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THEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 8, Lam.
THEMINES Of MORTM
;Tue caae has been taken before the sniirerue^I curt. and in pending h decision. A K**rd^, a i Sharon HpriitRs is MM
Progressand Development of the^Great Industry in Deer^Lodge County
Whatis Being Done In the Oro^Flno and Little Blackfoot^Districts
TUsRelly Mia* unit Smelter at Argent*^Temporarily In ih. Sheriffs^Possession.
HewNorth Went: The Southern Croaa^eompnuy have taken nn ei|;ht nionthH' lease^of the new Siilton Cameron ten-stamp mill^at Georgetown, itnd liiKt week the Htainpa^began dropping ou ore from the Southern^Crosa mine, in which there ih said to be an^almoat unlimited supply of koikI ore in^tight. The ore at pr ^-^ :it beiuK milli'd will^run from to $lt^ per ton.
Itin recent strike in the Keystone ih turn^ing out lictter than nt lirsi mipponed. 1'rva-^ident Si^arkmun tiH^k a number of specimens^to Kutte for uasa^ last week and the returna^ranged from 3ii to Ml ounces. Two veins,^one ruuniuK at a right and the other at an^acute angle with the mum lead are now ex^^posed in the shaft. One of them U sixteen^and the other tlnrtv inchea wide. Die^^haft has reached a dei^lli of IM feet. The^I5^i fe. I depth, frolu which a cross-cut to^the leud will -t ut. will be reached within^ten days.
TheMcDcnnott, in First t'liauoe district,^is showing up better with every teal ^^f de^^velopment. Six men are at work drifting^on the lead and they are taking out some^very good milling ore. W. K. Shimley re^^turned from the mine a few day^ sine.-,^bringing with him a number of K.iiupK s cut^from across t be fuce of the had for ussnv.^One of these, an average wimple, went^$l!7.76 gold, eitfht ounces silver and a con^^siderable percentage of copper. The lead,^in fact, is growing stronger in copper,^which iH considered a good indication. It^whs the intention to make at least one ship^^ment of ore to the smelter thiH season, but^the early snow and the. fact that the mine is^difficult of access may cause the manage^^ment to postpone the shipment until spring.
SilverState: To show what progress is^being made iu the Oro Fino mining dis^^trict, we give the names of the companies^haviuu steam machinery on their property:^The Ohauipiiin, Mountain Lion, Goapai^Mountain, American Ituhy, Ohio, Keystone,^Oro Fino, 1'hocnix and Mildred companies,^the last two being placed this week. Ne^^gotiations are now pending by which two^more companies will have machinery by^the aoth of December. There are already^three ore producers, while all the others are^working in lead matter with a most prom^^ising future. One ^^f these companies is^composed of St. PUl capitalists, one of Si.^Louis capitalists, one of Anaconda citizens,^and the remainder of the companies arc^made up of Deer Lodge and Champion citi^^zens.
TheMinneapolis company has awarded a^contract to sink tifty feet, fat $10 ptr foot.^The shaft is to be tixlll iu the ch ar, I hey^have a good shaft house and lodging build^^ings already on the property. Assays at^^even and one-half feet Wi nt f 7!s) in silver,^at nine feet $K.^^I in silver. They expect to^get the lead within forty-li\. it t
Mail:Among the principal mines thus far^operated in the Muckfoot district is a gRMB^known as the Lily group of mines, which^are owned by Angus A. McDonald, of 1'hil-^ipsljur :; ('. K. Wells, J. K. Murphy and Mr.^Hledman.of Helena. On one claim they have^a perpendicular shaft down Some ninety-five^feet, with twenty mchcHof ore in sight that^average 50 ounces in silver, Xi per cent lead^and .Vi in gold. On another claim where^considerable development hns been done,^they have three and one-half feet of ore car-^ryiu'.' 3d ounces of silver, 1^^ per cent lead^and $1 to $r^ in gold. The average assays^on the tirst-chiBs ores from these pro|M'rties^is $K3 per ton, and from the second-class^i to *4^.
J.W. Opp's lease, the Princeton, on^Boulder creek, in looking well. A crew of^men are at Work running levels and stop-^iugs. A good deal of ore is being tuken out^for shipment. The vein is said to be three^feel wide at present, and all indications^point favorably to the fact that the l'linoc^ton will prove equal to Mr. Opp's expecta^turns.
TheDora Thome mine, which has been^considered to be quite a valuable property,^has evidently gone by the board for the^time being, at least. No work is being^done on it this winter, but those who are^most interested iu it still say they have a^rich mine in the Dora Thome, and that^operations will surely be resumed iu the^spring, if not before.
The('lark syndicate is going ahead with^operations on the Silver Chest and other^claims now controlled by that body, near^Tower. All work thus far done has proved^entirely satisfactory, and there now re^^mains nut little doubt that this syndicate^will purchase the property when the bond^expires next spring.
TheMo i it ami the Kelly Couipaay.
DillonTribune: Wednesday morning the^report was current that the 1*. J. Kelly^^melter and mine at Argeuta had been at^Inched by the sheriff and all was going uu^der the hammer. l'|x^n investigation it was^found that one attachment had been made^and that several others, fearing loss, had^done likewise, liy noon everything about^the property was in the hands of the con^stable and sheriff. The company has been^doing a credit business and has accumulated^a few thousand dollars of indebtedness, and^when one step was taken toward collecting^by the creditors, every MM made a grab.
Inconversation with Supt. Campliell at^the mines it was learned that Mr. Allen,who^has been in the east and who has been in^formed of the trouble, immediately aent^word that he would lie in Dillon by Sunday^and for him i Mr. Campbell i to be ready to^start the works next week and remain idle^till then. I'tii-ties who know Mr. Allen^kuow that he has moi, business p..-h C .n^many dozens of his fellow beings and that^it will take somcthiug more than ordinarily^occurs to keep the work in idleness when he^arrives. It is the general idea thut the mat^ter will be settled at once and the works be^started. There is certainly a good showing^at the mine, and with judicious manage^uient, money can be made from it.
Kal Katate Transfers.
Thefollowing real estate transfers ware^filed for record with County Clerk and Ke-^aorder Tooker yesterday:^United Hint's, to Thomas VV. Howard. H.
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T.K N. K. it W.
UnitedMates to T. 11. Klemarhmidt. V. W.
Knight,C. W. Cannon. N. 4 of NW ^^ of
BK.V the UK. '^ of NW. v% of Sr'_ V and
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11),N.K. S W^Mary A. Md 'ormick ami hustsxnd to Henry
P.Brook., one-half interest in lots l:t and
14,block .1 Marysville
JamesH. Hnmli et al. to Uo*e* Morris. li^
acresin Lewis ^ Clark^ county.
ADaily Through Car Service has been es^^tablished by the Chicago, I'nion Pacific A^North-Western Line from Sun Francisco,^Portland, Spokane Falls, Butte and Hel^^ena, to Chicago via Council Bluffs, thus of^fering to the public facilities not given by^any other line. ^ The Limit, d F'ast Mail^which runs daily between the above points,^carries the Overland Fast Mail, a limited^number of first-claas passengers without^extra charge and is composed of Pullman^Veotibuled Sleeiier*. San Franciaco to^Chicago via Council Hluffs, Pullman Vesti-^bnled Sleepers and Pullman Dining Cars,^Portland to Chicago via Council Bluffs.
Thisis another indication that the I'nion^Pacific is desirous of meeting the require^^ments of the people. For information in^regard to this and other trains on this line,^ai ply to any Ticket Agent or K. L. Lomax.^'reueral Passenger Agent. Omaha, Neb.
A.E. \ i ii, Agent.
('mapCan He prevented.^We want every mother to know that croap^OHii be prevented. There is no question^about this; as it has been done in thousands^of cases, and you may depend up n it that^when a child takes the croup, it is wholly^owing to the negligeuce of its itareuta.^True croup never appears without due and^timely warning: a few hours or a day or^two before the attack, the child becomes^hoarse. This hoarseness is the first indica^^tion of croup, and is a sure sign that croup^is to follow, unless promptly and properly^treated. The free use of Chamberlain's^h Kemedy ^s directed with each bottle,^under the beading, ^to prevent croup,^ will^dispel all symptoms of the disease. The^first sign of croup, hoarseness, may be over^^looked by yovng mothers or those not fa^^miliar with the disease. I'uder such cir^^cumstances, or when not properly treated,^the hoarseness becomes more marked and^the child shows symptoms of having^taken cold, then a peculiar rough^cough is developed. Even at^this stage Chamberlain's Cough^lieinedy will preuient the croup, but after^the cough hns developed, the croup is liable^to apiM-ar at any moment. The proper way^is to keep a bottle of this remedy at hand.^It costs but tifty centH and only a few doses,^or at most, not over one-third of a bottle is^required to dis|ad all symptoms of the dis^^ease. ('an you afford to risk bo much for so^little^ There is not the least danger in giv^^ing this remedy in large and frequent doses,^which are always required, as it contains^no injurious substance. As a proof ol this^fact, we refer to John L. olson, of Dai^Moines, la., whose 10-year-old boy drank^the entire contents of a fifty cent bottle of^Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy without the^least injury. For sale by H. M. Parcln n A^Co.
Thereis nothing parents should be so^oarelul about as selecting a cough syrup.^Beggs Cherry Cough Syrup, costs no more^t i in chsip mil ii' rior nostrums^brown on the market. The best is none^too good, be sure and get B EGOS'^CHEBUY COUGH SYKIP. We keep it^on hand at all times. H. S. Hale ^ Co.,
Thebust salve in the world for outs,^bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever^soi. s. tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,^corns, and all skin eruptions, and iswitively^cures piles, or xio pay required. It is guar^^anteed^) give perfect satisfaction, or money^refunded. Price 2f^oeuts per box. For sale^by K. S. Hale \ Co.
Curefor Piles.^Itching piles are known by moisture like^perspiration, producing a very disagreeable^itching after getting warm. 1 his form, as^well as blind, bleediui; and protruding piles,^yield at once to the aplpication of Dr. Bo-^sauko's Pile Kemedy, which acts directly^upon the parts affeted, absorbing the^tumors, allaying theciutense itching and^effecting a permanent oure. Fifty cents.^Address The Dr. Bosauko Medicine oom-^Piqua, Ohio. Sold by It. S. Hale
KannaaCuanty seat Vt sr
Topkia.Dec. 1 ^A new county seat war^is on in Wallace county. Sharon Springs^ha beens the temporary seat for five years,^but Wallace received a majority of votes at^h recent election. When mi attempt Was^made to move the records from Sharon^Hprings, however, it was found the court^house was guarded by armed men. who^would not allow the removal of the records
Aim^ranteed cure for all ner^^vous discuses. HUch SS WKAK
MKMOBV,U)SH OK HltAIN^POWEU. Hysteria. Headache^PAIN IN THE HACK, NEB-^MH S IMtOHTKATJON, WAKE^H I.NESS l.KU OIlllHiKA^telarsTaVlna. UN1VEKHAL^LASSITI'IIK, SEMINAL WEA K-^NEHH, Impoteucy and if.'in'r.il^loss of nower of the (ieuerative^Orleans, in either sex, caused hy^indiscretion or over-exertion, an.l^which ultimntcly lead to PKE-^MATI'BE OLD A(iK. INSAN^^ITY and CONSUMPTION, tla^box or six Itoxes for M Sent by^mail on receipt of price. Full^particulars iu pamphlet sent free to every appli^^cant.
WE(iUABANTEE SIX BOXES^to cure an^ case. For every order received, wa^^end six boxis.. with a written ipiarntitue to ra-^fund the money if onr Specific d.H* not effect a^cure.
Addressall communication* to the Hole Mann-^factorem. THE MUHUAY MEDICINE CO..^^Kansas ( it), Mu.
Forsale in Helena hv H. M. Part-hen A Cm.
Sooncause th ^ blood to become contain*^Inated and repine prompt treatment.^The most marked symptoms are loss of^appetite, headache, pains in the hack*^or side, MMMtsaj an.l relaxation of the^bowels. Ayer's Pills assist nature to^cx|ad the supeiabundant bile and thus^restore the purity of the MotML Being^purely vegetable and sonar-coated, they^are pleasant to take, mild iu .qs ration,^and without ill ellcds.
Aftermany years' experience with^Ayer's Pills as a remedy for the large^nuuilier of ailments c aused by derange^^ments of the liver, peculiar to malarial^localities, Himple justice prompts me to^express to you my high appreciation of^the merits of this medicine for the clasa^of disorders I have named.^ ^ S. la^Loughridge, Bryan, Texas
Ihail tried almost everything for^chronic liver complaint, but received^no relief until I used Aver's Pills. I^rind them Invaluable.^ ^ W. K. Watson,^77 East Illinois it, Chicago. Ill
Dr.J. C. Ayer ^ Co. Lowell, Mat*.^Bold by all Urussit'i. W4 !^ealrr^ in Medietas.
AWmir'i Face Is Her Fortune.
Aftera few days' use will |s^ruianently remove^all Pl-Mrt JtrlM. Pimpliw and Kr^'kl^. pro^durlnir an Entranciiwly Bsmtifnl Complexion^that shames the use of iM.wden. and cream*.^Warranted i^Tfe^'tlj asfwUsaa, K..ld try all I^^^1-^liielilrniojiste at '1 tier l^.i of NO wafers.
Dr.Himma' Safe P^ri.slical Wafera are ^nr^^an.ttreltable for all female irregularities. Price^9i |s^r box. Sent by mail tuernrc, on reeeit tl of^price. Warranted U. oontain no ^Tausy^ or
ThtklkbA Co.. MS Cliamhera St.. N^w York.^H. M. Pirchen A Co. S^.le AKenta. Helena.
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FURNITURE,MIRRORS, CROCKERY, ST0V18,
OfficeFurniture, Bar Outfits, Saddles, Harness, Bicy^^cles, and Everything the Heart Can Desire, at Half^Price. Will also exchange goods for anything you hare.
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inu.ra.Udbj Mlnara, Kallroad Contrsctora, anil Knilorsefl by the Public lav Asmara^aa the Ntrnnaeal, Hafvat and Heat of all High Ksploslras
A.M. Holter Hardware Co., General Agents,
R.S. HALE ^CO.,
I'ttrmanentlyLocated at RoutheaM Oor-^ner of Broadway and Main Stimia,^liutte City. Private Entranea^No. 8 Eaat Broadway.
Medicaland Surgical InBtitut*
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Paints,Oils, etc.. Surgical Instruments.^ 'rutcha*^Braces. eU'. Wholesale agents for Cnro for^l jpaftis and Colds, Kirk's Pile Ointment, Witches^t^o|^^ dium, llosanko ^Medicines, |)r. Kilmer't^Item..ij, Dan.teliou Tonic, Oreaos Kidney Tea,^Itulard ^ Hueultio.
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W. 1. I.KMIW (^KLKHRATKD BT. 1/ll.lH^liAUKK I'd I II in Kea^ is pun-liaeed at a oust^of %'i Per llarrel More lhan any other Kaetsrn^Heer broiurht to Helena. As the II,. r is^(luaranteed by the Manufacturer to contain^No Deleterious I rut re. lieu is. tvinu matli. of^IT UK Harlev. Malt and Choios New Crou^Ho|ie, we a.1 vise those desinua a PUKK^liLAHH OK HI I It to call on^WM. OINUKK. (Jertisnaer Block. Hislney Wrest,^NI' K HLCUOCK. I,..*er Mum si,., i^JACK HI i.S Mill Hri.UreHtreet,^IHL J. KlII.I.K.MI H. N. P. Ik.|s.t, and the
BOESMANBROS. ^ CO.,^Sole Agonta.
saisvlAll medicines are especially ore pared (or^each iudividnal case at l^bratory. No Injurious^or poisonous coniismuda used.
Notime lost from business. Patienta at a dts-^taine treated by letter anil express. Medlolac^sent everywhere fn^e from Kate or breakage.
liidiMWMW.ifthe blissl. brain, heart and net^vous system, aa well aa liver, kidney and gravel^cotniilaiiite, rheumatism, paralysis and all other^clironic diseases
Writefor illustrated osiers on Di.formitisa,^Club KeeL ('nrvature of tlie Hpiue. Hlee. Ttuauaa.^I aaoar, Cstarrh, Hronchitis, lnl.al.itiou. Klssv^tii. itv. Maanesium, Paralysis Kpilepay, Ridnsf,^Hladder, Kye, rjir, Hkin and Hlood and all Hnnrl-^i-ai (l|MTntiona.
Diseasesof women s specialty. Book on
'*Theonly reliable Medical and Suraical^lute uiakiiui a specialty of private diseases.
AllHlood llieeaees snc^^essfully treated. Bvpb-^Uitlo rolsoa rsoosaa from the system witasat^nien nry. New llestorative treatment for less ef^Vital Power. Persona unable to visit us may be^treateilat home by comwiiondence. All min-^manications confidential. Medicines or isstri^u.ente eeul l,j mail 01 ex|.nv.s sei ureh *s* ked^(Hie is.rsoual inl.'i view pri'ferred. Call and eon-^stuj 'ie. or saaa history of your case ami we will^nod iu plain wra|i|s^r our lksik free, explalniag^^l,v ihousainls cannot Is' cunHi of Private, htsw-^ial and Nervous Disease*, rtemiual Weakaesa.^Si.ei aiatorrhcaa, Imis.tency, Syphilis,(ion.^(ilest, Varicocles, etc., etc
IIrs. I.iebia A Co. are the only qualified ac rw-^spousible c|m cialists left in Montana
Ilit os hours from 9 to 6 and 7 to 8 p. m.; et kff^appointment in obscure or urgent cases.^CONSULTATION KKKK.^Newton Pros, are events for sale of Dr. Usblf'i^In Unite ( ity. MonUna.
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