NEWS OF MINES AND MARKETS
ORE YIELDS VALUE TO CHEMICAL
TREATMENT AND TIE PROP
ERTY iS BOOMINQ.
tPECIAL TO THS INTER MOUWlTAIy.
Butler, Nev., Dec. l.-There has only
been one serious barrier to the rapid devel
oplent of the mine of Tonopah, and that
is the great cost of reducing her ores. 'l'hi
ceOt has made only the richest ores avail
a.e and is the cause of millions of dot
lars being locked up in the ore dumps.
This harrier is about to be removed and
rTonopah will shortly enter into a period
of unparalleled activity and prosperity. It
needls no argument to convince people of
what it will mean to the future of this
catalp when the treasures now lying idle
in the immllense ore dumtllps a:round lbecoime
available. Thousands of men will be em
ployed where hundreds suffice now, and
property that todllay is only an expense to
its owners will return thmcn profits.
The impresrion pIrevailing among out
side investors that ore has to run froult
$So to $1to1 per ton to lie of value will be
retmo\ved aol they will see that they have
every oppllortiuity of malnking good( returns
on their i\te:tintceltns, evenI with ores of
low or mcditum grades, of which this camp
has ail n aicwt1lanee.
There is a general c'impressuiot among
local mining men that the ores of Tono
palh v cull only ) is h i ta smelting treat
ilenit. "'There was never a ilmore erronleous
idea. "ihe fact tha;t the local ores contain
c.elh ;a hi;,h pet- r.,tage of silica will al
ways' rendler their treatmllent by s.ielting
very col-;y il ;taccounlllt of the large cluan
titi..s of flu that till lie ne'cessary. A
series of e"llcerimlntlls conlductecl d by the
writer reclals tihe fact that this ore readily
yiehlds its values toI chemical treatiment,
ailnd this at Incce solvei's Ile problemcl.
.\ large propolrtion of the silver values
cain hie recov erecd by the simple hypo leach,
andl thIl greacter portion of the gold antd
silvcr yici tol, the 'cyanidc Irctreatmcent. Int
order to gel the highest ;iand m)cost ecouitnom
ical e.tra:ctio s.one lmodlillcatioln of tile
tsa:il cyanide praii' ctice will lie necessary.
Elpai.ss of t hiliian mills c-an he used to
crm-h the ore and it can bIe cruslhedl in
hyill o olutioin with very little slimihnit;.
The wiater 4e.ltcuioll ha;s biccii a serious
dracbitck to the cinsideration of any micill
ing proposition. bllt this is also solved,
as there is an abunllllance of water inl silght
to 'snpllyl all the mills that preseint devel
opmlient wou- lid airrant. Ily clnlloying
settling tanksll atnd cusinlg the water over
nail over a conpll)aralively small amount
per toll will sufflice.
SUNRISE MINE LOOKING
BRIGHTER EVERY DAY
Park Valley, Utah, Camp Is Going to
Develop Into Another Cripple Creek
So a Mine Owner Avers.
li ii 'Al. 'I Il I NTI:R StOl'NTA, '.
:;lt Lake. Dec. it.-Manttaer A. Loch
wit/ of thle Suntrise company's Park valley
,property came down fromnt canmp yesterday
oil a flying trip it attend to some private
businessc . \ hen questioned concerning
conditions at the .Sunrise. he declared that
ihe had nothing particularly new to report
at this time. other than tlat the minie \as
looking bctter every clday.
"Yo ntay say. however," concluled rl1r.
I.ochrait z. "that I expect to have a report
by ('hri tn aI , that will riake the share
hollers of the SIunrise happ:y--a report
tllht will caure themr to rejoice that they
lire interested. It is not yet lime toi gn
ilnto details, so I must ask to ble excused
from talking furthcr oni that subject.
"Of the cartir ill general there is nloth
ing Ibut ioodl words to say. Men are work
ing on ntllcrotls prospects. and I aml sure
that niearly every manr in the district is
irepared to remain all winter. At the
('enturry the grinding out of bullion goes
ste:adily forward. The new company oper
ating the l1ianretary group is opening rip
tihe icine at t\ar or three diYlerent points
under the dirction of W. If. \Weyher. and
I anl informed that splendid progress is
being madle. The West C'entury, Gol
condal. El Amigi and numerous other prolp
crties are being blrouight rapidly to the
"I contenlld now, as T always have done,
that tlhe carm is goingll to develop into a1n
other ('ripple Creek. It is slow oni the
st;art, as calpiti is always a little timid
alotc cnlltrinig a new campi, but sulificient
work has been and is still being done to
eonallllndll: attentionl ill thie not distant
future, and when it finally comes out of
its swraddling clothes there will be any
numberer of w\ise mlren standing around de
claring 'I tohl ytut so.' WX'hat we neced
right now is close investigation Iby milling
trilln alnd experts. W\e cordially invite
theur to visit urs and see what we have.
We shall not be ashamed to have thetm
comc ;and they need not he afraid of us."
SUCCESSFUL COAL MINF
AND ONLY ONE IN IDAHO
What the Man Who Runs It Has to Say
About the Output and the Prices
He Is Getting for It.
A\r AS.HSOIATED PitESS,
Snahlon, Idaho, Dec. u I.-F. M, Pol
lard,. the coal imerchant, reports that the
quality of his output is improving all the
time and that in all eight-foot vein he has
now six feet of the best grade of coal, re
quiring little or no sorting. Tile percent
age of ash is growing less and the volume
of combustible matter proportionately
The main prospecting tunnel is 340
feet inl tile hill and three chambers are
opened for tile extraction of fuel. lie canl
easily furnish 3c00 tolls at onth, and the
increased sale of recent days would indi
cate that this capacity would he reached
before January. Many of the ranchers
are going to the other mines for their fuel,
preferring it under present circumstances
to wood. Mr. Pollard makes a price of
$3.75 a ton at tie mine or $SS in Salmon,
A large new' working tunnel, properly
timbetred and drained, is to be constructed
near the water level. It is already started
at a point about 75 feet east of the present
adit and will be further down the hill.
WVhen the vein is reached this will be
tile scene of much more extensive opera
Dressing anti manicutre sets, the latest
*tyles, at Calkins'.
IN GOLCONiA MINE
CiAIM ON SQUAW MOUNTAIN, NEAR
VICTOR, COLORADO, SEEMS
TO BE ON A BOOM.
SPEZC.A. TO TilE INT5 MOUNTAIN.
Victor, Clo., Dec. Iz ,-A strike of con
siderable importance is reported from the
Gocoada mine on the southeast dope of
Squaw mountain. In the old Prospect
shaft on the south end of the claim, where
four aeet of ore, which runs about $45 a
ton on the average, has been broken into
at a depth of t6o feet, over $aoo,ooo has
been speat on this property during the
past five years without making a paying
Four different companies of Eastern
people have had the property during that
time. It is now owned by Jacob E. Ridg
way, a millionaire banker of Philadelphia.
It is hoped by everybody that the G;ol
conda will enter the regular shipping liit.
It Is located squarely in the granite. A
new shaft house is to be erected over the
old shaft workings and the work of devel
opment carried on there instead of at the
main workings.- a)out 400 feet north, from
swhich point all of the heavy exploratory
work was done during the past five years.
The shaft has been sunk to a depth of
nearly 700 feet.
I.ast Monday the work of sinking the
main working shaft at the Ajax mine was
resumed. 'The shaft is coo feet deep and
will be put down to the t,oon-foot lcvzl.
A station will be cut there and drifts
started, front which crosscuts ill be I:adle
to explore the property at the i.,oO-foot
AMALGAMATED GOLD MIN
ING COMPANY COMBINES
How the Shares Are to Be Distributed
in the New Concern and Something
of Valuable Properties.
SIF'4 IAt. '10 'file INTI.I Mtl N 'I.1IN.
Colorado Springs. (Colo., )Dec. I .--Sec
retary A. . . Miller of the newly formed
Amalgamated Gold Mitinig company today
issuld a circular letter announcing that the
consolidation hasi been successfully accom
plished, and statin, the apportionment (of
stock ; lnnlil the oled companies Ic a follow: :
"To the iig Four C('onsolidatcd t hlI
Mining comlpany. 450.01(1 share: to t the
New ('entury (;11li dlining company. .13o,
o10o shares: to the Juanita Gold Mining
companlly, 401oo000 shares: to the 'ransvaal
Gold Miuing company. 40(o.00o shares; to
the treasury. 8,lo,Ii0,, shares. Total.
"Amalgantated shar.s are exchanlgelle
for stock itl the ohl cOlliltanies as follows:
()One share of Amalgamated for .1,oon Big
Four; one share of Amalgamatd cfor 3 I3
shares of New ('enrttry. or 3o;, shares of
Amalgamatlllled for I.,on New ('tilllllry: ne
share of Amalgamated for ..4 slhrcs of
Juanita. or -(,01 ,-3 share, of Amnalgam;:t
ted fdr 1,No11 Juaanitan: one share of Amil:
gamated for live shares Transvaal. or 2c 1
shares of Amalgamiated f"or .oco" I* rnis
The property of the new company com
prises thi, foillowing claim.s:
W\aterloo claim, hlull hill, foutr acres:
Silver liell claim. Globe hill. four acres;
Little l)ianiond claim. BIattle mountain.
three acres; lil Sall claim. SqIu'tw m1u.
lain, five acres: MIattic WV. claim, Squaw
lImountait, five acresl; ranite ( int. ( i\
mountain, eight acres: half interest \. J.
IBryan., ('oppr m..ttain, on. and a half
acres Forest Rock. Mary I.. lo-tgh and
Ready claims. IGalena hill. i.i acres; Mag
gie Brown claim, Galena hill, thrsc acres
Annie. Iattlt May. Eureka. ('hristiana,
Black ltawk, Minnie Ella and Fair View
claims. Signal hill, -2 acres: Mary E.
placer, townsite of Cripple Creek, t6 acres:
half interest in Rising Sun placer. town of
('ripple (Creck, 2u acres. Total, (22
IMPORTANT ACTION TAKFN
BY IMPERIAL DIRE(CTORS
Capital Stock of Concern Increased to
Extent of $1,000,000, Making It
$6,000,000 in All Now.
A special dispatch from Chicago brings
the information that at the annual meet ing
of shareholders of the Imperial ('opper
Mlining company, hell on Saturday. most
important action was taken. The Massa
chusetts group and A. It. lewis' Cometc
property, which wedges right into Samuel
Newilouse's Cactus bonanza, were consoli
dated with tile Imperial company's great
empire of ground, and for the lpurpose o
taking them over the capital stock of the
comlpany was increased $i,ooi,oo0, mak.
ing the total nIltliuer of shares 600,0uo In
stead of 5oio,oo, and $6,ooo,ooo instead of
In the election of officers for the
enlsuing year A. II. Lewis was made
president; W. 11. Alexander of Chicago,
vice president ; C. H.. taynes, Chicago,
secretary and treasurer: the other direct
ors being C. J. ('aughey and J. M. Scott.
ANOTHER VEIN FOUND IN
CLAIMS OF THE WATSECA
Company is Building a Mill That Will
Largely Increase the Output of
Another vein has been iouiiii in the
property of the W\atseca ininilg compatny
which is operating in the Rochester distrlct
of Madison county. Carlton H. Htandl, genl
eral manager of the company, tells the
story of the find.
He has given the intormation that the
enomlpany has had success in locatmilg mmin
eral -eins and that it is building a mill
that will largely increase the output ot the
property. I'his mill will be completed some
time in the spring.
RECORD IN TUNNEL DRIVING
Established in the Honorine Mine, Near
Salt Lake, Dec. t i.-.-Superintendent
Raddatz of the Honorine was in from
camp on business again yesterday. Hle
reported that the end of the present week
would see the long tunnel connected up
to the intermediate shaft and the first
3,000 feet of the work completed.
This will nmean that the tunnel has
been driven at the rate of 450 feet a
month-a record that stands unequaled
in the history of tunnel-driving.
WAITIIG TO LEARN
NEWS FROM CASTRO
MARKET IS GENERALLY DULL, ON
ACCOUNT OF ACUTENESS OF THE
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
New York. Dec. iz.-American securi
ties received some support in Loudon this
morning, but prices took a downward
course here at the opening on heavy deal
ings. The support made itself felt after a
time and the market rallied. Some promi
neat stocks more than recovered their
The market became dull at the recovery.
Declines of a point or more were general
among the leaders. St. Paul, Pennsylva
nia, Baltimore & Ohio, Atchison, Sugar,
Amalgamated and Manhattan were con
spicuous in the rally and rose a fraction
over last night in some cases. The grow
ing indifferences in the money market,
added to the acute phase of the Venezue
lan situation, prompted the selling. Vrices
receded again to about the lowest at It
The second dip carried prices consider
ably lower than the first, but the declitne
was again checked by what seemed to he
supporting orders. Rock Island fell 3!.
and the preferred 414 ; Anaconda 51'i, and
others, including United States Steel and
Northwestern. 2 to . pointsi. The rally
was moderate and was followed by dull
lonods were irregular at noon1.
After t :3o p. mi. heavy selling orders
appeared again, breaking the prices to
the lowest. The decline was violent and
affected the whole list. United States
Steel lost 3. the preferred .'s, Missouri
'acific. 31J. Northwestern. Great North
eran preferred and Consolidated (;as 3,
Sout hrn Pacific a", and the losses cgn
crally throughout the list were from I to
.a. Only a few stocks got lower than
bef ire during ,e final hour. The indica
lionns of a tm.porarily overll market
promptedl active hidding by the shorts to
cover, and there were sharp recoveries,
Soulthern IP'acific, ('olorado anl Southern
and Hocking Valley mnaking extreme de
clines of , to 3;4. Aimong tlhe specialties
North American dropped 12., American
'xl'rp.re It, Stc,'l Foundry preferi'ed uyp,
with a recovery of Ai : Anaconda anll
Southern Pacific 6. and t ast Iron Pipe
preferred 4. In the rally li el:ing Val
Icy recovered c .!a., Rock Island preierred
2's, and various other lprminent stlcks
1 to sV . lThre were reactions in the
final hour andl tie closing was feverih
New York Stocks.
( Reportedl by ('oe ( ounission ('o.)
New York, IDe. it. -Nuoon iqttotltiotns
follow : Open. (loce.
.Americ:an he .............. 1oI ' t)
d, r. preferred ............ 37' .37
A.iiaIlatrnted ('opI1' : ..... 551t ' 55'
Anacondi'.Mining Ciomlany'. . 8; ' 83,
\teri"an c'rotton Oil...... 44;1 40or
A:chison. 'T.opeka & Santa Fe. 87o 7497
lialtimn ore & Ohio........... o,'3 94'
Ilrooktyn Rapid TI ransit .... 61.1 6i r
( ';a :tllia Pacific . ........... .- ' ' .5
'. (C.. C. & St. Iouis....... 4It.i 9.i
('oh.tinelC tal T b1)acco Co..... I 1 ' 115
('Ih ,pcake & )hio......... 14J 4t14
('l;ica.-, & .\Ito t ............ t.''i 31
( ol ';dll Soutllhernl ......... 2H8'4 . 67
I'olorado Fuel & iron....... Hi 8
tChicago (;reat \\Westerl l ...... .4 .i
C(nl tinnlt: ial (;as ............t .41,: -
Erie........ ............ ..t .¢i .i
do first pIreferred ...... 61 6,7'
(;reat Northern preferred .. 87.. 181,
IIorking Valley ........... . ) , 7.
do preferred .... ....... vi ¼ ',5 to
I.wa Central ............ 5.' 36
Kansas City Souttltern ....... o o
L.ouisville & Nashville .... i-'. It o
.:ead ...... ............. 5 245'
Lat.c:ther .... ............ 12 11
Malnhattan Consolidatedl ....1451,' 44
M.. St. P. & S. Ste Marie.. 73 70
do preferred ...... ..... 12 1.2
Metropolitanl Traction ..... 137! 13 ?
Mexican ('cntral ......... 21 .
Mexican National ........15 15
NMissouri. Kansas & 'Texa:s .. 23tl 23
do. preferred .... ...... 5 .=' 51 i
Missouri Pacific .... ...... t10. toS..
New York Central ........s5.i 1449
Norfolk & Western ........ 68; 681.
Northlwestern .............218 216
Ontario & Western ........ .-'7 275
l tlnnsylvania .... .... .... 153!1 1515;
Pople's G;as. .... ... ..... . on 9
Republici Iron & Steel ...... 18!H 18
Reading ................. 56'1 55'
do. tst ireferred ........ H 84
Rock Island .... .... ...... ) 3 .t6 k
Southern Railway.... ..... 31%4 .')`.
do. preferred ........ ... .. II !
Smthern I'Paciic .... ....... 6,! 50
St. ILouis & San Irancisco... 7u0 i 67 .
Smelter ...... .......... . 371 37
Sugar kIctinery ........... 180, IIo't
St. I;Paul ................. 16,i. 168%
'ell'nn ;see ('I);l & I iront ..... 51'. 5.1
Texas lacific ............ 3.9' .8i
'Twin City R. 1'. C'Ompal)tty.. I 14 11 4
Ullinll Pacific .. .......... 97a / i. Oi
United States Steel .........34 32.
do preferred ............ 82i 80u.t.
W aa\\'; sh .......... ....... ;25 25¼
do preferred ............. 40!' , 3 3,
'.;estern Uniotn .......... .87 87!'
W isconsin Centrial ........ 24! . 24
do prefcrred ............ 48%: 48';A
\Wheeling & Lake Erie .... 2"- a 27?
Money, 6 per cent.
'Total sales, t 200,.700 shars.
Salt Lake Stocks.
(Reported by Coe Coltmitissioni (oiltpany.)
Salt lake, Dec. it.--N oon prices fol
Ajax, (bid)....... ............$ .24
C(onsolidatcd .Nlercur, (bid) ..... 1.15
C entury ...... ........ ........ .to
California ...... ........ ....... .23!. i
D)iily \Vest, (Ibld) .............. 37.10
La (eite ...................... .04
l.ower Mammoth ...... ........ .6O.
Mammoth, (hidl) ...... ........ 1.5
May Day, h(id) ............... .16. ,
Ontario, (bid) ...... .......... 6.oo
Star, ( id) ........ ...... .... ..,
S'31.tro, (bid) ........ .......... .15
Utah, (btid) ......., .......... .55 '
tUncle Satu ................... . ,1
Victor ...... ...... .......... ... a ý
Yankee ........ ................ . 0
I)aly-Judge ................ 1,5o
Martha Washington .........., ..taJ
Wabash ........ ...... ....... .65
Het Butler ................... . 07%
)aly, (bid) ..... ............ .. .3,y
L. & B. B., (bid) ...............65
Grand Central, (bid) ..........* 4.00
Sacto, (bid) ....... ........... .a6
New York Coppr.
IY ASSOCIATID PRIESA.
New 1ork, Dec. I i.-Copper and lead
quiet and unchanged.
BY ASScsIiATD PREsas,
C hicago, Dec, i.-Cattle-Receipts, 17,
one head; market oec lower; good to prime
steers, [email protected]; poor to suedium, $3.oo
lOS.o; stockers and feeders, $2.oo04.6o;
cows, $`.aSO4.fto; heifers, [email protected];
can]ers, $S.252-.4o: bulls, $a,oo4.5o :
palves, $3.5op7.oo; Texas fed steers, $j.5o
I.75 ; western steers, [email protected]
llogs-Receipts today, 40,000 Jlead; to
pnorrow, 40,000 head; left over, 8,Soo
head; market S5tioc lower: mixed and
,butchers, [email protected] ; good to choice heavy,
$6E.3lor6,5o; rough heavy, [email protected];
light, $3·,[email protected]; bulk of sales, $6.00o
Sherrp-Receipts, 25,ooo head: market
stea ly; goo.t to choice wethers, $4.acni
4..51, fair to choice mixed, [email protected];
westerni sheep, $3.75U4.2a5; native lambs,
$4.0l, S.6o; western lambs. $4.75t5.5o.
• ; Omaha Livestock.
1Y ARiO('CIATIII, PRItiS.
Sutth Oma(ha, l)ev. I.--('attle---He
ceipts, 5,0o1 head. Market, slow. Inori'se
lower. Native steers, $. 5~fS,.:5; cows
and heiters, $2.8No0f4.n; Western steers.,
$3.- '514.7 : Texas steers, $.t.nott4.4o
co\s and heifers, $" .50.o( .75 : tOncers,
$t...;ti:.S1; S stockers and teedctls, $.s.otP
4.25; calves, $..nof'6.oo; bulls, stiags, etc.,
Ilogs- -Reeipts, I,Sn0 head. Market, 51
lower. Hleavy, $6.o1,' af16.1 ; nIaixed. $i.u;
a'6. o; light, $5.tgoECh.o71',; pIRs. $5.or,1t
6.., ; hulk of sales. $6.o 5t ( uo.
St hetp- Receilpts, 4.,o0 head. Market,
slctady \\ ethers, $,i-5, 4.Is : ewes. , ..;
II1 v- ; toi noi anld stockers, i...' S 3t.,t;
lanIll . $ . :;(. 0 .50.
Kansas City Livestock.
I As n, O t'lr II I ..
lI1s.;is (itly, Dec. it. tattle R'
ceilt, i,on h.Iad. M~arket, steadly to ote
lo\\,r. Native steers. $3.50(!. 6 .1 ; 'o".'xa
: i1 Indian s.t trs. $2.5o(r 1.55 ; T''cxa;
cos.\\ $...qa 2.E)5; native c.sti :alltd hei
ers. $i.S on , .. I ; stockers tintI feeders,
$ ,.,,,nu ",, llls,. $ .,,,I.1. .5 : ra res,,
. 0.00 ; te Ltrnl steers. $3.0010 5.3
w "l`tlel'll cows, $2.*,0(0 j.l .,
IlIo. R.ceripts, 0. oo head. Market,
.51 ,,.' hlsser. Hulllk ,,f sales, $t.or, el.S;
h .at 1 y, t.A t fi.." 2 : packers, $0., 1t Ey is;
,tie liu' , $6.05, 0.2. ; light, $5-.tot. i.1 5 ;
y ik. et'.. , $6.l n, (1.15; pigs, $5',. . ln ,i,,,.
S ph' R' eitlits, 4.,o I) heal. Market,
SthtelIy. ,ltlons. $.3.00 0 4.00 ; la lhu s, $.1,s1
(1a . rant. l \et'E l "rs, $,1t'r 13"
]le t im ' at the I'u l lter. '
HOUSE SETS ASIDE DAY
TO HONOR LATE RUSSELL
Reprcsentative From MassbchlusC: t Is
Dead-Appropriation Made to Check
it' .A.SE ' .1 FI .E ::. .
S\\'V'hilgltol , ])tI . II. The ,ou, " twny
slt a-.ile Sundiay, J;iin;ary .;, fur I,:lyill:
.t ibutE to the um'Elor) of late lepr.esetul -
.'ije(".,lrlcs Russell of M1asslachulset.s.
Mr. ()tlttt.l.d of l'enlti ylva; i:a of lhe
roilliIctie 011 chl ctlionIS No. . calledl Ip
the bill wvhich limits the period for tak
ing tEc liollUiy inll ltt cont',l'dl e(11l ion
('aI,' of W';iguner l " Vs. huller from t)l ilt. l-h
Al.' i-ouri ditritt.
"I h . bi.o w, 'votl.El , I I; toI I . I I, tconi,idlr
I's tlin. i1s, coIsidhration M r. \\'W:,,I,
w ,ith l l <( '' .1'.) rep o rt 'd nro m 1 , 'hlcn o ill ,,
on agriculture a bill to alpproplriiate $E,,oo1,
oil, t.1 ' eradicate' the iotI ;iii ni oul;th ,Ii
,l )e am ong the liv ,e st k in N ew l '.J abh ,
a n d g a t e ' o t , ic ' th a t hl \ ,o u lh c a ll it "11
YOUNG CORBETT TO ACCEPT
Fighlt Between Him and McGovern WIII
Be Pulled Off in Detroit.
IlrI, it c. i' .- 'I The M etropo( lit.s
Atll, i' cthil n r li thi' cit'y v tciertd y t,
c ie ,i a ,distpatch from the I IanaI i r of
1o n.;; 'orbett,. Slating: th;at ])'lroit h;ul
Il.ri t l : , eth' Ill' ( orh, el11 (i r .\1an.v 'ru 'nlt
I h, ' en will ni .t here probably ,n
*l;uit v *".
Meet tme at thle i'l.ster.
()i the ralilro:ulds iin Cana'ld it is nres
hit. to keep over (In stlyiWloi s in op(ti
Capital and SurpICu O, 0t0o0.00O.
Gen'I Offices Bank of Commerce Kidg.,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
) IIu it andl sold for ct.h or iri n:targis for
lit ill rt elcvery. We own .and ll ratetlhe
nut It xtenwivu private wire vy.l.etn inl the
I nlitd SLater.
We guarantee the execution Ef erders
when limits are reached.
S':ltuble buoei I.o st.atist i.c Iree n ap
Rif IREENC.S: 16 Nat'l and State tanks
d|LIlE OffiCI, IURBOI.IR BLUD'E'
/. J. l)^A(Ct, I. ot. l '. netn oOr,
POGSON, PELOUBET & CO.
fennetsy Building, Butte.
New York - 20 BroaJ Street
.---- , m
eure Al Chronle Dlseamse of
Men and Women.
N. E Corner Broadway and
The Peer of
T. the famous NORTHWESTERN
I.IMITED daily i.tween Minne.
apolis, St. Patul and Chicago
Without exception the flnest au l
most luxurious train in the world.
You will. realize what comfortable
traveling really is if you ride on
this famlun train.
For full information aldlr.ess
EI. A. (,RAY.
(;en. Agent, IIhelena, Mont.
T. W. TEASDALEI
General Passenger Agent,
St. Paul, Minn.
lam l THEIR
Harness, Saddles, Etc.
IIa So. Mlan Street
"-I"'"SWEND CARLSON. Butte. Montana
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STATI SAVINGS BANK
0 John A. Creigton ....... President a
o G. W. Stalleton.... Vice President o
0 T. M. Ilodgens............ Cashier
o J. 0. Ilo4'...... Assirtant Cashier 0
0 R. Ii. Nuckolls.... Assistant Cashier 0
0 Under state supervision and
Oa urisdictiur.. Interest paid on de-. 0
0 Vosits. 0
o Sell. exchange available in all o
0 the principal cities of the Usnited 0
0 States and EJurope. Collection.s
o promptly attended to. Transact a o
a general banking business. O
S DI)irectors: J. A. Creighton, 0
o Omaha; G. WV. Stapleton, A. H. o
0 Barret, E D. l.cvitt. S. V. Keiper, O
0T. M. lrolgens, J. 0. Ilod.g-ns.
o Corner Main and Park Ste., Butte. o
o OF BUTTE o
0 Established i88a. Incorporated spot o
o Caplital...$10.O,000.O o
0 General o
o Banking Business o
o JOHN D. RYAN.........President a
o JOHN R. TOOLE...VIca President
0 C. C. SWINBORNE........Cashler 0
n R. A. KUNKEL..Awiistant Cashier O
-2 Butte. Mont. o
0 Under state supervisein. Five pe
o cent interest, payable quarterly, paid 'O
o on deposits. 0
o Money to Loan on o
o Real Estate o
o P. AUG. HEINZE.......President O
o A. N. CLEMENTS.........Cashier 0
a W. A. Clark. J. Rose Clark. 0
SW. A. CLARK & BRO. 0
0 BANKERS o
0 rransacts Gencral Banking Business 0
0 Buy guld dust, gold bars, silver 0
0 bullion and local securities. 0
o Boxei for rent in safe deposit 0
0 vault. 0
0 Sell exchange available in all of 0
O the principal cities of the United 0
0 States and Europe. 0
0 Special attention given to eollee. 0
0 tions. 0
0 ALEX J. JOHNSTON, 0
0 Cashier. 0
C.. I.eonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pres
Fayette Harriegton, Cashier.
Silver Bow National Bank
This bank solicits accounts, offers
prompt and careful attention to business of
customers. Collections promptly attended
to and remitted far on day of coUections.
Sell foleign and domestle exchange, trans.
act a general banking business, pay interest
on time deposits.
Directors-Charles I. LtsatJ, F. AtRu
New York Dental Parlors
80 West Park St.
Over Symoas Dry Goods 6o.
TEETH IEXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by our
late scientific method applied to the gums.
No sleep-producing agents or cocaine.
These are the only dental parlors in
Buttle having PATENTED APPLIt
ANCES and inlredients to extract, fill
and apply ~|ld crowns and porcelain
crowns undetectable from natural teeth,
and warranted for so years. WITHIOUT
THE LEAST PAIN. All work done by
GRADUATED DENTISTS of from ti
to so years' experience, and each de
partment inl charge of a specialist. Give
us a call, and you will aid us to do
exactly as we advertise. We will tell
you in advance exactly what your work
will cost by a FREIE EXAMINAI'ION.
oe ns i
Set of Treth .....................$5 o
I;ill IFilling ....................... o
Gld t''.,,wl ..... . ......... 5 on
Silver Filling ..................... 5
In our GOL.D ('KI\:'NS and llRll)(:l.
WO\'l . of which we are nkan.a a SP1':
CIAI.TY, the most ItiFA0UI(IIUI., PAIN.
I.l.SS ANID D)URAIII.I. ul :itI ,lctal work
known to the profe.s.i,, you will im,1. all
exallictlr f the Ii .ll E 'ST :\R'I 'l't A I'
TA'IINM INT. the adaptability of which to
the IIi\';11:\NIC' Contliltioi,. of the m1.lt!
it un t(iPitJiunc.
NIW YORK DENIAL PARIORS
N( I \\',l Il. l k St 1 rc t,. t v, r % ,'I' li ty
/;.g lyl i'.( $ ,o a. Ill. It) 9 II. in., Stul
II , t, ntI .i o l J I , to . . In .
Johll MacGinnis. Payette Harrington.
I'ril' t if nl tl t :III t 1 ti' I,,,m l", t .
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l(ill i, t 'he i t ill u tilI ' .tii ti l i l
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I rit' 1 m1 11, l ii I a,1' will arIlil .itiIll
ilnl Lt l t ii., t ail'tl v. I at;ly.it \'i 11.'
'('oii , .v 1",r lthe Ih1 lli ,li ;II I ll I. I
Wia t , .
I5. Aet 'readw.1, 1uit. , . ulest.
t e . RSCtUR, Cenerat ', n try
S tillngl,. I lotir.
Santa Fe Ry. Co.
SANTA FI- ROUTJL
3 'rains Daily
Froln Denvcr to Kansas City aill| Chi
cago. Also the direct lile to aillvts.
.ton, El lPaso, City of Mexicr, and the
Iliiiilg Calllln of New Mexico andi Ari.
For particulars iholrit the RE.
DUCFDr RATIS EAST this smnnimer
lipply to C. F. WARREN,
General Agentl, 411 I)ooly !lock, Salt
L.ake City, Utah.
Thirteenth doctor of China torm grand.
father down. Born and schooled to
the profession. Treats all diseases,
slking a specialty of chronic troubles,
;onsult me. 227 South Main St.
g The Daly Bank and Trust o
o Company of Anaconda 5
o ,A.naconc'a, Montana. o
o General banking in all branches. 0
SSel; exchanges on New York, Chli.
O cago, St. Paul, O!naha, San Fran. 0
o cisco, etc., and draw direct on the 0
principal cities of England, France,
O Ireland, Germany and the Orient. o
o clkosaits of 4to.,o and upward re. 0
o calved. 0
o Correspondents 0
o National City ban;, New York 0
o First National hank, Chicago; First \t
o National bank, St. Paul; Omaha o
o National ban's, Omaha; Bank of 0
0 California, San Franclico. O
0 John R. Toole, President; ., B. .
o Greenwood, Vice President; Louis 0
o V. Bennett, Cashier; Y. C. Nor..
Sbick, Assistanlt Cashier.
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