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IN J. HURRY.
Mr. Jenkins Hail * Contract on Hand After That Shave. Mr. Jenkins always was in a hurry. It galled him to have to wait for anything. A delay of even a few seconds in getting change drove him into a passion. He al ways would walk down town rather than wait for a street oar if the car was not in Bight when he was ready to go. It gave him nervous prostration if tho railroad train he wanted to take was five minutes late. But tho worst trial of his life was the necessity of having to wait his turn at the barber shop. That he regarded as a clear waste of time. He would try every scheme to get into tho shop at a time when no one else was there. Often in des peration he would spend an hour hurry ing from one shop to another in the hopo of finding one where ho would bo "nest." Unfortunately, however, his favorito bar ber was also the favorite of a good many othor men, and ho often had to bide his timo in patience, or rather impatience, though it made a great strain on his nerv ous system. He started to enter tho shop tho other i evening, and as ho peered through the door ho saw, to his delight, that tho bar ber at the eleventh chair had no victim. He hugged himself over his unusual luck. His hand was on the doorknob, but just at thai moment a woman's scream rang out close at hand. A tramp had accosted her for a nickel for a night's lodging, and when she attempted to brush past him had snatched at her purse. Sho was cling ing to it pluckily and screaming for help. Tho street was deserted. Mr. Jenkins was the only man around, and ho was out of 6ight in tho doorway, which probably had emboldened the tramp to make tho as sault. Mr. Jenkins took in tho situation at a glance. He was a chivalrous man. His first impulse was to rush to tho rescuo of the woman, but as he was starting to do so tho thought of the vacant chair came back to him. What was he to do? If ho stopped to help the woman, somo one else might slip into the shop, and then ho would have to wait for his shave. Ho took a step toward the struggling couple, then turned and stopped back the other way. He whirled himself around three or four times in sheer desperation of indecision. Then a bright idea came to him. Spring ing into the middle of the sidewalk, ho waved his arms and shouted: "Wait just a minute, madam! Pleaso hold on a second or two, Mr. Tramp! I'll be there as quick as I got shaved. I'm next, and it won't taketen minutes. Just postpone your affair till I get through." And with that he bolted into the barber shop, and dropping into the vacant chair exclaimed excitedly: "Double tip if you'll let mo out quick! I'vo got to rescuo a lady from a highwayman as soon as I get through here."—Buffalo Express. The Only Time Papa Schmidt Ever Kissed His Mother-in-law. I. ill. — Fliegende Blatter. No Danger. This story is told of Mr. Rudyard Kip ling, as illustrating vory clearly the charac teristics of the vigorous English boy who was afterward to ach lave such widespread fame with his pen. When a boy of 13, he went on a voyage with his father, who, becoming desperately seasick, retired to bis berth, leaving young Rudyard to his own devices. Presently the poor father beard a tremendous commotion over his head, and down the companlonway dashed the boatswain, three steps at a time, shout ing exoitedly: "Mr. Kipling, your boy has crawled out on the yardarm. If he ever lets go, he'll drown, sure." "Yes," said Mr. Kipling, falling back on his pillow, with a sigh of relief, "but he won't let go. "—Household Words. A Squabble of the Past. The 6llde was deep and slippery and ex ceedingly inviting, but still the two boys tugged at the sled and quarreled noisily. "I tell you I'm going to steerl" cried Grover, twitching at the rope. "But you shan't!" yelled David, poll ing tho sled to his side. "I'll steer my ■elfl" "Boys,*' called their Uncle Samuel, looking out of the window, "it's a steep, smooth decline. What difference does It make who steers?" And in another moment the whole party was piled up at the foot of tho hill in in extricable confusion.—Rockland Tribune. The Fate of Tantalus. Mrs. Scribbler (impressively)—What ever you do, never, never marry a newspa per man. School Chum—Why not? "I married one, and I know. Every night my husband hrlngshome a big bun dle of newspapers from all over the coun try, and they 'most drive me crazy." "The newspapers?" "Indeed they do. They are just crammed with the most astonishing bargains, in stores a thousand miles away."—New York Weekly. Next Summer's Excuse. It was the occasion of the regular week ly banquet of the Ice Dealers' Mutual Benefit association. Tho dishes had been cleared away and the cigars lighted. "We are now ready, gentlemen," ob served the president, clearing his throat, "to transact tho item of business the con of sideration of which is partly responsible for our assembling hero this evening. " ! At this point, tho chairman of the ways , . ... . and means committee rose and submitted the following: I "Whereas, It is necessary that the pub lio should bo fully satisfied of the reasona-I bio nature of tho rates that will be main- j tained for ice next summer; therefore, be it 5 "Resolved, That we issue a circular , May 15, 189o, stating that the winter of i 1894-0 was bo phenomenally and excep tionally cold that it was impossible for us to cut ice, except at. great personal incon- | 0 venience and hardship, anil tho crop har- 1 vested is consequently so short that there will probably be a slight advance on last year's rates." I mi_ ii i ^ j .- I*.' Tho preamble and resolution were adopt- » , •.« , ,, . , i ed without a dissenting voice and amid a loud and enthusiastic popping of corks.— i Chicago Tribune. I A Phonographic Ghost. If you sleep in tho houso of a wizard 1 you must bo prepared for experiences out of tho common. So thinks a gentleman vf„ vAi I who once passed a night under Mr. Edi son's roof. In tho middlo of tho night he was awakened by the sound of a voice at hi elbow. "Midnight has struck!" It said in hollow but resonant tones. "Prepare to meet thy God!" , Tho guost was out of bed in liaste. Ho must be the victim of some hallucination j There was no ono in tho room. His would bo a fine case for tho "psychical research" | people. But even while these thoughts ; were passing through his head ho was 1 making for tho door. In tho hall he met Mr. Edison, who reassured him by saying: "Don't bo scared, old man. It's noth ing but a clock."—Youth's Companion. A Needed Distinction She—I think there ought to be some irriea men : could bo distinguished from unmarried | ones, as women are designated by "Miss" ! and "Mrs." t He—Well, a married man might bo called "Mr." and an unmarried one j "Master." | She—I don't like the word master. It 1 lacks dignity, and, you know, in the old ; times it was applied principally to persons ! of low deareos oi low aegnos. | Ho—But it is so eminently a proper term. Sho—I don't seo just why. Ho—Of course you do. Don't you know that a man is nevor master after he is married?—Detroit Free Press. The Advantages of a Versatile Mind. u.uu Tho Manager of tho Company (at-the gallery entranoe)-Now, here, you boys. here s a ticket for each oi you and «0 cents apieoe, and if you don't make a noiso like tho interior of a cooper shop New Versus Old Ways. after every act and applaud tho leading ' lady I'll have the bouncer throw you down " " stairs. See? The Samo Manager (appearing an hour later before the curtain in response to thunderous applause)—Ladies and gentle men, I would it were in my power to ex press my confusion and surprise at this cordial, etc.—Chicago Record. »r XT ... T . . . Mrs. Niowage Oh, I am almost tired to i death! llie New Woman club has been j in session all day passing resolutions and drawing up petitions demanding a law regulating the price of bread. Only think! Three dollars'worth of flour costs, whon ! baked into bread, $13. It's outrageous! TI10 bakers must bo made to foel tho pow er of the law. You should have been at tho meeting. Old Lady—I was too busy. "What doing?" "Baking bread."—New York Weekly. Delayed. Delayed. «3 m ÄS Mf. Pounder-Have you thought out your text for next Sunday, dear? The Rev. Mr. Pounder—No; I haven't had a chance to read the newspapers yet. —New York World. Confirmed. Misa Charmante —Do you believe In hypnotism, Mr. De Softie? Mr. De Softie—Whenever you look at tue, I do.—Somerville Journal. Cans« K'or Kejotclng. "Dear me," said Mr. Meekins, "it seems so absurd for men to be constantly talking about their wives having the last word. I never object to my wife having the last word." "You don't?" "Not a bit. I always feel thankful when she gets to it."—Washington Star. With HU Tools. Mrs. Bingo—I've made a beautiful cake for dinner, and I don't know who to ask. Bingo—Why don't you ask Marbleton, the sculptor?—New York World. A Hard Case. Judge—What made you turn burglarf Tramp —I am so fat that people refused to give me food.— Fliegende Blatter. No. 3535. Notice of Application for Patent Helena . Montana. March 4, 1895. Notice is herebv sriven that in pursuance of Chapter Six ol Title Thirtv-Tsvo ol the revised s'atutes ot the United States. Henry Elling. whose post office address is Virginia Citv. Madison county .Mont..has made appli cation tothe I I \ i,p d ;■ ' f® following described mtntns claims ana »inl ^ t0 £ |t> the Apex lode claiul< the Aplx m) || sjte t))e E as t 0 n lode claim, the Easton Fraction lode claim, the American lode piaim. Bonanza lode claim. American and Bonza mill sites, and the Easy Street lode claim, situated in the Brown s Ciulch (unor ganizedj mining district. Madison county Montana, containing 83.31 acres, which 8 and ra ,„ Mtesare tu i,vdescribed limites and bounds by the official plats . - . . herewith posted, and by the field notes of t)) p sllrV eys thereot. now filed in the office 0 f the register of the district ot lands sub jeet to eritrv and sale at Helena. Montana, which field notes of survey " boundaries and extent of sau surface, with magnetic variations 19 de .10 minutes east, as lollows, to-witi » V; u L 4 - v * n , v rmn Survev No. 4;n2 A.— Apex lode.—Lorn mencin(r at corner y 0 . l.which is the north east co ,r ner of sa j,i claim, from which eor ner , the section corner common to sections 3. 4. 33. and 34. in townships H and 7 south, range 3 west, bears north 18 degrees 30 min utes east. 5 564.1 teet. thence running south 28 degrees 05 minutes west, 3*2 leet to cor a £ ranlt ® j ®a x Thpncp 13 inches deep, marked 2-4.112 A.: .Thence describe the laims on the deep. north 59 degrees 05 minutes west 1500 Jeet to corner No. 3. a granite stone 24x12x5 in ches. 16 inches deep, marked 3-4512 A - .» . l,te ® ea8t ; 'f et t0 c ? l f r " grtite^tone 20x14x6 .Lies! 13 inches deep, marked 5-4512 A.: Thence 80 utli 28 degrees 02 minutes east, a'ong west side line of Ontario lode, (unserveved) 441.0 teet to corner No. 1 and place ot begin nuig. containing an area oi 19.68 acres: the with the surface presumed general course or direction of the said Apex vein, lode or mineral deposit being shown upon the plat posted here with, as near as can be determined Irom the present developments, this claim be in»- tor 1500 linear leet thereof together round shown upon the omcial plat posted nerewmi, kuu vem, iuuc and mining premises hereby sought to be patented being bounded as lollows, to-wit: patented • Ou the north by the Ontario (unsurved). ou the eist bv the'Faston survev No. 4513 A.: Sa]d Ontario claim being owned by Kd. Trout an d the heirs of John Trout, de ceased, said claim being for 28 feet wester |y from discovery shaft, and 1472 easterly lrom said discovery shaft, along said vein or lode, and said claim beins designated as survev No. 4512 A. in the official plat post . ■ it . . herewith. sur ed herewith: Also, survey No. 4513 A.—Faston Lode. Commencing at corner No. 1. a granite stone 24x10x5 inches. 16 inches deep, marked 1-4513 A., lrom whence the corner common to sections 3, 4, 33 and 34 fn town-1 ships 6 and 7 south, range 3 west, bears north 10 degrees 50 minutes east, 5770 feet:, Ttierce south 44 degrees 32 niin. east. along smith h IH p line nf survev No. 4516. 686 8 ft. No r granite stone 20x16x5 inchegt 18 d | ep- n , arUe d 2-4513 A thence south -8 degrees 05 minutes west a i oni r the northwest end line ol survey No 4517,371 teet to corner No. 3. a granite greeB 19 minutes west. 656.7 feet to corner stoue 20x14x6 iuches, 13 inches deep, marked 3-4513. A.: Thence north 58 de m : - tnn» t a nnrnor No 4 a quartzite stone 24x12x6 ins. 16 ins. deep marked 4-4513 A.: Thence north 54 degrees 48 minutes west. 791 leet to corner No 5 a granite stone 24x8x6 inches. 16 inches deep marked 5-4513 A.: Thence north "8 degrees 05 minutes east, along southeast end line oi survey No. 4512 A. 535 leet to corner No 6. a granite stone 22x14x6 inches. 15 inches deep, marked 6-4513 A: Thence south 54 degrees 48 min ufeg east. 791 feet to said corner No. 1. | ace of beginning, containing an area ol jfj 4« iiC res: the presumed general course or direction of the said Faston vein, or mineral deposit being shown upon the plat posted herewith, as near can be deter-, linned lrom the present developments, this mon to sections 3. 4. 33. and 34 In townships 6 and 7 south, range 3 west. bears_north 14 degrees 58 1-2 minutes east, 6174.2 feet, thence south 47 degrees 54 minutes east, along southwest boundarv ol survey No. 4515 A, 948.6 feet to corner No. 2, a granite stone 20x10x6 inches. 13 Inches deep, marked 2 -4514 A.: Thence south 30degrees 00 minutes west, 430 leet to corner No. 3, a granite stone 20x9x5 inches. 13 inches deep, marked 3-4514 A.: Thence north 58 degrees 13 minutes west. 928 leet to corner No. 4, a quartz stone 20x12x6 inches 13 T '"" ,Ce posted herewith, as near can be deter - ■ ■ claim bein" tor 1447.7 linear feet thereof to get her with surlace ground shown upon the official plat posted herewith, said vein, lode and mining premises hereby sought to be patented being designated as survey No. 4513 A in the official plat posted herewith, and is bounded as toilows. on the north by the Ontario, (unsurved) owned by Ed. Trout and the heirs of John Trout, by the Easy Street, survey No. 4516. and the Mid dle lode, Ed. Trout and estate ol and heirs ot John Trout claimants, on the east by the Easton traction and on the south by the Bonanza, survey No. 4515 A. Also, survey No. 4514 A.—American Lode—Commencing at the northwest cor ner. a granite stone 20x7x5 inches, 15 inches deep, marked 1-4514 A. being corner No. 1. from whence the section corner com „ < m • a i.— north 30 degrees 00 minutes east, 600 leet to corney No. 1, place oi beginning, con taining an area of 10.97 acres, the presumed general course or direction ol the said American vela, lode or mineral deposit be ing shown upon the plat posted herewith as near as can be determined from the present developments, this claim being for 928 linear leet thereol together with sur face ground shown upon the official plat posted herewith, said vein, lode and min ing premises hereby sought to be patented being designated as survey No. 4514 A in the official plat posted herewith and is bounded as follows, on the north by_ the Bonanza claim, being survev No. 4515 A, on the southeast by the Bullion, claimants unknown, on the northwest by the Loaln, claimants unknown. Also, survey No. 4515 A—Bonanza Lode —Commencing at corner No. 1. a granite stone 20x7x5 inches, set firmly in the ground aud marked 1-4515 A. irom whence the corner to sections 3. 4, 33 and 34. town ships 6 and 7 south, range 3 west, bears north 14 degrees 58 1-2 minutes east, 6174.2 leet running thence south 47 degrees 54 minutes east, along the north boundary ot survey No. 4514 A .948.6 feet to corner No. 2, a granite stone 20x10x6 inches set firmiy in the ground, marked 2-4515 A.: theuce south 48 degrees 51 minutes east. 47 teet to corner No. 3. a granite stone *2nzl2x5 inches, 13 inches deep, marked 3-4515 A.: Thence north 38 degrees 05 minutes east, 167 fest the ground.marked ;>4.>1» A.: Thence north 54 degrees 48 minutes west.along the south westfoundry olpurvey No. 4513 A, 791It. , _ _ . x ; >x ^ to corner No. 4. a granite stone 20x14x6 inches, set firmly in the ground, marked 4-4515 A.: Thence north 58 degrees 1!) min utes west, along southwest boundary ot survey No. 4513 A, 656.7, to comer No. 5. a quarizite stone 24x12x6 inches set tirmly in inches set tirmly in the ground, marked 6-4515 A.: Thence south 28 degrees 05 minutes west. 136 teet to corner No. 7. a pine post 4 1-2 inches square. 4 leet long 2 leet deep, marked 7-4515 A.: I 'bence south 61 degrees 13 min. east, 471 8 leet. to corner no . 8, a quartz stone 20x8x6 inches 13 inches deep, marked 8-4515 A.: Thence north 30 degrees 00 minutes east 76 teet. to cornor no . 1. place ot begiuniug. embracing an area o!2 98 acres; the presumed general course or direction ol said Bonanza lode, vein or mineral depost beiug shown upon' the plat posted herewith as near as can be determined trom the preseut developments, this claim being tor the length oi vein and surlace ground as shown upon the official Plat posted herewith, said vein, lode and mining premises hereby sought to be pat ented beiuir designated as survev no . 451 A, in the official plat posted herewith, aud is bounded as lollows, to-wit: On 'he south by survey no . 4514 A. and the L-)ain and Bullion claims (unsurveyed), claimants un known: on the uorth by'survev no . 4513 A, and on the east by survey No. 4517: Also, survey No.4516— Kasy Street Lode— Commencing at corner no . l.'a granite stone 24x10x5 ins. marked 1-4516 set tirmly In the ground, from which the corner common to sections 3, 4, 33 and 34, townships 6 and 7, south, rangs 3 west, bears north 10 de grees 50 iniuutes east, 5770 It.: Thence uorth ; the 6th to corner inches square marked 2-4516: thence north 7 degrees 38 minutes east. 676 teet to corner No. 3. a granite stone 20x15x7 niches, 13 Inches deep, marked 3-4516: theuce south 49 degrees 30 minutes east, 1046.9 It. to corner No. 4, a granite stone 20x8x6 in. 13 inches deep, marked 4-4516; theuce south 7 degrees 38 minutes west. 631.5 leet to cor ner No. 5, a quartzite stone 20x11x4 Inches. 13 inches deep, marked 5-4516; thence north 44 degrees 32 minutes west, along north boundary ot survey No. 4513 A. 322 leet to corner No. 1. place' ol beginiug. containing an area ol 12.73 acres, the presumed gener al course ol said Kasy Street Lode, vein or mineral deposit being shown upon the plat — —- ~ - v * , : ft® u\* chum being lor thejeugth ol vein^and sur . .. , , ... ' e giound as shown upon the official plat posted herewith, said vein, lode aud milling claim hereby sought to be patented being designated as survey no . 4516 iu the official phit posted herewith, and is bounded as lollows to-\vit:-ou the north west by the Gutario (uusuivejed) on the southeast bv - J to^d^TrouT ^ind Hie 'heirs 8 o^ hio" "S to Ld. Irout and the hens ol .Jno. Irout, on tlie south by survev No. 4. j 13, no . . - ne r common to sections 3. 4 known claims on the north. Also: survey No. 4517—Faston Fraction Lode. Commencing at corner No. 1, which is corner No. 2 ol survey No. 4513 A, a gran ite stone, 20x16x5 inches, tirmly set in the ground, marked 1-4517, trotu which the cor and 34 in I twps. 6 and 7 south, range 3 west bears north 5 degrees 35 1-2 mluutes east,6186.2 It. ttence soutu 53 degrees 23 minutes east, 65 " teet to corner No. 2, a granite stone 20xl0x .'i inches, 13 inches deep, marked 2-4517:theuee south 28 degrees 05 minutes west, along northwest end line of Sprat,t Lode, (unsur veyed). 538 leet to corner No. 3, a quartz stone 21x8x8 inches, 14 inches deep, mark ed 3-4517: thence uorth 53 degrees 23 miu utes west, 65 leet to corner No. 4. which is also corner No. 3 ot survey No. 4515 A, granite stone 20x12x5 inches set firmly in , the ground, marked 4-4.-.17: thence north 28 degrees 05 minutes east, along south end ! line ot survey No.4515 A,538 It.to corner No. 1, place ot beginning containing 0.79 acres: | the presumed general course of said Faston j Fraction vein, lode or mineral deposit be , ing shown upon the plat posted herewith as near as can be determined lrom the près i ent developments: this claim being tor the | length ot vein and surtaxe grouud as shown | upon the official plat posted herewith: said j Vein and lode and mining premises hereby sought to be patented being designated as ; survey No. 4.il. in the ^ official M Plat posted j sought to be patented being designated as 1 survey No. 4517 in the official plat posted j herewith, and is bounded as follows, to-wit 011 the noitbwest by sutvej No. 4,>l.> A. 01. j the south by the Bullion, claimants un known, on the east by the Spratt.claimants unknown, on the uorth by the Middle, claimants Ed. Trout and the heirs ot John Trout. , . . deep, marked _ grees 4.) minute ! <1 /iiiurt'/ifn al Also, survey No. 4512 B. Apix mill-site. Commencing at the northwest location cor ner, corner No. 1, a granite stone 20x13x8 inches, 13 inches deep, marked 1-4512 B, from whence the corner common to sections 3, 4, 33 and 34 in twps 6 and 7 south, range 3 west, bears north 38 degrees 55 minutes east, 2859.6 teet: thence south 58 degrees 05 minutes east, 587 teet to corner No. 2, a quartzite stone 21x12x5 inches, 14 inches 1-4512 B: thence south 14 de minutes west.382 teet to corner No. , a quartzite stone 20x12x3 inches, 13 inch es deep, marked 3-4512 B: thence north 58 degrees 05 minutes west, 587 feet to corner No. 4, a quartzite stone 20x12x5 inches, 13 inches deep, marked 4-4512 B.: thence north 14 degrees 45 minutes east, 382 leet to cor ner No. 1, place ol beginning, containing an area ot 4.92 acres: the extent ot said Api x null-site and the surface ground embraced therein being shown upon the official plat posted herewith, said mill-site claim here by sought to be patented being non-miner al and designated on the official plat posted herewith as survey No. 4512 B. There are no adjoining claims. . Also, survey no . 4 o 13 B. Easton mill-site: Commencing at the southwest location cor ner, which is also corner No. 3, of survey no . 4514 B. a quartzite stone 22x16x5 inches 13 inches deep, marked 1-4513 B, which is corner no . 1, trom which the 1-4 section cor ner between sections 17 and 8, twp. 6 south range 3 west, bears south 792 teet, thence north 528 teet. to northwest corner, a gran ite stone 23x12x8 inches, 16 inches deep, marked 2-4513 B, thence east, 660 feet to northeast corner, a granite stoue 20x6x4 inches. 13 inches deep, marked 3-4513 B; thence south, 132 teet to southeast corner, a granite stone 20x6x6 inches, 13 inches deep marked 4-4513 B; thence south 59 de grees 02 minutes west. 769.7 feet to place of beginning, containing an area ot 5 acres: the extent ot said Easton mill-site and the surface ground embraced therein being shown upon the official plat posted upon said claim, said mill-site claim hereby sought to be patented being non-mineral land and designated on the official plat posted on said claim as survey no . 4513 B. the adjoining claims are the American Mill-site, survey 4514 B. on the south, aud Mineral entry no . 259. German Bar Flume Co.. applicants on the west. Also, survey no . 4514 B, American Mill site: Commencing at the southeast location corner, which is corner No.l, a quartzite stone 25x12x7 inches, 17 inches deep, mark ed 1-4514 B, lrom which corner the 1-4 sec tion corner between sections 8 and 17, twp. 6 south, range 3 west, bears south 45 de grees 00 miu. west. 933 4 H. thence west 660 It.to coruor No,J,a granite stoue 20x8x8 lus. 13 ius deep, marked 2-4514 B, thence north, 132 leet to northwest location corner, cor nerxo. o, a quartzite stone 22x16x5 inches, set tirmlv in the ground, marked 3-4514 B, thence north 59 degrees 02 minutes east. 769.7 teet along the south boundary oi sur vey 4513 H, to northeast corner, corner No. 4.a granite stone 20x6x6 in. set tirmly in the ground, and marked 4-4514 B, thence south 528 teet to place ot beginning, corner No. 1 containing an area ol 5 acres: the extent ot said American null-site and the surface ground embraced therein being shown upon the official plat herewith posted upon said claim: said mill-site claim hereby sought to be patented being non-mineral ' land, and designated upon the official plat posted on said claim as survey No. 4514 B: the adjoin claims aie the Easton mill-site on ihe north, and Mineral entrv no . 259, German Bar Flume Co., Applicants, on.the west and south. Also, survey No. 4515 B, Bonanza Mill site: Commencing at the southwest loca tion corner, corner no . 1. a quartzite stoue 20x12x5 inches, 13 inches deep, marked 1* 4515 B. trom whence the corner common to sections 3. 4, 33 and 34, twps 6 and 7 south range 3 west, bears uorth 46 degrees 08 minutes east, 2259.5 teet, theuce south 47 degrees 25 iniuutes east. 500 leet to corner no . 2, southeast location corner a granite stone 20x6x6 inches, thirteen inches deep, marked 2-4515 B, chence north 28 degrees 06 minutes east, 484 leet to northeast location corner, corner no . 3, a granite stone 20x8x3 inches 13 inches deep, marked 3-4515 15, thence uorth 53 degrees 27 minutes west. 428 leet to corner No. 4 a granite stone 23x8x6 inches. 16 inches deep, marked 4-4515 B.. thence south 36 degrees 18 minutes west. 426 2 feet to place ol be ginning; containing an area oî 4.78 acres, and the surface grouud embraced therein being shown upon the official plat posted herewith on said claim: said millsite claim hereby sought to be patented being non mineral land and designated upon the of ficial plat posted on said claim as survey no . 4.">15 B. there are no adjoining claims; all ot which said claims and miilsites here* tolore described are ot record in the office ot the county clerk and ex-officieio recorder ol deeds ot the Countv of Madison, State ot Montana. Any aud alt persoris claiming adverse in tercsts in any ot the mi ni tig ground, veius, lodes, premises and null sites or any por mvav,,« ™ *ut*cvcu aPPlieU tor. are hereby notified less their adverse claims are duly that un tiled in law. and the retaliations accordance wit thereunder, within the time prescribed by law with the register ol the United States land office at Helena m the State «I Montana, they will be barred in virtue ot the pro visions ot said statute. W. E. CON, llegiHter. First publication March 9, 189i 'i. 20-10 ^ t _ inches deep, marked 1-4465, lor corner No. i, lrom.which the northeast corner ol sec j t ion 2, in township 5 south range 1 west, |, e ars north 75 degrees 41 minutes east 837.6 f e et dist; thence trom said corner No. t north 7 degrees 17 minutes east 1379.3 leet t0 corner No 2, the northeast location cor n er; thence 57 degrees 31 minutes west. No. 3528. Application For a Patent. Ü. S. LAND OFFICE AT H elena , Montana, Feb. 11, 1895. Notice is hereby given, that Alexander McKi'.y. whose postoffice address is Vir ginia City, Uadison couuty, Montana, has this day filed his application tor a patent tor 1376 linear teet ol the Concentrator vein or lode with surface ground i.'!2 to 547 leet ill width, aud 1487 luiear teet ot the Agi tator vein or lode with surlace grouud 547 leet 111 width, the same being adjoining claims aud situated in Kamshorn, unorga nized. mining district, Madison county. Montana, aud designated in the official field notes and plat on tile in this office, as surveys Nos, 4465 and 4466, embracing a portion ot Twps. 4 and 5 snuth ol range 4 west ot the principal meridian; said sur veys Nor. 4465 and 4466 beiug described as follows, to-wit. The Concentrator lode, survey No. 4465; Beginning at the southeast location corner, granite stone 24x10x8 inches, set 16 l0 «orner No 2, the northeast location cor ner; thence 57 degrees 532 teet to corner No. 3. the northwest loca tion corner; thence south 7 degrees 51 min utes west 1373 leet to corner No. 4, the southwest location corner; thence south 57 degrees 31 minutes east 547 teet to corner no . 1, the place ot beginuing, embracing au area ol 15.46 acres. The Agitator lode,survey no . 4466. Begin ning at the northeast location corner, which is also coiner No. 1 ol survey No. 4465 above described, and marked 1-4466, lor cor ner No. 1 ot this claim, and running theuce south 24 degrees 30 minutes west 1487 feet to eornei No. 2; thence north 57 degrees 31 minutes west 547 feet to eorner No. 3; the southwest location corner; thence north 24 degrees 30 mioHtes east 1487 teet to corner No. 4, the northwest location corner, which is also corner No. 4 of said survey No. 4465; thence south 57 degrees 31 minutes east 547 teet to corner No. 1, the place of begin ning; embracing an area ot 18-49 acres, total area claimed in both surveys, 33.95 acres, embracing a portion of townships 4 and 5 south range 4 west, magnetic varia tion in all courses at 19 degrees east. Notices ot the location ol said mining claims are rdcorded In the office ot the re corder ol said Madison county at pages 467 i%v an( j 4^ respectively, of book 28, ot the re corder ot said county. The onlv adjoining and conflicting claim | 8 survey No. 736, Placer, Lot No. 38. cun uicting with said survey No. 4465, the Con centrator lode, the ground in conflict being claimed by this applicant. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portiou ol said mining claims and sur j ace ground, are required to file their ad verse claims with the register ot the L'nit ed States land office at Helena. In the state ol Montana; during the sixty days publica tion ot this notice, or they will be barred by virtue ot the provisions ef the statutes. W. E. COX. Register. First pub. Feb. 23,1895. 18-10 AMOS c. HALL. ALDEN J . BENNKTT. HALL & BLNNETT, Virginia City, Montana. Do a general banking business. Draw ex change on all the principal cities of the world. The highest rates paid for Gold Dust, Gold and Silver Bullion, and County and Territorial securities. Collections carefully and promptly attended to.