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WE FIT THE HAMS-TO-OIT
1 you find It dimeult to obtain cloth
ter to at yo
Come to Us
We have no trouble in fitting all
shamp and forms
The Short or Tall
The Stout or Slim
The froet or Small
With the most perfect fitting ready-to.
wear clothing ever made.
Reasonable in Price
Durable in Quality
IMtI ISSOULA C[0
Y RCANTILE 0.
Alext Dow is in town from Arlee.
T. H. Morris of Potomac is registered
at the Rankin.
James E. Stevens returned this after
noon to the Bitter Root after a day in
J. P. Browne of San Francisco re
turned this noon from the Bitter
Rev. George Stewart will hold Epls
copal Lervices at Bonita next Sunday'
afternoon at 8:30 o'clock.
Joseph Boos and wife of Burlington,
Mont., have removed to Missoula and
will reside here permanently.
The east-bound train was deled on
the hill to-night by a hot box and was
25 minutes late in getting into Mis
T. F. Toomey and Ed A. Tipton of
Anaconda came down the valley this
morning from a visit at the Bitter Root
Dr. J. P. D. John arrived from Ana
conda on the morning train, and dur
Ing his stay in the city is quartered at
The republican city central commit
tee had a session to-night, but did not
fix the dates for the convention and
primaries. They will be announced to
Two missing teeth and a badly
bruised face were the results of a
fight that occurred to-night to disturb
the serenity of the city. The victim
will have a sore face for a day or two,
and some dentist will get a job.
There are rumors afloat of an inter
esting wedding in high life, of which
there will be definite announcements
later. The event is said to give prom
ise of being one of the most brilliant
affairs in the social history of this
Rev. J. C. B. Stivers. who has just
closed his work as state evangelist of
Ohio, to become pastor of the Christian
church in Missoula. will next Sunday
begin a series of meetings with the
church here and will preach each even
ing during the week.
A Good Lecture.
Missoula. March 18.-One of the best
lecture audiences that ever assembled
In Missoula greeted Dr. J. P. D. John
at the Union theater to-night. The
lecture has already been reviewed in
the Standard. and its delivery to-night
as all that was expected of the emi
net speaker, and that is saying much,
or expectations ran high. The nature
of the address attracted no little at
aian. and the audience followed with
interest the clear logical arguments of
the speaker. The members of the Ep
wsth league, who made the lecture the
noeeae that it was, deserve the con
gratulations that they are receiving.
ecoeere1 c Qulekly.
Lesoola. March 18.-Missoula re
severed qljLi,4) the egisei St.
Pafrick's .s. fTqsstordy atmosphere
that has prevailed here since the first
of the year led many to expect that
March U1 would wltness some warm
ghtlng This was not the case., how
ver, for last night was one of the
Bietest that the police have had this
winter. There were few reports of
trouble, and these few incidents came
from too jubilant celebrants of the day I
and did no harm. It was a quiet,
your stom:ih by iisig
low-price baking pow
der. Pay a fair price. º
IHEY HAD A HO:i'IME
The City Counoil Was Turned
Into a Debsting Bobool.
PETITION AND PROTEST
The Council Was ASed to Reconslder
Its Order for a Udwalk on Pine
Street-The Protest Had Only
M issoula, March 1.-There was a
red-hot debating society at the city
council to-night, and there was more
eloquence resounding through the
council chamber than there has been
for t .o years. The occasion of it all
was the order made by the council at
its last meeting for the construction of
a sidewalk qn the south side of Pine
street from the Presbyterian church to
Adams street. A well-signed petition
for this walk was submitted at the last
meeting, and the order for the walk
was made at once without reference to
To-night the council was asked to
reconsider its previous action on the
ground that those opposed to the walk
had not had an opportunity to present
their side of the case. They offered a
protest nearly as long as the petition,
and then the fun began. Before the
sidewalk matter was reached a saloon
license was granted to C. F. Smith, and
two new ordinances were read-one
fixing the amount of road tax at $3.
and another governing the keeping of
cattle and swine in the improved por
tions of the city. These were read and
referred to the ordinance committee.
Then the sidewalk business came up.
The council chamber was filled with
spectators, interested one way or the
other in the contest. F. S. Kennett led
the forces of the protestants, and A. P.
Tietjen marshaled the line of petition
ers. Alderman Kelm proved a strong
ally for the Tletjen side, and Frank
McHaTie bobbed up and down in sup
port of arguments advanced by Mr.
Kennett. Now and then somebody else
took a whirl at the thing, but the bulk
of the fighting was done by these men.
When they had all talked themselves
out in regard to the matter. Mayor
Webster, who had been very patient in
the matter, asked the aldermen what
they intended to do with the protest.
There was a period of deep silence,
which was finally broken by Alderman
Darbee with a motion to reconsider the
action of the previous meeting. Then
Fnsued an argument as to whether or
not Mr. Darbee had voted in the affirm
ative at the last meeting. The record
did not show, and the council finally
took his word for it and let him make
the motion to reconsider. Then fol
owed another period of silence. There
was no one desirous of seconding Dar
bee's motion. After it was apparent
:hat no one would second it, Alderman
Kelm moved to adjourn. Alderman
hix seconded the motion and it pre
valled. The protest was not considered
tnd the council chamber was soon
emptled. Then Mr. Tietjen set them
The Butte Druggist Came Near (letting
Out of the State.
Missoula. March 18.-J. S. Galloway,
who is wanted in Butte for forgery,
came near getting out of the state to
day before the sheriff's officers of this
county could head him off. in compli
ance with the request of Butte offi
cers. A message was received this
forenoon from Sheriff Regan asking
Sheriff McLaughlin to take Galloway
from the west-bound flyer and hold
him here This message said that the
Butte officers wanted him, and wanted I
him bad, and that he must be taken
When the message was received the
flyer had passed Missoula and It was
too late for any of the officers in town
to catch him. Fortunately Deputy
Sheriff t'orbett was at Plains on olli
clal business and he was instructed by
wire to look out for the man, and bring
him back. Mr. Corbett boarded the
first section of the train at Plains and
rode on it as far as Eddy. He found
that the man he wanted was not there
and dropped off.
He flagged the second section whcn it
came along and began a search for
Galloway. It was not till the train
reached Woodlin that he discovered the
fugitive. When he had located Gall(,
way, he stepped up to him and told
him that he was under arrest. Gallo
way smiled confidently and said: "I
guess not. We are out of Montana,
and you can't take me." But the Idaho
line was 56 miles away and 'orbett
soon convinced the man of that fact.
The east-bound train was due to meet
No. 1 at that point, and C'orbett hustled
his man out of one train and into the
other in quick time. Galloway is now I
occupying one of the guest chambers
in Sheriff McLaughlin's asylum and
will be turned over to the Butte offi
cers as soon as they come after him.
Mrs. Winslow'a soothing Syrup
Has bees used for over FIFTY YBARS by MIL
IONS of MOTHIIKr for their iHII.DREN
WHILE TEETHING. with PERFP'RT 81'(rcgis.
It SOOTfHE- the t'HILD. 8OPTENS the OGUIS,
ALLAYS all PAIN: CURBS WIND COLIC, an4
is the hbest remedy for DIARlIH(EA. Cold by
Druggtiste in every part of the world. tie sure
and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing syrup."
nd take no other kindl Twenty-fve centa abottle.
For sil kinds of wear in every kind of weather-
The Gordon Hat.
A Trap Shut Eutertaited.
Missoula. March 1.-Ed Garratt. the i
well-known trap shot. Is in town on a
business visit, and this afternoon was
entertained at the South Missoula
range by the local shots. Blue rocks
were the targets and some good sport
was enjoyed. The Missoula shots are
preparing to visit Wallace In a few
weeks on the occasion of the big tour
nament that the ('oeur d'Alene boys are
arranging. The tournament will be one
of the most elaborate of any that have
been given in this section and naill be I
attended by all of the crack shots of
the Northwest. Spokane will send a
big delegation and the coast cities w ill
be well represented. Portland promll
lses to send a good crowd and the
sport will be hot all the time.
Some New Fouls.
Missoula, March 18.-The present
spring, although opening slowly, is said
to be well adapted to the needs of the I
stockmen in this section. and all of
them are pleased with the outlook. Es- b
pecially is It t of the breeders of d
fine stock. i totn of Anaconda, p
who this no down from the
Bitter Root s says that there vi
is now a splendid lot of suckling colts -
at the far+ both in the harness hs,lrse 5
department and among the thorough- C
breds. In the latter class th,,re is a
new arrival in the shape of a foal fro.l
the dam of Senatet Iani, tb ?'ranm
many. The youagst that is attract.
insg the most attention in the standard
bred department is a colt out of Brown
Bilk, by Prodgali, a full sister to China
"Silk. This arived last night, and
ls in fine form already. Ponce de Leon,
the new horse at the ranch, has recov
ered lrom tie effects of his trip from
the t, a is now all right. He i
ex d to prove a good sire, and his
o e t'l .ee a lll add much
to the interest that -i taken In .the de
velopmetht of fast trotters 'that is going
on up there.
"I can say one thing for Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy; and that is that it excels any
proprietary medicine I have seen on
the market, and I have been in the
practice of medicine and the drug busi
ness for the past 40 years," writes
J. M. Jackson, M. D., Bronson, Fia.
Physicians like Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy be
cause it is a scientific preparation, and
because it always gives quick relief.
Get a bottle at your drug store.
A FINE HERD.
Col. McGowan's Shilpment of Thorough
breds Arrive in Mlissoats,
Missoula, March 18.--Colonel J. A. Mc
Gowan came up from Plains last night
to meet his shipment of thoroughbred
cattle that arrived on a fast freight
about midnight, The cattle came
through in good shape, notwithstanding
the fact that they had been on the road
for 18 days, and have attracted consid
erable attention at the stock yards to
day, where they have been feI and rest
ed. The cattle are of the finest short
horn stock, and are from the celebrat
ed farm of S. H. Thompson & Sons, at
Iowa City,where they were selected per
sonally by Colonel McGowan. At the
head of the herd is a yearling bull of
the celebrated Crulkshank stock. He
is registered as Admiral, and is by Com
modore, he out of Imported Guitler
Rose, by Pride of the Isles. He is one
of the finest animals ever seen in this
section, and substantiates the claim
that he is the best animal of his breed
in the state. With this animal are five
cows, all 2-year-olds but one. Two of
these youngsters are of the Dulcibella
strain; one of the Phyllis; one of Au
rora. and one of Alexandria. The herd
Is a fine one, and, with the already ex
cellent band of short horns that Colonel
McGowan has assembled at his Plains
ranch, will make a splendid lot of ani
During his recent visit to the Missis
sippi valley Colonel McGowan visited
most of the leading breeders in Iowa,
Minnesota and many of those in Wis
'onsin. The result of his investigation,
In which he was aided by Dr. Shaw and
other experts, was that he selected the
strain that is represented by the herd
at the stock yards as the best for his
purposes. The introduction of this
strain into Montana will be of great ben
efit to the stock industry, and will aid
in improving the quality of cattle in
this region. Experts who visited the
stock yards today are loud in their
praise of the herd, and Colonel McGow
an is to be congratulated upon his ac
C. F. Farmer. J. S. Wyman and F.
Congdop came with the cattle from
Wiscondln,and will take them to Plains.
Mr. Farmer says that they had rather
hiard trip, having followed the recent
now storm all the way from St. Paul
o Billings, and some of the weather, he
says, was hard on the cattle. They
teem to have en.'ured the exposure,
however, in good shape, and with a few
lays' rest will be all right again.
With these cattle Colonel McGowan
ias brought West the milch herd from
the farm of his mother in Eau Claire,
Wis., and some of the horses that were
ised on the place. The latter are es
wcially good. one team of draught
corses being a fine one, and a team of
Iriving mares being one of the best
natched teams that has ever been seen
sere. They are fine, slender, gray
nares, and are excellent roadsters.
The colonel has also brought to Mon
ana a complete creamery plant that
viil be installed at Plains, and will be
tut into operation as soon as possible.
Lhe plant is a complete one, ani will be
ised for custom dairies, as well as for
he McGowan herd. Preparations are
Liready being made for the plant at
'lain, and it will be started in a short
Didnl't like It.
Missoula. March 18.-Charles Marsh
has received a letter from his brother.
"The Bishop." who left here a fortnight
ago to go to Alaska. The letter was
written from Seattle, and contains the
information that "The Bishop" will re
turn to Missoula in a short time. He
does not like the way things look, and
Is willing to forego the possibility of se
curing a fortune if he can escape the
privations that are in store for those
who are up North this season. His ac
tion will find commendation from all
sensible men. He is fortunate in hav
ing recovered from his attack of the
fever so soon. It is easier to get back
from Seattle than it is from the towns
RFo st.travItn TH1OnT iIttEASEs. COlrHsR
AND HoAnRasaNss. iuse "tBk'WNN' ttRoN'HIAI.
TRsocEii." Sold only in boxes. Avoid Imitationn.
Relief for stia Iniini ..
Seattle. March 17.-H. C. Pettit. who ar
rived here from Dawson city this morn
ing on the steamer city of Seattle. says
that a relief party left Circle City in Jan
uary with supplies for the Tanana In
dians on the headwaters of Tanana river.
The Indians number about 300. Every
winter they depend on a run of moose
and cariboo for food. The run did not
materialize this winter and after they
had exhausted their supply of salmon
they were forced to eat their dogs. the
supply of which was small. A trapper
passing through the district became ac
quainted with their situation. He imme
diately brought the news to Circle City
and a relief expedition was at once sent
Special Dasnatcl to the Sta,nd,,1-t.
Washington. March 17.-Montana post
masters appointed to-day: Gold Butte.
t'hoteanu conty. Byron Banner, vice
James It. Fenton. removed: Hardy. Cas
cade county. S. It. Carman, vice George
M. Woods. resigned: Whitehall. Jefferson
coulnty, IIt. 1. Houghton. vice Oscar It.
Made a well
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Real Estat--Clity and Coautry.
4o Acres Orchard " ,irIS
Per ale at a Bege..
Write as for prices on this and other propetg
I lhoula ad vicinity.
This Beats Them All
A choice lay out of furniture In a new
5-room modern brick house on South
Main street; the house for rent at $D,
with water. This furniture cost almost
$1,000 and can be bought for $800. Bee this
if you want furniture and a home. Do
you want a ranch? If you really want to
buy one and mean business, come to my
office to-day and see the owner of 142
acres, all under fence, with good build
ings and water right that cost over $300;
warranty deed; three miles from Black
foot, Idaho. This proposition can be
bought for $00 If taken at once.
W. E. LADD, 423 Colorado Street. Butte.
P. O. Box 944.
Advertisements under this head 2 cents
a word for the frst insertion and I cent a
word for each subsequent insertion. No
advts. taken for less than 25 cents.
Classified advs. per line per month.... 1.25
(Count 6 words to the line.)
PEOPLE'S EMPLOYMENT BUREAU,
'phone 205. Employers looking for din
ing room girls, woman cooks, family glrat
or any kind of help, come here. People's
Office, in Owsley block. Butte.
WANTED-I PICK AND SHOVEL MEN.
15 tiemakers. 3 dining room girls. 1 shirt
finisher. St. Paul lhnploymen lOffice, 17
W. Granite st., Butte. Tel. 385.
WANTED-GIRL FOR 6ENERAL
housework. Inquire 812 E. Fifth st., .An
WANTE--INDUSWRIAL AGENTS FOR
Anaconda; good ptly, salary and com
mission, tO men of twins and energy. Call
at Room'16 Bank 41deok, Anaconda.
WANTED-ENEtR4tATIW WOMAN TO
travel on salary to get agents for su
perior line of goods. Corset & Skirt
Works. Ann Arbor, Mich.
A COMPETENT GIRL WISHES POSI
tion with private family. Apply at 615
Cedar st.. Anaconda.
WANTED-POSITION IN SMALL. FAM
ily with privilege of attending school, by
young girl. X., Standard. Butte.
WANTED-SITUATION BY FIRST
class male cook: good references. Ad
dress A., Standard. Butte.
WANTED-A GOOD LOCATION FOR A
permanent business in Butte. Leave
all particulars in writing at Standard of
tice. Address M., Butte.
FOR RENT-F'RNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping: rent $12 per month. 531
Kemper ave., Butte.
FOR RENT-321 S. MONTANA, BUTTE,
2 newly furnished rooms for housekeep
FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOM. 518
W. Quarts st., Butte.
FOR RIENT--''RNISHED HOUSE
keeping rooms. 118 S. Ohio, Butte.
NICEILY FURNISHED ROOMS. ALL
modern convcnIl ncees. Maryland block,
23 W. Quart,. Butte.
FOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. 215 Dakota, Butte.
FOR RENT-2 OR 3 ROOMS, NICELY
furnished, housekeeping; modern; pri
vate family. 4015 W. Mercury. Butte.
FOR RENT-216 S. IDAHO ST., BU'TTE.
one furnished room, with electric lights,
IF YOI' WANT A F1'RNISHE- ROOM-
go to the Mantle block, 16 W. Boadway,
near opera house. Butte.
FURNISHED ROOMS. MODERN CON
veniences. Silver blk,. 10 E. Park, Butte.
FOR RENT-4-ROOM IIRICK HOUSE.
825 Placer at. Inquire 212 8. Idaho. Butte.
FOR RENT-TWO-ROOM lHOUtSE. ASH
and Commercial. Apply W. B. Holmes,
11 Montana Meat building. Anaconda.
FOR REIT - MIW aCELL AN3OUs.
FOR RENT-MEAT MARKET. GOOD
location. Cobban Loan & Realty Co., 33
W. Granite st.. Butte.
FOR RENT-- COMPLETE JOB PRINT.
ing office. Apply (. H. Williams. justice
FOR RENT---tl.FFIC E IN DEiLENG4ER
block. 115 N. Main. Butte.
F'.R RENT L.ARtilE ATTIfACTIVE
corner building, formerly occupied as a
wholesale liq.htor house: firat-class loca
tion for retail liquor business. Inquire 1.1
N .~in st. Helena.
It.ti~tE-R -Sl'1' I NION HALL.. 931 E.
S1 ic oury st.. Iutte.
I"t It RENT--Mi Al itt' I. STORE RtOO)M.
N.. 37 F:. '..rk ave.. Anaconda. Apply
FOil SALF: Rill. .T.TIT:.
tl.iTERIl ROOT I'AIRMS-CtHOIctF I1AI:
g;its through, n the valley. 1 rite full
arit-tiulars otf what you want to J. W.
R.chy. Missoul., Mont.
FOR SAI.E-C-t'Ih: \P. C'ORNER I.r'T 5
room house. w 1 two closet, puntry
anild 'athroum I.- and cold wat' r. .a u1
i.. err;.r h*,:- Ap lY .,t iha r. <t
SFOR BAL-A BRICK BU ;II
house on X. Commercial ave. for ,6A0;
rents for $100 a month; will take halt of
price in stock cattle, the balance on terms
to suit purchaser. Anaconda Real Estate
and Insurance Agency. m56 3. Commercial
ave., Anaconda, Mont.
FOR SALB-4-ROOM liOUBE AND
large lot on N. Montana, $1,150. Call 00
N. Main, Butte.
FOR SALE-MEADOW RANCH OF 1.0
acres, In the heart of the Bitter Root
valley, near depot, postomice and school;
abundance of water, good range, best of
soil; will be sold in the next 0 days;
Klondike. George F. Brooks, Real Estate,
BITTER ROOT VALLEY FARMS
$1,200-20 acres. 3 miles from I(ssoula,
well Improved; stock and tools included.
81,00--160 acres, 2% miles from Stevens
ville; neat buildings, desirable home.
r2,000-110 acres, 3 miles from Missoula;
a good living and a home.
$1,600-240 acres, near Stevensville; plen
ty of water and a bargain.
13,600--20 acres, 12 miles from Missoula;
large orchard and good improvements.
I have many other bargains in im
proved and unimproved ranches. Write,
stating the amount you will invest.
George F. Brooks, Real Estate, Missoula,
FOR SALE-12-ROOM HARD FINISH
ed house in Centerville; large lot, 2,000;
half cash. 609 N. Main, Butte.
$2,700 buys good four compartment brick
house renting for $75.
$060 buys 3-room frame with large lot,
$400 takes fine corner lot, West Broad
6550 will secure 3-room frame and fair
$2,100 catches fine 5-room brick with
modern conveniences and large lot on
$1,300 is all that is asked for good 4-room
brick and nice lot, Stevens addition.
$1,500 for nice 5-room house, large cor
ner lot, stable, buggy shed, etc.
A special price on good business lot,
C'obban Loan & Realty Co., 33 W. Gran
ite at.. Butte.
CANARY BLOCK ROOMING HOUSE,
First avenue south, next to Great Falls
hotel; doing fine business; steam heat,
electric lights, all modern improvements;
5800 cash; cost $1,800. Inquire on premises.
FOR SALE - MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE-A SQUARE PIANO CHEAP.
Inquire 926 W. Quartz, Butte.
FOR SALE-FURNITURE FOR EIGHT
room boarding house; house for rent.
Inquire G.. at Standard, Butte.
BTEREOPTICON OTUTFITS WITH
Klondike. Cuban and other slides; cam
eras and graphophones bought and sold.
Richards & Birch, 200 Nicollet ave., Min
FOR SALE--HOUSEHOLD FURNI
ture, grand piano, elegant combination
folding bed. leather chair, hair couch,
sideboard, ten-foot dining table, 3 bed
room sets, stoves and range. 706 Locust
FOR SALE-A UNITED STATES LAND
office warrant for 160 acres: Mexican
war warrant. Anaconda Real Estate and
Insurance Agency. 205 E. Commercial
ave.. Anaconda. Mont.
FOR SALE-HOUSEHOLD FURNI
ture in lots to suit. Inquire at 604 W.
Quartz at.. Butte.
FOR SALE-FIRST-CLASS RESTAU
rant, doing good business, centrally Io
cated: price reasonable. Address A. B.,
;r------ -iVX -----W- W i--i--i-i-0isT -
TIHE SILVER BOW WHIM HOIST,
universally considered the best yet.
Spring wagons and buggies for sale or
rent. R. Rutter, South Butte.
FOR SALE-ST. BERNARD DOGS.
Joyce's. under ('lark's bank, Butte.
FOR BALE-BUILDING, STOCK AND
fixtures of bakery, confectionery and
notions; price $650; good reasons for sell.
Ing. Bakery, cor. Granite and Alabama,
FOR SALE-A SALOON ON MAIN ST.,
cheap for cash if sold at once; doing a
first.class business; party has other busi
ness to attend to. Address J. M., Stand
urd ofmce, Butte.
FOR SALE-CHEAP, BAKERY DOING
good business: good location. Inquire 335
S. Arizona, Butte.
FOR SALE-A PAYING CASH MER
cantile business: well situated, in coun
try. Address B.. Standard. Anaconda.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN-COBBAN LOAN &
Realty Co., 33 W. Granite at., Butte.
i HAVE TEN TIOUSAND D-OLLARI
to loan on Anaconda realty. M. J. Fits
Patrick, 205 E. Commercial ave., Ana
MME. SWDENIORG ' WILL TELL
your past. present and future. Room .l,
16 W. Broadway. Butte.
IF MATRIMONIALLY INCLINED
write your wants; strictly confidential.
C. D. Co.. Marshall. Mich.
MRS. MEYER. FORTUNE TELLER,
tells all about work. trouble, changes.
journeys. marriages. love and business af
fairs. Call at 213 Cedar st., Anaconda.
CONSULT THE GREAT FRENCH
clairvoyant before going elsewhere.
Rooms 4 and 6. 14 W. Park. Butte.
MADAM GI'Y. MEDIUM. CIRCLES
Tuesdays-Fridays. 11 S. Dakota, Butte.
LOST-LAI'NDRY IOOKc . -I:Tt'RN TO
I'on Steaim .lullndry tButte. and re
Fl t'ND--+t'III.D'S lF'R COI.I.AR. AP
ply to MahoneyI & Smniti. apposilte Mon
\Vi: HAVEI: CAStl ItIiYERIS FOR .l'TS
or hu ast, and Iots. northt sii . if you
want to iell eeI' u . Y'ld r & Jialknlian. 9
E. Proadw:it Iuutit.
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tfon-the tour !N-page , is
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an an as vbmep rt f ttmr o
the SUi, in lWaie "qera Custer and
his troopers lost tbelt vleae.
Write for a 00m. Write also for In
formation about rPts and* train ser
vice to Omaha. Kansas City, Ut.'Louls,
Chicago and other eastern and south
Three routes east-via Billiag. bt.
Paul and Denver.
PHIL DANIEL. Psenger Agent.
8 Blast Broadway. Butte. Mont.
O, R, I N, CO,
MOBT DIRECT LINE TO
Eastern Washington and all points in
, Oregon and California.
VIA SPOKANE OR POCATELLO.
Ocean steamers leave Portland every
four days for San Francisco and Southern
Steamers monthly from Portland to
Yokohama and Hong Kong via the North
ern Pacific Steamship Comany in con
nection with the O. R. & N.
For full Information and rates apply to
CON ST. CLAIR. General Agent, Butte,
Mont., or address W. H. HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent, Portland, Ore.
A. L. MOHLER,
President and Manager.
Oregon Short Line Railroad, Inter
Mountain Route. Only direct line to Cal
lfornia, Utah and Colorado. Pullman
Sleepers and free comfortable reclining
TRAIN ARRIVES AT BUTTE.
No. 7 arrives at M. U. depot
daily .............................. 1:4 p m
TRAIN DEPARTS FROM BUTTE.
No. 8, from M. U. depot daily at.. 4:03 p m
Arrives at Salt Lake at........... 8:50 a m
San Francisco, 8:45 p. m. second day
Portland, 7:45 a. m. secnd day out.
Denver, 9:25 p. m. second day out.
Direct connections with Rio Grande
Western and Southern Pacific rt Ogden;
Union Pacific at Granger; the O. R. & N.
Co. at Hluntington.
City Ticket Ofi ,.. No. 19 Eaet Broad
way, Butte, Montana.
M. W. BACON,
D. E. BURLEY, General Passenger
Agent, Salt Lake.
SPOKANE !ALLS & NOqTHERN
NELSON t FORT SHEPPARD AND
RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAYS
THE ONLY ALL RAIL ROUTE WITH
OUT CHANGE OF CARS BETWEEN
Spokane, Roseland and Nelson
Nelson and Rossland
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
8:00 a. m.... ....Spokane ....... 6:40 p. m.
11:45 a. m.... ..Rossland.... .... 2:55 p. m.
9:20 a. m.... ....Nelson.... .... 6:35 p. m.
Close connections at Nelson with steam
ers for Kaslo and Kootenal Lake points.
Passengers for Kettle river and Boun
dary creek connect 'at Marcus with stage
Mining Appliontion No. 3934.
U. 8. Land Office, Helena, Mont., Feb.
Notice is hereby given that John R.
Bordeaux and Andrew J. Davis, whose
iostoffice address is Butte, Mont., have
this day filed an application for a patent
(notice of which was posted on the 6th
day of January, 1808), for S02 linear feet,
the same being for 255.5 feet in a north
easterly and 73.5 feet in a southwesterly
direction from the point of discovery on
the McDonald lode mining claim, situated
in Georgetown (unorg.) mining district,
Deer Lodge county, Montana, the posi
tion, course and extent of the said mining
claim, designated by an official survey
thereof. as survey No. 5,227. fractional
township No. 5 N., range No. 13 W.. being
more particularly set forth and described
in the official field notes and plat thereof
on file in this office as follows, to-wit: Be
ginning at the west loc. cor. a Ume
stone 36x20x10 inches, set 24 inches deep.
witnessed by bearing trees and marked
1-5.227 for cor. No. 1, from which the
cor. to sections 7, 8, 17 and 18, fractional
T. 5 N.. R. 13 W., bears 8. 56 degrees 15
minutes. 20 seconds W. 9,400 feet, running
thence N. G0 degrees E. 327 feet; thence 8.
30 degrees E. 46 feet; thence 8. 17 degrees
W. 447 feet; thence N. 30 degrees W. 350.5
feet to cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
containing an area of L4 acres claimed
by applicants for patent.
The location of this mine is recorded in
the office of the recorder of Deer Lodge
county on page 370 in book 16 of Lodes.
The adjoining claim on the east is sur
vey No. 2,800. Pomeroy lode, John R. Gil
bert et al. applicants; on the west is sur
vey No. 5,157, Hold Fast lode, Henry L.
Frank applicant, and on the northwest is
survey No. 2,3,. Oro Fino lode, William
W. E. COX. Register.
Jos. H. Harper. U. 8. Claim Agent.
I, Thomas Hmney. Sheriff at the County of Sho
shone, state of Ilaho. herhy offer a reward of
Fifteen Thousand (i13,000.O0) Dollars to any
person who will give and furnish the nee-as
sery information. testimony and evidence
that will cause and secure the arrest and con
viction of one or more of the persons
who took part in. or were eoncerned in.
or who aide i and t.hett",d in the shooting. killing
and imurd, r of FREDERICK D. WHITNEY, on
or sabot tie ";srd day of IDeemh... A. IV. 1M97.
near the town of Genm. in the Coanty of hlo.
shone. otrte of Idaho. This offer of reward to
iw oal frLm tl.e date hereof until the 10th day
of Fehniary. A. DI. 1900.
Dated at W3 t!lace. Idaho, this ,th day of
March, t. I). 1+9tn. THon.t HE'sY.
I.heriff of the tounty of Shoshone. State of
DEPA' T i
daily' 1ý. ffiw'
at Siver e, t
Short LI. for 11
east and west a».....«.
No. 6, AtlanUte iMass, W
tlbuled tra in vig-Qr
ern railway through .
wlthot chage, earrl ,
car, s cars, day
and ktet eCars; eIde
tiona for Che , a es; -se 3
and all stera
Seattle. Portland, Sea t -
clsco and pfIts WTi t
No. 1, PaciBo express,
Paul via Ot at
way, daily . .......... 'r.;,
No. 8, Anacoada da4ly.,
No. 5, Copper at1 ~, .
No. 7, local rahlG Great
Helena via Grsat
way, daily ,,..,...
No. 1. Pacifo
buled train from
Great Northern railway,
B.. A. & P. By. passeg*
tion daily ......
No, . A naconda lipres,#
No. 6. Copper Cltty Flyer; day
No. 7, local from Great
Helena, via Great
railway, leaves B., A. &P.
passenger station daily. ....11 ) ·g
ARRIVE AT EBUIf3.
No. 2. local for Great Falls and
Helena. daily ...................: ia
No. 4. Butte Express, daily ...... 4 asii
No. 6. Atlantlo Express, eally.... SB" p a
Tickets on sale at the Butte Anaea
& Pacific Railway Passenger Station.t
aconda, for all points, local and thlt
on the Great Northern Railway
Short Line Railway and Nort~ra
cifc Railway -and their
Steamship tickets for sale to poinat
in Europe via the above lines.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN ANACONDA,
Butte Express ........... .. ..... :66: m
Northern Pacifil from the East
via Butte ...... ....... ........ 7:6 a t
Butte Express .....................11: a in
Butte Express ..................... 2: p in
Butte Express ................ .6 P a
Northern Pacific, from Garrison
and West .......................106 p m
TRAINS LEAVE ANACONDA.
."Garrison Express ............... 4.0 g m
Butte Express ...:..... .......... 'I09 a i
Butte Express ................... 11: a
*Butte Express .......... ....... 8: p ti
Northern Pacific. for Butte and
all points east ................. 8: p is
Butte Express. from Garrison
and Anaconda .................10:10 p m
*Connects at Stuart for Garrison adl
Helena; at Silver Bow with Oregn h'Shrt
"Cdnnects at Garrison with Northern
Pacific train for West.
TRAINS ARRIVE IN BUTTS,
Anaconda Express .......... 10:6 a a
Anaconda Express ..............1: p
O. 8. L. Fast Mail............... 1:5 p l
Garrison Accomodation ......... 41: a
Northern Pacific, from Anaconda
eastbound ............ .... :1g p i
Anaconda & Garrison Express..11:6 p m
TRAINS LEAVE bUTTE.
.Anaconda & Garrison Express.. 3:00 a ma
Northern Pacific Express for
Anaconda ............... ..... 7tS a i
Anaconda Express .............10:0 a m
Anaconda Express ............... 1:15 p m
O. 8. L. Fast Mail.......... 41 p m
"Garrison Accommnodation ...... 5.i p ma
Anaconda Express ........ ........ :4 p A.
'Connects at Garrison with Northern
Pacific train for the West.
"Connects at Garrison with the North
ern Pacific train for the last.
lontaaa Central Railway
Through service between St. Paul Min'
neapolls, Helena, Butte, Spokane, Beattle
and Portland. Connections at western
terminals for Kootenal country, Orcyg
and California points, Alaska, Japean and
China. Connections at Twin Cities for all
points East and South. Single and rpund
trip tickets to all points and baggagea
checked to destination.
Leaves-Atlantic Express, daily. 9:05 p·
Leaves-Local for Great Falls.,
daily ................. .... ....0... ,
Arrives-Pacific Express, (Jly. .7~,g p
Arrives-Local from Great alls, .
daily ........... .................. : m
City Ticket Office, No. 41 North 2Maln
St., Butte. J. E. Dawson, General Agent.
9" jSt. r rpal
Pullman sleeping oars. elegant lphol
stered tourist sleeping cars.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT BUTTE.
No. 11. from St. Paull, arrives at
M. U. depot daily at ............. 0: a
M. U., No. 2, from Portland, ar
rivs at M. U. depot daily......310 ) p m
M. U.. No. . for Portland, leaves
M. U. depot daily ................ :m as
No. 12, for St. Paul, leaves M. U.
depot daily ....................... m
Mixed, to Whitehall. leaves N. P.
local depot daily at ............. $: a m
On Thursdays this train will run
through to Pony and Norris.
Trains Nos. 11 and U have Standard
Pullman Sleeping Cars to and from St
Through tickets to Japan and China via
Tacoma and Northern Pacific Steamship
For information, time cards, maps and
tickets call on or write to
W. M. TUOHY, General Agent.
or CHARLES S. FEE, General Passenger
Agent St. Paul, Minn.
REED'S HACK AND BSFER OFFICE
S e. . E. Bdwy. d4a AU Nght.
Prompt and Reliable. Telephose S.
Montana National Bank
OF MISSOULA. MONT.
"F.rd l unett .... ............... President
.I I. T. yman. ..............Ve.. ie-Presidjt
G. A. Wolf ......................d..........Cahier
Capital ....... . $75,000
Surplus and Profits 15,000