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depression among tl»e planters, who consider
themselves ruined. Hartford, Oonn., July 81.—John H. Hub bard, formerly member of Congress from the 4th district, died at Litchfield yesterday. Sprinofuld, Mass., 81.—Rev. J. B. Moore died ' to-day to 15 3-9. One million will be sold at from 15 3-8 to 15 8-9. Deutsch Heinrich attempted to escape from Bing Sing to-day. He was mounted on a horse and was riding off w T hen the guards fired and killed the horse and captured Hein rich. The libel suit ot Gen. Kilpatrick against Jennings of the Time* was up in Judge Ho gan's police court to-day. JeRaings was present with his lawyer and waived an ex amination. He will appear on trial at the general sessions, whenever an indictment is found. He was discharged am his own re cognisance. Ex-Governor Morgan, Henry Clews, and others, were present, to bail the defendant, if required. A London dispatcli says the reception given by Admiral Aldcn to the Prince and Prin cess of Wales yesterday at Southampton was an exceedingly brilliant affidr. There were ten anen-of-war in the harbor. The recep tion took place on board the Brooklyn, a case of small-pox having recently appeared on AWcn's flagship, the Wabash. The Prince and Princess of Wales embarked on the rqyal steam yacht in the afternoon, and on the arrival of the party on board the Brook lyn there was a Wending «f the flags of Eng Sand and the United States. The Prince In spected the fleet A grand salute was fired •on the Prince's departure. The same evening •the Prince entertained a dinner party on the ■royal yacht, which inolwled Schenck, Sher irnsn, all the captains -ot the fleet and others. Lieut. Grant w as also invited. Previous to t the arrival of the Prince the fleet was in spected by Gea. Sherman. Texas dispatches •sty that the continued Indian depredations, as shown bv the evi dence before the American Commissioner there are chargeable to the Kkkgpao In dians, who left thotv reservation in Kansas and took refuge in Mexico. Judge Hagan, aftwr disposing of the case of Kiipatrick against Jennings of the Timen, sent the papers to tl»e District Attorney, who will lay them before the Grand Jury. It is stated that tf ic London poo! da Erie has been dissolved. The shipment of specie to-day was $150,000 in gold coin. . There is great (nativity in the custom Louse. Owing to the new tariff thousands of cases of goods have »been withdrawn rfootn the warehouses The Central, -Erie and Pennsylvania rail roads to-day Tedtwsd their f(eight rates to the West 45 to 58 (percent. Uteiiqnarted that the change is for the month only in order to break down-the «old contracts whioh are det rimental fa) the, roads. The fire at Hunter's Point îs •otlî! burning, though tfcereiisiiw danger of its extending. Saratoga, August I.—The prosecution in the Barnard impeachment trial -closed their case'o-day. The evidence was ucjtnportanL Bostox, August 1.—The Dean Academy, at Franklin, Massachusetts, was .'burned last night. Loss, ÜHÜO, 000, which is »covered by insurance! San Fraï.'oiw!», August L—^The Diamond Company'«stock is offered at $40. There was a diamond in,the bank estimated vtt the value of $200,060, with rubies, sapphire and emer alds. Some of the sapphires are as large as a pigeon egg. Itis claimed that they were all washed out -of a ton and a half of gravcL The company declines to state «thoexact local ity of thé minet: but say they have located 3,000 acres, covering the prinoipo! deposit, A dispatchfiram Tucson, Arizona, of July 25th says: A. <ü. Benedict Jose Panilla and Thomas Papin were attacked by Apaches while laboring on a ranch. All three were wounded. They beat the Indiane off, killing : seven. WAsnuscaioN, August 1.—The public debt ! statement shows a decrease during July of :$3,427,587; the«coin balance k $59,310,689; «■currency balance, $16,038,358. BaltuüäE, August 1.—On Mexday night a mob of disguised men took (three negro in cendiaries from ■(the officers conveying them (to jail at Elfefon, Cecil county-, ned hanged one to a tree. Ike fate of the others is not known. Bangor, Maine, August 1.—«General Kil ipatrick has sued tie Daily Whig and Courier for libel, piecing the damages at $30,000. An attachment was issued this morning. Ct. Lock, August 1.—The weather here has been extremely hot for the past two days, the mercuiy standing at 99 tn the shade. There have been numerous cases of «m stroke. Titusville, August 1.—A meeting of the colored citizens «oandemned the course of Sumner as unworthy of respect, and express ed their distrust at ,acy alliance withrthe Dem ocratic party, which lias resisted emancipa tion, «civil rights, and political freeds*). It is believed that Suraaef s hostility is the result of personal prejudiocsmalnst President Grant, and they have reaotaeti to act with theitenub lican party, as Gnat has been the fine friend of their race. Terse Hadtk, Ind„ August 1.—Atm mass meeting of the colored voters in this «ounty this evening, resolutions were passed ac knowledging Sumner's ^reat services do tlie colored race, but deefimng to follow hie lead out of the Republican party, and pledge (then support to «Grant, as the representative t£ the true Republican principles, and the (best friend of the colored people. St. Louie, August l.-The Republican Stete Convention k called to meet here on Septem-' ber 4th, to nominate a State ticket. Lawrence, Ks., August L —A Grant Club of 600 members was form six hours. Cincinnati, August 1.—The Republicans of 3d (Ohio) district, have nominated L. B, Gunickle for Congress. Detroit, August 1,—'The Republicans of the 8th Michigan district have nominated N. B. Bradley for Congress. Hartford, (Conn.) August 2.—The Repub lican Ät ate convention is called to meet Itéré August 21st. Jackson, (Mich.) August 2,— An immense formai here to-day in Republican meeting was held here to-night, which was addressed by Postmaster General Cresswell, who spoke about two hours, main ly in defence of himself against the charges made by Ex-Governor Blair, in his recent speech here. Senator Chandler also make brief speech in defense of Gen. Grant, and a criticism upon Greeley's secession articles in the Tribune. Cincinnati, August 2.—L. Theal has been nominated for Congress by the Republicans of the ïth Ohio District Washington, August 2.—The State De partment observes the greatest secrecy upon the proceedings of the Geneva Arbitration, but k is learned that the several meetings have been harmonious. It Is known that the British government expected, after the indi rect claims were disposed of, to obtain an acquittance of responsibility for the rest. The decision in the Florida case offers an unity to estimate the extent of Great tain's nectmiary liability. It is thought , $12,500,000 will l>e the extreme limit of such liability. Chicago, August 1.— Henry Myers, a mas ter mechanic on the Danville ana Vincennes Railroad, was murdered at midnight in a sa loon, while talking politics, by George Ar nold and Charles Hartman. Philadelphia, August 1.—Minister Curtin will be received on August 14th by the Dem ocratic-Republican club. Utica, August 1.—The President and Sen ator Conkling went to Trenton Falls and were serenaded this evening. •-- m -» ira» »-a—— ; — FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Geneva, July 29.—The Board of Artvîtra tion held a three and a half hours session this afternoon. Nothing is officially known of the day's proceedings, The Swiss Tinea confirms the report now •current that the tribunal of arbitration has decided in favor of America in the case of the privateer Florida, on the ground that tlie British government did not use soflieiont pre cautions to prevent the departure of ttlie ves sel from English ports. The Tims* also says that the Board of Arbitration to-day took up the case of the Alabama. The Tinea fur ther says the Board has allowed the claims of the American Government arising out of the depredations of the Boston, Mussie, and Jeff. Davis, and other smaller Confederate cruisers. Matamouas, July 2ft.—A courier from Tampioo, arrived this morning «with City of Mexico 'telegrams to the 24th. The new tar iffi, increasing the rates of duties, has been suspended on this frontier for two months, permitting; goods to be imported under the old rates ■•for that time, «an account of tlie sus pension of business by «lie recent revolution. Rocha has issued a proclamation favoring peace and amnesty to all the late insurgents. A »umber of prominent revolutionists, who have been taking refuge in Texas, have ob tained permission to «turn'-with their fami lies. Tlieutage coach awl mail to the interior will seen resume naming. «FUu& kfort, July 29.— A«n omnibus filled with,passengers, while crossing the railroad track an K list ein, was ran ifito by a mail traimend dashed to piece«. Eight passenger woredrilled ami of the others in tlie omnibus none escaped injury. «.None on the train wereburt. tPwas, July 28.—The Wrench government «•■templates the resuiqp ion of diplomatic relations with Meoieo. «The death of Juarez lias, removed Ute «Uly obstacle thereto. Rous, July 29.—The «magnificent raibsray ■station at Mete is burned, making the fourth ilarge fire in that «city within twelve months. Jwgndon, July 28.—7U*e presents reoeived by Miss Nilsson «m her marriage amount to ■£13(900. Tlie Princess «of Wales seat «her a •diamond bracelet. London, July 29.—83£r James O'CWranel, brother of Daniel, diecHo-day. Madrid, July 29.—JSt is denied that the government intends selling the property seized from Cohan insurrectionists. « Another Inom! of Oafrästs were defeated In the northern department with the loss of èiriLt killed aaJthirty^wounded. lixrssEiR, July 29.—The Independence Heii*s states tlifst the- awards in the eaecs of the privateers Florida and Alabama will, ■together, amorast to £1,500,000. Ottawa, July .28.—A fire this raeraing burned seven buildings in Sussex street. Mrs. Evans was burned to death ami Hie ser vant fatally injured by jumping 150 feet. Madrid, July 20.— Amadeus has com pleted a tour of tlie northern pro vim «es, and will return to the Capital to-morrow. Great preparations are .making for his reception. Lax don, July 30;—ilt is reported that the Geneva Board have .adopted the following ■method of disposing of,die business before it: The case of cadi ship; to be examined sqpar and tect gave of and • ■atttly; the arbitrators,next decide what princi ple applicable to the case, by which it stands or falls; no definite amount of dam ages is then fixed upon, «but when the-exami matic« of all the cases Is completed, the'Tri burail will review its -^•parate condlusious and agree upon t&e total «um of damages. The Queen in a sympathetic telegram to Duo (F Aumale «as the death of his son soys: ■"I have suffered ns a wife and mother when the ŒMnce of Wades was in a dying state. I know then what your gridf must be. Believe that I sliare in it greatly!" Wirkst a, July 8L—A Geneva specisd «aye there is authority for saying that there is complete harmony in the Lourd of Arbitra tion. A speedy settlement of all questions before-the Tribunal is. exported within a fow Kâlie Grant in hene. Lonbov, August I, —Tlwne is some press couun«nt upon 8utinner's (letter, an altstract of which was cabled, upon the prospects of the pi'esidential canvass. The Tinea thinks Grant has been much injured by th^ refusal of the Geneva tribunal to entertain thie indirect claims. ^TUe Netra says that Sumner's letter can't but increase Greeley's chances of success. A quantity of gun-ootton ppematurely ex plodedthi&Mtemoou, while some experiments were being performed, at wliich Gladstone ►and the Commissioner of Buildings were pres ent. Fears were entertained that three gen tlemen had been hurt, but no damage was done, however, with the exception of break ing about a hundred windows in tlie Treasury bunding, A Geneva dispatch savs absolutely that no particulars are «obtainable of the proceedings of the latest sitting of the tribunal of arbitra tion. A general statement is put forth, ap parently from credible authority, (that all the grave questions are settled, and that the arbi toators are now studying (he details for the prospective adjustment. No official commu nication, however, has been furnished the press, and none will be until the final settle ment, which is likely to be reached much sooner than was expected. Havana, July 30.—-The Cubans defeated a Spanish column conveying provisions be tween Gibara and Halguin, killing Alfan, tlie Spanish commander. Havana, July.81.—Honduras news to the 23d state that the San Salvador troops under the lead of Merdira alias Mendita, captured Omoa, Honduras, on the 15th, and seized the women and children and principal citizens. He held them as hostages, threatening to shoot them unless the fprt was surrendered, which was done on the 16th. Médira Inaugurated himself President on the 17th. His troops are badly demoralized, and have commenced to pillage. Jose Maria Mendoca, the real President of Honduras, is near Ban Pedro ■ and likely to attack Omoa. Spanish C Tlie British and ____onsuls ask for war vessels to pro tect the interests of British and Spanish resi dents. Paris, August 1.—Tlie American residents gave a banquet to Stanley last night, at which Washburae presided. There were 100 guests, including most of the resident correspondents American journals. Kingston, Ontario, August 1.—Sir John A. McDonald was elected to Parliament to-day over John Caruthers by a majority of 181. Berlin, August 1.—Three cases of Asiatic cholera have occurred here. S. T.-I86O-X. ONWARD! The medical revolutfcvn which commenced years ago with the gradual disuse ot blood-letting, salivation, drastic purgatives, and powerful opiates, goes bravely and gloriously an. Every day the sick grow wiser. They are no kmgor willing to open their mouths, shut their eyes, and take whatever the doctors are pleased to prescribe wttheut injury. They waat to know the nature of the-iaedlclnes they arc required to swallow, and demand to have the mlstcrious Latin lingo of the profession translated Into plain English. The Inmud Word understands at last that VIGOR Is the great antagonist of disease. The feeble decline to be utterly prostrated by depleting pills and potions, and tarnlngifrom such mendienmeuts with loathing, jndv eiously ipDace their trust In a remedy which combines with the properties of an alterative those of a pure and wholesome tonic and Restorative. It Is now about itatleeipeara since this grand desideratum was Intro duced»* nder the name of PLANTATION BITTEES, auti irom that time to fib: present its progress has been without a parallel fa the history of proprietary m&ïjcineft. With the spirit of the sugar case—the utoaf. nntricioua of aM a'tuuilants—for Its Itasca, and medicated solely with A sc juices and extracts «of rare vegetable specifics, seuls as Calisoya Bark, the best kticwn Tonic that «he world produces, and which ■aufaes it by all odids the most unobjecfionaUe Invlgor ant. corrective and general alterative that has ever been placed bv scieeoc within the reach of tbs sick, the -«tiering aud tbedesp sKlcnt. Hence tt has««veriaape<l sill competition, «art "Plantation EUters is «»day the «test popular TVnic am «either side of the Atlantic, fi&wly-jeia] :,T3fo. 104.] APPLICATION FOB PATGRT. C. 'S. I*iKD Office, Heueka, M. T.,t\ July 6th, 1872. <f AT" OTICK IS imnBAV GIVEN flat Laron II. Gan -J-W haa this day made application for potent ander tbe ■mining acts of Congress, for (2900) twenty-two hundred ■ lascar feet oa the 'Excelsior Lode, bearing gold and Bill er, and described*« follows: w*)d-jyll JAMES KING, President, II£>. Register. CHARLES E. D17ER, Cashier. MONTANA NATIONAL BANK, m«l.\ STREET, HELENA, M. T. Paid up Capital, $KMMXKL ACTS41 HIKED CAPITAL, «3004*00. Buys GoVS Duet, Gold >3ars; receive« Deposits, «liecounta Notes, and makes Collection« on «11 parts of the United State«. Interest allowed on time earttficates. Bay Territodal and County Bonds. Sefls Exchange on all parta «.f Europe. New York, •Chicago and tt. Louis. Your accounr irapettfully ■solicited. DI RF.rroKs : DBCXDS fa WADE, Chief Justice, WAL «CHUMASEltCt, Attorney at Latv, JAMES FERGUS, Prickly Peaf Valley. GEO. 8TEELL, of E. G. liter lay St Co. W.C. GILLETTE, ot King A Gillette. CHARLES E. DUER, dAwtX-jyll GE 0 EGE FEEET Wholcualr and Retail Dealer In libelee CallM Wines, Lienors and Cigars, The traveling public Which he wifi aeU at low rates, supplied to sail, at the »KIYUS» SALOON, Pleurer City, Id. T. __[wly-augt] _ Frank Jones, Jake Miller Jefferson City Meat Market ! M ESSRS. JONES a MILLER give notice that, having opened a first-class Meat Market at Jeffer son City, the best of all kind« of meats wlU be furnished to tributary campe, at reasonable rates. A meat wagon and pack animals will ply daily for the accommodation of au. *rSm-apliö ter west. tant 18 feet, and running thence N. Sldeg. 38 min. W 2SU0 feet to a post r Alienee S. 8 deg. 22 min. W. 100 feet to a post; theane fa-S* deg. 88 min. E. 8200 feet to « pert ; thence N. 8 deg. 22 min. E. 180 feet to the place Of beginning, containing an area of (66-100) five ant live one hundredths acres, and eituated in Owyhee Park Mixing Dis tret, Lewis aud Clarke Cocaty, Montana Territory. TMs claim is aKMretSxily descrilwd by tl«e notice and diagrammed in thin office, copies of which are«coit tremisee claimed. these premises are the ig Company, w. cTcHfi LAND OFFICE NOTICES. K~*J 80.] applicationTor patent. C. fa Lard Orne*, Hukia, M. T.,1 April 89th. 1879. i Y OTICK Is hereby given that Archibald Csauii Tv bell and Ueorfe HicIsstrfiN have this day mads application for patent under the acts of Congress approved Joly 96th, 1966, and July «h, 1970, for twenty-two hundred linear feet of the Hidden Tt lode, Mating gold and silver, and sltnated In Cedar • — • District, Jefferson County, Montana Ter Plain Mining District, Jefferson I rifory. and described as follows: Beginning at a Greenstone lRxTxS In., from which the £ sec. cor. on the west boundary of section (IS) eighteen, township No. (S) five, north of range No. (I) one east bears fa TO deg. SO min. K. distant ISOS feet. and running thence H, TT deg. IS min. R. 1800 feet; ■ — • — luoieet : thence N. IT deg. ' AS min. K. 100 thence 8. TS deg. AB min. Vi. 10Ô feel IS min. W. 8800 feet ; thence N. T8 t feet; thence 8. IT deg. 15 min. E. WOO feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of <6 5-100) five and 100 Acres. There are no adjoining claimants. The nearest claim ants are Henry Bear aud George Currine on the Van derbilt lode. Alia II. SANDERS, w90d-myt __ ____ _ Register . [Mb. 81.1 APPLICATION FOB PATENT. one as the niue K. A5 N. rock 1400 V. fa Land Office, Helena, M. T.,\ May 1,18T2. J N OTICE Is hereby given that William H. Wright, John N. Barlow, John Hez eliiah and Jacob D. Tie*Jen have this day made application for patent under the act of July 8th, 18T0, for [180) one hundred and sixty acres of placer mining land, sltnated ill Holmes' Gulch Mining Dis trict Jefferson County, Montana Territory, and de scribed as follows : The N. W. X of the fa W. V of section (1) one, and the N. X of the S. E. V and the fa W. }( of the fa E. X ot section (2) two, township No. (9) nine north, range No. (3) three west Montana Territory. There are no adjoining claimants to these premises the nearest claimant being Alexander M. Woolfolk. W90d-rnv2 ADD. H. SANDERS, Register. [SoTitoT APPPICATION B OH PATENT. ■ IT. s. Land Office, Helena, M. T..1 May 4th. 18T2. f N OTICE Is hereby given that William A. Cheottinan and Joacpla Davis have this day made application for patent under the act of Con grëss approved July 9th, 18T0, for (180) one hundred and sixty acres of placer mining land, sltnate In Helena IIIU Mining District. lewis and Clarke County, Mon tana Territory, and described as follows The southwest X of the northeast X and the south east X ot the northwest X and the northeast X of the southwest X and the northwest V of the sontheaet >, of s«x;tlou (30) thirty in township No. (10) ten north west X ot the son p No. (101 range No. (3) three west of principal meridiun Montana Territory. The adjoining claimants to these premises are Carr, Fagan & Grass, Truett <J: Atchison, Getclicll Bros. Henry Thompson, and the Helena town site. w20d-my3 ADD. H. SANDERS. Register. [No.00.] APPLICATION ËOK PATENT. U. 8. Land Office, Helena, M. T.,1 May 8th, 1872. f N OTICE Is hereby given that William ,11 Ktynicxt has this day made application for patant under the act of Congres« approved July 9th, 1810, for (CO) acres of placer mining land, situate in Union Mining District, Lewis aud Clarke County, Mon tana Territory, and described as follows: The fa E. X ot the N. E. X and lot Na (7) seven of eetelan (19) nineteen, township (10) ten north of range No, (8) three west of priacipt) meridioh Montana Te» T^ adjoining claimants to there premises are W Ham A. Chessman and Abram C. Jones, eh ah w90d-my9 ADD. H. SANDERS, Register. IN», in.) APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U. fa Land Office, Helena, M. T., May 8th, 1872. AJOTICK is hereby given that Leopold R IN child. Christian Y. Aaideraot Mort« U. Edinger have this day made appllca T i otha Andernon and tlon for patent under the acta of Congress approved July 26th, 188«. and Joly tth, 187(1 to r(2,000) two thou sand linear feet of the North Pacific Lode bearing silver, consisting of two parcels, and sltnate In Colo rado Mining District, Jefferson County, and In the fa E. X ot section », T. 7 N., R. 4 Vi., (unsurveyed) Mon tana Territory, and described as ftdluws: Beginning for first parcel at a post bona which the, & WT corner of township No. (S) eight north, range Na (8) three «vest, bears N. C2 deg. 49 mtn. E., distant 874.33 chains and running thence fa 87 deg. W. 600 feet to a pout ; thence 8. 23 deg. E. to a post ; N. 67 deg. E «00 feet to a post ; thence N. 23 deg. W. 100 feet to the place of beginning. For the secouil parcel, beginning at a post from which the «rest corner of first parcel bears N. «7 di E. distant 200 feet and running thence 8. 6Ï deg. ' 1. 23 deg. E. 100 feet to thence Con ■IBHPNII____I acres. Tlie adjoining claimants to these premises are Daniel Je«vitt and Benjamin F. Marsh. w90d-my9 ADD. H. SANDERS, Register. 1400 feet to a post : thence 8. day 30 N. fa W. K. A. [No. 83.] appmuatioTFOR PATENT. U. S. Land Office, Helena, M. T.,1 June 5th, 1872: i N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jotin Buck I n if hum and Namuel Hitcbeuu have this day made application for patent under the mining acts of Congress, for (18 65-100) twelve and fifty-five one hundredths acres ot placer mining land,[described os follows: Beginning at a quartz rock 24x12x6 Inches, from which the N. W. corner of section (8) two, township (9) nine, north range Na (2) two east, bears fa 52 deg. 81 min. W., distant 214.90 chains ; and running thence N. *«■ ®-J™° to "»tete rock MxBxSfe Inches; thence N. 88 deg. 45 min. W. 408 feet to a slate rock 22x7x3)4 inchee ; thence fa 73 deg. 30 min. W. 1114 feet to a quartz rock 16x9x7 inches; thence fa 88 deg. 15 snln. w. 897 feet to a granite rock 20x10x6 inchee ; thence fa 6 deg. Vi. 879 feet to the place of beginning ; and Is situated upon unanrveyed lands in Central ÿ(n - f wl aimed. premises are Daniel W. C. CHILD, W60d-jel3 ________________________________ R egister . [NO. 04.] APPLICATIÖNFOR PATENT. U. fa Land Office, Helena, M. T., > , . June 7tl), 1872. ) Is hereby given that Andre«v Hawkins, Jas. rchibald McGregor, Sidney fa Tuttle, John Toseph E. llall, Charles \V. Cook. Henry Willism H. Welch, an association of persons Notice Grubb, Archibald m-Mi. P. II ill is, Joseph K. Hal Kezer and William H. W« _________ under the name and style of the Rock; Mountain Quartz Company, have this day made application for patent, under the mining acts of Congres«, for (----- twenty-two hundred linear feet on the Ohio bearing copper, and described as follows: Beginning at a post four inches square from «vhich the north corner of lot Na (37) thlrty-seveu, to«vnshlp Na (10) ten north, raugejNo. (9) nine east, from the prin cipal meridian, bears fa 67 deg. 80 min. E., distant 1680 feet, and ranning thence N. 56 deg. W. 2900 feet to a post ; thence fa 36 deg. W. 100 feet to a poet ; thence fa 55 deg. E. 2200 feet to a post ; thence N. 35 deg. E. 100 f L to the place of beginning .containing an area of (5 6-100) five and five one-hundredths acres, and sltnated in Muscleshell Mining District, Meagner County, Mon tana Territory. This claim Is more fnlly described by the notice and diagram filed in this office, copies of which are con spicuously posted upon the premises claimed. The adjoining claim to this lode Is the Indiana Iztde. „ W. C. CHILD, Register. w60d-jel8 [No. 1Ö6.) ~ ' APPLICATION FOB PATENT. U. fa Land Office. Helena, M. T.. June 18th, 1812. \I G HCE18 HEREBY GIVEN that Henry Pflaumer XV and Richard Uoback have this day maue applica tion for patent, under tbe mining acta of Congress, for " re * P tac r mtolng land, situated in Dry Gulch Mining District, Lewis and Clarke County, Mon tana Territory, and described as follows ; The seuthwest X ot the southeast X of section (80) thirty, township No. (10) ten north, range Na (8) three west of Principal Meridau, Montana Territory. Tbe adjoining claimants to these premises are Wm. A. Chessman, Jos. Darts, John E. McDonald, James WJennlngs, Richard Blake, and the Helena Town The records of this office show pre-emption c)«(™« filed on this tract by William K. Roberts and William A. C. Ryan, who are hereby notified to appear at thu office within sixty days from the date hereof, and show cause why this entry should not be made, or any claim they have to said tract will be forfeited. w60d-je20 Vi. C. CHILD, Register. LAND* OFFICE NOTICES. [NO. 08.] APPLICATION FORMATENT. Ü. S. Land Orne*, Helena, M. T., > JuneTth, 18 T 8 . / ildMc ■llcarion for patent i «Bgiasi"' T __ . _____, ___ ____ hundredths acres of Placer mining land, described follows: ~ _ st a granite rock 24x3x5 Inches from which N. W. corner of section (8) ,'wo, tosnistilp No. ft) niue north, range No. (8) cast, bears 8. SS deg. SK nda. distant 184. 4« chains, and running thence SL18 deg. min. K. 300 feet to a slate took 24x7x4 inches', thence T1 deg. 15 min. E. 140Q feet to a slate rock *2x10x4 inches : thence N. 13 deg. 45 min. W. 800 feet to a slate rock 28x10x3)4 inches ; thence g. T1 deg. 15 min. W. 1400 feet to the place of beginning, and is situated up unsurveyed lands In German Mining District, Me County, Montana Territory. This claim la more fully described by the notice and diagram filed in this office, copies of which are con spicuously posted upon the premises claimed. The adjoining claimants are John P. Hlllis and George Herbert W. C. CHIIJ), Begtater. w80d-jel3 [NO. OB.] APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U. fa Land Office, Helena, M. T.,) • June 7th, 1879. f Notice 1» hereby given that J«weph B. Hall haa this day made application for patent, under the Mining acts of Congress, for (82 78-100) sixty-two tnd seventy three one hundredths acres of Placer mining land, situated in Boulder Bar Mining District, Meagher county, Montana Territory, and described as follows: Beginning at a spruce stump 8 feet diameter from which the N. W. corner of section <9) two, township Na (9) nine north, range Na (8) east bears fa 45 deg. min. W. distant 171.86 chains, and running thence 71 deg. 45 min. K. 537 feet ; thence 8. 34 deg. E. 1100 feet; thence 8. 66 deg. 80 min. E. 8,000 feet; thence 28 deg. 45 min. W 4M) feet ; thence N. 72 deg. 45 min. W. 3,450 feet: thence N. 8 deg. 80 min. E. 600 feet; thence N. 82 deg. W. 899 feet ; thence N. 18 deg. 15 min. 875 feet ; thence W. 200 feet ; thence N. 8 deg. E. 858 feet to the place of beginning. This claim is more fully described by the notice and diagram filed In this office, copies of which are con spicuously posted upon the premises claimed. The adjoining claimants to these premises are James Grubb, A. Stallsmith, Wm. Ringer, L Benedict, Patrick Ryan, and A. Cunningham. w(10il-jel3 W. C. CHILD. Register, ]No. 07.] APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U. fa Land Ofpick, Helena, M. T., June 10 th, 1872. Jull, NOTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that Benjamin fa ! XV Charles W. Cannon and Frank Wells, have this day made application for patent under the mining acts of Congress, for (1900) nineteen hundred linear feet on the Legal Tender Lode, oonsisting of two parcels, bear silver, and described as follows; wnship Na (8) iff. 87 nning for the first the IÏ. Vi. corner of section (10) ten, eight north of range Na (3) three west bears N. 87 Ota. 15 min. W., distant U15 feet, and ranning thence fa 77 le ' '' - -- - N, ■reel at a post from «vhich tow ■ange Na (3) three wes tant 1115 feet, and ram _________ et : thence fa 18 d ta. K T7 de*?. E. thence N. 77 deg. E. 900 feet; thence N, 1! 1G lllllte f? ee UIOUUH U1U UT1, UIIU lUIIllllIj^ UIVIICC Oe (4 deg. W. 1700 feet ; thence fa 18 deg. K. 68 feet ; thence ------—---------- - ■ M eetti the ,i.ace ot beginning, containing ai idredths I 1500 feet; thence fa 18 deg. E. 44 teet: ..... - V.M pH an area of (2 89-100) two and thirty-nine one hand For second parcel beginning at a poet from which the northwest corner of first parcel bears N. 77 deg. E. distant 800 feet, and running thence fa 77 deg. \V. 800 feet; thence fa 18 deg. E. 100 feet; thence N. 77 deg. E. 900 feet; them* N. 18 deg. W. 100 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of (48-100) forty-six one hundredths acres. Total area claimed Is (2 85-100) two and eighty-five one hundredths acres, aud situated in Hot Spring Mining Metric! Jefferson County, Montana Territory. This claim is inoro fully described by the notice find diagram filed In this office, copies ot which are oou spicnously posted upon the premises claimed. The adjoining claimants are First Nations Second Nat ional Lode, and Joseph Fisher. w60d- jei8 W. U CHILD. Register. anal Lode, [Na. Off.] application for patent. V . fa Land Office, Helena, M. T.,1 June 10th, 1872. f N otice is hereby given ti»» ismk l fowls, Benjamin 8. Bnll, George fa Harrison, Theodore M. Simeon, Georgian» Lewis, Pete» B. Dunn, Benjianin F. Chrietenot, Charles W. Cannon, Henry Cannon and James W. Hathaway, have this day made appl lor patent under the mining acta ot Congress, fo twenty-two hundred U|ie« feet on the FIret National Lode, bearing silver, and described Beginning at a post from which 1 follows: e N. W. comer of section (10) ten, township Na (8) eight north of range Na (3) three west, bears fa 89 dee. W., distant 898 feet, and running thence fa 77 deg. W.~ 2200 feet; thence fa 13 dog. 1C 104 feet; thence N. 77 deg. £. 2200 feet : thence N. 13 deg. W. 104 feet to the place of beglunliiE, containing f « «" ««"" *----- «■ ----^ - - - •' r hundredths District, Jefferson ( mg tory, This claim Is more fully described by the notice and diagram tiled In this office, copies of which are con iu the premises claimed, ants are the Legal Tender Lode spicuously posted upon The adjoining clabnai and Joseph Flsner. and Joseph «v60d-jel8 W. C. CHILD, Register, NO. 99.. applicatioSTfor PATENT. V . fa Land Office, Helena, M. T.,1 June lOUl, 1872. f OT1CE 19 HEREBY GIVEN that Theodore M. ? T, i Hloseon, IsaacJ. fowlsT Benjamin 8. Bull, Hiram McKee, George fa Harrison, James W. Hathaway, iienry M. Hill and Frank Wells, have this day made triajni! ____ James W. Hatha 1 _______,_______ JUKI PIUIK WflHUL * Hi application for ^^JNan<mal Lode, bearing sUver, anddeacribed'es Beginning at a poet from which the N. W. comer of section (10) ten, township Na (8) eight north of range Na (3) three west bears N. 81 deg. S) mim W., distant ■tent under tbe mining acta ot Con ) «te«!® hundred linear feet on V* iirflllF afivpfifa â nit rldeori Kw<l sa» faff ginning, Forty-four one hm______ Spring Mining District, DR fin __ ndredths acre«, and altuated In Hot Jefferses County, Montana '3ara i»m<we fttferde [» filed ip fills me*,' amy posted nnon 2he pr and h j^JhFls^er mant * *" th ® Lode - __________ _ W. C. CHILD, Register. Ip». 101.1 LTION APPLICATION F OT. PATENT. U. 8. Lanu Office, Helena, M. T.,* _ June 27th. 1872. f OTICE18 HEREBY GIVEN that PhUlpp Consfans has this day made application for patent under the mining acts of Congress for the following described Lode Mining Claim, ( 800 ) six hundred linear feet on the Peerless Lode, bearing gold and silver, situated in Park Mining District, Lewis and Clarke County, Mon tana Territory, and described as follows : Beginning at a port tour Inches square from which tbd»peclal X section comer on special base Une run ning west from the fa E. comm of sec. 12 T. 9 N. R. 6 W. distant 280 chains west from township line 1 foot; thence N. 7 deg. 45 min. E. 100 feet to the place of Winning, containing an area of (l.SS-looj one and thirty-eight one hundredth« acme. The adjoining claimants to them* premises are George HuIIct and Chari«» Spencer. This claim is more fufly described by the diagram and notice filed in this office, copies of which are conspicnously posted upon the premises claimed - ____ W. C, CHILD. Re gister. [Na. 103.] APPI.ICATIOn'foR PAYENT. U. & Land Office, Helena, M. T.,[ N otice is hereby orvE^th«F?JSkat______ and fort H. Childs have this day made application for patent — A ~- 41 ---*-*----• ~ " " 4 (35 45-100) t) busAattaak _ ___ _ _________ and Clarke County, Montana Territory, and described as follows: Na (2) two, section No. (SO) thirty in No. GO) ten eesMi tanxe Na 9 ) mree westof Meridian, embraclüclaims Nos. 7. 8,9 and 10 '«»Mivery.in sold dtetrlo. TTils claim Is more fully described by tbe noUee and diagram filed in this office, copies of which are con spicuously posted upon tbe premises claimed Tbe adjoining claffnanta to these premises s Thompson, Helena Reduction Work», ' Darts, and Ilogb KlrkeudaiL w*0d-jy4 W. a CHILD, Register.