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PITY PEDAGOGUES
UPON THIS FRIDAY
TEACHERS ARE UP BEFORE COUNTY
SUPERINTENDENT, AND SHE
IS PUTTING IT TO 'EM.
MISS MULLINS FINDS OUT
WHAT THEY DO NOT KNOW
Teachers Engaged for Outside Districts
-Where These Districts Are and
How Long They Are Open-Some
thing of the Appropriations for School
Purposes in Silver Bow County.
Miss Mary Mullins, superintdedcnt of
Silver Blow schools, is holding her regular
examination of applicants for teachers
certificates in the Iligh school today. There
are 20 applicants for certificates of the
first, second, third and professional
grades. The examination will continue
tomorrow and in a few weeks the super
Intendent will lie able to announce the re
sults.
Teachers engaged for outside districts
for the coming term are as follows: For
Melrose, Miss I.ida Humplreys; for
Rocker, Miss Helen Pierce; for Silver
Bow, Miss Helen L. Connell; for Greg
son's Springs, Miss Mamie Supivan, and
for Burlington, E. E. Paxson.
School Will Open September 15.
As the county is small, there are but to
districts in all. Besides the Butte there
are three-No. 2 at Burlington, which has
two schools; No. 3 at Silver Bow Junc
tion, with two; and No. 5 at Melrose, with
one-that have ten months of school. The
apportionment just made by Miss Mullins
gives these schools $54.8, $58.39 and
$37.93 respectively.
All will open during the coming month.
The Blutte school will open September is,
immediately after the teachers' institute,
which convenes September 8, and will be
in session for five days.
Because the valuation of the county has
decreased during the year, the county
school fund will not be as great as in iaot.
It has been estimated that the levy will
not bring the amount within $7,000 of
that of last year but as the schools of
Butte are now on an excellent financial
basis, there is every assurance that the
difference will not materially affect the
length of the term.
Report for Year 1901.
Mliss Mary Mullins, county superintend
ent of schools, today completed her re
port for the school year ending August 31,
1902. and adds a supplementary report
showingl the apportionment of the money
which has accumulated in the county
school fund since last March.
From Miss Mullins' report it is seen
that the Butte schools will get $6,97o.69,
on an apportionment of 6o cents per capita.
The total amount to be distributed is
$7,o01.95, but as district No. --compris
ing Btutte and the suburbs-has more than
go per cent of the pupils, it gets the bulk
of the money. Silver Bow county, accord
ing to the last census, has 31,630 children
of school age, (between 6 and 23) rnd,
of this number, 13,247 are enumerate., at
district No. z.
JOSEPH WANTS TO
BLEED THEM HARD
Chamberlain Thinks He Can Get
$5.J,000,000 Out of the South
African Colonies.
[itY ASSO(CIATBD PRFSS.]
London, August 39.-A dispatch fromn
Pretoria to the Times in which the cor
respondent voices the popular protest
against the attempt to increase the tax
on mines, with a view of making the
new colonies contribute to the cost of the
war, says well founded reports credit
Joseph Chamberlain, British Colonial Sec
retary with the idea of getting front
$25o,ooo,ooo to $5oo,ooo,ooo from the col
onies for that purpose.
"It is wet. to face the facts," says the
Times correspondent, "and the facts are
that for many years to come, there will be
no prospect of the Transvaal having any
surplus above what is necessary for the
proper development of the country. It is
obvious that ally attempt to exact even
$25o0,000,000ooo would permanently hamper
thie resources for what at best for years
will remain a poor country, dependent
upon a single industry."
BLAND ORIENTALS
ARE AT IT AGAIN
Difficulty in Raising Funds Is to Be
Communicated to Your
LUnclo Samuel.
[ Yv ASSOCIA}IED PR'I.S-.' .
.Loudon, August 29.-The Shi1anglhai cor
respondent of the Times calles that be
sides heavily taxing the people, the pro
vincial governors of China are utilizing
the indeztlulity to be paid tie foreign posw
ers for raising loans and are corruptly ;a.
propriating large sulls of mooney to their
own purposes.
As an instance of this, the correspond.
end quotes the case of the governor o:
Chee Kiang, who obtained a loan of
$140,000 from an American bank at Shang
hai, on the plea that he was unable t'i
mcct the demands of the revenue board.
The governor's alpplication for a loan
was accompanied by a particular request
that the bank would coummunicate the gov.
ernor's dilficulty to the American minister
in China.
Bar Aesociation Is Done.
[BY As:SocIATED i'alSS,]
Saratoga, N. Y., August 29.-The
eAmerican Bar association today elected
the following officers: Francis Rawle,
Philadelphia, president; John lHinkley,
Baltimore, secretary; Frederick S. Wad
hams, New York, treasurer.
S h a,,v*€.t VwV.,v,.*V .. ,..
INJECTION.
A PERMANENT CURE
of thO most obstinate cpas of Gonorrheoa
an, OMleot, gIarsateead In from 8 to 6
drla; na other trabament roauoted.
d by all drulll.
WALL STREET STOCKS
(Today's quotations.)
[BY ASSOCIATED PREss.1
New York, August ig.-Stocks opened
generally higher, although there were a
few prominent exceptions. Union Pacific
was In good demand. Bluying was heaviest
in some of yesterday's notably strong
stocks and there were s;everal bull move
ments. Rock Island and Amalgamated, of
this class, advanced . atnd lt4 points re
spectively, and l'acigc Coast a point.
Trade quieted clown and became very
irregular when the traders started to take
folk & Western and it rose to 32a%, sup
stantial fractions quite generally and to
5 in the iUnitedl States 1Express, 3 in
American Express and PIacilic Coast sec
ond preferred, and z1t 13; in Rock Island,
Texas & l'acilic and P'acific .onast.
Minor stocks figured more prominently
in the dealings, and there were a number
of important changes either way. A good
demand developed before noon for Nor
folk Western and it rase to 3214, supple
plemented by a rally to the top, Union
Pacific steadying the leaders.
Bonds were firm at noon.
New York Stocks.
(Reported by Coe Commission Company.)
New York, August 29. --Following are
today's opening and closlng stock quota
tions :
American Ice preferred .... 424 42'A
Amalgamated Copper ...... 67.,4 67
Anaconda Mining Company... o4 1o4
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 944 9536
Baltimore & Ohio ...........1144 114
Brooklyn Rapid Transit..... 67 6734
Canadian Pacific .........14134 14214
C., C., C. & St. I.......... o50 4 ,o614
Continental Tobacco Co.... 1241 1245
Chesapeake & Ohio ....... 5534 553S
Chicago & Alton ........... 43 4334
Colorado Southern ......... 34 34/
Colorado Fuel & Iron ...... 8j34 82/
Chicago Great Western .... 3434 34.
Continental (;as ..........224 224
I)elaware & lludson .. ....179!4 179
Erie ................... . 41 % 414M
Great Northern ............196~6 198
llocking Valley .... ...... too 1oo
Illinois Central .... ...... 17214 171.. 4
Iowa Central .............. 5o is 51
Kansas City Southern ..... 3834 38.4
Louisville & Nashville ..... s153. 154 1,
.eather ....... ............ .134 334
Manhatton Co(',nslidated .... 135.' 1353
Metropolitan Traction .....147, 148
Mexican National ......... 20!.3 20
Missouri, Kansas & Telxas... 3314 33.-4
do. preferred ............ 67/ 67/
Missouri aclic ............116 t6y/
New York Central ......... 1631i 16,3
Norfolk & Western ........ 73 73.4
Northwestern .... ........ 3'13: !:40
(Ontlario & Western ......... 3534 35.3
Pennsylvania Railw.y ......161? G161 .4
]'eople's (;as ..............104 104
Republic Iron & Steel.... .. 21'A 214
Reading ................. 683 693
do. first preferred ....... 86?4 8674
Rock Island ..............182 185 7,
Southern Railway .......... 39?4 39%1
do. preferred...... .. 97 96.
St. I.. & S. W. preferred... 7');4 7914
Smelter .... ...... ..... 46 46
Sugar Refinery .... .......1313.4 132
St. Paul ......... ........186 1865
Tennessee Coal & Iron .... 704. 70o5
Texas Pacific ...... ...... 5234 S531
Union Pacific .... ........ 112 113
United States Steel ....... 41 41H
do preferred .......... 90o 90
Wabash ..... ...... 4814 483.
Western Union .......... 9434 95oV
Wisconsin Central ... .... 30Y4 30o1
do preferred .... ...... 5634 56,4
Total shares, 761,6oo,
Money, 5 per cent.
Chicago Livestock.
[iM ASSOCIATED PR.ESS.
Chicago, August g.--Cattle: Receipts,
2,000, including 350 Texans; market,
steady. Good to prime steers, $8.oo0008.75;
poor to medium, [email protected]; stockers and
feeders, $2.505.25; cows, [email protected];
heifers, [email protected]; canners, [email protected];
bulls, [email protected] ; calves, $2.7507.25; Tex
as fed steers, [email protected]; western steers,
$4.00oo5.85.
Hlogs-Receipts today, o,oo000; tomor
row, 15,ooo; left over, 1,ooo; market, uoc
lower. Mixed and butchers, [email protected];
good to choice heavy, [email protected]; rough
heavy, [email protected]; light, $7.307.50; bulk
of sales, [email protected]
Sheep-Receipts, 4,00ooo; sheep steady,
lambs steady. Good to choice wethers,
$3.5004.00; fair to choice mixed, $2.So'
3.50; western sheep, [email protected]; native
lambs, $3.50o(6.oo; western lambs, $4.500
5.50.
COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS
(bpecial to Inter Mountain.)
Boston, Mass., August 29.-The cop
per mining shares closed today as
follows:
Amalgamated - - - - - $ 67.63
Anaconda - - - - - - 26.00
Parrot - - - - - - - 26.b0
Calumet & Hecla - - - - 531.00
Tamarack - - - - - - 172.00
Osceola - - - - - - 56.00
Utah Con - - - - - - 21.50
Shannon - - - - - - 9.00
COE COMMISSION
COE COMPANY n
(NOOPOATE-°)
Capital and Surplus $300,000.00.
Gen'I Offices Bank of Commerce Btdg.,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Stocks, Bonds,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Iloughlt and sold for cash or on margins for
fuutledelivery. Weown :i,l' cperatethe
must extensiev private wire isystem in the
United States.
We guarantee the execvtion cf orders
when limits are reached.
Valuable bunk of statistlcts free on,al
plicatlin.
kEFPIRENCES: 56 Nat'i and State banks
I I1TE (I1 (F! , II'f 1I R ElL'G
P. J. Of l.Cit, Loocl Manager,
Butte Hotel Stock Exchange
'Particular attention accorded orders ia
fractional lots of stocks and grain.
We Handle Stocks on Marginsof $S.oo
Per Share.
and upwards. All o:'ders filled at moment
they are received on our board.
Telephone 158
C. W. COCKRELL, Manager,
nlater Mountain Cent
"Wants" A Word
WANT AD. RATES.
Funeral and death notices, fraternal so
ciety notices, entertainment notices,
cards of thanks, to cents a line each
insertion.
Help wanted, situations wanted, houses
and rooms, real estate, etc., 5s words
or les, is cents; :6 words to ao words,
so cents; a2 to aS words, 25 cents. No
discount for additional insertions.
Personals, fortune telling, palmists, pro
prietary remedies, a cents a word each
insertion; $Sa.oo per month per line.
HELP WANTED.
\'ANTEI)-- RlI.IAIILE MEN AN)D -O
men to represent the National Fraternal
Union life, Health and Accident Insur
ance. Itig contract for deputies through
out state. No experience necessary.
Room 7, Itarret 111k. Blox 1623, Butte.
\VANTE,'I-G;Il{, FOR IHIND)ERY, IN
ter Mountain Publishing Co.
WAr'TED--BOYS, A. . T. COMP. i .
Wa\Vnted- girls for general house
work.
Wanted-3 girls for dining room work, fit
andl out of town.
Wanted-moo men for Yellowstone Park.
Wanted-- o men for Anaconda railroad
work.
Wanted-- o laborers for railroad on Great
Northern road.
Wanted-Girl for Deer L.odge, general
housework.
Wanted-.3 girls for general housework,
$25 per monthl; out of town.
Wanted-4 hotel waitresses; out of
town.
Wanted-Girls for domestic work; out of
town.
Wanted--Girls for housework in city.
Wanted--2 quarrymen, wages $3 per day.
to hours' work.
Wanted-Girl for general housework.
Wanted-Kitchen woman.
Wanted-a girls for housework.
Wanted-An experienced pumpman to
handle sinker and stationary pump.
Wanted--.1 good ranch men for general
work.
Apply City Employment Bureau.'
SITUATION WANTED.
\VANIT'D-PIOSITION AS HOUSE
keeper, by an experienced lady. Address
M. Inter Mountain.
WANTED-POSITION AS-CLERK OR
stenographer: three years' experience;
recommendations. Address J. C. Power
Brown, the Thornton.
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EX
perienced stenograper. Address M.,
Inter Mountain office.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
suite for light housekeeping, at ass West
Broadway.
FOR RENT-LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; also furnished roosms, at 34 East
Quartz street.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. t33
East Park.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS
everything first class; modern improve
ments; $So up. Hotel Oxford, South
Main street.
FOR RENT-UPTON BLOCK, FUR.
nished rooms for light housekeeping:
hot water; electric light; 41aY1 South
Main street.
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
room; reasonable. 327 South Arizona
street.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS AT
416 West Park street.
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, best location in city, excelleat
cafe it' connection, sor West Granite
street.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Lisa block, cor
ner Porphyry and Colorado. No chiH
dren.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, 3aa
We:t Broadway.
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, so5 North Montana street.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS
with all conveniences, 222 West Broad
way.
FOR RENT-TtHE LEYSON, a225 No.
Main street, nicely furn;ished rooms,
modern; rates reasonable. Mrs. En
gels.
FOR RENT-CHOICE ROOMS, UN
furnished, located in Meaderville. En
quire 20 West Park street.
WHY DON'T U MOVB?
The best light housekeeping building In
Butte, the Caplice, corner Park and Mon
tana. Roams from $5 per month and up;
includes electric light, heat, baths, etc.
Apply to room 23, over Sutton's Family
Theater.
Elegant rooms, one flight up, $s
per week; two flights, $4 per week; three
flights, from $8 to $so per month. No
house keeping kids or dogs. All front
rooms; have no back, side or middle rooms.
Corner Montana anl Broadway. The
Broadway, apply at office or room 18 sec
ond floor. DICK SUTTON, Manager.
FOR RENT-TIIREE NEWLY FUR
nished rooms; good location. 5it West
Park street.
FORIt RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, elegantly furnished. 322 West
Broadway.
FO(R LRENT-FURNISHED ROOMS AT
320 We\\'st B:roadway.
FOR RENT-ONE FURNISHIIED ROOM,
price $8. 222 WVest Broadway.
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED
rooms (upstairs). 333 South Arizona.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, AT
104 East Broadway.
HOUSES.
FOR RENT-2 ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping; modern. 814 West Cop
per street.
FOR RENT-NEW 3-ROOM HOUSE,
with basement. Inquire 1016 Michigan
avenue, South Butte.
FOR RENT- NICELY FURNISHED
four-room flat, with bath; centrally
located. Address Box 716 Butte.
HOUSES AND CABINS FOR RENT IN
exchange for labor. Tel. 7a7B.
FOR RENT-5-ROOM, MODERN FLAT
with bath, only $ao per month. Good
large rooms, Three-room flat for $t5,
with bath. Charles L. Smith & Co.,
33 West Granite street.
Advertise Your Wants
In The Inter rlountain
FOR RENT-4-ROOMED FLAT; MOD
ern; steam heat. Inquire Hotel Ox
ford.
iFOR RENT-ITHRE-ROOM HOUSE,
reasonable. azS South Arizona.
IhOR RENT-5-ROOMS FLAT, RANGE,
shades, in heart of city, $3o.oo Curtis
& Majors, 3S West Granite.
FOR 5Atu.
FOR SAIE-LEASE AND PART OF
fixtures of store on West Park, z5x7o;
first-class location. E. L., inter Moun
tain.
PROFESSIONAL NURSE.
MhlS. C. E. CHAPMAN, TIlE PROFES
sional nurse. auo years experience, best
of references. 78 West Silver street.
LADIES' TAILOR.
SPIEGEL, THE ONLY LADIES'
tailor in town. Work guaranteed,
prices moderate. i za West Granite.
-5---
)HU I UUtjtAtPrMl-.
PACIFIC STUDIO, als SOUTH ARI
zona street, Butte. First-class work at
reasonable prices and prompt attention
our motto.
DUSSEAU & THOMSON, PHOTOGRA
phers. First-class work guaranteed.
a17-219 East Park street.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CARROIL DOLMAN, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Room 3, Washington Block.
F. D. LINGENrELTER, ATTORNEY
at Law, Suite :8, Silver Bow Block.
"I ý/8
(Il
A COPa N H F
696
A COMPLAINT THAT SHOULD BE "FILED."
ASSAYER.
FITZPATRICK & LEWIS, ASSAYERS.
Successors to A. B. Rombauer, so8
North Wyoming street. 'Phone 659-B.
'. O. Box, I14.
JOHN R. BAPTY, ASSAYER, z17 HAM
ilton street, Butte, Montana.
COLLECTIONS. f
BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY 4,uL.
Itets bad billss try it. al North Main.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel.
Dan Tewey, proprietor-asc. The most
abundant meal and best-cooked food for -
ssc. As much as you want of any and
every dish, all for 5c. Try one of our
dinners and be con'inced that it is the
beat on earth for the money,
-SOUP- 3
Beef Broth. t
-BOILED-
orn CBeef and Cabbage.
-ROAS I-
Piluse Cut of Beef, Brown Gravy.
Leg of Mutton with Dressing.
-ENTREES
Stewed Beef, New Potatoes.
Boston Baked Pork and Beans.
Pigs' Feet, Spanish.
Minced Veal on Toast,
Codfish Balls, Cream Sauce.
Blackberry Cobbler.
-VEGETABLES-
Steamed Potatoes. String Beans.
Young Carrots in Cream. Potato Salad.
-PASTRY
Fresh Peach and Pumpkin Pie,
Rice Pudding, VanIla Sauce.
California Stewed Peaches.
Special for 4 p. m.--Beefsteak, Spanish,
Canned Salmon, Cold Meats.
I.EE'S PLACE, BUTTE'S STRICTLY
first-class restaurant. 45 West Granite
street.
AMERICAN RESTAURANT, 115 S.
Main street. Single nmeals, i5 cents
and up; short orders.
PARK CAFE.
GIVES THE BEST MEALS IN THE
city. Strictly first-class. Lunch 35c,
dinner 5o, week $7.00, Mrs. D. W.
McIntyre, proprietress, r19 West Park
street.
OCULIST.
DOCTOR T, A. GRIGG, E-. EAR,
nose, throat and lungs. Prices moder
ate. Terms cash. Spectacles, eye-glass.
es and artificial eyes in stock. 41 Hir
bour building, 'phone 934-A.
PALMIST.
MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER;
readings, Soc. a14 South Idaho.
STOVE REPAIRS.
FOR ALL STOVES AN,- RANGES,
Scott, 216 East Park. Tel. s65M.
MIDWIFE.
HOME FOR LADIES-MRS. WAT
mer, midwife, op9 Dakota st., Butte.
Inter Mountain I Cent
"Wants" A Word
TAILORS.
S. GOLDSTEIN, THE UP-TO-DATE
tailor, has removed to 124 South
Main, with a full line of woolens.
Would be pleased to see all of his old
friends. Prices reasonable.
TRANSFER.
THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS
the largest and most thoroughly
equipped outfit In the city and will give
you best service. Office is West Broad
way. Telephone, sat; postoffice box, 763.
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT-Four modern
furnished housekeeping rooms by fam
ily of three adults. D. W. T., Inter
Mountain.
MEDICAL.
MONTANA VIAVI COMPANY, 31a
Goldberg block, Butte. We treat success
fully diseases of women, catarrh, stom
ach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths
and massage treatment in connection.
CL.AIRVOYAN TS.
MADAM GUY, THE MOST NOTED
medium in Butte. Circles on Sundays,
Tuesdays and Friday evenings. Read
ings daily, at 13a West Park street.
CARPET CLEANING,
WEST SIDE ELEC. CARPET CLEAN
Ing Co., i3o W. Bdwy. Tel. 867 A.
HAI RDRESSI G.
MRS. BIRTHRIGHT, HAIRDRESSING,
manicure, chiropodist. 114 W. B'dway.
LOAN OFFICE.
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE-t8 E. PARK
street. Money loaned on every article of
value.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR DIA
monds, watches, clothing, etc. 7a East
Park. B. Epstein.
SURGICAL.
H. H. HANSON, M. D., GENERAL
operative surgeon. Offices as, a6, 27 Sil
ver Bow block. Telephone 4o2.
FORTUNE TELLER
AND CLAIRVOYANT.
You should see her at once and get
your life read-past, present and future
told. Madame Renno tells of love, mar
riage, divorce, reunites the separated,
makes the sorrowing heart glad; all about
work, trouble, changes, journeys and loca
ing mines; every kind of business.
Readings, $z, for six days only. Circleu
held on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
evenings at Stephens block, 144 West Park
street.
FOR Nu.:
SFoil PURm
0 e o House
(J, P t, t 1k6 "*
Yog PRESS THE
BUTTON, WE
Do Tt . REST.'
Advertise Your Wants
In The Inter lountain
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER
cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East
Broadway, Butte, Montana.
LOANS ON FURNITURE - LOW
rates. Room a, y7 West Broadway,
MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN &
Armitage Co. Hirbour block, N. B. cor.
ner Main and Broadway.
BOARD.
142 WEST GRANITE-FIRST-CLASS
table board; home cooking.
DANCING.
LEFORD'S DANCING ACADEMY, 317
l)akota; socials Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
School, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
DENTIST.
J. A. D. FORSYTH, D. D. S., EXPERT
dentist, so years' experience. All kinds
of filling, crown and bridge work spe
ciality; artificial plates at all prices;
teeth extracted without pain. We are
old established and reliable. Rooms, 7
and 8 Owsley block.
100 WATCHES.
WE HAVE PURCHASED FOR SPOT
cash, at large discount. We will sell
them lower than manufacturer's price.
Rubenstein & Co., jewelers, 73 E. Park.
BLACKSMITHS.
J. A. ROSS, ONLY EXCLUS V \
horseshoeing shop in Butte; fine, ad
made work speciality. s East
street. .
FURNITURE.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS,
all kinds, cheap. Sewing machines
bought, sold, repaired. 235-37 E. Park.
SECAND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold; freight paid to neighboring
towns. Oechsli, 4s W. B'dway storage.
SCAVENGER.
RELIABII.E SCAVENGER, J. E. HULL.
Satisfaction guaranteed; prompt ser
vice. Butte, Montana.
ATTENTION, BOARDERS.
GOOD SUBSTANTIAL HOME COOK
ing, centrally located; single meals, aSc;
by week, $5.oo. I a West Galena street.
FOUND.
FOUND--A PAIR OF GOLD-RIMMED
eyeglasses, owner can have same by
calling at 2as West Broadway and pay,
ing for this ad.
NOODLE PARLORS.
MEIWAH NOODLE PARI,.ORS, IM
porters fine teas, noodles. Chau, SrJe
Meiwah Co., 119, corner Mercury, the
alley.
MUSICAL.
RALPH JOHNSON, ASSISTANI VIO
lin teacher of Otto A. Olsen, the cele
brated voice and violin instructor;
studio so North Montana street.
MISCELLANEOUS.
LIGHT MACHINE WORK-BUTTE
Novelty Works, x7 North Arizona St.
W. F. Steward, Proprietor.
WANTED-AT ONCE, ONE GENTLE
team, weight, 2,ooo pounds; also har
ness and light wagon or express wagon
and tent. Call or address H. R.
Warner, 604 West Park, Butte.
WE ARE INSTALLED IN OUR NEW
quarters, No. ao West Broadway, with
best storage room in the city, and filling
fast. Our household furniture trade is
enormous--occupies five-story building.
Only house in the city that occupies a
five-story building. Our house has the
confidence of the people. We treat the
people right. We pay the best prioes.
We store your goods the best. We pack
and ship your furniture anywhere at
reasonable rates. We exchange; in fact,
we handle your goods any way you
want it.
BUTTE EXCHANGE FL 1:. CO.
J. CHAUVIN. Mgr.
Senator IHanna Is going to make a per
sonal campaign in Cleveland, determined
to overthrow Mayor Tom L. Johnson if
he has to talk to every voter inll Cuyahoga
county between now andl election day. lIe
has even intimatedl that on a pinch he
might kiss the babies.

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