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Today's Quotations: [lv As5.iltATfin 1'asss.] ew York, Sept. 9.-bSustantial gains were made in the Southwestern group led by Missouri Pacific, which advanced Ita to i2.s3, St. Paul reached 192s, and there were some important gains in other leading railroads and specialties, including Amalgamated. Anaconda, Canadian Pacific and ,rcat Northern preferred, in which the advance ran front i to over 3 points. A sharp setback in St. Paul and Missouri Pacific caused some yielding at other points, but towards I o'clock heavy buying of the Southern stocks began. Louisville rose 3j and Southern Railway touched 40qo. before the buying stopped. There was no definite news to account for tile bulge in these stocks. 'I he general list did not sympathize much w.. the mnoviclentt and was spotty. The bond market at nooun generally was firm. Traders sold stocks all around the room, causing the cancellation of the morning rise in St. Paul, Missouri Pacific, Balti more & Ohio, Illinois Central, Amalgama ted and Brooklyn Transit. Louisville yielded a point from the top and Reading sold as much below yesterday's close. A rise of 3j in Rock Island to sou was without effect elsewhere. New York Stocks. (Reported by Coc Commission Company.) New York, Sept. 9.-Opening and clus Ing prices for today follow Open. Close. American Ice ...... ...... rt t t do preferred .... ....... 37' 39 Amalgamated Copper ...... 71 70o7, Anaconda Mining Company tio$ 109'4 American Cotton Oil ...... 53. 53xi Atchison, T. & S. F....... 95% 96' Baltimore & Ohio ......z..I5 1t571 Brooklyn Rapid Transit .... 70o 71 Canadian Pacific .... ......42/ 14 r14178 C., C., C. & St. I.........o6 zo6l' Continental Tobacco .... .. 24 224 Chesapeake & Ohio ........ 57j' 57 Chicago & Alton .... ..... 42 42!i Colorado Southern ... .... 337? 347i Colorado Fuel & Iron .... 825.i 8t 5 Chicago Great Western .... 33$ 34 Delaware & Hudson ......iRo$ < 779'. Erie ...... .............. 42!) 4"'t do preferred ............ 704 ;' Great Northern preferred ...zo0 :,o hocking Valley R'y .......2 ot s2n Illinois Central ...........172 17. Iowa Central ...... ...... 49 t1 40.) Louisville & Nashville .... tr5 t 15.17 Leather ................. 13?, 1314 Manhattan Con-d.'l:,ated .... 1371 r137 Metropolitan Tractiont .....447 7 1247 Mexican Central ........... 29'i 29 'Mexican National .......... 21 y4 21J$ Mlissouri, Kansas & Texas... 34.4 351) do preferred ............ 67) 69b': Mlissouri Pacific ...........1231 1224'; New York Central ......... 64 4 264Ji Norfolk & Western ........ 767i 76' Northwestern ............. 230'i 242 Ontario & Western ........ 312 17'C Pennsylvania Railway .....168 167.4 People's Gas .............. ic: 1o8 Reptlblic Iron & Steel...... 239, 23'i Realing ................. 75': 74!' do first preferred ........ 8o 8o Rock Island .............196 199,. Southern Railway .......... 324 4o! do preferred ............ 634 963, Southern lacific ........... 8o 8oi St. Louis & San Francisco... B1.i 82 melter ..... ............. 47$s 46% Sugar Refinery ............13o .104$ St. l'aul ................... ..9lg 192!4 Tennessee Coal & Iron ...... 70o 7054 Texas Pacific .............. 53' 53 Union Pacific .............. s i t s t United States Steel ........ 412 4t-) do. preferred ............ o9 o 25 W abash .......... ........ 37' 38 do. preferred ............ 513i 5.1/ Western Union ............ 95. 96$'. Wisconsin Central ......... 29% 29$S do. preferred ............. 55).4 55. Money at 5 per cent. Total sales, 1,173,000 shares. Salt Lake Stocks. (Reporter by Coc Commission Co.) Salt Lake, Sept. 9.-The noon calls fol low: Ajax (bid) .................$36.00 Consolidated Mercur .... ..... 2.03!,i Carisa ...... ........ ........ 21.00 Century .... ................. i.069 California ...... ............. .36!j Daly West ...... ............. 52.05 Bowers ........ .............. 2.00 Lareine .............. ........ .04% Lower Mammoth ...... ........ .oo Mammoth (bid) ...... ........ 1.41 M ay Day ..................... .21. Ontario ..................... 8.50 Petro (bid) ................... .1o Star (bid) ........ .............17 Tetro (bid) ........ .......... .18 U tah (bid) ........ ........... .50 Uncle Sam .................. .331) Victor (bid) .................. .23 Yankee ..................... .52 Ben Butler (bid) .............. ..13; Bullion B. . ............... 3.49 Daly Judge (bid) .............. 11.95 Blyrand Central (bid) . ..... 5.90 Martha Washington (bid)....... .o05. Sacramento ...... ........ .27 Kansas City Livestock. reY ASSOCIATED PRESS.] Kansas City, Sept. 9.-Cattle-Receipts 17,000 head including 3,500 Texans. Mar ket, steady. Native steers, $5.oo@P8.oo; Texas and Indian steers, firstname.lastname@example.org; Texas cows, $email@example.com; native cows and heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org ; stockers and feeders, COE COMMISSIO COMPANY AN (Cioonmoearsy.) Capital and Burplus $300,000.00. Gen'I Offices Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minasapolls, Mlan. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Bought and sold for cash or as margins for future delivery. Weewa and operate the most extensive private wire system In the United States. We srants the eaeuntioe e orders when U m 'w reid ed. Valable book of statistlcts free o ap. pllcaties. REPBRENCEBSs 6 Nt'le and State banks 1UTTE OFFICE, IIRBOUR BLD'O A. J. DARCH. Local Manager, $2.7505.s5; bulls, $2.7503.35; calves, $email@example.com. Hogs-Receipts 5,ooo head. Market, strong to 5c higher. Bulk of sales, $7.50 @7.65; heavy, $7.5507.70; packers, $7.35 @7.60; medium, $7.4o007.7o; mixed, $7.05 @7.65; Yorkers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs, $7.01o @7.40. Sheep--Rceipts 4,000 head. Market, steady. Muttons, $3.t504.oo; lambs, $3.20 @4.25: range wethers, $email@example.com; ewes, $..oo004.05; stockers and feeders, $5.oo @5.50. Omaha Livestock. [il\ ASSOCIATOD erass., South Omaha, Sept. 9.-Cattle-Re ccipts, 6,no, head. Market steady. Native steers, $4.75f18.25 ; cows and hetters, $3.oo rs5,25; western steers, $4.oo(ir6.oo; Texas steers, $,;.25 5.-'5; cows and heifers, $2.5o ((i..5o; canners, $firstname.lastname@example.org; stockers and feedlers, $2.756t5.zS; calves, $4.5006.0o; bulls, stags, etc., $2.oo.@4.5o. Ilogs---Receipts, 4,500. Market strong to 5c hgher. lHeavy, $7.4.tr7.7o; mixed, $7.456i07.5o; light, $email@example.com; pigs, $6.oo t(ll70o ; bulk of sales, $7.4507.55. Sheep--Receipts, t S,ono head. Market steady. Fed muttons, $.1.6004.15; west erns, $3.4o0J.60; wethers, $firstname.lastname@example.org ewes. $2.oo0( 3.50; comnr n and stockers, l,5o@5, " in. C Letter List. j list of letters advertised at Butte, Mont., for the week ending September 4, Ayotte, Sam Jung, (;eo V Aidams. 0 I. Janowski. John Angus, S A Johnson, Wils Alexanara, I)r S Jennings, Dora Ahonen, OIll Kinney, Walter A Allen, Miss M M Kerr, Wilson I Archer, Lee Kerl, Woodie Adams, John N Kennedy, Win Bean, Bessie Kluos, Martin Bcrtoletti, A Kloos, Peter IBertelman, Paul Keller, Pauline BIormery, Thomas Kelly, E E7. IHowen, Phil Kelly, I' S IBurke, Mrs Mary Kessler, Jas F Blennett, J It KastIer. Jos lleggem, J O Kirto, It It ilrown, Mrs Jeanetta Kogar. John Brooks, J 1, Iee, ('harles Ielthme, IDouglas Iongley, Ibra lirg, John l.ucoste, J Ilradish, Iernman l.umbert, Jesse F. lirton, Mrs I) B I Lupien, JOs A llronsoni, Bert 'Lowe, M It hurns, Williamn Iegg,, Matthew a llassant, Miss lcssie I.eggo, Mrs Minniie lhhanous, RH . Levin. Sam it, ttenson. Ray Mikesell, (' Iltrtels, Miss Stella Miles, Mrs ('has hlukvich, Sam Murray, Dave Iturk, S II Malan, Frank Ilatctt, \V J Moore. G II Burns. WVilliam Malloy, II C BInurke, William Murray, Iloward a Con. Coll Co 5 Mullin, I1 ('Coleman, ew Mnnier, I. M I tConnelly, Frank Msore, I. 1. (lack, Winm Murry, Mrs Mary ('hisolm, John Mankce, Richard C(lan, Tomnuie Moran, Michael Clcntin, Mr Morrow, Mrs W J C(hentum, Chester McConnell, Mrs W 'arler, Carrie McC'onnell, Mrs \V A Church, Eleanor McCra.:kcn, Ora Clears, Mrs Elsie McCormick, Miss A ('Coyle, Edward McCann, J Cuff, Ed Mcl)onahl. A I) ook, Mrs .('lzzic McDlermott, Mrs Clancy, John McMackin, Miss M Crowley, John MclPherson, II J C(ochrane, Louise Niemi, Jacob Cara, Miss Mollie Nauzeta, K Cyr, Peter Nicholas, Robert (ullen, Rose 2 (I'Boyle, Elizabeth C('ampbell, T J ( 'lBrien, J W (layton, Mrs 'led O'leary, Jerry Conley. James O'Dlmnnell, John Cook, John O'Donnell, Kittie l)ungey, Albert ('Neill, Willitna l)averson, B Otto, Hlenry J i)awley, Elmer E. l'awlaski, Agnes Davidson, F 1' Parker, Ethel D)ubroy, James Pierce, John l)wyer, R F. Pope, Jack Dugan, William I'hifer, Joseph Dally, Will Pilozin, Marko T Dorvilla, Will Peterson, 1. C D)avis, F H I odgers, Marguerite Eldridge, J W Iowles, C II Endress, Karolina Riley, Chas H Eckel, Mrs John itooney, Miss Alice Einstein, Jack Reed, G I. Ellsworth, S D Randall, Geo Everhart, Mrs S Runey, Mrs John J Fries, W T Riley, John W Fox, Dr W R Ross, John Farimer, Arthur Raynold, L M Foley, B Rutel, P A Franklin, Benj Ryan, Mrs Joe Fridley, E A Ruedc, W G Furlough, F Sullivan, Michael J Faulkner, Geo imith, W A Forccllati, Guiseppe Smiith, JJ Fisher, Joseph Smith, J H Fennell, Jonathan Smith, Mrs Chas Foossell, J A Smith, Hlenry A Fritchett, Lester Scott, Alex Forsythe, Mrs M Scott, Alex I) Francis, W II Shawgo, A E. Geery, I W Schmidt, C Gooden, Charles Smitheran, J F Ganimnon, Robt Skubic, Jose Gould, Roy Shafer, J '1' Galliven, Nona Styles, James Glynn, Margaret Schraff, Mrs J B Goonan, Michael Staley, J W Grant, Mrs L, a Schoner, J L Goldenberg, W S itajgar, Marto Grant, Mr & Mrs J Shepherd, Mrs Mary Glarm, Mrs J Seymour, Mary A Goodbar, Henry Straughter, Mary Guild, L E Sennitt, Mrs P Gayton, D C Thompson, August Gillfeather, Cora Taylor, F Heron, James Thayer, Mrs F B Hennessy, J B Thoroughman, Mrs I Hechler, Mrs J H Thomas, Mrs J Hill, William Tondreault, Joseph Wawkins, Alfred L Thomson, John Hunter, Mrs Cassie Thatcher, O P Hood, C G Taievic, Rok Holmgren, Frank Van Ness, H C Helgeron, Mrs Hans Van Zwoll, Jerry Harkness, Mrs H D Vogt, Miss Stella Hamilton, Henry West, Mrs Cora L Harris, N White, Lawrence Houghton, Miss C Walker, Miss Eliza Harris, I Walshe, ) Hanson, J P Walshe, John J Hansen, Martin White, Miss Ilah Holmes, Mrs Nellie Wright, H B a Hill, Otis Williams, G R Heitel, Peter Wetherhead, Maggie Hanley, Richard Weinberg, Max Irvin, Miss Nellie Williams, Plum. Irich, Miss Nellie a Wood, R larny, A Wile, Simon Jones, Beatrice Wade, SM Johnson, Einar Wilson, Wm M Johnston, Miss E White, Mr Johnson, Fred GEORGE W. IRVIN, Postmaster. Inter lountain Cent "Wants" A Wort WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal so. ciety notices, entersainmsat notices, cards of thanks, so cents a line each insertion. Help wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, real estate, etc., aS woids or lea, sS cents; :6 words to so words, so cents; as to as words, as cents. No discount for additional insertions. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, pro prietary remedies, a cents a word each insertion; $a.oo per month per io-,. HELP WANTED. TRUSTWORTHIY PERSON IN EACH county to manage business of old as. tablished house of solid financial stand ing. Straight bona fide weekly salary of $18 paid by check each Wednesday with all expenses, direct fro.u head. quarters. Money advanced for ez penses. Manager, 3ra Caxton buildiog," Chicago. WAFTED-BOYS, A. L. T. COMPANYI'. WANTED-LADY AGENTS. ENTIRE. ly new in the West. Empress toilet art ticles. Sells readily. No. sa36 East Sec ond street, Butte, Mont. Hours froms 9 to ia a. m. WANTED-TEN WOOD CHOPPERS, $1.So per cord. WANTED-TEN BRIDGE CARPEN. term at once. WANTED-THREE SECTION HANDS, good track. Men on B., A. & P. R. R. Wages, $i.7S. WANTED-SIX TIE MAKERS, PAY SIc for 7x7, 8 long, awed ends and 8c for 6x7-8 long. Board $5.oo week. Job last till next April. WANTED-TWO LADY COOKS IN the city. WANTED-TH.REE GIRLS FOR GEN eral housework. WANTED-FIFTY MEN FOR PICK. and shovel work; wages $.5o and board, and teamsters $1.75 and board. WAN'I EI--TEN TEAMSTERS FOR railroad work. WANTEI)-F-IFTY I.LAORERS F6R railroad work. WANTE)D---FOUR HOTEL WAIT tresses out of town. WANTIEI)-TWENTY EXPERIENCED woomenlllll, swamlpers, log cutters, tream sters: wages $4o.oo andl board. Wanted-An experienced ranch mnn, one who can plow; good wages; $55 nioth anl bhoard. Wanted--M:an cook at once. \Vanted--Girls for general housework, also for kitchen work. Apply City Employlent furneau. PERSONAL. REFINED II.USINESS GENTEI.I MAN of means would like to correspond with educated and refined young widow. ()lOject. matrimony. dddlrcss C. C., care Inter Mountain. FRIEIND JlFF TllOROUtlr MAN. call on J. Smith, 07 So,uth Dakota. An old friend. SITUATION WANTED. W\ANTED- -('I.ERI(CA. SIITUA'ION HY a young man; best of references. Ad dress (;. J., care of Inter Mountain. FOR RENT. F'R RENT'-FURNISIHEDI ROOMS New Gay & Grady block, 7 West Me- cury; modern. Prices moderate. FHlR Ri.NT--Sl'ACE IN STORE AND pai t of window at 133'\Vest Park. FOR RENT - FURNISHED ROOMS everything first class; modern improve ments; $ro up. Hotel Oxford, South Main street. FOR RENT-UPTON IlI.OCK, I:UR nished rooms for light housekeeping: hot water; electric light; 41a2 South Main street. FOR RENT--NICELY FURNISHE;) rooms, best location in city, excellent zafe in connection. tot West Granite dtrecet. Ii)R Rh:..T-NICEil. FURNIShED outside rooms, at Miller block, SS5 S. Main. HOUSEB. FOR RENT-4-ROOM COTTAGE, MOD. ern; range, shades, etc., $2o. Curtis & Majors, J3 Granite. HOUSES AND CABINS FOR RENT IN exchange for labor. Tel. 727B. FOR RENT-4-ROOMED FLAT; MOD. ern; steam heat. Inquire Hotel Ox ford. FOR 8AtL FOR SALE-I'PRETTIEST FIVE-RO( M furnished flat in the city-electric lights, speaking tubes and telephone; will sacriV fice. Address E. S. G., care of Inter Mountain. FO)R SAI.E-CIGAR AND CONFEC tionery (sales per day, $12) for $250. For Sale-Restaurant; good trade; no rent; including building, $SSoo. 20o-room lodging house, clearing $sa5 month, for $i,6oo. W. CASE, Over Postoflice. Room 3. FOR SALE OR RENT-FURNITURE in a 14-room roadhouse, cheap. see Bailey & Mink, a6 East Broadway. Law and Collection Department, a6 100 WATCHES. WE HAVE PURCdASED FOR SPQT cash, at large discount. We will sell them lower than manufacturer's price. Rubenstein & Co., jewelers, 73 E. Patmr. BLACKSMITHS. J. A. ROSS, ONLY EXCLUSIVR, horseshoeing shop in Butte; fine hanl ' made work speciality. It East Silvrt: street. FURNITUIRE. NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS all kinds, cheap. Sewing macbhine' bought, sold, repaired. 235-237 E. Park. SCAVENGER. RELIABLE SCAVENGER, J. E. HULL, Satisfaction guaranteed; prompt ser vice. Butte, Montana. PALMIST. MAZIE, PALMIST, CARD REAF'-' readings, Soc. 214 South Idaho. Advertise Your. Wants In The Iater llountala VI'U I UUAIM.Ib1, PACIFIC STUDIO, sat SOUTH ARI zona street, Butte. First-class work at reasonable prices and prompt attentiUo our motto. DUSSEAU & THOMSON, PHOTOGRA phers. First-class work guaranteed. as7-asp East Park street. BOARD. 142 WEST GRANITE-FIRST-CLASS table board; home cooking. STOVE REPAIRS. FOR ALL STOVES tNi RANGES, Scott, ai6 East Park. Tel. .4sM. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS-MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 Eass Broadway, Butte. Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - 19W rates. Room a, pi West Broadwp. MONEY TO. LOAN - JACKMAN & Armitaea Co.. Hirbour bloci N. . ears nar Main and Broadway. CAM"rkT CLEANING. ing Co., s3o W. Bdwy. Tel. 867 A. LIGHT MACHINE WORK. BUTTE NOVELTY WORKS, '7 NORTH Arizona street. W. F. Steward, Prop. SURGICAL. H. HI. HANSON, M. D., GENERAL operative surgeon. Offices a, 26, a7 Sil ver Bow block. Telephone 4oa. HoINTEl WANA9- ToAo SruscESs3, woaw4( ADS Jo p ASS r ^. r' ASSAYER. FITZPATRICK & LEWIS, ASSAYERS. Successors to A. B. kombauer, to8 North Nyotning street. 'Phone 659-B. P. O. Jox, 114. JOHN R. BAPfY, ASSAYER, it; HAM ilton street, Butte, Montana. Mining Investors. Here is your chance. I offer you for sale patented interest in Butte mines, worth in hands of a mining company ten times the amount: M interest in the Herbert: iinterest in the Astic; li interest in the Valley; ¼ interest in the Oro Phino: ' interest in the Parnell; entire fraction in Oro Fino: !-a in Senator Edmunds for only $lo,ooo. Inquire of J, Chauvin, Butte Exchange Furniture company office, so West Broadway. COLLECTIONS. IUT'TE ADJUSTMENT COMPANY GLUL tects bad hills: try it ass North Maln. COLLECTIONS-THE BURT MARSH Iaw and Collection Department, 26 East Broadway. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. The Southern Hotel 25c DINNER 35C The SOUTHERN HOTEL gives you the BEST MEAL and BEST COOKED food for 25 CENTS of any place in the city. You get as much of any and every dish offered on the bill of fare as you ,wish. OUR CUISINE is unexcelled. Don't forget the place and you will not forget the dinner. Come tomorrow and try one of our dinners. DAN TEWEY Proprietor LEE'S PLACE, BUTTE'S STRICTLY first-class restaurant. 45 West Granite street. AMERICAN RESTAURANT, sit S. Main street. SIngle meals, as cents Sand up; short orders. OCULIST. DOCTOR T. A. GRIGO, Et . EAR, nose, throat and lungs. Pricer moder. ate. Terms ep.sb Spectacles, eye-glass. es and artificial eyes in stock. 4: Hir bour building, 'phone 934-A. LADIES' TAILOR. SPIEGEL, THIE ONLY LADIES' tailor in town. Work guaranteed, prices moderate. Isa West Granite. Inter Mounatain Cent "Wants" A Word TAILORS. S. GOLDSTEIN, THE UP-TO-DATE tailor, has removed to 5s4 South Main, with a full line of woolens. Would be pleased to see all of his old friends. Prices reasonable. TRANSFER. THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS the largest and most thoroughly equipped outfit in the city and will give you best service. Office s West Broad way. Telephone, s3:; postomce box, 763. MEDICAL. MONTANA VIAVI COMPANY, 3:s Goldberg block, Butte. We treat success fully diseases of women, catarrh, stom ach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths and niassage treatment in connection. CLAIRVOYAN TS. MADAM GUY, THE MOST NOTED medium in Butte. Circles on Sundays, Tuesdays and Friday evenings. Read ings daily, at :3a West Park street. DANCING. LEFORD'S DANCING ACADEMY, $37 Dakota; socials Tues., Thurs. and Sat. School, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. RENSHAW HALL - NEW MANAGE. ment. Finest music in Butte. Smooth eat floor for dancing. Lady and gentle men instructors. Lessons every night, commencing at 8:30. Social every Mon day, Wednesday and Saturday nights, commencing at p:oo. William E. Sielafi, proprietor. BROADWAY T0HATER CONFEC CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF Lowney's fancy chocolates and bon bons. Give us a call. C. W. birunner & Co. HAIRDRESSING. MRS. BIRTHRIGHT, HAIRDRESSING, manicure, chiropodist. 11r4 W. B'dway. LOAN OFFICE, SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE-z8 E. PARK street. Money loaned on every article of value. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR DIA monds, watches, clothing, etc. ya East Park. B. Epstein. MIDWIFE. HO...E FOR LADIES-MRS. WAT mer, midwife, so9 Dakota st., Butte. NOODLE PARLORS. MEIWAH NOODLE PARLORS, IM porters fine teas, noodles. Chau, sale Meiwah Co., z zg, corner Mercury, the alley. PROFESSIONAL NURSE. MRS. C. E. CHAPMAN, THE PROFES sional nurse. mo years experience, best of references. 78 West Silver street. ATTORNEY AT LAW. CARROLL DOLMAN, ATTORNEY AT law, Room 3, Washington Block. F. D. LINGENrELTER, ATTORNEY. at Law, Suite z8, Silver Bow Block. MUSICAL, RALPH JOHNSON, ASSISTANT VIO lin teacher of Otto A. Olsen, the cele brated voice and violin instructor; studio so North Montana stret. A WASHBURN OR REGAL MANDOLIN guitar or banjo and a term of 30 lessons for $40 at Parson's Studio, 315 Dakota street. Hours, 5 to so, evenings, FORTUNE TELLER AND CLAIRVOYANT. You should see her at once and get your life read-past, present and future told. Madame Renno tells of love, mar riage, divorce, reunites the separated, makes the sorrowing heart glad; all about work, trouble, changes, journeys and loca. ing mines; every kind of business. Readings, $s, for sal days only. Circles held on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday evenings at Stephens block, z44 West Park street. ATTENTION I ATTENTION I THE world's greatest psychic, Dr. H. R. Ed wards of Chicago, guaranitees to her vis. Itors satisfaction or no charge for read ing, All affairs of life. If there is any thing you wish to know, any desire of your heart ungratified, consult this gifted woman, whose power has mysti fled- the most skeptical, Locates nines, buried treasures, etc. Highest testi monials. Letters answered. Parlors z and a, goa West Park street, Butte. Advertise Your Wants In The Inter tlountain WANTED TO RENT. WANTED TO RENT-Four' modern furnished housekeeping rooms by fam ily of three adults. D. W. T., Inter Mountain. DENTIST. J. A. D. FORSYTH, D. D. S., EXPERT dentist, so years' experience. All kinds of filling, crown and bridge work spe ciality; artificial plates at all prices; teeth extracted without pain. We are old established and reliable. Rooms, 7 and 8 Owsley block. MISCELLANEOUS. SECOND HAND GOODS BOUGHT and sold; freight paid to neighboring towns. Oechsli, 42 W. B'dway storage. NOTICE OF SALE. In the District Court of the Second Jn. dicial District of the State of Montana, In and for the County of Silver Bow: In the Matter of the Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased: Notice is hereby given that in pursns ance of an order of sale made and en. tered by the above entitled District Court on the 31st day of March, A. D. spos, in the matter of the estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased, the undersigned, the ad ministratrix of the said estate, will sell at public auction, subject to con.lrmatio by said court, the following described real property, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth (4) interent in and to the Nora lode claim, situated ain Silver Bow County, Montana, and which is designated in the United States Land Office at Helena, Montana, as Lot No. Two Hundred and Eighteen (as8), Township Three (3), north, Range Seven (7) west. Said sale will be made on Saturday, the 3oth day of August, spos, at two (s)' o'clock p. m. of said day, at the door of the Court House of the above entitled court on West Granite street, in said Silver Bow County, Montana. Terms of said sale are for cash, ten per cent (to per cent) of the bid payaole at the time ou the sale, and balance upon confirmation of said sale by tie court. ALICE ROACH, Administratrix of Estate of Jeremiah Roach, deceased. The foregoing sale is postponed until Saturday, September z3, 9go2, at the time and place specified in the above notice. ALL~E ROACH, Administratrix of the Estate of Jeremiah Roach, Deceased. No. 1447. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. In the District Court of the Second Ju dicial District of the State of Montana, in and for Silver Bow County. In the matter of the estate of Thomas Sephton, deceased. Martha Sephton, the executrix of the estate of Thomas Sephton, deceased, hav ing filed her petition herein, duly verified, praying for an order of sale of a certain part of the real estate of the said de cedent, to-wit: - Lot 4 in block so of the Kemper addi tion to the City of Butte, Montana, for the purposes in said petition set forth, ahd it appearing to the court a proper case, therefore, It is ordered by the said court that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased appear before the said dis trict court on Tuesday morning, the 7th day of October, tgoa, at zo o'clock a. m., at the court room of department No. 3 of said court, in Butte, Montana, to show cause, if any there be, why an order should not be granted to the said executrix to sell the said described real estate of the said deceased at private sale. It is ordered that a copy of this or der be published at least four (4) suc cessive weeks prior to the said hearing in the Inter Mountain, a newspaper print ed and published in Butte, Montana. Dated, September 8th, 190o. JOHN B. McCLERNAN, Judge. Attest A true copy. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed administrator of the estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased, to the cred Itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at No. 9 East Granite street, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transac tion of the business of said estate, in the county of Silver Bow, state of Montana. JOSEPH P. COLLINS, Administrator of the Estate of Lawrence Manning, Deceased. Dated Butte, Montanat this loth day of May, go90. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, administrator of the estate of Richard Morrison, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four montl after August 4, 1902, to the said administrator at No. 9 East Granite street, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the County of Silver Bow, State of Montana. J. P. COLLINS, Administrator of the estate of Richard Morrison, deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this 8th day of September, gpos. NOTICE. Regular meeting of the Butte Republi can League club will be held at the Audi torludi at Butte, Tuesday evening, Septem ber 9, at 8 o'clock. Business of importance is to be transacted, after which promi nent speakers will address the meeting. All members are respectfully urged to be present and those not already signed are earnestly requested to attend and become members. For the officers of the club, F. W. HASKINS, Sec'y. TOiDAY'S BASEBALL SCORE ON PAGE 9.