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CASE DISMISSED COUNTY OFFICIALS WERE NOT READY TO PROSECUTE AND JUDGE M'CLERNAN THREW OUT CASE. HEAVY FINES IMPOSED ON OTHER OFFENDERS Samuel Ryker and James T. Ducker Are Requested to Put Up $100 and Costs -"Poker" Brown and Frank Anderson Are Allowed to Slide Out-Wilson Case Is Held Over Until Thursday. Several men charged with having vio lated thie ll)ti gaubliniig law, were to have Iben tried in Jultdge Mc(lterllaan's court to day, but not one materialized, although in the case of the state againlst 1.. R1. t(ran nis, clharged with condilcting ia poker game in the .Monta;,a salooin at No. 42 \Vest Park street last Noveimbelr, a jury was selected and was ready to receive testi m1only. \VWhen the case was first called the de fenldanlt was not oi halnd, and the judge diclhired his bonds forfeited. "Your honor, this is a mtisdemcanor charge'." said Attorney James M. Ilinkle, who represente (;rannis, "and I guess we canl go alead with it." "All right," replied the judge. ,In a few minutes the defendant entered the room aii took a seat beside his legal adviser. Twelve men were ushered into the jury box to try the case, but E. Wilcox, John J. Greene and John l)owd, who were among thlm.i. stateid oipenly that they were opposed to the enforcemtent of the anti-gambling law, and were excused. Detective Was Missing. When i 2 impartial men had been secured it was found that William Walsh, the county idetective, who hail arrested the de fetlant, was missilng, and a recess of to minlutes was taken ti give him a chance to appear. Four minutes later lie showed up anl tlthe proceedinigs were resunmed, but after the co'nty attorney had consulted Mr. \\alh a few miiiinutes le concluded he was nit reatdy to go ahead. "'lThis cas;e is dismissed," said the judge, after liking over the situation. "Mr. G(;rali. %),n1 are discharged." The shock was so sudden that Grannis did not ;at first grasp the situation, but as soon as lie realized that the case was off his former look of ;applrehcnsion br.adenel ito a smile as generolus as that of a man who lhas won ita t on Ia game of baseball alnd lie tinltly faded from the room. Others charged with a similar offelnse did not fare so well, Ibut they might have had a walkover had they not teen so hasty in their dleterinations. When the case of the state :against Salmuel Ryker and Jamites T. Ducker w.as called. Attorin/ Johin lR. ("rice, acting under instructions fron the latter, uitlldrew ithe plea of not guilty forimerly entersirl by I)uikcr and substituted oIne of guilty. Judge Mc (:lfernan li ned( IDllcker $iio and costs, which ;as priiimptly paid liy the attorney. Ryker also withdrew his former plea of ilnt guilty :sil was fined $oo and coists, which was paid with ani alacrity that mnaIde the clerk wonder where all the Ilollcy camle fromn. Gambling Cases Dismissed. Several gublilililg cases were dismisseld, lamlonlg th'em th;at of the state againlit T. (). Towner. Aindrew Thoritg, Jolhn I.. Wolf, "l'oker" Ilrown anld ltra;nk Andert son, the l;iatter Icing charged with having coduclltel d gmiiie of poker in the Uniii lloy saloon at the northeast coriner of Alain anl I'orlphyry streets Septembiiir 23c of last year. In the case of the state agalilst George W\\ilson, whoI, is alleged to have contductedl a gamtte ill a saloon in South .Main street, Miles fa('ivana;ghi withdrew aIs tile defend a;nt's atlltorney anlld the court appoinlted t'harlhs (. Kohl to defend Wilson. The case was to have bLee tried today, but on ittaccount of the ithdrawal of Mr. Cava naughi it wenlt over until Thursday. The ippoitontient of Mr. Kohl was so suddiln that the attorney lost his hearing, ainld xclilhicd-- well, hle said something that wa;s not exactly court etiquette, and the judge eyecd lhim severely. "What's that ?" said the judge. Mr. Kohl did not tell him what it was, aid kept the golden twenties in his pockets from rattling for fear the jutdge tlight ask him to give up sotice of it for the benefit of the school fund. MRS. KUEHNER IS DIVORCED Judge Clancy Grants Plea on Grounds of Cruelty, Jenniie Kueliihur is divorced from George K;uchln er by Judge Clancy on the ground of cruelty. Ku~hner failed to appear to defenl the suit and the decree was granted upon his default and the proofs nlade by Mrs. Kuchlner and a lady friend. Mrs. KnlehI+er testified that Kuehlner knocked her down one night and knocked her teeth lot with his fist. Then he put her o'it of the house and threatened to cut her heart ouuit if she came back. It weoutltl lie a mlatter of superogatiotn to say that she did nut retulrn. They were imarried in 1893. There were tio ch:iIlrcn. CUSICK CASE NOT SET FOR TRIAL COURT DID NOT BELIEVE PRESENT JURY COULD REACH HEARING BEFORE DISMISSAL. ACCUSED ENTERS PLEA DECLARING INNOCENCE Presented a Forlorn Appearance in Court, as of a Man Who Had Lost Liberty, Hope and Friends-Was Not Hand cuffed, and Is Not Regarded as a Dangerous Prisoner. James Cusick, who shot and killed Thomas Itaggs, in West Park street, on the evening of June 23, entered a plea of not guilty in Judge McClernan's court today. He was represented by Edwin S. Booth, who, before the plea was made, filed a demurrer to the information charging Cusick with murder in the first degree. In the demurrer the attorney stated that more 1. JAMES CUSICK. than one offense was charged, and that therefore the information did not conform to the clauses of the statdtes relating to such charges. Judge McClernan promptly overruled the demurrer and, addressing the prisoner, asked him for his plea. "'lead not guilty, Jim," said Mr. Booth. "Not guilty. your honor," said Cusiek, rising slowly to his feet. Case Is Not Set. "I will not set this case for trial just now," said the judge. "I do not think if can be reached by the present jury." Cusick occupied a seat at the west side of the room and did not look pleasant dur ing the proceedings. In fact, his appear ance was that of a ,man who had lost not only his liberty, but all of his formcer friends. In transferring him hack to the court house he was not handcuflfed, as he is not a man from whom any trouble is antici pated by the officers. TO HAVE SPECIAL OFFICER Humane Society Will Begin Campaign in Montana in Near Future. At a meeting of the dimt tors if the Humane society, held last evening in the offices of Secretary ()rr at 37 West Gran ite street, a letter was re: 'cd fromt C. W. Clark, oTffering to p;.,y hilf th, saiary of a special officer, prtvidingi the society can Iav the other hall. Sullicient subscriptions haire heeu prom ised ly leading mercharts to in:,ire up the requisite sum, and Mr. ('la k's offeri was accepted. The oimi J sill api,'iit 0 itan at ollce. Mrs. Earlne White, a national organizer of the society, is expected frlol, New York to begit a calutviigo in Montatia iu ahcout two weeks. How's This? \We offer ()ineI lunltdrced )ollars RIeward for any case of (';tirrhl that cautot be cured by lall's Ciatarrh Cure. F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. \Ve the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly h,inoralle in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations madte bIy their firm. West & Truix, Wholesale Druggists, 'oledlo, O. \Walling, Kinlnat & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, lToledo, O. Ilull's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the il'iod aniid mniucous surfaccs ,of the system. ['rice, 75e per bottle. Sold by all Dlruggists. lTesti tionials free. laIl's Famnily Pills are the best. o ...CITY WATER... Pipes Are Now Laid Over the Entire McQUEEN ADDITION Lots are still selling at the same price, $'75. New Terms $25 cash, balance $10 month. Best op. portunity to make money in Butte. These lots will surely raise when Ferrall Copper Co. start producing. THE THOMPSON eO. Fire Insurance. 15 W. Broadway. Loans, Rentals READERS GAIN BY CHANGES IN TIME INTER MOUNTAIN LATE EDITION NOW REACHES RANCHES IN FAR AWAY WILDS. TOWNS COVERED FROM BUTTE TO SALT LAKE Latest News of the World, as Well as Everyday Tidings of Local Interest, Is Read by Remote Residents of Idaho, Utah and Montana-Butte Is a Gainer by Reputation for Enterprise. Another journalistic success has beets scored by the Inter Mountain. The Butte or last edition of the paper every day now covers all the territory between this city and Salt Lake, including the Dillon and Pocatello regions, and it is handed hot to the dwellers in the inter-Butte-Salt Lake area every morning. Thus do those denizens of Montana, Utah and Idaho receive the latest tele graphic and Montana local news through the Inter Mountain hours before any other newspaper can reach them. The Inter Mountain's international, nation al, Northwest and local news service is equal to any news service in the coun try, and those readers are enthusiastic over the paper which they now receive. Heretofore, in order to catch the train for the broad territory between here and Salt Lake, the Inter Mountain was com pelled to get off an early special edition at 4 o'clock. That is remedied by the late train which leaves Butte now at ten minutes to 5 o'clock every evening. Large District Covered. That train carries the latest and fresh est edition of the biggest afternoon daily in this section of the Northwest to Po catello, Dillon and all the other towns in the region referred to above. Nothing that happens in the world during the day is missed now by the remote Idaho. Mon tana and Utah ranchers, stockmen and fruitgrowers south of this city and north of Salt Lake. In the Inter Mountain that reaches them daily they find the newest information concerning European and national politics, Cpm.merce, social affairs and everything else of interest to the great American pub lic. The territory named is tributary to Butte, and the new news service which the Inter Mountain inaugurated for its benefit this week rerlunds to the profit and general advantage of this city. It adds to the reputation of Ilutte as a hustling place and one in which everything desir able is to be had. As was to be expected the new service has already increased the circulation of the paper in the inter-Salt-l.ake region very greatly and the subscriptions are cont ing in rapidly. There is no doubt but that the paper will be more than ever ap. preciated and its enterprise connended by every person who lives in that part of the country. Eastern, Western and Northern Mon tana will, of course, continue to receive the same excellent news service that has matte the Inter Mountain a popular news paper for all Montanans. RA:NCHER MAY PUT UP HIS OWN POSTOFFICE Government Makes Novel Provision to Facilitate Delivery in Rural Districts. Information of interest to the general public, as well as to otlicials, is containe. in a recent circular from W. S. Shallen berger, second assistant postmaster genll cral. In this document notice is given that after July i any person living on or near the route and not within the cor porate limits of any town or within 8o rods of any postoflice, who desires his mail deposited at a given point on the line of the route by the carrier may pro vide and erect a suitable box or crane on the roadside, located in such manner as to be reached as conveniently as prac ticalle by the carrier without dismounting from the vehicle or horse, and such per son shall file with the postmaster at the postollice to which his mail is addressed (which shall be one of tile two postoffices on the route on either side of and next to the box or crane) a request in writing for the delivery of his mail to the carrier for deposit at the designated point, at the risk of the addresses. The small hag or satchel above de scribed, as well as the box or crane, must he provided by the person for whose use it is intended without expense to the de partment. WILLING AND ABLE TO PAY J. W. Neville Declares He Will Not Be Forced Into Bankruptcy. J. \V. Neville, the harness-maker and saddler, at ;o6 East Park street, claims to be able to meet his financial obligations and will not be forced into bankruptcy. A petition was filed in the United States court June 9, by Attorney John A. Shelton, representing a number of Eastern firms, setting forth that Neville owed $6,ooo to his creditors. Attorney W. E. Carroll yesterday filed an answer for Mr. Neville denying that the petitioners have claims. With the ex ception of two bills all the accounts have been settled, he answer claims, from time to time, Mr. Neville declares that he is not a bankrupt, but is willing and able to pay his debts. THERE IS PLENTY OF ROOM Jail Contains Smallest Number of Pris oners in a Long Time. There are less than thirty prisoners in the county jail at present, the smallest number held there for a long time. James Martin, Charles Lennox, James Cusick and James Townsend are held for murder; Fred McClure, John Sullivan and Mike McGrath for burglary; Charles Wil son, James Black, W. G. Vivian, Mollie Murray, Mrs. Mohan and Mrs. Cox for vagrancy; Levi James for petit larceny; G. A. McDonald, convicted of grand lar ceny; M. Clarkin for delirium tremens; W. Mountain as a drunk; Ellitt Smith, as a witness; Chris Fisher and Ed Duffy for assault; Fred Snyder for Insanity; Lizzie Hall for robbery; Carl Karka and Leo Beatz as incorrigible, Big Sale of Men's Fine Clothing TO-DAY $15-Salt Lake--S15. The Oregon Short Line will operate second popular excursion from Butte and Anaconda to Salt Lake, Saturday, July 19th. Tickets good only on 2:o5 a. m. and 4 :50o p. n. trains that date, available to return any time witlin to days. Reserve berths now, City Ticket Office, 1o5 North Main street, Butte, Montana. II. O. WILSON, General Agent. Nothing Succeeds Like Success. The managements and clients, both, are getting such complete and satisfactory results through leaving their cases in the Owsley block with the International Detec tive agency, that new cases are being tendered the office management that form erly was thought to be too difficult to trace. But the success of so lmany cases has been reported to friends by friends that each day brings new and extensive operations to undertake and reduce to a position where only experience and judgment could possi bly obtain the result asked for. Rooms 2a 22, Owsley block, Butte, Montana. * Excursion Tickets. Following round tr:p rates via the Ore gon Short Line, gooal on the "OVER LAND LIMITED;" Enest train in the world; electric lighted, barber and tele phone service; these tickets also good via Salt Lake and Denier: Missouri River points, July .1, 5. 6..$34.50 San Francisco, August 4 to 9, inclu sive ....................... 0o.00 Los Angeles, August 4 to 9 inclu sive ........................ 60.0oo Reserve berths now. Ciiy Ticket Office, log North Main street, Butte, Montana. II. O. Wilson, Gen'l. Agent. GREAT NORTHIElN RAILWAY. Saturday and Sunday Excursions. Basin and return ..................$ 50 Boulder and return ............... 1 50 Alhambra and return . o......., a 30 Good goirg Saturday and Sunday, re turning Monday. Basin and return ...............$. oo Boulder and return .. ........... oo Good going and returning Sundays only. Ticket office, 4x North Main street and depot. Butte, Mont., May s, 1oo2. Special Excursion Train. Leaves Montana Union depot at 8:30 a. m., Sunday for .'ipestone Springs, Whitehall, Twin Bridges and Alder, re turning leaves Alder at 6:o0 p. m. Rates a.; follows: ,..tte to Pipestone and return...... S.oo Butte to . hitchall and return...... .So Butte to Twin Bridges and return... 1.50 Butte to Alder and return.......... a.oo Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposals will be received at the county clerk's office, Silver Bow county, Montana, for the installation of one boiler for heating purposes, to be installed in the boiler room of the courthouse, according to plans and specifications. Also one com plete gasoline engine and generator com plete for lighting the courthouse. Bids on each to be made .arl put in separately. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of M. D. Kern, architect. All bids must be accompanied by a certi fled check of 5 per cent of the anm.unt of the bid, and made payable to W. D. Clark, chairman of the board of county commis sioners. All bids must be received not later than o0 a. im. on July 5, 19o2. The commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. W. D. CLARK, Chairman Board County Commissioners of Silver Bow County, Montana. Attest : JOHlN WESTON, County Clerk. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on Friday, July 18, g1oa, a special election will be held in Silver Bow county, state of Mon tana, for the purpose of voting on the an nexation of certain ahbutting and contign ous territory to the city of Butte, in said county, described as follows, to-wit: That certain portion of the northeast quarter of Section 14, Tow .hip 3 north, Range 8 west, of principal meridian of Montana. bounded and described as fol lows: Beginning at the point of intersection of the north line of said Section 14 with the west line of the Empire addition, from which the northeast corner of said Sec tion 14 bears east 1,509 feet; thence south 8 degrees 16 minutes east along the west line of the Empire addition X67.3 feet; thence north 78 degrees a nminutes east along the south line of the Empire addi tion 111.5 feet; thence south 8 degrees 42 minutes east along the west line of the Ilope addition 389.1 feet; thence north 73 degrees 2 minutes east along the south line of the Hope addition 968.3 feet to the point of intersection with the north line of the Volunteer addition; thence south 66 degrees 30 minutes west along the north line of the Volunteer addition 980.9 feet; thence south 3 de grees 22 minutes east along the west line of the Volunteer addition 595.6 feet - thence north 66 degrees 42 minutes east along the south line of the Volun teer addition 953.7 feet; thence south 21 degrees 22 minutes east along the west line of the Lawlor & Kemper addition 446.4 feet; thence south 69 degrees 6 minutes west along the north line of th? E~nmet addition 93.8 feet; thence south 9 degrees 40 minutes east along the west line of the Emmet addition 36j2. feet; thence north 67 degrees I3 minutes east along the south line of the Emmet addition 5.3 feet: thence south o degrees z1 mit.utes west along the west line of the Excelsior addition 310.1 feet; thence north 82 degrees 44 minutes east along the south line of the Excelsior addition 223.9 feet to the east line of said Section 14; thence south o degrees so minutes east along the east line of said Section 14 508.2 feet to the south east corner of the northeast quarter of said Section 14; thence west along the south line of said northeast quarter of said Section 14 to the southwest corner; thence north along the west line of the northeast quarter of said Section s4 to the northwest corner; thence east along the north line of said Section 14 1s,31 feet to the west line of the Empire addition, the place of beginning. The above-mentioned territory to be known as Precinct Number One (I), and the polling place for said precinct will be in the rear of the Big Butte grocery store at 11ro2 West Park street, within the limits of said territory. Also, that certain portion of the south east qtuarter of Section 14, Township 3 north, of Range 8 west of the principal meridian of Montanla, bounded and de scribed as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of said Section q4; thence south o degrees to minutes east 72.6 feet to the north line of the Saturn addition: thence west along the north line of the Saturn addition 27o.1 feet; thence south za1 feet: ther:e south 87 degrees o minutes west aloe d the north line of the Neptune addition 59.4 feet; thentce south 9 degrees cast along the west line of the Neptune addition 60r.4 feet; thence north 82 degrees o5 minutes east along the south line of the Neptune addition 236.2 feet, to the east line of said Section 14; thence south along the east line of said Section 14 to the south east corner of said Section 14; thence west along the south line of said Section 14 to the southwest corner of the south east quarter of said Section 14; thence north along the west line of the south east quarter of said Section 14 to the northwest corner of the southeast quarter of said Section 14; thence cast along the north line of the southeast quarter of said Section 14 to the northeast corner of the southeast quarter of said Section »I- to the place of beginnin:g. The above- entioned territory to be known as Precinct Number Two (2), and the polling place bor said precinct will be in the rear of 1207 West Silver street, within the limits of said territory. Also, beginning at the southwest corner of the northeast quarter of Section 18, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, prin cipal meridian of Montana: thence north erly along the west line of the northeast quarter of said Section 18 I,odo feet, more or less, to the south line of Broad way; thence easterly along the south line of Broadway and its extension 1,32o feet, more or less, to the cant line of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of said Section i8; thence southerly along the said east line of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of said Section i8 to the south line of the northeast quarter of said Section 08; thence west erly and along the said south line of the northeast quarter of said Section 8 1,320o feet, more or less, to the place of beginning. The above-mentioned territory to be known as Precinct Number Three (3), and the polling place for said precinct will be in the basement of Union hall on Talbot avenue, within the limits of said territory. The polls for said election will be open at 8 o'clock in the forenoon and continue open until 6 o'clock in the afternoon of said day. JOHN WESTON, County Clerk, s)lver Bow County, Mont. (First publication June 17, 1902o.) MINING APPLIACATION NO. 4539. \"nited States Land Office, Vsele,:a, Montana, June 2o, 1goz. Notice is hereby given that :ohn Con nell and Daniel J. Hlennessy, whose post office address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1,476 linear feet, being J5o feet east erly and 1,126 feet westerly from discov ery shaft of the Bryan Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted oil the 16th day of June, 1902, situated in Summit Valley, unorganized, Mining District, Sil ver Bow county, state of Montana, desig nated as Survey No. 6593, in Township 3 north, of Range 8 west, and being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner, which is also Corner No. 4 of Survey No. I234, and a point in the west end line of Sur vey No. 1642, a granite stone set inI the g ound, with a mound of calth alongside, and marked 1-6593 for Corner No. i, Ifrom which the corner of Sections I, a, ix and iz, Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 51 degrees 23 minutes "ast, 377 feet; and running thence north 1o degrees 15 minutes west, 18 feet; thence north 89 de grees 41 minutes west, 1,476 feet; thence south io degrees i5 minutes cast, 1ii feet; thence north 83 de,Yrecs 37 minutes cast, 1,454 feet to the place of beginning, con taining an area of 3..i8 acres claimed by the above-named applicants. The location of this claim is of record in the recorder's office of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "R," on Page p17 of Lode locations. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. ig6z, Tully lode, Lot 505, on the north; Survey No. 1642, Sooner lode, Lot 426, on the east; Survey No. 1234, Mill Side lode, Lot 345 on the south, and Survey No,' 511s, Minnie lode, on the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for applicants. (First publicatiol June as, 90o.). t FIRE WORKS m. All klqds of Pire Crackers, Tea, Rise, Silk and Fancy Goods. Mail orders promptly filled. Wah Chonl Tal Co., I5 W. Meroury Box 1o48, Butte, Mont. J. D.M'BEIQOR VETERINARY SURGEON. Honorary graduate of the Ontario Veter. Inary collee. Toronto, Canada. Treats diseases of domesticated animals scord to scientific principles. Oice at Marlow stables, o4 South Main street. Telephon g93. All cases promptly attended to. o Butte. Mont. Capital...... $8oo,ooo.oo O Under state supervision. Five per o sent interest, payable quarterly, paid on deposits. o Money to Loan on o $ Real Estate o P. AUG. HEINZE......Presllent 0 o A. B. CLEMENTS........Cashier 8 oooooooooooo0000000000000000000oooooooo s STATE SAVINiSBANK o John A. Crelghton.......President 3 G. W. Stapleton.... Vice President a T. M. Iodg~ns.............Cashier o J. O. Hodgens.... Assistant Cashier o . B. Nuckolls...Assistant Cashier 0 -- o Under state supervision and 0 Jurisdiction. Interest paid on de O posits. o Sells exchange available in all the principal cities of the United 3 0 States and Europe. Collections 0 promptly attended to. 0 Transact general bankinl business. Dis ectors: J. A. Creighton Qma.o S ha; G. W. Stapleton A. H. Bl'ret, S E. D. Levitt, S. V. Kemper, T. M. 0 Ho igens, J. O. Hodgens. o Corner Main and Park Sts., Eatte. 00000000000000000000000000 OOOOOOOOooooooooo00000000000oooooo The First National Bank 8 3 Of Butte. 0 (Established 1879.) 0 Capital ....... $20,01L00 0 GENERAL BANKING 0 0 0 0 Drafts drawn on all principal cities 0 0 of the World and Letters of Credit 0 0 issued. 0 0 0 ANDREW\ J. DAVIS.... President O 0 TAMES A. TALBOTT..Vice Pres. 0 0 E. B. WEIRICK..........Cashier q 0 J. S. DUTTON..Assistant Cashier 3 00000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000 0 W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. O 8 W. A. CLARK & BRO. 3 BANKERS 0 0 o Transact General Banking Business 0 0 Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver $. 0 bullion and local securities. o Boxes for rent in safe deposit r o vault. 0 0 Sell exchange available in all of the principal cities of the United 0 2 States and Europe. 0 Special attention given to collec. o 0 tions. 0 0 ALEX J. JOHNSTON, 0 a Cashier. 0 o 0 0000000000000000000000000 00000000000000000000000000 o o o DALY BANKAND TRUST COMPANY a 0 o OF BUTTE 0 3 tstablished 1882 Incorporated 1901 O Capital...$100OO00.OO 0 o 0 g General o SBanking Business o o 0 0 JOHN D. RYAN........ President o 0 JOHN R. TOOLE..Vice President 0 0 C. C. SWINBORNE......Cashier 0 R. A. KUNKEL.....Asn't Cashier o 0 o 00000000000000000000000000 NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated CUTTE SCHEDULA Arrive Dopnr I North Coast Ltd. EASTBIOUND. 12.4 am. 120, Sleeper on this train ready for occu pancy at 9 p. mn.... North Coast Ltd. 7,lOp.ie. 7.20 p Im WESTIOUND. No. 14 to all noints East. *Connection with branch line trains at Whitehall and Sapington for ...02 9 1 Lony and Altder...... No. 13 from all points East. 'Con. nection at White. hall and sapping, 110j p. ton from YtCly anld " " Alder........... Garrison Local to and fron all point 2.10 p. 9.55 a. West........... 'All trains daily except on Pony and Alder branches, which are daily ox. cent Sunday. Office Cor. Park and lflan St., Butte W. i. iMERRIMAN, aoneral Agent.