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TODAY'S NEWS FROM THE SMELTER CITY
W, CU, 1 U. ORGAN IZER TO COME HERE VICE PRESIDENT AT LARGE MRS. WALKER IS EXPECTED IN ANACONDA. 1PIl'l IAl. 101 I 1k I 1Ni ES Mtl NTAIN. Ao.c(.nila. a F(b. . .--'iere are several ancmbcrs of the \\ oman's Chs istian I el perance union living in the city of Ana conda and it is understood from one ot them that Mrs. Anna ,Walker, vice-presi-, dent at large and national associate ot the collmmittee on work among miners of nce W. C. T. U.. will soon come here to look after busittess connected with the assocla tion. From one of the Iadies who has alwa s taken a great interest in the afftairs of the W. C. T. U.., it is learned that the work of the order is progressing nicely in Mon tana. She says that there is much en thusinsm throughout the state, especially in the towns of Helena, Missoula, Butte, Kalispell, East Helena, Stevensville, Bozeman and l.ewistown. She says that in Lewistown, Fergus county, there are more than soo members of the union, in cluding people of all classes, and working together with the utmost enthusiasm. It scents that among temperance people the \V. C. T. U. is looked upon as a sort of grand lodge of the temperance cause. The work of Captain Dutton, while having no connection with the W. C. T. U.., is nevertheless making many converts for the order. Those who really believe in the temperance cause and who are willing to make some sacrifices for the benfit of the cause usually join the order. From a letter received in this city yes terday it is understood that one of the most noted temperance orators in t.e United States will be here some time in the month of May and remain tor some weeks, delivering a series of lectures. It is no less a personage than the celebrated Col. J. C. Holt. Colonel Holt has been working in Washington and Oregon dur ing the past year with great success and is considered among the best orators in the country. MISS M'DOUCAL ILL SCECIAL TO TIlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. a8.-Mr. Pickell will have charge of St. Mark's choir tomor row, owing to the illness of Miss Mc Dougal. An attractive program of music has been prepared for both morning and even ing. Services will be as usual at 8 a. m., 31 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. At the it o'clock service there will be a celebration of the holy communion, and the sermon will be the second of a series of three upon "The Trinity of Loves." CHARLES COLLINS IS IN CITY Is Graduate of Old Volunteer Fire De partment of Anaconda. sPEC:IAL. TO TIE HITER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. sa.-Charle Collins, assistant chief of the fre department of Rossland, B. C., is in the city on a visit to his parents. lie arrived last evening and may conclude to remain in Montana, although he had a very pleasant and good paying position across the border. Mr. Collins is a graduate of the old vol. untecr fire department of this city, which, to this day, is considered by those who remember it, as the best volunteer depart ment in the West. For a matter of six years he was also a member of the paid department and was considered one of the best. He will remain in the city for some time and, as stated, it is altogether possible that he will remain in Montana, where he spent so many years. DENOUNCE THE SCHOOL DADS Mill and Smoltermen's Union Hold an In dignation Meeting. SI'rIAI. TO THlE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, Feb. 28.-At a meeting of the Mill and Smeltermen's union, held last evening at the A. O. H. hall, the board of education for the city of Ana conda was once more denounced, and at the next meeting of the next labor organ ization that meets it is asserted positively that they will be denounced some more. There was a general discussion of the question raised by the trustees relative to the right of the teachers of the city to form a union and the resolutions adopted by the Central Labor council were unani snously indorsed. HUNTER'S BROTHER IS DEAD He Leaves to Take the Remains to To ronto, Canada. Anaconda, Feb. a8.-George P. Hunter, a photographer of Anaconda, left last night for Gillette, Wyo., on the sad mission of securing the remains of a brother killed at that place and conveying them to the old home in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Hunter yesterday received a tele Sgramn announcing the death of 'his brother and almiost within the hour he was ready for the journey. It will be at least one month before he returns to his business in this city. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-prompt, reliable. Mrs. James H. McMaster, widow of the late James II. McMastcr, formerly sheriff of Deer Lodge county, and one of the best-known old-timers in the state, came to the city yesterday to attend to soime smatters connceted with her late husband's estate. 0. T. Sullivan of New York, one of the traveling men who like to swap. stories of the road, was in the city yesterday. B. Dinkenspiel, one of the popular knights of the road, is doing some busi ness in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. Colvin gave a pleasant lit tle dancing party at A. O. H. hall last evening. The regular quarterly examination of teachers is being conducted at the office of the county superintendent of schools. jar the safe investment and rapid sect. *aulation of your surplus, talk with Giles, pp West Broadway, But.-. HIBERNIANS TO MARK ROBT. EMMET'S BIRTH 5PECIAL TO TlHE INTEIR -Imt ,IA.t. Anaconda, Feb. aS.--The members of the Robert Emmet l.iterary society t ill observe the auniversary of the birthday of Robert Etnmmet. the Irish patriot whose name the society bear., by a celebration lto be held in A. ). Ii. hall on the e'vrening of March 4. A committee consisting of M.. J. Walsh. R. . lhayes, llugh Ilaly, J. P. Kelly. P. II. Cuddihy, William Nelliher and J. F. Spelhnan is arranging for the event. Dr. Spellman will pre side at the celebration of March 4. Thle fhllowitg program will be ren dered: Solo, Capt. J. J. McGuinness; recitation, Mayme Sheehan; sclo, Frank E. Marts; address, John S. Tolan; solo, John Reese; selections, mandolin club; ad dress, P. H. Cuddihy; solo, Charles IloiT; song, Sisters' School quartet; solo, Edwint A. Davis; solo, E. E. Pickel. The entertainment will close by the entire audience rising and singing "God Save Ireland." M. 7. WALSI. t 1JOhN S. TOLAN. ECHO OF CONTESTS IN DISTRICT COURT MOTIONS OF DISMISSAL IN SUITS OF FINLEN AND STRASSBURGER HAVE BEEN FILED. An echo of the contested county elec tions was heard in Judge Clancy's divis ion of the district court this morning. Im mediately upon the opening of the court Attorney J. Bruce Kremer filed motions of dismissal in the cases of the treasurer and surveyor. It will be remembered that Edward Strassburger, democratic candidate for surveyor, and James Finkln, democratic *candidate for treasurer, filed contests against Alfred Frank and James Maher, who were on the fusion ticket and who were declared ulected to the respective of fices, There are a number of other election contests pending, but whether similar ac.. tion will he taken regarding them is not known. Later Attorney Kremer filed notice of himself and Attorney Connolly, as counsel in the contest of P. V. Ryan against John Weston, for the office of county clerk and recorder. Attorney W. E,. Carroll was substituted as counsel for Ryan. ROBERT EMMET. REVY C. C. FROST IS DEAD AT WATERFORD FORMER PASTOR OF BUTTE BAP TIST CHURCH HAS PASSED AWAY IN CONNECTICUT. Rev. C. C. Frost, at one time pastor of the Baptist church in this city, died at Waterford, (:t., on February i6, and the news reached this city by letter t few days ago. Mr. Frost preached two vigorous sermons on Sunday, the day be-. fore he died, according to the letter, which indicates that his death was without pre monition. Mr. Frost was pastor of the Baptipt church in Butte in the early eighties. He left here late in the decade named, and had lived in the East ever since. After, leaving the Butte ministry he engaged inr mining for a short time, but without much success. 11ie returned to the pulpit in tYe last. Mr. Frost took part in the civil war as a soldier, and was a member of the E. A. I. of Butte. F:x Cuban Holidays. l lavmna, Feb, 28.--Tlhe session of the senate ytsterday was taken up with tbe hIouse bill tixing five national holiday;l ELKS ARE STARYING IN THE MOUNTAIMS RUSH A RANCH, TEAR DOWN FENCES AND DEVOUR EVERYTHING THEY CAN FIND. Anaconlda, ..l. 2:. 1ituinjg throught Powcll and Granite counties there is a low range of mountains, having dilTerettt names in dilefrent localities, in which c;l be found the only band of Elk int Western Montana. Of late years they have Iteetl thinned out by pothunters and ch ased with dogs, but in spite of all there are now several hundred head of the nthle animals remaining. Front reports front that section it ap pears that the winter feeding ground of the animals is, this year, covered with snow, and in the last two weeks it has become crusted so that the elks are about starving to death, it being absolutely impossible fot them to reach the bunchgrass. It is said that the snow is about four feet deep and since the rainstorm that occurred in that region some weeks ;ago, the animals have nearly starved to death. Last Tuesday about So of the half starved and frenzied animals swooped down upon the ranch of a mlan nano dI Capron, who lives on Mlaitn Rck creek, and tore down the fence around his hay stacks and destroyed and devorred about as tons of his best hay. Mr. Caplron re ports that the bttlls were very datngerotus and that it was implossible for him andi his two dogs to frighten themn ofT; i'l fact, he nearly lost his life in an attempt to ndo o. One of the elks, a hit bull, lbroke two of his legs in jumping the corral feIcc, atnd he was shot the following mtornlillg by the outraged rancher. Except for the. fact that one prong was broken he had the finest pair of antlers ever seen in this counltry. The meat was In(t good landl M r. (apron wilt be compelled to gret vtten for the loss of his hay on tihe teeth and hlta.. NEW CHANGE IN TIME CARD Anacondla, Feb. 28. It is on nIi'l I that on March i there will lie clal.ne in the time card as follw Trauin No. 7 will leave Ilittlc at p. In. instead of 5 :o5 p. ii., arrivilng in Anaconda Sit 5:i5 p. in. Train No. so will leave Ainaoila it 6:J.5 p. Inl.. inlsttead of 7:15 I. in., ir riving at Ilutte at 7 :to Ii. ol. 'l hte chlig will make no pIarticihlar iiil ference to theli pieople of Anai'llon ia oe ally. The train service in anld out of 1n,i conda it excellent, .lod ai 'iioon :4" Ilh people who travel oni(lln tallllli r ,iii the change thicre ill he no cmpll.lilit. NOTICE FOi PUBI.ICATION. Dcpsrtnecnt of the Interior, ) Land Office lt llelena, Mont. ). Februsary 3. 9on.l ) Notice is herelby given that the follow. ing-nansed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be m;ld before John . Lardley, Unlited States commilsioner, at Anaconail, Moot., on March 7, IoJ 3 viz.: , rnest Jlils fror homestead entry No. s,72,a, for tihe south east quarter Section 14, 'iuwn-hlilp 4 lorth, Range IIs west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon anlld cultivation of said land, viz.: John O. Allen, Frank Callan, WVilli.an Callan, John Karlack, of Anacollna, Mont. FRANK D. MIRA( I.lE, MINING AI'IPLICA'T'ION NO. 4o0,. United States Land Ofir.ce, lielena, Moo. tans, Decemnber a2. 19go. Notice is hereby given that t!.e Aia. conda (Copper Mining company, a corpor. ation, created and existlnk under and by virtue of the laws of the state of Monl. tans, by John Gitlie, its attorney-in falt, whose postoflice address is Butte. Morn. tana, has this day filed Its appli-ation for a patent for 76.69 acres of r.necr around, beasing building stone, satuated in Gee. sman Gulch (unorganized) Milning iistrict, Silver Bow county, state or Montan, and designqted Iy the field notes aind official plat on file in this ofice as Mineral Sue. vey No. 6587, the said clain being knows as the King Placer, and is more particae larly described as follows. to-wit: Beginning at the northerly Corner No. t, a granite stone. lmxtoao inches, i. inches deep, marked I-6587, from which the southwest eaorner Section i, Township 3 north, Pange so west, Manta-a Meridisa bears north r7 degrees .a3 minutes west 4817.o feet, running, thence south 42 do. grees 4 laiiiiitetr east 9,o feet to Cornet No. a, which is also Corner No. 8. Sur. vey No. 6o6, L.ot 44; thence south td degrees 5 minutes west 7,8.2 feet to Cor ncr No. 3: thence south 14 deagr'es 4 mlrlies west ag9.1 feet to Corner No. 41 thence south 26 degrees a7 Inutes west 429.7 feet to Corner No. 5; thence north 63 degrees 40 minutes wert 165.7 feet to Corner No. 6, which is aiso Corner No. ls, said Survey No. 606; thence south 47 degrees a minutes west 1433.5 feet to Corner No. 2; tlhencr north 4a drrees 43 minutes west 1287.4 feet to Corner No. 8; thence noith 46 degrees 18 minutes east a649.3 feet to Corner No. s. the place of beginning; cotltaining as area of 76.69 acres. The loeation of this claim Is of record ia the Recorder's office of Silver Row county, state of Montana, rvs Page 434, is book "D" of Placer, Millsite and Water Right Records. There are no conflicting claims. Surl vey No. 606, Placer, 1.o0 44, adjoise on the southeaste.ly side, Hugh B. Me. Cleery et al., applicants. FRANK 1). MIRACLE, Re;!:ter. Pelrt rifhtlest.on ,ree'."'er 24. 2n,). -I1NING APPLICA'LOUN NO. 4631. United States Lend OMce, Helena, Moo. tans, Deoember 17, 1po9a Notice is hereby given that John Hop. kins, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this dat filed his application for a patent for is,oo linear feet, being 93 feet westerly and s40o feet easterly from point of discovery in cut of the At. lantic Slope Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the ad day of De. cember, Iges, situated in unorganised Mining District, Jefferson county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6794, in Township g north, Isange 7 west, being mo'e particularly described as follows, to. wit Jieginning at the northeast corner a granite stone set In the ground with a mound of tarth alongside, and marked 5.6794 for Corner No, i, from which the quarter ection sorner on the south bound. ary of Seitis a4, Township 4 north, Range f west, bears aorth so degrees os minutes east itap.s feet, and running thence north II degrees 4 nminutes wesg 3lo5.3 feet, thenee south , degrees os mia. ates west 46* feet, thence south Ia dregree aO minutes east alo.,t feet. thence north p degrees og minutes east 6oo feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of .t acsres claismed by the above naised aplieant he location of this claim Is of record in the recorder's oMes of Jefftrson county, Montana, in Book "as" of lodes, on piag There are no known adjoining claims. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicant. (Fist Publcation, December es, agepI MINiNG AI'1'LICATiuN NO. 4043. United States LanJ O;:e., ilele,a, Mont., Jil. oIn, i1,ol. Notice in herreby riven thiat Andrerw V. Corry, whose paiotolhr* ani ..^s i It tte. Silver Ilow coti1It, 1 lontnn, h,0. this day filed an aipplicr.ton tor f n p.atlt for 1.goo linear freet, the a, e hlngi fher 7 ,i feet in an ea*stter'j * 4,I 750 feet in a westerly direction fr,.,n tie polnt of ass. coerry on tihe Al,.rt I'iks L.de Mlin.ig claim, ct-Rted in ' ourt.. of j.il. iunler. ganisei) Mining , .it.hict, ivtlfrson coLunty, Montana. the .nsiti.l, r o.,tr e nlo. extent of the paid 'liring clainm, dc.;ignKted Iby an oflirial sur :r; tltrreqof n Survcv No. p611, Township No. s l*t*a, Range Na p West, a lnutice of which wnl puntru on tile sod day of D)ec -nlh.r. "Mt a a.I e. eiIg mote pn ticult i e* f,', aid.i desc shed in the olti. al I;eli . r', O.d Iplht thcure.n on filr in this uofli., ~ f(cllow., to wi: tegiltninr at the ,sIl '. V. , t.IIall I, w cross on granlite stone .0 1 il;t:, i:arked 1-7815I for CI . nr No. r. (r, m rl I ien'. Initial Po!,st 'o. .. al.|ih aed for str ve)5 in the "s'urvber. roItion .f 1'rao. tio alt Town,.,il .1 .no, i. .a', g 7 w .,t. bears north .)j degre, i.:' m;:,.a aIui 1it seconds wecil 6,Jl7 fr't, a i a Ildllll"tg thirnce south j: .lgtreqs *iil SM siinl.tes east 6ou Iel t (',rl r 'In. ; t:ar,,ce north 57 detrer i and.1lI, a llnutes C aist I feet to Corner NO l thence II.1I11 Is degrees iand 5l 'iii iis, west oI,) Ies to Corner No. 4; tl tirce sith c; si.I res and a minutes wates t eIa I,.'t to I c.fner No. I, tle place of biegiIninig, C.ntalin fig an area iof .. hi a. et. c, '.nt i iby lie albove-nalesd apphl, "'. fur 'l.ent 'The location t'is inr is rei rnrdhled in the onher of the reruricir of ,Iilcrson tcomlsty, n pal e dI.i , t.1in H k .' .I I.d,l41.S11 The only adjoiming rlrtl is the *.nI',,t. i a View lode on the notthwast, rlaitlanit sit. known,i while Siurvey .o'. (,,4. the t'ntra ('ota lol.e Anirhew V. (i,,y it hl. .g .ti cealits, liI e ial)h inilit on the nortli, site . FRA N K 1). llll( . 1, JOS. !1 11, I I i , I1 (First pIhl.c,,l[. .n i;nnenry i , n ..) MININGAI; AI iI.ICATIuN N. Il, 46..6, 1 1, lit, i t*: l1ti , Jant ar t s 1 ~., , l. Notice ic hu e.hy live, thlt I hl I'. I atJ c y iy S.. S. l.laetv, hl litce lt,'iicv facrtI .c1 ,1i t i ll c attc, it I.I ,1i'l l . .nl daitei Minim; *'cnpy.1nyv a cc" 1cI .II , , isting cnder tih iaws of tic *tac 1 .1 '" w Y' k,. wh €o,, i llp,. h, r adlhci , , . I. It,. lMontaca, ih vr h Ie, I.,L i h ,I ill ih ll . I . a Iic, fir a pal ti fc, (,1i,, liie .11 I t. ill w. stesly Ifr, t Iliir. in, t i dli ,. toy li drir t. of the 'To rrid Lide M iis,,i ,' ,,i 6 , pion wllich n olitice o ilitentil 1, Iln ;l ap'I for it piatenlt was Pi'tetI oil tie .d li y ofi January, ic)o|, eituateJ in Scein uanit Valley ( ic orga ic l ed,' l, n-i cli i ,1 i lWtritl, S.lver it , w oiUlity, sltat of Montacts, liesiignated ns Sttr' y .No. 754, in Seciitii 17, I'cwna .;iip * north, i 1a. U ne 7 wie , beingil :'tI t palit, ut hlrly d'ciilicl wid a tlilloiti, io 'ia : li.le ininnq at til,. north. a·.t l I i , cr, a el':l alt )le lIon , s1t in ithe gionlldi(c , wli1iI a mi ndlil of racrdh allocg.lccv, 1nic i mar",cd I- .17 I for c(orln r No,. i, rclcic c ui. h the lnorthe -t cI elr r of ..I liuo, 17, 'io.v:ilup , north, RIange 7 west, hears north o do. i; 1E/ 1 i llli.IAteh w esl t I.1 / ll11 , r eI I l I ping tilc nfet ldt'th c dc11eticls d'5 cnle : minull ti wA Ait l, il, rtt; t Icl ii cr ni, tih ci d'LgriE I li minclcl s w . ,I l , 111 t, I h i *, I north 89 degrees 43 nlisute: ecast 661, fet to thlie plate ul o ,gcicnl.ig, t.Ilaticicn l ill all c cl Mi I).) Ii cc1'1ll.l i.'dI, . ll1 I Wtll Ci inl conllilt withl Sui y Jo,. iel , ac. l i o Portls N o .u I'2 ii. L c1 c/ , cit lusblV v ll .,.6 acl:r ll cueoitlicl with Sircv y Nni. 1,c7l, Tlihe locati(n o tlhiu claim is o I. ccio in ithe Re r ,i r, i'c ,tlr of Scllv r fiow cuillyl) , .ll 11n ,liai , litls l llo k *U" ui i0. s,, oil pi l- ' c a cii, -.8 4. "ie ic i c),iilcif i1 1ci,. I., tihr, li pr mciiri are Sil cv y Nc,. 197,1, ,.lr,,I t i I t Ioi., 1, I ot .Hc1,ont Ihl n lirtll iast, Stcl .y No I ,16, iplacer llut, wlit I nl cl .- h outc and c.it, Riport No. c s. WcViliCcclinc I'lAler, anil (rlport No. 17.. I'clly I'c.0c th c .l ic. , lh, ccii Slrvi y No. 1.1144, Mc. iu 'r e la,,r, i.ot Jlo, in tlill WIt. I-RANK I,. MIPAC'.E, ilegiister. S1 11M l i. ItAItKi 't, . t., Attorniy for Api:cllcanta. (i'iit plihllictio , J:acular 1.1, 1 o 03.) MlIN .Nl, AJ't'l.ic.t c1 , ) \liJ. 4(145. Uniteli, Staltls il d . ,' .th ce, ll'ao l l, 1uo.t tlician , Jailnuary ci, i", . Notice it hercicy g.I ic tlht LulN I' i.luagi y, by 1I. S. f.;c gi ), hu r tilItlrccy ic i ait t, cadi11 l 11 h the liite nl Iluibti . u cl u ll Icdated Mcliccncg c ourifl. y, ai Ilo lfilnacIo . iltiig ulicl I law., (t the btat.' ul New York, whosie iptcclauea cdcre,,s is Illitt, MoulaIa have, this I.lay ic-d their appc cac tionl f orT Ic p t l t fr (c ic, 0 ar lcii It, all wecterly ,len ( tie point of discrcv'cly ,over dihccvcry dIilt o" li' I1 r3l* c 1lc11, i ilclllccg claiicc, cajnwl n ihcil P tcictce of i11t cccse to :.Ipply fur t patent was pfbtllJ on tIci ai1 dac y of Januaic ry, clji S., itusc.tci ilc Sinc licct valley, uccor ianizedc, lsii;c:g ui. trict, Silver iliw coiunty, sitate of .5,11. talica, desigintle d as Survey No. 1755, ill Jwiccisii1i .i inorth, iange 7 wect, Si ctIiI 17, anid brinig :ire particularly desllieicrd as follows, to wit. fcining aiI it Irte northieat corrctr, a gralita .olne I in the groundc, with a lcmun!d cof carts clong. side, and marked 1-6753 fir (o'.litr No. I, from which the northeaset car.- lf Section 17, Township .; north. (Oangt: 7 west, beias north o deveee is R, :cte west 0oo.7 feet, ad runaing ih.0're gath o degrees 13 liiniltes ei,. nqc sect; thence touth 01 4 d:zgrces 43 ;iinuit,. west. 660 feet; therli. north a dcgr es 15 min. utes west Gioo feet; thence :,rth 89 t '.. greew 43 minutes east 66o icet to the place of beginning, containing all area of p.o9 acres claim.i by the abov: niiamed up. plica its, all of which is in couflic. with Survey No. 1516, .lnd Reports No. Isa and 174. The locatlon of this mine Is of rccord in the County Recorder's office of Silver Dow County, Mocntana, in Book "U" ,f lode locatcoils at page ag. The adjolning claims to these premises are Survey No. 156, Placer, Lot No. ar, on the east; kcport No. 15a, Washington Plac r, and Report No. 174, Polly Placer, on the north, and Survey No. 1488, Mc. Queen Placer, Lot sos, o0 the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, R tgister. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. (First prblication January 13, ipo3). The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Anacona, Mentam. Ceneral banking In all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Chio aero, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. risco, etc.. and draw direct on the principal cities nof England, Franee, Ireland, Gerlmany and the Orient, J)eposlita at $.oo ann up'ar4 re ceived. Cerrespentents Natinal City btll , New York First National ban',. Chicago; First National bank, St. Paul; Omaha Naltional bank. Oi.laha; L'r'; of r'.lifnrnia, San Francisco. Jhiim R. Tonle, Preaidlent; hf. l. (;ret.nwnod, Vice P'resident; Louls .lennett, C:('hsrr; F. C. Nor. Ie rk, Assistant ('ashier. DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BUVTTE Establihe.l sIlls. Incorporated iget. Caipital... $100,000o. General Banking Business JOhIN r). RYAN........... Presideat 011N R. T)Ol .....Vice I'reldltent C. t. S.\'INIiI(aNE.........('ashier R. A. KUNKI:L.....Asisanr.t tCashir STATE SAVINGS BANK John A. Crrigllitn ........ President G. W. St.allrton....... Vice relident T1 . Illllnl.ns. ..............'ashier I 0.(). gnllg.rn .....Assistant Cashier R. II. N II.l..l ....A.sistai.t C'alliel timlr 1 ,i.itr at tnp'rr ision and Jlrie di.tin ll I tmm, t 1i oll ll, i ello its. Its rlm hn.iig aoia.,le ia all. the piin , il ,.;,tics of the Unitedi States itu I ilU, lpe. (oill l q e ion prl ,tly at. trmlrd io Traniuct a geria'il h..nk. I, ,,AcuI . I A. ( r'..htoni,. cOmalha; . \V . ,,l tll n. A. II. i!arrt, . )I. i ,l it. V , h., mi r, TI A. llIodg. ,, J 0 Ih klll . I m. , r . m ti lmdii.. I il :itrc'ts, Ilt'te. Butte. Morst. Capital ........S. $on,ooo.os Indrlr iat', speervisinn. Five I o cent iilnerrent, pijale quarterlr, p ;id full d l inits. Money to Loan on Real Estate F. A.I . III.INZ ..........President A. N. Llenieita ...............Cashier -W. A. (lark. J. tos Ctarh. W. A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS "Transa to G(;rerial ilaJking Bisiness Iltuy idi dust, gold bars, silts er bul* lien amd lail iicuritieq. Itxes fr.r rent in safe depr,sit vault. Sell excl.ange available 1:s all of the pri1..pal cities fo tfie lruited State L4i'd l.ui ope. Speecial attention given to collec. Lions. AI.LEX J. JOIINS"rON, Cashier. The r': National Bank Of Butte (Estatbliahed s879.) Capital - - $200,000.00 (IINER AI. BANKING Drafts drawn on all principal cities of the world land letters of credit iL, sued. ANDREW J. DAVIS ......President JAMES A TAI.IOT'T- Vice Prom ,:. It. W FIRIICK............. Cashier J. S. )U'1"ON....Assistanl C(ash. e C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pre., Fayette Harrin.ton, Lauhler. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL, $100.000.03 This bank solicits accounts, offeeg prompt and careful attention to businersof customers, Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of collectione. Sell froeiign and domestic exchange, tran*. act a general banking business, pay lup,. cat on time deposits. Directore--Charles R. Leonard, P. Aug. Heinze, S. Marchesseau, A. Balmforth, U. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hiadl John MacGinniss Fayette Hlarrir.toa. All Kisds of Coal and Woeed. OITIZEMS' C001. 00. No. 4 East dr.adwa. at Calkies'.