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THE INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DPARTMENT1
GREAT COAL MINE UP IN LOST CREEK 1 - COMPANY SOON TO BE ORGANIZED AND STOCK ISSUED TO THE AMOUNT OF $5,000. MUCH DEVELOPMENT HAS RECENTLY BEEN DONE Largo Force of Men Will Soon Start to Build Roads, Bunk and Boarding Houses and Coking Ovens-A 12-Foot Breast of the Finest Kind of Coal-Is Six Miles From Anaconda by Road. (SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.) Anaconda, June 24.-Letters of incor poration of the Lost Creek Coal Mining company will be filed with the secretary of state at Helena within a few days. The directors of the company will be John W. Black of Anaconda, J. A. Stromberg and F. I). Weller of Butte. The capital stock will lie $5oo,ooo. The property owned by this company, is located on Lost Creek about 3 1-a miles northwest of Anaconda, and by road it is six miles. There has already been $8,ooo worth of development work done there and at present the mine shows a za foot breast of coal of the finest kind. Within a short time the new cabnpany will put a force of men at work buIding roads, bunk and boarding houses ar ' coke ovens and as soon as this is done the mine will be ready to sutipply an immense amount of coal. The directors have signified their Inten tion of disposing of 5o,ooo shares of the trasury stock at once, the proceeds to be used in opening up and further developing the nmine. The head oflice of the company will be, for a time, at least, in Anaconda. It is now in the office of W. H. Trippet who is the attorney for the corporation. There are connected with this venture several Butte capitalists whose names are well known in the mining world, and with such behind the enterprise there is every reason to believe that it will be of no small benefit to Anaconda. The coal is said to be exceptionally fine coking coal and for this reason no time will be lost in building the coke ovens. have completed all arrangements and will have completed all arrangements and be have begun work. GAVE A FARiEWELL PARTY Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hickey Gather in Force at Montana Hotel. rsIPECIAI. TO INTER IMOt'NTAIN.] Anaconda, June 24.-The farewell party tendered Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hickey at the Montana hotel by their friends last eve ning., was one of the most enjoyable social events of the season. There were o70 couples in attendance and all endeavored to make it as pleasant as possible for Mr. and Mrs. Hickey who have long been members of the society cir cle in Anaconda and whose non-appear ance at future balls and parties will be de plorably noticcable. Building a New Hotel. ISrct I.\. TO INTER MOU'NTAIN., Anaconda, June 24.-Con Hayes has broken ground for his new hotel at Greg son Springs and will rush the work as fast as possible. The building is to take the place of the one destroyed by fire last year and will be more elaborate and modern than the old one. There is no better or larger body of hot water in the state than that at Gregsoil. It is scalding hot when it comles out of nature's boiler works and is rich in the flavor of chicken broth when a little salt and pepper is added to give it flavor. Frank O'Brien Knew Them. [tI'E(CIAr. tO ITNTIER MOU'NTAIN.] Anaconda, June 24.-Night Chief Frank O'Brien says that Harry Wright, the ex convict for whose arrest the Oregon au thorities have offered a reward, is a des perate character. Frank knows every crim inal in the Northwest and most of their records. IHe had the pleasure of arresting and assisting in the prosecution of Wright for the robbery of a woman in South Butte in 1893. Wright spent eight years in the penitentiary for his share in this affair. Merrill, one of the escaped convicts, was also a party to the crime and received a sentence of seven years. L. V. Verberckmoes ..Leading Optician and Wathmaker... Eyes examined. $z to ap ply on glasses if ordered within five days. Fine and complicated watch repairing. All glasses and capital and work guaranteed. The genuine oil. All kind of eye-water and artificial eyes, 116 E, Park Ave., Anaconda, Montana 'OD00000000000000000000000 o The Daly Bank and Trust 8 8 Company of Anaconda 8 O Anaconda, Montana. " o General banking in all branches. o 0 Sell exchanges on New York, Chi- o O cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. o o cisco, Etc., and draw direct on the 0 0 principal cities of England, France, o O Ireland, Germany and the Orient, 0 O Deposits of $1.oo and upward re- o O ceived. 0 8 Correspondents o o National City bank, New York; o o First National barink, Chicago; First o a National bank, St. Paul; Omaha o National bank, Omaha; Bank of 0 0 California, San Francisco. o O John R. Toole, President; M. B,. o Greenwood, Vic President; Louis 0 0 V. Bennett, Cashier; F. C. Nor- o Sbeook, Assistant Cashier. o oooo00ooooooo00oo000o0000000000ooooo DEATH OF CAPTAIN HALLAHAN Gallant Soldier in the Civil War And the Late Spanish- American War Passes Away at Hot Springs. [SPECIAL TO INTF.a ttotrNAtIN.] Anaconda, June a4.-A veteran soldier, who saw service in several wars in many lands, a successful prospector and an ex perienced miner, who had tramped over the greater part of the northwest and possessed an acquaintance, both with men and things, surpassed by few, passed away yesterday morning in the person of Captain John Hallahan, of this edlv. wM died at Hot CAP a. 4OHN h..nmnrAN. Springs, Ark., where he had gone for his health. IHe had been a sufferer for some time from a chronic disease and had retired to St. Joseph's infirmary, Hot Springs, to take a long-needed rest. While not an aged man, Captain Hallahan had shattered his constitution in the several wars in which he was engaged and was unable to bear the shock of a last attack. His death came as a great shock to his many friends at Anaconda and throughout the state. lie was prominent in Copper opolis as a miner and merchant and be sides a leading figure in the Grand Army of the Republic and in the Spanish war veterans, of whose organization at Ana conda he was the first presiding officer. Born in Ireland. Captain liallalian came to America an MEYERS CONFESSES HE STOLE CREASE HE SHIPPED THE STUFF TO BUTTE AND SOLD IT TO THE CAS CADE SOAP COMPANY. sPi'ECIs. TO Nj'EIn MONtNTAIN.] Anaconda, June 24.-Il. E. Meyers, held under $1,000 I)onlds, charged with burglary in the night time, and who was to have had a hearing in Justice Kennedy's court this morning, made a confession at noon today, in which he admits having stolen four barrels of lard from the slaughter house of W M. 11. Montgomery & Co., where he was working. The confession implicates no one but himself. In his written statemenlt Meyers says that he came from Detroit, Mich., recent ly, and has lived in this county since March 7. lie went to work for Mr. Mont gomery at the slaughterhouse, March 12. June i, about 5 a. in., Meyers took a bar rel of tallow from the slaughterhouse, and with a horse and wagon borrowed from a foreigner living on Chestnut street hauled it to the old lumber shed of J. T. Carroll & Co. at the foot of Locust street. lie then employed Joe Piercy, a dray man, to haul it to the freight depot, and it was shipped to II. I.. Miller, a fictitious consignee in Butte. In Butte Meyers took it to the Cascade Soap company at No. 618 Front street, where he received $17.5o for it. June 15 he did likewise wit.i two bar rels more, and on the 2oth another barrel was stored in the lumber shed, where it was foupd by the officials. A short time ago Meyers made a great splurge about starting a soap factory in Anaconda. his confession was made to County Attorney Duiffy. PEOPLE FROM UNITED STATES They Are Flocking to Province of Alberta, in Dominion of Canada. rSPEil'.l To INTER .O II'ST.\IN.J Anaconda, June 24.-h1. E. Beaulry of this city who has just returned fromn Al berta, Canada, says that that country is fast filling up with people from the United States who are drawn there by the cheap ness of land and the productiveness of the soil, especially for raising Iray. The cattle industry has reached im mense proportions there also, but Mr. Beaudry is of opinion that as a grain re gion Alberta is not so good because of the liability of having frosts early and late in the season. Mr. Beaudry also says that the cattle business is not so flourishing in the northern part, as it gets too cold there and the animals do not thrive. On his way home Mr. Beaudry was held back several days by a washout that com pletely stopped railroad traffic. 1864, at the age of 18, having been born in Cork, Ireland, in 1846. Soon after land ing at New York City he enlisted in the Forty-seventh New York volunteer in fantry and was immediately transferred to the front, serving in the Army of the James and afterwards under Sherman in the closing operations in the Carolinas. Upon being mustered out at the close ot the war, he entered the Twelfth United States infantry and served in Arizona against the Apaches. While on leave, he went to Mexico, dur Ing the Maximilian troubles and saw many of the exciting scenes attendant utpon the downfall of that brilliant tool of Na poleon III. After leaving the regular army, Captain HIallahan carried mail in Arizona for a time and then went to California, where he spent some years in mining. In 2875 he began a series of prospecting ventures which took himt over to Nevada, Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, locating finally in California again. From :88t to 1886 he had charge of the mills at Comstock, and in the latter part of :886 removed to Butte and remained in Montana until shortly before the time of his death. Captain of Volunteers. A member of the governor's stalT at the outbreak of the Spanish-American war, he became captain of one of the first volunteer companies to be raised in this state and served with conspicuous gallantry throughout the campaigns about Manila int 18pp. Ils health failed shortly after the advane upon Malolos and he was obliged to resign. Simnce the war he had beenl engaged in smelting in Anaconda. Mr. Hallahan was a brother to I). F. Hallahan, at one time treasurer of Deer Lodge county and now living in Republic, Wash. lIe was a bachelor, but like all his gallant race, an ardent admirer of the fair sex. With the wide travel atnd countless ad ventures, he had a fund of anecdotes rarely excelled and could talk entertainingly and with authority on many topics. Sorrow Among Lodges. The news of the death of Captain John Hallahan at Hot Springs has created a pro found feeling of universal sorrow. The Masons, IElks, Crand Army of the Republic amnd the Society of Splanish American War Veterans, Captain Hallahan being a member of all of them, will cont bine in atending the funeral services. It is not yet known when the remains will arrive in Anaconda, and until that time the date of the funeral will not be set. Captain Hallahan was one of the char ter members of the Anaconda lodge No. 239, B. P. O. E., and was always prominent in the order. lie became a Mason years ago jn Ne vada, before comiing to Montana. ANACONDA BRIEFS. 'Phone IzaA, Martin Drug Co. * A. D. T. messengers-prompt, reliable. Captain W\r. S. turner df Silver Lake is in town and registered at the Montana. J. II. Klepinger and O. II. M. Evans of Great Falls are guests at the Montana. J. I. Overshot of Butte is at tile Mon tana. I.. E. E. audry has returned from a trip through the province of Alberta in Canada. R. K. Parkhurst of Portland, O(re., was in the city yesterday. Walter Gavin has returned from Spo kane, where he has been attending Gon zaga college. lie will remain in Anaconda Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Scanland of Warm) Springs attended the dance at the Montana last night. Mrs. John Odsen and daughter Gene vieve have arrived home front T'acomta, Wash. Patrick llennegan of this city, who is attending the Gonzego college at Spokane, has arrived home for his sunmmner vacation. Through Otto C. ltinchart of the United Order of American Yeomant, John \V. Black yesterday received a check for $I,ooo, the amount of life insurance ear ried by his wife who died one montith ago. BELIEVE THE MISSING NOtRBECK IS IN MONTANA Minneapplis Officers Are Laying Plans of Pursuit on That Theory-An Expert Horseman. [sIECIAt. nTo tINt'I.t MOI'N iAN.I Anaconda, June 24.--Mr. . E.. I. txter of the local Western Union Telegraph office is well acquainted with Christopher C. Norbeck, the missing Minneapolis de tectivc. Ile says that the Minneaporlis officers are of the opinioni that Norbeck is in the state of Montana and in that connection tte Minneapolis Titmes of dune o tt says: A reasonable proposition is that Nor beck has gone to Montana., lie is said to be an expert horseman, and he could easily obtain etmployment ont a ranch. Out there, along the Yellowstone river, it is still considered impolite to inquire too closely into a man']s ant:ecedentS. Norlbeck could easily be buried in a ranch until pursuit slackened, and then the money which lie had in his possession woutll enable him easily to seek refuge in a coun try where the extradition laws do not cover such offenses as his." At the Montana. [Isl'E:c iL To INTI'R IOIN I.11\N.] Anaconda, June 24.--George (;riffin, D)iamuondville, Wis,; George B. French, Chicago; 11. E. King, Butte; P. K. Park hurst, Portland; I)r. and Mrs. J. M. Have land, Warm Springs; George Symons, lutte; Albert Awheimer, Helena; A. IH. Pogson, New York; J. F. Overholt, Butte; W. S. Turner, Silver Lake: J. M. King, Butte; Albert Anheimer, Helena; A. H. Evans, Great Falls. JAMES LANDRY IS IN COUNTY JAll GIVEN NINETY DAYS FOR VAGRANCY BY A JURY IN JUSTICE OF THE PEACE QUANE'S COURT. [SI'Et'IAI. TO INTiri bIOL'NtAIN.] Anaconda, June 24.-Jamns L.tlry was tried Ibefore a jury in justice Quane's court yesterday on a charge of vagrancy and convicted. lie was sentenced to 9o days in the county jail. Landry was de fendeil by Attorney Iliram Rodgers, who, after the verdict had been rendered, gave noticc of his intention to appeal the ntiatier to a higher court. I.andry's bond was fixed at $700. I le court room was crowded with spectators during the trial. Latniry has lived in Anaconlda many years. l1e owns property and is engaged in the saloon business in North M.ain street. Several weeks ago he had Mary Netunan, a inem ber of the half world, arrested on a charge of stealing sonic clothing fromlt his room, libt when the case was called inl court ('ounty Attorney l)ulTy dilmissed the charge and ordered I.andry's arrest on a charge of vagrancy. lie said it was l.andry's fault that the woman was an outcast. W\itnesses for the state testified yesterday that L.andry had been in thie habit of collecting tmoncy from the woman and heatinlg her when she refused to give ilup. Landry sail lie had bought clothes for her durinug the last it months and had helped her in other ways. hIe denied having taken ioney fromtl her for his own use. During the argument tlhe countty attorney scored the defendant. IS IN ST. ANtN'S HOSPITAL Several Patients Admitted Who Are Suffering From Minor Injuries. Is 'i't' . t' i (l t SitN h i' si'is ,I Anii aco da, Jutie 24.- I. lcinti , t cinlm ploye at the fioundrlly, iwa blroght to the ihs pital this miorning with a badily latcer illed hand,. Jonas louser, whli work.; in the ct.ll vcriter plant at the \\'ashioue . llsers, fell ilto a hole while at wor k last night and severely cut his head anild face. 11e was takeni toi St. A 'iiiis ihosplital inl will be laid uilL fir .oi te little timte. Fraitcs lcitveirt was admittdl to the hospital this imirninig stulleriig from anill injured foot catused by rtiniig a nail iii it. Received a Present. l.sti;i AI. 't1 Ir n I r urtiS NtAiN.1 Anaconlda. June 21.--'hle clerks in the pllrchlasing departmeniit of the A. Ct. A. cipany yestcrhday presientd Mr. C. U. ihickey with Ian elegait gold ftlh, enigraved ion one side antil having an elk's head on thlie other. Mr. Ilickey s a promineniiiit Elk and'l his fellow workers in the general ollice look that manner of utlcressitng their es teein and friendshilp. John Harrington Buried. seIi'AI, 'fve r INT a IIII r IsNTAIN.] Anacotida, June 24.- -The funeral of J uhln larrington, one of Anlaconlda's early residents, who was killed alt flthe \Vasiho smelters several days ago, took plact front St. Peter's church yesterday. The inter inetit was in Calvary cnielefry. A long irocession followed the remaints to thll cent efry. Danielsville Is Boomitng. Isres IAt. TO lNsIrun stot'N .sIN.] Anacionda, June .4i -'lit Danielsville a, real live mininiig catpi is anll assured' fact. il:s for the hauling of ore froiii h lit new camp hlavi' justi leei advertistad iy Messrs. Jlones, I.acourse and I)aniels, who own sine oitf lithe miost valuable claims. The ore, will he haulcd to Ihe mine to race 'rack siding. I wish to tender lily thanks to the' t'nitedf ()rder of itniericalln Y'uIniei for heir kiindntess aiid consideration showni ito during lily recent bereavement lthe death of lily wife. J]Il ' W. It.ACK. TODAY'S WALL STREET STOCKS rlY AS o, IA l i P I.rt ;.I .New York. Jtune lt. 'The nits of the ,rious5 illues., of the king of 1':glaio r:mis'ld only a lelporary flurry il W\Vall trri-t. ' his was partly cle to Ilthe fact that news of the sllurc'sftul operatlion ill the king was rcecived U.hnr,st iiutd'liat'.ly after the openling of the( stock exchainge. '" he selling at the opening for I.nhon tc'counit was considelral,he and V:was well taken. The general runi of stocks fell only s:mall fractions and iprices generally re (covered. The rebound il prices was heal by lthr Southhwestern railways. Missouri, Kiansas O.l Tlexas and Texas rallying strongly and \\'ahash rising 7/% and r% over last night. Chicago (;reat \\'t' ern aitill North Am/erican advancedl I ,i aii r,.. ('ohlorado fuel and Amnalgamnated turned s'weak again, which weakness seemedll to overcomei the market. The formi'r lIst "% and the lat ter 2%. Anaconda lost 4% :an prices geneirall fell io the lowest. 'There were losses of I to I, oints by leading storks in the graligers, Southw estern grartiers, trunk lines and specialtics. ('oalers were c,,,lparatively firm. With a rally of a point ea'h in Coloradlo :uel and Amalg:anmated, the marlcet s,.adi',d. Huonds were irregular. 'lie rally (xtSOnled Ito :, in Coloradio inetl. u1/r in Amalgainatcel and a point in .,t. Taut and Canadian Pacific. ;eineral Electric roe three. lint corn products preferred droplped 31%. An active demand for (eadling steadied the market for a time, lbuint selliing caused pri,:cs to sag all around. 'Ihe market then Iccaime intensely bullish, but hai'lenied ,:,7lll'whl t illn pots. Chicago Livestock. [IH AssOsIAirA.I rI'ili:SS.j Chicago, une a4.-Cattle-l Rceipts, 4, 0,o head, including 00oo Texans. Market, stcady. Good to prime steers, $7.5o~ H., ; poor to medium, 14.75f1n7.50 ; stockers and feeders, *firstname.lastname@example.org; cows, ...THE .., COPPER CITY Heywood Go-Carts . and Baby Buggies 15 Per Cent. Off All This Week CCoPrmR CITY COMMERCIAt Co. Anaconda, Montana. $1.41lt'5s.75; heifers, $...5n'I,.50,; c;llllerl , $1 .40~(r .5u; 1tilil, $J._i(1 5.75; tc lyrt, $. , eb,50 '; l't'xas feld sltrts, $4.u1 7'7.65. l igs Receipts, today, .a,oo n; tIinor row, .1.1,000 ; hlett over. .1,41oo0. Mairket,l 5tr int' higher. Mixetd and butchiers, $7.,15r 7.8.; good to choice heavy, $7.750'7.Q-2 I ; rougl h heavy, $7.351r7.6 5; light, $7.:,., 7.5 ; bulk of 5sale, $7.5061 7.80. Sh'c ,p I(ccripits, 1o,lo0 head., Ma llI, sheep,, low : Ilambsii, tlrOng. (Goold tIo t'choi wethers, $4..r051't.75 ; fair to Iclhoice Ilit.l, $3.75(.1)..50 ; \W est. rn h sheep, $2..5,)(1 1.7 ; nlative Iaillhs, $5.oo ,t1il .u ; W c\' t crli, ilih.s, $5.ota )( 6.75 , New York Stocks. ( R1lported by ('.c ('oilmissiol ('Co.) Nilw Yoirk, June . I . ('l'Openinig alud ii ing p.irices tIloday : ? A tn riill Il....... .......... 15 I I Amall;9:nIated ('"pper ...... (4 (Jll A mna onaldI M ilill ('l i l l0lplly..Ino l 61,E AtChisn, , Topeka & Santa H11 8 11.7 loallin ro S& lhio ............ .6i 11I Jlrno klynl 1 apid ''iallmit..... 6b ;, (6; ('il t i ai lln Pa il ic ........... 1.1.%l 1 :4 ('., ('., (.'. S . I lli s ....... i1 i9 .1 ('Collliln n'lll; l T''bacc ('n1..... I.'' I i-I;4 ('lhesapeake & Ilhio ......... 4 :4 7,4l (Chicago & Altni . ........... 37' 371/4 Colhrado Soutllernl.. ....... 30% 1 I,:1 ('olorado PFul & Iron....... 849!4 Ho,ji (Chicago Greatit Westeri.n .... ,9 A ('hircago, hll. & Louisvile.. 7.1/4 75 (' .soli atl(eiI Gil. ......... ...1Z I/L4 .It! )ilaw:irc i& t lUdsuliii ....... 17,1.1i 174 Irie ................. .... , M io. tirst preferred ........ 671, (,7 (;unetr:;l 1.hectlric ('Compalny, ,35 31.5 (;reat Northerrn preferred ... 187 187 Ifockig VNally Ia:lilway..... 8 85iX Illitiois ('cr t ral ............ 157 Kanlls; C'iy Sottiirn ...... .117'1 .11l% I.ouiisville & Nashville ...... 1,5 IJ I.atlhelr .........it ... !-% I-4 1 Mi trnlllllt ('iii.ts lidllted t ....43 .1 ,1 Al., St. PI. & S. Ste.A M .. .... 5t. al, i .letropllitan ''ractiont ...... i.8% I 8l/ Mexican Cent( ral ............ 28 Ir .: 8 Mexican Na tilonal .......... 18% 11 inneal olis & ; St. I.Lo1i ..... 114/4 1t/4 Missoluri, Kansus & T t exisI t .l 583ig( tX Misouri 'Pacific ............Rl/i 1,-7% New York ('Ctllrial .......... 15 6/4 1I514 Norfolk & Western ......... 561.4 5614/ Northwestern .. ............51 J.so (Onlltario & \Wesl. rn .......... .1"% 3=1/ Pennsylvlania iailway .......151% 151 I'C noidt' s (;as .. .. .......... 01,1,/ 1111 I.lepullic Ilaln & Stcll ....... 171/4 1714, I :adling.. .................. 66(I/, i10. first prIf, lltsdtl ........ R4 HAYS Boston Wool Market. Ill i a" w. -,i I.\ 1 1 IT' l .'. I Il .,,ion, M .1 ''.., .1il1ie 21. T' e ' ll' ool nll . k it r ') 111lin ii fa irly ac 'iv e w ith a st. e a d y i ch ii:l d 1) ll substantii l tale .. In t lrrit try w ools, two tralsalion .s of cl, ,se t lialf a miillio n pol nlOl s hIave Ih 'nii close.,. (l)l1 wools iare hi*Ill, stricly iine scllemel 4H~ r 51); tine aind line m eilliil 4ItS 1 17, Staple )o6; 53 ; Inl'dinl i 1 r,( If. cid 7.(1) 741; .oll 6 1, 70; average 6(761 (,8. 'COOE COMMISSION (INOQRPQaATED) Capital and Surpdlus Y$0000..00. Gen'I Offices Bank of Commerce 8ldg., Minneapolis, Minn. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS I Jug.tt and hol| for cash or on margins for future delivery. Wc own all t operate tChe Ilunot extensive private wire aylte . In Ut lU'nltd StateI. We guarantee the execution of orders when Ilmits era reached. j Valablc .xjlh of utatiticls free oil aip Ilit all.,n. RFrFrlI!NCES: S6 Nat'land State bank. BUTTE OffICE, IIIRBOURBLD'G A. J. DARCH, Local Manoagr, Cheap Excursion v;a Northern Pacific (:y. June 7, 8, 10, 14 and iG, round trip tickets sold to St. l'aul, Minne apolis, Iulutlh, Om1aha, St. Joseph, Council Bluffs and Kansas City..$4..oo Chicago and intermediate points and returll ...... .. .............. 5350 St. Louis and inutermediate points and returtn ........ ........... 49,30 Rates also in effect to other principal points west of Chicago. May a8 to June 9, round trip tickets to San Francisco ...............$50.oo Los Angeles and return.. ........ 6o.00oo July 4, 5 and 6, St. P'aul and Minne apolis and return. ............ 34.5o August 4 to 9, inclusive, San Fran cisco and return ..... .... .. 50ooo Los Angeles and return......... 6o.oo For berth reservation and other infor nation call on or write: T. A. JOHNS, Aig B. A. & P. Ry., Anaconda, Mont. Salt Lake Mining Stocks. ( Reportell byt t ,ll- ('e (' ( In ibsion (.'.) Salt ILake. lin.i i1 N t llt uon stock %tlhlang,; '\ju( ....... ..................$ jj.t, Sritc r (hidh ................ . ..1 oo ( lentitry I h l l ................. hri ...................... .. ( hI*ll i. (r i ll t .. Ihaly \Vr .t . . ... .......... . 4 ,.o5 Star (hid ' t .................... Il,wtowri t hill ............... . I. R . (bi d ) ...... .. I. l ll nlinllth ( thi . .......... . . M nlllustomh ! hid ............... t.),. , M ay I l ( hi I .............. (I)lli;ll (id ..............i. .i l' i, t (bIt.. ...................i . .it Spent by the U.P. R. R.Co In miprovini w at wao originally the ititei ctaa.k sIn the West. RESULT. A rompiratlivly tr.airl. t and level roadlbed ballasted with dutlrest Sher. sman granite, rendeting possible the lis tiest rut of speed, together with te gratest degree of safely. The n'a clutrof thie work imust be seen iit ntý trittle Wid. A 'A lIiNl.S IT MY'ANT Solid comfort, securily and pleasure to ARtE YOU (;OING EAST: If so, you canllnot afford to , i via hn nther Ithaln this RIOYAI. IIGlIIlWVAYh i'urther inftorntlo onl applicatiun TIhe Best friend the Northwest Ever lad Normtllwet Iamousl." LIEAVEi BUTTJ . For St. Paul and East. daily ......... .........8:30 p. m. Great Falls local, dilly.... :45a. m. ARRIVESB S UTTI. From At. Paul, daily....... 9:4 p. a. From Groat Falls and Hel ena, dally ..............:..3:0 p. m. FULYL IN'ORItMATION FLROM City Tlcket OGluce. No. 41 North Mlaln Street, Uutllte. J. B, Dawson, Oonsr &gent. 'I Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS and ail .esetrn Poilnl Short Line to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico han flaucisco, Los Angelos ((Jceat or Rail.) Rorlland And all Pacific Coast Points. Depart.. 2:o05 a. i. I 2:415 a. in..Arrive )elpart .44:50 p,. t. I 4:40 1'. mn..Arrive Ticket Office, 105 N. Main street Butte, Montana. H, O. WILSON. General Agl.