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NEW YORK QUOTATIONS
(Reported by Coe Commission Co.) New York, Oct. &.-The opening and clos. ing quotations on the stock exchange today were as follows: Open. Close. Amalgamated Copper ............. 404 40. Atchison, Topeka & Santa lFe.... 6j!- 63A do. preferred................... 8 9634 ialtimore & Ohio.............. 74t 74 Brooklyn Rapid Transit........... 33 33 Canadian Pacific........ ......so snyo Chesapeake & Ohio..... ......29 joM Chicago & Alton.............., 14. as1 Colorado Fuel & Iron............ 4. o 40! Chicago Great Western............ S 1 3s Consolidated Gas...............t.... N4 '73 Erie...... ............ . ,7~ 274 do. first preferred.......... 66g 661, Illinois Central ...... .........s s30 Louisville & Nashville............ P7! 9 Leather ............................. 7 sManhattan Consolidated........... 13 3o M., St. P. & S. Ste. Marie........ 54 554 4o. preferred..................r.tif 119 fetropolitan Traction............. 5o4 4 lexican Central ......... ...... zs a l Md., K. & T. preferred............. 35 35 Mfissouri Pacific ................. 18% 851 New York Central.................6; a116 Norfolk & Western ....... ..... ;573 g Northwestern.... .......... ,.17 137 Ontario & \Western ...... .a........ .of at Pennsylvania Railway ...........Ir. a si8 People's Gas ....................... 9214 ERepublic Iron & Steel ............ 9% 936 Reading ..................... ..47 4714 Rock Island.................,.. ya. 5 do. preferred ............... .. 59 5 LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS .' Chicago Cattle. flI ASSOCIATED PRESS. Chicago, OGt. 6.-Cattle-Receipts, 7,ooo head. Market steady. Good to prime steers, $S.jo!* O.oo; poor to medium, $firstname.lastname@example.org; stockers and feeders, $email@example.com; cows, $or44.ss; heifers, $2.oo0s.ao; canners, $'.4ofa.5o; bulls, $i.oonn 4.3o; calves, $3.So;@.as; Texas fed steers, $S.75 43.5o; western steers, $3J.es4.so. Hogs-Receipts today, ooooa head; tomor. row, aa,ooo head. Market tso lower. Mixed and butchers, $s.6og6.4o; good to choice heavy, $4.6S@5.oo; rough heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org; light, $5.8o 66.3o; bulk of sales, $s.6oQ..9. Sheep-Receipts, 3o,ooo head. Sheep and fambs, steady; lower. Good to choice wethers, $3.3tS4.35; fair to choice mixed, $2a.asO.as; western sheep, $a.2s54.35; native lambs, $3.Soq, 4.85; western lambs, $..405s.4o. Kansas City Cattle. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Cattle-Receipts, s6,ooo head, including s,Soo eaed Texans. Native steers, $4.oo@.4e; Texas Ind Indian steers, $a.sso.s$; Texas cows, $.45s Da.im; native cows and heifers, $1.a~,q3.6o; IN THE STREET TODAY DY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York. Oct. 6.-Prices declined quite uni. -ormly in small fractions before the selling eased. Lack of offerings rather than evidence of demand seemed to be the factor in checking the downwlrd movement. Prices stiffened somewhat later under the lead of Brooklyn Rapid Transit and United States Steel, which recovered their losses. Hardly any of the railroad stocks fluctuated snore than a slight fraction and the market was practically at a standstill at i! o'clock. operators were inclined to await the announcec tnent oftthe United States Steel dividend. Some additional pressure developed against the hard and soft coal carriers. B. & O. de. clined %. Kansas City and Southern preferred fell z% and Rock Island preferred. Metropolio tan Street Railway and St. Louis & San Fran. cisco second preferred about a point. Transac tjons were insignificant. Bonds were weak. The undertone of the market became steady, but little effort was made to rally prices. St. Paul and St. LouisaSouthwestern rallied a fraction above the lowest, and the general price level was little changed. Active demand for United States Steel pre ferred carried it 34 over last night. Tennessee Coal gained a point, Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste Marie 3', and United States Ex press, 5S. The demand subsided when prices dropped again. United States Steel preferred made its ad. Vance a% and the bonds rose strongly, while MUTILATED CORPSE OF A LARGE MAN INEW YORK POLICE SEARCH IN VAIN FOR IDENTIFICATION OL UN KNOWN VICTIM. MIAY HAVE SEEN MURDERED 'op of Head and Legs Are Missing and' Gootore Believe the Man Was Not Aooidentally Killed. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS., !tw York, Oct. 6.-Two unsuccessful efforts were made today to identify the Imutilated body of an unusually large man which was found Thursday in a Hoboken ferry slip with the legs and top of the head missing. IMicheel Yerkes of Kansas, who came to this city at the request of his aunt, Mrs. Mdichael Nealy of Philadelphia, who had identified the body as that of her hus band, declared that the identification was erroneous. The body was also declared not to be that of Jerome Smith of this Jity who has been nissing since Wednes Iday. The autopsy reveals the presence of matter in the lungs and throat of the dead $pan, but the physicians say this might be accounted for by the mutilations of the head and body and did not necessarily indicate death by drowning. It was at first supposed that the legs were amputated by the propeller of a steamer, but it is now asserted that the (Cuts could not have been made in that way. rTO REORGANIZE CONCERN New York, Oct. 6.-After several meetings ,! creditors and stockholders, it has been decided, according to the Herald, to reorganise the International Fire Engine company, which il capitalized at Sp,ooo,ooo. Charles E. flocke, vice president, and George _2. Iiidwell, former collector of the port of Neow York and managing director of the comr pany, have resigned. A committee has been appointed for the pur pose of drawing up a new scheme of capitaliza tlon and readaJustment of the company's finances, and s report Is expected in a few days, Dividends at the rate of 7 per cent were paid sInce tooI on the preferred, but it was found atecessary to pass the declaration in August, 'ile stock is not widely distributed. The company has a controlling interest in properties at Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, 8ltimore, Elmira and Seneca Falls, Nt,, , P!aul, Minn., and Worccatcr, Mass, Open. Close, Southern Railway ..... ..........4.. afit do. preferred ...................... 764 76Y/ Southern Pacific ................ 4)H 4t I Smelter......................... 4 4314 do. preferred...................... a as Sugar Refinery................. ...tt at St. Paul...... ..................... j6 337 Tennessee Coal & Iron............ 32 33 Texas Pacifc.................3..... q31 3'1 Twin City, Rapid Transit Co..... 87 86W Union Pacific ...................... 7to 709o United Statsa Steel ................. 6;I 17 do. preferred ..................... 6I 647 Wabash .......... ................ 9 19 do. preferred.................... 3o 3t14 Western Union...... ........... 8 8a HWisconsin Central..............6.. t6 61 do. preferred................. 36 36 Money at a.t per cent. Total sales, 3ts6,jo. Boston Copper Stooks. (Reported by Coe Commission Co.) foston, Oct. 6.-Today's mining shares on the stock exchange were listed as follows: Amalgamated....... ............. ... $4o.87 Oaceol.a....... ................... 5.50 Parrot...... .. ...... ...... ........ .... . 8. Mohawk................................. 39.5o Daly.\est ............................. 40.21 Tamarack................... ......... 97. Utah Consolidated...................... ax.o0 Shannon ......................... ..... 9.75 Centennial......................... ... 6.a United States................. ........ 17.87 Trinity................................... 7 Copper Range....................... 5o.12 Green Consolidated............... . 7.37 stockers and feeders, $2.asf4.oo; bulls, $,.oo0 400; calves, $a.So@6.as; western steers, J$3.2@ 3.8S; western cows, $i.40. Hogs-Receipts, 8,aoo head. Market weak to sc lower. lulk of sales, $email@example.com; heavy, $s.6s.s.gS; packers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; medium, $6.ooD( S.os; light, $5.Soe6.os; yorkers, $6.ooW6.os. Sheep-Receipts, 6,ooo head. Market steady. Muttons, $2.6oor4.oo; lambs, $2.9ostS.So; range wethers, $a.aog3.o5; ewes, $a.as5f3jSo. Omaha Cattle. BY ASSOCIAT'ED PRESS. South Omaha, Oct. 6.-Cattle--Receipts, s.soo head. Market steady to C5loc higher. Native ateers, $a.6otj.6o; canners, $Is.soia.6o; stockers and feeders, $a.75@4.IS; calves, $2.75'9.oo; bulls, stags, etc., $email@example.com. Hogs-Receipts, soo head. Market roc lower. Ileaay, $s.5oos.6o; mixed, $s.ss55.6o; light, $5.65s.8o; pigs, $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulk of sales, $5.55 @s.6o. Sheep-Receipts, 21,ooo head. Market steady to easier. Westerns, $3.4oe3.8o; wethers, $.ja5 3.60o; ewes, $email@example.com; comnmon and stockers, $.a. 0 -3..o. the common stock Paused and then went back. ward. The preferred stock then reacted over a point. Gains of a point or more were made by Chesapeakc & Ohio, Wablash preferred, HIock. ing Valley and Consolidated Gas. New York, Chicago & St. Louis first pre. ferred declined 5, Westinghouse Electric andl General Electric and St. Louis.Southwestern preferred si( %. The closing was dull and steady. Boston Wool. BY ABSSOCATED PRESS. Boston, Oct. 6.-A slight improvement is noted in the wool market. Prices are very strong with no sign of weakness in the whole list. Territory wools lead the sales. Fine ter. titories, Sjt5jc; fine sample, 3J3455c; fine me dium, 48tSoc; medium, 45@47e. St. Louis Wool. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. St. Louis, lo., Oct. 6.-Wool, nominal; ter. ritory and western, mediums, 17yI8c; fine mediums, s3s17c; fine, 15srSe. Whisky Is 'Higher. BY ASSOCIATED/ PtRESS. Peoria, Ill., Oct. 6.-After remaining un. changed for several weeks whisky was today quoted at $S.a4 on the board of trade, an ad. vance of one cent per gallon. CHIMNEYS TOPPLE UNDER THE STORM ,BUTTE CITIZ.$N SPEND THE DAY CHASING THEIR HATS ABOUT. THE WINDY STREETS NOT MUCH OF A STORM Old-Timer Tells How It Blew Here in the Early Days--Hold His Sheep Against Barn 12 Days. i'f I should be asked suddenly how far I've chased this hat of mine today," said a well known business man of Butte, "I should answer about zoo miles. I made the trip down town this morning about four jumps in the rear of that hat, in less than two minutes. Then I chased it down to South Butte and a short ways out on the fiats. I think I shall go down and have an upholsterer tack it on to my head." The wind has been strenuous enough to day to make even a citizen of Great Falls feel at home. It has veered around like the caprice of a willful woman, breaking chimneys and blowing down fences. West Side Visited, Out on the West Side, where the breeze gets a good running start front the vicin ity of Big Butte, the, damage has been considerable. A number of chimneys have been toppled over and several fences have laid down before the ouslaught of the wind. Friends walking up Main street trying to hold a conversation were compelled to use the sign language, while their words were wafted several blocks away as joon as they were uttered. There was something solid and sub stantlal about the breeze today. One could lean against it and feel assured that it would not suddenly give way. The corner of Main and Granite streets was a busy spot all day. Persons coming suddenly from out of the protection of the brick blocks would encounter a whoop ing, shrieking gale that nearly carried them off their feet. Others, com.ing from another direction would be whipped about thd corner with a rush as if pursued by an automobile. Not Much of a Wind. Old timers were busy telling of a big wind years ago that beat the one today, "Why, this isn't much .f a wind," said one of them, "This is s gentle zephyr -.ompiared to the breeze uhst blew in 'OZ. CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD EVERY WANTI LISTED HEREJ HELP WANTED-FEMALE WA TED-Ten house girls for city, ,ao and $S5 per month. St. Paul Employment office. BEST Itoma cooking, reasonable rates. Mrs. S. Ross, 19p West Galena street. SITUATIONS WANTED-MALE W'At-~iood- steady young man, wants common labor in town. Address Common Laborer, Inter Mountain. VANTEiD-Mn of good habits wants work as porter. Address Porter, Inter Mountain. WANTED-First.cilss waiter, wants position In town. Address Waiter, Inter Mountain. WANTED--(;ood teamster wants work in town. Address Teamster, Inter Mountain. WANTIIJ-lMao wants teaming out of town. Address Teamster No. a, Inter Mountain. -T'-as.rb " cooT wants b'-in town. Address Cook in Town. Inter Mountain. R3`D-'-bE xp enedee d istwahe r waoni. work. Address Dishwaslher, Inter Mountla. WANTED.-Man cook wants place out o town. Address Cook Out of Town, Inter Mountain. W N'1.'ED- an wants sa pi;ace to work wif his wife at os around a hotel. Address Man and Wife, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Man wants position as clerk in store. Address Clerk, Inter Mountain. WAI `"TED-Good sltablaiat- ts w .work, Ad. dress Stableman. Inter Mountain. AN D- n w is experienced bartender or electrical baths, wmats place. Address lartender, Inter Mountain. '_l~'TEjl TeiiienJ.rTe-coeor wants work on salary. Address Collector, Inter Moun tain. WANTED-Experienced medical stuii en wants nursing by the day; have had three years' study in State university and am first. classed. Address Nurse, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Elderly mnin.witr ence, wants clerical work. Address Clerical, Inter Moun. tain. WANTEII--Iloy wants office work. Address Office Boy, Inter Mountain. ANT' ilD--aeii. i"t or engineer wants posS. tion. Address Machinist or Engineer, Inter Mountain. WANTED-At steam engineer, long experl. ence, wants situation. Address Engineer, Inter Mountain. W lNT -lrirman wants position. Address Firqman, Inter Mountain. ANT -oy wanitsiight work. A---dres Light Worker, Inter Mountain. WA~~T a wants work n ieiaing witl steam heat. Address Steamheater, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Trustworthy watchman wants work. Address Watchman. Inter Mountain. WANTED-Good jeweler or watch repairer wants position. Address Jeweler, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Honest colored boy wants clean. ing offices. Address Colored Boycleaning, Inter Mountain. FOR RENT-ROOMS FR ENT-cely furnisbed rooinas tras. elents a specialty. Dorhofer block, . South Montana. FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms, $io.oo; one furnished room, $5.00. a22 N. Jackson. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished front suite of rooms, modern. 2o6 N. \ashlington street. BOTEL OXFORD-Rooms $so up; sratt*.laai modern conveniences. South Main. TRANSIN 1i-Special. Yowk block, 6 Wet Park. FOR RENT-Transient rooms. sos Colorado. FOR RENT-HOUSES' FOR RENT-Flivcroom house, ,,0.oo per month. Two-room cabins in good locality, $i.oo per month. Inquire Mrs. James Brown, No. 6a8 Nevada avenue. STOVES FOR SALE DON'T MISS 1T--(;rcat reduced price heater sale. Stove repairs. Highest price paid for second-hand furniture. Quick sales, small com mission. The South Main Second-lland store, No. 236. ''Phone 857.M. Why, that wind of '67 blew for sa days so hard that it held a sheep up against the side of the barn on my ranch until it starved to death." BULLETIN ON CROPS CORN HAS -SUFFERED SEVERELY FROM FROSTS-EARLY WHEAT IS IN GOOD CONDITION. Y ASSOCIATED PRWS1., Washington, D. C., Oct. 6.--The weather bureau's weekly crop report bulletin says: On the whole the corn crop has experienced another favorable week. In Iowa to to 5s per cent of the area planted is still exposed in some measure to damage by heavy frost, but another week of warm, dry weather would ripen most of the belated crop. In Npbraska, Kansas, Missouri and Michigan and Wisconsin about to per cent of the crop is still exposed to injury from frost, in Indiana about S per cent, and in Ohio from 6 to 25 per cent. In Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota from so to 40o per cent has already been Injured to a greater or less extent. Rains have re tarded threshing of spring wheat in Minnesota and the Dakotas and caused further injury to grain in shock in South Dakota. Early sown wheat has germinated and is coming up well in Nebraska. anid Kansas. Recent rains have put the soil in excellent condition and seeding is now active in that state. HEAVY LOSS TO THE CREDITORS BY A FAILURE nY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Chicago, Oct. 6.-Creditors in Chicago and other cities have lost heavily by the failure of the Racine Knitting company, owning factories in Racine, Beloit, Ripoi, and Stevens Point, Wis., and employing several hundred people, Creditors forced it to file a petition in bank ruptcy, 'iThe liabilities are more than $Jfo,ooo, with assets of $; o,ooo. Creditors and attorneys decided on the action at a meeting held here. They appointed E. I.. Gray of Chicago, W. H.' Tobey, New York, S. N. Pedrick, Ripon; Wis,, C. f. McDill, Stevens Point, Wis., and Charles Freeman of Racine as the creditors' committee, They will hanve charge of the business until the claish are settled. The factories will not be shut down, but the changes will lessen the expenses caused by having offices in all four cities. The Investment of airge sums in facto. ries outside of Racine is given as the cause oa the failure. BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY For Benefit of Busy People .IUA'IONS WANTED-FEMALE Vi NTI 13-Position In dental otfice by lady of .experience; references. Address E. White, 73, .;th avenue, South Seattle, Wash. 1V.\x'1'rEi-Neat chambermaid wants place In Ilutte, Address Chambermaid, Inter Mlouun tain. C I.\ , tfiress wants work in a fe. Address Cafe Waitress, Inter Mountain,. ,\A'l't'I,-rn wants mixed work a small boarding house. Address Mixed Worker, Inter Mountain, WANSllltD ..ittle girl wants to tend baby. Address Little Girl, Inter Mountain. WA NTfii) -.o;ung woman wants second work Addresr Second Worker, Inter Motuntain. WýN'.\ .''l'l-rong wonton wants housework by the day.. Address Day Worker, Intter ,tormtain. ) ,lit-- ixperleneed a confectionery cla t.Inis clerking in tlte city. Address Conlec. tionery Clerk, Inter Mountain. K'1il-- oung gir wants dis. eashing. Address Young Girl Dishwasher, Inter Nountain. \Ni ,i) - 1derly woman wants diswast. ing. Address Elderly Woman Dishwasher, Inter Mountain. W.,'l'l) Girt wants lighlt huu.ewurli; tti cookinlg. Address Light lHouseworker, Inter Mountain. W.AN.'l 'Il--ittle gTrl wants work as cail gill. Address Cash Girl, Inter Mountain. W 'i'ls~I---:xpert stenographer wants pose. tlion. Address Stnogerapper, Inter Mountain. WANTl)-/;ood seamstress wants sewing. Address Seamstress, Inter Mountaiu. WA i I frfl CTr wintsii glilgt djining rom wor or store work. Address L. K., Inter Moun. lain. WA NTfhll-Girl wants wrapping in store. Address Wrapping Girl, Inter Mountain. v Pitt--i)resmaker wants sewinig st stores o0 private place. Address Dressmaker, Inter Mou-rtltain., AN,'T:ll- .\tottan warts was-li o ironing by the day. Address Day Washer or Ironer, Inter Mountain. WA NIE DZ--ung lJy wants positi wt as inurse girl. Address Young Lady Nurse, Inter Mountain. WANfi~TlT)--Girl watts work so she can go home nights. Address Night Girl, Inter Mountain. WANTL'IETirl wants pantry work; experi. enced. Address P'antry Worker, later Moun. tats. W\N'l-i':-I".-u girl wants position as an cllice girl. Address Office Girl, litter Muoun tailn. WA NT'rii-) xpijeronced lausndry worker wants position. Address L.aunidry WVurker, Inter Mounltain. WA N.Ei) --iooil girl wants kitictein~ wor. Address Kitclhen Worker, Inter Mountain. WANTIED Girl wants litiuautIn aeassistani bo6kkeepler. Address Assistant Ilookkeeper, Inter Mouttain. AWNINGS, TENTS AND COVEfRS ALI XINDS made to order. Alexander Ms. aulay, No. ass South Main. 'Phone is I J.. ou e, dgar Dayton, 41 l$dtvt cild. Tel. 27. Offioe a6 E. 'Park. ^ 8 QJIIf T - E I- _ . FOR RlNT--l:urnished flat, modern. No. 3o9 South Idaho. FOR SALE-HORSES '1,tt SAl.E--Line driving horse, sound and gentle; well worth $75; will sell for $55. In. quire No. ,1a West Park street. WA u y o country paper, one newspaper press. Address Plainglcaler, Havre, Mont. WVANTI:I) Itall top dchk. Address A. Is., carei Inter Mountain. ELECTRIC, TREATMENTS ELECT'IIC treatments, gray hair restored, complexion specialist, from Mrs. Nettle liar. rison's Dermatological Institute, San Fran• cisco, California. Nos. 45.48 Owsley block (third floor). EARNINGS FOR THE SEASON Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company Took in $1,746,372. Chicago, (ct. 6.-The annual report of tlhe Chicago 'Terminal Transfer Railroad company for the fiscal year ended June 30o, has just been issued. (;ross earnings were $),74t6,J37, an ncrease of $107,356; operating expenses and axes were $i,135,67o, an increase of $tJg,s3S; net earnings were $6io,7oa, a decrease of $SJ,aR. The surplus, after deducting interest onl the mortgage delbt, was $13,1o0. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE INTER MOUNTAIN NOTI'CE FOR PUBLICA'TION. MINING API''IICATION NO, 4695, United States Land Office, Hlelena, Montana, October s, 1903. Notice is hereby given, that Thomas If. Cot ter and Ilarry C. Cotter, by Michael A. Dona hue, their attorney.in-fact, whose postoflice address is IButte, Silver flow county, Montana, have this day filed an application for a patent for s,Soo linear feet, the same being for 555 feet in a westerly and 045 feet in an easterly %tlirection from the point of discovery on the ]iank lode Mlining Claim, situated in Summit Valley (unorganized) mining district, Silver Bow county, Montana, the position, course, and extent, of the said mining claim, designa. ted by an official survey thereof, as Survey No. 6456, Township No. 3 north, Range 7 ,rest, a notice of which was posted on the claim 6n the 3oth day of September, ion3, and behog more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat thereof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest location, a granite boulder in place, 3x4x1 foot above ground, marked 1.6456 for Corner No, I, from whence Initial Point No. a, established for surveys in Fraction Township 3 north, Range 7 wist, bears north 4> degrees op minutes west, a,861 feet, and running thence north 85 degress 37 minutes east, s,5oo feet to the northeast Coargcr No. a; thence south 4 degrees a3 min. utes cast, 355 feet to the southeast Corner No. 3; thence south 85 degrees 37 minutes west i,ao6 feet to Corner No. 4; thence south 87 degrees 36 minutes west, Jo0 feet to the south. west Corner No. 5; thence north 4 degrees 23 Ininiste,- west, 345 feet to Corner No. I and place of beginning, containing an area of ra.ig acrds claimed by the above named applicants for patent. The location of this mine is recorded in the bofice of the Recorder of,Silver Bow county, in $ook V of Lodes. On the south is Survey No, absg, Mary Ellen Lode; James W. Murray, et, al., appllcants; on the southwest Survey No. s572, Josephine lade, Robert McBride, applicant; on the wep, the Birdie No. a Lode, unsurveyed, Sajpson Beer, claimant, FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. Jos. If. Ilarper U. 8. Claim Agent, (tirst I'ublicatioa, October 6, e0o.). ASSAYERS. . MIER \VkM.ICIl, successors to Johb R. Bapty) srayers asnd eliemlltal bullion melted and ssaryed or purchased. Na. as Hamilton street, Butte, Montana. O1H--A- BUUGY, assayer and ehemlast. .e. 41 North Mitin street, Butte. FITZI'ATRIC(K & LEWIS, assy era; succes airs to A. MRombeuer. No. dlNorth Wyo. ming street. I'honre 6,1p-B. P. 0. Box 114. CARPET CLEANING 'DTu""l Upholitering and arpet Cleaning Companyt works corner Montana and Po.e phyry. Telephone a66.-M. \WiT IUE htuctrlo Carpet Cleaning Corn pany) carpets sewed, remodeled, Oriental rugs scoured. No. ao West Broadway. .at1 phone I67-A. MO TANA . ANSA l4 CU-lrsight trans fer; moves engines, boilers, sales, machinery of all kinds; furniture van end storagel piano derrick for use in dlffleult plaes;e dealers .a coal and wood. Telephone as. Ofcel No. Ag West Broadway. W. J. Christie, manager. 1IG WOULD'S BOX or 'phone Butte's Popular Stopping Place, DINNER, ass t at a , s DINNEi., sM The best weal and beat sooked food for age Il Butte. You get as much of any and every dish offered on the bill of tare as you wish. Culsine unexcelled. DAN TIWEY, Proprietor. estBItro addway. CLEANJN.1AND. DYE( .YEN PAUMIE' Parislan Dye House-AU work guaranteed. No. o West Galena street. 'Phone 747-.A. French dyeing and cleaning. ion BIARREL' herd cider at I'nlmer',, sg6 ast Broadway. So per ilass. Try it. MRS. A. BIRTIRILGIIT,. hairdresetusg ma.e.. cure, chiropodist. INo. 114 West Uroadway. IS MA G0I) RUY-Teaches aU bsht room and stage dances every alftrnnoa at Eagle hall; also fencing, bag punchlng and club swinging in which she is a mistress of the art. No. as South Main street. Socials Thursday evenings. SKlC P'rof. It-binson for danci.ng instructiuns. ACCORQDON PLAITING No. ass West Broadway. Telephone ga--Y. HARNESS AND SADDLES DBEST workmanship, lowest pritee guarasteed. Aleander Macaulay, .o. ass Month Mali 'Phone 6a. ,JUNILAilDLDfALIAS GORDON , P Jl'lL5ON, sio rast latinum. 'Phone 67. Pays 4o cents per sa lba for old paper. KO-DAKWBJ5 EODAK WOM(K and enlarging at Easteru prices. Howes, No. as West Mercury. BARGAINS in diamonds, watches ald jewelr at Girson's Loan Office, No. s4 m. Iark It. MILLINERY IWELL STYLES of fall mlllineiy low pricea New millinery parlors. 647 Utah avenue. S MASSAGE M.RS. IL. B. CARSON -Scientiao maseur. Olcess No. a74--175 Pennsylvania buIldgla 'Phone s9y--i. dolla. No. 148 Waet Granite. 'Phone .5*--M. MISS SKIK.I .Y--'iano. o077 West G(ranite. MAQUE tAl(h, Costumes. Mnse. Rubinson, 0os West (jranite street. MIDWIFE PRIVATE home for ladica. 647 South Mals. Tel. 967 P. MONEY to loan on furniture, pianos, salary, time checks and all other security, at low rates. Business confidential. Butte Chattel Mortgage Co., 7a W. !Park St,, fist floor. MUNEY TO LOAN on real estate rties property, livestock, pianos or furniture. Brin In our proposltia Mcane i& ISovauoo, Me. 49 Woet Park. Room I. ONIz U LU --Las on urlturttl ." estate or a.y seuritiee. Monatsna Cabntt Loan Co. On.oe No. so Clark bloek. '-Y -. - Os -ietl-'-ii--no _ state, fr from om e to three yearsM. dmtU Jeflries, No. as West Granite. ILEMONSI BOTH ,1 negoIatllol a lo for you en real etate security. R mea a, t, SSilver Bow block. uONZY TO WAy ona ftrnlure or any scew rtiles. Edward Chapmas, Roodm s, Wet Broadway. tLANS-F oney to loas at 8 per eotil dela s. Hall Brothers, No. 43 Ese Broad. say, Butte, MoUptpe. 'ONEYT TO, LOAY on anym ind of aurf The Davenport Co., No. tss Hamilton street. teas, neodles. Cu, ule Mwa CS No. r, oearner Mercury (the alley). .. O LIT_ AN! A!R I T+r AR. T. A. GR(KIGG-. y, ear, nose, throat and lungs prices moderate; termns ah. N.I 4s Hirbour building. 'Phone p4--A. OSTEOPATHY a67 Penasylvania building. Hours a to as, 1- t4, 1 to . Oc dlosed Sundaye. OE REPAIRING bCOTT, the stove man, sae removed to Me. sj Eate Park. 'Phone number, apj, PRSNAL a to every woman! agents wsirt i no soliciting; business by l1ail; linmease profts; send Soo for samplel That retail for $4. Purltsn Chemical Co., Box s11S, Seas.Ie. ADVICB free in dllicate llgal matters; striotly anfidentlal; promptness guaranteed. Bo *S. Butts, Mceatae, INTER MOUNTAIN WANT ADS PAY 0-iS T URIN 'S SCHOO All gUrags taught No. . s West Mercury. Only private school. fall and winter woolens. No. aio North Main. iu tORMED and crippled feet our specialty# expert repairing work Igsranteed. Charles Mack, No. 8)4 North Academy. seureon. Ofemce, Noe. ag. 4 ar Slie ow block. Telephone 4oa. SCAVENGERS 't''ETER RESK, No. 367 Bast Mersauryr naig work. Orders promptly Ailed. Ol(IbSl, 48 'est itroedway, will buy, pack, ship, store or exchange your household goods. Pay higlhest cash prices. pSo up-to-date second d heatling stoves; also full new line stoves and rangres to exchange for secondhand goods. Tents rented. Phone 9'3-B. WANTD-econd-hand furniture bougjht an soid. No. s338 ast Park street. Butte. Tdei phone 686-P. B. MeNamara. MININV AI''I.CATION .U. 4t5j. United States Land OMeie, Itelena, Montana, August S, tgsg. Notice is hereby given that, Robert MeUrlda F. T. McBride, Wakeman Button, Carl J. Capell and Louis Kaufman. whose postolee address is Butte, Montana, have this day fied their applicetion for a patent for roe Ilnear feet, being 6do leet easrerly and ge feet west. erly from discovery shaft of the McCloskey lode, and s,soo linear feet, being gig ftet east erly aid Iacs feet westerly from discovery .ebhlt of lie Ontario Lode, Mining Claims, upon which claims a notice of intention to apply foe I patent was posted on the Both day of July. s'gs, situated in (unorganisod) mining dietrist. ',ilver Bow and Jefferson counties, state of Montana, designated as Surveys Nos. 6pd and dp.,, respectively, in the unsurveyed portion of Fractional Townlshp I north, Range welst being more particularly described as followas Survey No. paf6, MoCCoskey Laden Begln. sing at the northwest corner, a granlit bowldea In pisee, witnessed by hearing tree and roek. and marked ---- s49pa for Corner No. s, from which I, P. No. a, Township j north, Rage y west bears north at degrees go minutes ao seconds west, 4o09.3 feets and running thense south one degree west, 6oo feet; thence north gS degrees go minutes east, teas feets thenee nortih one degree east. bo feet; thense south It degrees p minutes west, tso feet to the place of beginning, containing an area ol so. acres, of which 3.34 scres are in conflict with Surveys Nos. P798, 4337 and 6psy, not claimend leaving so area of sy.16 acres claimed. Survey No. 6p9y, Ontario Lodes Beglnilng at the northwest corner a granite bowlder is place, witnessed by hearing trees and marked -i-- 3Jpy for Corner No. i, from which I. R. No. a, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north ts degrees ae minutes go seconds were 448g.. feet, land running thence south e degrue s nminutes west, Goo. feet; thence north 4s degrees a minates east, t.r.s feet; hben.e north o degree sa minutes east, so. test; thence south f8 degree M minutes west, sass feet to the place of begassinng, containsig an area of S.9i acres, of which a.g acres are li conflict with Survey io. 63.8, not claimed. leaving as area of 15.71 seres claimed, of which s.4s acres are in conflict with Survey No. 6dpa total area of these surveys claimed, 3.8p acre., The location of these claims are of record Is the County Mecorder's office of Silver Bow county, Montana, thc. Mcloskey Lode Is Book "V," on I'srge 3 end in Book "W," on Page ass; the Ontario c.ode, in )look "V." o. Page hi. .ill books of lode locations. Ate adjutinnlg claims to these Vremises area To Survey .No. bp4, McCloskey Lode; on the north, Survey No. 5748, arnny Scott Lode; on the east, Sulrvey No. b339, Davenport Lodes on the soutneast, Survey No. 6137, May Belle Lode; on the west, the Chiel Justice Lode, unsurveyed; end on the northwest, Survey Na gg, Lilian Lode; Survey No, ;ayo, Summit Vode, Lot sa1, is adjacent on the northeast; to Survey No. p69z, Ontario Lode, on the soutiheast, Survey No. 6338, Copper Mountain Lode, and on the northwest, the Chief Justie Lode, unsurveyed. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Legisblal SAMUEL lARKERR, JR., Attorney for Applicants. (First Publication, August d. rpog). MINING AI'PLICATION NO. 469p. United States L.and Office, Helena, Montana, September S, tgo3. Notice is hereby given that Henry L. John. ston and Andrew J. Johnston, whose postoffica address is Ilutte, Montana, and Oliver P. Johnston, whose postoffice address is Missoula, Missoula county, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 76.a hlnear feet, breing t48 feet northeasterly and 3a8.a feet, southwesterly from discovery shaft, of the Sarina No. a Iude Mir.ng claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted the Sad day of September, A. D. 9g03. situated in Summit Valley (unorganized) min. ing district, Silver Bow county, state of Mon. tana, designated as Survey No. G')48, in the unsurveyed portion of Fractional Township j north, Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the southwest Corner No. s, a point in the north side line of Survey No, 6o6, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside and marked 16941 for Corner No. s, from which the quarter sec. tion corner on the east boundary of Section 37, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 8j degrees a7 minutes s3 seconds west, 7a07.5 feet, and running thence south 89 degrees a3 minutes east, 576.5 feet; thence north a de. gree sa minutes west, 153.3 feet; thence north B9 degrees 38 minutes west, 576. feet; thence south a degrees ta minutes east, 153.3 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of a.0o3 acres, of which t.oo acres is in conflijct with Survey No. so06, not claimed, leaving an area of 1.o0 acres claimed by the above named applicants. The location of this claim is of record in the county recorder's office of Silver low county, Montana, in Book "U," of Lode Locations, on Page 419. The adjoininnf claims to these premises are Survey No. caud, Sarina Lode on the north and west; Survey No. 6oo3, Kopper King No. a Lode on the east, and Survey No. deoa Columbus Lode, on the south, FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. Samuel Barker, Jr., attorney for applicants:, (Virst Publication September 56, spqs), (REPUBLICATLIO.,) gMINING AI'PLICATIONL( NO. 46g United States Laud Omke, , Helena, Montana, Sept, a, tgoJ. Notice is hereby glven, that the Butte Land & Investment company, by Simeon V. Kaen. per, its attorney-ln-faot, 1whos poatofce ad. dress s Butte, Silver Blaw county, Montana, has "this day filed an application for a patent for 353.63 acres of the Xenophsaesa lacer Mining Claim, situated in (unorganised) Mining Die. trict, Silver Dow county, Montana, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 97th day of Au.gust, , and being more particu. lady set forth and described in the offcial examination and Report No, t d, on file in this office, as follows, to*wits Lots a and a. and the east half of the northwest quarter o0 Section r:, Towttship a north, Ranse m wept. The location of this mine Is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Silver ow, counny, on Pags 40o, in Rook B of Placers. There are no known adjoining claims .,a tleee premises. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Reglisteg J7o HH arOer. U. S. Cla. Agent.