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DELVINGFOR TREASURE TmCeaseless Ssarcb for the Birth's^Hidden Metals. THE BOSTON ^ MONTANA AnnualReport of buoerlntendent^Thomn Couch -A MaKnlllcent^Shrw.nj CriMt Mineral Pro^^ducers-Development Work. Bens,Oct. 3D. -Tlio report of Thomas^Cnurli, superintendi'til of Ilie lloaluti A^aiooiana aiming runipany, has !^^^ n^given lo the public '1 lie report show*^that thinner the ^^^ ar the amount of ore^lutnrd *u a* lullow*: M1SCS.VMM Moos* a.tJ7 MountainView fli.TTn Pennsylvania M0U Eastand West OMM t^,40 Totaltons m i ueitlit. '0 Thereport |ia thorough, MHk| all ^!^^fa.r^ of the company. Mr. ^ oiieli lu^^the following to my alioui the mint* of^the company: Tbsl.eonar,! Shalt. Sincelast year's report thi* (haft ha*^been sunk 48* foot. Tina aVvotsVMMM i^^not liiclU'letl in tile foregoing. '^,JU-^foot letrel has been r^ nelied mid Connie-^lion made with tli.il lev. I ^ f the Kasl^Coluaa nutie by the rro-i -eut m-illumed^last year. At the 'JJM-fiHil ;evl u rross-eul^has l^een driven soutli tt'J leel. unci at tile^4(11 foot level feet. Stationsn.-iv ^ been rut ' it both tlio^north ami south sides nt the5 (I foot lev I.^from which (out a cross-rut will l^^^driven south to internet tliu vein cut at^the 200-foot level, and w hich rt mains, so^far, unexplored. Mtnin View Miiis. Dtirinji the j^;i-t y^ ar no sinking of the^main shaft in'.he pr^^|M^rty has b-en done.^Wo have, as will be seen 1 y tefereuce to^the sectional maps accompanyin^ this,^yet all of the grimml helow t ho 7tM fool^level practically wlaile, a few loiia ol ore^only hsvmg been *tu|.etl at the foot of^wina * II, wh ch connects the seventh and^eiiihih levels in the iiirlh vein, utul a^^mail block east of mi ^^ A, same level^on the aouth vein. Thedevelopment* at the points of ill*^fersectioii of the Uriel troti-ru's from the^shaft on both Hie Mil and l.ltn-iooi level*^wire very satisfactory on thu uorih VwssV^The interseclioii of the vein by the east^cross-cut on the 900 level wan not as go d^^a we expected it w^ ulil llav ^ been^the^croaS'Ctit having cut it ut a c mpuru-^tively lean p out. A* development*, pro-^gress, host ver, along its curse, both^east snd west, the improvement in value^Is very marked, which proves that the^intersection happened to be in one of the^poorer spots which are encountered ut^intervals in all of the mines. Theore in the v.-iu cut by the Mist^cross-cut on the I.kh loot level is of bel^^ter qiialitv than thai imiii^diat^ly over it^on the ItJJ 1 vel. The second crosvcul is^St present heme, driven tin the 1,^ u foot^level, north vein. No cross-cut has been^started on the south side ut ^h s level. Tilevi in o|^ciicd by tin* croas-cut south^on the VjO level, looks well, and will af^^ford us a Kre.it amount ol sloping irrountl^when needed, tSinue time miring the cur^^rent year this vein will bo cut on the^lower 1,000 fool level. Uboutthe ssnie ^iiiuiilily of ore, v s ,^fO.OOO tons, has SOM extracted as iluring^lbs previous year from this mini -mil^leaving, according to our previous eati-^mste, over 2Ju.l*.^J tons abovo the 1,000^foot level, i his is a low estimate.^Kasl aad tte.1 Cnlu.ss. Nonew developments have It .-en made^la these properties during the pant year^except by wins a connecting ilia 2^^) root^^ltd, taking measurement* from r.ast^Colusa shsft, with the ^00 level, slid^S(.iiii with the MO ami M foot levels.^'1 he sloping has been confined lo the^ground above the 4 ' of East I oluva and^400 of West Colii^ii -tliL'se are the same^level underground ^the West l oluta b-^-^tng about KU feet greater elevaii in on^the suriacc. We hare taken from tin^^stones, i s will be seen, about u ^,U00 Ions^of ore during the year. Nothinghas been done east of the old^^baft, nor will be for some tune, or mini^our fscilitica for handling the water are^improved. With the prop soil new pump-^lug plain in place we shall be enabled lo^exteud our ih velopinenta oil this end of^the property in a cheap and satisfactory^manner. Thestrength ami value of the vein^opened on the ,VU level of ihia properly is^sufficient to warrant the putting in of A 1^pumping plain, one Dial will enable us lo^go to great deplba. 1see uo valid rYattin fer reducing the estimateof ore above the '.'e.( level as givena year nco, not^ iihsisieliuu' the^fact that shout 50.eon ions have been ci-^traeted,^UOO.UuO tons. There-nnsl li .ml*. Mine. Duringthe year thIt property has been^developed Urn feet in ibpih, making the swshaft 430 feel. 1 ho vein has Iu cutl y crosscuts in both the Hot) and t.t ^^^lour levels. Thevein in both these new levels^opened up to our ^ xpi rtution-. The de^^velopment of the Ion, r level alone luis^sdded lo our reserves more than double^the quantity of ore that ha - been extracted^during the year. In the current year the^^sst end vt this property will be iber^oughly explored. Ilillicrt , but little has^been done in that direction. Moose Ml lie. Thispro|^erty bus not been opened dur^^ing the whole year. The work done ha*^bi en confined lo making connectioua^from one level to auot.icr by wmsea.^some drifting and a little storing. Above^the upper level of the I'i nnsyivalllil^mine, which contaiiia uo copper, was^found lo carry silver in value vuiy.ug^from a few ^ uiices to upward of loo.^Tins being convenient to nunc, work was^*u^|^emletl on tin.* Moose so long us s suf^^ficient quslltity of silver i re ct old he ob-^tsiued from this point. Ilenc , of the^6,i.Ws iona of ailver ore mined, II, tar tons^came from the Mo ^-e ami the n iiiiiiuuig^2,'Jil tons from the I'^ iinsy vama. At^Ibis writing the Moose m being worked^by a few inee ^.^ mi; e . in uuinix r to^furuiah sboiit one-ha t ol the ai.ver ore^us. d; the Pennsylvania furnishes the^oilier pari. tteaeralIt mt ki, Asyet sll the cast ground, i. e., ih ^^ground eaat of Mcinleiv he, belonging to^the company, remains unexplored. The^ground Is traversed by vemsof unknown^width snd value, the prospecting work^Dot being sutllcioiil lo lieicrmiiio unjr- thingabout tbem. It should be remem^^bered thst, lengthwise, nearly one-half^of tba company's grouud lies in tbst^direction. We bare now a small engine^capable of sinking 600 feat, disen-^gagsd, which can be put to use, snd^1 think a good thing for the com^^pany to do would be to explore this por^^tion of its property by tbs sinking of a^shaft at some point that may be selected,^and cross-cutting at least some of the^veins known to exist in It. This should^lie consult-n d and determined upon be^^fore I he winter sets in, so that a smsil^building could b ^ erected snd boiler* set^In fore It becomes Ion cold lo do such^work without inconvenience. I rcccom-^mend it for y air consideration. Theconstruction work for the ensuing^year will be the ore-bin* to meet the rail^^road at the Mountain View, Pennsylvania^and L -ouard shsfis, preparatory to the^shipping of oro to the Greal Falls reduc^^tion works, and the erection of the plant^on the shaft mentioned above, if you^conclude lo sink ft, and the Cornish^rump plant under the le ailing ^Leonard^Shaft.^ In the absence of estimates for^the pumping plant I would place the inini n quired for surface construction duringlie- year at fliO.OGO. Men d three^isuiiit* be i quipped a^ outlined, the cost^will not vary much from thi* figure.^Aside from these I see nothing new thst^will be ri quired. Whatever surface ex^^pense will lie necessary outside of this^will be for rcplacicg something already^ill use, and will come in a* repair*, etc. Inconclusion will say thst the mines^and smelters are sll iu a very satisfactory^condition, and unless something unseen^befall the reduction works the output for^the ensuing year will lie no less than that^of the last. Itis fair to presumo that the now re^ilurtieii works at Ureal Kails will com-^nionco operations early in I8u, but^whether that will make auy change in^our operations here 1 cannot say. This^will depend upon your anion. *lo far ss^the mines are concerned they can easily^supply both works. Tuusame official* who have been in^the employ of the company since tho^commencement of operations sro still in^their respective places, v.s: J. II.^Vivian, chief rlerk; Josiah Gilbert,^foreman of Colusa mines; Itiehsrd^Uawe, foreman of Mountaie View, Moose^ami Pennsylvania mines: Mr. Matthews,^foreman of botli smelting works, and^M. J. Chambeilaiu, my asaistaut. To^these men ami tho employes under their^charge i* your property intrusted; tba re^^sult of their labor is told in the balance^-hoot. Fur their honest work and tho^honest work of the employes generally,^it must suffice for me to write the one ex^^pressive word thanks. STOCKS AND BONOS. t'paSl-d I'i n m iii Market Values on tbs^S^iock 1 iffhiags. RBVYoMC.(let. 30.^Tba stock market^to-day opaued wilu pricea slightly higher^than those ol last evening, but while tho^tendency was to advance, the movement^advanced to but little until the after^^noon, wh in u spurt in Vanderbilts sent^up the i nure list anil better pricea were^reiiclieil ail along the line. Late trailing^asw a considerable decline, but the close^was linn, at near thu highest prices of^I lie day. Like Shore is up 1 and sugsr^down 1 per cent. Governmentbonds, steady. Ilosing stocks D.f.4' irglitried. II** D,re 4 s column.. Ik \ D.H, 41,s irK I'.H. 4's's iou|ion l^i nit i. s. Aii'iustin. Attirric'nKnpres* CanadaPst'ilic tunails Southern. CentralPacific biuliuictoii iarkswitu* 111 ft,Wi preferred:.. N.\ Central wregonInipmt....^t ircgnu enurt Uns^Oreuoo Navig'n...^North Anirrcas..^lraiisconimeuisl. PacificMSU. .'.' s i Itradiug .)iKlo til-sods Wes'a^:^ S' Itio ti ran tic u'fd..^I . lu.i urinal* ursis. IicnverK\i t. pfd 4U'^|Kors Island U,U*WI^, M Paul. Kri*:l Mt. Paulliouialis. kiinsaa*i lt vas.. t;-, Itiiiuiial lakeMiiirrIcmis Pat'itlr Imils ft \siii. ftfc paisa Paciiic MlcliicanI rnlisL It I I.'. 1'. pirlrrrra MisstiiinI'acillo^Ni i: In i n Pacltl^N. P. piett'iieu^heriliwtsttrii. Msi*w^a.' I. K U press PareuKs nt ess...^Western I'nliiu..^Am. i olio a Oil.. II'.,^tl^I '^Tfi MMti'i HaMt^^^' I4' m to lu,.'m,stuck Market.^ltosTOK, Oct. 2).^The following were tle c losing quotations! AtthA. Ilk 1st hk. 13' Ann'1 pk hul urn ...^Ahh a '1 pkraiiiU ...^1 uii.nilleu Mm.Cen. Com 'bond scrip... 1st mor. b'ads ....^Sao bit ku 171a llesevSlarket. NewYobk, I let. SO.^Money on call^easy : closed olleretl 3 per cent.^Prims mercantile paper, M4.i6y4 per cent. Sterling exchange ^ Kssy; 00-day bills,rt.^^! dfinatid tt.e.^H.^liar silver, ti.1,. Lottdtutm-.nry Marks!. I.OMioK,ticl. ^^^. -Clositu, Coiaols:^money, H Mt| do, sccoiini, 0o6 16;^Lulled Males 4V .-, h i\ Usrsilver. M 1.1, per ouncj. Money,i1, per cent. IhrI'rtrolruia Market Niw Vokk, Oct. 30. ^ 1'ctrolsura rlusiligStbtl*!'. Sew Vork Weal Market. Ki'.v^OKK. Oct. 'M.^Wool steady; do^^mestic ttceee, 10|l cHc. THL NEW YORK MARKET. Closingijuolatloas lur Metals sad Mlalag^Slacks. NiwYoiik. Oct. JO.-The closing quo^latum* lor lo-tlsy are: 10Ml^3 4.1 AniriicauFlau. Alice Adamslull Aspen Aniailor beileIsle Itchher litsi 41 la a In i Home p.riiiisnirk dollar ISksnMsl I ell .^I . us i sis, I. IL tloW II IV.hl. . .. ieiot ads i as...^i on. CsiA Vs.. Iall Ins iaasji sawsada, IIIUI.eDIe I^^ i\ ^ ,sl tiii el a t ,^ Ice.^I all., I I'i Mint. Iit rlaad i.out,ia Oatry. lls.tA ^t Icioss IIMl^1 I'll^3 H i'Yb^'i t.V iso t'sV IIfc I.'4^^I 10 lloinistake illurii Mitvsf Helena Meleke Ibtitin'iiei-iice .. ireustlvsf Memcsu Mono Mutual Hi.Ill.lble. ....^N. Com wealth. iWii,, io Oolius^., Occtdeutal Klyiiioiilh Phtuix,Aru....^^si age s.rll.l .Ni l nils . Msiaiard Itatletl uck ...^-i, i MeiM-s.... it.HI. I.. V DainaCon . Vi-nowJaskat.. I4.1 Jto .S Kl tIU^I '.HI^I M 2t^^1 ^l fipptsr, I in ami Lead. NrwYoi.K, Ocu 30.-'-Copper^ Dull,^nrmer; Lake, October ai d Novcmlier, mi l Leal Vonidialt tlomcstie, (4.90^Tin-t,l m i; stru ts, JJJ.10 kiiislls.l^a.i|,| 4'..In In Ilia IVorid. Finn the Niw York Cummin iaI A'ivt rtis^r. A-y ^ ho has t ver gone llirough the l.arasdig Mtpenenc attendant upon the^entlt-svi r in l urry three or four live dol^^lar gold pieces for six coiiseeulivu hours withoutlosing tbem or giving them away^for Dannies will sympathise with tba gra^^tia resident of Guatemala. His govern^^ment has turned out for bim one of tba^most aggravating pieces of money that^an insane treasury department hss yet^invented. It is of gold, and its value Is^four reals, or 2 ^ cents in our money. It^is not a* big as thi- head of an ordinary^nail, and is probably tba smallest gold^coin in the word. The adventures of a^sirsnger in that country with this speci-^men of that country's coin li usually a^distressing one. Tba number of four^real pieces that be manages to lose, mis^^lay and forget during bi* visit generally^i ^aajs a sum sufficient to pay half tba^expenses of the trip. LE9STUUACJU FOR I HE MONEY. Thel-ir.rt the McKin.ey Hill His ea All^Citsr siunk, i Fromthe Chicago lit raid. KudolphSeifer:, a prominent cigar^merchant, doing business st the north^^west corner of Randolph and LaSalle^street', was highly eddied yesterday^morn11 g when he read the remarks of a^hrntln r tobacconist as published in lbs^Inter ^^*aii. Albert Hammer, who states^that the prices of cigar* are coming^down, is reported to b ^ a republican. So^is Mr. Soifert. In fact thero is no doubt^as to lbs political faith of either gentle^^man. Hut a wide iLffercnce of opinion^exists neiween the two as to the effect of^the McKiuley bill on tho tobacco busi^^ness. 1 Thstarticle is positively Isugbable,^^ssid Mr. Seifert, ^snd as misleading as it^is ludicrous. The fsct is Ibst Cuban^manufacturers have nut only advanced^their prices, but lu order to compete witb^American manufacturer* they have bean^compelled to reduce ihu sis* and quality^of iheir cigars. This can be proved^^-very day by actual examination. Mr.^Hammer talks about business having in^^creased. That's not duo to thu McKinley^bill, but rather in spue of it snd on ac^^count of the general prosperity of Ibe^coutitry. Fine crops and plenty of^money in circulation lias increased^every brsnch of trade, and thu Mcliinliy^bill baa bad no more to do with tbe^increased trado in tobaccos than I have^bad lo do with tho death of Uoulanger.^Just look at the absurdity of Mr. 11 tm-^mer's statement that retailers are mak^^ing over 77 per cent, profit on each cigar,^lie ^aya that certain brands of cigsrs^costing A cents each and formerly selling^at 1-' ^ cunts are now sold for 15 canis ut^a prolii of 77 per cent. Any schoolboy^can figure tbe per cent, of profit better^than that, and if Mr. Hammer will con^^sult an amhinetic be will find the profit^to he ^*^^/, per cent. That might^appear u pretty good profit,^but it is misleading. Modern ci^^gar stores sro expensive sffairs,^and after you pay for plate glass mir^^rors, electric light*, polished counters,^clerk hire and other incidentals the profit^i* very small. Hemember, however, that^any apparent decrease m the prices of^cigars is scconipanied by a reduction in^thu amount of tobacco used in making^the cigars. The consumer is not benefit^^ted one psrticle by tho McKinley bill.^He has to pay the same price lor a smaller^cigar that he paid for the same brand be^^fore the bill went into effect. I'm nyi-^publican, but 1 halt! lo read such stufi as^is printed in that McKinley newspaper. AllTiiouglu tinner or Hun fur It. F'rumthe Chicago Trlbuue. Theyoung man had been with the^parly some tune and he finally rose to go.^The others vetoed the proposition. O,sit down!^ cried one. 'vVhut do want lo break up the party^for^^ asked another. Hea good fellow,^ said a third. Nowthat ^Be a good fellow' ^well,^every man knows what that means.^Kvery msn baa dona something he did^not want to do and ought not to have^done for fear soine'one might think be^wss not a ^good fellow. Theyoung man hesitated. No;I guess 1 bad better go,^ he said^at last. NonsenseI It's early yet!^ protested ouo. Sitdown! Sit down! We'll all b_^ homo^before 13,^ added anotner. Well,I'll submit tbe case to you. You^are talking of going lo tbe theater or^having a game of cards at the club, and^you want me to be one of the party. Now,^in a coxy little flat on tho north side^there's s little woman Childreneick T ' put in one of the^parly. No;there's only one, and he's in good^health.^^^Wife sick 7^^^No. O.We|[ Waita minute.^ interrupted the^young man. ^I'll leave it to you, but you^must hear thn case. This little woman is^alone in the flat. Tbe baby is in bed, and^sbo is silting there reading or sewing or^listening to the steps of those passing the^bouse. I left home at t o'clock this^morning and since then she hss been^alone with tbe baby. Now she hasn't^even tbs baby to occupy ber time. Hepaused a moment to g.ve them an^opportunity to speak, but no one ssid a^wonl. Then he ssid: Boys,If you think you want my com^^pany to-night more than she doc.-, I'll^stay. Therewas another pause, then one of^tbe puny look a sip of champagne and^said: I'drather you'd go home.^^The others nodded their assent, and^tbe young man said:^^I'd rather go. Itwas somo time later In the evening^when one of tbe members of the party^said: There'sa man. Andevery one knew whom hs referred^to. VTheieThey Always Made I'p fim^.^From the Cliieago 'Putnine. Thecar rocked Ironi side to side and^sometimes it seemed as though all tbe^wheels on one side were off the truck at^once, Tbe conductor staggered along,^cinching hold of seats uow and then to^steady himself, and the pallid railway of^^ficial stopped him. Conductor,^he said, ^this i* an awful^rough stretch of road. Norougher than it bss always been,^^replied the conductor. ^There'* some^^thing like 40 miles of it ^just the same^right ahead of us. Butur ui'i you running frightfully^fuel^ ' ssked the psllid otficisl. catching^bold of the win.low-sill to keep from^b'lng thrown into the aisle. We'redoing pretty well,^ returned^the conductor, aa lit- grablved hold of a^sest to k ^ p from ilivnig into tbe ctaVisl's^lap. ' We're making up tune. Th*^stations are some distance apart along^here and it gives us a chance. We've got^lo eel in on I me.'' Uelin wiieri ^Heaven T ' nsktd the^I 111 ii'. ua he lino ,-.i Ins kucos ugainst^the buck of the seal ahead of bun and^look on extra strong hold on the Window-^sill. ^You signal the engineer to slow an. But,sir, ill s is in ^ stretch you've^slways ordered ua lo make up time oil,^iM-causc there are so few slal,ogs. ihave T ^ ssid the railway otlleial in-^ti rr ,gaiiv.-ly. Ye-,*ir, whenever we're Isle yet; wire^us to make it M right along here. Iwire you I' 'Y ^^, sir. Well, ih it's when I'm sitting in the^sriu-chsir in my office. 1 tlen'l aiiud if^you re two hour* late to-day, DOTSAND DASHES. CeadsasedMtws tr.su Carinas (eetleas el^The Valee.^Myw yoiik, Oct. 30. Up lo data i hers hss^been received from Europe slmosi ^n,i*i,too iu goat CiSCI XXATI, Ohio, Oct W. -The Nat lot al st- sociaiionof cirrtaxe manufacturers Began Us an^^nual meeting hern today. The reports of earn- ilueessnd ofBcrrs Were recti.ed. CiMi i sxATI, Ohio, lie J^ ^ IheUal si Tj po^^ll, in- nl Am -nca brgsu Us fifth annual rag.^vsudnn lirre ibis moiuing with over Ml ilels-^gan s preirnt. The niretlug was slrleily private. PASSAIC,N. J., iicl. ML^Iht great warehi us^^snd i iiiitrutt of l,o n bancs of w.ne of Die^Mpcar New Jersey Wine cumpany burui-d this^mm inn-. Thu ofnen and plain of Hi^ Passaic^it* m icca nl m ike building, was also de-^sfruycil. Low, f loo.un; lusiuaace imall. Tmika, Orl. .n -Tne atiuiney general to-^d iy II'' a petition lu Hie mpieinc court asking^for i STM of mandamus to enmut I tar I'nft n^Par A^ us Iway company to N lav the Kansas^(eii:i..l lira it'll willi iiceluiH befors Jan. 1^Beit. Washisotoji,Oct. 20 -The secretary of Ilia^n:ii^ to-day signed a t-'iitract Willi t ie Iowa^Irou works of lJubui|Ue, Iowa, fur Ihc etinstiue-^Hon n: larpetlo bast No J, siuil.tr to the I ii^h-^iug.fnrlhe sum of $lt3.M0. It ^ to I e of IJ0^tens ihsulscrni ut uud must lu eomplel.-d^wiildn a year. Ritchie'sComique Mslnsiren. Buita, Montana. gecondWeek^of en^Mm Id Famous CrileriooQuartette LitlltBlouch and Joifs Brothers,^Vf^ST ernest hogan AndJAMhs T AYLOK, the Lyric Tenor. darrows lomeituiis r _- . TheAerial Wonders, DeVsro snd LsKyle.^A company of Ulsh-Prlced Vaudeville Artists. BUSINESSCARDS. JOSEPHSMITH. CARPEVTEK~AND BUTLni*.^^HI mates Furnished oa all Kinds of Build inn. lleforenoesla Lbs Oty.^LOCUST ST., at* A n ssSsA enCvJiiD * Til lit U,^As acq sua. MojriAJia. liiAiUJsgHODOK. F1BSTSTREET, ANACONDA, PROFESSIONALCARDS.^jjB. fc ^. OOHH, DISEASESOP W0*^153 North Alain Street, J-)B.X. ^ sVMTOatt. COS.MAIN AjtD~TflIJLD ANACONDA.MONT.^Tjt P. CH1U8TMAN, D. 1X1^Oaass, First f5i*s.^|~m0(|^rlli TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAH tl^ new process. AS. Class*! at Dental^work executed la trst-elass manner. AT-^uncial leeta W ubout Flaws R,gTKi'HaVKg, K3^ON MAJWJ2^0T|^ SMITH DMOU^^asAfUnesea Oak ^i Officehours S30 a. m. loil jop. m., trots ig]^lets. ai_ sndtrosi fas)p. bl ioiTb. m. PRESCRIPTION1959. . . Awoodarful compound of the celebrated Dr.^V alpoui. Paris. Pisseripuen tsW is said oa^roaiTiva UDABASITBB TO cuaa Anyform of NERVOUSDISEASE, Nomatter bow cansed.^such as disorder at tbs^geuerallvs organs of^either sex, pains la tlis^bark, nervous prostrs-^2 nation, bysieris. Mo, ( Ourayrou ar* instroctsd To Bavtnro Asrr^Mombt Paid Pob r'asscBimoB IMS where^asusfscuon and PBatstAJfRXV cvsb u Not^JLFVscteo by using six boxes Price(1 s box or six boxes lor tt with written^goanaiea *^nt by mad securely ssaied. Ad^^dress sll eommuniestiont ts IX M. Neworo^Lwui Company, sole scents. Butts city. Moss, WARM8PRINC8 I ^Dhiry STALMANN^ LEWIS, raoraix-roas. FRESH MILK*sd CREAM DELIVEREDEVERY DAY^IN THE WEEK. P.KENNEDY, Manager. XTOTICETO CO-OWN KR-Ts Wl Usm Mo.^J/N t', t. his hrirsand ass gat: \iu are her*.^11 no illed that t lutv.' expeudsd on- tauid.-ed^Oellsis in isbor sad improvements up^n lb*^Twillful iiusrti one minliin churn ntuito is^tlei'iiii-'.ewn in.niii: dllsricl in Deer 1-odgs^^ounty. sislr of Montana, is oMer to ho d said^piiului: cairn ubtlrr the previa onset sectios^t.Ui ruisetl statutes , f iu^ I ntteil Malei, be-^liic lie amount rniu red to liolu ib^ Sam- lor^ihe yrsr eiidmi A. D. t'O. And if w.tlua^nine')' iso^ tlsys from Ibe sn-vlce of th ^ antics^Vy i nc-hesttou ynu fad or retuss Is cootrlhule^lisar iiri'ti'imoo of ^tich rxpentlllu re .ss co^^Jtwiier iiMir interest ib sa d ruslm srtll b-coms^H i inoiierii o! the siibsinb r, muter seotios^^ st* revised ststules of ihe l aued Stalo*^l'.llUIN H. i* I ANDAhU tltsi|iubhcatlon t~ryu uilstr 1, IssL CHICAGOIRON WORKS GAIL,BUMILLERTliNZICKER, IUILDER3OP GoldMills, Wet and Drv Crushing Silver Mills, SMELT^^ING and CONCENTRATING PLANTS. Hoisting and^Pumping Works, Cars, Cage*. Skip, Ore buckets aad^Water Bucket*. SELF-OILING-:-CAR-:-WHEELS CorlissEngines, Compound and Condensing Enginei^and Tramways. WESTERNREPRESENTATIVE. iTENNOUNZICKER. BUTTE,MONTANA.^CfQcesjsd Werka, Hawthorne Ave. aad Willow St.. Chicaja, til. ELECTRICMOTORS OFALL SIZES Uptl 500 Volts, ud from I Bern Power to 40 Horn Power. aiao 9Electric Light Dynamos, INCANDESCENTLAMPS OF BEST MAKE. Suitablefor any Socket, 50 Volts to 110 Volts, 16 C. P. to 750 C. P. ALSOA ri'LL ASSOtlTsIBNT Or ELECTRICALSUPPLIES, STEAMPUMPS, HOISTINGENGINES, Y/q\t AIR COMPRESSORS. AndHock Drills, FRASER^ CHALMERS. CHICAGO MININGMACHINERY. LC TRENT, Director and General Western Manager, SALTLAKE CITY, UTAH.HELENA, MONTANA. i.m. thornton, FIRE InsuranceAgency REPRESENTING JETSA. of Hartford,^ANULO-NKVADA. of San franc 1*00.^CALIFORNIA, of BAB Kraooisco,^COIUIKKCIAU of California,^MKEMANti VUKD, of OaUIorals,^HARTFORD, ofHAItfartl,^IMPERIAL, of London.^UVRltroOL sad LONDON sad ULOBlt,^LONDON A LANC AaUilia.^NATIONAL, of UsxUord.^NEW ZEALAND,^NIAGARA, of N^w Vors,^I'UOLMX, of Loodao.^UUKRN, of LivrrpooL^UNION, of Caufornta.^WRoTRRN. ollorouia. WH,L HOOK, Pmld.nl. AtARCts DALY, Vtse-rrset. tl.At, 1uubmu.\, CasRUr. FirstNational Bank -o- ANAC0NDA.MONT CAPITAU- $100.000 Barsad sstt Domestic aad Koreiirn Kxcnsti't*^and trsosaat a ^castal bsnkiru busloass,^Oollsciloos promptlY st tended lo. its-^CDanis draws sa London. sVlloburj,^WliSaow. Dublin, Belfast, Fans.^UAmburc, BsrliB snd all ins^awdins ciUss of aturopa. OOBAVBSroaOKKTS. amertcaaExcbsos* Nallonsl Hsnk... New York Bsiis,..Om:ih* .ban Kranriseo^UL-dSfl ..Butts llrli'US ....DstrLou*-* MontanaUniversity. UNIYERS'TYPLACE. NEAR HELENA FillTerm Opeos September 3, 1891. Courses^^! lustruction ^:. luil-ur i, t'ollssj*^rtrimritorv. a Business 4. NonnsL j,^Musis 's Art, slso lustruiUua to Coaasan RruiM'bes. AbioInstructors, ElegantBuilding, forest slue u^ is iu* I resident,^F. P. TOWER, A. M., D. O. CITY LiveryStable OmahaNational _ Hella,Fargo ^ Co Ilali National Bank Moss.Brownie* a Co Itsir usn t* NatiooAl Bank.^LaraMe Rraa a Oo Eitablished 1SS5.^^ + t^ YFitrpalrick ^ Strickfaden ANACONDA Real.Estate. Agency. IIRSTttm ANACONDA. UT Krai Kstate set I ntursne* Arents. llu-^IBCatrakstStColltciors aaa CoastyaaBsta A.W. McINTYRE, fROI'RlRIOR. Ascccisl trssler tuslnesa^rsnaseted. Vatst-dasssuiate and doubi* rf t*. tMuubus10 all tralas.^'Istspbons No. ^! 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