WALL STREET STOCKS
New York Stock Markets.
[IY ASSOCIATED PRES.]
New York, Sept. 25.-Lead, quiet at
4yc. Copper weak at $1t.o0t 1.70.
Prices did not return to the lowest of
the first hour, and M.issouri Pacific, St.
Paul and a few other leaders were sup
Before noon prices were on the mend.
The mnovemcnt was fitful and irregular
and the volume of dealings much dimin
ished from yesterday.
ollnds were weak at noon.
The dull, hardening tendh ncy continued
with a few exceptions, and the whole list
recovered to or above last iight's level.
Union Pacific got a point above the Ir'
ferred r1 , Baltimore . Ohio IN and St.
Paul preferred 21. The calling of loans
and forced liquidation were checked, but
the supply of funds for new speculative
buying remained very scanty.
The buying movement increased in
volume coincidentally with a sharp fall
in sterling exchange rates. Earlier losses
were all turned into gains, seaching a
point or over in various hading stocks,
including St. Paul, Southern l'acilic, Colo
rado Fuel, Rock ,eland and New York
The market hardened up to the tlme
of the publication of Secretary Shaw's
statement, and then paused and turnel
backwards. The reaction ran to a point
in Southern Pacific, Missouri Pacific,
Manhattan and Colorado Ftul. The mar
ket steadied again. The closing was mlud
erately active and firm.
New York Stocks.
(Reported by Coe Commission Co.) at
New York, Sept. 25.-Stocks closed at
noon today as follows: ca
American Ice ............. .*I rK th
Amalgamated Copper ....... 655 65'. / d.
Anaconda AMining Company. 104 I0o4¼i
American Cotton Oil ....... 5o 50 do
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 91 9"1"y(
ldo. preferred ...........oti toao i~,
Baltimore & ()hio..........ito s ioT
Irooklyn Rapid Transit .... 641 644
Can:ada Southern .......... 86 864
Canadian Pacific ..........139 13934
C., C., C. & St. louis.......r o374 103
Continental Tobacco Co.....12Isa I= .; -
Chesapeake & Ohio......... 5174 52'i
Chicago & Alton........... 39 3')
Colorado Southern .......... 31!:. 32. ar
Colorado Fuel & Iron....... 794!; 8n' th
Chicago Great Western..... 3114 31' of
Co,s,,lidated (;as ..... ....21) 22)) tit
Delaware & lludson ........175!i 176 ar
Eric ...... .............. 39 3'5 so
do, st lpreferred ......... 68 .; 685, co
Great Northern preferred .. 115 195
Hocking Valley Railway .... o4 96 th
Illinois Central ...........1.52~14 153)4 na
Iowa Central ...... ....... 46 46
•Kansas City Southern ...... 35 3i4 .
Louisville & Nashville .....148' 149'I4i
Lead ...... .. ....... 27 28.4
Leather ......... ........ " 1?41 .4 4
Manhattan Consolidated .... 137 136,
M.. St. P. & S. Ste. M...... 76i 77
Metropolitan Traction ...... 42.4 141 ) II
Mexican Central .... ...... 2z6 261)
Mexican National ......... 191j 95
Misvouri, Kansas & Texas.. 31!- 3- Ii
do preferred ...... .... 62% 64
M issouri P]acific ..........115 s 15.s
North American .... ....... 27 12_
New York (' ntral.........15774 :60
Norfolk & Western ....... 7- 73!¼4
Northwestern .... ..........234 234 11
Ontario & Western ....... 34 34~4 ,
I'ennsylvanlia .... .... ...16314 164'. tl
People's Gas ...... ......10t.11 t:o 1.. o
Republic Iron & Steel ..... 211t: 21..4 1
Reading ....... .. ...... 68'. 6744 t
Rock Island .... .... ....199 200
Southern Railway ........ 3814 38i
do preferred .... ...... 96 96
Southern Pacific .... ..... 7514 76'i C
St. Iouis & San Francisco.. 797. 80
Snumter .... .............. 45 46
Sugar Refinery ............127 :27.4
St. P'aul ....................I(, 193¼
Tennessee Coal & Iron..... 65li 66
Texas Pacific .............. 47iµ 47/'
Twin City Rapid Transit Co.2233 124
Union Pacific .............107 10731 I
Unite) States Steel....... 40 40o!
do. preferrcl ............ 89 89'5
Wahash .......... ........ 344 34 1
do. preferred ........... So 5 .34
W estcrnl Union l ............ 931.4 9331
'W isconsin 'Central ......... 28 28?/,
do. preferred ............ 5334 5343
Money, 5 per cent.
Total !ales, 829,000 shares.
Salt Lake Stocks.
(Reported by Coe Commission Company.)
Salt l.ake. Sept. 25.-Noon call follows:
Ajax ................... $ .37
Consolidated Mercur .... ...... 2.0344
C arisa, (bid ) ...... ...... .... .. .1)i
Century ............ ......... 1..o
California .... ....... ........ .433
D aly \VW est ........ ............ 50.05
]low ers ...... ........ ........ .01. .
L aReine .... ...... .......... .07
Iower Manmmoth ...... ........ '.-8
MIllacm oth, bid) ...... ........ 1.50
M ay )ay, Ibid) ...... ......... .22. 1
Ontario, (asked) ...... ........ 9.oo0
Petro .... ....... .......... .It
Star. (bid) ...... ........... .. . o34
T etro, (bid) ........ .......... . ,9
U tah. (bidl .......... ......... .55
U ncle Sant ...... ............. .26
Victor ..... . ........ .... ...... .215
Yankee .................... ...60o
Grand Central ...... .......... 5.60
Martha Washington .... ........ .04.
Wabash ..................... 2.50
Ben lButler, (bid) .............. .13
D . J., (bid) ........ .......... 11.50
Sac to, (Iid) ........ .......... .24 .
COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS
(Reported by Coo Commission Co.)
Boston, Mass., Sept. 25.-The cop
per mimng shares closed today as
Amalgamated - - - - - $ 65.50
Anaconda - - - - - - 26.00
Parrot - - - - - - 29.50
Calumet & Hecla - - - 560.00
Tamarack - - - - - - 174.00
Osceola - - - - - - 69.00
Utah Con - - - - - - 21.75
Shannon - - - -- - - 9.25
LAURIER THINKS THEY
CAN TAKE OUR TRADE
Canadian Premier Said to Believe That
His People Can Undersell Us
in Italian Ports.
(351..4 oL3yaossy .au]
Rome, Sept. zs.-Much comment is
hear q faic.;LSatl .Sir Wilfrid
Laurler, premier of Canada, after having
manifested his intention to come to some
agreement with the Italian government on
two questions-that of the Italians emi
grating to Catal;da, alnti tie importation of
foreign goods into Italy-went away Sun
day after a private audience with the pope,
seeing none of the Italian authorities.
From the studies Sir Wilfrid has made,
it appears to be his intention to compete
with the United States in the Italian mar
kct, as there are products which Canada
can offer at cheaper rates than they are
now imported from the United States.
J. W. Isham Dead.
U'tica, N. Y., Sept. 25.-Johln W.
Ishaml, a well known theatrical man, who
had toured American and Europe, is dead
at a sanitariunm t \\lVhitestotne, I. I. lHe
was born in lUtica ..6 years ago.
ORDIl:R 'r( SIIOW\ CAUSE WHY SALI
OF REAl, ESTATE SHOULD
NUT LIE MADE.
In the District Court of the Second Ju
dicial District of the State of Montana,
in and for Silver Bow County.
I't the matter of the estate of Thomas
Martila Sephton, th. executrix of the
estate of Thomas Sepl,ton, deceased, hav
ing fil,-d her petition herein, duly verified,
praying for an order of sale of a certain
part of the real cstate of the said de
Lot 4 in block to of the Kemper addi
tion to the City of Butte, Montana, for the
purposes in said petition set forth, and
it appearing to the court a proper ease,
It is ordered by the said court that
all persons interested in the estate of
said deceased appear before the said dis
trict court on Tuesday morning, the 7th
day of October, o902, at to o'clock a. m.,
at the court room of department No. 3
of said court, in Butte, Montana, to show
cause, if a:ly there be, why an order should
not be granted to the said executrix to sell
the said described real estate of the said
deceased at private sale.
It is ordered that a copy of this or
der be published at least four (4) suc
cessive weeks prior to the said hearing
in the Inter Mountain, a newspaper print
ed and pullished in llutte, Montana.
Dated, September 8Ith, too2.
JOHN II. McCLERNAN,
Att-st A true copy.
f.nywhere to Everywhere.
To anybody and everybody going from
aeywhere in the West to everywhere in
the East or South, The Rio Grande Lines
offer every inducement and accommoda
tion for a most delightftul trip. It is the
artist's and tourist's route to all that is
sublhittest and grandest in scenery on the
You make no mistake when you choose
the Rio Gran;de for your next trip. The
name is synonymous of the very best.
Write for rates to where you desire to go,
also a copy of "Tourists' liand Book."
G. \V. FITZGERADI.I,
General Agent, Ilutte, Montana.
.,--TICE OF IIHEARING PETITION TO
In the District Court of the Secontd Ju
dicial District of the State of Montana,
int and for the (Coiuty of silver lHow.
In the ,Matter of the Application of the
lIeaverhead Meat Company, for tilte Dis
solution of the Corporation:
Notice Is hereby given that tihe directors
of the' Iteaverhead Meat Company have
filt l int curt their petition for the disso
lution of said corporation, and that the
said petition will he heard on Monday,
the 20th clay of October, 1902, at the hour
of to o'clock a. im., in )epartment 3 of the
District (oturt of Silver Iow county, Mo'i
Vitncss my hand atnd the seal of said
court, this 16th day of September, 0oo2.
SAMUEI. M. ROBIIERT'S,
Clerk of the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of tile State of Mon
tana, ill and for the County of Silver
By J. T. DAVIE.S,
[Seal.] D)eputy Clerk.
NOTICE OF SALE.
In the District Court of the Secon. Ju.
dicial District of the State of Montana,
in and for the County of Silver hlow:
In the Matter of the Estate of Jeremiah
Notice is hereby given that in pursu.
ance of an order of sa!e made and en
tered by the above entitled District Court
on the 31st day of March, A. D. 190o, in
the matt:r of the estate of Jeremiah
Roach, deceased, the undersigned, the ad
siinist-atrix of the said estate, will sell
at public auction, sublect to confirmation
by said court, the following described real
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
Office at Helena, Montana, as Lot No. Two
Hundlcd and Eighteen (218), Township
Three (.t), north, Range Seven (7) west.
Said sale will be made on Saturday, the
,loth day of August, 1902, 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
Terms of said sale are far cash, ten per
cent (to per cent) of the bid payaole at
the time ot the sale, and balance upon
confirmation of said, sale by ti.e court.
Administratrix of Estate of Jeremiah
The foregoing sale is postponed until
Saturday, September 2o, 1902, at the time
and place specified in the above notice.
Admoinistratrix of the Estate of Jeremiah
Capital and Surplus $300,000.00.
Gen'I Offices Bank of Commerce Bldg.,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Bought and sold for cash orpa margins for
future delivery. Weuow and operate the
most extensive private wire system in the
E We ruarantee the execution of orders
when llmlts are reached.
It Valuable book of statlsticts free on ap.
REFPRENCES: 56 Nat'l and State banks
I L1T OrFICt, lMIBOOIR BtD' i
is /. J. DIARCH, Local Manoger,
later Mountain 1 Cet
"Wants" A Word
WANT AD. RATES.
Funeral and death notices, fraternal so
ciety notices, enteriainm ntt notices,
cards of thanks, to cents a line each
Help wanted, situations wanted, houses
and rooms, real estate, etc., is words
or les, iS cents; 16 words to so words,
so cents; 9t to z5 words, zS cents. No
discount for additional insertions.
Personals, fortune telling, palmists, pd-.'
prietary remedies, 2 cents a word each
insertion; $a.oo per month per line.
WA^:TED-BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY.
WANTED-ANY PERSON WHO WILL
distribute circulars for $3.oo daily should
address Standard, 4 Wells, Chicago.
WANTED-A WOMAN DISIIWASH.
er for out of town.
WANTED-TWO GIRLS FOR DOMES
tic work, out of town.
WANTED-TEN BRIDGE CARPEN.
ters at once.
WANTED-SIX TIE MAKERS, PAY
sic for 7x7, 8 long, awed ends and 8e
for 6x7-8 long. Board $s.oo week.
Job last till next April.
WANTED-THREE GIRLS FOR GEN
WANTED-FIFTY MEN FOR PICK
and shovel work; wages $S.So and
board, and teamsters $1.75 and board.
WANTED-FIFTY LABORERS FOR
woodmen, swampers, log cutters, team
sters; wages $40.00 and board.
Wanted-Man cook at once.
Wanted-Girls for general housework,
also for kitchen work.
Apply City Employment Bureau.
FOR RENT-A LARGE. PIEASANT
front room, nicely furnished, modern;
rent reasonable. No. 411 West Quartz.
FOR RENT-FURNISIIED ROOMS,
single or en suite, with first-class board.
No. 18 East Copper street.
FOR RE.NT'-FURNISIIIED ROOMS
at the Mission, 222 So. Main, $t.as a
week. Rooms for batching $g a week.
TO RENT-4-ROOM COTTAGE.
Range, heaters, shades, carpet, etc.,
$2o.oo. Curtis & Majors, 35 Granite.
FOR RENT- FURNISHED ROOMS
everything first class; modern improve.
ments; $to up. hotel Oxford, South
FOR RENT-UP'ION BLOCK, FUR
nished rooms for light housekeeping;
hot water; electric light; 413a South
FOR RIE..T--NICELY FUINISHED
outside rooms, at Miller block, 55z S.
FOR RENT-TWO VACANT ROOMS.
modern. Apply to G. E. Daily, with M.
J. Con, nll Co.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS, St:
\Vest Park street.
FOR RENT-NEATI.Y FURNISHED
rooms, with all modern conveniences;
good location. No. to7 East Broadway.
FOR RENT-FOUR NEWLY FURNISH
edl rooms, good location close to the
mllin1s, Inquire I ol Talbot avenue.
FOR(H RENT-FURNISIII.A) ROOMS,
single or en suite, 112 \V. Broadway.
IFOR RI1N'.'---IIOUSEIKEEPING ROOMS,
modern conveniences, $23.00. 222 We)t
FOR RENT-FURNISHED HOUSE.
FI:OR RENT-ClHEAP TO RIGHT PAR
ty for the winter, a seven-rooms and
hall, modern brick. house, furnished . r
unfurnished. Inquire P. O. Box 306.
I.OST--GOLD STICK PIN, SMALL
diamond setting, between Sutton's
Broadway and Mountain View church;
finder return same 222 VWest Broadway
and receive reward.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS,
all kinds, ch.ap. Sewing machines
bought, sold, repaired. 235-237 E. Park.
WE MUST HAVE FURNITURE AND
we pay highest prices. Felchmore &
Co., 219 E. Park.
InU I uurn.WM KI1.
PACIFIC STUuIO, 2az SOUTH ARI
zona street, Butte. First-class work at
reasonable prices and prompt attention
DUSSEAU & THOMSON, PHIOTOGRA
phers. First-class work guaranteed.
217-219 East Park street.
SECOND HAND GOODS BOUG[IT
and sold; freight paid to neighbo Aug
towns. Oechsli, 42 W. B'dway sto' Age,
A WASHBURN OR REGAL MANDOLIN,
guitar or banjo and a term of 30 lesfonl
for $40 at Parson's Studio, 315 Dakota
street. Hours, 5 to xo, evenings.
J. A. ROSS, ONLY EXCLUSIVE
horseshoeing shop in Butte; fine hans
made work speciality. II East Silvee'
SCAVENGER WORK PROMPTLY'
attended to. 4o01 E. Mercury.
Advertise Your Wants
In The Inter flountain
ern; steam heat. Inquire Hotel Ox
WANTED-A 3 OR 4-ROOM MODERN
house, furnished, on West Side. Ad
dress C, care Inter Mountain.
SEE MME. ROBINSON FOR MAS
querade costumes, masks, wigs, etc.
Order from o5s West Granite street,
Butte. Professor Robinson, dancing
instructor at Auditorium.
MONEY TO LOAN.
LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER
cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 East
Brnadvay, Butte. Montana.
LOANS ON FURNITURE - LOW
rates. Room s, p7 West Broadway.
MONEY TO LOAN - JACKMAN 1
Armitage Co., Hirbour bock, N. E. cois
ner Main and Broadway.
CA IET CLEANING.
WEST SIDE ELEC. CARPET CLEAN
ing Co., 130 W. Bdwy. Tel. 867 A.
LIGHT MACHINE WORK.
BUTTE NOVELTY WORKS, s7 NORTH
Arizona street. W. F. Steward, Prop.
I . II. NSO, . D., GN " L
operative surgeon. Offices 25, a6, a7 Sil
ver Bow block. Telephone 4o0.
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.
IBUT'TE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY U.U,,
Iects bad bilUs try it, ass Nortb Main.
COLLECTIONS-THE BURT MARSH
Law and Collection Department, s6
* 6u~o. 8pa
JOSEPH MIKOSOWETS, TAILOR,
has moved across the street to t3o%
CARl, HANSON., MERCHANT
tailor, cleaning and repairing a spe
cialty. I6% Academy street, Butte.
I.AI)IES' SUITS, $ro.oo UP; GOODS
furnished; underwear made to order;
pressing and cleaning. zto West Granite
BIG 4 TAILORING CO., NO. 4 SOUTH
Wyoming street. Times are hard, money
scarce. Be careful how you spend it.
See us first before you buy. Our prices
are the lowest, workmanship the best.
\\'WE ARE NOW I.OCAiED AT tas
West Broadway. Our work is first-class.
Our prices right. Give us a call. M. A.
FRENCH STEAM DYE AND CLEAN
ing Works; all kinds of lawn, silk, par
ty dresses ; gent's clothing cleaned. G.
lichon, 23 East Quartz street. 'Phone
BUTTE CITY DYE WORKS, NO. 16 N.
Wyoming street. Steam cleaning, dye
ing, repairing, etc. Suits to .order, $i5
THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS
the largest and most thoroughly
equipped outfit in the city and will .ive
you best service. Office as West BroPd
way. Telephone, 231 ; postoffice box, 76;;.
WE HAVE PURCHASED FOR SPOT
cash, at large discount. We will sell
'them lower than manufacturer's price.
Rubenstein & Co., jewelers, 73 E. Park.
LEFORD'S DANCING ACADEMY, 317
Dakota; socials Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
School, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
PROF. AKER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING
and culture, Main, corner Park. Lessons
(lday and night.
REiNS1IAW 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. Slelaft,
* MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD READER;
readings, Soc. z14 South Idaho.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
L CARROLL DO(.LMAN, ATTORNEY AT
Law, Room 3. Washington block.
F. D. LINGENrEL'ER, ATTORNEY
at Law, Suite Is, Silver Bow Block.
FOR SALE OR RENT-bL RNITURE
in a 14-room roadhouse, cheap. See
- Bailey & Mink, e6 East Broadway.
Law and Collection Department, a5
FOR ALL STOVES rN RANGES,
Scott, as6 East Park Tel. .s5M.
SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE-s8 E. PARK
street. Money loear.ed on every article of
Inter Mountaina Coat
"Wants" A Word
Quick. Well just watch our smoke.
The last advertised bargains were picked
up within three days. The bed-room suit
went, the cash register, the two fine special
desks, one Davenport, besides soo others.
Saves you 3j 1-3, 40 and so per cent and
good as new.
Here are some more:
a $iso fire proof safe, only $65.oo.
a six-foot $55 directors' table, $3o.oo.
I $3o-roll top desk, good as new, $S8.
Ranges cost $45, $55 and $65, only $15,
$18, Sao and $as.
s double oven $t to ranges down to $45.
1oo couches in good condition, $3, $4.5o,
$s and $6. Get that much comfort in a
a $85 organs only $as.
o50 bureaus at $5, $6, $7.50 and $io.
so wardrobes at $5 up to $So.
r,ooo other bargains, impossible to men
tion them all. One almost new $35o
piano, just half.
Buy, sell, pack, ship and storage.
BUTTE EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO.,
so West Broadway. Manager.
MONTANA VIAVI COMPANY, 2as
Goldberg block, Butte. We treat success
fully diseases of women, catarrh, stom
ach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths
and uassage treatment in connection.
HOTELS AND RE8TAURANTS.
The Southern Hotel
25c DINNER 25c
The SOUTHERN HOTEL gives you
the BEST MEAL and BEST COOKED
food for as 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.
Don't forget the place and you will not
forget the dinner. Come tomorrow and
try one of our dinners.
lHE YORK CAFE, UNDER NEW
management. Open day and night. Five
private dining-rooms. Prices reason
able. Larson & Rhinehart, proprietors,
No. 54 East Broadway.
SIGNS OF 000D LUCK
L irrr 4
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4567.
United States Land Office,
Helena, Montana, September 23, 1go2.
Notice is hereby given that D. Gay
Stivers, whose postoffice address is Butte,
Montana, has this day filed his application
for a patent of 136.14 acres of the Lulu
Placer Mining Claim, upon which a notice
of intention to apply for a patent was
posted on the z8th day of September, e902,
situated in (unorganized) mining district,
Silver Bow county, state of Montana,
designated as Survey No. 6670, in Town
ships I and 2 south of Range 9 west, being
more particularly described as follows, to
Beginning at the southwest corner,
which is also Corners No. I of Surveys No.
6328 and 6331, a pine post set in the
ground, with a mound of earth around it,
and marked 1-667o for Corner No. i, from
which the north corner of Sections 4 and
5, Township a south, Range 9 west, bears
north 53 degrees 18 minutes east, 732.3
feet, and running thence south 88 degrees
33 minutes east, 3222 feet; thence north
no degrees 30 minutes west, 2035 feet;
thence north 82 degrees 29 minutes west,
2134.5 feet; thence south to degrees 43
minutes west, 1033 feet; thence north 87
degrees 54 minutes west, 764 feet; thence
south 6 degrees west, 1252 feet to the
place of beginning, containing an area of
136.14 acres claimed by the above named
applicant, of which 129.62 acres are in
conflict with Survey Nos. 6328, 6329 and
The location of this claim is of record
in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow
county, state of Montana, in Book E of
placer locations on Page 162.
The adjoining claims to these premises
are Survey No. 6331, Maiden Rock placer
on the southwest, and Northern Pacific
land grant covering the east half of Sec
tion 33, Township I south, Range 9 west,
on the east.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
SAMUEL BARKER, JR.,
Attorney for Applicant.
(First publication, September 25, 1902.)
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4559,
U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana,
September 12, 1902.
Notice is hereby given, that Frank H.
Miles, whose postoffice address is Fee
leys, Silver Bow county, Montana, has
this day filed an application for a patent
for the Queen M ry and Youno Placer
mining claims situated In unorganized
mining district Si er Bow county, Mon.
tana, the position, course antd extent of
the said mining ciafrn designated by an
official survey there6f, as Survey Nos.
6604 and 6648, TownBhip No. i N., Range
No. 9 W., a notice of which was posted
on the claim on the 29th day of August,
1902, and being more particularly set
forth and described in the otffcial field
notes and plat thereof on file In this
office, as follows, to-wit:
Survey No. 6604, the QOicen Mary
Advertise Your Wants
In The Inter. Ilontaln
Beginning at the northeast corner, a
granite stone, 8xaixS6 inches set 1s
inches deep, marked 1-6,6o4 for Corner
No. z, with mound of earth alongside,
from which the southwest corner to sec
tion 4, Fractional Township z north,
Range 9 west, bears south 71 degrees
28 minutes east Io3o feet, and running
thence south 60 degrees as minutes
west 1,399 feet to Corner No. a; thene
south 5 degrees sa minutes east 369
feet to Corner No. 3; thence north 71
degrees 23 mihutes east 1,36o feet to
Corner No. 4; thence north so degrees
5 minutes weat 632 feet to Corner No.
I and place of beginning, containing an
area of 15.18 acres as claimed by the
above named applicant for patent.
Survey No. 6648, Youno pllccr.
Beginning at the southeast corner, a
granite boulder in place, 6x6x8 tect above
ground marked 1-6648 for Corner No.
z, from whence the southwest corner to
Section 4, Fractional Township 1 north,
Range 9 west, bears south £4 degrees
55 minutes west 545 feet, and running
thence north a degrees 45 minutes west
567 feet to Corner No. a; thence south
54 degreer, 34 minutes west 1332 feet to
Corner No. 3; thence south to degrees
5 minutes east 632 feet to Corner No. 4;
thence north 50o degrees 46 minutes east
1,299 feet to Corner No. z and place of
beginning, containing an area of xs.S6
acres as claimed Ly the above named ap
The location of these mines is recorded
in the oflice of tne recorder of Silver
Bow county, on sages 5 and 7 in Book
E of Quartz Lode,.
The only adjoining claim is on thi
west of Survey No. 6604, the Dixie Land
tlacer, Survey No. 5617, Eugerne Carroll,
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
JOS. H. HARPER,
U. S. Claim Agent.
(First publication September 15, z9oa.)
COUNTY CON7ENTION OF THE RE
PUBLICAN PARTY OF SILVER
The following call has been iisued for
a county convention of the republican par
ty of Silver Bow county:
Pursuant to the order of the county cen
tral committee of Silver Bow county,
Mont., the county convention of the re
publican party in Silver Bow county is
hereby called to meet at the Auditorium
in the city of Butte,. on the 25th day of
August, 1902, at the hour of io o'clock
a. m., for the purpose of selecting 60o
delegates and 60o alternate delegates to
represent Silel le ow county at the state
republican convention to be held in the
city of Great Falls on the -7th day of Sep
Also for the purpose of nominating can
didatcs for the several county oflices of
Silver Bow county, Montana, as follows:
One State Senator.
Twelve Melbers of the Legislative As,
One County Treasurer.
One County Assessor.
One County Attorney.
One County Clerk.
One County Auditor.
One County Coroner.
One Public Administratl r.
One County Sot veyr.
One Superintvndel.t of S;cho.is.
Two Justiccs of the I'cace for each
Two Constables for each! To'nship.
Caucuses for the purpose of n.tminating
delegates and alternate d l rleg:aes to be
voted for at the primary elections will be
held in the several precincts at the places
hereinafter designated on the 22d day of
September, at the hour of ?:Jo o'cloc'
Primary elections in the eeveral pre
cincts will be held between the !hours of
5 and 8 o'clock p. In. on the 23rd day of
September, 1902, for the purpose of select
ing delegates and alternate delegater, to
said county convention.
The several precincts will l.old cau
cuses and primaries and will bc entitled
to the number of delegates to sraid coun*j
convention as hereinafter set foith.
No. Precincts. No. Del.
.--John Pariso's house, Malin st..... 4
a.-John Marsland's office........... a
3.-City hall, \Valkerille........... a
4.-128 North Main, Centerville...... 4
.--Sons St. George hall............ 5
6.-703 North Montana.............. a
7.-Arthur Thomas' store........... a
8.-Fire Station. Excelsior street.... 4
9.-John Osborne's house..........
io.-l aity's assay ofice .............. 5
II.- Courthouse ..................... 5
12.-Silver Lake hot-el ............. 4
13.-No. 241 East (ranite ..........
14.-741 East l'ark. Ilick Hawkins.... 4
I5.-Hlacksmith shop, corner Broadway
and Arizona .. .......3...
16.-Tribune Review ofiice........... 5
t7.-Water company's office.......... 7
18.--529 West roadway ............ 3
19.-346 East Park........... .. 6
20.-37 East Calena, Edward Levy ... 6
2I.-Ptmp station, waterworks....... 6
23.-W. A. Clark's barn......... 4
23.-624 South \Vyoming .. . .. ...
24.-I138 Arizona street...... . ...
25.-601 South Main strect.. . ..... 5
26.-Butte Upholstering ccanpany, cor
Montana and Porphyry..... .. 6
27.-California and Front t:'e:ts .. 4
I 29.-R. Trehair's house. 48 Front street I
3o.-Mehilech block, East B-:tt:...... I
31.-Union hall................... 5
32.-Way Side saloon, Cox..... ... 3
33.-Col. Fire station... .. .
34-·950 West Park ........ ...... a
35.-School house, Blacktai......... ,
36.-B., A. & P. round house......... r
37.-Henry Miles' house ............. I
38.-Silver Bow.................. .
39.-School house, Burlington........ I
4o.-Silver Bow Junction............ z
41.-Brown's Gulch ...............
42.-Pump station, Divide. .........
43.-Gregson Springs' hotel......, .
44.-Robbitns' Hotel Melrose ... . I
45.-Soap Gulch ....................
46.-Ralston ranch ................. a
47.-Clipper Mine Boarding house ... .
48.-Frank Miles' house, Feeleys. .... I
49.-Parrott Flat ..................
r 5o.- Fish Creek..................... r
S1i.-Braund house.................. 6
5a.- Butte ........ ..................
53.-Rear 1257 West Silver street ... I
All republicans and all residents of Sil
ver Bow county who believe in the prin
ciples, and who intend to affiliate with the
republican party at the ensuing election
are invited to attend the caucus and pri
t maries of said party.
d By order of the county central commit
MALCOLM GILLIS, Chairman.
v CLINTON H. MOORE, Sec'y pro tern,
When vacancies occur to be named later,
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