.) NOTIlCE FOR PUBLICAIION, Department of the Interior, Land Office at Helena, M.~nt., July a1, 19o2: Notice is hereby given that the follow ing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to ms.a final proof in su,pport of his claim, and that said proof will be made before B. R. Stevenson, United states comntissloner at Fish Trap, Mont., on August 15. 19o., viz: Matt C'hristian. sen for '. Ei. No. 7656 for the southeast quarter Ef northwest quarter, northeast quarter of southwest quarter, lots a anm' ), Section 3o, Township a north, Ran;ts 13 west. Lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land. viz: George Groun, William II. Calvert, Ronry Tatreau, William Forest of Fish Trap, Mont. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. DEPARTMENT OF TIIE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. ticlena, Montana, April 12, p1or. Reports in duplicate, marked Exhibits A and B, having been filed in this office on the I2th day of April, tool, by the commissioners appointed for this land dis trict under an act of congress approved February 26, 1895, entitled "An act to provide for the examination and classi fication of certain mineral lands in the states of Montana and Idaho," as amend ed by the act of June 6, 19oo, showing the classification of lands within the land grant limits (or the indemnity land grant limits) of the Northern Pacific Railroad company, made by said commissioners from March 1, g9os, to March 31, 19or, both dates inclusive, as follows: By Comn missioner Watson Boyle. Unsurveyed Lands Classified as Mineral. Description No. 2. Beginning at the northwest cor ner of Section 5, Township I south, Range 6 west, and running thence west seven miles; thence south six miles; thence east nine miles; thence north so chains; thence west ao chains; thence north so chains; thence west 60 chains; thence north one mile; thence west 40 chains; thence north 40 chains; thence west 40 chains; thence north one mile; thence west 20o chains; thence north one mile; thence east so chains; thence north to the place of beginning. This description int tended to cover Township i south, Range 7 west, and Sections 7 ana so, west half and southeast quarter Section ag, Section 31, southwest quarter, and west half and southeast quarter of southeast quarter Sec tion 33, Township 1 south, Range 6 west, when surveyed. Notice is hereby given in compliance with the fifth section of said act that any person, corporation or cojn. pany feeling aggrieved by said classifil.a tion may, within 60 days after the date of the first publication hereof, file in this office a duly "verified protest against the acceptance of said classification, which pro test shall set forth in concise language the grounds of objection as to the particular (government subdivision of) land in said protest described," whereupon an order for a hearing shall issue. That portion of the report of the commissioners marked Ex. hibit B, is on file in this office and open to the examination of Interested parties. Notice is further here given that by the termsofsaid act of Pebruary a6, 89.5, 'thl.t as to the lands against the alassificat , whereof no protest shall have been fr * * * "the classification when appr. by the secretary of the i.terior, shall considered final, except In case of fraud. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register.