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TiE OLD DAYS PASSEO
Mining and Prospecting as Carried
on wenty Years Ago No
The Growth From Panning and
Booking to the Modern
rich Find on the Mother Lode In Idaho
-The Mornlng Sale-From the
Old time mining and prospecting have
gone by forever, and the social conditions
which they produce are no longer possible
in the United States. They live only in the
stories of Bret Hart, the "Roughing It" of
Mark Twain, and the memory of those who
are a part of them. The hurdy-gurdy, the
gambling tent, "Mother Shipton," the pros
pector with his bag of gold dust. the rough
and-ready life in a house whose roof was
the starry sky, the enthusiasm and mischief
and hope of youth, the good fellowship
and royal nature, the honor that comes
fioe confidence and trust, if from no
deeper source, the daily coming of the mail
coach, the occasional whisky rackrt or
gambling duel when some one turned up his
toes to the daisies, and the healthy, enjoya
ble life of work and fun, where aristocracy
was a matter of intellect and honor instead
of money and clothes, exist now like a
dream. In a few years more they will be
wholly historical, like the events of the
days when our New England ancestors
went to church carrying their muskets for
protection from Indians.
Perhaps it is just as well for humanity
that this old life is gone. It would be folly
to say that the arts, refinements and im
provements of civilization are not better
for the world than a frontier life, free and
happy as it may have been.
But it is something to have lived in those
days, and formed a part of their life. The
man who grew up with them has seen typi
fied in a small way the growth of mining as
a science and an art since the days of civili
zation. In fact he has seen the introduo
tion of nine-tenths of the improvements
that have ever been made. He has seen
placer mining, which consisted of panning
and rocking-which it had always been
emerge into the use of a "long tom," then
a sluice box and finally the crowning tri
umph of Yankee ingenuity, the modern hy
draulioplant. He has seen the Mexican
arastra superseded by the "Georgia stamp
mill" with wooden stems, and that in
turn supplanted by the modern mill.
He has seen roasters, desulphuriz
era, amalgamating pans, leaching
plants, secret processes and patent
processes without number come, create
their sensation, awaken the hopes of the
people, fail and disappear, only to be suc
ceeded by some other thing of a likenature.
He has seen the coming of the foreign ex
pert, who was once supposed to know every
thing, and listened to his more or less
learned, wise or otherwise theories, and has
seen most of them disproved. He has
watched the development of the mining
swindler in his glory and the coming of
the sucker in his innocence, and out of it
all has evolved a few general truths, learned
a thousand valuable lessons and become
very skeptical about the value of all new
things until they bear better credentials
than new things are apt to bear. If he is
scholar enough in the domain of natural
science or student enough to go to the
foundation of things and study cause and
efect, he has been educated in the school
of idhools whose lessons are the hardest and
post valuable that mankind ever did or can
North Side Gold.
One of the biggest and most important
discoveries ever made on the north side
was made on Wednesday by the Mother
Lode company, says the Murray Sun. A
separate and distinct ledge of marvelous
richness was exposed about 250 feet above
the creek. Some time ago Mr. Wilsey had
discovered quartz along the hillside but
did not think that a big ledge was there.
However, they concluded to run a tunnel
into the mountain. After running a dis
tance of 164 feet, nothing was encountered.
'Then they started an upraise, and came
very near abandoning the work several
times, as nothing but small stratas of
quartz could be seen. They kept on, how
ever, and at a distance of thirty feet
straight up from the face of the tunnel
they were awarded by striking the ledge,
which was from nine to twelve inches in
thickness and shows free gold in abund
ance. The work was then stopped and
about thirty feet up the hill they began
stripping the ledge which is identical with
that struck in the tunnel, both in richness
Rich Strike Near Tombstone.
Three men who have a lease on an old
mining property near Tombstone had a
good stroke of luck recently. They were
extracting ore of a high grade from a nar
row seam of ore, when a boy who was herd
ing cows dropped down on the ground,
scarcely a rod from where they were work
ing, to rest, watch their proceedings and
get a chance to talk. Instinctively the boy,
who was brought no in a mining camp. be
gan picking up rock and examining it.
Suddenly he called the attention of the
miners, saying, "Why, here is good ore."
In an hour the miners found a much higher
grade of ore than that on which the work
was being done. The new place was driven
down, and the miners are now nearly forty
feet deep, and have driven fifty feet on a
five-inch vein of ore, three inches of which
will sack over $1,200 to the ton, careful
assays giving $1,500 and $:3,000.
The Morning Sold.
Col. Couch, of Butte, and Judge McBride.
accompanied by Charles and Warren Hue
sey, Peter Porter and the Milwaukee oentle
men who have purchased the Morning,
spent several days in town examining the
mine, says the Mullan Tribune. Nothing
new can be learned about the Morning sale.
Those in a position to know merely say
"the Morning mine is sold," and hint that
the purchasers will take charge soon.
Strike In the Cumberland.
While prospecting in the cross-cut south
from the 600-foot level of the Cumberland
a body of carbonate are was struck which
extended the full width of the face of the
drift about four feet.
Ore from the Henton.
A car load of ore is at the Monarch
awaiting shipment to Helena for treatment.
It is from the Benton group of mines in the
Neihart district and upon its arrival at
Helena will be spld to the highest bidder.
The ore is expected to run fully $3;00 to the
ton, and at that rate the car of ore will
yield the company over $5,000. The ore was
taken out in the process of development,
not a pound of ore having yet been stoped
from the lead. The Benton will yet be
ranked among the best producers in Mon
lDinner will he served at the Grandon Cafe this
evening from 2:30 to 7 o'clock.
New novelties in millinery at lowlee' (.'ash
Artificial flowersin hanging baskets just ar
rived at The Bee Slive.
Typewriting, room 15 Balley block.
Infants' embroidered cashmere cloaks at The
Bee Hive for $2.50; worth double.
VALUES AND ASSESSMENTS.
A Preprty Owner'e Vigorous Dueaader
Reform In Taxatlon.
To Tur INDarPsNDnTI I am in neelipt of
the following letter from a tormea re.ldebit
of Helena and as it expresses the almost
universal sentiment of non-resident prop
erty holders, as well as a large majority of
resident taxpayers who have not escaped
assessment, I conclude it may be of benefit
to give it to the public, via:
Fonr 8uvrv, S. Dak., Oct. 12, 1891.
"R. Lookey.-)Dear Slr:-i-eferrlng to the
tax robbery, is any organized fight taking
place? if so I would like to come It. I
would not have land in Helena now if given
me for nothing. Can the county tax me on
mortgages I owe N. W. Guarantee Co., in
other words on property I don't own? My
taxes are twice what they were last year
and live times two years ago, and there is
not twenty-five cents now where there was
a dollar then. P'lease reply. Truly,
This is a sample of the letters continually
received. Every non-resident property
holder whom 1 represent has requested me
to dispose of his property. The reason in
nearly every instance being the excessive as
sessment. Vacant lots as a rule can not be
sold for cash at more than 40 to 75 per cent.
of the assessed value. No wonder that is.
provements are prevented and intending
Investors driven Rwa,, and the laborer and
mechanic vainly seeking employment. The
past two assessments have been a farce and
a frand upon the corqnmunity. Many per
sons are not assessed at all, others only
partially, others on property they do not
own, while the great majority will make a
heavy discount for cash from their assess
nents on real estate. Dare the county as
sessor explain why lot 2, block 41. Helena
townsite, on Rodney, near lreckinridge
street, with twenty.seven feet front, is as
sessed at $2,090, while lot 3 adjoining, with
twenty-eight and one-half feet front is
asessesessed at only $1,368, and lot 4,
with twenty-nine feet front is made
$2,090, and why there is such a difference
in the value of improvements between lots
3and4? It was certainly not a mistake. Tl'e
books are full of greater discrepancies than
the ones noted, and yet the city assessor
copies these books, mistakes and all, and
calls it an assessment. Not a single tax
payer has been called upon or permitted to
return his property or assist in fixing
values thereon as renuuired by ordinance.
No assessment having been made I suc
gest that the city council require the city
assessor to make an assessment as required
by law, and sn the event of their failure to
do so that a mass meeting of taxpayers be
held and a plan devised for compelling a
fair and honest assessment, or an organi
zation for the purpose of testing in the
courts the validity of these so-called as
sessments. Every dollar's worth of real
estate in Helena has been depreciated by
the action of our assessors, and the com
mounity owes it to itself to protect its busi
ness and property by all proper means in
its power. It. LOcEY.
Helena. October 17, 1891.
Finest assortment of stamped goods in the city
at Fowles' Cash Store.
T. C, Power & ('o. carry a large stock of min
ing machinery constantly on hand, and will for
nlsh at prioss that will defy competition. Send
Sam'l K. Davis' Special.
We offer a small list of investment stocks
that are safe to buy and will return good
interest. Buy when holders must sell.
5,000 Iron Mountain, 80e. per share.
5,000 Copper Bell, 10 cents.
3,000 Cumberland, $2 in lots.
1,000 Helena and Victor, $2.25, ex-divi
1,000 Bald Butte, $2, lots 250 shares.
1,000 Iron Chief (Castle) 123co. Snap.
6,241 0. R. A N., 3% cents to close.
Rooms -6 and 27, Bailey Block.
Butcher & Bradley's prices for worjtadyarns
and knitting cotton, defy competitoin.
Fancy table covers at The Pee Hive in chenille,
plah. silk, linen, tz entry. velvet, crash, etc., at
import prices. Call and see them. Ad on
Ladies' merino underwear. pearl buttone and
bound with silk, only 5Oc at Fowles' Cash Store.
Mrs. Fannie Carter's Shakespeare class
will begin Monday evening Oct. 19, at eight
o'clock, at the Montana Business college.
A large class is solicited. For particulars
call at Electric Light hall Saturday's from
two to four p. m. or Mondays from 10 to 12
Dr. Salvail has moved his oflice to rooms 5, 6
and 7 Granite block.
Infants' cloaks, skirts, vests, hosiery, etc., in
great variety at The BeeHive at eastern prices.
You can save 50 per cent on ladies' and misses'
cloaks at Fowlecs' Cash Store.
Notice of Thanks.
I desire hereby to express my heartfelt
thanks and gratitude to the friends and
neighbors in Cox's addition who have so
kindly stayed with and helped us in our
late sickness and bereavement.
JNo. D. SWITZEB.
We are still In the fish business. Bulk
oysters 60 cents per quart. All fish this
week 15 cents per pound. Broadway Fish
Fowles' (ash Store carry the finest line of laces
in the city.
To the Public.
Notice is hereby given to the public that
no one is authorized to receipt for or collect
any account due and owing Horaky, Miller
& Co., except the undersigned.
OTT.'o PETeItsN, Receiver.
Pee hand of horses Saturday and Sunday at Mc
Lean corral, to be sold Monday. Oct. 19.
Bulk oysters 0t cents a quart. Broadway Fish
Seven styles of kodaks and films at A. M.
Holter Hardware Co.
donvin'ekid gloves in evening shades worth
S-arm being sold thlis week at l'th Bee live for
New drapery goody at Fowles' ('ash Store.
New pictures at 'The IoI1 liiy,,.
IHoarder V Wanted.
Four to six boarders can be accommo
dated at 505 Ewing street.
We ars still in the fish Ibuinues. Hulk oysters
It0 ctu per anrt. All tish this work 15i cents
per puund. I:ruad.ay ib ilh Marketl.
Ihloe point,, Cloa k ways eand little neck
clmam onl half shell at Ileatron (';rtah.
I will sell a lot of dry goodts and fancy
goods to the highest bidder every Tuesday
and Friday from one to four p. In. at the
Novelty block. hale commnnrut ,ce Flday,
the 16lth. M. Ltassntlt.
Me)n' winlrlr utnIl welar Is lw i:t at 'Ihn llro
live, a.,d errse ai luwer th:n over. ('an snit
everyone. J1110vy W'ihluit freot 81 .wr unit Up
Darnintiag rtilt antl wn,l only two ld ouo
half er, tra i., card at Inowlhn, t~lh turo.
Has opened a bay, grain, feed. produce and
commiHimrn businens on corner Main street
and Eighth avenue. (live him it call.
k-eo'l'ho Hen Iliie ad tlhi, wink an loclial
pries otr (G,,rutan billoa naakilt of ither own
t eeortat lott.
('hlilrot 'u all w tol ho.,t ,. i live t, n ight ald
en-.half, ,nol 25o at I'twlrn' (ltth Start,.
ltteJuo oilns at the lmotor waiting roomt.
Yorll rat Irll, Ihoateor Ivn hlook kLd gluvsai
all c,,h,rs at,'hrie Ihi Iltve for $l.2. Every pair
'I'hls lllo Iniev Ihs just roeivted 2t;) droen iarnt't
t.ekt ie, worth ,ut ea'h; wahich LtOy are eol!ing at
a unifrm priceof titl.
T'he Yon Yon soa msne lut
ivening before & )Rt0. nd g ed
audience. The pirfoermftu wns with
a little more fnuiiB t tbta on th it even
ing and was satisftetory in evai wiy. The
oseuio features and spcolaitie were re
ceived with great enthusiasm. Mr. Heoge
has found a character that will Rive him a
place among the very few dramatic names
that will be remembered in Mtaerian.
Sprightly little Annie Lewis will appear an
atar in a new comed play neat season
under the management of Mr. Litt. nd her
many friends are more than sure hat she
will score a inae suoes. Among the cler
erect ad most conesientious actors ! the
compay is Mr. D. nyers. HIS pcture
of the weak and not altogether unleruna
lons character of Mr. Jennings showed that
ihe is an actor of unusual merit. Such
actore as are seen in the support of You
Yonson are appreciated in a city liLe Hel
ena, where the best traveling attractions
are seen each year.
Any of Mr. Litt's companies will receive
a cordial welcome in Helena, for his ability
as an organizer is very well showna. in the
production of You Yonoun.
Monday evening Cleveland's "No old
favorite" show will open. Judging from
the press notices which have reached us no
minstrel company every came to the north
west with such an universal endowment as
have the "Eiffel tower" minstrels. As
Manager Cleveland rose from the ranks, no
doubt his large experience is need to fur
nish his own company with the best the
market affords and the people the best min
strel show on epth.
All kindsof baskets at Fowles' Cash Store.
Lunoch from 12 to a p. m. at the Helena
Goto The Bee Hive for woolen hosiery and un
Officer Grogan is so improved that he is
now able to sit up.
State Senator Plaris Gibson, of Cascade
county, is at the Helena.
Mr. Patrick Galvin who has been in
Minnesota on a vacation arrived in Helena
Attorney-General Haskell returned from
Butte yesterday, where he has been attend
ing the session of tha Masonic grand lodge.
Mr. A. W. Dingwald, treasurer of the
Yon Yonson company, one of the most ca
pable men in his line, says that Helena is
the best amusement town the company has
found in the west.
Dr. D. J. Wait and wife leave to-night
for Bozeman to attend the Odd Fellows
grand lodge and Rebekah encampment.
The doctor afterwards goes east to attend a
past graduate course in dentistry.
Col. C. A. Broadwater and family leave
for the east to-day. The trip contemplates
a voyage to the West Indies, in addition to
a visit to New York, Washington and other
eastern cities. They will be absent several
C, Nelson, of Virginia City, is registered
at the Mineral Springs hotel. Mr. Nelson
was a resident of Helena some sixteen years
ago and at present is mining at the head of
Alder gulch. He is much surprised at the
growth of Helena.
Mrs. T. M. Henry and Miss Adelia Henry
leave Tuesday for San Diego, Cal.,, in com
pany with Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kenk and
daughters, Misses Annie and Rosie. They
will stop at Salt Lake and San Francisco,
and will winter at San Diego.
Will Arrive To-day.
The following passengers will arrive on
to-day's west bound Northern Pacific ex
press: Mr. E. B. Werriok, T. B. Rose, I.
Greene, W. R. Jeafay, W. H. Linley, J. C.
Hattum, J. Neven.
Arrivals at The Helena.
H. D. Hanser. Butte. F. P. Walterhouse,
J. F. Weinnescary, Chi- Omaha.
cage. John Bunce, Salt Lake.
J. s. 'ooker, Helena. C. J. Tooker. Helena.
lhe. Garrett. New York Paris Gibson, Great
T. E. ('ollin, tireat Falls.
Falls. Geo. A. Neff, San Fran
E. C. Cooper. Minneap- cico.
olis. T. B. Crosthwaite,
H.Chris.eman, Chicago Washington.
A F. Emrick, Smelter. Miss P. E mriok, New
S. H. Hobson, Utica. York.
A. W. Lyman. city. Wm. H. Butler. Boston
J. W. Swan. Denver M. B. Miles. Missonla.
G. it. Atkinson, Minne- Walter Brume, Denver.
apolis. H. C, Barroll. Spokane.
B. G. Colder, Chicago. . J. Collingham, San
C. H. Spencer, Francisco.
Arrivals at the Grand Central.
Ed. Murphy, Augusts. W. S. Dodge, Placer.
F. AF. hoe. Jefferson. L. S. Robinson, Town
Y .L. lathrick. Elkborn send.
J. C. Kirkwood. Town- Jase. olan, Butte.
send. H. E. Thompson.
Oscar Dahl. Marysville. Maryevillo.
Mice Starbach. Placer. Mrs. Lockwood, Placer
Edwin J. Parker, Clen- N. Lamson, San Fran.
E. K, Abbott, Neihart. John Neenan, Bald
Mrs J. Neenan. Bald Butte.
Butte. Thos. Fisher, Bald
O. F. Lindquitt. Bless- Bntte.
burg. J, B. Powers, Great
W. J. Tomlinson, Elk- Falls.
horn. Geo. H. Babcock, Phil
H. li. H. Dickenson. ipsburg.
Mhissonls. C. L. Parker Nelhart.
I. Woodward, Canyon Albert Axe., elena.
Ferry. 'Tas. Moore, Elluston.
G. A. Dunbar. Canyon Ferry.
The World Enriched.
The facilities of the present day for the
troduction of everything that will conduce
to the material welfare and comfort of
mankind are almost unlimited and when
*eyrap of Figs was first prodtbed the world
was enriched with the only perfect laxative
known, as it is the only remedy which is
truly pleasing and refreshing to the taste
and prompt and effectual to cleanse the
system gently in the spring time, or, in fact,
it any time, and the better it is known the
store popular it becomes
Cmmt,loeto line of toys just received at Fowles'
Dinner from 5 to 8 at Helena Cafe.
Twenty-forll. inchl quilted satin only $1 per
yard at Fowles' t'ach store.
l)re. Skimmin & Essig, dentists, Sixth avenue
and Main street, over stasCh, (ory & I o. Crown
and bridge work a specialty. Extracting 50 cents;
vitalized air used.
k amiini Ithe now tahbl linens, towels and nap
kin, at towlsse ( aIh htor'.
Woolen hose, for ladies and children for 250 at
'Ihe Bee Itivo.
1!,.t quali' v of yvnly-Iuwo,.i-ch felt only $1.115
p.t' yardt l i'ovwle.' Cash Store.
Legal blanks at this otlice.
!tst, tahle oil cloth only a0c per yard at Fowles'
New dru-ss trimmings just received at Fowles'
lie to The lieo Hive for yarns and woolens,
iGreat cut in ILdie s aml children's hosiery and
unde"rwear at Fowles' (s'sh Store.
Yon! hardly rmalio,, that it Is mediine, when
taking Carter's Iitll, Liver )'ills; they are very
osnall; no hud eli,,te; ill triuhot.i from torpid
liver are relieved Iby their ,u-,.
All th ne fw hal hc in vslvets for mrnllinery and
dre's trltnlu ilscs at l,,wlte' 'asll Store.
A .l kinle ot plain l an figured plush at Fowles'
IIEl:,NA IN BRIIE?.
Jnckson's mousio store, ,atilry blook.
Unlt.ed Stat,:le and fkoreign Pat
ctOnts obtained und any information
EDWARD C. RUSSELL,
Attornisy lat Law..
Pittsburgh Block. Helona, Moat.
Direct attention to their Complete
and Comprehensive Assortment: of
IN DRESS GOODS,
BILKS AND VELVETS,
CLOAKS AND SUITS,
FUR GARMENTS AND
FANCY GOODS AND
ALSO SPECIAL VALUES IN
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR,
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS,
LINENS AND SHEETINGS.
and a Magnificent Collection of
CARPETS, RUGS and DRAPERIES.
-+. New Dressmaking Establishment on the West Side: •
On account of my increasing number of customers from the West Side, I will, from Nov. 1,wpen up the largest and most f
ionable parlor in Helena, on corner Lawrence Street and Park Avenue. Ladies that want Perfect Fitting Dresses, made after
Latest Parisian Fashion are oordia!ly invited to inspect my great assortment of Imported Fashion Platels, the largest and best I
lication from Paris, London and Vienna. All fashionable Fur Garments altered and repaired, and Fur Garments of any desorlp
made in eight days, at New York prices. By giving me a trial you will be convinced of my supremacy in regard to Perfect
Latest Styles and First-Class work. Respectfully. MRS. JAMES MARK ALEXANDER.
Proprietress of Helena Fashionable Dressmaking Establishment, 207 and 209 SouthMain Street and Cor. Lawrence and Park Av
1 FUEL BUYERS!*
Rock Springs, Wyoming, Soft
Coal, from Union Pacific
THE BEST IN THIS
Kleinschmidt & Bro.,
Also dealers in Lehigh Anthra
cite Hard Coal and best Cumber
land Blacksmith Coal.
DRY YELLOW PINE AND FIR WOOD.
Bring your orders to the Granite
Your Form Iale B0oanuifl.
If you desire a beautiful, shapely b.t. plump
neck arms and shoulders, true to atsre, by a
simple but ec:enttlc treatment, endorsed by emi
nent physicians. Absolutely guaranteed. Boni
ness strictly confidential. Call or adcress Mme.
Mitchell, 108 Grand street.
RANCH OF 2,000 ACRES
Well improved and thoroughly ir
rigated, on fine range. A great
W. E. COX, GOLD BLOCK.
Auction Sale of
There will be sold at public auc
McLean's Stable in the City of Helena,
about eighty head of good horses
and colts. Among these are a
few well-bred trotting animals
and a good Norman stallion.
Sale will commence at
11 a. m., Monday, Oct. 19,
and be continued on Tuesday,
Oct. 20o, unless all are sold on
Monday. The -horses can be
seen at any time on a ranch three
miles from Helena. They will
be in McLean's corrall on Friday
and Saturday, Oct. i6 and 17.
This band is very much Ibetter
than the average range horse,
as they have been carefully bred
D. A. RICHARDSON,
Granite Block, Helena, Mont.
NjOTIClE OF tl'l'O(I tIIOI)E is' Ml TINTiN ...
I'lIo annuael motting of the stockholders of
tihe tome building and oLoan snoctatlo., of
lelena. for the election of trustees tn serve for
the enl. inl yatr, and for time trllsartion ot other
beuinees, will Iw held ia. the oltlo, of the neeoola
tion at elght p. m., Lnturdly, Octobor !1 b1.l,
A. J.Ii LtIeyE,
HIolena, Mont., Oct. 10, 1891.
--HELENA, MONTANA, DEALER IN-
INVESTMENT SECURITIES=-8==8MONEY TO LOA
On Improved Property and Ranches. Will purohase County, School and
Municipal Bonds and Warrants, Commercial Paper and Mortgage Notes.
No. 10 Edwards Street. Merchanat National Bank Buildlne. Correspondence Solleite
DINING- ROO=M0 NOW OPTI.
Under Management of the
Board, $7 Per Week. Tickets, 21 Meals, $8 Per Week Single Meals 560c Eac
WM. ERSKINE & CO.,
Plumbers and Gas Fitters
SANITARY WORK A SPECIALTY.
OUT OF TOWN WORK SOLICITED
Merchants National Bank Building, Helena, Mon
LATEST !--- --- 0
FIFTH EDITION !' "
SeVeral cars of Washburn-Grose
by Go.'s "Best" Flour arriQed at
J-ielena this v'eek, fresh from the
great Washburn Mills, the largest
and most perfectly equipped flour
mills in the vorld. Our goods are
handled in J-lelena only by
S........ M. Reinig and th
• "" A. R. Gates Grocery Co
LINDSAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Fruits
Specialties: Butter. Eggs, Fruits, Vegetables
Fish, Poultry, Oysters.
20 nnd 22 Edwards Street, Helena, Montana.
TURKISH AND RUSSIAN
Turkishh l Si. Rusan Blth 8b Bhampoo
and Shower BatLh'tOo. Hours 8 a. m. to 10op. m.
Corner Main and Sixth avenue, rooms under
Helesa ll.uinesu Collee.
PRON. D. B. WHITTLE, Proprietor.
Iousahold Goods. r orses and Cattle will el
gold at public auctiosn at low oomtizuions.
Also auction sales will be oondoeleel *very
evening at our place of busiOne, 10d South
Kaln.ret, corner Wi8t.
" REAL ESTATE "
J. P, PORTER,
In Basement Power
block, Corner Sixth
Ave. and Main St.,
" AND MINES. "
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