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ELK CREEK AND STREAMS IN VICINITY ARE RICH Said That Meagher County Claims Work ed for Placer-Three Miles of the Ground Is Patented. There will he sometlhinig doinbg in tihe rway of place'r lininii in Melagher county, this state. in a short time. The Rocky Mo utntainh It [ n. dn;tulnl(It , puLbhli(]0 d lto White Sulphur Splrilngs, that county. stays that Elk creek. a tributary of I 'a ana, whi"l coni.'s downr from the It)iuionld range. is one of ]Montalna's r li tint gulches. Slug gulch atn I1)imocrat gulch that yilcled their quotr.1 of gold in (859(-t7., art tributaries to Elk and Elk creek hars atld were worked suiccessft.lly for 2.1 year,. hut the miai n gulch ihas never been worked. It has Item pros pected with tlhafts and is known to con tini pay andt was surveyed and patented in n.tily days. About five ylears ago ira Allen rnrd ('hrist ;rahamt made i ai;rrratrnrgetrent with T)an Iloaglanrl. John Ilarston, de(cased, and \\'illitnn I,:lddiis to put in a hnihra'ck fltrlie inl the gulch at1I th .' t'n1 hiaver hern thus i tn.aged ' iner that da lte. 'I'hey are now ,i hi'dr c'k .r tilt a Ird .:2 inch ilitn1 and w ill i ono 11(1 111x t y)e:tar to wtash Ithe' li, Ih '11 ti h I hItIe is . .ron feet long a' ir is tr It h11iltukel arnl o:raly It n it. 11(11 ( r It' I atl'aliit . I lt1h ti r t Iiling, sidle 1liti h il ti1 ev l iythutn: IS nt'. lrni' ph'lte :;r thli flumiNe tltik ,.s bcdrock just whtrtI th' ;.:dlh I'begins t11 prospectI . 'There' : i tl lthrtc, , ' h s ,i' hr i athir d i rnt rll lro ill tIhe mgulh ;aho, v the lthm1 .., a .nd one mile Ce low f.r a ( li1. i:en \w\r .1,i have tlllhought year';'s ag 11 tlhird 1 I'Ia iiic 'try \wouilld pt;a s lit,. f't' thi- iro'ntl ins openr'id ready tort t\. kli. hn ,ut(h un,1 .rl i, tihe t ase. A nllult r oif tilh ol rit'in.i l olr. ell.r, h;Iave pIrisrled tI their rv i rt. r . k l tik 11t wa:r; irhtI t. U0 . :11, I it'll 1.11 . , 1 .m r J. . i. Ilartn,. Nhle f(' r .11 t'1 ' yvi 1' h;al ad :e a h imrl il t i t I ''1 e tn tin t ilt . i evhitable. Of tr , ,,1r(l" I , , owners 1)).m !lo.nlwlaoI ;(11111 r mntant. : 1111 i, h'aft' and 0,1ll1 pre 1t( i t lI n , 1l 0 ' , rm d t ye r u. 1I ,1 l nt11 1 f, il I ,, ti: . I I, r f, p. . h.ahly 1I11 h I't , I I1: 1 'I 1 , ' +t ,,( thle 111,10 .t oi , : '1 1,l ii II tll ri r1 I i it'11 l'lr I \v ' mII Si'. ' : , ,' it . r'tt t I ', It i' t i t r:, 1 fi , BIG CONSIGNMENT OF GOLD REACHES COAST Steamer Humboldt Brings Yellow Metal tl V\'atlue of $57.000 to Scattle- Rich Strtke Reported. A: 'tlh r ' -.......n .ic t l ri. t l of gi ol \wn'r -tit. l 1 i thil i lrlll'l'iulln, ainluli io tihe 1..1 . ., i1 i - r I .lht.'l .L.ltt l n th't I i.W01 1, ' . ýi, . r 'u'n't' ,lu hit. ' h, ixa, t g. itir- tu it ' . I or the .i tlh1i ' ..yi rgl', tiTr I' n b.N', Itu ti l I n o ti' e tli ar tit 4, :t t -, ( 1 ], ., b I cot .itgnsn 1 1 , $ . . t11 ', brimse f.r t! 1 1 mI,.. ."..'th n \\'ol, , of t.M i r, i.... IentI - tri: l 0.,,lI"t ' i o r a f indil . vt ii l ti r l tictn. . iii i le Iti Iire lckits N ai. orti't tr, n . iiti' new placer Ixrl, iit, ohiri cif ll r:e ic r it,1 0 til ay, . in the l (xc lir .triver vtallea . it ,t'I es ; that a ricn rtrkr w,, rec. n'ly mall s .ill the lir'tnner (;1l11 a lod that the first ,,',ount, r.'e ived at Valdesy, regarding the .Nazlina have been more than conltirmcl. L.athrop ,lroughlt a s1mal r;otunt of Nazinta t,1,ld dust which he secured at Valdes', 1i1 calnme rlro \'alles as far as Junleau ol the Pacific Packing & Naviga tion comwnpy's steamer Excelsior, which will reach plt today. The Excelsior sailed July 14 iron .lullall. QUICKSILVER PRODUCTION IN THESE UNITED STATES Statistics Concerning Industry in Various Parts of Country as Shown in Recent Reports. [Hrli " . . 14 IN 11.I( tOiI,'' %IN.] New York, July 26.-A Washington special to the Tribune says: The production of quicksilver in the United States in t1uot, as reported )y l)r. Joseph Struthers in Mineral Resources of the ' nited States, now in press, amounted to :0,7a7 flasks of 761/ pounds each, valued at $t,382.3o5, as compared with -8,317 flasks, valued at $1,302,586, in 190C0, an increase in quantity of 1,41o flasks and in value of $79,7io. To the total production during t19o Californii' contriuted 26,720 flasks; Texas, 2,9,12 flasks. ;nd ()regon, 75 flasks; and of then 26.7:, flasks of quicksilver produced in (California, the remainder being shippe l E-ast. There csas little variation at Sn Fran cisco in 9,ioi in the price of quicksilver, which ranged irno $46 to $tX a flask for 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.-tAt Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butte. domestic and from $44 to $415 a flask for export. lThe exports from Si,n Francisco il the year nlUlllted t0 51.137 flasks, valuel at $242,908. practically the entire quantit/ being shilpped to Mexico andl Ctctral Amnerica. Notwith.st:ulding the increased pirrodutction of I, io ilasks, the stock in sight unsohl on JiItanuary I, lryo, includ ing that at New York, was only a o30 flasks. In Califiornia two new mines have been added to the list of prodlucers, the Karl mine :ld the tilowrtal mine, bioth in San l.uis cObispo county. The largest pro duccrs were the New hlria, in San 1lenit' cllty; the Napa ( onsolidated, in Naiu county, nod the New Almaden, in Santa Clara county, the production of thesd hbe ing about requal. California has pro dtlced nearly all of the quicksilver oh, tainel in the United States, and in tihe 52 years since IR5o. inclusive, the grand total of (aliforlli.,'s production has alounltItd to 2,884.o01 flasks, of 75!'3 pounds net, an average of 36,231 flasks a year. ( I thi great amount, one Illille, the New Ahlimle,. has produced a little over 5, pter cenit. The' mining anrl smelting of quicksilver 're inl 'texas are tieing dlveltopedl at Ter lilliI;i. Brewster county, where pockets of t inna iar ore are foulnd, the ore being nined front ripen cuts. The ilmpoIts of quicksilver into the lld States amii Ouni' d to 1t,411 pound in hint. as conupa .vitlt ...616 pounds il, 101,,0. The exp of I icksilver im ,t $471,60 . a, s at! , ,t I ,172 Ilasks. vatlutedl at $4i. ,81i2 a1 ,o,. 'ulld against 16,517 flasks. val(ueirrat trV 1R6t , in 189. F o r the years 1848 , "1)e ,/ e= ad s ,n o the wothl's pIroduction of quicksilver amount. el respectively to 3,71)6 metric tons, 3.,521 tns an 1.-' i tllo . The t'nitedl States anI Spain were the largest prolducers, their outputi , leing retspctiveIly, for hie year 18 ,X, 1,17iT tons. alnd ,t)I6s tolns; for thie yta;r 18oi, . I, 157 tls; :11111 I,(it6 tolis, an I for thlie year I,ton , iX,1 tonls and 11.0 a toll1. COPPER COUNTRY EQUAL TO MICHIGAN REGIONS West Superior, Winconsin, Tracts Said to Promise Sensational Development in the Near future. I l' Itl . tl I 1 l :. . , li i . .1l \Nicw York, *ilily .i. -A \VW:,t Superior 1 i., -peciad to, Oih 'Pinew s.atys: pcr milningl di liitiiic . hais Lien thei r:un i of :I tow \ id, 1t" a. rchers for eoppl r in this regin. It Inow prllomises, ho-lwv' r, to he l 111 only i ulolnll i, I tll _r :l r ith n, thI , .lichl,,nil di .I=icls. \Vhile the ,,renit st :1lnllt 1llt of \\otk l is],s e't don, by \W e.tcrn ilpeop \ith h11 li m iti. 11 ii . ,i th .rti is noe.ll r ni. I t,, I.litve thIi t tlher \\ ill ,i on hi unu:1 1 11..h It I it v 1in p lii 'sit 11t the part of : ter r :1 t 1,' "lit, ' in.' . -t.; in c p illr ill ill i s1: ~o Ili ,h n t llll ll eI lil i' t'stl Til i. ,ll t,',i, ti ny Il ii ti pr ml'ise to tn ll iih lit v thal. Il t il li, lt i a I toi f 1i lit t,1i (of li t ~l :i l:i r Ill I- iiI , po lllt \\L hic h ilt re ,t," Itl . .,of tipi r , ,1 ll. other t.i ,t:l 1,. t noh.:u, t r.mery,, to thi city is tihe I)oigi - i- tacl ;e .1pn \hich ha\'e hern l rat';dr, <,'l:l pp r pIl p, rtic, so1l ill onse o ,hikh [t ,osm people hIa1v(" spent over $r.oo, ...m. 'Ihis is the in1, thai Th' maslnm W. L.:(oson of IAstotn has lately had ex pI,'ts ex:lining with a view of t(kiml up ill, tlc,,tvhlopu nt of one .1" the prol' i rtis. (',oppr. gold, silver and nickel are now folunI therc in large q1(::,lities. 'T'he. metalh funul in this g-roUp) asb,:|. $,I6 It the tun. lining Notes. Pro spectors have discoverct'd a vein of iron ore 38 feet wide in Mcagher county. It is between granite walls and has been traced 5,0oo feet. Those who have seen it say it is the largest and best vein of this calss of ore so far found within the con lines of the state. According to G. W. Armstrong the Sathno River Mining company has bought the War Eagle mine from W. A. Clark and the other owners, and has lifted the bonds on some claims adjoining the War Eagle. The purchase, if true, gives the Salnlonl colmpanly control of Peacock Mounttain, on which the War Eagle is lo cated. 'The comltpany ilow owins about 40 claims there and will develop them with a tunnel, which will have to be driven about 3,0oo feet to tap the ore bodies, and will cost close to $50,000. R. K. Neill, manager of the Kendall Gold Mining conpany's property near Ken dall, Fergus county, says the new mill of the company treated 4,800 tons of ore dur ing June and will crush about 7,000 tons this month. The ore now being worked all cotmes fromn above the loo-foot level and is of lower grade than that found inll the level below. The average value of the mre ab;ove the tomo is a little more than $5 per ton, but between 5o cents and $r per ton is lost in treating. The mill is now crusthimng ablout 300 tolls of ore (very 24 hours. l'he shaft has reached a depth of 250t feet. The lower 50 feet is inl ore of a much higher grade than that above. Mr. Neill expects that the Kendall properties will soon be turning out more gold than anly other gold mine inl the state. MITCHELL & TURNER Office o03 East Broadway. Phone, 217. Agents for: Worthington & Deane pumrps, Sullivan Machinery Co., Jeffrey msf'g Co., Phoenix Iron Works Co., Hen drie & Iolthoff Co.; Laidlow-Dunn-Gor don Co., A. Leschen & Sons Rope Co., Keystone Drilling Co. 'We carry in stock a full line of boilers, pumps, drills, etc. r ml1 ý 0I BIG POW-WOW AT TRACK TOMORROW COPPER SKINNED BRAVES ASSEMBLE FOR EXHIBITION UNDER CHIEF SOLOMONIKA LEVIHAHA. FOOT RACES, PONY RACES AND BRONCHO: BREAKING Big Chief Has Hung Up a Red Blanket and a Purse for the Fleetest Footed Braves-Parade Through the City This Evening to Show Butteites How Many Warriors There Are. Big Chief Sol I.evy, who has charge of all the Indiatis of this section of the coun try, will assemble his warriors at the race track tomorrow afternoon and have them dlo a few stunts for the delectation of the public. The grand aggrcgation of whoop cr ups will begin liusiness at 3 o'clock sharp and there will be Ino cessation until the red men or the public grow weary. The first thing the Indians will do will be a pretty good niumber itself-several SOL LEVY, 1 , Big Chief of the Butte Indian Pow-Wow. warriors will race for a bride. IIn view of the fact that the participants ibloug to dii'ercnt tribes. soice beinig C.rees, some L'hipplewa:s ;midl sine liithcads, the event will Iino douiii lbe inlerestliing, for it tllhre is any oil thing more tIhamin anothet r for hich anl In diian will rUin and do his level bc'.l It , Oin out, it iis a, l blushitng inidian liihn Ih re citill be llpuny races in which h t lithree tribe will partieipaite. There till lie a f:e halfhrclid thrIlowi inito th e I a iulll b1l d nei"er like.' We se. his ohi Il .'r dli ht' am i ini l1:: 1 is not as li ;lit isaivalge looking a, himselif. Foot Race for a Purse. " l hllol iig the h rli racei , a lulTlluer of iIh' u'-I glnth i :ii Willl ,l.a.nn. -trat tol the ;itlicic e wlc; t lthey od i do i in tle way of r nnti nI,, t oot. As ;iln idl i nl', ent fBor Ihei tlo mve w ithi tll pnsihle sp~eed, Chief S hlmionii will hbasi tip a red Iblaniket a; I1prse in front t ," t he uirand stand. Seu'iJl unroken holi;es aire to be ridlden byliv ie Shlow'ear lrothurs. cowboliys from away lb;ick. I hi boys have Ietli lbrought toi i.iite elspecially fur the occasion and will no d.i.t give. a t ioid peritornlance. All of the Indiniis whoi will take part ip the po-w-wow are noi.w in the city and will luradte the principal streetis this evenings. The red mien, in full regalia consisting o Vwar lonnet'ts, feathers, palint andl the miany other knick-knacks that coimpilete the hideousness of thlie tribes, will lbegin their imarch at 7:30 o'clock. 'Tl'here will be abouit 2Co in line. \'Yesterday the chief supplied thie Indians with 6o loaves of lread and a full assort iment of caninedl goods for camp use until the lpow-wow takes lplace, and also sup plied theimi with food for their iponies. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. Saturday and Sunday Exoursions. Basin and return . ........., .. Boulder and return ................ Alhaimbra and return ............. .oa" Good going Saturday and Sunday, re turning Monday. Basin and return .................$r o. Boulder and return ............. oo Good going and returning Sundays only. Ticket office, 41 North Main street and depot. Butte, Mont., May s; soo0. EVERYBODY IS GOING TO SALT LAKE WITH THIE ELKS. August 9th, roth and £ tth the Oregon Short Line will sell excursion tickets, Butte and Anaconda to Salt I.ake and rd turn, $t5.oo, limited for return to August 30th. This will be the last popular excur sion of the season to "Zion," and on ac count of the large number wishing to attend the National Conclave of Elks', and the many attractions offered in Salt Lake, special trains will be operated and tickets placed on sale three days so as not to overcrowd trains. Sleeping car accotmmodations should he reserved at on0ce. Short Line city ticket_ office, to5 North Main street, Butte, Mod tana. II. C. WILSON, General Agent. When Others Fail Consult the Yellek Doctors OUR METHODS 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 Irint. No physician is Justified in the use of newspaper space unless able to olcr and render a superior service such as cannot he obtained elsewhere. We wish especially to appeal to men who lhave been disappointed In the promisis held out by other doctors. We wish to impress upon them the' fact that our skill and superior methods justify us in men's diseases . making men's diseases bur 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 crpt your case the treatmeint given will be absolutely scientific and fully effective. Our method of curing Stricture is new :nl entirely original. No cutting or dilating. The stricture is dissolved and. c,,mplctely removed and all affected lnent Ir:nes thoroughly cleansed. VARICOCELE WEAKNESS Contracted Disease 'his' most prevalent of all So long as physicians Improper treatment of ouisases of men is also the continue along the old contracted diseases can most neglected, either lines of treatment of easily bring loss of power. throuh dread of the this disorder men will An examination reveals harsh methods of treat- continue to be disappoint- this very cause in a large sent comrmonly 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 that 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 w:ast, 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 varicoccle in hne week Iby a b n or m a I conditions ease we treat. The rem an absolutely painless pro- throughout the organs in- edies we cmploy are ccers. Our cures are thor- volved, and we do not fail knownl to ourselves alone ,uglr and absolutely per- in a single instance to re- and no other physician has mlanenlt, and are accom- store compete and perma- yet produced equally ilished without the cse of nent activity of all the prompt and thorough knife, ligature at caustic. functions. cures. L Our ljook, "L.ive All Your i .l A1 )J~ni,' will lie miiled free. It is an i ctivC treati tl~iat will l)Iove help fzl to afil itcd mcli.I Y.LL[K MEDICAL INSTITUTE N. E. Cor. W. Broadway and Montana, Butte LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS MINING APPLICATION NU. 4537. fjnlted State' Land Oice, He!lena, Mont.., May 24, 902. Notice is hereby given that lolin N. Kirk, Donat Dorais and Samuel D. Sum wait, whose postoffice addresses are Butte, Montana, and Martin Johnson, whose pstoffice address is Laurin, Mon tana, have this day filed their application for a patent for szos.x linear feet of the Frenchman No. 2 lode tmine or vein, bear ing gold, silver and other precion's metals, with sun face ground 600o feet in width, situated in S:nnrnit valley (unorganized) Mit ning district, county of Silver Bow, state of Moniana, and designated by the ficld- notes and official plat on file in this office as Survey No. 6518, in Town. ship 3 north, Range 8 west, of Montana imerilian, said Survey No. 6518 being de scriled as foilow-s, to-wit: PBeginning at Corner No. r, a point on the west end line of Survey No. 1413, and the sixth course of Survey No. 3572, a granite stone set in tile ground, with a wiound of earth alongside, and marked r-6518 for Corner No. r, from which the n,-utheast corner of Section Ii, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 4a dcgrces 33 minutes east 752.1 feet, and running thence south 60o degrees o6 min. ites west 120o5. feet; thence north s3 degrees 3-s minutes west 587.7 feet; thence syrth 6o degrees o6 minutes east saos.t ect; thence south 23 degrees 30 minutes east 587.7 feet to the place of beginning. containing an area of r6.i6 acres, of which 6.95 acres are in conflict with Sur. vay Nos. 3392 and 3572, not claimed, leaaing 9..a acres claimed by the above. named applicants, of which 4.06 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 51st, Inclu sive of o.o3 acres in conflict with Survey No. 3450. 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 Ipremises are: Survey No, 5151, Bordeaux Lode, anid Survey No. 3450, Lulu B Lode, on the north, Survey No. 1413, Manseville Lode, Lot 378 on the east, and Survey No. 3392, Terrace Lode and Survey Nao 3572, 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 2y, z9os.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4535l United States Land Office. Helene Montana, June 5, so.s, Notice is hereby given, that Joseph Wey erhorst, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed his application for a patent for i,Soa linear feet, being 388 feet westerly and ,rs12 feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Philadelphia Lode mining claim, tpon which a notice of in tentioni to apply for a patent was posted on the :..hlth day of May, xgoa, situated in Summit Valley, unorganized, maining dis. trict, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as survey -to. 6519, in Town. thip 3 north, of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: imginuing at the northwest corner, a point in the east end line of Survey No. vo49, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked i-6519 for Corner No. I, fromn which the 1% section corner on the north boundary of ecction 2o, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bers north 76 degrees as minutes, 45 sec onds west, 8,,ap.a feet; and running thence south 6 degrees 45 minutes east, 450 feet; thence north 81 degrees 45 minuteu eat, 229 feet; thence north 8o degrees 29 rlna. utes east, 1a272.5 feet; thence north 6 de grees 45 minutes west, 425 feet; thences south 8z degrees 38 minutes west ,5soo feet to the place of beginning, ;' ntaining an area of 15.a4 acres, of which o.3a acres are in conflict with the Annie Batten lode, uns irvcycd, not clair-m , leaving :4,82 acres claimed 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. --------- ~----~----- -- We offer conIsultation free, either at our oflice or by mail. and we are al ways glad to render any advice thflt may he helpful. All correspondnclce strict ly confidential. state of Montana, in hcok "w" of :.ode Locations, on Page i~. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 4129, Narro'v Gauge placer on the south; the Annte Batten Lode, unsurveyed, on the southwest; Sur vcy No. 5049, Henrietta Lode on the west. GEOs.GE D. GREENE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicant. (First Publication June 6, zoo:.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 453$. U. S. Land Oflice, Helena, Montana. June Ia. 1oo2. Notice is hereby given that Darby last. .ngs and John L. Neenan, whose post office address is B13tte, Montana, have this day filed their ap; !cation for a patent for 1,368.2 linear feet, being 3o00 feet westerly and i,o68.2 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. 9o2a, situated in Inde pendence, unorganiled, Mining District, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6514, in Town ship 3 north, of Range 8. west, and being more particularly desribed as follows: Beginning at the nCrthwest corner, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and marked 1-6524, for Corner No. I, from which the quarter Section Corner between Sections 23 and 26, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears north o degrees 31 minutes cast, 92a.6 feet, and running thence south 78 degrees 46 minutes east. 1356.s feet; thence south o degrees 16 minutes east, 602 feet; thence north 76 degrees 26 minutes west, 1368.3 feet thence north o degree :6 :minutes west, 545.2 feet to the place of beginning, omn. tainitg an area of :7.3o acres, of which 1.39 acres are in conflict with Surveq No. 3064, inclusive of s.aa acres in conflict with Survey No. 382a, not claimed, leav ing 16.11 acres claimed, of which 26.o6 acres are in coniflict with Survey No. 382t, exclusive of Survey No. 3064, and inclu. sive of 9.86 acres in Conflict with Survey No. 3863. The location of this e:ail is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow rounty, Montana, in Book "P," on Page 473 of lode locations. The adjoining claimn to these premises are Survey No. 3064, Aurora Borealis lode, on the north, Survey No. a8a6, 'lle placer, Lot 98 on the east. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register, (First Publication June s3, 9go0.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 45a9. United States Lane. Office, Helena, Mon. tana, June 3, 9oo2. Notice is hereby given 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 1:451 linear feet, the same being for 41a feet in a westerly and 1,039 feet in an easterly direction from the point of discovery on the Wedge lode mining claim, situated in Summit valley (unorganized) mining district, Sil ler Bow county, Montana, the position, course, and extent, of the said mining claim, -saignated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6,533, Township No. 3 north, Range No. 7 west a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 23d day of May, s9po, 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, 8xxoxao inches, :6 inches deep, marked 1-6533 for corner No. z, from whence the northeast corner to see. tion 7, fractional township 3, north range 7 west, bears south 6 degrees 47 minutes cast, 1,728 feet and runninig thence north za degrees 50o minubts east, 347 feet to the northeast corner No. a, thence south 73 degrees 45 minutes east, 1,450.5 feet to the nertheast corner No. 3, thence south 1a degrees 50 minutes west, 43. feet to the southeast corner No. 4, thence north 70 degrees 46 minutes west, 1,457 feet to Corner No. I and place of beginning. Con taining an area of :2.80 acres, excluding :o.62 acres in Survey No. a,233-3,3r6 and 2.403, leaving a net area of 2.18 acres as claimed by the above named applicants for patent. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on page 175 in Book B of quartz lodes. The only adjlining claim Is on the east, survey No. 5,o37,Forest Rose lode, William O. Spebet, appRlieat. GEORGE D. GREENE. Register, JOS. H. HARPER, United States Claim Agent First pub.ication June 4: oa.2 MINING APPLICATION NO. 45s United States Land Ole., Helena, Montana, May ., tpa., Notleo is hereby glive that the Leo Mining & Milling company, a corporation existing under the laws of the state of Montana. by Alfred B. Rombaus1, its agent, whose poet. of.ee addlre is Butte, Montana has this dsp led Its ppli, on for a patent for 1,.u9 linear fee't, beinloo fet weaterl an fLet It. r~ frlom dilcoyvey shlft o the Mud . Lode Mniung elaim, upen wlll a notto oS inten. t eapply .ar a patent was posted on the Scionae¶ . A. D. spaof situated in an sunor o a, minin distrt. fleron ount, state of Montane, designated as eurvey Nty otan, in Township , north of Range west,. beinsý more paOrtlelarly described au followe Ble~o nnla n a the northest enner, whlch iI so orner Noo. D .v N o. and poitl In the west end lne l ;urveysNo. atno a granite stone set in roun wtnssed b bearing trees, in the m roked 16a for .orn No. 1, from which te sothest Coer o Section P Township 4 north, Rlange west north i dres 7 minutes west, 7371 feet, and running thence south degrFees west, es feet; thence north t degree mln utes east, sao feet% thence south 87 aegres west, UI feet; thence south i degrse s min. utes west, 6lo feet; thence north 78 degrees t minutes east, lsSe feet; hence north i degree Iq minutes aet, So reethto the place of beginn ning1 contlning nln area of itt8 acres, of whici .o acres ael in conflict with Survey No. so, olemed by the abshove named applicant, The loation of this elcim is of record In the recordar's of ce of Jeferson county, state At Montana, in Book I of Lode Locatinas, on P eadd m caninl clim to these premIses are n e Survey o. o Mo itor lo. lot os Survey No. jý, Synditr iate osl on the noth and urve Silver ing od, lot . , on the crast. GEORGE B. GREENE., SAMUEl. nARKER, JR., Regwsters Attorney for Applicant. (First Publication, Mlay an, zoos.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4539, I'nlted States Land Office, I-elena, Montana, June 2o, 1go0. Notice is hereby given that 'ohn Con nell and Daniel J. iilennessy, whos post office address is Butte, Montana, have this dclay filed their application for a patent for 1,476 linear feet, being 350 feet east erly and 1,126 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, son. t ituated in Summit Valley, unorganizea, Mining District, Sil ver Bow county, state of Montana, desig nated ato Survey No. 6593, in Township j north, of Range 8 west, and being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Begiining at the southeast corner, which is also Corner No. 4 of Survey No. 1234, aind a point in the west end line of Sur vey No. 1642, a granite stone set in the g ound, with a mound of caitli alongside, anti marked 1-6593 for Cornet No. i, from which the corner of Scctioas t, a, at and t2, ''owistilp 3 nlorth, Range 8 west, bears south l5 degrecs 23 minutes 'ast, 377 feet; andt rnning the-.cc nortL to degrees at minutes west, a8 fcct; thence north 89 de grces 41 minnutes west, 1,476 feet; thence s tiuth io degre- 15 minumtes cast, to: feet; thence northl 83 derecs 37 minutes cast, 1.454 fe :t to the pir.ec of beginning, con taining an area of 3.S acres claimed by the above-named applicants. The location of this clain Is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "R," on P'age 317 of I.ode Iocatloni. The adjoining claims to these premises ate Survey No. 1y63, 'Tltuy lode, Lot 5o5, on the north; Survey No. 1642, Sooner lode, Lot 426, on the east: Survey No. 1234. Mill SiIce lodt Lot 345 on the south, oand Survey No. 5115, Minnie lode, b, the west. FRANc. D. MLRA'.-E, S Aegister. SAMUEL PARKEIR JR., Attorney toc alpiatcants. (First publication June v 5, 190o.) NU'lIiCE FOR rU.DLrCA''ION. I)epartmc t of the Inlerior, Iand Office at Ilclena, TMrat., July 12, 19go: Notice is hereby gi\cen that the follow ing-named settler teas filed notice of his illtcntion to Imt., fital proof ill Stll~iort of his claim, and that said proof will be made before 13. R. Stevenson, rUnited States comntiesloner at Fis.h lrap, Ment,, on August 15, i1)02, viz: Matt Christian scn for F E. No. 7656 for the southeast quarter of northwest quarter, northeast quarter of southwest quarter, lots 2 anm' j, Section jo, 'Township a north, Rany 13 west. Ie names the following witnesses to prove his cotltinuous residence upon and cultivation of said lanl, viz: George Groutn, \Villiam H. Cal"ert, Hlenry Tatreau, William Forest of Fish Trap, Mont. FRANK D. MIRACL.E, Register. DEPARTMENT OF TIlE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Helena, Montana, April 12, Igor. Reports in duplicate, marked Exhibits A and B, having been filed in this office on the 1ath day of April, Igor, 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, sgoo, 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 r, 1901, to March 31, 1901or, both dates inclusive, as follows: By Com missioner Watson Boyle. Unsurveyed Lands Classified as Mineral. Description No. a. Beginning at the northwest cor ner of Section 5, Township 1 south, Range 6 west, and running thence west seven miles; thence south six miles; thence east nine miles; thence north 20 chains; thence west so chains; thence north so chains; thence west 6o 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 20 chains; thence north to the place of beginning. This description in. tended to cover Township I south, Range 7 west, and Sections 7 ann 19, west half and southeast quarter Section 29, Section 31, southwest quarter, and west half and southeast quarter of southeast quarter Sec tion 33, Township I south, Range 6 west, when surveyed. Notice is hereby given; in compliance with the fifth section of said act that any person, corporation or com pany feeling aggrieved by said classifica tion may, within 60 days after the dlat of the first publication hereof, file: in this office a duly "verified protest a':ainst the acceptance of said classification, which pro test shall set forth in concise language thei 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 13, is on file in this office and open to the examinatio of interested partiss. Notice is further here given that by the termsofsaid act of February 26, I95, "that as to the lands against the classification whereof no protest ishall have been flied" * * * "the classifi'ation when approved by the secretary of the interior, shall he considered final, except in case of fraud." GEORGE D. GRERIRN, Register.