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Sheridan promises now to be'tlie great of the Summit Valley mining dis \\> say promises, though the brilliant !f „I its earlier indications lias bee»;al - m ,,. a than fulfilled. We have now in (S(Hi |on four buttons, eaeli reduced grammes of pulp, by au essayer in fl > have perfect confidence. One of nitons gives an average ot 2,000 of silver, and a quantity of gold, to The other three show an average to ■ of about $000 in gold and silver. Willi Mulls before eur eyes, we do not feel j i„ refiaining from expressing the I that the Sheridan is a veritable lo. onlay at a depth of only forty feet sav leriuiens of ore were taken ont showin ,bl, The shaft is now down 05 feet, I, of the ledge is sixteen feel. Just oftlie ledge already uncovered there is which is larger, and is probably the Icke. At ihe depth of twenty-five feet have been run, east twenty feet and tv feel. At these points the vein is six feet in width, with three feet of pay tragm? 800 ounces to the ton. At the of forty feet drifts have bom run twen ft. east and west,;sbowing an eight,foot w ith pay ore four feet wide, assaying on from three to four hundred oune tlie depth of 75 feet a drift of 00 feel, Local News E Sl)\Y, NOVEMBER 22, 1881. From but day's Dally. mining review. l0 ca at Summit Valley Mining District During the Week Ending November 10 , 1881 . n run, uncovering a ledge 14 feet with live feet of pry ore running from a four hundred ounces to the ton, the ledge assaying over 100 ounces. At itom of the shaft the ledge is over six ■et in width, with a large body of wa liacliinery will be ordered at once, to a greater depth. s afternoon a meeting of the trustees fikers will be lHd, the charter having ! yesterday. THE MOUNTAIN CONSOLIDATED, ssrs. Read & Clark of this city have just ed tlie certificates of the stock of the main Consolidated mining company, in irated under the laws of Montana, fliese jedes were engraved by tlie Kendall Note Company of New York, and am il in a book containing stubs, allowing limber of tlie certificate, date of issue tesidence of the holder. The capital the Mountain Consolidated mining v is..';4,000,000, divided into 400,000 if a par value of ten dollars eaeli. i ■, ure unassessabie and are transier Ihe books of tlie company, nuwiy formed organization is con ng operations on a very large scale, most thorough and busi like maimer. James A. Talbot is the nt, and U. 8. Clark the Secretary, mpany owns a number of valuable in this District, and propose to devel 1 at once. Tlie Mountain, Burnet, ilo and Lowville claims belong to them, parts of a remarkable conformation main vein di meut propos' eep, and then crosscut north to the vein eral levels. Tlie peculiarity of the vein it there seeius to ha two ilifierent forina tjmg side by side aud composing one inuous vein. The upper one ot these •tiens is rieli in silver, while clinging to oot wail of the silver vein is a very rich ■ formation. The Mountain Cotuoli lias already let contracts to tlie amount >0,000 for buildings aud machinery. Next ig they propose t> build a forty-stamp Work will bo begua to morrow on tlie , which is toj lie in three compartments, twelve-inch timbers. Contracts have been let for putting up large lioistin - is,'wo 80-horse-power boilers, aud a large which is now en route from San The grading for tlie shaft-house, has been in progress for some time, and k will lie pushed steadily through the ........----- - lips to the south, and the j stl se to sink a shaft some 200 , now ment» last from body was about This now, three Mr. the ore, ing liai to the will ord down. A the level. live of Tlie was suits. in feet good case, tlie pow hand drills only nisli soon in it tute this 200 j i ! a ! of ] I ! j ll'ISCO. TUB ANSELSIO. o sinking has been done in the Aoselmo une lime past, hut work ha» progressed dily iu all the levais. Since the shah toed tlie depth of 350 feet development teen going on, prosecuting east and west • oftlie 350 foot level, wlide stopiug Ins inued vigorously from tlie upper levels ». The east drift on the 350 foot level is !00 feet I row the west shaft, showing a foot body of ore, which avera; i<*«c„. About a week ago tlie ure I» loO lek at a distance of about 170 feci c.i,. the west shaft, .ml has been lolloweu »dily ever since. On tlie 300 foot level Hug is going busily od, aud a great deal of '• being taken out, averaging 100 oune».-. >ry twenty-four hours some eight tons ot •re taken from the Anselmo, One hun 1 and fifty tons ot first class ore have just n seut from tlie dump to the Silver Bow | i,and there are nt pres -nt on_ the dump is 250 tons of second class and 70 tons of i class ore. TUB BKLl.E OF UUTTB. be important development made iu this ! « during the past week has already been j finned in the Mikek. The shaft is now 'll ItiO feet, and tlie rich ore body, found j • three day» ago, vti struck on the Hirt ; l«vel iu tlio south crose-cut, some six or bt feet from tlie shaft. The vein has al y been out into the depth of six feet at j poiut, ibowing a continuous body of d promising ore, with the other wall »ot >n sgfit. Some sped mens of rub, and | bnonlal silver from this mine were yetter r r, class, anu is p. j stl ., K . k oa l)ie , )lllv <, rizw ],, ls brought to the Minuit efflee. A station is now being put in at the 100-foot level. THE UOllNINO STAB. This is another oue of the mines of this district in which most gratifying develop ment» have been made since the Minkk's last weekly report, in the winze running from the one to the two hundred foot level a body of rich ore some thirty-two inches wide was uncovered a day or two ago, at a point about 80 feet below the 100-toc! level. This ore averaged 58 ounces to the ton, and is now, on tlie lower level, found to bo fully three feet wide, and of a uniform richness. Mr. Faraday, is now endeavoring lo op n up the lead thoroughly, anil tools of course, highly eluted, lie never wai afraid of not finding fine ore, hut was agreeably surprised at discover ing it before reaching tlie main shoot, which liai no' yet been tapped. This is supposed to be about 125 feet west from the shaft on the 2U0 foot level. Tu-iuor ow operations will he slopped in this "dear I tile winze," in ord r to sink a sump from the 225-foot level down. Three » lifts of men w it be worked couiianiiy. THE MOULTON. A latgebody of ore lias be«n uncovered, in the pail few days, on the four-hundred foot level. This ore body averages about sixty ounces, and shows a pay sticak from four to live inches wide. It was found at a distance of only fourteen feet west, on the center vein. Tlie east drift on li e four-hundred foot level j was staited yesterday. Raising is still pro- | grossing on the 200 -fuot level with good re-j suits. Tlie cast drift on the 800-foot level is in about 120 feet, being now only about 80 feet west from the Alice line, and showing good ore. Tlie air compressor lias been used in the j Moulton for tome time almost exclusively f or ventilation. This is ueeesjary until more connections are made, and this being tlie case, it lia, beon found impracticable to run tlie power drills with the air compressor. Contractors gel $5 pet foot for work with pow r drills, and from $7 to $8 per foot with hand drills. The compreaior will run six drills when used far that purpose only, and when its full force was used for this purpose only it is calculated that, the company saved some $54 per day. Work on tlie foundation f >r the new Uorit nisli pump is progressingjnight and day. As soon as it is finished it will require but. little i.ine lo set the pump in position. The foun dation is made oflirne and Portland cement, in the proportion of one part of lime to ten of cement. The preparation hardens as soon as it can be put in. and is an admirable substi tute for cut stone THE ORIGINAL. But little if any change is to be reported in this mine. .Sloping is going steadily on in the 200 foot level. Ore recently taken out has been very good. the Alice. UJiu the Alice but. itltie variation is to be uo ticed from one week to auotuer. if it were a new bonanza or a played out mine, sharp changes might he observed. As it is, work is going oil steadily on ail tlie levels, and the usual quantity of ore is being taken out daily of the usual average value. THE MAGNA CHARTA. A rich development inis been made in the Magna Charta since last week. About 20 tons of high grade ore have been taken out ] from the 300-foot level, 'file shaft is now I down 810 feel, in tl.e cross-cut south on tlie ! 200-foot level a live to 4 vein was uncovered j about 80 fe t from tlie shaft. This ore is first class, ami is part oftlie same vein which was 300-foot level. The Howland not been in operation for sev oial days, on account of a deficiency of wati r for its pans and settlers. It will require a good deal of pipe, and considerable time and trouble to bring water over from tlie Alice in the meantime the pulverizer must take i rest. Six tons of ore were ruu through it in about twelve hours just before the water sup ply gave on THE STEVENS Work is progressing smoothly on all the levels. The ore uncovered in the east and west drifts oflhe 200-fool level is about the sa ne as it has be en for some time. Opera tions were begun yesterday sinking the old west shaft, in which work was slopped on ac count of water some six weeks ago, 200-foot level, in the shaft, a east to meet til" west drift level in the main shaft. drift will he run on tlie 200 foot Oa the )ot-tor ue Froye. i.ate surgeon F. army, late professor oi surgery and dean of faculty, S. 4. Cal., caifnow he consulted at his office,West Park Street, (next door to old post-otlice build HP» late residence of Frank Be Uveen Main street and the bridge, votes special attention to the cun chronic diseases ami to those complicated or obstinat' ah diseases rious fernab placed tli ek,) b> He de ? of all delicate, r; a iso to |he nervous system and tlie va compiaints. Those who have iielves under tlie treatment of pretenders or sui disant, physicians, from whose treatment they have received no eiie lj or who even may have aggravated their I mil's are cordially invited to consult ihe H-ioi.Vvh". by ' t 'es experience ill the various hospitals of Eu "l-e vl'aris, \ mmin ami Berlin) has suee-. ded in curing many ca.-es pronounced incurable by Call on or addreis, O o Ï li K V1 M. Ï BUTTE CITY, M. T. !'. O. Box 288, Ollioe : Xexl In | i ! j j ; or at j now one of | ro.ms a Mr Mi „„ t0 Bnlle finish. W •*> : \\ < st Hark Street. ,r to the old Post ofHce'buihltng, late if Frank Keek. Hoi us: 10 a - "»• to 4 !'• a l" ! 0 lo f the evenin'*. undavs from H» a. m. t" . o'clock p. m. only Consultai ions FKKK. Consultations in ail modern languages Li g lish, Français, Dentseh, Espafiol, lulmim, dc. Mr. J. U. Ming, the ealtle king of Mon ti).:!, arrived from Helena yesterday. Mr. Ming was at one time secretary oflhis Territo ry when Virginia City was Us capital. He is î of the largest real estate owners iu Helena, aud is about completing a residence thsre, for himielf, which contai ns twenty-two nd is palatial dimensions an.i r a i in Î © I t -w b. _ ~ 2 a n a h a ? 5 Fred are: i j M j of I She i at ! i East H < : Neio las J. U. M. ter, H — - TUE GIFT DKAWING Lust Night at Old Goad Templars' Hall. ac TliiMlrawingof prizes in the distribu tion of Lion City real estate took place last night at old Good Templars' Hall. The room was filled with ticket-holders, from whose number a committee was chosen to preside over tlie drawing of tickets from each of the two glass wheels. The latter were some eight inches in thickness, and about thirty inches in diameter, and each contained a number of pasteboard tickets equal to tlie whole number of tickets sold. The paste board tickets in t e first wheel were numbered from one to two thous and. Those in the second wheel were either blanks or prizes. At tlie first wheel Messrs. Holland & Canovun, of Glendale, and Joseph A. Hyde and Frank Bosworth, of Hutte, were in charge, little Dooley Jacobs, who was blindfolded, drawing the tickets from the wheel. The committee at tlie second wheel consisted of Dr. F. 1C. Gleason, Captain O'Meara, and Messrs. Davy 'helps, J. C. Baker and Frank Carey, young Mendelsohn also blindfolded, do tlie drawing. Me srs. II. C. Bod ley and A. C. Witte, were recording tellers, to whom the numbers drawn were com municated by Mr. J. lb Wilson. When No. 21 was drawn from the tlrst wheel, it was called aloud, and the blindfolded hoy at tiie second wheel put in his thumhund pulled out a plumb —ora blank, as the case might he. Dur ing the early part of the evening but few prizes were drawn. As each num ber was taken from the first wheel it was marked down by the recorders. The ticket hearing the number ('27 drew the capital prize valued at 810,000, and is supposed to lie held in Helena. The fourth prize of a house and lot, valued at 8-500, was drawn by ticket No. 340. The sixth prize, a house and lot, valued at $300, was drawn by ticket No. 1287. At this point the drawing was continued till to-niglu at the same place. There are remaining to he drawn, the second prize, valued at $3,200; the third prize, valued at $1,500: the iifth, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth, each j valued at $300 As the greater majority of the numbers drawn last night hap pened not to hit on the prizes, there is a I greater probability that holders of tick the I ets not yet drawn,and purchasers of those j l'he alii lor sale to-day by Mr. Tarbell, will c I out at the large end of the horn. oi j ; ; de all to va of ihe the T. Newspaper Enterprise. The Butte Minek is making preparations j to issue an immense newspaper on New Y ears, j which will be of gieal valu« to the people of j Montana and a source of impôt tant im ■ ma j lion to people all over tlie country, bave a resume of tlie business ol 1 particular and of all portions of Montana. One feature will ne the large number ot eu graving« which will appear m this i day H. T. Brown, one of the own paper, went East for the purpose Diese engravings made, and he e aim photographs am! tira sings lie. To- j s of the 1 !' having ! ri-s wi t: of ah"Ut late . g dc. Mr. is iu an.i « ill tiav IC.VS of mim a», building., et , . Ii. !,.■>' s > 1 Bulle c: '>■ sie « The • e L.r ac; ai 1 lie i ut. ,1 Pilot crest ot Ogdon amt the surrounding i country tribhua <0 ti »> Junction i ity, and i f out titiz ei.s vfi.i extei a that aid a"' d assistant'" win, h they stl.iuld and wiii di it i> their bwii personal int crest to do. the New Year's j l 1 îlot will I® a p aper of w hielt i mr citizens w il! be proud and it vvil du a v as t amount of good in behalf of this city. This service cannel he reuaereu vo ou. citizen» miles, our efforts are sided by them *—Ogden Pilot Sob. 14. We all have te struggle manlully in tlie tide, and some vf us almost lloat away and are found with feeble breath; hut tlie Loid will provide. Of the man wlio i» true to him self it can be stid, as of eld it was said of Asher. "Thy shoes shall heot iron and brass, and as thy days, so shall thy strength be. PERSONAL. Messrs. A. Lord, Joseph Sabourant and Fred Gonyon, arrived yesterday morning from Quebec, Canada. Among the late arrivals at the Centennial are: W. Martin, Boulder; Elijah Page, Fourth ofJu!y;J.J. Planner, Deer Lodge; James Goodwin, Deer Lodge, M su Kiltie Eastman, sister of Mrs. Ferris of Dillon, returned house yesterday morning. She has been spending a few days in Butte, at tlie residence o: Mrs. Clias. Warren. Mia. Titos. L. Naptno and children went East Moi day, and will he at Warreusburg, | Johnson c unity, Mo., during the winter Neio North li est, -Vor. 18. Among (lie recent arrivals at llie St. Nicho las Hotel are : Geo. VV. irvin, Doer Lodge ; J. O. Everson. Warm Springs; Thus. F. Hall, Omaha; II. 11. Harkuess and E. P. Coleman, U. & N. R. R ; H. G. Ward, Deer Lodge; B. M. DuRell, Glendale; J. II. Ming, J. <4. Vaw ter, Helena. Produce Market Report. Butte, November 19, 1881. l'he following are the wholesale pire n alii by merchants anil hotel keepers for the commodities enumerated, delivered from the wagon. Price list carefully collected every Saturday: Flour,Ruby Valley,XXYX, $4.00 per owt. " Mill Creek, XXXX, $4.00 " " Gallatin, $4.50 per cwt. I'nion Mills New Process Cream ot the Valley, $0.00. Union Mills XXXX Snowflake, $4.00. Utah Common, $t.09. Utah, choice, $4.00. Flour, Shogo, $0.50. Graham, $4.50. Wheat, per lb., 2^ cent3, fair demand. Oats, $2.00, $2.00. Batter, per lb., 35 to 50 cents. Eggs, per dozen, 30 to 40 cents. Corn ireul, 5 to 0j cents Beet, on foot, 4 c Beets, 3 j, cell s per tb. Hay per ton, $80.00 $85; in demand. Cheese, 18 to 20 cents. Barley, $2 75 per hundred. Dried beans, Montana, seta. Mutton. 4 cents per pound. Pork, dressed, 12 cents per pound. Veal, 7 cents per pound. Chickens, $9.00 to $12.00 per dozen. Wood. $7 -to $8 pc-cord, in demand. P.utahacas 2-. I'O'.a'-.es 2 e. new. Venison, 0 ccnis. A CARD. Having closed tlie blench of our business for merly conducted by Harney Levy i" Philips burg and Butte, ad parties owing us wilt settle with Wm. Coleman, Peer Lodge, or .Samuel Lewis. Butte. Nooneelseis authorized to re ceipt torn*. WM. DOLE .\t AN A CO. lljiiovdiitwl j BET GOODS. DRYGOODS. The MAMMOTH STOCK of FASHIONABLE BUY GOODS is now shown by ihe Leading Central Dry Goods House of S-AGNIDS «Sc HOYCE. This Exhibition comprises the Choicest and most Elegant stock of Fine Goods ever shown in the West, to which is daily added the late novelties as they appear in Eastern Markets. NAM>S & BOYCE. CLOTHING. CLOTHING. Choice lines of Fine Custom Made Clothing, Consisting of English, French and Scotch Worsteds , Fancy Cassimeres, Diagonal, lricot,and West of England Broad Cloth, full dress; Bright Cut stylish Cutaways and Business Sack and Frock Suits. O TEUCO A TS, in Fine Fur, China Wolf, Buffalo, Blanket and fine dress Overcoats. Ulsters, Ulsterettes for men and Boys' wear. SA> T I>S «V- BOYCE CARPETS. CARPETS. CARPETS. j j j j Locely new" c dcsigns in fine Velvet, Aux.ninster, Moquette, English Body. Tapestry, Three-Ply, Jngrain, and standard grades of medium and low-priced Carpets, together with a full assortment of Mattings, Oil Cloths, Shades, Curtains. Laces, Ucps, Cornices, Stair Bods, Upholstery and House Furnishing Goods, Feathers, Ticks, Comforts, Blankets, W_A.lV I >S «V 120 V O J j 1 ! Tt T k»€!Ii, I B QtI L DER HOT SPRINGS. to of /r*3a mm Sj- ' v - « Til A -V/ BUTTE M&in Street, BAKERY, - &ei£W( Park. Authorized City Titae-Keeperi. Dealers ir fine of These springs^aii' situate of Bon hid C ty, Jelld'aitu stage road running from Their curative properties can by I'.uudreds who :;ve 1 1 i CiiKiiNie Dysfkpsia, N'm AKUH, Envsii'i..vs, UitiN'Auv i'ompi. v. ; vs Fksialk Comi*la\n is and General l)eh uiy they cannot be excelled by any in the coun try. Th se desirous of using electricity in connection with tlie waters can be aecommo- i dated by a practical electrician who resides at the Springs. First class hotel account ioda tions on the grounds. JAMES E RILEY, Families .Supplied with SSi'end. Cakes Fies a ad Faeiiäiy Groceries. l Ball Parties FumiBhed with p a.ncv & Ornamental Pastry O.V SHOUT SO TICK, !.. Ill BRDCKMAN, CLOCKS, ETC-, ETC., EASTERN PRICES SCOTT Ml ' V L ::IC3 LODGE, HOUSE, STREET, • MONTAS A A ttnf 101 of Gold Wut »teel »speciaclea and Kyc-Gla»*®*. Having supOiier facilities, wc guarantee] 1rs : lass work in watch renairlng. Orders hy Mail Solicited Board per dayfft. (Single Meals »-SAMISCOTT, Proprietor. Dit. Jon 126, BLe: 1 ropnetor. SsepdAw.f. Mn Of Interest to the Public. E.L. BONNER & CO. Have to-day issued the following Price lust for the benefit, of their customers at a distance. They dis p'ay the Largest Stock, Greatest Variety, and the following prices .rill be found the lowest in Montana 50 pieces 'California Scarlet T willed Flannel at 50c per yard. 100 doz. Children's Wool Hose, from 12c per pair. Ao endless variety ot Ladies Merino Underwear from 75c each. All sizes iu childrens Merino Vests and Drawers 0-4 Water Proofs, from 75c per yard. We offer v00 Ladies' aud Children' Cloaks and Dolmans, Newest styles and magnificently trimmed, at Eastern retail prices. A New invoice i f Ladies Suits just received, fro® $to $75 eaeli Nubias, Ladies and Children's Hoods, Leggings, Mitis, Glove«, Yarns, Aud all descriptions of Woollen Goods at Extremely Low. Ill Clothing \ Furnishing Goods Our Stock is Uuusually Complete, and many decided bargains are now etfered 350 Men's Heavy Winter Overcoats, at $7.50 each. 200 doz. Lined and Unlined Duck Goods, at bedrock prices. 150 Boys' Overcoats, at $5 eaeli. 100 doz. Men's Heavy Wool Sock*, at Ï5c per pa Men's Fine Dress ami Business Suits, Latest Styles Now Opened. 500 pairs California Blankets, from $5 per pair. $100 baleB comforts at $1.50 each. Largest Lot Childrens' Clothing In the City, at Lowest Prices, Wens' and Bays' Winter Caps', Wool Scarfs, Lined Gloves, mitts, and aEl kinds FIIPoNISHOTO' O-OODS at drices which will be found the lowest In Montana ! E. L. BONNER & CO.