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WALLSTRE[T STOCKS
Today's Quotations:
[BY ASSOCIArTE PREiiS.
liew York, Sept. 5.-lThe market showed
but little trace at the opening of yester
day's selling movement. A buoyant rise
of 3± in St. I'aul infused courage into the
bulls and they bid up the entire market well
above yesterday's close. Ine market re
ceived a chill when call money rates
reached 8 per cent. There was not very
much selling on this account, but the mar
ket lacked its recent snap.
Ltonds were steauy.
Room traders offered stocKS down in
expectation of an unfavorable bank state
ment tomorrow and a number of prominent
stocks fell below yesterday's closing.
Spgar lost a point, selling extra divi
dends. The specialties supplanted the
railroad stocks as bull leaders during the
early afternoon, a rise of nearly 3 points in
Peoplc's Gas causing a better demand for
stocks of this class. Railroad stocks were
higher all round, but uid not recover the
best forenoon prices.
Buying to cover shorts caused a gradual
hardening in prices and there was an
active demand for some of the low-priced
specialties. The soft coal stocks made
good recoveries and the market generally
sold above yesterday's final jrtces. United
States 1t.xpress dropped 5 points. The
close was moderately active and firm.
New York Stocks.
(Reported by Coo Commission Co.)
American Ice ............. . 2 ta
do preferred ........... 4t) 42
Amalgamated Copper ...... 69 68i
American Cotton Oil ...... 54 54
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 943i 95/
do preferred ............0o4 1 2,05
Baltimore & Ohio ......... r4.. 115V
Brooklyn Rapid Transit .... 694 69'/
Canadian Pacific ..........141 24t t
C., C., C. & St. I.......... toOV uo6
Chesapeake & Ohio ....... 56% 561
Chicago & Alton .......... 42~4 42z4
Colorado Southern ........ 33t 330
Col. F. & I. . ........... 8o 81i
Chicago Great Western .... 34: 33S
Delaware & lludson ........ z8o,4 18o
Erie ............ ....... 42 42
do first preferred ........ 70% 70o.
Great Northern preferred .. 2uo¼ 2r0 2
Illinois Central .... ....... 7 17t ,1
iowa Central .... ........ 412 / 4t 5.
Louisville & Nashville ..... 152; 15 '
Leather ................ . .t23 2t4s
do preferred ...... ..... 4. I 41
Mdanhattan Consolidated .... .;8!: 38i
ht.. St. P'. & S. Ste Marie .. 8o 7,J
lMetropolitan Traction ..... 48 .48 ti
Mex.ican Central .......... 1.,'i 2',~i
Mtsxican National .... .... . l2 -u:4
li.,ouri. Kantsas & Texas.. 3. .33
do preferred ..... ...... 67 67'.i
7lii ,uri Pacific .... ......118 . i 1t
New York Central ........ 651~j 165
N'orf,.lk & \We\ tern ... .... 7o.i 76.1
Northwestern .... .... ... 2 9 $ 239 !i
OUitatsio & \\ccs rn ........ 35)4 .t6(
'ennit,)l Ivaniat liatlway .. ..107'4 167!s
I'eI ,le's (; s .. .... . .. .. .. 10 7 !14 to9u+i
Republic Iron & Steel...... t ii 22
Reading .......... ... 73..7 731/
do 'st preferred .... .... 89,¾ 89',
Rock Island ..... ...........j 193
Sout hertn Railw ay .... .... 38% 39
do preferred ...... .... 961 96;t
Southern l'a itic ...... ... 78)' 79!
St. lo.uis & Sant Francisco.. 79, 79!
Sm elter ...... ........... 45 1. 455t
Su star Refinery .... ...... 1 2' 129/A
St. Paul .... ............ 188 t 9o0 .
T . C. & I. ................ 7O ~' 73
Texas l'acitic .... .......... 5.1 53
Twiln City H. T. 'o........ rz7 a27 /
Unio. 'Pacitic ............. l u!/, to7 i
U. S. Steel ................ 411M 4131
d , preferred ............ oo, f. o)
'al, aslh ...... .. ....... 357l .16,i
do preferred ............ 49A 50oi,
'esterIn Union .... ...... 94 4 955.4
WVisconsin Central ........ .oi4 291/1
do preferred .......... 55!. 55V
Money, 3!/ per cent.
Total sales, $86,ooo.
Bailt Lake Stocks.
(Reported by the Coe Commission Co.)
Salt Lake, Sept. 5.-Following are to
day's stock quotations:
'Ajax ........................$ .314
Con. Mlcrcur .......... ........ :.ua
Carin a (bid) ........ .......... .22
Century ...... ........ ...... r.rS
California .... .... .......... .o30
Daly West ....................... 52.25
Bowers .... ........ .......... . 02
Lareine (bid) ..............o07
Lower Mammoth (bid) ........ .8. y
Mammoth (asked) ...... ...... .5o
May Day .......... .......... .23
Ontario (bid) .................. 8.5o
Petro (bid) ...... ............ .to
Star (bid) .... .............. . r7
Tehro (bid) ........ .......... . 18%
U tah (bid) ........ ........... .53
Uncle Sam ................... .29
Yankee (bid) ............ ..... 55
Ben Butler (bid) ............. . . f2
B3ullion (bid) ........ ........ 3.20
D . J. ...... ................ 11.75
G. ('. ....... ............ 6..o7
Sacto (bid) .......... ........ .27
a :sh ........ ...... . . 2.70
COE COMMISSIO
COMPAULY Is
(INOOJRPORAToD)
Caplt at and Surplhs $300,000.00.
Cen'l Offices Bank of Commerce Bldg.,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Stocks, Bonds,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Itought and sold for cash or on margins for
future delivery. Weownl antl clra;tethe
must extensive private wire h'ysllm in the
UnTlited States.
We guarantee the execution rf orders
when limits are reached.
Valuable tabk of statisticts free on ap
plicatian.
RI- FE.llNCES: 56 Nat'l and State banks
E T11 OgfFICE, lIRB1O41R BLD'0
A. J. DARCH, Local Manager.
Butte lotel Stock Exchange
I'articular attention accorded orders inl
fractional lots of stocks and grain.
We Handle Stockson Margins of $1.oo
Per Share.
and ouptsards. All orders filled at moment
they are received on our board.
Telephone 518
C. W. COCKRELL, Manager.
Letter List. ,
Letters advertised at Butte, Mont., for
the week ending August 28th, 19oa:
Archibald, Mrs. Jas. Martin, J. II.
Andrews, B. A. Murphy, Mamie.
Anderson, Mrs. John Murphy, Annie.
Anderson, Jensinc. Murphy, M. B.
Adler, Isaac. Murphy, M. J.
lBarth, Winm. Murphy, Morris.
Buchanan, A. Markkauen, Axcl.
Blcaudin, Charles. Ma lIw, Albert. ,
Barry, Ed. Mahoney, Chas.
Ilillou, IA. Morgan, David.
Itailford, Miss Ella. Morgan, Edward.
Ilurnham, F. G. Michael, Fred.
lturritt, Fred C. M Iner, Mrs. F. C.
Blevis, Frank l.ea. sl-II)a s vpfiawggggf
Bush, (George V. Matthias, Henry.
Itrowin, (George. Murray, John.
Brink, lernman Van Mill: , John S.
Brady, II. Miler, James P.
Brewer, Harry D. Mah,,ney, John J.
IBoyle, Kate. Mark, J. II.
Black, Jas. Mouahan, Mike.
Ilernitt, J. C. a Mo an, Michael.
Barry, James. Murry, Molly.
Ilaxter, I.. I.. a Mears, Mrs. prrale.
Brown, Mrs. M. E. Mcahan, Miss Rosa.
Islaser, Mrs. Allie. Moore, Thomas.
llrown, IPat. Mo aity, . S.
llrogan, Patrick. Mann, W. S.
Ilargette, Roa. Madden, Wm. C.
lloyd, Samuel I.. Moore, W. It.
Brown, Thomas. Marrinan, W. J.
Bird, Thomas. McAuliffe, Mrs. Etta
Ilurns, W. B. McCormick, Mrs. M.
11. & M. I. II. No. t McGlenn, John.
Cox, Arthur EI. McGee, Miss A. M.
Campbell, Bertha R. McGrath, Mr.
Cady, Chas. McKinnon, C.
Carpenter, Mrs. C. McLaughlin, Mark.
Crum, Mrs. C. W. MacMillan, Jane J.
Coyle, Edward. McMalean, Jennie.
Cole, Frank G. 3 McNally, Arthur.
Cheasty, G. C. Newell, Frank S.
Cunningham, H. R. Nola.n, Mrs. J.
Curd, Mrs. II. F. a NagIe, John.
Carter, Jim. Nagle, Jerry.
Cole, John 2. Neil, Mrs. M.
Connor, James. Nolan, T. J.
Collius, Mrs. Jno. Nevin, Chas.
Charles, Mrs. Moud. Nadna, Armorel.
Curit, Mrs. R. A. Owen, A.
Couray, K. J. O'Neill, Dennis.
Curkran, Sophia. Ovashamin, Erik.
(unningham, Willn. O'Neill, J. ''T.
('oyle, Win. A. Adman, 1..
(',,so,,l'ted C(,l. Co. 8 O'Rlourke, Miss lM.
I orsett, (se',. A. Adam, Walter.
Dlingle, A. O)'rien, V,'
David, Mrs. C. ()O'Rc,.urke, WVn.
lair'l, (C. O'Neill, Mr.
I Daily, Fdward. I'ade, Ivan.
I.W\itt, F. I. Palpe, Mrs. L.aura.
IDo)mini, t4ev. Fathe, I'robasco, Mrs. 11. R.
)arragn, John. 'Powers, Nichols.
Iis Jrdan. louise I'mlnsner, Mrs. Eva
Dickinson, Matthew Pierce, Mrs. (eo.
D)avs, Nat J., Jr. Pierce, Mrs. Julia.
I'arnall. Mrs. IPrude. P'oolcey, Richard II.
l.arly, J. (. .. 1'etersen, Anson P.
Faulcouer, Mrs;. A () larker, Mr.
Fitizgerald, Elizalbeth. Rhodeslt, Harry M.
Francesco, lFurfaro. Reed, Albert.
Fogarty, John. Raymond, A.
Furlsnan, J. L. Rosila, Bertha.
Farleigh, Mrs. J. M'. Richards, Mrs. E.
Fritz, Joe R. Rogers, Illen.
IFarrll, James W. Radlilchl, Miss EII.
IFilan, I'aul. ItRooney, F. F.
"ard. Wmii. Reeves, George.
Fries. N. T. Richards, John.
Gillroy, Mrs. Clara. Ragar, John.
Grut;na;wal,l, Arthur. Rogers, Mrs. Jin.
Guin, Mrs. (". \V. Rosegrant, Mrs. L.
Gallagher, Teague. Rig(g,, Mrs. IM.
(.;ration, Jules. Rces, William.
(;leason, Larry. R14, Star Shoe Co.
G;reene, Maurice. Ryan. T. F.
(.uy, Mrs. Mary. Stephens, (;eo.
Graves, Miss Mattie. Sullivan, Mrs. A.
G;ifn, Mrs. M. A. Sullivan, Jerry II.
(ilboy, Michael. Sullivan, T. il.
Grawling, N. 1I. Sullivan, Jerry.
Griftilh, R. A. Smith, (;eo. P.
Ilarnes, Dan. Smith, T1. P.
Hackett, Ed. Smith, James.
Hlarrington, Retna. Steele. Mrs. A. J.
Houck, Bert L. Shaffer, A. 1H.
Hirt, M, Starworth, Emanuel.
Hirschman, Cart. Sanderson, G. T.
HIorn, Mrs. Emma. Street, G. C.
Hooper, Miss E. J Sumers, H. M.
IHeinzy, IF. IU. Springer, Mrs. H. J.
Hardy, Gladys. Smitheram, J. G.
Hendricks, II. D. Seline, Le..
Hanna, Ira. Stult, Mrs. Lottie.
Harsburgle. James. Eimsaon, l.cttie.
Hughes, Miss 1.. A. Sutherland, Maud.
Heckler, Sigle. Steele, Mary.
Happy Club. Shields, Mrs. M. W.
.ewitt, Mrs. C. I. Shepherd, May.
Johnston, Miss Emt. Skolysk, Met.
Joy, Mrs. Eva May. Scherman, Otto.
Jack, Mrs. Emma. Sheeran, Pat.
James, Mrs. H. Sheenan, T. H.
Jackle, Millie. Sparkman, W. B.
Johnson, Mrs. W. Schmidt, William.
ohnson, nMartin. Star Mining Co.
Kelly, James. T'aylor, Al. J.
Kelly, Mrs. Dan. Temple, G. P.
Kelly, J. J. Thompson, George.
Knser, Albert. cker, o. T.
Kn erid, Mrs. Annie. Thurston, hazel a.
Kmkaid, Mrs. )Annie. 'oan, Mrs. Cath.
Ki rshuer, E. 1). Takkonen, Matti.
Killfcatler, Mrs. Ed. Thomas, Thomas.
Kitto, II.
Kerr, James. Thompson, Mrs. Win.
1Cet ad rua. Vivian, Harry.
Kirth and Kruna. Varina, Mose.
Karatofaley, I. Vawkersberghl, E. 2
l.umpkin, John Vim. Wright, H. B. 4
l.couard, Bert. Wills, Albert.
l.arson, Andrew. Wilson. C. H.
.ahman, Ed. Walktr, Mrs. D.
l.asnbrecht, Jacob. Woolery, Eugene 4.
l.awis, John. WVyman. Frank.
latta, J. W. White, Mrs. (;co.
I.lemer, .ottie. Weber, Joe.
L.,Roy', Mrs. M. M. \W*de, J. F.
.ubich,, Matt. Wilson, Mrs. R. S.
Iogan, R. C. White, Sarah.
l.onmis, Mrs. S. C. \Vade,. S. M.
Kudldy. \Wm. T. Williams. T. M.
l.unden, P. WValsh, \Vm. H.
Lawrrnce Fmlp. Co. Welch. Mr.
Murry, loward. Vech. Miss Hanna.
Moran. A. H. Zimnterran, F.
'Thir, and fourth class matter.
Brewer. lHarry T). Miller, Mrs. F.
Callwell. Dlavid. Vehu. Marit.
Morley, Ed.
(;FORGE W. ERW\IN, P. M.
ASSIGNE SALE.
Opportunity of your life. The Giard
fine, selected stock of groceries, fixtures,
, ".'e.y" t- ~, ý lct.... Cheap store
rent. Ready to do business. At a bar
gain. Irquire of
J. CIAUVIN, Assignee, so West Broad
way.
Doings in the Nursery.
Lima, Peru, Sept. 5.-The cabinet has
appointed as the government's delegate to
the electoral board Senor Domingo Olare
goya, a wealt..y Peruvian, who is not tied
to any political party. It is hoped that a
basis of harmony will be reached.
Inter Mountain Cent
"Wants" A Word
WANT AD. RATES.
Funeral and death notices, fraternal so.
ciety notices, entertainmeat notlcd ,
cards of thanks, so cents a line each
insertion.
Help wanted, situations wanted, hquses
and rooms, real estate, etc., iSl ords
or les, iS cents; t6 words to so wprds,
so cents; as to 5S words, as cents. NM
discount for additional insertions.
Personals, fortune telling, palmists, pro
prietary remedies, a cents a word esac
insertion; $2.oo per month per lina. .
HELP WANTED.
'TRUSTWOI(THY PERSON IN EACW
county to manage business of old a
tablished house of solid financial stand
ing. Straight bona fide weekly salary
of $s8 paid by check each Wednesids
with all expenses, direct fro.n bead
qltarters. Money advanced for at
penses. Manager, 3a3 Caxton iuildi~.
Chicago. _ _:
WA. TED-BOYS. A. D. T. CO P
WANTED-TEN WOOD CHOPPE.S,
$1.So per cord.
WANTED-TEN BRIDGE CARPEN
ters at once.
WANTED-THREE SECTION HANDS,
good track. Men on B., A. & P. R. R
Wages, $s.75.
WANTED-SIX TIE MAKERS, PAY
Sic for ya7, 8 long, awed ends and Be
for 6x7-8 long. Board $S.oo week.
Job last till next April.
WANTED-TWO LADY COOKS IN
the city.
WANTED-THREE GIRLS FOR GEN
eral housework.
WVANTED-FIFTY MEN FOR PICK
and shovel work; wages $r.So and
board, and teamsters $r.75 and board.
WANTEDI-TEN TEAMSTERS FOR
railroad work.
WANTED--FIFTY LABORERS FOR
railroad work.
\VANTEI)-FOUIR HOTEL WAIT
tresses out of town.
WANTEI)--TWENTY EXPERIENCED
woodmaen, swampers, log cutters, team
sters; wages $40.00 and lxard. I
Apply City Employment Bureau.
PERSONAL.
ANYIHOI)Y PI.EASE INlORM " TlHE
whereabouts of WVilliam Scotch to Wit
liam Aht, Fargo, N. I).
FOR RENT.
J.()R RI,"NTr---FURNISHIED ROOMS-
New Gay & Grady block, 7 West Me-
cutry; mdern. 'Priccs moderate.
J(OR RI:NT''--SPAC('E IN STORE AND
part of wimlow at iJJ West Park.
FOR RIEN I --FURNISHIi.D ROOMS
everything first class; modern Improvo
ments; $1o up. Hotel Oxford, South
Main street.
IoR RI'N'f--U 'ION 1nL.OCK, FUR
nished rooms for light housekeeping:
hot water; electric light; 4a2z South
Maint street.
FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHE)
rooms, bect location in city, excellenS
:afe in. connection. Sot West Granite
street.
BOARD.
42,z EST GRANITE-FIRST-CLASS
table board; home cooking.
HOUSED.
FOR) RENT-ROOMS FOR LIGHT
housekeeping; all modern improvements.
814 West Copper street.
FOR R:NT--4-ROOM COTTAGE, MOD
ern; range, shades, etc., $2o. Curtis &
Majors, 35 Granite.
FOR RENT-NEW 3-ROOM HOUSE,
with basement. Inquire zoi6 Michigan
avenue, South Butte.
FOR l ENT.- NICELY FURNISHED.
four-room hlat, with both; centiall
located. Address Box 716 Butte.
HOUSES 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. atS South Aritons.
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
lent.
The safest insurance- companies.
WE ALWAYS
Have a buyer if you are compelled to
make concession in order to sell.
NO FIRM IN BUTTE
Has more houses rented, negotiates
more loans, has more money to loan or
can give you better references.
SLEMONS & BOOTH,
Rooms t, a and 3, Silver Bow block.
West Granite Street, Butte.
IF YOU WANT SNAPS, WE HAVE
't lIEM.
I.ots in Valley Addition, $Soo.
Lots in C.elsea Addition, $too.
Lots in Clark Addition, $350.
I.ots in Carte Blanche Addition, $250.
Nice lot in Stevens Addition cheap.
Two good lots on South Main streei at
prices that would surprise you.
White's Addition, in the East Side, thy
best addition ever offered for the
money.
COBBAN, CASEY, DAY CO.
io6 West Granite St.
MUSICAL,
RALPH JOHNSON, ASSISTAN'I VIO
lin teacher of Otto A. Olsen, the ele
brated voice and violin instructor;
studio so North Montana streett
If. C. PAKSONS. STUDiO 3L5 DAKO
'ta street. Washburn, Regal, Manddlin,
Guitar or Banjo. serm of 30 lesions
given, $40. Hours: 5 to so o'clock
evenings.'
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED TO RENT-Four modern
furnished housekeeping rooms by fam
ily of three adults. D. W. T., Inter
Mountain.
DE'nIiST.
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 Inter elonutaln
FOR SAtLt
MINES FOR SALE OR LEASE-WE
have a number of good prospects for
sale or lease. Cobben, Casey, Day Co.,
to6 West Granite st.
FOR SALE-FURNITURE OF THREE
room house, cheap. House for rent.
Enquire sa4 South Montana.
FOR SALE OR RENT-IBUJRNITURE
in a 14-room roadhouse, cheap. See
Bailey & Mink, a6 East Broadway.
Law and Collection Department, a6
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
H. H. HANSON, M. D., GENERAL
operative surgeon. Offices as 26, a7 Sil
ver Bow block Telephone 4os.
NOODLE PAmRLOR
MEIWAH NOODLE PARLOR., IM.
portm s A m team aoedles. Chst, Sak.
Metwah Co., sa", corner Marsery, the
alley.
PROFESSIONAL NURSE.
MRS. C . CHAPMAN, THE PROIES
slonal mrse. so years experience, best
of references. 78 West Silver sreet.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CARROLL DOLMAN, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Room 3, Washington Block.
F. D. LINGEN'rELTER, ATTORNEY
at Law. Suite ,8, Silver Bow Block
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ASSAYER.
FITZPATRICK & LEWIS, ASSAYERS.
Successors to A. B. Rambauer, so8
North Wyoming street. 'Phone 659-B.
P. O. dox, 114.
JOHN R. BAPrY, ASSAYER, s, HAAM
ilton street, Butte,. Montana.
Mining investors.
Here is your chance. I offer you for
sale patented interest in Butte mines,
worth in hands of a mining company ten
times the amount:
% interest in the Herbert; 'interest
in the Astic; i interest ire the Valley;
' interest in the Oro Phino; % interest
in the Parnell; entire fraction in Ore
Fine; 'A it Senator Edmunds for only
$to,ooo. Inquire of J. .Chauvis,: Butte
Exchange Furniture company office, a*
West Broadway.
COLLECTIONS.
COLLECTIONS-THE BURT MARSH
Law and Collection Department, a6
East Broadway.
BUTTE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY :JL.
lects bad hills; tr it its North Maina.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel.
Dan Tewey, proprietor-a5c. The most
abundant meal and best-cooked food for
asc. As much as you want of any and
every dish, all for a5c. Try one of our
dinners and be convrinced that it is the
best on earth for the money.
-SOUP
Beef Broth.
-BOILED
Corn Deef and Cabbage.
-ROAS -
Pzimua eat of Beef, Brown Gravy.
Leg of Mutton with Dressing.
-ENTREES -
nStewed 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.
LEE'S PLACE, BUTTE'S STRICTLY
first-class restaurant. 45 West Granite
street.
AMERICAN RESTAURANT, is5 S.
Main street. Single meals, t5 cents
and up; short orders.
MPU I UM.HM.'MIH:.
PACIFIC STUDIO, a21 SOUTH ARI
zona street, Butte. First-class work at
reasonable prices and prompt attention
our motto.
DUSSEAU & THOMSON, PHOTOGRA
phers. First-class work guaranteed,
2a7-as9 East Park street.
Inter Mountain Cent
"Wants" A Word
TAILORS.
S. GOLDSTEIN, THE UP-TO-DATF,
tailor, has remored to a:4 South
Main, witbh 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 outt in the city and will ghu
you best service. OMe is West Br.a-4
way. Telephone, a ; poetoce hbox, 763.
MEDICAL
MONTANA VIAVI COMPANY, 31s
Goldberg block, Btte. We treat success
fully diseases of women, catarrb, stom.
ach and bowel troubles. Vapor beths
and massage treatment in connection.
CLAIRVOYAN TS.
MADAM GUY, THE MOST NOTED
medhm i. utte. Circles on Sudays,
Tuesdays and PFiday evsalgs. Read
pgs daily, at rya West Park stret.
ATTEN, ION I ATTENTION I - TRE
greatest living psyckic clairvoyant tranae
medium and palmist. Dr. IH.L Ed
wards of Chicago guarantees to her vis
itos satisfaction or no charge for read
l. All affairs of tle. If there is any
thil yoa wish to know, ay desire of
your heart nratl e, commat this gifted
woman, whose power has mystlied the
most skepticaL Loestes manes, buried
treasures, etc. Letters answered. All
business strictly confdential. Highest
testimonials can be seen at office.
Parlors, s and a. SOs West Park street.
HAIRDRESSING.
MRS. BIRTHRIGHT, HAIRDRE.SSING,
manicure, chiropodist. Is4 W. B'dway.
LOAN OFFICE.
SIEGEL'S LOAN OPFICE--a E. PARK
street. Moey loaned on every article of
value.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR DIA
mends, watehes, clothing. etc. 7y East
Park. B. Epstein.
MIDWIFE.
IHOME FOR LADIES-MRS, WAT
mer, midwife, rso Dakota st., Butte.
FORTUNE TELLER
AND CLAIRVOYANT.
You should see her at ones and get
your life read-past, present and futuse
told. Madame Reamo tells of love, mar
riage, divorce, reunites the separated,
makes the sorrowlng heart glad; all about
work, trouble, changes, journeys and loca
ing mines; every kind of business.
Readings. $i, for six days only. Circles
held on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
evenings at Stephena block, 144 West Park
street.
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Advertise Your Wants
In The Inter Ilonaldis
OCULIST.
DOCTOR T. A. GRIGG, E-9-. EARU
nose, throat ad lungs. Prices modu
ate. Terms cash. Spectacles, eye-glns
es and artificial eyes in stock. 4s it
bour building, 'phone 934-A.
LADIES' TAILOR.
SPIEGEL, THE ONLY LADLES'
tailor in town. Work guaranteed,
prices moderate. zis West Granitp.
STOVE REPAIRS.
FOR ALL STOVES AN. RANG S,
Scott, as1 East Park. Tel. ,.SsM.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT $ PER
cent; no delays. Mali BrotIhers 48 st
Broadway. Butte. Montana.
LOANS ON FURNITURE - LOW.
sates. loom S. pr West Broadway.
SMONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN i
Armitase Co. Hirbour bleak-, N . oe
ar Main aud Broadway,
CARPET CLEANING.
WEST SIDE ELEC. CARPET CLEAN.
iag Co., s3o.W. Bdwy. Tel. I67 A.
LIGHT MACHINE WORK.
BUTTE NOVELTY WORKS, sy NO.I
Arizona street. W. F. Steward, Prop.
DANCING.
ýLEFORD'S DANCING ACADEMY, 3i0
Dakota; socials Tues., Thurs. and Sa.
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 nigbts,
commencing at 9:oo. William E. Sicafl,
proprietor.
100 WATCHES.
WE HAVE PURCAIASED FOR SPOT
cash, at large discount. We wilt sell
them lower than manufacturer's price.
Rubenstein & Co., jewders, 73 E. Park.
BLACKSMITHS.
J. A. ROSS, ONLY EXCLUSIVE
horseshoeing shop in Butte; fine hand
made work spcciality. ii East Slver
street.
FURNITUIRE.
NEW AND SECOND-IIAND GOODS,
all kinds, ct-ap. Sewiog 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.
RELIABLE SCAVENGER, J. E. HULL.
Satisfaction guaranteed; prompt ser
vice. Butte, Montana.
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 Jeremniah
Roach, deceased:
Notice is hereby given that in p rstt
ance of an order of sase made and en
tered by the above entitled District Court
on the 3rst day of March, A. D. rgos, In
the matter of the estate of Jereniah
Roach, deceased, the undersigned, the ad
minis-tratrix of the said estate, will sel
at public auction, subject to confirmation
by said court, the following described real
property, to-wit:
An undivided one-fourth (¼) interet
in and to the Nora lode claim, situated in
Silver Bow County, Montana, and which
is designated in the United States .and
Ofice at Helena, Muntana, as Lot No. Two
Hundred and Eighteen (as8), Township
Three (3). north, Range Seven (7) west.
Said sale will be mae- on Saturday, f.e
-oth d y of August, tges, at two (a)
o'clock p. a. of said day, at the door of
the Court House of the above entitled court
on West Granite street in said Silver Bow
Ccmmaa, Montana.
Terms, of said sale are far cash, tit per
gent fro per cent) of the bid payan e at
the time u the sate, and balance upon
confrmation of said sale by tie court
ALrCE ROACHi
Administratrix of Estate of Jeremiah
Roach, deceased.
The foregoing sale is postponed until
Saturday, September 6, taoo, at the time
and place specified in the above notice.
ALICE ROACH,
Administratrix of the Estate of Jeremiah
Roach, deceased.

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