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Kansas City Livestock. BT ASSOCIATED Patrs. Kansas City, Sept. S.-Cattle-Receipts, seo head. Market unchanged. Native steers, $j.6o S.eSo; Texas and Indian steers, $Sag.s.6o; Texas cows, Sr.soe2.ss; native cows and heifers, $s.Sog4.eo; stockers and feeders, $a.toO 4 00; bulls, $1.603.p9o; calves, $a.so1s.do. Hogs-Receipts, osoo head. Market strong. Bulk of sales,* $SS5.8o; packers, $5.so1gs7 medium, $*s.sos.So; yorkers, $5.7S@5.go; pigs, $ neg5.5s. Sheep-Receipts, nne. Market nominal. Muttons, $s.6Eo4.eo; lambs, $a.po(s.ss; ewes $3(.b@.75. Omaha Livestock. nY ASSOCIATID PRESs. Omaha, Sept. S.-Cattle-Receipts, Loo head. Market steady. Native steers, e4.oo1s.7s; cows and hellers, j$.oo4.as; western steers, $3.oo0 4.aS; canners, $s.ss 3.so; calves, $email@example.com; bulls, stars, etc. $a.oo04.oo Hogs-Receipts, 4,Soo head. Market sftzoa higher. Heavy, $3.aS0s.so; mixed, $3.40oS.65; WAR IN SIGHT IN TURKISH ENVIRONS (Continued from Page One.) eut their arms and fell into the hands of another Bulgarian band. The prisoners were not harmed, but were utilized to carry the captured arms and ammunition into the mountains. They were liberated. When the Turks reoccu pied Neviska and KliLoura, August sy and a8 respectively, the fears of the in habitants of a repetition of the Krushevo excesses were not fulfilled. The conduct of the soldiers at both places was correct. It is said that the official Turkish report saying zoo soldiers out of a garrison of 22o were killed at Neviska was due either to the unwilling ness of the authorities to admit that such a large garrison was so easily captured or to the belief that the insurgents would certainly kill their prisoners. Power. to Act. London, Sept. S.-So threatening is the Macedonian situation that the powers are being forced to take action sooner than expected. Emperor Joseph, It is now learned, has brought the powers to a stage where a decision is about to be reached regarding the character of the intervention which should be adopted. It is authoritatively denied that that intervention contemplates the occupation of Macedonia by Austria and Russia. "You may reiterate," said a diplomat who is participating in the negotiations to a representative of the Associated Press, "that the powers continue to act in harmony. It is not true that Russia has entered Into a secret alliance with Bulgaria. Roumania is quiescent, but there is an element of doubt in Servia in consequence of the predominance of the military in that country." STATE B0HOOL OF MINES. Entrance examinations Friday and Saturday, September it and :], 19o3. Graduates of high schools will present their diplomas in lieu of examination. Students from other state institu. tions or colleges will present certificates of standing in studies pursued. N. R. LEONARD, President. CHURCH SERVICES Unitarian-Services ci o'clock In Good Templar's hall, West Broadway; Lewis J. Duncan, officiating. Shortridge Memorial Christian-Serv ices .x o'clock and 8 o'clock p. m. Rev. A. L. Chapman, pastor; morning subject, "Launch Out into the Deep;" evening sub ject, "Man Up a Tree;" Sunday-school, :a:z5 and service Y. P. S. E. 7 o'clock p. m. Church at Washington and Mercury; residence, 432 W. Mercury street. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. Swedish Baptist-Services ci o'clock and 8 o'clock p. m. Rev. Carl Bernstrom, pastor. Adventist church at Dakota and Aluminumt streets. Welsh-Carpenters' Union hall; no services Sunday; Sunday-school it a. m.; Sacred cantata "Pilgrims Progress" in Welsh, 7:3o p. m. Residence, 803 Colo rado street. Mountain View M. E.-West Quartz and IMontana; morning esrvice xx a. m.; sub ject, "Human Agency in God's Work;" evening 8 o'clock, subject, "Sin of Thoughtlessness;" class meeting to a. m.; Sunday-school s:30o; Junior league 3.30; Epworth league 7 p. m. Rev. Charles L. Bovard, pastor; residence North Montana street. Grace M. E.-Services in A. O. U. W. hall, Front and Utah streets, xt a. m. and 8 o'clock p. inm.; Sunday-school a:3a p. in.; prayer meeting Thursday night at the par sonage. Residence, 935 Arizona street. First Church of Christ, Scientist-Broad way and Excelsior streets; services so:45 a. m. and 8 p. mn.; subject, "Substance;" Sunday-school as:I 5; Wednesday service 8 p. m.; reading rooms open daily, Ix a. m. to 5 P. m., except Sunday. 'Meaderville M. E.-Evening, preaching by Fred Whitford at 7.30o; Sunday-school a :30 p. m.; prayer meeting Tuesday even ings. Rev. C. D. Crouch, pastor; residence, Walkerville. Walkerville M. E.-Preaching Ix a. m.; class meeting 1o :15 a. m.; Sundnay-school a:3o p. m.; Epwortl league 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting Friday evening. Shaffer's Chapel A. M. E. (colored). Preaching it a. m.; subject, "A Wise Con clusion;" evening, "God the Source of Supply," 7 :3o. Contest on map 8:3o p. in.; Sunday-school a :30 p, m. Church Notes. Members of the Mountain View M. E. church will give their annual picnic next Monday. The cars will leave union depot at 9 o'clock a. m. for Deer Lodge where the day will be spent hi the park. The Ladies' Aid society of the Mender ville M. E. church will meet at the church Tuesday afternoon. In the contest which will take place at Shaffer's chapel tomorrow night some in teresting features are promised. Those in the contest are Mesdames M. E. Davis, Sam Jones, J. T. Jacobs and Ella Allen, The subject contested for is the world globe presented the church by Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, so the interest is great among the friends of those endeavoring to win the prize. There will be a song service at the First Baptist church tomorrow night. Following is the program: Organ voluntary; an them, "Father, Oh, Hear Us," Palmer; bartone solo, "My Redeemer and My Lord," Buck; duet, "The Lord is My Shep. herd," Smart, Mrs. 'McFarland and Mrs. Marks; anthem, "God Be Merciful," Bridgewater; soprano solo, "Ave Marla," Luzzi; contralto solo, "Babylon," Watson ; anthemt, "Hark, Hark, My Soul," Shelley. Close at New York. New York, Sept. .--Close: Sterling ex. change nominal, with actual business in bsnk. ers' bills at 4!356 st.6.4o for demand and at 483.Ix@483.s for 63 dl:ys. Posted rates, 4,iIr 4,87. Commercin bills, 4.8j. light, 5s.s4sf.7s; pigs, $s.oo0s.o; bulk of sales, Sheep-Receipts, none. Market steady. Fed muttons, $3.a504.65; wethers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; ewes, $email@example.com; common and stockers, a.ooQJ.4o; lambs, $4.oo04.7o, Chicago Livestook. Chicago, Sept. S.-Cattle-Receipts, se head. Market nominal. Good to prime steers, 5.4s 6.oo; poor to medium, $4.0o@5.S5; stockers and feeders, $2.So@4.2S; cows, $I,(S 4.60; heilers, $".oo04.75; canners, $firstname.lastname@example.org; bulls, *a.oou.j 4.50; Texasfed steers, $J.:.54.7o; western steers, $3.S26.25. Hlogs-Receipts today, 8,ooo head; Memday, 30oo head. Market steady. Mixed and butch. ers, $5.35Q6.zo; good to choice heavy, $S,sdo 5g85; rough heavy., $s.so@ses; light, $s.)6oS.85; bulk of sales, $5.45QS.75. Sheep-Receipts, i5,oo0 head. Sheep and lambs, steady. Good to choice wethers, $3.as@ 3.S3; fair to choice mixed, $a.as@S.ss; western sheep, $a.So@3.75; native lambs, $1.75,6oo; western lambs, 3.7ses.ao. HOTEL ARRIVALS At the Thornton-B. B. Ifanak, Omaha; E. J. Rotheschild, Chicago; J. G. Morony, nreat Falls; V. E. Vangham, V. C. Vangham, Jr., H. If. Vangham, S. W. Tenpcr, Ann Arbor; E. W. Beattie, Jr., Springfield; Mrs. John Berkitn Newton Terry, Butte; J. J. Terry, Anaconda; Otto Fautt, Chicago; W. G. Deer ing, Great Falls; A. M. Tinker, Massachu. setts; N. Mills, Jr., New York; W. W. Morris and wife, E. C. Knox, Pony; Mrs. J. F. Cam. eron, Brooklyn; W. It. Raymond, Belmont; George W. Clark, New Yorki A. Bedacnt, Chicago; F. F. Rogers. Denver; ,. W. Berk hansen, W. L. Ifemett and wife, Miss Ilemett, Bufalo, N. Y.; Charles E. Knox, Revenue; E. G. Metaler, Mrs. Phillips, Lee J. Pitner, los. ton; Miss Pitner, Evanston; Bert W. Crissey, Chicago; P. H. Connors, Helena; W. E. Gil ham, Denver; D. A. McDonald, Helena; t. J. Prince, L. R. Prince, Boston; J. R. Miller and wife, Dillon; K W. 'Pachard, C. Moore, St. Louis. At the Butte-R. L. Edwards, New York; E. A. Tyler, Chicago; M. A. Kilpatrick, Seattle; Charles Waegele, L. W. Opel, Buffalo, Wyo.; J. L. L. Clynick, Missoula; George W. Corley, Atlanta; C. L. Clark, B. P. Atchison, Denver; T. L. Hopkins, F. F. West, St. Louis; C. D. Wilkinson, Whitehall; D. Curtin, ... Paul; N. P. Martin, Wichita, Kan.; S. S. Deatherage, Chicago; P. Kline, Bovina, Texas; E. S. Barton, Peoria, Ill.; L. P. etardy, Sou..a Bend, Ind.; O. F. Schoenfeld, Great Falls. At the Finlen-J. A. Maynard and wife, Kansas City; It. V. Warnock, Anaconda; 5. S. Jennison, N'ew York; George M. Scott, Den ver; E. C. Poor and wife. Whitehall; John W. Corley and son, St. Louis; W. H. Eldrldge, C. E. Roy, Chicago; C. M. Meloen, Denver; John Buckly, Exor Pepin, Benton; H. M. Crane, St. Louis; W. K. McFarlane, Seattle; J. W. Lister, Missoula; E. E. .Little and fam. ily, Anaconda: It. K. host, Great Falls; W. M. Stevens, Billings; F. S. Hamilton and wife, Whatcom; J. P. Evans, Denver; E. H. Ford, Minneapolis; Charles Devendorf, Mil waukee. At the Southern-J. W. Reed and w..e, Sparta, Wis.; G. t.. Bunn, Dillon, Mont.; George Woten, Wickes, Mont.; M. Smith, Hel. ena; D. B. Cook, Ogden, Utah; Mrs. Joe Wolf, Denver, Colo.; F. i. Steugeon, A. P. Noel, St. Paul, Minn.; William F. Sinsil, Missoula; J. II. Allen, A. II. Briggs and wife, Spokane; Eugene O'Connor, Anacondai Rob. ert T. Collins, Greeley, Colo.; S. S. Wylin, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Anna Woodman, Silver City, Idaho; J. W. Pendland, Helena; T. Schoegam and wife, San Franeisco. LATE ANACONDA NEWS 'Anaconda, Sept. S. - In the dis trict court today Judge iaptoq de nied the petition for letters of ad ministration on the estate of the late John H. O'Mera, filed by the mother of the de ceased, and granted the similar petition filed by the widow, conditional upon her filing a bond In the sum of $250. The chief asset of the estate is a. damage suit of $a$,ooo, instituted by the widow for the death of her husband. County Comnissioners Kelliher, Hoffman and Martin and County Clerk Greenan have returned from a four days' trip of in spection over the new French Gulch and Big Hole road. The thoroughfare is now finished and is pronounced the finest road in this part of the state. The commis sioners are receiving many compliments on putting it through in such a satisfactory manner. WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT New York, Sept. 5.-The statement of aver ages of the clearing house banks of this city for the week shows: Loans rpj4.As8so, in crease $s,3044.o; deposits $(z8,s3s.3oo, decrease $s1.94,60; circulation $431.874oo, decrease $47,ooo; legal tenders $74,op3,8oo, deerease $,617.,ao; specie $sa,736,oo, decrease $aias.9oo; reserve $a46,8a.8oo, decrease $3,879,soo; reserve required $aS22p ,8s, decrease $4p8.1so; surplus $z7,96,975, decrease $3,38o,9so; extra United States deposits $a6,6os,s55, decrease $3,9ajoo. VESUVIUS IS MORE QUIET Naples, Sept. S.-The eruption of Vesuvius, although it still continues, has moderated to a certain extent. The new crater presents a wonderful sight. It is very deep, with very steep sides, which arouses the fear that another crumbling may occur. The mouth of the crater from side to side measures over 423 feet and is about 35o feet deep. The lava in the direction of the east and northeast continues in a very liquid form and it now covers an area of 650,ooo square feet. IN ADVANCE OF THE AGE. The increased comfort and safety with which women travelers can journey these days is characteristic of the age. This Is largely due, too, to the greater attention paid the subject by the big transportation companies. This added to the attention and courtesy on the part of employes makes journeying alone ,or women or children a treat instead of a burden. The New York Central scows ..self to be in the front rank in this matter as in so many others where the comfort of its travelers is concerned. The Central for instance advertises that its employes "will meet you at the pier on your arrival in port." That this means much to some people can be seen from the follow. ing letter to George II. Danicls from a very prominent business man of Minneapolis. Tih.e letter states, "I hnave just received from my wife a letter nadvising me of the most efficient manner in which your office has taken care of her on her trip over your road and on her arrival in New York City. I wish to thank you for the great assistance you have been to M\rs. ----, which has greatly facilitated her trip and taken all worry and annoyance off her shoulders, It goes without saying that when she returns to this country she will come b eat over your road, and I shill also take pleasure in traveling over your road when I go East to receive her." The Central makes a point of meeting steam. ship passengers, arranging for the transfer of their baggage and seeing that they are intro. duced to the pursers and stewards and in every way making traveling a pleasure, not a burden. It is characteristic of American lines nn' especially of the Central that the comfort and saiety of their passengers conies first of all. Fromn the Niagara Falls Gazette, NOTICE TO CARPENTERS. All nscemlelrs of Carpenters' union, No, Irs, will rseet at their hall at 8:4s o'clock on the morning of Labor Day to prepare for the parade. Conme, boys, let's all turn out and make Ia showing. WM, H, PIERCF., Recording Secretary. CLASSIFIED WANT ADS ONE CENT A WORD EVERY WANT LISTED HERE HELP WANTED-MALE WANTED-Salesmen, up-to-date, active, to sell firlt*class groceries to consumers at whole* salep Lretolass territory and liberal induce. meats. George Meldrum & Co.. 69 1. Green street, Chicago, Ill. WE TEACH men barber trade quickly; our catalogue explains how, mailed free. Moler Barber College. Minneapolis, Minn. Mac gregor and Anderson, proprietors. WANTED-At Virginia City. Mont., laborers, carpenters and six.horse teams and teuamters, Kennett Mining Company. HELP WANTED-FEMALE WANTED-Girl for general housework; must be good cook; references required. Apply between ta and sa a. m. at 04e West !'ark street. WANTED-A ENTS WANTED-Persons to call on retail trade and agents for manufacturing house; local terri. tory; salary $as, paid weekly: expense money advanced; previous experience unnecessaryl business successful; inclose selfladdressed en* Slope. Slestdrsd House, Chicago. SITUATION WANTED-MALE WANTED-Man wants light work in town. Address Man for Light Work, Inter Moun tain. YOUNG mnat attending school would like a position to work for beard and room. Ad. dress O. H.. Butte Inter Moustain. WANTED-Good sme wants dishwastlng. Address Dishwasher M. Inter Mountala. WANTED--D.dlerma wants work; knows the town. Adde Deliverynan, Iater Mointain. WANTEED-Water in restaurant wants wore Address Walter, Inter Mountain. WANTED-A: clrk wants position. Address Clerk, Inter Mountain. SITUATION WANT D-FEMAL WANTED-Little girl wants place as a girl. Address Nurse Girl, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Good dresser wants addressing or copying. Addresse, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Chambermaid wants work In town. Address Chambermaid, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Respectable lady housekeeping. where there Is no woman over her. Ad'ress Housekeeper, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Waitress wants situation in town. Address Waitress, Inter Mountain. WANTED-Pogition as housekeeper. Address H. A.,. Inter Mountain. WANTED-Seamstress wants sewing. Address Seamstress, Inter Mountain. FOR RENT-ROOMS MODERN Jeffrey blocks hot and cold water in each room; porcelain baths; electrie lights all sunny rooms; good view; well furnished; new management. No. ad East Park. NICELY furnished suite of front rooms for housekeeping; gas range, steam heat, electrie light; sy West Broadway. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished 'rooms; tram slents a specialty. Dorhofer block, p South Montana. FOR RENT-Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Upton block, 4t14 S. Main. FOR RENT-Lynch block; all modern outside rooms; firstelass, 8. No. aso East Park. HOTEL OXFORD-Rooms $so up; irst-class; modem conveniences. South Main. DESIRABLE rooms for light housekecping. irp West Galena street. FURNISIIED Rooms. Golden House, 43j South Main. TRANSIENT-Special. York block, 66 West Park. FOR RENT-One furnished room. No. 5o0 West Park. HOUSEMOVERS EXPERIENCED housemover, Edgar Dayton, 438 South Ohio. Tel. 7sy. Office a67 E. Park. FOR SALE-FURNITURE A WORD to the wise-jon heating stoves at Soc on the dollar, good as nes; now is the time to put them up. $65.oo new piano finish ladies' or gents' private house secretary, only $45.oo; $35.oo new folding beds, only $Jo.oo; r good as new $40o.oo piano only $aoo.oo; a good piano only $ys.oo; bedroom suites, ranges and rockers at soc on the dollar and le.s. Butt= Exchange Furniture Co. The great packing, shipping and storage warehouse. Ruy, sell and exchange. J. Chauvin, president and manager. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS . WANTED-To buy for country paper, one newspaper press. Address 'laindealer, IIavre, Mont. BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD and room for two gentlemen. No. 316 West Granite street. IBOARDERS WANTED-Best home cooking; reasonable rates. Mrs. S. Riosa, rip West Galena street. CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS DANK Clerks, Law Students, Professional Men, Business Men: Study Commercial Law. New course recently put out by the International Correspondence schools. Enquire at local office, No. ao4 Clark block, Academy street. BUTTE BRIEFS Orton Bros. Pianos and organs. Mrs. W. S. Base and children who have been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. W4 Plillip of r114 Utah avenue, has left foa Lexington, Neb., where she expects to visit her mother for a few weeks before return ing to her home in Dayton, Iowa. Lippincott & Darrow, a66 Pennsylvania block. J. E. Zimmerman today, sued Johanna Sullivan to recover the sum of $381.o0 on an account. The suit was brought in the district court. Social dance, Renshaw hall, Wednes days and Saturdays. Al King, formerly a prominent merchant of Anaconda, has returned to Montana from the state of Washington where he has been living for several months. Mr. King returned to take a responsible positionl with the establishmenl of 1i. 'C. Calkins, Recently Mr. King has been conducting a book and stationary establishment at North Yakima, Wash. His family will follow hint here very soon. J. G. Bates, Piano Tuner. Residence, "The Dorothy," Tel, 699A. John W. Delano complained to the po. lice today that some one had taken from thne shed in the rear of the Troy laundry a saddle and a pair of splrs belonging to him. His name is on the saddle. Ui has BUTTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY For Benefit of Busy People Tap the Telephone Wire... And ask for 'Phone 428, one ring, and * telephone your Want Ad to the INTER MOUNTAIN. It will be inserted at once and a bill for the same mailed to you. This will save you lots of trouble, besides you will be able to get your I want filled in the quickest possible time. Or, if you have no 'phone, just mail your ad., enclosing stamps or coin at rate of One Cent a Word for all wants, be they for help or a situation, or If you want to buy or cell anything. 1AWEOLLAi~IRAkhcusNEOUS. I"1R SALE, CHEAP-t,ooo shares Montana Gold Mining company. Apply to R. U. lhnston, No. p East Granite street. TO TRADE-A Batte grocery for Improved property. Address Grocer, awe 1 lnter Mountali. FIOR SALE-Two National cash resisters; good condition. Apply sog South Arizona. KODAK WORK and enlarging at lasters prices. Hawes. No. a West Mercury. ASSAYERS MEIER & WEN LCH1I, successors to John R. Bapty; assayers and chemists; bullion melted and assayed or purchased. N. 11y I"|lmiltoa street. Butte, Montana. THOMAS BUGGY, assayer and chemlst. No. a l Nortt Mati street, Butte. FITZPATRICK & LEWIS. assayers; succes awe to A. b. Rombauer. No. sol North Wyo. ming street. 'Phone 6jp-B. P. O. Box 114. .AW ºMASQ ,l,, T D 1Rs0R. s AI.I, KINDS made to order. Alexander Macaulay, No. ass South Main. ''Phone 6s. BICYCLE REPAIRING W ot roadway. o BUSINESS CHANCES (NE-HIALF interest In well established assay ofice; a splendid opportunity. Apply at this office. ,JEA,, . .N.N O R Pp I IN ..... PAUMI 'S Parlisan Dye House-All work gutarpsted. No. 6o West Galena street. 'hhdne f4-A. French dyeing and cleaning. BUTTI Upnb stering and Carpet Cleaning Companyl works corner Montina and eFor. phyry. Telephone 668-M. WEST SI)DE Electrid Carpet Cleaning Com pany; carpete sewed, remodeled, Oriental rugs scoured. No. sjo West Broadway. Acle phone 867-A. IDERMATULOUGIST-Gray hair restored free of clharge superfluous hair, wrinkles, f.eckles, moles, warts and the complexion treated by an expert from Mrs. Nettle liar. rison's Dermatological Institute, San Fran. cisco, Cal. ses East Granite, corner North Wyoming. TRANSFERS SMONTANA 'ITRAHNI'ER CU-Freight trans fer; moves engines, boilers, siaes, machinery of all kinds; furniture van and storage; plano derrick for use in difficult places; dealers in coal and wood. Telephone s3. Offices No. sa West Broadway. W. J. Christie, manager. RING WORLD'S BOX or 'phone loo. DANCING MISS MAE GUODEFI'OY-Teaches all ball. room and stlae dances every afternoon at Eagle hall; also fencing, hag punching and club swinging in which she is a mistress of the art. No. Ja South Main street. Socials Thurseay evenings. MASSAGE, superfluous hair removed; chlro. pody; expert hair dresser; manicuring. Nos. 45-48 Owsley block. 'P'hone 864-iU. HARD CIDER tw llAI(t(liLS hard cider at 'almer ', 58 last Blroadway. se per glass. Try it. HOTELS-LODGING HOUSES T!LIf. SUU'I'EHRN IIO'UTEL. Butte's I'opular Stopping Place. DINNER, sJo t s a a I a DINNER, eso The best meal and best cooked food for seo in Butte. You get as much of any and every dish offered on the bill of fare as you wish. Cuisine unexcelled. DAN TEWEY, Proprietor. no clew to the identity of the thief. He values the articles at about $35. IF YOU GO TO THE SPRINGS or out In the country, take some mragazines or hooks with you and enjoy yourself. You can hind anything you want in magazilnes, papers •apd books at the P. O,. News Stand, 57 West Park street. St. Louis Wool. flY ASSOCIATIEI PREsS, St. Louis, Sept. .--Wool, steady; Territory and Weatern mediums, s7ys8c; fine medium, i@17yc; fine, 15Ci6c. IN THE IDSTRICT COURT OF TIIE SEC. OND JtUDlIClAI. I ISTRICT OF TIlS STATE OhF MONTANA, COUNI t OF SII.VII( UBW. In the matter of the estate of HI. Caux, de ceased. Notice of time appointed for proving iill, etc. Pursuant to an order of said district court, grade oll'the Thursday of September 4th1, po3, notice is hereby given that Monday, the a2st dlay of September, siA,), at so o'clock a. mn. of vSaid day, at the courtroom of said court, at the city of liutte, in the said county of bilver IHow, has been appointed as the time and place for proving the will of said II. ('aux, deceased, and for hearing the appllication of Eugenia Canx, for the issuance to her of letters testa. mentary when and where any person interested lmay ;sppear and contest the same. Dated September 4, 0po3, SAMUELT M. ROBERTS, Clerk. By Eugene N. Rioberts, Deputy Clerk, ACCORDEON PLAITING No. ss West Broadway Telephone *aý--. HARNESS AND SADDLES BEST workmanship. lowest prices guaranteed. Alexander Macaulay, No. Iuj South Main. 'buhone 6a. HAIRDRESSING MRS. A. DIJTII|It(;IlI, haIlrdressing, mani. cure, chiropodist. No. 114 West Broadway. JUNK-HIDE DEALERS GORDON & PERELSON, uso t l anum. 'Phosne 6J. I'ays 4o cents per soo Ibs for old paper. LOAN OFFICE BARGAINS in diamonds, watcthes and jewelry at (;irsn's Loan Office, No. 24 E. Ilrk St. . . LOST L,()T';' Iliewellyn pup, a ,nu.nihs obd; color white; brown spiots over eyes and on ears, also at root of tail. $5.oo reward. Wetasteln saloon, 1a6 North Al;lin. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY guaranteed. No. 46 Iast Granite street. MILLINERY h.I.VlCl. ) Vl.'. ,S (all a llllinnry, low prices. New millinery Iparlors. 647 Utah nvlnute. MASSAGE MRS. LI B. CAItSON-Sciesitci masseug. O1ices: Nos. a74--s75 Pennsylvania buldling. 'Phone 997--i. MUSIC TEACHERS dolin. No. sf4 West (ranite. 'lPhone a--Ml. MIDWIFE I'RIVA'IIL home for ladies. 6q7 ,outh Maht. MESSENGER SERVICE iNG WOR.lD'S IIOX or telephone . n. MONEY TO LOAN ONEY TO L )AN on real estate, ranch property, livestock, pianos or furniture. irting in your propositirais. McRae Sulvesun, No. 49 West Park. Room I. iGMONEYi.T'LOUAN-Loans on turmature rea estate or any securities. Montana Chattel Loan Co. Ofhce: No. sed Clark block. UoNIEW 'L'U LOAN st I per cent on real estate, for from one to three years. mIllth a JeIfries, No. s9 West Granite. -LEM- NS & ..1T''ll will neiigotste a loan for you on real estate security. Rooms t, a, ., Silver Bow block. Ot'EY '-'LOTA -N on furniture or any secu* titles. Edward Chapman, Room a, 77 West Broadway. LA.NS--Money to loan at 8 per cent; no delays. 11.11 Brothers, No. 48 Last Broad. way, lfutte, Montana. iUT1'TL-Chalttel Mortgag- Company removed to No. 58 West Park street. iO)NEY TO I.L(AN on any kind of sectur'J. The Davenport Co., No. its Hamilton street. NOODLE PARLORS MlIWlAI Noodle Parlors -lmporters fine teas, noodles. Chau, Stie Melwab Co. No. tip, corner Mercury (the alley). OCULIST AND AURIST DR. T. A. GI(IG.;--E.ye, ear, nose, throat and lungs; prices moderate; terms cash. No. 4i flirbour building. 'I'hone 934-A. OSTEOPATHY 1)i. K, VIJRINJIA IIOUSEIT, looms 164 165 Pennsylvania building. Hours: g to ua, I to 4, 7 to l. Office closed Sundays. STOVE REPAIRING bCOTT, the stove man, has removed to No. taj East Park. 'Phone number, se. PERSONAL ADVICE free in delicate legal mattersi strictly confidential; promptness guaranteed. Box 6s5, Butte, Montana. PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS TURMNLEY'S SCHOOL-All grades taught. No. 4U1 West Mercury. Only private school. H. IH. ItANSON, M. D.--Generl operative surgeon. Offices; Nos. as, ad, Silver How block. ''elephoae 403. SECOND-HAND GOODS t)li(itSJ.i, 4a West BIroadway, will huy, pack ship, store or exchalnge your household goods. Pay highest cabh prices. 30oo up.to-dat second-hand heating stoves; also full new line stoves and ranges to exchange for secod-hlland .oods. 1014, money for your and-hand furniture, MORE goods for your money, MORE stoves, tin and graniteware. MORE bargains tllhn anywhere in the city. MORE'S Second-hand Store, a36 South Mali. IIiGHEST prices paid for second-hand furni. ture. Feldman & Co., say West Park street, 'Phone p97-- hM. WANTIE)-Scc.tid-hiand furniture bought and sold. No, 338 East Park street, 'Jutte, Tebe. phone 686-F. L. McNamara, INTER MOUNTAIN WANT ADS PAY SCAVENGERS 1I'1''Tit Il!c K, No. 347 Past Mercury; night work. Orders promptly filled. SHOE REPAIRING DI'ltMii(tili) anti crippled feet our speclialyt expert repalring work guaranteed. Charles Mack, No. ilt.i Nrtlh Academy. TAILORING DAN CAi.l)Ili, TAIIAOt- New designs to fall and winlter woolens. No. jlo North Main. N1W\' TAl.tL4Ru S alikasi.n & lIarju, No. sor I'.nst Itrond ay. WALI PAPER CLEANED FAQ.T%.1 .Ik clematt. Leave your addres at Newbro idruig store. ''hune aoo. Charles M. Cuit. MINING A'I'I.IC'ATIUN NU. 46053 United States Land Olice., Ielelna, lunltalnai August 5, seos. Notice is hereiy given thlat, Robert kicitride, P. T. Mcliride. Waketnan Sutton, Carl J. C'aprll and Louis Kauflllan, whore pnstotltce addita s in Il ltel, llllontaa, have titis iday 6lil4t their appliationl folr a pitent for It,Sn lineua feet, being 6so feet easterly antid so feet west. etly from ditcovery shaft of the McClosLkey lodef, tand ,,st linear feet, beinlg j5 feet eastl erly Slld a,ttS feet westerly from discovery shalt of itie t)ntalto .tlode, Minling ( lattns, tpon which claims a noltice of intention to apply for a piatent was poxled on tile S11th dtiy lt July, g9j0, situated in (tntlorganisel) mining district, Silver lHow nd Jefferson counities, state of Molntana, deigtell'd na Surveys Nos. 69t6 and 697y, respectively, int tits unlsurveyed portion of .sectinlltal T'uwllnhitp 3 north, RIange 7 west, being more paticullltly destrribedf as fulotiwst Survey No. 696, McCisllkey I.tlde: Iltegln nilg at the nrlthwest corner, a granite honwlde in place, witnesetdl Iby hearing tree and rock, anti marked - I-- i 6,6 for Cornler No. s, froms whichi I. 1'. No. a, 'T'uwnslhp nrtlh, Irange 7 west bears nortll as degrees ,o minutes Qa seconds west, 4ag. feet; anti runltlning thence soulth one degree west, 6ut feet; thence north 113 degrees so minutet east, ltne feet; thence north one degree east, 6no feet; thence south ti3 delreers o nminutles west, iso feet to the pilace of begilnilng, crntlalnilig an area otl n, 5 ueces, lof whicih .134 ncres are in coltlllrt with Surveys Nos. S79t8. tU37 and y,97, not cillladll. leavilng an area of 17. 16 nai e cllaimed. Sulvey No. <(),7, ItItaitit, I .tie: Iteglnn!nl at tile northlwest cttorltr a granite lotwltler ls place, witnessed Iby adrilllg trees ailld ilmarked " i" d .6sa7 for tornter No. t, frosn which I. i. No. a, Tlwnshlill j inlrthll, flllnge 7 west, beare nolrth to degrees as mlutiels Io seconlids west, 44I83. feet, allild suuiilng Ithentce suith it degrees all minutes west, 6uu fret thence nortlh l4 degrees alt minutes esl.t, 15o7.5 feet; thetice olrth a degrees .:1 milnltles east, son feetl thence sotltlh 1I delrers 56 Iinutllllr west, 5toe feet to the plale tII lbrllllnting. containlsng an area of ils.t5 acred, of which 3.19 acres are iS conflict with bu.l vey No,. 633c4, Inut cllilled leavins an area If .7.E ars cilaimed. tof which a,4 a-cres are in cnlllilrt with Survey No. 690Cl totall llten of thee suLrveys clanimed, .3l.8 iarce. The loctation of these claims are iof record in the Counly Leenolder's ofice of Silver Ilow coullny, hlionltn, tileia Mt ilekey I.tde in hook "V," otn IPae s. stidll in hlloo,k "W." on in'ge asa; tile tsltatlils aide, in louLk "V," oa l'age 65, all lolol. sl Itde locationss. ''lle aIdjoninlt g clninmll to these premlles aref To Survey Nt. ,t.4, Mtc('llkey I.ltde; on the north, Survey Nt,. S741., IaRtly S.,tlt .dtle; oi the east, Sulrvey No. 6133. )anvlnport Lodel on tile southeast, Survey No. 6J37, May liclie Lode; on tile west, tile Chief Jt.sttce J.ode. unslrveyed; and sin tile nolrthwest, Survey No. 579tt, Lilian Iodtle; Slurvey No. i570, Sumnmit Lode, i.tt sa4, i.s adjllent on the northeastl to SIurvey Not. 61s7, ()llltrio .,ode, on tlhe soutIheast, Survey NoI. 63.1J, (Ctilllr Mountain l.se, aind on the olrlthwesl, the thiei justice Lode, unslurveyeid. lilANK ). NMIIAC1L, Register. SAMUEL IIAIC(KII. Jll., Atitsiney fur Applicants. (irirst Pu'tblication, Atgust 6. t9oj). NORTHERN PACIFIC 8IJMirMER EXa CURSION RATES. The Northern Pacifso Is now selling the I)ns lowng "week end" excursion tickets: Pipestone and return.........................e Whitehall and return....................... I.p Lime Spur and return...................... a Twin Bridges and return.................. .ee Alder and return............................ a.e On sale Saturdays and Sundays; good retura. lag the following Mondayst I'ony and return............................ ye On sale Satudays; guood returning following Mondays: jIonita and return.... ............. .....$4 (n sale for train No. 7 Saturdays; guud re turning the following Mondays: Whitehall and Twin IBridges and return...$t.5E Alder and return.......................... i Tickets on sale for exclursion traiti leaving Butte 9:00 a. m. eachll Sunday and good return. ing on same train Siuiday nights Deer Lodge and elurn ......................o On sale Sundays fur No. I, good returning same day only: Hamilton and return ....................o Tickets on sale Wedisesdays and Saturdays, and include board and lodging fo,r two days at board and lodging at the I*avalli hotel. Hamilton and return ....................io.. e Tickets on sale daily and include a week's board and lodgitng at the Uavalli huotel Hfunter's 1lot Springs and return ......... le.o Tickets on sale daily anld Ilclhude two days' board and lodging at Springs hotel: Hunter's Ilot Springs and return....... o,g. Tickets on sale daily and include one week's board and lodging at Slprigs hotel. lhotel tickets can be extended not to exceed two weeks by applying to man;ager of hotel. Matmmnoth tlit Spriigs and return........g$g.o0 Tickets on sale for 1,s45 p. m. train each Friday, good returning on No. 13 the follow. ing Monday and include board and room at the Springs hotel, also whlle in transit. W. M. Merriman, general agent. (RE'tiLt I.CAl It IN.) MINING A'PPICA'lt)N NO. 4675. United Sitates L.and Ofice, , lHelena, Msontana, Sept. 2, 1o03. Notice Ins hereby given, thatt the lJutte Land & Investment company, by Simeon V. Kern. per, its attorney-in fact, whose postoffice ad. dress is uttte, Silver Ilow counlty, Montana, has this day filed an application for a patent otr 153.63 acres of the Xetsuphanes Placer Mining Claim, situated in (unorg.tnized) Mining Dia. trirt, Silver ]tow county, Montana, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the sytht day of August, 1903, and being more particu. larly set forth and deacribed in the official examination and Report No. t76, on file its this oifier, as follows, to-wit: Lots t and a, and the east hall of tie northwest quarter of Section it, Township a north, Range ! west. The location of thllis mine is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Silver Stow county, on Page 490, in look It of P'lacers. There are no known adjoining claims to these premises. FRANK D. MIRACI.E, Register. Jos. IT. HIarper, U. S. Claim Agent, SIISERII"F'S SALE. P, M. Hall, plaintiff, vs. S. J. Goudle and Mrs. Goudie, his wife, dcfendants. To be sold at sheriff's sale on the 7th day of September, A. D,. 9o3, at a o'clock p. m. at the front door of the courthouse, in the iety of Ihutte, county of Silver Dlow, state of Montana, the following described real property, to*witl Lots Nos. 8 and 9, in block 23, Silver Bowe Park addition to the city of Butte, county oi Silver Uow, Montana. JOHN J. QUINN, Sheriff Silver tow County. Montana, By F. J. Pelleticr, Deputy Sheriff. Dated August t5, A. .1 .0,po.