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BLISS ODIORCE CASE IS BEGUN MRS. ELLA AUSTIN NAMED AS CO RESPONDENT-TESTIMONY OF FRED MOGK INTERESTING. [SPECIAT. TO INTER 51Ot'NT.AIN.] Anaconda, Nov. it.-In the district tourt this morning evidence was taken in the divorce case of Sallie Bliss vs. Arthur E. Bliss, in which Mrs. Ella Austin is named as the co-respondent. The most important testimony in the case was given by Fred Mog~k who testi 6e& that Mh saw Bliss and the Austin woman together in Colorado Springs last summer. At that time' BLiss asked Motgl not to my that he had seen them together when be, Mogk, returned to Ansconda. Mrs. BUss iu her own behalf stated to the court that she had found her husband se creted in the room of Mrs. Austin in the Durston building. Attorney J. H. Duffy, as coussel for the plaintiff, asked that the property owned by Mr. and MArs. Bliss be set aside in the name of the deserted wife for her benefit end the benefit of her two children. The couple were married in Tacoma. in Oc tober, t893, and had lived in Montana six years. As the result of the union there is one child, aged 6 years. There is also a daughter of Bliss from a prior max riage. Mrs. Bliss asks for the custodianship of the children. The property in question is a house and lot, located in East Eighth street, in this city. JOHN FENTON DIES IN SAINT ANN'S HOSPITAL Victim of Stomach Trouble Had Worked in the Lower Works for Years No Relatives Near Here. SPECIAL. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. I r.-John Fenton, who has resided in Anaconda and vicinity tot the past z4 years, died at St. Ann's hos Bital this morning after an illness dating from last Sunday night. The cause of his death was stomach trouble. Fenton worked at tihl old lower works for years and boarded at the boarding house of Thomas Gavin in Carroll for a long time. Prior to his admission to the hospital it is thought that he had been employed some place in the country. lie was a single man. No relatives or inti mate friends of the dead man have been found. The remains lie at Tuttle's under taking parlors. MAY HAVE TO RECOUNT SUPERINTENDENT VOTES Race Between Miss Marchion and the Labor Candidate for School Posi tion Was Very Close. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. iz.--There is a prospect of more trouble arising over the charge that the votes were not properly canvassed by the county commissioners. The trouble impending arises over the labor vote squabble and the close race between Miss Marchion, republican candidate for school superintendent, and Miss Mahoney, the labor candidate. Miss Mahoney received but four more votes than Miss Marchion on the official canvass and if the charges can be substan tiated that many labor votes were counted though not properly marked, it may result in electing Miss Marchion. The indica tions are that a contest will be made and a rec.'unt asked for. SOUVENIR BALL TOMORROW Iron Moulders Union Will Give 'One in the Evening. sPECI\AL. TO INTER MOL'NTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. Ir.-Iron Moulders' Union No. 309 of Anaconda will give a souvenir ball tomorrow night at Turner hall. The committee on arrangements have been exceedingly busy the past week preparing for the event, and as a result of their labors will be able to take care of a large crowd, which the moulders always have at their social affairs. At the Montana. J. W. Flynn, New York: G. Robson, Dr. Norcross, Butte; George Ottarson, city; J. G. Hammer and wife, Miss Hammer, Butte; Mrs. Charles Brebuer and daugh ter, Mrs. J. H. Steele, Mrs. S. Wells, Mrs. F. S. Gray, Mrs. E. G. Davenport, Mrs. Mark Wayman, Mrs. A. Williams, Mrs. Grant Bartlett, Butte; C. A. Dennis, New York; A. R. Coopman, city; Earl R. Smith, Helena; M. D Barry, city; 0. N. Perry, Kate M. Hamilton, Butte. GLASS WIPERS FREE S'o spectacle wearers. At the sa::te time a Cood chance to get a perfect examination by one of the up-to-date twentieth century electric op-thalmometers. No difference how dark it is you get a .uarar.teed set of glasses at L, F. Verberckmoes, optician and jeweler, No. so0 East Perk. Durston block oooooooooooooooooooo000000000000000000000000 o 0 S The Daly Bank and Trust a g Company of Anaconda g o Anaconda, Montana. 0 o General banking la all branches. o o Sell exchanges on New York, Chi- o o cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. o o cisco, etc., and draw direct on the 0 o principal cities of England, France, a Ireland, Germany and the Orient. o Uposits of 41..0o and upward re- 0 oceived. 0 o CorrespondeMts 0 o National City bank, New York: o First National bank, Chicagol First a 0 National bank, St. PasE;i Omaha 0 8 National bank, Omaha; Bank of 8 o California, Sun Francisco. O o John it; Toole, President; M. 8 0 Greenwood, Vice Presddet; Loal o V. Bennett, Cashier; F. C. Nor. o beck, Assistaut Cashier. 0 0000000000000000000000oood WAIT TO MAKE IT HUNTIHG GROUND SPORTSMEN ARE TRYING TO SEE IF GEORGETOWN FLATS MAY NOT BECOME FAMOUS. [SI'PCIAL. TO INTER MOt'NT.AIN., Anaconda, Nov. It.-Many of the sportsmen of Anaconda have combined their efforts to make the lake on George town flats one of the choicest places for hunting ducks and geese in the entire state. Ncxt year will show whether or not the work performed has been of value. Last Sunday a number of Anaconda man who went there duck hunting took with them too pounds of wild rice and scat tered it about different parts of the lake near the shore. An effort is unow being made to secure the same anmout of wild celery seed, but some dficulty is being encountered, because of the scarcity ot that article this season. Step. are also being taken to secure a large quantity of rushes from other lakes, notably Red Rock lake, and these will Ihe planted about the shores of t1 i lake on Georgetown flats, so as to pro vitk a breeding place, for the feathered tribe. If the results of these efforts are such as might be reasonably expected, it will be but a few years until the George town flats will be noted tbroughout the state as a resort for hunters. Last Sunday those who visited the place were unable to get at the game for the reason that the ducks and geese stayed on the ice near the center of the lake. M. C. l.eonard succeeded in bagging a swan, the first that has been killed in this vicinity for several seasons. The men who are interested in making good hunting grounds of the flat are: Hen Mahan, Ilob Greig, Dick Dawson, Sam Salisbury and several other enthusiastic shootcrs from this city. AMUSEMENTS. "Bonnie Brier Bush." [$sr.:tAu. TO tIurn itorNrlTAN.I Anaconda, Nov. zI.-Mr. LaShelle has given Mr. Stoddart an excellent supporting company in the "Bonnie Brier Bush," and as exquisite a scenic production (by Joseph Physioc) as have been seen upon the stage in many a day. The cast includes these well-known names: Charles MacDonald, Thomas P. Jackson, Al. Phillips, Russell Bassett, J. It. Stoddart, Katherine Mulkins, Augustine Duncan, Bessie Baldwin, Reu benr Fax, James Anderson, Gertrude Robin son, Edith Taliaferre, Adelaide Cumming, Helen Hlolmes, R. C. Easton, William I-Hall, Lawrence Maxwell, M. D. Stepner. The "Bonnie Brier Bush" will appear at the Margaret tomorrow night, November 12, "Comedy of Errors." Eleanor Barry, Stuart Robson's leading woman in his present season's revival of "The Comedy of Errors," and who will be seen as Adriana in the coming engagement at the Margaret next Thursday evening, is regarded as ole of the most talented lead ing women on the American stage today. Miss Barry has been l.ominently placed in Mr. Robson's company for the last few sasons and before that was engaged in the support of some of the leading stars of the American stage. Her personality is full of grace and dignity and critics re gard her Adriana as one of the most pleas ing they have ever seen. "Rip Van Winkle." The sale of seats for Thomas Jefferson in "Rip Van Winkle" at the Margaret on Saturday evening, will open Thursday morning, and the indications are that they will be in big demand. Mr. Jefferson appeared here last season and gave excel lent satisfaction. Not only did he score a hit himself but he had the support of an admirable company, and the production was given in a true Jeffersonian manner. "Rip Van Winkle" is a delightful old play, and in the hands of the Jeffersons will live for years to come. Stuart Robson's revival of "The Comedy of Errors" is indeed one of the leading events of the present dramatic season. Mr. Robson always draws a large audience from his admirers in, this city, but if the receptions in other cities are carried out here the coming engagement at the Mar garet theater an Thursday night will be a most notable one. It has been many years since theater-goers have had the opportunity to see Mr. Robson as the Dromio of Syra cuse, one of his most delightful comedy presentations, and, as he has surrounded himself by an exceedingly strong organiaa tion, his coming appearance in ths city is of greatly added interest. REMAINS OF MRS. M. HAR.WOOD Shipped to New York After Services in the Durston Mansion. [IsIECIAt. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. I i.-J. H. Durston and Mrs. Durston accompanied the remains of Mrs. Martha Harwood, which were shipped last night to Syracuse, N. Y., for interment The funeral services were held yesterday at the Durstou home, Rev. Alfred Brown officiating. Mrs. Norbeck and Miss Marchion and Messrs. Roper and Dick of the Episcopal choir, sang. The pallbearers were Dr. J. F. Spelman, L. G. Smith, W\. W. Wals worth, F. C. Norbeck, John Odson and C. H. Eggleston. St. Paul's New Rectory. ISPECAIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. II.-The excavation of the basement for the new St. Paul's parish rectory has been completed by Dolan & Hamill, the contractors, and some of the preliminary foundation has been put in. It is expected to' have the new church completed early in the spring. She Must Leave Town, rsPECIALr TO INTER MOUNTAIN.o Anaconda, Nov. Ii.--Mrs. Edward Ma honey's husband dfdn.'t want to prosecute when the woman's case came up before Judge Hayes yesterday and the case was dropped on condition that she leave the city. MARTIN SCHIIEY WON'T TALKH U, S. BELIEVED BY POLICE THAT HF KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THE DEATH OF MRS. JENNIE MADISON. 3srucIAL TO INTaR MOVNTAIS.J Anaconda, Nov. ti.-Martin Schuey, the man who was arrested last week on suspicion of having some knowledge, is an indirect way, of the death of Mrs. Jennie Madison, which led to the subse quent suicide of her colored hushand, was removed front the county jail to St. Ann's hospital yesterday. Schue cannot or will not speak Eng lish in his lucid moments, which are few. He is sulfering from several cuts on the head and is delicious most of the time. He is also sufferiag from paralysis of the lower limbs. While his condition is not critical at the preseat time, it is very serious to say the least. At the time of his arrest it was par posed to keep him in confinement until he should be so far recovered as to be able to tell the police how he came by his injuries and to explain his presence ht the alley between Park and Commercial avenue on the night that the Madison woman came to her death. The theory of the police is that Schley was in the company of the woman and was surprised by the colored husband, that the latter gave chase to Schuey and hit him from the rear and also vented his ire on the woman. The present condi tion of Schuey renders it impossible to obtain any information whatever from him. DUTTON STILL ON THE EVIL. Temperance Lecturer Is Delivering His Lectures in Anaconda Yet. fRI'C.(IAV. TO INTER MOUNTANs.1 Anaconda, Nov. It.-Capt. W. C. Dut ton talked to a large audience at No. 309 East Park avenue last night on "The Saloon Business is Not a Legitimate Busq ss." Captain Dutton will lecture every even ing this week, and at the conclusion of the revival here will go to Butte in a special train accompanied by local temper ance workers, who will attend a big recep tion planned in that city. SAY HE BROKE INTO A HOUSE., James Cook Is Arrested on Warrant Issued by Justice Quane. [sPICIAr. To INTIa MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. I .--Constable Jake Rcntz went out to Gregson Springs last night and arrested James Cook on a war rant issued out of Justice Quane's court, charging him with breaking into the house of Mr. Dean of Anaconda. The prisoner was lodged in the city jail of Butte, but was brought to Anaconda this morning. lie will be tried for bur glary. FEAR EPIDEMIC OF FEVER School Board Finds That of the Scarlet Variety Is Prevalent. [SI'ECIAL TiO IaNTI: MOU'NTAIN.1 Anaconda, Nov. I .-The school board has fears of an epidemic of scarlet fever as there are already a number of cases. It is said that the health authorities are none too severe. The trustees will take the matter in hand and make an investigation of the condi tions. ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR Number of Butte Visitors Attend Meet ing in This City. [SIECIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. I I.--The Anaconda Chapter of the Eastern Star met last night in the Standard hall and there were a nunber of Butte ladies who came over to be in attendance. They were: Mrs. Charles Brebner and daughter, Mrs. J. If. Steels, Mrs. S. Wells, Mrs. F. S. Gray, Mrs. E. G. Davenport;, Mrs. Mark Wayman, Mrs. A. Williamni and Mrs. Grant Bartlett. MINING APFLICATION NO. 4579. U. S. Land Office. Helena, Montana, Co tober to, s9oa. Notice is hereby given, that Ida Leslia. whose postoffice address is Butte. Matt., has this day filed an application foar patent for szoo linear feet, the same be. ing for 460.5 feet in an easterly and o039.1 feet in a westerly direction from the point of discovery on the Gertrude Lode Mis ing Claim, situs.ted In (unorganized) min, ing district, Sitter Bow County, Montana, the position, omurse, and extent, of the said mining claim, designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey Number 63Jo Fractional Tuwnship Number 3 north, Range Number 7 west, a notice cf which was posted on the claim on the and day of October, saoa, and being more partic ularly set forth and described in the official notes and plat thereof on hle is this ofice, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at thu southwest locatloe corner, a granite stone 5xsoxao inbehe, as inches deep, marked 1-6350, for Cor. ner Number I, from whence the north east corner of Section 4, Township a north, Range 7 west bears south 49 de grees and 55 minutes east, sada feet; and running thence north *8 degrees aud 15 minutes west, 6o5 feet to Corner Num her a; thence north 69 degrees and 48 minutes cast, s1oo feet to Corner Numb, 3; thence south a8 degrees and as en* utes east, 6os feet to Corner Number 4; thence south 69 degrees and 48 minutes west 1500 feet to Corner Number s sad place of beginning. Containing an ares of so.63 acres as claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this mine is recor&de in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on page ... In book V of Deelag. story Statements. The adjoining claim on the east, the Glen Lode, unsurveyed, claimant -us known. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Regiter. J05 H. HARPER, U. S. Claim Agent. (First publication October 13, taos.Z NOIHING DOING IN THE M'GEARY CASE TRIAL WILL OPEN TOMORROW AF TERNOON-THIRTEEN JURYMEN UNDER OFFICIAL EYES. ISPECIAI. 10 I NTIR MOOLNTr.AIN. Anaconda, Nov. t.--There is nothing doing in the McGcary murder trial today, nor will there he until the return of the special venire of .oo names tomorrow afternoon at a o'clock. McGeary spent the night well in his cell at the county jail. and is. to all appearances, as unconcerned as he has been at any time during the past four months of his imprisonment. The :J men from the regular panel of jurors who stood yesterday's examination, spent the night at the Montana hotel, and are looking the town over and resting un dtr the watchful eye of Bailiff Redmond. They will continue this until there are further developments in the securing of a jury. It is thought that from the special venire a jury satisfactory to both parties in the case will be obtained. THEY WAIT WITH ANXIETY These Folks Have Taken the Civil Ser vice Examination. [(PIsrcAI. To INT.R MOI'NT.IN.I Anaconda, Nov. It.-Miss Elsie, Bertha Sawyer. Mamie N. Richards, Ethel Burk, J. i. Plusmmser and Warren I). Campbell recently took the civil service exaaamination for places in the postofflce. Their papers have been forwarded to W\ashington, and it will be some months before they are apprised of the result. There will be a meetng of the l.incoln Republican club this evening at 8 o'clock. All republicans requested to attend. Anaconda Briefs A. D. T. messengers-prompt, reliable. The Phil Sheridan Post meets tonight. W\. E. McCormick of Buffalo is in Ana conda. J. W\. Flynn of New York city is a guest of the Montana. D)r. Norcross and G. Rohl,;on of Ilutte visited in Anaconda yesterday. The Moulders' union will give a dance tomorrow evening. Mr. Henry Kleinhaus and wife and Mrs. .l. Kleinhaus were called to Great Falls suddenly by the death of Mrs. W. M. Hale. General Manager F. I. Cairns and Su perintendent H. 11. Nell of the new works left today for Oklahoma to be absent sev eral weeks shooting chickens and quail-. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met this afternoon in the parlors of the Methodist church and listened to Miss Lillie, who has just returned from Singa pore. 'There will be services tonight for those who are interested in missions. Third Time is Charge. [liu ASSO('IArTE I'Ess.I] Tonopah, Nev., Nov. ii .-Frank (oll en's jewelry store was robbed last night of watches, diamonds and moncy to the amount of $3,0oo. 'this is the third rob bery that has occurred recently and it is surmised that an organized band of thieves is located here. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4597. United States Land Office, Helena, Mon tana, Oct. 16, 5goa. | Notice is hereby given that Henry Smith, John F. Nettle, Alberta Dygert and the Thompson Investment company, whose postoffice address la Butte, Men tansa, have this day filed their application for a patent for 861.5 linear feet, being 49 feet southwesterly and 81a.5 feet north easterly from discovery shaft of the Brook side Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the roth day of October, 9go2, situated In Summit Valley, unor ganized, Mining District, Silver Bow county, Montana, designated as Survey No. 6719, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly des:ribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at corner No. r, which is the point of intersection of the first course of Survey No. 1533, with the fourth course of Survey No. 937t, a granite stme set in the ground, with a mound of earth and otone alongside, and markes s-6719 for Cor ner No. r, from which the southeast corner of Section 17, Township 3 north. Range 7 west, bears south 61 degrees and :8 min utes west, 8640 feet, and running thence north 52 degrees ino minutes west, so5 feet; thence north 62 degrees 53 minutes east, 3s.5 feet; thence north 8o degrees 47 miinutes east, 693.5 feet; thence south sa degrees io minutes cast :25.5 feet; thence south 45 degrees 55 minutes west, 69o.5 feet; thence south 88 degrees as minutes west, 5.6 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 7.35 acres, of which 4.44 acres are in conflict with Surves No. 2937 and 5351, not claimed, leavint s.9t acres claimed by the above named appli canta The location of this claim is of record in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Book "V" of Lode Locations, on page 337. The adjoining claims to these premise, are on the north Survey No. 34or, Horse Canyon Lode, lot 334, and Survey No. 3948, Memorial Lode; on the east Survey No. 5351, Cleveland Lode; on the south Survey No. 5533, Mountain Lion Lode, lot a18, and on the west Survey No. 3937, Cub Lode. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAM'JEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. (First Publication Oct. iS, sqoa.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4579. U. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana, Oc tober so, 1goa. Notice is hereby given, that Ida Leslie, whose postofflce address Is Butte, Silver Bow county, Mout., has this day filed an application ofr a patent for 1soo linear feet, the same being for 54og feet in an easterly and gr feet In a westerly direc tion from the point of discovery on the Constitution Lode Mining Claims, sltuate in (anorganised) mining district, Silver Bow County, Montana, the positiea, course, and extent, of the said mining claim, designated by an ofials survey thereof, as Survey Number 6549 Prac tional Township Number 3 north, Range Number 7, west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the and day of October, apos, and being more particularly set forth and described in the oflcial field notes and plat thereof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest location corner, a granite stone, 6xtoxaa inches, -6 inches deep, marked 16349 from whence the northeast corner to Section 4, Township a north, range 7 west, bears south a8 degrees and 40 minutes west, -365.5 feet, and running thence north 73 degrees to minutes east, s1500oo feet to Cor ner Number a; thence north 33 degrees and as minutes west, 6as feet to Corner Number js; thence south 73 degrees and so minutes west, Isoo feet to Corner Num ber 4: thence scouth 33 degrees and a2 minutes east 6ss feet to Corner Number ., and place of beginning, containing an area of 20.63 neres, claimed by the above named applicant for patent. The location of this mine is recorded fa the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on page 460 in book N o; Lodes. Bounded on the south by Survey utnm her 6348, the Columbia Placer, Joseph H. Harper, applicant. FRANK U). MIRACLE., Register. JOS. H. IARPER, U. S. Claim Agent. (First publication October is, epos.) Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICA6O AND FAST ROUTR OP THE PIONEER LIMITED FAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agents sell ti,l kt s via the Milwalkee road. Fur low rates to atll ploint alddress \V. R. I)IXON, N. \V. 1'. A., St. Patl. Denver & Rio(Grande and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Fall and Winter Seasons The journey to the East via Salt Lake City and along the shores of the treat Salt lIake through beau tiful Glenwood, Colorado Springs and Denver is one of uninter rupted delight in winter as well as in summer. In fact, the fall and winter seasons adds but a new grandeur and charm to the travel scenes and infuses an element of variety and beauty to the unsur. passable wonders along the Rio Grande Western and Denver & Rio Grande lines. Through sleep ing and ditting car service. Per. sonally conducted weekly excur sions. For rates or information apply to, W. C. McBRIDE, Gen. Agent. Ticket Office 47 E. Broadway, Butte GEORGE W. IIEINTZ, Assistant Gen. Pass. Al., Salt Lake City. Pullman Dining and Library Car Route To SALT LAKE DENIVEIL KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS end AIl Eastern Poetns bSort Line to Colorado, Arizoau sad Iezim aa Franscisc LNs iAgetl (Oseoa or ralL) Portland And ail Pacdle Coast Polat Depart.. s:oS a. m.I :45 a. m..Arrivt Depart ..4:5o p. ma. 4:40 p. m..Arrive Ticket Office, 105 N. Main otree Butte. Montana. H. 0. WIL.ION. General All Atchison,Topeka & Santa fe Ry. Co. SANTA FE ROUTE 3 Trains D lly 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 AriL sona. For particulars about the RE DUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F. WARREN, General Agent, 4C5 D.oly Btock, Salt Lake City, Utah. BUTTE, ANACONDA & PACIFIC RAIL. WAY COMPANY PASSENGER TIME-TABLE. WESTDOUNI). Leave Arrive No. Butte. Anaconda. r-B., A. & P. L. 7 :oo a.m. :So a;m. 3--B., A. & P. L. o:oo a. m. to:so am. --R., A. & P. L. I:ao p. m. .: s p.m. 7---1., A. & P. L. 4:So p. . 5:45 p.m. 9--l., A. & P. L. r :45 p.m. a:4o0 a, m. EASTBOUND. Leave Arrive No Anaconda. Butte. a-lI., A. & P. L.. 4:Sa5. in. 5:ooa.m. 4---R., A. & P. .. 8:3o a. inm. 9:2 a.m. 6-fl., A. & P. L..r:ona. m. Ia:lop.m. 8--R., A. & P. L.. 3:20 p. i. 4:r p. m. to--.., A. & P. 1.. 7:osp.m. 8:oop.nm. To make connection with Northern Pa cific railway, wrethound, trains at Durant leave Anaconda at i :20 a. in., 3:so p. m. and 7:oS p. nm. To make connection with Northern Pa cific railway. ,:nathlnond, trains at ...'te leave An;aconda at r r :2n a. m. and 7:05 p.m. To make connection with Oregon Short Line railrnnad at Silver ,low. leave Ana connlda at ,3::n p. m. T'ic'.rts on sale at ('ity Ticket Office (G. N. Iy. ), No. 41 Nrrth Alain street, and at Psasenger Station, Uitte, Anaconda & Pa. cifie I:ailway. NORTH COAST LIMITED A Observatien Cars Electrsl Lighted Steam Heated EUTTB SCHBDULU Arrive. Depart. WESTBOUNI) No. t--orth Coast .iuited . ..... .... :oo p.m. 7 :to p. . No. 5--l It rlitngton Express .. ......I :SI p. tm. A :o p. t. No. a; Iitter Rout I.ocal ......... - ---- - .1:31 p. in. No. rj--Twin (City Express ........ i :n a. m. ----- EAS TBt : NI). No. - North 'oast l.imitad ........ 1 :40 a. m. 2 :Sn a. ni (Sleeper for this train open at g :j0 p. in. for reception I of passengers. No 6 -- lurlington Express ........ r 2a p. n I ::I p.n. No. K--Bfitter Hoot Local. ......... r :45 P). m.. No. ........ --- in i -- Elx pre ........ - :30, p.a, "l)aily exerpt Sullday. No. I North (Coast I.,nited, from St. Paul and Eastern points, to the 'arlew coast. No. 2 North 'lnast l.lmnited, trul the iPaei coasi t to St. Paul, Duluth and prin cipal l'a..tcnr pointq. No.5 iturlingtol Elxpres, fromn K;,ansas (City and all It. & MAR.. uniots, and :all N. I'. poitl west o Itillings toI Seattle, Tacoma. N o . 1 ulhnlillng h IE xpre ..s, 1no T ,lc. m a to Seattle, to lIllin, and all It. & M. R. pointls. No. 7 liltter ItRot I Heal, start. It ron Iitte for .dis.oula, HaI m:ilton and all intermedi ate points. No. 8 titter Root L.cdal, from liamiltoa and P'hilipslhnrg. points. No.14 Local connection with Twin City Express for St. P'autl, and; all pointls East. i'assengers for Twin Hronges, .4ieridan, Alder, P'uy and Norris Ibranlches leave Butte oln .o. 14, anil arrive inlltutte front these Ioi:tns on No. 5 Trains on these Iranchlles do not run Sundays. W. II. MI IhItRIMAN. Genctral Agent, corner Main and Park streets. The 6(nleman from Washington writes us this inessage of good cheer: "laving just returned from a trip to New England, I desire to complitment you upon the excellent service rendrred by the Burling ton."-Wm. Goodyear, The Com moner, Colfax, Wash. An editor of a good paper ought to know what he writes. Three routes east--via IBillings, St. Paul and Denver. H. F. RMUCE. leM,, s. lastrs reasu, nus, sots; SllIngos. Mtn . The Best Friend the Northwest IEver Had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily. 8:ao p. Great Falls local, daily...... 9:4 1. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, dali .... '...g 4s p.. From Great Falls sad Heena, d il, .... ..........". .s 3 :So p.s FULL INFORMATION PROM City Ticket Oflf, Ne. 4s North Malm istrt, Buttsk . 3. Dsw.aua, Gsuslr Asse.