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WORLD'S K[*8 SUMMARY'
CULLED FROM ASSOCIATED
A Review of Happenings In Both
Eastern and Western Hemispheres
During the Past We~ek-National,
Wistorcal, Political and Personal
Events Tersely Told.
Nione has , Lirn made a subport of
'titirg miachines are to be tise! in
tu. -hlis Vanderbilt haa reeovered
!roiii Ii u., sen t- Iitii'sa.
i-i, ri, In ltr-giio. minister of the
I,. itýIn It al. fias ýresagned omfce
it ehiiir i'easiouy of Colorado has
signied the rertitiiate of Henry li.
Teller's election to the United States
Przesident Diaz has received the Boer
generals cordially. lie told them that
Mexico would welcome the Boer col
on lit 5.
A bust of the late President McKin
ley was unveiled in the poetoffice at
Ball imor" by the postofce McKinle3
Representative Brirstow of New York
has introituced a bill increasing the
salary of the pres~ident of the Ujnited
States to $100(000 a year.
Btaron .Speck von Sternberg. envoy
ext raordinary and minister plenipoten
tiary from Germany to Washington.
has arrived at Washington.
Brigands have beer terrorizing the
Caucasus. Russia, recently, levying
tribute on towns~ and nolding up trains
to an extent hitherto unknown.
Two men, L~ee Uia-ries snd George
tislverthorn. recenti; fought a duel to
the deathr in a small cabin 20 miles
from Rteddting, Cal. Silverthorn is
deaud acd Barnes '-an not live.
C. R. Lloyd. a wealthy resident of
Ssn tterrsrdlno. Cat., was shot and
fatally wottnd.d recently by his neph
ew. William tioxali of Santa Barbara.
Neither will make any statement.
The Norib~ern Pacific has the larg
eat passenger locomotivee in the west,
but the treight. engines of the Great
Not thern system include some of the
nmost powerful locomotives In the
The examination by expert account.
ants of the affairs of the defunct bank
of Otoe, Iowa. awned by Cutting &
tWil~ett. has dis~closed a shortage of
$214,491, instead of $34,833, as at first
The reichst.g has passed the sec"
ond reading of the bill protecting child
labor in factories and shops and pro
hibiting the employment of children
under 12 years of age in some branch
es of industry and under 18 years in
An accident in the engine room of
the United States steamer Boston. 1v
lutg In San Francisco bay recently, cost
Ward b~ee linker his life, and another
victim. Sanford 11. Tate. lies In a crit
ical condition at the naval hospital
at Mare Island, where he was trans
ferred for treatment.
The eileet of the action taken by
Emperor 1-iandis Joseph in deprivinb
thte cm own priucsss of Saxony of alt
her arcbduemmi titles and prerogatives.
which has the approval of both of her
father amnd of the king of Saxony, will
be to deprive her of any titie what
soever. So drasiic a decree is with
out parallel in the history of the Aus
The train robberies reported in the
United States during 1893 numbered
23. an increase of seven over 1901.
Reading hack from the latter year,
the numbers were 29, 15, 28. 30, 28
and 49. The last number, the highest
on the list, is for 1895. The totali
number of holdups in 18 years Is 328
with a record of 98 persons killed and
The house committee on poetofces
and post roads baa authorized a fa
vorable report on the bill Introduced
by Mr. Gardner of Michigan to "pre
vent robbing the mails and to provide
a safer and easier method of sending
money by mail." it provides for a
system of post check notes which are
made interchangeanie at money order
postoffces and banks..
Allison Armour of Chicago lunched
with Emperor 1Viiliam last Sunday.
A divpatch states that the crown
princess of Saxony and M. Giron intend
going to the United State,.
Shipments of core have again been
cut down, and the Northport smelting
works have been co.npelled to sbut
down the fourth blast furnace, which
was started a few day, ago.
Samuel Warf~led, an Oregon pioneer
who crossed the prairies behind ox
teams 52 years ago, recently died at
Lexington. Ore., aged 84. lie leaves
12 children and a widow.
Mar. Kennedy, rector of the Amen
can college, presented to tue pope in
private uaioenice recently Charles M.
Schwab's father, mother and sister.
The pontiff gave them the apostolic
General Miles was the guest of the
king and queen at dinner at Windsor
castle Sunday night. The prince and
pi ince -s of Wales and others were
among the party. King Edward is in
Elisha Morgan, head a the Morgan
Envelope company, premoter of the
American line Writing Paper company
and a director In a number of manu
facturinig industries is dead at Spring
At a recent meeting between the
committee representing the Butte laun
dry workers' union and their employ
ers. a settlement of differences was ac
complitshed. Mangle girt. will receive
110 a week hereafter and employee
I .~l ' .u ý . ^'U> l:,r the loss of a
1Cu.us. CL~ Gtý+ 1 .Le an altur. by
y51a11 .L.~. U1Y1 51 eýJtiY at a lsaitl
I UY ...U, 1.sjl5A. ±1ýe N~e,1. ago,
3..a 5 Lu~5 LagIO to ioleta awl
oLY l'dS c.~..l1 ýU to 1111uuj~L~tij. k1i 1iy
/. 1U1.. 015... c.j %4.1 1141c Oy toel p0) -
I :/.11.80 au.4 bul gul.It to 1511510 t.1e
n l 1 _ .' flUUL avail.
It a1 .oassa~uor Meyer's request,
Q~ueenl iis.±1.& niaaitlg anl exceptionD 1n
.is case, astiecr wajeaty is in osouri
au/g iur nor glaouataLLr, ý@celveG in.
V lvate aullience leceutiy Miss Carew,
a.0 sister lu law of it geIGOUL 11.0$.
vlit. 1I tie quieen was very graciouus
.still expressed a giceat jialog fur
,.old0 coinie from the Little Horn
lover couitry of the death of Spotted
tiorse. one time chief of the Crow
b .ibs of Inulans.
s1 he breaking of an elevator cable
in the Joseph Cigeweil building, at
iienver, zeceutly, caused the maiming
and bruising of seven persons, neli
of whom may be crippled for life.
The date for the international Ep
worth lcoguo convention, to be held
in Detroit next sumn or. has been
finally flixed. The session will begin
July 116 and continue through Sunday,
News (If the death at Garnet of
Jack Rtiley, a pioneer miner of Mon
Lana Is reported. Riley had been con
cerned in the development of practi
cally every mining camp of Montana
and the Coeur d'Alene district and
vvas well known among miners. His
death was sudden and probably due to
he-art disease or paralysis.
A movement is on foot, according
to a Glendive report, for the forma
tion of a new state to be called Mon
tague. and which is to be formed by
separating that portion of Montana
east of the Belt mountains and that
portion of North Dakota west of the
Re'-enily occurred a grim tragedy
with dire results to the Finnish set
tlers on Maoicom island. aome dis
tance up the coast from Vancouver.
In a terrible holocaust which broke
out while the men were at a meeting,
in a common living house In which
ii families were living, 11 women and
children were burned to death and
'Spy Oak," said to be the largest
tree in New York state, standing on
the Pelham road, Westchester, has
oeen condemned as unsafe, and will
,±robably soon be cut down, it having
uecome hollow and in danger of fall
.ng. It is said that many spies and
leserters were hanged from this tree
luring the revolutionary war.
A sensation was created in politi
!al circles at Helena recently by the
arrest of Miss Jessie Waters. whe
yam brought to Helena from Butte
o give testimony for the promecutioa
n the impeachment came against
Judge Barney, now pending before
'he judicial committee of the house.
Miss5 Waters was arrested on the
'hat'se ttlst "h. I. ---.ýýa a .
'or having committed perjury In con
section with the Minnie Healy mine
A shaft sunk on El Dorado creek
war Dawson struck second bedrock
;6 feet below the first bedrock with
:ix feet of pay gravel running as bigh
is $25 to the bucket. The strike was
tot tar from the famous gusher,
.vhich is now about under control.
rhe new strike knocks all mining
heories and opens a way to remark
ible possibilities. Other shafts are
iow beink sunk. If lower bedrock
ictually exists, the Klondike district
nay repeat itself, judging by the pay
ºre found. It is believed there are
till other strata below those found.
t'he gusher, when struck, ran a
tream three feet wide, seven inches
.seep at the rate of 34 miles as hour.
New York.-R. 0. Dun k Co.'s Week
y Review of Trade last week says:
Domestic trade and industry contin
us to prosper, while the fuel situation
.ias grown less disturbing through the
~pecdai efforts of transporters, aided
cO no small degree by mild weather.
.)istribution of other products has been
restricted by the discrimination in fa
vor of coal, and shippers are impor
tunate. Clearance sales are about
ended, leaving only small stocks of
winter goods. Advance business in
spring deliveries is very heavy and
fall contracts are also placed liberally.
In most cases where there is no delay
in the fuel account, manufacturing
plants are busy, though cost of ma
aerials and labor is very high.. PIirm
irices for finished products are con
:equently to be expected. Favorable
returns of railroad earnings are con
s.tantly issued, figures thus far avail
able showing an increase of 5.7 per
cent over last year and 17.9 per oent
Miles of loaded cars and thousands
of tons of coke piled in the yards at
Connelisville tell the story of condi
tions in the iron and steel industry.
F~urnaces are closing because of the
Footwear is firm with an advancing
tendency, although list prices are with
Failures for the week numbered 243
in the United States and 20 ia Can
French Ambameador Arrives.
New York.-Jean Jules Jussrand,
the new French ambasmador to the
tTnited Statee, and his wife, ham ar
rived on the French line steamer La
Mine. Jusmerand wmas formerly Miss
Eliza Richards. and although born of
American parent,. ham never be~ore
been In thim country.
The mkies are never so bright am
when they have bees washyd yp a
[lHO P081 OfFICE ROlD D~
THIEVES SECURED BOOTY L"
U ED AT $960.
Echo Is a Small Place 10 Miles N h
Iof Colville, Wash.-Two Robben
the Deal-Money Stolen Was T !e
for Safe Keeping-Tall and S
Man-Store in Isolated Distri
Colville, Wash., Feb. 4.-At
o'clock at night R. E. Watts,
haut and postmaster at Echo,
iuh's north of this city, was held
and robbed by two masked men. T
.ecure'd booty valued at $9tlJ. W
had closed his store and was build
a big fire in the stove to keep
building warm when a knock at
door attracted attention. lie rat
the bar placed across the inside of
door, whien the strangers, eviden
customers, walked inside.
One, a tall man, shoved a revolve
in Watt's face, stating the business h
and hls fellow thug meant to tras
sact. Watts obeyed the order "hands
uip." The short man proceeded to ri$
the till and then searched Watts, wk
hail money on his person, Few worb,
passed. The strangers said nothiý
in leasing and left no clue.
They being heaviiy clothed against
winier weather, and there being iittý
light in the room, Watts did not ste
the masks on the men until threa*
Most of the money stolen had beef
deposited for safe keeping.
The fact that one robber was taill
and the other short adds interest to
the case, as the same comparison we
made of the men who robbed David
Micel, a farmer in the same neighbor
hood, about two years ago, and also
of the two who robbed the Bossburg
railway depot about the same time. No
clue was left to identify the robbers
in any of these cases,
Watts was alone at the time of the
robbery. The store being in an len
lated country place no one was near
to be given the alarm and make chase.
Many well traveled roads center there,
on any one of whicn the highwaymen
might escape. The store has no tele
phone communication. It is considered
-trange that Watts did not notify the
sheriff. He gave no information about
she postal funds. In any event they
vould be light. Watts has been in
')usiness there about six months.
" OR PRESERVATION OF SEALS.
* ..uestlof to be e wsn Up Wit,,
* Washtngtou-o r. Mut~ieiian of New
a ore, in toe house Mohulay reeister.
it 4hueucebbtuliy a motion of Mr. 'Law
* ~ey of Minnesota to suspend the rule..
..,d pass a bill to authorize new ne
e *otlauons with (Treat Eritatn for tht
d. aters and for a modus vivendi fox
e suspension of the killing of seals;
,,ending these negotiations, and faii
k *ng to secure sucn a modus vivendi
k .,efore the opening of the pelagic
b aeailng season this year. to authorize
th ie secretary of the treasury to kili
a tihe soal herd on the Pribylof and ad
rjoining islands, except 1000 males ann
110,000 females in order to preserve
t. Mr. Tawney described how pelagic
e sealing was rapidly extinguishing the
k seal herds. In a single year, he said,
.t 30,000 seal pups had died on the iii
yands from starvation, due to the kill
e ing of their mothers at sea. Unless
1summary measures were adopted the
a seal herds would be extinguished. He
said the alternative of ordering the
r.extinction of the herd in the event of
the failure to nogotiate a modus vi
vendi was "wt remote contingency.'
Mr. McClellan called attention to the
~'fact that the majority report on the
pending hill had been signed by the
i' late Representative Russell of Con° etct r ilt fMsah
e setts and himself. There was no oh
u jection, he said, to the first four sec
'lions of the bill, which proposed to re
°new negotiations for the preservation
I'of the seal herds in Alaskan waters.
Hie quoted Professor David Starr Jor
Sdan, Senator Morgan and a Secretary
Shaw against the bill.
° The bill was passed, 72 to 22.
Jefferson Memorial Aseocistlon,
r Washington-The Thomas Jeff'rson
; Memorial association, organised for
i-the purpose of erecting at the national
° capital an appropriate and truly na
Stional memorial to the "author of the
s Declaration of Independence," througb
i. ate president, Admiral George Dewey
i" has issued an appeal to the American
r people for funds to carry out the ob
Sject of the association.
"Every contributor will receive a cer
ptificate acknowledging his subecriptlom
tand carrying with it membership in
I"the association. In time to come these
certificates will be "badges of honor."
iContributions, check,, money orders
or drafts should be made payable to
tthe order of the treasurer of the asso
ciation, Jesse B. Wilson, president of
he LUncoln National bank. The people
I will be kept informed of all the im
portant actions of the association.
Communications addressed to the sec
retary. W. S. McKean, will receive
prompt and respectful attention,
a 'Admiral ef the Navy, President." d
Will Pay Militiamen.
Pittaburg, Feb. 8.-The Pennaylvanai
railroad will send out checks to em
ployes who served during the anthra
cite coal strike as member. of the
National Guard in full payment for
their wages on the railroad during the
several months the strike was in pro
tress. The dlstribution wW tome as
a nomplete surprise.
Rteekterd Is sooa to have a broom I
Vanseuver Is agtlating the ,rastllill 1
of a 511 harrel flour mill.
!lotler, cii mises south of Ijarriog
ton, is to have a flour mill.
Springdale and Ctmewe,all, two bteV*
ens county towns, have votedA to in.
Not Yaim is now a wide open
town, or at lNast will be cu within a
very abort time.
Th~e Portland Flouring Mills corn
pany is mating arrangeumeuta for thle
construction of a 4001 Darrel will at
it ise stated that A. F. Statter, a
newspaper man of Waila Walla, will
oe senator Ankeny'e private caecre
A wholesale Jailbreak was frustrat
ed in the Snoliomish county )ail re
cently by the prompt action tlt the i
The seventh annual r sclon of the
school of dairylng is open at the state
.igricultural college. contitnuinig eight
SEd Spencer, who killed Ella Mundt
sat Spokane Janugary 19. and attempted
Fsuicide, is slowly rega~ining5 his
It is eetimated that the damage by
lforest fires in Washington and Oregon
F he past summer and fall amounts to
tThe new 175 barrel Eagle roller mill
at Colfax, replacing the mill destroyed
e oy fire last August, is completed and
nas begun running.
The homeseskera' rates of $25 from
3t. Paul to North Pacific points will
ve again put into effect February 15.
fi ay the transcontinental lines.
nThe Columbia River Rtailway E Nay
s gation company, which for several
dears has been deemed a sure enough
r-ailroad corpse, is giving signs of
g r.Marguerite Allen, the oldest
v oman in the state of Washington.
ylied at the home of her daughter,
ire. John Morrison, of Tamoca, last
G. B. Aubin, a well known farmer
r alyng four miles south of Colville,
.marketed the largest hog ever sold Is
jolville. It dressed 625 pounds and
nas disposed of to J. P. Hessel.
Herbert Hupp, the 9 year old son of
d Villism Hupp, a farmer residing 19
e piles west of Walla Walla, died re
it'ntly from wounds Inflicted by the
ccidental discharge of a shotgun.
James Boise, an eccentric charac%er
0 years old, died recently at his home
ear the state line, alone and unat
1. ded. The deceased came to Walls
alla valley from New York 40 year
A meeting of the prominent lumber
Len of eastern Washington and nor
fern Idaho will be held at the Spo
ane hotel on February 11 for th.
*urpoee of considering matters of ha
ortance that may be brought up.
Burglars recently got into the as
u;n dt F'. J. Melt on a t Lind and blew
,pen the safe, using two charge. of
titroglycerine. one charge on the out
>ide door and one on the inside door,
ibtaining about $403, of which abort
$200 was in silver.
Tb. foilowing dates have been set
or the inspection of eastern Wash
.ngton militia companies: Headquar
ters Third battalion and Company H.
S2pokane, February 25; Company I.
Waitsburg, February 10; Company U
Vakima, February 23; Company L, Col
fax, February 27.
There will be a meeting in Upokane
early in February, probably next week,
between Mr. Parkin, agent of the true
tee. of the Cecil Rhode. will, and lead
ing educators of Oregon, Washington,
Idaho and Montana, when plans for the
selection of candidates for the Rhodes
scholarships from these four states
will be discussed, and the matter final
ly determined if possible.
The farmers of Rockford section
are quietly agitating the question of
forming some sort of an alliance with
the people of the Idaho panhandle for
a united and decisive move In the di
rection of securing measure. looking
to the opening for homestead settle.
ment of the Coeur d'Alene Indian rue
er-vation during the present session of
A $21,000 deal in farming land in
Waltsburg district was made last
week, when A. W. Phillips, a promin
ent county farmer, sold his 280 acre
farm, with extensive improvements,
at about $55 an acre. The ranch and
orchard are located on the Coppel.
Frank McCowan another Coppel resi
dent, was the purchaser,
BIG FIRE IN SACRAMENTO.
One Fireman Killed and Another Has
a Broken Back.
Sacramento, Feb. 2.-The great de
partment atore of Weinstock, Lubia !
Co., baa been destroyed by fire. Frank
Caaenolt, a fireman, was killed by a
falling wall. Al Pritchard had his
back broken and will die. Several
other. were badly injured. The loes
may reach half a million. The prop
erty was heavily insured.
The store wee one of the largest ia
Family of Six Drowned.
Vlcksburg, Miss., Feb. 3.-Two cars
from a westbound freight train broke
away at the incline of the Queen &
Crescent railroad here and, rushing
dowqn the grade, plunged lute the river.
One wasn a combination freight and
immigrant car, and, It is stated, con
tained a family of six persona bound
from a point in Alabama for a point is
Arkansas, all of whom were drowned.
The Pretender Routed.
Tangier, Feb. 2.-The sultan's troops
have utterly routed the forces of the
Moorish pretender and esgtared Se
UdLIMATOM 10 THE P0WER3
IN REGARD TO THEIR CLAIMS
Copies of the Note Bent to Their Dif
ferent Governments - Engl~and,
Italy and Germany Want 5A Per
ICent Share of Customs Receipte
-Other Countries 10.
WVashinigton. reu. 3i.-Herbert WV.
Jow4eu, eucl.Ulea's repie.enLALlV- aLL
% :tbl,.urLuu jur a bgLLeLULUUL of 15.0
cliºug MraitnbL Lilat CUULU7y, has e(1'.1
tl,ruugu Lug Uri~iis alILua.batuur herue
w-uat awuAUILL pracLicatiy to as clu
u. IiUwW Lo ue aiutet powers of t3.k.at
ii-.Laln, (ierliaiy and 1Laly regV-Oiflg
t1eir loblM LenLe for pre(WetefUS. LOtele
ý .lun lUL.LUe WU t.ýUL~LUUU tUwe..
..L IL LLLwiu LLd..brkL.LLI LU LLUC L.,.:d&.
oJU Lju. t..U e...u..AWS tor Lrs"L.oW..AL
..iLIU LU riu...g SUUA uUiii. It Lb ih Le
.Ly~ LU wet IIUprLSAAuwU MuuU miii utl.
Ia JointL cuuiwtetiLtI o)1 tue u&guti~atUn.
L UceuALL$ uy toe tira L~sf aW UasaaUU'
naln UbUtat tn. auteei powers Lie ai
º ItliUU two tnirdis of .L0 per cent ut tilt
t esutows ieeeipta of tne ports of Lai
Luuay~a andi k'iekto Canuelo. auuo
I boat toe Unitedi Mlates andti he oltu
I er clalimant na.ions., trance. IBegiguw,
1 .lo~lattn, Uenwara, apatn, and Nrorwa,
amid nweueu. ConLeliL LUUnOLbeVWe witu
º toe remtaining one third oftnIfis per
t entage; that is, 10 per cent of the
receipts of these Iwo ports.
in the note received by tbe Biritish
ambassador from Mr. Bowen the laL
Ster refuses point blank the proposi
º lion for a 20 and 10 per cent division,
on the ground that Io recognize tile
principle it embodies would be abso
inltely offensive 10 modern civiiization.
inº view of the fact that the negoti
ators are agreed on all save the ques
Ition of preferentiai treatment, the am
bassador is informed that Venezuela
has decided to submit that question
to The Hague arbitration tribunal.
I The acceptance of Ihis proposition.
i Venezuela contends, carries with it1s
raising of the blockade, the genera.
understanding being that the block
1 ade would end when the negotiatora
-at Washington had reached an agree
it is understood that in refusing
this last proposit,. s submitted by tht
iritish ambassador on behalf of tht
Lilies Mr. Bowen takes the grounct
hbat he can not accept in principli
.he contention that blockade. ant.
iombardments of forts and the con
.equent killing of helpless men, wo
ene and children entitle any powe.
rc alliance of powers to preferentia
reatmnict at the hands of a civilizea
ation. It is claimed that should the
,epace powers and the blockading pow
<oHio to mutlh a principis thro~
wvould incorporate in the law of na
ions a doctrine In conflict with the
tenets of all modern ethics..
Moreover, Venezuela, it is stated
egards the preferential demand o.
the powers as objectlonablq becaumi
,t would enable the continuance oi
the triple alliance of Great Britain
Germany and Italy for a period of si
years or more, and in acceptingi
Venezuela would be encouraging ann
tbetting the maintenance of hostiti
alliances against herself. The Brit
ish ambassador is informed in ihi
note that the Americans, north ant:
south, want peace and not aliiance.
Venezueia has taken speciai eanep
tion to the British government in
itiating this last proposition by whicn
Great Britain can hold fast to Get
many and Italy in their alliance
against Venezuela until the last cent
of the debt is paid. The prediction
is made in her response that surprise
and regret of the keenest sort will be
felt throughout the Americans when
it is kn,wn that Greet Britain has
even proposed continuing her pres
ent alliance with Germany and Itaiy
one moment longer than is necessary.
particularly in view of her previous
representations to the effect that she
was anxious to end the Venezuelan
dispute and call off the alliance at the
earliest possible time.
In suggesting that the question of
preferential payment he referred to
The Hague, it is understood that Mr.
Bowen does so in view of the fact
taht the question is the only one
that remains in dispute.
Dowle Qoss East.
Kenosha, Wis.-.John Alexander
Dowse, founder of Zion City, has ma
flounced to a crowd of 7000 of his
followers that he would during Feb
rmary take his 'restoration host," 8000
strong, to New York, where he has en -
gaged Carnegie ball and Madisoa
Square garden, he says, for three
months. He announced that street
meeting. would he held in New York
daily. More than 5000 of his follow
era volunteered to go oa the smis
Hobson to Resign.
Waahlngton.-Capsai Richmond P.
Hobson of Merrimaac fame has tender
ed his reslgnatlon as a naval sonstrue.
tor in the nary. For some time Cap
tain Hobson has sought to be relieved
but the board before which he was ez
amined pronounced him It for duty.
and he wasn ordered to duty in charge
of construction at the Bremerton
(Wash.) naval station.
Supply Arsenale Quick.
Springfield.Mae.~.Orderd have bees
received at the United Statee armory
to rush the shipment of 100,1100 Krag
Jorgensen riflee to arsenals over the
country. The original cause for the
order wasn the passage of the militia
bill, but the rush feature ef the erder
apparently has a spej eases.
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'Daily except Sunday.
`No. t North Coast Limited, from Salut
Paul aod eastern pointa, to the Pacdle Csas..
i, No. a North Coast Limited, from the pa.
ciSc Coast to St. Paul, Duluth and prlaclpsJ
t- No. S. Burlington express, from Ki.
ýa City and all B. * N. K. points, sad aB N.
lP. points went of Billings. to Seattle sad Ta.
ia No. 6. Burlington express from Tacoma and
SSeattle to Billings sand all 1. ! H. B. paines..
t No. 7. Bitter Root Local, starts from Puts.
Sfor Mdissouta, Hamiltoa and all interasijats
u No. 8. Bitter Root Local, from llsmlltea
No. is. Local, connection from Twin City
1, express fronm St. Paul sand all eastern poisa.
y, io. , local, connection with Twin City
Sexpress for St. Paul and all points east.
Passengers for Twin Bridges. Sheridan,
r Alder. Pony and Norris Branches leave Bsute
of on No. i4 and arrive in Butte from the..
points on No. s. Trains on these branchs dM
not run Sundays.
W. H. MERRIMAN,
1e Corner Main and Park Street.
To Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Connecting with all railway, for New York.
Chicago and all points eaint and south.
Sleeping ar run through from Butte Is
%ltnneapolie and St. Paul. Leave Butte foe
St. Paul and east daily at $:jo p. m. Great
Fall, local daily at 9:43 a. m.
Arrive, Butte from St. Paul daily 9:4S p. af
truem Great Falls local daily at 3:s0 p. m.
City ticket ol~cc No. 41 North Maine Street.
J. E. DAWSON.
"For year. a Burlington badge o~r a Psr'
lington uniform, whethe os trainman, as
grin. man, brakeman or agent baa stood for
all the courtesy and conaideration of as
American gentleman and the loyalty to duty of
the trained soldier."-Nebraaka City Tnibas&
Three routes east-via Billings, St. Paul sod
Denver. Burlington service whichever way >ea
1H. F. ROGER, Agent,
33 East Broadway, Butte, Mont.
1H. B. SEGUR, General Agent,
Fast Time!I Fast Time I
Pullman Dining and
1ibrary Car Route1111
To SALT LAKE, DENVER
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY, ST.
And All Pomat. East.
-SHORT LINE TO
Dolorado, Arizona and Mexico,
San Francisco, Los Angeles,
[plodlAnd APOcean or Rail.
An l acItkc Coast Poinst
Depart.2...:05 a. i. 3:45 a. m....Auri1
Depart.....:sa p. eo f p. aa....An1'S
Tiýe Oioe. to, North 3Ma15 Sliest. sates
3. 0. WI~sOx. Gawtal AfM