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(Reported by Coe Commission Co.) New York, Sept. t.-The opening and clos ing quotations on the stock exchange today were as followes Open. Close. Amalgamated Copper ............ So 489 Anaconda Mining Company....... 8, 83 Atchison, Topeka & "Santa Fe.... 64 6j34 do. preferred..................... goy 9o4 Baltimore & Ohio ............... 8j34 8J4 Bronklyn Rapid Transit..........4 473 453 Canadian Pacific............... .... s s4H Chesapeake & Ohio............ 4 133t Chicago & Alton................... 2j34 2a Chicago Great Western............ 17 :6f Consolidated Gas............... 17....6 76 Erie................................. o jo do. first preferred............ 67 674 Louisvifle & Nashville............o6 os Leather............................. 834 834 Manhattan Consolidated...........s3534 s. 4 M., St. P. & S. Ste. Marie........ 58 57 Metropolitan Traction.............634 1s434 Missouri Pacific..................... 94 New York Central.................a asa Norfolk & Western ............ 6j3 63H Northwestern .....................6634 :663 Ontario & Western ....... ..... a334 34 Pennsylvania Railway .............a 12434 People's Gas.................. . 9534 95s Reading............................ SS53 SS Rock Island........................ 94 a5 Southern Railway................. 23 a4a LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS Chicago Livestook. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Chicago, Sept. r.--Cattle-Receipts, 6,000 head. Market slow. Good to prime steers, $5.40o6.ro; poor to medium, $.firstname.lastname@example.org; stock ers and feeders, $a.so04.35; cows, $email@example.com; heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; cancers, $t.5o@a.So; bulls, $email@example.com calves, $3.5oQ.6.75; Texas-fed steers, $3J.a@S.oo; western steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs-Receipts today, 11,ooo head; tomor. row, 3o,ooo head. Market steady. Mixed and butchers, $s.aonS.8o; good to choice heavy, $5.4oVS.70; rough heavy, $s.oo@s.Jo; light, $5.40 46.os; bulk of sales, $email@example.com. Sheep-Receipts, a8,ooo head. Sheep and lambs, lower. Good to choice wethers, $3.to@ 3.75; fair to choice mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org; western sheep, $.email@example.com; native lambs, $3.SoOtS75; western lambs, $4.oo@.zo. Kansas City Livestock. BY ASSOCIATED PRESs. Kansas City, Sept. s.-Cattle-Receipts, Is,ooo head, including *,soo head Texans. Market teady. Native steers, $4.oo04.5S; Texas and FIVE ARRESTS ARE MADE AT BIERUT TURKISH SULTAN DOES HIS BEST TO PACIFY INDIGNANT AMIERICA. AT WORK ON MAGELSZEN CASE Claim Is Now Made by the Porte That Vice Consul Was Not Even Shot At. (Continued from Page One.) ern Macedonia is possible at any time. The Autonomy prints a telegram from Constantinople declaring that the sultan, influenced by the consuls of Germany, now favors war with Bulgaria. The Turks here, however, take an opti mnistic view, asserting that there is no danger of a war, as Turkey does not de sire one and Prince Ferdinand and the present Bulgarian government are not in a position to force hostilities. The Bulgarian agent at Uskub reports that detachments of Turkish troops sent to garrison the small towns in that villayet, have spread destruction along their route; the villagers have been robbed and beaten, the women violated and the Christian population subjected to every conceivable outrage while the local authorities appear to be helpless to stop the atrocities. At the village of Drachme, six miles from Uskub, the soldiers attacked all the peasants without the gendarmes interfering on behalf of the latter. The Bulgarian agent specifies similar ex cesses in many other villages and the posi tion of the Bulgarian residents is reported to be terrible, as the cruelties committed by the Turkish authorities exceed all lim its. Mystery in -Movements. SY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Sofia, Sept. z.-The non-arrival here of Prince Ferdinand and the mystery sur rounding his movements, although charac teristic, he always having maintained sim ilar reticence and indeendence regardng his movements, causes anvxiety. One report says the prince has gone through Roumania to the palace of Euxinograd, sicar Verna, while according to another re port he is at the Philippines. In Mace donian circles it is believed that he fears to return to Sofia owing to the receipt of threatening letters. First Official Dispatch. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Washington, Sept. r.-The first official dispatch coming directly from Beirut re garding the Magelzsen affair has been received by Secretary Hay. It is dated August 3z and signed by Consul Ravendale. It says: "The attempt on Magelzsen's life failed utterly. A narrow escape, but the vice consul suffered no injury." Body Is Cremated. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Boston, Sept. z.-Strictly private services for Frederick Law Olmstead, the famous landscape artist, were held yesterday at the Mount Auburn cemetery chapeL The body was afterward cre mated, To Prohibit Immigration, BY AssOCIATED PRESS, Lima, Peru, Sept. z.-A motion was sub mitted in the chamber of deputies yester day to prohibit the immigration into Peru of the members of those religious orders which were expelled from France, Or. Barkhausen Dead. Berlin, Sept. z.-Dr. Barkhausen, presi dent of the Prussian Evangelical church, is dead. Money Converses. "Now1 witness," said the opposing at torney, 'are you willing to swear that the defendant was under the influence of liquor at the time?" "No, sits I never swear," replied the witness. 'But I am willin eto bet vou uir to ;g that he was."--CIcinnalti En quirer. Open. Close. Southern Pacific .................. 4s51 4511 Smelter .... ....................... 4S3' 45 Sugar Relnery ......................s6 1s634 St. Paul .............................4334 142% Tennessee Coal & Iron............ 43 42 Texas I'acific ..................... 274 27 U'nion Pacific.................. 6i 753 United States Steel................ s..! s do. preferred.................... 71s 70o Wabash ................ .......... asyI t14 do. preferred................... 3514 3534 Wisconsin Central................... spH '1 do. preferred................... 4034 40oL Money at a24 per cent. Total sales, 433,400oo. Boston Copper Stooke. (Reported by Coe Commission Co.) Boston, Sept. 1.-Today's mining shares on the stock exchange were listed as follows: Amalgamated......................... $48.7 Anaconda .................................. 3. Osceola....................... ........ 6.00 Parrot.......................... ... so.87 bMohawk ................................... 4.50 Daly.West................. ........... 40.5 Tamarack ............................., o00.00 Utah Consolidated ....................... 28.2 Shannon ........................, O.l. Centennial.......................... . o.62 United States........................... ao.O. Trinity................................. 7.37 Indian steers, $.firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas cows, $a.oo@ s.So; native cows and heifers, $a.S.@4.25; stockers and feeders, $a.~4.as$; bulls, $S.oota 3.651 calves, $a.os@,5o. Ilogs-Receipts, 7,ooo head. Market steady. Bulk of sales, $email@example.com; heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.orgJ i packers, $S.4a'/s.6o; medium, $5.oQs5.65; light, $5.6oas.i8o; yorkers, $s.SoUS.8o; pigs, $5.60 @'.75. Sheep-Receipts, 7,ooo head. Market strong. Muttons, $email@example.com; lambs, $a.go(s,sjo; range wethers, $a.So04.oo; ewes, $2.so@'.90. Omaha Livestock. Omaha, Sept. s.-Cattle-Receipts, 4,0oo head. Market steady. Native steers, $4.4o4..oo; cows and heifers, $3.00oo4.S; canners, $i.So@a.as; stockers and feeders,, $firstname.lastname@example.org; calves, $s.oo. 5.oo; bulls, stags, etc., $email@example.com. lIogs-Receipts, 8,ooo head. Market so cents lower. Heavy, $S.ioc5.as; mixed, $5.stSJS.zs; light, $S.firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs, $S.email@example.com; bulk of sales, $SS.s0S.3o. Sheep-Receipts, sa,ooo head. Market steady to lower. Fed muttons, $3.s@S.S5o; wethers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; ewes, $email@example.com; lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org. IN THE STREET TODAY BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Sept. i.-The majority of stocks were a shade higher for opening prices, but there were a few important exceptions. Metro. politan Street Railway dropped sH and the Securities company 5 on a revised view of the transfer of the underwriting syndicate holdings announced yesterday. Pressure developed against the general run of active stocks on moderate offerings. Metro politan Street Railway declined 3%, and Amal gamated, Brooklyn, Reading and Wabash s@ as. Sharp declines were also made by the Western stocks and a few others of less promi. nence. The market sagged quite steadily during the second hour, and there was a more general display of weakness in the standard stocks. Declines of a point or more in such leaders as St. Paul, Missouri Pacific, Baltimore & Ohio, New York Central, Rock Island and Manhat tan exerted a depressing effect on the entire list. Metropolitan Street Railway declined to 153%.. Anaconda broke 4. Boston Wool. BY ASFOCIATED PRESS. Boston, Sept. s.-The wool market has been rather quiet for a week, but prices are firm. Territory wool heads the list of sales. Fine territory scoured is quoted at 5a@53c; ,ne medium, on the basis of soc and medium at 45@46c. Fleece wools are in fair demand, gut offerings are not large; therefore, few transac. tlons are made. Ohio and Pennsylvania XA and above are quoted at 33@34c; X, 3a@33e; No. s, 32a33c; No. a, 3r@32c; Michigan X and above, a6@a7c; No. s and No. a, 60agC. Aus, tralian wool offerings are very light and prices are firm. Combing, choice scoured, calls for 83'85c; good, 7808oc, and average, 7S@78c. Metal Market. DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Sept. .--Lead, easier at $4.s25 copper, quiet at $i3.750S3.85. St. Louis Wool. DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. St. Louis, Sept. i.--Wool, unchanged; Ter ritory and Western mediums, a6018c; . ne medium, as5@t7; fine, 5Stib6e. BUTTE BRIEFS Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. Misses Alice and May Edmunds, well known Butte school teachers, have re turned from Boston, where they spent their summer vacation. Lippincott & Darrow, a66 Pennsylvania block. Born, August 30, to the wife of James Sullivan, 898 North Main street, a son. Social dance, Renshaw hall, Wednes days and Saturdays. Born, August 3r, to the wife of James Egan, 314 North Washington street a son. J. G. Bates, Piano Tuner. Residence, "The Dorothy." Tel. 699A. The last opportunity for prospective set tlers to conic to Montana this year will be between September 1s and November 30, when tickets will be sold on all railroads from Missouri river points at the rate of $So. It is expected that many home seekers will avail themselves of the oppor. tunity to come into the great West cheaply. MY FRIEND, ANNABEL LEE, Mary 'MacLane's latest book. They are now on sale at the Postoflice News Stand, 57 West Park street. 3on Ton, Elite Styles, Costume Royal, Art la Mode, Vogue, Toilettes, and other fall fashion books, just received. Unhistorical Remarks. "Noah," said his wife the day after they landed, I must have $soo immediately, All my dresses look as if they had come out of the ark I" 'Later, she wept to think that with such a good excuse she hadn't struck him for $1,000ooo. Sir Walter Raleigh had pointed out that Queen Elizabeth was the original summer girl, "You see," he continued, with a glance at the block, "your majesty cuts so many summer acquaintances." Herewith she was fain to pardon him from the tower for his wit--New York Sun. fNo Strong Ones There. "Well," said D'Auber, whose master piece had been rejected, "I never realized the truth of the old proverb until I saw this exhibit." "What proverb?" Inquired his friend. "'The weakest must go to the wall.'"' -Philadelphia Press., CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD EVERY WANT LISTED HERE DEATHS AND FUNERALS IIAMRY-Mrs. Margarita llamry, wile of John Hiamry, aged ao years, died this atter noon at the family residence, No. 6Ea boutn Idaho street. HELP WANTED-MALE WANTED-Salesmen, up.to-date, active, to sell first.class groceries to consumers at whole sales first-class territory and liberal induce. ments. George Meldrum & Co., 69 N. Green street, Chicago, Ill. WANTED-A boy. Unique Tailoring Co., 63 West Broadway. WANTED-First.class teamster for city; young. Address Z. SITUATION WANTED-MALE WANTED-Man wants light work in town. Address Man for Light Work, Inter Moun. tain. WANTED-Good man wants dishwashing. Address Dishwasher M, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Deliveryman wants work; knows the town. Address Deliveryman, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Walter in restaurant wants work, Address Walter, Inter Mountain. WANTED-At clerk wants position. Address Clerk, Inter Mountain. SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE WANTED-Young lady of experience desires position in a store as clerk. Address gas, Tenth avenue, Ielena, Montana. WANTED-Little girl wants place as nurse girl. Address Nurse Girl, Inter Mountain. WANTEI)-Good addresser wants addressing or copying. Addresser, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Chambermaid wants work in town. Address Chambermaid, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Respectable lady housekeeping. where there is no woman over her. Adt'ress Housekeeper, Inter Mountain, , WANTED-Waitress wants situation in town. Address Waitress, Inter Mountain. WANTED--Position as housekeeper. Addrebs H. A., Inter Mountain. WANTED-Seamstress wants sewing. Address Seamstress, Inter Mountain. FOR RENT-ROOMS MODERN Jeffrey block; hot and cold water in each room; porcelain baths; electric light; all sunny rooms; good view; well furnished; new management. No. a6 East Park. NICELY furnished suite of front rooms for housekeeping; gas range, steam heat, electric light; 17 West Broadway. FOR RENT-Very pleasant front parlor; elea.* tric lights, bath, etc. Terms reasonable; 404' West Granite street. FOR RENT-Three rooms for light house. keeping, including bathroom. No. 6o$ South Main. FORl RENT-Nicely furnished rooms, No. sta West Galena; trasaients a specialty. Williams house. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished rooms; tran. slents a specialty. Dorholcr block, p South Montana. FOR RENT-Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Upton block, 453%' S. Main. FOR RENT-Lynch block; all modern outside rooms; firstclass. $8. No. nso East Park. HOTEL OXFORD-Rooms Iso up; frst-class; modern conveniences. South Main. TRANSIENT-Special. York block, 66 West Park. FOR RENT-One furnished room. No. 840 West Park. HOUSEMOVERS EXPERIENCED housemover, Edgar Dayton, 438 South Ohio. Tel. 727. Office 267 E. P'ark. FOR SALE-FURNITURE A WORD to the wise-3oo heating stoves at oe on the dollar, good as new; now is the time to put them up. $65.oo new piano finish ladies' or gents' private house secretary, only $45,00oo; $35.00 new folding beds, only $2o.oo; 1 good as new $45o.oo piano only $200.o00oo; t good piano only $7S.oo; bedroom suites, ranges and rockers at soc on the dollar and less. Butto Exchange Furniture Co. The great packing, shipping and storage warehouse. Buy, sell and exchange. J. Chauvin, president and manager. FOR SALE-Furniture; apply 4ra W. Granite. WANTED-ROOMS \VAN'l'EI)--Thlre hMouskeeping rooms, fur.: nished, with use of bath, for man and wife, in central part of city; terms not to exceed $.o to $25 per month. Address M. S., Inter Moun. tain. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS \VANTEDI)--To buy for country paper, one newspaper press. Address V'lalnde.ler, Ilavre, Mont. WILL BE GREAT FAIR Every fair or exposition, international or national, as announced as "the greatest yet," and if all the figures of preliminary announcements were justified, the success of each succeeding fair would be so great as to make impossible any serious effort to compete with it at a succeeding one. The St. Louis Fair next year will be, it is anonunccd, twice as large as any former exhibition. The Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia covered 236 acres; the Paris Exposition of 1899-19oo covered 336 acres, the Columbian Exposition at Chii cago, 633 acres, but the new World's Faifr at St. Louis will caver x,18o acres. The construction of the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition' cost $8,5oo,ooo, that of the Paris Exposition, $9,00o,000, and of the Columbian Exposition, $27,250o, ooo. The estimated cost of the St. Louis Fair is $30,ooo,ooo. Before the exposition gates are open, the city of St. Louis will have expended, and is now committed to the expenditure of $2o,ooo,ooo. Of this amount 5,ooo, ooo was appropriated for the fair through the Municipal Assembly; citizens of St. Louis raised $5,ooo,ooo more by private subscription. By popular vote at a special election charter amendments were carried which will enable the city to expend $So,, ooo,*oo more. The attendance at the Vienna Exposi. tion of 1873 was 7,254,687, and the re ceipts $6,975,832; at Philadelphia in 1876 the attendance was 9,910o,996 and the re ceipts $3,813,735; in Paris, 1878, the at tendance was 16,032,725 and receipts $2,535,650o; n Paris, z4 years ago there was 38,149,353 attendance and $8,300,000 receipts, and in 1893 at Chicago, 2s,539, 521 attendance and $r4,1s7,33s receipts.-, New York Sun, BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY for Benefit of Busy People Tap the Telephone Wire... And ask for 'Phone 428, one ring, and telephone your Want Ad to the INTER MOUNTAIN. It will be inserted at once and a bill for the same mailed to ,, you. This will save you lots of trouble, besides you will be able to get your want filled in the quickest possible time. Or, if you have no 'phone, just mail your ad., enclosing stamps or coin at rate of One Cent a Word for all wants, be they for help or a situation, or if you want to buy or sell anything. FoRtALE. - aM ISCELLANEOUS Ilt)R SA..lE.-Strong bhngy and single harness, is , oo. t 5. O) 1 (Colorado street. 10 ''RADE--A Ilulte grocery for improved property. Address Grocer, care of Inter Mountain. KtoDAK WORK and enlarging at Eastern prices. Ilawes, No. as West Mercury. BUSINESS CHANCES ONE IIAL]V interest in well established assay office; a splendid opportunity. Apply at this office. BOARD AND ROOMS HOARD and room for two gentlemen. No. 316 West Granite street. ASSAYERS MEilEIt & WVENtICHI, successors to John R. Bapty; assayers and chemists; bullion melted and assayed or purchased. No. say Hamilton street, Butte, Montana. TltHOMAS IBUGGY, assayer and chemist. No. 43o North Main street, Butte. FITZPI'ATRICK & LEWIS, assayers; tucces. sors to A. B. Rotnbaucr. No. so8 North Wyo sming street. 'Phone 61d--8. P. U. Box 114. AWNINGS, TENTS AND 99cOVES ALL KINDS made to order. Alexander pMacaulay, No. iss South Main. 'Phone 62. ACCORDEON PLAITING No. zsa West BIroadway. 'Telephone 9aj3--'. BICYCLE REPAIRING West Broadway. CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS CLERKS-Learn "Show Card Writing." I, suits, more business for tile firm, better pay for you. Call at local office, I. C. 8., so2 Clark block. Sign of the Electric sign. .CM.EAN IJA . DQ,,Y.EJ 9.NG, PAUMIE'S Parisian Dye House-All work guaranteed. No. do West Galena street. 'Phone 747-A. French dyeing and cleaning. . CARPET. CLEANING( .. BUTTE Upholstering and Carpet Cleaning Company; works corner Montana and Por phyry. Telephone 668--M. .E'ST SIDE Electric Carpet Cleaning Comn pany; carpets sewed, lensdeled, Oriental rttgs scoured. No. sio West Broadway. scle. phone 867-A. %D BMAITQLQQJSTL,...ý lDE) MATOLOLGIST-G-ray hair restored iree of charge; superfluous hair, wrinkles, freckles, moles, warts and the complexion treated by an expert from Mrs. Nettie liar. rison's Dermatological Institute, San Fran. cisco, Cal. Room il, 33s South Main street. SEW1NMACHILRAIB liiWAREI-Do not allow an agent to condemn your sewing machine in order to sell you a new one. You can get it repaired and guaran. teed by Joseph Lupier, at Strasser's. No. as SWest Broadway. TRANSFERS M(ONTANA 1'1TANSI':RI CUO-Freight trans. fer;wmoves engines, boilers, safes, machinery of all kinds; furniture van and storage; piano derrick for use in difficult places; dealers in coal and wood. Telephone s3. Office: No. as West Broadway. W. J. Christie, manager. RING WORLD'S liBX or 'phone soo. . ... .. .. .. .. . . -- - .. . . . DAMP WEATHER The dryness of the present suimmer was the subject under discussion, The talk in a little while veered naturally to the dampness of some of the summers of the past. A clergyman then told an appro priate story. "The dampest summer I remember was in the year IS-, but I am no good at dates," he said. "At any rate there hap. pened in my house during that summer an almost incredible thing. "I had bought in the spring a fi,,me of oak, decorated at the corners with acorns. I had put in this my wife's picture. Well, we went away to Chester Heights for the season, all of us, and the house was closed from June till Septemn her. That was a very damp summer. Vio lins and cameras fell apart, Furniture became unglued. Your clothes would mil dlew while you slept-one morning I found a little mnildew on any whiskers. "In Sepember, on returning home I dis covered nothing but mold and unglued furniture, and fn the library I discovered a little oak tree growing front each cor ner of my wife's picture. The exhilarat ing effect of the dampness on the frame's four acorns, together with a rich soil which a thick coating of dust supplied, had caused the acorns to sprout. There on the frame were four little trees, eacr saveral inches high. It was a pretty and On unusual sight.-Philadelphia Press. Hetor to Achilles, Achilles was dragdlng IHector around the walls of Troy, "Is it strenuous enough for you ?" he in quired at the finish of the second round. "First rate," replied the Trojan with fine earcasm. "Feels just like trying to climb over the end hog on a street car." Smilingly the hero went on the third lap, realizing that his tribulations might be worse.-New York Sun. DRESSMAKING SCHOOL -)REiSSMAKIN(; tIught in shortest possible time by our latest and up to date system. Western Dress Cutting School, No. 6 North Idaho. Sy.~QSESSMAKING DIRESSMAKING and ladies' tailoring in nr specialty. Come and see us and be convinced that our work is tihe best. Slt W. lroadway. DANCING MISS MAE GOtI)E: IROY--Teaches all hah. room and stage dances every afternoon at Eagle hall; also fencing, bag punching and club awinging in whichl she is a mistress of the art. No. ts South Main street. Socials Thursuay evenlings. ELECTRIC TREATMENTS AASSA(GE, superfluous hair removead; chlir. pody; expert hair dresser: manicuring. Nus. 45-48 Owsley block. I'lPhone 864 It. _ HARD CIDER sun ItAIt itE.S hard cider at I'abnher's, 51 East Blroadway. Sc per glass. Try it. HARNESS AND SADDLES I-E'T' workmnallslip, lowest prices guaruantecd. Alexander Mucaulsy, No. isa South Main. 'Piaone 6i. HAIRDRESSING MItS. A. IIItRi RtIIT. hairdressing, mans cure, chiropdist. No. 34y West JIrudlwa-y. HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES 'llM SUUT'IIIIN HO'L'IEL. Butte's Popular Stopping Place. DINNER, aso : t m a: s DINNERI, a.o The best meal and beat cooked fond for aso in Ilutte. You get as much of any and every dialsh offered on the bill ol falure as you wish. Cuisinu unexcelled. DAN T1'EWEY, Proprleltor. JUNK-HIDE DEALERS GOR(,IJN & II'E1ItELSON, a.to East i'liataUumn. 'Phone 6Jp. Pays 4u cents per iou lbs for old paper. LOAN OFFICE IAItt;AINS in diumonld, watclhes and Jewelry at Girson's Loan Office, No. a4 EI. ark St. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY iBEST work, reaaonable prices; satisnaction guaranteed. No. 46 East Granite street. MILLINERY NEW tillinery parlors, No. 647 Utah avenue; So per cent discount on all millinery goods. MASSAGE Ils4. I,. H. CAlS(ON-Scientific ,..a. ur. Offices: Nos. a74--J75 L'vlnuylvania budiding. 'Phone 7-B-I. MUSIC TEACHERS JOHIN N. OLS(N--''eacher violin and man* dolin. No. 148 West Granite. 'Phone 8a6-M. MIDWIFE -IRVA''I h, mie for hlaica 6.7 South Mut.hL, MESSENGER SERVICE I.iNG WtJRLDU'S J1(X1 or telephone aoo. MONEY TO LOAN IOUNI'Y lT LOAN on real estate, ranch property, livestock, pianos or furniture. Biring in your propositl,'lts. Mc(ae & Suivcvson, No. 49 West Park. Room S. UiTNE-'T LFAN-Loans on urniture, rea estate or any securitics. Montana Chattel Loan Co. Office: No. au6 Clark block. iNKY -'LU T LAN at 8 pcr cent on real estate, for from one to three years. Smith tf Jeffries, No. re West Granite. SLEMt)NS & OU TH tsill negotia loan for you on real estate security. Roomrs , a, S, liver Bow block. NRoNEY OT5 tOAN on furniture or any secu rities. Edward Chapman, Rouom a, 77 West Broadway. TLOANS-Money to loan at 8 per cent; no delays. Ifall Brothers, No. 48 East Broad. way, Dutte, Montana. li-7-T-iihi-attMo age Company removed to No. S8 West Park street. MONEY 'T LoAN on soy kind of security. The Davenport Co., No. mis Hamilton street. NOODLE PARLORS MEIWAII Noodle P'arlors-Importers fine teas, noodles. Chau, Suie Meiwab Co. No. 1ip, corner Mercury (the alley). OCULIST AND AURIST DR. T. A. GRL(;G-Eye, ear, nose, throat and lungs; prices moderate; terms cash. No. 41 Hirbour building. 'l'hone oP4--A. OSTEOPATHY DR. K. VIRGINIA IOSETT, Rooms 164 m65 Pennsylvanila building. Ilourst p to ua, a to 4, 7 to 3. Office closed Sundays. STOVE REPAIRING ' the stove man, hans removed tr o :a3 East Park, 'Phone number, 394. INTER MOUNTAIN WANT ADS PAY PERSONAL AI)VI('I" free In delicate legal nltterl; strlctlt confadential; prumptnesse guatanteed. lo M6s, Itutte, Montana. PHOTOGRAPHERS UlN..SIAU & T'l'TIIOMON -l'hotograplrrsg first class work guaranteed. Nos. aJI--119 East 'Park street. PRIVATE SCHOOL MItI TUIINI.I1 Y'S S('llc)oL-AlI grade. taught. No. 43j West Mercury. Only private schoul. II. I1. IIANS()II M. I).- (;eleral operative sIrgeon. (lticles Nos. as, a6, al, Salver luow block. Telerphlone 4qa. SECOND-HAND GOODS Oil(l'i'SI.,, No. 4 West Ilrondwny, pa)s th highest cash price for second hand household g.ods; hls new ranges to exchatngel or old lstors and furnilsre; pays freight to neitghbor ingI ;townsI; packs, stores or exchanges yout ll nlllture. Ms tiltI money tor your ~ffd luriiirniii MiHltP goods for your money. Mt 1i(t stoves, tin and graniteware. MI Hli bargalns than anywhere in the city. M ltItE'S m.ulnd hanld Store, s6 s outh Malie IIlt; it KS.' prices pInid for seconlt.hn.n Itlrni. lure. Y(rldmann & Co., uJ7 West Park street. 'l'hone 97 -M. WANTVI)- Serotnd haIn ttraniture Nlought and sold.. No. S33 En.t Park strect, itutte. Trle. phone 686 FI. E. McNamara. SCAVENGERS 1'E'I'ITlt I(.4SK, No. 147 east Mercury; niglht work. c(rders promplltly filled. SHOE REPAIRING I) tII)IMHt) sad crippled feet our sprciallty expeltl repalilling work gunraultecd. cllhasle Mack, No. ,IH. Norll, Academy. TAILORING (AN nu .lwiate TAlI.tns New Nrtleuit IC iall it wtllll ier woolese. No. .ti N..rrl Itta,,.. MINING AI'I'I.ICATIUN NO. 4631. United States i.nld lffice, Ilherleia, Montanla, Aug,'st 5. i9os3, Notice is ihithy given that, ItRohert Mclltiide, P. 1. Mcltride, Wakeman Sulltonl, Carl J. (apell and Louisi Kufllmal, whose plstlhfftc address is Itutte,. Mhont)ana, have thil daIlty tiled their iapplicatioin for a paitent ilor s,s5o hnear feel, I,ing 65, lire caemterly and tieo feet west. etly fromls dl.ivry shallt of the Met 'lokey lode, and ,5so. linoar lert, helng 3iS feet east. eely anIi s,iH lied weattly imin discovery shit iof ithe I 11fii4ito Lode, Miiing tlatnia, upon whllt Ii clauis a nolire of intention to apply lor a patent was pIllled on the 30th day of July, qagu, situated in (unorgaiinieed) mining district. Silver flow and Jrfierson counties, state of Motlltllnn, designated as Surveys Nos. 69J.6 and 69.7, rraepectivrly, in tlle uninrvryed portion of lactiitnal iTownship 3 north, lItange 7 west, being milre ptarlicularly dresctiierd as follows: .nurvy No. (.g.6, Mc.'olikey Lide: Jlegin. ning at the northwest coiellrr, a granite howlider in pIace, witilesd by hearins tric and rock, and m;iaked - - 16J.-6 for lorner No. I, Isom which 1. '. No. i, 'Townshliip norlth, Itnngs 7 went hears nortlh a degrees ~o snlutes ul arconlld west, 4.ntJ.3 feet; sld running tlience south ole degree went, (.in, lidl; Ithellce nortil 8j degrees Su mninutes elast, 15so feet; thencer north onle degree cast, 600 fret; thence south lJ degrees o50 minutes west, fsua feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of no.so acres, of which 334 acres are In conflict with Surveys Nus. 5798, 6337 and 69a7, not claimed. leavinlg an aiea of 17.16 acres claimed. Survey No. (.17, O(ntario Lde: Ileginning at the nortihwest corner a granile bowider is place, witnesselld y bearing trers and inarked --I- 1.6ir7 for Corner No. s, from which 1. P. No. a, Township 3 north, iiRange 7 west, hears nortlh a degrees as minute lu3 seconids west. 44813. feet, anid running thence south u degrees at minlutes west, 0 Etn feet; thence north 84 degrees o8 minutes teast, 157.I 5 feet; thence north o degrees as minutre east, Soo feet; thence southl 87 degrees 56 minutes west, fo0e feet to tile place ofl egining, containing ssn area of 8ll.9 acres, of which 3.t9 acres are ito conflict with Survey No. G6J38 not claimed, leaving an area of 15.73 acres claimed, of which 2.41 acres are in confllict with Survey No. 69A6; total area of these surveys claimed. 3a.8g acres. The location of Ill.rh claims are of record in the Couilty Becoidcr's office of Silver fow county, Mlontana, thle McCelorkey l.,ide in Itook "V," on J'uge 3Sp and in look "W," on )'age uls; the Ontario ,.ole, in houLk "V," on lPage 65, all books of ltod locations. The adjioning claims to these premises aret To Survey No. 6946, McCloskey Lode; on the north, Survey No. 5748, Fanny Scott ,Lode; on the east, Survey No. 6.30,. Davenport Lode; ons the southeast, Survey No. 6357. May Uclie l.ode; on the west, the hlief Justice Lode, unhurveyed; anid on tile northwest, Survey No. 5y79, Lilian Lode; Survey No. 1570, Stummit lode, Lot I24, Is adlacent on the northeast; to Sitrvey No, 6117, Ontarlo Lode, on this soutlheast, Survey No. 6338, Copper Mountain Lode, and on the northwest, the Chief Justice Lode, unsurveyed. JFRANI( D). MIRACLE, Registcr. SAMUEL iARKEl(I, JiR., Attorney for Aliplicants. (First l'ublication, August 6, t9a3). NORTHERN PACIFIC ELirMER EXe CURSION RATES. The Northern Pacific Is now selling the fol lr.wsg "week end" excursion tickets: Ptipestone and return............... .....s.-,es W hitehaull and return........................ ].ime Spur and return................... . ag. T'win Bridges and return..................., .o Alder and return....................... , On sale Saturdays and Sundays; good return. Ing the following Mondays: Itony and return..................t.,.,.l On sale Saturdays; good returning following Mondays: Bonita and returni............................ 00 On sale for train No, 7 Saturdays; good rs, turning the following Mondays: Whitchall and Twin Bridges and return,..,gl Alder and return....................,. Tickets on sale for excursion train leaving Butte 9:oo a. m. each Sunday and good return. Ins on same train Sunday nights Deer Lodge aind return ...................1l,.o0 On sale Sundays for No. 5, good returning same day only: Hamilton and return.......... ..So. Tickets on sale Wednesdays and Saturdays, and include board and lodging for two days at board and lodging at the JRavalli hotel. Hamilton and return................, ....oqa, Tickets on sale daily and include a week's board and lodging at the Ravalli hotels Ilunter's Hot Springs and return......... los.e Tickets on sale daily and include two days' hoard and lodging at Springs hotels Hunter's Hot Springs and return......... alo.o Tickets on sale daily and include one week's board and lodging at Springs hotel. Hotel tickets can be extended not to exceed two weeks by applying to manager of hotel. Mammoth Hot Springs and return .......llJ,, 0 Tickets on sale for sl141 p. m. train eachi Friday, good returning on No. 13 the follow. Ing Monday and include board and room at the Springs hotel, also while in transit. W, 4 Merriman, general agent.