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Sale
Prices..
Maple Syrup, finest made, gallon
Whole Cod Fish, 16 pounds.....
Orange Lemo'n and Citron Peel.
Cinnamon, Pepper and Mustard.
3 packages Breakfast Cocoa.
3 pounds Bankers Mocha and Java
Coffee... ....................
1 pint bottle Catsup, 15c. quarts.
2 cans California Grapes or Plums
White Potatoes, $1.20, red.........
Nesv Orleans Table Molasses, gals.
Onion per hundred.......
Flour per sack..........
Fancy Bread Flour, per sack
Fair Bread Flour, per sack...
40 bars Laundry soap.......
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COOK'S
331 East Park Street. Butte
Ursuline Convent
MOUNT ANGELA
ST. PETER P. 0., MONTANA.
Fourteen miles west of the nearest sta
tion. CASCADE, on the MONTANA
CENTRAL RAILROAD. Extensive
grounds, fine mountain scenery and an
exceptionally healthful climaté. English !
end classical courses. Art, Music and !
the Modern Languages. Terms moder- !
ate. Oelephone connections. By tele- i
phoning to the Convent a conveyance j
will meet pupils at Cascade.
St. Joseph's Academy, a separate
Boarding School for boys under 14 years.
Address
THE MOTHER SUPERIOR.
THESE
Are the Days f
2 That We Need *
I LIGHT. I
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I Light That Does Not *
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|gas light!
jMoiWcaie*
A And Oyster Parlors. 4
' Tlie First C lass Restaurant of^
îiio city. JÀEST OF MEALS \
>5 Cents and upward.
F rivate Rooms for Ladles!
Also Healers la
Chinese and Japanese!
Fancy Goods <
Best Teas. lire Silks, Chin aware Eta!
S7 W. Park St., Butte. \
HUM FAY. Prop, and
Huie Pock & Co.,
Merchant Tailors
Chinese and Japanese Fancy
Ccods. Ladies' and Gentei
men's Underwear made to or
der Teas, Chinaware, Etc.
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DR. CHUNG'S
Celebrated Herb Sanitar
ium. Guarantees to cure
all diseases by means of
his famous Chinese medi
cines, never before intro
■duced into this country.
He has cured thousands
and can cure you. Ad
vice frpe, 39 West Galena street, Butte
Montana.
A BUTTE LODGE NO. 22, A. F A
ff A. M. Regular meeting In Ha.
/^r\ aonlc Temple, second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month. Sojourning
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
A SILVER BOW LODGE NO. 48,
wlf A. F. & A. M. Regular meeting In
/NTA Masonic Temple, second and
fourth Thursdays of each month. So
journing brethren cordially Invited to at
test. Dan Yancey, secretary.
Incorporation Papers Have
Been Filed
FOR THE PANAMA ROUTE
The Concession of the French People
Has Been Turned Over to a Syndi
cate of Wealthy Men of New York
City.
Nett- York, Dec. 28.—-The incorporation
of the Panama Canal company of Ameri
ca is said to be (he first move in a plan to
reserve the Panama canal to Americans,
in order that it may have a better chance
in the struggle with the Nicaragua con
cessionaries. The banking houses and
individuals who are understood to be in
terested are August Belmont and com
pany; Kuhn, Loeb and Co., Levi P. Mor
ton, Charles R. Flint, J. F. Simons, pres
ident of the Fourth National bank; Ed
ward Sweet and Co., George Sheldon and
company; Baring Magoun and company
and George \Y. Young, president of the
United States Mortgage and Trust com
pany. In addition to these several bank
ing houses in San Francisco and in cities
in the south and west arc interested in
the company.
The Herald says this incorporation of
an American company is -the result of ne
gotiations between representatives of the
French company, including Baron Oppen
heim, who came to this city from Paris
several months ago, and leading finan
ciers of America. The representative
of the French company came to this coun
try empowered to transfer the rights of
the company to an American company
and this company having now been in
corporated the transfer will very short
ly be effected, the transfer to be given
formal approval by the shareholders in
France. These shareholders will receive
shares In the new American company in
proportion to their holdings in the old.
"This American concern" as one of the
Americans styled it yesterday is brought
about to place the Panama canal on a
footing in America more satisfactory to
the French company and to place it on
tlie same basis as the Nicaragua canal
before the United States government.
An isthmian canal commission with
Rear Admiral Walker as chairman is nou
ât work making an exhaustive study of
all possible routes for a canal across the
isthmus of Central America. This com
mission was created in the closing hours
of the Iasi congress and $1,000,000 was ap
propriated for its use through the river
and harbor bill. Its report will un
doubtedly be final so far as the United
States is concerned as to the best route
for a canal. Its parties, both engineer
ing and exploring, are now scattered over
Central America, obtaining material to
assist the commission in forming conclu- ]
s! uns.
The French,company realizing the im- !
.portance of Ute commission's findings has i
taken the steps which have been describ
jed, believing that the canal commission
(would naturally be enabled to judge more
impartially between the two. routes with
both under American control. The gen
tlemen of Che Frenc h company long since
recognized chac the undertaking of a
canal across Nicaragua either by the
United States or by private parties with
the assistance or indorsement of the Unit
ed States would be a most serious bl-ow
: to their project but the American finan
ciers who have formed the new company
: now that the two routes are on an even
footing and that judgment avili be made
! only on the grounds of engineering and
general desirability.
They argue that the "Americanizing"
of Panama is the only way by which the
400 shareholders can have any hope of any
return from the $200,000,000 which has
gone out of France and into the canal
i and they (believe that this arrangement
i can produce only good feeling between
! the two countries. Since 1894, when the
i French company was formed, there has
j been expended In work on the canal
something like $80,000,000. Several thou
| sand men. mostly negroes from Jamaica
! have been employed and experts declare
that the money has been properly ex
pended and that good progress has been
made. There is a large number of men
at work on the canal at the present time
and this force will be found at work by
the canal commission, when it goes over
the route which will probably be during
February. The canal is about ttwo-flfths
completed and the new American com
pany estimates that the cost of comple
tion would Ibe about $100,000,000.
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Her Gratitude
For that luxuriant suit of hair is due to
Newbro s Hcrpicide, the latest biological
discovery, a destroyer of the germ or pars*
site thst causes dandruff and saps rhe vital
ity of the hair al the root, causing bald
no**- Toe only hair redorer containing
this discovery that stops falling bair by
killing the germ.
For Sale *1 all First Claas Drug Stores
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Plague in Honolulu.
San Francisco, Dec. 28.—The transport
Centennial, which has reached here from
Honolulu, confirms the report that a bu
bonic plague exists in that city. There
had been no new cases of the disease,how
ever, from Dec. 12 up to the time the
transport sailed on the 18th. The quar
antine at the port was to be raised on
the 19th. There was little anxiety among
the residents of Honolulu, according to
Capt. Fagles, of the Centennial, as the
plague was confined to the Chinese quar
ter of the city. That part of the city was
under strict quarantine and no ingress or
egress whatever was allowed. Up to the
time of the sailing of the Centennial there
had been six deaths. The Centennial ar
rived at Honolulu from this port with
hot ses on Dec. 15, but was not allowed to
dock until tlie 16th. Even then none of
the crew was permitted to land. All in
t er- island traffic was at a full stop. The
citizens have subscribed! $25,000 to fight
the plague. The transport Newport has
arrived from Manila in ballast with no
news of importance.
The Proposed Cable.
Chicago, Dec. 28.—At meeting held
simultaneously in Chicago and New York
Is
last evening papers on a Pacific cable as
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projected by the United States govern
ment were given before th astern and
wstern branches of the American Insti
tute of Electrical Engineers. The papers
read before the New York and Chicago
meetings were presented by Capt. Geo.
O. Squier, of Washington. The papers
were composed principally of the tech
nical points of the several proposed
routes across the Pacific ocean surveyed :
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by this government and the British gov
ernment. The cardinal point for both the
government cables as projected is that
they touch nowhere but at possessions of . ,
the government controlling them, which |
poiint was urged strongly by President !
McKinley in .Ms last annual message. Mr. |
Squier advocates a combination between |
tlie two powers. Great Britain and the j
United States, for the proposed cable.
Such a combination would permit one
power to operate the cable in case of in
terruption by reason of war on the part
of the other.
Changes In the Army.
Washington, Dec. 27.—Gen. Gilbert S.
Carpenter who was recently confirmed as
brigadier general in the regular army,
has been placed on the retired list on his
own application after thirty years active
service. His last service was in command
of the 18th infantry in the Philippines.
He has been detached from further ser
vice in the field and ordered home. His
retirement leaves two vacancies in the
list of brigadier generals and results in
promotions in every grade of the line, ill
ed
eluding the promotion of Lieut. Col. San- i
now of the 4th infantry to be colonel of j
the 18th. i
Two vacancies in the list of brigadier 1
generais will be filled on tlie reassemb- !
ling of congress by the promotion and re
tirtiment of several officers who have dis- !
tinguiished themselves ini atetion in
recent war. It is popularly supposed
Generals M'aoArthur, Wilson,Lee, Wheel- |
er, Bates, Young, Ludlow and Wheaton,
all of whom hold volunteer commands,
are to be made brigadier generals in the
regular army and that all but two of the
number will be immediately retired.
MacArthur will undoubtedly be retained
in active service but there is less cer
| tainty as to the identity of the other gen
! eral officers to lie retained. The death of
I Lawton left a vacancy in the list of ma
jor generals of volunteers which will be
filled by the promotion of either Bates,
j Young or Wheaton, all of whom are on
, duty in the Philippines. This appoint
j ment will be made early next week.
THE LAWTON FUND f
Subscriptions for the benefit s*
of the widow and four children *
of Major General Lawton are '4
being received by the Inter ^
rtountain. *
By authority of the Commit- Üjs
tee. •>
Great Northern Gets It.
Chicago, Dec. 28.—The Tribune says:
On Dec. 31 the Sioux City and North Rail
road from Garretson, S. D., to Sioux City,
will pass from the hands of the co-re
ceivers to the control of the Great North
ern railway. It is stated that President
J. J. Hill of he Great Northern contem
plâtes radical changes.
Bloody Civil War.
Victoria, B. C., Dec. 88.—News has been
rece4ved by the steamer Aorangi of a
bloody civil war which has been raging ;
among the natives ot Kiriwina, New j
Guiana, In the fightihg the head chief !
was defeated and eleven villages in all !
were destroyed with heavy slaughter.
Schaefer Goes To Paris.
Chicago, Dec. 28.—Jake Schaefer is go
ing to Paris. The billiard expert today
attached his name to a contract calling
for four months' time in one of the lead
ing clubs in the French capital.
To the Stockholders of The Butte City
Water company: |
Notice Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Butte i
City Water company will be held at the
office of the company. Lewisohn building,
Butte, Montana, on Tuesday. January 9' ■
1909, at 12 o'clock, noon. ' 1
The business to be transacted at this '
meeting will be the election of directors I
for the ensuing year, and any other busi- '
ness that may legally come before it. i
The transfer books will be closed from
December 3d, 1899, to January 9, 1900, both
days inclusive. !
W. J. LADD. Secretary.
Boston, December 18, 1899. i
Is Liable to Occur at Any
Moment Now.
THE CAUSE OF TROUBLE
Is That the Agreement Entered Into
Years Ago Will Expire in a Few
Days—No Joint Agents Will be
Employed.
New York, Dec. 2S.—The Herald says:
There is a strong possibility of war be
tween the great life insurance companies
with the beginning of the new year.
"The rebate compa'ct," which existed be
tween and which served to bind them to
gether dn a community of interest, has
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terminated and has been followed by the
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: example. The Equitable gave as one of
: abrogation of the agreement between the
j New York Life and tlie Equitable Life
j under which the same agents acted for
! both companies within certain territory,
j The Equitable took the first step in the
; sundering of former relations by wlth
I drawing from the rebate compact. The
j other companies were obliged to follow Us
: its reasons for breaking the rebate un
] del-standing that certain western states
might look upon it in the light of a trust
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| arid that it did not wish to incur the hos
! Unities of the authorities. The New York
| Life soon afterward received notice from !
| the Equitable that one of the Equitable's I
j agents who had been acting also for the
New York Llife in a
foreign country,
would do so no longer. The New York
Life thereupon decided to put an end to
the second agreement and has so inform
ed the Equitable officers.
In spite of Mr. McCall's, president of
the New York Life, attitude, there is a
belief among the insurance men that war
may be precipitated at any time. As they
control in the aggregate hundreds of mil
lions of capital, the contest will be ti
tanic should it once begin.
Pure beer is a beverage that is accept
able to the. palate and valuable to the hu
man system. The beer produced by Hen
ry Muntzer is the very best and recom
mends itself. A trial will convince. Call
up Butte Brewery, Phone. 252.
LADIES APPRECIATE.
A good remedy, and there Is not any
i thing on the market that equals French
j Tansy Tablets for the relief and cure of
i painful and irregular menses. These
1 tablets remote all t jstructions, no mat
! ter what the cause. Manufactured by A.
Augendre, Paris, France, and for sala
! °niy by the Newbro Drug Co., Butte,
thnbMont., sole agents. Price, $2 per box;
sen t by mail, securely sealed.
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REWARD.
A reward of one hundred dollars will
be paid for information leading to the ar
rest and conviction of any person or per
sons taking any. ores, timber or lutnbet
from the Isele mine, or committing any
act of vandalism thereon, this reward to
be operative since the 25th day of August
'ast. Information should be given to
Thomas M. Hodgens, at the State Sav
ings bank.
A. H. TARBET. Owner.
ANNUAL MEETING.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the First National bank of Butte
will be held at the office of said bank in
Butte, Montana, Tuesday, January 9, 1900
between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.
Object of meeting Is election of directors
for ensuing year, and transaction of any
other business which may properly come
before the meeting.
E. B. WEIRTCK,
Cashier.
Dated at Butte, Mont., Dec. 8, 1899..
J. D. McGREGOR
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Honorary graduate of the Ontario Vet
erinary College. Toronto, Canada. Treats
all diseases of domesticated animals ac
cording to scientific principles. Office at
Marlow's Stables, 104 South Main street.
Telephone 293. All caaes promptly at
tended to.
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Silver City Grocery
Big 4 Flotir per 100 ibs........ $2.00
Gold Dust Flour, 100 lbs..... 2.00
Big 4 Pastry Flour, 50 lbs......70
5 lbs. Crescent Creamery But
ter.. .'.............. 1.50
Best Ham, per lb........... U
Breakfast Bacon, per lb ..... 10%
10 lbs. Best Lard, 80c; 5 lbs.
Best Lard................. 40
Royal Blue Corn (very fancy)
per can.......-............. 10
3 lb. can fancy Eastern Toma
toes...................... 10
3 cans Pumpkin............. 25
3 cans Best Peaches or Pears 50
3 cans Jumbo String Beans.. . 25
Lay In your stock of Flour it has ad
vanced, this is youv last chance.
457 East Park Street.
Phone 43a.
HAS YOUR ADVERTISEMENT OF
WANTED—A Hired Girl—A Dressmaker—A Nurse—A Cook or Waiter—A Por
ter.—Been mentioned In this want column?—10c., 15c. or 25c., will do It. We guar
antee you an answer.
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W ANT A Dv>s
Two Cents Per Word for First Issue.
One Cent Per Word After First Issue.
$i.oo Per Line Per Month,
EMpTcTyIv^
WANTED—AN ERRAD BOY, 10 or 12
years old. Apply at the Inter Mount
ain.
A WIDOW LADY WHO CAN GIVE
the best of references wishes a position
as housekeeper. Address S. M. C. In
ter Mountain
WANTED—TWO FIRST-CLASS LAUN
dry drivers who can command trade.
Also foreman to take entire charge of
laundry plant. Room 11, 16 West
Broadway.
W A N T E D—BY A FIRST CLASS
dressmaker, position to go out by the
day, best reference. Address 618 West
Park street.
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BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE—11 ROOM LODGING AND
boarding house, splendid location for
$275.00. Case and Holmes, 26 East
(Broadway.
FOR SALE—2D HAND SEWING MA
chines, one Singer tailor and others
cheap. 745 South Main.
FOR SALE—A SALOON, GOOD LOCA
tion. Inquire at Copper State Saloon,
555 South Arizona.
FOR S A L E—20 ROOM LODGING
house, modern, furniture good as new,
fine location, close in. A bargain,
$1,250.00. S. M. Wade, room 30 Silver
Bow block. _ -
FOR SAL E—13 ROOM LODGING
house, close in. fine condition, $550.00.
Rent only $45. S. M. Wade, room 30
Silver Bow block.
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$800.00 BUYS A FIVE ROOM HARD
finished house, fine condition, on west
side. S. M. Wade, room 30 (Silver Bow
block.
WE HAVE A 16-ROOM BUILDING
situated on a lot on the West Side
suitable for lodging house or tenant.
Renting for $60, that we can sell for
$3,000. Part cash. Reynolds & McDow
ell, 46 East Broadway.
FOR SALE—RESTAURANT, $75.00. EN
quire in the afternoon or evening. Rent
paid for a month. Rent $25.00 a month
Receipts $10.00 a day. Inquire 45'A
East Galena.
A NICE LITTLE FRUIT RANCH FOR
sale cheap. Address Ranch care of In
ter Mountain.
FOR SALE 27-ROOM LDOGING HOUSE
Steam heat, electric light and bath.
Clearing $250 a month for $2,200. Case
& Holmes, 26 E. Broadway.
$2,250 BUYS TWO HOUSES AND COR
ner lot; rents or $49; a few $100 lots
left. McMillan & Floyd, 47 East Broad
way.
HIGH - CLASS LODGING HOTJSE
ltight in heart of the city; 43 room, all
rented; pays a profit of $300 a month;
price, $3,000—1,900 cash and rest on time.
Reynolds & McDowell, 46 East Broad
way, Butte. _
FO RSALE—5 ROOM FRAME HOUSE
and lot on Woolman street, will rent
for $30.00 a month, for $1,150. Case &
Holmes, 26 East Broadway.
HORSE, WAGONS AND HARNESS
for sale cheap. Oechsli, 124 West Park.
FOB sale -BITTER ROOT VALLEY.
No 10—160 acres; all fenced: 100 acres
under cultivation; 20 acres In saleable
timber; A 1 water right: orchard of £00
bearing trees; also small fruit, 55 acres
seeded to hay; a two-story, six-room
dwelling, barn an <* out buildings,
one and one-half miles from town and
good school. No. 12—320 acres, 2 miles
from depot, 4 miles from town, all
fenced, good water right, 200 acres un
der cultivation, 40 acres meadow, can
cultivate 300 acres, 20 acres timber,
small bearing orchard, log houso and
barn. Price $4,000. A bargain. En
quire of Ravalli County Abstract Co..
Hamilton. Mont.
TRV BECKWITH'S RESTAURANT. 41
West Park; European plan; meals at
all hours.
HEADUARTERS FOR MASQUERADE
Costumes, 105 West Granite.
WANTED—ALL KINDS OF CAST OFF
clothing bought. 15 South Wyoming
street. Mail orders promptly attended.
Charles G. Smith.
BEST NEEDLES AND OTL FOR ALL
sewing machines at the Singer Office,
10 West Quarts street.
WANTED—TO TRADE. A 1100-POUND
team of horses for a 1300 or 1400, and
will pay the difference. Address P. O.
Box 353, Butte, Mont.
SPECIALISTS
IN THE EXACT SCIENCE OF PALM
istry Madame DeWitt is an adept.
Magnetic healing Is recognized as an
advanced mode of relieving pain and
curing disease without the aid of drugs.
Removed from the Butte hotel to 218
West Park.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN—ON REAL ESTATE!
security at 10 per cent. Also money
to loan on chattels. Chas. L. Smith.
23 West Granite street.
$20,000 TO LOAN, IN SMALL OR
large amounle, on Butte real estate.
McMillan & Floyd. 47 East Broadway.
FOUND
FOUND—A BLACK SILK SCARF, ON
West Granite. Owner can have same
by identifying it and paying for
this ad.
ASSAYER3.
BRADEN & BAPTf',
A SSAYKKS
119 Hamilton St. (Carney & Hand's olr
stand.) p. O. Box 1264.
A - ® ROMBAUER. ASSAYER ANI
Successor to Carney & Hand
^103 East Broadway.
FOR RENT
the BEST OFFICES IN BUTTE.
THE AETNA SAVINGS AND TRUS r
Company offers for rent the offices ot
"pP. er of the Noyes block, cor
net Main and Broadway. Building wll
be renovated, and alterations made t
suit desirable tenants.
i I i ENT SECOND STORY O]
hwt- 5 ouse on East Park one-hai
r!nw5 r0n ï, Main ' suitable for photo
49 E. 6 *Broadway. J ' Ri ° kards & C °
$ 10 .'
$42.00 Six-room modern brick. West Side
Same furnished $50.00
.00—Six-room frame, near King' .
m brickyard. A splendid house.
Five-room frame, West Woolman
At I our-room frame, with stable
near West.
$10.00—Four-room frame, on Nine Mil
Road.
r?,~n"? Ur ' rooTn frame ' Anaconda Road
• «jU J hree-room brick, near Parro
school house.
00—Three-room frame, near St.' James
hospital.
o'nÜ !£' vo lar se housekeeping rooms.
12.00— One store, close in.
15.00— Five-room brick, furnished, Wes
Side.
Thompson Investment Co., 48 Eas
Broadway, Real estate, loans, lire tnsuc
ance, rentals, Butte. Montana.
'OR RENT. CHEAP—FIRST-CLASl
store, suitable for druggist or grocer
god location. Cobban, Casey & Co., 3
West Granite.
$ 10 .'
FOR RENT —AN ELEGANT MAIf
street store. Enquire of J. H. Leyaot
22 North Main street.
FURNISHED ROOMS
BOARD
FOR RENT-THREE NICELY FUR
nished housekeeping rooms at 720 Uta
avenue.
FURNISHED ROOMS. ELEGAN'
furnished rooms. Morris block corne
of Montana and Broadway.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOM
for housekeeping; also suite of rooms
steam heat. Board if desired. 544
Broadway.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM
with modern conveniences at 15 Wes
Copper.
TWO FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
for housekeeping, 408 West Galena.
FOR REN T—TWO CONNECTING
rooms, for light housekeeping, with a
modern conveniences. 536 West Met
cury street.
FOR REN T—TWO FURNISHE1
rooms, with board, at 412 West Park.
FOR RENT—IN LEXINGTON APART
rnents, two large housekeeping rooms
en suite. 217 West Galena.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED OR UN
furnished rooms. 604 West Park.
FURNISHED ROOMS 401 SOUTH MON
tana street. Hot air, electric light an
bath.
FOR RENT—FRONT PARLOR WIT1
use of piano, reasonable. 212 Wes
Broadway.
FREE BATHS WITH ROOM ELE'
trie light, steam heat, Mantle Block,
16 West Broadway, near Clark's ban
FURNISHED HOUSE KEEPING room
single or In suites to suit. Prices mod
erate. Ali cooking utensils furnisheq
Hot and cold water, baths free. Inqulr
53 W. Galena, near Academy street.
NEWLY FURNISHED ROOM3 FO!
fight housekeeping, also pleasant fur
nished rooms with or without boart
Gentlemen preferred. 215 West Galen
street.
DRESS MAKING.
MRS. J. FRIEND HAS OPENEI
dressmaking parlors at 115 West Gao
lena; accordion and sunburst pleating i
specialty.
LOST. ~~
Lost—Fox terrier, brown spots on eat
and tail. Finder return to 405 Wei
Broadway and receive reward.
J.E.TUITI
Dealer la
■Moments» Tablett
Copings» Bib
I* Italics aafi Aawrlcc
Marble, Oaftah an*
Amsrieaa Ornait«
Wire and Im Anil
lags.
304 1 Man stmt
ÜËRVITA
mt ß . m ti -w, » M.nr.
LOST VIGOR
AND MANHOOD
jures Impotency, N ight Emissions and
pasting diseases, all effects of self*
abuse, or excess and indi»
cretion. A nerve (onto and
blood builder. Brings the
pink glow to pale cheeks and
restores the fire of youth.
_ _ By mail 0Oc pei jox; tfboxea
lor $2.dO; with a written guaran*
Me to cure or reftand tbe money*
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
SMMon * jaefcann Stf^ CHIOAOOb IU.
For sale by Newbro Drug Co., Butt
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