New Law Firm. By reference to our legal columns it will be seen that Charles W. Ormsbce, of St. Joseph, Michigan, who arrived hero last evening, even-ing, has already joined General Geo. C. BatcB, U. S. district attorney, in the law and land and mining business. Mr. Ormsbce brings the very strongest letters from James F. Joy, A. H. Morrison, Mor-rison, and other eminent bankers, and railroad millionaires, as to his capacity as a lawyer, broker and banker. The new firm will, in a few days, open their office in tho building formerly occupied by Secretary Black, cast of the Herald Her-ald office. Their arrangement with tho leading merchants, bankers and railroad men in Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburg, Pitts-burg, Philadelphia, New York, and other eastern cities, will givo them unusual un-usual facilities to sell mines. Their library, wo learn, will soon be the largest larg-est in tho Territory.