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Who is crippled by accident or deformity hardly understands the meaning of the word "crippled" as compared with the victim of rheumatism. He is not only bent and twisted, but also racked with pain so cruel that he enivies the crip ple who stumps along on a wooden 9 leg, whistling as he goes. Rheu matism is known to-day as a blood disease. It can only be cured through the blood. That powerful blood-purifying med. icine, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery, cleanses the blood of the acid poisons which cause rheumatism. When the blood is cleansed the rheumatism is cured. There is no alcohol in "Golden Medical Discovery" and it is absolutely free from opium, cocaine, and all other narcotics. Mr. R. J. McKnight, of Cades, Williamsburg County, S. C., writes: "I had been troubled with rheumatism for twelve years, so bad at times I could not leave my bed. I was badly crippled. Tried manry doctors, and two of them gave ie me up to ldie. None of them did me any good. The pains in my back. hips and legs (and at times in mny hcnd), would nearly kill me. My appetite was very bad. Everybody who saw me said I must dic. I took five bottles of ' Golden Medical Discovery,' and four vials of ' Pellets,' and to-day my health is good, after suffering twelve years with rheu matism." The sluggish liver can be cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. INTENDS TO LEAVE PEKIN. Empress Dowager to Transfer lecr Court to Another City. BERLIN, Aug. 15.-At the Chinese legation in Berlin the correspondent of the Associated Press was informed that the empress dowager had declared her intention to leave Pekin and to trans for her court to another city before the allied forces reached the capital. .Lu Hai Houan, the Chinese minister here, on learning of this intention, tele. graphed to both the empress dowager and the emperor not to leave Pekin, but to quietly await the arrival of the internationul forces. FOR DRIVING OR CRUISING There is no better line of Shoes on the malret than C. GOTZIAN & CO.'S "Dandy Line" Cruiser's Shoe Their reputation, established by practical tests wherever worn, places is s in a positio to WARRANT EVERY PAIR elaIf your dealer does not carry them in stock 5go wlvero t hey' keep 1 hcm: you ~ill be well repaid for the trouble. --- EVERY PAIR WARRANTED BY C.COTZIAN &CO. MANUFACTURERS, ST, PAUL, MINN. - THE- ' ANDERSON Saloon. Sines, Liqdors and Cigars, "I frequent Al's. ' "I Don't,', ALLISON & SHERMAN, I --DEALERS IN HOUSE FlURNI8HIiNGS UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING BROADWAY, - PHILIPSBURG Van's -----Cafe The Only First Class Short, Order House in the City, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT , Rear of L. N. Van Vranken, mpll Mrorietor Doeld's, 'Burs "Proprietor. SILVER REPUBLICANS MEET. Considerable Business Transacted by the Central Committee. * The Silver Republican County Cen trdl Committee held several meetings in this city this week. At the meeting held in the Tarlor of the Kaiser house Tues day the resignations of Dr. Peter S. Mussigbrod and J. B. Featherman as committeemen were received and iac ',epted. Chairman Hauck promptly tilled the vacancies by aippinting Dr. W'. [. Power and Edgar I. Holland as com mitteemen. AmithetL meeli 'g wis called for Wetd nesdav evening at Dr. Power's office. All committeemen were present or were represented by proxies. The appoint ments of Dr. Power and Mr. Hollsnd aere duly ratified by the committee. Chairman Hauck then presented his resignation as chairman, bhich was co cepted, rnd Dr. W I. Power was elsc'ed chairmnan by a unanimous vote of the committee. Mr. IHaink then announced his Icsignation as comtmittemanan and Lotut Kly of Granite was appointed in his place. The committee is now composed of the :ollowing gentlemen: Dr. W. I. Powc r, Chairiman; W. W. Kroger, Secretary; E. I. Holland, H. T. Cuimming, J. D. Kenned3, Lent Kelly and D. S. McLed. Other Lbsiness transacted by the com mrittee t\as to adjust the alpportimnuent of dclega.tes and make preliminary ar ralnrr LuOneri for t lie coullnty convention. Anothi r meeting will ha held next week, at which time a call for the conunty conve:tion wi.1 tprbailly be issued. INGALLS SINKING RAPIDLY. The Kais.ac Ex-Ktcenator in it Critical Con dition. ATCHIS iN, Kan., Aug. 15.-Ex-Sen ator Johlin J. Ingalls, who is in his Vegas, N. M., for his health, is sinking rapidly, and his son, Sheffield Ingalls, has started for the bedside of his father. A telegram from Mrs. Ingalls an uounced the serious condition of Mr. lugalls, who has been in the Southwest for over a year for a throat difficulty. It has been believed here for three months that he was fatally ill. Funeral of Baron Russell. LOxDON, Aug. 15.-The funeral serv ices of Baron Russell of Killowen, lord chief justice of England, took place at Brompton Oratory during the morn ing in the presence of a large congrega tion. Father Matthew Russell, a brother of the deceased chief justice, celebrated low mass. Interment took place at Epsom. Chile Will Buy a Cargo of Cars. SANTIAGO DE CIILE, Aug. 15.-The Chilean comngress has voted $2,500,000 Chilean currency for a cargo of cars the greater portion of which will be purchased in the United States. Ten ders have been invited for building the great iron bridge over the river Maipu. Salisbauy Takes a RHet. LONDON, A ug. 15.-Acting on his doc. tor'i1 instructions Lord Salisbury started for Soulete, a health resort in the Vos. ges, where he will spend a mouth. He will, however, retain control of the for eign office by means of telegrams and nmeusages. Twenty-four Cases of Smallpox. WAsHINGTON, Aug. 15.-The agent at the Devils Lake Indian reservation in North Dakota has telegraphed the interior depertment that smallpox has broken out among the Indians and there/ are now 24 cases on the reserva tion. BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. PHILIPsBUao, Montana, August 8, 1900. Pursuiant it adjournment of July 31, the board of county commis-ioners act ing as a board of eqanlization met at 10 o'clock a. m. Present -Chai'mnn Featlherma. Commissioners Hen nessy and Campbell and Clerk Arms. Minutes of July 31st were read and approved. A number of taxpayers who had been notified appeared before the board and were heard re garding their assessments. The board adjourned at 5 o'clock p. m. to meet at 10 o'clock a. m. ' hursday, August 9th. J. B. tIEATHERMAN, Chairman. DANIEL ARMS, County Clerk. PaILPesBURn, Montana. Augustg, 1900. Pursuant to adj.ournment of yesterday, the board of county commissioners, acting as a hoard of equalization, met at 10 o'clock a. m Present-I hairman Featherman, ('ommissioners Hennessy and Campbell and Clerk Arms. Beveral parties appeared before the board and asked for a reduction in the valuation of their assessments. The board adjourned at 5 o'clock p. m. to meet at 10 o'clore a. m. Friday, August 10th. J. Ii. FEA'THERMacN. Chairm.an. DANIEL AIrMs, County Clerk. PHILIPSBUIt(. Montana, August 10, 1900. Pursuant to adjournment of .esteiday, the hoard of county comnaissionels, acti.ng as a board of equalization, imet at 10 o'clock a. in. Pre.ent--(:hairman Featherman, Conmmissioner Hn-Inessy and Clerk Ar.s. The day was passed in consultation with par ties who had been notified to appear before the board. The boari adjourned at 5 o'clock p. m. to meet at 10tO o'clock a. im. Monday, August 13tn. J1. B. FEATECItMAN, Chairman. DANIEL AIMS, ('ounty Clerk. PHILIPSBURG. Mionlan, August 13. 1900. Pursuant to adjournment of Augu-t 10 h, the board of county commissioners, acting as a hoard of equalizatior, met at 10 o'clock a. m. Present-Chairman Featherman. Commission ers Hennessy and ('ampball and Clerk Arms. Minutes of August 9th and 10th were read and approved. The following orders were made: Ordered, that the Walker Commercial Co. be raised $1000 on merchandise. Ordered, that George Walter be assessed with a mortgage of $2000. Ordered, that one cow be stricken from the assessment list of Mrs. Mary Johnson. Ordered, that the valuation of property as sessed to the Montana Water, Electric Power and Mining Co. be raised as follow-: Valua tion of flaume be raised from $4500 to $5500; that vaiuation of machit ery and pipe-line be raised from $11,500 to $31.710. Ordered, that the valuation of the 20-stamp mill, office. lwellings, btable, hoists, and all improvenieiits assessed to James Stnart as the Combination Mining and Milling Co.'s prop erty at a valuation of $19,000 be raised to a valn ation of $21.2'3. Ordered. that the 10-stamp mill assessed to the Hope Mining Co. at $10,0010 be reduced to $8,000; that the improvements on the tilver Chief lode be reduced from e$900 to $450. Ordered, that the lands of the Northern Pa cific Railway Co. listed at $1 per acre be as sessed at 70 cents per acre, this amount being 20 cents per sore in advance of the valuation of 1899. Thin day's minutes were read and approved. Board adjourned. J. B. FEATHEBMAN. Chairman, DANILt Anas, Clerk. COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGSB. PRILIPsBnua , Montana,'lb aust 18. 1900. In pursuance of the provisions of Section 8825, Political Code of Montana, the board of county commissioners of Granite county. Mon. tana, met at the offce of the connty clerk of said county for the purpose of making the vari ous tax levies for the present fceal year. The board met at 7:10 p. m. Present-Chairman Featheman, Commissiloners lleanese and Cmpbell and Clerk Arms. The followin resolution was adopted and ordered spread upon the minutes as the order for the various tax levies for the year 1900, t.-wit : Be It Resolved, That the levies of taxes for the various county and state purposes and the number of mills on the dollar of assessed valu ation be designated as follows. to-wit" State Puiposes-Two ano a half (2i4) mills on all rolperty ot the county for state purposes. general Fund-Eleven (11) mills on all the property of thecounty for county purposes to defray the cu rent extlenses of the county. Road Fund- 1'o (2) mills on all property ot the county for a road fund; also a special road poll tax of $2 per capita upon each and every able-bodied man over the age of 21 years and under the age of 45 yenrs residing in the county. Poor Fund-Two (2) mills on all property of the county for a por Iund; talso a poll tax t f $2 per capita noon each and every male inhabi tant of lth counts over the age of 21 and under i0 .anrs (of age1, ev'ept taupers, insane persons, a ut II dimns, not t tx-m. Sheep inspector .n I Indemnity Fund-One. haltf ii) of one It) mill on the assessdd vaHlu atilln (of sieep it the county for sleep inspector and ildemomnly fund for state purposes. it irk In lemuity undl--One-teuntl '1-10) of one lt) iniil on1 all cattle, horses, muiles and a seas in the county for a stock indemnity fund tIcr state lpurploseCs. Stock Dettectve and Inspector Fund-One aud one-hal, (1 !) ml is on all cattle, horses, mules atdl ahutSs ill Ith coutnty for a stock ue leclive auind illnspectotr fundl Ilr at to purpitoses. Provided, that Ial. persons owuiun less than 25 hieadl oIf hoillses, mules, asses or cattle shall not tbe liable to this tax State lHonty Fund-Five (5) mills upon all catile. bllr.s, 1l ules, ases(' and sheep in the colity four a state bollunty fund for state pulr poses. tiul.era, School Fund- Five (5) mills on all the Irolerty oif tlhe l ounlty sor a general school ftlllt to Itcfray the current ex:iouses of the Puoiblic sohiio!ls.. School District No. I --Two (2) mills for the intieest fund and one( and ta half (1tl) mills for t, to inkil.g fund on all proplerty it School Dis t.ict .v .1. lBridge Fund--One (1) mill ott all the property Iof the coiunty for a bridgel funl. 1The following order was itdii. 1ty virtue of tie auth(ority vested in the board tn:ler bection 3lt51 of the Voiitical :(ode, it is hterebly ordelrel that the makllng or use of ilany dupliicate assesslient book for the lcounty ftir tiheyetar 1(0 Iu be adll is hereb y disp lltsol wilt andt the original iisesCstmentl t bitook shall be use dt by the counllt,. tre.tsurer ilnstad tiiei'tiof. TI:es itl,'ts Uillintils wort'i I'i at aid uapproveid. Tile bhal adjourned at 11 o'clock It. o:. J . l, FiE 'ttIntiAN, tLiairnlnt. DANIEL Annis, ('lrk. PHnItIPsLt tt: , Montana, August 14, 1900. ITursuant to ia cal posted tuly Si, 11.t(t, thyi Iord of lcounty ciuiti.sso5Iint ttteta iti 10 o'clock a. n. i'treseu'n --('ltirlan F'ltthernian, I ou1 llissioners Hiniuessy and t altpbiell and C(lerk Anrs. The petition of S. J. Ititchey arid others ask ing for a change in the county roadtl through the totwn o(f (ttirllet was COitsiderea anli the folloiw tng viewers were appoilted: J. II. :uLcMasLer. T. F. Ward and Dlr. elter S. Mussigbrodt. T''lh said vieowers re to views the pioposli d clhange in said road on Saturday, Septenl'er 1, 19UO, att 2 o'clck O ul. 'hle bill if A. P. Buwio of $3!i for thirteen days' w rk at deputyv assessor during the month.l it A 'tn t was ordered ptitd. 'tl'h following pfr diem bills wereo allowed: J. H. Feat herman- To one day's services as county conltissioner, June 2'J.........$ 8 00 To two t .. s' s rvices as board of crlualiz:ltion, July llth and 17th Iii 00 M ileage ................. .......... 5 20 '1Ti three days' services as board of eqnaaizat.on, July 25th, 20th ind 27th .................. .. 24 00 M ileage.. ............... ... ..... 5 20 To two day's services as board of cqualization, July 30th and 31st it1 00 Iileago ............. .... ....... 5 20 To ft tir nt ys' services as board of equalization, August 8th, itlh, 10th and 13th................ 32 (0 Mileage....................... 5 20 To one day's services as county commnissioner, August 14th..... 8 00 D. W. Hennessy To two dalil' services as board ,of egnalization, July 16th andt I th Iii 00 Mileage... ............ 2 40O To three days' services as board of equalization. July 25th, 20tth and 47tit.................... 20 0O Mileageo........................ 2 40 To two tlays' services as board of equalization, July 30tt and 31st 16 (00 M ileal ge............... ......... ... 2 40 To four days' services as board of equaliz Ition, August 8th, 9th, 10th and 13th.................... 2 00 Milease.............. ........ 2 40 To one day's services as county commissioner, August 14th..... 8 00 To one day inspecting county roads............ ...... ... . 5 00 Expenses........................ 2 00 H R. Campbell- To one day's services as county c smmissioner. Jtun tith .t..... R i) To two days' services as board of equalization, July 1lith and 17th 1, 00 To three days' services as board of equalization, July 25th, 2itlth and 27th ............... ........ 24 00 To t wo days' services as board of equalization. July 30th and 31st 16i 00 To three tlays' services as board of equalization, August 8th, 9th and 13th ........... ............. 24 00 To one day's services as county com'missioner, August 14th.... 8 00 Board adjourned. J. B. FEATHERMAN, Chairman. DANIEL ARn.I. Clerk. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, HELENA, Montana, Auiust 13, 100t1.. Notice is Ihereby given that William Wallace. of Gold Creek. Montana, hais filed notice of in tention to make I roof on his desert laund claim No. 5178, for the E% NW1i. 8% NE,,, N!j SW'4 and W % SE!. Section 20. Township 10 north, Itange 12 west, M. M., before the clerk of the district court in and .or Granite county Mon tana. at Philipsburg. Montana, on Saturday, the 291th day of September, 1900. He names the following witnesses to prove the comlplete irrigation and reclamation of said land: James R. Dow. of Pioneer, Montana, William U. Brent, of Pioneer. Montana, Edward P. Cox, of New Chicago, Montanra, William Stiner, of Pioneer, Montana. GEORGE D. GREENE, Register. First publication August 17--30-6t. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4236. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. HELENA. Montana, July ii, I100. Notice is hereby given that Montana Waer, Electric Power and Mining company, a corpor a ilon ortuanized under the Jaws of tile sate of lissouri, by Edgar I. Holland. its agent, duly authorized by a resolution of the board of dlrec. tore of said cornmpany, whose residence and post otfice address is Philipsburg, tiranite county, Montana, has this day filed an application for a patent for he Eleanor placer ining claim (upon which a notice of intention to apply for a pateut, toge, her with a copy of the official plat and survey, was posted on the 2ith day of June, 1'Jl0) and designated as Survey No. 5899. sit rated in thie Flint Creek mining district, Gran ite county, State of Montaua, in (fractional) Township No. 6 north of Range 14 west. Imrrid inn of Montana, containing an area of 72.58 acres, and being more particularly described, as follows, to-wit: Eleanor Placer Mining Claim, Survey No. 5899. (Magnetic variation. 21 deg. 30 min. east) Beginning at Corner No. 1 a post 4% inches square, set in a mound if earth. marked 1-5899 for Corner No. 1, from which the quarter sec. tion corner between Sections 26 and 35. Town ship 6 north, Range 14 west, bears south 22 de grees and 4 minutes west 941.5 feet, and running thence south 6J degrees, 42 minutes east 17115 feet; thence south 53 degrees, 32 minutes east 1773 feet; thence south 46 degrees. 13 minutes east 1316 feet; thence south 68 degrees east 590 feet; thence south 81 degrees, 14 minutes east 462 feet: thence south 8 degrees, 5 minutes east 710 feet; thence south 6 degrees, 29 minutes east 438 feet; thence south 43 degrees, 35 minutes east 370 leet; thence north 0 degrees. 36 minutes east 270 feet; thence north 20 degrees. 27 minutes east 551.5 feet; thence north 18 degrees, 43 minutes west 981 feet; thence north 52 degrees. 5 minutes west 348 feet; thence north 66 degrees, 10 minutes west 631 feet; thence north 53 degrees, 3 minutes west 5045.4 feet; thence south 28 degrees, 41 min utes west 688 feet, to said Corner No. 1. the place of besinnin, containing an area of 72.58 acres. and being in (fractional) Township 6 north, Range 14 west, Montana meridian, in Granite county. Montana. Said mining claim is recorded at Page 527 of Book No. t (one) of Placer Records of Granite county, Montana. Adjoining claim-on the south Survey No. 3878, tit. Fatrick lode, Joseph H. Harper appli. cant, No known conflicting claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely the minin groend or premiee4or any portion thereof so described, sarve)ed, iatrted and a. plied for are hereby notified that unless their adverse c'aims are duly filed as according to law and the regulations thereunder within sixty days from the first publication of this notice with the register of the United States land office at Helena, Montana, they will be barred in vir tee of the provisions of said statutes. GEO..o D. GREENE, Register. W. E. Moons, Attori.-y for Appllicant. First publication July l-$I-lOt. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4244. UNITED STAThL8 LAND OrFIce, IIZLiNA, Montana., August 18, 11500.( Notice is hereby given that James L. Hamil ton, whose postothee address is Butte. Montana, has thisday filed an apllplication for a patent for 1500 linear teet, the same being for 625 feet in a westerly and 875 feet in an easterly direction from the point of discovery on the Welcome lode mining claim, situated in No Organized mining district, Deer Lodge county, Mouta is. the postion, course, and extent of the said mining claim, designated by all official survey th teof as 8urvwy No. 511. Township No. 5 nrth, Range No. 12 west, t notice of which wa, plosteid o the laim on the 21 day of August 19')) nihd iiinl more liarticu atIly t foil it ha l described in the otticial held notes and Ilat tilereot on lhe tIi this od1ce, as follows, to-wit: Ihegirnlg at the soutiheast corer ita pIane tree I inches in dliamteter, marked 1-5,11l, from w hich the Utited States Loca tn ill oilo.iulteat Noi. StAti, establishel for surve. s inn supposed Tiownship 5 north, Range 12 west, bears south 1i degrees, II ii intlt',s east 47 fe,.t, and runeing thenmice north 21 degrees, 21 mitinu:es eaoust tl(t) feet to t'ornier No. 2; tihence norlth Ii3 degrees. 43 minuites west 1300 feet to Corner No. 3: thenc," south 21 de. groes, 21 minutes west till feet to l'ornor No. 4; thence south 62 degrees, 45 nmlinutllles east 1.2)00 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of leginnilg. conutaining all area of 2i.113 acres claimned b. tli llbo e-uumedl applicaut for patent. 't lie locatin of tins lint is recorded in the ollice lof the recorder of D)eer Lodge coullnlty, (oIl Page 187 in ollok "' of Qiartz Lide Lcal oans. 'he e aire no known a QIjting chiLms to these tiremll ises. iE )R(11iE D. G( ltEENE. legister. Jos. It. H AItP It. U. S. l'tim Agent. Fir'.,t publication August 17 :;0.1it. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4235. UNl III' S11. tEs LANt) (lFFeLtE. IHEIEN\, Mtontan, Juane 2i, 101t0. Notice is h),'eby giV ni that thlorg. W, lorse, whliie postilliee adtlire,- is New I hiicago. iran1 ir Colity. Mitate of i llo tana, Ii tati i daI tiei d tin application fo ii' r attt I t i of wh i' was poste.i o the 2thd yt of l.\i y. A I), 130 , for I,0 linear e, te he veint , iiti 'l dit t II'i . foti eI llthousterly mlle 2: feet "outlhie'.,,t 3 '' Illo " , llotrl the iifg f te o it the v it from the ,,'n t,,r of th discoti .ry i t on tl!ie Joh:l i, t h rlile le, mining claim: a:tlo 15011,0 li ftl f NI e ,iiiill. in l la1ing )l f. et so1 tblssterlyi and l"h, I'lt hIrthwtiesl.110 l, ltei ielis' t tih lllug till vst .st of 1n ,'vil fro( m . h el ,uter of i,(((sale rlN v it' ro ithe Ali ei h lirighll t P uti lotN , noiling cluti : alUs 1053liie.or fe',t of thoe vei, il.nluo i ,_.1 ;till foot sout ),heast erly mid 723 fet, n(rt,' ',v 't .l , u retl'ld tlun4 the I ' tmlit1 o the win' v,.i fromt the ivnter of thi dis2ovy s ileha ila I ho Anmedeihi IHi-M1 talhtlc lde miti ilg cltit ; it!tiso 12)0I l, tr fest hllf the veiun,inc n illtng 0ltif I,. it h 7 li rs.iti' alitd 52 foPtt So2 f t eir) l i, meli ore2 d ler I lie courseof ith e. ltiln.fromll tihet iellr of ti l , dii. Aovey lhaftl on the in(nded Alt, a rilee Nliniohg ('l5thlm, :ill sil 1t1ted1 in Pikes Peak lunm organozunl ineinin g district, lIra it e Comt y, i Statl of .il11~11 tli'th. atiir designated b1 the ollie ial s1r2'ey. field niultsNod pulo thereofl ftile in this hici e as ,irveys Num rb'"rs 131, 51:il. 51+;1 illtll[ 5,137 - piclivtly. ii (!ni lrveied Townshil ,t torth,, Itngeo 12 west, illand dtscribe1 alls follows, to-wIt: John G(l. ilr lisle Lodei, S2rvey No, 5434. ileginning a1t the linoirthwest eation ornuer li Illt 5 inches l ar, 1 mi 12 feet lo1g, 2 feet tliep, ml1rked 1-lil f 1r l'uiner No. I of this t survet, frmn which luilial Points No 1, Township S north, lItaug 12 west (lusurireyed), ()ari nirth .12 degrees. 12 milltles wet, 373.5. feet, aiil iln nhl. Ih letce outilh 19 d( greel, 17 millutes e.st 15|10 felt; thence south 213 degroes, ,i1 Iinates west Iit0 feet, thence north l4lledgres,g 17 minuetest1 west 1502.5 feet; thence north 238 de#.rei,. 50 mlintes east 5Cor fet, to Corner No. 1, the placet of beginning, containing an area of 1ill iii aties, all claimed by toe above-nanmei aitlicant. Anmended Bright Sun Lode, Survey No(. 543511 Beginning at the southwest location corner, whichi is also Corner Nilo 1 of rvey No, 511, t t elil:",5 5 inches s(l' ro, 2f4!e. fet iong, sot 2 feet lt,,p, marked 1-5134, marked it 1 51:15 for ('or nur No. I of this 1lrvey. from which lnitlil lii:nlt No. 1. I ownship s north. Irtaugo 12 west ii. snrvenyedy, burs north 52 dgries, 12 min tili s weost i3718 5 feet, and rnnilig ithence nortill S1 degrees. 51 mil utes east, 5.5 feet; 1uelnie south 4i ldegrees, 51 mninutes east 1 t1l2 feet; tfince S(I 21 degreltes, L2 niinee tes west 41e5. flOlt; h tilee northli 4 degrees, 37 minutes west 1501, featr, to Corner No. 1, lhe ilace of beginning. intligning an ulirea of 1).1n(! acres, all claimed bly he above-named appl icant. .tnmended Ill-Metallic LodeRurvey No.5430 U;nginning at Corner No. 1 ia post 5 inches ('(mare, 5 feet Jong, 2 feot deep, marked 1-5131t for I'orner No. 1 of this survey. fromx which ini i:l Point No. 1, Townsiip H north, Itange 12 west (unsurveyed), bears nwrth 50 degreos, 40 miniteswest 2677.) feet. ail runintR (honnce south 51 degrees, 01 minutes east 101:3 feet; thnce south 23 degrees, 556 minutes west 4110 fe.t; thence north 50 degrees, 01 mninnt s west 103feoot: thence north 23 deg oetl, 5)1 minutes east 400 feet, :o Corner No. 1, the place of be ginning, containing an area of 11.03 acrys. alil claimed by thi above niaved applicant. Anenoded Alta Lode, Survey No. 15437. Beoinning at ('orner No. 1. which is also Cor ner No. I of Survey No. 5131i, a post 5 inchili ;i.qare, 5 feet long, sit 2 feet die(, marked 1-:4:3, marked it 1-5137 for ('orner No. I of thii -urvey. from which Initial Point No. 1, Town. chip 8 north, Range 12 west (unm rveyed ), bitars 1torth 50 degrees. 40 minutes west 271C7,1i fwet, and rnn,,ing theneo north 2; deireei, 51 iin utes east 545 foot; thlence soth 5i l degrees, Ol minutes ast 1011i feet: I lence south 21 delgrl es. 51 tminntesw st 515 feot; the,-ns north 5(1 de grees, 01 minutes west 101;.1 feet, to lliorner No. 1. the place of beitinning, cntaining ll larea of 19 acres, all claimed by the above-named appli cant. There are no known claims in conflict with these surveys. Thelre are no known claims adjoining these The iocation notices of these mines are re corded in Book 2 of Lode locations on Page - and in BIok 5 of Lode Loration, on Pages 614, 6115 and 613 I respectively), Records of Granite County, Montana. Magnetic variation of iall courses in these sur veys, 21 degre ., 20 minutes east. Totalaroa of these surveys claimed by the above-named applicant is 10.70 acres. GlEO1tiE D. tiIIEENE, Rlegister. JosIAII SnitiLL Attorney for Applicant. First puolication J une 29-23-10t. MINING APPLICATION NO. 74. UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, AlISSOULA. Montana. August Iti, 1900. Notice is hereby given that Paul A. Fusz, by Frank D. Birown. his attorney in fact. hlose postoltice address is Philipsdburg, Gran its county, state of Montana, has this day filed his application for a patent (notice of which was posted on the 20th day of May. A. 1). 19110.) for 11 5It acres of placer mining groundl--b aring gold-and known as the Al,endeid fShiviely Placer, and alsoi for 19.45 acres of placer mining ground-- learing gotid -and known as the Amendedl Gold I ill PIlaler, situated in thie Iock C(reek (unorganized) m n intt district, Grsanite countiy, state of Monlana, and designitedl by the field notes and official plat lon il ( this office itas Surveys NnlnimbeIs 5754 nod 5755, respe( tively, lunsurvesed) Tiown ship 6 north, IRange I11 west of principal base line and mieridian of the stat(ie of Mlontana, said Surveys Numblllers 5754 and 5755 being ias follows, to-wit: Survey No. 5754, Amnendeld Sahively Placetr. Beginning at Corner No. I, 1he norl hwst loca tion corner, a p,.st 5 inchesl sqllare. 5 feet long, 2!i feet deelp. mrked 1-5751 for Corner N,. 1. from which U. S. L. M. No. 1i155. Townsihip 7 north, lrange 1li west (unsurveyed) bears north 14 degrees, Si minutes iast 2415.1 feet, and run ning thence south 37 degrees west 1404 4 feet: thence south 33 degrees, 30 minutes west ltit feet; thence south 54 degrees, 30 minutes east 272 feet; thence north 33 degrees, 21 minutes east 2144.7 feet; thence north 711 degrees. 45 minutes west 192.1 feet, to Corner No. 1, the placHe of begin ning, containing an area of 11..56 acres, all claimed by the above-namn d applicant. Survey No. 5755, Amended Gold 11111 Placer. Beginning at Corner No. 1, the northacst loca tion corner, a post 4% ins square, 4%/ feet long, 2 feet deep, tmarked 1-5755 for Corner No. 1, from which U. 8. L. M. No. 55115, Township 7 nortn. Range 16 west (un urveye 1h bears n ,ith 21 degrees, :I minutes east 3437.6i feet. and run. nfing thence south 06t degrees, 46I minutes west 1237.5 feet; thence north is degrees, 37 minutes west 400.5 feet; thence routh 61 degrees, 22 min. utes west 730 feet; thence south 21 decrees, 35 minutes minutes east 1036 feet; thence north 71 degrees, 55 minutes east 270 f-et; thence north 22 degrees, 25 minutes west 350 feet; thence north 59 degrees, 56 minutes east 520.5 feet: thence north 62 degrees, a14 minutes east 1038 feet; thence north 37 degrees east 3"26.3 feet, to Corner No. 1. the place of beginning, contain. ing an area of 19.45 acres, all claimed by the above-named applicant. Magnetic variation of all courses of these sur. veLs, 20 degrees east. There are no known clains in conflict with these surveys. The adjcining claims are: On the sout.h an, east of Survey No. 5754 the Dream Placer claim (n surveyed). Joseph l. Pardee et al claimants on the northeast. the Basin Creek Placer clain (pnsurveyed), Paul A. Fuss, claimant. On tit south orlurvey No. 5755 is tlure No. 514, th" Amended Quarts Hill placer. Joseph T. Parde: aoilclant. The location notices of these placer mining claims are recorded in hook 4 of Placer Loos tions at Pages 18 and 17. respectively, Reomrd of Granite county, Montana. Total area of these surveys claimed, 21.0 ELMER E HERSHEY Register. JOsIAw SKULL. Attorney for Ajpliant. First pnblicat on, Aulgust -le-tOl IlAMPL9g ODouR IANOpIWORK ýEMONSTRATE THE SUPER fL iority of the MissoulaT Laundry. You' l find them in our office and also on the cersons of scores of well dressed people in Philipsburg. Such peple are the heralds of our skill. They ear:ry the proof of it every where, and they confirm and extend our popularity. Styles differ, but in laundry work our Troy style has the dcall. F. R HOLTON, aom N a tt D)epot, Phillpsbur g. 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