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THE INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT
WORK TOGETHER IN PERFECT HARMONY CITY ENGINEER MACDONALD ONLY ASKS PAY FOR THE TIME HE WORKS INSTEAD OF SALARY. 'MAYORf STEPHENS GIVES NAME OF NEW PATROLMAN Alderman Carriher Expressed the Bqlief That Grocery Wagons Should Not Be Permitted to Move Trunks Unless They Take Out a License-Chief of Police Taylor Is Highly Complimented. [SPECIA. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, July 8.-Contention, bickering and strife, elements which enter largely into the makeup of a cloth masticating bout, no longer chtracterize the proceed ings of the city council of this city. This fact was demonstrated during the meeting last night. The mayor and aldermen who have been at loggerheads on general prin ciples worked together in perfect harmony. their actions blending in every detail and sliding along like the proverbial streak of greased lightning. Mayor Stephens named Joseph Arm strong for the position of patrolman, and all the aldermen with the exception of Messrs. Lawler and II. F. Collins voted in favor of the selection. The bill of Policeman Powers for pay for the time he was supended was referred to the finance committee which will investi gate it and report at the next me ting of the council. Alderman II. F. Lollins asked for the repeal of the ordinance making the salary of the city engineer $S..5 per month, and in all likelihood the request will be granted. It is the intention to place the office where it was before the ordinance was passed pay the engineer for the actual time he works. The present city engineer has taken a professorship in the school of mines in Butte, but he will have ots of spare time to attend to the business of the engineer in Aniaconda and will spend his leisure hours looking after the interests ot this city. Alderman Steurnagel wanted the sam tary policeman fired because there wa, nothing for him to do, but the mayor told hint the work of the sanitary department of the city would ne finished and he would then dispense with the officer's services. Nuisances Referred To. Allerman Carriher expressed the beliet that grocery w;:gols should not usurp the place of express teams by carrying trunks from one place to another unless the groceryman took out a tdrayman's license, and Alderman Haltenhoff thought it about time to call a halt on the bill-posting ans sign-tacking nuisance. He also took a fall out of that class of teamsters who drive their vehicles over sidewalks. At tills point in the proceedings Mayor Stephens complimented Chief of Police Taylor for his excellent work in behalf of the city, saying among other nice things that he was deserving of great credit for the efficient manner in which he was con ducting the affairs of the department. Alderman Steurnagle moved for the dis continuance of the arc light at i..e corner of l.ocust and Commercial streets. The matter was referred to the light conmmittee. A committee was appointed to investigate the business of the Coe Commission com pany with a view of ascertaining if the company can be compelled to pay an addi tional license f3r operating a stock broker age office in the city. E. II. MacDonald informed the council that lie had been given a professorship in the Ilutte school of mines, and asked for the repeal of the ordinance governing the position of city engineer, which position lie is holding. He said he desired to retain that place also and wou,. accept pay only for the time he worked. Chief of Police Taylor reported 30o ar rests during June. ---------c At the Montana. [SPI'CIAI. TO INTim MOIUNTAIN.1 Anaconda, July 8.-The following are registered at the Montana: A. C. Patter son, Butte; Max Codden, Butte; A. H. Landsherger, San Francisco; Ben Martin, Springfield, Mo.; O. D. Banks, New York; ,W. \W'. Cole, St. Joseph : O. T. Ricteithalle, San IFrancisco: L. S. Wild, Butte; George Lee, Ilutte; Oliver Whaley, Helena; R. H. G;odldard, IHelena; G. Mish, New York; E. R. Otterson, city; F. M. Sullivan, Ilutte* II. K. \Vesh, New York; J, Harper, Butte; J. A. Crumnps, St. Paul; P. J. McDonald, Rosl.nld, B. C. L. V. Verberckmoes .L.ceading Optician and Wathmakcr... Eyes cxamnined. $I to ap. ply on glasses if ordered within five days. Fine aid complicated watch repairing. All glasses and capital and work guaran:eed. TI- genuine oil. All kind of eye-water and artificial eyes. I16 E, Park Ave., Anaconda, Montaan 000000000o0oo0000000oooo00 0 0 Company of Anaconda O o Anaconda, Montana. o O General banking in all branches. o O Sell exchanges on New York, Chi- o 0 cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. 0 O cisco, Etc., and draw direct on the o o principal cities of England, France, 0 h Ireland, Germany and the Orient, 0 o Deposits of $z.oo and upward re- o 0 ccived. 0 , Correspondents o 0 National City bank, New York; o 0 First National benk, Chicago; First 0 National bank, St. Paul; Omaha 0 National bank, Omaha; Bank of o California, San Francisco. o John R. Toole:, President; M. B. o S Greenwood, Vie President; Louis o V. Bennett, Ceshier; F. C. Nor. 0 beck, Assistar.t Cashier. o j0000000o00000000000000000 WORKMAN KILLED AT SMELTER Frank P'ancic, an Austrian, Has Life Crushed Out Between Two Loaded Cars on the Slum Floor of Concentrator Building. * [(PECIAT. TO INTER MOtUNTA!N.] Anaconda, July 8.-Frank Pancic, an Austrian, residing in the rear of 71o East Fourth street, was killed at the new works at 3 o'clock this morning by having his head caught between two full ore cars pulled by one of the compressed air engines. Pancic was between 35 and 40o years of age and leaves a widow and two children in the old country. His step father lives in Great Falls, where Pancic worked prior to coining here about a year ago. Pancic was employed in the outside gang, but was working last night in company with several others, on the stum floor of the concentrator building loading cars. The loading of the fifth car had been completed and William Manida, the boss of the gang, directed Sancic to precede the engine out of the place, thinking that the train would not start immediately. However, at the time Pancic started, the engine started and as there was but little room at the side the M'LAUGHLIN ACQUITTED OF THE CRIME CHARGED Telegraph Company Could Not Satisfy the Jury That He Was Guilty. rSI'E:cIAI. TO INTEti MOaUNTAIN.] Anaconda, July 8.-It took a jury in Justice Kennedy's court about io minutes, after hearing all the evidence, to find that Thomnas Mclaughlin was not guilty of tapping the wires of the Western Union on June 28 as testified to by Special ()fllicer Goddard, who arrested Mc Laughlin near Stuart on the day -it was alleged he tapped the wires in order to beat the poolrooms by securing infor mation in advance of the results of the Eastern races. The telegraph company introduced con silerable testimony to try and show that its wires were interfered with about the time that Mlclauohlin was arrested, but this was contradicted by operators in the Butte poolroonms. McLaughlin easily explained his heing ill the neighborhood at the time he was arrested and he was supported by Pat rick Meancy, who was with hinm just hbefore the arrest. The jury was unanimous in reaching a verdict. The case attracted more than ordinary attention as Mcl.aughlin was well known having been at one time receiver for the Nipper mines. WILL SUE FOR, DAMAGES Thomas McLaughlin Feels That He Has Been Injured in Character. [SPECiAl. To INTER MiI'NTA-N 1 Anaconda, July 8.-Suit for $0,ooo damlages will be filed here today against the Western Union Telegraph company by Thomas Mcl.aughlin, who was arrested by one of the company's agents on a charge of "tapping" their wires to de fraud the poolrooms. McLaughlin was tried on the charge yesterday and acquitted by a jury in Judge Kennedy's court. The evidence against him was introduced by Special Officer Goddard, who m.de the arrest and was very weak. The suit for datmages will follow im mediately. COINCERT AND MUSICALE Lovers of Music Entertained by Mr. Ridgely Peckover and Others. [SIECIAL. TO ISNTE MOIrNTAIN.] Anaconda, July 8.-Music lovers of this city were given a rare treat last night, the occasion heing the concert and mu sicale given Mr. Ridgely Peckover, .for imerly of Anaconda, but now a rising mu sician in New York. The musicale was given as a compliment to Mr. Peckover at the Montana and he himself appeared a number of times on the program. His voice, which is a baritone, is of wonderful range and sweet ness and lie was forced to respond to lma.ny encores every time lie appeared. Mr. Peckover was assisted by George Greenwood on the piano, Mr. Norbeck on the 'cello and Miss Thomas, who was heard in charming songs. CITY HEALTH IS '000D There is a Remarkable Scarcity of Con tagious and Infectious Diseases. rS'lE':cIALu TYO IN.ER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, July 8.-According to the physicians of Anaconda the recent spell of disagreeable weather has not resulted in as much sickness as as would naturally be ex pected. The recent scourge of scarlet fever which for a time threatcned to spread throughout the city, has been pretty effec tually stamped out, and at the present time the city is remarkably free from any dan gerous contagious or infectious diseases. FRANK GORDON ARRESTED Charged With Having Beaten His Wife and Young Son. sI'iEtI.sI. TO INTIS atOt STAIN.] Anaconda, July 8.--Ex-l'oliceman Frank Gordon was arrested last night on com plaint of his son, who charged his father with having beaten Mrs. (;Gordon and the boy himself and driving Mrs. Gordon from the house into the street. Gordon gave bonds for his appearance in Justice Quane's court next Monday. lie was formerly a loliceman utnder the present administration, and w.Vbut recent ly discharged when the council and mayor made a turnover in that department. Is a Bad Actor. sEr.CIAL. TO INTEII MOUNTAIN,] Anaconda, July 8.-John Harrington was arrested last night by Oflicer Fitzpatrick on a charge of disturbing the peace. liar rington was confined in the etiv jail and will appear as a ttar pertcorer at the city hall matinee today. unfortunate man thought to step on the footboard between two of the cars. Head Is Crushed. In some manner his head was caught between the ends of the cars and his life crushed out. He never recovered consci ousness and expired almost immediately. His left arm was also crushed and severe bruises on his right aims and left leg show also where he was caught. Inquest to Be Held. Coroner Joseph Hughes was notified at once and the body was taken to Tut tie's undertaking rooms where an in quest will be held at 4 o'clock this after noon. Pancic was a well known and popu lar man anmong the Austrians of this city and the fatal accident is much deplored by his friends to whom the unwelcome duty of breaking the news to his fanily in the old country will fall. Pancic's stepfather in Great Falls was notified of his death this morning and will arrive in the city tonight. The funer al arrangements hevc not yet been made. ANACONDA BRIEFS. 'Phone :t tAMartln Drug Co. * A. D. T. messengers-prompt, reliabit. Ben Martin of Springfield, Mo., is stay ing at the Montana. P. J. McDonald of Rossland, B. C., is registered at the Montana. George .Lee and A. C. Patterson of Butte were Anaconda visitors yesterday. Miss laund Nissler of Butte visited yes terday at the Elhrct home in this city. Manager I.. S. \Vili of the Butte West ern Union ollice was in the city yesterday. Miss I.ouise Ehrct went to Butte last night to remain several days as the guest of the Misses Nissler. "Come and fly with us" to the F. 0. E. picnic at Mountain View park, Sunday, July a3. Round trip, 8oc. Frank M. Sullivan, publisher of the Montana Catholic, was down from Butte on business yesterday. Daniel Geary of IIchlsville, Powell county, is in the city visiting his brother. T'homas Geary, janitor at the courthouse. Mrs A. I). Peck and son DeW\Vitt, Georgia Swun of Deer l.odge, and Miss Mattie Peck, who is visiting fromt New York, drove up front Deer l.odge yester, day to spend the day with J. W. Swun and family at 517 Cherry street. THE PRODUCTION OF RICE. Effect of Solving the Irrigation Problem in Texas and Louisiana. The census bureau has issued a report on the rice industry, including cleaning and polishing, showing a capital of $2,601,352 invested in tile 80 establishmlents report ing for the industry in the United States. This suns represents the value of land, buildings, machinery, tools and imple ments, and the live capital utilized. The value of the products is returned at $8, 723,726, to produce which involved an out lay of $182,o33 for salaries of oflicials, clerks, etc., $265,585 for wages, $230,2o3 for miscellaneous expenses, including rent, taxes, etc.; and $7,575,522 for materials used, mill supplies, freight and fuel. Since 188'o the numnber of establishments increased 264 per cent, capital 363 per cent and value of product 178 per cent. The increase in the industry in I.ouisville and Texas is very marked, their production having advanced from 75,753,856 pounds in 189o to 179,919,293 pounds in 1900, an increase of 137.5 per cent. The statistics show that this industry is being transferred from the South Atlantic states to Louisiana and Texas. The 80 es tablishments cleaned 398,602,018 pounds of rough rice, valued at $7,184,208. From this were obtained 243,031,200 pounds of clean rice and 155,570,818 pounds of by-products. Included inl the quantity of rice milled are 39,414,459 pounds of foreign rice, received principally from China and Japan, and handled by mills on the Pacific coast, mn New York city and in New Orleans. The report says: "The large production of 18"o reduced tile net imports for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1900oo, to the very low figure of 75,380,764 potlnds, which was only 24 per cent of the con sumption. Besides furnishing 76 per cent of its total consumption in 1899 this coun try exported 12,047.009 pounds of clean .ice, or 5 per cent of the total pIroductlon. The solution of the irrigation probleml in Louisiana and Texas will enable the Unit ed States to a rapid increase in the annual rice production during the next decade, undisturbed by the large variation in the crops of the past tell years." The Joke-Producers. [ New York C'omnluercial.] James II. D)ill, the well-known corpora tion attorney, is driven every illorlliig to his office from the Barclay street ferry by an Irish hackman who is a tylical sion o the Emerald Isle and of his class. (n re ceiving his fee-generally a generous one -hle always tries to say something appro priate, but usually makes a "'lull' of it. One day Mr. I)ill said: "Mike, ishy is it you Irishmen always put your foot in it, and turn the joke on yourselves?" "Sure, ycr honor," was the reply, "there'd lie no jokes at all in Anmerica if it wasn't for the Irish." WANTEI)-C()MPI:ETENr (;IR. WhO can cook; good wages. Apply 60i9 locust street, Anacollda. . 'CURE [ Ota..tt $eruatorrtM.h osieastisD ionl 4Laonr vera. .....ss... iO. majuee la._. -Ih aIIIsuicsot h ullslsugelts, StEW 115. t'r seat ia plain wgj!lP.5? eU.r, pill [ TOOAY'S WALL STREET STOCKS [nY AssocLtrt.o rates.] New York, July 8.-A few of the Grangers showed wide and feverish move ments, but the grain market was dull and almost inert at the opening. Sugar and Colorado Fuel were under pressure, the latter falling 5. Dealings became very active in the Grangers and Pacifics when Northwestcrn rallied ',. St. Paul reachcd t78. Rock Island wipcd out a two point loss and advanced nearly as much in ad dition, Union Pacific rose over a point. Southern Pacific, Missouri Pacilic, Atchi son, Pennsylvania and New York Central gained fractions. New York Air Brake rose 6; and Pl'aific Mail a point. The buying decreased and prices fell hack a fraction before midday. Itonds were irregular. The reaction carried back Air Blrake RA; Rock Island 3,, and flocking Valley and Northwestern a point each. The re action was checked bd a renewed advance in New York Central and St. Paul, the former rising two points and the latter a;4. There wa.as also Increased demand for Southern Railway. New Jersey Cen tral rose 2Y. The market as a whole continued .spbtty and irregular. The market showed considerable ac tivity in spots but the list generally was sluggish and did not benefit much but the heavy demand for (thesapeake, Ohio and St. J'aul, which gained 17 8 and 3 points respectively. A disposition to real ize was manifest and was aggravated hy the weakness of the metal industries. Colorado Fuel dropped 43 8 below yes terday, pressed steel car i") and UI. S. Steel nearly a point. Smelting lost a point. Missouri Pacific reacted 13-.1 to nearly a point below last night. Covering hy room shorts steadied the market. The closing was dull and steady. New York Stocks. (Rleported by Coe ('ommission Co.) New York, July 8.-f pening and closing plic's today : Open. ('lose. .American Ice .............. 1i II Autalgam.led Copper ....... 65' 64.16 American Cotton Oil........ 531 ~I S Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. 8..4i 8.1! Bnltimore & Ohio............ oH' tM 'ng Brooklyn Rapid Transit...... 67.1.i 67; Canada Southern ............ qlli ) 1 Ctanadian Pacific ............ 35?s 1,35 i ('.. C., C. & St. l.ouits......tub ioS ,Chicago & Alton............ 38 38.' Colorado Southern .......... 3'0i 3' 3 (Colorado Fuel & Iron....... 94xs 91 ~ Chicago Great Western .... 3'. 30o Chicago, Ind. & Louisville... 76 76 Consolidated Gas ..........223!/ 2313 )celaware & IIudson......... 76 176 ,Eritc. . ... .. ............. 36 6 37 do. first preferred ........ 68 ,i 68") Iloeking Valley Railway..... 806 89 Illinois Central.. ........... 651't 1643 Iowa Central .............. 48.4 481i Kansas City Southern ....... 134' 31!, Louisville & Nashville ...... 14: Ij4 I.eather ........... ..... 1' 2 3- S dMaphattan t'onsolidttcd .... J,1.-' 23.2 M., St. '. & S. Ste. Marie.... S 5,0 S9 do. preferred ............25 124 Metropolitan Traction ......i 48)1 1473. Mexican Central ............ 29!. 29 Mexican National ........ i8f . 1s8.) Missouri, Kansas & Texas.. 27'. 27.'4 do preferred ............ 59 59 Missouri Pacific .......... I 10o i "45 New York Central ........155Y4 t56? Norfolk & Western ....... 57% 573. Northwestcrn .............55 "55 Ontario & Western ......... 3J)i 3..1. Pennsylvania Railway .....1531i 15.1! P'eople's (;as .............. i t. .. 01U1 Republic Iron & Steel ..... 7f 17'i Re:liing ................. 66")4 66 1. first preferred ........ 84;y 84 Rock slanld ............... 70 iHo?A Soulthern Railway ......... 37 37'% Soulther l'acili. .......... 65 65 ¼ St. Louis & San Francisco., 6 , 6fi, Smelter .................. 46 46)i Sugar Refinery ............. . 129 8. St. Paul ..............77 177', lTennessee Coal & Iron .... 64 63, Texas Pacific ............. 44 9 43.7/ Twin City R. T. Co....... 119', t,)? Un~ion Pacific ............1o(5) tu06 United States Rubber ..... 1471' 474 United States Steel ........ .38 .318; do preferred ............ .9 8 i;6 WV:hlaslh .................. 3u!6 30 dI preferred ............ 46'a 46 \V,.tern tOnion ........... )87i 87,t ,WiWaisiin Central ........ 27 26. lu preferrcd ............ 4. 4 49 Money, 2./ per cetit. Total sales, 578,000 shares. Salt Lake Stocks. (I n'lneret'l by ('oe ('olnmission ('clmpany.) Salt I.ake, July 8.--Noon call oi- stock en Inlannt: Aj:x (biidi ....................$ .3.'i MIer nir ( idl) ...... .......... . C'Ri ;a (bid) l .................. .... 7 ( e.tury. ..... ............... 33 (' liorniia .... ............ . . .4 I ily \ est .................... 51.9" .t eir i (bid l).. .. ...... ...... 7 . 7 lo,\ I· ' (biid ...... .......... .33 "i Ifa lcinic (bid) .............. .7 Lower 1:Maounith (bid ........ . Al7'lnnnn th (bid.) .............. 1.2.5 blay I)ay .....*.... .......... J O(ln tlaio (hid, 1 ...... ............ 7.5" '(etnr (skcel ) .................. 1o.5) "l'To. nl (bid) ...... ............ .10 IUtah; . ........................ .48 Unil Sain. .................. ....27 V icto, r (bid) ...... ............ .t, 'Yankee(' ...................... .16 OOE COMMISSION og r COMPANY 4i (IwOOp.ponraTD) Capital atnd Surpllu $00,OO(.00. Gen'l Offices Bank of Commcrce ifdg., Minneapolis, Minn. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROV'i310NS ir ,nght and sald for cash or on margins for future delivery. We own ;lul ouperate the ino.t extensive private wireu ystum in the jnilted States. We suarantee the execution of orders when limits are reached. Valuable bokt of atatisticts free on ap I. I tf!EN1CN ES: g6 Nat'l and State banks BUTTE OffICE, IIIRBOURBLD'O A. J. DARCH, Local Manager, The eopper e.ity PRE-INVENTORY SALE July 7 to 12th. B EGINNING TODAY, we will place on sale our entire stock of seasonable goods at prices to move them quickly. Every department will participate in this great clean-up sale to make room for next season's goods, thus maintaining the well known policy of this store to open each season with new, strictly up-to-date merchandise. You know what this sale means-you expect it every six months. This season's prices will be lower than ever, as our stocks are un usually heavy and we have but SIX DAYS BEFORE INVENTORY To Cut Them Down. # The Copper City Anaconda, Montana. xx^ x,, xxxxxxx-~ xxxex O xxxxxx -x . xx- x CORtN DEAL IN CHICAGO Those Who Are on Wrong Side of the Market Said to Be in Bad Way. [Il Ab.SioII ll) I'ls iS.,l ( hicago, III., July 8. Shorlits in July cori were squlleezed agail tolday anid the cornered delivery went.lll to go cents. the highelst plrice since i 89., whein Ithle iIIar I.et reached $I. July closed at 8.t yes Iterday, an advancilte of 7 ctl1s over the prvioius close. ()pening iilds tilay were fromiii 84 to KS cents. Stoutb were I.ie hidderrs and blly rniliiing the maiII lrket ip to qilli cIntll a little lbefre lHion thely gut a ipproxiiilmately .siiimo(i liurliels. It is e1sliniialted that in selling this iuch the manip;ililahltrs iof the market ialde a proltit if $iiii, as most of their litne, ct:,iimiate l at i, ,ll on bllush els. was p r ch;iedl lIiei il o i nut (l5. No exliot ilit was evident in the pit llithoigh all wire itirestltd iii lth probhle of whlure i the latls errie woudiih let thei price advanie toli before eaiilg their grip. T'he price is alreaily far lpat tlhe ilaxiNiiiiili at which I'hillipv ilhowed lthe ll hots to settle ini his first anld uiio t .niicc .,ssfiil deil. Scrlirts whon have coveredl have paid heavily for the privilege anid those whoii are still on thl wrong si d of thel imarket are generally blievie to le in theii ost serioius pred iinaent of al dlecadle. July corn closed at 87. Septicnliwr wheat opened at 7.3 )6i ., and after droppling to 731i('. 71!.i, rallied to 73.1 61 7311. Syrian Asphalt. rAnm.riaen Asphall Jouirnail.l Asphalt is to be found in the prlovince of Syria on the iainks of tlhe Ihead Sea, floaling on the sulllrface of its waters. Tliroulh the altion of earthiquak.Ies the asphalt has been turn from lthe bvlltl of the sea aindlrivnii tiowarld the shlres, pcially to Ihe Ieast. The narratives of the (Greek and Homnani lhistoriani to the eifect that aslphailt as siall islands was utplli by the salt water and irivenii over thl sr face of the sea are without dlolt true, T'hiis asplihalt, and generilly the (orienutal or lgytitinii, is pure ail expensiv, iand ul.el rincipajlly in the miiiiif iiure of a certain kind of varnish, but for iineral purposes, olwing to its lritliiess as well, is useless in the asphalt iiidustry. All Must Work in Harmony. I Seattle Post lit ll.i lcer.1 Thlie soci alists, who are puttllig canili dlites in the ield on a platformi staltinig that "labor produces all walth," shouiil go hark to Ae:.,p ain real his faile of "Thle Blly aind the I ther Menlbers," In all the ren turies since, there lihast never bii a state tlienlt as ,ioieise aiil as true abtlilt the re lations thait itlst sttlsist between the idif ferilit factours eingaged in the prliitution of wealth. Setting Him RigIt. I (l icagu New . I lntu iund (iixt miiurniiiu I vi .h I had inver leartned toi play poker! Wife (sympathetically) You doubtless :1e11li you wish you had learned to play ploker, don't you, dear i .NORTH COAST LIMITED J. Y /~.. Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated LUTTB SCIIEiDULL Arrive Depart North Coast td. 1 7 20 pm wcstuous. , m ,0 North Coast Ltd. EASTiBOUND. 3 50 aN 400 am Sleeper on this train opein for re ception of passen gers at :.30 h. ll. Nio. 13 l'eoa all I55 am .... pointsijit cast .... No. I. - To all oils east .......... 8 40 pu No. 5 F'rm.i, N. P. local points vwest of Itillings, and all I. anid i,. R. poitts, anid to all l 05pm II pl points west .... l 15 pal No. 6--Fromi all points west and to N. , lpoints to hhillihgs aitd onts .......... 12 40 am, 12 E0 alll Plass.,trurs for Norris and Poony ail Alder liraiciies leave ]uhte on No. 1i, conncctitng at Whitehall and Sappingtou for branch' line points. Passengers from ihese points connect at Sappington and Whitehlall, arriving at Butte on No. 5. W. II. MERRIMAIN, General Agent, Corner Park and Main streets. B.A. vr P. M. CQO. TIME TA0BLE. Trains Leave B. A.t P. Depot, Butte for Anaconda, as follows: I a. Ut., so a. m., I..u p. in., I :1i p. M., til:p p. ti. Trains Leave Union Passenger Sta tion Anaconda,for luittc, as follows: 8:30 a. m., W:3o a, n,, 3 p. i., ; p. inm. 'onnectinls, will be made with all North:era Pacific trains, both l asai aind Wclstbou.d, at Durant, ilntesad of Stiairl. Trains Leave Anaconda 'I coillnne t at Silver louw with OregoN Shrt I.ine at 3:,,o p. sn. 'Traitas Icave Anuconda :J3 n. mn., 7:15 p. M. to coiinnect with U iat urtulern ;silsw.ay at IJuttr. I'lketr s for sile foir all points, local and Ihroughl , inl lthe (;frac l Nurtlle.t I(llilwluy, Ore. ggrn Shirt lin I lailruad amd Northiers Pacifi, It:Ilwivty i Itheiir ru nlecrvins. Stam:ln hip Iuketr I.r talc to at:ll ptiitl I Illltrope via It e bouve hIes. II Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS r.d Itl .tastrn Poln:I Short Line to Colorado, Arizaoa and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocein or rail.) Portlaud And all Pacific Coast Points. Depart.. 2:,s5 i. int. I :5 a. m.. Arrive I)rl'art . 4 :50 p. Inl, 4 :4o p. mt..Arrive Ticket Oftlice,105 N. Main street Butte, Montana. H. O. WILMON. General Agt. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P. R. R. Co In mprlnving what was originally the litebt track IIn the West. RisU.LT, A c .,arntively drr:iglht and level roaldbrld I; ills;,.e'd wth dustles, Slher. isan gltfu e, itrild irnig pN , ibil the hisghelsat rte. of speed, toigethc r with the gre;atnIt Itdegree of safety. 'Thi nagl ltude of ( le work ts ll.ls be sceu o be apipreciated. WIiATl DIOE)S IT MBEAN? Solid comfort, secsurity and plclsure to our p)aluruns. AREl YO,'l I ING EAST? If so, you can;lnot aftlrd to gio via anlyi osther than this ROYAL IllGIIWAY. Further infornation on application personally or by titter to ht. l. WILS.N, U. S. L. Iutte, Mloutana. THE TRAIN . OF 1902 Is the new "Groat Western Limited," the most sumrrptu ously equipped train run ningl every night between St. Paul end Minneapolis. and Chicago and Kansas Cilt vias... Chicago Great Western Railway J. P. ELMER, Oeroaral Passenger Agent, CHICAGO, ILL.