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QUOTATIONS ON NEW YORK STOCKS
1 (Reported by Co. Commission Co.) N4ew York, Mar'h zj.-The opening and doeing quotations were as follows: Open. Close. American e ...... .... ... 734 7t do. preferred ............. 3 38 malgamated Copper ....... 3t Anaconda Mining Co........ s3a4 i9g Alchison, Topeka & Santa Fe 8s I s do. preferred ............. 9 9H Saltimere & Ohio.......... pa a~4 Brookla Rapid Transit..... 61 64H Canadian Pacific ........... sa SbH C., C., C. & St. Louis .... ga9 pas Chesapeake & Ohio.....*.. 46H 464) Chicago a Alton........... as asH Colorado Southern ......... as asH Colorado Fuel & Irn....... 643 6s3 Chicago Great Western..... 83% s4 Consolidated Gas ..........sso so9 Delaware & Hudsod........ 7o04 s7o4 SALT LAKE OQUOTATIONS (Reported by the Coe Commission Co..) Salt Lake, March s3.-Following were today's mining stock quotations: Ajax ...... ................ $ .a7y4 Con. Mercur ........'. .,,.., S.Ss Carisa .......... ............. .13 Century ......... .......... .72 California ...... .....*........ ..o Daly West .................. 38.85 Lareine ........ ............. .o0 Lower Mammoth ............. .s7 'Mammoth .................. 1.39 May Day .................. .16., Ontario ...... ...... ........ 6.as Star ............... ...... .o9 Tetro ...... .. ............... .8 % Jtah ..,...... ................ .o LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS r NY ASSOCIATED PESas. Chicago, March sj.-Cattle-Recektps, ,,Soo head. Market, steady. Good to prime steers, $.firstname.lastname@example.org ; poor to medium, $3.5o04.80; stockers and feeders, $2.750 4.80; cows, $1.4o004.4o; heifers, $a.230 4.6o; canners, $.So@a.So; bulls, $S.ooCQ 4.5; calves, $3.5o007.4o0; Texas fed steers, $4.oo004.6o. Hogs-Receipts today 0o,0oo head, to morrow z,ooo, left over 5,800. Market. toe lower. Mixed and butchers, $email@example.comS: good to choice heavy, $7.5507.70o; rough heavy, $7.5(i 7.55 ; light, $6.800o7.3o; bulk of sales, $7.50a7.55. Shep-Receipts, s,ooo head. Market, steady. Good to choice wethcrs, $5.000 5.75: fair to choice mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Western sheep. $s.oo05.75; native lambs, $4.7547.0oo; Western lambs, $S.email@example.com. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, March 1j.-Cattle-Re. ceips, 1,5oo head; mirkct steady; native steers, $3.8o0f5·..5; Tex is and Indian steers, $3.oort 4.55: Texas c,ws, $.5So@ 3.00oo; native cows and hcifhrs, $I.So@ 4.65; stockers and feeders, $3.50o'4.9o; bulls, $2.2no' 4.50; calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org. ALL TROUBLE OVER (Continued from Page One.) bank, up to the close of business, Febru ary 28, 9go : Resources. Loans and discounts........$3,461,115 co Real estate loans........... 377.613 70 Warrants.................. 36,815 77 Stocks and bonds........... 78,990 89 tanking house............. 67,5oo o0 ~Furniture and fixtures...... 1o,s3 6: Other real estate........... 78,424 at Cash on hand. .$600oo,s og Cash in banks. a3a,1 18 93- 832,s4o 0a Total....................$4,943,033 10o Liabilities. Capital stock ..............$Soo,ooo oo Surplus..................... 00oo,ooo oo U'ndivided profits ............ ,232638 67 Individual de posits, sub ject to check ......$1,753,969 78 Savings de posits sub ject to no tice........ 1,85o,o69 as Cie r t ificates, demand.... 44,396 90o C e r t i ficates, time....... 555,t89 9o Certified checks ..... 389 oo Cashier's checks..... 13,410o 30 Bue banks..... 19a,959 33- 4,41o,384 45 Total....................$4,943,oa3 o0 Newspaper Man III. BY ASSOCIATED PRESs. New York, March 13.-Beriah Wilkins, owner of the Washington Post, who is critically ill at the Waldorf-Astoria with paralysis, complicated by kidney troubles, was reported to be a little better this morning and resting quietly. FUNERAL NOTICE. The funeral of William Alfred Williams will take place Sunday at a p. m. from the family residence, No. 894 North Main street, proceeding to St. Andrew's Epis copal church, Centerville, where services will be held. His Ancestor. [Philadelphia Press.] "Didn't think I could speak, did you, eh ?" said Bragg exultantly, after his Arst attempt at post-prandial oratory. "Well, I confess I can't imagine any thing so marvelous that has happened for years." "Nothing like it in a century, h ?" "Oh, longer than that. Not since Ba laam's time." POOSON, PELOUBET & CO. PublicAccountants New York - so road Streeat Chicago * Marquette Buliding St. LOUis Chemnical Building Butte tenneusy Balleng - - - -rr_ .. rMr Ope.l Closed Erie .**.... . *......0.. 7S $S do. ist preferred ......... 6f * - Illinois Central ...........13994 s4o Iowa Central .............. 3634 37 Louleville & Nashille...... .st s p34 Leather.. ............... s za sNr Manhattm Con., etra div..4o04 s46o M, St. P. & S. Ste. Mare... ,4 7t2 Mandan Central ............. 6 a.H Missouri, Kansas & Teru ... 2s)4 2SH Missouri Paciic ............ tod to8 New York Central.........13p s384 Norfolk & Western......... 70o 7t Northwestern ...... ....... s 84 Ontario & Western......... 3oH 3o0 Pennsylvanis Railway ...4...4144 243 People's Gas ............:..zoszH to Reading.. ............... sS* y 6o$ Rock Island .............. 43 " 43. Uncle LOm ........ w........ r a.33 Victor ........... ............ .24 Yankee ........ ........ .... .)401 Creole .... ......... ........ .S9 Daly Judge .................. so.6o New York ..... ............. .22M Grand Central ............ ... .iS Keystone ......... ............ .30 Wabash ...... .......... .. .a9% Black Bess ............ .....r .SS Ren Butler .................. .o7. 7 Daly ............. ......... s.35 E. & B. R.................... ..7 Martha Washington ........... .o6 United States Mining .......... .2aS Sacramento ........ ......... . 8 Silver Shield ...... .......... .o61 Hogs-Receipts, 4,0oo head; market weak to lower; bulk of sales, $email@example.com; heavy, $7.3aOt@7.So; packers, $7.ao@ 7.3o; medium, $7.3o00.4o; light, $7.oo0 7.30; Yorkers, $7.ao(7.37; pigs, $6.os~ 7.oo. Sheep-Receipts, :,ooo head; muttons, $S.6o06.oo; lambs, $4.oo0 6.85; range wethers, $3.40o5.50; ewes, $4.o005.5o. Western steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Western cows, $i.8o(g3.oo. Omaha Livestook. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. South Omaha, March 13.-Cattle-Re ceipts, 2,ooo head. Market steady. Na tive steers, $3.8o05.4o; cows and heifers, $3.2504.oo; canners, $2.ookj3.oo; stock ers and feeders, $3.oo' 4.5o; calves, $3.5' @6.50; bulls, stags, etc., $2.5o(003.85. flogs-Receipts, 3,500 head. Market, 5 6?aoc lower. Heavy, $7.250@735; mixed, $7.20o7.25: light, $email@example.com; pigs, $6.50o (r 7.00; bulk of sales, $7.,2o(07.a5. Sheep-Receipts, 2,oo0 head. Market, steady. Fed muttons, $5.5o*6.oo; west erns, $4.800o5.6o; ewes, $4.ooa!5.ao; conm mon and stockers, $J.firstname.lastname@example.org; laimbbs, $5S5So@7.oo. HOTEL ARRIVALS At the Thornton. P. A. Kenney. San Francisco; Dave Beer, D. A. McDonald, New York; Dr. Mussigbrod, Granite; A. Bollark, San Francisco; N. I.. Trowbridge, New York; Fred Browning, Big Timber; E. J. Mun ger, Mrs. George McLinne, Anaconda; John G. Willis, Dillon; H. M. Freeman, Orange, N. Y.; H. Engels, San Francisco; A. O. Nelson, Great Falls; J. M. Sligh, Anaconda; E. J. Carter, Missoula; W. R. Allen, Anaconda; S. H. Jenken, O. F. Samuelson, Anaconda; L. A. Burrows, Dillon. At the Butte. E. H. Becker, Billings; John Maloney, Puller Springs; E. J. Murphy, St. Paul; J. C. Dawkins, St. Louis; Mrs. Kelly, Miss Kathleen Kelly, Halley; J. T. Hall, San Francisco; H. L. Mussingill, North west territory; G. H. Robinson, Butte; F. L Berry, St. Paul; John Griffith, Louise Ripley, New York; W. A. Tremblay, Miles City; Biddy Bishop, San Francisco; De Las Selway, Dillon. At the Finlon. Charles Maskery, Pendleton, W. H. Mc Farland, Seattle; D. A. Boughman, St. Louis; F. M. Traphagen, M. A. Lamnie, Bozeman; J. C. English, Anaconda; W. R. Pendland, Medicine Hat; J. T. Thellburger, Chicago; C. C. Wyle, Helena; J. G. Shap lcy, Minneapolis;; George Drain, Omaha; J. E. Pitts, Cincinnati; J. H. Williams, Denver; J. H. Cochran and wife, Ana conda; Mrs. O. Schiobler, Johnstown, Pa.; George Thomas, Denver; E. Brown, W. D. Martin, Helena; S. F. Murphy, Geofge Stephens, Great Falls; J. W. Burly. Den. ver; C. F. Floyd, city; W. H. Strong, Pheonix, A. T.; Edward Brown, Salt L.ake: J. S. Sandleir, Great Falls: Will iam T. Irvine, city; J. T. Baden, Seattle. At the Southern. H. C. Hickey, Boseman; G. Parsons, city: A. Anderson, Calgary, Ireland; John McKay, Williston, N. D.; P. N. Catron, Shelby; M. N. Rathborn, Salt Lake; D. A. Murray, city; Marry Bertrand, Macbeth; Frank Lyons, Park City; S. F. Walker, Bozeman; W. Milkin, Des Moines; Alvin Bennett, city; E. E. Wilson, Ogden; Mrs. G. Fetters, Mrs. F. Dalton, Mrs. J. Rosens son, Hamby; E. Morterson, city. The companies having steamers in the Alaskan trade offer to subscribe for stock enough in the Marconi company to fur nish money for the immediate establish. ment of wireless telegraph plants along the dangerous coast of British Columbia. NOTICE. Anti-trust democratic party caucuses and primaries of, in and for the city of Butte to select delegates and alternates to at tend a convention of said anti-trust demo cratic party to be held on Monday, March 16, at 8 o'clock p. m., at 33 West Broad. way, in said city, for the purpose of nomi nating one mayor, one police magistrate, one city treasurer, one alderman for each ward in the city of Butte, will be held on Saturday, March 14, at J o'clock p. sm. as follows: First Ward-a43 East Granite street. Second Ward-3jo North Main street. Third Ward-s to North Wyoming street. Fourth Ward-r14 West Granite street. Fifth Ward-a South Oklahoma street. Sixth Ward-as4 South Montana street. Seventh Ward-Braund hou e. Eighth Ward-6os South Main street. Convention to be composed of 64 dele. gates, eight from each ward. JAMES, M. DENNY, Chairman. Open. Close. Southern Railway .......... a14 Southern Pade ........... 64 6 St. Louis & San Francisco.. 784 79 Smelter ...... ........... 48L3 48 Sugar Reinery ............ a4 14 St. Paul.. ....... 16...63 :63 Tenenssee Coal & Iron..... 6a9 63s Toxu Padie ............. 384 3. 9 Union Paollo .............. 94 194 United States Steel ........ I 373 do. preferred ............. 86 86 Wabash ...... ........... sN do. preferred ............ 48 4 Western Union ........... 893 ) 94 Wisconsin Central ......... a6 asM do. preferred ............ So so Wheeling & Lake Erie....... *44 244 Money at 3 per cent. Total sales, 417,Soo shares. STOCKS ON DECLINE Majority of Shares Show Slight Depression Today. SY ASSOCIATED PaIUS. New York, March s3.-The majority of stocks showed opening declines of small fractions. There were exceptions among a few conspicuous stocks, notably South ern Pacific, Louisville, St. Paul, United States Steel and Manhattan, the last named selling ex-dividend of aH. There was a break of t point In Amal gamated due to the sharp reaction in the London copper market, but the stock re covered all the loss. The demand for Southern Pacific and support for Amal gamated Copper stifled any efforts to fur ther depress the market. When the bears ceased operations, dealing became semi stagnant, but there was a gradual harden ing all around. Sugar jumped from 123 to 124 on one transaction, then fell back to a3j gradually. Southern Pacific crossed 63 near ir o'clock and the general market became more active. A brisk movement was initiated in the Wabash, the common rising tH and the preferred ah. The ad vance in Louisville reached a;4 and Read ing aH. In the Pacific stocks, local tractions and specialties, advances were scored of I to I;;. The absence of any flurry in the money market gave promise of a favorable bank statement. Prices fell back a frac tiont before noon, but Reading renewed the advance. londs were steady at noon. Prices were inclined to work lower when Amalgamated made a renewed decline to the lowest. The effect on the rest of the market was slight, seeming rather more to check the demand than to affect prices. North American fell off I and North western IV,. The stability of the market despite a 6 per cent call loan, caused the bulls to start a general upwtfrd movemsent. The profit-taking by traders caused a desul tory reaction amounting to a point in Wabash preferred, the Pacifies and other leaders of the advance. Amalgamated got s!/4 under last night, Anaconda 3'/ and Northwestern 2%. The closing was in tensely dull and steady. COPPER MINING QUOTATIONS (Reported by Coe Commission Co.) Boston, March 13.-Mining stocks were quoted today as follows: Anaconda - - - - $119.00 Amalgamated - - - 73.62 Osoeola - - - - 76.25 Parrott * . " 82.50 Tamarack ..- - 185.00 Shannon - - - . " 12.75 Utah Consolidated - - - 80.0 New York Copper. BY ASSOCIATED PRSSa. New York, March zs.-Lead and Cop per unchanged. Chicago Wheat. aY ASSOCIATnD PR5US. Chicago, March is.-May wheat opened a shade lower to a shade higher, at 744@ 7Sc, sold to 713c, then declined to 74HC, closing at 74HC, a loss of '4@ c. San Franoisoo Wheat. BY ASSOCIATED PaSu. San Francisco, March s3.-Wheat, easier; May, .,3606% ; December, t.ao3 ; spot, dull, $S.4oe0.45. Barley, easier: May, :.ty%; December, 875; cash, $r.164. Liverpool Wheat. BY ASSOCIATID PRESS. Liverpool, March s3.-Wheat, close: March, no sales; May, 6us t 4d; July, 6s I' d. ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND POWER PLANT FOR HAVRE In Addition There Is to Be a Telephone System Installed in the Town. SPECIAL TO TlHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Havre, March r3.-Havre within two weeks will have a telephone system in operation, and it is expected that the new electric light plant being built by E, V. Hauser will be ready to deliver light to the people of the city June '. The contract for the powerhouse has been let to Mc Farlane & Sherry, who will immediately commence construction of tlte structure, which will be of stone 35x7o feet in size, to be located in the rear of the Hlotel Havre. The telephone plant will start with about Afive subscribers and with many more in sight. The Havre Telephone company has pur chased the line between Havre and Assin. niboine, built by the Broadwater Pepin company, and will connect it with the switchboard carrying all the local 'phones. It it not at-all unlikely that the Havre line may be extended to Chinook. The wires and p)oles for the lighting of the city have been put in place, and the city has con tracted with the company for nine lights for which a stipulated price of $So per month each is to be paid. Nearly every business house in the city has been wired and all that remains is the completion of the powerhouse before this municipality will be enjoying the advantages of clec tric tlights, CLASSIFIED ADS 1 CENT WORD Every Want Listed Here HELP WANTED-MALE WANTED-soo smen for laborinl work on grade and lues: wages Sa.o per day of nft hours. Washoe Copper Company, , t dai, Mont. LIST YOUR work here. Help supplied free; plenty work now. St. Paul Em 1-mymnent olfice, t o N. Main. 'Phone 3II. WANTED-A partner in a good paylag restaurant. Apply at Formel's, No. too West Porphyry, or No. jas South Ma.l. FOR RENT FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms for one or two gentlemen. Private family, I19 W'est Copper. TO RENT--Five-room brick fiat, modern; ranlge, heater, shades, etc.; west side; l.osa, in; $jo. Curtis & Majors. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms; modern. So. N. Main. ROt) MS-Nicely furnished, front suite; heat and bath; $ao a month. so6 N. Washington St. TRANSIENT -Special, York lock. No. 66 West Park. HOTEL OXPFORD-Rooms $So up. First class; modern conveniences. So. Main. FOR RENT-HOUSES HOl'SE--Four-room, brick; modern. Apply rear 8a9 Colorado St. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE Fi-O SALlH-Great ba rgains areal estae this week. Apply at Formal's, No. tee West Porphyry or No. ass South Male. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU PEOPI.I'S Employment Bureau. Supplies all help free. a9 N. Main. 'Phone aog. FOR SALE-FURNITURE *'1- SALE-Cheap, $soo hotel range only s$oo, , small house safe, t upright piano, I haby grand piano, r boarding house refrigerator, t organ, $a5 steel en gravings for $5S, a new 9-piece birdseye maple $S,ooo Iledroom suit for $5oo, bed room suits, spring nattressres fur $Sa.5o and $s5, worth double. We have desks, letterpresses, wardrobes, $5, $7.5o and $So; $65 sideboard only $js. l'ack, ship and storage, buy sell and exchange. I.arg eat house in the West. Butte Exchange Furniture company, ao West Uroadway. J. Chauvin, Manager. 0 FOR SALE-A cosy ao-room lodging house; rent only $3S per month. Apply at Formel's, No. soo West Porphyry street, or No. 33a South Main. FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS FUR SALE--RestaurMant and confection cry store, cheap. Apply at Formel's, No, to9 West Porphyry street, or No. Isa South Main. PERSONAL WANTED)-You to be protetted in the Harrison Mutual Burial Association See Sherman & Reed. LOST LOST-A pair of eyeglasses. Finder please return to Public Library, receive reward. LOAN OFFICE SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE-.No. ts East Park street. Money loaned on every article of value. MONEY TO LOAN-Low rate of interest. At Girson's, No. a4 East Park. ASSAYERS THOMAS BUGGY, assayer and chemist. No. sao North Main street, Butte. JOHN R. BAPTY-Assayer, No. may Hlam ilton street, Butte, Montana. FITZPATRICK & LEWIS-Assayers. Successors t3 A. B. Ros.abauer, roS N. Wyo. st. 'Phone 659-B. P. O. Box I 14. AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVERS AI. KINDS made to order. Alexander Macaulay, 3la South Main. 'Phone 6a. ACCORDION PLAITING eas West Broadway. 'Phone gaj-F. BOOKS AND STATIONERY NOVELS bought, sold and exchanged, at Palmer's, No. S8 East Broadway. CLEANING AND DYEING PAUMIE'S Parisian Dye House-All work guaranteed. No. 6o West Galena street. 'Phone 147-A. French dyeing and cleaning. HORSES WANTED WANTED)-Horse, brown or black, :,200 pounds, gentle. 4a West Broadway. FOR SALE-CIGAR CASES FOR SALE-Three plate floor cigar cases cheap. 44 W. Park, l'ennsylvania block lobby. PEOPLE'S PARTY CONVENTION. Butte, Montana, March 13, 19go.3. A convention of the people's party of the city of Butte is hereby called to meet in Department No. a of the district court, in the courthouse, Butte, Montana, on Mon day. March 16, 1ro3, at a o'clock p. m. Said convention is called for the pur pose of nominating candidates for the fol lowing olices: Mayor, city treasurer, police magistrate and out alderman fronm each ward in the city, to be voted for at the city election to be held on Monday, April 6, m9oJ, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the convention. A primary meeting will be held in each ward on Saturday, March 14, 19o3, froIH S to 8 o'clock p. m., for the purpose bf selecting delegates to the said convene tion. Following are the places selected for holding of said primary meetings: First Ward, 2ao Anaconda road. Second Ward, 34 West Copper street. Third Ward, on south side of Granite, between Arizona and Court streets. Fourth Ward, 16 North Washington street. Fifth Ward, on East Park street, be twetet Ohio and Arizona streets. Butte Business Directory For the Benefit of Busy People. S111 I i SECURE. A tenant for that vacant house of yours by using the Rcal Estate columns of the Inter Mountain. Their great value to Real Es.tate Advertiersr lies in the fact that they have always brought prompt and positive returns. The circul;tion of the Inter Mountain is not only large, but far-reaching, which makes it Ithe moat valu able factor you have at your service for getting what you want. CARPET CLEANING IIAVING installed new machinery this season, we are prepared to clean more carpets and do better work than ever be fore. We cordially invite the public to in spect our Ipliat and see their carpets cleaned whlile they wait. ()tr rernodeling departmentl is conmelet with the latest tlmachines. We anctarntee your carpets to be free from dut, spots or stains. With our rysteilt we saveI yout the cost of scoutr ing, as we can restore the colors in your carpet and raise the ~apwp without the use of water. aclds or mmllnlia or horax. Butte I iphiolst.es ing on. (lE.(. IF. SIIAI.., Manager. Corner Montana aund l'rlphyry. 'rlc phone (tN M (leaning o.--'.are ts . ewell. remod eled, ()ri.ental rugs scoured. I to W. Ilroad way. 'Lelepllole N7A. COLLECTIONS BUITTE ADJUS°TMENT C'MPl'ANY Collects bad buils; try it. ass N. Main. CARPENTER AND JOBBER SATISFACiTORY work, lowes't esitauat i. W. I. Wynne, No. st last Plrphjry. 'Phone 6su -F. DRUGGISTS REMOVit)\ 'F-Thu Owl lharnacy to 5g s6 East Broadway, olpposite the TIiornton. ELECTRIC BATHS l.:CTRIC TI'RRA MIENIS- SBody msn sage, chiropody, :uperflinou hair rc moved,. l'arlrs 45 48 )wsley. EXPRESS WAGONS RING World's inox or 'pnmte :oo. HAIRDRESSING MRS. A. IIIRTIIRIGliT, hairdresing, manicure, chiropodist. 114 West Bdwy. HARNESS AND SADDLES BEST workmanship, lowest prices guaran teed. Alexander Macaulay, No. sia South Main. 'Phone 6a. HOUSE MOVNG HlSl.EON I, & SM I' I --ll -Hou s moving and raising. S5t W. Park. Phone 8,roll. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY CURTAINS laundered and darned, as cents and up pair. 517 South Montana. MONEY TO LOAN MONEr to loan on any kind of secuailty. The l)avcwaport Co., as5 Hamilton street. LOANS-Money to loan at 8 per cent; no deiays. Hall Brothers, No. 48 Last Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS-On furniture; low rates. Room a, No. 77 West Broadway. MO2IEl. TO LOAN-Jackman & Arml. tags Co., Hirbour block, northeast cornet Mai: and Broadway. MUSIC TEACHERS JUI1. N. O.S)N--'l'eacher violin, man dolin. 148 W. Granite. 'Phone Hi6M. MRS. A. I.. IIAIT''L.EY- Curnetist. In structions give',. 14 W. Copper. Sixth Ward, corlier Dakota and Ga lena streets. Seventh Ward, 653 South Arizona. Eighth Ward, 7ai South Main street. Representation in said convention will be eight delegates and eight alternates front each ward in the city. city. By order of central committee. JOHN (;. IYRNE, Chairman. JOHN I)ORAN, Secretary. Alleged Robbers. Dillon, March 13.--Fred Sinclair and George Adkins, the two men arrested here on suspicion of having rubbed Frank Lac key at l.ima, were arraigned today and will enter their pleas tomorrow l.ackey says he can positively identify them, while the accused say they can soon prove their in nocence, They are youthful in appearance. Head Tax on Indians. Helena, March 3,.-Charlod, a Flathead chief, came here today to see Col. Charles D. Curtis, an old friend, to ask him to use his influence in inducing the government to revoke ia rule recently placed in force requiring the Indians to pay the govern ment $i per head annually for all cattle owned in excess of too. The chief says that it is a great injustice, 1 Cent A Word MASQUERADE COSTUMES MME. R()lINS()N, eschluive costumig,l. No. tou West (ranite. MUsks, wigs, rent or srle. MIDWIFE PRIVATE home for ladnes. ,ug IpUkkos at. Mits . it\ WA 1.1.At I - -I'tofisiional ntit wifl'; lollmlr Int rnlllllllnlntL. 43J6 S. WVytnitig St. MESSENGER SERVICE IIIN,; \V'i rtl', hix or 'plotie an. NOODLE PARLORS MIIWAll Nundle I'ark t+--Itnpui tri l*te teas, Inuolli.i. ('hIthi, .uSi M.iw.ah Co.. No. lite, corner Merrntrv the .lley. OCULIST AND AURIST mI. T. A. ti(1 ;1;i; -.ty,, car , ise, throst anllt Ihng-; iric.esl r::oleI.tt, ; ll llns (ia :L. No. 41 Ilirbottr Inilhing. 'luhoe i.14A. PHOTOGRAPHERS £)( S:il:AU & 'Il.ldSt iN I't ,tg,;apbh. ere; Irst-class woik guaranteed. No&l at.-a19 Ea.st Park street. PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS TUlNI.ILY'S SCIual,--All inrldr taught. No. 4J1 Wrt Mercury. i.nly private schunl. SECOND-HAND GOODS ,tI;11.t*I.. No. 4; W\V.t It ialadway, paye the hip.hesIt :iash priet for ser olil hand Ih oiuthnlul go.dtI; has neiw r:anges to ex rh;lIie tutfr Oit .Itvr'i, ald urllitllur play freight to ti,.ighthI. iug townI . P'acks, htlires olr caclichange(. yiu ol(llrnature. "WAN'III)- Stct.; tl hand flurniture lcuult and sold. No. j3.1 East Park street, Imltte. Telephone 686-F. B. McNamara. SCIENTIFIC MASSEUR MRS L1 D. CARSON, scientila masseur. Offes ..os. se.ars Penmaylvauia build Ing. 'i'hone 99f-1. SURGICAL II. IH. IIANSON, M. I1)-General opera tive surgeon. ()lites; as, a6, ay, Silver Bow Black. Telephone 40a. STOVE REPAIRS SCOTT Stove Repair Works removed Mt No. ,S East Park. Telephone No. 611. TAILORING LAltGI;ST stock, lowrst prices, sati:;fac tory work. The lig 4--4 South Wyo. ming. )DAN C(A.Ll:De -'Tailur. New designs slrig and sumumer woolens. Jo N. Main. TRANSFERS WIlY MOVIE your household goods and other valuables in an open wagon whoa you can move so much cleaner, quicker and cheaper in our new van? Call up Telephone a3. Montana Truck & Tranasfe Co. Oft :e: No. as West Broadway. JUNK-HIDE DEALERS (;c)(l)Oc)N & I'IRI.I.SON Scrap iron, metal, hides. No. jao East Platinum, 'Plhone 639. NOTICE ( II IARING PET'I'ITION FOR FINALI DISCIIARGE OF BANKIRUIPT. In the District Court of the United States, District of Montana. In the matter of Charles Engler, bank. rupt: Notice is hereby given that on the rath day of March, A. D., sgoj, In the above entitled court, Charles Engler of Butte filed his petition for a final discharge and that the said court fixed the 3tst day of March, A, D., 1903, at to a. m., at the courtroom of said court, in the city of Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, as the time and place for hearing said petition, at which time and place all creditors and other persons Interested may appear and offer objections, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted and said petitioner discharged. Witness, the Hon. Hiram Knowles, judge, and the seal of said court affixed, at Butte, Montana, this 1ath day of March, A. D., zoos. Attest: GEORGE W. SPROTULE, [SEAL.1 Clr By T. B. STEPHENS, Deputy Clerk.