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THEANACONDA STANDARD: TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 8, xSoi.
DELVINGFORTREASURE litCeaseless Search (or the Birth's^Hidden Metals. JEFFERSON COUNTY MINES Whatl^ Bains Accomplished in^On* of the Hlch Districts^of Montana-Other^Nsws. FromUm Boulder Age. Til*Boulder sampling works this week^^hip|^i'd oil* c^r ol ore to West Superior,^Wis., by tlie n inherit 1'jcHc railroad. TbcUrisiiy alining euiii|^ati]r I* to be^reorganised, in in. Uo|m^ of inducing^lonu lU'.side ca|^italims to tuk ^ bold^ol the pioperty and develop it. TUealialtofttio Suininit mine, Uog-^town district, is now down 184 feet, and^work is being vigorously prosecuted. The^property promises to !^^^ an ^ xcellcut one* *le.ra. f lark, Morse and IBM iisve^been developing; lite K.ugwull nunc, ad-^Joining tlie Hut.y, in tlie Holdfast district,^and will immediately commence hauling^ore to Toulon for alni mciit to tlie 1 a-^coma smeller. Tliu niuiu Is one of ton-^suleralile promiso. ACalifornia capitalist was a visitor to^Hie liigloot mining tiistrirt lust wr^ k. He^Was v^ ry well pleased Willi tliu mini's of^Hie district, esiteeiully wi'h tliu Wlnlu^Dog and Toprock, and it ia probaldo tlial^bo will hit, si in koine of tliu properties^and Induce others to do the same. TlieNorth 1'ole, up til ^ lloiililer and^near tlie m^ uli SB Ixiwlund creek, is one^one of the miim-rou* promising properties^ill that section whicli la foiiilug to lbs^front. It is reported that tbu mine^lias been b Hided to Helena parlies for^St^UOJ, and 111 is t tliu work of development^will lieu in immediately. .'-.evenor eight men ure at work on the^Stella mine, Aiuas .n district. The shaft^lias been sunk lu feet under lb^ new^mansgt*mcht, antl rross-fiitiuiif. drifting^and sloping i* going on. BeSBI BBBB1 go ^I^ore is being lakeii out, aim regular sliip-^lueuts will he tntitle to tliu iloiilder Saui|^^liU2 works an soon u^ .irruiigi'iiioiita c an^be made for teams. Allo'J foot kbaf t lias been sunk on the^Uiackbeur mine, in the t'ataracl district,^a few mile* from \V rkee, ami a crosscut^run 4U feel to the load. Tile vein is 'ii^leet wnle, and NMMMMi ore lias Ik en^taken out, but it ia of a low grade char^^acter and not | r^ II Ml^!u to Hip with the^present fjeililii'a. A i-ouceiitrator would^probably BMW it a paying iiroiiomtion^and this will doubtltss be erected in tbu^Hear future. 'Ihe Aluvieska Mining company is do^^ing MM good work on the C. plier mitie.^up the boulder river and near the mouth^of Lowland creek. A ehalt has been^aunk Uj feet, and a boiler and hoist^Went on the mine last week to continue^sinking luu feet and more, alter which^cmssculiingl and drifting will be com^^menced. At the depth of 1UU leet ill the^mine a MHH| wan run, striking tha^vein al a distance of 111 feel. I he vein^was found lu he lift leet wide, the assays^of ere averaging $.iti.'^ per ton in gold and^silver. J he mine n evulenily in line w ith^,m^ other properties in that district. IdahoMint,, KrnniHie Hnokane Kevli w. Mesara.1 inch and ^ '.unpin II are | u^h-^lug the' work on their couctitralor ut the^liioutb of l BMW Ml ek, Id iho, and will^have it reaiiy for operation tiy Oct. 1.^1 bey are aln ady getting in ores from a^number of valuable pro) erlirs in the can^^yons running out from Wallace. I'at.yI lark baa Juat made u big strike^in some of lua min.iig pro^pccts near the^l'oormau mine. Theae claims are auid^to lie a continuation of the 1'normali lode^and ure equal to its ore. Tin y c.usisi of^three claim*, and H Is believed that be^baa a t'.m.mi proposition m them. Thecable tramway of the Custer mine^In the foeur d'Alcucs lias la-en repairei.^ami the work la .low progressing w ith^splendid results. This cable ia about two^lililea in length, and the work of repair-^lug it consumed considerable lime. Mop|itl lilt* Mill.^A singular incident occurred in con^^nrctiuu Willi the i xploaioii at the lllack^Bear mine last week, says the ('ocur^d'Aleue Hum: The Helena ct Frisco^concentrator, situated at the fool of the^lull and perhaps ball a mile from the^scene of the cxploaioii, alopped for an in^^stant simultaneous with the explosion.^The noise of the mill, of course,prevented^the employes bearing ihe cxploaiou, and^w hen all the machinery came to a stand^^still fur a mij they wera greatly alarmed.'I he men ran to the floors, ri*^p. ding to see the mountains falling^upon them, but be tore they could real is^anything the mill was criudiug away as^usual. HieNine la Mining.^The figure !l is curiously and intimately^connected with all tile great gold mining^excitement* of the l'.i.h century, says the^Si. Louis Ktfniblie The great Algerian^gold bubble toi iu. d and broke in lts/.l.^Next came the klantasati mountain eras-^In DO), when solid boulders of gold as^large as Hour barrel* were reported. The^California gold fever broke out in 1849.^and raged until counteracted by the^1'ike'a 1'eak boom in IN.V.I Ten years^later, in 1N*i. ^tile Virginny,^ tils cele-^lirat.d miner, atruck iho lucky lead^which ma 'o Virginia l ily and Nevada^famous in the mining annals of the world.^Kighteen hundred and aevenly-nine came^in on time with the L arlville freniy and^the famous 'Varlsaitalca^ of Lake county,^Colo. Eighteen hundred and eighty-nine^broke the charm, but MM may make up^for lost time, there being two 9's iu that^date. OHICIN OF HKCIPHOUITV. ThePuller al J.rl. ^^^^^., Madiaoa and Al| iu ^ m.^i* -in n^From tlir Chicago Xi wt. Inlieiitoit's ^Thirty Years' View,^ vol^^ume 1, page 1IH. will 1m^ found this: ^The^constitution of the I'uited Matea gives^to cotigre^a the power to regulate com-^no n c with foreign nation-. '1 hat power^lias not yet been ^ xeculed in the sense^intendiil iiy the constitution, for the^commeicial treaties made by the^pre..dint and the senate uru^nut the Icglalat.vo regulations^inlendi-d ill that grant of^power; nor are the tar ff laws, whether^lor revenue or protection, auy the more^so. They all mias the olj at uud ihe^intxle of ofKTaiing intended t.y th ^ con-^atiiuiiou in that grant^;he true nature of^which was explained early iu the life of thanew federal government by those most^competent to do it, Mr. Jefferson, Mr.^Madison and William Smith of Si uih^Carolina, and in Ilia form most consul-^i rate and responsible. Mr.Jefferso i, at secretary of state,^in Ilia memorable report an the restric^^tions and privileges of commerce of^tha United states In foreign^countries, Mr. Madison, in bis^resolutions as a member of the house of^representatives in tha year 1*93, 'lor the^regulation of our foreign commerce,' and^in his speeches in aupisort of his resolu-^Hons, aud the speeches iu reply, chiefly by^William Smith, of South Carolina, (peek^^ing (is it was bald) the senso of lien-^^ral Hamilton, so that in tlie speiches^and willing, of these three early mem^^bers of our government we have un^^authentic exposition of the meaning of^the clause iu question and of its in tended^mode of operation, for tin y all agreed in^that view of the aul jeot, though differing^about the adoption of a s^stem winch^would then have borne most heavily upon^Great Britain. Theplau was defeated at thai tim^,^and only by a very small moj ^rity^M to^47 the daleat effected by the mercantile^influence, which favored the British^trade, mid was averse to any discrimina^^tion to her disadvantage, though only In-^landed to coerce her into a commercial^treaty, of winch we then had none with^her. Afterward the system of treaties^was followed upand protection toourown^Industry extended incidentally through tl a^clause in the coiiatitution author s ng^cougreia to 'lay and collect taxes, du.l -s,^imports and escises, etc' No that the^power granted to the clause, *lo regulate^commerce With foreign nations,ha^ never^yet been exercised by congress a ne^^glect or oimsaion the more remarkable^as, larsidea the plain and obvioiu fairness^and lieie fit of the regulation intended,^the power conferred by that clause was^the potential moving cause of forming^the present constitution aud creating the^present union. Theprinciple of the regulation was to^lie that of reciprocity^that is, tlie trade^was not to lie free on one side and fet^^tered on the other | that goods were not to^1st. taken from a foreign country free of^duly or al a low rate unless the country^ahould lake something Irom us, also frte^or at a low rate. And the mode of action^was I y discriminating iu the imposition^of iliiues between those winch bad and^bad not commercial treaties with us^the^object to I so accomplished by an act of^congress to that effect, which loreign ua-^te Di might meet either by legislation lu^tbiiir imposition of duties or, and which^is preferable, by treaties of sp cilled and^limited duiallon. . . . With this view^I brought a bill into Ihe senate i-i iho ses^^sion, 1H2U :ki, to revive tho policy of Mr.^Madison's resolutions of 1793^without^effect then, but without d'-spatr of event^^ual success.^ This bill, in its mode of^procedure, is identical with the reciproc^^ity clause of the McKinlry act. Mr.Madison, as q lolod by Mr. Benton,^in speaking to his resolution, said:^^From the aiiuation in which we find^ourselves after four years' experiment, it^appeared inciimtieiit upon tho United^hates to see w hetl er they could not take^measures promotive of those obj els^for which the government was iu a great^degree instituted. Measures of modula^^tion, firmness and decision were in ces-^sary to Ixi adopted in order lo narrow the^sphf-re * f our commerce with thoaj na^^tions who see proper not to meet us on^tcriiii of reciprocity. CABLfc.FLASHES. saallllsnts of Nswa Frusa Different For^^eign Cuaairlea. Ur.RtiN,Kept. ; Ilia Aniirii'ati tourist,^OMMtsI llravi's, iirrrsled Hatuiit.ty last at May^euce on suspicion of being a ^]^^, luta been re-^It as, ,1 Hour.Kept. 7. -Ilietatfi-an h^^ for tin- third^time icfiia. ^i to ac-vpi KiistiaS nominees for tin-^v.ieiiit insi.opr.i ^ hi ihisalj, ImxtvaA,asai 7. The vlcaMer Duarte Cas.^^'^Mparts that la ita pjssage Irani Uallfai a^ae\c.e luu ric.iue was e\|st-rleiiei*d. Iwoseaiiicu^wcr ^ washed overb'Sird anil ilrawneil. Sr.I'm Kitaitritii, Kept. 7. Troops to tlie^lunula i ef t.M.iaai have been unified lu Warsaw.^This will bring ihe number of Ku ^sian forces on^Ihe relish lintitler up to ^m,oi^i. TlPPil.nept. 7. The Austrian armv ma-^lU'iiM'is ci-ssevl t.i-lay, and Ihe eini^eror of lirr-^many. who has BMP watching them, ha* gune^to Miiuieli ai'cuiiinaiiieil by You t'aprlvi. Ijimkin,bi'pt.7. -The steel wars a at Bole^k, w, ii, ai allilUleslsoioiigli, \orkilnre, art- idle^os lug lo Ihe absence of ordeia Tlie result Is^that scleral tin usaud wurkmeu have been^tl.i.iwu out of ^ni|'l^)iie lit. TiniMtt s^ pt ;.-The InUraalioDal ag^rieiiliiiral congresa o|iencd here lo-day. M. Me^hue was elected president and l^. K. Salmon^^ lurf oi the riiiteit Males bureau of animal iu^Uitatry. waseiecleU \ icc-picsidenu I'auis,pe|H. 7 - The ^.i ul^^. tc lav pro|Hi^es^lhal the gnvernineiii of France, in concert Willi^tlie govciunieuli ef eilisr powers luteiesu-d,^shall m nd au ulilniatum M i 'liiiis in regsid lo^the inmates IpM fureliiucrs caused by snl.-^buio| cau i lets. liltsi in. Kept. 7. I'nnl 'Irs i tel. the corn^speculator who rereiiliy faded, has commuted^siia iil.'. Advices have been icccived Hut Hr.^Hoist, a Friiasian ma:;l^tr.it-, wide asceuil^lug Mount ItMM, I^ Hie t atnn- Alps fell ever^s prseipire aud was killed. DOTSAND DASHES. CoudrasedKiwa 1 lutw Various iltrtloas^ul the It ii Ion. OArrMay. Bent. 7.^Private ntcretary M il^foul dcuiea nuy knowlidue of llswlty hem, of-^t i.'I Hie war sect star) snip, PfaaWPPPMr,kept. 7.^To-day i%'.ono ounces^el silver were|iuicliasrd al prices rang.Dg from^. ^s.ii to .9.-M CAPSMm. s pi. 7. Amnesty has been^g i anted Joseph F. smith of I tali, com Icten of^isilxauiy. ta ii May Point, n. .1, Henl. 7.- It was^authoi italiit ly deuictl at Ibe |ircaideut'a cel-^tage this mofsjpbj that (.coral Mas ley's visit la^the preside: i was iu any way connictcd with^the S^i trial ^ship of wai. lairiHVii i.K, Kept. 7.-.I. O. Blown of the^Pnnk i f ^ emmsiee, cm respond lug clerk, has^disappeared, Iravlng PMMMaS creditors. Ills^boo'is and aceountsare supposed hi he correct Hkviti p iioiio, Vi.. Mpt, 7 -Hie Judge of the^I'ntted stales circuit court has Just rendered a^Uses,on returning the ton ITInanien arrested^under the SA-'lusaux act to t'atiada from wliicn^don In ^U l iey hold |iaas|^oiis canlr ry to lbs^0 llltt d States law s AlnudaeaaIts Dan Hewartl.^Piom the Jew elf rt' t'irciilar. Mrs.Pousoiiby^Why, my denr, what^has become of all tho jewelry you used^to wear so much Mrs.Popinjay^1 have givoii tin in up^to Ibe heathen. Mrs.Pontonby^How good of you Mrs.Pomiijay -Yes, but 1 will get my^reward. Harold will buy me a new set of^the latest style. glELEjlBERGSCO tM.e.esuleand Beta: Dea.rnlt BEEF,MUTTONS PORK CRWE,STC.^Main Strest, - - Anacondtv. TheCOMMERCIAL Unadoor south of Moots** Hotat) ANACONDA hontaxa RRTBS,$2.(50 PER DRY. blT.tIA1. KAJttt TU THE T IlKATKiCAL^AND MUSICAL I KOFKSSIO.M. BandayDinntra srd Bp) ls-wm Huppti* a^Bptcia.lf. DANIELNEAL, J'roprietor. TheOnlv Seenn I Class lintel m Wallace. sF.AaTCi l^AK IIBOI* Kates,11.10 to tl w Per Hay. Hoardand Lodging: W eekly, |^.so to Is. Meals t ts. and I'pwards. Kverytbing New.^cull and see us. PERRWOSi WEBSTER, Proprietors. fKi^. Pkiikaton, Manaoi^First Class Treatment lliiaranleed. wallace. IDAHO TheMissoula Hotel. ONEOF TUK VKKY BEST HOTELS IN THE^MJlllll Wtnl. Thebulldlns is new. fire proof, heated with^steam, liftbiei! wllh e'eclriclty, ana provided^witb all modern impraveuicnu. KENNEDYss 1UTC11EL.L. Proprietors,^Uissuiua, Mont. ClehryHouse, OttAMTK,MUM'. Nest,Newly Furnished aud Commedloui^hoonis. Only Wnite Help I in ployed. HoodTabla and Well Vcull ated Dining Boom. J.E. CLKAKY. Proprietor. thehoffman house, rovv'kmA |l| s N n. AN, - I'ropiistors FustClass Aceommadattor.s, Etcry thing New and Clean. Meals35c. Lodging; from 25c Up.^White Help Only Kuip oyeo.^tlpposite In pa:, l'l.ll)|'-l.iirg,'*lotlt. GRANDRESTAURANT ruiupbuuuoamd QBANiTR. PtrkrUyFirst Class I I Open Dav and Night,^Uama at all kinds In .^season.^aide Dining room fur ladles ana lam Hiss, ALLWHIT a' HELP.^GEORGE MOD1NI, - - Maaag^r. BUSINESSCARDS JObEPU bMITU, CAltPKNTRR^aND BUtt.nFR.^Estimates Irurnlahed on all Kinds of baud la rt. Itrferrucesm lbs City.^UX'USl ST.. haltsssss-s aaCuNDpTUISD,^AKAOOgUA. MOKTAKA. QllAstLKaHOUOK. DealerUl Kesl Estate and xlliung Htosk. ISchroedcr'sBlock.^FIRST bTRLEl, - - - ANACONDA PROFESSIONALCARDS iU. 1. R. LOIXN. DIMAsKsOP WOMEN. mNorth Main strceu - bulls,^J-JR. N. A BNYDKUs COK.MAIN ANiTtHIRD btueizb,^ANACONDA. MONL y P. i lllilSTMAN. D. U 1 Ottl'e,First Ktreet. Between Mala sad Oak,^anaconda, Montana, TEETH rXTRAClKD WI1UOUT FAIN I)a new proeess. All C asset of Ueotl^Work executed ia BrsKlast 11 aimer. ax- tiucuulerUi Wiiliuui 1 lataa Ivlt. b'lRFUIsNa, OFFICEON MAIN ^T~^oVK.il SMITH URUO^COMPANY. fcexnl.an aa Oak street, near at, ana's^liosptuu. officehours t jo s. sv toiijop. m, frssa I aw^ictp. m. sad (rum sue p. at. luJ p. m. a.j. a iv^mlljoiik 1.. aoaaJtrs ct.ON.NKLLIi ROB th Dt, AllClll1 ECl ^ AND SLPEI1IN 1ENDKKTI, Lraisoluibuilding. West firanfts Blrset, Butte, IT NOTICETOOOOVKKR-Tl WlaMB Mc-^t^^\. his 1 emand ass kMis \ . 11 are beie-^i.) no.liled that 1 bsv ^ exee 1 ^ 1 an. hundred^disbars in seer and awaiavemeali upon .bs^Iwillfint quarts lode ntnui claim situate in^lieuriielosu mlmar diisnct in Peer 1-odge^eeuiity, st^t^ of .vtonun i In order ts hold said^mltilni: c aim under tin- prm is on* of secilon^2..12I revised stiiuies ef tlie I nltr.l stales, be^inx the amount i..ni.ic. n- 111 .he sun- for^the )cursidui|i A. P. Imi Aid If within^^una y nayi da^ s frmn ibe s, rvi.-a .if tiir uotfes^hy pu td catma f^ tall or reluss la ,-. ntntute^year pr.'i-'i lua of such ripendtttirs at eo^owner xoiii luleiest in sa .1 rsslat will become^lliepropert. o the Suisse d, r, under saetkaa^;..i in 1 ,. ^ .iiinof In- , u e,t Mates.'^'^.lulls 11. M ANDALL^rixsl pubbiaiioa UepUuilsir 1, \UL SacredHeart Academy OCDSM,UTXH. (ondutlfdby the Sisters of Ihe Holy Cms, Isa hoarding a nd day school devoted to thai^ration cf ^ mini; ladies and utile girls In a lionto a 1 lior.ni .'h praeuaal EnyitsU courseMd. m eaad I.iLiin.classes In I nnkkeeplng, typawilung and^PB.riband are conducted after TheMost Approved Methods, 1lench and (^irmao srs optional studies. BetidesIbe elements of drawing, which srs^ts thi 111 all Ihj classes, private pupils in (ha^s i d o receive Instraatloa ia Crayon, Pastel,^1 a nl-ng in oil and Water Colors, Ml China,^blik, bstui and Velvet. INTHE MUSICAL DEPARTMENT Irssonsare given In vocal music and on plana^kal p, organ, violin, zither, mandolin and guitar' f-pccialclasses In fancy work, art.mnilc, ate.,^have keen lot msd for ladlas Tesiduig la ths my. ttudleswill ha resumed September l^For further particulars apply to SISTERSUPERIOR. Ogden.Utah. Stat. L. BOOK, PresMeat, atastCUS11aly, Vlea-Prsst, Mr,at, VMOMNTOM, Cashier FirstNational Bank -OP- ANACONDA.MONT CAPITAL- IOO.OOO Buyand sen Domestic and Foreign bosuns*^and transact a general banking bnslnsss.^Colleeuoni prompUv attendeTlo. Rx-^Changs drawn aa London. Bainburgt^Wlaagow, Dublin, Ueliaat, Parts,^Hamburg, Berlin and all lb*^evading Cities 0^ Europe. COBBUrOVOSsHTS: AmericanExchange National Bank...New York OmahaNational Baas...Omaha Wells.Fargo A CoBaa Francisco VtabNational BankOgdea .Butt* .....Helens.Dasr Lodgs Hogs,Brownie* AOs^Merc nan Is' National^LaiabujBro*. el Co.. NOTICEOF AFPLICATIOX TO CUT AND^xs icmove umber from puble lands^In ac^^cordance with the provisions of au act entitled^^An act to aiuaud section eight of an act ap-^pi oved March third, eighteen hundred unit^uiuctwme. entitled -an act to repeal timber^culture laws and lor other purposes,'^ and the^rules and regulations prescribed thereunder by^tlie Honorable Hecretary of tlie Interior, an-^proved Mays, ism, the undersigned. Job* HiU^ami Henry O. Buiitn, whose tKistofflce address Is^Anaconaa. Peer Lodge county, stale of Mon^^tana, do heraby give nolio-Ibat at tlie expira^^tion of twenty-one days from the first publica^^tion of this notice ihey will msks appllcation to^ihe llunorahl* becrctary of th* Interior for au^^thority to cut and rsmuvu pine and hr limber^for agricultural, mining, inauutactiirhig and^unmes'ic purposes and not lor tiansportailon^out of the state of V onlaua, for merchandise by^cutting aud converting Into curdwood to be^marketed in Deer lo.lg ^ r mat^ in Ihe state of^Montana, from 111* fo I wing iiosurveyed iiuap.^oropi lated punI c lands of th^ UnltiiLbiates sit-^BBM In ihe ctsuniy of Deer liodg* atid slate if^Molilalia, des^'rlb*,l as tel'ows, te wit: Com^mei.c.iig at aiioin. thrre-'ourlhs of a mile west^freiu me souitiweit corner of section tbllty-oca^of t iwnshtp five nortb of ranz* eleven west,^tbenc^ va.i one mile, thence south on* mile,^Ibfiiceeastou* mile, thence north one mile to^the place of beginning, eomaiuiug an area of^sli hundred ant forty acres, more or less. Theumber growing and standing thereon^consists of about f.,^^i cords of nine wood and^sbout luu cords of fir wood. 'i he character of^tbc land Is n n-mineral as far as known, rough,^r^ cky and mountainous and whol.y unfit for^agriiultiua, purposes. The timber it snrabby^si 'I scattering Hatedat Anaconda, Moutana, this tXIl day of^Aiiuust, A. I), isui. JongHill,^Hbmbv h. Smith. Firstpublication, August '^, Iftst.^T. O'I.fakv. AlUirney for appllcBnts, NITTICEOF APPLICATION TO CTJT TIM-^ber on the public domain^lu accordance^w nli tlie 1 eipili enieiits of section ^, of the rules^aud regulations prescribed by ths Hiiborable^hecretary of the Interior. May 6. lflai. none* is^hereby given that at the expiration of vi days from^Ihe date of the first publication of this notice, the^uialersigned will make writ ten application to^lb* Honorable Hecretary of Ihe Interior for^authority to cut and remove all the pine, fir^and tamarack umber suitable to be nianti ac-^lured in o lumber, from the following described^trsrls of land, in Missoula couuty. stale of Mon^^tana, to-wit: section '-', township 15, north of^rauge west, containing 640 acres, and en^w.deh there If about two million Hr* hundred^thousand (.'.POO 0 01 feet of lumber trees, princi^^pal!, pine trees, wbli a am til quantity of fir and^tamarack; also from the east half of the south^^east quarter of rectlon 12, township 15, noith of^range .1 west, 1 ontainlng no acres, upon which^tin ic an-two million c.'.nuu.ouui fret of lumlier^treea, being principally piss, with a few Or an I^tamarack, and also from the south half of th*^southeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of^Ibe -o rh 1:mi quarter of section U, township f.v^11,11 ill of rsnue _'.' west, containing 120 acres, and^hi.naming nv* hundred thousand iWU.uuui leet^of lumlier trees, punclpa ly pine, with a few Br^and tamarack. Thatall of said lands arc nun mineral in char^^acter, and located lo tlie county and state afore^^said, mostly rocky and broken foothills, and not^stuiah e for agricultural purposes, and not In^auv sits reserved lor public uses. That said^Umber Is to be manufactured Into lumber for^m.nlng and domestic lair-ane*. and 10 ha^wholly used In the state of Man,ana, anl not 10^le miauled ur transported fiom said state. FREOEKICCORMIER,^Frenchtuwu, Montana. August17, 1891. SAMPRAMENKO FreshGame, Oysters ANDFISH. liquors,Cigars.Csndle.,Not*, Fruit*^buuer and t rvsn ' CountryProduce a Specialty.^East First at., Auaeooda, Monk CITY LiveryStable A.W. MclNTYRE. PROPRIETOR, agssciat traafar^tarai- ieand uoub.e rig*,^omnibus 10 all trails, leiepnon*No.: i n.T. PLKYT6R, Cor.Main and First-sts.. Anaconda. DRUGS, FANCY GOODS, ETC. ParticularAttention Given to PRESCRIPTIONS- CHICAGOIRON WORKS GAIL,BDHILLER ^ UNZICKER, BUILDERSOR iana miiiim mm GoldMills, Wet and Dry Crushinrj Silver MMs, SMELT^^ING and CONCENTRATING PLANTS. Hoirting and^Pumpinjr Work*, Car* Cages, Skip, Ore Buckets and^Water Buckets. SELF-OILING-:-CAR--.-WHEELS CorlissEngines, Compound and Condensing Engine,^and Tramways. WESTERNREPRESENTATIVE. WENNOUNZICKER. BUTTE.MONTANA,^G'fica and Works, Hawthorne At*, and Willow St., CUcaga, (IU Printirvg! Prirvtirvg! Daily5tar.dard Utterheads, Bill Heads,^Blanks of Every Description,^Cards, invitations. Circulars AndBookbinding. Write1* m far Ft lees. Vnlelo us for Samples. Veii quote you 1'i iccs so Low, sill luruisu Bauiples so Ferfast Tot:wtu. ax Cbbtaik to Bauto us ah Orokb STANDARDfUBLi!S/.INq CO, Stable,Broadway, I'lulipsliurg. FRASER$ CHALMERS, JCH1CKCO. J L.C. TRENT.\ Salt Lake City, Utah* GeneralWestern Manager, fHelena, Moutana* MININGMACHINERY, AndMachinery for the Systematic Reduction of Ores by Amalgamation,Concentration, Smelting and Leaching.^Builders of tho HOMESTAKE. GRANITE MOUNTAIN. DRUM LUMMON^^ANACONDA, BLUE BIRD, LEXINGTON and BI-METALLIC^COMPANIES' REDUCTION WORKS. Jtolstlng^ngiixas, Oo.r.d and Direct Hating, Paosps*tlngand Davalopmant Holata.^Buildara of Improved Air Compressors and Wire Tramways*^Fruo Vanning Machines and Embrey Concentrator. -DIELECTRICMOTORSt=- souwjcBTUfsir AdtK i s roit bidgepuiood Hoisting Engines, AND TYLERWIRE WORKS DOUBLE- CRINPED HMWO CLOTH. EisotrioZiislat Plants, DiamondCop* Prospeeting Drill*. CONCENTRATION7WTIl_l_S.^ELECTRIC ELEVATORS. aV//^ and Compressors. Otis E erators Knonles Pumpt, Rttt Mtwf,^KHOSLMHD I DCUtSLAS SUIT HILLt^SHAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES. j.1 - is- PWsWWS, Jl