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VOL II1N 49. Maiden and Magmmns, M. T., Thursday, July 16, 1885. Price 10 Cents
MAIDLJEN, 1'HURSDAY, July 16. 'S5.
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Wines, Liquors and Cgr
Wab Beer. Cards aund Bar Glahsswre.
MAI N STriUETi MAIlIEN\ .1I.I I
Male Stret. meldto N. T. DInasampa.
Maiden, - - Montana.
Feed and Sale Stable.
North Msaltaaa St.. Maiden.
Rigs of all Kinds, Fixne Saddle
Animals and best
.*ill.I 1.r".".,r 1;...1 t8 li . .Ir" .u a call.
P. Saunders, Prop,
ONt 316 SPRINGS CREEK.
rlll.r t zi, . a iv iil 1,A .T
FRANKI DAY. Prqrieter.
A. M. Thomnpson
»rg. 'ttic Me' ins Tu. lir i'tc
PNESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.
1 'armntcy nest d.L'r to Arguan utltie.
O'Loughlin & O'8~rlon,
Main Street. - Ma.den,
*IPP4MflE roe? OFItCN1.
"Iii'Frhý.g ~ll ,1i.. v ,111
W iauda stadar of euceokt~c, which
pajut. inhill oald mousyr ca l, ~ducc.
NX UL ;; YEARS.
Thm.. ncimeoltettr (4v e8a 4 h wat 1 '.l ( %1
X, s, yutlt of .,., r. \ '.&.4rl . (I
btscoottinb ctkcua, m4l.4. lj,44 4 tic~ .... c.;atras-'
ir., ornamenta .Hlan d .e~e..;...( Lv'oa,~
.aouyhuamcarche.. Ioh..q, .i. xu~tua. c Li$A ýiif:ý IIIt.:
(4...h4i.4 4. !ZA.L. ^ 4144
tripeY ereTT D (iý A
Th. c;hic*g Cozttage Organ Co.i. ~ ..lbe . iz.y
I sagea~dls s. ILL.is~m
TIhe Alice Company. of Butte, ship
ped ten bans of silver on the 6th inst.,
valued at $15,792.
The Maginnis mill will start up'
next week, dropping bo-stamp, instead
of rocking two oscillators.
i t is reported that Joe Drown re
cently sold his Emiptant Gulch quartz
interests to Eaton Bros. for the sum of
'Abhe contemplated mill to be erected
on the Bluebird mine will increase the
bullion outptut of Butte by at least
$60,000 per mnontit.
Last week the Lexington company,
shipped sixteen bass of silver weighin
almost a ton antd valued in round
figures at e32,0oo.
'Abe foundation for the engine aitd
arautras on the Spotted Horse pro
perry has been laid. It is the calcula
lion to commence rock crushing by
the middle of Augutts.
Sevcral of the properties of ('one
Butte district bid fair to prove bonani
has. Some of the richest ores found
in the Judith mountains, both gold
and silver bearing, are being mined.
Spicimnen pieces shown us this week
will assay in the thousands.
(if n.inc minlers fronm the Little
Rocky placer diggings that returned to
MIaiden last week, all agree that there
is little gold to he taken out. lBut
for the recent rains that washed out
*inost of the sluice boxes, fair wages
might have been secured, as it was
about 75 ceits per day to the man
was the average. The miners ar'. all
W. K. Cox, a member of the New:
York Mining Exchange, while in Ifel
ena last week, said that mining stu~ck'
in the New York markets is looking
til. He is of the opinion that tihe
placilir of worthless jpropjerties, capitall
i i i ali.,il t.iii.O..t L;sha. Anzu lz
t' do withI detracting capital from the
ininitig industry. All dealers want is
co-al properties with a faiir promise of
geitting nick in disiditields at least some
of the mottiey ithey pitt ini.
by private letter from a friendl ii
Helena we learn that A. MI. Esler,
foriiierly supterintendent of the Maghis.
'nis Mining Co., is enjoying a much
larger husinessthan he had anticipated,
an ob ble to treat all the ores
ut-tered hinm wiil build, as sin ' as pus
sthile, a 20-stamp mill to operate in
'i iilnectioni witht lits present cotncentrat
*itg works. lThe plans andl specifica
tiotis hive becin drawis and are now in
the hands of 'Ilios. W. Il,lher, who
will he remenmbered as the millwright
in charge of the c-onstritctiosn of the
I'he Anaconda Silver Mining and
Snieliting Company, of Anadconda, AM.
T'., purchased of the Northern Pacific
railroad company, last week, 4,000
Su rea of land at *t3 an acre. This
purchase lies in D~eer Lodge county
ini the neighborhood oit thme town of l t
Anaconda, where the comnlany has;
plantedl the largest smelting works on
the globe. Tihe buildings and macbin.
cry plant cost $z,75o,ooo,and upwards .1
oif 400o tons of ore are haniilel by~ the I
works ulaily-. The Anaconda company
has, now a total of ten thousand acres
.of land much of whsichis covered
Wokon the Montana Itile, Mmn
istlalsa and other nmines in Neihart
ýlisoi it. lo~nied l~y C. A. Broadwater
a~nd others, was suspended on the 3d
inst. As the I oiid expires . eptetsmb r
inst. it is not pirobable that oipera):ors
will tie resumed before that dlate. M c
learn that though coinsidc:ah~le "dead"
work was done the mines are pretty ,1
well ilcvckosid andI look fully as well ,
as the o~wners ceX ecte 1: b-it whether
as giwud as Mr. Itroadwater expected i.
not Knox it. The last ores taken from
the mines arc very rich. aiil it is stated
on g~ssI authoritsy t~ait there is now
enough high !trade orec on the dumnp to
pay the expenses of erectin-g sufficient
uscihiinery to work the tuimes success
f,:hl It is. stated that while all were
Scet pleased wills t?-c" -ust, - of ore
gi--n out and expaosedl- I'ii: opera
tors under the tsusi, thme ore body ex
posed is considered insuflicient to
warrailt the pir;I~ n it the bonded
I rite, $2- ,o.o.-tlsb t iatusi.
There will bes a horse race isn Blufi
street next Slummday afternooan. between
Kroll's jruay l)ic"k and ilewers sorrel
j colt. D)istance. 250 yards; $5U.as0 a
side. Race at z'o l~ck.
Ira Kamapp liurclkased tent ahJSM with
calves, from. tiov. Brooks last week,
d paying the snnm of $7~i.10.0 for the lot.
jive cows are very fine animals and
- good milkers. Mr. Kn~aapp is now ready
to furnish milk consuimers wita sany
,f quantity of lacteal nouarisliaent at
A. M. Ealer lisa let a contract to
Alexander Swac for a thonasand tons of
tore from the Overland Mine. to be
delivered at the Ikonanza (thief Mill,.at
'I 'otamia City. The mnine and mill
belong to 14. T. Hauser and A. N. Esler,
andl the twenty stamps will commence
*dropping on Monday nex . -illelens
Eleven shiearers at C. W. t(ook's
ranch, one day last week, sheared 1,4100
sheep, doing good work thiroughaoutatis
Mr. Cook will not accept of any other.
Onae of the party, Lewis Bagliy, sheared
1.10, Win. 'rotrerdale 1304 and John
Lncas 133 1 heep each. In thitl shear
inlg each nman tied anid stored hsis own
I Hleeces. This excels any account of
shearing heretofore published by +
mand we believe is the heat record made
liin the Territory.-Hunsbandmans.
e Severmal new ltimmliimgs are to be bouit
tAll (if our carpeniters are bmeity, with
,work emngaged idhead.
M. It.W. Itatlmburn is bumildling a
IIcottage onMontana street.
rklaatfer's lodging house is unider
Sgoming immproveiments. A second story
[ltes bmeen added on to time rear end of
g Saunmders livery stabmle hits just beeni
Cencloised with Fay's new patent rooting,
.-t tru'embclr & Poland, agents. This
itre.-ling is 044d onmly neat in apipearance
c ! but is claimed to ibe proof aganist the
a'eleaments. This stable will be one of
L.th finest iMontanma when completed.
aprahn compltion The bid
bul-lg huhapaiglinmited, is found
ti tlie omf formidable dimensions upon
a. :imi internal inspection, consisting of at
ht two-story structure :Atz2Ul inside, facing
I, the brook, (froth which one of the
's munponint parts of beer, aqua pun,
will Le conmveyed by imeamm-of pip'e.,)
nand a large beer cellar in thme rear, the
latter being built in ain excavamtiuon o'u
pof the side of the bill cannot be seemi
n from the roed. All tihe miachinmery,
it kegs. etc.. arrived last Friday. by
eCamp Itros.' freighting team, and will
isiortly be set in jilace. Getyour mouth
d puckered for "keg bear on draught."
C WVillianm WVilaioi's placer ground, in
oj Ailpine gumlch, was visited by anm Aeio~rs
1 representatic 0on $aturday last amid
,gretyto our surpjrism- foummd two large
aspits atamimt reammy for ia clmanm up, one
n beimig l~ixlmMt feet the other 1Ux";m.
in M. 'iil-.n ieommmmienceil wo' k alomie
S. il himi l.. iulji aboumt thme lieul .d May~,
e but for time past mionthi li.- tei a-
y dited biy Pitmer Mitchemll, if Neil.imrt.
"'Mr. Wil.son wiasted out -evriril lInami
of dirt fronim tin gravel atlit ae
were therme, whIitti averagisi we~ll bimt of
.t rock prncimpially, which seemms to stamid
r clgewayc iii this gulch.
,j lie hlt s will coin m menie cleaninog tip
siime tliiii thiis week amid it is hiowl~
Sthey will lbe richly rewarded for their(
kolas iity thieie were, nit imure such
" workers as % t ilsim in time cammip. Thei
v. gild ma very tini :11id pute; north at
The Miles City Use,.MastiI Fl' M.
n a h ropomsed heiar anmii dog hlkt that
mitasadertimsd to mutii i II at Mi!,,'
v' City mii tihe Fitirth, rvultiimi iii it granid
°tixitle. After a litrge intiwl li-d asserni
ltle-il, eac ithmvinmg paid his fhfty cents
admimttanmce fee, the ferocioums mna-till
was turned into the 1 ".u' .!n, bitt,
itrtmi'ge tim say, hie ealmibmited nim-,mi if hiii
sviiil used i~lrigming jimit.liiitiel'.O t im lei
o mtiii iad hioii i quietly in". l,,- cot-I" al
ri ilpi iiligi betwmeem 1 i, ivlmIno-t ex
mine corner of tihe pImi. Thme bear,
apparentl~ty iIahli-ttrbedi mnd uncon
0l cerneml at thme intrusmiomn. lay jmlar idll jin
fl lis corner, and no amount of punching
III could arouse him from his lethargy.
a The hear-mastiff contest tiium proved
an inglorious failure, and the numer
h one patrons of the chow retired in
t, diaguact. A few of the disappointed
t. dutmee. howeverhbecanme violently bellig
d erent, got after the manager with a
v" rope, and compelled him to di-gorge',
y under threats of persttading hinm toe
ml involuntarily look up a telegraph pole.
Mjli,ý City citizens are no.t to hee trillemi
wiithe. --Avant Courier. In the light of
dthe whole facts it is not dificlult toi
,e determmitme whuich were thme breites in
itthis affair. Time' dog iaid teezar we-re
11for once caught ini devilisi head conº
r, saly. - - -
2e Littl bsey RaM t.
S Henry Horn and Jimminie lDeere ar
rived from thme diggings la4t week.
"They will not return.
Poeny McPartland will return to
al Henry itornm says thmey hmadi 25,0l 4)
uinches of water ini Little R. umky gtulch
r- during time heavy atourlm iii Junce. $omiee
,n o the' boys lost hmeavily. Lawremmce
ýfMurray and James Erwin losing their
sluice tauxes anmd conaideramble gold.
e There mire lens than (N I~ti mmm in.
tihe momuntaimnm. 'llus~e re'mainming are
afraid thme govertmmmvmt will drive then.
out before fall.
It Contsiderabmle "hmmg, jumice" lisa found
ites wamy imnto the diggings.
hs Thme boys celebrated time 4th in a
gloriomua manner. King Alcohol and
a Ileorge Washimngtonm joined them in a
"regular old snorter," while time Anmer
ican eagle wits snatched "bald hmeadedl."
r- Pony hit Lawrenmee on the head with a
*y beer bottle cutting at hole that required
l heating. S~uch is life in the IL. It.
Pie. Ma Wies huh.
Camp Bros.' warehouse is cramuswed
full of wool for lshipmient east, and they
arc busy loading cars with the fleecy
product of the Judith baaiiis.
The teams of Hedges k Co. and James
(Godfrey, from Ubet, and 1'. 1. Moule,
from Borcail, in the Judith country,
came in this morning with their wool
A carload of household goods which
arrived this morning, is being shipped
by mule teams by Camup Bros. to W.
li asn eistown, the capital of
the new county of Ferguss.
Canijp Bros. ehipped Tuesday at car
load of cool for Gieorge Jaeksio: of thle
Judith Basin. Mr. Jacksons informed a
(liaautse representalive that his aseeji
had donse well. Thoughs he lost somuse
lambs during the latter part of the
Ilamtsing seaisonr, yet hi~s incerease is
about ninety per censt. Hils stool crop
averages shout six pounds. lie was
laying in a large quantity of suplies,
anid his outfit left Tuesday.
1Some of these Nevada men are so
sarcastic lielestas mayor, Mr. Sulli
vast, s. a basrber, as is well knowin. The
other day a former mtemb~er uf theo
Nevada Legislature bhe is ins the hue p
hu-isses, in Judith country, M..sstans., I
teas at Ileleata. Hie w"-lit into Sulh
van's shop and the Mayor shaved Wllts.
A slis,~t titue afteraards he was.~ seen
farther d,,ws ti e street 'looking," he
'aiu. "for its alderusan to bdlac. Illny
hos-. le weas fired out iaf the
A Naew Cesesatrater.
'Ihe lkiiser Timte, cats that Ex.
Gonverfior labor hir urg'tnlzed a corn.
piarry to tsianulist~muic and introduce a
new cloncentrattor whiclh, if it shall ,J's
what is claimed thr it, will cause a
revolution ill ruoning ins (olorado and
the West. After the ,rrc" binr of the
ore it is concentratedl ly means slt
last, arranged to work like prosprec:
cors' gold pans. Each inachine has
about a hundred pans on it, or has a
capacity of about %cvcnty.ftvC tons
per da}y. Frost, 75 to 85 lper cent. osf
tmineral is clasieud to lbe sired, and
the cost of treiluug the orS 55 only
forty- cennsrpea ft o Ciats it
sit] Calls. i., f~t. ,.. ,.: t ','' ,. 1 '.. ttit.g
I't, toils's witsr