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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

THEi BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXI. NO. 242 . TTh. rmONTANA. SATURbAY 'EVENING. JANUARY 4, 1902. IRICE FIVE CENTS LIST OF LOST INCOMPLETE -BTIMATES PLACE LOWS AT ABOUT TWENTY-SIX. OTHER VESSEL WENT DOWN TOO Identity of French Ship Is Still a Mystery - Revenue Cutter McCul loch Bent to the Scene-One Man Went Insane. (By Ansoc!ated Press.) San Francisco, Jan. 4.--It is not yet known how many persons perished in the wreck of the steamer Walla Walla, which was ran into and sunk by an unknown French bark off Mendocino. The most conservative statement places the number of dead at 10, and includes 26 in the list of missing. Another esti mate is that no less than 73 persons are yet unaccounted, for. Those believed to be dead are: MRS. HERMAN KOTZSCHMAR, wife of Lieutenant Kotzschmar. MRS. M. REYNOLDS, stewardess. MRS. H. ERICKSON and three chil dren. LOUIS ~I. DRUBY of San Francisco. E. L. NUTTMAN, purser. WILLIAM BURTEL, fireman. JOHN WILSON, also known as Hans P. Anderson, quartermaster....

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. — 4 January 1902

WOMEN PHYSICIANS tTNIVETBITY WILL DISCONTINUE WOMEN'S COLLEGE. CANNOT GRASP THE WORK Tames Raymond, Trustee of the Col lege, Evidently Does Not Believe in Female Docto s--What the M. D.'s Have to Say. (By Ahoclated Press.) Chicago, Jan. 4.-The business agent of the Northwestern university is nego tiating for the sale of the buildings and grounds of the Women's college, with a view of abandoning that institutiton. Trustee James It. Itaymond said of the abandonment of the college: "It is impossible to maktiec a doctor of a' woman. Women cannot grasp the chemical and pharmaceutal laboratory work, the Intricacies of surgery or the minute work of dissecting. At our women's medlial depl'tn,:int wie do not get as high a class of schola:rship as is set by the other colleges at the North western University." Dr. Francis lickinson, Dr. Julia Holmes Smith, Dr. Harah Hackett Stevenson and others wire astonished at the attitude of Trustee Itaymond and expressed themsinlves in vigorous terms. Dr....

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. — 4 January 1902

----------- ... = - - - - - - .------;_- Muitin's largst recvry, Jam. 4 Orange Sale Open lintil 10 Tonight. Oranges are fine now, sweet, Juicy and ripe. Special sale today. Fancy, large, ripe, naval Oranges, worth 40c dos., today, dos.... 25c Fancy red table Apples, Spltven bergs, Baldwins, Ean Dvals, also Bell Flowers. Special, box....$1.90 Fresh Pineapples, large and ripe. Each .................. .... 86c Cranberries, quart...............10c New York Catawba Grapes, bas ket ..........................86c Malaga Grapes, pound........... 25 VEGETABLES Young Beets, bunch ............Sc Young Carrots, bunch..........2%c Fresh ripe Tomatoes, pound....25c Fancy Cauliflower, pound....8 1-3c Columbia Garden hothouse Let tuce and Radishes. Sweet Potatoes, 6 pounds.......2Zc Cabbage, per 103, $1.50, 15 lbs...25c CRACKERS "City" Soda Crackers, extra fancy, similar to Saratoga Flakes,pound package, today ................10c Uneeda minger Wafers, pkg....15c Sugar Wafers, Ramona or Ath ena wafer...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

DAILY INITfR MOUNTAIN asaued Every Evenlnlg, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to Inter Mountain Publishing company. M. A. BERGER. Manager. 28 West Granite Stoeet. Butte. Mont. Ofellal Paper of Silver Dow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mall, in advance...... l.U By carrier, per month ..............It SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1902. EXPERT JUDGMENT NEEDtD. Democratic newspapers that have been wasting valuable time volunteering their services as referee for the political con test now going on in Ohio can spend their time to better advantage in sec onding the match betwee.n Croker and Belmont in the Seventh district of New York. The embrogllo between the Tam many chieftain and the feverish youln democratic lender Is being marked by political atrocities the like of which have not gladdened the democratle heart in many a day. Both are adepts at political bushwhacking, and have just the proper lack of respect for law and order to insure a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

Begin at the Beginning and let the advent of the New Year be also the advent of a new piano in your house. You cannot be truly happy without one of these marvels of mustial excellence. Prices $175 to $1000. We make the ternms of payment easy. MONTANA MUSIC CO:, 119 N. Main St. BLANK BOOKS OfrFIC SUPPLI[S Big eut on all Fancy Goods and Picture Frames Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 .Ves iBlan.( 3oolks For NreVa Year Ledgers, Journals Day Books, Diaries Files and Filing Cases Typewriter Supplies of all kinds Offige Supplies at Cheapest Prices EVANS' BOOK STORE 1s4 N. Clain St. "O1902", Office Supplies Blank Books, Grove's Index, Beebe's Check Protector, Ray mond's Trial Balance, Lefebure Bell-Indexing Ledgers, Typewriters and Supplies. Best Repair Work. State Agents Densmore and New Century. CALKINS' BOOK STORE 31-37 North Main St. What Is Home Without a Gas Range? Drudgery for the housewife. Drag ging coal or wood; haullng ashes, splitting kin...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

STIN ý ýW !ý ýI The single men rcvenged thcnmselves for the utter defetats inl past Ililche's it the Thornton howling alleys by giving the marled men Ia terrible drtllhling last night. In one of the KglllloMn th singlhe men rollled aI total of 10(00 Iins. Routh Side howlers have: organized a club to Ibe known ns th'e South flutte Bowling clubi. The headqtuarters of the new club will he at the howling alleys at Front and Nevada str'eets. The first regular meeting at the clbl, will be held at the alleys next T.usday night sit 7:30 o'clock. The club will go Into iprtactie(" ganles Immedlat ely and lrepalre for t a serties of matche's for which ch.allenges will Ihe issuelld soon. * * TJ'hrough sMomnl Sl'tL of lnisJlunder'stflnd ing the t Ilnllrlessinll has gonl e ut that the sparring bouts scllduled for lMonday night at the lutlte gymnasium,l 343 East Park street, was ibeing fathered by eer taln Irrespllllnslble personI' s who \were try Ing to se'llr'llate love'('rs Iof good bnlts frl'l...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

READY FOR THE BIG CLOTHING SALE Now comes the Supreme Test of this Garment Section's ability to outclass competition and a Wondrous Bargain bears witness of the Symons supremacy All Past Qualities. Quantities and Prices Eclipsed *'. The Greatest Value of Any Store or Any Time, Now Presented *' $13.50, $15.00 and $16.50 Suits and Overcoats $7.50 'Tis the order for going that rings through the Men's Apparel Department, and over a thousand handsome Suits and Overcoats stand ready to make their departure. What a grand collection it is, to be . sure; and how enormously out of proportion is their worth to the price asked. How much larger are the quantities, how much better the materials; how much finer the making and how much smaller the cost Y than ever before. The fact that Clothing must be moved, no matter at what price, assures benefits to you never equaled and affords a wise economy in stocking your wardrobe for present and for future needs I See the Big Mliddle Window with its Repre...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

STATE SOCIETY osenman. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Boseman, Jan. 4.--The local lodge of Elks gave a New Year's tree at the opera house Wednesday evening, wh!ich was one of the most enjoyable events of the season. All the children who had not counted more than twelve summers were invited to be there and promised a New Year's present. The opera house was well filled with the Elks and their families, the children and other visitors. A number of selec tions were rendered by the orchestra and a kinetoscope and gruphiiophone lprogram given, after which the curtain went up and a beautiful tree, In nill the beauty of Its electric lights, decorations and presents appeared. The Ineiclbers of the lodge were first given their New Year's souvenirs and nanny were( the laughs at the expense of the reslp.llts aits ii other Lamme prieasnted the renlili ibra nie with witty remarks. B3rother Cox received ia doll "as hei had never been able to get a girl;" BIrother Luce becamel the owner of a peacock ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

Anaconda News. COURTHOUSE NOTESi NUMBER 0F MOTIONS PASSED UPON AND ORDERS LADE. DEER LODGE COUNTY COURT County Treasurer Twohy Makes Com plete Financlal Statement for Month of December-Balance on Rand of 865,988.01. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, Jan. 4.-The work of dispos ing of the various cases was continud in the district court today. In the case of Hunter vs. Dyer, a mo tion to dismiss the injunction was filed January 2 and an amended motion was filed today. In the matter of the estate of Hlugh Gallagher an order confirming the sale of real estate was signed and orderal entered. In the case of Anna M. Threkheld vs. B. F. Crosswhite, a memorandum of costs and disbursements was filed and 10 days' stay of proceedings granted. In the matter of the estate of S. Bel linger, a petition for letters of adminis tration was filed and an order made fix ing January 18 as the date for hearing of same. In the case of Sackett vs. McCaffrey a motion to reinstate was set for next IWednes...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

~ S OCIETY NEWS OF MO ýkTANA . . . * .A.OOS*S@O O@@..M...e NACONDA, Jan. 4. - New Year's week has been full to over flowing with delightful events. New Year's eve there were numer oua watch parties, the hours paas ing swiftly away with cards, music or some other suitable divertisement. Open house was the rule In the resident portion of the city New Year's day, and all of the younger society people took advantage of that fact to make the en tire circuit. With the passing of the hol idays o)ther things are ibeing thought of, and January of the new year promises to afford a great many social events. The most notable event In Anaconda ocilety during the past week was the annlouncemit ent of the engageg mrent of Miss Lllura T)urston of this t'ity to John Maxety of Pzrm7.(a'i;in. It was re(''lv(ed with great inter.est In Ih ,e socllety iricle here, with whi'h ..Its 1)urtont Il a primel' fav\'til. M1'. Maixy is a promnlo.it young 1 sineeis toman of It tz'minan. The anntloullcilnt \Iwas man...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

INT ER M U ,y, *~4II JacrcM T. t1AFIPEr ·RCSIOEf4T- E~LECT II MON1~N/ E'i1R THE fifteenth annual meeting of tho Montana solcety of Engineers will 'be held in Anaconda, Mont., on January 9, 19 and 11. The society, which Is a branch of the National Association of Engineering so clties, was instituted July 5, 1887, and has a membershp of 150. Its object is "the advancement of en gineering and the interests of the pro fession," says the constitution. Among the means employed are "pe Tiodical meetings for the discussion of scientific papers and matters of scien tiftl and practical interest, and the cul tivation of professional and social inter course among its members; the collec tion of a library, and the publication of such parts of the transactions as may be deemed expedient." The membership of the society con sists of all persons who are or have been engaged in the profession of civil, military, nmining o- mechanical engineer Ing, architects and those who by occu pation are connected...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

it OI 'T 41 If THE SOURCE OF BUTTE'S WATER SUPPLY, CONCERNING WHICH C. W. PAINE, CONSTRUCTING ENGINEER OF BUTTE WATER OOMPANY'S NEW MILLION DOLLAR PLANT, WILL READ A PAPER BEFORE THE MONTANA SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS AT ANAOONDA NEXT WEEK. y ``W d Q s~ ý' ýftir ýýý' (ý j aý'ý ' fý ýýýýIý ýIt Iil ýý ý ý" ýýMýaF a f ` y ' A ", L Y' "ý n.,·; '** A DIE TETIC L SOVTIOV OF THE TRACE ?ROLE-P VEGETA'RIA.IISIM SVGGESTED AS A "REMEDY FOR INHER ITED TE.NDEjNCIES OF THE NJEGRO. (By Dr. E. H. Woolsey.) ITroad and water. This is a simple phrase, but I think it expresses a to' mula--I mean as it is popularly under stood in this country. Taking its sexual side as the basis for the present un -tagoniam, I should say that a strictly vegetable diet sclentllically administered Is a rational solution of the question. Ilet cditarily the American negro is a cartilv\rous anitmal. In the wilds of Alric'a his ancestors struggled with savage beasts for existence. They de voured ori' were devoured by the bealts acc...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

_ .-- ---- -_ r - .rzs rI .. ) i ItIiI IIN * * - ATTRACTIONS OF THE WEEK * * Sutton's New Grand-Prhnrose & * * Dockstader's Minstrels. * . Maguire's-Orpheum Novelty Com- * * pany in vaudeville. # ! Family Theater-"Maloney's Wed- * * ding Day." * * * The names of Primrose & Dockstader are synonymous with all that is bright in minstrelsy. They are billed to appear at Button's New Grand Sunday and Mon. day nights, January 5 and 6, and an extra Monday matinee. They have this season an organization which in every sense meets the highest critical demands. But there are other things which demand mention because of their worth. This season thousands of dollars have been expended in scenic ac cessories that are marvels of grace, ele gance and effectiveness. When the cur tain ascends on the first part a picture is presented that captivates the vision with its remarkable beauty. But what high art has done in the way of stenic embellishment wisdom has done in securing artists to gratify...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

we~tt (4 L/ _ _ t , / ý \\'\ `\E ýý , ý II E many social functions prdlicted for the ni ek dwlndlhd to a large r'el)ctton and dance given by the HIlver Bow clubh. an "At home" by Mrs. Joseph .I. Vivian, and several din lierl by so.ety favoritels. Sltiglhing and skatinK still rontlinue to be the general sports. The fresh, crisp air of the slkating rink Is 'very refreshing after the smoke of utipper town. The custom of wa thing the old year out and the new year in was generally observed. At the Sll\'er Itow club recep tin it halt was carllttd at rni.lnight to drink tor the Incoming year and to greet Father Time upon his co!lnncrinlg an other tWivIe month. The Father Time gre'cted uplon this oc casion was not equippe'lI with the tradl tional hour-glass and scytihe, blut from aill iklpearannes carried a go'+l watch ii and .must have had a nli wing InmachinLe that's the kind of Father 'l'imne we have In Butte-up-to-date. A ii(most elablornte srclal event was the reception and dan'er give...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

Or. Moore, Morley, Dreneen, Maloney. unakel, MaSImry, MoBrie, Morgan, Ep Mg, , M., M llUr, Papbon, I(o latelklr. $Iaddock, Matlook, . Blcktord, Ruote. W.elmetnoay, Wild, IrvtE, Berry, Burns. 'oseter, Ibaw, Shively, Dutto* Davis. Dawson, Joe Dawso% Drieot James -orble, Jha Perbi, Ryan, J. R. Russell. Alexander, Helneke, ,Hodgens, Hennessy. Pyle, Ferrell, Porter, Adam, Kellogg. EUllthorpe, Fair, Spur, Talbott, Nelden hoffen, Walsworth, Gibble, Dr. CUDbelt. McHatton, C. W. Clark, WelloomRa Bhackiston, Alexander, Hammond, Hlght. Lavelle, W. C. Lewis, Evans, Harrina bon, long, Dtrch. I.eonet. Caedne.. Rowande, De Wltt, J. K. Clark, Tilton. Busech, Tuohy, Kremer, Pearce, Boucher. Laulser. F. Ferrell, Tut-ner, Charles Leonard, Thomas Campoell, Fenton, Gil lie, Eneam'on. Platt, Crowbf, T. aM. Hodgens, Hand, Smith, *Johnstone, Lowery, Gus Omith, Cockrane, Hamlton. Charles Smith, Patten, Leggltt, Teller, William Thompson, J. M. White, Barker, Moulthrop, R. Reed, Fraaer, Gillette, chocolate ou...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

·*.iAA fit 04'I .+Ir i~1" LiL 1 - ·6,, Ir7'BE- I. Daring Color Schemes in Gowns- Rainbow and Stained Glass Ef fects Sought After By Modistes- Adorable Breakfast Gishas in Painted Velveteen. OLOR, color everywhere, that is the big feature in fashion this season, and happily the Ameri can woman belongs to the type that looks its best in rainbow and stained glass effects. So few black gowns are in active use, either for street or house, that the occupant of a simple, serviceable, sable frock, is set down as a hopeless old maid, or the victim of a late, unhappy bereavement. This does not mean, however, that black is not still utilied as a background for bold color combinations. What makes the skin hline whitest and -the figure seem slightest, but black broadcloth, cordu roy, crepe de chine, crepe de lalne, drap de Venice, or French felt? But if you hold dear your carefully acquired reputation as a woman of taste don't let your blacli frock or hat be worn without lavish and judicious sup...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

~il"lo · "l·, 01 5 GM~rLTINa PLANT AT CC -__ ý';ti. , . evýi .Cº ýOv ý ý:A ýý Nt ELENA, Jan., 4.-During the past year nearly $250,000 has been ex pended In additions and improve ments at the East Heletna smelter, located at East llelena, six miles East of Hetlena andil employing in the neighbor hood of 500 men. 'he Ilarge outlay was made necessary by the rapid growth of the Institution due to unusual activity in thei mines In the vicinity of Hlelena. The improvements consist of a mam moth smelter stack 255 feet in height. containing three million brick, or enough to build a small-lized town. C'onneet ing this stuck with the works are smoke flue·s a half a ndle In length, constructed partly of sheet steel and partly of ex panded metal lath covered with cement. The flues are egg-shaped, with the lit tie end down so that the dust will col leet in the lower part, and is readily re moved through doors at convenient sta tlons along the flue. This long flue con ducts the fumes into the thr...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 4 January 1902

Mines and MinirfI. ROUTE TO THUNDER FRED EOLOOXB SAYS THE ONE VIA BALYON IB BErT. CAME OUT ON SNOW SHOES Will Return in February With Sup plies-Dlistance From Salmon About 189 Miles - Wagon Road of 50 Miles. Fred Holcomb came out from Thun der Mountain last week, arriving in Salmon on the 24th, says the Lmhl 1lyr aid. He found the trail very good, hav ing only one day of hard snowshoeing. He aays things have s.ettled down to business basis there for the tinter, and that travel In and out by every other trail is suspentded. lIe will go back in February wlth a pack of supplles. Mr. Holconlb has always outfitted at salmon for his Thunder Mountain en terprises. He says there is no question that the Salmon City entrance is the best one to that country. When asked if he could go into that country In F'tb .ruary he replied that there is no doubt .of It. lie says hi: can go in at any season of the year. The route he taken mankea the journey 110 miles from Salnmon. Of this distance a wagonl ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 January 1902

BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. OL. X. N .243 DUTTD. MONTANA. MOWNAY EVENING, JANUARY 6, 1902. PRICE FIVE CT LONO MAKES LONGR EPLY WRITES EXPLANATORY LETTER TO SENATOR KNUTE NELSON. SAMPSON WAS IN COMMAND Courts Settled Question of Prize Money Department Having Nothing to Do With It - Criticism Alto gether Unjust. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Jan. 6.-Secretary Long has addressed to Senator Nelson of Min nesota, a long letter defending the navy department against what is declared to be unfriendly criticism in connection with the distribution of prize money apd boun ty. The letter Is called forth by one from the senator asking for information on this point for the use of a Western newspaper. The secretary declares that the criti clsm that the department has discrim against Admiral Schley in the distribu Inated in favor of Admiral Sampson and tion of prize money and bounty is un just, because the department has no con trol over this matter, the money being distributed from the treasury and...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 6 January 1902

GET BIG CONTRAC1 II OICA18 BUILDING 8TREE7 B3&1OAb IN TOKIO. BUILT IN THE UNITED STATES laid to Be the Largest Xachinert Con tract Ever Given Out From Orien tal Oountry-Road Running in 1903. (By Associated Press.) New York, Jan. 6.-The Tokio Tet" sudo Kubushiki Kwalsha, a Japanese concern, has concluded arrangement, through Mitsule and company of New York city, whereby American firms wil furnish the equipment, valued at nearly $800,000 for the first electric tractior sytem in Tokio, the largest contract of Its description ever awarded for Amer lean machinery by a far eastern concern, The General Electric company will build three 1200 kilowat genernt.irs. Thu three 18-horse powers cross compound horizontal engines are to be nianufac tured by the Mclntosh-Heymour com pany, of this city. There will be eight water tube holl ers, aggregating 4400-horse power tif be furnished by the Baicock & Wilcox company of New York; th' Hiake Branch of the Internationcl Pump com pany of New Yo...

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