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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

SNTE MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 29 BUTTE. MIONTANA. WE.NiESDAY ITENINIG, APRIL 23, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS S• .. .,,, _7 -- . . . ,u m n • • nm anu n mm m m nmn m mm nm mn m m ni, m, M i[EN. 1UNSTON POLIiTLY BUT RIRMLY . R[QUEST[D TO CEASE HIS SPEECHES IrTTER FROM PREIIDENT CALL ED FORTH BY THE GENERAL'S TALK ON SENATOR HOAR. LEAVE OF ABSENCE REFUSED Aguinaldo's Captor Wanted to Be Present and Make an Address at the Banquet to Be Given in Boston by the Middlesex Club-War Secre tary's Curt Note. (By Associated Press.) Washington, April 23.-By direction of President Roosevelt, Acting Secretary of War ISanger has addressed the following litter to General Frederick Funston: "War Department, Washington, April 22.-Sir: I am directed by the president to instruct you that he wishes you to cease further public discussion of the situation in the Philippines and alio to express his regret that you should make a senator of the United States the sub ject of discussion of criticism. Very re spectful...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

FItEIN'I TIN LAND XtLLIONS OF ACRES MtD BY THE CA1"xLtBnN. NOTICE SLRVED ON OFFENDERS Predicted by Cozmmissioner of the Gen eral Land Offlioe That This Year Will Surpare the Record For Entries. (Bly Associated PresH.) Washington, April 23.-The commis lsioner of the general land oflfie, Hinger HIermann, is having a hot time with the big cattle outfits all over the Western country. The cattle barons, judging from the reckless manner in which they have fenced the public domlain, believe that it was created for their espe lcli Ionellt, and that the insignllicant homesteader has no rights which they are bound to consider. The commissioner has Iulnumber of special agents looking after the illegal fencing and one of them, ('olonel Johnl Moshy, the old confederate war-horse, is now engaged in this work. In Nebraska he found more than 6,000,000 acres, valued at more than $9,000,000, I lc:;ally fenced. As to department atii , it can b,1 said that 436 cas.es of unlawful flncln)g were reported ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

M ta's lrgest Grocery, Agri 23 GROCERIES "If it's good to eat, it's at LUtey's: i It's at Lutey's, it's good to eat." Maple lulgar Log Cabin Maple Syrup, molded In shape of a log cabin, Pound size, - 0c; half-pound size, 10c; quarter pound size ..................c... ' Syrup Sugar Syrup, 60e can, special to morrow 50c; 80c can special to= m orrow ........................25o Bage Cheese Ever tried Sage Cheese? It's simi. lar to full cream cheese, but a great deal nicer on account of the sprinkling of sage leaves. Try a sample at Our cheese department today; pound ..................25c Bake IBeans Anderson's Baked Beans: plain or in tomato sauce. Two-pound can, 10c; one-pound can ............c Castile Soap Fine White Castile Soap. 8-pound bars, regular 40c, special ......30c Presh Bggs Strictly Fresh Eastern Eggs, dozen .........................20c Montana Ranch Eggs, dozen ..25e Rice We have about 200 pounds of Rice, the same kkid we spoke about yesterday, that we will close out at t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN uaed E Uvery Evening, Except unday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLIsHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Omflclal Paper of Silver -ow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......$7.50 Br carrier, per month............. .75 WEI)NESDAY, APRI.l 23, 1902. The genial season hath Its joys and Its sorrows, 'but the joys are uppermost. When June rolls round with her roses Miles will be bounred. Russia will undertake to stop the emigration of Fins. In other words, Rus sia hopes to put a finish on Finnish emigration. This may not be a finished paragraph, but at all events it is finis. Dr. Brooks of the Smith Observatory has just discovered his twenty-third comet. Perhaps the doctor might be able lc find a democratic presidential eandl date somewhere amid the whirling plhe'res. By, the way, how much has the war cost the Boers? As the 'burg'hers are not publishing their statistics to t...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

THB PIANOLR Does It bring enough pleasure in return to warrant the Investment? The pianola will enable every owner of a piano to play upon his piano whenever he desires. Not only this, but every member of the famhily pan also play upon it, not one or two pieces, but practically every oomposition ever written for the piano. Did you ever stop to consider how much pleasure there Is stored up in your piano, then count the number of times In a month it is used? It Is worth thinking about. The pianola sup plies the defiioency. It makes no difference if you do not know one note from another. Price $25o.oo May be bought on installments. Visitors welcome. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street La est Line of Sportinq Goods In the City, See Our Window Store Open Evenings Tilli , O'clock For News and Cigars, Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIM. Manager Corner Park and Academy Streets Newest Out For society correspondence. New shapes, new tints, double fold pa per. These papers are what the ladies have ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

tfl oUIT I[ CALL KINING CONGRESS BSECZRETA. PRsPA'ES INVITATIONS. DRUM UP LARGE ATTENDANCE Every Of1cial Usually Given Appoint 'ng Power May Send Delegates Sixty Thousand Invitations to Be Sent Out. so,''l't aty ..LJalOIl of Ithe mllllilngR ,in gr'.ss ol.etned his ,It r'" in the roomls II f the ItusiJtiesi .Mt.n'i A', oi st 'ill tinf thlis mol Irliing. Hlis pJrtg 'a in will be: Puitiir, it itn of the iaittl ' ii il tlit. Sever al states . In t itll rios. Tnil'slll'lrls of t the' t' 'ntry. The ofleienta call \\ i:1 h." prepalr.lr l will prlinteit at once. t il thse moreli t than t60,0h t' tl l !-ftit i t out. It. a b ill ;I' the dates of the t i ng. l i i s I Its i lu lltiu, l In Ing s tate ti l '-'litllivilt unl g olol gists ltll ~slenti. sts; mit e ,otl rs. , rtlc'illsts. Iln r let derst , t I tl't' ofit 'l i'otn t lt ill it in .rnt 1llor ol f it tin txl i t tiýllt. tl)ufs ' l t. :lit Vi L ii , this i oit li n \\Tai ' "I, t it ' wi' ill hi e" ithe i rst 'th ri tilt .v itr t llngrI ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

r![NtRVILLE 1atOINIiHr!II SONS or SOo I[i(OI[ MBILAT[ 'NVICTORIA AND PEACA ' AND KAZXONY ZODUS JOIN IN OGBAND 'TET. SAINT SLAYS FIERCE DRAGON Tradition of Ye Olden Time Gives Saintly Name to Fraternal Order- Englishmen the World Over Cele brate the Day With Enthusiasm Songs and Speeches Will Make Cen terville Hall Ring.. This is St. George's day-the day on which men of English' birth the world over do homage to the renowned St. George, the patron of arms and chivalry. The order of the Sons of St. George has a flourishing lodge in Butte and one in Centervllle. The Centerville lodge is. named Peace and Harmony and the Butte lodge Victoria. At the exercises tonight the members ALFRU D W. RIXR.OSZ, Secretary of Victoria Lodge Sons of St. George. and their families alone will take part. Secretary Alfred Blmrose, who is one of the leading members of the commit tee in charge of the affair, said that as the program was in the nature of a surprise, they would prefer not to publish it until a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

TALES OF THE STRENUOUS WAY : FOR INTER MOUNTAIN SPORTS OUR OWN MELANGE OF SPORTING DOPE Dished Up In Saucy Style for the Faithful Followers of the Men of Brawn and Skill. Down In the neighlorhootd of Ih1i' (Ir, gon Short Liiin deprpt, lit t5 o'c.lock tlhis evening, there's going to he. dilngs. Dolngs such is \vwill coiiim Mi the' Itiitlo phere tiand make' life' llliserahle ivu thel rscclldenlt In thllt neillIighborhood, The o .sciso.n fill* the ·eon elnsing al lm sni - pherie proces. will Ie the iaririvail of the Copper Klngs, the lats'iiall aggregation gathere 'd under M lllnager Me.'loskey's prote'eting wying, and whheh Is to sp.e.d Butlte's nt(ey-nlnking kl- oke and d, nt onstrlate that. theret isl only Ione pl.ce inl the Northwmes.t \v'hi·re they risel (hIInt pilons. Th'J'e ps' sibl pensal' l nt-t innerl s left Salt Lake lst o. lgit I n i .e unllllt (f h111e s1.tIl\ whi(h l nd i erfe.e. \w lh the renllllt g lllll n additional gaimes. Oil their arrival here they trill he mnet by ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

Til INTllR MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DIIPARTMNT MANY ASKED ABOUT AN BVERETT, WASH., WOMAN MI8888 EE 80ON-IN-LAW. APPEAL FROM AN ALMSHOUSE John Mulligan Writes From Joaquin County California Hospital for In formation Concerning His Broth ers, James and Charles. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 23.-The letters re ceived by Chief of Police Taylor asking information of persons who have re sided here at one time or another are many, and the large number of men who stop in this city for a week or month during the year are, for the most part, the ones to whom these letters refer. Mrs. Cr'lle Bird of Everett, Wash., write*, to Chief Taylor asking as to the ,.,he'eabouts of her son-in-law, Bert Le IRoy. She says he was here but she has had no word from him for more than two months, although she has written several times. She Ihas Important communication to make regarding his children, hence is exceedingly anxious, and tells Chief Taylor she is sure some one else is get ting her mail. J...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 23 April 1902

fl~rl MIINS AND M ININA S!i sor IlUCTUUsA MONTANAS OF *T PROSPECTS ANI IN STOCKS.AND r-ý A MAIUCT -- __ 1 U I 1111(WERj ___ IIIIUA frVI - Trr=--~~lz;---- I- ------- - -- C- C --- - WILL IRY IT AOAIN DREDGERU NOT SATISPLED W'JITH PAST EXPERIENCE. NEW DEVICE TO BE USED Keystone Drill May Be Bought For Prospecting Purposes-Gold int the Gravel of the River Is Fine. Local calJit iist. , who fi'r lh pant fa'v kiaso5ui, little proievutei p.l1tiv work (.n the ('aili'. liFork, lit \'."yoi iling, close to th : * .i.:1 ant a line, M111 continuet th( t\uorlc ti0:Is 'n it n endI with tl'e h' lope tiati the' ight klii ,d f 'It'e dg,\e tI i o rk gill .be d.iio ll ' to Iake thll, piIi'.i iti.i Ii a al: i) log Rone, says the it'd Lrulg' I'1 k ;et. itl'nry flit ay a returt tilt ' - i i' tl i of' thlt w'el t ] .;rol) the f lc'th , t11 h i l . an. theI t ;her lolal' me .n in ,lr iii a ' talgiliie iof unusuai I ui'ess the mai' ng i I n tnl r. Inghe conltlly stil1l fI 1 int in a ' s iliesl dillng thi tii...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

TTTiE INTE I OUNTAIN XXII. NO. 30 BUTTE, MONTANA. THURSDAY NIG, APRIL 24, 1902 CE FIVE CENTS APRI 24 |90, ' ' t CB IVB ENT SITUAIION IN VN[EZUELA IS NOW CRITICAL OVEP NMEF J' TROOPS DESERT AND FL EE HEN COMMANDING OFFICER IS WOUNDED. SOLDIERS LOSE ALL COURAGE General Escalante, Second in Com mand, Not Heard From Since the Disaster - General Castillo Died From His Wound. (By Associated Press.) Port of rpain, ls:und of Trinidad. April 24.-(By special steamer from ('umana, state Of Bermudez, Venezuela.)-On Tuesday morning the Venezuelan gov ernment troops, numbering 2,200 men, under Gen. Ramon (astillo, attacked the revolutionists between Sfan Antonio and Gunanaguana, distant albout 30 leagues from Cumana, and situated In a moun tainous district, well known to the revo lutionists. General Castillo personally led the ad vance guard, comtposed of Andills, the veteran tro`o.s. One ho'tr after the opening action Gene2ll (astillo was wounded. ' * -y Immediately after this all the recently r...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

[NOLISI SOCIETY HAD ,i kLL DINNUi'R .AT DBL XONIO0'S IN NNW YORK. MAJOIGENERAL BROOK'S TA Comparison of War in Philippines and in South Africa-Ropes That Pence Will Soon Come. (fly Assoclatedr Press.) New Yo: t, A.'ll 24.-The St. 'lc,'erý' society of N.w\ York held its Iltith 'l ditt here last tni] it at I)eltonieu oe's. I)l~t:net ly EngllIs' features were. Inltrdlecl I I" the p.aradlnz of royal :barons of Ilheel around the :',om toe the tune of "Tuhe lioast Be(. oif (ltd Englla nd." Tih. euting of the plum pudding with allrloi'rliate ho1nors, the stinging of "uSldiers ,of the Queen," and the toasting of the king. Sir Perry Sanderscnn, the 3r1lihh s cnseul general anlld alti preshlentl Ir the .,.ehlet y, wi'as to stnllln ster. Hils . lporters't , right and left respecrtively, we're the luik"' of Newcastle alnd Major i elleral I'rooke. Major General Blrooke reipolndled to the intast of "The Army awlu Nilvy." IIe( said ini pait: "O(ur English friends know what tihe war in South Africa...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

Msutaua's I arget rsery, April 24, Snider's Salad Dressing Is preferred by many who are very particular about their salads. It is splendid with cold meats. Sample it today at our delicatessen counter. Snider's Salad Dresing, 8-ounce bottle, dozen, $1.90; per bottlel.20c Navel Oranges .n a week or so more you will have just cause to complain about oranges being "tasteless," and will regret not having indulged in them freely while they were at their best. Oranges are extra fine now, Sweet, plump and full of juice. Our customers tell us that we have bet ter oranges than they can get in California. Well, we always buy the best, and we enjoy a compli ment 'when we do our utmost to please. Fancy Navel Oranges, dozen.......... 50c, 40c, 25t and 15c Fine Juicy Lemons, dozen.......10c Bananas, dozen ...............25c Fresh Eggs Absolutely Fresh Eggs, dozen..20c Breakfast Crisps H. O. Breakfast Crisps, no cooking required; serve with cream and see -how fine a dish it makes. Package ...... .....

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

DAILY INT[I MOUNTAIN rased elvery Evenian, xcept Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address an mall to Inter Mountain Publlshing company. 26 West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Oficial Paper of Silver 'ow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......37.50 E~ carrier, per month ............ .75 THURISDAY. APR'IL 24. 1902. The town of Paterson, New Jers,,y, was about obliterated by lhood and lfire aind the striking dye workerr now seem de termined to paint the ruins red. The decorations at a dinner given by Renator Clark of Montana to stateamen in Washingto: were pink. But It t wa oit. "pink tea" thy any means. President noosevelt can strengthen himself and his parlty in the South hy putting a Southern man in the , lilnet, provided the Southern nman isn't Ilhooker W'ashington. President Roosevelt regrets that (len eral |Funstlon should have referred to Senator Hoar in worlds of disparage inelt. Funstonl regrets It hiitnsIf now. The \ hole affair is...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

. THE PIANOLR Does it bring enough pleasure In return to warrant the tavestment? The pianola will enable every owner of a piano to play upon his piano whenever he desires. Not only this, but every member of the family can also play upon it, not one or two pieces, but practically every oomposition ever written for the piano. Did you ever stop to consider how much pleasure there is stored up in your piano, then count the number of times in a month it is used? It is worth thinking about. The pianola sup plies the deficiency. It makes no difference if you do not know one note from another. Price $25o0.00 May be bought on installments. Visitors welcome. Montana Music Co. 319 N. Main Street Leaest Line of Sportinq Goods In the City, See Our Window Store Open Evenlngs Till aI O'clock For News and Cigars, Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN. Menaeer Corner Park and Academy Streets Newest Out For society correspondence. New shapes, new tints, double fold pa per. These papers are what the ladies hav...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

IIURLLY TO SQU[AL PE~I TENTIARY TERM JOR ILLIE GA, VOTING: MENAC* HIM. CANDIDATE ON ANXIOUS SEAT Big Grist of Election Crooks Has Been Run Through Justice Mill Candidates Neglect Cam paign Proteges.e, T. llurley, c riarget d \\ith Illegal rrgis tlratinl, \was yesteday convhlcll In Judgl, Nelso.nti' iourt and sentenclrd to 40 days In jailt. lie is a maiIn who nay tie entit to state' prison. 1ie hit two Illiarge's of Illegal 'voting againhst himt, and ll'egatl voting is aI statest pris it'f felnse. liurley Is sail ti It b woukenisng aln 1113,y day hia (Itay iinfess a :lint jilllih'ilat candidates l w l \i hlred him to volt, Ilh: gully. County Attoriey Ilrtien anl Ihis dhItu tieh's aire busily engaged in the li.oseitin ii oif the other Inilt \\wh(o were ll restI I fir' registrinK g illhgitly tiifoir Ithe le i' t city electhti. hSe era'l of thlle . men ill' il re dy ' li' hinltltl Iithe t rs l n others i t ii in ll a fal. \\way to landl thiere. IHu"I"r y has ant exc lhnllt 'hanri ' to s...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

STRUNLI SiPAKS AT I.RLHA ADSPAW TIENT COXHAI oOI NDB lETS. OBRETH INTUZSTING ABET STATntWM. LOSS ONE MORE THAN GAIN Interesting Beview of a Tear's Work Improvements Needed at Soldiers' Home-Petitiona and Resolutions :For Pensions in Bad Taste-Harsh Zules in Pension Department Work Injustice. Interesting statistics of the G. A. R. In Montana are given by the annual report of Frank P. Sterling. commander of the department of Montana. The report shows that the 0. A. R. had lost one more member than it had gained. The gain was by muster in, 24; by trans fer 6, and by reinstatement, 17, a total of 47. During the year the department has lost by death, 13; discharge, 1; transfer, 18; suspension, 7, and surrender of char ter, 9, a total of 48. The commander reported that the financial condition of the department was FRANK P. STERLING. satisfactory. During the year the post at Meadow Creek, with eight members, surrendered its charter. McKinley Fund Contributions. Commander Sterling said that...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

. IN BUTTE ON DRESS ,PARADE Idols of the Fans Arrive in Fine Fettle and Are Busy Fitting the New Lady-Killing Uniforms. HONEST JOHN TALKS Modestly Refrains from Claiming the Earth, But in True Copper-King Style Allows He Will Get Whatever He Goes After- and That, Maybe, is the Pen nant for 1902. B]utte fans were disappointed yesterday evqening when, after waiting an hour for tihe delayed train from Suilt Lauke, they were obill ge to stray home ward to Ilarn later that the btaseballH teaml got inl thirty milinut.Is after the last hunchll of ir'anks had left the platfitorm. IMc'loskey and his meni arrived from Sal t Lake just tVwo houris Ie, but even with the chill weather were ai nutIltl.rT of tili. .hil staundltly who got diown to the Irain ito greet the Coptper Kings. Louis EScthele was there In full dress. HBob WhalenI ciltme aiiroiiundt the corner just as "lloll.est Johll" hleaped fron tlhe last car tot eIapeill, the port)'r, who ents still looking for a pennlu llt tip, and the d...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

-T INtER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA 1ARTENT I LOTS Of SUNSHINE PERCENTAGE MONTANA DAY LIGHT ENHANCED BY SUN. THUNDERSTORMS IN ONE YEAR State Had Neither Top Nor Bottom of the List--Miles City Is a Favored ,0t in Both Respects. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, April 28.-In the March, 1902, number of the Monthly Weather Review, a magactneepublished by the weather bureau of the United States, a general summary of the prevailing weather con ditions for 1901 is given. In the chart showing the 'prevalence of sunshine in Various portions of the country, Montana is divided into two belts. It shows that the western portion of the state, in which are the cities qf Anaconda, Butte, Hel ena, Missoula and Kllispell, was favored w'ith sunshine from 40 to 50 per cent o. the time which that luminary puts in working. The eastern pa~rt of the state, with IMIles City as the center of the belt, re relved more, the average being between 80 and 70 per cent. The rest of the state, comprising the central no...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 24 April 1902

NEWS IF STORIES Of M ONTANA PROSPECTS AND CAMPS PRODUCERS SnAfIER AT WORK MINE AND MILL ARE IN FULL OPERATION. MAJOR BUDD IS ENTHUSED Re Has Good Claima in the Meadow Creek and Washington Bar Dis tricts-Red Chief Ore Returns Are Satsfactory. Thonmas 'fia,. otn11 S. 11. ltllilih,, who were down frtiim the Shutftter mine thlis 'wet'k, -y, thaIt wmik is prgrtess.nlg IiiHs stisfartilil'y in ibotih minle and mill, salys the Ahldr h;ulih 'Tnts.. 'The, ('nnectiioni twith the Kleysllone has noIt yet Ib.cin Inade, buit \1li iilltlei.s he l('(m pllliIsh(I within one month. The pr'spec'tm il the latter a1re 1 rst ilit14, aInd l InproI ng ,11 de'elolpmenlt lr'ogi)'i ties. Maj. L). 1). Itlldd, nlire, f the hest kinion\ hining men in h m itheI n Montn(lll(, \il(tl hasi bleen iloperatin g in the MhiNdittl ('ii' k tand Wliashingtoni, ar" distriits fior siera\l' years past wast-in the eity thte ftit ift lh, tiweek. Thie i(jiiJr is eniithusias.tl, over the prn specits f'r (unllrl z mn' ing over there...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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