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OREGON IS TO BE
ON HAND IN FORCE PORTLAND MAY MAKE AN EFFORT TO SECURE SESSION OF MINING CONGRESS FOR 1903. COO.RADO SPRINGS AND LOS ANGELES AFTER IT Contest Will Be Lively and When Three Towns Get to Bidding for Big Meeting -Exhibits Are Pouring in From AlII Parts of the State and Cases at Co lumbia Will Be Taxed to Capacity. (iregon will he present in force at the Jtterrtationail Miningti conigress. It lhas btet decided that a full delegation Kill be sent frot that state and that they will bring with them a splhndidl exhibiti of ores. T'his mny ton;eatlhat lPortland ill Ie a candi date fir the nei t mutnoing of the icon.gress. 'te lprolbable other candidates ter this hlonor are I.. Angelesh, California, aid Coloradoi Slprints, Itolorado. Secretary Mhai' n today rt f(u.d to disttoss the proba le tihantts iol flly of the cities which C ing.ri s an;I it .utill lie tlt.ibecuting ll it te ito take sides for or against iany llact, and I 1ido not care to Ie quoiitcdl is lha iitg Said any thing aboutll l it." Will Probably Compete. While it is known positively that (Colo ratle. Springs mill make an attempIt to s. ttre the tiliii s. for lixt year, the gen iral iinpre.' intt is that that city will Ido so and as ( oloradio nevtr does things by halve,. it is c r tainl that tihe abile tcligatiint tfiom thalt statle till be prIesent antd tnake lively times int the support of their city. At Ihe last ni ticing of thei coneress, a rconniittir was appointed toi draft by-laws tnd a (i-intituliion anid hltile they have not yet u.tbmnilttd their report it is tul dt rt-iod that it is i.uw in jicourt of pit pa ration anti will siry likely bte sulmitted the tirst day. or pIi-bly to the sitreta;ry (tit e bhilit"..,It now daily arriving for, anl othl rs interest',I in the mtining di'. trits ;ts t- kuint a lt tlaibhle ant active in tir t-t it Ite te shit it. It is noi w cerltain that the exhitit at i ,lhun hia I;;,rd ens Kill It ui i v ry It "iput t ,tp 'riur to attythling of the kind ctsr g.tilie.e biefore tigtthurt in tht atit. Still the Names Pour In. N. . t, of 41, lt'.3 ta, \s ho have la wn ap ptutcd to the con rts t..eivcd today ifol luws: Appointsi, l Iy Ion. ,,ert M. l.aFol lette, goitnour of \Visconin: W illiam 11. ilarris, (;:l.en , I11.; Jamtes Mc(;ee, ('arl E. llil, rt, Milwaukee, Wis.; Philip Allen, Jr., C harles- Me llhonu, Mineral Point; (George I. ( )rlput, A\rtihutr Kopp, I'lattsville Madisonl ; r lerm ii ;rotophirst, BiaraIboo; hichard 'Itll, 'lateville; F"enwiek Coult hard. New igtins; John M.' V\rocthota, 1.a ( ro e, ; F. C. lil,,ell, Fond (ili [acc; J honm ; l]ardnn. .\,hland ; R ichard K e ., iudtly. I ighla : JlIersonl (r'rt i 1 ,I Iztiel rtltu ; lIt hry Raggt, J. W. V Ml Lan' hlitn, Iinto : lThotas W illiams, laztel urt it : R. It I.uthe y, t 'ubl a ('it ; . tnnr. W . .Mh i t, llh . .. i\'illia ,nl,. Ilatter il, l ; Ilontinr, ]'t i', Ili homas J. lIaw. Shulls Iturg; t;ieorg l . \ \'.ttcn, New Ii. ing.s; A1. J. Res:,m. Maditon; Frank I. Kipp, Kirby ThIa , J. ,. tArno std , \alter it ow Attr. k Lkont Serbut Ar; Reuat led RichardsWith i'lteville. Appoits by ln. Frenry Troops.Mcride, Rovlernor of \ialhingtn--: Jostiph Mer chant, Walla ic\\'.aa; iFrd tcxinvger, Sc-e attle. Appointed by Iln. ii. K. iToole,i i tovernor otf Montanae : Ik r. nIl. S. Reir art, Anal. conda. Appointed by W. I;. olrgei, malyor ref Billing, Mont.n : P, t. I lMos, ('hrisitian Neger, Paeul McCormick, John 1). tli oe Appointed by J. M. Pcarson, mayor of cKinney, T tx.: lion. Ell . W. Kirkipat argeyick, McKiley. AppL umboited y uffao Merchants' o. <hange, fl'falo, N. Y.: Volnely P. ine, ll Knds olo. SHANS ARE UP AND OUT AGAIN Rttack Lakon but Are Repulsed With Loss by the French Troops. fIl A O. A In I t i rut ss.] P.i:npl.k, Augu ,t i.--(;reat anxiety pi, vails here because no ttlegramts have L tn received front 'urom plans the Notth since nine days alto when the Shahs The telegraph line is open. Spfcial re oprts are reassuring. French tfroos, after reported the Shans were defeated with a loss of 2o0. The danger is believed to be Ovr and tl AIlrzcpeans are Ill, olustted 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 tclicit your trade.lA,' Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butte. Mining News MAYFLOWER MIINES MAY PROVE THE REAL THING Idaho Man Has Organized Company With a Capital Stock of $600,000 to Work the Proposition. A. \\'ilson, of Martin, Blaine county, Idlhn, is in Blutte for the prlpose of se curinig two or three good iten to engineer the developlenii t of the property of the Mayflower Mining company, located about 6n miles from Itlackfoot uill 40 miles from McKay. the terllminus of a braclh of the ()regin Short Iine railrond. Mr. Wilson says' the companlly wna nr ganized bIy him iullher the laws of Idahn and has a spleldid mineral shaming. "I discovered a:,i lIcited the pIroperty, which coll tpries1 live tc;iiis, thrltee years ago," said he, "but found the task of openiiong it up too great for one iman of limited Ime-lls. So I (organiedI the companlly, tile officters if which are: P'resilent, \V. D. (;arlock. of Iloise; vice prsidhent' , . L. Tracy, of ( tgd.el l; secretary. II. Mason.l of Naimpa; ters.,usrer, II. E. Neal, of Iotie. "The company is capitailized for $6ou, o,. in shareis of $1 each iand has no in debltehdnss. Th, dei velnp.Cent of the claims tonsisls of a tunnel .15n feet long, which hIrs eit two veins at a depth of 4o fi (t, ' li he iormalion is lp rphyritic awel the dir, cion of the mtintral :one northwest atd oil l(thcast. ()il(- of the veiii is tlhi bearin.g aid the other silver hearing.. 'I lle formeri is 4, feet wide and ie's Valve of $7.,1 ill gohl and ,35 ounces of silver. 'lhe ore o. f the s.ilver vein i (gices i turn of .!6 ountcs ini silver and a few d1lthns in g.,,l. '"1he ( omplliy i.i ,ow putting ili it five stamp Imill with which to prospect its ground iiI expectvls to hiave it in opera tion next week. About $.K.,u has been taken from the propenhy. It is the inteln tion of the compaiy to have the larger part of its ire treated ait the Mackay siueter, .hich will bic in opera.tion early Iit vt 1m b11. "It is niy opiuion that when devel'hend the .\layflhw'rc group w.ill blie ione of th: Iie-it proiducers of the, west. The lstok is listIed oni the Iiise .1Mining stock ex ichanige." ( Screenings. W'ickes, August 15. Residents of \\ ilckes Icileve that the visit of J. J. Ilill anid party to )this sectiio means that the railroad imagmite will soon take hold of some oi f tite minin properitii s inl which he is itleresteid anlld develop thalt. )oin l)avenport, wish hhols the Ken woodi (' ppeariine near I elena tinder hoil, will soon begin work oil the prop 'rty, so lie has informed s.m,ici of the owners. Ulnder the terms of the agree cilnt with the ownlilrs Mr. Dlavenport mulst Legii work lbefore ()c.iter I to escape fur feiting the bond. lie says hlie intelnds to do so. 'The proiprtly is bondelld for two ycars fr. o la Julile. Alexander Ma, kel, Ieter Breen and Joe Flaheitty rcturned yesterday from a trip to the proplirty of the Sure Shut Placer Min 'ing company near Norris, Madison county. .\lr. Mackel says the company is int miniing at iprei sent, built is preparing to turn a few million yards of gravel next ecar. It is now building a sawmsll and PUT POOR CIGARS INTO FINE BOXES THEN SELL THEM FOR THE REAL ARTICLE-NEW YORK MAN UNDER ARREST FOR PRACTICE. [lvY ,s.i aIAth eD liii .S.] New York, August i5.-Morgan Mar shall, a cigar manufacturer of the city, has been held in $.,5o00 bail by United States Colmmissioner Shields on a charge of violating the internal revenue laws, relative to destroying stamlps oni cigar boxes. The internal r-ventue oLlicers learned recently that some one was buy ing empty cigar boxes fromn clubs, cafes and hotels where eXlpensive cigars were used. If they were for imported goods and in good condition, front five cents to a dollar each \ias paid for the boxes, pro viding the stamlps were not destroyed, as required by law. As in clubs and cafes cigars are served oil trays, the clerks and the stewards have every opplortunity to preserve the boxes in good condition, Marshall denied his guilt. According to persons well informed about the cigar trade, there are factories in this city and at Key \Vest which make "stuffers" or cheap cigars to take the place of high-priced and imported cigars. It is said that many of the best (hihs and hotels are hfloed w\ith these cigars, which ican be piurchased fjor $7o a thou MANHATTAN ELEVATED MEN DENOUNCE THE AGREEMENT Say They Gain Nothing in Compromise by Which Threatened Strike Re cently Ordered Was Averted. New York. August i5.-That the fire men emp.lyed by the Manhattain Elevatii;t Railway comlpany are inot satisfiedl with the agrclllemlent beteen the grievance coin Inittee andl the coiiunttee \whercly the threatened strike isas averted, was evi dcnccd by the fact that Just-in-Time lodge No. i , of the birotherhlooid f L ocomo tive Firemen, at a meeting last night, re fused to ratify the agreement. According to the president, II, It I'in ney, another meeting will be held in two weeks to further discuss the matter. Somie of the nmcimhers of the lodge said the agreement, as presented, did not do any thing for them, and did not even binil the company to retain them in its employ. fencing its ground. By spring everything will be in readiness for a run. Bonanza is the name of a new mtining camp located about Io miles from Wisdom, near the Big Hole river. A group of claims there has been bonded to W. E. Sanders of lHelena for $6q,ooo. There are six clainms in the group. Several IButte men are figuring on getting hold of a group there known as the Franklin Stant property. Stant owns the ground w;d is crushing some of his ore in an arastra. It averages about $85 per ton lh goll. Frank Pilling received yesterday an other retort of gold from the property of the Suniay Minining company, which ad joins the Royal Gold, in Granite county. It was valued at about $.,5oo. The retort was the result of a two weeks' run, a;,d is the seventh turned out of the mill within the last two or three months. The yellow "boy" was sent to the United Stahes assay onice in Flelena last night. In addition to the retort, a carload of first-clas ore, ore too rich to be worked at the mill, wia also received and sent to the Colorado astelter for treatment. The company is now imak ing money, thie two last retorts alone eillng worth about $4,3300. Frank hlitter, formerly deputy in sp.ltlor of lmines for Montana, is Iback fromn 'ulorado, where he went a ·hort timlie ago for the purpose of exatullillg i nil ning ground. While there hI vis ited the coal mines of Rout county, allol says they are wonderful in tC, llt. "'I lire is coal enough in that set tIi," says he, "to supply the West for a long time to come. It is anthracite, and is of a better iquality than that of Pennsylvania. It is lily opinionl that the product of those minelts call be shipped into Butte at a cost to the consuimer of not more than $5 per toll." Frank Jontes, a partner ot the Ianieils brotllers in some mniing operations l.ear !)alielstille. Deer lodge county, has suhs pcnded work on one of the promlli.ing Imineis of the district. A batch of ore was shlipped fromi the property a few days ago, and it is claimed that the ret ins were Inot very flattering. It is said t vein is 40 feet wide and that the ore wll average fromi $Si to $2o per ton in gold, which is not enlouIgh to arrant its shiipmucnt. \\ith a mill near the mine, however, it woiidd te better than a mint. A. P. IlaItou. secretary and treasurer of the Montana Copper & Goldl Mining coit pany. the property of which is located in the Stone cr.ek district of Beaverhtead coullnty, says the suspension of work oil the companly's claims is only tenlporary; that whent work is resumed, which will be in a short time, heavier machinery will be used and a deterlinc ed ffort made to reach the I)bodies of copIper ore which it is believed lie dteeper than the present workingsI. The veinl has h)eti. crossetit at a depth of 265 feet, which is not below the point of oxi dation. J. A. C. Freund of Salt Lake has just completed an in.spection of the oil fields of Sllallhorn canyon, Beaverhead county. lie says that Gallagher basin is the best place to sink i well and Lovell hasin comes next on the list. Mr. Freund has had vast experience: in the various oil fitelis of the country and is qualified to talk oil or oil land. It is his opinion that a great lielt of oil traverses this ptart of the country and extetnds into Alaska. If his theory is correct the Butte men who are putting money into the fields of Kintita lake', will get a run for their cash, as they are right in line. SALOON SMASHERS ARE SUED Made Kindling Wood of a Joint and Will Have to Pay $500 for It., Illv a.su IAi:I, einI ss.] Topeka, Kan., August 15.--Sdin time ago the citizens of Norcatur, Kati., organ ized and demolished a joint in that town. The fixtures were shattered into kindling wood and the stock of liquor poured into the gutter. A iMissouri lirewing company claims to own the property and brings suit against 40 menmbers of the society for damages of $5,io. The jutdge held that the fixtures and liquor were legal property and entitled to protection. lie gave the brewing colt pan;y judlgment for $3Jo. The citizens who were defendants in the case have ip. pealed to the supreme court. Dowieite Commits Suicide. [Ill Asso'IAl ci i e 'ESS.] Clhicago, August Is.-Deacon W. A. Starrett, a disciple of John Alexunder Ilowie, has coummitted suicide by t.king laudanuml at a hotel in Waukegan. No cause is assigned. Beach & Bowers' Minstrels. The first appearance in this city of 1h .ch & IHowers' minstrels drew a large criwd of theater-goers to the Seattle theater lant night to witness the initial performanlc of the aggregation, The large audience haild no reasoin to be dlisalppointed with the en tertainlment, which easily surpasses that of mIllany other traveling minstrel companies in humor and originality.-Seattle (Wash.) Daily Times. This compnany will show here, under can vas, Friday and Saturday evenings, August r l anl 16, at the corler of Jackson nim Diam nll streets. The Montana State School of Mines' third year begins Tuesday, September g, 1oo2. For catalogues and terms address School of Mines. Butte, Montana. * GREAT NORTMHE.N rAILWAY. Saturday and 6unday Excursions. Basin and return ............... $ SO Boulder and return ............ x o Alham!,ra and return .. Good going Saturday and Sunday, re. turning Monday. Basin and return ..............$I oo Boulder aind return ............ Good going and returning Sundays only. Ticket office, 41 North Main street and d utte, Mont.. May s5 coos. YELLEK DOCTORS eure RII Chronlc Diseases of Men and Women. N. E. Corner Broadway and Montana Streets. CA NCEROUS U L C Are Inmany respects like other ulcers or sores, _ -- and this resemblance often proves fatal. Val uable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal the sore with washes and salves, for the germs of Cancer that are multiplying in the blood and the new Cancer cells which are constantly developing keep up the irritation and discharge, until at last sharp shooting pains announce the approach of the eating and sloughing stage, and a hideous, sickening can cerous sore begins its destructivework. In February, 1S0, I noticed a small No ulcer or sore can exist without lump on my lower lip. The doctor can. some predisposing internal cause that terised it but another oame and broke has poisoned the blood, and the open outl ito an open ore. I began to take discharging ulcer, or the festering . i.he plac.nd I hled entire ly and no sore on the lip, cheek or other part signs of the diase have beeoon seen of the body will continue to spread since. W. P. Brown, Hollands, S.0. and eat deeper into the flesh until the blood has been purified and the Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation. S. S. S. cleanses the blood of all decaying effete matter. It has great antidotal and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poisons and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood is J .carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process begins, the discharge ceases and the place heals over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is a strictly vegetable blood purifier containing no mercury or mineral of any description. It you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind, write us about it, and medical advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other diseases of the blood will be sent free to all who desire them. TNIE dWirT aPECIrIc CO., Alanta. Qa.. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Offte, Helena, Mon. tana, July 1r, 190o. Notice is hereby given that George Groun of Fish Trap, Montana, has filed notice of intention to make proof on his Desert-Land Claim No. 6991, for the north half of the northwest quarter of Section 4, Township a north, Range 13 west, before B. R. Stevenson, United States commis sioner, at Fish trap, Montana, on the 15th day of August, 190o. Also, that William H. Calvert of Fish Trap, Montana, has filed notice of in tention to make proof on his Desert-Land Claim No. 5850 for Lots s and a, southeast quarter of the northeast quarter, and the east half of the southeast quarter of Sec tion 5 ; southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, and northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 4, and the northeast quarter of the northeeast quar ter of Section 8, Township I north, Range 13 west. They name the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and re clamation of said lands:. GEORGE GROUN, WILI.IAM H. CALVERT, JOHN ANDERSON, OLLIE CHRISTIANSEN, MATT CHRISTIANSEN, of Fish Trap, Mont. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Regist.. DESERT LAND. FINAL PROOF, United States Land Office, Helena, Moon. tana, July 7, 19os. Notice is hereby given that Frederick W. Dickle, of Dewey, Mont., has filed no tice' of intention to make proof on his desert-land claim No. 5856, for the south half of southeast quarter, Section i , northeast quarter of northeast quarter, Section 14, and west he.lf northwest quar ter,Section 13,Township I north, Range 1a west before B. R. Stevenson, United States commissioner at Fish Trap, Mont., on the aith day of August, 1goa. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and recla mation of said land: Francis L. Ralston, William A. Ralston. Frank Powell, Benja. min Osborn of Dewey, Mont. FRANK D. MIRACLE, - Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Initlror, Land Office at Helena, Mont., July Ia, s9oa: Notice is hereby given that the follow ing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to maks nnal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before B. R. Stevenson, United States commissioner at Fish Trap, Mont., on August 15, 19go, via: Matt Christian. sen for Y, E. No. 7656 for the southeast quarter of northwest quarter, northeast ouarter of southwest quarter, lots a and V, Section o0, Township a north, Ranrs 13 west. Ife names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, via: George Groun, William II. Calvert, Henry Tatreau, William Forest of Fish Trap, Mont. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. PROPOSALS WANTED. Cealed proposals will be received by the Trustees of School District No. I of Sil ver Bow county, Montana, up to 5 o'clock p. in. of the 26th day of August, 19o02, for the erection and completion of a twqctory brick school house, to be erected on lots 15, 16, 17, 18, block o10, Kemper addition to the city of Butte, Montana, and to be in full accordance with the drawings and specifications therefor, as prepared by W. A. O'Brien, architect. Drawings and specifications can be seen at the office of the clerk of the school board. Proposals must be addressed to Thomas Richards, School Clerk, and marked, "Pro posal for Building School House," and must be accompanied by a certified check in the amount of One Thousand ($z,ooo) dollars, as evidence of good faith on the part of the person making such proposal. Checks made payable to the order of Henry Muellcr, president of school board, and shall be forfeited to School District No. r, Silver Bow county, Montana, in case the party to whom the contract is awarded, shall refuse or fail to execute a contract and bond for building said school house, in accordance with said drawings and specifications. Trustees reserve the right to reject any and all bids, HENRY MUEI.I.R, Attest : President. T. RICIIARDS, Clerk. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. Butte, Montana, July 25, Ispod. Notice to the following stockholders of the North Pacific Gold Placer Mining company. That unless your assessments due and unpaid are not settled on or before August 26 the same will be sold to the highest bidder on that day at to a. m., at the company's office, 3o West Broadway, Butte, Montana. Mrs. S. M. Driggs, assessment 85 to 97 and aa2 to 285, 31,a27 shares, $a6o. E. M. Rising, assessment 137 to 149, 17,800 shares, $S2o. W. C. Brand, assessment. 214, 0o,ooo shares, $80. Ed D. Green, assessment Iso to aop, 46,000 shares, $240. Henry St. Ange, assessment 300, 3o0 and 303, 6.ooo shares. $3o. Jo La March, assessment 303 and 304, 6,ooo shates, $30. By vote of the stockholders at a called meeting of the stockholders held at the company's office at 7:3o p. mn., July 24, 2902. Attest: J. CHAUVIN, Secretary. NOTICE OF SALE. In the District Court of the Second Ju dicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow: In the Matter of the Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased: Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an order of sale made and en. tcrcd by the above entitled District Court on the 31st day of March, A. D. o902, in the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, the undersigned, the ad ministratrix of the said estate, will sell at public auction, subject to confirmation by said court, the following described real property, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth (!a) interest in and to the Nora lode claim, situated in Silver Bow County, Montana, and which is designated in the United States Land Office at Helena, Montana, as Lot No. Two Hundred and Eighteen (a18), Township Three (3), north, Range Seven (7) west. Said sale will be made on Saturday, the 30111 day of August, 1902, at two (2) o'clock p. in. of said day, at the door of the Court House of the above entitled court on West Granite street, in said Silver Bow County. Montana. Terms of said sale are for cash, ten per cent (to per cent) of the bid payable at the time of the sale, and balance upon confirmation of said sale by the court. ALICE ROACH, Administratrix of Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4534 11. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana, June sa, zoos. N tice is hereby given that Darby Hast .asgs and John L. Neenan, whose post office address is Butte, Montanp, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1,368.2 linear feet, being 300 feet westerly and ,0o68.2 feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Dasle Lode Mining Clainm, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 17th day of February, A. D. so90 situated in Inde. pendence, unorganized, Mining District, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6534, in Town ship 3 north, of Range 8 west, and being more particularly desaribed as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and marked 1-6524, for Corner No. s, from which the quarter Section Corner between Sections 23 and a6, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears north o degrees 31 minutes east, 9s2.6 feet, and running thence south 78 degrees 46 minutes, east 1356.1 feet; thence south o degrees 16 minutes ea.st, 6oa feet; thence north 76 degrees a6 minutes west, 1368.2 feet, thence north o degree 16 minutes wet, 545.? feet to the place of beginning, con taining an area of s .So acres of which 1.39 acres are in conflict with Survea No. 8o64, inclusive of I.aa acres in conflict with Survey No. 3822, not claimed, leav ing 16.1 acres claimed, of which z6.o6 acres are in tontlict with Survey No. 38as, exclusive .f Survey No. 3064. and inclu. sive of 9.86 acres in conflict with Survey No. 3863. Th.e location of this eaise is of record in thd Recorder's office of Silver Bow rAunty, Montana, in Book P," on Page 473 of lode locations. The adjoining claintr to these premises are Sttrvey No. 3064, Aurora Borealis lode, on the north, Survey No. s8a6, "'lie placer, Lot .98 on the east. GEORGl D. GREENE, Register, (First Publication Junoe s, izo0.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undcr signed administratrix of the cstate of Richard Morrison, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said admilnistratrlx at tihe office of the Thompson Co., z5 West Broadway, Butte, Mont., the same being the place for the transaction of the busl. ness of said estate, In the County of Silk ver Bow, State of Montana. CATHERINE MORRISON, Adminihtrairix of the Estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Dated Butte, Monana, his 4th day of August, 790o. MINING APPLICATION NO. 433g. tlnited States Land Oflfce, IHelens, Montana, fune so, 90po. Notice is hereby given that 'ohn Con. nell and Daniel . Hennessy, whose post office address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 2,476 linear feet, being 35o feet east erly and 1,1a6 feet westerly from discov ery shaft of the Bryan Lede Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was post.kd on the t6th day of June, spos. situateld in Summit Valley, unorganisea, Mining District Sil ver Bow county, state of Mosntana, desig. nated as Survey No. 6593, in Township 4 north, of Kange 8 west, and ewing more particularly .escribed as follows, to-wits Beginning at the southeast corner, which •is also Corner No. 4 of Survey No. a34, and ta point to the west end line of Sirs vey No. 1642, a granite stone set in the g ound, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked i.6593 for Cofnet No. I, from which the corner of Sections s, a, st and Sa, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south s degrees a3 minutes 'ast, 377 feet; and running t.he:ce north so degrees ig minutes west,' :8 feet; thence north 89 de grees 45 minutes west, 1,476 feet: thence south to degrees $ minutes cast, spt feet; thence north 83 derees 37 minutes east, 1.454 feet to the plece of beginning, con tafning an area of 3.48 acres claimed bt the above-named aplicants. The location of this clair. Is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Row county, state of Montana, in Book "R," on Page 371 of Lode location,. The adjoining claims to these premises ate Survey No. 1961, Tuny lode, Lot Sog, on the north; Survey No. 1642, Sooner lode, I.ot 426, on the east; Survey No. I234, Mill Side lod tot 345 on the south, and Survey No. Sags, Minnie lode, enthe west. FRANf. D. MIRA'~E, SAMUEL BARKER, JR., kegister. Attorney tor applicants. (First publication June as, t0oo.) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. Helena, Montana, April Is, 19po01. Reports in duplicate, marked Exhibits A and B, having been filed in this office on the a2th day of April, gpot, 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 indennity land grant limits) of the Northern Pacific Railroad company, made by said commissioners from March s, o190, to March 3t, 9gos, 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 a south, Range 6 west, and running then:e west seven miles; thence south six miles; thence eas, nine miles; thence north so chains; thence west so chains; thence north no 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 so chains; thence north one mile; tnence east 2o 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 6o 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 examinatios of interested parties. Notice is further here given that by the termsof said act of February 26, 7895, "that as to the lands against the classification whereof no protest shall have been filed" ' * * "the classification when approved by the secretary of the interior, shall be considered final, except in case of fraud." GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4548. United States Land Office, Helena, Mon tana, August 14, 19o2. Notice is hereby given that James IH. McDonald, whose postoffice address is Butte Montana, has this day filed an ap plication for a patent for z,5oo linear feet, the same being for 35o feet in an easterly and ,150o feet in a westerly direction from the point of discovery on the Rising Sun lode mining claim, situated in Independ ence (unorganized) mining district, Silver Bow county, Montana, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No, 6645, Township No. 3 north, Range No. 8 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 22d day of July, 1902, and being more particular ly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat thereof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner, a quartzite stone, 6x8x:8 inches, 14 inches deep, with mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-6645 for Corner No. I, from which the one-fourth section corner to Sections 21 and 22, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 75 degrees 44 minutes west, 565 feet, and running thence north 79 degrees 1o minutes west, 1458.5 feet to the Southwest Corner No. 2; thence north 30 degrees east, 136 feet to Corner No. 3; thence north 20 degrees a2 minutes east, 43! feet to the Northwest Corner No. 4; thence south 79 degrees it minutes east, 1499 feet to the North east Corner No. 5; thence south 20 de grees 21 minutes west, 564 feet to Cor ner No. I and place of beginning, con taining an area of 1o.74 acres, of which 3.37 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 4840 and is not claimed, leaving an area of 15.77, claimed by the above-named ap plicant for patent. The location of this mine Is recorded in tile office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on Page 417 in Book R of Quartz lodes. The only known adjoining claim Is on the Northeast Survey No, 4840, the Carrie lode, FRANK D. MIRACI.E, Register. JOSEPH H. HARPER, United States Clanim Agent. Date for first publication August 5s. goos.