Newspaper Page Text
RICH EXHIBITS AT THE GARDENS Ores Pyramided in Pavillion Are Valued at Nct Less Than $100,000-Notable Collec tions and the Exhibitors. There is no state in the union that can tonipare with Montana in mineral re sources. 'I'his fact Ibecomes imllpresscd upon the mind of anyone who views the exhibit at Columbia (Gardens. A fair and conservative estimate of the value of the ores and specimens on cxhibi tion is $100,000. One collection alone is valued at $zo,oio, and takes up a compar atively small space. In the center of the large pavilion there are five pyramids containing crude ores and bars of relined copper. ()n the side of these are the glass Cases containing private collections. 'I ol first of these is owned by A. G. I'ohndlor. of Butte, and is worth not less thaniii $5.,,. As a curious collectilon of nijirals amnd gerus it would prolally sell for iiore than the sum lanllld. Next to the l'ohndorf collection is a case of the l;ostoln ,i .Montana Mining comllpalnyl, :o feet in length. contaitinlg coppelr curios and many pretty and valn aile specinmens of ore iand pare copper front that company's great mines an, smelters. 'hI len comes a smaller case full of heautiful copper spe,'ial(nts from tile Lake Superior country, the propertY of I)r. A. W. Noble of tills city. The specilmns consist of native copper, andti besides being extremely lir( tty are as valinlable as cut ils. W. F. Colhanii has a tinle display of crys tals anuld valuahile glhi peiments and wire silver and some pretty coppel'r spelter. Display of the Clark Properties. Thirty feet of glass case is taken tip by the display of tilte Ilark lpro rlrtl s ill hlutle. Above the case arc tlhe words, "\. A. C'lark Propert les" and the 17 itaeIs are cut in a phnnk and then fdile, with small piece's of ore Irron dilferent (nines belong ing to tile se ator iii Silver It ew i clluiilv. 'Thlie ease contains larg-e aili -(tll nplls of copper gluibe, silver and gltu i rt s, bottled concenltrates and uther material, show ing the' changes i.aile in it.,ol'rnl smelting. Hlre are also somte ibautiful efftcts inl ra;w copper, Iiesidls soteClI ore from the far lailed [uited \de md lines1 ill Arizona. \Wyoming has by far tlhe larg, -t anId best display o anlly outside state, and the. cx hibit contains bottles of crude petroleum and lubricatinl oile, cllluks of silicate of alutlilltnlu, asphalt, aIad manlly speCiminlls of gold, sliver, COllpper a;nI Iihal ld or. '[lie exhibit is in charge of A. G. Richaids of Laratilte, and he never grows tired il te.ll ing the story of .\)'yollllg's wounderfull utn developed mlilleral resoturces. A Fortune in One Small Case. ..tanhng alone'in the center ol the minll eral exhibit is a small glass case which contaills not less than $jo,000 worth of goilid specilmens and gold dust and Iinuggets, the property of mallny dllfcrcnt rsonill, theilt' mnost valuallle o, them being the well known McCormick co.iectionl, which has been the chief miniiieral ittractnll at sev eral world's fairs, both Ill this counltry a;nd Europe. In tile samie case is tludl slimall speci uiens of lignite coal, the property of Joseph Merchant of Astoria, \\Wash. gold and silver splecillens of the Juregin King idining company; copper, silver atnd goui ores, the prolperty of ... Milan ol Butt,:; a large gold qu;artz nugget, belonging to the estate of J. A. Faremi of Butte; all . what is clailmed to be the rarest and imo st valu able collection of corundum specimens inl the world, the property of (). P. Chishlolit of ltozenan. There is also a small ex hihit of corundum by tile jozem;ia Corun dtun colnpany and tile Montana Corundumli comlpany of Salesvule, Montana. ithe libby Mining company of Flathead county have several chunks of ore showing free golu on all sides and X. Renois of Dillon has a small specimen of vanadan Ite. Dillon is also represented in this case with a rare piece of graphite. The state of Sonora, Mexico, exhilbits a small piece of native copper and a speci mlten of mnalybdenite. French Gulch Nuggets. ,,. R. Allen of Anaconda exhibits sev eral hundred dollars' worth of gold nulg gi I taken from his placer mine ill French Gulch. IR. ,.. .Lyd of lHelena has a small piece of pure telurium and selenium, valuable only as specimens, and Thomas Greenwood, also of IHelena, exhibits a specimen of niwi denite and two bottles of gold quartz showing large quanitities of pure goul on all sides. Silver Bow county, of course, has by far the largest display of minerals ill the state. The Analgamuated Copper company's ex hibit takes iup one pyramniit alone and shows everything cortained ill the great mines and smiieltecrs of that comlipany. Chunks of copper glance ore weighingi Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds We tolicit your trade..$.i.A Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butte. fully 4o( poundls are in the display as well as several large hars of refined copper and copper matte. The ctuttal value of the dis play is great, but its value as an exhibit is still greater. The Iloston & Montana and the W. A. ('lark exhibits, already mcntio.ned, must also be accredited to S.ver Bow county. The Il.tlld ('Copper company make a inte exilhit of coppelr gMlance and other ores and colipper malltte. Madison County Exhibit. Next to Silver Ihow colnty, )oth in point of excellenrc' alnd value, comles Mald isn acolmuty. The exhiblit was in charge of I. II. Linderman of Sheridan, and it is not ronly credital le to him personally. n aIcciollllt of its correct tlassificaticon, but a truly wa,,lherful sIhowiog. A list of the exhibit of these mines and iprslpeCts is as follows : 1;hl and silver samplels from the l.ake mine, named by Miller & l.indfors, ol Mill creek, nier Hherida,. from a i4-inich lpay streak; valule. $(1, per toll. lIruldlgalge 1mine, sallle place, owned by the I'llitg estate; yalh ., $.to. Ih arri, mine, in HIarris gulch, near Sher idhm, owned by II, 1). Rssiter, ore frm all H inch vein; vallc. $IHo. Tlw lllnggelts. valu ld ,t $ 1.1o, fIm l tilhec \\'isciul',h llhl'lcer, near Slheridan, owneditl by II. I). Hoc s+ itcr & (',. Klunshke, mine, on \Visetn.inl creek, Ielar Sheridan, the proi erty of the Itiler & "I himcison estate, from a 5 (oit vein: No,hlc Mllinllg ; l .ll illing. cm anl y, sln il snldl pay streak; value. $;o. In.,a I:., ,wn..d hy Ilr. I. I. IF.lwchr: vein l frol two to foulr f ct ll .wid th: %alr . $.1o. Ulhh,,n mine, owned by 1.ihhertnain & Milhler: -inchl pay sneak; va!tt , $ o,, klcymty., owned i l h y I I. III. ily , itr. , ; Irun11 a small pay streak : .- lr . $1S I. Irsickfordi. owneid h.y .Smilh & \VhIcrrv: s.ic cak, $u .. Iitisnarch a1nd Nv1 1t os 11 l idaltd Mic ilny ir pak Irllly; lII' cI illn shaft il'. fI tr d p., vdui e f I orts, tr nt $1o to $e1. per . 110 at tho,;, c; l'ux, display of clper liare fromll h el , (latn Ilt wicdth, avcsrlle u a p-r ci tt ci pp-e r. lt tlIi of shalt, _s, fret. Part of the vc il carries .: per . nlt copper mile. Iroquois ,b Mining ccmlpany, free l.il' ig " ,l , es: v.lue, $$3.. il;irvicw mine, t wuy tl hi y l li .itef r tiic (1.nll; ore from to inch veiln; valthe r. -. lon l free mine ow Tr by tuflc.rt lh-sll, l : ile Ir lill t .e \;I . l. c' per centi ,tll1; high l grad I t'.1 il,,hl tand siclver cIIlre. Jackpot mine, N wnlsl llly I:est iln c& Bl in g : 3 " per cen t h n , a n d $ 12 in .,l. Irish W orhl m ine, o.tun by J. I;reise, value. $.7. (ohlen W\Vidlc muin. the property of the Flling estale and Ilaynes & Ilynd,,tan; pay streak from to to a.* inches wide, aver age value, $tnH, and loge quantii., u" low grade ore. .M1anm ,lth mine. owned by Fngstrur ,, Davis, silver aml gald f=nm Iar',e vein; value, $32. lIird's lye View. Mina C. and Sunset mines, owned by "'hom ,'sn | estate and Fuller: several specimnws of good ore. 'arbnate of lime specimen, the prop crty of N. J. Traufler. All of the properties mo.ed ar. situ ated near the town if Sheridan, Madison Many splendid specimens are also ton exhibition from the \Vat.eka properties, :,ituated in Rochester, in the same cuunty. All of the Madison comity ores will re main at Columbia (;+,rhcuns. From Granite County. Granite county is represeolte I by a gold huttoti, worth $1.15. extracted fromn one half a toll of ore ta;ken flrot the Montana (;Gold Mlniing complany's properties. situt ated near Royal, in that cotunty. 'iThe sanle company alto lxhibits a retort valued at $1,ooo. The comrllpanly owns five claimis near the Royal Gold compatny's grotutl, andl the vcill they are now wnorr ing is about three feet in width. The ore is free milling, or nearly so, and the richest of it is shiped to the smelter. Frotm the camp of Garnet, Giranite cottIunty, comles sonie ore froml the Mtlusig lrod properties, which is equal to any ex hiblited at the Gardens, andl shows free native gold in large quanitties. I'hilipslnturg makes but one displaiy, although one of the greatest silver tining camps in the world. James Patten, who owlns the lPoorntan groulp of mIitics, sends forward an exhibit. From the I'oormnan mine the first ore ever shipped from Mon tana was sent to Swansea, \Vales, for treatment. It was taken to Corinne, Utah, by ox team, and was valued at $8oo per toun. tMuch ore was later on slIipped to Swansea for treatment, but to the Poor nian belongs the honor of the first. It is a great minite, even at the present price of silver. Out of Powell County. Powell county is represented principally by sapphllires from Dry Cottonwood and some ores from different districts. One chunk of ore weighing joo pounds, from the Zozel minining district, is especially no ticeable. Outside the pavillion are several tons of ore too large to take inside. Immnense boulders, belonging to the Bis marck and Nugget Gulch company, near Sheridan, are piled up on a wooden pedes tal, to remain there permanently. All the ore, except a few pieces of the richest specimelis, will remain at Columbia Gar dens as a permanent exhibit, and it may be shipped to the World's fair at St. Louis, although it is doubtful if the ex hibit will not be of more benefit right where it is. Arrah, Thim Boors Are Comln'. Limerick, Sept. 5.--..e corporation of Limerick has resolved to offer the free dom of the city to Generals Botha, Dewet and Delarey. EVERYBODY HAS A FORTUNE IN SIGHT THEY HAVE STRUCK OIL IN EVANS TON AND MILLIONAIRES ARE MET ON EVERY STREET. Maj. F. M. Foote of Evanston, WVyo., who is a delegate from his statg to the Mining Congress, is boring an oil well for C'alifornia. capitaiists a few miles from Evanston. "Tl'he Evanston district promises to be very productive of oil in the near future," says Mr. Foote, "and as a result of the belief that the real article is there, the town of Evanston is enjoying a boom. Oil has been struck in the well I am sinking andu it is of good quality, being an illuminant with a parafine base. The well is now H8tj feet dccp and the flow is from 60 to too barrels per day. It is be ing sunk dieeper, as It is believed that a larger lake will lie struck below. "Albout .o wells are being drilled in the district, hIut with the exception of the one I anm sinking and one owned by the Union Pacific Railroad company. none of themn are yet very deep. The Union Pacific. well is i.i8.t feet dleep. Whetn I left there last week the operators of some of the wells were eaxplctlug to strike a flow at ;i most any time. I wou.tl int hc a bit sur pristd to find several wells flowing when I rt tutrt, tine company, icoiposedl of Calilfornia miten, is capitalized at $1noon, Oito, ait the Iiten ill it are wealth:, their ctlbintd Ipossessions hlvilig a tutal value of $.l5.000,0,i, o. Of this vast simi $.oiu.o ,. ,uo cainc from the oil Iroducts of ('all furnia. "For years it has been known that the di.tritt in which IEvan;ston is situated conetailned il, as i , si'pa"ge was there tol show it. but it was (ontly a; few years ago that capital l.ecaim i, ltesttud in aill ctirt ti reach the lake. Ilefre the tniioll Ia clhic rial was bhiit. t'ntterprisito team st.s. ski eidll(. 'the scepl;g frTiomi thi, water of sprinr ;., platc I it i bsi .rels a ld haul. ', it to Salt Lake, a di- (slc,' of more than loo mlile is. MADISON C!U.NTY MINES IN FOR GC0D LONG RUN Eugene R;ni, of the Uismarck and Nzh-) get Gulch, Says TI~cre Is Nothing but Ore in Sicrhit Up There. I'ng 1i ii 4un i gI.t . g .i Itl imanager of th' pr'op,, ty oft tih h;.,oit'k and .'N u dI I.Iuhh .\llin: cnI. ,, it, ]ii atIi I alout three mile, . ri, .h.e. i i.. i :oli.ii n ctty . ill il i the city, ha .i i i ho' over froi i the 'tn'lll " .of ,i tlai.. to -t i' -t1i y to s . ,ii ' de+ l , t?;" to th ' mally lls,:..:, t" l'ogl'tr s. \1 . Iting lsay, tl (- compi;l ny will !b. '.';mI y Iti s. t iluts 1 l i ll ;1 . mi1 ( . i t r i,. ab t tII hr,& w t !. :t11 its ors eswun h in sight for a l,·a: 1.;.,. T'lh(. m ill will "1. lh.r ,, th ns. T', I , ill is not flf thl.* A, to t ltim ni,, theC olwnpanV has -v. erast la n . on,, ano n ot "f which is ( 'ift" ou t lt t I *" 'i. It is t!;, illt.'lt.oll t ;ut i :llit.til' toi :iur v.1 1 aI t e m ill ;,,o, ',ulolt " a ,.,l.lrt d. GOOD GOLD TAKEN FROM " MINES CLOSE TO BUTTE John Lec!ie Has Comforting Exhibit in Columbia Gardens-Herbert Farlin Shows Some Fine Ore. Jahn Ic.li.e, o h owns the Superior ;, sit1 ,thetr g ,l pr -oducing claimsi , in ILeslie calryun, four mIi!es soutlieast of Butt( t has con exhibition at nColumbia gardens . albout too p Ii ,ndsf of r.e from the Superior I I''he propli.' ty romi iiich the ire was 6 lak'Ien was loIIerly ki.nown as the .Maud v S. ;iiil is closer to Iltte than anlly othtI kiino.ni all-ghld rick producer. Mtcih of the l re nn exhibition shows gold in its natliv. Ipurity. 'I he Suieriir is located abouit half way up tIlhe mlountailn side C andu is de.velopd biy a tunnel 60O fees long. I lcrlb rt Farliii is al o at ('lnhiiilii G;ardelnl exhiblitiillg sOIne great gold specimens from his lproperty in the Iligh landl ditrict, -. miles south of the city. Ie tiook themni froim tihe claim only a iew iidays ago, his object lbeiing to show the delegatites to the conligress that all of the gool illies ill the IHutte district are not located oni the hill overlooking the city. The specimens show ghld in its native purity. Special Rates via "The Milwaukee" Road ,Toronto nld return, $(26i.o1, Aignait 39th to September 7th inclusive. Write for particulars. W. B. DIIXON, Norl western Passen ger agent, St. Paul, Minln. STATE OF (I1110, CITY (F TOLEDO, Liucas Cunility-S : Frank J. ('heney Imakes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheiiey & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firni will pay the stun of One Ilundreld )Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannolllt lie cured by the use of hIall's C'atarrh ('ure. FRANK J. CHIENEY. Sworn to before me andi subscribed in lny preusence this 6ih day of )ecenmber, A. 1). 1886. A. \V. L(I.EASON, [SEAl..] Notary Public. Iall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tile system. Send for testi monials, free. F. J. CIIENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Iall's Family Pills are the best. * Notice to Stockholders of the Butte Crude Petroleum Company. Notice is hereby given that an annual meeting of tlhe stockholders of the above named company will be held at the of fice of the company, No. 20 West Park street, Butte, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, on the 17th day of September, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the election of five trustees for the business year and transac tion of such other business as may come before them. By order of R. A. WEISS, President. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4534. Helena, Mont., August 29, 190o. Notice is hereby given that Robeht Mc Bride and Jennie Adams, whose postoffice NC!CIruJ any poasn ONLY SEBRV AS A MASK FOR CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON They hide its repulsive form, and this serpent disease, stupefied by these drugs, lies dormant until the effects have worn off or treatment is discontinued, when it breaks down the mask and becomes as full of life and venom as ever. Mercury and Potash spay dry up the sores and eruptions, but at the same time they drive the polson back into the blood and system, where it feeds upon the tender tissues, membranes and nerves, finally breaking out in most disgusting sores and even destroying the flesh and bones. Mercury and Potash cannot accomplish a radical and permanent cure. They have a palliative but not curative effect upon this treacherous snake like disease. These drugs produce mercurial Rheumatism, destroy the teeth and corrode the membranes of the stomach and bowels, causing inflammation and dyspepsia, nervousness and general derangement of the system. S. S. S. is a Specific for Contagious Blood Poison, and the only antidote for the peculiar virus that spreads so quickly throughout the system, cor rupting the blood and infecting every organ and fibre of the body. S S. S. S. destroys the serpent, and eliminates every atom of poison from the blood and at the same time builds up the general health. S. S. S. contains no minerals of any kind, but is a purely vegetable remedy and we offer $r,ooo for proof to the contrary. Write us about your case and our physicians will cheerfully advise with out charge. Our home treatment book will be sent free to all who desire it. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CPMPAMY, Atlanta, Ga. Y LLLK DOCTORS Cure RH Chronic Diseases of Men and Women. N. E. Corner Broadway and Montana Streets. Sdll'r1 i1; Ilntte, Mi tt:anall: , have this day file',l their appllicati,n ior a patent for 1.:5..1 linear feet, beinilg 85 feet south a.. i.lily :tand I t7,. f' et northeasternly frimi di covery shait of the Six Thirty 1.1 ,h \'i,:ii.g claim, upon wh:ch a notice of itt ulton to apply tur a patent was p t,,d oill the 25t11 dliy of August. 1o02, s;t ': I'd in St nit'it \'lley (unorganized) Mi:i g. ,its1trict, Sil\.r C ,ow county, state of 11.n,?:n.a, desig1uated as Survey No. r,,s t. i-i To'wnlshill 3. north of Range 7 Sc(-t. Iie 'i, :lore particularly described as follows, to Nit: I , g niii'g at the southwcst corner, a pI:'t in the north si'le line of Survey No. I1'., a gra:lite stýlnl set in the grounld, ;ith ;a lnnuIll of e.'llth and stone alllong side, and mlarled I f l. , or Corner No. 1, fr,. 1Lich the nllrtlircast cortner of See tin 17. Towt hip 3 north, RItange 7 west, Lc:r., slt th .8 1 dgrees., oXN llinutes a;ind ,1o s c,11ds west 476(4.5 f, et. and rtnlttling tilhtlnce sottt1 114 .ldegrees t I minutes east 2.11. feet thence north 7- degrees 20 nill uttes east 7.13 feet : thence north 61 tde eruis 55 mninutest e;ast 28o feet: thence +ot th IH dlegrees 21 tl:inutes west 389 fit ti thence southi 70 degrees 22 tnilnltes west t2".4 feet: ttelnce sotuth I8 degrees 21 tinllhtets cast 3.-5 feet to tile place of li .igtitnig, containlinlg ;ian area of 1.;79 acrcr, of which 5.211 ares are in conflict withl Sttreys No. 283., .J835, 31043 and 4157. iot claimed, lea. ving 6.59 acres cihmiid by the b:tov-nn-Iellllcd applicants. The location of this claim is of record in ti e lecorder',s ofice of Silver flow c~inity. state of Montanla, in Book "P" of I.. Ie Locations. o( Page 32. IlTh adjoinnllg cl..imls to these premises are `irv, y No. 28.1. (i,,ok Lode, and Sur \ty No. 2815., Ireilcricksburg I.ode, on the iirth: Survey No. 30.13, Black Chief I Ide, 101 the southeast Survey No. 4837, hetiikluk I.mle, on the south; Survey No. 61ri8. Morning Star Lo.lc, on the south west, atlnd Sutrvey No. 4943, East Colden thief No. a I.ode, on the west. FRANK I). MIRACI.E, Register. Saminucl Barker, Jr., Attorney for Appli IFirst publication, August 30, 1902.) Nc'ICE'L TO CREDIITORS. Fstate of Mercy G. lHartwell, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under i::nuI, executor of the estate of Mercy ., ilartwell, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the a:li decensel , to exhibit them, with tile The Job Department Of the Inter Mountain Designing Engraving Embossing Copper Plate Work Badges Programs Invitations Anything You Want Done Right Done Quick Blank Books necessary vouchers, within four months alter the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of I.ewis A. Smith, Room 4, Silver Blow Block, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ne-s of said estate, in the County of Sil ver Bow, State of Montana. EARN ES'I' E. WRIGHT, Executor of the Estate of Mercy G(. Hartwell, deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this and day of September, 0oo02. I.IEWVIS A. SMIT'rl Attorney for Exe cutor. MINING AI'PLICATION NO. 4548. United States Land Ollffice, elenlc, Mon tana, August 14, 190.o Notice is hereby given that James H. McDonald, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed an ap plication for a patent for ,500oo linear feet, the same being tor 35o,0eet in an easterly and t1,15 feet in a westely direction from the point of discovery on the Rising Sun lode mining claim, situated in Independ ience (unorganized) mining district, Silver IBow county, Montana, the position, course aiIn extent of .h* said mining claim, d-signated by an o.Scial survey thereof, as Survey No. 6645, Township No. 3 north, Range No. 8 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 22d day of July, 19o2, and being more particular. ly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat theteof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner, a quartzite stone, 6x8xt8 inches, 14 inches deep, with mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-6645 for Corner No. I, from which the one-fourth section corner to Sections 21 and :2. Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears sonth 75 degrees 4,1 minutes west, 565 feet. and running thence north to degrees tO minutes west, :458.5 feet to the Southwest Corner No. a; thence north 3 degrees east, 136 feet to Corner No. 3; thence north 20 degrees at minutes east, 431 feet to the Northwest Corner No. 4: thence south 79 degrees It minutes east, 1400 feet to the North east Corner No. 5; thence south ao de grees 21 minutes west, 564 fect to Cor ner No. I and place of beginnin:g, con taining an area of 1t.14 acres, of which 3.37 acres are in conflict with Survey No 4840 and is not claimed, leaving an area of 1i.77 acres. claimed by the above named applicant for patent. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on Page 417 in Book R of Quartz lodes. The only known adjoining c!aim Is on the Northeast Survey No. 4840, the Carrie lod-. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. JOSEPH IT. HARPER, United States Claim Agent. Date for first publication August I5. toos. LAST CHANCE TO SEE '1.LE PARK THIS SEASON. On September 5 the Northern Pacific railway will run another popular excur sion to Yellowstone part at rate of $39.oo for the round trip, which includes all necessary expense. If you conten:plate making the trip, leave your name at the oflice of the Northern 'acific railway, cor ner Park and Main streets, so that ac commodations may be reserved. W H. MERRIMAN, Gen'l. Agt., N. P. Ry. II I Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVERt KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS an1d All Eastern Points Short Line to Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Aagloes (Ocean or Rail.) Portland And al Paciic Coast Polnts Depart.. s:os a. m. I a:45 a. m..Arrive Depart ..4:5o p. mn. 4:4o p. m..Arrive Ticket Office, 105 N. Main btreet Butte, Montana. H. O.WILIBON, General Alt Like No Other Train There is no other train like the St. Louis Special. It is a daily train from Northwest to Southeast. Carries standard and tourist sleepers, also dining car and chair car to Kansas City; chair car to St. Louis. Runs via Billings. Shortest line, and makes fast time. H. F. RUECEIL &ag , - ilm beeirse we, Euts, M ess. N. It. nQUR, eneral Agent, BiUllingeent. .A. &r P. R. R. CO. TIME TABLE.. Train connecting with Eastbound N. P. leaves Anaconda for Durant at :3s a. a.4 leave Durant for Anaconda at a:so a. a. Trains Leave B. A. P. Depot, DBtto for Anaconda, as follows: SA. a., to A. m., s:as p. m., lIs p. ma, aess p. m. Trains Leave Union Passenger Ste tlon Anaconda,for Butte, as follows 5: o a. in., sto am. i., p., .vIS . Connections will be made witls ;1 s ortaers Pacific trains, both Ets. sad i'estbound, wt Durant, instead of Stuart. Trains Leave Anaconda To connect at Silver Now with Oregon Shots Linn, at :oo p. an. Trains leave Anaconda 5:3o a. m..l, ss p. Ma. to connect with Great Northerna asway as Butte. Tickets for sale for alt points, local sad through. on the Great Northesn Railway. Ore son SShort Line Railroad and Northern Pacific Railway and their connections. Steamship tickets for sale to all points ta Europe via the above lies. NORTH COAST LIMITED rlf4 Observation Cars Electric Lighted y Steam Heated BUTTE SCHEDULE Arrive Deparb North Coast Ltd. 2 10 lpl 20p m WESTBOUND. North Coast Ltd. EASTBOUND. 350 am 4 0am Sleeper on this train open for re ception of passen. gers at 9:3o p. tn. No. 13-From all 10 55 aml... .. points east ..... No. s4-To all points cast......... 8 pm No. s-From N. P. local points west of Billings, and all B. and M. 1. points, and to all points west .... 15 p pm No. 6-From all points west and to N. P. points to Billings and all B. and i. R. points ......... 12 40 a 12 50 a Passengers for Norris and Pony and Alder branches leave Butte on No. s4, connecting at Whitehall and Sappingtoa for branch line points. Passengers from these points connect at Sappington and Whitehall, arriving at Butte on No. 5. W. H. MERRIMAN, General Agent, Corner Park and Main streets. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P. R. R. Co In Improving what was originally the fnest track in the West. RESULT. A cý'mpsratively straight end level roadbed ballasled with dutless Sher man granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The ag nttude of the work must be seen o be appreciated. WHA'T DOES IT MEAN? rolnd comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? i1 so, you cannot afford to so voe any other than this ROYAL HGIIGH AY. Further information on applicatius personally or by letter to H. O. WILSON, O. S. L. Butte, Montana. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA FE ROUTEl 3 'Trains Daily From Denver to Kansas City and Chi. cago. Also the direct line to Galves ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico and Arn. tona. For partic'lars about the REDUCED RA'IES EA.T this summer apply to C. F. WARREN, General Agent, 41! Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah.