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From the Daily Herald of August 19. Hon. Junte» A. Carlleld. Hon. Janies A. Garfield arrived at Helena on Sunday and left this morning for the Hit ter Root Valley, to"remove the Flathead In dians to their new reservation. General Gar field is a resident of Portage county, Ohio, representing the northeastern district of that Slate in Congress. He is a graduate of Wil liams College. He represented his district in the Ohio Senate before the war, and at the breaking out of the rebellion raised the 43d Ohio volunteers, of which he was appointed Colonel. With other troops given to him as an independent command, lie was sent into Eastern Kentucky, when he drove Humphrey Marshal from that State. He was promoted for gallantry in this campaign, assigned to the command of a brigade under Buell, and upon the assignment of Hosencraus to the command of that army and the death of Guresche, was appointed Chief of General Hosencraus' Stiff. In the eventful cam paign of that General he was a conspicuous actor, and won many encomiums for his bravery and skill at the battle of Chica mauga. For these and other services he was made a Major General of volunteers. Mean while, the old Giddiugs District hail elected him to Congress, and he took his seat in that body in 1805, we itelieve, and by his indus try, great learning and undoubted integrity at once took a leading position in that body. He has been Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs, we believe, but is now Chuirman of the Committee on Appropria tions, the most important position in the House. Superadded to his other duties he is President of a College at Hiram, Ohio. Versatile yet profound, and young but ex perienced, he is one of the most promising of our public men. We are glad to welcome him amongst us, und trust that his stay will be useful and pleasant. He will return from Missoula in about one week, when our peo ple will have a better opportunity to form his acquaintance. IDu.udt.uine Mount ion». After Bishop Marvin's eloquent sermon yesterday morning at the M. E. Church South, the congregation was-asked to donate something towards cancelling the balance of the indebtedness incurred in the purchase of the lot and erection of the edifice—amounting in the aggregate to about .$-5,500. A sub scription list was circulated through the au dience, and within fifteen minutes the muni ficent sum of $3,975 was subscribed. The list was headed by a donation of $250 from the Bishop himself, and three others, promi nent citizens of Helena, also gave $250 each. Ten others gave $100 each, and the balance of the sum was made up by lesser subscrip tions. Last evening a similar method was adopted, and $800 or $400 were added, almost sufficient to extinguish the entire indebtedness of the church. major David <«• Nivalin. Major Swrin, who accompanies General Garfield to Montana, entered the volunteer army as a 1st Lieutenant of. the 05th Ohio Yvlustççrs in 1Ç01. lie was Adjutantof that reinvent, Mill actiid as As»isl..Lt Adjutant General of the brigade to which it was at- tached, under the lamented Hooker. Subse- quently, he was appointed to that position under General Garfield, who succeeded Hooker. Upon the close of the rebellion Major Swaim was transferred to the Bureau of Military Justice and assigned to the Staff of General Pope, and is now stationed at Leavenworth, Kansas. - -- ■ «» «.<»»>•«»■ -- Accident. A little boy about five years old, youngest son of Mi. McEvily, of Last Chance, met with a painful accident this morning. While < standing on the platform in front of Wells, ) Fargo & Co.'s office talking or playing with several other boj's, a sign was blown down, striking him on the head, Inflicting a fearful scalp wound. It was thought at first the skull Was fractured, but, fortunately, an examination showed that it was but a scalp wound. The little fellow was taken to Dr. Maupin's office, where he received proper surgical tt'eativwnt, and is now doing very well. I OtFUiiged IE lint'.«. ^ The Maiu Stfo-et Meat Market for the past six years «u**.ö"r the proprietorship of Owen Williams, lias been leased by that gentleman to A. Myers, one of the heavy stock growers of oov 'Territory. We direct, special atten tion to the new advertisement to be found in to-day's issue, in which, among other things, Mr. Myers advertises for a large number of hogs, alive or dressed, for which the highest market price will be paid. Orders filled promptly and delivered to any part- of the fity free of charge. The assistance of Mr. Williams has been secured, who will lie on band to wait upon the customers of the shop. —-- ■» & M n<U>K fill ------- More Silver Bullion. The First National Bank received to-day C00 pounds pi silver bullion, from the fam ous Speckled Trout lead of Philippsburg— equivalent to about $14,000 in gold coin. A few days ago the same bank received from the same place, bullion amounting to $4,000. Philippsburg is indeed turning mit "O. K.," and promises to maintain its well established reputation as the richest silver mining district in the Territory. Item». —The Supreme Court has not adjourned yet, but the overland on Saturday brought back nearly all the Helena lawyers—Chuma sero, Chadwick, Sanders, Toole, Symes and ojhers. W illiams and Shober are still at Vir ginia. ,,OWA ^sr smKs The Reply and how it Happened. Total Rout of the .tlontann Orator. 1 esterday s coach from the north brought to our city ex-Congrcssman James M. Cava naugh, formerly of Minnesota, and later Del egate from Montana. Here in Corinne he has many friends, who may be counted in all political parties.- and in the list wo claim a pel manent place. Early in the evening a bonfire was lighted in front of the Metropoli tan Hotel, where Mr. Cavanaugh Is stopping, and soon loud cries for his appearance brought him out and on to a temporary stage erected for the purpose. Mr. Cavanaugh then at once proceeded to deliver a more vigorous than logical speech against the administration of President G rant, the Know-Nothingism of Henry Wilson, and certain illiberal features of New England legislation and customs. We cannot follow liiin for want of space, but at the close of a prophecy predicting the election of Horace Greeley he retired, whereupon our friend Tooby was called upon to reply. This duty the latter performed to the satisfaction of every one present, except' Mr. Cavanaugh, who subsequently undertook a rejoinder, in which he made bad worse, opening the way for a final salvo, whereby the "statesman of the hills'' was thrown into utter demoraliza tion. His blank cartridges of bluff and fancy proved harmless against the facts of history which were unexpectedly presented. And now it is a matter of doubt whether the ex Congressman has not been converted to the side of the tanner. We hope not, for his support gives the strength of weakness to any cause he advocates. In the discussion last night, Mr. Cayanaitgh was routed, horse, foot and dragoon .— Corinne Reporter, 12 th in et. From the Daily Herald of August 20. The Northern Pacific. The Omaha Ret says the managers of the Northern Pacific Railroad expect to reach the Missouri river crossing with their track about tlie middle of October. Regular freight and passenger trains have been running for the past six months from Duluth to the eastern border of Dakota—252 miles. Track-laying is now progressing at the rate of two miles per day, and the trans-Missouri territory is being carefully surveyed and mapped. With the completion of the road to the Missouri river crossing, we look for a material change? in the upper Missouri traffic. The govern- ment supplies, which until now have been transferred at Sioux City, will go by rail to the Missouri river crossing, and thence be forwarded by boat to the upper forts. Freight which now goes from Chicago to Montana via Sioux fcity, will also seek a shorter chan- nel, via the Northern Pacific, if their rates of transportation shall he reasonable. The dis- tance from the Missouri River crossing to Fort Benton by river is still about 1,000 miles, but considerable time will be saved as com- pared with the Sioux City transfer. The company has organized an active bureau of immigration, and we look for a lively com- petition with our own State in this respect. ---»Ml « -.wav » cbm-- Receipt». The gross receipts of the concert on Satur day night for the benefit of Mr. Stanley, the blind pianist, were $4G0. The expenses were only $23, leaving the beneficiary a very hand some sum—$437. Mr. Stanley desires to re turn his thanks to the generous public of Helena, to Mr. Al. Scharpie, 1 leader cf llie Helena brass band, and the gentlemen com posing it. Also to Mr. Homer Hewins and professor Pokorncy. Mr. Stanley leaves to morrow for San Francisco, highly pleased and satisfied with his visit to Montana. Sale ol the international. Pursuant to notice foe International Hotel was sold at Sheriff's sale yesterday. It brought $17,850, about one-third of its original cost. Chas. L. Dahlcr, who held a first mortgage against the building of $10,000, was the purchaser. The furniture, which cost up- wards of $40,000, was not sold. We pre- sume the International will be leased by Hemy Wyttenbach, and that no change at present wifi take place in the management of the hotel. ----.. <■0» >• ^i Personal. —Bishop Marvin left on the overland yes terday morning for St. Louis, his home. —Gen. Garfield, accompanied by CoL Viall, Supt." of Indian Affairs; Wilbur F. Sanders, L. B. Church, and Maj. Swaim, left for Missoula yesterday by private con- veyance. They will he absent about ten days. ------ »— g -M »1 ^*i--- Items. —Tjie Knights Templar of Helena have gone on a pic-nic excursion to Fort Baker and the Deep Creek valley. —A party of ladies and gentlemen started early this morning for the Prickly Pear can yon to rusticate during the day in that shady and sublime solitude. —Isaac Moore, formerly a rendent of Montana, and late Postmaster at Ogden, was arrested last week charged with having opened a registered letter, containing $10,000, sent by the Bank of California to the First National Bank of Utah. He is now in cus- tody in default of procuring $20,000 surety. Various other robberies are said to have taken place in that office, or some other office in that region. --—a* »a—-- Passenger» from C » r en ne. CoEixxB, August 16.—Mrs. -i. R. Boyce Win. Murphy, H. Williams aaâ A. Gordon, Helena; Mrs. Barrett, Bannadk. From the Daily Herald ot August 21. c. <». O. F. Institution ami Initiation of Officers of uttocïiy Tlauntuin llacaiup nient No. 1.» At a meeting held at Odd Fellows' Hall, in this city, on the evening of July 15th, 1872, the above encampment was instituted, and the following officers were elected and duly installed for the ensuing term by D. D. G. Sire, D. II. Cutlibert, by authority of a com mission granted by the R. W. Grand Lodge of the United States : WM. n. PARKER, C, P. CHA& M. JEFFHIS, H. P. ZENO HOYT. 8. W. a H- WILSON, Scribe. GBO. W. FOX, Treasurer. J. G. KEITH, J. W. CHAS. MILLER, Sentln 1. a ZIMMERMAN, tat W atch. C. CZOMZER, 2d Watch. If. BUNKER, 1st Guard. H. FRANK, Sd Guard. Personal. , —Chas. Rich, of Bozeman, is in the city. —Bishop Tuttle arrived last night from the West Side. —Gen. Blaine and S. T. Hauser have gone down to Gaffney's by private conveyance. —Chas. II. Dahlcr, Esq., 1ms been stop ping in town for several days past. —Chief Justice Wade arrived home from Virginia last night, having been summoned by the dangerous illness of his wife. Rich Silver Ore. We were shown to-day a beautiful piece of ore from the famous Legal Tender mine, at Clancy City, which assays $3,558 84 per ton in silver. It was taken from the main shaft, at the death of 110 feet, having a solid vein of ore 10 inches in width. The specimen was sent in to be placed in the cabinet of the Northern Pacific Railroad. The company yesterday sacked 8,000 pounds that averaged, we are informed. $1,402 per ton. mortality Among Children. Virginia City, M. T., August 21.—A child of W. W. Chapman died yesterday after- noon, and a child of Mr. Maginnis and one of Mr. Herndon died this morning. The cause is understood to be bloody flux. Sev- eral other children are suffering from the same complaint, and their recovery is doubt- ful. -' i«N Wm --- Repairing- Watches. Albert Chaxel still remains at the old stand formerly occupied by Frank Borstadt, and will continue as heretofore to devote his time and attention to the repairing of watches, clocks, jewelry, &c. He has also some very fine watches for sale at remarkably low prices and in a short time expects a general assort ment of everything in his line of business. We hope to see Albert prosper, for he is an industrious young man, and attends strictly to his business. Call and see lfim at the old stand, Molitor's Assay Office. Items. —Major Forbis received a dispatch this morning from Deer Lodge, announcing the death of his son-in-law, David L. Irvine. —That stack of silver bricks fu the door way of the First National Bunk yesterday came from ttic Speckled Trout mine of Phil ippsburg, and is valued at $25,000 in coin. Philippsburg is "punning out'' all right. —The New Water Mining Company arc making splendid progress in laying their pipes down Main street, and in a few days will have completed that important work. The water is said to be of a very superior quality. ■—JuO. Keating arrived last nlglit with the result of a two weeks' run from Keating & Blacker'« exceedingly rich and prolific gold mine near Springville. It was a nice little slag of retort, weighing 610 ounces, and of the coin value of about $12,000. Charles Rumley cast it into a brick to-day. —In Dr. Recce's beautiful garden on Ben ton avenue arc turnips thirty inches iu cir cumference, owl still growing. What size they will attain before the season is over can only be estimated by a proficient in mathe matics, or a student of Dr. Greeley's " What I Know About Farming.'' —Mrs. McFarland and 'daughters Miss Mary, of Helena, mother nod sifter of our townsman, Henry McFarland, arrived by last evening's coach. They eome to pay Henry a visit, and to see something of this goodly laud and people of ours. We hope their visit will be an exceedingly pleasant one, and that when they return they will curry with them pleasant recollections of the people and town of Missoula.— Pioneer, 17th in*t. -—*4 ►* ^BRa—-------- Territorial News. Nort 'nocet 17th inst. We learn that after considerable corres pondence with Attorney General Williams, Marshal Wheeler has succeeded in arranging terms so that the keeping of Territorial pris oners will fall within the appropriation made by the seventh Legislature, viz : $1:50 per day. The net cost, we believe, is $1.15 per da)', exclusive of medical attendance and medicines, and the Marshal contracted for that service with Dr. O. B. Whitford at $75 per month. Mr. David L. Irvine, one of our most highly esteemed citizens, on Thursday after noon ruptured a blood vessel, producing a severe hemorrhage of the lungs and critically imperiling his life. CoL Flenniken informs us that some of tiie ruby silver ores of the Poorman's lode, Phil ippsburg, are 60 per cent pure silver, and assay $13,000 to $14,000 per ton. Montanian, 15 th inst: The Chief Justice and associates—the Hon. Wade, Knowles and Murphy—met as a Su preme Court at the U. 8. Court Room in ----- - - -r \ irginia, at 10 a. m. on Monday last Sev eral important and a number of trivial cases are on the docket for this term and the ses sion will probably occupy the greater portion of next week. Among the legal gentlemen in attendance are Col. W. F. Sanders, Judge Chumasero, Col. W. F. Chadwick. Judge Symes, Jno. Shober, Esq., R. H. Williams, Esq., Col. E. W. Toole, of Helena; W. W. Dixon, Esq., of Deer Lodge; M. C. Page, Esq., of Rudersbure. The following cases have already been disposed of: Joseph A. Lommc vs. A. M. Holter aud John M. Sweeney; judgment below affirmed, from Lewis and Clarke. Chumasero, Chad wick, Sanders and Symes for plaintiff; Toole, Williams and Shober for defendants. Sarah M. Griswold V9. S. M. Hall, et al ; from Jefferson; judgment below affirmed. Sanders, Shober, Symes, Chumasero and Chadwich for plaintiff ; Toole and W illiams for defendants. James R. Caldwell, et al, vs. Henry Klein and Louis Gans, from Lewis and Clarke, judgment affirmed. Chumasero and Chad wick for plaintiff; Toole and Williams for defendants. Col. W. F. Sanders delivered an eloquent tribute to the memory of the late Hon. W. L. Me Math, before the Bar of the Supreme Court, yesterday afternoon. The text will be published next week. * - 1— «4 >o> --- FIOIIT RETWEEN THE SIOUX AND CHOWS. Thirteen Indians Killed. Heavy Capture of Horses From the Sionx. The Crows Victors of the Field. Fort Parker, August 9tli, 1872. To the Editor of tlie Herald : When tlie main Crow camp, sent for to come to the agency to have a talk with Com missioner Brunot, had reached the foot of Heart Mountain, it was attacked by the Sioux in large numbers, and a sharp fight followed. The Sioux broke and fled, the Crows pursu ing them some fifty miles, and secured over one hundred head of horses and mules, some of which arc very fine and valuable. Sioux trophies in camp are abundant, among which are the top-knots of eight good Sioux, dang led about at tlie end of poles by blackened, hideous looking squaws; a large breast plate suspended from a Crow's neck, Spencer car bines, bridles, saddles, and horses and mules in abundauce. Iron Bull had his fine horse shot through the side of the head so as to damage one eye. The Crows say that Little Rocky, one of the scouts sent out, did bravely in the fight. The Crow camp, now located opposite Twenty five Yard creek, numbers nearly three thous and, and they intend to remain somewhere in this vicinity forty days. A courier just arrived from below reports tbe military escort of the Northern Pacific Railroad surveyors, under command of Col. Baker, about a hundred miles below, on tbe north side of the Yellowstone river, ami making fair progress. YELLOWSTONE. OFFICIAI. VOTE OF BEAVERHEAD COUNTV. DELEOAVK. Wm. H. Clngett... M. Maginnis...... JOINT COUNCILMAN .is*. Mauldin...... E. T. Yager....... ukpuekintativk* J. C. Metlin....... J. B. Yearian...... C. Mead........... J. A. Brown.../... COMMISSIONER. Win. Smith........ Wm. C. Orr....... ASSESSOR*. T. F. Hamilton,.., J. G. billig. ....... Hobt Whig....... J. P. Fletcher...,. John R. Selivuy... J. Crum....... seat op oof Y. Virginia City...... ~ ' ' »City... Deer Lodge! ff t ? 35 S3 es i i K F i 3* j & ?! ? " ? l tf • K 0« 19 25 15 6 14 72 8» 41 12 15 0 59 20 29 13 5 1® 76 88 25 ■ 14 11 7 57 21 22 » 6 10 40 10 19 9 4 13 92 89 87 13 12 7 79 39 31 10 10 10 65 17 19 14 5 18 75 40 31 13 11 7 6« ..1st DVt 11 8 ., 07 .. (hi illu't 9 11 . :::B .. .. 19 .... 1 IT 8d Dis't .. .. 48 47 54 1 1« 19 84 10 1 24 .. 1 1,1ST OF LETTERS Remaining In the Poet Office uncaUed for at Helena, M on tlie Slat day of Ategunt, 1872. Armstrong N A Miller A E Barlow J S Moore M M Bailey J B Mycock T A Brady A B Brown Mrs E A Murphy J L Manhattan E A Butts Jonas McDoncll Techester Churchill H Nichols E It Chustenot Mrs B F O'Brien M Clement W Peacock A Davis Wm Pencil J Dickson T-P Putnem F Davis W P Hay J L Dysart Miss B Itice M II Dumphy L Feeley D lticc Hull Itowles A M Fletcher W G Hogers J A Gillis E Hogers U 11 Hancock J E Hogers J Hilton It ltudesill Tlios Holunder A •Stanley Carl Hoops T 2 Stevens D Hoi way II N 2 Ht. Amant E Jacobs E A Smyth C C Kovits C J Lorlin Grots Sperry M H Thomas T Lynch N 11 Tilman — Mathias C Thomas M Musqttero Ale;; Willson F Meredith J Wilson T C S. a CROUXSE. P. M. ------- .«I V •< I— - Elope Told a FtaUerlng; Tale, lint never even anticipated *0 divine a preparation for the toilet a* that delightful prejiaration "Hozodont. So cool and refreshingly agreeable to the mouth and tooth, harden* and invigorate« the gums, give* a pure and healthy tone to the breath, cleanse*, beautifies and preeorvea tbe teeth,'and arrest* decay. Spalding'* Oiae with brash, always ready. In tlda city, ou the moraine of August 17th, to the wife of D. u. Cuthbert, a daughi *r. On the mom log of Wednesday, Slat InaL, to tbe wife of Robert Carr, a sea. In Virginia CRT, M. T.. August 11th, 1S72, Eddie T., youngest son df William W. and Ada W. Morris, aged 1 year 9 months and 0 days. WEEKLY WHOLESALE HARKET REVIEW. Helena, August 22, 1872. Suoah—E xtra C, 79c: Cal. granulated, |19 69; Cat. Golden C, fl9 25.» Srnuv.-lO gal. keg*, »173I1S; S gal. kegs, |S; in caeca, six gaL, $12. CoFVBE-Old Government Java, 4D,«,77>f : Cueta Rica, 32 ; Rio, 30332 ; Chartres, 37 >f. Can Fruit».—C aL Peaches, 3\ Bm, »74; States, Peaches, 2 lie, $8 8039 60; CaL Fears, 2* lbs, $14: do. Plume, egg, 9,'i It*, $14; da Apricots, fjf lbs, $14; do. Damsons, l„V Us, $14 ; do. Quinces, #*, $14 ; States Blackberries, $8 60; da Gooseberries, $7; da Pine apple, $9 50; da Strawberries, $8; Green Gagea, $» I»; Scuppemong Grape*, »12; Cherries, $11; Ctahbctty Sauce, $16; Can Honey, Comb, 2 tbs, $17$IS, Strained, 4 lbs, $14310 per case; da, $2S; glass, $11. Can VKeuTABUca—Winslow's Coro, $10; CaL To matoes,$11; States da, $7 ; String Beans,»»; Tim,. Beans, $10 ; Green Pea*, $70. Fish.—M ess Mackerel, Mbbls, $25; do. kits, $5; Codfish, 18c ; Salmon, case, $12 ; Oysters, $3 ; lobster*, •» 50; Sardines, Jf, 1*8; #, $15. Candles.— W erk'* IS ox., 25c. 8oap.—C astile, V tb, 25c; Babbitt's, (75 lb box) $15: Schaeffer'*, $9 no per box. ToUAcca—Chewing, fine cut $1 10; Cable Twist, $1 0631 10; Gold Bar, $131 06; Black Navy, 80386c ; Bright da, $1 00. Smoking—Virginity, $1 38; inglesUlc, 90c ; Montana 48c ; Game Cock. 40c; Hard to Beat, 70c. Dried Fruit*.-N.Y. Apples, ISc; Cal Peaches, 223 ; Balt Lake, 18c; Blackberries, 25c; Cherries. 16c ; berries, 46c; Currente, 20c; CaL Grapes, 26c; Pears, 25c; Ralslus, whole boxes, $fi; half da, $3 60; quarter da, $1 75; Nectarines, 25. Tea.—I mperial,$1 2531; YoungHyaoa,$l 8031 78; Gun Powder, $1 7532; Japan, $131 10. Spices.—P epper, 45c; Cloves, 76c; Nutmegs, $1 75; Cinnamon, 86c; Alspice, 60«; Mustard, 60c; Bernard's assorted ground, per case, $43». California Wines. — Landsberger Champagne, qts., $22 60; do. pints, $27 00; Angelica, gallon, $3 00; Port, da.$S 00; White, da, $S 00; Sherry, da, $S 00; El Dorado, $3 00; Wine Bitters, $S 00; Oregon Cham pagne Cider, $B 00 ; Brandy, according to age, $S 603$s ; Missouri Imperial, pints, $30@32; California Wine Bitten, per case, $12 60. Beef.—$ 10316 per hundred pounds. Sundries.—S alt, 437c: Brooms, $437; Soda, 20c; Saleratns, 18c; Cooking Extracts, $333 60; Rice, 17c; Hominy, 12c; Dooley's Ycaet Powders, $2; P. A M. Yeast Powders, $2 60; Concen trated Lye, »12; Coro Starch, *2jfc; Pepper Sance, pints, $334; Tomato Catsup, pints, $4; Matches, telegraph. »7 60; Bffr Lead, 14c; Nalls, SAlOd, $14; Rope, 26a30c; Bacon, 17318c; Lard 24c; Whittaker Hams, 24c; other brands, 21323; St Lonis Crackers, 10c ; Starch, 18c ; Quicksilver, $1 28 ; Green Apples, 30340c ; Coal Oil, 80c ; Com Meal, 8>tfc ; Wrapping Paper, 17c; Ilostetter's Bitte», $12 60; Drake's Bitters, $16; Pineapple Bitten, $14: State's Pickles, 5 gaL $1; da, 10 gaL $14; CaL pickles, 5-gaL, $8 26; 10 gal. da, $12; Helena Crackers, 17c. Produce.-T he changea In produce are slight. Madison and Union XXX flour is selling at $436 26: Standard *t 1*30 26; XX at $6 23, with small receipts and good demand. Oats are in good demand at 2)fc: barley, 8*e; wheat, 8Jf38tfc; potatoes, lc; onions. vdEj ^ b Wt^r* h bu,ter ' 8bömoc •• ^ ***** Eastern Exchange, buyiing, 1 per cent, decount. " " telling at par. Gold Bara, buying. loth#«»*. Gold closed In New Yoft at 118 V. LAND OFFICE NOTICES. NO. »9. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. U. 8. Land Office. Helena, M. T.,1 » „„„„ June 10th, 1872. f Henry M. Hill and Frank Trimm, J k Wells, havo tide day ithawav, iv made lolktws: Beginning at a post from which (lie N. W. owner of section (10) ten, township Na (9) eight north of range Na (3) three west bears N. 81 deg. ao min. W., distant »44 toet, and running thence 8. 77 dea. W. 1600 feet; thcnca 8. 13.deg. E. 100 teet ; thence N. 77 deg. E. 1600 feet; thence N. 18 deg. W. 100 teet to the place of be contaiuing an area of (3 44-100) three 1 hundredths acres, ' Jettera descril I . _■ -...ce, copiée eplcuouriy posted upon the premises claimed. 'orty-four one hundredths acre*, and'situated in îlot ring Mining District, Jefferson County, Montana 'irltonr. This claim is more fully described by the notice and diagram filed in tide omce, copies of which ore con ilcuonely posted upon the The adjoinlug claimants ire the Legal Tender Lode and Joscpb rir.er, T.flOd-jelS _ W. C. CHILD, Register. [No. 101.] APPLICATIÔNFOH PATENT. V. 8. Land Office nd Office, Helena, M. T.,\ June 27th. 1872. 4 Y GIVEN that I'hiiipj, Constans N OT1C* Ifi HEREBY GIVEN that Philipp ___ has ltd* day made application for patent under'the mining acta of Congress for the following described Lode Mining Claim, (400) six hundred linear feet on the Peerless Lode, bearing gold and silver, situated in Park Mining District, Lewis aud Clarks County, Mon tana Territory, and described aa follows : Beginning at a post four inches square from which the special M section corner on special bare line nine west from the 8. K. comer of sec. 12 T. » 1 W. distant 280 chains west from township Um thence t 46 min. ' __________ feet; thence N. 7 deg. 46 min. & toole-t to the place of beginning, containing an area of (1.88-100) one and thirty-eight one hundredths acres. The adjoining claimants to these premises are George Hulier and Charles Spencer. This claim is more fufiy described by the diagram and notice filed lu this office, copies of which are conspicuously posted upon the premise* claimed. w 40d -jy4___________ W C CHILD , Regi ster. [No. 103.] s APPMCATIOxTon TATENT. V. & Land Office, Helena, M.T.,' July 1st, 1872. f N OTICE in HEREBY GIVEN that Franks. Getchell ami Levi H. Chikla have this day made application for patent under the mining acts of Congress for (86 45-100) thirtv-nve and 46-100 acres of placer mining laud, sltnatcd in Rattlesnake Milling District, iLenis and Clarke County, Montana Territory, and described as foUowa: Lot No. («) two, section No. (30) thirty in township Na (10) teu north range Na (3) three west of Principal Meridian, embracing claims Nos. 7. 8,-0 and 10 below discovery, in raid district. Thi* claim ia more fully described by the notice and diagram filed in this office, copies of which are con spicuously posted upon the premises claimed. Tlie adjoining claimant» to these premises are Henry Thompson, Helena Reduction Works, Chessman Davis, and Hugh KirkendalL w48d-iy4 _________ W. C. CHILD, Register. [No. 104.] A AH'-E.tCATION FOR TAXENT. U. & Land Office, Helena, M. T.,) July 5tb, 1612. [ N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lnron 11. Goer has this day made application for patent under the mining acta of Congress, for (2200) twenty-two hundred linear feet on the Excelsior Lode, bearing gold and sliver, and described as follows: the I west ( ____ _._ _ tant 18 feet, and running thence N. §3 deg. 88 min. W. 2200 feet to a post: thence $. 4 deg. 22 min. W. 100feet to a poet ; thence 8. SB des. 88 min. E. «00 feet to a post; thence N. 4 dee. 28 min. E. 104feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of <6 4-144) five and five one hundredths acres, and situated ia Owyhee Park Mining Distr ct, Lewie and Clarke Coanty, M ont a n a Territory. This claim ia mow fully described by cb« notice and diagram filed In this office, copies d which are con spicuously posted upon the prend** claimed. The adjoining ckdntante to these promisee are the Whitlatcb A Path teen Minimi Company wOOd-iyll W. C. CHILD, Register.