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BEAUTIFUL SNOW IS TOO PLENTIFUL THERE IS MORE OF IT LYING ABOUT LOOSE THAN THERE HAS BEEN IN MANY A DAY. SPECIAL 10 THE INT.R MOU NTAI V. Anaconda, Nov. 2..-There is more snow on the ground in Anaconda than there has been before at any one time in the past year. It looks like it was going to stay for a time, too, and yesterday afternoon cutters and sleighs were brought out from where they have been kept the greater part of two years and put into use. Last winter the sleighing did not last more than a couple of days at any one time, A heavy snow would disappear in sh6rt order. Deliverymen and teatmsters are immensely pleased to get into their sleighs after more than a season in the wagons. More cynical persons say they would just as soon sit on the edge of the sidewalk and have some one throw snow in their faces as to ride in a sleigh. But thent as a rule they have no sleigh. ANACONDA BRIEFS. A. D. T. messengers-prompt. reliable. A baby girl was born last night to Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dean of Locust street. this city. I.. S. Smith of Cincitnnati was in Ana conda yesterday. E. J. lienrold, who was elected con BANDITS ROB A MINNEAPOLIS SALOON 11' i' 0tI)CIAi !) 1lU.i SS. Minneapolis, Nov. 2o.-Two ban.lits held up a gambling den at Columbia Heights last nighlt and secured $1.943 from the score of players andI the proprietor. Hlarvey IHoward, a negro porter, was shot by the robbers. The gambling house, which is operated by a syndicate of sporting men, is at the end of a trolley line leading from Minne apolis. Each robber used a dark handker chief to shield the lower part of his coun tenancec. There are two entrances to the place and the handits, appearing simulta AMONG THE TOILERS GRANITE CUTTERS DOWNI IN MARYLAND RESTIVE Disagreement Between Them and Em ployers May Cause Delay in Construc tion of an Extensive Building. B. ASSOCIATE! PRESS. Baltimore, Md., Nov. .o.--The trouble which has existed for several months be tween the Maryland Granite company and the National Union Granite Cutters, grow STRONG, HfALTHY AND FULL Of VIGOR AT 104 YEARS SIXIY-fIVE GRANDCHILOREN LIVING AND MARRIED. Mr. Ralph Bullock, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Who is in His ro5th Year, Says He is as Young and Active as Any of His Grandchildren---He Weighs 175 Pounds, and His Only Medicine Is Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky "I was always fond of life," said Mr. Bullock to a reporter last evening. "I saw a great deal of it when I was young, and to this day 1 can laugh as heartily as the youngest of my grandchildren. I am good for some mtore years, and I scarcely feel my age. My vigorous constitution an:t! r woarkable freed int from di;case is due to the daily use for many years (f Itu!Yy'i Pure Malt Whiskey. Though I am past to4 years of age, I feel as young and hearty as forty years ago. I weigh 175 pounds. my appetite is good, and I still do all the chores. T cannot say too much in favor of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, which ' is indeed a blessing to old people and in valids. I know it has prolonged my life nllny years." AIr. Jiulioc 's wife hed twenty years ago, and he is living with one of his grandchildren. Sixty-five grandchildren are married, and they are all strong and healthy. His descendants who live in Fort Hamilton, B]rooklyn and Manhattan are the McDonald, Watts, Hlurst, Bullock and Clark families. The health and vigor of Mrt. Itullock's children and grandchildren show that their father thought of hlis drlcecnlants and kept RAI.PII DULLOCK, 10o4 1 EARS 01.D. Iis constitution strontg a:nd vigorous with a pure stimulant and tonic, leaving all kinds of drugs and medicines alone. So it is with a woman; she should keep herself healthy and strong. If the fathers and mothers kept their constitutions strong and free from disease, there would be no sickly, puny children. It is an easy matter to keetp the body in a state of normal health by using Duffy's Pure Malt \Vhiskcy, the only absolute pure stimulant and tonic which is free from fusel oil and other dan gerous ingredients. Do not fill your system with patent medicines and drugs. There are thousands of cases similar to that of Mr. ltullock's, and if every one used Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as directed, the average life woutdl be prolonged at least twenty years. CAUTION.--When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. Unscrupulous dealers, mindful of the excellence of this preparation, will try to sell you cheap imitations, and so-called Malt W\hiskey substitutes, which are put on the market for profit only,, and which, far from relieving the sick, are positively harnmful. Demand "Duffy's" and be sure you get it. It is the only abso lutely pure malt whiskey which contains medicinal, health-giving qualities, I.ook for the trade-mark, "The Old Chemist," on the label. It is the only whiskey recognized by the govermnent as a medicine. This is a guarantee. The genuine at all druggists and grocers, or direct, $too a bottle. Medical booklet free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y. stable at the recent election, filed his bond of $2,ooo with Clerk Greenan yesterday. His sureties art Albert Blourbonniere and John Keiser. The Eagles will give a dance at Turner hall on December 16. Dr. O. Y. Warrens of W\arm Springs visited friends yesterday. Dr. Norcross and wife were registered at the Montana yesterday. II. Roset:zweig of Butte was visiting friends recently in Anaconda. Secretary Wright of the Carpenters' union has called an important meeting for tonight. Dr. O. C. Evans and Dr. T. J. McKcn zie are continuing the inlspection of the city schools today. A marriage license was i-sued this morun. ing to George Ehlakovich and Miss I)arinka Stovich. both of this city. The Ladies' Aid society of the l'rcshy terian churclh mlrt this afternoon withl Mrs. J. A. Dunlap at 4H IlHickory street. Doctors Sherron and Niorcross of ]luitt are in the city, havinlg been called to gi\c expert testimony in the Mlc eary utirder case. I)r. O. Y. Warren of the inIsane hospi:tl at Warni Springs is in thI city. I1. has been sulbpoenaedl in the ..l't4eary case tmo give expert testionlntly. The funeral of John Tl''impleiatn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnh TempleumUn, was hehl this afternoon from the f:lmillty resilnlcce at 4.u0 \Vest Fourtth stlr let. At the Montana. I)r. and Mrs. Norerts.s. lotte; Si. ladIt. 'l.ih ailaelphia; I.. . l'chloubet. Chlicago, ; ].. S. Smith, Cincin.ltit ; tt. Y. \\Warren. W arm Spring' ; (). I'. Jud .l, (h )u hali I. 1)D,1u ,ely. Iut i ;t I'. C. Nli,h u'.nii' . lo.t ida; J. I1. Ne l..i. Mhin capoli,; I. II. IMoore.' Ilitt'; John ('toplaud, I)ettoit; I'. l'lsieytiky, Nrw York. to hlold up their hand,. Tlihe score oif jplayers and aitt :nd;1nts \.cwr then aligiled on one side of the room, and while the liandlit leader kept them cov.cred with his revolver, hiis assistant rilled pockets and tills. First, David Blryce, the manager, was searched. lie was relieved of his res\ole.r, which was thrown out of a window. Then $16, was extracted from his pockets. Ingrain Flick, the treasurer of the resort, )ieldcd $t,6o8. Half a dozen patrons of the place were relieved of sums ranging from $St to $io. ing out of the discharge of union work men and the employment of cutters not mnembers of the organization, may delay the construction of an extensive building now being erected in the northwest sec tion of the city, and incidentally involve the building firm in the trouble. It is stated that the stone used in the building is furnished by the Maryland Granite company, which, it is alleged, is cut by non-union workmen at the quar ries of the company at Guilford, Md. For several months the executive board of the granite cutters' organization has endeav SEWELL IS TO GET PATENT Washoe Smelter Man Has What May Prove to Be Valuable Invention. SP'ECIAI. TO Till; INTIrR MOt'NTAINE. Anaconda, Nov. ao.---onathan Sewell, employed qs an engineer in the concentra tor house at the Washoe smelter, has re ceived notice from Washington, D. C., that he has been granted a patent on an auto lmatic elevator or hoist which he has In vented. 'The invention is an imnprovelllnett on the old hoists and reduces the cost of cltenewig parts of the hoist now in use. The invention will lic handled by some well known mill machinery tirm. AMUSEMENTS. Hermann the Greet. s I.4 , Ii1 to rill INTx it a1ot'1 IAIX . An;acoIl No lll . ino. -- Ierrmalnnl the Great, the most wollerful of all modern necromancers, will appear at the Mar garet next Tuesday, November .,j. Ilerr maItI is truly a remarklcable mtal. Withlot t preplaration he accomplishes the lmost as tonishing feats of sleigllt of hand and prestidigitation. . His feats far excel il wolnderful results those of all other ma gicians past or present. Ily a tour through India l. rlllmann hlas beren enabled to ob tain m11;any of the surpri,,ing feats of the famouts Ilindno. 'lhe program which Mr. .hrrlm:tIni pre(tint.ll in this city the preslent season is replete with new. novel and startling magic phcnomiena that will a.totnislh ntl delight all lehohlers. Herr main is accompantied hy the lu.sical (1ool ntans, a highly artistc :.id refined musical dn.,, who by their :phle lid renditiomn of iplputlar an.l clas..ic'al mIl;ic oit va liitls musical its trumen1ts, do mch11 toward ratllill ng Iu ticthe exc. ll nt eve ings ' ll e.rt:itiian sn t which 5 Ilrriuma present-. Harvey lHoward, the colored porter, aroused from a nap by the shots, bounded itito the room to learn the cause of the colllltion anlld then bounllded out, tbut two Iullhtý, one ill each leg, tumllcd him into the street, where he lay for half an hour before sonmec of the robbed lmen found him. W\\'ile thleader held the gamblers with his gun the second rolbber went into the -saloon, in front of the gamblillg roomn, and secured $8o fromn the cash drawer. The bandits backed out, keeping the crowd evered with their revolvers until they theinscltcs had di:sapp,eared ill the dark ored t,, adjutt the differetnces which re sultedc in the lockout, but without suc cess. Finally the local buihling trades were asked to render moral support to the graiite cutters, and ablout a week ago the trades decided that after a definite date stated the tneiubers of the t rades now employed on the buihling referred to would refuse to work thereon until the Maryland Granite company employs meini hers of the Granite Cutters' Natiial unio-n. SCHENECTADY BOYCOTT CANNOT BE CALLED OFF Majority of Body Favor Crying Quits, but Clause in Constitution Compels Them to Stick to It. I,' ASsoc IA! I) PlugISS, Schenectady, N Y., Nov. -.--- lThe boy cott against the Schenectady railway will continue. The trades assembly held a long and stormy meeting last night, at which a resolution was adopted to recon sider the resolution ordering the boycott, but a forgotten clause in the constitution to the effect that any action taken * a regular meeting could not be consider tt a special meetingi was pIroduced, so IIo action whatever was taken. The meeting was almost riotous. The representatives of the Metal Iolislhers' union tllreatened that if the boycott was declared off the entire metal polishers' body would wihlldraw front the trades assemibly. Delegates fromt tile Moutlers' union, one of the most influential bodies affiliated with the assemily, answered that they would withdraw if the boycott were con tinucd. The representatives of the Macllinists' unlion made a similar declara tiolt, It was evident that a large tlmajo y favored callilg the boycott off, but ty attempt at argumlent was met with hlis._,s and yells of disapproval front the radical element. It was ilproposal to take a vote, atd thtn the leaders of the boycott produced the clause in thle constitution which prevented actiont. The next regular meeting will lbe held \\'ednesday, November 26. FIFTEEN HUNDRED MAY WORK Fellows Who Understand Copper Ought to Go Down to California. 11 AS:lO IAl t PIaLSS, San Francisco, Nov. uo.--An illtenllse iron and coplper mlelting plant to employ 1,500 men is reported by the Chronicle to be the next industrial project of magnitude to be launched oin Oakland hartor. The proposed works are to be establislted on the Alameda canal or estuary, nearly facing tile two big steel plants upon which work is now under way. It is rumored that mineral lands con tailling copper and iron, located inl this state, have been secured by the promoters of the new enterprise, and that oil fuel will he used so as to successfully compete with Eastern rivals. FRENCH ANARCHISTS BUSY Seek to Prolong the t;oal Strike, Now Likely to Be Settled. IIY ASSOCIATEI) PIats, Paris, Nov. 20.--llhe anarchistic elelment among the strikinlg coal miners is seek ill to prolong the conflict at St. Etaline, where negotiations for a settlement have reached an advanced stage. A band of tanarchists broke up the mleetinigs of the Iiiners' commnittee, memblers of which were compelled to take refuge in the town Ihall. A detachmentl of soldiers has been called out to guard the building. The strike has come to all endll at most of the other points. They Will Be Pleased. lBloonlington, Ill., Nov. 2o.-The Chi cago & Alton tanagement yesterday al nounced a to per cent increase in the pay of all section mcen. The pay ha.i been r$135 per day, but will be $1.48. BARNEY M'ILLIC MAKES BIG HAUL STOLEN GOODS RECOVERED BY THE EVER ALERT SLEUTH OF THE BUTTE POLICE FORCE. Itrntii Ml' l illic ni o tl e .one of thig iligeis t htnlt, (of tlhel .l-(to ttik Lmorning whet it ih r itcovere l httlt t o i l. olr n goi o v I'hc goods were the prilpert, of .\,I tlpl t I. rth, ia tra litg ,i(' I olu:t - t t I ll to I lot itty before ye tertl ty, ati with illm cas'll ll r:nk \ I hllr. I mnl k himn he pnket'd up on th," rnatJ ntal a who w\;l' 1t . itt in tllh.e ,h ,itlicrth intcndllhlh. ¢vim the llut'er side of life in oul.t. and \ 1hhler trid to get' him tIrunk. \\'llei they t.'il .lling in th" ('w;,illns h. ,.king itI th 1e ttw' l -milh, of the" d4un1inog girls and pI:taskan. 1 I ,, 1i Itna trre."lt lh er. Vl hb lt" left the 1 . 1u e. rith the lih'ro l,rtntling that hlie .,e.' to r," \ ehler didnl' rturn. .\hoillt in 'clock ' tillli weltls tldowtn to ai httle csa ist ill South unitte, nel.r the \I l I,,(, .choolhous.. where hr h l u trt',l hli, ioy hI' i'mnsl tha:t the e'a in h,.ul .broi hboken intro and the ltfut taken. Iit to1 .il, lE of liesth'l , 'ultire (.l' ttll i ' l l, ,lli .,,. a;nll h1 1 :IIe r iat in e ilpot.l I t11he llmatter to IIh police. , %irc'ih w.,., male for the -ol,, ,unp it ,.il.t i in I,-. tldun :i" h r b.",l h,.,th"l lhl, ttall in I. F. I-o\', place at N ,. . I'.1-t Iallk h esta . I, l s l.halre l t h ,"t t e i,, , w, ty re lritght to hi. p: . ,. tl i.iht I ;1a 1 1an answer'ing, to 1 cIIt'". ,he. Mitt twit :Inll that the maln implh ly :.-kI thlt they he kept ountil otrningl. 'lb. police :Ire w n v.l.u ching rM' \ t I l, .1,l1 if fuund the c'hIru of .i. ,,I l,:I, end \\ill I.' entuhrel algatih",l him. \\h., aI the st, lll wv,,. hr .uglll 1" thie I li( e stla tit , ert1 w:l- ni lilleh l and hI,, ,h. li^11 mn s '( letm lvring lte pel .pe t' ,i . ,111t," vid,'nt. lie r-t Ii1, ih,,l il.s.sh ililtl w."iking. mulh l ie l ,, i, l Ih' pmlih, hvi lty ariesa ;i l oily illll i.ll .iir HOTEL ARRIVALS. At the Finlen. A . J. 1Ir:e. r. city ; I( . ii. I l.l ,,rh. `I . I.lui;: I i . W I. k it lj,( . Ki ;., K . ity ; I.t1111 1 . el itih r ,u lI . f \i, 'n . . \ r. . .' N ti . 1n.. c ',n d a : . 1) . t.I. ( l ar k . l. ]' ll, 1 h: .n :, , I '. i' .ll i;rd, lS.I (- lt I. i . : (,..." ., . . I . ,I. John (.. . l ll, inne i ap li.: I I. I ). 1. )u .I tl . Ioa;l : FI . I' . 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I.. ,M linery, R. 1 lu ting, iii sto, ; W arren 1', lall, ('hli cago : . G. errr ill, St. l ouis; G. I . lTracy, St. Lou I' . ih, Nioei. 'lthto): W. N. Ketchuainl la, Ch i. iWi. tigairt, New York; I 11. Brady, Sp. kanln; I. A. Luke, Heleina. At the Butte. (;l-rrg(' Krugg. Imhnalh : C. A. \\hillplc, 'I own enI ; I. C. (I In it .,. '.T mpa; Iohl kemingt1n, L.im : W. M. Knpp, 1)illon; liaes talin an witfe, IN.hiiin; i ,'url;,i lid inigir, )illon: . Nugent (r,,s y, I ich 'r; W . . av:gil e, M ih ,. ( i'ly; 1C'. J. i.atn, frTownwend ; \Vi J..Mrsl, iiii;l. ihler ilan ; J. J. , lia r, St ul; . II; . . ir New itork; Mrso . R. R. VidcdkillI, IPony Fi. I.oh t, la n . Wants Tallen Arrested. Harry Rees has sworn out a warrant for the airrest of Iired 'allen. I h. two gut mixed up rc..intily iand as till result of the meleting cers' hyad is houul ut p in lint. Tallen will b te arrested aid renquire,i to talsar ifore Juili.tice Nelson i llnswer to Ih:. hiarge of assali ult in the hird d'ig rl .', HOW'S THIS! \\'c uifrr (i11(' hlnurv(,d 1),l:lr.1 I ward .ir any case of ('Catarh thal t musot he ni',.,I by Hlall's I at rrh (llure. :. J. CH.'IIN;'EY , Co., Props., 'T'ledo, . \'e, thie undrsigud, have known '. J. STeney for the laslt I years, and Tulisvt hin perfectly honorabl in all b hsi ,ess transactions anid thfinn.i;;lly able to carry out many obligations iful' by their firm, \\ e't & 'rrucai, Wholesale Druggists, To hcdo, aO. \\'ahlingl, Kinin: & Marvill, Wholesacle Jrlggists, ToleIdo, OI . ]Hall's Catarrh (:ure is taken inther;,lly, acting directly upon the nlh .I nl Intil co1n surfaces of the syst.l'm. Price, 75 per bottle. Sold by all dru.ggisl,, Testi 1nonials free. Iall's Fanmily 'ills arn the b iest * Dr, ('on Mcladden is stopping at the ]hioreince hotel. * 00000000000000C000000000:00 So The Daly Bank and Trust g 0 Company of Anaconda o o° ,A.naconda, Montana. o O General banking In all branches. o0 o Sel; exchanges on New York, Chi- o o cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran- 0 Scisco, etc., and draw direct on the 0 o principal cities of England, France, o o Ireland, Germany and the Orient. 0D thosits of fi..io and upward re. o o ceived* o oo r CorresponLdents o0 o National City bank, New York; 0 o First National bank, Chicago; First National bank, St. Padl; Omaha o .National bank, Omaha; Bank of 0o o California, Sin Francisco. o John R. Toole, President; M. B. o Greenwood, 'Vice President; Louis 0 O V. Bennett, Cashier; 1. C. Nor. 0 c. beck, Assistailt Cashier. O 00000000000000000000000000 THE PEOPLE'S WANTS ONE CENT-A WORD-ONE CENT STOVE REPAIRS. FOR ALL STOVES t 4 RANGES, Scott, atr East Park Tel. . JM. CLEANING AND DYEING.. P'AL'MI?'S PARISIAN l)YE IIOUSE, all work guaranteed. 6o \Vest (;alena street. 'Phone 74,,A. French dyeing and cleaning. MONEY TO LOAN. LO.ANS, ANY KINI OF SE. 'tI I'V 'lThe I )Lv Stl l,.l ( ., . swrrl u r , lrr I venprt l .\ kimhtll, 11:116iltl s vtrc t, up posi , \\;It It' ,ma any', ,H .i'. LOANS-MON;Y 1'O I.iOAN AlT -l'I". centl; no delays. Hall Ilrothers, 48 East Brnoad.'a, lButte. Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - IOW t~tes. Roan, , .7 Wert Broadway,. MONEY TO .OAN - JACKMAN & Armitage Co., Ilirbour bLrk, N. E. corl otr Main and Broadway. FURNITURE. OF'llIISI.. 42 West Broadway, pays the hlighllest cash price for second 0(I'CIISI.1. hand houschold goods; has new rart gl t, exchange for OlCIIISI.I. old stoves anld fIrnlitre; pays (fright to neigihlrnrlig towns. NOODLE PARLORS. IIAl \V\AII NuOI. I.I, I'.,\Il.' )ES; 11. purht- v fine t1'n,, n11n)lhl.,. ('Ihan, Stie lf it alh ( u., ,1 ,r c ,. M .\ 4 I y, ti' ailley. CARPET CLEANING. \Y\I I SI I)I . EI , tARIh'I CI. LI N mu. ( u.,. 1u \\. I:!dy. Tel. 867 A. MIDWIFE. Slds. \ A I Al .l'. , Milm l '.. tu9 1, 41.4 1t441. COLLECTIONS. 1.l. I I AI)UIJS'I'Tl.EI Ci:MPI'ANY ..., Itcl4 Lad !"-llh; ty atII ta h,. l Main. LOAN OFFICE. 51":;L1.'S I OUAN Ui il'E-- a I;. P'ARK strect. Ih.atoy la-r :t on evrly artlcl: of value. PRIVATE SCHOOL. iISS '1I I 2.1.I ' 4 lit OL, Al.I I:.41, , iltn:lil. , £i \\ .1 ,l y (ct. Only pII' \.l. ,tc h~c l4 I. TRANSFERS. \ 2 2V M VI \',12 h,1' .1- 2 i .2Lnd i1g I- ;1, anL -th, 'r vahoabs,1 .., 1n :,n o e.'1n Uw;1:,,. 'an u l 'rrll| . :II l |IH VI" 2 21 ; 'n 2,2-I I N' ; |I I 2tll 12i yt1u 2 c1nI1 ,n* '. 122 ~ .2 (lit.I . fl a 'er, *1 .. 12k i llll lhel', r" ill iriSr t w\ \.11' 1 :i ll 1i1 tt leplhnw' s3. Yl, utna T kut 1, ,?. '1 l f,.r.r" ( o., oIII ' W \'. t I'2 s 2 12 way. T'IEIIT IUTI'. '1.il\ANSl.I L (1l'ANY --'I h': la;rge.,L .1l mo'ut thr2l kgIhly repaye, d u2llit .I the :'ity. (;iv s be.t bs rvi2c. (Oli 'e1 , I:- I'lak. 'Icl., 4iJ. Th'rlmas Lavelle, P'rop. HELP WANTED. W A..N I ..l 'Ti.AM I ,,. S, L. .U(i,..l S, bwail2ll2 l r", a.l.,1 2.2ii hu1o,2k 11'n for saw n .ill; $1 to $,) , pjtr .,gIin h :aril bI:h r]. AI.o 2m21 cuok, gill. fr. h, l.wzA k. ConIlractLr'. to hid I,22 iailroiad Mwork. St. ]';1il IEm' lhym't2 A;;, Icy, No. I oU North Main ;,rice t. \WAN'I:J- ( I to cLare for childlr . (all at J318 Wet iiihoadway. W 'TED.--BOYs, A L. T. COMPANY. WAN'I I..-I W\O WAIT.UESbS.S AT 2e2.' for out ul touwnl. WAN' J.1)-A \VAI'l ISS I (JUik VIi ginia City. \VANTI-D--LADY ('()l)K 1I.1 OUT OF town. ood Wags" to JIghlt Iparty. WANTED, -·lI.S ,FOR ,l.N lIRAL Ihousewu2 k, out 22 tiown. \VANTI1J.-.:5 I.X '1111 P N' , PICK menC for coal 22iIt, 2at once. Fl:luire City lsmplymncit Il ur au. WANT'TN 2-.-'lI 'T O (,IliLS FUR DOMES. tic work, out of town. W\ANTEi--TEN BRIDGE CARPEN ters at once. WANTED-SIX TIE MAKERS, PAY tic for 7x7, 8 long, awed ends and 8c for 6c7-.t long. Board $3.oo week. Job last till next April. WANTIED--'IIIlkEE GIRLS FOR CGEN cral Ihousework. WANTED-- FIFTY L,.I ORIES FOR railroad work. WANTE'I --TWr.NTY EXPERIEINCED wood2men2, swamnpers, log cutters, team sters; wage- $4o.co and board. Wanter--GIrls for gen'rrl. housework, aiss, for kitchen work. Apply City Employment Bureau. WVAN'TI D) -- lIRJST-(CLASS C(lt.0<E1) cook dcsiris position in a first class I.pi vate family, with or without general housework; 0oro1l rook for right pa:rtics. (:Call at 72 WVc,t Silver. W\VAN'TI'v- A A 'AI(TNIER IN A GOOD) paying re.statura2t., Aply tIt Formcl's, 2oo \V( st Plorhyry, or 3.-1 S. Mi:,n. MOuitE lt l iwr 2 t ' ,lle go, i2nlln2 2np lis 12, Minn1' ., wo'l ntH' 1 o to l22.' 2 2brl.o', trade; rtIruly 22 r1 2 t2ee2 ; 2 x21222. in 2tru1 tio2s2 ; roony l]r2s'nt2l2i; W g.e'H ,i;2a2turday; 222our2l pro 1hh2d2 ; Ilhuintlrlted ( ;tilog (.e with Ho2ven'ilr ' mb rl, itnalkt] 'rl'op, LIGHT MACHINE WORK. 1UT'l'LTE NOVIELT'I'Y WORKS, 27 NORTHl Arizona street. W. F. Steward, prop TAILORING. A I) .1' 1 AIlllt Work 2it h2 2 2r ge oILt I,y t22 way; l 4 1tis'2'2,lln guarantelc d, 2Addrlo2s]; .24 2 1; ,st I'' orlhry trusal. MUSICAL. A WASIIUURN OR REGAl. MANDOLIN guitar or banjo and a terry of 30 lessons .or $40 at FTaron's Studio, 315 Dakota street. Hours, 5 to ro, evenings. SURGICAL, I. 11. HIANSON, M. D., GENERAL operative surgeon, Office., aS, .6, 37 Sil. ver Bow block. Telephone 403. OCULIST AND AURIST. DOCTOR T. A. GRIGG, EYE, EAR, nose, throat and lungs, Prices moderate. Terms cash. No. 4r Hirbour building. 'Phone 934A. PHOTOGRAPHERS. VUSSEAU & THOMSON, 1'HOTOGRA. phers. First-claus work guaranteed. att-atg East Park street. FOR RENT. 'T 14 I NT'-4-rot11 c.Itt;agt,, modrrn; irangec, heatetr, catrpet, shlade,, etc., Cur tis & ,1.tjorv. FlO R I": r I' r u tty hon ', modern; with hasvmnent' . (,I; Soulth I)akton street. Ii fR Itl' N I l'ir.iMaht -Ia i)., n i-,. . s\\ 'est ( rai ttil . pultlin. in l snll-il ',,t1 tk ,i ).rc.ti s.. ('~l,,hk t ,( t,1 ). 111.y ('no , In,,, \\'..Lt (l lllite Il."-- IIIN .,'IN : 5 AI) .1i. ()N t .\ i. c 1 t1) .11 1 1i 1 Il .n .' I, S lll l llbn t of .\. \\W ettskii ;.;,iI \\. Un t.1l7. I tf1 RI-N I "R I I N.S II't 1 .N ISII= ectrltlin ltal ii t cl i l an luti.t', 4ilt SuittlB toitiin, $tst ie t of G ,!1. jIt, St.11 \a. X A NI OOKBINDER. I rk 'Al\NSIINI, SI'It1I. YORiK III.. t66 \Vttst Park. J\I.I. 1). 1()I i'S11)1, I) l1 . , S I'I,[ AM hStall; P rirn rII l. t. n hl. I,.ytlh block, i270 1a .it IP , l atLak. i I'I.A 'IMEAN;DICAL.) IANS: roust; $It; stran. hoat. * So. Nin.. BOOKBINDER. ' IIA II.I.S I;'.1tt I, 1 ,, N 1, I 1,A S ll uialwayi,, blank hunk, iuling, line nl.tig.lc I w lk, I ' ,ilt l. a u ASSAYER. JulIN I. li,\t'I'Y, A ,..\Y1I:, i17 ilAM. Iltitl iton . l . otrl, l h , . MIi tii , 'tiaa. IT /.'A'T I( t Kl &K It I a.\Vh, A .1.Y I ItS. Stui ''sr l, 1 A. 11. Itni .ilir, IoiM N "). W vo. St. 'I'll, no (u,.) It, 1' P O It ,< ' 1.1 ATTORNEY AT LAW MEDICAL. Goldhlrs ti, Ik. b ,llt'. ,ie treat lu.cess. I'llly 11 .cu u a. t w al:lnln, tilat l l , h, Jtur .,h and L.w. l • . ....1., L ...... .....th FOR SALE. F:(R SALE:1 16 I 1. I.)IH;ING ho ,,,, It 1\' t * a ln k. 1l,( SAL]E A ( 1/, 1 , R \.\! I,) L )G iK Ing h Ie, 1(4 l (lily .', ,; .r reuruth. Apply .at Formenrl's. s ,,,\VWe.. i'rphyry srret, or v.-." S.uth Main. FOR 4_LE REAL FSTATE. i(I( .SALE (I-LAT IAINiiAINS IN real restate this week. Apply at Formnel's, ,,n \V'st Io lphili y, f ,.-A S. Main. FOR SALE -MISCELLANEOUS. IOR SAl .I.--it I.rTA'I:A;N I ANO C(')N. frctiineiiy store; chI;ap. Apply at FJormenil, ist West I'irphyry street, or 3.2' Somth Main. HIO'TELS AND REiTAURANTS. The Southern Hotel 25c I)INNER 2I~ c The SOUT'IIIERN HlOTl, gives rod the REST MEAl, and BEST COOKED food for 5s CENTS of any place ini the city. You get as m'uch of any and every dish offered on the hill of fare as you wish. OUR CUISINE is uner.celled D)on't forget the place and you will not forget the dionnr. Conie ti.taorrow and try one of our dilunerr. DAN TEWEY IProprletor WAH J. LAMB'S tll rtud lIt-b Santl. ; tarinin. (;uarantees t cure all diseascs by I.ans,, of famous Chi. ncse mlledicines, never .It, fore ilrntrduccd nto tlhis collllntry, which h:ve cnired thoi,,s:ads, tu] can cml e you. Advi.e free. No. y \1,rst Gall'na strleet, Butte, Mlonrianla. Kemmerer Coal Sold by CITIZQNS' COAL CO. No. 4 Iast Broadway. NOTICE; TO CRE,'.II'IORS. Estate of Jennice F. O'Connor, deceaced. Notice is herbcy given by the under. signed, administratrix of the estate of Jentnie E. O'Connor, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouclhers, within tell months after the first publication of this notice, to the said admninistrutrix, at Roomi No. 4, No, 49 W'cst Park street, Butte city, the samne being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the county of Silver ,;,wv, state of Mon tana. ALICE M. O'CONNOR, Administratrix of the Estate of Jennie E. O'Connor, deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this :,tl day of October, i9oa. THOMPSON CAMPBELL, Attorney for Administratrix.