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ABOUT THIS STORY MAN IN BELLEVUE HOSPITAL RE FUSES TO WORK AND WILL NOT EVEN TALK OF IT. FIFTEEN LANGUAGES ARE TRIED WITHOUT EFFECT Efforts Are Being Made to Get a Korean or anu Esquimaux in the Be lief That the Mysterious Individual May Understand Those Languagcs In Hospital Since Labor Day. fI a ; Si1mt1 Ii tie -,.1 Ne;uw Y rl, S.; .t. .3 lh.i i* Bellevue hospital anI llicials of the ('11l door poor de:iartiinr t are ,i e:llv mnysti fied over the conduct of a nii. wvl,o w:s taken to thei hospital on I.abir day sit.e:r ing from italariai, l . l le , nt s.occn a word since arriving Ilhre. It vwas as sunled the patient was a f ,reioner, anll an effort was male to hit .pnt .omie lil guage lie couII ll uhIersIlnai . tline after another was tri e. l iit. ten diteretlcrt tongues were turned oil hin v. ithint Iel ct. Finally the sign language of deaf imutes was brought into play, but the mran evi dently undcerstood what was going on anll merely shook his head. Will Not Work. The illness had passed away ani some dislposition had Io be made of the patient, so lie was turned overr o the poor depart ment, ]here an effort was madlll to pIut him to wiork. A pail and scrub brush were placed in his hads, and sigins were made that he shoinl scrub the floor. lie shrugged his shtoulers wearily, laid the articles on the floor and resumed his seat. Efforts are leing ianle to get Koreans and Eskimos to talk to him, as nearly everything else has been tried. Evidently the man is a recent arrival In the country, and how ihe got past the itm migration oflicials is a mystery. PHILADELPHIA IN DRY DOCK Noted Cruiser Has Been Ordered Out of Commission. il Assrcaioit Ar I ul lar . Seattle, Sept. 25.-The cruiser P'hila delphia was put out of commission at the Puget Sound navy yard yesterday on tele graphic order from the navy department. It is considered the cruiser will be in or dinary for about a year. Extensive repairs are ordered which will result in her remaining above the water. Her decks will be cut down to the main deck, and every section of machinery and rigging is to be overhauled and replaced when necessary, Work is to begin at once. To Increase Cuban Army. Hlavana, Sept. 25.-President I'alma will soon call a meeting of the oflicers of the Cuban army to consider the imime diate increase of the artillery corps to 500 men. This will lie done with a view to replacing the American solhliers now guarding the Cullban coasts. YELLEK DOCTORS sure All ehronic Diseases of Men and Women. N. E Corner Broadway and Montana Streets. DR. T. G. HEINE SpoclliUst Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases of men and women. Office 104 and 1os Pcnnsylvania block, WV. Park street. Office tel., 899A. Residcnce 6s6 S. Montana street. 'Phone 721M. Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds We colicit your trade..j$.$ Telephone 547. OffIce and Yards, Iron Street, t cf Arizona St., Butte. Penlanently removed. Also birthmnarks, smallpox pits, moles, red veins, sears, ee. sema, acne, blacklheas, livcr spots, freckles, tan, etc. MISS E. W. HAROLD, 68 W. Broadway. Ofice, 3o, The Argyle. Mining News ECONOMIC THEORY OF FLAT COAL BED SHAFTS Well Known Authority Discusses One of the Important Phases of Mining Engineering. Thei lot issue of thile Enilugielrriing andI Mining Journal, which la:s just mnade its aplpearalnce, is an intcrestini nuItiber that S('rllminlin(lls itself faviorably to all persons inthe,teld in miniing literatuire. One of the inlter(tinlg (contlribultions is enititled "Thel IEonomic 'Thery of Shifts and Slopes fir ilat Coal l; Is." This article is writtenll by E. Ilrci ltt, a well known authority ion the engin.eiiug phae ofi ,ininlg. RICH DISTRICT IN ARIZONA Report on Clobe Copper Tract Made to II. S. Geological Suivey. ;I ln.in ufi ., M:niu g J .ufll. ] Ir'. F. I.. Ians:ome his just completedc a cmlprehensive re(lport oi the( geology and ile d pl,i sits of lIhi (;lobe r.ipper district, Ais iloi, for the I'(nitl S. thM s geological nirvey. Thelr i,.ini i's disse. ti , by a re mnlllarkabl e tllll us of faulllts, (If various gol~o i:c a".eu,,:unI l tihe occurrell ce ] t. f of the ores is relate.( tf simie of the ohhlr of these li ut.l'. The coplpecr ores hitlherto llined in thlie lirtrict have been xiIlizedl and arc ons.lellllenlly free filom slphll r, but the cx ploitation of the deeper sulphide ores is yet in its iifancy. 'ITh district has producedl ill tile ighbolrhooI of I l l,fi,ln,fo pounllIs of coppier. The gr;eater part of this outlltput 15has rimfle froml lthe (Old I)oninionl Mine, PATAGONIA LOOKS GOOD TO GERMAN COLONISTS Prominent Editor Advises Teutons to Go to South American Country and Assimilate in All. rfY ASOCIAEl I PRI SS. lierlin, Sept. 25.-ilerr Alemann, editor of the Argentinische l'agehlatt, whlici is the principal German newspaper in Ar genltina, has Ibeen selected by the German comllmercial leaders at hluenos Ayres as delehgate to the German colonial contgress. llerr Alcmann htas written views on Ger man colonization which are attracting at teltioin here and whitch will become the subject of discus.,ioJl at the next con gress. "The Germans," says Ilerr Alemann, "nIust go first where they can rqtain their language and custoIms; secondl, where Ger man trade will profit by the settlement; third, to the country having the climlate most simnilar to that of Germany. All these conditions are fulfilled in Patagonia, which Ihas three-fold the area of Germany and only 1,50oo Juropean ln Ihabitanfts. 'The Indians are dying out and Germins going there can remain Ger lans.. 1113n_ _ NATIONAL IRRIGATION AT COLORADO, SPRINGS There Will Be a Four-Days' Session and a Large Attendance-Outline of the Program. u11 AnssOIIATnED lRl S,.i Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. 5.- l'reliminiary arrangemients for the pro gram of the four-days' session of the National Irrigation congress have just been coinpleted and are now announiced for the first time, Secretary McClurg of the chambiler of colnmmerce receiving a tele grain front President Thonmas Walsh at Washlinlgton yesterday. The following is a "skeleton" uplon which will be built the program in detail. After the oplening exercises there will lie addresses by senlators, congressilen and governors. A reception will lie tendered President Walsh and the delegates biy the chamber of commerce at the Antlers hotel at 6 o'clock in the evening. Tuesday evening will be devoted to a general program and to a discussion on forestry. Tuesday evening there will ie an illustrated lecture on recent irriga tion and Rocky mountain scenery. Wcdnesday there will be a discussion of the national irrigation act by leading experts and lawyers. Thursday the congress will act on the resolution anid the closing exercises will be held. .TO_CONFIERQN OURMESAGE Austria and Roumania Will Pay Some Attention to Hay's Note. [BY Assors.rE4 ruini:ss.] Vienna, Sept. 25.-The Roumnanian lin ister of foreign affairs, M. Brataino, is coming to Vienna to consult the Count Goluchowski, Austro-Hungarian minister of foreign affairs, concerning the note ad dressed by Secretary of State John Hay of the United States, to the signatories of the Berlin treaty with regard to the Jews in Roumania. King Charles of Roumania will also reach Vienna shortly on his way to Bucharest, but lie is not expected to have an interview with Emperor Francis Joseph. Siam's Crown Prince's Visit. Washington, Sept. 25.-The Siamese minister, Phyla Akaharaj Varadhara, ac comlpanied by Edward H. Loftus, secre tary of legation, yesterday conferred with Assistant Secretary of State Pierce, re specting the forthcoming visit to the United States of Chofa Mada Vajariavudh, crown prince of Siam. The visit will be unofficial in character. which has for years been working bodies of oxidized ore found in limestone occurring by the side of a strong fault. During the presenlt season Dr. Ransome is to continue the investigation of the copper deposits of Arizona by undertaking a detailed geologi study of the Ilisbee district, in which is the will known Copper Queecn mine. nScreenings. 'JThe Gagloll property of this city is prod.wling :hboult .',ooo tonls of ore mlonthly, a better record than ever in its hiistory. The cost of production, counting rll exlpenses charged tip against the mine, is h'"s than $1.75 peir tonl, mAined.l. 'I lie (:liiiix Irolp'litv 20 miles south wvct.t of l:tIltt, i.er Feeley sttnlion, slhiplitg to the Co(lorailo smelter ore a,;ilyiit -6 ottii cv., of silver and $to in thil. Frank licvi. is working the prop erty. The East Pacific mine, near Winston, owned by It. A. Bell of Ihelena is under option to Eastern people. The mine has a record of more than $500,0oo in divi dends fromn first-class ore shipped to the smelters. A large accInnulation of second class ore now onl the dumilp awaiting a mill is estimated to have a valule of $0oo,ooo. A conlcentratinlg mill, with a daily ca pacity of so tons, will be erected in the near future. The miitie is opened up by four tunnels, TutitIel No. 4 hieing 2,800 feet long and opelting iup the tlad at about the loo-feet depth. TREASURY DEPARTMENT RECEIVING INDEMNITY Spanish Government Resumes the Pay ment of Indemnity Under an Old Treaty. llYu ASSOCuIAiAu D I '|ci os.i Waslhinlgton, Sept. 25.--'l'he treasury departmnctt has begun distributing $a8,5oo, the suttl received from the Spanish gov crtmlent as one of the annutal payments of indemnity due under the treaty of 18H.j. The continuation of these pay mentsi is regarded as a imarked evidence of the high sentse of Ilonor cherished by the Spanish people in mneeting all obliga tion. About 8S8, sonic Amnerican merchant ships were seized and destroyed by Span ish naval ships, anld when the matter was brought before a tribunal an award was made in favor of the American citizens for their losses. The principal was con verted by a curious Spanish method into a perpetual rentes, and the Spanish gov ernmlletlt has mlet the interest on these with great regularity ever since the treaty of 1834. Ity a rule of interest law, war abso. lutely extinguishes, treaties previously existinsg between the principals, but the Spanish government did not regard itself as thus relieved by the recenlt war with the United States, and the only discom fort to which tile scrip holders were sub jicted was a slight defermelint of two pay ilelnts during tile war. HURRY HOOPER YOUNG TRIAL Inquest Now Being Held in Jersey City -He Is Identified. [i' ASSOIAIrbOD IR.ss.J New York, Sept. 2,.-William lloopcr Young's trial for the murder of Mrs. l'ulitzer is being pushed with exceptional speed in the district attorney's offlice. De tails will be laid before the grand jury at the earliest possible mnoment. Statements on that end of the case are now being taken and will probably be presented to the October grand jury as soon as that body is sworn in. The examination before Magistrate Mayo is set for" September 30. The inquest into tile death of Mrs. Annie Pulitzcr was begun last night in Jersey C I'. The New York district attorney's office was represented and William v'. Shart was present to watch the interests of William Hlooper Young, who is undet arrest for the crime. Nothing important was brought out at the brief session. The case went over until October 8. The latest development in the case is the identification last night of Young as the man who bought the trunk containing the clothes of Mrs. Pulitzer. The dealer who sold the trunk identified Young as the pur chaser after looking at photographs of the prisoner. PREACHER SWAPS RELIGIOUS Rev. Frank Powell Will Seek Admission to the Unitarian Church. [Inv ASSOCIATED PRESS.] San Francisco, Sept. 25.-Rev. Frank Powell, pastor of the First Christian church, states itn explanation that he has become a convert to the Unitarian faith. After preaching here next Sunday lie will go to Salem, Ore., where he will officiate in a Unitarian pulpit. Later he will attend the Unitarian con ference in Portland and seek admission Into the Unitarian society. GERMANY'S INDIA STATION William Increasing His Power in the West India Islands. aBy ASSOCIATED 'PRSS.] Berlin, Sept. as.-Germany's new naval station in the West Indies has grown so important that an admiralty staff officer has been attached to the squadron com. manded by Commodore Scheder. The ap. pointee is Captain von Levetzow. A SUCCESSFUL EXPEDITION It Is Claimed the Sverdrup Expedition to Greenland Accomplished Much. l[Bt ASSOCIATED PrI:SS.] Christiana, Norway, Sept. as.-A letter from Sir Clement S. Markham of the Royal Geographical society (England) Is published here, declaring that Capt. Otto Sverdrup's was the most successful yet undertaken for the exploration of Green land, surpassing all that had been accom plished by Kane, Hayes, Hall, Greeley and Baldwin cmblned. He believes it will be productive of the most valuable results, since the time of Sir John Franklin, as the expedition covered 3,ooo miles of land, of which z,Soo was newly-discovered land. wsND 100 .PAGE BOOK FREE !o S ... SUFFERERS FROM CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON WE CURE QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY. Our patlerts cured 15 years ago by our Oet Discovery, anknown toIn the profession, arc to-day sound and well, and have healthll children ince we curedthem. Prlma .lb.l-ndary Ttian y Cured in 15 to 85 Days You"e or the same price, under the same iuara.. If you preferto cornm to Chicago, we will contract to pay railroad fare and hotel blls, man uo chanr i wef all to cure. IF YOU HiAVE r oIrcn wrlh i~odide potsnL"lo . M sel es h avedy J r aisn, a huoouls any portoa the bodiy,]hail 01 eyrebrrows ]auinl grt, I t I tIooodaiy BLOOD POISON WE GUARANTEE TO CURE We goll ltthe mostebetlot.tl',b aow M hd a oae tlte wod f tor ea. we annotr.r.. .Thils dlue.s I, a ways Iafflod Use IllI t ee m physialaO la , PO ltM bolnad our uncond lucnalga .ntf, 1DONETNWADOT T IT eAlL entinO. We hMoutheO aenre. Abmolute4 ., ilsn ble rOO ot e ado. Il oa, For II yre.. o troavr t no dlsnan-4 uon BalonoPoison OiwepotUtlscure tostayoured. COOK REMEDY CO., ass Masonio Temple, Chicago. r SVEND CARLSON, 4 South Mait Excursion to California. September 3oth, October 1st and and the Oregon Short Line will sell round trip tickets to San Francisco, going and re turning same route, $53.oo Going via Og den and returning via Portland, or vice versa, $68.50. lTo Los Angeles, going and returning same route, $C7.9o. Going via Ogden and returning via Portland or vice versa, 81.40o. Tickets limitel for return until Novem Ir 15th with stop'over privileges. Remember the Ogden route is 23 hours the quickest and make sleeping car reser vations now, Short Line City Ticket Office, ros North Main street, Butte Mont. H. O. WILSON, General Agent. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at No. 9 East Granite street, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transac tion of the business of said estate, in the county of Silver Bow, state of Montana. JOSEPH P. COLLINS, Administrator of the Estate of Lawrence Manning, Deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this 2oth day of May, 9goa. MINING AL'PLICATION NO. 4554. HIelena, Mont., August 29. r9oo. Notice is hereby given that Robert Mc Bride and Jennie Adams, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1255.3 linear feet, being 85 .eet south westerly and 1170.3 feet northeasternly from discovery shaft of the Six Thirty lode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 25th day of August, 1go2, situated in Summit Valley (unorganized) Minining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. f,653, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner, a point in the north side line of Survey No. 618x, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone along side, and marked 1-6653, for Corner No. r, from which the northeast corner of Sec. tion 17, Township 3 north, :Iange 7 west, bears south 28 degrees, 08 minutes and 40 seconds wert 4764.5 feet, and running thence south 84 degrees It minutes east .t16 feet" thence north 70 degrees 20 rmin utes east 733 feet; thence north 6r de grees 55 minutes east 280 feet; thence north 18 degrees or minutes west 589 feet; thence south 70o degrees 22 minutes west 1234 feet; thence south z8 degrees 21 minutes east 325 feet to the place of heginning, containing an area of rr.79 acres, of which 5.zo acres are In conflict with Surveys No. 2834, 2835, 3043 and 4957, not claimed, leaving 6.59 acres claimed by the above-named applicants. 'ihe location of this claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "P" of Lode Locations, ott Page 32. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 2834, Cook Lode, and Sur vey No. 2835, Fredericksburg Lode, on t the north; Survey No. 3043, Black Chief SLode, on the southeast; Survey No. 4857, Keokuk Lode, on the south; Survey No. i68r, Morning Star Lode, on the south west, and Survey No. 4943, East Golden Chief No. a Lode, on the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. Samuel Barker, Jr., Attorney for Appli. cants. [First publication, August 30, o190.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 454& United States Land Office, Helent, Mon. tana, August 14, pgoa. Notice is hereby given that James H McDonald, whose postoilmce address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed an ap. plication for a patent for ,500oo linear feet, the same being tor 35o,0eet in an easterly and xI,So feet in a westerly direction from the point of discovery on the Rising Sun lode mining claim, situated in Independ, enco (unorganized) mining district, Silvee Bow county, Montana, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6645, Township No. 3 north, Range No. 8 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the sad day of July, rgoo, and being more particular. ly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat thereof on file il this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner, a quartzite stone, 6x8xx8 inches, 14 inches deep, with mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-6645 for Corner No. s, from which the one-fourth section corner to Sections as and na. Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 75 degrees 44 minutes west, 565 feet. and runnina thence north 79 degrees 19 minutes west, 1458.5 feet to the Southwest Corner No. 8i thence north 3 degrees east, 136 feet to Corner No. 3; thence north so degrees as minutes east, 431 feet to this Northwest Corner No. 4; thence ro*th 79 degrees Is minutes east, 1499 feet ts the North east Corner No. 5; thence south so de grees as minutes west, 564 feet to Cor ner No. I and place of beginnin:g, con taining an area of 3g.14 acres, of which 3.37 acres are in conflict with Survey No 4840 and is not claimed, leaving an area of 15.77 acres, claimed by the above named applicant for patent. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on Page 417 in Book [ of Quarta lodes. The only known adjoining claim is on the Northeast Survey No. 4840, the Carrie lode. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. JOSEPH H. HARPER, United States Claim Agent. Date for first publication August 1s. 190o. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4563. United States Land Office, Helena, Mon tana, September i8, I9po. Notice is hereby given that Harry Flower of Chicago, Illinois, and Rachel Strasburger, whose postoffice address is Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, have this day filed an application for a patent foi 1,o46.9 linear feet, the same being for sa.6 feet in northeasterly and 824.3 feet ai southwesterly direction from the point of discovery on the "Bung Your Eye" Lode Mining Claim, situated in no organized mining district, Deer Lodge county, Mon ta. a, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, designated by an cfficial survey thereof, as Survey No. 6103, Township No. 5 north, range No. 1a west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 3rd day of September, 90or, ar.d being more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat thereof on file in this office, as fol lows, to wit: Beginning at the southern corner where is bet a pine post 6 inches square wit nessed by bearing trees and marked 1 Gro3 for corner No. I, from which the corner to Sections 22, 23, 26 and 27, Township 5 north, range i2 west, bears south 58 degress 42 minutes east, 9,743 feet distant, and running thence, north 49 degrees 17 minutes east, 1,o44 feet to Corner No. 2; thence, north 40 degrees 43 minutes west, 550 feet to Corner No 3; thence, south 44 degrees 57 minutes west, 1,o46.9 feet to Corner No. 4; thence south 40 degrees 43 minutes east, 47: feet to Corner No. I, the place of beginning, con taining an area of 12.23 acres, claimed by the above named applicants, of which an area of 0.07 acres is in conflict with the Gold Crown Lode Survey No. 5743. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deer Lodge county on Page 40 in Book of Lode forms. The enly known adjoining claim to these premises is the Gold Crown Lode Survey No. 5743, claimed by D. Giles Brownell which conflicts with this survey upon the south. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. (First publication Sept. r9, 19o2.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4557. Helena, Montana, Sept. ir, I902. Notice it hereby given that Lulu F. Largey, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed her application for a patent for I,5oo linear feet, being I,2o8 feet westerly and 292 feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Orleans Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 25th day of August, 1902, situated in Summit valley (unorganized) Mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Mon tana, designated as Survey No. 6644, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northwest corner, which is also Corner No. I of Survey No. 4572, and a point in the tenth Course of Survey No. 3338, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and marked 1-6644, for Corner No. r, from which the quarter .section corner on the north boundary of Section 8, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 36 degrees 26 minutes 31 seconds west, 3,293.4 feet; and running thence south 22 degrees 08 minutes cast, 450.5 feet; thence south 32 degrees 15 minutes east, 183.5 feet; thence north 83 degrees :6 minutes east, 1-466.5 feet; thence north 22 degrees o8 minutes west, 622 feet; thence south 83 degrees :6 minutes west, ,5oo0 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 20o.59 acres claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this claim is cf record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, itate of Montana, in Book "W," of Lode Locations on Page 149. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 4,572, Black Eagle Lode on the north and Survey No. 3338, Poplar Grove Placer on the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicant. (First Publication Sept. za, igos.) ooo6000oooooooooooooopoooo o o 8 DALY i BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 0 0 O Of BUTTE 0 o Established 1882. Incorporated 0pot o o Capital.. .$100,000.00 0 o o o General o g Banking Business o o JOHN D. RYAN.........President 0 O JOHN R. TOOL1,...Vice President 0 0 C. C. SWINIBORNE. .... Cashier 0 o I. A. KUNKEL...A..istant Cashier 0 o 00000000000000000000000000 o Butte. Mont. o 0 Capital...... $oo,o o.oo Under state supervision. Five icr 0 0 cent interest, payable quarterly, paid 0 o on deposits. 0 a o o Money to Loan on 0 g Real Estate g 0 F. AUG. IIEINZE....... President 0 0 A. N. CLEMENTS.........Cashier 0 0 0 00000000000000000000000000 POGSON, PELOUBET & CO. Public Accountants Hennessy Building, Butte. New York Office-20 Broad Street. C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V-PreL Fayette Harrington, Cashier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL, $100.000.00 This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt and careful attention to business of customers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on clay of collections. Sell foreign and domestic exchange, trans act a general banking business, pay interest on time deposits. Directors-Charles R. Leonard, F. Aug. Heinze, S. Marchesseau, A. Balmforth, R. A. Louis, C. W. Newton. T. R. Hinds, John MacGinnis, Fayette Harrington. 00000000000000000000000000 O 0 o The First National Bank o o Of Butte. o 0o (Established 1879.) 0 g Capital . . . . . $20091W.33 O o o o OENERAL BANKING o o 0 0 Drafts drawn on all principal cities 0 o of the World and Letters of Credit 0 o issued. 0 o 0 O ANDREW J. DAVIS.... President o o JAMES A. TAI.BOTT-Vice Pres. O o E. B. WEIRICK.......... Cashier O J. S. DUTTON..Assistant Cashier 00000000000000000000000000 00000000000 00000000000000 0 0 0 W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. O O0 : W. A. CLARK & BRO. 0 BANKERS o 0 0 o rransacts General Banking Business O O 0 0 Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver o 0 bullion and local securities. O 0 Boxel, for rent in safe deposit o 0 vault. o 0 Sell exchange available in all of 0 0 the principal cities of the United o 0 States and Europe. 0 O Special attention given to collec- 0 0 tions. O 0 ALEX J. JOIINSTON, 0 00 0 Cashier. O o 0 00000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000 0 STATESAVINGSBANK I o 0 0 John A. Creighton ...'...resident 8 o G. W. Stapleton.... Vice President 0 0 T M. Hodgens............Cashier 0 J. O. Hodgens.... Assistant Cashier 0 0 R. B. Nuckolls . . . Assistant Cashier 0 0 0 0 Under state supervision and 0 0 jurisdiction. Interest paid on de- 0 0 posits. 0 o Sells exclhage available in all o o the principal cities of the United 0 States and Europe. Collections 0 0 promptly attended ta. Transact a o o general banking business. 0 Directors: J. A. Creighton, 0 0 Omaha; G. W. Stapleton, A. H. o 0 Barret, E D. Levitt, S. V. Kemper, o 0 T. M. Hodgens, Jr O. Hodgens. 0 0 Corner Main and Park Sts., Butte. 0 O O 00000000000000000000000000 itaes si. .. torr asaorrassý. oe ratse. p losatrluages. Gtsso . i f Cn r nla orlb rs S1.sat in jgslw,4,, Cubeobs or InJections and out InconvenIence. Sold by all Dr rdep YoMt I oGI··Etl "..