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I INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENTi
REPUBLICANS ARE FAVORING RECOUNT BUT SEEM TO THINK MISS MARCH ION HERSELF SHOULD TAKE THE INITIAL STEPS. [SPECIAL TO INTIR MOI:UNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. I1.-It is understood that a large number of republicans favor a recount of the votes cast at the recent election in Deer Lodge county. Many think that such a course would result in the installation of a republican superin tendent of schools. The close contest between Miss Marchion and Miss Mahoney and the dis pute over the counting of what are alleged to have been improperly marked labor bal lots makes the question and outcome an interesting one for these two candidates at least. A number of prominent members of the party have signified their willingness to subscribe to an expense fund to be used to bring about a recount, but think that Miss Marchlon should take the initial steps in asking for a recount. The lates report concerning the irregu larities is that some of the ballots were not officially stamped. Many of the labor people have signified a willingness to have a recount in order to settle the dispute. IMPORTANT MATTERS TO COME BEFORE LABORITES Incidentally Tonight, They Will Do a Little More Jollifying Over Their Victory. [SI.ItI SI. TO INTER M101' TAI.N.] Anaconda, Nov. 12.--There will be a meeting of the Deer T.odge l.abor club at the headquarters on East Commercial ave nue, tonight, and it is likely a number of matters of interest will be taken up. One of the questions to be discussed is that of changing the name of the club, dropping the labor cognomen and adopting the socialist name. The majority of the members are in favor of the change. There is a proposition also to hold a rati fication meeting to celebrate the results of the election from a socialist and labor standpoint, but the plan is opposed by some of the candidates. Another question of moment will be that of the division of the spoils, and queries as to what appointments will be made by the sheriff and treasurer-elect will con sunme important time. James Riordan, president of the club, is being urged for the position of under sheriff. MARTIN SCHUEY LIES IN ST. ANN'S IN BP) WAY Condition of Follow Who Is Thought to Know All About the Murder of Madison Girl Precarious. [SPECIAL TO INTER MO'NTAIN. - Anaconda, Nov. 12.-Martin Schucy, who was connected by the police with the death of Mrs. Robert Madison, the woman believed to have been murdered by her colored husband, who afterwards commit ted suicide, is at St. Ann's hospital in a precarious condition. Schuey was found by Policeman Arm strong lying in a pool of blood not far from where the woman's body lay. At the jail Schuey told conflicting stories as to how he came by the wounds. Monday Schuey was removed to the hospital, where he has failed to rally and his death is expected at any time. Schucy is a married man, and his wife and two children live here. It is the theory of the police that he was with the Madison woman when her colored husband camle upon them and struck Schucy and then choked his wife to death. Funeral of Mrs. Schultz. [SPIELIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. 12.---The funeral of Mrs. Frances Schultz, who died Monday with apoplexy, will be h'fld tomorrow morning from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trunk, No. 312 Cedar street. Ser vices will be held in St. Peter's Catholic church and interment will be in the Catholic cemetery. He Will Write Ads Here. [SPi'CIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. t2.---Earl R. Smith, the "ad." writing expert, is here from Portland, Ore., to take charge of the ad vertising of the Adams department store. Mr. Smith is one of the best "ad." writers in the western country, and has a list of 35 department stores whose advertising lie looks after. He Is Still at It. [SPECIAi. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. tz.-Capt. W. C. Dutton had another large audience last night at No. 309 East Park avenue, to listen to his lecture on "The Saloon an Enemy of Legi timate Business." Captain Dutton will speak again tonight on the good accom plished by temperance work. 'There will be a meetng of the Lincoln Republican club this evening at 8 o'clock. All republicans requested to attend. 00000000000000000000000000 0 a o The Daly Bank and Trust O 0 Company of Anaconda o S Anaconda, Montana. 0 o 0 o General banking In all branches. 0 o Sell exchanges on New York, Chi-. 0 cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran- o a csco, etc., and draw direct on the 0 o principal cities of England, France, 0 0 Ireland, Germany and the Orient. o o L:tositq of m,..to and upward re- o 0 cived. a o Correspondents ,o 0 National City bank, New York; p o First National bank, Chicago; First o O National bank, St. Patl; Omaha 0 0 National bank, Omaha; Bank oft a California, San Francisco. o o John R. Toole, President; M, B. o Greenwood, Vice President; Louis o o V. Bennett, Cashier; C. .Nor. 0 . beck, Assistant Cashier. 00000ooooo0ooooooooooooooooood ON MONDAY NIGHT THEY WILL GATHER LINCOLN REPUBLICAN CLUB ARE TO HAVE NEW QUARTERS-IN DORSE W. R. ALLEN. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. ta.-Meetings of the Lincoln Republican club will hereafter be held in the photographic studio of Thomas Kerlin, on Main street, and a meeting will be called there for next Monday night, when matters of interest to all of the members will come up for discussion. The club has indorsed W. R. Allen of Deer Lodge county for speaker of the legislature. Copies of the resolutions in dorsing Mr. Allen have been sent out over the state. MRS. BLISS GETS DIVORCE AND ANACONDA RESIDENCE Testimony of Wogk Is Instrumental in Securing the Decree-Saw Them Together in a Resort. [ rPEIAL. TO INTER MOL.N1T4IN.] Anaconda. Nov. I2.-An order for a decree of divorce was entered in Judge Napton's court yesterday in the case of Mrs. Arthur Bliss against Arthur Bliss. The defendant in the suit is the man who went away some months ago with Mrs. Ella Austin. 'Testimony was given yesterday by Mrs. Bliss to show the relations existing bIe tween her husband and the woman, and Frank Wogk testified to having seen the couple together in Colorado Springs last summer. Mrs. Bliss was given the custody of the two children and the Bliss home in this city. SCHOOL FURNITURE IS TO BE PURCHASED ALL RIGHT Board Finally Lets Contracts-Building When Finished and Furnished Will Be as Good as the Best. [SPEI uI. TO INTER MlOt'N .Si N Anaconda, Nov. i.--At last the con tracts for the purchase of school furni ture for the new high school building have been let by the school board. The vexatious delays have ended. The new building is nearly completed, and when it is finally turned over for use, completely furnished with modern and up-to-date equipment, it will be an edifice of which every resident of Anaconda may well feel proud. Following the awarding of the con tracts last night, the board took up the scarlet fever question and decided to call upon County Attorney Duffy to enforce the quarantine law in cases of contagious diseases. ( Anaconda Briefs A. D. T. messengers-prompt, reliable. C. W. Smut of Great Falls is registered at the Montana. Mrs. H. T. Van Ells of Butte was an Anaconda visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones are visiting in this city from Danielsville. Thomas Rabbitt and wife of Butte are visiting friends in Anaconda. M. E. Knowles of Helena is in the city and is a guest at the Montana. Percy Graham and James Boyle are confined in the city jail on a charge of vagrancy. Dr. O. Y. Warren of Warm Springs was in the city yesterday afternoon and evening. A license was issued yesterday for the marriage of William Manor and Margaret McCaffery. The Twentieth Century and the Cop peropolis clubs will hold a joint meeting tnis evening. The Catholic Ladies' Aid society met this afternoon with Mrs. Ford on East Fourth street. Fred B. Smith has returned to Ana conda after a business trip of six weeks in Eastern cities. German Lutheran services will be held in the Scandinavian church tonight by the Rev. M. Hudloff. John Pegini, who was injured at the Washoe smelter yesterday, is being treated at St. Ann's hospital. John Harrington reports that a lot of linen was stolen from his clothes line re cently while the washing was hanging out to dry. Chief of Police Taylor and his patrol men have received an invitation to attend the police ball given in Butte, November 14, by the bluecoats of that city. The Ladies' Aid society of the Metho dist Episcopal church will hold a social in the church Thursday evening. A good program will be rendered and refresh ments served. R. E. Leppert, for more than two years past connected with the art department of the Standard, has resigned his position here to go with a New York publishing house. Mr. and Mrs. Leppert will leave for the East in a few (lays. E. J. Munger of Bozeman arrived in this city last night to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of J. Gibbs Davies as manager of the Western Union telegraph office here. Mr. and Mrs. Davies leave for the East in a very short time. Robert Harris, who was arrested yes terday by Officer Hartz, is charged with having robbed an unknown man in a sa loon of $5. The man supposed to have been robbed failed to put in an appearance and the police are up against it. Friends of Harris say he is a hard-working young man with a good reputation. Mr. Probabilities sent word from Wash ington to his underling here last evening that there would be snow and a blizzard. This time the man guessed right and snow came in small chunks with an indication later of the blizzard so long deferred. The people of Anaconda are guessing again as to how the,prediction and the snow hap pened to come along at the same time. POLICE ARE AFTER BUNCH OF VAGS MAKE DESCENT UPON PLACES WHERE TRAMPS AND HOBOES ARE SUPPOSED TO HANG OUT. [SPrI:IAL. TO INTEIR MOtNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. I:.--Night Chief of Police O'llricn, ()fficer Fitzpatrick and Constable l~entz made a dcscent upon numerous places last night with the in tention of cleaning out the hoboes, sus picious characters anl vegs. The result of their tour of inspection was the arrest of two men, Percy Graham and James Boyle, both arrested on a charge of va grancy and being without visible means of support. There is a very pleasing scarcity of the tough and idle element known as hoboes in Anaconda at the present time. The two arrested last night will appear in police court this afternoon. J. S. COOK IS ALLOWED TO AO0 Complaint Says a Mistake Was Made and Case Is Dismissed. IsPrFcIIAI. To INTER MOiNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. t2.-J. S. Cook, who was arrested at (Gregson Springs, Monday niglht by Constable Jake Rents on a war rant sworn out by W. II. Dean, charging the theft of 57 pounds of maccaroni, was released from custody yesterday. Dean asked that the complaint be with drawn, stating that a mistake had been made. Hospital Notes. [SPI(I.tI. TO tNiTE stah.N fsA,.] Anaconda, Nov. zs..---Gavit Malcolm, employed at the new works, was admitted to the hospital this morning suffering from a severe burn on one of his hands. lie will be unable to resume work for several days. Frank Fitzgerald, the electrician who received a broken leg from a ladder breaking under him some time ago, is getting along nicely and his limb will soon be freed front the plaster cast. G. A. llutchinson, who has been con fined in the hospital for some time past with pneumonia, is convalescing rapidly and will soon have recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital. AMUSEMENTS. "The Comedy of Errors." With the craze for the dramatized novel and the rush for the society play, it is in deed a relief here and there in the pres ent theatrical season to find some such bright spot as the coming of Stuart Rob son and his strong company in a revival of "The Comedy of ]:rrors." Thlie pro duction is presented on an elaborate scale, is richly dressed and Mr. Robson, who himself is without a rival as an interpreter of classic comedy, has surrounded him self with toe strongest possible organiza tion. The company comes to the Mar garct theater tomorrow night. "Rip Van Ninkle." The sale of seats for 'I homas Jeffe'r son in "Rip Van Winkle" will open to morrow morning at Smith's drug store for his appearance here on Saturday night of this week, when WVashington Irving s celebrated masterpiece, which has been made famous by the JelTersons, will again be presented by this splendid actor and an excellent supporting company. The story' of Rip Van Winkle is famniiar to almost. every American and they have grown to love the charming vagabond just as the children in the grand old fable did. She Gets Her Divorce. [SPrEIAI. TO INTI'R MIOUNTAIN.I Anaconda, Nov. I2.---Judge Napton yesterday granted a divorce to Florence F. Bertrand, who charged her husband, Frank Bertrand, with desertion. The couple were married in Anaconda April 27, 1901. Now Will He Be Good? [SPECIAL TO INTER sOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. 12.---Mat Veniske wa fined $io and costs by Justice Quane yes terday for threatening to hit Mrs. John Laslovich with a rolling pin. About Ready to Resume. [SPECIAL TO INT1i;R MOUNTAIN., Anaconda, Nov. 12.-Everything is in readiness for the resumption of business at the Black Diamond Coal company's mine north of Anaconda. The big new boiler has been installed and has sufficient capac ity to keep the pumps going day and night. ABOUT THE TREASURE STATE Keep Your Eye on This Column if You Want to Learn the News of Montana By the New Year. Billings, Nov. I2.-E. F. Staples, with large force of men, intends to complete the new shops for the Northern Pacific by January i. Married in Billings. Billings, Nov. :2.--lerman E. Wyman and Mabel M. Newman were united in marriage by Rev. Allen of the Methodist church last evening. Killed by His Child. Billings, Nov. 12.---P'rvate advices re ceived here state that James Barton, post master at Arvada, Wyo., was shot and in stanly killed by his daughter, an unmar ried woman. She Wants to Be Free. Great Falls, Nov. 12.-Marie St. John has brought suit for divorce against her husband, Jeremiah St. John, whom she accuses of "cruelty, infamous conduct and failure to provide." Married in Fort Benton. Fort Benton, Nov 1a.-Frank O'Neal and Miss Lena Marsh of Chinook were married here today by Rev. Springfellow of the Episcopal church. The groom was a democratic candidate for the legislature. They Are Off Their Bases. Missoula, Nov, ra.-William Anderson Is charged with insanity owing to the be lief that some one is trying to transfer 1HEUMATISM Rubbiug with linimeats,blistering,the ap. plication of plasters; itl fact anuything that will produce counter-irritation, is good for external treatment of Rheumatism, but these simple remedies do not reach the seat of the disease nor touch the real cause, and relief is therefore only temporary. Rheumatism is due to Uric Acid and other irritant poisons in the blood, and as it circulates through the system, these acid poisons are deposited in the muscles joints and nerves, anti exposure to night air, cold east winds, or any suddnct change in the weather, will bring on b..t an attack which may last for a few days or linger on for mtonths. " i very battle with -Rhcumntismt leaves Sthe blood in poorer condition, while the corroding acids are gradually consuming the oils and fluids that lubricate the muscles and joints, and they become stiff and sometimes immovable. Rheumatism, with its sharp, cutting pains, can never be conquered until the acll hblood has been cleansed and puri fled, and all irritating substances neutral ited and filtered out of the system, and nothing does this so promptly and effec tually as S. S. S. Trnder the purifying and tonic effects of this vegetable rem edy the blood is made pure, the general health is rapidly built tip and the sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing, nagging pains of Rhcunmatisn. Get rid of Rheu matism before it makes you a ner vous, peevish crimple, or pin racieet lnvalid. Write for our special book on Rheuma. tism, which will le sent free. The Swift Seooit Co.. Atlanta, Ga. hium to celestial spheres. (;us Zosal lhas the jimmies in the county jail. Fred Inabit Goes in a Bit. Iillitngs, Nov. 2.--Fred Ina:bit has been appointed cashier of Yegen lrothlers' baink, succeeding J. E. Kurtz appointed tempoll, rarily in place of Mr. Ihuria, who re signt, to miake the race for county treas tit-cr. Small Freight Wreck. Missoula. Nov. I.--A small freight wreck on the Northern Pacific west of here delayed traffic six hourne yesterday m0orning. A freight ran into i rock slide iand cars were scattered over the track. Nobody iijured. Merely Defended Himself. (;reat Falls. Nov. a .-- J. I. Stevens, deputy coillector of custoln',s at (;lasgow, liho killed lilly IIuIlphrey in Iireenan's :alIn \Wednesday nIight, has been re leased from custody. the evidenre taken showing uinistakaldy that Steveins acted in self defense. New Dam Next Year. I lavre. Nov. i. . --'yrts C. Blabh. of the i itied States geological survey, has left for an Eastern trip after several months' work about St. Mary's lake. There are still parties inI the field and Mr. liabb states that work oii the coinstructioni of the big darn will begin next May. Quarrelled Over Chickens. lorzeman, Nov. IJ.- Assault in the sec onid degree is the tlharge against Alex Curry, who was broiight *ere by Sheriff Fowler from Storr's last inight. Curry hit Frank Hohart and 1brke his jaw. and then hurried to a justice court anm paid a fine of $10. The men quarrelled over so.me c.ickens. MINING AI'PLICATION NO. 4597. United States Land Office, Helena, Mon tana, Oct. :6, 90os. Notice is hereby given that Henry Smith, John F. Nettle, Alberta Dygert and the Thompson Investment company, whose postoffice address id Butte, Mon tana, 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 soth day of October, 19o2, situated in Summit Valley, uror gantized, 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. I, which is ;he point of intersection of the first course of Survey No. :533, with the fourth course of Survey No. 2937, a granite s,.:e set in the ground, with a mound of ear'h and atone alongside, and nmarkear 1-6719 for Cor ner No. s, from which the southeast corner of Section 17, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 6z degrees and iS min utes west, 8640 feet, and running thence north 5a degrees so minutes west, 5o5 feet; thence north 6a degrees 53 minutes east, 310o.5 feet; thence north So degrees 47 minutes east, 693.5 feet; thence south 5s degrees to minutes east 125.5 feet; thence south 45 degrees 5s minutes west, 69o.5 feet; t.ience south 88 degrees 15 minutes west, 163 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 7.35 acres, cf which 4.44 acres are in conflict with Surv.vs No. 2o37 and 5351, not claimed, leaving a.91 acres claimed by the above named apipli cants. 'l'me 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 premises are on the north Survey No. 54o0, Horse Canyon Lode, lot 334, and Survey No. 3948, Memorial Lode; ofl the east Survey No. 535r, Cleveland Lode; on the south Survey No. 1533, Mountain Lion Lode, lot a18, and on the west Survey No. a937, Cub Lode. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAM'JEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. (First Publication Oct. :8, igos.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4579. t1. S. Land Office, Helena, Montana, Oc tober so, o1902. Notice is hereby given, that Ida Leslie, whose postoffice address is Butte, Silver Bow county, Mont., has this day filed an application ofr a patent for zSoo linear feet, the same being for 14o9 feet In an easterly and 91 feet in a westerly direc tion from the point of discovery on the Constitution Lode Mining Claim, sltsuate. in (unorganized) mining district, Silver Bow County, Montana, the position, course, and extent, of the said mining claim, designated by an official survey thereof, as Survey Number 6349 Frac tional Township Number 3 north, Range Number y west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the and day of October, oaes, and being more particularly set forth and described in the offcial feld notes and plat thereof on file in this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest location corner, a granite stone, 6xtoxua inches, s6 inches deep, marked 1.6349 from whence the northeast corner to Section 4, Township a north, range 7 west, bears south a8 degrees and 40 minutes west, 3365.5 feet, and running thence north 73 degrees to minutes east, asoo feet to Cor. ner Number a; thence north 33 degrees and as minutes west, bas feet to Corner Number J; thence south 73 degrees and to minutes west, ,soo feet to Corner Num ber 4; thence south 33 degrees and as minutes cast 6aJ feet to Corner Number t, and place of beginning, containing an area of 2o.63 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 460 in book N of .ndes. Bounded on the south by Survey Num ber 6348, the Columbia Placer, Joseph H. Harper, applicant, FRANK V. MIRACL.., Register. JOS. H. HARPER, U. S. Claim Agent. (Pirst publication October s t, toos.) Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Faul Ry. To CHICAGO AND [AST ROUTE OF TRE PION[EER LIMITED FAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agents stll tiickets via the .Milwaukee road. For low rates to all poilnts adhress W. II. IXO)N. N. W. I'. A.. St. l'aul. Denver & Rioirande and the Rio irande Western Travel During Fall and Winter Seasons The journey to the iast via Salt Lake City and along the blhores of the Great Salt I.ake through beau. tiful Glenwood, Colorado Springs and Denver is one of uninter rupted delight in wintcr as well as in summter. In fact, tihe fall and winter seasons adds but a new grandeur and charm to the travel scenes atnd infuses all eIlcIement of variety and beauty to tile unsur passable wonders along the R(io Grande Western and Denver & Rio Grande lines. Thlrough sleep lng and dining car service. Per sonally conducted weekly excur sions. For rates or information apply to, W. C. McBRItDR, Gen. Agent. Ticket Office 47 I. Broadway, Bfltte GEORGEI W. IIIl'NTZ, Assistant Gent. Pass. Agt., Salt L.ake City. Pullman Dining and Library Car Route TO SALT LAKE DENVEIL KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS and Ell Isto·rn Polnta Short Lime to Colerado, Arizona and Molico San Francisco, Los Angele (Ocoa or [adl) Portland And a; Pacile Coast Polnta Depart.. s:os a. m. a:45 a. m..Arrlve Depart .4:5s p. m. 4:4o p. m..Arrive Ticket Office, 105 N. Main btree Butte, Montana. H. Q. WILSON. General Agt Atchison,Topeka S& Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA FE ROUTB 3 Trains Daily From Denver to Kansas City and Chli cago. Also the direct line to Galves ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico and Ari zonl. For particulars about the RE. DUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F. WARREN, General Agent, 411 Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. BUTTE, ANACONDA & PACIFIC RAIL. WAY COMPANY PASSENGER TIME-TABLE. WESTBOUND. Leave Arrive No. Butte. Anaconda. i-B., A. & P. L. L. :oo a. .m. :o a.m. 3-f., A. & P. L. to:ooa. m. lo:soa.m. s-B., A. & P. L. 1:aop.m. :ts p.m. 7-B., A. & P. L. 4:5o p.m. 5:45 p.m. 9-B., A. & P. L. t p:45p.m. a:4oa. m. EASTBOUND. Leave Arrive No Anaconda. Butte. a-B., A. & P. L. 4:ta. in. ,5:ooa. m. 4--8.. A. & P. L. 8:30 a. m. ' 9:S a.m. 6-fl., A. & P. L. t :aoa. m. is:top.m. 8-R1., A. & P. L. 1:2o p. m. 4:15p.m. to-ll., A. & P. 1.. 7:oS p. m. 8:oo p. m. To make connection with Northern Pa cific railway, westbound, trains at Durant leave Anaconda at i :ao a. in., 3:2o p. m. and 7:o5 p. im. To make connection with Northern Pa cific railway, eastbound, trains at B:tte leave Anaconda at i t :Ja a. m. and 7:os p.m. To make connection with O()regon Short l.ine railroad at Silver ilow, leave Ana conda at 3:an p. m. Tic!.eta on sale at City Ticket Office (G. N. Ry.), No. 41 North Main street, and at Passenger Station, lButte, Anaconda & Pa cific Railway. NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars I 'L Electric Lighted SSteam Heated LUTTB SCIIEiDUL8 Arrive. Depart. WVESTIROUN l No. i--sorthl (oast I.hnited .. ........7: p. in. 7;:to p. m. No. 5- -It u rlington Express .........I So p. t. a :so p. int. No. 27- Bitter Root I.ocal' - --- 3:3itP. m. No. .- -'l'Twin City E'xprers ........ I :05 a. . ----- EASTBO L tND. No. 2 -North ('oast l.imit cd ........ ' :40 a. mi. s :50 a. tt. (Slcrper for this train open ait 9 :,o ip. mi. for reception of piassentgers. No 6 --- lurlington Express ........ :.i * p.m. rr::j p. m. No. Bitiler Root I.ocal. ......... I :45 I' i. No. 14- Twii (ity Express ........ - --- :.1 p. In lDaily except Sunday. No. I North (Coast 1.nnited, iatl St. Pattil alld Easterl poinllts, to tlie I'actfic cfnr:t. No. 2 Noirth ('oast l.iimittd, from. the I'acific coast to St. l':ul, I)iltl atnd prin eipal EIasl'rn poi, ts. No.$ Iturlington Express, from IKansas ( 'ity and all It & M. . . . ointu , a d all N. I'. Ipointi ow.,t f Ilillinl.: to Seattle, No. 6 ltirl ingtotn Express, from Tacoima io Seattle, to Illings a d at ll it. & M. R. poinlts. No. 7 Itittlr Rioot I ocal. starit from ItButte for .dir.sitila, Ilia ilto and till intcrmtedi ate points. No. 8 Ilitler Rott Local, from llaImilton and I'hilipshurg. No. 13 I.ocal ronnectioi from Twin City Exprress (romn St. Patil and all Eastern points. No.Is l.oal coonnection with Twin C:it) Express for St. P'aul, aind all points East. I'assengers for 'Twin Bringes., Sneridan, Alder. Pl'oy and Norris branches leave Butte on "o. 14, and arrive in lhutte from these prlints on No. 5 Trains on these hralltches do Inot rlunl Sunlldlays. W. II. MEIltRIMAN, enieral Agent, curlier Main and Park stret 1s. The cntlleman From Washington writes u. thii tessage of good cheer: "llaving just returned from a trip to New England, I desire to compliment you upon tihe excellent service rendiered by the Burling ton."-Wn,. (;oodlyear, Tile Conm moner, Colfax, Wash. An editor of a good paper ought to know what he writes. Three routes east-via Iillings, St. Paul and Deliver. N. F. RUoC . Aw es ai a bestireadwe. autte, MeN. H. n. SUCUR, Osnerml gentf, Bllings, MenLt The Best friend the Northwest Ever Had ,,The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Paul and East, daily.8 :30 p. m. Great Falls local, daily......p :4 s.m. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily........:45 p. m. From Great Falls and Helena, daily .... . ..3:5o p.m. BULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket OfLee, No. 49 North Male street, Butte. . E. Dawea, General Agent.