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MOUNTAIN'S HOLIDAY EDITION T.:;tiironials Concerning the Prettiest Paper in the Northwest Are Still Pouring In. 1- i. iimaty days' iniee the 1ititer Mnlt - '". .... tl. d its holiday edition. but wordsti of praise still pour in upon this ,lteu for that spilendid number. IlI. I drerld of letters. private in character. to mIlltembers of the Inter Mountll;ain stat fromt famoust newspaper menll of the east anl nc.t. pronounce the edlition the hand so cst ever issued in the West. Not a . the great ilewlpapler of the oolin t,. . comlmentel in favorable terllt. the edition. The IDetroit Fr I Pr( '. for inistanre. gives the nitm1er in stintel praise ltd says it wonlI hIe : crelit to any city itn the land. Frim out of this mtass of ipraise a few selections are giivtn herewith. For in statce. A. W. t'ni *liistril t snpt rint, nd ent iof the Ass.' r'trl I'r,.l . witlh ha lI ltquarters iat Salt Luk-i , I.s ihts t '4. sage over the it.. i e lt t., . \ 'ti, I Press leased wi.s. t ith a ri'tlrst . r a Copy for pre-srtri :a FRENCH GOVERNMENT ACTS AGAINST THE BRETON TONGUE Priests Who Persist in I sing the Language Are SuS pq!idiJ4--Wairm Discussion in the Chambers. t t i t ;... IA :4 I i, v'(?' (lay aiftertnto ly iir Iiiititir- i. M.I \\ (tile ithe fi . fell frotm the triii,, i, ' si . .n'.-, It was clarredei to U,, :ij.. i t l' r- %% lire he graulually rritclrerti. iiiI 1.t hr re tuirnedl to the tci,;tii r. The greater ta-t ilt 'ittiti '"Icr interpellnltion ,n the g I,\.CrIIII IIt's 1.1 the churches ti lirittaili. NI. I.: ai . It It uty from BritttanyI tyrati nntiiiI.e II r '.iular as vexatious and~ tyrannlical.. Ile said BOER GENERALS WILL MAKE EUROPEAN TOUR Swing Around the Circle, In cluding the United States, Is On. Ttrusls. Jan. 17.-A telenr;Im rl thlisci fromn I.eneral.,l lth;, anleouncre the intt, tion of the Ihcer gencrals to make another tour of Europe, .startillg ntext February. They will go all, to the United States. TORPElO BOAT SWONOER Gillet's Submarine Craft Need Not Come to Surface. I1V AS..0 .'I l t 'RI t . \Winsted. Connt., Jan. 17.-Clarence It. Gillt. 22 years old, Who served in the Spanish-American war has bten granted a patent for inlprovemenllllts ill slbarinle boats. lie has been experimenting along the line of submarine navigations since thlt left school several years ago and claims that his submarine torpedo boats is su perior to all others, being quicker and safer. The Gillet boat is designed to stay doss i5 hours, and longer if desired. Its method is different from that of the lHolland. The Gillet will fire Whitehead torpedoes and it is not nlecessary to come to the surface. FAIR GIRL CRUSHED Shocking Accident in Santa Barbara Hotel-- May Lose a Leg. RY ASnO IA'I .O 1 1 L .SS. Santa Barbara, Cal., Jan. 17, .,i-+ Caroline Kelly, a young society II, .1., ,.3 New York, has suffered shockig il ii s in an elevator accident in the l'ott,.r I: :tl. As Miss Kelly entered the car she t" : ,I and fell. The elevator, for so(re , - - plained reason, shot upward, crushinlg \Ils Kelly against the thoor above. Amputation of one her liNls will hr necessary and the shock may prlove 1al. She is a sister-in-law of Louis ivenrll,.,l I, a wealthy silk manufacturer of Netw N ,:k and New Jersey, who is staying in ;a t'Ia Barbara for the winter. In North Carolina Vlate. Raleigh, N. C.. Jan. 17.-The deadtllk in the senatorial caucus continues. The first ballot of the general assembly will he taken Tuesday and a colnmittee has been appointed to divide the democratic votes so as to avoid an election by the re publicans.. 3 T~H It TE ~IAMACA OF a S ZINE CLEVERNESS m . . ' It iv the prritiir( t thlilgI everr Sit ""I lic aper ti nld il iire litto ;iii nIIii nIi tlhi itiiitir)." litre are jii~t a tew ttre%% iint 1 that itdicaeite w tltiii the ittthers ,ay ahititalt lt sptltnid edito ful u Praise From the East. Sr I t iru. It -t.. Itit i .\lon1 ta11 i a it %eldntti surp(.i· rd. \\ it( tr".rr pit 1 ina1 1%% ..41 - III ntIriuti t). titi I luti \I ýuhtihthtn i (1 ni ii. ta rt fit" 14ii e itio I hiat that i , i i thehr In t, it 11 11"I the 1;1 ·1'1';1 c.11~111.11 01 It I iit, l papi1 r11r I)I.Ited in lire (.irtllw.lty( II it -,1"t'r ;t,.~,,*ntr i I h hII-h v1I', .I" ll llttII l\ 1 l 1I lj il thk .illy 11t, thll *I lli ,l i li I ti, n iis l i i l. 111 ' Iihi. ' '11 ,, it . i lo :lli i ll iiliilii iii r . I i . i I' I I i- Irs. tt n IIll. ll I li l at i 'l .ul lii 'it..u i :*"1 i' IFr liit , ' * i 'i . , Ii a is ' i .i, l i ti ii i I l sItlsl r ,II l I l . s Iv i l t Io l', . l' il il l. a I oI ll m w : .l1 1. 11. i d. . ,mll, i Ih I .h." .I ,n . il 1I. Ia;llsnri,-s. In s issit. -is ili \1. i ,i nh . l . \. i II, ii. k' . . - . . GENER r W'THA. GRE[AT GUN WAS LITTLE TOO MUCHV Christiansen I)s ad of the Strain of Building His Great Cannon. 1 \.i i \ i i IO, i . Troy, N. 1.. .Ian. I;, . rl .\ilted l'Chris, tiansl. n, mIa ter mIIe' ic itlll tlle \\.,t'rvelt arsenal, who laul , ..IL. uI t ie 1i1ltr14 tion of the iII i l'h , I w irh t ill Itt iII fChially tteld at . ,ed Are Ik t ble tol last evening of pari~la . alter I d Lay illness. His diP.age i, linatli tIrlaoalmS tl Ihse grelat strain put I n hll 1 dtl'uillg the patll lour y)t a,. LORENZ PATIENTS ALL RIGHT Children He Treated Are All Able to Wall Without Pall. I1, \ n . , I i. 1 7.-I I' aI R ti. , upon l t I n "ralnk ph Ln, rt of Sipat.d i in while ill thi, e tv w ,re sh Il\n ait a mleettt ig urIt thi city fr thoped ,t 3 ln arsf the .\ship of lSt. l cit e larcst night anl in (t hatIl itoou T. enneii. lit.it \ 17 t t isfc The chit the eau abltes of t hek aSbout rnot li'i rtlov cotl pair lmonleths.at AFTER THIRTEEN LONG YEARS Dr. Page's Resignatien From St. Paul's, Waco, Texas, Accepted, It' ASS(tIATl Eln PRI S9, W a;cn, Tlex., .Ian. .;.--- lhe re -i'v' tion of 1)r. Frank Page. retit ,r of St. Paul'1 church. this city for the past 13 years, was accepted last night aul I)r. Page itnmedi ately wired his acccltance of the rector ship of St. Jlhl's church, Brooklyn. Ile will leave wtith his family for Brook ly,, next tmonth. To Get an Increase. ('hattanooga. Tenn., Jan. 1y.--It is learned at the heat,,uarters of the Sotth ern 'xlvress company here that the tr1m ply't's, numbering 5.000, will receive an increase in1 wages inl the near future. Ineld n11, halve eIt enr Crililte to the north west. No a.:latern nrwrpaper would have resolln to be ahatlled oft thne Inlter Mounl tain ' . 1w e r's ofterinK. That Holiday Number. f Antorniani Avant-( *,ouricr., 'ITh hollilday numhr of the Itttet. Inter tlii ,ianttfc.tatinn of journalittic enter pl ,lllll i i ttllcl Jkill, it . o il ell filled a;Iaus rIflaetinKl hIomnllel-.e c.redlit on the cunial, tip. irtirial and hutint,' dlepairt 1(,'n1, of iItte-'s Ih.eser.eldly ,,popullllr vining niwii s.Wpapl.r, 'The' illultrationti %rn e,.pcia.lly hire, a+. tishald, lthe r'gil I;,r , Inti r \lhllln tain's nt uIuaII ll, ar ,. thle nite.u-tts ;i l lreg' hialtIi1n pittire" or nt, uii p i' luaIl to linr.t chi- iat.i;gazilte Bright and Entertaining. I lih \aia oit Ia t' itititn f the' lilter i ntaint ii a re-cord Ibrtsik-r. It sutr. pa ..L* ,an.|th 'g tiae h:ave si.aee in the lucin papr anntl line. It is bright, e-nterttin i . 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II ,4nl .4-- 4 t ,f 4li44' 1;4I',ll I ;4 I I lk ;44 ll1 If4t' l, I ,ilk ,;.114.1 . (1111 , I,4 1 l4l 14e.rl (r'44,lll i.lr -'. I,'.1 r1 nn4 . ,lil.,:. .h lIn I4nt I I ll t1 4;tant1 41.1144 ..... . 1 l1, 1:. ,ilk 44444 .4Ir444 I I,. r h \ .h ,k . l I'.ll " I ll, 41. , aI ill rl e 411i It 1 4 ,1 ht.I I. . 4.,4,.4 \0.' '. 1rk. 1'h :1,l4 1hi4 , .-Ow,1 ,,14,', I.11 44' ,'il-. M1AALL AA''L1&..A. N, No. 4641 lUitrcd :.€,t'e, I= a Office eliena, Mont., Nov. 1a, 1o90. N'tice 's hcsc : gives, that Henry S4llith. orhn I'. Nettle. Alberta Dygert ar l'Il 1 I O o 4l.Ollli (v011 .L1 lt4lient company. wh..o . ", '..l4,ce J.!;%s. is Btltte, M..,n. I4 '.,. l ,' .. this da, i'ped their npplic;iltion 4 '.dt; !,0or 1,307.7 n e4 r feo't, Iein4 ,"4 ,' OUIIIthw tIcrly "4:1l .ni 7 feet . 4, ,-t'r'y from dcovery h11;:1t of the .',, ,, ':!" k Nh . a I de n 'iinf claim, :'..u wl4 , h not14 e of intr:ttion to apply rt. a patcn. was p4lste1 on the a7th day 4i' ') )L.t l lol.3 , bltU .Lte4,. t 'tO ri4ganized lliiall4.i dlil'trl t, ;IL, J W counlllty, state o. Mlont4;.i4na, ...C , i... II,;4 survey No, 6747, ill towl4lit4ip 3. "orth oi range p west, beinlg mole.r ,prticul..:ly descrlbed as follow , to :t Beginning at the northwe., corlncr, whi;:a is also corner No. i of resurvey t'-. 30o6, a granite stone set in the ground, with .i mound of earth and stone aiongside, cad marked s-6747 for cerner ?vo. . from which the one-quarter section cor ner on the south boundary of section t7, town ip 3 nt rth, r:nge 7 west. tires south 6: ,.egroes, 39 linutes, 3a seconds west. 9176.4 feet, an. running thence south s d:grces east, .34 feet; thence south 28 degrees, a2 minutes east, 55.5 feet; then-e north 60o degrees, IS minutes east, g99. etel; thence north s8 degrees, sa minutes west, 75 feet; thence south 83 degrees west, 557.7 feet to .he place of beginning, contsa ling an Irea of o.84 acres, of wbi:,, o.s6 acres ars in conflict with survey No. 3894, not cluimed, leav ing o.58 acres claimed. The location of this .laim is if :eco"d in the reecrder's off, of Silver Bow counlty, ..te of Moh4tana, in Book "U" of Lode Locatioans, on page 457. The .,djo!ni:r. claims to these premises are resur'vey No. a3o06 Norther Light lode, lot 3-.;, on t north: .ur ey No, 8394, L;oness lode, lot 389, on the south. east, and survey 4lo. a373, Expert lode, lot 339, and s'urvey Ni areg, Humbolt lode, lot jll on the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUE.I, BARKER, Jr., A'torney for Appliern's. (First ;ui licttion November 14, 1ooe.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4628. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana, Dec. i, roes. Notice is hereby given that James L. Depauli and Fred L. Depaull, whose post office address is Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, have this day filed an applica tion for a patent for 144o.0 linear feet, the same being for 460 feet in a westerly and 98o.1 feet in an easterly direction from .he point of discovery on the Thal mer Depauli Lode and 405o 3 feet, being for 4 feet easterly and 4o0.3 feet westerly from discovery on the Hannah Lode Mining Claim, situated In Foua'th of Tuly (unor ganised) Mining District, Jefferson county, Montana, the position, course, and extent, of the said mining claim, desigsated by an official survey thereof, as Survey Nos. 667y 67o0, Fractional Township No. 3 north, Range No. 7 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the ."st day of I ovemnlber, sgo3, and being more particou. Inrly set forth and described In the offclal field notes and plat thereof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: On the Thelmer Depaull lode, bellnninl at the northeast corner, a granlte atone Ixtax6 inches above ground, markes :-6677 for Corner No s, from which Ini tial Point No. , established for surveyR In the unsurveyed portion of Fraetional Township , north, Range 7 west, beso north s3 degrees 34 mlnutes 34 seconds west, 46h.8 feet; and running thence Just Ai-ived A consignment of Dentrifice and Tooth Wash. This is the original wash and dentrifice prepared by the specialist on diseases of the gums at our home office. These preparations can be obtained only from the NEW YORK DENTISTS Price 25C Price 25C HIS WASH has been sub jected to me for Chemical Analysis and I find it abso lutely free from acids and other in jurious ingredi ents; therefore, I recommend it as a healthful and ben eficial Wash for Mouth and Tceth. D. J. COOK, IIIS is to certify that I have Analytical analyzed this Dentrifice and Chemist. find it free from all injurious in 'edicnts and can recommend it as a line and useful article for the toilet. D. J. COOK, Analytical Chemist. Teeth Extracted and PFilled Absolutely Without Pain. R 10IYEAR GURRRNTEE WITH ALL WORK. Gold Crowns. ............... 5.00 Silver Filling ................. .50 I Full Set Teeth...........$5.00 Gold Filling...............X1.00 Bridge Work ............$5..00 Extracting ................... 50 NEW YORK DENTISTS 3 80 West Park Street. Hour. 830a. idm. A Ad 900 Afteandays 10 to 4e ml I Ii Ime south 83 degrees ,' minutes west, 1465.3 I ftet to Corner No. a; thence south ia de- f grees 45 minutes we't, 407.5 teet to Corner 1o No. 3; thence south 88 uegrees q minutes east. -.2.3.6 feete'to Corner No. 4; thence a rarth 76 degrees s3 minutes east, 313a. 0 feet to Corner No. 5; thence north ia de- - grets 45 minutes east, 538.5 feet to Corner o No I and place of beginning. containing , an area of 16.to acres, of which 3.34 acres are in conflict with Survey Nos. 6544 and 6545 and not claimed, leaving a net area of 14.76 acres claimed. On the Hannah Lode, beginning at the northwest corner, a granite stone, 6x8x6 inches above ground, marked -.673o for Corner No. ,, from which Initial Point No,s , established for surveys in the un. sur<pcd portion of Fractional Township 3 north' Range 7 west, bears north 6 degrees 56 minutes 3s seconds west, 4775.8 feet, and running thence south Ia degrees 45 min utes ;west, 137.5 feet to Corner No. a; thence north 65 degrees 30 minutes east, 417 feet to Corner No. 3; thence north as degrees 45 minutes east, 49 feet to Corner f No. 4; thence south 76 degrees a3 minutes west, 370.5 feet to Corner No. I and place a of beginning, containing an area of o.73• acres, of which o.o6 acres are in confliet with Survey No. 6546 and not claimed, t leaving a net area of o.66 acres claimed, t making a total of $5.43 acres claimed by the above named applicants. On; the west of Survey No. 6677 is Sur vey No. 5723, Bear Paw Lode, Robert Me Brid4 applicant; on the south of Survey 6677 and west of Survey 670o. is Survey 666S, Emecr Remle Lode, Fred L. Depauli et as!, applicants; south of Survey 6720 is nmended Survey No. 6347, Johanna Lode, Andrew V. Corry, applicant; east of Sur. vey 6677 is Survey 6546, Mount Hope Lode, Johanna Depauli, et al., applicants. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. JOS. TI. HARPER, U. S. Claim Agent. (First Publication, Dec. 3, :9oa.) MINlti AP'I'I.IC'ATION NO. 4645. United States L.and t)Office, Hlelena, Mon tana. J u.ll tary 12, 1903. Notice is herchy given that l.ulu F. Largey, by Ml. S. I.argey, her attorney in fact, and the Butte and Boston Consoli dated ,Mining company, a corporation ex isting under t laws of the state of New York, whose postoflice address is Butte, Mont nil have this day filed their applica tion fo~,a patent for 66o linear feet, all weste'ly from the point of discovery over discovery drift of thi Tropic lode mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the ad day of January, 19o3, situated in Sutmnlit valley, unorganized, mining dis trict, iSilver Bow county, state of Mon tana, designated as Survey No, 6755, in Township 3 north, Range 7 west, Section 17, and being more particularly described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northeast corner, a granite stone set in the g'ould, with a mound of earth along. side, and marked 1-6755 for Corner No, 1, from which the northeast corner of Section 17, Township 3 north, Range 7 west 7o. 7 feet and running thence south west 77ý feet and running thence south o dekrees 35 minutes east 6oo feet; thenc south 89 degrees 43 minutes west 66o f et; thence north o degrees ,s min utes rest 600oo feet; thence north 89 de grees, 43 minutes east 66o feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 9.0o9 cres claimed by the above named ap. plicasts, all of which is in conflict with Survey No. :156, and Reports No. i5s. and 174. Th$ location of this mine is of record in the County Rccordcr's office of Silver Dlow County. Montana, in Book "U" of lode location.s at page 29. The adjoining claims to ihese premiies are Survey No. 51t6. Placer, I.ot No. -ii, on the east: Report No. 15 \ Washington Plne r. and Report No. 174, Polly i'lacer, on the north, and Survey No. i498, Mlc Quecn i'lacer. Lot 2o5, on the west. FRANK D. AMIRACI.E, Register. SA..MUEL. BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. I First publlication January tI, t9o3.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4630. L'nited States Land Office, Helena, Montana, December 1:, 19os. Notice is hereby given that Henry Smith, John F. Nettle. James R. Thompson and Alberta Dygert, whose postoflce ad dress is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application ror a patent fo. 6s9.9 linear feet, being 30o4 feet easterly and 3s5.9 feet westerly from discovery shaft of the Pompey Fraction Lode Min ing Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 6th day of December, A. D. 9oar, desig ,ated as Survey No. 6746, In fractional Township 3 north, Range 7 west, and situ. ated in (unorganized) Mining District, Silver Bow county, Montana, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northeast corner, a point in the west end line of Survey No. 4949, a granite boulder in place marked X 1-6746 for Corner No. I, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and from which the southeast corner of Sec tion 34, Township 4 north, Range 7 west, bears north 9 degrees 15 minutes ao sec onds east, 8491.2 feet; and running .hence south 7 degrees 53 minutes east 22S tect; thence south 82 degrees :3 minutes west 6m8.5 feet; thence north 7 degrees 53 min utes west jo feet; thence north 65 degrees 28 minutes east 645.5 feet to the place of be ginning, containing an area of 1.87 acres, of which 0.67 acres are in conflict with Surveys No. 2396 and 57t3, not claimed, leaving an area of .sao acres claimed by the above-named applicants. The location of this claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "S" of lode locas. tions, on Page 3jo. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 4949, Wild Gobse Lode, on the east, Survey No. a688, Pompey Lode, Lot 367, on the south, Survey No. 5s12, Copper Float Lode, on the west, and Sur vey No. ad96, Hasley Lode, Lot 331, on the northwest. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Registar. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. (First publication, December ts, togs.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 463., United States Land Office, Helena, Mon. tana, December 23, 9go0. Notice is hereby given that the Ana conda Copper Mining company, a corpor ation, created and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the state of Moen. tans, by John Gillie, its attorney-in-fact, whose postoffico address is Butte, Mon. tana, has this day fled its applfnation tor a patent for 76.69 acres of placer ground, bearing building stone, situated in Ger. tnan Gulch (unorganizsed) Mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on f1i In this office as Mineral Sur vet Nb, 6y87, the said claim being known as the King Placer.nd is more particu larly described as B16ows, to-wits Beginning at the northerly Corner No. I, a granite stone, 8xzoxao inches, r0 inches deep, marked r-6587, from which the southwest corner Section z, Township 3 north. Range to west, Montana Meridian bears north 17 degrees 23 minutes west 4817.o feet, running thence south 42 de. grees 34 minutes east goo feet to Corner No. 2, which is also Corner No. 8, Sur. vey No. 6o6, Lot 44; thence south 16 degrees 5 minutes west 7o8.3 feet to Cor* ner No. 3; thence south 34 degrees 24 minutes west 159.1 feet to Corner No. 4; thence south 26 degrees a7 :-:inutes 'west 429.7 feet to Corner No. S; thence north 63 degrees 40 minutes west s65.7 feet to Corner No. 6, which is also Corner No. sa, said Survey No. 6o6; thence south 47 degrees " minutes west 1433.5 feet to Corner No. 7; thence north 43 degrees 43 minutes west za87.4 feet to Corner No. 8; thence north 46 degrees :8 minutes east a649.3 feet to Corner No. r. the place of beginning; containing an area of 76.69 acres. The location of this claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, en Page 434, in book "D" of Placer, Millsite and Water Right Records. There are no conflicting claims. Sur. vey No. 606, Placer, Lo, 44. adjni is on the southeasterly side, Hugh B, Me Cleery et al., applicants. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. First publication Decem' er 34, r90o. MINING APP ICATION, No .6a6. United States :.,nd Office, Helena, Mon tana, November s:, soos. Notice is hereby given that William .. Clark, by Arthur H. Wethey, his attorney in-fact, whose postoMce address is Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, has his day filed an applirr.ton Ses a patent for s7 linear feet, the same being for 3 feet in a westerly and s4 feet In an easterly di rection fromt t e point o: discovery on the Whitmln.re lode mining claim, situated in Summit valley (unorg.) mining district. Silver mow coumity, Montana, the position, course and extent of the soid mini.g claim, 'esalgnate4 by an efracial survey thereof, as Survey No. 6yez, Towuship No. 3 north, Range No. a west, a notice of which is posted on the claim on the 17th day of Novemter, zpos, and being more particui rly set forth and described in the official field notes and plats thereof on file in this office, as follows, so wit: Beginning at Corner No. z. a granite stone 6x8xs8 finhes, zs inches deep from which the one-quarter section corner on north boundary of Section No sj, :'own. ship 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 7o degrees, 46 minutes west 404 feet, and running thence north 88 degrees 3o mi utes east s7 feet to Corner No. a; thence north t 'elgrees, 30 minutes east s1,. feet to / rner No. 1; thence south 88 do. rose, 30 minutes west s1 met to Corner No. 4; thence south as degrees, 3o min. utes we t 3s,3 feet to Corner No. z anS plsac of beginning, containg an area of o.oe4 acres, of which o.oos is in coalig with Survey No, p7p and not caimCg, leaving a net area of o.oa acres claimed by the above named applicant for patent. The location of this rino is recorded in the oMt' of the recorder of Silver Bow, county, on rage 78 in Book T of Lodes. On the west is Survey No. 8S6, Skip lode, Adam PFrraday, applicant; on t!.. south is Survey No. 497. Late Acquisitiog lode, Nsepl Packard, applicant. FRANK D. MIRACLE, OS,. H. HARPR, Reste United States Claim Aglnt. lirnt pusbliesaio Noveaba stp, sIea."