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VALUE OF NORTH CAROLINA MINES. It is not generally known, even within the old North btate, much less in other parts of the world, that more gold bearing land lies within her domains than are to be found in the State of California; and yet such is the true state of the case. Thousands are even now emigrating to the Pacific Coast, at large expense, who could enter the mines at either Virginia or North Carolina and ac cumulate more wealth in ten years than can be made in California during the same time, and not run the risk of losing one's scalp at the hands of some savage, either; besides, much better homes are to be found in the Aatlantic States. We have before spoken of this in these columns, and do so again, that we may impress it upon the minds 'of our many readers who anticipate a change during the early spring. Men of small means can now enter the mines with fair show of success, whereas ij former times it required men of immense capital to operate. at all. During the past year or two some of the most effective in ventions on record have been successfully introduced, whereby the gold bearing. sul phrates found in these States can be treated at a nominal cost and without the useot ex-. pensive machinery. A few years gVo,, Governor Vance, in writing to a gentleman who had been suc ~essfully desulpburi~inag the products of a mine near Charlott, said, that if he could re cuce these ores.as perfectly as the sample sent him was., done, and' at the expense nlamed in his letter, the mines of North Car qlina, now abandoned, would be reopened 0t an early date, and would produce more gold, than the entire Pacific Coast had done since 1848. .The process above alluded to is nothing 1qew, but the means taken to produce the desiredeffect is, and is so simple and yet so effective that it astonished the Goyernor When his attention was called to it., Every qie who has had any experience knows that ipimense quantities of gold lie embedded in the sulphurated quartz found in immense quantities ip the old North State, not only iear Charlott, but running through a great c" part of th. en!tlre State, and there awaits the coming of this new process. and busy Iands to bring forth untold riches. These ti'es have been worked in former times, ivt this refractory element (sulphur) was :amost a complete bar against success, and t1a many instances rich mines have been abandoned. These rgfractory particles can iq:remoyed with chemicals, but the cost is greater than the gold is worth, therefore it i2 not practical. Ipmene qutantities are re dpped yearly by a roasting pirocess in the open alir,.wkhlch Is attende,.,: by large ex plnsaeof fuel and labor, and the finer parti ,caes otgol9d are carried away. In the drafts of air; besites it mqtts together and does not rosukt irtjlrge profits. We have seen as says pfIggld run a4 high as $12Qto the ton, which w!xuld not yield under the ordinary treatment over $10 or $11p2er ton on the av erage. Anyone~an learn to treti these rich goll sulphratos, inside of twenty-tfour Ipurs anti the expense of, imachitery, fur paces, engine and tooIl to work with will ipt cost three thousand dollars all told on the ground. The cost of dqsulphurizing these ores can certainly be covered by the expenditure of one dollar per ton, and, we t.ink, at even much less than that; and wh gn once reduced to this st4te, any ordinn r~.Yiney's..assittant pould crush the quartsz apld amatlgatate the particles of g9ld. We trust metn, w.o are .longing, for, the gold mjines.o(sonlg dlatat t land will lqok care fyly ih;o those near at hand, and seize the present opportunity to re;lize a handsome rtuyn. Should the reade)': desire further i:n rnrmatlon as tq the working of these coft bined new antd cheap pricesses a letter ld dressed us will meet, prownpt atteution. Ametrican Miliner and D,~a.ts-Maker. A NEW bracelet, outwardly of a most. cltaste. innocent au..beautiful design, but. InwardJy a raveuinig wolf, has jus.t bgen in vented ag. thro.tn on the. ,market. It has a, w,.cl.l. little secret spring.that rea.ehes ozl unlpg a .tellow by. the cuff the,nmo t P.at he touches it, and holds hhn there un ?4t:' p" can come into the parlor, and gaz ttig sternly upon the affectionate and per t urbed t.:bleUu. dnalinds of the young man whiat his intentions are. C. S. KELLY, D. D. S. DENTIST. Broadway, - - - Helena. rPECIALTY: Correcting irregularities of the Natu ral Teeth, restoring decayed parts with Porcelain and Gold; making Artificial Teeth with continuous Porcelain Gum. 41.1y (No. 563.) APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U. S. LAND OrFIcE Helena, Montana, January 4, 1878. Notice is hereby published, that Louis Rotwltt, John P. Barnes, Walter W. Arnold, Benjamin Ackroyd, Henry Bratnober, Francis Day, Richard E. Marks, and Francis Scharwitz, by Louis Rot witt, his attorney in fact, whose post office address is Canyon Ferry, Meagher county, Montana Terri tory,, have this day filed application for patent, un der the Mining laws of Congress, for their placer mine, situated in Trout creek (unorganized) mining district, Meagher county, Montana, in township No. 11 N, of ranges Nos. 1 and 2 west from princi pal meridian, designated as Lot No. 45, which claim is not recorded, and described in the oflicial plat and field notes on tile in this office as follows: Beginning at a granite stone:20xl2x4 inches mark ed 1 M C 45 for the northeasterly corner, and run ning thence 8 50 deg 45 min W 10.50 chains; thence 8 42 deg W 20.50 chains; thence S 2 deg 30 min W 13.56;chainsi thence S 61 deg 15 min W 22.89 chains; thence N 68 deg 30 min W 11 chains;:thenoe S:79 deg 15 min W 14.96 chains; thence N 79 deg 30 min W 12.80 chains; thence 5 60 deg W 10 10 chains; thence N 89 deg 380 in W 18.89 chains: thence S 58 deg 30 min W 6.24 chains; thence S 68 deg 30 min WV 10.90 chains; thence S 35 deg 45 min WV 5.74.ohainus ;thence 8 39 deg 30 min W 8.86 chains; thence N 77 deg W 7,83 chains to a point in the west boundary of town ship 11 north, range 1 west, from which the corner to sections 18, 19, 13 and 24, township 11 north, ranges 1 and 2 west hears south 20.37 chains distant; thence N 77 (leg W 2.27 chains; thence N 56 deg 30 min W 5.45 chains; thence S 87 deg 15 min W;10.59 chains; thence N 35 deg W 5.60 chains: thence N 83 deg 30 min W 12.96 cuains; thence N 85 deg W 5.54 chains; thence N 69deg 45 min W 13 19 chains; thenee;N 50 degW 19.05 chains; thenceN 60,deg E 2.65 chains; thence S 40 deg 15 min E 8.86 chains; thence S 56 deg 15 min E 9.33 chains: thence 8 67" deg 30 min E 14.80 chains; thence N 81 deg E 6.10 chains; thence S 82 dog 30 min E 12.12 chains; thence S 68 deg E 11.65 chains; thence S 61 dog 30 min E 8.12 chains; thence N 86 deg 30 mirinE 9.85 chains; thence N 32 degE 6.74 chains; thence N 46 deg 45 min E 9 chains; thence N 75 deg30 mintE 8.96 chains; thence N 57 deg E 4.58 chains; thence S 88 deg 47 min E 16.47 chains- thence N 58 deg 15 minE 13.33 chains; thence S 78 tdeg 30 min E 11.50 chains; thence N 83 deg 15 min E 35 chains; thence N 69 deg E 7.39 chains; thence N 7 deg 15 min E 16.31 chains; thence N 41 deg 30 min E 31.20 chains; thence S 45 dog 30 min E 5.74 chains, to the place of beginning, em bracing sixty-two and tlhirty-two hundredths (62 32-100) acres, upon whicll,a notice of said appli cation, together with a plat f' the premises claim ed, Were ppsted on the 17th day of December 1877, according to law. The adjoinimig claimants to these premises are Mayne & Luke, plh.cer claim in New York gulch, and placer mining ground on[Trout creek northeasterly, claimants unknown. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above loscrihed Lot 45, or any portion thereof, are hereby notified thatunless their adverstclaims are duly filed according to law, with the Register of the United States Land Office, at Helena, Montana Territory, within tahe sixty ldays period ofrpublication hereof, they will be forever barred by vsirtue of the provi sions of the mining laws of Congress. ,J. 11. MOE, Register. B. F. MAnanT, U. S. Dep. Min. Surveyor. (No. 569:) APPLIC ATION FOR PATENT. U. S. LAND OFFICE, Helena, Montana, January 25, 1878. Notice is hereby published that Joseph D). Conrad, William Angel, Samuel A. Hanly and Alson E. Ingersoll, whose post office address is Canyon Fer ry, Meagher county, Montana Territory, have this day tiled application for patent, under the mining laws of Congress, for their placer mine, situated in Cave gulch, unorganized, min ing district, M5eagher county, Montana Territory, designated as lots Nos. 43 and 47, in townships 1.. and L1 north, range I west of principal meridian, Montana Territory, which claim is not recorded, and described in the ofitcial;plat and field notes on tile in this office as follows: Beginning at a granite stonoe i5x14x10 inches, marked 1 M. C. 43, 47, from which the quarter sec tion corner on the north boundary of section No. 2, in township 10 north, range 1 west, bears E 13.60 chains distant, and runnin:g thence N 20 deg 15 min E 7.30 chains; thense N 44 dog 4,15 dn E 9 chains; thenre N 222 deg 15 min E 15 chains; thence N 6 dei 45 ruin ,W 9.34 chains; thence N 67 deg 45 min WV 2..6 chains; thence S 1 deg 80 min E 8.90 chains; thal.oe S 14 deg W 9 chains; thence S 26 deg W 7 50 chains; thence S 47 deg W 6.95 chains; thence S 31 dtg 30 min W 16.48 chains; thence 8 21 (leg 15 min W 19.60 chains; thence S 73 deg E-3 chains; thence N.26 deg 45 min E 27.13 chains. :to the place of be gihning, embrpcing twenty and thirty-one hun t'edths (20 31-100) acres, upon which a notice of said application, together with a plat of the prom iesa claimed, were posted, according to law, on the sixth day of December, 1877. The adjoining claimants to these premises are A. Spencer on the south, . iHartop, J.. V. Stafford an4 others on the west; placer claims. Any.and all persons claiming adversely the above described placer, mine, or any portion thereof, are herqbv not ifledthat unless their adverse claims are duly filed with. the Register of the U. S. Land Of lice, at Ielena, Montana Territory, within the sixty days period of.publlcation hereof, they will be for ever barred by virtue of the provisions of the min ing laws of Congress. J. fO. OE, ilegister. IL F. MA.tss., IT. 8 Dep. Min. Surveyor. N OTICE TO dINERS. United States Land Office, Helenta, Montana, February 5, 1878. Jane E. Brown, whose post office address is White Sulphur Springs, Meaghor cvunty, M.'r , has this day niled her application to enter a.s agricultural lahnd, u.nder the homestead laws, the N. W. quarter of section No. 10, in township No. 9 north, range No. 6 e 'st., which land as suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hew'ing will be had at this otfice, on the 16th dlay of March, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock it. in., to determine as to the min cral' or no-t-n-ineral character 0f said land, and te-timony to be used tultp9n said hearing will be taken lhelioe the Itegister an't eceiver on the 16th day of .March, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock'a. in. It is al leged there are no known miners, nor mining lm provements upon said Jand. 11 *.. I. MOE, Register. NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP. The undlersignedl begs lea\e to announce that he hais opeued biusiness at his ranch Near the White Sulphur Springs, Where he will be pleased to serve those wishing work done. Every description of blaeksmithing done .J good style ,.ud.v.ad anated. ,yM. M. PRICE & CO1A..A'i, No. 14 SOUTH COMM3ERCIAL STPIET, ST. LOUIS, MO. COIMISSION AGENCY M3IISOUlI STATE GLANGEC (Ghnded in the sum of $100,600. ' \ Manufacturers of TIlE GRANGE WAGON, Light S'ring Wagons and Buggi, - - leauction in prices for 1877. THE GRANGE WAGON. 21-2 in. Thim.Skein , very light2-h'se 1200o 1. $48 2 3-4 in. " ligiut -hor e 155 lbs. 49 3 in. ' medium2-horse 184lUbs. 50 3 1-4 in. ' 2-horse 2401 1)s. "3 31-2 in. 3-h'e (light 4-h), 13200 lbs. 55 3 3-4 in. ' 4-horse 4100 lbs. 65 1 3-8 in. Iron Axle, very light 2-horse 130olbs. 53 1 1-2 in. light 2-horse 1.o0 lbsh.. 54 1 5-8 in. 2-horse 2000 lbs. 55 1 3-4 in. ' 3-h'e (light 4-h'e) 2500 lbs. 62 2 in. " 4-horse 40001bs. 70 Spring Seats, $4.00 extra, Two-leaf Springs, oil tempered. Wheeler's Patent Brakes, $4.50 extra. SPRING~ WAGONS, FROM $95.00 To $130.00. BUGGIES, FROM $120.00 TO $225N, We desire to call the special attention of 1MONrFANA SI-IIPPERg to the facl that they can realize The IHighest M[arket Price by consigning their WOOL, HIDES, FURS AND ROBES to our care. Prompt attention given to the pur chase of FAMILY AND FARM SUPPLIES, AGRICULTI. bRAL MACIINERY, Etc., Etc. irinted instructions and information for the benefite shppers, and Mitrket Reports furnished on application, iU, SAIEDUI Duy the IMXPROTED Sewing M~achine. Aj- It is so im.ple in con,¢truction and runs so easily that a child can operate it. It has the ctaighlt, elf-se.: lng needle, our itn prored Shultle, with a peijfc ten.sio,o, w:iichdoes nut manrge as the bobbin becomes exhausted. A-- All the wearinq oidn s ere alusla .,, andi: comibines every desirable improvement. & i-P Every Machine is.seut out ready fortuse, after being thoroughly tested.. Notwithstanding the (:UEAT REDUCTION IN PRICES we continue to use the best matcrial and exercise the greatest care in their manufacture. ;ICTOR SEWIN4,I MACHINE CO., Weutern SZnmh oce, 881 West Madison St., Chicago, nl. r FINCIA..L OFFIC. and Manufactories, Middetown, Ctas F,1R E E A VALUABLE INVENTION __"______ THE WORLD RENOWNED WILSON SEWING MACHINE In workmanship is equal to a Chronometer Watch, and as elegantly finished as a firstclass Piano. It received the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Expo sitions. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than other machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There are more WILSON MACHINES sold in the United States than the combined sales of all the others. The WILSON MENDING ATTACHMENT for doing all kinds of repairing, WITHOUT PATCHINC, given FREE with each machine. Atte&.t WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO, 827 & 829 Broadway, New York; New Orleans, La.; Cor. tae & Madison Sts., Chioago, Ills.; and San Francisco, Cal, SIGN OF THEI BLG BOOT. NICIL 3#1I LLEN, 1iWholesale awd lRetail Dealer in Boo3, Shoes, Leather and Findings, IIELEA, MONTANA. My stocli for the wholesale and retail trade is ViERY L :,Rf CQE AND C0.MPLETE And consists of the best and largest assortment of Ladies', Misses' tudi Children's French Kip, Pebble Goat, Morocco, Cl6th anl Calfskin Shoes. Men's Custom-made French and KIpfoots Kept constantly on hand, Also, GU.OiM IOOTS. My stock beini purchased exclusively for cash, enbles me to offer extra inducenmnts in the way oi lgw. pric.. Feb. 11-ttf, MuAY MARKET AND FEED STABLE J &SEPH HORSK1', QroF1 ietOr« L4.WER MAIN STREET. 1WLENAk-. Aeeorymodations for ALL KINDS AND,. ,KY XNJLi'ER OF S( Is~preparcd to COMPETE WITH ANY STAPLE IN T]IE C1UT HAS FAIRBANKS' MAY SALES' I have 6,20 acres of the hest hn'y Im'l1 in p1.jr'lI Peai Valley, six miles froni tofu , lrm « sº!rh 1 all my hay. I1ig7a3t Market Price Paid f4or GWviV.