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NEW YORK QUOTATIONS
(Reported by Coe Commission Co.) New York, Nov. .--The opening and clos. lag quotations on the stock exchange today were as follows: Open. Close. American eIe ....................... 6 634 do. preferred...................... ai a23 Amalgamated Copper ............. 1aS 38I Anaconda Mining Company....... 64/ 64,, Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe..... 67,t 6; do. preferred................. go4 9on Baltimore & Ohio.......... ... . 74% 7534 lBrooklyn Rapid Transit........... 3 3j6A Canadian Pacific...................tSy s tSIM Chesapeake & Ohio.............. a3o 3o'i Chicago Great Western ...........15 i Js%; Consolidated Gas................ 76 Erie .......................... a7!. 2 do. first preferred............... 661 6o/, Illinois Central ....................t3o7,1 131 Louisville & Nashville ....... ....otl so, Leather....................... 7 8 Manhattan Consolidated .......... t35. sta6 Metropolitan Traction............. ttoa3 10o Mexican Central............ ... ..g pH Missouri, Kansas & Texas......... 6 O/ 6Y, do. preferred .................5 3js 35/ Missouri Pacific.................... 9gz 9r,~ New York Central..............q34 119 Norfolk & Western ............... s64 56s,. Northwestern.............. .....65 1631. Pennsylvania Railway ............1aot0'4 .ro People's Gas ........................ 94/ 9e4t Reading........... .............. ... 45 45'1 Rock Island........... ... 24 :, do. preferred.................... 59V 9pq:; LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS Kansas City Livestook. BY ASSOCIATED PIESS. Kansas City, Nov. a.-Cattlc-Receipts, It,,11 head including 2,500 Texans. Mlarket steady. Native steers, $3.50o'5.3o; Texas and Indian steers, $2.oo(3.to; Texas cows, $1.a561 .73; noi. tive cows and heifers, $F.SoGtj.9o; stockers nn i feeders, $2.borti4.oo; bulls, $s.rorou.6o; cnlves, $z.a25y;.So; western steers, $3.ooaj,4.J5; western cows, $1.:50 2.oo, Ings--Receipts, 4,000o head. Market steady. Blulk of sales, $4.90p,5.35; heavy, $4.a3o!rS.lu%; packers, $4.9505.20; medium, $S.oS.S.ao; light. $5.r1SoJs.3/.1; yorkers, $5.35(55.4o; pigs, $S.-·2u 3.40, Sheep-Receipts, 5,ooo head. Market weak. Mluttons, $2.60o..95; lambs, $2.g.S.a5; range wethers, $.firstname.lastname@example.org; ewes, $2.25,43.45. Omaha Livestock. BY A.SOrtATr.D PR:SS. South O)maha, Nov. a.-Cattle--Rceipts, I,$Soo head. Market steady. Native steers, $email@example.com; cows and heifers, $2.7s50.75: west* erm steers, $3.oo04.40; Texas steers, $...753r4.0o; calves, $j.oo.'_.25; bulls, stags, etc., $1.25. 27.3. IN THE STREET TODAY BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, Nov. a.-A languid and irregular movement in prices characterized the openilnt dealings in the stock market. Stock of locil municipal corporations were bid up sharply, Brooklyn Rapid Transit and Metropolitan Street Railway rising ashout a point and Ameri can Ice preferred nearly 3. W\'abash preferred and Pressed Steel Car gained a point, and the grain carrying roads and Eastern trunk lines improved good frac tions. Business was very dull, but offerings were light. Thlcre were slight recessions before noon. Bonds were rather heavy at noon. Prices generally crept up very slowly except for Amalgamated, which reacted to % below Saturday's close. Union Pacific, Missouri Pacific, Atchison, Southern Pacific and American Locomotive preferred rose s/. Denver & Rio Grande pre ferred fell a point. The drift of prices was ex. tremely sluggish. One or two specialties re acted rather abruptly at the last, Imaking the closing irregular and very dull. Government Bonds. BY ASSOCIATED PRESS, Washington, D. C'., Nov. a.--Secretary Shaw has given notice that on February 2, 19o4, In terest will cease on such of the 5 per ccent bonds of 19o4 as may be outstanding on that HOLDS COMPANY IS SUB JECT TO HIS MANDATES (Continued from Page One.) that on October to he went to the terri tory in dispute and there found a number of men cross-cutting somne ao feet below the 7oo-foot level of the Rarus. The cross-cut was run to the north and judg ing from the sound of the drills, there were men working east of the Michael Devitt end line. He saw cars being trammaed and the waste being dumped down a chute along the end line of the Devitt. 'He stated that the stopes and cross-cuts were some 40 feet away and it was impossible to get to the face of the cross-cut. He found several doors and bulkheads in his progress to the Devitt, and got through them by removing the lagging on the side. He went back a week later and found that the M. O. P. company's employes were driving another cross-cut immediately above the other and within eight feet from the roof of the lower or secret cross-cut. The waste from the upper cross-cut was being dumped below so as to close the en trance to the lower cross-cut. There was a small hole left for air in the lower level, but he could not see very far into the aperture, and was afraid to attempt to cn ter, 'He heard men working in the secret cross-cut. "When you returned after the Ioth of October, did you find any change in the condition existing at the time of your first visit?" Mr. Finnegan was asked. "Yes. I found that the men had run another crosscut just above the secret or first crosscut discovered and had turned it away from the lower one." "Did you enter Saturday?" "Yes, and saw they had filled up the crosscut and it was impossible to get in." "Had you tried to get in again after your first discovery that they were mining in ,Michael Devitt territory below the 700 foot level of the Rarus?" "I made several attempts but there were so many bulkheads and watchmen that it was impossible to get near the workings." "Could the crosscut be easily cleared?" "Yes, the loose dirt could be taken out through the 7oo-foot level of the Rarus. I could not say if it could be taken out through the Pennsylvania. There is about s5 feet of dirt in there." A recess was then taken until 2 o'clock. POGSON, PELOUBBE'r & CO. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS NIew York - 20 Broad Street Chicago . Marquette Bullding St. Louis Chemical Building Butte . Hennessy Building Aviiras or' OlOKO AND ACCOUN'rs, 61.'Trta. or iOOKtt|NO'INt utt OSTS, .'i ANP tAt'I . E'XAtAi 'I A l Ino ,, I.r'l, Olpe.. Close. Southern Railway .................. :3 S~4 Southern Pacific .................. 4.24 43 Smelter * ................. ....... 43J7 4374 Sugar Refinery... ...................t7 164i St. Paul............................ * sY 139)4 Tennessee Coal & Iron............ ag Texas Pacific....................... 4 24 Twin City Rapid Transit Co...... 85!4 87 Union Pacific .................... .7I4 74?6 United States Steel........... . Iji J31i do. preferred................. 58 59 !i Waash........................... 1914 1g do. preferred ................... 33. 334 Western L nion.................. 8, 83j Wisconsin Central...................... . 16!" do. preferred...................... 35? 35.5' oMuntcy at J4 per cent. Total sales, sg9,6oo. Boston Copper Stocks. (Reported by Coe C'omntni.ion Co.) Iloston, Nov, 2.-Today's mliing shares on the stock exchange were listed :.s follows: Amalgamated..................... . 38i Anaconda.... ........................ 64,5 Osceola ................................ . 57,q Parrot .................................. t8 ( Mohawk ...... .................... 37 tt(j3 )Daly.West............. ............ 37"4i(t371i 't'matarack..... ................ t Utah Consolidated .............. a .,t, Shalnnon ............... . ... 4...i. 9') i Copper RangeC........................ 47I.st47' Centennial ...................... ...... t 17 United States............. ............. ..Q Trinity.......................... . 7 i 11ogs--Reeipt.s., a,,, head. h;;nrk ,t rtca ly. hleavy, $4.3.8v.0,:; mixed. -.loicus.o,; light, $5.t~i*.rS25: plig, $4.95r#5.J; bulkf i sales, $4.., S15.ns; canners. $t.Srrui.oo. Sheep R(ecipts, 17,00) head. Market steady \\'Ctern14, $:.70o3J..;: wethers,. $3SJ.J30',5 : ewe, $:.:'.44 conllm.ton anutd stockers, $..3ouer4.u; la.nbs, $3.7ya .no. Chicago Livestock. ('hi.ago, Nov. a. Cattlet R.'eript, 6, Gc head. Good to prime stccrs. $5."5515.75; Ipor to oewdittu, $.ooti.4.75: stockers and feedere, $_.2S544.40; cows, $Is~.(:54:5; calves, $.Soooa6.7i; l'exas fed steers, $.73i3rJ3S'; wer.ternt stecr;, $3.3.Mr 4.50. Ilogs-Receipts today. 25,0120 head: tomor-* row, :r,oo herad. Mixed and butchers, $5..tut; 5.50; good to choice heavy, $4.9ro.5.30; rough heavy, $4.6or04.9o; light, $4.95s 5..4o; bhulk of sale*, $4.g5S.t. .l'Sheep-- Receipts, So,on head. Sheep and lambs, steady. (;oud to choice wcthers, c $3.0," 3.6&; fair to choice mtlixed, $2...tor3.o, westcrCt sheep, $2.256..3.60; native lambs. $3).JS(2tS.50; wcsrttr lalrmbs $3.S..t.5j.. date. The redemption of these bonds will coni tinue with interest until maturity. New York Silver. BIY ASSOt'IATE I'PRESS. New York, Nov. a.---ltar silver, 59Yc; Mesi can dollars, .15¼c. London Silver. BV AShOi'lATED PRIESS. London, Nov. . --liar silver closed steady at r7'ld Iper ounce. Metal Market. IBY ASSOtCIATED PIRESS. New Y'lork, Nov. :.-Collppr and lead, steady; uncl anglletd. Pennsylvania Dividend Declared. liY ASSOCIATED I'RFSS. P'ltilaldelphia, I's., Nov. 2. -The directors of the einnsylvania Railroad company mert today and declared the regular semnliannuall dividend of 3!. per cent, Novemlltber 30. pliayable to stock. holders of record, Novelmber 5. St. Louis Wool. St. Louis, \1o., Nov. 2. \Wool, nominal; westerns, 17ft'ou; tine Imediutm, 15SQr'l7c; fin", 15u' 16c. LITERARY NEWS October Publications. On1 Wednesday, October a., the follow illng books were publishecd by Iloughton. Mifflin & Co.: "The Land of .ittle Rain," a inature book on Southeasternl California, by Mary Austin, with miany illustrations in tint; "l.ong Will," a ro Itance of Chaucer's time, by Florence Converse; "Reminiscences of an Astrono mtier" by Prof. Sitmoni Newcomb;l "Tile Gentle Reader," containing ten pungent essays by Samiuel M. Cuthers; "A Listener in Babel," being a series of imnaginary conversations ott questions of the day, by Vida D. Scudder; "The Chri;t Story," told for children by Eva March Tapllan, illustrated fromt famous paintings; "A Lieutenant under \Vashington," a story for boys, by Everett 1'. Tomlinson; a study of "\Williaml Ellery Channing," by Paul Revere Frothinghatm; and a limited Riverside Press edition of "Fifteen Son inets of Petrarch" translated by Thomas Wentworth Higgins. lThey are also issuing pocket editions of Amterican clas sics. including Emerson, Longfellow, Whittier, Hawthorne, Lowell and Holmes, in attractive flexible leather bindings, at a moderate cost. American Literature. The publication by Houghton, Mifflin & Co. of Higgins and Boynton's Reader's History of American Literature is a re linder that this house publishes the authorized editions of tile writings of 18 of those authors-56 in all-who in ac cordance with the plan of the present history are considered to have contributed most to pure literature in America. In Iloughton, Mifflin & Co.'s portrait catalogue, which includes all their publi cations, are given lists of the writings of these great authors' together with their portraits. Nearly 60 other portraits also appear in this catalogue. The Brooklyn Eagle said recently: "There are some publishers' catalogues that are as essen tial to every man's library as any other work of reference, and the portrait cata logue of Houghton, Miffllin & Co.'s books is one of them." The publishers offer to send a copy to any address on request. -November McClure's. The November McClure's, which begins the a2nd volume of that publication, is more than a mere magazine. In its three leading' articles it presents a vivid picture of sociological conditions in the United States which, in another age, may prove most significant documentation. On the more purely political side Lin. coin Steffens continuing his startling se ries on the governmental degradation of cities, arrives at New York, with a study of Tammany; and in the semi-political, semi-social sphere, Ray Stannard Baker reveals a new phase of what the calls "the new conspiracy" is "The Trust's New Tool-The Labor Boss." Musical Guide. "The Musical Guide," hty Rupert Hughes, which is being published this mouth by' McClure, Phihlips & Co., is sure to find a welcome among amateurs, stu dents of music and professionals. It is in two volumes, at a popular price, and for that reason will be within the teach of the thousands of music lovers who have wanted a book of reference, but have been unable to afford the usual dictionaries in from eight to a dozen volumes. While "The Musical Guide" is brief, it is in clusive, and above all it is up-to-date- 9po3. Joel Chandler larris. Joel Chandler Harris' contribution to the present literary season is in the form of a volume of fairy and folk-lore tales, un der the title of "Wally Wanderoon and His Story-telling Machine," which Mc Clure, Phillips & Co. have just brought out. It is very characteristic of the crea tor of Uncle Remus, and is full of his humor, his sweetness and his delightful fancy. The idea of a story-telling ima chine is a very happy one, and just the right kind of a peg for Mr. Harris to hang his imaginative tales upon. The book is one of the kind that you will want to give to a child after you have read it yourself. LITERARY NOTES The Century's new series of illustrated" articles on Italian gardens to begin in the November issue is the rest'?t of the con work in Italy last winter of EIdith Wharton and Maxticeld Parish. Since gardening is rapidly coining to are an impoprtant ele ment and iite-rewt in American life this series is happily timely. The November ('enttury will cnit tin the first published accont:t of the dilliculties and tlangetrs hbein.; : :;,e~ sfully O\v.ucotel in the construction of the Iludsol,1t River tunnel. ()lie of the molsst putzzlin1 it1 'lentlls coo-ll fronting nmodern engineerin "s kill hats been the necessity of tulllnnling it nt llte-r buti thrttoug'h water. Iow tlhe protllet was solved and at what risks anIl cost will be tihe subject of II. A.hllin,;n IBruce's "'Fighting ithe Hiudson." Of unusI;ual value andt iter'est in the No. .cmnler St. Nicholas will Is' a diseus'rios hy Jamles M. Islt.Igc, ipresidlit:t f the American Sci-tt- of M, "htanical 1.n gineers, on "The Money V\alile of Train ing." The' article gives the creamn of an address deliv-erl by Mr. I) 's!dgt' t the an nual commnencttentnt of the Williamson Trade School of Philadelp;hia, in lMa'ch, I,>u3. ir. tlDodge offers stlgsl'stions and statistich, of value not only to those inter-"' ested ill atc hanical pulrsuits, but to every Americalt boy who exllptt, to achieve a successful career, wlhether on individual linies or as ant employer in sa.;le grat in dustry. \VhWlttver his life-work is to be the best investment thait a boy catll ake is Otr "invest him.self" bIy "increasing his own potettial valo '."' a nt l in thet" a:-c 'mI pliiln tt of this, as Mr. l).sdge points out, training plays a vital part. An illustratedI clition of Everyman is lpromised in the near fut:re from the houste f J. F. Taylor & t'o.. New York. This edition has been protaredl utnder the supervision of 'Mr. (;rett, who brought his coimpaLty fro.t lEngland to plre'sent this old Morality Play in America. The Sta ;c edi tion twill be of great value, as it shows the etottlumei an.l scenery uetld by the original coltipany. All excellent itntrohltuction has been written by the editor, Montrose J. Mloses. The voltume is artistically 4nund with a decorative cover, depicting the c:ar acter cf Everyntan. A little voluttle ftll of wit and wisdom will be discovered by wh,,cver buys Ml ther (;ose san.l (,thers in Wall Street. The name of the au::thtor is concealed under the inom dte pliltume of IBond Mann. O(ne does nit nered to lie a victim of Wall street speculation to uInderstanld and en joy the clever lilies and the illustrations of this little ht,, k. 'Thine cost is only 25 cents, but it contains humlorous advice worth a thousandl timtes as mnuch. The announcemlent il thle November McClure's that Miss Tarbell will again take up her "llistory of the Standard Oil colpany" ill the I)eccmlber numllber wi'I interest liany who have followed the first series. These articles, eacth complete ill itself and together forming a collmplete' history. have Ineen a trettendouls hiit. An other "HIistory of Standard ()il" has ap Iteared in Iook fort latesly, but amter one has read this one, that of Miss lTarbell re imains and burns. It is anlnoalncerl that Miss Tl'rlbell will end her series with a character sketch of John I). Rocltcfeiler. McClure's Magaznie has secured a prize in Mrs. Riehltnnsl. Slit' knows how to take a nice, jolly, slangy college boy and make a good story out of him. Int "The Sultreme Test," Novembller itlnber, Julils, after shifting the scenery a bit, gives his sister and her lover the Center of ti,' stage. It's a very amusing, clever little tale. AN ENDORSEMENT Butte, Mont., October 4. tgo3j. Inter Mountain l'ublish.ntg Co., City: (;entlement- e have carefully exam ined Cram's Popular Family AItlas and find it reliable atnd up-to-date in every particular. Very respectfully, Rice & F:ulton, Ilutte Biusiness college. M1INIG APPLICATION NO. 4700. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana. October IJ, 19o3. Notice is herehy given that (harlcs M!artison and John Iterkin, whose postoflice address is Iutte, Montana, have this day filed their appli. cation for a patent for 15io linear feet, being 875 feet easterly and 6a5 feet westerly, from the point of discovery in discovery tunnel of the Sunrise Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 8th day of October, A, l. 1D. 3, situated in unknown mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6998 in Fractional Township 3 north, Range 7 west, and being more particu. larly described as follows, to-wit: Begilning at the nortlteast Corner No. r, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside, and marked .... 1.6998 for Corner No. t, from which the quarter Section Corner on the south boundary of Section 34, Township 4 north, Range 7 west, bears north 24 degrees o4 minutes east 3499.5 feet, and run. ning tllence south s5 degrees is minutes east 606.5 feet; thence south 84 degrees 47 minutes west, s5oo feet; thence north 15 degrees is minutes west, 585 feet; thence north 83 degrees 59 minutes east, s4g6 feet to the place of begin. ning, containing an area of ao.ao acres claimed by the above named applicants. The location of this claim is of record in the office of'the county recorder of Silver Bow county, Montana, in Book "S" of Lode Loca. tions, at Page saa. The adjoining claim to these premises is Survey No. 4a7o, Lurgan Lode on the east. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. Samuel Barker, Jr., Attorney for Applicants. (First I'ublication, October 13, 9og3.) STOCKIIOLDERS' NOTICE. The twelfth annual meeting of the stock. holders of the Brownfield-Canty Carpet corn, pany will held on November 8, I0o3, at the company's office, Nos, 48 to 54, West Nark street, city of hButte, for the purpose of elect. ing trustees for the ensuing year and transact. ing any other business that may properly come before the meeting. JAMES A. CANTY, President. William Brownfield, Secretary and Treasurer. Butte, October as, 19o3. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE INTER MOUNTAIN WA N T ADS ONE CENT A WORD DEATHS AND FUNERALS. J)URAN-- Peter liugh )DoranI, the 7-ntolths-ol.t son of Peter Doran, died last night at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Akin, No. 104 East DIaly street, \Walkerville., SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE \1 .\NT ti-Woman who has two small chit. dren wants emplioyment where she canl go hote nights. Address Mrs. M., Inter Moun :ain. desires position it or out of towll, Adthle (Mlice ;tirl, Inter Mountain. \\AN" I ll) i filtnitree gIi r-wanCt, liAki Address Nur.se G(;irl, Inter lMontlain. V\'.\N'I'E 1 krlteripcle w,;;iln waits house.ll;l keepling vwhecre IterC is nlo ikltress.. ,\ddress Ilo utsekeeper, liter lounlttitll. Address a-y \'t.orker, Inte1r Monllltitnll. ship. Addreis (lonflctiotnel y 1ikk. Inter .M1 untain. \\ \NTF.I) 'T'.acher wanIts poitilo in fttln y; ViIusic intt 1141u1. Alice ( tliln, i iri . A -nt. ,1 '5,, l.na tIry W o\\'rker. Inter Molllntilll. \\ A.\,SXTl )-- Stn 'lrailher 1111d bookk,'lepr'' 51.lts situ.u th. A\ddrs."s .Sten.,g aph tr, I11t r Mlotunt!:int. \ iANtrilt lin by the lll . Room t t, .t' EI.t Park. SITUATIONS WANTED--MALE \ \NT i)'; I'ti ,t cl,ocv I ,okk, ld p r 5111;1,l pno tn.n; will nt lpt hlitada 51,11. 0| a 1 .Iy k1t1d. . bolh lhit dl,, es,€r. Ih tr M ,ountain. \I \N'I It :II llt.1, d 11t1 w llli'lll ,,i or oCth ml w.lnts, slIl..ion. _ ._d,_ ewis Aln,_ ll lr t(111 ll l I 1 I'i It I'tle, liltlr l I t. l l.. 111 c tI 11 . 1\TI 1' ,. It t '. n t r , 1k.1 I wh111 n 1 ,I r nut 1of Iltttle. A he.ts ( h'lek, tn;,t , .n1notin. \\,\N'I'I"TI) .anit.or dcsitse p tt.n 'r sunher "tailnds 11411 air or strall: hl ..t. .\d1 ,ls J).utn I I'r, Intter ihu tt:n.llll \\.\ANT'I' I) lhnnt, reliable 1,l,,, .t boly wu.nl5 f ihe claning. `Addre:s I'. lBuy, llnter Al lunltain. HELP-, WANTED 1MALE . Ilnintac torntn hI i 1,.; P;11;11v, '. ',: p:o, w-lk ly ; xpctlo m nII I II',, y l. ;IlII Ycdl; pllviou. t'i;wrienre unn';tt.e·: ly. Sta.lllbid IluuL., (C;a'. It, n i ildting, I hito n.. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE IIIlI.INA I'I(t l1'I.I I'V for ,,.:1 1. 1',1h:h .ge f..r Iutle re:ll c.l tatll . ti, 1 11 Illll b1 1 II' . Jlot 'isn t st, reet, tt1111,'. FOR RENT-ROOMS I'atH INT "T'w, r o,,m ht.'nibbe,,I f1 tir Imnuseker pi.· g. I 'lp n l. l,,. 41.'; Sl. l.h.. lI T'I'IL.. (} I tR ) lXi.FORD o ,a It p; in' ,4:t' S; ni odernl con'tIe' it n11. "r. S tmih MlAin. (' II' tI I furrniIlihi rout',. Yulk hibl k. (., i W\isl Park. FI" R R) I NT "'r. d-ht it ra nlt. ,,: ('olchr:ue,1. LOST I. INI t Pair '.J ,r;iI:n ecd r; cciu:.s.h , wtih Iac. Rt'turn Into Itllr .onltain ,hire landl receivet reatld. A. A. I. twe. FOUND SI((' NI) L.ady' pnr.r, r..n:aining in ,ny ,utl p.pers, at \ til.u '.4 te I l I' ive, Si. lrdI: y. ()OIwn r can rer v.tr arlle tby t;llling ;t llrr. It)I'NI) A hank hwnik hr'irii niontse ii NeliI• Arnold, (Wlwntr nall at 715 SouttIh \\ yinlllgll < d wnt+ulairsl). FOR SALE-COWS pI i ii SALE Two go'-"l cow,. Apply oa,) \Iot \\nitman. GOLD MINES TO LEASE . INEI:, niill ln I i -t::rrhin ry I I .we, ..ith , ,It p;y ore in the ni,'. '.bi it, pi ,,,,i ,, withlllh t mallhla ine'r, r if e"tsv asi- .,; Ito, railro.t.. CARPET CLEANhING JIIlI'TTE l'ph litrin;(IE nJ li ':,r4,,t 'rlng tl ompany;k f or ve orner Ali;tn; t ;ln- IrI',r. lphyry. T't i thn, n . (ti . ..1 . 1\\EST SI)IE l.h rir ('arpt It'hlalniIn (,om panh ; carptri itw'd, rt menh1.h,, 1 in.tilt! rug r scoared. No. 13 West l!ritdway. 'JIele. Ihllne 'O67 A. TRANSFERS T of all kinds; ftrntrtre van and , rare: pi-in , | derr ick for use in diflitult l:,ae ; ihaler', n c* at and wood. "'(th pi,,lne ,'. I Icll'e: No. 13 \\ett Iroadway, \'. J. Christi,, managet. ItING; WORI¢I.1)'S IN )X or 'phnt ut,.). OCULIST AND AURIST )IH T. A. G;lti;t; .,:e,. car, n.4., thr-oat andi I ilgu; Iprices I moderaite; tersllh e;.I. N.i. 41 Ii ho,,r buildling, 'Phonel . q.-A. OSTEOPATHY 1~ ' ennsmylvania builFng. IIors': 9 to I, Sto 4, 7 to 8. (flice cl:,cl Sndayi.. FIRE INSURANCE itI'INOIl.DtS & MelI)OW\tI.:; hielding fire ii.niurance companlies. (orrect rates and prompt rad justlments. 46 ]';ut liroadway. SCAVENGERS 1'1"' Iti RI.SK, No. 347 Iast Mercury; night work. O(rders plrolmptly filled. SHOE REPAIRING 1Ii)Ft(tRMl 1.I) and cripplled feet our specialty; expert relpairing work guaranteed. (Charlt. Mack, No. l8A Nortll Aradeny. SURGICAL lf. II. IIANSON, M. DI.--General operative surgeon. (ffices: Nos. i5, a6, a7, Silver ilow IBlock, Telephone 4ia. ASSAYERS M EllIt & \VWENRICII, successors to John it. Itapty; assayers and chemists; bullion melted and assayed or ipurchased. No. 117 Hlmnilton street, BIutte, Montana. '1JI..LIAS IJUG(Y, assayer and chemist. No, ,430 North Main street, Ilutte. ,''Zi1i'lt.('T,--K-'TT'I-TS, assayerssucce:,. if sors to A. II. Rombauer. No. tlo North Wyo. "ing street. 'Phone 69-11. I'. O. IBox 114. HORSE BLANKETS-COVERS WEI; MAKE a specialty of Mlorse Blanlkets and Wagon Covers. We carry them in stock or nlake to order, Alexander Miacauley, all South Main street. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS 'ANTI )I' ,I.-To buy for country paper, one newspaper • prelr' Address Plaihdealer, IHavre, Mloat. HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES TIlE SOUTIEIN HOTiU''EL.. lutte's Popular Stopping Place. DINNI.R. S : t : : : : I)INNEIt. a3e l'he hest meal and berit nooked fond for 2t, in Itutt. 'You get as touch of tiny toiltva tvry cdsh olYtrr'ld on the bill lo fare as you with. Cuisine unexcelled. 1).\N TWI,\\VI;Y, Proprietor, Ult.II'SI.1, 4 \VeIat Itrondway, will hety, ick,. ship, store ot r xcillltlln e your ht u elhllhhl grds. PayI hillghet .ah prict , 00o ltir It, tili accondlhanld hNetlng stve-.; al1o. hull nlew htie stove and ranges1 tlo exchange lur tllsecond h1ld aI.tdsl. l It. .c li t 'l'el lt ph te l. IIt. 11.\tIt.i i'i FS . \I.lt -l.o caly re"ii, ,primi heater and lfrnitullr sale; quick al t .s ; ,1ua.l prollh. 'the South Mlain Serr1,u l llntd Note.l. S...HAIRDRESSING \.\N rI) ACCORDEON PLAITINGh , HOUSEMOVERS :1l":Nl' ld l'N t h1unenanler. Edair Daytonlr, 43,4 S, th IO hio. T Ol. 7' 7. I I lr e l , V( . allu l. HARD CIDER 1.s I11 It Iiit tl' S hii1iit cait iii t tialtrtit iti .i Itt. |hI n.ulm'V. S+" p('r' 1a,+".%. 'I'IV I. HAIRDRESSING I 111Ni 1 11 211 t i, %N i lc. .t l tt , ii t Z ui NIt tNIkt.it Ii th i itWH il th It t''iiwt, aiiittt XaNr"t , i hilt i.," lt N i,. .iit \\ it thjtia;h, , ACCORDEON PLAITING lI'o. I" H ot : l( thtorlwY. I r+"h I. h. JUNK--HIDE DEALERS ii tit. N \ I '.I I:I.i.i , ii Iiti ion, li tal, B dhs. No. _ '. hI,, I'l. ltlnun. "'lt oum 0,,1, KODAK WORK I<1 1Lik\l \\ t *1€l, and ule urnr.Ing at "a.+ctl MIDWNIFE 1A.7 V. MESSENGER SERVICE MONEY TO LOAN toue cI'tert, and all other bcusily, at low rule.. lth. irt , + wat. h ,'e ial. Iitlh e I'halt+l M o, II age, t (,~ , I '' \ , I'm It ,t. f .st Ih .r, M" )N \'EY '1T" I.( AN ,n , . ,,1 cstae, rantclh paparIty II str.Sh- 1, pi;llw. t t11 11ntl e.111 l thsl g al4 +se.Ir Ir" biio. Al-iar &a S+lwv"sn, Nu. 41 \\( .1 I'. fL. I,.,0111 5. •INi Y l.' Ti' 1.(1.\ L a- l, .. m, hil itlure, rcal State o, anI i cu ll llt ,. M.. iltana (l l llcl L.a:i Co. IOftIr: No. .N, Clark Mlu(k. S1", l:.\l!INS &\, It )"I'lI wall Iurn tiate a loan Ihr y.,t at trnl el. ate ",sallil. ltuU ins I, J, 3. Silv, r Iaw htot h. riii., ldwatl d I hapman, ItoOM ., 77 West ,12.1\.1S lhiny h, I,.,u at ii per cent; no delay. !nil1 brtmher., N i. 44 I;ast ltroad w ,ay, Out,. o. utana. "M +I .:'N, I ,( L \)AN -n in> l i',t;f i- rini+. ihe I a( sh uIt o., (' n~ 1 . Ii; IMulIhin streetl. FOR SALE--BULL TERRIERS V"1 4 S:\. 1,1-: full tisst I r, h am l t rgis tred st. rl:. 1. 1 , II. h,u . 'S3. A I:;.<,,HI. CLEANING AND DYEING 11AI'l ii;', i' l i-ii a In yr 11 111-. All wIaulk I iufit rel Nn, (it . .is Iilena stre.lt. A. ir.'i h ,lyeii jlg am, rle*mg, MANICURING I 1 1.1', I i lilll" l rl r u n , . t Mr i lll l lidly. ly Nu t.li. efr ., fior ?,i t .. lain, , -l'.s ,illiors, :ail IA na i rc . II 'w'ly liill , NOODLE PARLORS .11 ,I: I .AII N,, le Jarhluis ilnpi ri.rte s hilt i m.,,, . ,l. ,. I'lhatn, tille Mleialli Co. Nu. io, nrl , . 't iiily (hl. ally, ) WANTED--BOARDERS "iti'.AT'' h oil i., nti tug, redwnablel latei. rIi . I. Niw, I l W est th .lrn 'Irll. PERSONAL AUVI(C , ft-.- in deh.bl, hegal aalte:rs; stl,'tly r, I1*1 1IIIa l ; p ,ll millll(n guaranteedllll . L'JI 6&5. Uiii . iil I iit1 iii.i l PRIVATE SCHOOL M ISS 11I' IN1.1. ' S 'llli)i, All gijalh Night, No, 431 SX.t M., ctlry. (Only privaic ,rili l LOAN OFFICE Il'A Ii;UA I N iin liiiin ndi, waiirlle and jewelry it (;i', nan a Ln Office, No. s.4 V. PIark St. MILLINERY MaX Ii S'TYlXiS of fI ull illinery, low pricti. New inlllinlri.y parlors. 6G7 P:tah avenue. MASSAGE MRS4. 1. It. CARSON Scientific maneur. )fillces: No. 274 175 Iennsylvania building. 'Phitie 97 II. TAILORING I)AN CA:il'I):I, 1'AlAI(R-New. dan.ign i, fall and winter woulens. No, 301 North lain. MASQUERADE COSTUMES iliAl)L'1A I(''ITAS fur lmasiqerade covtumnc. SCO'"I', thle stove man, has moved to No. 1i3 East 'Park. 'Phone numnber, 294, MUSIC TEACHERS JOHN N. OLSON--Tcachler violin and man. dolin. No. 148 West (irlite. ''lhione 326-M, MISS, '+iiifl Cliani, 1017 West Granite: HORSES WINTERED 851 J,. i Reed, 11 Easat Uiroadway. MINING AL'PPLICATION NU. 486. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, September a5, 1903. Notice is hereby given that Henry L. John. ston and Andrew J. Johnston, whose postofflce address is Butte, Montana, and Oliver P. Johnston, whose postolice address is Missoula, Missoula county, Montana, liave tlis day tiled their application for a ptlent for 576.3 linero feet, being 348 feet nortlhnsterly and 3ga.a test southwesterly from discovery shaft, of the Serina No. a Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted the aid day of September, A. D. tgog, situated in Summit Valley (unorgantied) min ing district, Silver Bow county, state of Mon. tana, designated as Survey No. 694G, in thi unsurveyed portion of Fractional Township g oarthl, Rnlge 7 west, being more particularfl described u followet Beginning at the southwert Corner No. r, ll point in the north side line of Survey No. i.a6, a granite atone set in the ground, with a mound of earth alongside and marked ib4ig for C'otner No. t, from which the quarter set. tion corner on the east boundary of Section iy, Township 3 north, Range y west, bears north Ij degrees a7 minutes 39 seconds west, ygy,. feet, and running thence south n8I degrees a minutes east, S76.5 feet; thence north a do. gree sto minutes west, iS3,3 feet; thence north p9 delrees g3 minutel west, $76,5 feet; thence south a degrees *a minutes cast, 153.3 feet to the place of beginning, containing sa area of .n03 acres, of whi:ch t.it acres is in conetht with Survey No. 5si6, not clanimed, leavlng an area of it.o acres claimed t) the auuve named iapplicant . 'lte location of this claim is of record it the county recorder'r office of Silver IIow county, tMontaut, in Ituk "U,"' of Lode Locations, on ('age 419. ''he adjnoinin claim, to these premises are Survey No. siid, Sarina l.dse on the nortl and west; Survey No. 6mo3, Klpper King No. a Lode cn the east, and Survey No. 6o1Sg Columbus Laode, on the south. iRANK i). .tIAt'I.t., Register. 8amuel Itarkelr, Jr., attornly for ap,lieante, (Firat "utlicatiou September ad, r9oj). .INING. AP!'LIC'ATION NO. 409 .. tritedll States tantd Oame, delena, Montana. (rllIber S, tg.3. Notice Is htrehy given, that T'Ihlm,,as II. Cot. ter and Ita py C. C.tter, by Michael A. Ilona. hue, thelir altl trytin y.i t, whose postoltfic aIlltst i Ittlltre, hllvtr ihiw coulnty, MlontEna, have ttit. lit 1111l anl at, lli:ation fot a patent for s,5oo lIt,.r hiet, the same being fIr 55s fIrt in a wreterly and 95$ feet in an ensterly dtirtit'lli t.ton the piinit t.f ditr very iln lthe Ilnl. lind litis ('lo;ilm, situated in Sumnris 'alley ,nltclK gnltr.d) tulling dl.trict, Sliver tiaw collntlt, .lili.lt.in the peiiton, eolIrse, stald lilt it. lhe ii. nniiiiiug claim, designa. ted by i . iiiaiI ynuvey tlito, as .uivey Nio. t;6. 'wni.,lllllp No. .i leIth, ilange y lr-!l, a nltiem o Il uich was p<Ited lln the claimt oin lt .1thl day of Srenlctber. ton,, :toIl l. ili lllt e llll liat lar y see l hrth mnd d it lrilltu in the l iii I it l cl i t+ll. es an.d plat the1 eo1 ni lih nl t 10. oal l l s', i is hlhtiw ., . 11 i g w t: ielIc . il .nt lit the n . 11 t li 11 n'i cui rntI e. i ctaa1111t11 h tuier 1 plilre. 4 l411 , lllrllt or . .olurls il, .te ll tIl e for lli .t Co rne r No11tn vhven Iminal l'P.int N,,. :, c-tabltshed for Irveys tlitn nelllltI T iwn.Ihp "1 nllrlh. lange 7 west, ellIlt notlh 4! dimgee jy i,)litnlltes west, a,061 flet, and tunine; thenice Il.ttih t5 degresl 3dr irnult cailli. l ,s wet, sn I telo the northeast CoirneL lr . i. hi; t llenit south ltl 4 l'Igrees ". utels tatl weIl, leer to I .sou ; Corner No. a; thence sItl h u it degrees l c 7 minutre west l .si fret to Cotrner uNo. 4; ithirle south ait drgrees 36 tiniltltr wred, 30 feel to the south, went ('enter No. 5; thlrn-e "atilt 4 dramres a hsinutes west, .it tert to Corner No. I and plate (if b(hgilllng, containing, titn 11la til l2.lt arrar claim.led by the above lnamled appllcantllls fur pat-nt. The ltoiiitin of. thin rtine In rertrded in the oflice iof the IR(,ri tier ol Silver lohw counlly. in lhiok V of Iladles. ()n the sutllllh II Survey No. iit, Mary Elles lode; Jauullt W. blutray, et. al., Sallpplrantsl neo the sltlllhwest Sllrvey Ni,. 57Ja, Jiserplllne ftde, Riberl r lMriride, allllic.alit; on the went, the Itirdie Nu. 4 L.odet, unsuiVeycds Sampson leari, rlaiimant. FIANK I). All tAC(I., RIegister. Joe. II. :lllr I'. S. Clatm Agent. (Iiitt I'bllicatli.n, Octobecr 6, 19o0.) AI!NINt. APi'.lt Al hIN NO. 47m3. ItttiidI Stats Land ()ffce,. ]lsicia, Monltana, October is, lgos. Nsstice i'. hIrly given that James |'. O'tllllet. An:na Roisensteinl and the heirs of JohnI Eddy, dhcearsed, whose pogltofire addlses is Itltte, Montlanal, halve tiis clay filed their applicatlioan lur a p,at'nt for 143s linear feet, bIeillng /.16 Itlet nlortls 63 degllret. Es Itillllte eiast and 746 feet sltlh 79Q deIgrees 46 minutes west romn disrovery shalnl of the (;od ilu l.ode mininll li;nm, uptlon whill a ,notice of intention to apply tor a altent wa posted on the Ijth day Ef E)ctober, igoo3, eituated in (unorganised) nmllning distrtcl, JIf*,isia coun'ty, sl t ate of Mon. tuna, desigllatsd as Sutrvey No,. 7o38 in VIrac. tional 'tow'sip, 3 'sIth usi itlange 7 west, be. inlg sit',re pairticulJarly described as fullows, to wit: Itegisning at the northwest C(orner No. I, a g 5nl.' IowlEr iSt pltae, wit5e'lred by Ibearng trees and maIltrksed -I-" 1-7ejk for (Corner No. a, fromn whth I1. '. No.. a, l"'ownshP1a 3 north, Itallge 7 west. brills nortrlh . degrees m in. uties wret, (st.a. fret; and running thence soullth 14 ldegretes 17 5II5te1 east, 534 leet; tlletrtc! north 74 degrees an IEtliltlles east, 1473 Ifct; tllseee nortllh 14 degreesl 17 minutes west, 4(tEa leEt; Ihencer ittlll 7. dlegees 5t minutes we-t, 7r) feet; thetllie soutll 7,) degrees 46 nlillnlte wnet, 7.16 feet to t the pllee of bIegin. ninlg, CEntainitg :i airea ofi 16.3L.icresC claimed by tile above IEnrEdI Epplieanls. Th'le location Iol tlhis claunt is of record ini tile CountllE y ltcl ,lOrdEl's office of Jeffersona E-ErIlrly, tMonall:nlla, III lIH,ok Ea of Lode luca. lions, (Ei PiagIe 2.e The adjoinlling lni:nS to these premises are unklllow. FAN Is I). MIRACLE, tegister. Samluel Ilarker, Jr., Attorney for Apptlicant., (First I'ulication, Octobelsr i6, tgoj.) Itl...... 'Oli SAILS WAN] Eu, Senled hids' will fie recesived by the trustees of schlsitdistrict No. I, of Stlver hlow Eooulty. Monsista, up Ito it o'clock p. IE., of thle ttilt iday 1of Niovemrslllr , ti, I fr the ereritiEn allnt r'l slpletin of a two (t ) story and baisementl atldltion to tile Illiiie schooll, situated Il, i est ( enterville. MluIontana. Drawings and t speciit.iatiols can be seen at theli office of tile ischooI sl'tk. Proposals lllt IL le ad.sLi to Thomas RIichlards, urfhool lrr k, anld mlarked, "Plro. I .,sals for Iluiiling School Ilios," and nmust be uccolntanied with a celltified chleck of olne llFsossn:lsll ($iIss.sis) dslf)lrs., asI evidence of goodil fsilil n the part Lof thle lpersotn mIaking s.uch propilosal. Check Illiad layi l to Inhe order of IV. :1sft". White, llchaimntlitt sf the scihool rboard, allnd shall hIe forferited to schooEil utstrict Nu. i of Silver liw couinty, Montana, in case the liarty to wlsoilts thle contract :s awarded shall refuse or fail to executle a contract and bond for builslilng saidulddiiol ii accordance with said Idrawings i stil specifications. 'Irustees reserve thle right to reject ally and all bids. WV. IcC. WVIII'I'E, Attest: Ch(lirtman School lilard. T'llS. RIICIIAItI)S, School Clerk. MINING APIILLCA'I'ION NO. 46(1, United LStates Land Offie, lielens, Montana, Sept. a, ago3. Notice is hereby given, thr the Butte Land & Investment conlpany, by Sfimeon V. Kewm. per, its attorney'intlact, whose postocline sd. dress is Iutte, Silver Bw county, Montana, has this day filed an appllcation for a patent for 153.63 acres of thie XenopltanesPlacer Mining Claim, sItuated in (unorganized) Mining Dis. trict, Silver Bow county, Montana, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 7tl day of August, tsoa, and being more partieg. larly set fortit and described in the oWaell examination and .pport No. 76d, on file to this office, as follows, to-wit: Lots and a. and the east half ot the northwest quarter ol fiction :8, Townlship a north, Ran/gl west, The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Silver How county, on Page 49o, In Book B of Placers. There are no known adjoining claims te bhese premiss.e. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. fos, I.f Harper, L. S. Claim Agent. NOTICE. DISSOLUTION OrF CO.PAR''NERSItIIP. 'lThe partnersshiap Icrctforec xiatting betweenl 1'. W. ltall andt M. ,. Felton, under the firmn name of [fall & Faenton, doing busliness as Alontanlla Cigar company, is this dlay dissolved. All lodebtedness and all bills dte the firm will lie settled by T. W,. Hall, who will continueh the bulsiness at No. IS North Wyoming, as Monltana Cigar Company. T', W. JAL.L, if. Ms, FENTON. Dated at luittl, M.tltana, October 1t, spoi.