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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21, 1892.
7 MINESAND PROSPECTS! Croppingof lining lews Assembled1^From Yarioos Sources. THERICH COUER D' ALENES Developingthe Claims Near Mullan^-Ha Left 'Em In Bad Shape^^The Mammoth Near^Wallace. S|if-Uil('orroimiHlnu'h of the Standard. Mli.LAN.Iilalio. Jan. 1!).^TUo GrauM^Mining: company have renewed npci.itions^nn tlielr property on Chloride bill by adil-^iiiK h number of men to their working^force. They uill continue development^work limine tlic winter, unci by early^spring will Im- reacly to ship a largequail*^In of oie tliut i^ aeeuiiiulutiiiK at KM^mine. The(.cttyKbiirK Mining eoni|^any i^ to^^day BattMflf* up a part of their ImlebtedneKh^ittciirrtil by the peeuliar inaiiipnlationK of^the methodical llnalieier, C. L. Hathaway.^The t.cttt nlmru ciiinpall.t is ciiI|1|m^.c^I of^MM of tla* lies! biihinesK men of Spokane^nml the pro'ierty in one of the most prom-^iai iik of the famous Chloride bill group of^mines, hilt the afl'airs of the Gettysburg^eonipany hail at the start lieen put into^the hands of ('. L. Hathunay as manager,^mid he had a way fit taking ill all the^money be eon Id get from the eonipany and^paying n one of the bills incurred in work^^ing ibe mine. The workmen at the mine^waited so long for their money that pa^^tience ceased to be a virtue and Hathaway^was not died that if be did^not Keltic within 10 day* he would^lie forcibly reminded of it by a ^boost^^out of the gulch. This bad the effect of^bringing the |^ecilliar financier to time,^^Ml siillicicnl money was raised to pay^a pari of the indebtedness. Hathaway^^ill be remembered as the man^KiHtUen of by the Staniiahh's Hoisot'ity^corrcs|m^iident. w ho. during the trial of the^^Wallace Hlnck ease.^ used surh ques^^tionable methods at Boise in obtaining^money from a number of business men of^that city, and in settling his Ixianl bill at^the Capital hotel with a worthless check. Noneoi' the mines of this district have^lieeil effected by the recent wholesale^shut down of the C'oeurd'Alene mines.^And in fact it is Is licvcd that none of the^mines here will enter the )hjo1 against the^^ ailw ays. The Gold Hunter mill is still^mining out its regular amount of coiiccn-^tiates. and from what can lie learned by^ti e StaNDAKU'h oorrcaponileilt, will con^^tinue to do so without intermission.^Money is scarce here, but the |wy MM is^larger than most of the South l-'ork towns. IT IS IIK II OKK. .%NHfea itr|i^rt^i )^^ the Msiiuih.Hi Mine NearWallace. Sii|m'riutcnilentWilsoiiof the Miiiiiiuotli^mine infoitiied a Wallace. Idaho, /'/ess re-^|H^i1cr on Thursday last that a ledge had^been encountered the evcnitig before in^the lower tunnel, but suilicieiit progress^hail pot bci it made to determine the ex-^leM of the vein. Kromappearance it was^urn row. bin it might increase in width^with more work, as it did in places in the^u|i|M*r tniinel. Mr. Wilson brought down^a small sack full of line ere from^the new strike, and if there is not^an extensive ledge there is a aaan*a^ior quality of shipping ore. As soon as a^suilicieiit chanter is oxcavat ed an upraise^will lie made to connect with the winze^from the up|tcr tunnel. This will o|icn out^an ore ImmI.v nearly -t^ feet ill depth and^^^t' unknown length. The developments in^Ibis mine have a most important bearing^on the neighboring properties, and all^work is watched with interest. Twit ear^loads of ore from the npiier tunnel of the^mine hate lieen awaiting shipment for a^week, bill the raiiroiid companies mi'loo^deeply interested in snow banks to keep^track of ore shipments. THE NEW YORK MARKET. tlosing Otiotatlons for Metal* ami Mining 1stIH'kN, XmvYoi;k, Jan. aS. The closing quota^^tions for to-day BJBB1 AmericanPlay Altec Ailiillisi ail.... AP*p Amador belleIsle helelier Ilesl^. Helelier^lUnlle1 Rrtaasvlox iImlliir . 1 ^o ioiorsttoCea a if. tall ilanla. I.. II.^rrotvn Point....^i alotaila t 'on .^i on . i al. K VI. iolelils iiiiiiiiiiMiwea'.tli. lleltlHillle ItcathwHsl lairekat on FatherKeHniel. rrseiaes1 ItauM\ i urrv . I ^_^^^Hale \ Soivross 1 mi 1:a^t ;.-^^a nn^1 no^1 'ill^I tin I'-'S 1nn 4l.'t 1nn 1mi iim iHoataatake ti HornSilveis 75 Helena Usfysfca Illi|e|'liilel|i'e IronSilverI M Mevlian1 mi Mono Mutual ^! Ml.DiaMo- i Vi'mn'iiwcaltli (Marki4-t'^' Ann^I -no^1 .'in^a ft^3 Jit I4^^1 Iin^1 in tiplilr rasSaeatej I'lMIIOUtlt Inasal Phoenix,Ariz... Satay sieriHNevada.. Stamlanl Sutteri reek ^^Ismail Hopes..., s.M. I., v Tiiliuit'on 1 4o l\allowJacket.. 1 ID t'opper,iiu and l.eail. Xr.wYork, Jan. 'JO.--Copper TJnset-^tled: Luke, *m v^ 11. land - Weak; domestic. $4.16.^'J in Weak: straits, $P^.7:IV$. TinPlate Importer t'all*. Hoshin.Jan. L*^. -K. C. l)avcii|m^rt. im- ^^^porter of tin plate, sheet anil iron metal-^lias ass igneil. The liabilities are f JUO.iam.^of which about ttUI.OUl is due to Moored^t'o.. who are abundantly secured by tin^plan- imported in anticipation of the bene^^fits from raising the tilt plate duty under^the McKi nicy bill. Sj m tliarge^ of Kmherxlriiirnt. fi.n'i inna'i i. Jan. lit'. Warrants were is-^suikI liwlay for the arrest of t hat li s S.^Wcathcrly and W. A. Stevens at the in^^stance of ( lallin ^ Co.. New York, charg^^ing theni with the cinliezzliMUCUt of S7u.-^um. Wcathcrly and Stevens were the^dry J^^1- agents here fort'laflin A Co. Ata t ort one Teller's. li mn .loyeux FasseT'enti*. Sir,the charge w ill be half a crown If^1 am to tell you every thing. Hereis the money. Now. as a guaran^^tee for the future, tell me a little of my^|^st history. ^Nothingeasier. You bate been un^^happy in wedlock. Inever was married.*' Youhave hail false friends.' Allmy friends bate remained true to^this day. Imay \tr mistaken. You have traveled i^far and ^ide. Ihave neter liecn any farther than^the next village. Come,lot me sec y our baud : I shall he^itbb'to read more clearly. Vow 1 have it.^You hate lost motiet recently. Quitocorrect. I lost that half crow p I^gate you just now. Firstin Montana, Firstin Idaho, Firstin the New Northwest, TheStandard Firstin News, Firstin Circulation, Firstin the Hearts of the People. ChicagoIron Works. GAIL,BUMILLER ^ UNZICKER. BUILDERSOF GoldMills. Wot and Dry Cnttefciltf ^ilvcr Milk^Smelting .ttid C oncent rating Plants, Hoifttagand Pumping Works,^Cars, Cages. Skips, OreBuckets and Water BuckeU SELF-OILINBCAR WHEELS. CorlissEngines* Compound and Condensing Engi^I and Trainwa/i WesternRepresentative, TvlENNOUNZICKER. Butte,Montana. Ottetand Works, Hawthorn Ave. and Willow St.. Chicago. IlL THE STANDARD Firstin Attractiveness, Firstin Advertising Returns,^First in Everything that Pertainsto a Good Newspaper, TH6 STHNDHRD. W~^ V ^ Subscribefor it and you have all the news.^Advertise in it, and you reach the public. SHERMAN UNDERTAKER 125E.PARK ST. Prompt.uul i (in iciU attendance Wholesale ami retail dealer in U^- dHteken'Supplies. Bodies carefully cmbslmnd sad shipped toall parts oi the United .Mates and kurope.^LADY ASSISTANTS. OpenDay and Night. TelephoneNo. 57. Butte,Mont FRASERk CHALMERS, CHICRCO. L.0. TRENT,\ Suit Lake City, Utah, GeneralWestern Mnnnger, flli^lt^ua, Moutana. MININGMACHINERY, AndMncliinerv for the Systematic Reduction of Ores by Amul.ini.it ion, Concent rut ion, Smelt ing and Leaching.^euildfrs cl the HOMESTAKE, GRANITE MOUNTAIN. DRUM LUMMON.^ANACONDA, BLUE BIRD. LEXINGTON anj B! METALLIC^COMPANIES' RLDUCTION WORKS. nelatlnQBnglnaa, Osacsd anS Olrsat n ^* rq, Pro.pe.nng and Bsvslopmant Holsta.^^ ulldrrs of Improved Air Compressors and Wire Tramways,^Frue Vanning Machine* and fmbray Concentrator. -59ELECTRIC MOTORSt===r- BOLD WEijl'tPH AOITN I'9 TOR liidgerrjuood Hoisting Engines, aMi TUCKWIRE WORKS DOUBLE CRIHPEO MINING CLOTH. SlootrioXiiglit Plants, DiamondCor, Prospeatlng Drills. CONCENTRATION 7VVI LLS,^ELECTRIC ELEVATORS. finndBmt triU$ mud Comprtttort. Otis Eltratort. Knomlti Pumpt, ffesf tltmtr%^XIHGSLAND i OGUCUS SAW MILLS.^9HAY PATENT LOCOMOTIVES. VMIonsAI t A\l^ liKT Ml. IIKAI.KU IN FmeKentucky Bourbon and Rye . . . -x-WHISKIES* ChoicestWine- and Brandies for Family and Medicinal use TheLargest, Finest and Cheapest lineof CIGARS. Afull line of BarGlassware, Etc.,Htc. Good*delivered free ia any part of the city. Give me a call ttd Irymy yood*