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NE W'YORK QUOTATIONS
(Reported by Coe Commisslen Co.) New York, Oct: a4.-Followlng are today's stock quotations: Open. Close. Amalgamated Copper .............. JS 3S Anaconda Mining Company ....... 60o 6 Atchison, Topeka a Santa Fe ...... 65!* 65 do preferred ...................... *M j a36 Battimore & Ohio .................. *i 74 Brooklyn Rapid Transit .......... 33'i 33 Canadian Pacific .................. S tStl4 Chesapeake & Ohio ................ Jq'4 ap Chicago & Alton ................. p17 a7t3 Colorado Fuel & Iron.............. 3 30 Chicago Great Western ............ 41 3414 Erie ......... .......... ..... 17 27 do Iat preferred ................. 66) 664 do ad preferred ............. 4. 49 General Electric Company ....... tt s483 Illinois Central .............. ...3sj as314 Louisville & Nashville ............ 99g 4 too Manhattan Consolidated .......... :sy t3rM Metropolitan Traction .............o07 to7 Mexican Central .................. to! so Missouri. Kansas & Texas pfd...... 35s 3sZ Missouri Pacie lc.............. ..p. Ndw York Central ................7ttM74, tý Ntorfolk & Western ................ gil4 S6.4 Ndrthwestern ...................62 16344 O4tario & Western ............... aoa~ soj Pennsylvania Railway .............aai a.ss19 People's Gas ...................... 9J`4 93p Reding ................ 4414 4434 do sat preferred ................. 75 73 I--------- .. . ....... :- ... LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS Kansas City Cattle. BY ASSOCIATED PRESB. Kansas City, Oct. 24.-Cattle-Receipts, t,ooo. IMarket unchanged. Native steers, $4.oo5s.3o; native cows and heifers, $Sr.S3.g9o; stockers and feeders, $2.404.2o; Western steers, $.75@J 4..35 Western cows, $1.So0e0.So. IHogl.-Receipls, 3,oo. Market steady. Ilulk of saler, $5.15(t5.35; heavy, $S.os3S.5.J: Ipackers, $S.r0o1S.35; medium, $=SJ.OS.4o; light, s5.30(a .i4o; yorkers, $5.a3S@.4o; pigs. $5.25465.45. Siheep-lReceipts, s,Soo. Market strong. Mlut tcna, $ .Co@3.95; lambs, $2.gords.s; range wethera, $firstname.lastname@example.org: ewes, $*.J51tJ.45. Omaha Cattle. DY ASSOCIATED PR.Es. Omaha, Oct. 24.-Cattle--Receipts, roo. ?larket steady. Native steers, $3.2335.35o; cows and heifers, SJ.oolr4.to; Western steers, $3.25S! 4.3o; Texas steers, $3.7 5V.65; cows and iltierts, $,.25t.S .25; canluer, $s.uJa.as; stock. ers and feeders, 12.o5 4.ou; calves, $J.oo.s.'S; bulls, stage, etc., $s.75.L95. Ifogs-Receipts, ,7.oo. Market lower. H.eavy, IN THE STREET TODAY BY AISOCIATD PRESSII. New York, Oct. a4.-Opening prices ol stocks sagged a small fraction on very apa. thetic trading. Speculation was spiritless and almost at a standstill. Traders attempted to make a market and scalped profits, but they could not arouse enough interest to move any of the leaders snore than 'i per cent. Amalgamated fluctu. ated %, which represented the limit of the price variations. Some slight headway upward was made after the opening selling but the improvement was snot held. Interest was more diverslfied In the bond masket and that ruled firm and reInly 'more active than stocks. The market was in a lcthargic condition until the bank statement. As the reserve Item didi not show thel expected depletion of cash, the market hardened by only a frac. ti~n. Outside the nEatve list there was a rise oft 4 in New York Air Drake and of t.i'in Northwestern and a fall in beet sugar pre ferred of 7, \Vestipghouse electric, 4. Ana ccuda, 3; preferred. s..; Reading, first pre. ferred, ..5, and St. Louis and San Francisco, Second preferred. a point. United States steel preferred ran off to 58 at the last and unsettled the closing which was slightly irregular. TRIO Of DIYORCES IN DISTRICT COURT EMMA HAMELMAN, ALLEN WALKER AND WILLIAM SNELL SE CURE THE DECREES. fJidge Harncy held a session of his court ihis morning and transacted considerable ex parte motion business and cleaned up some divorces and other matters from his motion calendar. ,He also announced that he would not be sble to call his trial calendar today, be cause the printer had not delivered the books to the clerk as yet. The printer will have finished them before next Saturday, and the calendar will then be called and cases set for trial. This was the morning for the men to [save their inning with divorces. Two of them were separated from their marital companions. The lucky persons were Allen (Walker and William Snell, and the wives they divorced were Ellen Walker and dlaud Snell. Emma Hamelman Divorced. One woman was divorced today, Mrs. iEmma Hamelmnan, anji she was untied front Harry \V. Hapmllmann. In the \Yjlket" case the plaintiff and a mian wMness gave evidence, the defendant havi.ig failed to defend the case. The 'around was habitual intemperance. The couple were married at Tombstone, Aria., Itecember I, 3897. Carl J. Smith, attorney for Walker, placed the latter on the stand and said: "You charge the defendant with habitual intemperance. Tell' the court how often she got drunk." "It continued several years. She was drunk almost every night when I came home, I thought she'd get better, but she got worse, and I had to give her up. She had a very violent temper, and if I said anything to her, she'd take up anything in reach and I'd have to move; that was all. She cut me on both arms," the -plaintiff replied. Then Judge Harney asked a question. Said he: "Was her intemperance such as to incapacitate her from her work?" Had to Do Housework. "Oh, yes; I had to clean up the house on Saturdays when I was home fromn work," the witness replied. Walker's witness said he had seen Mrs. Walker drunk on the street with women of dissolute character in San Francisco, and the decree was granted, William Snell and Maud Snell were anarried at Butte on April a6, 1997, and the plaintiff was abandoned by his wife on September 14, z9or, the complaint said, Mrs. Snell did not defend the case, - a0 "- vN m ýaw uCo Is OiuaDay;~~I Day!s /"f ?Vtoi' baa. 230 Open. Close. Rock Island ........................ a474 4 do preferred .................... 6o do Southern Pacific .................. 4o4j 41!l Smelter ............ .......... ...... 4t 44 Sugar Refinery ........... ..........4i t14t' St. Paul ............ ............... i ti sJ9 Tennessee Coal & tron ......... Si 0 Twin City Rapid Transit Co...... 8 i 8 Union Pacific .......... ............ ;,.i o704 United States Stecl ................ 13tj ts3 do preferred ............ ........ SA"i 58 1i abash ... ...... . ........ ..... s' . rS~ do preferred ..................... 3s! 31 Total sales, sauono. Boston Copper Stocks. (Reported by Cue Cummission C'o,) Boston. Oct. *4.--Tle following stock quo. tations were listed today: Amalgamated .......... ..............$ 3S.o Anaconda .............. .............. o.oo Osceola ............ ................... 59.87 Parrot ............ ..................... 1 .7 Mohawk ............................ 39.75 Daly.\West ......... .............. 37.73 Tamarack .......... ..................97. 50 U'tah Consolidated .................... s8.37 Shannon ............ . ................. 9.37 Copper Range ..................... 48.87 Centennial ....... .................... 7.73 l'nited States ....................... t:.37 Trinity ..... .. ........ .............. S So Green Consolidatedl ................... I5. $5onS4.5.ts mixed, $a.toOrsIS: light. $S.t50 S..;; pigs, S5.oo493.J3; bulk of ales,, $t5.1o ( 15.13. Sheep--Receipts. N,. Market steady. \\ est erns, $3.5oQj3.73, wethers, $3j.3(@3.6; ewes. $J..*St3.JS; common and stockers, $J.oo(a3.5o; lambs, $4.oo.t.oo. Chicago Cattle. Cldcago, Oct. 24.--Cattle-Receipts, Son head; good to prime steers, $5.4o'5s.q.; poor to medium, $3.6(n's.mo; stockers and feeders, $2.iJ(,4.jo; cows, $1.3514.53; heifersj , $S.oo<t 5.oo; canners, $i.3s5(.S3o; bulls, $.oo., 4.:3; calves, $.omuc7.oo; T'lxas fed steers, $,.75r.l 3.75; western steers. $j.1.ot.So. lings-Receipts today, t4,aeo head; tomor row, jS,ase head; market Sgstoe lower; mixed and butchers, $5.3of5.4'); good to choice heavy,. $5..4o*$S.7o: rough heavy, $5.oo(e.JS; light, $S5.JaSu.75; bulk of sales, $5.35..o5.6u. Shcep-Receipts so,oo. Sheep and lnambs, steady, (;oid to choice wether, jI, *d.t ,J5: lair to choice mixed. $-.ootw3.,o: Western sheep, $.2.rS'.4.J5: native lanmbs, $3.254f3.6o; Western Inlams, $3.7.JSSJ5.j. New York Money. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Oct. 24.-The statement of averages of the clearing houue banks of this city for the week shows: Loans., $907.o9,o0oo decrease, $,.166.5oo: de posits, $S9.714,6;.G decrease, $.,o96,8oo; circula. tion, $45.86.,6oo; increase, $139.400; legal ten. ders, $6$.666,soo; increase, St6t,aon; specie, $17t,7o6,60o; decrca.e, $164,'o; resolve, $:47,. 5uo.6oo; decrease, $3,ooo. Reserve required, $rJa,4s8,63o; decrease, $sij,yx,; surplus, $17,944. 450; increasc, $511,Juo; ex-Unlited Statei dc posits., $27,44,55u; incrcase. $501,8-'. New York Silver. BY ASSOC'IA.TI.D PRE'S. New York, Oct. a4.--lar silver, 6o&7c; Mexican dollars, 46Yc. New York Copper. nY ASSOLIArE)D pRSS. Nev York, Oct. 24.-Lead and copper firm, unchanged. S't. Louis Wool. St. I cuni, Mo., Oct. 24.-W-ootl-tuiet, steady: territory and Wes.tern medium, !at6 1tc; fine medium. ss1(sc; fine, 5@4ti6c. either, and Snell and James C. Mahoney gave proofs. "You allege your wife deserted you, Mr. Snell. What have you to say as to that?" Attorney Smith, who had this case also, said. "Well, she went 'away on that day," Snell replied. "Any cause?" "None whatever." There were no children, and the court gave the decree. Charged Desertion. Mrs. Hamelman testified that she and lamelmnan were married in August, zsoa, and that the latter deserted her in Sep tember, about two weeks later. He did not defend the ease. "You know of no reason why he de serted you?" the court asked. "No," was the reply, as it always is in such cases. The plaintiff was granted her maiden name of Emma Meyer, and given a de cree. KESSLER'S RECEPTION It has been decided. by the members of the Butte G. A. R. and Woman's Relief Corps to give a rqception tonight in their hall in the Good Templars' build ing. The reception is given to General H. C. Kessler as a mark of their approval of his election as junior vice commander of the National department of the G. A. R. of America. All members of the G. A. R. in this city and of the Womans' Relief Corps are cordially invited and expected to be present tonight to do honor to their general. -BUTTE BRIEFS Orton Bros. Pianos and ortgans. Judge McClernan signed the bill of ex ceptions this morning in the case of the state against Frank H. Hayes. Attorney Denny then announced that he would move for a new trial. Dr. Schapps, Owsley blk. Tel. No. z6. Butte Council ro6, United Commercial Travelers will entertain their friends at a social dance tonight in the Pythian castle. Lippincott & LDarrow, a66 Pennsylvania bloc.. J. G. Bates, eLano Tuner. Residence, "The Dorothy," Tel. 6goA. THE WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION Everybody's, I'earson's, Iarper's Jiazar, Ainslee's, Smart Set, W\ide World and Argosy for November, and all the popular magazines now ready at the P. . 0. News Stand, 57 West I'ark. Park county offers ia reware oe five hundred dollars for the arrest and conviction of party or parties dynamiting bridge just eut of L"v Inlston. Suaday. August s. CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD EVERY WANT LISTED HERE DUEATHS AND FUNRALS Mi.\%TT.i()N Johan A. Mattson, the t .year and 7 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mattson died this morning. Funeral will take place tomorrow at a p. m. Irom the resi dence, ijao ;allatin street. il.kNNETT-Joseph Bennett, aged Ja years, died this morning. The funeral will take !place Monday at a p. ut. front the famdly residentce, No. 5ig Nurth Wyoming street. TiI'I'ETT--Alfred J. Tippett, the s.year-old ton of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. 'Tippett, died early this morningl at the family rest. dence. q1n Talbott Ave., of dyplihtheria. ItFuneral was held this afternloon. N )1'l'lllEY-John Northey, asrd 6t years, died thi4 mornilng at the familly residence, No. Sit North Matin street. The deceased was a tmember of Granite Lodge No. j6 A. tI. L'. W. SITIIATIONS WANTEO-FEMALE dren wants employment where she can go homte nights. Address Mrs. M1., litter Motut tain. WANTi'I)-G(ood stenographer and oflice girl desires position in or out ut town. Address Oflre (Girl, nlater lMountain. tNYE.T--eliabiTe nurse gitl wants pla'e. Address Nutrse (;lrl, Inter Mountain. WCAN'I1ib-OeTspmctahle winitan wants hoase keeping where there is no nisiress. Address Housekeeper, litter Mlountain. WAN'TED-Strong woman wants day work. Address nDy Worker, Inter Mountain. ship. Address Cotnfectionery Clerk, litter Mousntain. -WV1AN'FI)--ominan wants laundry work. Ad; dress I.aundry Worker, Inter Mountain. wants sitnution. Address Stenographer, Intter MIlolntlain. w c irastaso booeeta per antspost tioni will accept clerical work of any kind. Address hunkkeeper, Inter Mountain. Wý.AN' T1D-I1,i-:cericnend- I-i e--i. er or oice maman wants situation. Address Office Man, Inter Sloutntain. WANTED--(;G d cook wants work. Address Cook, Ilnter Mountain. 1%'Aff i'1i-l Clerk igijiti alcTrilliaiT o r out of lutte. Address Clerk, Inter Munntain. \WANT IE-Jail n Sexiresi position; under. stands hot air or steam heat. Address Jani. tor, litter Mountain. \W Nf il)-H-onest, rertablc colored buy wants office cleaning. Address C. Boy, Inter Mountain. HELP WANTED-MALE W.'A'I'SED--aiood mandolin player (white). singer preferred, one who will play, any. where, to lead guitar .player. Address -d Whitney, Idaho Fall, ..daho. WANTEl. -Good'naa ard wife to take care of ranch; mint be a lhustler; .good wages to goad man. Address W. ). C., Inter Mountam. W\AN'TED-.-Man to solicit and coll.t. Rooma 74. O(wsley ilocky litlte. HELP WANTEDr-FEM E A LAYh AGENT for ri irpid selliang article; sells at sight; big profits; for fr." samaple and particulars address Marietta Stafley Co., 4t Fourth St., Grand Rapids, Mitlh. WANTED-A woman to do general house. work; must be a good cook, Call at inter Mountain office for address. FOR RENT-Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Upton block, 4tay4 S. Main. FOR RENT-Large front room with gas range. Gold block, s3aa North Main. MOTEL OXFORD-Rooma $te I ps orl s(telas modern eonvatleaase. South Mal. FOR RENT-Two furnished and two unfur olshed rooms, as8 South Idaho. CHOICE furnished rooms. York block, 66 West Park. FOR RENT-Trans.ent rooms. toe Colorado. . FOR SALE-HOUSES ,..r FOR SALE--A first-class rooming house over the postomlce. Doing good business; must sell on account of ill health. Address Mrs. S. A. Olsen, Great Falls, Mont. OCULIST AND AURIST DI. T A. GMIUUi-lye, ear, nose, throat ane Itags; pries moderatel terms casb. M. 4s MJrbeur building. 'Phone age-A. LADIES. and MISSES' Jackets and Suits, $6 to $as; skirts, $a.98 to $Sa; children's cloaks, $2.98 and upward; silk petticoats, $6: furs and all prices lower than elsewhere. Ilidgin, js West Park. REMAINS OF BODY FOUND IN MINE ,BUT MYSTERY OF THE IDENTITY OF VICTIM, PERHAPS OF MUR DER, IS UNCLEARED. T'lhe orkmen employed inl pumping the water out of the old Dixon mine northwest of Walkerville have found the remainder of the skeleton of the unknown man who lost his life in the shaft. About three weeks ago a skull was found on a wall plate and later a. revolver cartridge and a rusty razor were picked up. Now the water has been almost pumped out and the remains of the untfortunate man can lie seen in the water. T'he meat at the mine will not care for the re mtains unless paid to do so. When the time comes, when they must enter the shaft to begin taking out ore, the bones will be taken out with other debris and thrown away, unless taken out before by the coroner. The identification of the remains now seems almost impossible unless papers are founmd wshich will throw some light on the matter. There have been numerous stories to ac count for the body in the shaft and the generally accepted theory is that the un fortunate man was murdered years ago and thrown in. The pumping at the mnine was stopped for a day and considerable water ac cumulated. It is expected that the shaft will be dry again tomorrow. BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY for Benefit of Busy People FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS I'd11l.l. n.1.i on walking and dreas skirts; 11 new o.-ds; sellting out at cost price. ltlmin, j. \j Wet Park. upstairs. BUSINESS CHANCES \L -.\4;)'R -One of the largest cereal loud malutfactulrers in the United States, located at Itlttle ('reek, Mich.. linds it necessary to open a branch office in flutte, and we want a, capalble nian wito can come well recomt nlrnled to fill the position of local manager. Salary $S,rou per year and percentage of bulst ilnes dne. IOur manager sthould make at leant $3,oai per year in thin territory; Imust invent $itl.i in accordance with our co-operative planl of ditlg business. .\ddress Pul're Vuood, L'ost ofice lItn ,174. Ilattle Creek, Mihll. i FRATERNAL ORDERS 'ilt? ".\TIhNl.\I. 1 k.\'INl\. I NItN N',. i.itnnes life, fick, accilent antid luntral pohal I,; mIt.lts every seconld antLd fourth ' tls. day io each mIoIi at (It d "Templar.' hasll. MIDWIFE taAM u 9f-- e' oems ,e rdg Peeaalvania bualdina. Hounet g to 4 is f I t. ee desead eiadays. FIRE INSURANCE REYNOILDS McDcW)t)hV .l., leading fre insurance' companies. Correct rates and promlt adjustments. 6 East Broadway. SCAVENGERS 'liTEPR MMSK, No. a East Meaourmi asagt work. Orders promptly AIled. ,DEYtJMED and ippled foet eaor apeelaitw expert reparing work gua;rsated. Cht Ma.sk. No. H North Aedemy. H. If. HIANHUN, H. D.-General aperata ssrgeoa. Olceas Nee, a, 4 ', lies0 .ow blaek. Ttlephone s4e .LI...,. S...LP . .... SCOTT, the stcve man kas removed to Mo. t) Eeat Park. 'Phone aumber, ap. deli. N. o s4 West Granite. Phole 6*-i. 1NISS SKEýL.LY--Piano. moy7 W\Vt Granite. KXI'EKIENCl.D housemover. Edgar l)ayton, 438 South Ohio. TeL 77a. Ofice a67 K. Park. AWNINGS. TENTS AND COVERS ALI .iNI)HJ made to order. Alexander Mac ulay, No. a M, Sonth Male. 'Phone s , tf uo buy 'a ctuntry piper, ue uewspape press. Address Platodealer. Hatrrse Maoot STOVES FOR SALE DON'T MISS IT--Great reduced price heater sale. Stove repairs. Highest price paid for secondhand furniture. Quick sales, small com. mission. The South Main Secondli and store, No. ati. 'Phone 857-M. SASSAYERS ., EIEti A WWNNYICIU, successors to jobs -. Bapty; swayers and chemisetas bullies melted and assayed or purehased. M lsp Hamilton street, Butte. Montaa. iHIOIiAS BUGY, assayer and chemist. Io _4o North M.In street, Mutte, rITZI'AT.II . & L.WIis, assayers; scs. E sres to A. B tombeuer. No. s8 North Wyo. ndsg street. 'Phouse i4-R. P. U. Bo si* CARPET CLEANING i'lrI OUpholteriag sad tCarpet Cisaul Coapsfyl works coreer Moatana sad Per. phyry. Telephone EU--. W sT.1'' I elehtelo ,uarpet Cleatdng Com"n panyi carpets sewed, remodeled. Oriental rags scoured. No. 1p West Broadway. lde. phone 867-A. TRANSFERS MONTANA TRIANSER CUO-Freight trans' fers moves engllnes, boilers, sales, machinery of all kinds; furniture van and storage; plia derrickll foe la i dileult places; dealers is eall and wood. Telephone ae UOl el No. as West Broadway. W. J. Christie, manager. tiNG WOULD'S BOX or 'pisoe ite. FOR SALE-HORSES I At .SAlE,.-K:ight.year-old horse, sound and gentle, weighs about .tsoo pounds; buckhktn color; well worth $73; will sell for $So if taken at once. Inquire at is7 West Park. POOL ROOM MEN DISMISS ACTION DEVELOPS THAT CITY IS MAKING NO EFFORT TO COLLECT THE $5,000 LICENSES. Th'le suit brought in the district court yesterday by the poolroom mnel, H. I. Wilson and others, against the city of Butte antd'somte of its officials, was dismissed to day by the plaintiffs. Tue reason for the dismissal, as stated by the attorney for the plaintilffs, Robert . Smith, is that the plaintiffs discovered that the defendants were not makingl any *flort to collect the $5,000 license against poo1roomls, provided for by an ordinance recently passed by the city council. In view of this fact, it was thought best to dismiss the suit. MARKET HAS BEEN EASIER Shows Good Resistance to Depressing Effect of Failures. BY ASSOCIA1 EiI PRESS, N¢w York, (Oct. a...-'The stock market las tlhoa~en good resistance this week to the de. ilres ing influence of the L i it u.omlinilliy ilad bank failures in lialtimore and Pittbllurg. 'Ilhis hlas caused the hope lhat necessitiols and forced liquidation in the stock market has been conmpleted, although the bclief is gen. eral that further contraction and reaction are to be looked for In business and industrial circles. The effect of accumulation of resources has hleen shown in the great ease in the money market and the growth of a marked demand by railway bondholedra. ulltte' Popua-.se pping r1is DINNEIU age t a t Ia DINNKE, s The best meat and best cooked foad for are In Butte. You get as much of any and eooey d.ih *lued as the bll I fare as yrou ash. Culsine suesetloed. DAN 1TEWLY. Proprietor. MSllýJL ,til8ADaA.QS1I1M , IIEAl )UU!ArRWIItS for masquerade costumea. lime. Robinson, teo West Granite street. C.LEANING AND DYEING PAUMIK'N I artiasn Dye House-All work gatarutsed. No. Is West Ualena street. 'Phoele - .A. French dyeing and oleaning. oo IAI.ML'4 bard cider at Palmer'n, i East troadwmy. Sc per glass. Try It. lRS. A. BIIti(rHkUIh, halrdreesg. meal' sere, oirepod. Na. see Woos Broadway. ACCORDEON PLAITING No sal West Broadway. Telephone p--IV. HARNESS AND SADDLES BEST workmahsap, lowest pr i guarautesd. Aluased Macaulay, Na. ua lsuth Main 'Phone da JUNK-HIDE DEALERS iORDON' & I'IERlEl.St)N-Scrsp lion, metal. hides. No. as Kants Platinum. 'P'hone 6t,. EDAgQBQAL RUDAK WORK and nelarging at Eastene pries,. Hawes. No. as West Meroey. ONi4U H WUOLD' H8U1 or telephone a. MONEY to loan oin furniture, pianos, salary, time checks and all other security, at low rates. Business conlfdential. Hutte Chattel Mortslge Co., gSo W. I'ark St.. ist floor. MUNIKY 'U LOAN o est estate, smeas property, lIvestock, pleao aorf Imllttuor. rai I "o propoasitt.. Moes ! Mldlveso, Meo * West Prk. Roosm I. IfNeRYcT - sussture, ortn estate or say eseurBet, Montana Clheltl Leas Ca. Oofe No. sa Clurk bloak. 11 uNd a i lsUOT wits asgota si lois for you an real estate security. Moots a. a, p. Slver Bow bloek. O iTLOU- -?rn iuretture or any se1ee titles. Edward Cbthapmea. Room a, yp West BrErdway. t~A-WS-ToIeiy to loin iat per aecsl ao delays. Hail 1Jrotbers, No. 4i Lest tlras way, Butte, Montans. ihiGY.Tli b. L WA on any kind a securtry. The Daveaport Co., No. ass Hamilton strest. ...J.ODL PAR9L. .. S. MEIWAIl Noodle Parlore-lmportere ABe teas, noodles. ChLu, Bule Melwmb Cc tI. srp corner Mercury (the alley). S. Ross, asp West Galena street. f ,s" knoL 0 wl.,ra-noits of (. V. Jones (sometimes called Frank), will please address I.. W. Jones, Blasin, Mont. ADVICK fees i delicate legal mnatterss satietly oanldeantali promptneu g-uusnteed. ois 6g, Butte, MontLas. M18T N Y'5M C EbAIllgrades itghL No. 41s West Mercury. Only private at Girson's Loan OMes, No. as ,. Park Mt. MILLINERY . ibWELL iS'i,3LS of i millinery, low prices. New millinery parlors. 647 Utah avenue. MASSAGE MM, . L 8. CAkSUN-Skren - lo masseur. Oaeest No-. p4--ayg PenMnylvania buildiag. 'Phone r-NB. fall and wlntae woolens. No. ase North Main. . l,4a.est Broadway, will buy, pack ship, store or exchange your household goods. Pay highest cash prices. Sto upito-date second-hand heating stoves alseo full new line stoves and ranges to exchange for second-band goods. eccleli. Telephone 933f11. ,,WAN'-tr--saonid.hand furniture bought an sold. No. g11l ast I'uk street, Butte. Tel phone 6--F. E. McNamara. MINING AI'PPLICATION NO. 4e6. United States Land Oflice, Helena, Montana, September s5, goj3. Notice is hereby given that Henry L. John. aton and Andrew J. Johnstdn, whose postoilice address is Butte, Montana, and Oliver Y. Johnston, whose postoftice address is Missoula, Missoula county, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 5s6.a lines feet, being 348 feet northeasterly and 3z8.a feet southwesterly from discovery shaft, of the Barina No, a Lode Mining claim, upon whlich a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted the sad day of September, A. D. 1o93, situated in Summit Valley (uaorganized) min. Ing district, Silver Bow county, state of Mlon tana, designated as Survey No. 6948, in the unsurveyed portion of Fractional 'Township 3 north, Range 7 west, being more particularly described as followsl Beginning at the southwest Corner No. r. a point in tie north side line of Survey No. 6036, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside and marked a.694g for Corner No. i, from whirl the quarter sce. tion corner on the east boundary of Section u1, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears north 83 degrees s7 minutes 39 seconds west, 7807.1 feet, and running thence south 89 degrees 38 minutes east, 576.5 feet; thence north a de. grees ta minutes west, 153.3 feet; thlence north 89 degrees 38 minutes west, 576.5 feet; thence south a degrees Is minutes east, 15J.3 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of s.o acres, of which too acres is in conflice with Survey No. 5o96, not claimed, leaving an area of s.o3 acres claimed by the above nlamed applicants. The location of this claim is of record in the county recorder's office of Silver !sow county, Montana, in Uook "U," of Lode Locations, on htage 419. The adjoilntln claims to these premises are Survey No. so.5, Sarina Lode on the north and west; Survey No, 6oo3, Kopper King No. a Lode en the east, and Survey No. 6.6, Columbus Lode, on the south, FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register, Samuel Barker, Jr., attorney for appleants. (First Publication September al, ypoJ). INTER MOUNTAIN WANT ADS PAY MINING APPLICATION NO. 4661. tnited States Land OfcRea, Helenl, Montana, October s atA Notice Is hereby given, that Thomas II. Cot. ter and Harry C. C'otter, by Michael A. Donsa hue, their atlorntey.nilact, whose poatolmfi address is fiitte. tilver Ilow county, Montana, have this day filed an application for a patent for i,Suo linear feet, the same beag for sss feet in a westerly and S45 feet Ia an aslterly direction front the point of discovery on thli flank Lode Mining Claim, situated In Summit Valley r'inorganierd) mlning district, Silvet flow coulnty, lMontalnel, the position, course, and extent, of the saidl miinig claim, dsilgns. ted by an (t)ctial survey thereol, as Survey No. 6456, Township No. S north, Range y west, a notice of which was posted on the claim an she oith day of Sepltemnber, Ipnj, and bring more particularly set forth and descrilied in the olicial lehll notes and plat thereof on file in this oflce, as (lollows, to*witl Beginning at the northwest location corner, a granite ihoiulder in place., j411s foot above slolonil, miarkelt 6a456 for Corner No. a, Iront whencre Initial i'nint No. s, established lot surveys In Fraction I ownship 3 north, Range 7 west, tbers nortll 41 deglrees aq minutes west, alit lee, and running thelnce tnrth 5i deglres .7 minultes east, t,so ter.t; to the northeast Cornter No. a; thence south 4 degrees a3 tolts utes east, 3sS feet to tlle soutllheast Corner No .; thence south itS degrees 37 nlltutes west I,gn feet to Corner No. 4; thelnce soutlh 7 degrees 36 minulittes west, ,)u feet to the south. west Corner No. 5; thence north 4 degrees aJ tinttes west, 34J5 fet to (orlner No. I and pliee ol beginning, contl,ining an area ofl a.se acres clained by the above naalied applicantsl for patsl. The location of thits mine Is reetrded in the staer of tlhe reconrder uo Silver ilow county. in Ilok V it I.,udes. Ont the oluthl is Survey No. tloi, Mary t!lles Lode; Jamesl W. Mtuay, ct. al., applilants; on the soutihwest Sutrvey Ni,. a72., Jorsephlnt I odte, lolert Millridlr, applicantsl an the west, the Iltrllle No. a I.ode, unsuitryed, Samllplson Iteer. rlnimanl. FRANK I). IIRA('I.., Register. Jol. II. Harper IU. S. Claim Agenlt. (Vit Publihcaion, 'ctohler 6, llog,) MINING( Al'PPI.f('ATION NO. 4713. 1 staited sitst, soId siiflLe, HIelena, IMotitanal, O(ctober IS, 1903. Notice is lihrely given tIhat James hI. IO'tllen. Ainna ioen strein and the liens of Johnt IE:ddy, lireiessed, whone Iipostulice alshrhe II Ilutle, lionltansa, have this day iled their applilcation fr a patlrnt Ior 1491 linear tet, letinK /46 (ret'l tith ti dtegrresee IS ttinutes reat andl 746 t iet southii 7y degrees 46 minutes west frotn tlittnvery shalt tt the Gild hlug I.,iode mining claimt, ltlilpn whicth a ltitte of inltentltiot toi appllty fur a platrlll wiai postedll oil t le .5llt lday f I( loillr, asnJ, situltteld in (fcnttrRgantrled) mining dlitlll.t, JItlersttn .tlunllty, state of Mnit. tans, Ideignailllrld as Sullrrv Nit. tnill In 'rar. tiolial nWllstllil 3 .l rth it Ratntge 7 west, lie. ing otluie lpaticulrly ile.crited as follows, to-wit: Ilehgiting at the northwest Corner No. I, a granite ilowldrt in pilaie, wtlessed by Ieartltg tree, atnd tll ainllrtIl "- t 7t1t8 for Corner No. s, fron whichl I1. I' , Townslip 3 north, Ralnge 7 west, Irersl ntth 2t 6 degreers mino utles west, 6431 6, feet: lan running tlhece htoittht 14 degrees Il7 nltlllts cast, 534 leel; thelice northl 74 dtegrees ia Inlnulte eastr , 1473 feel; tIlelnce inortl 14 ilrerC.it 17 mitnutes westll 46, fetc; thlliltr siutlll 7J dcgrlees 54 minutes went, 71) tert; thence stiutht 7 degrees 46 minutes west, 746 feet to the place of begin. tlillg, cnltaining aull area tIf s6.3a,.Scres claimed by Iht above naedsiI apptlicants. 'iThe location iof tilts claim Is of record in the ('ulinty Ierrrdler' oflIRce of Jetlleson Ioullnty, MWonilatn, in Iluok iA of Lode Loc.. tionls, onll C1age i10 'I'he djioiiititg claims itn theie prenmises are unkltuwn. FRAN . f ill tAIL, Register. S;atunrtl IHarker, Jr., Attcrney for Alpplticantl (First I'tliartion. Octber I6, o03.) MdINING Al'I' ATI'Al'lON No. 47o0. llnited States Land ()ffice. Helena, Montana, (In toler as, aotS. Notire is herehy ivean that ('harles Mattison and John lterkin, whose postoffice address Is ltilre, Montanla, lhave this day lileld their appli. cation for a patent for 15ao linear feet, thcing y75 feet ca*st'rly andu 65$ feet westerly, front the poinat of discovery in discovery tunnel of the Sunlrise I.,ade Mining claim, upon which a notice of iltention to aprply for a patent was posted on the 8th day of O(ctoler, A. 1). 19e0. siotuSed in .utknown mining district, Silver 1ow county, state of MIontalna, designalted as Survey No. 6998 in Fractilonal 'wwnasllip 3 north, Range 7 west, anld bctlllg Inlhre particu. larly described as follows, to-witl: Blegiinning at the mtrllteast C(orner No. r, a giraite ltone set in the grotuial, wilth a mound ,t earlthI ,lldngidle, and marked -"I".. (fiql8 for Corlter No. I, froml which the tlltarter Section Corner on the south boundalry of Section 14. T'ownshllip 4 Irtll, ilanlge 7 west, bears north 34 diegrees 04 mtinltut elast 34t9.5 feet., anid tun. tling itillnce soutilh S iled.c es It minutes cait 06.$ freet; thence south H4 degree, 47 minutes went, igon feel; thence north aI5 degrees at mninules west, 55s feet; thelnce norbt j8 degrees So minuted east, 49g6 feet to tile place of begin. ning, conlltalining an area of o0..o acres claimed by the above named applicants. The location of this claim is of record in the office of the county recorder of Silver llow county, Montana, in BUok "," of Lode Loca. tions, at liage tns. 'lThe adjoitining claim to these premises is Survey No. 4070, I.urgan .ofde on the east. FIANK D. MIItACI,., IRegistcr. Samuel Marker, Jr., Attiaorney for Applicants. (First Publiclation, October 1., 19os.) (REPUBLICATIO.N.) MINING API'LCA'ION NO. 4(pb United States Land urni.e, Helena, Montana, Sept. a, loo. Notice Is hereby given, that the ulltte Lang & Investment company, by Simton V. Kern. per, its attorney.in fact, whose postoffica ad. dress is Butte, Silver flBw olunty, Montana. has this day Bled an application for a patent for t3.63 acres of the Xcnophalnels laccr Mining Claim, situated in (unorganiaed) Mininig Dii trict, Silver Dow county, Mlontana, a notice of whichl was posted on the claim on thse 57th day of August, goo, anid being more particu. larly set forth and descrihbed in the official examination and Report No. t76, on file ia this oflice, as follows, to-wit: Lots a and a, and tite east half of thel northwest quarter of Section l8, Township a north, Range 7 waet. The location of this mine is recorded in the eAice of tile iRecorder of Silver flow county, on Page 40o, in Book B of I'lncers. There are no known adjoining claims to _ese premises. FRANK D. MIRAC:I., Reglster. Jos. H. Ifarper, U. S. Claim Agenl. IN Till1: l)DIS''rIT COU(RT OF THIS SS|CONDI JIl)l(ICIAf. DtISTRICT OF 'TlllK STATE OF MONTANA, COUNTY OF S1.A'EiR( 1IUW. In the matter of the estate of John Robilthon, diecraaerl. Ntlice of tin'e appointed for proviln will, etc. 'Pursuant to an ord'r of sail district court, mn;lle (,on the t6tht clay of tcltberr, t9s3, q.tice bi hereby glvent that lMonday,', the ad day of Naovcmlber, ta03, at to o'clll k a. Itl. ot said day, at the courtroom of raid court, at tie city of luttle, in the said coanty of Silver oow, has been appointed as tilhe timr an place for proving the will of said Jollll lobllltsn, and for hearinlg the appllicatio of Osclar Wells, I r the issatance to him of letters testnlntentIry, whlen and where any pierc' intirested tl:y appear and contlEt the cslc. 1)aled October tt, lio.t. SAMUEL M. ROLII. TS, Clerk. By Edward \V. Ralph, Dejtputy Clerk.