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INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA BUREAU
110 West Park Avenue-Telephone No. 69 Advertising Rates Fumishe on Application. TEACHEHRS' COUNCIL MEET AT ANACONDA COUNTY INSTITUTE FOR DEER LODGE PEDAGOGUES WILL. CONVENE NEXT WEEK. rPE IAt. TO TIEI INTER N'OUNTAIX. 'Anaconda, March 14.-With the begin ning of next week all will be in ship. shape for the opening of the county in stitute, to be held in the county court house. The institute is under the digsct charge of County Superintendent Miss Mahoney, who has been working most earnestly in order to make it a pronounced success. The young lady's efforts seem to have brought about the desired result, for the local teachers are giving all their time to the preparation of the papers and other subjects which will likely be under dis cussioln ,y the institute members. The institute will continue throughout the week, with two night sessions sched uled, at which lectures will be given by the best educators of the state. Those who will instruct at the institute are: " Supt. R. G. Young of Butte. Mrs. Verna Tracy Young of Butte, Miss Bertha Hunta weat of the Montana State Normal of )illon. Miss Mary G. Kellett of Butte, Miss MacDougall of Anaconda, W. F. Cluton of Anaconda, Supt. Koontz of Anaconda. Lectures will be given by the following: ";reen Majors of Butte. Ella Knowles-Has kell of Butte. State Supt. Welsh, I. M. L.ewis of lHelena. Supt. Young of Butte. Papers by Mrs. I.. G. Smith. president Woman's club of Anaconda; Miss Elisa beth Thompson, Miss Teresa O'Donnell, -Jamens McCaffery, Anna V. Barratt of Anaconda: Prof. R. A. l.eamy, principal Butte hligh School; W. G. Wightnman of Willow Glen. Ont Monday evening in the Presbyterian -hurch there will be selections by the Man dolin club, song by Ed. A. Davis. lecture by Ellla Knowles-laskell. song by Mliss Alacl)ousll, recitation b)- Miss Helen Brennan. Wednesday evening in the A. O. H. hall there will be a song by R. de B. Smith. a recitation hy Miss Kellett and an address by Suplt. Young. pantloine by the school girls. enttiled the ".ast Rose'of Summer:" sonig by Mrs. II. F. Collins. recitation by Mlis. Ke'llett and sontg lby the school girls. Grip Remedies in Great Demand. When colds and grip are prevalent the quickest and surest remedies are in great demand. Mr. Joseph I). Williams of Mc Dutf. Va.. says that he was cured of a very deep and lasting attack of Ia grippe by using Chamberlain's Cotugh Remedy after trying several other preparations with no ctfect. For sale by l'axsntn & Rockefeller, snewbro Drug Co. Christie & Leys, New. tot Biros. MEETING OF REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The rjpntllican city central coannmmittee will meeatat room . B'audlry block, this Vc inti(g at $ :.to o'clock. \. T. TI', I P'll"OrXN. Chairman. (G;l.ORtG W. SPARROW. Secretary. It's a Safe Investment If you study f ,rm and plaiy your money acCordigly now% and thel, You Have a Sure Thing (' CGive the Iliihcst Odds at the Turf Exchange Pool Rooms lRar with the finest of Liquors and Cigars ill connectionl. W. J. JOHNSON, Proprietor, Main Street, A.aeoa. It's a Great Spring Tonic * ---~ IS THIS PABST'S I Blue Ribbon Beer Made from the New Malt Process + Malt Is the Soul of Beer The Better the Malt-- the Better the Beer Perfect beer, therefore, must come from perfect malt. Since Pabst's Malt Process has revolutionized the industry, beer made therefrom excels all others. :: :: :: :: So far as beer goes Blue Ribbon Is the Height of Perfection That's why you should call for Pabst's product w en you drink. Get the best and your money is well spent. J. V. COLLINS & CO. *. Distributing Agents ...ANACONDA *ý ***.ANACONDA POPULAR COUPLE UNITED IN MARRIAGE W. FRANK BERRY AND MISS ROSE J. CHOUDEK UNDER A FLORAL BELL. PFCIAL. To, T1E INTaER 1MO'NTAIl. Anaconda, March 14.-Rev. Dr. Ilanliey of the Methodist church united in nmar riage yesterday evening W. Frank Berry and Miss Rose J. Choudek, both of this city. The marriage occurred at the apartnell'nts of Mrs. Clare Edgecumllle on Fast Park avenue. W. L. Berry, brother to Mr. Berry, was the best man, while .1iss Iun can acted as bridesmlaid. A lwedling breakfast was served follott ilg Ithe clre mony. The young couple left this imornlli ing on a short trip to St Paul. 'lpon their return they will nmake their futtlre ihomel, iii Anaconda. Mr. Berry is a popular emnploye of the Washoe company. at present being yard master of the air line at the smelters. lle has been a resident of Anaconda for albout three years during which time the friends he has made are of the sort wl~, havcir wholesome regard for Mr. Berry. Miss Choudek came to this city ¶htatp four years ago. She is a graduate of tli Mechanics High Art school of St. P1ail and a talented and popular young womal:n. When Mr. Berry and his bride retlrti tI, Anaconda they will be at home to their friends at No. o8a Fast Fourth strect. EITERTAIHEO THEIR FRIENDS ROYALLY YOUNG LADIES OF ANACONDA GIVE FAREWELL RECEPTION PRIOR TO GOING ON A VISIT. SPECIAL TO TIF INTI;R MOl'uTAtf. Anaconda. March 14.-The Misses L.ouise and Bertha Ehret, who will, with their mother. leave Anaconda Tuesday night for Ilot Slrilngs Ark., gave a recep tion to a numlllber of their friends Friday evenlingl at their mother's honme on Main street. The young laldies entertained in their usual delightful way. W. \V. Johnl ston anld Miis Christine Nessler of Butte were present. Froml Anaconda were the Misses English. (;raham,. Foulkes. Evans, Sawyer. Burke. Moronly and Sheehan: Messrs Evans. I.e Mlier. Halin, I. C. Will i:nus. hirghtol. Cliniton, Meyers, Jensen, rTerry. L.onlg, Nell, English. Foulkes. H. del. Smith and Holf. M.1essrs Smith. 11lof1 and Baglin furnished some excellent miu sic for the evenilng. Refreshments were served later in the evening. For the sale inlvestnicnt land rapid alccu nmutlation of your surplus, talk with Gilcs, No. 79 \Wet Broadway, Butte. AS TO TERMS OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES Anaconda., Ml:trch 14.--1't there ap. pears to lie a conflict in the law relative to the length of the terms of ofice of the school trustees to lie elected at the conm ing school election. County Attornley Mc C'afTery has renlldcrd an opinlion for the school board to t te effect that two of the three trustees to be elected Ibe chosenl for a period of three years and onle for a ternm of two ycars. The voters of the dis trict are also expected to vote upon the question of free text books in accordance with the law. Ilennlessy's millinery opening on Mon day. lentlnessy's millinery openiing Monday. MOVEMENT FOR A CITIZENS TICKET MEE'TING HELD AND PLANS DIS CUSSED FOR PUTTING CANDI. DATES IN THE FIELD. UPtCIAt. TO TillE INTIR IOtNTAItf. Anaconda., March 14.--The movement f on foot looking to a citizenn' ticket in Anaconda this election seems to be gain ing headway every day, notwithstanding the efforts of some to break the plans of those who want a good ticket in the held. A meeting of the cititzens of Anaconda was held last night at which many of tltl represlntalivel ipeolle of the town were present. l'lans miere discutssed for the or gantiationl of a colltlltitlte. whose duty it s ill be to look after the preliminary ar ratnllgetnrts for a citiztens' ticket. Nothing def'inite was accomplished by the meeting, but there was certainly plenty of senti nent in favor of the proposition. The republicatt city central committee and the democratic city central committee have both called meetings for this even ing at 8:.3o o'clock, the former to be held at room t. fleandry block, and the latter at the rooms of the JeffTerson club. It is expected that some definite action will be taken tonight as to just what sort of a ticket will be placed in the field for the considiration of the people of this elec tion. EVANGELIST GRAVETT AND HIS REVIVAL MEETING sPEC'IAL. TO TIIK INTER MIONTAIN. Anaconda, March 14.- At the First Baptist church, corner of Fifth and Lo cust streets, a special evangelistic meeting will be held under the direction of Evan gelist Gravett. lie will speak at tr a. in. on "What Baptism Stands For;" at 3:3o p. mn. on "What It Means to Be a Cast away;" at 7:.o p. m. on "The Sin of Unbelief." Service every night during the week at 7 :uo. Special lecture at 7:30, "The Jews a Witness to the inspiration of the Bible." Everybody welcome. ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D. T. messenger-grompt, reliable. The finest kind of fish dinner at the Success restaurant today, East Park ave lnue. Anaconda. Flrnnk Kennedy of Anaconda was a Illtte visitor today. V. R. Allen went to BIutte this morn John Odson is spending the day in Butte. At St. Mark's church tomorrow Imorn ing Mrs. Clear will sing "Abide With Me," as an alto solo for the offertory. The musical setting is by A. WV. Ifoffman. In, the evtening Mr. R. A. I)cVolfe of D)etroit. Mich.. will sing "('alvary," as a tenor solo. Mr. )c\Wolfe is a singer of the highest rank. The choir will sing "Lead Kindl, I.ight." to the setting of )tDudley Buck, for the offertory. Servicese will Ibe at 8 and St a. mi. and 7:30o in the evenin.. Sunday school at a :rS o'clock. Henry Engels, general Western sales agent for the Chicago Pneumatic lTube company, with headquarters in San Fran cisco. was in Anaconda yesterday. During his stay here Mr. Engels was the guest of Superintendeqt J. S. . ickey of the foun dry department of the Anaconda com panly. For a Sunday dinner that's worth the money call at the SutcceLs, East Park ave nue. Anaconda. Milo French of Grcgsoul Sprilng r.e turned Ihome this mornintg. John Cosgrove has sold a fraction of lot 6 in block so of Anaconda. The coln sideration was $a,ooo. The north half of lot 3. in block t of Anaconda, has been sold by J. A. l)arby and wife to William S. Sigler for a con sideration of $3oo. The little daughter of Rev. Dr. Ilanbey of the Methodist church is now recover ing from her recent illness. t;. A. R. veterans and their friends will have a bean-bake and dance tonight to raise funds for the big encampment, which is to be held in Anaconda during next lmonlth. Mrs. Lyda Allen of the Methodist church will preach int the Mattic block at 8 o'clock Sunday night. Chief of Police Taylor has the new checks to be giveh out for dog tags to those who care to pay license on their canintes. In the police court yesterday afternoon Johit Delaney was sentenced to to days in the county jail on a charge of vagrancy. Mlike McJrath will spend o30 days of his tile biehind the same bars, because tie took two htams from Charles Hamnilton's store a few dayas since, It is reported in the city that a iumttber ofr men went on a strike at Jennintg's camp yesterday beeatse of alleged grievances they claimt they have thlrough payment of their hospital dues, which they say should be paid in a different mntnner in order tlhtt tlheir imembers might gain admismsion to tilhe hospital w htn it neted of lledic.l aid. MACKEL CASE GOES OVER UNTIL MONDAY The v'ial of the case of Alex Mackel, trustee, against Ras Rochester, to set aside the sale by Fred Bartlett to the defendant of a stock of goods a few days before Bartlett went into bankruptcy, was con. tinued in the federal court yesterday after. noon until Monday afternoon. Judge Knowles overruled the motion of the defense for an instruction to the jury to return a verdict for the defense on the ground that the court lacked jurisdiction, and that the plaintiff failed to make out a prima facie case. Ras Rochester, the defendant, testified briefly to the effect that he had no idea of defrauding Bartlett's creditors when he purchased the stock of goods. So far as he knew Bartlett owed no other person in town at the time with the exception of the First National bank of this city. EDITORS RETURN THANKS TO CITIZENS OF HELENA SPFPCIAL. TO THIE INTER )OL'NTAI., Helena, March 54.-Secretary Boynton of the Helena Business Men's association has received a letter from Grant S. linger, chairman of toe executive committee of the North Dakota Editorial association, ANACONDA SOCIETY OrHIAL TO rill' IN TI a ot S %1t %. tAnacotnda. March 14.---With the corn. ing of the L.enten season there hovered ot'r Anaconda a lull in the social world wihich apparently is destined to miake of life,. for those who do not strictly obscrve I Cot a tltt . 1.0ntloluIto t c' ittclnce it derd. Truly never was a closer attention 4et to the season than is now tieing paid by the Ithe Anacondans. I.ven the thea. tcr lpatronlq havt'e not been ttempted, for dur. Hg the past to dlays there have been tno .attractions at the Margarct theater, and but few entertaintments. Dancing parties now antd then hase made up whalit few ideasure-giving entertainments there have tibeer in the city. At the P'res.yteriatn church on \Vledner" day evetitng the ceremonty which united it marriage Ildward Sutter of Missonula .atoed Mi N I lya MI. Atdams of Anactnda 1, prrfrmtedl. Rev. Ir, t;wynne. pas Itfr of the church, offiiated. Ihc wed diIItg 'cuitrred it il tl parsolatie and wias .i vly private,. (n 'htltrsdiy morn ilt Nt, Sutter tand his bride left over the h1te. Aniacnmda & P'aciic road oi1 ai hlort trip.%, h ithi a short time they sill return to Missoula. where Mr. Sut ter i. engaiged by the Knhn Jewelry cote pIany, aind in which city the happy young tcouple expect to make their home. Mr. Sutter was for sonnme tittme in the employ of hM. IIamtnteralough Jewelry companty ot Anaconda, but recently returned to, 1ttnutla, fromt whence he eattle, lie was itTered a most satisfactory pnosition in that city and there he intenlds to live in thle future. Mr. Sutter is one of Mtn. tia.ta' most popular yoiung metn. His friends, and they are without tnutnler, have expressed their sincere wilsh that his married life will prove all that it is ex. pected it will. Miss Adanms at the time of her mar riage was one of the favorite teachers in Anaconda's Ipublic schools. She came here from Cheyenne asid by her pleasant manners and kindly disposition has won the hearts of all who know her. The young lady leaves in Anaconda miany who which recently visitedl Hlelena, thanking the citizens of IHelena fur the reception tendered the excursionists during their visit. Woman's Beauty is in a clear skin and good complexion, neither can be had without pure blood and good digestion-both will come by using Beechams Pills SleM Everywhere. Is boes l.t and . " MINING APPLICATION NO. 4645. Uniead States Land Oflice, Helena, Most., Jan. to, sg903. Notice is hereby liven that Andrew V. Corry, whose poatofhce address is Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, has this day filed an application for a pateat for iSoo linear feet, the rare being fur ygo feet in an easter'/ rnd 7So feet in a westerly direction fra,m the point of e-. cnvery on the Albart Piks Lode Mining claim, situated in i'ourt: of ;aly Cunor ganized) Mining ei.trict, Yuefsrson atnty, Montana. the :osition, ra.rroe and extent of the said ridring claim, designated by an oflcial surte-/ thereof as Survey No. 6765, Towaship Mfe 3 sniff` Roas N-p west, a notice of which wai posted on the Sad day of Dee':muber, reos, and beoin more particular;, ~ for and described in the official field ,ores aad plat thereof on file in this offico, as follows, to-wit: Begilnning at the auor..'et oor'er, a cress on granite stone '.n pka14 marked 1-6785 far Corner No. a, fret whence Initial Point !Ie. ', ,.etahiIed for sur veys in the u'asurv.yern p iMee n of Fre. tional Towns.ir 3 north. ta1rge y west., bears north 33sa degr.es 34 mt,.ats and $ seconds west 6,8t7 feet, a/ rumusing thenee south a degrees sad j8 mimues east doe feet to Onai r ne. ; t,.ese north 57 degrees and a minutes east s,pee feet to Corner No. ,:; thence north 3a degrees and g$ mit utes west doo feet to Corner No. 4; tive'nce south s, degrees and a minutes west ,1,ea feet to Cormn - No. ,, the place of beginning, sentaI. ing an areas of so.d64 aste, c¢aimod by the above-named applk e: fer :etent. The location of this .:lii:e is recorded in the office of the recorder of Jefierse county, on page ado, it Book as of Lodes, The only adjoining elliai is the Mountaia View lode on the northwest, claimant un known, while Survey No. 68o4, the Contra Coats lode, Andrew V. Corry ct al, appli esfnts, lies adjacent on the northwest. FRANIC D. MIRACLE, 70S. H. HARPER Regiter5 United States Claim Agent. (First pub;lestion Jant.,ry sa, ,oo..) APPLICATION FOR A PATENT. NO. 4658. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, March S, ,903. Notice is hereby given, that Richard E. De Kay, whose postoffice address is Ana conda, Montana, has this day filed his application for a patent for 40 acres of placer ground, known as the Diamond Placer Mine, bearing lime rock, in Lost Creek (unorganized), mining district, county of Deer Iodge and state of Mon. tana, and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Survey Number 6830, in fraotional Town ship $ north, Range as west of principal base line and meridian of Montana, said Survey No. 683o being as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. t, which is also quarter Section Corner between Sec tions g and so, Township s north, Range ii west, a limestone 6x8xao inches above ground, marked one-quarter on its west face for one-quarter corner, and s-683o for Corner No, a of this survey; running thence south no degrees so nminutes west, 663 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40 min utes cast, 657 feet; thence south no degrees jo minutes west, 1,3a6 feet; thence north 89 degrees 40 minutes west, 657 feet; thence north no degrees so minutes east, 663 feet; thence north 89 degrees 40 minutes west, 657 feet; thence north no degrees ao minutes east, 1,336 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40 minutes east, 657 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 40.oo acres, clllmed by the above named appli cant. 'The location of said Diamond Placer claim is recorded in the Recorder's office of Deer Lodge county, Montana, In look 3 of Placer Lo;ations, on Page sp.. Thers will regret retcerditngly her Iclav tikint froln ther cily. A party cansi tiaug o tn'he Miss.s lii an. Mi.s Mo\Inlte I)ame'. MIr. andl alti. .. B. I eggat of luatte anld n Irn. I., I;. Sti .ilh f A 1nacona i l. r i llt ,' g~i k ti.r William Sc Iiin on a sight aeeing eape. ditin at: the \\'a-ho, snme't r in Monahday last. Thl piarty taite fIouna .uttei dutring the early paIrt ui the tlternolt anid, after the tsip tihroiugh h' smrilter, w ere brought i tlhe city v landl giarn lunclhre1i1 at tihe llMontana by special artangi'tiilnt. Mlirs. Marcus )uly and her daughter, Mrs. Carronll Brown. who have Ieert visit ing in California for .nite wCee'ks past, left Anaconda during the week for ,Naw 'York city. lMrs. I)aly adal her daughter stopped off for a week's .i.ait with Mrs. Daly' amother. Mrs. Zanau, I..ans. Mrs. Brown will go to New Yi'rk wilh Mrs. I)aly and thence tot her own home in halttimore. Mtrs. ('hatr e Floodl wa, in the city on "l'hursd y frolt Blltte. Mlr. and aMr:. \\VillIas Tolrnd)ke have taken the I,leerun It lniioe', in I fthl strrat. Mr. and iMr,. W. M. Montatnmery andl Mr. and MaIrs. ti;. S. I . \\i tsur were ,iataur to ilatte on lThu:, daay eningll to atletad the rcrptiou givern tile re by the Kniaghtlas Temlplar at the inw tempicl e of hr Masonic otnrrr. Mr. and Mrs. I.. t'. Smaith have moved into the cosy apartmlllents lornterly ocrlu pied by lMrs. Shieldhl in the Shicla bunild Mlrs. John Thompson and 11011 hatve re turned to their holme in HRock Islanad after a pleaslant visit with Mr. Thompson of the foundry departulent of the Anacouudt cunlpany. Mr. anld Mrs. Robert II. Abbott have taken the nlew home recrntly rrectrd at the corner of I:ifth and Mapl,. streets. Mr. W. II. lDudley, secretary of the Anaconda company has rretrtard Iroun t'hicago and New York. W. II. Dorchester is conGned to his home with sickness. I)r. I. J. MacDonald is able to be ablout again after quite a severe attack of Is grippe, are Ino adjoining nor conflactini claims so far as known. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Diamond Placer Mine are required to file their adverse claims with the Register of the U'nited States Iand Office, at Ilelena, in the state of Montana, during the sixty days' period of publication helreof, or tlhey will lie barred by virtue aof the provisions of the statute. FRANK I). MIHA('I.I':, Hexister. I lirst l'ublicatiun Mar'h a, M aarh ,. MININIG APP'IICATION NO. 4646. I'lited States L.and flI.ce, Helena, lontana, January ta. itao. Notice is hereby given that .uhlt P. Largey by Mh. S. Largey, her attorney in fact. and the Butte and Boston Coltsoli dated Mining company, a corporation ex isting under the laws of the state of New York, whose postolice address is Butte, Montana, have this day 6led their applica tion for a patent for 66o linear feet, all westerly from tihe point of discovery in drift, of the Torrid Lode Mining Claim, upon wihich a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the ad day of January, tooj, situated in Summitit Valley (unorganlred), '"ining dist.ict, Silver hIow county. state of Montana, designated a1 Survey .No. 754, in Section 17, Township a north, Range 7 west, being tmorea partictu. lady described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northeast corner, a garalite stona, set in the groutld, with a mound of earth alonagside., and marked 2-6754 for Corner No. r. from which the northeast corner of Section I7. l'Townsh;p g morti, Range f west, bears north o de grees 15 anilautes west 37.a feet; slid roti ning thence soulth o degrees IS nailntaes east 6oua feet; thence south 89 degrees 43 minutes west 66o feet; thenlce north o degrees 15 nlminutes west 6oo feet; thence northl 89 degrees 4t Iialltats rl at 6ua fIret to the place of beginnilng containinig an area of 9so acres claimed, all of which is in coolict with Survey No. ItS6, and re. ports Nos. Iga and 174, inclussve of o.u6 acres in coolict with Survey No. 1972. The location of this claim is of recold in the Reoorc'r's office of Silver Bow saouty, Montana, in seek "U" of lodri, on pages s7 and 284. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 197s, Spread Light Lod'je, Lot als, oo the northeast, Souves No. agL6, , £At al1, on the solth and cast, No. 15s, Washington Placer, and Report Na 74. Plly Placer, on the south, -ad Survey No. "488, McQucen Pinacr, Lot aes, on the west. FRANK D. MIrACLI,. BAMUV.L BARE.Z, IR., Atterney for Applicaosi (First publication, January ,s, ageS.) MINING AI'FLILA'IION NU. 4645. United States Land Ofiice, Helena, lon. tana, January la, 19oJ. Notice is hereby given that Lulu P. Largey, by M. S. Ilaracy, her attorney in fact, and the Butte and Boston Consoli dated Mining company, a corporation e.:. iating under t . laws of the state of New York, whose postollice address is Butte, Montana, have this day iled their applicas. tion for a patent for 66o linear feet, all westerly from the point of discovery over discnvery drift of th Tropic lode mining clainl, upon which a notice of itt "ltion to Lpply for a patent was posted on the ad day of January, 90o3, situated in Sunmmit valley, unorganized, mir.'ng dis. trict, Silver bow county, state of Mon. tana, designated as Survey No. 6735, in Town.hip 3 north, Range 7 west, Scctiotn y7, and biing more particularly dcscr;bed as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northeast corl:er, a granite stone act in the ground, with a mcund of earth along. side, and marked s-675S for Corner No, a, from which the northeast corr.-t of Section ,7, Township . north, Rangjs west, baren aoth .o do es.| west oe.y feet, and uar thes i e 3m o degrcees s1 minutes caot 6o feet; thence routh 8 degrees 43 "ninutes west 660 feet; thcien north o degrees s main. utes west 6oo feet; thence north 89o c. grees 43 minutes east 660 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of p.o9 acres claimed by the above named ap. plican:ts, all of which is in confict with Survey No. 3s56, cud Reports No. 353 and 174. The location of this mine is of record in the County Recorder's oflice of Silver Bow* County, Montana, in Book "U" of lode locations at page ag. The adjoining claims to these premises are Servey No. 1a5z, Placer, Lot No. ass, on the east; keport No. ass, Waishiasl" Pla- r, and Report No. 174, Polly Plaer, on the north, and Survey No. 1486, M. Queen Placer, Lot so$, on the west, FRANK D. MIRACLE, SAMUEL BARKER, 3R,, Attorney for Applicants. . £First ptblicatioau anuaryr l, eso5.l The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Ananenda, Montana. fenrral banking In all branches. Sell exchanges on New York, Ch.. cago. St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. riaco, etc.. and draw direct on the principal cities of England, France, Ireland, G(rrnany and the Orient. Jeposits et $a.uO and upward re ccived. Correspondents Nati.anal City ban k, New York First National ban'., Chicago; First National bank, St. Paul; Omaha National bank, Ozakha; lunk eo California, San Francisco. John It. Toole, President : M. A. Creenwood, Vice President; Louis Y. ikenett, L(shier; V. C. Nor. beck, Assistant Cashier. DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Or BUTTE Established aSia. Incorporated sees. Capital.. .$100.000.00 General Banking Business IOilN D. RYAN ........ President OlN R. TOOLE.....Vice Preanltent C. C. SWINBORNE........... Casher L A. KUNKEL.....Aaaiataa. Cashier STATE SAVEINS BANK |ohn A. Creighten .......... Prelide G. W. Starleton.......Vies President St. M. lodend ............... Cashier 1. O. Hodgene...... Aaistant Cashier R . . Nuckolla...... Assistat Cashie Under state snpervision and Junrl. diction. Interest paid on deposits. Sells exchange available in all the principal caties of the United States and Elrope. Coll.xtuions prompntly at. tegnded to. Transact a general bank. iug business. D)irectors: T. A. Creighton, OmsLaha C. W. Stapleton, A. II. . arret, F. U. Levitt, S. V. Kemlper, LT S1,. llodgl ers, J. O. llodgeus. Corner Main and Park Streets, Butte. Butte. Mornt. Capital .......... $1Se,oo, Under st:.te s~upervision. Fiv.: per cent interest, payable quattcrlr, paid on deposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate F. AtT(, ITFTNZR.......... President A. N. Clcmcts .............. Cashier W. A. Clark. J. Rots Clark. W. A. CLARK & BRO. DANKERS Transacts General Banking Business Buy gold dust, gold bars, silt r buld lion and local securitics. Boxes for rent in safe deposit vault Sell exchange available :a all of the principal cities fo the United States and Europe. Special attention given to collec, tions. ALZEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier. The First National Bank Of Butte (Established sa87.) Capital * * $200,000.00 GIENEIRAL BANKING Drafts drawIn on all principal cities of the world and letters of credit is. sued. ANDREW J. DAVIS......President JAMES A TALBOTT'- Vice Pres. E. B. WEIRICK............. Cashier J. S. DUTTON....Assistant Cashiu C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. PrerL Fayette Harrinlton, 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 day of collections. Sell frocign and domestic exchange, trans. act a general banking business, pay intea, eat on time deposits. Directors--Charles R. Leonard, P. Aug. Heinse, S. Marchesseau, A. Balmforth, I. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hind& John MacGinnaiu sayette Harrigleoa. Af.I, KINDS OF COAT. AND WOOD. @II5BM6i' Olb 00. NO. 4 EAST BROADWA\.