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STEAL A CABIN MA' TA MAN'S HOUSE "LIFTED" b¶.DILY AND CARRIED AWAY TO PLACE UNKNOWN. JOHN LARSON'S ILL LUCK Goes Out to Spend a Day at His Country Scat and Finds That It Is Not to Be Seen. Itc [A. ToI Ti1. INritK ?t.l'N1AIN. Vi ti., July 3.--"Lot-- -A 14x 18 cahin, in ti t class ciccliticcn. Finder al'Icly to John I atrton anid reci ive' rewarl." !ii, it the tin t'icng ccIcirtisoi ,t : Iuc0 l iicti1 i fitt? g i " i I ". Ult . 'ts tic II ! I r.n ha' a ti ic ' 1 i x F l.c cr pri i 1 1. I ii c t ulic, In it I' 'hm b n (. 11 11 u 1 1 11 . " 0 .i i l il :; . u I i His Wo- idly (if ,cs. I.niai ol 11.I , I lookltd (1 it nil til I sCnt. Iii ti hlit w lc 1(111. I I ' it cc i 1. 1 a , I Ic' ci aon l t". it 1~ in ,l !i 0 1.1c II Iii 10 ;1. t lli I , Ii' ci 1 ,1 t i i to "1. 1 4 IIi .1 'n t ut , I 1- ' to Iiit iin 'ii Ii' icii e ointi flc l ii c reit ti c c c ' I t h i i t. b 1 !n1e t !."" bare. Inc r. 'I ii o I'' icc liii Te iar,., i *c i l. i ho r hi a th Vto til rh Inill win l.' .1 . H ill .n i 1 , use ht r lpaptr; YOr \1 it N",1. 1 L11 (ir ccc i i c . .''c l 1c iii ' I Aic ' o'.cir cb t i ii .I. it ci, cIt i' t JI 11 c If thc thc n c An r iis i r ts m c Remains a My c'cy. maill r ti.at Ill tr a 01. Oh i al', 0 1 . 'I t .th cc i I, I y n . cth Itlitii rl ii c ec \l"tc I .r i- II i it' li I" cj 1 -i I thc Ii t h i"` f it cc11 - cc,- I c11,.l II ci' 1 i.c 'i ..r.t .....1. h pi es 1 . RAILROADS TROUBLE FOR ASSOCIATION Clash Over Mileage Books May W mry Western Body. Thei h,:atniny ief the L-t:1 I I1'.1,yI ""t iati, i is liab le to be roihl, lv h",,kid t n' , a rliinni to rCpi its tr-ni hi I't. 'l linik l1lt:,l ha, refusil t is, te in the atrmr,.tive til the praopoition of time Wetiern t1t1laiigo Itarcit: if the Wisiirn I'assci.er ;g'.ci~ation. to tubistitate a 2,iie mild i ut irihangeabilc ileaga biLk, good on trains, for theo mtilage certificate hook, and na ort is likely to break out Which will still furtlur dismember the as wociation, csas the St. Paul Dispatch. 'lime Rock Island claims that the action of the lurant was pure spitework, and Pa'ssnger Trafiic Manager John Selastian has issued an ttitittatum to the effect that unless the master is drorpeil he will con tinuet I ic et, inlettinitely, the t8 rate be tween St. .Iua and Chicago. Severit of the taes. however. have an nouniceI that they will take individual ac tion in the mitter. the vote to 5i1'tjtitue the "g(,l rn trains" itlenage ticket for the mileawe certiticate lunk having been eist. The r aion given ly the majority if the lines is that they fouil the tiltu te cre dential tmi certificate 1nIk ttunat acint ny to traveling tutn who thiefly use them. REARRANGING THE DIVISIONS Great Northern Said to Be Planning Western Move. It is rmttrcid in St. Paul that the (reat Northern is ahout to rearrane* tiwo western divis! ns of the Sstem and create a third division out of the two, according to the Minneapolis Times. There are two divisions west of Cut bank, Mtnt. Otue is froit iutlank to Leavenworth. Wash., :it the other from Leavenworth to Seattle. Each division. e-pecially the Kalispell division from i othank to Leavenworth. is a long rne, and the work of the division buperinteindlnits has becoiite tin great. After July t it is ui lerstool the Ka!. lopell division will eid at Troy ont the west, instead of Leavtuorth. Troy will le come the c:unt entl of a newly created Spokane division, "it Meht will exlt il as far west as Leavenworth. West of Leaven worth the La- cie- divi sin will excitd to Setttle. ' he tie w Spokane division t. ill he one of the mnit attractive ott the ttreat North. irn. Its lieuibinrters will be at Spin. kane. and it will contain few mtuntaitt or othr conditions which ate particularly ve xaiiois. It is understood James E. 1lood, at urestnt truuiinutatir at the Fric at hort Jatris, N. i.., will be appointed division ttpcrinti li-unt of the new Spokjnti die-s ion. Mr. llod was formerly e1Cu til with the (;rent Northern. Alcuit ei-.hteen months ago MI r. Manning of Albany. N. Y., wihe lv I in trade cirleks as the representa(tiuti ti Albany (liehtical Co.. was sutilerit , protracted attack of diarrhoea. t Chamteruiniis tolie, Cholera I 1 arrhoe Riemel )"," he nays. ' ;n k ntedliate relief. I cheerfully mend this medicine to those vii ftietedl." Sold by Piaxon & 1.. Newhro nIrug Co., Chtuistie & I. Ne-ostotn tIos. Fril L. Drake, the expert tye ii pairmuun from iti uver, will lii at JThn Sr tin 0-h p till thuis weie . 'Tl phu- , o i MEeIlANIeS We carry a complete up-to-date line of Mechanics' Tools and Builders' Hardware Your Patronage Solicited. Hardware Anaconda. eopper Department Mining eo. Butte, Montana LATEST MINING NEWS HITCH IN DEAL OVER BIC MINE BITTER ROOT COMPANY FAILS TO MAKE PAYMENT ON RICH MOND PROPERIVY. MUCH SURPRISE EXPRESSED Copper Proposition at Saltese, Missoula County, May Not Change Hands After All. It is ra portl a there is ia hitch in the deal hltatwei the Ilittrr Root Mijtint, company wail the HRiclannai l Niniag caan paaty of Spokane Uver piaytniat on the tanl the oarmer company has in the I co.'ild h Coljpcr milt: at( Stitit", Mis..nla2 \ Spokatta paper is attlthority for the t a lit that the litter Root mmptatly vwa. to have a-ile- a pay~nasta on the ritual l.1t 1\atelit talay. but fell ut it a. I hisla a iaa (11aat tat is of conaiaata r lc itters .t in Iautat as Jerry (aonniey, for aumrly in chalret of an ti at the Anaaacala aria atia-a, Ia;:% Lt-n in chara-a e of thit alt a altta-ta of the lat hatanall a:nd nuaala a ttn attlual alhowtin the ilrptatetity. \ oitin tr of itall kntat n attiaa ntataa pl -aus ara iitot anit a I in thie pr;aa -elty. I iattrinat rt* rts ha- taatt t n prinaltI ''tat the ,roii-jat-a of thla proia rty it ta, ittig into art lair laant:ia atd a- n .al .tirllpti t"al iatrat ii a-upra--dt ot r th tail tta of tihe ittnm tany to take its iii. alt, athli aI waly ri-tilt in the I a-s tttt-I stmat R( if w of vitt.ntly l., t . s l in am a t the ala i hnI of thi rr l; ," I *to"Iiy to ilustk the I - t Mining rompaiiy, tl1.aat1 I I r Sicor of Nlinnh - sta l, hlt t 1 it. -- tia a Staaa aaia rdaay to the h I tapany of SIi kane on tacout- t iat ,1 " i- t h hi,- :it. h . fa-.I per a 1 ut al.t. f-ll ,host s on th' ,:" t t It pj.tl $ ra a. a ntla to Phil A.\tih wt all., it canta it . on iacount of tat 1, t a', l htau I ad tt., Mr. A tpiattvall put th dat l thr'it l taith i t ha ttaS to rat , .t . tat'al l a-ta a o tt .-I t ' p ttytn alt laue y-st r aI he co tl-oa tt at a-. tato " ala. :i tltiral i iv. at'. itt tf of $ a. -..t lita t tanut ary. It hat; done tant at , t..t la ri a o k utaal r tt t,- ,tir- t tiat of tlot at at \t ' It. a- 1 o ttine in t p- -. ar of aaont at.a II. I. t tarttiae. r, lor, a ttatl :n V- a% lt r tilalat t and C. J. I . talt alitIIt i of alaa-l t1a i t' ti ri-rr-ta at Ia I.. I; wtat tnd catalult nt It it aolat iat :l I tb itali auIa ii a : at i aln of tinta . a i littar tNoat tenta t ittt a al n i tt 1 a-at on the \ltonit. r. in Saat ve caap. a-" c. h-rv ihla- \lMo itor catltatary of folant tr $i. ..... ap., al-i l.tnuary I. REMOVAL TO ALDER GULCH Concentrating Plant at Glendale Likely to Be Taken Away. The t stte tent tines f oft (i lene,1 le that the concentrating pt.nit. rec ted twio cears ai;o by the Greenwoo; d \liniitg & Millling company, had been sill to the ;trpitali'ts who recently purchaletl the I. S. (;rant mine near Virginia City am l that the plant wa"tthl be removal to Alder gulch. says the I illott lEx;iimini r. Charles Y. Hecter, who has lein care taker of the tirplterty for sevt rat month past. itater t that trnts and laltrers A r rivet at I reenwiotI last week anil t1 begun the tearing Buwn and shipping,. the property, ant that he hill I Itn tt,' that thn' llatit woubti lit tisit ii All. atgulch, a short di'tance aitioe Virgi ti I ity. flie plant is one of the i-it nts i the country, amt it equnipp'.d with \\ il Irey tables. crtshirs till a complete cya nitlitig plant. As the 1'. S. i rantt mine carries coti.iliruble till an.I is more or less of a cyattitlintg lcrtp itii, it is sttip posit by minim Wien i i this section that it is the cyaniding ý st e mcially that the new compani i- r 'Flte 1. S. Crai.t - ientt-l a short dis tanc'e above V'irruintia City and iv5 consid eretl oni of the b. ,t proprties of the dis tri-t. It was rectntly ptrchawcd by (hi citpn men, soiu of the same genletien who are lihitl ti list iris- Nugget Gulch Cittpany being inii- taI in the new deal. The Grtenwo n Io 'ipaly was c in oid fur the greater lit t of ieiileuts of ftutte, who sctured ii ah It -itt the second-class tres and tilt- iliuti of the I lcca Consoli dated M ining cimtii i's mines. The hpant placid i1. lhv these gentlemen w-as a utost c1th 1. ii an, t it has ben ut -d lilt little, Fo toi -ily a year past the concern has been tit Il It .y legal contpli cations wtil the plant has scarcely been given a chance to prove whether or not it can suicissfully treat the low grabe ores of the Ilccla district. GETS NEW 10-STAMP MILL Alamo Ccnsolitated Cotpany of Spo i.ne Branches Out. Sp.k It . Iuly ;, -TIh' .\l,:no (onsoli. :the l Obun t' & 11i'lting company, of alt ch hit R. (assint of Spokane is sec. it - n". r a r ts! iii the S itipter district, It, itr. tI a itn ws to stamp mill. I'tire ir tii tmt ths will be res uired t i st-ll it. As t nit as the mill is in p .ae.. Mr. I :tsin said last tiv-ning. an otitr to-stain tiill will he pttrcit.tsstl auth on. elt.l at the same site. The mill was purchased through A. \V. Saylis of lentier, and the approximate cost of the entire ottit is $.5,00ti. This intlndes a large i tch leashug from the tniil and ",n iimlivbhult l electric lighting plant ft r the mine, luitliings and the town of Alami. Mr. (a- sin said that a large amount of itttter machinery hall been purchased and will tie added to the plant as rapidly as the orte rs can te filled by the factories. When the new outfit is bought and in position the Alamo company will have oine of the moat comtplete and up-to-date man ing equIipments an Oregon. NEWS OF MINES IN THE SALMON DISTRICT Salmon, Idaho, July 3.-The IHanley greup of four claims has been bgtded to a New York syndicate. I)an Hanley is in Salmon this week, having signed up the papers. Ihis group, situated on Itaidee hill, in the vicinity of I.'eiburg, is classed among the leading properties of this country, and people of Lemhi county who know its conduct will back it against any pros pecat ereaiout. It has .0 feeL of ore which will mill $,.5a. a ton. It is opened by a iiao-font tunnel. Mr. Ianley ran aon feet of it this winter. A deal of considerable proportions is tlht which has set in motion the Edmund groiip of tiities on Little Deer creek in Itlacktird district. I his deal was manipu lated by irel Hlcomb and J. A. Robin son, and the new proprietors are a group of New York tatd ioston capitalists, in cirporated as the Eltniutid Quartz Mining aiopany. The purchase price is not stated but it takes five figures to write it. [lhe i-.iitnuil mines, cotistitng of four lita rtu cli ims and (iio acres of placer grimil. have long taen anted for their a aceltlt ta good v;aiies. I lit y were owned and developed ty Arthur I.tilwig atl Ia Dnis taoughlan, who have driven abuiit Son feet of tunnels tan the nrounil. 'Ihi-se tuntels exploit a six faa t vein of practically free milling gtli rC k, the samples of which show atiout $."a a Int . '1 Ire are said to lie 3aaoi to- a, of ore ita sigh't. MUCH DEVELOPMENT WORK AT FORT STEELE Port Steele, i. ('.. July 3.-There is a gri at I, al of tleselopauent work being lt me ainiig the propi rties around here. I the mines are reported to ie in a lit althy a-t 1 ilion antia work is bIing carried oin it a steadi , sure taniia r. ite of iti ci liniig can ps is the Jterry (treek district." said Hl. I.. aolaerts, who ia priaminenitly itinta alit d with mining here. Alberta parties hlav just secured a oatl an the it:ae-er andRot l faaotttain graups of claims for the suut of St 2 oo.1 I heare are fiur climiuis in this group. and etnitalh it velopiiit wo ak has I tn done to aa in onstrate their worth. Al iit v a0 feet f tuitielini has been dune and the ore in lose tittita Is will pay to ship. "Ilie parties taking charge of the claim, will continue the work of development al ra aily started, il a ashoal. make a divi aantil payer af the profaositi, ,. There is soae free gold in the ledges and sotue cxciptitnally rich !itrcaks, while the main tre lay will )ay to work. "1i here is also taansiderable placer atin iug goinug on in the country around t ort Stlea It. The Wild I Iorse creek has yielded conaiilerablc gold, taut has not yet been a liu prl auter. 'lie strip along the creek producing' uild is only atiout two miles itt haigth. I hie gild is coarse at bedrock and smeit fairly tLire nuggets have been found. It is proatalale that in the near future the tala river chiana l will te reached, and then the reatilts %s ill lie better." ARE NOT ALWAYS A SUCCESS 1 Paying Operation of Low-Grade Mines . Depends on Conditions. It It the operation of low-grade mines o tect'sa can only be assured or made pin ,ible by a combination of happy coidi- n I ills or cirttumstance. O If a ,i ill mine. the vein or deposit sihiiil be extensive, the rock easy to in. . int too expen-ive to support, and d ilo rt atio t must he in xpensive, says C ' ,tit and Scientific Ne ws. g l ns i iust lie ittaintaile at low cost, 11 , ..re nm-t he free milling or offer no S .I ilitiitulties in its reduction. t I tir itst be cheap-free-water power p lie riled i wages must not be too high s ta".e!r easily or cheaply obtainable, anlt the mine mtit han e efficient. experienced t i.itaigemtent in every department of mine, t trill and nfiet-. lie more taivirn' le these several condi- t tilns are the litter thei grade of property t that may le made to yield a profit. Ii it le a smelting proposition the pro- l isms are fluxes. fuel, power, water, til. her. process for reduction of the ores andti comparative cost of several processes, and in addition to these the market price of the product, which in a smelting propo. sition is usually a base metal, as copper, lead or zinc as well as gold and silver. In this case competent management is even more essential, as the difficulties le setting the smelter are usually more nu merous than those of the ii I man. Almost anyone can successfully manage a rich, free gold mine, but one must have experience to work a low-grade mine suc cessfully, attl technical chemical knowl. c lte as well to ot crate successfully a smelting proposition. LABOR NEWS SIX MONTHS IN PENITENTIARY Labor Leader Found Guilty of Assault Scored by the Court. iY AtSSOCIAttED titF.Si.4 New York. Iuly 3.-William Sweeney, a striker, who assaulted a non-union work man recently in the Iludson river tunnel, has hlen sentenced to six months in the penitentiary. Regarding labor ttnions, Judge Blair said in passing sentence: "If you stood alone in this matter the court might le inclined to he lenient, but you represent a body of men who consider themselves above the law. "Every man has a right to sell his la hir for what lie pleases and should not le interfered with in so doing. "lThe qtuestion of wages is one between employer and unemltoyed and cannot be dictated by any holy of men. "The right to labor must le secured as guaranteed by law." PEACE FOR CLOTHING TRADE Employers and Workmen Sign an'Agoee ment for Two Years. Et ASSOCIATED PREsR. New York. July 3.-The National As sociation of Wholesale Tailors has signed an agreement with the order of the United Garment Workers that Insures peace in the clothing trade until the sutmmer of toot 'fTe agreement establishes the nine-htour day and only union men are to be e The coatmnakers who asked for a wage it-rease of 25 per cent compromised on yi per cent. Excursion Rates to Gregson Springs. KIvery Saturday hereafter, until further nee, the B., A. & P. Railway will make the ili winig round-trit rates to CGregson Sprisgst \tnconda to Griegson and return .,,,,,... I Soe iitte to Gregson and return......... ...Soc 'tickets good on all trains from noon Satur. days until noun Mondays. Excursion Rates to Gregson Springs. Every Saturday hereafter, until further noiie, iii it., A. & P. Railway will make the tittiwing ruitditrip rates to Gregson Springs: Anaconda to Greugsn and return.......... Soc Buitte to Iiregeson and return.,,......... oe Tickets good on all trains from noon Satur days until noon Mondays, NO REST FOR THE NERVOUS MAN ENTHUSIASTIC SMALL BOY WILL CELEBRATE WITH HIS OLD TIME JOY. MANY FIREWORKS PURCHASED Giant Crackers and Other Explosives Continue to Hold Their Own in Popular Favor. Tomorrow is the day when Young America will get out with the festive fire cracker and make the Chinese New Year look foolish. To properly supply the American boy with ammunition the firecracker manu facturers labor all the year round. This is the only industry devoted to the manu facture of an article which is destroyed in. a day. In fact. nearly the whole supply is de. stroyed in a day, and on July 5 work Ie gins again in the factories with a view to supplying the markets the next year. Many Fireworks Factories. There are between is and 2o fireworks factories in the United States, and it is estimated they turn out in the neighbor hood of $iu,ooo,ooo worth of fireworks a year. It is necessary in this work to employ skilled workmen, owing to the danger if unexperienced hands are allowed to experi. ment with the explosives employed in the composition of the product. Each year the factories study the pop ular fancy and whatever has caught the eye of the public is ingeniously made into a picture of fire and sent out into the world. To Discourage Enthusiasm. during the la't few years there has Lien an effort on the part of the nervous man and the property owner to discourage the old enthusiastic celebration of the Glo rious Fourth and make it a sort of su perior picnic occasion, when all should pack their lunch baskets and take to the woods to avoid trouble. Mayor and police all over the country attempt to restrain the ardor of the small buy sufficiently to secure a reasonable as surance he will not blow his head off in his joy. But all this opposition to the old orig inal celebration has little effect. The noise still bothers the nervous man the tire still destroys the possessions o the property owner, and the small boy still Ilows off his head with joyous abandon. No Falling Off. Tie sale of firecrackers in Butte this year. according to the retail dealers, has not fallen off in anticipation of a quiet Fourth. If the citizens have made no ar rangement to salute the shades of our fore fathers the small boy is "Johnny-on-the spot" and will do all that is necessary to let them know they are not forgotten. The fact that there has been no large sum raised for a general celebration is so ianuy more dollars in the retailers' pock ets. Instead of watching the big celebra tion. the urchin will now purchase fire works and make the welkin ring of his own accord. Although the art of making fireworks has advanced immensely during the last to years the last year has seen little im provement. Prices have been lowered somewhat and the quality of the goods used slightly improved, but there is little of interest which has not been known be fore. Mfost of this year's novelties are merely the old stand-bys in a new dress "Nigger Chaser" Favored. According to one of the largest retail rulers the favorite is the "nigger baser" and after that the demand for the iant firecracker, known as the "giant sa ate." is popular. (if course, there is a heavy demand for he regular small firecrackers and tor edoes, but the "fire snakes" and other pecialties are not taking well. Of the more expensive pieces this year lie diamond chain rocket is the most no icenbly spectacular. The entire reserve und of genius in the pyrotechnic artist eents to have been called into play in he construction of this piece. It carries an enormous amount of pow Ier and leaves the ground with such an mpetus that it reaches the height of 2,ooo cet before it explodes. Balls of fire. When the explosion comes the top hamber blows off and a succession of ire balls stream out, changing color rap dly, and remain visible for some time uspended to a parachute. Owing to the amount of lockjaw caused y the cap-pistol and the subsequent agi ation against its use the little firearm has ilmost entirely disappeared from use, the clank-cartridge pistol succeeding it. Its usefulness was impaired by the grow ng number of loud explosives empl oyed in making fireworks, the noise of its firing being drowned in the crash of the bigger pieces. The most expensive piece of pyrotech. nics on record is the piece used at the dedication of the St. Louis exposition in May, which cost $5,ooo. THEIR MEMORY IS DEFECTIVE Members of the Failed Firm of Eppinger & Co. on the Stand. San Francisco, July s.-Jacob and Her anan Eppinger and Bernard Ettlinger obeyed the summons to appear before the grand jury yesterday, making their first appearance in public since the failure of Eppinger & Co., of which they were members. they proved bad witnesses on the stand and invariably refused to answer ques tions on the ground of defective memory or that it would tend to incriminate them. Nothing in the way of throwing any light on the operations of the defunct firm was obtained from either one or another of them. Proofs were presented during the ses slan that the firm had borrowed money from the International Banking company on grain alleged to be in warehouses, which, as a matter of fact, was not there. The grand jury will take up the in vestigation again Wednesday. NORTHERN PACIFIC SUMMER EX CURSION RATES. On Ma 96 the Northern Paelfic place on sale its week-end" excursion rates, as fol. losl ppestone an4 return ....0.0 Whitehall and return ......5 Lime Spur and return.... see On sale Saturda s and Sundays. Good re. T win Bridges and return......$s.eo Alde1r and return .............3 Onony and return.........aye sa Saturdays. Good returning follow. On sale Sundays aor No. S. Good returnIng same day only. Bontta and return ........4 On satl for train No. Saturdays. Good returning the following Miondays. Hamilton and return...... eos.0ý Tickt on sale Wednesasad Stu1d~ Goed for two 4]"aysandin?' d day looi at the " avallnd hoteld ba de to aminltont and return ... S...aoeoo Tickiets on sale daily. Good for eight days and include a week's board and lodging ai the "Ravaili" hotel. The limit of tickets can be extended ba applytn to manager of the Ravalli hotel and paying board from time extension is made. W. H. MERRIMA , General Agent, corner Main and Park street, Butte. NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars Electrio Lighted Steam Heated BUTTI 5CHIBDULU WEST3OUND. Trains. ARRIVE. DEPART. No. s-North Cease Limited... IF Ie p~m its* pa6 no /-.Y ab" ri .oe 8 Me p- M suen p.e. sae p.m No. t:-- ***** 1 "*pity Espues....... st s. nm. . . ZASTBOUND. Trafas. ARRIVE. DEPART. Me. a-North Coaat train open at No.- uf r Untes No. rusts... kase m.as p No "wi is Pi a ........ xprese*........ ...... s1er4 pm. Naul an Natern ra'*t Lim Mhleh a. Moul adEse ns oteadt112 -North one, imited, iromth Sacin coast to it. Paul, Duluth and principal stern po oat CitIn. all I . points, end all .r points west of ii Seattle and Tacoma 14. 6,-s o agxrees, from Teoa instfattle to 31 toýlgm and nlUB. " M. LB.t1 for -sittae Roat Loesta from Butte foa:dr su, o t nnermediate points. -oi oer oot Local, from heamilon not rus-o 1 s. eHmrt wnCt M H. bERRIMANj Express from it, osaui and Pall win Cets. No. I4-Lcal connectio with n Extres for St. Pauand all points at. F'asssnanere for Twin Bridges. Sheridan, Alder lon and Norris bramihet leave Butte on Igo. s and arrive in Butte from thene points on Nao t3. Trains on these branches do not run Sun I.MERIAN General Agent. ore Ma~inA4 en aksres Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway TO CHICAGO AND EAST ROUTE OF THE Overland Limited Omaha to Chicago and Pioneer Limited St. Paul to Chicago FAMOUS TRAIN OF THE WORLD All agents sell tickets via the Milwaukee road. For low rates to all points address P. II. SCANLAN, Commercial Agent. Helena Mont., Or W. B. bIXON, N. W. P. A., St. Paul. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U. P. R. R. Co. In improving what was originally the finest track in the West. RESULT A comparatively straight and level roadbed, ballasted with dustless Sher man granite, rendering possible the highest rate of speed, together with the greatest degree of safety. The magni tude of the work must be seen to be fppreciated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Solid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so you cannot afford to o via any other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further information on application per sonally o0 by letter to H. O. WILSON, O. S. L., Butte, Montana. Boarding Stables Attention Paid in Every Detail to Hores Left In Our Charge. Rates Rea sonable .. Phone 693-A PRIDE OF BUTTE STABLES 132 South Montana LYELLEK DOCTORS Sure Eli Shreelc Dlseaaes of mciWe u. 1. E Corner Broadway and Montana Streets. DR. T. G. HEINE Eye, Ear, Nose and Throdt Diseases of men and women. Office 304 and oo5 Pennsylvania block, W. Park street. Ofice tel,, 899A. Residence 616 S. Montana street. 'Phone 7ai'M. MAYER ELECTRIC CO. No. T N. Montana St. No. 65 W. Park St. Conjractors for Masonio Temple, contractors for County Hospital, etc. We contract for everything in the Electric Line. Bring Your Motors to Us We Will Make Them Satisfactory. Office 'phone posA; residence 'phone 836A. Butte. - - Montana. J. D. M'GBEUOR, VETERINARY SURGEON. Honorary gradute of the Ontario Veter inary College of Toronto, Canada. Treats all diseases of domesticated animals ac cording to scientific principles. Office at Morrow & Sloan's stables, 304 South Main street. Telephone ap3. All cases promptly attended to. ti. STAN A1N socI sN. The latest* products of the Pullman shops are now run ning every night between Chicago, St. Paul and Minne apolis on the new electric lighted "Great Western Limited." These cars are extra large and easy riding, the interior furnishings are of a simple elegance which appeals to all. All berths are supplied with electric lamps for reading. The dressing rooms are large and commo dious. For further In formation apply to J. P. Elmer, General Passen ger Agent, Chi* cago,I The Best Friend The Northwest Ever had .,The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVE BUTTE. For St. Paul, East and West, daily .. 8:ooa.m. For St. Paul, East and West, daily ................. 8:oo p. m. ARRIVE BUTTE. From St. Paul, East and West. daily ........11:45 a. m. From St. Paul, East and WFesdal O1: AO dm. City Ticket Office, No. 4t North Main Strect, Buttc. W. R. MEECH, C. P. and T. A. Pullman, Dining and P Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOWS And All Bastera Points Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail.) PORTLAND Red All Pacific Soast Posats ARRIVE. DEPART. No. 9....6:4o p. m. No. 8...4:45 p. m No. 7.....:45 a. n. No. zo....J:os a. m. Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AGT. Denver & Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Pall and Winter Seasons The journey to the East via Salt Lake City and along the shores of the Great Salt Lake through beautiful Glenwood, Colorado §prings and Denver is one of uninterrupted delight in winter as well as in summer. In fact, the fall and winter seasons add but a new grandeur and charm to the travel scenes and infuse an element of variety and beauty to the unsurpassable wonders along the Rio Grande Western and Denver & Rio Grande lines. Through sleeping and dining car service. Person ally-conducted weekly excursions. For rates or information a to G. W. 1ýIZGERALD, General Agent. Ticket Oft-- -47 E. Broadway, Butte. Atchison,Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA PB ROUTI 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 sona. For particulars about REDUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F, WARREN, General Agent 411 Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utath.