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QUOTATIONS ON NEW YORK STOCKSI
(Reported by Coe Commission Co.) New York, Feb. tl.-the opening and closing prices follows Open. Closed. American fee ...... ...... tt' srt do preferred ............ 40 39-N Amalgamated Copper ...... 697i 70 Anaconda Mining Co.. ....tJ atiti Atcbison, Topeka & Santa Se 88!4 884t do preferred ............sot, sot Bakimore & Ohio.... ......loa'4 ioaj Brooklyn Rapid Transit..... 694 69'4 Canadian Pacific .......... tL,. 7 7J. C., C.. C. & St. Louis....... 9%S 9574 Chesapeake & Ohio .... .... 5a 5 S Chicago & Alton .... ...... 364 364 Colorado Southern .. .. ... 34 30o Colorado Fuel & Iron .... !4 75!; Chicago Great Western ... a s Consolidated Gas ......... t17!' a7t' Denver & Rio Grande ..... 4i?6 4'7t Erie ........ . ........ 40o 4' SALT LAKE OUOTATIONS (Reported by ('e Commission Company.) Salt Lake, Feb. i i.--.oo call on stock exchange: Ajax .......................$ .! Con. Mercur .................. I.tI Carisa ....................... ..17 Century ..................... . .88!/ California .................... .27!j Daly W est .................... 4no.o Lareine ................... ...S L.ower Manumoth ............... .8o)4 Mammoth ..................... .40 May Day ....................... ga O)ntario ....................... 6.00 Petro ........................ .07 Star ........................... ..I Tetri .......... ....... ...... ..17 LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS flY ANN.iIATrtI PRI'SMR. Chicago. Feb. I ,.-Cattle-Keceipts. 18,.m, head; market slow and weak; good to prime steers, $4.5u(a 5.753 poor to mediunm. $.1.oo04.-3; stockers and feeders, $s..a@ 4.40;o cows and heifers. $S.4,)6r1 1.Jo: canners, $.e4.6o : bulls, $1.40 Oa.6i, ; calves, $S.oo(a44.a5; Texas steers, $J.30o 4.2S. Hogs-Receipts today. 4o.ooo head; to morrow (estimated). 3.Soono; left over, 6,3oo: market 5(S toc lower; mixed and butchers. $6.6o06.oq: good to choice heavy, $6.9o07.os; rough heavy. $6.6ona 6.8o: light, $6..156.6o: bulk of sales. $6.S5/~ 6.75. Sheep-Receipts, 2,000 head: market steady to strong;: good to choice wethers. $4.5n4 5.5o: fair to choice mixed, $j.5o0 4.50; yearlings. $4.754t 5.40: westerl sheep. $4.0u16.55 ; western lambs. $4.73.; 5.4o. Kansas City Liveatock. I'v Ass('IArTED PIHFS,. Kansas City. Feb. II.-tattle -Receipt,. 8.ooo head, including it.,ou Texans: mar ket weak to toe lower: native steers. $3.75 O5S.35: Texas anid Indian steers, $j.6obq 4.2o: Texas cows. $2a.5(j.I..o:; native STOCKS GO LOWER AND TRADE IS DULL DECLINE OF AMERICANS IN LONDON FELT IN WALL STREET BONDS IRREGULAR. RY % ':0i1i %11.11 PlO S... 'ew York, Feb. I .--X4u prominent stock showed a change of as much as half a point from last night's figures on the opening quotation. Some of the Gould stocks were a shade higher. hut the general tendency was slightly lower. The decline in Americans in London this morning was an influence. I)ealinlgs were on a small scale. Very little interest was manifested in railroad stocks and the neglect of this nuarter caused a gradual reaction which gradually inflnuenced the strong specialties. General Electric rose s points on reports of ablorption of the Stanley Elcctric connm pany. \Vestirtl:ouse E'lectric advanced over 4 point+. I.eather preferred was bought in round amounts and imlproved s i and Anaconda also gained a point. but they did not hold their gains. Prices recovered slightly, but didl not get back to the top. The possibility of gold exports was the reason assigned for the dullness. Bonds were irregular at noon. lPrices held fairly well during the mid day, the rapid rise in a few specialties giv Ing an impetus to the entire mtarket. St. Paul. Erie second preferred, some of the Southwesterns and Smelting made good progress upward. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Reported by 'oe Lonimnion)l L o.) Boston, Mass., Feb. 11.-The copper mining shares closed today as follows: Osceola - - .- - - - $ 76.50 Pearrot .- - . . - - 33.12 Mohawk - - - - - - 57.00 Tamarack - - - - - - 186.00 Utah Con - - - - . - 31.75 Shannon - - - - - - 13.50 United Copper - --- - - 30.00 Centennial - - - - - - 30.75 Trinity - - - - - - - 13.50 United States -- . . . 26.75 Amalgamated - . --. - 70.00 Anaconda - - . . -. 111.25 New York Copper. BY ASSoCIATED PRI:s. New York. Feb. is.-Lead, quiet, $4.a)ij. Copper steady. S1i.750I.Q9S. IOOPER YOUNG COLLAPSES Murderer With Life Sentence Succumbs to Nervous Strain. BY ASSOCIATED PRES., New York, Feb. it.-William llooper Young, convicted of the murder of Mrs. ulitzer, was a very sick man in the Tombs today. lie took a little breakfast and then attempted to exercise along his tier, known as "Murderers' Row," but was so weak that he had to return to his cell and lie down. Warden Vandercarr said that Young was undoubtedly very sick and suffering from a general ner. vous collapse. An Ibsen play which has hitherto been almost unknown outside of Scandinavia is to be produced by Miss Ellen Terry in London, under the title. "The Vikings." 'This play, the proper title of which is "The Warriors ii, ,.eigeland." was re* jected in Copenhagen and Chritisiana. and later, it t86t, was produced in the latter city. OUen. Close. do 1st preferred ........ 7 4 7 General Electric company ..tq aoo200 Hocking Valley ............ioJ o4 Illinois Central ...........146. t4o!4 Iowa Central .. ........ 45 45M Louisville & Nashville .....12a7 a7 Lead .................. a8' aS' Leather ................ t4h 14l Manhattan Consolidated ...145 14} M., St. P. & S. Ste. M..... s7 7 do preferred .... ......'5 l27 IMetrupolitan Traction ..... 37'a I 3 Mexican Central .......... 27 a7 Missouri, Kansas & Texas... 29a Ja9 do. preferred ............ 624 6.a7 Missouri Pacific ............ t44 1144 New York Central..........5o'o bSo1i Norfolk & Western......... 70Se 754 Ontario & Western ........ 34eJ4 .44 Pennsylvania Railway ...... t.ull z5Su. People's Gas .............07 o lot07 Republic Iron & Steel.. ..... a.I4 . Utah .......................... .6u44 Uncle Sani .................... .15 Victor ...................*..... a1ai Yankee ...................... .3844 Daly-Judge ...................... io..o D aly .......................... 5.45 E. & B. B....................... . €., Grand central ................. 5.(, New York ................... .1i W abash ...................... .4 Hcn Butler .................... .07'4 Creole .. ..................... .6. I.ittle Dell ..................... .an Martha Washington ........... .. .'.1 Sacramtento ................... .:7 Silver Shield ............. ..... .o4 Silver King ................. . 65 cows and heifers. SI.5o*1,I.D) :2.tockl(I anid feclders, $1.75414"5; hulll. $2.J4.uo s~oo calves. $s.5usn 6.oon. Ilog,-Receipts. s. ~oon head ; mIlarket1 weak to 5e ltower b ulk of sale., $.ob.h b.vS heavy. $t. .8 4,4r,5 jpackers, $u,.7. *6 ttj' mledliumco, $b.to1(a tqo; light. $6.5uoEl ,4~ ; orkers. $l6.75(v 6.8:.' : pigs, $(.ooqgh.415. Shteep-Receipit ,. jo head; market sttong ,1luttolls. $.;5o(an 3.10' la11tta. $j.bo (u 6.5 : range w eth-ri. $,.IooEI4.M5 : cwi.-. $0ou(6 4-.40. Omaha Livestock. ceipt.. 3.uot head. la rkct. 4low andil lower. Native tecrs. ct.3's r imti hetiers. $: !,R11l ..C(( ca v. I)()ers $175 :,65 : wtocker, anl feeder.. $t.o *tl . to , lIntg.- -lereci t . 2:.5w t head .\larlt Se lower. I Iaetev, $6.75't4 tJ.")I . iixel 6 1.4~ : mtilk ot .Iae. $b.631V, (.;5. stead)-. Fedl ,tmtt'a,n $4.7541 5.50: %%it erns,. $toG .5.:S :.25 iit hers $.t.; 5414.50 co on aW1.25. CARRIE NATIONISM BAD OVER IN LOS ANGELES Arrested For Violating a City Ordinance Relcased on Bail Later. H1 15, si I 'I l PRI ti . Los .ngelles,. Fei . I. --. rs. ('tarric Na. tiem, who is filling a lecture engagcemient at the ('hutet theater el tihis city, wals ior rested this, aiternoilon for violating a city ordinance forbidding the adscrtisement c , attractions bhy the uese of carriages dee, rated with painted banners. The ordi lallnce has nevei r reerl Imladte effective. inld infringement of its prnisinionl usualily have IKenC overhloked in the lIast. .Mrs. Naition was releasedl on hail. SERIOUS SNOWSLIDE NEAR GARDEN CITY WRECK NEAR MISSOULA MORE DAN GEROUS THAN AT FIRST SAID EIGHT PASSENGERS IN IT. s11, 1 1. 10 7 111: I il li'i', \ I 1 t1\, •Miss.oul. Feb. I r.--lThe snowslidle which was reported here this morning. andt whitich resulted in the wrecking of a train, was elore serious than at first reported. Tihe ktow.lide took place on the bridge which is located about e1,5 Imiles Irum this city. The b)ridge is .ot feet long and a trainl which was bilockecl by snuw was standing on once end of tile bridge iand a passenger trait was on the other redc. The engilneer alld tiremen who were on the tenlgine of tile train that was on the front end of the bridge were injured andI Fred (Brant had hits arms broken. William t ferrit was bruised aned )ale Maxwell wa.s more or less shaken up an;d bruised. All of the inljred arc trainne.e l. 'IThe shock from, the jar to the train on the front part of tile Ibridge was so heaecy that it caused the passenger coach whicih was on the other end of the bridge to topple over. The couplings hung together and the rotary pllow and the front engine held it and it was left suspended over the bridge. At tile timte that tilhe car was tolppled over there were eight personsl in the car. None of them were injured, but all of them were badly shllaken up and scared. A wrecking crew left here early this muorning for the scene of the wreck The snow was so heavy that it was found necessary to send the wrecking train by the way of Spokane. EAST ST. LOUIS TO GET IN IT Bustling Little Illinois City to Exhibit at the Fair. BY A5sOCtIArE PRcSva. St. Louis, Mo., Feb. I I.-While Illinois is to he represented at the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition, in a manner which will coimpare favorably with ally of the other states, Iast St. Louis, Ill., has decided to erect a separate building at the fair. It has been planned by leading citizens to furnish money fbr the erection of a building which will illustrate history, In dian wars and struggles of the early set tiers of the old village of Cahokla, which later enlarged into St. Louis. Mrs. Sarah Kaunbley won a first, second and a third prize for white, Japanese and silver Sebright bantams recently at the Bishop Stortford Farmers' Agricultural anld Poultry associalton show. Open, Close. Reading . .. .. ......... 64 64 Rock Island ............. Sn'i "n4 Southern Railway ......... 36 .16 do. preferred .... ....... 9544 95q1 Southern Pacific ........... 654i 6516 St. .ouis & San Francisco.. 8I), 8s Smelter .... .............. 48~ 49 Sugar Refinery ............. t '.~ 3.11 ' St. Paul .. .............Is 179'4 Tennessee Coal & Iron...... 6471 644i Texas Pacific ............ 4a% 4J..t Union Pacific ......0......aoa'. 4oa United States Steel........Jo Jo do. preferred .... ........ 887i I88 Wabash ............... 317Ji 3t' do. preferred .... ......... 5a' SIt W\estern Union ............ 8.-4 go'a Wisconsin Central .......... a8!, 1! do. preferred ............ 54 54'a \\ heeling & lake F"ric ..... "7 "7 Money at at per cent. Total sales, 568,70u sharcs. SUPREME COURT HAS MATTER UNDER ADVISEMENT Listens to Applications For Writ of Certiorari in Comanche Case. I Ilettna. Frh. I . The supreme tcourt t t day li.tened toa arguttmealts in the appliea tioaa for a writ of certirari in the Comr alclcle mininig case. It is claimeld by the counsel for the H. & M. that the order made by Julge t'lancy in permlitting l'at rick Mullen to examine the Iecaords and i'aers of the II. & .M. caltnpan') is too sweeping. antd perm!its him to have ac ce.ss to paplers alt. (iles which have nIt, Ihearilng onl the matter involved int thle suit Tie matter was taken unlder adlvisement by the 'nurl. The II. & MN. companl is seeking to have an order amalde by the suplremlte ctlrt re voking the order made by Judlae ('lancy. FOR SENATOR CLARK'S ROAD His Men Will Appraise Property on Which He Has His Eye. a, A itaa 11a a . l a . Salt I ake. t tah,. It',, a a. eneral Su iperintldedent I alvina of lia I regoan Short Line at d (hief ,.a intter iterry aof tht' I tnion I'acific. wtillh \. V. S. Thorne of \. Iltroadwa.y. Ntw 1,,rk. :anld \. J. Ittussatt, left for the .aOtthtt I t'st isaing ovetr the (Itreµ.nt Shore I.i. " lie objarat an their tIrl,. it is generally tdt er.maal. i- 1. apprasa." i he ()lregtaia Shlort I .ine properly -oath of thllis city prepaarataor) to it.a iale to S.nalator ('lark's Siall 'edro read. The party will cmplnete it. work this tweek. MRS. NATION. HARNEY HEARS SUIT OF MANTLE VERSUS CASEY Will Pass Upon the Points Raised in the-Long-Drawn-Out Litigation Tomorrow. Jditlg Ih irn)ey wats c.cuptie III his court tIli ' inntllll IlsiLtIng to argtIn nts 111in tlhe civil rcase III which l.e Mantle andl othters u.eitdl (,ourte II. ( asey atnd other. to quiet t;llc io valuable proplterly oin thel I hollma l.,de claim on t\\ . ,t (iralite street. T'Ie qu.lltion IbeOl.ue tile court was wChethter i (dl'iaultt enlteredl agaaiilt ( atey icrause lil faihled to tile aii tiiswer tl the atit wit lhnll he t:iatutory ittlle sthould ibt. a:llowed it 'uttatid or lie Inw given 24 houllr still in which toI hic the pleaditing. ('i ay iand( Ill, cllw delenldants were sctred i itI copes of the contlaint in the case by the ihetrilt, accordiln to the let ter'a return, andl they caine into court with aii Ir.lion to qualsh the retunrn and declare the service invalid. \'esterday Jitluge Ilarney passed on the Ilmotion to quash the r trullll, and dectltld that the service was good. 'I he plaintttls, bIy their attoriney. Mr. Htowell, ...en wished to have the suit placed on the calendar for a hearing on their proofs, which would/ have given them a speedy judgmlnent wittf. out a contest, in all probability. ultt the dcfendlantsl objected on the ground that they were still en;titled to time to plead to the complaint and that was argued todav Judge Harnley said he would pass on the points raised tomorrow afternoon at a o'clock. TO FORM TRUST COMPANY Worcester, Mass., Banks Are Said to Have Been Consolidated. BY ASSOCIATED PREaS. Worcester, Mass., Feb. it.--The Tele gram says: The Central National bank and City National bank are to be consoli dated with the Worcater Safe Deposit and Trust company. Both National banks' will relinquish their charters and will cease to exist as individual concerns. Their stock will be exchanged for the stock of the Safe Deposit Ind Trust company, the capital of which will be increased to $soo, ooo. The three institutions with combined capital of $7oo,ooo will form one trust company. Mrs. George t. McClellan, widow of the famous general, who has been residing in Europe for many years, has returned to this country and will make her future ihome in Wa\'slgtea. MEN OUR PRACTICE IS THE LARGEST BECAUSE WE INVARIABLY FULFILL OUR PROMISES. Why Our Cures Are Permanent Itoir precltice prerent a peculiar Itcatre that we Itehllve 4 Itnot otilnd in any other pli )Milan a practice. The Ipcllt' t.tt ty is thl: A tarte that we 'outlhi t'tl c ar perlma entlly Swoutll show ni taeittprotveietnt what citr ttler oud r tietttlatent. Itid at thut: ., r.ate that we co illll not culel' per logical reason t.tr it It e Inver tre'.t tsyniptonit, Synpteltmnt may caitly lie catued toi vani.h and mtuch ittmprovementll will he apptrent, but it it tilte' ce tioditollon back tof the synitp lItone that lltest he rtunie'ed iclote Consultation Free the.re can e a cure. I.,aving gae.ld a Itill underltitldtn tg tI I l lrth' dtl Do not delay cuullling Itt. In tarsl mild asi't.tined t' '.tthe de of ainlly ittnor aeors we are aihdt tt of- every sylpittmte that ta Iveit pit for advice wIhttlc. II followed, will tented outr teatllittt It 1 always Iprove tttlhetnti. e anil to be help- dirercted as to turrect tlhere ta;ltl.re till to every mitan. nIt matter whther anlld do Iinothll rise'. I tlrrelt we treat his ca.i e or not. and any were we to make alt error it irta tidt in the way ol aItwgestionsl that ltwair anr d titnstaae the at.eett. Itt re we cane render tis alwaya treely and sulit whatever wouthld I' wtihown. cherrtutlly vprvel. Iihose who cast- Having cured no many htlIItredtl oIt not tall are ar t Itherty to write. de- "ne's eat the sane detria;lct we Ihave crliling their yttiltomnt or aski1 no elcuste ler mlaking l rt r. ;iltnd titieons.. In altl who request it. are aitle to treat with ablltttit'e at *e. wtll mllle. suled and n IInder lain curtacy inl every Instance. .otllpleteily cover'. ,tir IIn.trnectve pamphlet enl- irreectng the disturbtng a ittltlnt titled "I it' tIlte Iest iof our I.tie a antl tlhrough this actnst remttivlllt hIatl." every rynmptom forever. W BRKNBSS V etakle k is not a nervous disorder. ddemandln a tI n 01 systier of treatieit, Itt is merely a symptomn of cthronic inflammatione or congestion it tIer prostatte land. hit condt exists as a result a early llsspatilon or some imropertly rterated contracted dsorder, andl requires carefully dierected local itteaturet Iill. Ily uier original me d erosnda th lrotate gland is quickly rehtred trit its normal Mtate. whioh results in fuill and complete return el strength antd vigor. ()uer iutei. are permaanent because She coundition respontslle Inr thIe tfunctional ditordeli i entirely removed, and we are etlnvintced that by no other treatment than oir te-ow cti.reilly directed local mneasurer es a radical cutre ot I ihs ailmenet positr. VARISOevLB I here is no necessity for surgical oplerations in the treatment of var teote't'. I hit disease yields completely to our nld anld painlems metho nd atn retiti ei fir IWater than were ever attained biy the harhe antd datmerous practcer it iut tio 't. Ituone week its requiretd, and relidomin i t even necessary to detait tir pat ttieiut from hit Iusetness. W I Al.S4) TREAT. AND (t1 Rh t NT lRA(T It'll hlIStRl)rHkS, 111 ItIut Yellek Medical Institute N. E. Corner W. Bs riadway and Metae Sts., bmte, Mont. SPORTINI GOSSIP OF 1T1 DAY I'.,I hL , 'lr -.. I'.;. I, i Ih! t t nli titalt from a l ight a ilhas w l, c .li lls' cli I itnglaI,l's u .i tit la, i hiti ear hatl. "St1.ets' ni uig tIhie h tliltngi Itk it j u in poinlt I f. iwnlilkig Iuitr., anI d last astlicit he si o . distil ui'.,h d him-ell . ,iiirad tha ~ t . It ' 'itho t tty eting;.g d I itsa :l t i salat ry i oI $.f a.r.1ila .lrd 11.he sill . ulo t th I i. \ thiJe. Iy ,i l,, Ihi. tair r i hlan.ti . SiSk Itl's" hili'f atin tin. l , ao ll .t nc Itiy prti, l ict that In willl hi . o plia.h t he, f,:lst lI.n ,a ,,tiitig tiaslm . :.iI Mr, %hitin. t I bi e it i, .iti :,,llingr IrHs lin ritles r I.ri lhl i , €I ii. \i hi th'r hl capll ures it hf. l tarhy . r ilt, l tin fresh lap'n'i tlr mI ong till . Ih ilt al,. 1,1 Ill \'thitiw ly slta l i ll thi yeai r will . Ie lolnger than rlrll in t whici'h imean litu g of tlhl I ,t il Isaillin alll Iargl,l.a i. Jitul iggiia s, wh ll shareti , h. ht orii f ithn uIn.II h W\'ishardl, :inth r An.ris-In, n. at thwi hiead of Jihi i ta . it Iak wi slls hll il this .,untry, of loehing the. two clhv ir, t li iners that tver i left t Ya.ti Va stil i, ill charge of thelr \'hitn lely limenage. Snoee, d.+fealing kayl in sie'h quick himtl ah. i n. ol f lthe i , relim iilir Iies it thil Ihlrrra (glh.,hy imatch. Kid Foley', sc.rv i.t ayrs a h.xr arei ili i man lil a rll 'iitund. li.e "Kidl" haI t.n iIler Inr.s the, Ailletic ct.hl of Inny,, Moini ., 4. l .ted l " nl illtty" lhan thiere o the 170r. It sctinsI that "Uiiiiny" luha bl n Irginii far a go will rfy Zeigletr, out othat for ons M h ashn eigltr will be prventdo from going oitn. ilt h club askb tiley lti take hiis pthlace '1 h liiCtte hllt r statl,) this mii ruing that ihe has wired his acileptanl c if tihe. clshh "sil hang ulp a ,mal01 lir. e. I i waitl lIg for their i lnswtIr. oiley is nitd of ithose willing linht.r who niver tu hllei alout a few pcindI in M'ight. lit fo. t Idiaught fi make, w l piul.s, anll he iso nliw to o t migh "itnitiy" towani, nle wilhlsil taicg that the Aunaivn <1: lad is a light heavy wright, tuFre ld p l ants tl nanil ito ir icn i llprlimi nary to thte . I.u nl ie s-,ias ight. flir waint, to taken fill I.ehy, aind Ithle ttir is willit g prot vid d the chs i will Fiti.e a p irs of $.o for thit buti l it Sp'll mian will fight, whie 0 r tak+e all. I.ocll baloseball fans ire, ilchin for the ophelning of the i ase ll saioun. Mtriy want to se 0 ailt w ll, h ithe war tweIn hLt Pacific ('toast lhaviic and tlhe Pacific N oiithwest will shape up. Iltle fanlls iver havell hlieved thatil thise uthl:ws will ilmount o ll muchll , :il a i l the situati, is h . iug watched with as amuses] sort of in WVe haven't heard fromn McClosky in a lig liille' Vlhhen llac is quirl yoi :Sic fl let your bottom dollar hr is .awing wood, and when next hie shows tip in lutte he will be able to tell ius interest ing things of the work lIe and l)ugdale have been doing. BENNY YANGER IS TO GET A CHANCE (Continued from Page E.ight.> of Chicago on or about March i5. The fight will be for 15 or more rounds to take place before the club offering the best inducements. McGovern was also matched to fight Billy Maynard before the International Athletic club at Fort Erie sometime before March t. Miss 'Taks Nawa, daughter of a well known Japanese editor and eiitomnologist, Ii herself an entolhnologist of no small attain nments. She laints with skill and has made mnaiy coloredl lates of native insects, es Ercially butterflies and moths. She shares her father's interest in photography and has assi;s'ed him in his greatest -work of photographing the life histories of most of the Japanese insects injurious to agricul. tune. WE ISSUE Special Advices Daily 200 Page Quotation Record FREE UPON APPLICATION Beth Are Ind;spensable to Active Traders. Clarke, Wallace & Co. BANKERS AND BROKERS 60 State Street, BOSTON. MASS. 47 Broadway, - - - NEW YORK "it interested in Profits, write us." POGSON, PELOUBET & CO. PublicAccountants New York - 20 Broad Street Chicago - Marquette Building St. Louis chemical Buildin Butte . flenessy Building HUMBERT FAMILY APPEAR IN COURT FOR FIRST TIME I'Parirs. I'Ib. ii. iThe ilhmle ' fa-mily made their first app'arance in the crim inal courts todlay wlihen the case of M. ('attani, the hanker, was taken tip in the Nitth correctionalI cha:bc'r. T'here was gre;lat public illnterrest manifested ill the proceedings and the courtruotm was pcked with people. 'IThe case does nt, inlvolve thle llmainl q(lulstionl conltcerlling the (Crawford nmil ionlls, but M. Cattianii's charge that they libeled him ill referring to hint as a usurer, whlich ilndirectly affects the whole affair. The early stages of the trial today did not produce any senlsation. Mtle. lum bert gave a long, rambling statement of her dealings with M. Cattani and alleged tlhat his demands for excessive interest and her Ilorrowinlgs from him amounted to about $6,u,oroo. When M. Cattani was heard and repudiated the charge of usury, Mine. Ilumbert sprang from her seat and asked for the privilege of interrogating the banker, but the presiding magistrate repressed her. lThe testimony furtished by Marie d'Aurignac today showed evidence of an intention to leave to Mine. Humbert the direction of the plans for the prisoners' defense. Job Worth the Price. SL.ondon Mail., I'eopll try to become patients of the ionldon hospitals for Christmas week. One man whose wife was admitted into one of them caused shine anmusement. The woman was from a very poor district antd was ex ceedingly dirty. The husband came next day and saw here lying in bed, white and clean, with her tangled hair combed and arranged. He slowly pulled three coppers out of his pocket and reached them over to the nurse. "Nuas," lie said impressively, "it must hau been a still job. It a worth threepence any day." The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anasonda Anslenda Msetana. General banking in all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chi. cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. risco, etc., and draw direct on the principal cities of England, Franeo, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. )Deposits O $1.0o stei upward re* ceived. Correspendents National City bat k, New York; First National hban'. Chicago: First N.tional bank, St. Paul; Omaha National hank, Of.iaha; 1'uat's of California, 'San Francisco, .uhni K. Tonle, Prt silcnt: M. R. Crernwnod, Vice l'rrsidcnt; .ouis . ennett, (Casher; F. C. Nor. Ieck, Asiast it Cashier. DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Or BUTTE Establishe.l as88. Incorporated age0. Ca; Ital... 100. 000.OU General Banking Business JOIIN Il. RYAN........... President JOHN I. ))11' ....Vice Preaolent C. (. SWINI(NINE ...........Cashie R. A. KUNKIi.. .... Aistant Ciahier STAT[ SAVINGS BANK John A. Creighton ......... President G. W. Mtnaleton .......Vice President T. ti I ll luld n .............. (a hler ). O. IIl,gris....A. sistant ( ashier R. IH. Nuckulls ..... Assistait Laolaser tinder state saperriin andl Juris. diction. Ilatrroit a,;dail lon drpllaaat. Slitl richangl available Iin all the prnicripal crties of the Unlited Statre and Iluritlrna. ('oll:t'cllnns promlptlly at tilrdl ti. Traiisat a general I .ian Itiiectnrs: J. A. (reightlnn, )Omahaa C. W. Staplton,li A. II. Ilarret, I. I). L.evitt. S V'. Krmper, l', MI. Ilodl ei., J. tI. lih lrieis. Curiler Laiie alnd Park Streets, butts. Butte. Monrt. Capital......... $lo,ooe.es Underr stlate superviion. Five per Cent interest, payable quarterly, paid on dleposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate F. AUG. III.INZI.......... Presidrent A. N. Clement. ................ashier N. A. Clark. J. Ross C;ark. W. A. CLARK i BRO. BANKERS Transacts General Itanking Bsiness. Buy gold dust, gold bars, sillt r bul. lion and local securities. Boxes for rent in safe deposit vault Sell excl.ange available in all of the principal cities to the Uni-ed States anld Europe. Special attention given to collect. tionl. ALI)X J. JOHNSTON, ,Cashier. The First National Bank. Of Butt. (Established asly.) Capital * * $200,000.00 GE.NERAL BANKING Drafts drawn on all principal cities of the world and letters of credit is. sued. ANDREW J. DAVIS......President JAMES A TALIOTT- Vice Pres. . B. WEIRICK............. Cashier J. S. DUTTON....Assstant Cashie C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pres, Fayette Harrinaton, asbhier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL. oo0,0O0.00 This bank solicits acounts, offere prompt and careful attention to business ol customers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of collections. Sell froeign and domestic exchang, transe. act a general banking business, pay intesr cat on time deposits. Directors-Charles R. Leonard, P. Aug. Heinse, S. Marcheuseau, A. Balmfortb, K. A. Loeis, C. W. Newton, T. R. HindS John MacGinniss Fayette Harrington. All Kieds of Coal and Wood. C@IIZIINS' COMb O0. No. 4 East B3radway. 1 at Calkins'.