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Down Sent to the Anaeondal Works Yoster'ty, Active Operation brried on in the Various Distriots of Deer Lodge Oounty. Ruionrsot a 8melter fe thoe Oeue d'Aleae Coultry-Milesul (Couety tasts- Delamar Output. At least two of the Chambers' Syndiatse group of mines, which virtually some under the head of the Aacoada company's affairs, will not be started up at presnt, says the Miner of Monday. Then are the Modes and Wake-Up-Jim, both of which are as quiet as a graveyard. The Anaconda and Syndicate mines now in operation are the St. Lawrence, Anaconda, Mountain Consolidated, Green Mountain and High Ore, five of the company's largest produc eras. No ore has yet been taken from the St. Lawrence or Green Mountain, but at the Mountain Consolidated, Anaconda and High Ore hoisting is now in progress. Yes terday the Montana, Union officials re ceived notice to loead sixty ears with ore to-day, and the chances are that before evening the first ore train will pull out for Anaconda. Not a great many men have been put to work in any of the properties as yet, as the bosses are desirous of giving the old men the preference. A reasonable time will be given them to report for duty, at the expi ration of which others will take their places. Since the resumption of operations the applications for work at each of the properties have numbered from 25 tq 100 per day, but only experienced miners' have been selected. MINES IN DEER LODGO Said Menatain Deal-Operations ti the Zosel District. A deal is on for the Fraser & Carpp prop erty, about twenty-five miles from Philips burg and supposed to be just inside the line of Silver Bow county, says the New Northwest. It has long been known that the Bald Mountain district has more than one vein of fabulously rich ore, but owing to its situation among high mountain peaks and to the small amount of development work done. it has heretofore been impossi ble to get men of capital interested. Sev eral parties have lately visited the district with a view to purchasing the Frazer & Carpp claims, and also a claim or two be longing to Henry Maloney, but a gentle man who is supposed to have an English or California company behind him has made what appears to the owners to be the beet proposition. Although the deal is not yet fully consummated, in all probability it will be before many days. The Turn of Luck is owned by Wilson & Galbraith, is in the Zoeel distrfet, and on the south side of Cottonwood creek, says the Silver State. They have made ar rangements to put a force of men at work on the claim, will erect a shaft house next week, and intend to sink 100 feet and drift east. where they are confident they have a big chute of ore. At the bottom of the shaft, whisk is now down forty feet, they have a seven-foot lead, of which eighteen inches gives good returns in sold and silver. This property has been shut down for the few past days, only enough men are at work to keep the water out of the shaft. The drift from the170.foot level is in 116 feet, and shows in the face twenty inches of very high grade ore, It has been worked on a bond, which expires November 1, and the knowing ones say it will be taken up with alacrity. MeMullen, O'Neill and Miss McGovern, owners of the "Wake-up-Jim," in Zosel district' showed a Silver State reporter conies of a bond which eastern parties have submitted for their approval. The bonds calls for twelve months time, and offers to work a force of men continually. The price mentioned is $30,000, but as the owners think they have a pretty fair thing, they have taken the proposition under cool advisement. The new hoist at the Emery has been completed. and is one of the finest in the county, having a capacity of 1,000 feet. Shipments of about five cars of ore per week are being made. It is now shown that the Emery is no longer a prospect, but a mine, and shows the confidence of the fortunate owners to have been well placed. It is reported that Mr. Housman has lo cated a very rich lead twelve miles east of Deer Lodge. Parties who have looked at the quartz say it is wonderfully rich. The mountains about Deer Lodge are full of good quartz. Another Smelter Project. The Spokane papers are very active in the way of smelter building. They appear to have given up the idea of having one in operation in their own city, and the Spokei man refers to the construction of one in the OCurer d'Alene country as follows: "Since the Nellie strike and the consequent atten tention that the "dry ore zone" of the Cceur d'Alenes is attracting, there has been revived the old project of building a smelter at some central point in the Cceur d'&lenes. Mr. Clark, of, the Poor man, sanotions the scheme, it is said, and says that the enterprise is certain to ma terialize some time in the future, and probably sooner than the public anticipates. In fact, prominent mining men in the Cceur d'Alenes and elsewhere have been watching the progress of development work in the "dry ore zone" for several years with keen interest for a sure and ample supply of dry ores, i. e., ores without lead, is absolutely necessary in smelting Cceur d'Alene galena. It now appears that the essential dry ores can be procured in abundance, for the Nel lie, Knickerbocker and Mineral point alone could keep a smelter of respectable capacity supplied, and the enormous expense of shipping concentrates to Omaha, Denver, Tacoma and Portland could be avoided by ereoting a smelter at home." Cedar Creek Find. J. W. Albers returned yesterday from a trip to Cedar Creek and brought back some handsome specimens of ore from a new prospect in which he is interested down there, says the Missoula Gazette. The claims are called the Jim Blaine and Harrison, and the owners are J. W. Alber, Frank Locke, Fritz Koop man, John McAlvrey and William Thomp eon, each one owning a fourth interest. The property is situated at the head of Cedai creek. A fifteen-foot shaft has uncovered a seven-foot ledge of gold-beating ore, which assays $93 in gold, seven ounces it silver and ()0 per cent. lead. The lead, how ever, is found only in the cap of the vein, and the ore is free milling. The owners are much elated at this development as the indications are that the ledge is a strong and permanent one. The property is twenty-one miles from the nearest railroad point and accessible only by trail, but there is plenty of water, and if the developments continue favorable a mill will be taken in and the ore treated on the spot, The DeLamnar Output. There were in the Pacifle express office the other day at loise City, eleven silver bricks valued at $2,000 eaeh-$22,000--from DeLamnar, and about the same amount comes from there three times a month -$6,600 in all. Between now and the lat ter part of 1893 the DeLamar mine could produce enough silver bricks to build a sng little house on the Idaho ground at the orld's fair. Such a shanty would be the envy of the earth. Drs. Skimmin & Essig, dentists, Sixth avenue and Main street, over dotch, COry & uo. Crown and bridge work a specialty. Extracting 50 ceets; Vltalized air used. noe the o t,, la X ea "` te Isat over the line of the Uniotn PaT? whleh, am a mbstad*ed railrr atsrrt elearlealml tm ee o nyiThae u The un~ited it he 4 Cltotn Marble and Lime omul ty, 4 ' Southaem PaestA road, invo lvtnu 1ie toa Owehla wr ltanud arittd wn hr lae bt at Pacii railroad company were th the twenty il th e t of theSouth ern Pacih . alway comipany, whose grean is antedated by that of the frst named SThe United S8tate vs. Budd , outnherlsr, brought ihere from thle ista fin thW in to secure uea daefiition of the ord "unit for cultivation aompd valuable hiely for it timber or stone," as used th-n Sante timbe ac tt of June 1,187f8 Naimur Ekin yv. the United States. This ase in folves the constiionSlity of the procs by whish pthe ons enterin the country oon trary to the immigration law are deported out of the United States. A. H. Garland, ex-Attorney General of the United tlates, in the supreme coprt moved the advancement of the important and interesting ease of the. Roman Cath olio blihop of Nisqually against John Gibbs,'T. M. Anderson, It. T. Yeatman mnd the United States. By this suit the bisp seeks to secure title to some 480 acres of land, comprising the United States military reservation at Vancouver, Wash. The land is now worth over a half-million dol lae. At the timb Oregon territory was or ganized the Catholio church had a mis sionary at this place by p.rmiseson of the Hudson Bay company, which hed its prin cipal trading station at Vancouver, The organic act of Oregon confirmedtitle to not exceeding 640 acres to religious societies occupying land as missionaries Under this act the bishop claims this section, while the United States contends that the Catholie church merely had permission lrom the Hudson Bay company to occupy a imall tract for religious purposes and had io title to the land except a half-acre, which had been allowed it. Fast Time to the Coast. arc.o, Oct. 26.--Train-running time between Chicago and San Francisco is soo' to be shortened by several hours. 'Nov. the Burlington, BRio Grande and Contra Pacific roads will put into effect a trough schedule, in which closer connection a Denver and Ogden than heretofore hawy been made, will greatly shorten the time of the journey. It is also proposed tc quicken the speed of fast trains so muck that passengers leaving Chicago Monday evening, for instance, will arrive in San Francisco Friday evening, instead of Satur day morning, as at present. These train. will have attached to them a through tour let sleeper for Portland, Ore., a through sleeper for San Francisco and a tourist sleeper for Los Angeles. It has not been determined exactly the number of hourn this arrangement will reduce the time, but it will not be less than eight or ten. Manager Great Falls Opera House. C. C. McDonald, of Helena, has been en gaged to manage the Great Falls opera house. Mr. McDonald was manager of the Milwaukee Academy of Music for over five years and has had an extensive experience in conducting amusement enterprises. He has the highest recommendations as to character and ability. Mr. MoDonald has already commenced negotiations for an at. traction with which to open the house some time in December. He hopes to secure the Bostonians. PERSONAL. J. M. Boardman, of Deer Lodge, is among the visitors to the city. Charles Kaufman and Louis Teaucher, of St. Louis, are registered at The Helena. Ex-Sheriff Eugene Sullivan, of Silvel Bow county, is on a few ,days' visit to the capital. Marshal Furay leaves to-day for Granite and other places on business of the United States court. A. J. Fisk returned yesterday from a sis weeks' trip to New York, Boston and othel eastern towns. Gov. Toole and Attorney General Haskell went to Missoula yesterday on state school land matters. H. H. Shepperd, western traveling pase senger agent of the Chicago & Alton rail. road, with headquarters at Denver, was in Helena yesterday. Will Arrive To-day. The following passengers will arrive to day over the west bound Northern Pacific; B. R. Russell and wife, John W. Thompson and wife. Arrivals at the (rand Central J. B. Miller, Spring- F. L Greory, Placer. field. U. Alex. Macauley, Sp. John Kennedy. Marys- kane Liar. ville. 0. L. Handall, St. Geo. H. Lanwald, Spo- Louis. kane. J. Hi. Laro, Missoola. W.J ames Murray, Mis- Eugene D. Sullivan, toula. Butte. J. E. Constance and J. P. Dolan, Butte. wife Denver. Mike Regan, Butte. D. N. bDorrell. Missoula. C. Bell, City. B. Hamburger, Cinoin- J. J. Croak, Missoula. nati. A. L. Johnston. Super Val. Sltaubach, Placer. ior. J. Baughart, Marys- Ihos. Jones and wife. villa Elkhtorn. John V. Cole, Marys- John ltnnping, Marys ville. villa. P. L. Bathrick, Elk- Wm. Mayger. Marys horn. ville. H. H. Shepherd, Den- J. E. Flint. Blackfoot. ver. John Began, Elkhorn. C. S. Caird, Corbin. Joe Conrad. Marysville. N. Merriman.Jefferson, W. M. Waldridge, W. 0. Birkhead, Mary'- Blossburg. yille. John Schreiner. Town K. L. Farnham, West- send. field, Mass. A. Dean, Montana. Jeff. voggett. Town- Miss Ida Doggett. send. Townsend. Miss M. Duigall, Townsend. Arrivals at The Helena. W. E. Balm, Salt Lake L. B. Kendall. Denver. J. S. Proctor. St. Paul E. Cohn. New York. Wm; J. F'uchs, Broad- H. I). Hauser, city. water. Gee. B. Child, Ken Geo. C. Eaton, Wood- wood. lawn. S. Ci. (ilpatriek, West R. . Young. easte Side Side. M. J. Hutchins, Engle- A. C. Botkin, South wood. Rodney. Arthur J. Craven, West Henry N. Blake, Court Side. Srinaro. B.Il.Lanuley, WeetSido C. 1. Nolan. city. A. J. i isk, city. M. Bullard, city. Tom O. Edlwards. Chi- George F. Brown, Chi cage. cage. H. Low, New York. Sam Bundock, Living J. C, Taylor, Salt Lake. ston H. ielwig. City. F. G. Thomas, Denver. Chas. Stein, Milwa-n Allbrt Stein, Milwau kee. kee. John Ii. C:layberg, City. Dan Ilobertson, ('ity. 11. Y. Bayne, Minniap- E.N. Kohnstamn, New olis. York. C. I. Pratt and wife, Jo. RI. Walker, Salt Minneapolis. Lake. H. W. (Janimer, Salt N. Naburger, New Lake. York. Mt. C. Shears, St. Paul. J. M. Hoardman, Deer W. B. SBleeper. Billings. Lodge. D. L, Conhaim, St. C(has. Kaufman, St. Paul Louis. Louis Teuscher, St. Louis Tenseher. St. Louis. Louis. Men's underwear is bound to sell at prices quoted at The Boa Hive. Select your winter's suopply. Are You Suffering From back ache. inflammation of the blad der, drick dust deposit or stone in the blad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys or urinary organs? If thus nillited do not lose time and wastemonoy on worth. less liniments and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at once by usiag the greatestof all known remedies, the eel ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. Satisfeetlen every time. I.adles' muslin undlerwear. men's night shirts, infants' cloaks, and table, linens at a sacritfice. at 'The lee [live. Elegant line of chinaware jnst received from the importers; popular prices. Butcher& Brad ley. Tesle ener b an assure y u two aint. im t Thmes, eutrprisa he are s but I en aant yq thatt t ocI odrtaietles. I am sb ot . t but I shou ld ,likh to , a t proAtable." imoe wat h wtere the men bao L tou to b. pril00, but he tuele, eb a istingl that parti wered ui. . nd others were easoern Booptalkei. Oysters on the h sther at Moa~y 0tet rThe .eh aivenhjstseived a aiwhe of head rterp ied ha nrqt hios.f rFancyp odl of dl h to h hl Seven styles of kodhk'aand A1lw 4# A. MK. wolter Hardware Co.t bagating th tr mated Batlt Live oysters at Motor Of e. Con Booker Has opened a ha, grain, teed. poducea and commiuion boaltiesad ot Corn4r Main street and Eighth avenue. Give him a call. Hrbeort Ntholaosn & C., Ltdtl ar now prepared to deliver anthracite iiard coal dry yellow pine, or flr wood te ty 'part of the city promptly at market prees. Tele phone 325. . HELENA INBRIER. Jackson's music store, Bailey block. 0. 1l. S, Meets seco.nd and fourth Tuesday. A regular meeing. p Miriam Chapter No. i O. w Il wil be held this erenin t hiuohi Temple at 7:90 o'clock. LUcY S. RAILSBAC& Worthy Matron. ENmA Ftra. Secretary. Montana Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. Meets every Tuesday, A regularmeetin of Montana i N o. I will bheldat Odd Fello s Temle. (Jsakon 'street aentf ~ this evening at 7:10 o'clock. T.s hours of meeting are as follow: a.o February nodember and December, 7s o Mach, April, September and Octobr, 7:80; M JunTe., July and Apg..t, 8 Ylsltmngmembers i cordially welcome. CHAS. H. BRAY, N. G0 EMIL; LUGo t Secretary. Ivy Lodge No. 24 K. of P. Meets every Tuesday. SA rehular meeting of the abhot sredTg, at Iheir Cestle Hall A. Dt. hallark avenue. Me bare of sllr ledges e cordial1 invited to attend. WILL. C. Ii . C C~ , UNDERWEAR ! and Hosiery. Best. Makesl Largest Assortmelnt EASTERN PRICES. Buy Your Winter Goods Now. Ho rr Dunlap and Christy HMtsl Cords of Soft Hats Fur Capes and Muffsl Fur Garmentsl BABCOCK & CO. 0.UARDIAN SALE--NOTICE IS HEREBY given, that in pursuance of an order of ths district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewi: and Clarke, nmade on the eleventh day of 8eplem her, A. D. 1881, inthe matter of the estate ant guardianship of Julia Kenck, minor, the under sined, the guardian of.the person and estate ol said minor, will tell at public sale, to the high est bidder. for cash, in lawful money of the United btates, and subject to confirmation by said district court, on Saturday, the twenty first day of November. A. D). 1881, at two o'olocs p. m., at the north front door of the court hoses in the cily of Helena. in thecounty of Lewis and Clarke, state of Montana: all the right, title, in terest and estate o1 the said minor in sad to at those certain quasrtz lode mining claims situate, l1ingand being in the county of Lewis and ClarLe, stat of IMontansa, particularly described as iollows, to-wit: Two forty-fifths (2-45) interest, undivided, in and to all those certain quartz lode mining claims, to-wit: The Alice lode, the Buffalo lode. the Cavanaugh lode, the Adam lode, the Augusta lode, the Julia lode and the Mulgrew lode. Terms and conditions of sale: ('ash, lawful money of the United States, ten per cent. ot the purchase money to be paid to the guardian oil the lay of thesale, balance on confirmation o1 sale bi said district court. Deed at expense ol purchaser. JACOB LOEB, tunardian of the person and estate of Julia Kenck. Dated fept. 25, 1891. IN '1hE DISTRICT COUIRT OF THE FIRST Judicial District of the State of Montana in and for the County of Lewis and Clarke, In the matter of the estate of Mary A. Reed, deceased. --Notice to creditors, Nolice is hereby given by the undersigned ao minisrator of the estate of. Mary A. heed, d. ceased, to the creditors of and all rersons hav ing claims against the said deceased to exhibit thesi, with the necessary vouchers within tol months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator, at his law office, room , Itold block, in the city of Helena, county of iewis and Clarke, etate of Montan.sa, the place or transacting the business of said estatein said county. MAtIENA BUIi LARD, Adminislrator of the estate of Mary A. leed, decea:ed. Dated October 28, 18l1. NOTICE F }tOFlA'IBA'E OF WILL-IN T'I[ 'lsetrieot crt of the First lJdicial district of the stale sft Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Ilothe matter of the estat of Squire Calvert, P'ursruant to an order of said court, mae on the eIghth day of October, 1811, noutice'is hereby given, that Monday, tII 111Th lday of tJctober} 1891. at ll o'clock a. . of said day, et thie cosr room of said court. at lthe courst hoisa Inths colluty of Iwi anuld (larke, hal been spplOlnted as l.s time and place for IprlvIg lie will of said Squlre Culvert, deceased, and for hea.yti the ep. call elts of Stubhen t'. Ollystri "k for the iste ance to him of letters toes5imrntnry, when ehd where any perso interesled mlay appear end con test the saumes.. [igned,l OUIIN BEAN, (-l1r. k ~ c NEWMARKETS, In Fur, Plush, Cloth and Fur Trian. me ;Ga;rments, epreseint pg iwri-· . NE •,y7RP , oot. London, P, and A:mei- ..an Fations Complete L4ne of IN l SE. :-t: i der Jequ .isi ·t'. + - I i , al dpart ment W 6 ave ar elegant assort INSPECTIONN I .NVIT . INSPECTION INVITED. SSANDS S* BROSI * . SANDS * BROS mi i inkr LAE- iNEW '.R T *f. New Dresmaing Edslabislhiont o tOi.e est Side. * .On account of y increasing number of customers from the West Side I will, fiom.i Nov. 1, open .up the largest and most th bmnable parlor in Helena, on corner Lawrence Str"e and Park ..enhu. 'Ladies that wage Peuclgt Pitting Dresses, made aftert Latest Parisian .asl.ion are cord.laly invited to laspe..t. my great s.asortment.o. ImtoortadThbion Plates, the .laigrtat and bestipn lication from Paris, -andon sad Vienna. All fashieonable ar Garments altered and repairled .nd For Garments of any desoripti, made in eight days at New York prices. By giying ame a tral you will be convinced of y lupremacy in rar Ld',toPe.rect F ,Latest Style l en F oiret-Olale work. ResPeetfu0ly, MsRS. JAME MARK ALEXANDE)"i Proprietregs of Helena Pashionabie Dressmaking Establishm.n., 207 end P200 RnthMai, So-,t rand (lot. Lawrence and. Psak Ave. ATTENTION I SFUIEL BUYERS! Rock Springs, Wyoming, Soft Coal, from Union Pacific Railroad Company. THE BEST IN THIS MAHKET. Kleinschmidt & Bro., Agents. 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 Block. MING'S OPERA HOUSE J. C. REMINGTON, Manaaero The World Renowned *& New York *". Philharmonic "!" Club. " FRIDAY, OCT. 30. Under the auspices of the Y. M'. C. A. Secure tickets at Pope & O'Connor's Thursday, October29. ADMISSION, - $1.00. AUCTION SALE -OF A- 6 ROOM HOUSE! Elegantly Furnrished Six room house at 517 Knight street, on Motor line, to be sold at public auction, on THURSDAY, OCT. 29, at 2 o'clock P. M. Will be sold without reserve or limit, to the best and highest bidder. By order of MRS. O. A. TURNER. p.,B¥i U IIU MIINGN COMpANY--T A Smeetilng of te trustes, of the erMAN Beluea linina company, rld ut,. at the eStee of the c.mnran. in Lelesua, a ghlctient amount of itook bnein reprteetd. It wu voted to crll a ,peclal metlne pf te etockholderee, at the ocem vsi'rioIn tieca on the frst day o ember, at toor o clock p. m., for the pno l of votlng upon the pros.R.aito nsepr the com. pan' upon an euse _ MUD .. TT e eb0ut, Mont., Oct. i, 15(1 WM. ERSKINE & 00., Plumbers and Gas Fitters SANITARY WORK A SPECIALTY. OUT' OF TOWN WORK SOLICITE TELEPHONE 287. Merchants National Bank Building, Helen,, Mon H. B. P7ALMBR ---ULmiNA, IONTANA, DALL.n IN---- , INVESTMENT 8ECURITIE8S -MONEY TO LOA On Improvd Property and Ranches. Will purchase County, School and Municipal Bonds and Warrants, Commeroial Paper and YMortgage Notes. KN. 10 Edward. street. M[erchant Natleal Bank Bulldlta Cerreaºmndenoe Selleli MERCHANTS HOTEL DINING ROOM: NOW OPEi Under Management of the-- +MISSES NAGLE." '-' TERMS: Board, $7 Per Wook. Tickets, 21 MIals, $8 Per Woo. Single Meals 50c. Eac LATEST! .. ...... FIFTH EDITION!*." Several cars of Washburn-Gros :by. Go.s "Best" Flour arrived at J-lelena this vveek, fresh from the great Washburn Mills, the largest and rnmost perfectly equipped flour mills in the vorld. Our goods are handled in J-elena only by ** * _M. Reinig and th ** A. R. Gates Grocery Co. LINDS4Y & CO. Wholesale aud Betail Fruits and Produce. Speoialties: Butter, Eggs. Fruilt, Vesetables tish, Poultry, Oysters. 20 and 22 Edwards Street. Helena, Montana. TURKISH A.ND RUSSIAN. BATHS. u-rkish I! ý1. Ruff ian lath St sBhatpoo PROF. D. B WHITTLE, Propriete,. CITY AUCTIONEERS. Neueebho4doeds. BeauIngd COatt will be .ld at p*be rucot~ Wt lo or. Alec muction sae wil be ooadaU ..re + +'teiý, Y *i et twda o, o,., * REAL ESTATE " J,. P, POARTR, Real Estate, l Mines. OFFICE: In Basement Power block, Cornew Sixth Ave. and Mail St., HELENA, * AND MINES. , -·' · ·.I. U:Z L!'~