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WALL STREET STOCKS
Today's Quotations: [av AssOCIATeo Par5s.] New York, Sept. 4.--Opening dealings In'the stock market showed considerable irregularity and there was pressure against some stocks which have recently been bu:l leaders, notably Reading, which lost t.j. The main drift of prices was downward. United States Steel was about the only stock of prominence that maintained a consistent tendency, the price rising to 424. Anaconda preferred and North American gained aVr@aV; speculative in terest shifted into the Wabash issues and blocks of many thousands of shares were bought, advancing the common and pre fered 46 and 3!4 respecti... Sellill: went on meanwhile in olthr stocks under cover of this bulge, and eventually price, gavc way very sharply. lBonds were ii regular. There was selling of stocks of roal c:ar riers, Reading fell j below utnder rccord of yesterday, and Pennsylvania 31r. The market declined gradually, with thu Pacifics and Southern stocks notably weak. A rally to I s In Manhattan and a rie of bbout a point in the active coalers steadied the market at a o'clock. New York Stocks. .(Reported by Coc Cunltissiun (omnp:anIy. New York, Sept. 4.-1-The opening anI closing prices follow: Open. Close. American Ice .... ........ 12 Ir do preferred ..... 1.... 42 41 ' I tAmalgamated Copper .. .. . 6,)31 68 American Cotton Oil ...... 5,' 5.1i Atchisoo, T. & S. a ........ 951e 9414 do preferred .... ...... 115its , 1i14, Baltimore & Ohio .... ....I15is 115!4 Canadian Pacific .... .....44)j 143.i C., C., C. & St. L..........so67A 5'.4 Continental Tobacco Co.... i23.! I25 Chesapcake & Ohio ....... 57'4 55'1 Chicago & Alton ..... .... 433/4 42) Colorado Southern .........13 4 .33 !i Colorado Fuel & Iron ...... H803 80o Chicago Great \Vestern..... 34, 34, Delaware & Hudson .......179.4 Holi Erie .... .............4... 4- 41? do first preferred ........ 7..i 7l o Great Northern preferred ..20oo z Hocking Valley R'y .......1 3 3o Illinois Central ...........17234 z72!' Ion.a Central ............ So!5 50 Kansas City Southern ...... 38'i .38' Louisville & Nashville .... 53! , 15=Ji Leather .... .............. .3 , r1341 Manzhattan ('onsilidated .....137!4 1.17' M.. St. I'. & S. Ste. M ...... 81 Ho' Metropolitan Traction .....! 8, 1- 48!1 Mexican Central ......... 29!. 29,* Mexican National ........ . i Missouri, Kansas & Texas. . . 3.34 3.1J3 d11. preferred ............ 68!. 67 New York Central ..........67 4 64, Norfolk & Western ......... 77;/ 75Y4 Northwestern .. ......23.1'7 239 Ontario & Western .......... 36' 35as Pennsylvania Railway ......169.4 167 People's Gas...... .......1o6!4 io674 Republic Iron & Steel ...... 2)4 21;1 Reading .. .. ............ 75.i 74 Rock Island .............9...)3/ 1g9: Southern Railway ........ 39. 39 Southern Pacific ......... 7.79 7837 Smelter .................. 46 4534 Sugar Refinery .............,32z 1323 St. Paul .. .... .....i8x! 187.4 TTennessee Coal & Iron...... 71) 70 Texas Pacific ............. 534 523 Union Pacific ..............1 i o4 Io34 United States Steel......... 42 42'4 do preferred ............ g 91 .W abash .................. 34 3534 do preferred .......... 48./ 4934 Western Union ........... 95. 95 Wisconsin Central ........ 30 2931 do preferred ......... ...5534 55/4 Money, 5% per cent. Total sales, 3,317,600oo shares. New York Stocks. Omaha Livestock. ieY ASSOCIATE:D PRESa.] South Omaha, Sept. 4.-Cattle-Re ceipts, 4,000 head. Market active and strong. Native steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cows and helfers, $3.aS@5.25; western steers, $4.oo0006.oo; Texas steers, $3.7505.35 ; cows and heifers, $2.800o4.40o; canners, $..email@example.com; stockers and feeders, $2.750 5.5o; calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, stags, etc., $2.oo0004.o. Hogs-Receipts, 3,500 head. Market slow and lower. Heavy, $email@example.com; mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org; light, $email@example.com; pigs, $7.0007.35. Sheep-Receipts, 9,600 head. Market firm. Fed muttons, $firstname.lastname@example.org; wethers, $email@example.com ; ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org; common and stockers, $email@example.com; lambs, $3.500o A en Kansas City Livestock. [1' ASSOCIAT:D I'IRESS.] Kansas City, Sept. 4.-Cattle-Receipts, hsooo head, including 3,500 Texans. 'Market slow and steady. Native steers, $4.Ofirstname.lastname@example.org; Texas and Indian steers, $a.5o @4.50; Texas cows, $email@example.com; native cows and heifers, $I.50o4.5o; stockers and feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, $email@example.com; calves, $2.00o 5.25. Hogs-Receipts, 5,0oo. Market weak to lower. Bulk of sales at $firstname.lastname@example.org ; heavy, $7.5ul7.65; packers, $7.357-.57,.j; mcdi Ol E COMMISSION O COMPANY it (INOORPORATEDi Capital and Surplus 5300,.)0.00. Gen'l Offices Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minneapolis, Mlnn. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS JBonught and sold for cash or on margins for future delivery. VWeown andl ceratethe msst extensive private wire ystelll in the United States. We guarantee the execution 'f orders when limits are reached. Valuable book uof statistlcets free on a) pilication. REFERENCES: s6 Nat'l and State banks i t;TlE OfFICE, IflliBOUR BLD' A. J. DARCH, Local Manager. Butte Hotel Stock Exchange Particular attention accorded orders in fractional lots of stocks and grain. We Handle Stocks on Margins of $s.oo Per Share. and upwards. 'All orders filled at moment they are received on our board. Telephone Ma8 a r L C. W. COCKRELL, Manager. um, $email@example.com; light, $7,.357.55; york era, $firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs, $6.So@7.25S Sheep-Receipts, 3,00ooo hea.L Market i shade lower and steady. Mutons, $3350 4.25; lambs, $3.7005.85; range wethers, $3.oo04.1S; ewes, $email@example.com. Chioago Livestock. [BY ASSOCIATED PRESa.I Chicago, Sept. 4.--Cttle-Recipts, to, ooo head, including 4,000 westerns. Mar ket, steady. Good to prime steers,' $8.oo (i8.85; poor to medium, $4.25(@'7.50; stockers and feeders, $j.5so1$s.a5; cows, $2.5o6,5.50o; heifers, $S2.50.6,Oo; canners, $I,50.o(r, .So; bulls, $2.So6'5.25; calves, $3.oor 715 ; western steers, $3.75@ ,575. Ilogs--Receipts--Tlday, 18,ooo head tonmorrow, :15,oe; left over, 6,700oo. Mar ket, steady to strong. Mixed antd butchers, $7.206( 7.70:; e o;od to chtoice heavy, $7.45 6, 7.75 ; rough heavy, $7.15(0 7.35 light, $7.250 7.5" ; hulk of salts, $7.35(' 7.5'' " Sheelr Receipts, 2,(o, hebad. .Sheep steady to lower. (,i.d,1 to choice v.ethe rs, $ .50 0 4.00; lair to chliec mixdtl, $3..-1 ' 3.5o; western sheep, $="5 .h 3.75; n:tive Iambls, $3.5',(, 6,.o; we.ter[n la -b, $3.75 Salt Lake Stocks. (Reportcl by (Co ('ntinisi''tt Co(,.) Salt I.ake, S pt. ,1.- -'I he folowiing wtr, the no e11 stock luot:,ationts: A jax (lid i) .... ................ $ . ('on. Mercur (hi 1) .............. 2.2 (':,1ti rt .( ..... ...... ... .. .... . 2 .',, sCe ttury (thid ) ........ ........ * .to}i California ...... ...... ........ 9 l)aly \Ve,.t ( id) ................ 51.6o liowers Ilhid) ............ .... . .areine (hid) ..... ......... ...0o7 Lower Man, motth ...... ........ .8 MammoI lh (bidl) ............... 1.4_ May It.y ..................... Ontario (aske 1) ...... ........ 9.0o I'ctro (bid) ........ . ... ...... .o Star (hid) ........ ............. .'7 Tetro (bid) ........ .......... . . 8 I'tsh (bid) ....... ....... ..... 56%4 I.netl Saln (bid) ............. .28 Victor (bid) ...... ............ .22 Yankee ...... . ............ ...55 lIen Butler .......... ......... .3 . . . .......................... 11.6o (; . " ..... ... ................ 6.to Martha \Washi.ngton ............. .. ''5 COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Special to Inter Mountain.) Boston, Mass., Sept. 4.-The copper mining shares closed today as follows: Amalgamated .- . . - - $ 68.50 Anaconda - - - - - - 27.00 Parrot - - - . - - - 26.50 Calumet & Hecla - . - - 535.00 Utah Con - - - - - - 21.50 Osceola - - - - - - 57.50 Shannon - - - - - - 9.50 NOW M,. BULL IS TAKING A TUMBLE HE IS JUST FINDING OUT THAT WE KNOW MORE THAN HE DOES ABOUT RAILROADING. [UY ASh(o(I'ATED Pi'kSS.) I.ondon, Sept. 4.-I11 an article pub. lished this morning, the Times attaches great importance to an article in its col umns contributed by an American rail road inagnate, who began his career in England, in which the workings of a rep resentative American and an English rail road are compared. The author of the ar ticle reaches the conclusion that the Brit ish methods in railroading and British policy are wasteful atnd have brought English railroads to the verge of insolv ency. In its editorial comment, the Times raises this question as one of deep im portance for the welfare of the country and asks whether there is not still timtne to seriously study the more economical American methods of railroading, with referenoe especially to freight and minera? traffic. As an example, the Times suggests the adoption of the big American Bogie cars. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4554. HIelena, Mont., August 29, 19o2. Notice is hereby given that Robeht Mc Bride and Jennie Adams, whose postoflice address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1255.3 linear feet, being 85 feet south westerly and 170.3 feet northeasternly from discovery shaft of the Six Thirty Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 25111 day of August, 19oz, situated in Summit Valley (unorganized) Mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6653, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest corner, a point in the north side line of Survey No. 6181, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone along side, and marked 1-6653, for Corner No. r, from which the northeast corner of Sec tion I7, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 28 degrees, 08 minutes and 40 seconds west 4761.5 feet, and running thence south .-4 degrees I) Illinutes cast 2.16 feet; thence north 70 degrees 20 min utes cast 733 feet; thence north 61 de grees 55 minutes cast 280 feet; thence north 18 degrees 21 minutes west 389 feet; thence south 70 degrees 22 minutes west 1234 feet; thence south 18 degrees 21 minutes east 325 feet to the place of beginininlg, containing an area of 11.79 acres, of which 5.20 acres are in conflict with Surveys No. 2834, 2835, 3043 and 4857, not claimed, leaving 6.59 acres claimed by the above namied applicants. Slie location of this claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "P" of .ode I.ocations, on Page 32. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 2834, Cook Lode, and Sur vey No. 2835, Fredericksburg Lode, on the north; Survey No. 3043, Black Chief f.ode, on the southeast; Survey No, 4857, Keokuk Lode, on the south; Survey No. 618z, Morning Star Lode, on the south west, and Survey No. 4943, East Golden Chief No. 2 Lode, on the west. FRANK D, MIRACLE, Register. Samuel Barker, Jr., Attorney for Appli cants. [First. publication, August 30, 1qo02,) Inter lountain Cent "WVants" A Word WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal so ciety notices, entertainmtsat notiacs, cards of thanks, so cents a line eack insertion. Help wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., is wo0i or lea, is cents; s6 words to so words, so cents; as to sS words, as cents. If discount for additional insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, plse prietary remedies, a cents a word each insertion; $a.oo per month per liny. HELP WANTED. TRILSTWORTiiy PIERSON IN EACIH county to manage business of old es tabllishcd house of solid financial stand ing. Straight bona fide weekly salary of $18 paid by check each Wednesday v. ith all expenses, direct from head. quarters. Money advanced for ex I'nses. Manager, 3a1 Caxton building, Chicago. WAl1'ThD-BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY. W\'anted-5 girls for general house work. WVanted--3 girls for dining room work, in and out of town. Wanted-s-oo men for Yellowstone Park. Wanted-lo men for Anaconda railroad work. Wanted-So laborers for railroad on Great Northern road. Wanted-Girl for Deer Lodge, getneral housework. Wanted-3 girls for general housework, $.5 per mouth; out of town. Wanted-4 hotel waitresses; out of town. Wanted-Gills for domestic work; out of town. Wanted-Girls for housework in city. Wanted-- quarrymen, wages $3 per day. so Ihours' work. Wanted-Girl for general housework. WVanted--Kitchen woman. Wanted--. girls for housework. Wanted--An experienced pumpmnn to handle sinker and stationary pump. Wantedl-4 good ranch men for general work. Apply City Employment Bureau. PERSONAL. ANYIlulI)Y I'l.EASE INFORM 'Till whereabonts of William Scotch to Wil liam AIbt, Fargo, N. I). FOR RENT. l.R)l( RENT-SPACE IN STORE AND Iart of window at 3.3 Vest P'ark. I U- RENT'"- IFURNISHli,'D ROOMS everything first clans; modern Improve ment,,; $So up. Hotel Oxford, South Main s.treet. 1'0k RENT-UI'I ON HL4.UCK, FUR nished rooms for light housekeeping; hot water; electric light; 4saV South Main street. FUR RENT--NICELY FURNISHED rooms, best location in city, excellent c,,fe in connection. sot West Granite street. BOARD. 142 W EST GRIANITE-ViIRST-CLASS table board; home cooking. HOUSEB. FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping; all modern improvements. 814 West Copper street. FOR RENT-4-ROOM COTTAGE, MOD ern; range, shades, etc., $.o. Curtis & Majors, 35 Granite. FOR RENT-NEW 3-ROOM HOUSE, with basement. Inquire so16 Michigan avenue, South Butte. FOR RENT--NICELY FURNISHED four-room fiat, with bath; centrally located. Address Box 716 Butte. IIOUSES AND CABINS FOR RENT IN exchange for labor. Tel. 7a7B. FOR RENT-4-ROOMED FLAT; MOD ern; steam heat. Inquire Hotel Ox ford. FOR RENT-THREE-ROOM IIOUSE, reasonable. ast South Arizona. REAL ESTATE. WE OFFER The largest list of real estate bargains in Butte. The greatest variety of houses to rent. The choicest store rooms and offices to sent. The safest insurance companies. WE ALWAYS Have a buyer if you are compelled to snake concession in order to sell. NO FIRM IN BUTTE Ilas more houses rented, negotiates more loans, has more money to loan or can give you better references. SLEMONS & BOOTH, Rooms 1, z and 3, Silver Bow block. West Granite Street, Butte. IF YOU WANT SNAPS, WE HAVE '1 HEM. Lots in Valley Addition, $Soo. Lots in C..elsea Addition, $Soo. Lots in Clark Addition, $350. Lots in Carte Blanche Addition, $s5o. Nice lot in Stevens Addition cheap. Two good lots on South Main street at prices that would surprise you. White's Addition, in the East Side, the best addition ever offered for the money. COBBAN, CASEY, DAY CO. 2o6 West Granite St. MUSICAL. RALPH JOHNSON, ASSISTANI VIO lin teacher of Otto A. Olsen, the cele brated voice and violin instructor; studio so North Montana strett. H. C. PAKSONS. STUDIO 315 DAKO tta street. Washburn, sRegal, Mandoliq, Guitar or Banjo. ' erm of 30 lessops given, $40. Hours: 5 to to o'clock evenings. CARPET CLEANING, W\EST SIDE ELEC. CARPET CLEANS ing Co., 130 W. Bdwy. Tel. 867 A. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED TO RENT-Four modern furnished housekeeping rooms by fam ily of three adults. D. W. T., Inter Mountain. DENTIST. J. A. D. FORSYTH, D. D. S., EXPERT dentist, 20 years' experience. All kinds of filling, crown and bridge work spe ciality; artificial plates at all prices; teeth extracted without pain. We are old established and reliable. Rooms, 7 and 8 Owsley block. Advertise Your Wants In The nlater Mlountai, FOR BALt. MINES FOR SALE OR LEASE-WE have a number of good prospects for sale or lease. Cobban, Casey, Day Co., so6 West Granite st. TOR SALE OR RENT-kLURNITURE in a s4-room roadhouse, cheap. See Bailey & Mink, s6 East Broadway. Law and Collection Department, sa FOUND. FOUND--A PAIR OF GOLD-RIMMED eyeglasses, owner can have same by calling at ass West Broadway and pay. ing for this ad. SURGICAL. II. Ii. HANSON, M. D., GENERAL operative surgeon. Offices 2$, a6, sy Sil ver Bow block. Telephone 4os. NOODLE PARLORS. MEIWAH NOODLE PAP.LOR:., M. porters fine teas, noodles. Chau, Sdle Mefwah Co., atr, corner Mercury, the alley. LIGHT MACHINE WORK. BUTTE NOVELTY WORKS, 17 NORTH Arizona street. W. F. Steward, Prop. PROFESSIONAL NURSE. MRS. C. E. CHAPMAN, THE PROFES sional nurse. so years experience, best of references. 78 West Silver street. ATTORNEY AT LAW. CARROLL DOLMAN, ATTORNEY AT Law, Room 3, Washington Block. F. D. LINGEN, ELTER, ATTORNEY. at Law, Suite i8, Silver Bow Block. 'iq ' b WAATO ~SU6GE1SS INTER. VANYýM r'ý WANT JOOo!Ab2 ASSAYER. FITZPATRICK & LEWIS, ASSAYERS. Successors to A. B. Rombauer, to8 North Wyoming street. 'Phone 659-B. P. O. Box, 114. JOHN R. BAPTY. ASSAYER, tr7 HAM ilton street, Butte, Montana. Mining Investors. lHere is your chance. I offer you for sale patented interest in Butte mines, worth in hands of a mining company ten times the amount: M interest in the Herbert; ,6interest in the Astic; ýi interest in the Valley; 5 interest in the Oro Phino; % interest in the Parnell; entire fraction in Oro Fino; % in Senator Edmunds for only $to,oon. Inquire of J. Chauvin, Butte Exchange Furniture company office, so West Broadway. COLLECTIONS. COLI.LECTIONS-TIIHE BURT MARSH law and Collection Department, 26 East Broadway. BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY t.uLI leat bad bills; try it isl North Main. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS, Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel. Dan Tewey, proprietor-5ce. The most abundant meal and best-cooked food for 25c. As much as you want of any and every dish, all for 2Sc. Try one of our dinners and be conqinced that it is the best on carth for the money. -SOUP Beef Broth. -BOILED Corn eaef and Cabbage. -ROAS I' P iLha eat of Beef, Brown Gravy. Leg of Mutton with Dressing. -ENTREES - Stewed Beef, New Potatoes. Boston Baked Pork and Beans. Pigs' Feet, Spanish. Minced Vcal 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 Stewcl Peaches. Special for 4 p. m.-Beefsteak, Spanish, Canned Salmon, Cold Meats. LEE'S PLACE, BUTTE'S STRICTLY first-class restaurant. 45 West Granite street. AMERICAN RESTAURANT, I 5 S. Main street. Single meals, 15 cents and ip; short orders. VM-lU I UUiMLt AM .. PACIFIC STUDIO, a3t SOUTH ARI zona street, Butte. First-class work at reasonable prices and prompt attention our motto. e DUSSEAU & THOMSON, PHOTOGRA 7 phers. First-class work guaranteed. 217-2i9 East Park street. Inter loumtain C nt "Wants" A Word TAILORS. S. GOLDSTEIN, THE UP-TO-DATE tallor, hu removed to 1t4 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 larI at and most thoroughly equipped utit in the city sad will give you heLt iee. Office is West Broad* way. Telephone, s3 ; postoffice box, 763. MEDICAL. MONTANA VIAVI COMPANY, 3as Goldberg block, Butte. We treat success fully disesses of women, catarrh, stom ach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths and massage treatment in connection. CLAIRVOYANTS, MADAM GUY, THE MOST NOTED medium in Butte. Circles on Sundays, Tuesdays and Friday evenings. Read ings daily, at 3a2 West Park street. ATTENs IUN I ATTENTION I - THE greatest living psychic clairvoyant tranoe medium and palmist. Dr. H. R. Ed Swards of Chicago guarantees to her vis itors satisfaction or no charge for read ing. All affairs of lite. If there is any thing yoy wish to know, any desire of your heart ungratified, consult this gifted woman, whose power has mystified the most skeptical. Locates mines, buried treasures, etc. Letters answered. All business strictly confidential. Highest testimonidls can be seen at office. Parlors, i and a. 50o West Park street. HAIRDRESSIf1G. MRS. BIRTHRIGHT, HAIRDRESSING, manicure, chiropodist. 114 W. B'dway. LOAN OFFICE. SIEGEL'$ LOAN OFFICE--8 E. PARK street. Mgney loaned on every article of value. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR DIA monds, watches, clothing, etc. 72 East Park. B. Epstein. MIDWIFE. HO..LE FOR LADIES-MRS. WAT mer, midwife, log Dakota st., Butte. FORTUNE TELLER AND CLAIRVOYANT. You should ee her at once and get your life read-past, present and future told. Madame Renno tells of lover 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, $x, for six days only. Circleu held on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evenings at Stephens block, 144 West Park street. :1··r - - - - - ----- ----- ' - I '-4 --~-- - -- - i-- -U -- - R --- r - Advertise Your Wants In The Inter Ilontaln OCULIST. DOCTOR T. A. GRIGO, Ek-. EAR, nose, throat and lungs. Prices moder ate. Terms cash. Spectacles, eye-glass. es and artidcial eyes in stock. 4t Hir bour building, 'phone 934-A. LADIES' TAILOR. SPIEGEL, THE ONLY LADIES' tailor in town. Work guaranteed, prices moderate. ass West Granite. STOVE REPAIRS. FOR ALL STOVES AN., RANGES, Scott, na6 East Park. Tel. ,&sM. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - LOW sates. Room a, r7 West Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN & Armitage Co. Hirbour block, N. EL cor ncr Main and Broadway, DANCING. LEFORD'S DANCING ACADEMY, 3ty Dakota; socials Tues., Thurs. and Sat. School, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. RENSHAW HALL - NEW MANAGE ment. Finest music in Butte. Smooth est floor for dancing. Lady and gentle men instructors. Lessons every night, commencing at 8:3o. Social every Mon day, Wednesday and Saturday nights, commencing at 9:oo. William E. Sielafl, proprietor. 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 EXCLUSIVE horseshoeing shop in Butte; fine hand made work speciality. a East Silver street. FURNITURE. NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS, all kinds, cheap. Sewing machines bought, sold, repaired. 235-237 E. Park. SECAND.HAND GOODS BOUGHT and sold: freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechsli, 42 W. B'dway storage. SCAVENGER. RELTAIBLE SCAVENGER, J. E. HULL. Satisfaction guaranteed; prompt ser vice. Butte, Monttana. NOTICE OF SALE. In the District Court of the Second Ju dicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow: In the Matter of the Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased: . Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of an order of sale made and en tered by the above entitle4 District Court on the 31st day of March, A. D. 9goa, in the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, the undersigned, the ad ministratrix of the said estate, will sell at public auction, subject to confirmation by said court, the following described real property, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth (%4) interest in and to the Nora lode claim, situated In Silver Bow County, Montana, and which is designated in the United States Land Qffice at Helena, Montana, as Lot No. Two Hundred and Eighteen (ut8), Township Three (3), north, Range Seven (7) west. Said sale will be made on Saturday, the Soth day of August, z9oa, at two (a) o'clock p. m. of said day, at the door of the Court House of the above entitled court on West Granite street, in said Silver Bow County, Montana. Terms of said sale are fa cash, ten per cent (to per cent) of the bid payaDle at the time ot the sale, and balance spen confirmation of said sale by ti.e court. ALICE ROACH, Administratrix of Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased. The foregoing sale is postponed until Saturday, September 6, g19o, at the tiam and place specified in the above notice. ALTCE ROACH, Administratrix of the Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased. ASSIGNEE SALE. Opportunity of your life. The Giard fine, selected stock of groceries, fixtures. dclivcry e:.**, c;;o:;!ctc. Cheap store rent. Ready to do business. At a bar gain. Inquire of J. ChAUVIN, Assignee, uo West Broad way.