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Today's Quotations: ([B ASSOCIATED PRESS.] New York, Sept. 6,.-The stocks opened rather quiet. Room traders showed little inclination to operate pending the publi cation of the bank statement and the movement in most of the prominent stocks was sluggish and uninteresting. Pressure against Sugar lowered it a point and affected the general list slightly, but prices moved up again when Brooklyn Transit gained IH and Missouri Pacific reached 12o.%. Reading made an abrupt decline of 2 shortly before it o'clock, and other leaders also became heavy. Gains of from z to a points were made in the Linseed stocks and Pacific Mall. Prices elsewhere were reactionary and the selling increased greatly on the publica tion of the bank statement which showed a larger cash loss than had been estimated. The closing was weak. New York Stocks. (Reported by Coe Commission Company.) New York, Sept. 6.-Opening and clos ing prices follow: Open. (lose. American Ice ........... I i i Amalgamated Copper .. .. 69 689$ American Cotton 04 ...... 5. 53J! Atchison, T. & S. F....... 95 95 Baltimore & Ohio ........ I:5s IIJ4 Brooklyn Rapid Aransit ... 69% 70o; Canadian Pacific .........4'/ r,4t1 4 Chesapeake & Ohio ....... 57 56Y Chicago & Alton .......... 42~j 43!!I Colorado Southern ... .... 3.% 33. i Colorado Fuel & Iron ...... 81% 8t Chicago Great Western .... 33j 3314 Delaware & Hudson .......tSo 18o Erie ....... ............. 4 4123' do. first preferred......... 96% 96j Illinois Central ............171'/. 17 Iowa Central .............. 49'/ 49', Louisville & Nashville ......1524 15i Leather .................. 144 % 3 Manhattan Consolidated .... 1I, . 11J74 M., St. P. & S. Ste. M...... 8o. 79h Metropolitan Traction ...... 148 148 Mexican National ........ 2.o .2!. Missouri, Kansas & Texas. . 33 33.k do preferel .... ......... 67.A 674; M issouri 'acific .... ..... ,loA I ,s1o New York Central ........ 65 1t' Norfolk & Western ....... 76() 76:1 Ontario & \'e(tern ....... 3,ji 36 Pennsylvania Railway ..... 1671 2(7 'eople's (;as .... ......... ,,) 11.. x Republ, lic Iron & Steel ...... .i .1,1 Reading .... .... ....... 7. s' 7.1 tdo st preferred ........ x. ' x8x . Rork Island ...... .......,..'. . .s Southern Railway .......... ,3) r' do. lrferr. d ............ ,,7. , Southern I 'a'ifi ...... ....... 7 St. Louis & Siltllli thstetrll... 8,1!i k.) Smcltcr ................... 15,i i ' Su ar i li tin ry ............I.. ). 1.:t St. Paul ...... ..............lng 1.s ,, Tclllnn1. ('Id. . & oIro ....... 711 7' 2 1lc n Pacl'(ic ......... ..... 5.1 ' 52. United States Steel ........ I !, .IrI do. ,referred ............ . ,,o? 9,,;1i Wabash .... ...............I ,% 3 6 do. preferred ...... ....... 5 49': W estern Union ............ o) 7K '~,14 . W isconsin C'ntral ......... .'9' =2")I do. preferred ............ 5/1; .iP4 Total sales, .1(,6, ,oI shares. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Special to Inter Mountain.) Boston, Mass., Sept. 6.-The copper mining shares closed today as follows: Amalgamated .. - - - - $ 68.67 Anaconda - - - - - - 27.00 Parrot - - - - - - - 26.50 Calumet & Hecla - - - - 540.00 Utah Con - - - - - - 21.50 Shannon - - - - - - 0.50 Osceola - - - - - - 57.00 What Helps Railroads. (Wheeling Intelligcncer.) Good crops or rather large crops help the railroads to make dividends, and this year the crops promise to aid them as much in making dividends as in the past five years. The encouragement for this is found in some measure in the reports of the department of agriculture, which computes that in 90oo the corn crop was a,1o5,oz.,5s6 bushels, of which 478,4r7, 2o0 bushels were shipped outside the counties in which it was raised. On this basis the consumption in the counties where raised-and this is practically on the farms where raised-was 1,626,685,314 bushels. The department makes the crop last year of ioo,ooo,ooo bushels less than this after doing the best it can to make its views coincide with toe census. When we turn to export figure we have definite information. The corn ex ported was only one-seventh as much as in the previous year. The decrease as compared with the year before-and that was far from being a record-breaking year-was ISo,ooo,ooo bushels. This would make about r8,75o boatloads, or, in round figures, 26o,ooo cars. Some of this was lost to water routes, but the greater part of it would have afforded long-haul freight to the railroads. COE COMMISSION COMPANY NII linpooaspor mo) CKpltal and Surplus $300,000.00. Gsn'l Offices Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Bought and sold for cash or on margins for future delivery. We own and operate the most extensive private wire system in the United States. We guarantee the execution of orders when limits are reached. Valuable book of statisticts free on ap plication. REPBRENCES: 56 Nat'l and State banks FUTTE OflICE, IllRBOUR BLD'O A. J. DARCli, Local Manager. Butte Hotel Stock Exchange Particular attention accorded orders in fractional lots of stocks and grain. We Handle Stocks on Margins of S.o00 Per Share. and upwards. All orders filled at moment they are received on our board. Telephone 5 18 C W. COCKRELL, Manager. THIS MAN IS RICHER THAM J. D. ROCKEFELLER A Diamond Miner of Whom the World Has Hal Little Knowledge. A Severe Teat. [Brooklyn Eagle.] N OW that Cecil Rhodes is dead, the richest millionaire in Europe, and perhaps in the world, is colning out from] under cover. Ilis name is scarcely known to the gen eral reader, and his remarkable person ality has been quite overshadowed by that of the Colossus, although he was far richer than Rhodes. Blut he will be in many respects Rhodes' successor, and the fierce light that beats upon a throne will soon make him one of the most talked about men of the time. Ilis name is Alfred Beit. Short and ugly as it is, that name could make an other wise worthless bit of paper into a check that might be used to shake Wall street and l.ombard street to their foundations. If lie keeps on at the rate of the last so years, the world will not have to wait much longer getting its first sight of a billionaire. This mysterious mnul-i-nillionaire was born in the same year, IR35, as the man into whose shoes lie is expected to step. Like Rhodes, he is a bachelor, alci for *he same reason that Rhodes and kitchener got the credit of being woman-haters because they were too murch englossed in their ambitions to have time to give at tention to domestic affairs. l.ike both of these men, too, he cares little for society, although there is a Iplen ty of exclusive peers who seem glad to accept an invitation to dine with hin at his beautiful house in Park Lane, and al though many a titled mamma is said to have tried to capture him for a son-in-law. l.ike Rhodes, again, he gave no indica tion in youth of being anything unusual. lie was born in Hlamburg, 4) years ago, coming of an old, solid Hebrew family, not vastly wealthy, but rich enough to give him a good education in the German schools and get him a good pIlace in a Iaitkinig house. Ilis luck began when he was 22 and wa~s drawnl to South Africa by new, of the di;llnlld discoveries. lie got there a little Ifore Cecil RhoIhle arrived thliere int the hoplle of keel'ilit out of thet' early grave toi whlich his phy.icianl had sutrrndert,l him. Ieit IitlSe iimoney as; a di;ut,.ond te;r cha:llt at Kitlltb lly u:tl invlle' ,l it ill dia iotni d t llnes, which broll lt ll ltg t I:t ll , lose tuitti with yo)'ull;; JhoIt, who Wa, lay inRg tIhel: fotlll atl ion of I:i !'h ' , tln e I,. his schIme for cm,, ,liIatinlg the i l ,u.,o11 ill tcrits ,l sheL" that pro,.ld a Ii . - goind to litil. In fa'1, 4l -it . , Isim , t , h IIve l Ith hode.' Ich . tl hellp r ill tilt" b.-ilner-, . l hl'i ibranti hed out i no t o olt" Ilnilll'.: Iiti nt "., becomini g ta pt; ll:eslt in th' lil ofr Jules l'rgt:es & (- o., predctst. one of the presel t tillll i Werner, Ii it A I' Co. w'hcn ,al was divr i the.o i Tr:ms an:tl ]:tit . ^,s oft the groutld loor again, alld with Its Johannesburg partner, ller lll lEcl,-t'in, llsoon becamell one of the grea't captains otf the South African gold iinu.lry. lie is credited with having tiantorn,'md South African gold mining frol a s,'cuilalion into Ia stealdy, well or galli/ie , conlservat;ivre busilltss. II. hal lilti wit to i import the highest lquttality of Ailrican iIml hiet'ry and to pay prodilgitous alt its Ilo such ituning cn giueers as John Illays Ilainn,,dtl, llennan Jenitigs 1tand Loui. Seytultllir to advise and superilntend thIis huge enterpris e, which before the war was puttintg out $90,tit,0uo worth of precious metal a year, and which, hesildes paying heavy taxes to Kruger, turned $2.o,llo,ooo a year of prolit over to its shareholders. The liit int sts rests ar not litmited, how ever, to Johannesburg and Kimberley. He helpedl to originate the IBritish South Africa company, and has huge interests in the chartered company, paying his share of the company's annual deficits with a steady confidence that showed his loy alty to Rhodes. beit is a director in the Rhodesia rail ways, limited, and was so much in sym pathy with Rhodes that he had a hand in the Jameson raid. Through his firms he controls companies having a nominal capital of $moo,ooo.ooo, and as most of the stock is listed at high premiums, it may be imagined how great is the influence he exercises. Like Rhodes again, he doesn't specu late, and the confidence in his judgment and financial integrity is so great that there is a whole swarm of little fellows with only to or ao millions apiece ready to put as much as he asks for into any scheme he has on hand. What manner of man is it who has a grip on more power over human fortunes than even the autocrat of all the Russias? He seems to be chiefly remarkable for negative qualities. He has none of the slap-dash devil-may-dare ways that dis tinguished Barney Barnato, none of the taste for bluffing that made Hoolcy cele brated, none of Rhodes' commanding in dividuality, no fads, no taste for ostenta tion, and no niggardliness. You could not find a better example of polished, courteous, reticent, wetl-bal. anced man of the world. A man who has dined occasionally in Beit's Park Lane house says lie is an ad mirable host; not effusive, certainly, but simple and cordial and genuine. Choice dinners are given there occa sionally, and high and mighty folks are often among the gts sts, but most of them have business connection with the host in one way or another, and women are rarely included. It is dramatic to picture a multi-million aire as working harder than any of his employes, and as being obliged to live like Rockefeller on crackers and milk provid nig one can't go to the other extreme and have him light his cigars with thousand dollar bills and have his pet poodle's tenth filled with gold, which last manifestation is a matter of record in the history of IIooley. But, unfortunately, this quiet, courteous little German Jew does not come up to any of these requirements. IHe does not even work hard nowadays and spends a good deal of his time riding, a recreation of which he is as fond as Sir Charles Dilke. Ile has succumbed to the fascination of golf, too, and although by no means a bon vivant, lie seems to get a good deal of quiet enjoyment out of life. The Charleys on View. (Chicago Record-Herald.) Mr. Schwab has been out automobiling in Paris with M. Charley. M. Charley is Mr. Schwab's 'Parisian attorney, and he is reported to be a wonder In his way: When M. iOharley and Charley M. dash down the Champs Elysees they must con stitute quite an exhibition of Charley boys, Inter Mountal 1 Cent "Wants" A Word WANT AD. RATES Funeral and death notices, fraternal ae clety notices, entertain atnt notices, cards of thanks, so cents a line each insertion. Help wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., :s wordk or les, is cents; :6 words to so wordd, so cents; at to a' words, aS cents. NO discount for additional insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, pro prietary remedies, a cents a word each insertion; $2.oo per month per lins. HELP WANTED. TRUSTWORTHY PERSON IN EACH county to manage business of old es tablished house of solid financial stand ing. Straight bona fide weekly salary of $18 paid by check each Wednesday with all expenses, direct fro.m head. quarters. Money advanced for ex-, penses. Manager, j3a Caxton building, Chicago. WANTED-BOYS. A. D. T. COMPANY. WANTIED-WOMEN TO DO SEWING and bindling on specialties, $4 per soo. Can make six and an hour. Material sent free prepaid. Send addressed re ply envelope for full particulars. Unt versal Co., Dept. d., Walnut street, P'hiladelphia, Pa. OUR I'I.AN FOR STARTING BEGIN ners in profitable Mail Order buasineas is remarkably successful. Some of those we started three months ago now re ceive zoo letters daily, and are making big money. You can do as well; send stamp for complete plan. Central Sup. Co., Kansas City, Mo. WANTEI)--AT ONCE BOY ABOUT 37 years of age; one who owns a horse. Must come well recommended. Inquire A. I.., Inter Mountain. WANT'I')-TEN WOOD CHOPPERS, $i.5o per cord. WANTEI) --TIEN BRIDGE CARPEN ters at ionlce. \VANT'I'E---TIIIRIEE'' SECTION IlANDS, good track. Men onil B., A. & P. R. R. Wages, $S.75. WANTEID-SIX TIEI MAKERS, PAY' sic for 7x7, 8 long, awed ends and 8c for (x7-8 lung, Iluardl $5.oo week. Job Ea.t till inext April. W\VAN'IT')--T'\VU I.AI)V (()(KS IN the city. WANTI;I)--TIIRE4I: GIRlR.S FORI (lEN oral housework. WV.\NTEI)---FIFTY MEN F1)I PICK anid Ishovel work; wages: $1.50o anii hoard, anil teaimstcrs $i.75 and boiard. \\.ANI I':I)- TEN TEAMST'ERS FOR railroad work. \V A N T I, )---F i 'T \ I.A,% , ,E R S F O R r:ilro:lad work. \VANTI'l)--FOL'RI IIO'TEI. WAIT trct'.s s Iout f) Itiwn WVANTEI)-'Tl'ENTiY EXPRI'IIENCEl) woodnin(, swanupers, log cutters, team sters; wages $4o.nn and board. Apply City Employment Ilurceat. PERSONAL. ANY\1il-Y I'l.EASE INFORM THI E whereloults of Willianm Scotch to Wil lami ANt, Fargo, N. I). J.AI 1:S USE - UIR IIAl(RMI.W"' remedllly for delayed or supprecssied periI ; it canino fail. Trial free. Paris C'hcnti cal ('Co., Milwaukee, W\Via. FOR RENT. I OR RENT-FURNISHIE.D ROOMS New Gay & Grady block. 7 West Me: cury; mlodern. Prices moderate. FOR RENT-SI'ACE IN STORE AND part of window at 133 W\c.t Park. FOR RENT- -FURNISHED ROOMS everything first class; modern improve ments; $So up. Hlotel Oxford, South Main street. FOR RENT-UPT'ION BLOCK, FUR nished rooms for light hous"keeping; hot water; electric light; 41Ja South Main street. FOR RENT-NICELY FLURNISHED rooms, best location In city, excellent cafe in connection. son West Granite street. FOR RIE..T--NICEI.Y FURNISHED outside rooms, at Miller block, 555 S. Main. FOR RENT-NEATLY FURNISHED rooms. 416 West Park street. FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR LIGIIT housekeeping. to North Washingtop; street. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHES rooms. 314 West Galena street. FOR RENT--IIOUSEKEEPING AND furnished rooms. Iss West Galena. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping. so South Mon tana. HOUSED. FOR RENT-ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping; all modern improvements. 814 West Copper street. FOR RENT-4-ROOM COTTAGE, MOD ern; rauge, shades, etc., $ao. Curtis & Majors, 35 Granite. FOR RENT-NEW 3-ROOM HOUSE, with basement. Inquire ior6 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. 727B. FOR RENT-4-ROOMED FLAT; MOD. ern; steam heat. Inquire Hotel Ox ford. FOR RENT-THREE-ROOM HOUSE, reasonable. asS South Ari.ona, FOR SALE-FURNITURE OF FOUR room, modern, desirable flat; fiat for rent. A. C. L., Inter Mountain. 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 tent. 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. SI.EMONS & BOOTH, Rooms I, a and 3, Silver Bow block. West Granite Street, Butte. Advertise Your Wants In The Inter 'losntala FOR 5At.l MINES FOR SALE OR LEASE-WE have a number of good prospects for sale or lease. Cobban, Casey, Day Co., zo6 West Granite st, .sFR SALE-FURNITURE OF THREE room house, cheap. House for rent. Enquire 2a4 South Montana. FOR SALE OR RENT-1 URNITURE in a 14-room roadhouse, Cheap. See Bailey & Mink, 26 East Broadway. Law and Collection Department, 2S FOR SALE. PASSMORE & CO..-TWO SPECIALS. 3-room frame on West Woolman street, $500oo.oo. 4-room brick, 6oo block, West Silver, s goo.oo. We have a complete list of properties for sale at all prices. PASSMORE & CO., " 2S West Granite Srteet. FOR RENT. New 4-room frame at siso West Park street, Sto.oo month. so-room, modern frame, corner Second and George streets, $aS.oo. 3-room brick, 5o0 Dakota street, $ts.oo. 6 new, modern 4-room flats, 36o East Mercury street, at $t6.oo, $s8.oo and Sao.oo month. Houses and stores in all parts of city. PASSMORE & CO., as West Granite. FOUND. FOUND--A PAIR OF GOLD-RIMMED eyeglasses, owner can have same by calling at saa West Broadway and pay. Ing for this ad. b"OR TeSY 1NTAN N' IfWANt J0 pp!ºT r r ASSAYER. FITZPATRICK & LEWIS, ASSAYERS. Successors to A. B. Rombauer, soS North Wyoming street. 'Phone 659-B. I'. 0. dox, 114. JOIHN R. BAPrY, ASSAYER, tIr HAM 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: M interest in the Herbert; 4interest in the Astie; N interest in the Valley; ' interest in the Oro Phino; y interest in the Parnell; entire fraction in Oro Fino; y, In Senator Edmunds for only $So,ooo. Inquire of J. Chauvin, Butte Exchange Furniture company office, so West Broadway. COLLECTIONS. BUTTB ADJUSTMENT COMPANY tCO4 Iects bad billel try it. "Is Norlh Maim COLLECTIONS-THE BURT MARSH Law and Collection Department, a6 East Broadway. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. The Southern Hotel 5sc DINNER 25c The SOUTHERN HOTEL gives yout the BEST MEAL and BEST COOKED food for 25 CENTS of any place in the city. You get as much of any and every dish offered on the bill of fare as you wish. OUR CUISINE is unexcelled. D n't forget the place and you will not forget the dinner. Come tomorrow and try one of our dinners. DAN TEWEY Proprietor LEE'S PLACE, BUTTE'S STRICTLY first-class restaurant. 45 West Granite street. AMERICAN RESTAURANT, sxz S. Main street. Single meals, I5 cents and up; short orders. IF YOU WANT SNAPS, WE HAVE 2HEM. Lots in Valley Addition, $zoo. Lots in C..elsea Addition, $zoo. Lots in Clark Addition, $350. Lots in Carte Blanche Addition, $2So. 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. so6 West Granite St. Inter loantain Cent "Wants" A Word TAILORS. S. GOLDSTEIN, THE UP-TO-DATE tailor, has removed to 1s4 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 s West Bread way. Telephone, 31 ; postofficc box, 763j MEDICAL. MONTANA VIAVI COMPANY, 312 Goldberg block, Butte. We treat success fully diseases of women, catarrh, stom ach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths and .lassage treatment in connection. CLAIRVOYANTS, MADAM GUY, THE MOST NOTED medium in Butte. Circles on Sundays, Tuesdays and Friday evenings. Read ings daily, at r3a West Park street. ATTEN a IUN I ATTENTION I - THE greatest living psychic clairvoyant trance medium and palmist. Dr. H. R. Ed wards of Chicago guarantees to her vis itors satisfaction or no charge for read ing. All affairs of line. If there is any thing you 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 testimonials can be seen at office. Parlors, I and a. Soa West Park street. HAIRDRESSI.N1G. MRS. BIRTHRIGHT, HAIRDRESSING, manicure, chiropodist. 114 W. B'dway. LOAN OFFICE. SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE-s8 E. PARK street. Money loaned on every article of value. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR DIA monds, watches, clothing, etc. 72 East Park. B. Epstein. MIDWIFE. HO.,aE FOR LADIES-MRS. WAT mer, midwife, top Dakota st., Butte. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. $zo INVESTED RETURNED A NET profit of $48.75. If interested in specu lation, send for "Conservative Trad ing." Reliable Information Co., 409 Bennett building, New York. For Sale-Cigar and confectionery (sales per day $1a.oo) for $25o.oo. For Sale-Restaurant; good trade; no rent; including building $5oo.oo. 20-room lodging house, clearing $za5.oo month for $z,6oo. SURGICAL. H. H. HANSON, M. D., GENERAL operative surgeon. Offices a5, a6, 27 Sil ver Bow block. Telephone 402. NOODLE PARLORS. MEIWAH NOODLE PARLOR:', IM porters fine teas, noodles. Chau, Saie Melwah Co., 59p, corner Mercury, the alley. PROFESSIONAL NURSE. MRS. C. E. CHAPMAN, THE PROFES sional nurse. ao years experience, best of references. 78 West Silver street. ATTORNEY AT LAW. CARROLL DOLMAN, ATTORNEY AT Law, Room 3, Washington Block. F. D. LINGEN'rELTER, ATTORNEY. at Law, Suite it, Silver Bow Block. MUSICAL. RALPH JOHNSON, ASSISTANI VIO. lin teacher of Otto A. Olsen, the cele brated voice and violin instructor; studio so North Montana strett. AWASHBURN OR REGAL MANDOLIN guitar or banjo and a term of 3o les sons for $40 at Paxson's Studio, 315 Dakota street. Hours 5 to so evenings. 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, o20 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 Owslel block. Advertise Your Wants In The Inter lountain GYMNASIUM. PHYSICAL CULTURE CLASSES Butte Gymnasium, 343 East Park street. Ladies' class, afternoons. Gentlemen's class, evenings. Competent Instructors in all the latest physical culture methods. LADIES' BASKET BALL TEAMS are now forming. Ladies wishing to form new teams will please apply for practice hour soon as possible, as time is about taken for afternoon practice. BATHS-We have refitted our bath de partment and will have both gentlemen and lady attendants skilled in Turkish, Russian and medicated baths, massage, etc. Private instructions to individuals or private class given special attention. PMU I UeUaM'r, tMte. PACIFIC STUDIO, ear SOUTH ARI zona street, Butte. First-class work at reasonable prices and prompt attention our motto. DUSSEAU & THOMSON, PHOTOGRA phers. First-class work guaranteed. sat-a39 East Park street. BOARD. 142 WEST GRANITE-FIRST-CLASS table board; home cooking. OCULIST. DOCTOR T. A. GRIGG, E - EAR, nose, throat and lungs. Prices moder ate. Terms cash. Spectacles, eye-glass es and artiiclal eyes in stock. 4t Hir bour building, 'phone 934-A. LADIES' TAILOR. SPIEGEL, THE ONLY LADIES' tailor in town. Work guaranteed, prices moderate. zis West Granite. STOVE REPAIRS. FOR ALL STOVES AiN. RANGES, Scott, az6 East Park. Tel. c,dsM. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS--MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - I OW sates. Ronn, a, 27 Wert Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN -- JACKMAN & Armitage Co., Hirhour block, N. E. cor ner Main and Broadway. CAG.4:T CLEANING, WEST SIDE EL.EC. CAR'PET CLEAN iug Co., 130 W. Iltdwy. Tel. 867 A. LIGHT MACHINE WORK. BUT'TE NOVE'lTY' WORKS, i7 NOR'II Arizona street. \V. F. Steward. Prop. DANCING. LEFORD'S DANCING ACADEMY, 317 D)akota; socials Tuct., Thurs. and Sat. School, Monda;y, Wednesday and Friday. RENSIIAW HIIAI. - NE MANAGE ment. Finest music in Butte. Smooth est floor for dancing. Lady and gentle men instructors. Lessons every night, commencing at 8:30. Social every Mon day, Wednesday and Saturday nights, commencing at 9:oo. William E. Sielaff, proprietor. 100 WATCHES. WE HAVE PUi-CrIASED FOR SPOT cash, at large discount. We will sell them lower than manufacturer's price. Rubenstein & Co., jew:lers, 73 E. Park. BLACKSMITHS. J, A. ROSS, ONLY EXCLUSIVE horseshoeing shop in Butte; fine hand made work speciality. i s East Silver street. FURNiTJ)R,. NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS, all kinds, chap. Sewing machines bought, sold, repaired. 235-237 E. Park. SECAND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT and sold; freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechsll, 42 W. B'dway storage. 6-room house for rent, furnished, Oechsl, 42 West Broadway. SCAVENGER. RELIABLE SCAVENGER, J. E. HULL. Satisfaction guaranteed; prompt ser vice. Butte, Montana. PALMIST. MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER; readings, Soc. 214 South Idaho. 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. Circles held on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evenings at Stephens block, 144 West Park street, NOTIC- TO CREDFlORS.--T - Estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at No. 9 East Granite street, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transac tion of the business of said estate, in the county of Silver Bow, state of Montana, JOSEPH P. COLLINS, Administrator of the Estate of Lawrence Manning, Deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this aoth day of May, loos. aCURES h s; nasrl 4lts 51 d7l. oens.rs, or srlu insmrnt. now. t qa rritation or Clcore Cin el samsllsl. toi of Wuoos morn. -TBIEVEAtNEVIOAL esbret,. -No-astrtlnsen. .S.A.T or sent in tlnul .t Balsam of Copa reba, Cubebs or Inectilons and ru CURE IN 48 HOURS IlJY tho same diseases with. out inconvenience. ,Snail baliDu t .