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NEED OF MAHAN TO
STIR UP CABINET BRITISH SCIENTISTS PRAISE OUR AMERICAN METHODS AND AD VISE IMITATION. YANKEE SUCCESS IS DUE TO EDUCATIONAL SCHEME Republican Doctrines Applied to Rearing of Children, Says Prof. Armstrong, Is Largely Responsible for the World wide Influence the United States Now Exerts-Children Should Be Free. [ Yv AstOtl IAIIII0 I'1I1.s..] Belfast, Sept. I2.--l he sectional mret Ings of the British associatioi for the iad vancement of science, which opened its seventy-second annual mitert ig here Wed nesday, were well attended to h. .. the address of their reslective oficers. Many of these clotained cumplhitne'nary refer ences to the L'nited States, whichl was held up as a model which (;trat Itaitain ought to follow. riof. N. I'. Armstrong of the educa tional ectlio:l made a strong plea for the injection o , stnie Amierican life and energy inito the BIritishli ducational sys tent, and piaid a high tribute to the iim aginative insight anld foresight of "our American cousin, Captaint Mahan," who had taught the nation the tru.: mle.ming anld valRues of sea powe ('r. "\We need some Mahan," addrld I'Profes sor Armstrong, ": dliscuss the larger is sues of national dh fenllse through edutlca tion. Those who direct attention to the insuffict'iency of Inational arianilOt are scarcely listened to aind there is not th u slightst efflort to secure sci(entifirally ad just'ed and organlically cormphlet machinery to drill the cr.ew, which is woefully iin comnpl tc owing to il- abslence of disci plinic." Praises American Methods. 'rofc.-ir Arti-ironlg coitelded that what British educa:tion today mtihed wasti to appreciate the value of a scrapl heap. "Why can't we.' continh.d ilh speaker, "f,,hlow the examlllle olf the intlustzioti Americtan t:Ianofacturer and agree' to 'scrap' our tcho]l:,tic ;al :u'l"ia ic idea;ls, if lit our chldi s all schol llasters :a. well, and refit alonglI scientific hltes? In supprt of his crntention that lboys ought to htave school at 7 a111 then go to co-lege. I'r,,fs,,r Armstrong said that nuch if the succeLs of the Alt'mericans w; due It, theil way n which repubiic.u duc trims were applit in b1rini gin up tiltu ir chi:!rtn . a0ling: We h, t . , r chihlr, i free and : ,: ,:.: t ::: , .r. ,at anll early Ir :. V . . :,., nrtin ,, the psy fie> f;t . :;, r.! ; l.. ...lll~ " Excurs cn to Calnfornta. , .. , !,r 3 h. ' ! e, . r it and1 - ,l th!: r,! e, n S.hi rt Iine will selI rond trip tickt : ,,n Fran( ci . going a; l n T turtti.g i;. e rite. $S.s., I,iin' via (t den a: I returni g via '.urtlanl, or ' ii ver'a. t, . . To l.,s Anel(.IL, .iin4 anl tr'iturnti sanec r .ute, $ 7.,,. ;,,ing via ()'(le n and returniing via Iortland or vice v·ran . $81.40. Tick(ts limiter for return until Novenm Lcr 5th with stn,-ov\cr privile'1c s. Rcmember the ()Ogdcen route is 23 h turs the iquickest anld make sleeping car rcerr vations now, Short L.ine City Tickct Office, 105 North .Main street. lIhitte Mint. 11. O. WIILSON, (encral Agent. YELLEK DOCTORS eure All Chronic Diseases of Men and Women. N. E. Corner Broadway and Montana Streets. DR. T. G. HEINE Speclalist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat D)iscases of men and women. Office 104 and los Pennsylvania block, WV. Park street. Office tel., 8tl9A. Residence 616 S. Montana street. 'Phone 721M. 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 solicit your trade.-AAA Telephone 547. Office and Yards, Iron Street, East of Arizona St., Butte. ý . --- -- - - ----;-- "- S 3 S Mining News PRODUCTION OF COPPER FELL OFF IN YEAR 1901 Advance Sheets of the Report of the Geological Survey Show Total to Have Been 268,782 Tons. Advance sheets of the report of the geologicral survey show that the production of copper In the calnndnr year irio, aggre gated 24X.7814 long tons. as agilnst 17',.58R tons in 0Ing. The report, whith is by Charles Kirehoff, says in part: "The conditions s.trrountling the copper mining indutstry during the year tjol were in many resplects extraordinary. P'riduc tion was only slightly less than it had been in 1.8 . nand in tao , andcl onllSutlllll tiol ill this country was undltoutedly considerably greater. Itit a determnied effort was maide during the greater part of the year to matnintain va:lit in the face of adverse conditions in the countries which are the principal customers for our large surplus. Prices were kept above the parity of t'urope, so that large importations were added to the suppllly. The result was an extranrdinary acttnulatlion of the red metal in the hni.s of leading interests. For a while co-operation between the prin cipal producers aas tried. and, wheIn this failehd. coercion was attempted by the breaking of the market toward tile clise of the year. This was., preceded by a very serious decline in thie shares of copper companies on hoth Isides of the Atlantic. "h'le amnotuntls produlced and the r.lative percenta(gts of the total pIroductionl of I.ake Superior, Montana andtt Arizona, were as tollows: "La.;ke Superiorr, (t,,-' long tons. per cenlltage of total prolductim , i 5.tt ; .'11 o ittan;I , I1.2. i2.6 l ng tlons, Ipercentagei . 31.2: Ari zont, , 5t .t.t lIonIg tons. itercelntage .7. Ariona. in ['tal h, and; in Tll 'e nessee. ", I tothld ilmports of copper in the I nitied States in Itiot, fromt all hsourles and in all formsIn , atll o ntt dt to I 24.t,tt.I .1"2.t punill s, as cmittItrel with Io43,u,t,':6 pounds, iln Io,., with 0,1.172.111 PIounds i1 1Il0 , andll. with c .l,: ..0l, I0 ponll ds iln 18 . l"i he total vaidte of the .exports of copi per from the I itled States in ilo· wasy $ 6,,7T .44 ,as '.t, tpart'd with $55.1575.4.10 in tlot , with $1.t ,5,65.4 in P190. and with $.5..Is"5 5 t iln t. 5 ,. ( eIrmany is by fa: our lIrg.tst customer for copper. since the greater part of lilte ctal shipped to tilhe Netherlatnds is in transit for that c(ou try: on the other hand, sotme of the copper which ges to the [' ittd Kingdom is shilppcd froml tIl re to o,,ther countries. 'Th l.is t ls of th ,e m' vel.. Ints cannot well Ihe f,,l!.iwtl. 'The al .ti nad tit s c aimptionl of cilplr in tihe nit'td Stat's it it , was 3s.:76 ,"ot i poilins, ias against ,5it "t1.5)I,:1 ptnt l st itll "The to ,,k of clolter on han itl the ' niter l al te n', J i la ;iIry . I ,19 n. is l c ti i:as h'l as i tgl at l .l t it, cis..is pi tll ' . t,,uivl,,nt to six months pr ,htctioll. In the absence of figures. which migh t he sai.'l to re rn 5nt .nortal yhar", it is hitp sa iisthl tI, do tore tIhan uIsake , I gi . .I ;t what m ins ht e c ,oniider , , the exc' .s over a natit , .Lc stock. It i- I ro,, ly fair to ,-, u that. even t t ll li'ginniug of the h" fo.,.r the .tst tI of t ipper ilt this ("ant,.." .re Ie ,nd the working limit. "tihlt' copper mark' t opte nd ti atirs r,itl, r ,ill at the tt iciat priceh s of 1i7 ,cet t tOr ILake and 1i '. 'ni fr t p electrolyitic. ,iti actual saltis were made at tl~, So , e -ts for Lake and at ,h' i cents for thlctrolr tie. Pc the 13th of J.:nu;lry, ly, , the ,,tilial prices had fallen to II's c,.nts for Lake copperr. "Thire twerl's prohucttit't of ctpper in l't.1t was t ,8i long tot ls, as o t gate clt 4F7,: .o6 pals in 1 on, 46,1(.1,10. tons in I.,18 and .124.37') t ,ns in I898. "hly far the meosta important of the new miees' which have entered the wortd' market in recent yoars is thilt of the Greene Consolidatedl Copper e..mpupny, whose prop erties are located at ('aanea. Sonora, Mex ico. There is every reason to believe before the close of the current year the production of this company will reach 4.500,0o, to 5,)oo,O0o poulnds of fine cop per per snwth. Such a rapid devcloplnmnt has never before been witnessed in the cop per-alining industry," STAY AWAY UNTIL THE REGION IS DEVELOPED Man Who Has Been Up Against Thunder Mountain Says It Is a Very Tough Proposition. Ira A. Cailnmett, a well-known miinig mian of I eer Lodge, has returned fromn the 'thunder Motijitain mining district. lie advises all Montana miners to stay away from the district until development has demonstrated that permanent ore bodies are to lie found there. "The deposit," said he in a recent iitter view, "is a surface formlation and tip to the present time it has failed to show any values with depth. ()ne of the surprises to a Montana mlan visiting the region is the nnmber of acquaintances he mlets. It seems to nme that every other face I saw was from Montana. The largest number of persons in the camp at one time was albout 700, but hlien the truth as to the formation dawned on the visitors it came in one day. As a result the exodus was as astonishling as the influx earlier in the season. 'The district is no good for a prospector." Mr. Caiunltet looks for exciting miningit news from Idaho anid Eastern Oregon, where, he says, valuable finds are being uncovered. lie prophesies that the next mninig excitement will have its center in Southerni Idaho or in Northwestern Colo rado. A mining prospector who arrived in the city yesterday from a tour through North western Idlaho reports extensive depos its of pay gold-bearing rock in the Gore range. "We located two miles of the de posit," said he, "and samples which I have brought home for assay, will run from $6 to $15 in gold. These samples are from the surface and Indicate the pres ence or ore bodies that will be rapidly de yeloped within the next year or two as a new railroad gives assurance of trans portation. We met scores of prospectors in the northwestern part of the state and found expcricrced men who were con vinced, from their examination of the country, that several good mining camps will be established within hauling dista:ce of the railroad. The cost of transports tion has been so great heretofore as to forbid prospectors froli tackling the dis trict, but the country for several months past has been carefully gone over by some of the bhet prospectors of the state. We may expect rich returins from the work accomplished this stummer. C Screenings. H. I1. Kleiioshmlirt, returning to Helm. fromii Alaska, says t hat I)awsotn City is by no me;ans a dleal place, $16,000o,ou havingi been taken from "tributury streants this year. More attention is being paid to ll;uitz mining. Mr. Kleilnschmidt has stld out most of his interests there. Illack smoke is rising out of the stank of the flasin & tIny State conmpany hi works for the tirst time inl four years. It was a welcoliie sight to the citixens here. Ifeinze has taken a lease and bhid on tle property of tile comlipalny, incltl ing the new copper smtelter. At presient ahllt 70 men are employed. The concelt trator' hls a daily capacity of Soo tons, while thei capacity of the snirlter will be increased to .5go tons. ';Patrick ('lark of Spokane, wlhi s' n m years ago was largc!vy i:;rested inl I)ttl.. is now mining ill Idaho,. WVaIshiuntn an: British (', lumbiai. lie has just securtl a lease of the Juluile Ribbon. property ,I:Ir bIk ( ity. Idaho. Mr. ('lark is gre;,tly Ileased with the IroIspects held outt by thie ca:plll. and beli.eves that bIf.for, leg rich qltuartz prolperti.s will ble developI. Mr. ('lark is Itlted as sayii to !h' Spokesman- IReview: "It looks as Ii t.e. ll., Ribbonl, will m;Ike a; mine." The most importnt;llll Imove ever mnade iil the intert st of miniing i this portion of the state occurred when an instrun fit w; fihed appropriatilng i, o,, inches w" ti.r from the .'tllowstoc river just uth of the city. The iel;trtllwlll .t waSI inentd vb I.ieutetnatnt Ioveror Springs, who i saidl to beI inlterested with Se~atlr Clark. who several years l.lago scred lands ntear thie city for sInielter pinposIs. The people of this city ;1il Park comlty are pleased with the 1utno1 k and beliese the excellent op Cheap Rates to California. SEI"I;. 30. ( T1'. 1 AND ._. For the neetin.,t. of National \\'hole..,'e l)rug si,t., at M\ont'er'y, ('alifornia, 1le Northern Tacitic railway will sel rotmil trip tick Is as follw,\ : lutht h, S.,an Fru:rt i,.c . gilln ;and returnii ng via Portladl .........$55 ,00 Butte to San Frntcico. going via IPrtl;and, returinnig via Ogtdent... 68.50 Ittte to, Los Angeles, goilng and re turning via Pl'rtland .......... 67.to lIutt to Los Aingeles. going via 1l'o tlalnd : ,l returninlg via )g dcn . ..... . .... ........ . 8,.4, li or informa;tion regardiig stolpovet.r, sleeping car ;,pace, etc., iall o it or ad dres, \W. II. MIF.RI IMAN, t. A., N. I'. R'y. ('or. Park and Main Ste., Butte. 4 Summer Trip Through Zion and the Rockies. A trip to the East by way of Salt the greatest on the Ame;scan continent, patsing as it does along the shores of Salt .Lake and Utah l.kes. through Utah and Colorado's fertile vaileys and the heart of the Rc?'t. mounts;ns. No Europ.an j,;ut ney of equal Icngt. 5tar comparo with it in splendor of scenery of wealth of n-vel interest. A stop-over at Salt Lake City is allowed on all classes of tickets via this route. For full information or fOr copy of "With Nature in Colorado," write to or call on G. W. Fitzgerald, Genl' Agt., Butte, Mont. Gaturday and bunday Excurslons. Basin and return .................$l So Boulder and return ........,... x !o Alhambra and return ............. Good going Saturday and Sunday, rea turning Monday. Basin and return ................$ o Boulder and return .............. t oe Good going and returning Sundays only. Ticket office, 4= North Main street and depot. Butte. Mont. Mar s; too5 . MINING APPLICATION NO, 4557. lHelena, Montana, Sept. Ir, t-90-. Notice is hereby given that Lulu 1. I.argey, whose postollice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed her application for a patent for t,50o linear feet, being I,208 feet westerly and 292 feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Orleans I.nle Miining laim, i1upon which a notice of intention to alpply for a patent was po.tediI on the 25th day of August, 19oa, situated in Summit valley (unorganized) Mining district, Silver Bow county, state of oin tana, designated as Survey No. 6644, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northwest corner, which is also Corner No. i of Survey No. 41572, and a point in the tenth Course of Survey No. 3338, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and marked 1-6644, for Corner No. 1, from which the quarter section corner on the north boundary of Section 8, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 36 degrees 26 minutes 35 seconds west, 3,293.4 feet; and running thence south 22 degrees 08 minutes east, 450.5 feet; thence south 32 degrees I5 minutes east, 183.5 feet; thence north 83 degrees 16 minutes east, 1-466.5 feet; thence north 22 degrees o08 minutes west, 622 feet; thence south 83 degrees 16 minutes west, 7,500 feet to the place of beginning, conts4ning an area of 20.59 acres claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this claim is ol rdcord in the Recorder's office of Silver' Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "W," of Lode Locations on Page 149, The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 4,572, Black Eagle Lode on the north and Survey No. 3,338, Poplar Grove Placer on the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicant. (First Publication' Sept, 12, apos.) t heumallsm The linimentbottle and flannel strip are fam iliar objects in nearly every household. They are the weapons that have been used for gene rations to fight old Rheumatism, and are about as effective in the battle with this giant disease a as the blunderbuss of our forefathers would be in modern warfare. Rheumatism is caused by an acid, sour condition of the blood. It is filled with acrid, irritating matter that settles in the joints, muscles and nerves, and liniments and oils nor anything else applied externally can dislodge these gritty, corroding particles. They were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood. Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieves temporarily the aches and pains, but these are only symptoms ; the real disease lies deeper. The blood and system are infected. Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured until the blood has been purified, and no remedy does this so thoroughly and promptly as S. S. S. It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream of rich, strong blood to the affected parts, which dissolves and washes out all foreign ma terials, and the sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains. S. S. S. contains no potash or other mineral, is a perfect vegetable blood purifier and most exhilarating tonic. It relieves pain and builds up the exhausted vital forces at the same time. Our physicians will advise, without charge, all who write about their case, and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment. T"IlF .WIVT aPECrI C CO.. Atnts,. Os. BUTTE POSTOFFICE SCHEDULE OF MAILL ARRIVALS. Trafains Depot. Office. Distributed Burlington (1I P.) from West...........2:4o a. m. 1:oo a. m. 7:oo a. m. Oregon Short Line........ ............. :45 a. i. 3:oo a. m. 7:oo a. m. .orthern Pacific, from West............. 0 .5o a. m. 4:n a. m. 7:oo e. a Arnaconda ...........................p9'3o a. m . :4 a o:oo a. m South Butte .......................... -- 9:45 a. m. 0 :oo a. m. Walkerville .... ...................... -- o:oo a m. so:5 a. m. N'rthern Pacific, from East ............. o:SS a. m. s:s5 a. m. at 45 a. m,. Anaconda ..............................1 :as p. a. sa:35 p. m. a:5o p. m. Burlington (N. P.) front East.......... :o5 p. m. s:ao p. im. :40 p. m. Gun lerson .......................... - a:oo p. m. s:15 p. m. Walkcrville ................ ...... - 3:io p. m. 3:2o p. m. Snuth Rutte ......................... - 3:30 p. m. 3:40 p. m. Gtreat Northern, Great Falls Lnoal....... 3:50 p. . 4:10 p. n. 4:30 p. m. Anaconda .......................... 3:55 p. M. 4:10 p. m. 4:30 p. m. ()Oegoa SLort Line ..... ........... 4:40 P. i. 4:55 p. In. 5:3o p. m. N.,rtl,ern Pacific, from East............. 7:o p. m. 7:30 p. m. p:oo p. n. Ats conda .. .. .... ..... 8:o1 p. m. 8:.5 p. m. 9:oo p. m. Great Northern, from West............. 9:45 p. ma. o;oo p. . 7:00 :oo. a DEPARTURES. Trains. Close. Leave Depot. Bi"lington (N. P.) to East.................... . 11:30 p. m. s2:50 a. m. Oregan Short .ine.............................. :30 p. m. 2:o5 a. m. Northern Pacific, to East.... ..................... :30 p. . 4:oo a. m. Great Northern, Great Falls Local ............... 9:oo a. m. 9:50 a. m. A n aco n d a .. . . . . . . ....... . .. .. .. .. .... .. . ... . ..... .... .. 9 :oo a. in . so :oo a . s . South Bt'......................*...........*.... 9:00 a. m. Wnlkeville .................................... :oo a. . - Burlington (N. P.) to West ...................... 12:3o p. mi. :s1 p. m. Anaconda ........................12 :3o p. im. :ao p. rM. Gl,underson ................*.....**.......** :oo00 p. nm. Walkerville ................ .........*** ....... 1:oo p. . -- South BuEtte.................... ....... ..... a:3o p. m. Oregon Short Iine.............................. 4:00oo p. m. 4:50 p. m. Anreorcda ............. ... ..... .............. 4:30 p. m. 5:15 p. m. Northern Pacific, to \est ........................ 6:3o p. m. 7:ao p. m. Great Ncrti:ern. to It................ ......... 7:30 p. m,. 8:30 p. m. Northern Pacific, to ,La.t.......................... 7:40 p. m. 8:40 p. m. Anaconda ............ ......... . * .*.** * . .... io:50 p, m. 11:30o p. a. GEO. W. IRVIN, Postmaster Special Rates via "The Mrilwaukee" Road dlo:ne visitors' excursions to Ohio and IndianIa points, one fare plus $2, Septem ber 2, 9, i6 and e3. Th rty days return limit. W\rite for particulars. \V. 1. 1)1XON. No;thwestern .'a.en ger agent, St. Paul, Minn. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4554. lHelena, Mont., August 20, 1002. Notice is hcrehy given that Roheht Mc Bride and Jennie Adams, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 1255.3 linear feet, being 85 feet south westerly and 1170.3 feet northem!sternly from discovery shaft of the Six Thirty I.ode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 25th day of August, io02, situated in Summit Valley (unorganized) Mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6653, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: PBeginning at the southwest corner, a point in the north side line of Survey No. 618t, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone along side, and marked 1-6653, for Corner No. I, from which the northeast corner of Sec tion 17, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 28 degrees, o8 minutes and 40 seconds west 4764.5 feet. and running thence south 84 degrees it minutes east 246 feet; thence north 7o degrees 2o minn utes east 733 feet; thence north 61 de grees 55 minutes east 280 feet; thence north 18 degrees 2z minutes west 389 feet; thence south 70 degrees 22 minutes west 1234 feet: thence south 18 degrees 21 minutes east 325 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 11.79 acres, of which 5.0o acres are in conflict with Surveys No. 2834, 2835, 3043 and t4857, not claimed, leaving 6.59 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 "P" of Lode Locations, on Page 32. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 2834, Cook Lode, and Sur vey No. 2835, Fredericksburg Lode, on the north; Survey No. 3043, Black Chief Lode, on the southeast, Survey No. 4857, Keokuk Lode, on the south; Survey No. 618r, Morning Star Lode, on the south weot, and Survey No. 4943, East Golden Chief No. a L.ode, on the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. Samuel Barker, Jr., Attorney for Appli. cants. [First publication, August 30, 90go.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Mercy G. Hartwell, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the ur,der signed, executor of the estate of Mercy G. Hartwell, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months alter the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of Lewis A. Smith, Room 4, Silver Bow Block, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate, in the County of Sil ver Bow, State of Montana, EARNEST E. WRIGHT, Executor of the Estate of Mercy G. Hartwell, deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this and day of September, 2gea. LEWIS A. SMITH Attorney for Exe cutor. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4548. United States Land Office, Helena, Mon tana, August 14, 90po. Notice is hereby given that James H. McDonald, whose ostoffice address Is Butte, Montana, has this day filed an ap plication for a patent for 1,So linear feet, the same being totr 35crcet in an easterly and z,I5o feet in a westerly direction from the point of discovery on the Rising Sun lode mining claim, situated in Indcpend cuce (unorganized) mining district, Silver How county, Montana, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, i'-signated by an o,.`cial 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, 19go, and being more particular ly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat theeof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner, a qualtzite stone, 6x8xi8 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 a2 and :a. Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 75 degrees 44 minutes west, 565 feet. and running thence north 79 degrees to minutes west, 1458.5 feet to the Southwest Corner No. a; thence north 3 degrees east, 136 feet to Corner No. 3; thence north ao degrees as minutes east, 431 feet to thye Northwest Corner No. 4; thence south 79 degrees sr minutes east, 1499 feet to the North. east Corner No. 5; thence south so de grees az minutes west, 564 feet to Cor ner No. x and place of beginnin:g, con taining an area of 19.14 acres, of which 3.37 acres are in conflict with Survey No 484o and is not claimed, leaving an area of 15.77 acres, claimed by the above named applicant for patent. The location of this mine !s recorded in the office of the recorder of Slvcer 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 lode. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. JOSEPH H. HARPER, United States Claim Agent. Date for first publication August Is. o190, El" Pullman Dining and Library Car Rout;, To SALT LAKE DENVEIL KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS sild ill Eastern Polnlt Short Line to Colorado. Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los tnglees (Oems or Rail.) Portland And all PaclSo Coast Points. Depart.. a1o0 .. m :43 a. m..Arrlve Depart ..4:50 p. m.I 4:40 p. mn..Arrive Ticket Offlee, 105 N. Main btreet Butte, Montana. K. O. WILSON, General Ag~ I 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. N. F. RUg R. Rs, - 5 ras eaedwyp. Butste. met. . R. SOUR, General Agent, itnulls, Mont. I.A. & P. R. . CO, TIME TABis. Train connecting with Eastbound N. P. leaves Anaconda for Durant at a :38 a. om. leave Durant for Anaconda at 3:to a. a., Trains Leave B. A. P. Depot, Batts for Anaconda, as follows: s . e., o at. m .., Mu p. m., asss p. .as. 5Ip Trains Leave Union Passenger Sta tion Anaconda,for Uutte, as follows 5:30 a .. in 3o a. m., p. N oIe 9m. Connections il bend witm all Northern Pacific trains, both East and Westbound. as Durant. instead of Stuart. Trains Leave Anaconda To connect at Silver Bow with Oregoa Sho.t Linrj at :co p. m. Trains leave Anaconda B3o a. m., Ir:s p. e., to connect with Great Northern At.uway at Butte. Tickets for sale for all points, local and through, on the Great Northeat, Railway. Or, son Short Line Railroad and Northeru Pacific , ailway and their coonecti ns. Steamship tickets for sale to all points is Europe via the above lines. NORTH COAST LIMITED ,4iiih\ Observation Cars Electric Lighted Steam Heated EUTTB SCliEDULB Arrive Dopart North Coast Ltd. 10 pmin 20 WESTBOUND.A North Coast Ltd EASTBOUND. 3 50 a1 400 am Sleeper on this train open for re ception of passen gers at 9:30 p. m. No. s3-From all 10 55 am. points east ..... No. ,4-To all points east .... ......8 40 pm No. S-From N. P. local points west of Billings, and all B. and M. R. points, and to all I 65 pm I 15 p points west .... p No. 6-From all points west and to N. P. points to Billings and all B. and M. R. points .........1240 a 1250 a Passengers for Norris and Pony and Alder branches leave Butte on No. 14, connecting at Whitehall and Sappington for branch line points. Passengers from these points connect at Sappington and Whitehall, arriving at Butte on No. S. W. H. MERRIMAN, General Agent, Corner Park and Main streets. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P. R.R.Co In tmprovlng what was originally the anest track in the West. RESULT. A cnmpsratively sitraight and level roadbed ballasted with dustless Slier man granite. rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The aisgnitude of the work must be seen o be appreciated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? folid comfort, security and pleasure to our pations. ARE YOU (OING EAST? It so, you cannot afford to go vit ani other than this ROYAL HIGH'tAY. Further information on application perlonally or by letter to H. O. WILSON. O. S. L. Butte, Montana. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA Fe ROUTE 3 'Trains Daily From Denver to Kansas City and Chl. eago. Also the direct line to Galves. ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico and Ant sona. For particulars about the REDUCED RATES EAJT this summer apply to C. F. WARREN, General Agent, 411t Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah.