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ONE YEAR IN PRISON
DAVID MURRAY, CONVICTEDO OF
BURGLARY, IS SENTENCED BY
JUDGE MoCLERNAN.
PRISONER IN HURRY TO START
Court AooomntodMte, and Says the
Words That Send the Young Man
to the Penitentiary.
David Murray, "terror" of Dublin
Gulch, as he was known to many, must
spend a year in the state penitentiary as
a result of being convicted of having
robbed the residence of Mrs. Emma Ward,
6o_ Summit street.
He was convicted in Judge McCler
nan's court yesterday afternoon, the jury
fixing the punishment at one year.
It developed later that Murray offered
to plead guilty to the charge, providing
the cotnty attorney would agree to have
the punishment limited to one' year, but
the offer was declined.
Mrs. Ward, the principal witness for
the state, gave strong testimony against
Murray. She was positive in her identiti
cation of him, despite rcptated attcmlpts
of coutilei for the defense to trip her up
in her evidence.
She made a good wiltms a and a long
drawn-ouit cross-examinatiion ;appearsi to
have more fully convincedl the jury thlat
she was telling the truth.
Patrick Murtphy, for whom Murray
worked in the L.owlands about the time of
the robbery, July IN, last year, was to have
testified for the defense, but he w:a called
by the state.
IH-e said he had taken Murray to the
Lowlands, July 7. and haIt broLught him
back about to days lantr, or thel 17th.
This would admit of Murray performing
"te roliery in the early dIawn of thie 17th.
The jury soon returnedr a verdict of
guilty. The young man askeI for an im
medlate ssentence and Judge Mccl.cr.na
accommodated him.
PIONEER WOMAN DIES IN
HER HOME NEAR WHITEHALL
Mrs. Harrison Jordan Passes. Away, Aged
73--Survived by Husband and
Six Children.
SePFcr Ai. TO "Im1: INIr' irt:NTI 'ilN.
Whitehall, April 30.--Services over the
remains iof Mrs. Iiarri.,on Jordan, otne ,f
the ollCest :ir1 imo-t bI.iovet. if th.e I -
neers to this iei .un, was helild hre ys
te lstay aft, erl in.
'1 e dit ecta.l I as 73 .t yl:rs of age anil
at her :dath i \..s surrriunti i by I.e hIr,
band anl fiur ch.llrrin. mcludin., lHev.
W'alter Ml. I,. ,lan . 1,astr ut ti.e li"st
Chri-;.non ,hLit, ,. Ihelena.
tana ri - ,, Iri.. hey kdIt a tr r t I II l
ena for :ta I;l.but thet venture pr r ;,
unsitet ..fill, remr i vc -,l t-,-, I lh I rlt rlk,
whelrer lti y t n::g etl in ntockrllll iw; at.I
,dair)ying until r.gt, n liil they again
movtedl. this tlile t i Plea:-. nt Valley, Iear
W hitch;lil. ahere Mrs. J, rd.n died.
li'e a;trl .',ti;,lte ce'leltr.rt.d their golden
weddling ill Novembetr. ii,,. Thr'y are
knowin t~ a great part of thile old pimers
of the state. .11- . Jord;ani' k.ld I.-.,it hi.v
ing eleared her to rancher arl nii,.r
alike ill the carly days.
In addhition to, her ihusbandl, Mr,. Jrr
dan is survived by six chtlll en. NIr;.
kRerse \\ :implhrr n f Ilorny, Mir. .\ithur
l'hclps, Mrs. \V, W. .l tI/ all, dI. l . A.
Rig.a, lilte te". .ater .M,. Jordan and
Jasrper r. l ordi:.rr
NEW OFFICER'S FOR THIRD
Promotion of Col. Woodson Necessitated
Changes in Cavalry.
-Ma-r-.. April ,, .--Tir Ir ,i,'I rs as
sigtned to the Third 'caval:ry, in wlhich a
nuilmber r.f tlchange.s are ;male s theli re
suit of the lprorrrrtioll i f (I olrnel \.IWod
son to thie brig;rlier gnr.ralrhip .anld hiis
retirrement, have teen ordered to ret'lprt
at illCe' .
('olrnel J. It. I)orst of tihe Twelfth cav
airy will succeed the retiring officer.
'Major W. II. l:eck of the Sixth cavalry
will he lieut'enant-colontl; Vice-Culonel
Steev.er, who wa':s srIIl' timte' ago atp
poiinted assistant adjutant-general under
Captain Ripley of the Third cavalry at
Assiuniboine, will go to the Eighth cav
alry with the rank of major. Captain
Ripley will be succeeded by Lieutenant
Hanna of the Second cavalry.
WIDOW HAS THREE CHILDREN
Relict of J. J. Murphy, Killed by G. N.
Train, Arrives at Great Falls.
SiECIAI. TO TIIH INTER MOUINTAIN.
Great Falls. April 3o.-An inquest was
held yesterday over the remains of J. J.
(Murphy of Clancy. who was killed near
Portage Tuesday by a Great Northern
train.
The widow arrived yesterday, necom
panied by tihe eldest of her three children,
a boy, who. like his father, a boilermaker,
is employed by the railway on which his
father met death.
The Great talls lodge of the Modern
Woodmen will tate charge of the funeral
the deceased having been a member of
the order ill Helena.
The body is to be sent to St. Paul for
intermnent.
USKER VS. O'ROURKE IS ON
Suit Against Co-Surety for a Contribu
tion in the Supreme Court.
SI':CAI. TO TOIE INTER tItMiNTAIN.
Helena, April 3o.--A. A. l.isker vs. J.
J. O'Rourke, an action against co-surety
for a contribution, was argued in the su
preme court yesterday.
The First National Bank of Butte took
a note for $a,500 fromn the Northwestern
Brick & Supply company. This was after
wards renewed. I.isker again bt'icuming
surety. Two years after, the bank sued
the corporation for the amount of the
note. lhe defendant was iot made a
party to the suit.
The plaintiff alleges Ihe was requested to
pay a balance of $4oo and upon the refusal
of the defendant to contribute, began this
action.
ED M'FARLkND FOUND GUILTY
Judge Loud Is to Pass Sentence Upon
Him Tomorrow at Billings.
SPECIAL. T TO TlE INTERa MOUNTAIN.
Billing, April 3o.-In the Forey case
the jury yesterday rendered a verdict of
guilty against Ed McFarland, leaving the
penalty to be fixed by the court. Judge
Loud announced that he would pass sen
tence tomorrow.
White Pi Shippers Organize.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Baker City, ()re., April 3o.-English white
pine shippers organised here yesterday after.
noon. Officers were elected as follows: S. F.
Murphy of the Grand Ronde company, presi.
dent; JF.. Hyde of the Oregon Lumber com.
pany, secretary. The object of the association
Is to regulate the price and output of white
pine lumber. Several of the mill sand shipping
Interests were present.
To Fight the Saloons,
Y ASSIOCIATED PEBRss
Topeka, ea., April ,o.--' It. lain, an
attorney of this cIty, Ihas talien a position as
attornea for the anti-saloon league of the state
of Wasllegton and will leave for that state at
onee. Mr. lain will have charge of the prose.
on intltuted agast the Washington
Optonssetes b th "ags.
BRITISH ARE BEATEN
ADVANCE INTO THE INTERIOR OF
80OMALILAND IS INDEFINITE
LY POSTPONED.
GENERALS TO BE CHANGED
Manning Probably Will Give Way to
Egerton-Mad Mullah's Foroae
Growing Bolder.
aY AISOCIATPD PRaSS.
Aden, Arabia, April .po.--On account of
the recent British reverses in Somaliland
it Is said here that the advance of the
British expedition has been suspended in
definitely.
G;neral Egerton is mentioned as the
syletesv r of Itriglier Ge.neral Manning.
Information indicates that the comnplete
list of th'e hel:s of the i xpsseltioni w uli
be connsiered repedittiol.
It ,s sail til result %ictories will en".
bohlen the fors of the. i Mad Mullalh to
attack i hlatel post,,
Thi'l for.e at the disposal of relneral
M:alllif s i inufficint tor ,ffeinsive pur
t,.e, ald it i. i 'xls tr, l he will strengthdi
Ott, Jost,, and remi aill iaictive Until aft'r
the hIot weather.
FIVE PICTURES SEEN
MANY AMERICAN ARTISTS ARE REP
RESENTED AT EXIHIBTION IN
THE PARIS SALON.
UY AnS "- I%1i-iI) t' l.V4.
ParI'l s, April . ,. .\A prlii:inary view of
the picture, iln the. n1ti,,lo4 ,al -A-n w is
h ll yest, rhlav. I ',la: is varni .hing ,ay'.
Many lictur , ,of high order are on I x
hihit n lt ('harltim's prtl)lit of I'r, s1,ii lt
It osevelt 4c41ui142" a in itinoent place.
()ppo ite the' .ortr.lt of the \ 'mericanl
presllent is one of the :sn SatioLal pictures
of tlihe 'xhlt ititln.
This is I irrier's representaltion of
"'hriu Aftier the rlucitixion." It shows
Illa ent.ln'ated hnlI aInd gaping woundls.
Matry. horror stricken,, i, statlilng by his
An-lthr ,,;satinalt pictlure is Ileroudl's
an:4at1h.. ,i. "Sy b.l, ,li. ing e he i ( ti sitrolie
at Martitinitl..' It sihows miiass, of vivid
l11.a1, inv'l',pinig the. twn of St. Pierre
11-I tie shJip in the li arli r with a yilth
ir.al iigure hovering above i urlling tidwil
the alit, hvtil.i.
A poitrait .f Mr. Krtier, in which the
, liner is sh.wn . le ing over his l itrle,
diivihd, atteiiuln with the Iflisevelt par
.\'ll ri'ia artists aire well relpreselltced
at thlli ,l llil.
GRACE FISK BRYAN AND
DR. W. W M. BILLINGS MARRY
Well-Known Residents of Helena Are
Made Husband and Wife at a
Pretty Wedding.
StiI'. At 4 i t I 1111" : Itile I N ii t . AIN.
1il, ni , Alpiril ."14.-- -t;%rG L Fisk llryan
and lir. 1. \. Ilillings were married at
ii 4'4lsi k this I4riiting ait the residence of
the brihe's ictle. A. J. lisk. in North
Itlineyv treet. IRev. W. N. Sloiiu. pastour
of ilte First l'resbyteriali church, Pir
l'amiclI the l r. tc ony.
R. I lark t Ii Sk. broth er of lthe ride,
wis Itbest lman, whiti' ill' bride wa. attended.
ley .M i'. I ,,li-, ll,tinc, niece of the late
James I,. lilatii. F"Illhwing a brief recep
lion thet couple h .iartd fclr c 'alifortia,
where they will pendl thelitir honeymoonltii iln
aklanii, visiting Mrs. Itillings' parenits,
Caipt. I. 1 I. an4 lMrs. Fisk.
'The bril is the lhl 1t daugith4ter of Cap.t
RI. F. Fisk, lone of the ftouliiil. of the h1l1.
t, a 1l I 'rhl. S.it. is a nal ive Montatlit a
girl and has a lhost of fricnids all over the
li'tat. She is a clever writer, havingi
filled rest on. si le posit ol nti l litl t e Ihrail
at1 ilteord. Sh. is at presenlt tvrgr:lph
editor of the Recrd.
Ire. lillings antnle htere two years ago
from Min es i tl alndii has a lucrative perac
tice a;s a dentist.
WRIT OF MANDAMUS TO
SETTLE SCHOOL MUSS
Woodville Trustees Are at Swords Points
With County Superintendent and
Clancy Takes a Hand.
SPEiCIAL TO THE INTER MO ilNTAIN.
Sboulder, April n.--A writ of man
datLus from Judge 'lancy iof the Silver
lBoiw district ccourt to compel Miss Alma
Kriger. superintendetnt of schools for Jef
ferson county, to file a certificate of the
recent election of trustees in the township
of Woodville, has blen received here.
At the Woodville electioi, Mrs. C. E.
Kinman and Payton Ahired were the c44
testants. After the judges had aennounced
the election a tie, the meeting broke up in
a row, anti bty siiie 'hocus-pJocus, not
clearly stated, the ekectioi was awarded to
Mrs. Kinmiai.
Mrs. Kintian and anoiiher trustee, com.
prising a snajosrity of the t.'ari, hehl a
me.ting and elected Mr. Kitmnan district
clerk. Miss Kriger refused lto recaggnize
the suteeting as oflicial, claiming th11t as the
election 'had been a tic, Mrs. Kiinian was
iniitroperly seated.
Mrs. Kiitiiia l.e:gtn 11r14eedcltngs ii lihe
Silver how c.urt, wllieicc the writ of ili14ll
damliui5.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applicatinn*, as they cannot reach
the diseased portin of the car. There
is only one way to cure l)eafness, and
that is by constitutional remedies. Deaf.
ness is caused by an inflamed condition
of the mucous lining of the Eustachian
Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you
have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear.
ing, and when it is entirely closed Deaf
ness is the result, and unless the inflam.
nsation can be taken out and this tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of the
mucous surfaces,
We will give One Hundred Dollars foa
any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7se.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Paxson in High Favor.
Tle WVestern pictures by E. S. Paxson
of Butte which are being exhibited in
Chicago, where he has removed, are said
to be attracting considerable attention in
that oity. A woman from that city brings
the announcemnent that the Butte artist is
in high favor in that city on account of his
creditable work with the brush.
Opposes the Sheriff,
O. Hansen resisted Deputy Sheriff Hag
gerty last evening, when the latter tried
to take a horse atd rig away from him
which was the property of a junk dealer,
from whom it vwas stolen. Ilauggerty se
cured the aid of the under sherift and two
more deputies, sad Hanscn quickly ca
eitulated.
DOOTY THROWN OUT
OCITY COUNCIL MAKES VACANT
POSITION OF STENOGRAPHER
TO CHIEF REYNOLDS.
M'GILLIC IS NOT MOLESTED
Reoommendations of the Police Com
mittee Are Accepted at the End
of Sharp Debate.
The police committee of the city council
imanagedl to do away with the office of
stenographer to the chief of police last
night. The committee changed its mind
and did not recommend that Barney Mc
(illlic's puostion as special oflicer he abol
ished.
The couuncil ratified the commntittee's
action.
)During the meetins a stronig effort was
made bhy Alderman Itacheler to make it
aplaiar thait the polioc comtnitte' never
iuts ll il In dl poi , of .lc (illic.
I;ihrlier spenit is minilutes in attacking
tlhe Iltr M ,untain because the pIaper had
pritl ,Mc(;illic'i picture :old a few
fa.i frIm hi, r'ecord. Thl(e aldermani
,ilaimii.l I. Cili was ne.ti er ttackedl and
thal;t the I.mllllli tei l( t tan l onlly to .its
po,. of I m)lty a sten.gii raphelr.
Reynolds Denied the Floor.
I I icn, liln i refiuel to I llhow (hief
Hle nAl.ds tihe tohr. The statement that
th, police coinmitte hii liinot haild a meet
illg is six ilmnth, wans madie ifrml four
colrll of the lll h:uliber at lonice after
i:llh, iler' , speech. It was not denlliedl.
'li. c. r llllit.lte ' two rc.lommlillll ations
fir thiu, linug it tli. report of thre chief of
pih, and fir tIhe iii.sial of I)ooty by
thIIe hbulitiiin ofi his i lice were then
.\ftl.r , 11 I ,uI ,;and lud di .ill oill minorilO
illiill,"r, til.e olnlctl bttgail to geti ready to
IId ;.11, II
At thI. stagye if the riioceenlllgs Alder
lima (, .heti brouglht Jup the Western
I'nion Tei lelir;aphl IrainchS.e. lie readl the
city ior.slnanci s oi th,. subject. 'r(he.e
Iprovie that iii ecase of failure of service
Ihe city c:aii imi iake the ci'lomlpll/lty tc:ar dlown
pole, anol wir wire h withinl li days.
Talk for Half an Hour.
Fo:r halll anl hour imembtllers talked on
this querstionl. (:Chen andcl I)uggan both
walilltl the S.cllspany to go. No one
sciileled ti know hoiw to snake it go. The
city ;attorllny wlouil not give ;aI oral
ipinin iiiat this timel. No action was
I c'lonl ittlle reportles anild rioutille business
of miiinor importance kept the imemiuers in
tise chambelier untlil after Lo o'clock.
010 NOT ATTEND
HIS OWN FUNERAL
FINDING OF A SKELETON RECALLS.
INCIDENT OF THE JUGGLING
OF BOY'S CORPSE.
S. I.' T. TO 7I INTfEIt MOUINTAIN.
I timtit wn, Pa., April *o.-The discov
cry of thle 4,neis of a skeleton while ex
cavatuing for ithe I'Pikard Itilding in. Main
.stret his recallhd :iIn inlteresting story of
a fullneral without a corpse lany years
livet' taverlln once stnI on the site of
the nicw buiiling. A negro named Toney
was employevi there.
A:\ irritating; remark of Toney's caused
one of Itrr.' it Io to strike the negro on
tiht, bt:i.l, iinllitting a mortal wound.
Whe'lint infrmatel that lie could not live
Toney madle realy to tlie, and in consid
eration of a quart of whisky agreed that
his lily after death should go to to the
whitel peoile.
"l'ion'y TieI. atnd was prepared for burial.
A fe'w of hii.s colored frieCtus gathered to
watch over the hodly.
At miihid.lght suppelr was announceid. and
the white folkl, vulunite(ered to guard the
hIly while the watcheIrs partook of re
freshments.
\\'hlen the colored watchers returned the,
collin was closed,I and they were itformed
that Tl'ontey would keel Ibetter closed front
the air.
A large funeral was held, and as the
contin was borne frott the hearse to the
grave one of the pallltearers heard sotme
thing slip and exclaimed, "There's no
Toney dar."
The collitl was opened, and inside was
foundl a pair of old trousers tied at the
liottom and tilled with sand. The funeral
party disbatnded.
The doctors dissected the body and
Tonley retndered valuable service to science.
I'The skeleton was owned by Dr. Mason
and later by D)r. Estep and passed out of
recollection years ago, until the present,
when the discovery of a skeleton on the
site of the o1l llyers tavern arouses con
jectures as to the source of its presence
there.
TAMMANY MAN TAKES BRIDE
Daniel F. McMahon Becomes the Hus
band of Miss Mlary McCarthy.
ttY PSO'CIAIEl) PRH1,.
New York, April .t.--Danie F. McMa
olln, chairtlman of the executive committee
of 'laTammany, and Miss Mary McCarthy
of Sin Francisco. were married in this
city yesterday. Mrs. McMahon is 24
years ll,. Sthe was horn in San Fran
cisco aid came Fast several years ago.
She entered the convent of the Sacred
Iheart in Malhattanville, from which site
was graduated. Iler parents are dead and
for somell time she has lived at Hotel
Wellingtont with her uncle.
SHE STICKS TO THE OFFICE
Widow of Former Sheriff of Dawson
County Weds Present Official.
tPECIAL 1i Till' INTRlii MOI'NTAIN.
Miles ('ity April 30.--Mrs. l.illian Cayv
anattgh has found sheritTs a cotlmendable
class of mten and can speak well for any
bachelor ofticers of that rank who mayj
wish to enter the hymeneal state.
The widow of a former sheriff of Daw
son county, she yesterday became the wife
of Sheriff (;eorge W illiatus of Glendive.
The ceremolny was performed Iby the
Church of the Sacred Heart by the rector,
Rev. Lanrbaere.
WILL OPERATE WITHOUT PAY
Dr. Lorenz, Noted Surgeon, Will Try to
Cure Crippled Girl.
BY ASSOCIATIi IESgS.
Chicago. April 3o.-Dr. L.orenz will perform
an operation on Rosa Stoffler, a little girl who
was Ubrought to Chlicago from Ilristol, lEng.,
several montlhs ago in search of the noted
a Vienna surgeon.
a The Stonlers reaclhed (lhicago after Dr.
Lorenz had gone, and having spent their?
a money on the trip were compelled to remain5
here destitute.
When Dr. I.orenz heard of the case he
promised to perform the operation on his re.
turn here without expense.
A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP.
If you are going East this summer why not
see Salt .Lake City and Denver and the elegant
d scenery through Colorado along the lines of
the Rio Grande system?
You can't beat it for excellent service and
good accommodations Only one chapue of
cars bIetween lutte and C(hicago and St. Loui.
0 Write for rates and a copy of "With Nature in
Colorsdo." G. W. FITZLGERAL iD,
General Agent, butte, Mobtana.
THEFT IS A MYSTERY
CLEVER THIEVES STEAL MAIL SACK
SUPPOSED TO CONTAIN A
SMALL FORTUNE.
CLERKS FAIL TO SEE THEM
Bag Containing Valuables Is Taken From
the Office by Person Who Seems
to Have Vanished in Air.
SPECIAL TO T11E INTER MOUNTAIN.
Knoxville, Tenn., April lo.-A bold and
mysterious robbery of a canvas mail bag
containing a4 registered letters occurred
last night shortly after I o'clock at the
local postoffice.
J. T. Roger, railway postal clerk, who
runls between this city and Salisbury
rN. C.. appeared at the office at the usual
hor to work up his mail, and among the
nail were the registered letters. The office
w.p, fall of clerks'at the time.
Roger was called to answer the tele
I)-one and laid the bag containing the
ett1ers down near the railing.
lie was -one but a minute, but when he
r' trn.ed the bag was gone and there was
l,,t the slighltest clew to the party who
h.dI taken it.
IDiligent search about the oflice was
t, ile at once, but no trace was discovered.
I' lice headquarters were notified and the
.:.tire force put to work on the case.
A few minutes before the mysterious
r. ,l'ry ('ant. William Rule, editor of the
JI.irnal and Tribune, had called to get his
Ii il, anl he noticed in a casual way that
t"o litoen, strangers, were standing near
'. : he also noticed the canvas bag.
I he letters were directed to points in
N-.rth ('arolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio
anl Tennessee and are supposed to have
c ,ota;ined several hundreds, perhaps thous
aIs of dollnrs.
Governmient detectives and inspectors
nre at work.
MINING
RICH PLACER GOLD IN
TANAINA BASIN, ALASKA
Reported Find Made Basis of Investiga
tion by Government Officials
Findtngs Published.
vI'r'IAIt. TO TIlHE INTEt MoI'NTAIN.
\\'ashlington, April Jo.-fThe recently re
p,rtlel discovery of a rich placer fold field
Ini the Tanana drainage Insin, which seems
ti, be authentic, thomgh it still lacks ofli
ci;al confirmation, has drawn attention to
tlis part of Alaska. The region of this
allegedl discovery is not yet surveyedl,
though the geological survey has malde
,ivc-ral -xloUr;aSions in the vicinity. These
cuxplora:tions are a part of a tiesneral sys
intm of preliminary surveys wh.wh the geo.
I.lgical survey has been carrying on itn
A:\laka as rapidlly as possible during the
1.4.t five year s.
A reIlwrt enltitled' "A Reconnaissance in
the White and 'Tanana River liasin," by
Alfred 11. Brooks, cont:ains the results of
a reconnalssantlce mate in 18H)8. It de
s'ribes brietly the geographly. geology.
clinmate and tmnber of the region, and, so
far as the ctlnhater of the investigation
would permit, deals with the mineral re
.fnirces. l'he party left the coast at Ska:g
Hay ilt MarCh, 1818, and ma-nb its way in
land fotr alzout Ii,) miles wiit sle.ls; then,
after waiting until the ice on the river
Iroke tip,, it continuedtl down the L.ewes
andl Yukon rivers in canoes to tle tnoutlt
of White river.
That river had never lefore been as
cinlded in btilats biecause of its tmad. rush
ins, current. After six weeks of hard la
Ibr the party succceled in dragging canoes
and supplies up White River I s5i miles,
I here a iportage was foiund to Tanana
Saters. The downlstreaml trip to the
Iiiutlh of the 'Tanana, at joiirney of about
(..to miles, occupied a month. The party
Ifially reached the Yukon after a canoe
journey of i,6oo miles.
A second report Iy Mr. Brooks deals
with the Uplper Tanana basin and is en
title,I. "A Reconnaissance from I'yramid
Iharbor to Eagle City, Alaska." This also
treits of the geography, geology and min
eral resources of the region traversed by
the pasty. It is based on a journey made
with spack horses from the coast of
Pyramld Harbor, Southeastern Alaska, to
the Yukon, near the international boutnd
ary. The trip, which occupied about three
imonths and was made on foot, aggregated
about 6oo miles. So arduous was the jour.
ney that only five of the si horses that
started with the party survived the trip.
lThe chief difficulty with which the party
h;ad to contend was the many turbulent
rivers that had to be crossed. Three boats
were built by the party during the course
of the summer.
A third journey was made by Mr.
TBrooks through the Tanann Basin during
the summer of tooe. This extended
through to thle Yukon fronm C'ook Ihlet,
by the I.ower Tanana Valley. Tl'he report
oi this expedition is now in preparation.
HIGH PRICE OF FOOD AT
ROOSEVELT CAMP, IDAHO
Ore Worth $1 Per Pound Said to Have
Been Found-A 100-Stamp Mill
for OSwey Properties.
Sl'ECIAI. TO Till) . INTERI MOUNTAIN.
Roosevelt, Idaho, April 3o.-Shortage
in food supplies causes great inconveni
ence in this camp. Meat is 40 cents a
potund and coffee, sugar and tobacco are
corrcspondingly high. What little sup
plies that come in are sent by mail and
rgitcred.
tire worth $S a pound is said to have
been discovered in a prospect tunnel here
the other Clay. The discovery was made
b)y an employe of the Thunder Mountain
company, which refuses to give out the
particulars at this time. The tunnel in
lwhich the ore was found has been board
ed up and locked.
It is probable t.tat a too-stamp mill will
bi.. erected on the Dewey properties, the
otiut seeming to warrant that outlay
tor imoney. It will take 3oo men four
months to complete the work.
MANY MILLS TO BE BUILT
Line Along Yukon River, to Reach Cop
per Fields, Will Be Pushed.
Seattle, April 3o.-A stretch of aý miles of
p"lposed radroad from Valdez to '.agle City,
Si, the Yukon river, will be constructed before
anothier winter sets in, aecording to Alfred
ltihes, promoter of the road, who has arrived
lhere from Valdes.
lie is accompanied by James Fish, vice presi.
,dent of the road. New York capitalists are
said to be backing the enterprise.
They i)urpIIIe building the road chiefly for
the development of the great copper deposits
in the Chittina region.
t'ltimately it is the Intention of the pro.
miters to construct branches, one from the
contluence of Chittina and Copper rivers to the
Nusclna placer district and another down the
'lanana to Fairbanks, the metropolis of the
Tanana diggings.
BIG TIMBER FRAMING PLANT
Anaconda Company Introduces an Inno
vation Out at Rooker.
Out at Rocker the Anaconda company
Ihas in successful operation a mine-timber
framing plant, which, as its name indi
cates, frames the timber used in the com
plany's mines on the hill.
The plant consists of a sawmill and of
HAVE YOU GOT
RHEUMATISM?
YOU CAN BE CURED; FREE
A Scientific Discovery Which Will Revolutionize tho
Treatment of Rheumatism.
DebrratlbdOhe 1ad Is er.mil . hY D I~ kr .* Marg
ChMaSc A.ruahr RhsIdnUae. CaI,. AW.ler RUMiuu
7y/. Ab. t. Tys N* J.
It is now posib.le to he cured of any form
of rheumatism without having your stomach
turned upside down or being half chuked to
death and made to vomit, and every sufferer
from rheumatism should welcome this new and
marvelous discovery with open arms and give
it an honest trial. This new remedy was
discovered by John A. Smith. Milwaukee,
Wis., who is generous enough to send It
free to every sufferer who writes at once. It
is a home treatment and will not keep you
from your work.
As you know, if you've tried them. every
so-called rheumatic remedy on the market to.
day, except this genuine cure, will cause you
violent stomach pains and vomiting, and some
of them are so dangerous they will cause heart.
trouble. And the worst of it is they never
cure. When a person thas rheumatism the
constitution i so t run down that he should
be very careful what lie puts into his stom
ach.
It therefore gives me pleasure to present a
rcmedcy that will cure every form and variety
of rheumnatism without one single unpleasant
feeling. That remedy is
";ilJ 1IA T )NIc'."
ltefore I decided to tell the world albout the
discovery of "c;loria Tonic" I had it tried
on hospital patients. also on o1l and crippled
pers.os, with pirfect stiuces. lint s.the pen
ple never will believe anything until they
know it front experience, so the br~t and
qiuietkest way in for yout to write me that
you want to be cured, and I will send you
MONTIANA DRUG CO., State Selling Agents, BUTTE
other mItl.itnery especially designed for
the work. The plant was dtleigneol es
Iecially for the copn, any anI It. !.illy is
4he only one of the kind in operation., the
company finds that it is a great conveni
The timber is untloadcd frmt the cars
at the plant and cut ald otherwise dressed
to co:mply with the directi i.s reccived
from the mine in which it is to lie used.
The companiy saves the'i xpense of haul
ing the usehl-s portions oe the tinler up
the Anaconda hill and thet hauling down
the waste.
At Rocker the waste is use.l in furnish
ing heat for the boiler which alevelhl tWie
steatn that runs the machinelry. There is
also tllore space for fra'uing the titmbers
at Ricker thitan uitt the l.ill.
There are ia men employed at the tinm
her- framing plant, with lHenrry Crangle as
foreman.
BLACK MOUNTAIN GOLD
COMPANY'S GOOD THING
.I'1 CIAL Ti) TIll: INTER i MOUNTAIN.
Kingman, Ariz.. Aprdi y).-The properties
owned by the Itlack Mountain ,old company,
situated in the San Irancisco mining district,.
are showing lip unllder developmlIit exception.
ally well. Several of the best posted gold
milers in the county have examlined these
properties lately nad they pronounce them at
least the equal in value if any minesea in the
river gold belt. Tlis company has a group of
five claims.
The ore is perfectly free from bases as are
all the ores of the district including the Leland
and (;old Road mines. These latter two fa.
mitoll. properties are within three miles of the
Black lountais group.
The suplrintendent of Black Mountain
group, A. 1. Richardson, has spent several
months crosicutting, sinking shafts, etc., giv.
ing the mines a thorough prospecting in order
to asccrtain the value of the ore and the most
'promising place to do extensive developmenet.
A shaft will now be sunk on the largest and
richest croppings, and it is the opinion of
mining men that the value of the group will
increase witll every foot of depth.
Now that the prospecting has been done and
the dividend vale of the ore sstisfactorily set.
tied, houses will be erect . ' mnines and
the work of developmen Tihe priei
dent of the company, retten of l.os
Angeles, will erect a irsi., . he mine antd
stay for the summner.
MANY NEW ENTERPRISES
THROUGHOUT COLORADO
P'I'('IAI. TO TIIE INTER MOUNTAIN.
L.eadville, Colo., April O.--()ne of the most
promising signs of the times of the I.eadvtlle
district is the increase of new enterprises in
all portions of the camp.
IThe steady advance in silt'- is also wel
comed by the mniting ment',au has been
especially beucficial to the sitaI le _ Ilmany
of whom can now Itiake a small profit nd at
least good wages umining the ,low grad iron
ore carrying silver.
'I le camp has haind a contiduttous rec.¢d of
heavy production for over ai yuars, and it is a
fact that not a single ore shoot has ove- been
exhausted.
At times it has been thought that properties
have been worked out, but tile shoots have
again beetn oplened tup in dilferent parts of the
samte property.
A notable instance of this kind is the Mhiyer
shaft of the Iron & Silver Mining company,
which six years ago was lying idle and sup.
posed to be worked out.
The sanme property Is today shipping 3on
tons daily and has more ore in sight than at
any time in its history.
Tile iron shoots of thle district have been
traced a considerable distance and have been
opened by many of the leading producers of
the camp; consequently the work in virgin
ground westward on the extension of these
iron ore shoots should result in opening up
new mines in new territory.
California Excurlote, via the Oregon
Short Line Railroad.
San Franclaco and return ..............
Los Angeles and return ................. .oo
Golng and return via Ogden, Utah,
or Portland, ()re. Tickets will be on
sale May 13 to ig inclusive, good re.
turning until July 15, 3903; stopover
r ivileges In both directions. lor fur.
er particulars call on or address olg
Northl Main street, Butte.
II, O. WILSON, General Agent.
FISHllNG(; RATES.
OREGON SHORT LINE.
Divide and return ...................... 1 o
Maiden Rock and return.............. I So
JMelrose and return ................ I o0
G;len and return..................... a oo
Tickets on sale every Saturday and Sunday.
Good returning the followintg Monday.
To Resumo at Cokodale.
SPECIAL. TO 'tEC INTER TIO!NTAIN.
Livingston, April 3o.--;corge T. Wickes
of Helena is hero arranging for the rto.
a box of "Cloria Tonic" free of cost. N'
matter what your form of rheumatism Is
acute, chronic, muscular, inflammatory, do.
formant, sciatic, neuralgiat, out, lumbago, ete.
-"G(loria 'Tonic" will surely cure you. Do
not mind if other remedies have failed you,
nor mind if doctors say you are incurable.
Mind no one, but write me today sure.
"Gloria Tonic' will stop those aches and
pains, those inflammations and deformities,
and cure you so that life will again be worth
living. This offer is not for curiosity seekers
but is made to rheumatics only. To them I
will send a trial box of "Gloria Tonic" free.
Never before has a remedy been so highly
endorsed as "Gloria Tonic." It has been in.
dorsed by such world-noted men as Dr. Quin.
tero of the University of Venezuela; Hon. E.
H. 'l'umacher United States consul Mars.
caibo; l'rif. Macadam of Surgeons IHall
Edinburgh; the famous magazine "Health,'
London, and a column of others.
If you are a sufferer cut this advertisement
onut and send it to me with your name and
address plainly written and by return mail y%
will receive "Gloria Tonic." and also the most
el:iborate book ever written on the sublict of
rheumatism, absolutely free. 'his lbook con.
tains mutnny drawings from actual life and will
tell all alout your case. You get "Gloria
Tonic" and this wondlerful ook at the same
time, both free, so let me hear front you at
otnce and too y1nu will be cured. Address:
I tI N A. s.I l''. 1. r (;crnAania Building.
_ilwaulec. \\'is., U. S. ,A.
Six Million Dollars Spent by the
U.P.R. R. Co.
in improving whnt was originally the
finest track an the \est.
RESULT
A comparatively straight and level
roadbed. all:tted with dustless Sher
man granite, ren letilt, I 'ssible the
highest rate of speed, together witll the
greatest degree o; safety. The mlagni
tutde of the work Ilust be seen to be
appreciated.
WHAT I)OES IT ME..N?
Solid cominort, security and plea.,ure to
our patrons.
ARE YOU CG)ING EAST?
If so. you cannot fllord to en vii any
otlcr than this ROY)VAL IIT IIWAY.V
Further informlation on applli , t per
sonally or by letter to
11. O. WILSON. O. S. i,.,
Butte, Mutn:ula.
Ehe Inter
Mountain
BINDERY
We are making
Very
Close figures
On
Magazine
Binding,
Blank
Books
YELLEK DOCTORS
Cure allH hrotnle Diselsea of
Men and d~iemn,
N. E Corner Broadway and
Montana Streets.
suming of operations at the Lnkedrle coal
mines. Hle says the Ilant wifl be running
full blast within 9o days.
Reporter Ito Upheld.
i'Y ASSOcIA:'E PIIY.S ,
Denver, Colo., April n. --The Post tonight
editorinlly denies a stt:Ita:ent from the war
d.narime nt t: tthe ef ct that the r 'lrter
vwhose interview with tC trapl I. ,!d.ein wasu the
tuhjrCt of an inVe.til.at ion, h1"d Iecet dis.
char'b.[ from the I.tr, ltndl sayi,:: that no
such ,eItion is cntemplptied. The reporter has
·ill .i, affidavit that he quoted Gcnerel JIblld.
win correctly,

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