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REVOLUTIONS A MINUTE Workman Is Caught in It and Whirled Around Escapes With Life. S I ASCO('IATED PREAS. 'New York. April 7.-Caught In a wheel rmaking Ioo revolutions a minute, Michacl i)evanney. a boiler-maker emn played in a IlBrklyn iron works, was whirled around the circle for perhaps two milnutes yeterday. but not seriously hurt. )hrvnnney was at work besidle n big fly wheelt, when his coat was cauRght ill the Ibe.ing. tie yelled once or twice as lhe felt himself tdraswn to what he thought was his death andu then became untcon scious. Quickly the belt was thrown off and r)evanney',a ody felt to the floor appar ently liieless. Ioctor, were isutimond and the *u5lm.ed dead man was thor nsshly examined fir nlmortal injuries. While lth doctors and hllopmates were gathered abtout the limp form, the s.p pnled corpse .at uptight. rubbed his head and looked about in a confused manner. Deatiney becatme cnsicioust in a few ntinulltr . (llnitgh to Jecotlic rcrious to know what had happencud. ani when, in formed he whistled anld said it was a closer call than he wantCed again. New Columbia Professorship. New York. April 7.- -Annousncemeut ii a gift of $io,s.,, tos I oluhia univer.ity hlas justt been made puiblic at a meeting of the trusteed. I1 he gift is from the es tate of l)orman lI. Flaton and the trusters voted to ulr the oisllney to establish the Eaton professorship of :alministrative law and municipal scieInce in accordance with the ,rovistionii of Mr. Faton's will. Frank J. t; iodnw. now professor of ad Insinistrative law, has been appointed to the chair. Ask for t'rntennial hBock Beer. This peculiar cro.stailed "R" is the siign now universally used on doctors' prescriptions, of which we make a specialty. O)riginally the L.atin word "Recipe" was a comtand by the phy sitian to the druggist to "take" the drug, specified and compound them as directed on the prescription. At first it was nwritten out in full. then it was absre iated by the initial letter "R" with a little mark across the tail to .hw the bib;res.ii, n. Na waayss we use deriiat;i t ,f this cord cun'tant 11 e. g. R cti; t. a tl.ing t.ken ; Ite. cipient, a person who, take,; Recipe, a fe rnm':a Rective. t.he a;: of t.king. )Our pharm'a.y is recognized by the physicia:s fur 1taintaining the HIG',IILSI STAN:DAkD OF P1'II' V in everything pertaining to medicine. If you bring your prescriptions to us you can be sure of the best possil,le results. People like to trade at our Pharmacy because they have confidence in us and know that everything we sell is reliable, awhether it is medicine or general drug store goods. We invite your patronage. ~ cu--- ------- -- . Paxson & Rockefeller RIE CROSS DRU'G STORE 24 West Park Street Wall Papers That Please the Critical Hung by workmen that satisfy the most Exacting. At Prices to Suit the Most Prudent. SCIIATZLEIN PAINT CO. 14 West Broadway. IYELLEK DOCTORS Sere All SrII ele Diseasel of Mie. ad Woeme.. N., Corner Broadway and Montana Streets LATEST MINING NETWS WORK ON SMELTER Thought Sumpter, Oregon Plant Will Be Ready for Business Soon. SIl'PE 1.1. 10 TIE INItER AOIUNTAIN. Sumpter, Ore., April 7.-Work on the Sumpter smelter is driving ahead satis factorily. It ill not be long after the last shipment of machinery is received before the company will have everything ready to lblow ill. The main part yet to be completed is the furnace anld work on this canliot he started until the nlachinery a rrivcs. A newsp;taper mtan visited the big plant the other da.y and ill company with Sup erinltenlldlent Neel. went through its carious depairtiment, noitlg the lprrogress of the cotmntrlutive work. il he hot hlast stove bas been completed. [ihe ifuldations for the lengines alnd bl Cr' tire finishedt an li- th oon gaIlon tank is up. TI 'hi llank will ble usld to supply tl ht hl,,iler, . ait l a i othb r of the 1 i c,.apaite y is siituat.d llon the hill above for tir . protection. The Sampling mill is alslo practically coimpletedl . IMPROVEMENT IN METHOD OF TREATING PRODUCTS Coal From Cottonwood Company's Plant at Stockett and How lit Is Pre pared for the Market. Pli Ill . Il l ) .; Ic l lVN $il 10l '11.11<. (rmat falls. April 7. -The improve mints in the treatiment of the lproduclts of the liitues oif the cI ,ttionwood Cotal coml patny at toiketI airle lmakinlg a mark,ed dif ference ini the ui ulily of the fuil s.ipplic froi that pint. Briefly, tihe method i l ,ed ii. as flli,ws: "he coal, as it comes fromni the tiilltes, passes over coarste screeins, thie itit pIass ing straight to the crars in the iusi I l l - ner, the egg. nti aid slack sizes dropping to a rocking sereenl hllow. Ihere the lack is rtmoviiivel while thi rsiduli passes iiito an elevator, which carries it toi hits sits alied at the i the top iliing. ul r.From there it feeds ilnto the spiral separators. il hi re thilte(i and "hone" is remov ii d. A spiral separatir, roughly spueakint, is in upright post, somie to feet in height. aroundl ihich is wound. like the ihir.id ilf a screw, a Ifatile of slieetI i l making four complete turns and fixed to the ilup right at as angle fIld ll by exp,'eriment to lie most etfcctial for the deiiredl ptrpose. Obscrvation has shownl that the sllloiotler "cleavage" of ~ late and "lione" wiill ca ell it to slide on an inclined surface rather than acqulire a rnlling motioin. Coal, on the contrary. from its irregu larities, % ill roll and will naturally acquire a greater minerntullt tha the slilhing ma terial. Tol aid these differences the she'et iron flange above described is perfectly sitimooth for a few ilches fromn the post, while toward tile outer rhimt it is rough ened with corrugatiiions. The coal to lie trIateil dtiro. froml the elevator into hippers at the top of the "spiral" aii feerds itself regularly into the. lhe incline of the flange is suf ciently steepl fr the material to inueinei ately deIcerdi, the slate said bone liid ing rn the smooth part of the flange im medliately lext to the post. flil the coal, with its rolling motion, going toward aid over the outer edlge. As the greater part of the pure coal ac tually leaves the spiral before reachlilng the hbae a sile collar of sheet ir't i i sr l il erected aroundil the whole, fn(tilll-shaped which collects all the coal spilled and conducts it through a funniel to the chute below. Slate. etc.. finds its way into an other chuite and goes straight ito the refuse car. The chute inito which it falls is stloped at an angle which allows it a free down. ward ntovineuit. Around the chute are stationed a numbtlier of boys who pick out such pieces of waste as have not beeni re moved by the miiechanical process. I'romn inent among these iimpuitrities are sihat are known as "sulphur balls," w hich from their Imoure or less spherical shape, take the sanme course as thIe coal. The present plaint, which is a mierely temporary expedient, does not admit of sulticient "pickinig surface" to insure an absolutely clean product, but in the large and lofty building now in process of erection ample apace will lie available to remedy this defect and before another coal season is here a coal of all sizes, hump, stove, egg, nut anti pea, will lie ott the local inarket which will be absolutely satisfactory for all purposes. With the limited space now available hut oue grade, egg and nut mixed, is sild by the company's local agents. SOME $75,000 ARE TO BE SPENT UPON THE POST Many Needed Improvements Are to Be Put in at Fort Yellowstone-New Sewer Among Necessities. SPI.'IAI. TO Mil. INTER MON AIN.I . llavre, April 7.-About $75,00ooo is to h,. expended in the Post, as Assinnihoine this summer is making many needed im provements, and the work will begin just as soon as the successful biidcrs on the various contracts are awarded the work. ,A complete sewer system, and that in cludes bath rooms in the various build ings and the plumbitlg, will be installed. The sewer water will be run back into Beaver creek after it has passed through the new septic tan .that will be built for the puriticatioj the water. The water after beini ~ubjected to this treat ment is said to be better for boiler pur poses thian in its original state. In addition to the sewerage work adl ditions will be built upon tile live sets of barracks that are now crowded with over 700 ilen drawing rationsl. 'T'hese n augmented by the ofijeers aud their Tamilies bring the number of people in the post up to nearly I,ooo. The work will give employmelnt to a small army of laborers and will be rushed to cernlpletion with all the expedition con sistenT with thorough work. ECZEMA, NO CURE, NO PAY. Your druggist will retund your money if PAZU OINTMENT falls to cure Ring. worm, Tett ., Ol4 Ulcers and Sores, Pim. ples and Blackheads on the face, and aU skin diseases. so sealts BLACK HILLS MINES Are Still Comers and Said to Be Destined to At tain Highest Rank. IaECIAL. TO TIHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Deadwood, S. 1)., April 7.-It has t.,ken years of hard work and cost many fir tunes to acquire the present happy ..;,:e of development in the Black Hills .' 1ld fields. Yet nevertheless when the .l verse conditions are taken into accou.t a most remarkable showing in the recoil ," production has been accomplished. Each succeeding year has shown a ,,it stant and increasing yield over the Ip.t one. The year sIoa showed the laret increase, and this year will be fully tioe third more than zroa. And yet this e.,at district can be said to be only in it, in fancy of development and production. L. w mines are almost an everyday item. atnd many new milling Iplants are being inst..'! I with the 'heIst p-to-date machinery iti fart a sita' e.ra has atntewd for the I'. k Ilills an. the seLtionl has become a it y popular one fur minting men and i -t oirs. .Mliing is on a solid foundation. c." tal is asIured rich pronits and the Black il*l'+ is dretitted to rank with the great I.! diitricts of the worhl at no distant d. INDIANAPOLIS MINING MEN ARE IN ARIZONA Mayor Taggart and Others Hurryir,, to Mexico to Protect Some Mines Which They Hold Interests. I1\ 1s0 C'IAlrD IPRESs, Iangilaui. Ariz.. April 7.-Attach, I it the regular train that arrived at Doi'.. was a private car carrying a part .f millia.mire mtine owners from Indi. .p alis. 'Ihoman Tlaggart. mayor' oP III .n alupolis and I)r. I:rank C. ilaneston, a. - t the head of the party. The 'faggart party h:ld a special r. in awattlitilg thet )here anl nas soon as they reached I)ouglass. were transferred :i.lt procxeded toward Fairlbanks at the .Irc of 6i, tmiles ant hour. itt order to catt : 0!i train for No:alvt., which takes the'n it I Irrm.t illo, IThe party is tmaking fast time i'! ", der to get to Ilermtosillo it time to rtc an injlunction o.n IPhelps. Dodge & whlto claim to have I,,tought certain ctopter mines in Mexico. The party claim the sale was illegal. The partics are prep lring foq a tIuht which will probaldy drag along itt tlhe Mexico courts. The sale claimed to I:.ate been made to Phelps, Dodge & Co.. iin ot lves $2.ouo,ooo. DANIELSVILLE CONTINUES TO BE A PROMISING OfMP Yellow Jacket and Independert Are Working and the District Still Bids Fair to Rank Very Well. 1''F 1A1i . 10 1li I rt itH MOUNTAI N. l'hilips.lurg, April 7. -Although nI si much in the public rye as a year .s,,. the Daniailvtlle miining district near Iacr Track. in Powell county, has come i, he one of the important producing canli, itn the northwest. The :o-stamp mill has btrn running t.o days and -has avt i. l a daily cleanup of $;6o during that i. . There are as men working in the 1, ,Iw Jacket and the Independent mines. Benjamin I)aniels. it is reported li, it good authority, has dlisposed of bi, in tercsts in the mines to an English nli cate for $50,oo000. lie left for .EnI'.nil. T'ont IDaniels is superintendent or !ie mines and Lea Course is superinteid, it of the mill. BEWARE OF THE WILDCATS! Said They Are Getting nt Their Good Work in the Philipsburg District. rPrt'lAI. TO Till. INTRa MOUNTAIN. I'hilipshurg, April 7.--The succe" o1' the Butte stockholders in the Mo,.tla golld M.ining company and Royal has hcI to the placing on the market of con-li, r able stock in what may be plsih red "wild-cat" properties, and In onp inti nce a group of claims is advertised as ~ i,,g within half a mile of the Sunday IIde, when as a matter of fact they are ,a .iles away. Purchasers of stock in companies *iper ating in the Royal district would du i.ell to consult some expert or reliable aSt.u,,r. ity before making a purchase. :Famous t'entenial Bock Beer on tap , all first class saloons. USUAL PRANKS PLAYED BY A FRACTIOUS 'MOBILE Runs Away With a Country Physalian and His Two Sons, and the Thrre Are Generally Shaken Up. aY AiSOi'IAII'D pRess. Manhasett, Long Island, April 7. I)r. Charles M. Niesley, a prominent lhy sician of this village with his two sons, Charles, 9 years old, and Paul, 7 yitrs old, has had a narrow escape frbm ',cing killed in an autonobile acciden.. '.As it was Dr. Niesley had his right arm fractured iand his two boys were i,;,lly cut. While preparing to start down Spiuitcey hill tihe side bar of the machine snappedl and instantly the auto dashed down the -tcep incline. It swerved front the road and ran full speed down a low enlbanki.n it and then turned upside down. Dr. Niesley was rendered unconsciius. Ilia two ioys staggered to their feet. stunnetl, antd were unable to arouse their father, but managed to drag tbemselves into this village, where help was :im-. monlld. CHOICE OF ROUTEI~ New overland service to Chicago via the Union Pacific and Chicago, Milwau. kee & St. Paul line. Double daily train service, East via Minneapolis and St. Paul and the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail. way to Chicago, The Pioneer Limited and two other splendid trains run daily. W, B. DIXON, Northwestern Passenger Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, St. Paul, Minna SHOOTS HIMSELF BY SIDE OF TRACK NEAR TRAIN Then Hickley Changes His Mind and Waves to Engineer to Stop. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New Hlaven, Contl., April 7.-After shooting himself four times, once in the head and three times in the abdomen, Walter Hickley sat down beside the rail road tracks in Milford to die. Regretting his act, he struggled to his feet and with two sticks of wood in his hand, which he grasped as he fell, he waved frantically at an express train speeding toward this city. Hie then fell over as if dead. The trainmen rushed to lfickley's side. Hlickley was hardly able to speak from loss of blood. Ile was put aboard the train and bIrought to this city, where it is said at the hospital he will probably recover. ADVERTISED LETTERS .rlttrs advertised at IIttle. M,,ntnna, for the wrvk endling April 3, 1gsj: A. .\. I). Aiken, 'rof. A. Angerman. Adam \dlcburger, D. A. Anuell, (;eorge .1ddlis, Mrs. Klty AbrlI. John l,gg, .lMike J. Adams, .'csen Art & l:ng. to. B. Ilutte Market, Ilrooka & Itrooks, A. C. Brig. m.an, A. Stable Booth. I. M. Brown, II. M. I.vlleshy,. II. J. Iell, .Mrs. John Bennett Mrs. John Ihansli a), Mrs.. Hates, Mrs. L.illian Ilarker, Martha Iluss, P'ter ilrenncn, . R . . I ,oulter. Mr.. Sarah flearianlt, T. E. Burnett, Vinbum ht itln, Walter llayman, John llrady, C. WV. IButcher. Tom Cole, Mrs. Connell, .\lice Comb., C. D. t',dlett. David J. (ox, E. N. V. (Cole, Fred ('lark, (;eorge L. Calderwood. Jack 'Callhoon, I. .s Carter, John J. Callahan. 1. C. Cole, Miaggie Collyer, .Mrs. Amelia II. Cihapin. )D. Anna Donnell, Mis.s I)nnaman. Bridget (). )olhcrtyi Edward Dale, Katherine liDenton, Mrs. 1. C(. Daly, P'. I). Dielmas, Thomas Davis. W. II. l))e, William Davey, William l)ean, Mrs. Sanna D)ala.cla. E. E. F. E:ricson, James Egan, Tomn Iile, T. G;. I:lbery. F. Fratu Fridmtan (;Guy . F aitz, George Fil. Ir, Ja.nes Farrell. William .1. Foley. P'erl Ilynn, Wilson Fletcher. 1;. G;uaner Co.. Agnesl Gibbon.. Belle G;ilchrist, Fred R. Griflith, F. W. (;illette. I. Graham, lohn I;arvey,. 'lira (;Gainey, Janmes Ilchnderson. K. Ilrnbrook, A. C. Ilulnes. Alec Ilietalo. I. Ilollinshead, Michael C. IHarrinaton, ( harles Hall. E. E . Hicklin. George Hall, II. Ilolthuen,. Kate Ilutton. .frs. Jake Ilarris, .ib Ilamer. John Hostetter. Jo)uhn ('. Itender son. Mrs. In.ie Ilughes .Mrs. Mary tluffmann, Max Iloldman. Mrs. May lealey, Mrs. MA. It. Ihlgan. Mrs. Mlary llcnnessv, Scottie Hill .an, \illianm E. Ilanson, flair (Growing In. stitute. Annie N..,F.knson. ,nrs. Johnson, Mrs. C. I. James C (M. Jutohn.o, Iacub acohson, Iohbn ar,.. Mrs. "l.avins lJacksLon. Mrs: Mary Jones, .. l. Judge, L. .II Joyce, 0. Johnson. K. lIr, Mabel Kelley, II. O. Kohneveider, 1,Io K,.,fe. Joseph Kennedy, Mary Keating, \\ Ilim Kennedy. 1.. \. I.ong., (tara A. l.arson, Master Eril ly. f,,rl. Maggie L.ivingston. Paul l.yosnlmith, \V. I., L.amblert (4). M. J.hn Murphy. Christ Murphy. B. D. Madno, t harls .Malloy, I.izzie Moore, John A. .Miller, M.lr. John M.lttsln. Mrs. J. 1). Moyer. Lou •lI tlestead, Mildred AMarccan. Mrs. Michael Morrisry. Nellie Mullins, Oscar Miller, 'Thomas Monroe. Mrs. Will Manahlan, W. R. Martin, Ilarrison II. Mason, Irvin Mahone. Mc. William McAuley, Mrs. lames Mc('aig, Mrs. Ada McConnell. Ruse .McClanry, .Mrs. M. R. McCullough. Charles I'. Mlelonald. .Mrs. Olive I. AMlcDonald, Irs. ('ora I,. McFavdcn. Joe slc(;ahan, .Mrs. 'Thomas McGregor. ;ellie Mc. (;arvey. 1. H. Mlc;rath, F. II. lcKenzie, (;il bert Micfichern. N. Mrs. A. . Nesbittl. Ierlha Nelson. Ed. Nor man, Gusltaf Nelson, Herbert S. Nesbitt. Isaiah Nelson, (I. V. Neal. Mrs. E. May Newell, No. 38 West Broadway. (). Katie O'(Connell, Dan (i'Donaghte, "r. F. O('Farrell (.), James O'Neill, Frank Oliver, John t'ffalln. Ii. A. E. Phillips (a), Edward Pridaux, Mre. Edith 'ell, John Ponde, Mrs. I.illie I'ruot, U. I. Patterson, W. A. Parker. H. S. Parker. R. Emily Regan, Mrs. Ellen Rowe, Mrs. II. II. Rankin. John T. Rogar, Iucille Riley, hi. K. Hoc, tMelvin Ranes, Mary Richlcy, William Ray. S, Ida Snmith, Mrs. Charity Smith, Arcie Sug lden, II, scalabrini, Mrs. (. II. Spengler. E. IE. Shepard. Mrs. Florence Schultz Joe Skubita, hlin Schulte, I'. J. Stanton, Tilhie Sweeney, Fuc lid Sicotte, .Mrs. W. H. Slsoughtet, (. A. Shrater, Ralph W. Stone, ('harlie Schneider. F. ('larcnce Tennis, Mrs. D)ora Thompson, Jack rodhunter. Mrs. Lils T'angye, .Mrs. M. C. Troutman, Samuel Truscotl., William Thomnp. son. V. Averina Vinott (a), 4;eorge \'econl. (;rorge Vroomal (a), Henry Vendetie, John Vance. W. R. I. Wheeler, Mrs. Weinsltok, Mrs. Wilson, ('. I1. Wyman, C. Henry Ward, C. II. \Vell, I.. V. \Vnile, Edward Warner, Mrs. II. II. Wheeler, alsrry Walker, Ilenry K. \Wlcott. Dr. Krimbel \\ ullenstein, Jakey \Weis, I'. M. Vel.,erg. James Hines, Mrs. William White, Neula Wilson, \Western Mutuni Inv. ('c., Win nie \Vhyte, Amelia Wiberg. Z. Frank Zattonl, Mrs. Znttonli. t;)EOHRE WV. IRVIN, totsmastter. Call for ('entenni-I Bock lver. REAL ESTATE BOOM IS ON All Kinds of Property Are Advancing at Forsyth, It is Said. ,PI(.IAL TO TO TE INTER MOLUNT>IN. Forsyth, April 7.-A real estate boom is on here and the price of all kinds of prop erty is advancing rapidly. Lots for business locations and resi dence purposes are in great demand, and the owners are holding off, hoping for still better, prices, which dealers admit are bound to come. It is predicted by many persons who are in a position to be good judges of the matter that before the end of the present year the price of all classes of realty here will have at least doubled. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA. James A. Murray, plaintiff, vs. the Home Investment and Realty Company, the Mon tana Loan and Realty Company, the City of Butte, N. B. Holter, and N. J. Gould, trustees, Lee Mantle and James W. For. bis, trustee, defendants. REFEREE'S SALE OF REAL PROPERTY. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed, under and by virtue of an order and decree entered on the slth day of March, pgo3, In the above entitled action in the above entitled court, will, on Thursday, the sith day of June, 90o3, at the hour of two o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Butte, county of S11 ver Bow, state of Montana, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, upon the following terms, to-wit: Ten per cent cash to be paid at the time of the sale, and the balance of purchase price to he paid upon the eeaSrmatioe of said sale by the court, all of the followiag described real estate, to-wit That certain portion of the railroad claim as patented to the plaintiff, partles. larly described as follows: Beginning at the southeast corner of the treot herein described, from which the point of inter section of the north boundary of M. . No. SIa, and the eat line of the Nel lie lode claim bears south 6s degrees 4 minutes west, 361. feet; running thence north degreeu a minutes west, 98l. fet; thenee north yF degrees s minutes west, 86.9 feet; thuene south 5 degrees Is minute east, sSai. feet; thence north 84 degrees p minutes east, L8.d feet to the place of beginning, together with all the odes, ledges, veins, rock in place, mines, minerals and mineral-bearing roek or earth therein contained, and all the rights and privileges, extra-lateral or oth erwise, conferred for mining claims by United States patent, underlying the above described parcel of land, and underlying the. following described lot, piece or parcel of land, of which the above as . portion, to-wit: That certain mining claim or premises known as the railroad lode claim designa ted as Lots Nos. 1a8 and 330, embracing a portion of Sections x8, Township 3 north Range 7 west, and Section s3, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, in Summit Valley mining district, Sil.st Bow county, Mon tana, and bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at Corner No. t, a granite atone 8xtxsi4 inoh, t marked t M. C. s58, a mound of earth alongside, from which the quarter section corner on west boundary line of Section :8, Township 3 north, Range y west, bears north 24 degrees, to minutes west, 898 feet distant; thence first course, Mag. Var. so degrees, 30 minutes east, south a degree. west 496 feet Intersect the south boundary line of Lot No. 1 so B., the Emery plaser claim, and the north boundary line of M. E. No. Ist, s57 feet to cornet No. a, a granite stone l8x sax8 inches, marked a H. C. x38, a mound of es-th and stone alongside; thence see ond course, Mag. Var. os degrees 3o min ataes east, north 89 degrees 40 minutes west, 87o feet to a point from which the discovery shaft bears north a degree, east 317 feet distant, I,oo feet to corner No. 3. a granite atone sax8x6 inches, marked SMPI. C. 33o, a mound of stone alongside; the same being corner No. so of Lot No. 136, the Nellie Lode claim, from which a granite stone, marked P. I. M. C. :36, is at the point of intersection of the east end line of said Lot No. 136. with the north boundary line of said M. E. No. 511, bears north y degrees 41 minutes east, y feet distant; thence third course, iag. Var. so degrees 4g minutes east, north a degree, east 426.5 feet, intersect the north side line of said Lot No. x36, St7 feet to corner No. 4, a granite stone aoxgxy inches, marked 4 M. C. 330, a mound of stone alongside; thence fourth course, Mag. Var. ao degrees 4 minutes east, south 89 degrees 4o minutes east 73.5 feet, intersect the west end line of Lots Nos. 8s and ISq, the Marie Louise Lode claim, Ij33.5 feet, intersect the west boundary line of said Lot No, sno, B. s38.5 feet, intersect the east end line of said Lots 8. and s15, s.soo feet to Corner No. t, the place of beginning; expressly excepting and excluding from these premises all that portion of the ground hereinabove described, embraced within said minins claims or Lots Nos. 136, ato B., said Lots Nos. 8S and s5o, and the southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of said Section t8, and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section t,. Township 3 north, Range 8 west (M. &. No. 5st), and also all that portion of said Railroad ve;n or lode, and of all veins, lodes or ledges throughout their entire depth, to tops or apex, of which lie inside of such the excluded apexes ground; said Lots Nos. 5S8 and 33o extending s,Son feet in length along said Railroad lode or vein, and containing 7.18 acres more or less. Dated this 1st day of April, 9oo3. W. F. DAVIS, Referee. Office Rooms 54 and SS, Silver Bow Block, Butte, Montana. APPLICATIOP. FOR A PATENT. NO. 465.L United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, March 5, 9go3. Notice is hereby given, that Richard L De Kay, whose postoffice address is Aasa conda, Montana, has this day filed his application for a patent for 4o acres of placer ground, known as the Diamond Placer Mine, bearing lime rock, ina Lost Creek (unorganized), mining district, county of Deer Lodge and state of Mon. tar', and designated by the field notes and official plat on file in this office as Survey Number 683o, in fractional Town. ship S north, Range is west of principal base line and meridian of Montana, said Survey No. 6830 being as follows, to-wit: Beginning at Corner No. s, which is iaso quarter Section Corner bctween Sec tions 9 and to, Township s north, Range is west, a limestone 6x8xxo inches above ground, marked one-quarter on its west fan for one-quarter corner, and s-613o for Corner No. s of this survey; running thence south no degrees so minutes west, 663 feet; thence south 89 degrees 40 mil utes east, 6Sy feet; thence south no degrees so minutes west, x,3a6 feet; thence north g- degrees 40 minutes west, 657 feetl thence north no degrees so minutes east, 663 feat; thence north 89 degrees 40 minutes west, 657 feet; thence nor* no degrees as minutes east, s,aa6 feet; thence south 69 degrees 40 minutes east, 637 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 4oe0 as-es, claimed by the above named applb -ant. The location of said Diamond Placer elklm is recorded in the Recorder's officee of Deer Lodge county, Montana. in Book 5 of Placer Locations, on Page 1x9. There ae no adjoining nor conf8cting claims so far as known. Any and all persons claiming adversely any portion of said Diamond Placer Mine are required to ile their adverse claims with the Register of the United States L.?.d Ofce, at Helena, in the state of Montana, during the sixty days' period of publication hereof, or they will be barred Ir virtue of the provisions of the statute. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. (First Publication March 6, sgoS·. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4659. United States Land Offime, Helena, Montana, March 6, 9spo, Notice is hereby given that Savia List, Martin Lies and Elijah Boyer, whose post ofiee address is Butte, Montana, have this day iled their application for a patent for ,5so linear feet, being sos feet westerly and 1,395 feet easteriF from diseo.ves shaft of the Edna F. Lode, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the seth day of February, spo , situated in Independence (unor* pnied), mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated oa Survey No. 6133, in Section as, TownshiMp neeth, Range 8 west, being more parlon. lsrly described as follows: Beginning a the southwest corner a polat in the east end line of Survey No. 3467, a granite stone set In the ground, with a mound of stone alongside, sad marked 4833 foree Corner No. t, from which the quarter tection Corner on the south boundary o Seetion as, Township a north, Range 8 west, bears south p degrees is minuate wert, ,o39.8 feet and runninal thenee north I degrees o minutes west, t13.g feet; thence north 78 degrees t minutes east, s,4i8 feet; thence south I degrees oy adinutes east, 349 feet thence south pa degrees west, I,soo feet to the place of be ginning, containing an area of 24.6a cres elaimed by the above named applicants. The location of this elaim is of record is the Recorder's ofMee of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "H," of Lode Locations, at Page se9. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. ty76, Sister Annie L.de Lot g91, on the south; Survey No. 3647, Big Pend Lode, on the west, and the Jupi ter Lode, unsurveyed, on the north. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicats. (First Publication March 7, apo3.) DALY BANK AND TRUST COMIANY or BUTTE Established ilea. Incorporated spot. Capital.. .$100.000.03 General Banking Business JOHN D. RYAN..........President OOHN R. TOOLE.....Vies President C. C. SWINBORNE.......... Cashe t. A. KUNKL.....Assistant Cashier STATI SAVINGS BANK John A. Creighton......... Presidet G. W. Stapletoa.......Vice Pres.dent T. U. Hodgens ..........C..... hi 1. O. Hodgens......Assistant Cashiet R. B. Nuckolls...... Assista. Cashier Under state supervision and .un diction. Interest paid on deposits. Sells exchang available in all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Collections promptly at. tended to. Transact a general bank. Ing business. Directors t . A. Creighton, Omahal G. W. Stapleton, A. H. Barret, E. I Levitt, S. V. Kemper, T. M. Hod. ens, J. O. Hodens. Corner Main and Par StSetr, e.Sll. ,. A. Clark. J. Rose Clau. W. A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS Transects General Banking Business Buy sold dust, sold bars, sller bl. lion and local securities. Boes for rat In safe deposit vault Sell exchange available an all of the principal cities fo the United States and Euroep Special attention given to ealle. tions. ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashule The First National Bank Of buete (Established 87gy.) Capital - - $200,000.00 OENERAL BANKING Drafts drawn eo all principal elties of the world and letters of redit is. sued. ANDREW J. DAVIS......President LAMES A TALBOTT- Vioe Pres. 5. B. WBIRICK...........Cashier J. S. DUTTON. ... Assistant Cashl Butte. Mont. Capital......... $S0,oo0o.a0 Under state supervision. Flve per tent laterest, payable quarterl, paid on deposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate F. UGo. HEINZEB..........Presidet A. M. Clements...............Cashler C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pros Fayette Harrington, Cashier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL $100,000.03 This bank solicits ecounts, ofers prompt and careful attention to business of sustomers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of collections. Sell froeeig and domestic exchange, trans. act a general banking business, pay inaep at on time deposite. Directors-Charles R. Leonard, F. Aug. Helnse, S. Marehesseau, A. Balnmforth, . A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hi.ld JohLn MeGlnnlse rFaette Harrilsteo.