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MODERN WOOOMEN HEAR ADDRESSES IDAHO OFFICIAL AND DEPUTY HEAD CONSUL OF MONTANA GIVE THEM THE GOOD DOPE. [SPELIAL TO INTER MofNTrAIN.1 Anaconda, Nov. i3.-The Anaconda, camp of Modern Woodmen of America held a special meeting of their camp last night at their hall on East Commercial avenue. T. C. Barkely, one of the prin cipal officers of the Idaho organization of camps, was present and delivered an ad dress of considerable length on the prin ciples of Woodmainam. Mr. Roe, the deputy head consul of Montana, with headquarters in Butte, was also present and gave the local Wood men food for thought. After the close of the speaking and the regular work of the lodge a sumptuous banquet was spread and the Woodmen fell to and en joyed themselves at the table until a late hour. SAYS SCHOOLS OUGHT TO CLOSE WHILE IT RAGES County Attorney Duffy Thinks Scarlet Fever Epidemic Can Be Stamped Out by That Means. [SPECIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. iz.-County Attorney Duffy favors the closing of the public schools here on account of the epidemic of scarlet fever. The attorney was asked the other day by the school board to take steps to enforce the quarantine law. but after investigating Mr. Duffy an nounced that the wisest course at present was to close the schools. The official says the germs of the dis ease have spread throughout the city and that the only relief he can suggest is to shut up the schools until the disease is stamped out. The school board has had the as sistance of the city health officer, Dr. Evans, in its efforts to prevent an epi demic and every case reported has re ceived careful attention and all possible precautions have been adopted. The city physician asks for the co-operation of every resident of Anaconda and every physician in trying to stop the spread of the disease. SAYS SHE IS FULL OF GLASS Birdie Shafer Charged with Threatening to Do a Man Bodily Harm. [SPECIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. 13.-Birdie Shafer, colored, insisted that she was full of glass when arrested last night by Spe cial Officer Trudell. The woman is charged by Joseph Sihofer with having threatened to do hiin bodily injury. County Physician Feenan was called but was unable to say whether the woman had really swallowed glass as she claimed. ANACONDA COUPLE MARRIED Married by Rev. Macurdy, They Will Reside in This City. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda. Nov. r3.-Axel Nordquist and Miss Ellen Johnson were united in marriage last night at the home of John T. Nordquist, No. 513 Alder street. Rev. W'. C. Macurdy of the Methodist church performed the ceremony and Miss Ellen Nordquist and VWerner Olson were the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Nordquist will make their home at No. 515 Alder street. WILL LIVE IN BIRCH STREET Huddleston-Nichols Nuptials Celebrated by Rev. Macurdy. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. 13.-Rev. Macurdy of ficiated at the wedding of Charles Hud dleston and Miss Laura Nichols, which took place at 7 o'clock last evening in the Methodist church. Miss Anna Nichols was bridesmaid and Joseph Smith was best man. Fifty of the friends of the couple were present and after the ceremony a supper was served at the home of the bride on East Third street. They will make their home at No. 52z Birch street. At the Montana. George Coe, New York; J. S. Aikman Denver; John A. Clark, Portland; J. I' Stoddart, Miss Stoddart, R. Brown, New York; J. L. Wines, Butte; Mrs. Alice Har riman, St. Paul; L. A. Parkhurst, G. ?M Roe, Butte; T. W. Bartley, Idaho; A. Op, penheimer, San Francisco; Sam Kohlberg H.'A. Nathan, Helena; Mrs. M. O. Bliss, Madison; O. G. Winhemier, Chicago; A. R. Coopman, M. D. Barry, city; A. R, Wren, Great Falls, T. R. Roberts, Seat. tie; J. J. Oliver, St. Paul; M. L. Frieden thel, St. Paul. Conley is Back. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. 13.-Sheriff Conley re turned last night from Butte where he se cured the custody of F. M. Conant, re cently arrested for obtaining money under false pretenses. The nature of the charge lhere was not given out at the time. O0000000000000c00000000000 o The Daly Bank and Trust ° o Company of Anaconda o o .Anaconda, Montana. 0 o General banking In all branches, o o Sell exchanges on Nsw York, Chi. 0 o cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran- o o cIsco, etc., and 4raw direct on the o O principal cities of England, France, O o Ireland, Germany and the Orient. o o Lkposlts of 1..ao and upward re. o O ceived. 0 o Correspondents o O National City bank, New York; r 0 First National bank, Chicago; First o, o National bank, St. Pat,; Omaha 0 o National bane, Omaha; Bank of o o California, San Francisco. 0 o John R. Toole, President; M. B. o o Greenwood, Vice President; Louis 0 o V. Bennett, Cashier; F. C. Nor. o Q beck, Assistatit Cashier. o00000000000000000000000od THEY ARE TRYING TO FIGURE IT OUT BUT THE COUNTY CLERK AND HIS ASSISTANTS ARE . HAVING A TIME WITH THE VOTES. [SPECrAL TO INTCIR MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. 13.-County Clerk and Recorder Phil Greenan and his deputies are busily engaged in preparing a correct and veritied statement of the election re turns as canvassed by the board of county commissioners. Mr. Greenan says that the returns as they have been given heretofore were not absolutely correct in a great many in. stances and that the arrangements were not such as to make them easily understood. AMUSEMENTS. "The Comedy of Error.." [SPrECIAl. T INTER sMOUNTAIN.1 Anaconda. Nov. 13.-Stuart Robson, who appears in "The Comedy of Errors" at the Margaret tonight, probably has done n:ore than any other American actor to place this Shakespearian comedy in its proper place in dramatic literature. Mr. Robson has always maintained that "The Comedy of Errors" is a comedy of the highest order, while nmany persons have been inclined to regard it as a farce pure and simnple. Cities of today, however, al most to a unit have come to accept Mr. Robson's view as correct and credit the actor with having done for the play what the aged Macklin did towards rescuing Shylock from the butToonerics of the clown comedians. "Rip Van Winkle." Thomas Jefelrson's sale opened today for the engagement at the Margaret the ater, Saturday, November 15, and it will no doubt be a big one as the name of JeiTerson is a trade-nmark that generally fills the house. Nearly every man, woman and child is familiar with the charming fable of the Catskill Mountains and the village of Falling Water, situated on the banks of the grand old Hudson river long ago when die Dutch held title to those lordly shores. Mr. JelTerson's perform ance of the happy-go-lucky "Rip," is de liglhtful. "Bonnie Brier Bush." Mr. Stoddart and his splendid company scored another success lwhen they pleased an Anaconda audience last ntight worthy of ,the pleasing and artistic production of "The Bonnie Brier Bush." It is suflicient to say that the same per fect presentation charmed the audience and the L.achlan Campbell of Mr. Stod dart gave to the atudience, particularly the second act, a real insight into the simple lives of the Scotch people of lan sMac laren. Anaconda Briefs A. D. T. messengers-prompt,. reliable. Judge Frank Kennedy visited in Butte yesterday. Mrs. M. O. Bliss of Madison is regis tered at the Montana. Sam Kohlberg and II. A. Nathan of Helena are Anaconda visitors today. T. W. Bartley, the state game warden of Idaho, is in the city for a few days. Officers were elected last night by the Twentieth Century and Copperopolis club Willie McNulta of the Standard art de partment has resigned and will leave for Butte Sunday. John G. Morony. cashier of the First National bank of Great Falls, is in the city on business. Miss Sheila Mallory is ill with tonsi litis at the home of her parents, No. 410o West Fourth street. Charles King, a former Anaconda resi. dent, has been nominated for the office of alderman in West Seattle. Percy Graham and James Boyle, ar rested as vagrants, were ordered to leave the city by Justice Quane. The funeral of Mrs. Frances Schultz took place this morning from the lhome of Frank Trunk, No. 213 Cedar street. Architect M. D. Kern of Butte was here today to inspect the new High School building and the new rectory of St. Paul's parish. The Woman's Missionary society of 'the Presbyterian church is meeting this after noon at the home of Mrs. Trippet, No. 607 Maple street. Fred Junk, for the past year a clerk in the general offices of the Anaconda Cop per Mining company here, has resigned and will leave soon for Sioux City, la., where he will make his future home. Robert Harris Released. ISPECAIA TO INTEtR MOt'NT.1IN.7 Anaconda, Nov. 13.-Robert Harris, who was accused of robbing a stranger of $5 was released from custody yesterday evening, there being no one to prosecute him. Friends of Harris vouched for his respectability and said that he would be able to go to work at once if released. Mollers Enjoy a Ball. [Isei.A. Tro I N'r S OU .NT.II N.] Anaconda, Nov. !3.---Members of the Iron Molders union and their friends had an enjoyable time at Turner hall last nigh: where they attended a dance given under the auspices of the union. 'his was the eighth ball of the union. Marion-McCaffery Nuptials. [SPECIA1. TO0 IN'II1. MOUNTAIN.] * Anaconda, Nov. 13.---Williamu Marion and Miss Margaret Mc(affery were mar ried Tuesday evening by Justice Quane. The groom is employed at the WaVhoc smelter and the bride formerly lived in Butte. J. K. Mallory Injured. [sPeral. TO INTER MOI' NTAIN,.] Anaconda, Nov. 13.-J. K. Mallory, a former resident of Anaconda, was injured last Monday in Rockford, Wash., by fall ing from a dray. Mellen Inspects Shops. Livingston, Nov. 13.-President Mellen of the Northern Pacific and party left here on the special last evening after hav ing made an inspection of the company's shops. OFFICIAL CANVASS OF POWELL COUNTY INFORMATION RECEIVED REGARD ING SEVERAL CANDIDATES WHO GOT THE JOBS. [SPECIAI. TO INTER MO'NT.AIN., Anaconda, Nov. 3.-As the result of the official canvass of the election returns in Powell county, word was received in this city this morning to the effect that McMahon for sheriff was defeated by James Barnden of Avon, by ta votes. Also O. E. Emerson, the independent can didate for county attorney, won in the count by one vote over Soharoikow, the democratic candidate. These were the closest counts for any of the onices and the only ones regarding which any information was received. VICTORIOUS LABORITES PLAN THE NEXT BATTLE to Their Mind's Eye They See Them selves Carrying the Electioft in This City Next Sprnig. rslIECIAI. To INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Nov. t3.--At a meeting held last night by the recently victorious labor party it was decided to change the nIame of the party from the labor to the socialist party. There was a large attendance and the motion was carried unanimously after a full and free discussion. It seems that the socialists have de bigns upon the city offices and propose to make a fight for the control of the city at the spring election. This much cropped out while the motion to change the name of the party was under discussioun. Some of the laborites were opposed to the change until after the spring election, fearing that the change might have the result of putting another party in the field at that time. Flushed with the success of the recent battle these men are already figuring on possible and available candidates for the state offices next year. The old politicians among them, how ever, are wise enough to know that they have much to do to maintain their pres tige and that it is highly improbable that they can do that. CONANT HEARING NEXT WEEK Arraigned Before Justice Quane, He Pleads Not Guilty. IsEI'ICIAI. Ti) INTIER SuO N'IN .I Anaconda, Nov. 13.--E. ,M. ConantL was arraigned this mnorning in justice court of James Quane and pleaded not guilty to charges preferred against hinm of obtain ing money under false pretenses and al leged irregularities inl his dealings with the home office. His hearing will be one (lay next week. The date has not yet been set. ABOUT THE TREASURE STATE Keep Your Eye on This Column if You Want to Learn the Newa of Montana Clark Moore Dead. Ilelnville, Nov. .3.--Clark Moore., who was mistaken for a deer last Sunday and shot, died yesterday fromn the effects of the wound. Cory, who shot him, is pros trated with grief. Gets Five Years in the Pen. Fort Benton, Nov. i3.--Joseph Proloux has been sentenced to five years in tee penitentiary for committing an assault In Minnie Tresslar. It took the jury five hours to arrive at a verdict. Change in Burlington Time. Billings, Nov. 13.-A change in the running time of the Burlington stub to To luca is contemplated. At present the schedule is tri weekly but an increase in traffic demands more trains. Another Pioneer Is No More. Helena, Nov. 13.--J. R. Reynolds, one of the pioneers of 1.ewis and Clarke coun ty, died last night at St. James' hospital after having been ill for sonme time. IJe. leaves a large family to mourn his 4e-i cease. Say Keerl Is Insane. Hlelena, Nov. t.;.-The case of J. S. Keerl, who is being held on the charge of murder, has been passed and will not come up for trial until next spring. The con tinuance was granted on information of the defense that they had evideneg to prove that Keerl was insane. Want to Tap Beaver Creek. Hlavre, Nov. .1.--A petition has been forwarded to the war department asking permission to tap lBeaver creek for irri gating purposes above Fort Assinnihoine. The ranchers on thle lower part of the creek have protested against tappuing the creek, Alleged Assailant Fled. Missoula, Nov. t1,.-('omplaint has been made against William Piper for assault ing the t4-year-old daughter of James Van Klammn. Both men are employed as brake men on the Burlington. 'ilper cannot he found and it is believed that he has shaken the dust of Missoula f )ull his feet. F. Obendorf Released. Big Timber, Nov. i3.--lerdinand ()ben dorf, having served his term in the peni tentiary of one year, has been released and will again make his home in this county. (Obendorf was sentenced at the fall term of court, the charge against himt being that of cattle stealing. Joshua Bell in Court. Missoula, Nwv. z3.--The hearing of Joshua Bell, the colored man charged with as-.ult in the first degree against Private Scott of the Twenty-fourth in fantry, was held yesterday in the police court. . Thomas Howell Is Dead. Livingston, Nov. 13.-Thomas Howell, one of the old-time residents of this county, and who for many years has been engaged in tmining and prospecting throughout this section of the state, died yesterday. BUTTE NEWS MAY MAKE A TEST OF BOND SYSTEM POLICE DEPARTMENT'S WAY OF DOING IT MAY BE CHALLENGED OVER THIS CASE. It is likely that the l and systtem utisedc by the police departmelnt ill releasig or hohling prisoncrs to the police court hill bi tested in a case arising frtoml the ;Ir aest of Ida Burt, colored. T'he woman was arrested Tl'uesdaa y night Iry Olticer MchMlann on a charge of robbery. A colored tatan appeared at the station inmllediately after the arrest and put up $.0o as bail to secure the womtal's ap pearance itn police court yesterday atlor-l ing. She appeared aul pleaded not guilty tand the case was set for trial for next Fri day, the womatan goinig out againl onl the $,;1 bail. This Inorning the colored mnla who put 1up the mtoney applied for the return of the $.io land was refused ont tile ground that the womant1 was at large and that the bail continued until her trial. The colored man secured the services ,of Attorney T. A. Morrin, who made at demand for the return of the allntey ont the streugthl of the receipt, which stipu lated the appearance of the woman at io o'clock in the mnorning Novembn r ti. The contentiotn is that the terms of the hand were fultilled and tlhat the haolds Imatln is tnot responsible after lshe made lher appearance inl court. It is the belief of the police that the womalllln has left town or is hiding and they refuse to turn over the iollney un til site is again brought into custody. The pIoit raised is whether hail such as was put up conltinlues after the ap pearance andll until the case is dtsldosad of. REYNOLDS WILL GET AFTER BOYS WITH THE FLIPPERS Chief Is Determined to Stop the Out rages Perpetrated by the Youth of This City Recently. (hief of 'Police Jamcs Reynahlts is on thet warpath and the cause of his disple'as-. tare is the freqtllent comnplailts to the pano lice ldepiartment against thle unlawfult acts of the younger geaneration of t Itttte'. population. "'aou cant say for tiie that unllles tlhere is a stop to this indiscriminate practice of flip sholtoting, theltre is gointg to bc a whole. bale arrest of boys oIf this town. f Only thist morning a lady camei into mty oailic and told late that while she was driving a horse along \Vest atraadway a hItay aotf albout 14 years sentt a Itbuckshlot sail ing fromt a flip andl the mIissile struck the atnital in the side, causing hint to run away. ",By soimc good luck thte horse was chelked before any accident reslited, but the lady driving might have bteen killed. "Now, there is anI ordlitnane inl Ulntte against ullch acts andt the first lhy re ported to mte for shottinig with lthese flipsa at citlher people or hliisrs is going to get the limit of the law." it'he chiif has instructed all the police Umen on the force to keep their weather eye open for hadlb oys and it will fare badly far thosei caught in the act. REV. G. B. DARPROW LEAVES FOR CONNECTICUT HOME Aged Minister Wishes to Go Back and Spend His Declining Days Amid Scenes of Childhood. Rev. G. II. Darrow left Monday night for Montville, Conn., where he will spend his remainling days. Rev. I)arrow was pas tor of the Baptist church of Blutte, and was the oldest minister inl active service in thel city. Mr. Darrow came to fnltte fromt Con necticut 15 years ago, and for years made his homte with his daughter, Miss Julia I)arrow, who afterwards became Mrs. Jack son. After her her death sonic to years ago, Rev. I)arrow went to the Flathead coin try, where he remained long etnough to take up a soldier's claim inl governmllent lands. lie served as a chaplain inl the army and was in a nulber of battles and tinder fire repeatedly in pursuing his calling. lie hbecamne ill some months ago anti los ing hope of recovery retired from the minl i-try with the intention of going back to hi old( Connecticut home to end his days. Although in his eighty-second year he is tmaking the long trip alone. I)uring his long years of service in rnite lie won the respect and esteem of everyone with whom lie came in contact, and leaves behind him hundreds of warm friends who wish him many more days of health antd usefulness before going to his final reward. WANT TO KNOW HOW HE DIED Parents, of Charles Ray Would Like to Learn Particulars of His End. 'hief of o 'olice IReynolds has received a letter from Judson Iiner, chie of of police at Trenton, N. J., announcinig that the mpa rents of Charles Ray have been lotiiel of his deatih and that they are anxious to obtai the full particulars. ('hief Reynolds has written giving the details of the fight between Ray and IDailey and the cause of the death as a knlife wound. M.INING AI'I'LICATION NU. 4597. United States Land Office, Helena, Mon tana, Oct. i6, tgoa. Notice is hereby given that Henry Smith, John F. Nettle, Alberta Dygert and the Thompson Investment company, whose postoffice address 1 Butte, Mon tana, have this day filed their application for a patent for 86i.5 linear feet, being 49 feet southwesterly and 812.s 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 loth day of Octoobr, 't90o, 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 pasticularly des :ribed as follows, to-wit: Beginning at corner N4o. Y, which is the point of intersection of the tirst eourae of Survey No. 1533, with the fourth courte *f Survey No. 0937, a griante stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and marked t-6p19 for Cor. ner No, t, from which the southeast corner of Section ts, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 6: degrees and iS min utes west, 864o feet, and running thence north Sa degrees so minutes west, soS feet; thence north 6a degrees 53 minutes east, atos. feet; thence north So degrees 47 minutes east, 6o0.s feet; thence south Sa degrees to minutes east 15s.5 feet; thence south 43 degrees aS minutes west, 69o.3 feet; ttence south 88 degrees ts minutes west, t63 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 7.35 acres, of which 4.44 acres are in conflict with Survt~es No. j937 and 53S5, not claimed, leaving. eo acres claimed by the above named appli cant. The location of this claim is of record in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, state of Montana, in Itook "V" of Lode Locations, on page 337. The adjoining claimhns to these premises are on the north Survey No. 8401, lHorse Canyon l.ode, lot 334, and Sursey No. 3048, Memorial l.ode; on the east Survey No. a5S'. Cleveland Lode; on the south Survey No. 3SJ3. Mountain .ineu Lode, lot ai8, and on the west Survey No. 2937, Cub Lode. FRAN!) D. MIRACI.E, Register. SAM'JEI. BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicants. (First Publication Oct. t8, wooa.) Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. To CHICAGO AND [AST ROUTE OP TRHE PIONLR LIMITED FAMOUS TRAIN of the WORLD All agents se.ll ticrl.ket viii the M 'ilwanluer road. For low rate. I, all points addresc VW. II. IIX(IN, N. \V. I'. A., St. I'a t. Denver & Rioirande and the Rio (irande Western Travel During Fall and Winter Seasons The joulrney to theI East via Salt Luke City and along the shores of the (,rceat Salt i.ake through beau tiful ;I lenwood, Colorado SIprings and l)enver is one of uninter rupted delight in winter as well as ill umtlll r. lil fact, the fall al(nd winltTr hc('lllhts adds bItt a new grantdeur antd charm to thie travel scenes and il inftls's ni 'ntlelneit of variety Actld beauty to the utsu "r passable wontders alIong the Rio Granlde Western and IDenver & Rio Grande lines. 'T'hIough sleep. ing and dining car service. Per sonally conducted weekly excur sions. For rates or imiforniation apply to, \V. C. McRRIDE, Gen. Agent. Ticket Olice-- 47 E. Broadway, Butte GEORGE W. Ill.INTZ, Assistant Gen. Pass. Agt., Salt Lake City. Pullman Dining and Library Car Route To SALT LAKE DENVEIL KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOUIS scd ail Eastern Polnas Short Lino to Colorado. Arizona and Mexico .an francisco, Los Angelo (Ocesa or raiL) Perllant And ma PactlS Coast Points Depart.. 2:0o a. m, 2:45 a. ms..Arrive Depart . 4:50 p.. m 4:40 p. m..Arrive Ticket Offlee, 105 N. Main btree Butte, Montana. I. O. WILS ON, General Agl Atchison,Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA FE ROUTE 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 Ari zona. For particulars about the RE. DUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F. WARREN, General Agent, 41t Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah. BUTTE, ANACONDA & PACIFIC RAIL. WAY COMPANY PASSENGER TIME-TABLE. WESTUOUND. Leave Arrive No. Butte. Anaconda. i-B., A. & P. L. r:ooa.m. 7:Soa.m. 3-B., A. & P. L. to:oo a. n. o:So a.m. --B., A. & P. L. :ao p. m. 2aS p.m. 7--B., A. & P. L. 4:5o p. m. 5:41 p.m. 9--8., A. & P. L. rr :4S p.m. ts:40 a. m. EASTBOUND. Leave Arrive No Anaconda. Butte. a-B-., A. & P. T.. 4:s1a.m. 5:ooa.m. 4--f., A. & P. L. 8:30 a. m. 9:2 a.m. 6--8., A. & I'. 1..i :.o a m. la:top. m. 8-- ., A. & P. I. 3:2op.1m. 4:1sp.m. io--ll., A. & '. I.. 7:nS5pF-. . :oop. m. To make connection with Northern Pa cific railway, weathound, trains at Durant leave Anaconda at 1 :2o a. m., 3:ao p. m. andl 7 :o p. In. To make connection with Northern Pa crilic railway, ranthiound, trains at fB'te Icanv Anaconda at i I :ro a. m. and 7 :05 p.m. To make connection with Oregon Short .ine railroad at Silver ,ow. leave Ana. conda at .1:Jo p. I. 'rike.ts on sale at City Ticket Office (G. N. Ry.), No. 41 North Main street, and at I'assenger Station, ultte, Anaconda & Pa cific Iallway. NORTH COAST LIMITED ORY , Observation Cars Electric Lighted SSteam Heated LUTTI SCHEDUL8 Arrive. Depart. ,VI STIit;NI) No. I-,.orti, Coast I.mnited ..........7 :on p. m. 7:so p. m. No. 5-.-B u rlinguon l"xprrss ......... : S o p. to. I oo p. tt. No. 27 Iitter Root l.ocal" .......... -- :3`0 p. t. No,. t.-- Tlwin City lx.lprrsa ........t I :n5 a. nm. ------- EASTOIU NI). No. . North ('oast l.imil-d ........ .r :.no a. mt. J :5 a. In. (Sleeper for this train openIill at i:o30 p. in. for receptiont of pusellnrgers. No 6 -- ]lturlil;ton Express ........ ::~ p.m. in. i ::; p. 0m. No. 8---litter Hout I.ocal' ......... :45 1i. lm . . No. i4 Ti (City Exprs ........ -- -- I:I, p. in *Daily except Snllav. No. I North Coast l.iiitl, from St. Paul and Enaslrlrn lpoints. tI tilhe l)ifrlllc co)ast. No. 2 Norlth ('oast I.inmitl,. from the I'aciic t )lnst Ito St. I':inl, I)nluthl and prin. cipal . lst Itr) points. NO.5 lnil1ithto1n I: xprks, fromt Kansas (ity .unI all It. & MI. Rt. nitIIt., nlll all N. I'. point, west of Ilillings to S tttle, N o. 6 I:'m lingln Asi,,,.., om Ta o(' 1ia and t;1111 ,tl tn Tallings. a1.1 all I;t. & M. 11. pointl. No. 7 Ilillcr iotl L.ocal, stalls tin Itlutte for .,lissnli. , I all ilton ald all intermeda ale poiiis. No. 8 llitl i Io.t I.Local, from Ilhamnilton ::nd P'hilipsll,tr . NO. 13 Io .al connection from Twin City l.xprehs frion St. Paul idt all Eastern points. No.121 L.ocal connection, with Twin Cit) Eixpress for St. Plaul, .l:nI all points East, PI'assengers for T'win Itrllgr, .naridan. Alder, I'ny and Norris branches leave lltte ill o. r , ul, d arrive in tIutte from these I' ilts on No. 5 Trains on these lranchec do, not 1"n Sllllays. W. II. MI'.l4IIMAN, (,ienral Agent, corner Main and Park htlrerto. The Gentleman from Washington writes us this mess.ige of good cheer: "llaviug just retirllned from a trip to New IEnglandI , 1 desire to colnltlinelnt you upon the excellent service renderced by the lburlin;( ton."-Wan. G(oolyear, The Coil moner, Colfax, Wash. An editor of a good paper ought to know what he writes. Three routes east-via Billilligs, St. l'aul and l)envcr. N. F. BUSES Asse9s asg fst neadwfay, Buttso. moe. N, 3. SEQURl, CGonsrl I.glnt, BIIIIngs.. Mont. The Best Friend the Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made ths Northwest Famous." LEAVES BUTTE. For St. Faul and East, daily. :3o p. m. Great Falls local, daily......9:45 a. S. ARRIVES BUTTE. From St. Paul, daily........ :45 p.a. From Great Falls and Helena, daily .... ............... :So p. m. FULL INFORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Main street, Butte. J..E Dawen, General Agent.