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I RACING. fligh-Class Racing June 21st to Sept.I Unje. the Auspicci of Montana Jockey Club First race at 3 p. in., each racing day. Street cars direct to track, while C lutilbia Garden cars will tranfer. Admission `. LADIES FREE. Hlugh I. Wilson, president; I.ou Frank, secretary; Jos.ph A. Murphy, presiding judge ; Ralph II. T'ozer, as.,ociate judge. LITTLE BITS FROM ALL OVER Items of Minor Import from tho Four Cor ners of This Larth. Delarcy's Daughter to Wed. daughter i. to Iu ni; arried to Mr. Ferreira, the :.neral's it5 t'al y in the IDutch Ie formtd churih at (;lg l ,,v-n todlay, ,ays 6 l,, ldattn di-patth. Teetotalers in Convention. ;, .A York, July . I ,,etotalers fruim il ,,ver the c(,tittry ha;ive ;attended ainti v'cr-ay servic., at (Ocan Grive, N. J., under the auspice, of the "Ntinal [ltt pera:t, society. lishop Janes N. Iitz gerall of St. Louis pre,ided. Judge Van R. Paterson Dead. Sn l'rancico, tuly M28. V'an It. Pat erson,. fromer judge of theL supremle court of California. is dead at his hmne here. lic swas a Inaitve of New Yotk. FEWER VESSELS BUILT THIS YEAR THAN LAST Qecrea°,e in Number and Tonnage Re ported Is Slight, However-Outlook for 1903 is Bright. New York, July -t..-.\ pcblicati'n ja-.t issue5 l gistes the l tultn er it vessels tuilt i. iitedil States hart, luring the yearll ded one i, as t,67, ll, 473,1M. t r-"es t ,l . tl th~ ' year preeding there- t ere built 1,7,i vesselu , of tisi.6t t1 groi . This; ye.r the sail tonnage agg reg-ted t , 0 2,t last year 2:8,o99 toll.. A subhstantial Increase is nIote in 1..ec *teanmrs, which aggregate 2.;..Ir " tll;, as pgainst 2.35,263 tons for last year. Canal boats and barge have declined trunt 88, 331 to 57,502 tons, No new orders of iimportance are noted ont the seaboard ad in thi pet the t ut look is not as favorable as it was a year ago. Ilp it great lakes district there is every Indictiiin of a v'i lucte of ship building il 193 fully equal to the record year ntow closing. ibout tid-stuntnllr as their mosnt active period is the fall and winter. In the year closing they have built 43 vessels, co ting about t,.u5o,ooi. They already hate for the euotinig year orders for .8 vessels that are to cost about $7,5o,0ou0. This snttumary does not, of course, take ltlo account any of the small vessels. It efers only to large steel ships. In this list of new lake vessels for the year clos ing, as well as the year to cotnu*, only two are tow barges. lThe lung steamer is: sup planting the stcantcr andi its consort. CHAMBERLAIN'S FRIENDS WORRIED ABOUT PREMIER It Is Said He Has Been in Bad Health Since Recent Accident-Heart Action Is Irregular. [1i1 A.,.(' I s ti:mi riem s,,1 New York, July -8.--C(olonial Secretary Chalim rlaini', cmlition is again gising be Zious concern tu hi-, friend- and grave rut .nor are current. <tys a \Vorld dispatch from Limldoun. It is said, acmcording to the Corre-'pondent that since M1r. Chamberlain was hurt in a c.al accident July 7, ihe has had recurring attacks of irregtular heart actbin,. The cardiac troubles are so serl outs lhat he has bIeen examined by three. cmiini .,it specialists in heart affections and after :i consultation they forbade him to resui:mm work iil the hmause of comlmons last "Ithmrm lcy as he had proposed to do. It is said the lphysicians feared the ex citin., scenes that would take place on his re-al :trance in ptirliament. hMr. Chambirlaiin's secretary has pub jislhle the statieum-mt that the colonial sec ftl;ary is rccovering imooe slu\to; than was expecti I. As the coloniil oflice appropriations are to bie discusscl iin thie house of commnnons Imir'ue lsy, it is a matter of extreme interest wvhethier or not ihe will be there to take part n the discussion. While heretofore the re port, concerning his health were favorable, the t'ine has now changed. WOUND IS HEALING RAPIDLY His Majesty's Health Is Excellent and He Is Moved from His Couch. [Ie .- ci ' u rmm :i. ratiss,. ('owe.s Isle Of Wight, July 28.-An of ficial hulletln issued last Ilight says the king's health montlimnes excellent and the '-outmd is hcalinl. rapidly. Ils maimjesty w'as able to blie no ecd from his couch tl his whierled chair for a few hours yesterday. TRIBE OF WHITES IN MINDORO ISLE NATION OF WHOM BOTH SPANISH AND ANMERICAN AUTHORITIES WERE IGNORANT THRIVES THERE. HAVE METROPOLIS OF TEN THOUSAND PEOPLE Ae Pa.t ,'Ily Ck,:i ,tl . anzed, bat Hostili to /II Forcigners---Ame ican Army Ofii c.r Fresh front th: Phil pp,nes Tells of -low He Came to Learn of Their ILx istc.:,e .,-.t.J Know of Than. ti n I* . i i - ,,.. ily .:i . I,. ,ts n:mtf lie ( L TImen, t, I.:,' o thi hilipill e lii t'ils, t.tu u,-i, Ir. l, t i li.u ,l. I:iels oii the ic x. itrnce l.' ttlir n iy 11' ii, r "of Milidr ilaId of :i perell' .hi ; ra e, sei.i civilized, pa llty ,hI -iit r ', I, but cruelly hostile in the,'ir ,li. urt, ir., t of .' lllli( ;lation lwi th h.e outiii' . ,r'l1. ilodle'ii to I'eilti':i a ll the i fl nt si iii Iiithre e'xhile ive iatui.':.i, , litell of a i co ntryt rich in vei-' ta bl le n ii eral wr ealth :t ,i oft i pr'ople skilled in the varioutt dome,.tic craflt;l, orderly, Oetnle, hospitable, bllut well en ig nh sati el with th little worlI toi resent the in lr sii. n f the srii n ii tk iv iliation i f the otin ide. Lieutenanski t l)c ('l; rin.Iont ta st: tioned ai t l'agl hilan, T.,ai. jabls province, Mindor ihsland,l the t story of thi whiIte people tll him by Ii ne Manuel t!,.tr., a native of higch -tandlin., was corroborate-. by Ih,. Ido.al prit.st ani by the re.idth nts of the province. City of 10,000 People. "H ere in .M inl,,r -" lie said. "w'e have one 'ace that is pl'rf'ctly wthite. They have in the interior, a, their headquarters a city of mtre than I, ,,n inhabitants. 't'her'e are is manl . more of theta ,catte red throughout the country surroumlinug their capital." Accrhdng to t.iastro lhi lt, i tt'cc of the.(- \white folk, wais discovered .:g years ao,. by a Spanish surgeon who took two ofil the hite t hilhren t(h I",urope. t rnte of them hI. lopts.l Imtn i'ducated is a la. yer. 'I hi. on" r,,turn. ,l to Ihte isl .l and aft'rw:-I' .r wrote to lih' Spanish sur ,,c n. lhi h.Id fo,,un hi, p,:uen.s :o:,l hoad ,h ideh' to c...I hi'i I,10 with thent and their pI ol- e, 'Iht..v :.-e ,hi auneldan,, he said, and u le propo,.eI to devote his life to introdi, in' the ('hrilion reli};ion and in other ways to Igive the ploph* Itrou whom h, had then kihnapel, the bhnetit of hi'i kno,,hled'le 'Ihe yvl.i L,=twver, it i, :aid, is the ruling sultan of this i.,lat.,l people. Tribe Really Exists. ""I ilve',tig;atle ' to-tro's ., (t ry" ,.idI 1.e'trna;nt )U ' I lariini lt. "and ,,tistw' Im ) "e ll Ih l a i raLit o f w h ihe , r at lll t i. .ts nn .linthd rn ih l I. I hald :il opportunity to tgo ill with ai xploration pally, billt lh state of lily health ftrbaide. I rtportal the i1latter to theI gvernllent bIureau whici h is engt agl ', in tr) in ti, fiin, out ju.t wh:it they have in the Philippines, and wav: ii formed that th' also hadu been inf,,rlnI of the tribe, hut hi;il even unable to locate themi . I gave lht ln Ill the infrmaltiun I h1:01 :tmli ('xpret to hear sho)rtl) ' " tho c o' gani.at ion ol . n exploration expelition.," FEAR INTERNATIONAL MIXUP Anglo-Japanese AllIance Concerning I iy s . ,i I IA I) i' ll] .. 5 Corea Cause, France Uneasiness. New York. July _M. It is rllloret.! that uanIgl-Japal 'e alli.mlie respecting Korea i: creating uitteasiiltes, at l'aris, said a dis patch from Cotl.,md It is fealred tha:t if the rlepourt h c. l firnidl that a grave internlational sit'.t i, will be createdt, lFrance an.l Ru~i. al ready having ltuaiuiltecd Kurc.t', iniepeld c ce. TALLY HO PICNICKERS STARTING FOR RANCH Wheicn iMrs. J. M. \\'Whlite aid hir ta~llth1, arty of femlilile gulsts \were just ready for the crack of tlie whip to start them off for Strattoi's ranch on Thursday after noon, the Inter M ountain's staff photogra pher happencd along with his camera. The TALLY-HO PARTY LEAV ING FOR THE PICNIC. . , . , Inter M ountain publi:hes the result to day. In tihe company were: Misses Maud Gaten, Margaret MlcElrain, Madge Raleigh, Margaret Scalln, Ielen 'fouts, Nell Lloyd, :lorence Simpson, Hlattie Young, Mary Corvan, Allie and Annie Lowry, Julia and Hattic Sanders, Daisy Dawson, Bessie Skyrme, Louise IHorgan, Ella and MEXICAN PANTHER AT LARGE IN PARK BIG BEAST BROUGHT TO BRONX FOR EXHIBITION BREAKS OUT OF CAGE AND ESCAPES. EXTREMELY INTERESTING TO PICNICKERS ABOUT A~ inal Is Not Vicious ard Fled on Ob bcrving That His Attendance at the Fcast Was Not Desired--Rushes One Palty and Devours All the Grub, In cludin.: the Table Clcth Niw Yo,rk, July ... -(nawiig it:, way ot.t ~i a hoi in lthe Zoological (hardens in I'r11' Ipark, a .your.n. Ii;lthier just arrived int s ,lxicto walke.l tip to a picnic party 0 ti snmen and chihlreri and, astniishlied by tI ir panic, julupet d over their hliads into a tree .and has since led keepetrs anid hItllt crs a weary cha>,e through the llronx park jungle. 'I he pllther is a line specimen 18 inches high t the hii ull irs, five feet long. ;aibi weighs 15 potuntds. ie was hippedt frtomi .dt.co in a pine box with slats. "I' rendi r the postsibility of his scaape moire ntillicult, lie \iw, chainted to thel inside of thet crate, a heavy collar ithtie fastlted ;lbut his nieck, to which lthe end of the chain was tied. \When the crate ativeld at the Zoiiogical park it was deposited near the reptile lhouse piendling the eshtallishnitit of its Occull)nllt inl regu lar q(larters. Thei kceeper having r.inoved one of the slats a;I unfaIliastiCened the allinial's collar, left the crate tunguarded for a time. The panlthler lust ino time in attacking with t,.eth and claws the slats which stood lie tween him andt liberty. Interesting to Sightseers. iThe park was filled with sightseers when the animal tescaped'. (uningly avoiding the open walks by keeping close to the bush wooidl, which inl places is very dense, lie succeeded in cscaping front the Zool ogical reservation and passed itlto a dense ly wooded part of the park. Then he escallpe was discovered. Keepers with shot guins and gnus anld ets started forth to capture the atnimal. Trhrough the heavy brutsl the little posse made its way northward, but four hours passedl efore any tracte was found. Abo\lut a mile north of the mllseutin a party of to children out picnicking saw the panther emernte from a thicket. It ran toward them aiind t.ley fled. ()n one occa siotn he wandered tip to a tablecloth upot4 which a lunchlieon hail been spread, and quickly lcevoured the tmnal. Sightseers made their way from the park, bttt only fleeting glimpses of the anilmal were ob taineld, although the huntt was kept tip till night. The park autholrities say the. pather is not vicious, and that it probhaly will be shot by someone living near the scene. SETTLEMENT OF COUNTRY IS PROGRESSIN.G SL.OWLY British Government Officials Working Hard in Transvaal-Situation Is Complex. Ne..w Ys,k. July .:g. lThei settlementcli of the eountry about JohannIIeslbrg, according to adlvices, is being taken in hand with all pi, .ible discpatch, cabllc the I.otndon cor replpoent iof the Tribune, hut it cauipot Ie .xlpctedl that progress will be registlqred by ,pecific lanldmarks every day or week. lac: i dlepartment of state is working at full iresnure. T'he work to be done is inormous and the obs.tacles removable only gradulally. In the public work; department says the ,orrs.polndelt, things are almost at a ,tul.itill, niling to the ditliculty of pro curing goods from the coast. ,Mamie I)ricoll, Fa:,nnie Thorniton, Cora Sanders, E'leallor and Viola lorgan, MIar garet Ilanson, Elza, l.eilah and Theo Rus sell; Mesdames Charles W\. ('lark, J. C. C. Thornton, D. J. Ilennessy, James ]or his, A. T. Morgan, Thomas Lavell, Lulu Largey, George Rockwood, M. L. Cunning ham, Fayettc IIarrington, Fred Sully and the hostess, Mrs. J. Mi. White. The tallyho merrymakers enjoyed a sumptuous country supper at Stratton's ranch and drove hoame for ping-pong and a spread at the home of the hostess in the evening, being joined there by a number of gentlemen. TOLD ACTRESS HPE' WAS HARRY TRM FORCES HER TO SUPPLY HIM WITH DRINKS-BEATEN NEARLY TO DEATH BY POLICE. [BI AS.SOClATED rii:SS.] Seattle, Wash., July 28.-Williaml A. Nixon tried to win a woman's affection in the guise of Tracy and is nearly dead frhum the effects of his story. Hie told ;Ia actress in the Music hall that he was none other than the desperado and threat ltned her life, if she told. lie made Ihr buy him drinks and promise to sup ply him with money. S:;ttlrday night when lie entered the tlav.er, hle was attacked by a policeman ;a,1 the proprietor, Joe Williams, a brother of leputy Sheriff Deck Williams, who :a s wounded in a battle with Tracy at Il.thell. July 3. lie was pounded into iI ensibility and has not fully regained hi, faculties yet. The mistake was dis ,,;ered whenl tie Iman's features were a tampared to those of a photograph at ilice healdquarters. It is amosst a miracle that the police miI: did not shoot first and investigate alrasards, as he was told positively that th 111111m was T'Tracy anlld a reward of nI.arly $7,0ao is offered for the desperado, da val or alive. GEOLOGISTS COMING TO EXPLORE THE BIG HORN Party of Chicago Scientists to Tour Wyoming Valley-Another Bunch Is in Montana. [Iat ASiOCIATID raRESS.] Chicago, July 28.-The city of Chicago has just sent out two geological cxpedi tions to make extended trips of investi gation through the West. One of these parties, numbering seven persons, unlder the direction of Prof. Rollin Salisbury, has left for the Big Hiorn mountains, in Wyoming. 'They will be gone until tile first of ()October. The other expedi tion. consisting of s- students, in charge of Prof. R. I). George, leaves the city this morning for a tour through the Mis sissippi valley. Prof. Salisbury's party ex pects to spend the time studying the glaciation of the Big Horn mountains. Prof. (;eorge's students will study the rocks and topography of the Mississippi valley. A party of five under the direc tion of Prof. W. W. Atwood of the uni versity has been at work for some timlle among the Uinta mIountains in Utah. Another party of two accompanied by F. II. Calhoun is at work in the hills of Montana. In all nearly 50 students of the uni versity will he in the field this summer. WIND STORM DOES DAMAGE Immense Brown Hoist in Detroit Carried Thirty Feet-No Lives Lost. [LY AS:oCIA'fro I'D PREiSS.] Detroit. Mich July 28.-A severe wind ( storm did much damage here yesterday. The large Brown hoist, used to lift and carry heavy plates used in ship building, lies on the deck of the Northern Central car ferry transport at the Wyandotte ship yard, a total wreck, while the upper works of the car ferry are for the most part smashed to kindling wood. The Brown hoist is an immense piece of machinery which runs on a track 4( feet high, and about 500oo feet long. Just before the storm broke, the hoist was safely anchored about 4oo feet up the track with two chains. The Michigan Central car ferry transport lay at the (lock directly In front of the Brown hoist track. \Vhen the storm broke the chains snapped. The imense hoist ran to to the car ferry. The damage is estimated at $50,000. Other towns within 50o miles of I)etroit report much damage to property, but no lives lost. BELIEVE THE SENTRY HAS BEEN PMURDERED Prisoners and Guard Disappear from Fort Sheridan and No Trace Is to Be Had-Foul Play Feared. [fa ASSOCIATED PRE:SS.] (Chicago, July 28.-Two prisoners, Fred l:nnis and John McQuit, and Sentry Will iant Treet of Company M, Twenty-first in tantry, who was guarding them, have dls appeared from Fort Sheridan, and no trace of the missing men has been found. Searching parties have been sent out in every direction, have scotured the woods and1 ravines, but have failed to secure a clew. W\hether the guard has deserted with his prisoners or whether he was over powered by his charges and lies in seine deserted spot, gagged and bound or, per Ihaps, murdered, is a matter of conjecture, although the trustworthiness of the soldier is ground for the belief that an encounter has occurred. MYSTERIOUS MURDER IS PUZZLING THE POLICE Unidentified Woman in Fashionable Garb Found Dead in Chicago Resort Big Case Behind Story. [B\Y AssocIArll PREaSS.] Chicago, July 28.-Her face black from strangulation and blood Ilowing from a wounl in the side of her head, the body of an unidentified woman about 32 years old arnd fashionably garbed was found in a wine room of Henry O'llara'..s saloon In Wells street, near the river, this morn ing. The police soon afterwards arrested James Grant and Edward Goff, said to have been seen in the colmpany of the womlan. The policemen on duty on Wells street were notified by an unknown man that a woman was dead in the saloon. The offi cars at once entered the place allowing the unknownll ian to pass on, In a rear room they found the woman. Other womnen and tmen who were found drinking at the tables seemted to be ignor ant of the tragedy that had occurred. The dead woman is unknown to the frequenters I of the saloon, and from her appearance the police say they do not believe she was 6 accustomed to entering such places. The Stheory of the police is that she was I drugged, taken into the saloon and there killed. Bloodstains were found on the collar, necktie and shirt of one of the Ug expected. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Frank Vivian, deceased: Notice Is hereby given by the under signed, executrix of the estate of Frank Vivian, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the neces sary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the offices of Kirk & Clinton, Ilirbour building, Butte, Mon tana, the same being the place for the tran saction of the business of said estate, in the county of Silver Bow, state of Mon tana. MARY VIVIAN, Executrix Last Will and Testament of Frank Vivian. Deceased. KIRK & CLINTON, Attorneys for Estate. DTatd Butte, Montana, this 23 day of July, 190o. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. james Coslctt, plaintiff, vs. Ida Coslett, defendant. Alias summons. The State of ;.lontana sends greeting to the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the clerk of this court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and to serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty (2o) days after the service of this summons (exclusive of the day of service), and in case of your failure to appear or answer judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. The action is brought and is being tmin tained by the plaintiff to obtain a judgment and decree of this court dissolving the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between the plaintiff and defend ant above named, the grounds for the said action being desertion, as the same more fully appears from the verified complaint of the plaintiff on file herein. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 15th day of July, zoo3. SAMUEL M. ROBhRTS, (Seal.) Clerk. By J. F. Davies, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE I NOTICE I All goods, wares and merchandise stored with us at 42 \\est Broadway, will be moved to our new warerooms, ao West Broadway, beginning July g9, and this is to notify you, one and all, that we are obliged to do this, and if you are not satisfied with tie change call and take your goods out. Also this notifies you to protect your insur ance policies; have them transferred, as we shall not be responsible for your neg lect after this notice. We also notify all insurance companies who have insurance on any sk':age In our care to note the change ar.J protect their customers. Butte Exchange Furniture Co., ao West Broad way. J. CHAUVIN, Manager. COLLECTIONS. BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY CtUL. lects bad bills. try it. irs North MaI.l CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELECTRIC CARPET cleaning Co., 130o W. Broadway. Tele phone 867A. CARPET CLEAN!NG-G. E. SHALE. Mgr., Mont. and Porphyry. Tel. 669-M. FOR SALE First-Class NewLodge ing House. Located in the heart of city. Will sell for $1,0oo; less than cost, on easy terms. Party wants to leave town. Address: J. M., Inter Mountain. DR. HUIE POCK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand father down. Born and schooled in the profession. Treats all diseases, making a specialty of chronic trouble. :onsult me. 227 Seuth Main St. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P. R. R. Co In vmproving what was originally the bnest track to the West. RESULT. A c.,npsratively straight and level soadhbed ballasted with dustless Slher. 'tan granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The .'itanttude oi the work must be seen o be appreciated. \VHAT DOES IT MEAN? .olid comfort, security and pleasure to put patrons. Aur E YOA J GOING EAST? II so, you cannot afford to go via any other than this ROYAL ItIIGH',YAY. Further information on application personally or bL itter to t. 0. WILSON, 0. S. L. Butte, Montana. THE TRAIN OF 1902 Il the new "Great Western Limited," the most sumptu ously equipped train r~n nlng every night between St. Paul and Minneapolis, and Chicago and Kansae City vir .... Chicago Great Western Railway J. P. ELMER. GOneral Passenger Agent, CHICAGO, I1,. WANT ADS. WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notice, frkernatl ociety notices, entertainment notIact, lards ol thmnes, so cents a lin, each insertio. Help wantea situations wanted, housesn aS rooms, real ettte, etq., as words or leas, it cents; td to so words, so cents; st to as Fords as cents. No discount for additional Personals, forttne tolling, palmists, proprlt tr remedies, a cents a word each lnass. ANSWERD TO ADVERTISEMENTS Addressed care the Inter Mountain and left as this oafie, should always be Inclowsed sealed envelopsd, I's stamp is rcqulred on such letters, The Inter Mountain will not he responslble for errors in adnertisemeats taken through the telephone. HELP WANTED. WANTED--BOYS, A, D, T. COMPANY. VA NT - ADA.L-ROU:~D BLACK smith and horseshoer. Good wages to right mant. Address J. W. Daly, Big Timber, Motnt. HOTELS ANn RESTAURANTS. Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel Dan Tewey, proprietor-_.s. The moat abundant nimal of best.cooked food for s5c. As much e you wane ot any and every dish, all for ae Try one of oar d.nners and be convinced hai It is the b . on earth for B.:e money, -SOUP Beef Brott, .--BOILED. Corn Beef and Cabbage. -ROAST rfmine Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with Drsing. -ENTREES. Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Beans. Pigs' Feet, Spanish. Minced Veal on Toast, Codfish Balls, Cream Sauce. Blackberry Cobbler. -VEGETABLES.A Steamed Potatoes. String Beans. Young Carrots in Cream. Potato Salad. -PASTRY. Fresh Peach and Pumpkin Pie. Rice Pudding. Vanilla Sauce. California Stewed Peaches. Special for 4 p. m.-Beefatejb: Spanish, t..aed Salmon. Cold Meats. MISCELLANEOUS. LADIES - USE OUR HARMLESS remedy for delayed or suppressed period ; it cannot fail. Trial free. Paris Chem ical Co., Milwaukee, Wis. FOR SALE-FURNITURE IN EIGHT. room house; close in; $ao., J. E. Rick. ards Co., No. 49 East Broadway. \VANTED-A YOUNG LADY WISHES room and board in a strictly private family; references exchanged. Address J. M. J., this office. WANTED - NICELY FURNISHED flat, 3 or g rooms, bath, best locality. Address Foreigners. WANTED - SECOND-HAND FURNI. ture. Hogae, No. ass East Park street. THE MON TANA TEANSF. t L.. :, Ti;g ess and most thorouihl) eqpiped outfit iL the city and iul glre .~u bet servic,. Office IS West S", ..w,. Tqlepols,., Postofie Box, 763. PALMIST. MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD RE AER; reading,. Soc. at6 South Idaho. FOR REhTr. FURNISHED ROOMS. FOR RENT-NEWLY FURNISHED rooms; strictly modern. 8.1 West Galena. HOUSES. FOR RENT-1-.ILACE LIVERY STA. ble and lodging house on South Main street. Accommodations for So horses. Lodging house contains :8 rooms partly furTfished. Slemons & Booth. Rooms , a and 3, Silver Bow block. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS--MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 4t East Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - I OW sates. Room a, '7 West Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN & Arnmitaga Co., Hirbour block, N. E. cor ncr Main and Broadway. FLiRN I LIRE. FOR SALE-TILE FURNITURE OF A small rooming house of 9 rooms, close in, on west side: will sell at a very low price; party leaving city; make us an offer on it. Chas. I.. Smith & Co., 33 West Granite street. HIGHlESTI' PRICES PAIl) FOR YOUR second-hand furniture and hluucehold goods; just starting. Address i.4 South Main Street, Feldman & Co. SECOND-.IANID GOODS BOUGHT and sold; freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechsli, 124 \Vest Plark. Will move August St4 to 42 \Vest Broad way. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. RANCH FOR SALE.--32o ACRES OF good hay land in cluoe vicinity to Putte. Apply to room 6:5, llenuessy biulding REAL ESTATE. Building Lots. We have for sale a large number of the most choice building lots in the city. Located in all sections, with authority to sell at prices that are very low, con sidering the demand for such property. Any or;- contempleting the erection of flats, re.sdences or store buildings should see us before they buy the ground. K. FORMEL & CO. Real Estate, so: W. Porphyry, IIEI.LO, 13ARGAIN IIUNTEIRS I FOR Sale-A stock anl hay ranch of 640 acres, unller fence, and range for I,ooo head of stock; good water right and plenty of it; good new cattle sheds and stables, hay sheds; good, new three room house with water in it; mo miles from Butte. Thomas Wadsworthi 1536 Talbot avenue, Butte. \V A N T E D-REAI, ESTATE-WE have a party who wants a small three or four room house, worth from $700 to $1,ooo. If you have such a prop erty, with a good title, call and see us. We can sell it for you. Charles L. Smith & Co., 33 \Vest Granite street.