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SUCCESSFUL MEET SEEMS ASSURED SECRETARY OF THE AMERICAN MIN ING CONGRESS WRITES TO THE INTER MOUNTAIN. Irwin Mahan, secretary of the Ameri can M.ining congress, writing to the Inter Mountain from I)eadwood of the prepara tions being made in the Black lfills town for the sixth annual session of the mining _ongress to inert there September 7, says Vans are moving along nicely for a sur eseful meeting. A large attendance of mining men and people generally inter;rted in the develtopment of the \.st is looked for. The following persons have crnsented to take part on the program and read Ipapers or deliver addresnes before the next mnit log of the American Milning collgrr . writes Mr. Mahan. Ihe list is inom plete and other :.am, will Ie aliledI trol time to time, as other di-tinguiishedl Ir sons have been rcrcitesti.d to take pa;t .ion the program, but definite answers have iot yet beten robtained from the in it tht, tine Franklip It. ('arpe.nter, iicitvitr. Coln.; : l in II. Darton. \'ashii.iti. I It. . '. ( .l. W . Merrill, Irail. S. ft;D . I. Ir..I II, l. Vier msillion. S. It. IL. I'.rk r, r .,i' ahl 't . I). ('.; Prof. (. 11. '`1111. . itate: h, Il ,t Mins., Rapid ity. 5. I ).; J. I). I rvmg, W\\' h. Ingion, D. C.: (' C. ( VIIl.i a, Iaphl (tsty, .I. I ; J4 In W t lfiirt, I,.ir:, S. II .; I'ro, .1. A. Ul mt, tit h, t . h, p.rh int iiiti a lad r ntix altlrgy. Sit. 1 u.,, ti. I'. ti.oti, St. I.an , Mo.; Ilon. (. E. 5Van I tiuii, Ntvadt. T lie title of the papets ;cil Ile piv ivt it " later date. Slight injurler often disqa;le a man and cause several days' loss of time, and when blood poison develops somnctiies result in the loss rof a hand or liui. ('hamtnerlain', Pain Balm Is a e antiseptic linlln( nt. \\ hen applied to c;ots, bruises and Ib,:ru it c:ntus s them to beal quickly and withut matura tion, and prevents any danger of blood polson. For sale by l'axon & lN-ckefcller ewbro Drug Co., Christic & Leys and Newton Bros. FIELDS IN CASCADE SAID TO BE A LOT OF GOOD COAL IN SOUTHERN PART OF THAT COUNTY. Great Falls, July l .- -Parti. living in what is known as the IIirId creek coal district, in the '.iuthlirn part of (;arcals County, have brrn Il.aced oi the tit rof expcclancy over the presetnce in that r,, glon of a party of seven prospect.r s who have been there for the past two weeks. Although the nieiiiers of the. party will not state who they represent, it is unit r stood by sonie that they are there in the interests of the Nrrrthelrn 'acific ra;ilra:dl. There arre kinowni, to Ie great quitatiltllltr of coal in that re.gion. Sirx or eight years ago the relat lortrh Cpit railroad I.r's pected the region for th"e I1 ltont.w.oodII( I ,l ciimpanty il it %;as thought for sinc time that the railroad wouil o-tatli~h a big coal ctamip there. Il he Sit kett initts were takent instead and nothing (iither has iit n donec in. the region ,inc. Thre arty nlow at wirk in the iuint¶i.il, Is there is verifying the hit survess mile by the Irt at Northerni's imen. Shi hilt ti.)y report favorably to the iprolr'et, it is e lieved tli te wsill Ite a It ig camp started there uit iI that a branch frotn the NO. rtI t i: Pacific will ru tn tilto the tlegi l ii. Ill the imean;iiiime the L s.id ens ini that vicinity arc tcry irich ti o rtit i -tled in the ilrorl c i s and ilt pr'edict that cretit thi tigs are to occur ton Hulrid et trk iii th. fiu ture. QUEBEC MINE CHANGES HANDS Property in Alamo District, Oregon, Is Transferred. lipokanilt. Jiuly .t.- -'I .-well kniown tinei on ilueblc hll. Al:ii.rn district, ()rlegt- il, has bteen s hl to I)rtrit parties and will t50 lire take ln ove r by tie tlew ownil ers. Thlie price paid for thi e iproperty is int known, bult as t has blrn divi lote toi a considerartle extenit the aminiit i is sup posed to ber a large i ne. The conitrtol tt the propelrty will ias. into the Ih ills of the littrl it im n this week. It is ir.hoable that the cutupany i% It mlake a deal vwhtry it can se cure the use of the long Scandia tunnel., owisii I by Spturka;i ptI-ple, for deeper dtrt nlpuirn t. This wuill remove the niecessiy of dlillng a great deal of dteep prelimintary witk nidI will Isr n the exnpense olf tru nning a lui nel. "'hue propierty of the ()it.riit-(r hlor r:nlo cotmpany, rowning the Q..t inte, consisii tof two groupis. The Oregini (.oloradi o g,r iti is located inl (tear creek, a -hirt distannce aliove theil Alar o ine. The Quetee groupt is Ic.ited iii iti ih, e mountain, close lto tihe Sardiia tiunnel, I, and is crquippel with a i titiu p ill, conri centrators and straiti pit., No effort will ie malue t ilnaugulirate work in the mill till the pri perty has bliten further explored. RICH GOLD STRIKE MADE Gold Beds on the Alaska River, Alaska, Draw Metal Seekers. iY t.SsIItAIl T In tRI.S. Seattle, \Wiash,, July ..,-Recent finds above L.ake Arkell. Alaska. are causing ituch xcitemenlt p nlirth. as the strike is said tio be faibulously rich and thousaids of pteoplle are going in. The new strike is on the trilirt;res of Alaska river, two tiiles north of t haIn caj tne landing and j milest abouve .ush creek. The distance fromt \Vhithe Horse is 2ti miles. ANOTHER CALIFORNIA EXCURSION. From August bjh to 15th, itclut.iv, the Northern Piacific ly. Co. will sell special ex cursion tickets to S.n Fraincisco and return for $5o.oo and to l.os tAngeles and return for $6o.o. 'Tickets good returning utip to and in cluding October itih. Stopt-overs are alltowed within a ten day limnt goiing and within lanal limit returning. For lull particuhlars call on or write, W. It. MEIIItI IA.'. General Avt nt. To Treat Tailingr., Sheridan, Julyv 2.- )he 1 .r, - lro=. have been haultit:g '. '.itr ville for thte ,- , t be-i put upi th " reating The tailih.t, . ill. R. Glasser Is doing the carpenter work. .Mrs. (lasser went up Sundny to visit him. Wants to Sol. Gardiner, July a2.-Cnpt. Thomas Shields is negntlating with eastern men for a sale of an intrre~t int some of his mines at Cooke. The captaint is one of the oldest operators in tile camp and has so(,ic of the hest property there. Locates a Claim. Livingston, July 2a.--Thomas McKeever has Iocated the Cora quartz lode mining claim in the New World district. NORTHERN PACIFIC TRAIN CRUSHES OUT A LIFE Harry Harrington, Brakeman, Falls From Freight Near De Smet and is Ground Into Bits. I'F.( IAI. ToI IIII. INIER M '. i Al"AIN. Missoula, July a.,.--ltarry I .irrington, i Northern Pacific traktktatt,. was killed aIt II o'clock last nilight onle l.ile anst of 1l. .Sin tt. Ih. feIll from an ast. houn, d 'lil .;is l a i fLL. I, hI lpitl an e.t ,h t 1y Ito, g nrlth t, catch hint. \Py\ lrn and Thei rirht hd h Eno Ev n t.kt it tling at the Garl ens. h It hg h(rrhlIv mangled.ll Hlarrin.ton an h, sh,,rtly after lhasing lit' llltt, ,II t flit way Ii re. He, I;avt, ,t t.l|e awl yr,,wn daughter, bhth Iof Missoula. lt.l in.gtt, l wa ,ll tI' a1 r ,11 f 11 111c ; in' 1 t:l , I .f S ,rni'a, Mi .th. BALL PROVES GREAT SUCCESS Pythians and Their Friends Enjoy Even ing at the Gardens. t:-1 until a I.t,. h,,r did the. I'ythian 11hall ,t .11 i.ht ,t tht' Mar r.h. . r ,I h,,. svvra(l' huntlehl ms,1 i .11 wr, ' r n til flh, ,,r th ins; the r'u n111, . 'Il hall w., a -,1', anld financt al it rt . Jhlring hf.t ilnt. ro '.iers,,ll l ; ln h tr, rt' frchonc ,.., w r' '.crvy l in thl ' i' of the I) .vihl .n. I h,,. , to , I,,,,1 i. , ',, ,,,. h - ,it f,,r th i u ,s th I,' a nair in llthle, : I1 . V,,h I: , .1, L. 1. I,n i y. A i, hrt I ,(rt II hay , i r. i , 11, .l h nntl r ,m. ,; ,,N I.ll hg, . I ob \' l, ", y . .. t. nl.. I , J.y h ( ler, 1,,.r . I, "'1.s- . II. A. M I m t na .t, hk, H ' t. , I lu Lard,. I. ,I, I,.ll. .,,mer, ,ltnhim, (;e',rgt, ,.hnn .. A. N. Y,,hr, \\. .\. 1't .,=ingt,,n, I).,tal .\rh..lrlo.t.!. GAS MEN ELECT OFFICERS W. A. Aldrich of Spokane Chosen at the Frisco Meeting. sItV AS ill t I A I l.li i 5S Sr.i I ra t'i-cu . ii t Si At i lly ,ie. inn of the P'acIif' (' ".1st I,;. a'aciationt y.(., ht cday I)lr. (. T . I'. I, . Sh·le tl olf the I', I, ,h inl M ii n't.' . '. s .ati o,i r ai.i l a pape'r oi " fie Oil Situation in aliforia from a (',,tnsmercial St.unlpoint." 'i he fl, losing Olliver, were doctttd : rTwo Coulest - W..r SpokanCf i M-e. n ii i it. St-riI ll t iiiu i ',Iii I I, I Ih',iII : l. II l ( re-rth s i tl I. S The i-r of iit iiiiti.:1 to ithe , i r.,r , is o', po mid .(.I I olu , l l., rt1i, S:i-n Ira t-sinc.i ; II. ( I. K, i , siaci . l;nC lit ; ('. II. I' .1 1 ot r. Sao. I. , ,I . .1 1.1 Ia. l , S. ( "li jnh ulr. i t , I 't I.r i A I.I1ntt .i h 'I, in Ili . WEDDING WELLS RINGING OUT Two Couples nie f the-l M i-Presence nofy a CMrowd. l· " r I. t\t I a ..l L I 'l . . v . l - I),n dI ,,t I alt, r ,,,,td ll,, I<' ." i in of Su p Sr or .ei1. nl i, ni. lh'l l " t :iiiil" af'Dr Ioo in til' I'!ri. i I ch r. I . Ii et. 11. E. I i,,o ll lIrh,1 o lili , t' ' C . ' . .,:1 il, lYV. A few mriend, of the ct.ltlat nm p,,lrtit, wer t ill% it, -. I1 li ,L un c.i uplh V. irll mlIki their ii i. in ll S..ti'ir l r tift l.r . i ..sii, t '. lagrk iip. Mli~ (:rrit I.ah ,, ;d Ihow ard I'.nu~riik steer' mllrril.d at nol , y. terday at the hu'nt' of the parent. " ft:,. bride, Mr. anl .i1,. Il nr, I.Lsh. (.-t X, vth .. .c ,tul strict. 1, .. J. \V. Its li ' t .,t the M cth,,dist but lrc.h pt rIf l ni I I''1 - ctremonl y. DROWNED WHILE BOATING Three Seattle 10-i Cie in the Presence of a Crowd. S,,. ttl '. I tlt . I efre a hundrdl per ,,ns, n t h, o w.re powerl, ,. , ho aid ith'i, ('harli, lHur; :;id I ,ryr W . I)aihl;rtln it 'i' dr, 1111(Iu ill I..k , ( 'niolt )t 'er'l.ly 'l he 1m l , i" i,, . ,.. ,Lo nnd, with H lhn l'itker, %tm t (,it 'u .1 , , al' t ()nt. of the patht I1-, t the boat it! att Itaker, who :, . w , . ii'.. "n":na v(d to ke, p in the hui t .."d a. 1. , I, The boldies, h i e nut ,t I, .1 ri cu t r',,. BEFORE YOU TAKE A TRIP ,uppllly )co rset(,l f . i1 , , '' ,,,pu ',tir Iuautl, ll|, or I,.t. ,, % 'v hav h lt o .utu t l.t. , f . new hook, and paIper" from all the harg,, o. ,, I',,-hffice N. sw, Stan,, t7 West Park .it. MONTANA MAY GIVE TIMBER TO WORLD Water the shade trte! It Imay be only a juestion of a few years ahlCn .Montana will he looked to to supply all the tirtlrer for the rest of the It will 1; but a few years before rluralie toltr ,r ' comes very much dearer than it is ail prese t. ;itood chce.tlut and white oak posts are wrrth now I5 cents each, and red cedar postts o ct. apiece., ttldresbed, arnd are hard to get at that. 'IT'n years from now tilhe supply will !he imuch less. No more pIroitaible use of land c:n Ihe m;;de than to plant walnutt, lchestnlut. roa;k, hickory. prute., ash, maple. poplar. willow, locust and other trees that have a value in thte arts for their timber. I'larit the rough land to trees. The eucal,.pts ;re nIow grown inl the oltthwest eCI1 prtion of thie co(ittlt y lmore exte t sively than ally oliher i xotic forest tree. These trees are originally from Aus tra!ia; they are known there Lu:d.r the name of anti-fever trees, as by their rapid RANCHERS SEEKING ADDITIONAL LAND GREAT AMOUNT OF HAY AND AL FALFA WILL BE PRODUCED NEXT YEAR. PROFIT BY SAD EXPERIENCE Last Winter's Shortage in the Forage Crop Set the Animal Owners to Thinking. The s'Il re %snowstorm that visited dMr.n t:alg: rai'li nl.t spring causiing a hi ;1vy liIs I.f tile aiIn sheep resulted in a I .is.i. ,unit of hay being fed by ranch( r". ' i; it hay pricer skyward. k4. h nfu i l,,pr, q, to li. prepireid another ,(h tt ;t i'. ti th t ril l are renting and fe, e ig more ltie lads alnd planting nmore friti.e arorp than I to r btteflter. in Iny s( tioins of" the \VWet catthl ien ;ir r hlugI inll their litrls rbecau e of tl.i ,hort r;riie. 'l lt I, llulla illl is couitlaitel'l in 1,,11 tin No. 11 aait iiiut Iy Scrri try ( I'. it\litlil of the Natiil Lie Stocl' k ti.k II his re vi w of lilntinal liv tot :, A inh, tl. tl rit lep rtl s front N t 1,nta ;iat, lilt r I tis vis.ited Iy ;a two l hli,,;il d ili \i v ;fl, ir i vi ry Iong IL p. rid(I, . .., the lami Iluss at S t1 lier '',1 l. if l -It ,t k the irhinary 1to. cailvei I to , per ient and oi f i ld t : nominal. "'h:I ' l r: , ('; irCcad . ('hot;l+ i, I+-.irJ i c ii' tw y reptorts no lons, p-Ak oi .an it rains in May l i iut.1l.u lil unt if l ..ud. IFromii the ptrt'l. n llli cahl r c iunty the toI i . ir n ,I 'rii, . A liht laiil cropll wa l lt , a lari o nu eliir lil dri y c, . and in ' ""t, tii.ns this conl rtion is aO's trite. t' lIttI .i. w fell in (i 'utr, iliwson or nii i lunltl ,. 'lit. ranli , is therefore diry ;atnl, Iwo.: I. ii verrriwl,id. ' lhe ':ilf ct'lop is set down ..I iabut , u pr reuit nii the linmb cro1. I.0^ a t urom mtalivitus p1 1 ning of rm: by poisn.oiniiu w'ds. ci'yote's a lid thii t s in thle Miioula district are set down it il ier illnt. PLAN TO RAISE MORE FUNDS Mcagher Memorial Association Will He Id Meeting Saturday. IFurthecr Iplanti for tai i.i n findii for I!. erectit n of the proposed ltunntlltit t., ;len. Tihnia Francir .le:h.e,,r, Hunt:,,:,: early t iiveri-r. will Ic co .idtl reid .a , mn, ting of the l'Thoia. lrancis Me\tah, r M ln,ria:l ,,iI t i:itiin. to, Ie, hti l in Malii -' flio hall. Satutrday cv eini. The'l Ii . tin. will elect ufticers for hii ylIr anl d 'p'i- r yally di Is plans for r. , n i t ii I.ionei fr t hi e mlri jlion a iant. 'I lt re i 1 larlr e .ilnnn oni b n;li l ow. IIIt 'conidhr; bl;ly o e is llcded I before the . for hid, for ih.e- mo mn ,tt to bt incatl in ler capitl grounds t li len.. i ii Sue .li the l ' nit d Irit h . ere th Sechures a r- StiayOe -r hrl a piti e .t fii le r . n stiet rit e rit orr . "s o'f whit I, wdl r e.. tblle irn t t: ,. ac.h ,',.l. I hlie l nt r t ,.i'. r, of r ti t Man q w h r Mi, i . ll Pt n it.,lion aret : 'rt o iltnt. t";:r ,--y I t "iuit , I'.t . l ,ii ltr hy ; r ce:rc t..t, I. I. I... .,h , IS A WONDERFUL SLEEPER iti e ':. t 1 eti. 1'1 f ' The rtny i h ;.t ' t ., ,qI. t.,." d, , h ' a ttr ." o f I ; tr',a. iii In ' :ll i u, Ii-, I' .ill;t titli, i 'tit t, h l.rel. V,. ' he trJin n.", r::nnig f(,; ru'i s us h n"e the little .'ie l ji lrt id ffitno itr hrti h tihr ily the- a itlt - of- the e le..,r. A\t th, n iext station the f(t ther h f tit g.,rl left the trail ,ld t went in st iarie h t , Ihe chihl. She tht' foui wne ,ditance from ihr track. -till a hipt , htu h1it muiil numier.I.. .,ratch c, uni jurild. Sht. t, tlot ricu llhctie n of leavingi 4 train. Secures a Stay Order. 'Clareticeil, I. Slmitih .ct i.rd an trilt r from J.idgu n.towlks yesterday slaying Iip, curding, before Justice of the Peace "I.Lv lor Nof Suth iuttel in an action Icommn II i- . ( harl'es Brown against whom : volt, ttat v hantkruptey Iiro't,.,lings were t,. tenlh i. ninneiced by ettain c.dlit..t. Siith Iwi ar'. for other creditors not in in i the ju tice co,,rt. S,,iih represent lI to Judge Knowles th.,t Ilowni left the mty July s and thle hankruptcy proceedu " have not been perfected. The stay onir w ill prevent one , et of creditors ft. , iwlinig ally aidvalitage over the ('1," r creditor.. CALIFORNIA EXCURSION. Anpret 6th it, taih, the Oregon Short line will .l ticksit,. Itutte and Anaconda to M:in Fratn -co wrill return, .,;% Los Angeles ii,, limit for return, lrctober i5th. Tickets p , .1 va tiht.r Itgden or I'tortlanl, Remember lhi l idcln route in 5u0 mile. ,horter and 24 hv ni.. nickei r Iltan any other (only two nights ut ). I r ive berth, now. Short Line ticket oint e, n.3 North laiii St., llutte, Montana. H. (t, \\i!-,,n, General Agent. , rr·it;i and large amount of foliage they .l nr the poisonous gIscs of the swatit,' tct;ing the air pure and the clinite h .;.ltity. In California, Kansas and Indiana tracts ,it land evcral thousand acres in arts have been planted with seedlings of the eucalyptlus rotrtata for fuel, railroad ties and for windbreaks. ()n aerount of the ir rapid growth they ni;ke clesir;:le shaue trees for the dwell ing and pasture lots. In ta!;y partis of the -outhwest the e'calypts are t;ied to ;'d"antage to fur nish l h;, in ipaittur(. If set along the fc '.s antd along the irrigating ditches th ) ,:"" '"", mltaclt to protect the cattle in th" !: "t a without at any time inter fcr'ntg 't farmwork. Sedlings may he hali fr' t tite nurserymen in too lots at 5 c'etnt., (; 'h. 'There re esome .io different varieties, tand! all of thn: are said to grow equally well in t': r:;ll e victd southern states. Plant t . hii-',iltc inl forest trees and farm the low growed, STATE SAVINGS BANK Jobn A. Creighton..........President G. W. Stapteton........ Vice-President T. M. Hodgens .............Cashier 3. O. Hodgens.......Assistant Cashier R. B. Nuckols.......Assistant Cashier Under state supervision and Jurlsdie. tion. Interest paid on deposits. Sells exchange available In all the princip cities of the United States and Europe. Cojlelrtons promptly at. tended to. Tranict a enerl banldnn business. Directors 1. A. Cryighton, Omgha; G. W. jtal¶n, A. H. Blan. B. D. Levtt. St.Ys Knper, T. U. Kodgeb, J. O. Hiodgens. Corner Main and Park Streets, Butte. DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BUTTE Established ,88a. Incorporated !got. Capital.... $100.000.03 General Ba.nkling Business JOHN D. RYANZ..... .... President JOIN R. TOOLIE.....Vice-President . C. SWINIBORNE......... .Cashier R. A. KUNKEL.... Assistant Cashier W. A. Clark. J. Ross Clark. W. A. CLARK & BROS BANKERS Transacts General Banking Business. Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver but. lion and local securities. Boxes for rent in safe deposit vault. Seli exchange available in all of the principal cities of the Unitec. States and Europe. Special attention given to collec tion1. ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier. Butte. Mont. Capital......... o,oo,o .or U'nder state supervision. Five per cent interest, payable quarterly, paid on deposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate F. AI(G. IIEIN'ZF:......... President A. B. CI-EMENTS............ Cashier The First National Bank 01f Butte (Established 3879.) Capital - - $200,000.00 GENERAL BANKING Drafts drawn on all principal cities tf the world and letters of credit issued. ANDREW J. DAVIS....... President JAMES A. TALBOTT.....Vice-Pres. E. B. WEIRICK ............. Cashier J. S. DUT ON.....Assistant Cashier C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pres. Fayette Harrington, Cashier. Silver . Eow National Bank CAPITAL, l100,000.0) This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt and careful attention to business of customers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of collections. Sell foreign and domestic exchange, trans. acts a general banking business, pay in. tcrest on the deposits. l)irectors--Lharles R. Leonard, F. Aug. Ileinae, S. Marchesseau, ,t. Balmforth, R. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds, Joh. MacGinniss. Fayette Harrington. DR. HUlB POCK Thirteenth doctor of China from grand fath.r down. Born and schooled in the profession. Treats all diseases, making a specialty of chronic troubles. Consult me. say South Main St. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Practical Undertaker and Embalamer. 34o W. Park St., Butte. Phone 307 DR. HONG ARK No. .oj East Park street. Treats and cures all disease through his wonderful herbs, roots and barks. "Butte, }cont.. April ra agog-Dr. Ion8 Ark: ureg Bouise, Idaho, July sa.-Nathnn Falk, S of the pioneer merchants of Boise asnd. lie had suffered from latent apendloie. eor the last year. YELL K DOCTORS are. All SbeN.t Qlieaws of mo aind oWesm . I. E Corner Broadway and Montana Streets. "The Train for Comfort" is the famous North-West ern Limited. Every night in the year between Mineapolis, St. Paul and Chicago via The short line between these three great cities." Before starting on a trip-no matter where-write for interesting information about co:mfortable trav cling. E. A. GRAY, General Agent, Helena, Mont. W. M. ENRIGHT, Traveling Agent, Helena, Mont. T. W. TEASDALU General Passenger Agent St. Paul, Minn. NORTH COAST LIMITED l Observation Cars % Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUT"r sCe.NouLe WESTBOUND. Trains . ARRlVR. J DEPART. No. a-North Coast Limited........ gme p.m. tse p.m. : so. --B u r linlgtoa S.. s- ....w ...'... .. 3 . Ito. rg-T w ia Gt. Ea rse........ i :, a.m. ......... ZASTBOUND. Trains. AltRIVE. DEPART. N. --North Coast imited......... a Laj. g I L. leeper for this 1 train open at *:o for recap. S gers. No. -8 u r lingtoa Express........ . . No . l-BitUter Root ol, fo ]os 'Loral ........ No. 14- " w in a ity " Ex prest . r..: . i ..... ..... . . 'Lsdy except Sunday. No. I -North Coast Limited, from lt. Paul and Eastern points, to the Pacis coast. No. 2 --North Coast Limtted, from th. Pactfic coast 'to t. Paul, Duluth and prinipal Eatnern points. No. 5 -Uurlington Express, from Kansas City and all B. & M.. It. L points. and all N. P. points west of Billingx to necattle and ''Taconma No. 6 -Uuri-nlgon Express, front Tacoma and Scattle to Usliangs and all B. & H. B. U. pi iots. No. 7 --Bitter Root Ltcat. starts from Busts for l Missoula, Hamilton anad oll inter sditte points. No 8 ---itte Root Local, from Itamilton end Philipsbur . No. 13-Loca connection from Twin C('f Express from St. Paul and all Eastern points No, 14-Local connection with Twin City Express for St. Paul and all potnts Et. Passengers for Twin Ulirles. Sheridan, Alder Pony and Norris bratches leave Butte on INo. 34, and arrive in hutte ir,.m thba points on No. tj. Trains on these branches do aot ran Sundays. W. H. MERRIMAN General Agent, corner Main and Park streets. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway TO CHICAGO AND EAST ROUTE OF THE Overland Limited Omaha to Chloago and Pioneer Limited St. Paul to Chloiago FAMOUS TRAIN OF THE WORLD All agents sell tickets via the Milwaukee road. For low rates to all points address P. H. SCANLAN, Commercial Agent, Helena Mont., Or W. B. DIXON. N. W. P. A., St. Paul. Six Million Dollars Spent by the U.P.R. R.Co. In improving what was originally the fnest track In the West. RBESULT 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 appreciated. WHAT DOES IT MEAN? Solid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so you cannot afford to go via any other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further information on application per. sonally or by letter to H. O. WILSON, O. S. L, Butte, Montana. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN THE INTER MOUNTAIN. NWUi I W9P91 Wy' These Cars are on the new "Grat Westernm Limited" Every Night between Chicago, .t. Paul and Minneapole. If you wish to travel in the molt comfortable way, nothing can approach these rooms. The price of a berth Is only $2.50, or 5Oc more than a berth In a standard Pullman Sleeper. All tollet neces. sitles--hot and cold water, electric berth and ceiling lights and elec. trlchaircurler heaters. For further Infornitlon Epply toJ. ElOnr, Gen'l Passenger Agent, Chli aale Lsat Roens cagy, II. The Best Friend The Northwest Ever had "The Road That Made the Northwest Famous." LEAVE BUTTE. For St. Paul, East and West, daily For St. Paul, 'East ad West, daily . ........pm. ARRIVE BUTTE. From St. Paul, East and West, daily .........., :45 a. n. From St. Paul, East and West, daily ........... , . FULL IN FORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 41 North Ma.n Street, Butte. W. R. MEECH, C. P. and T. A. Pullman, Dining and Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DE.NVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOVIS And All Eastern Polants Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or Rail.) PORTLAND And All Paelfle Coast POsdts ARRIVE. DEPART. No. p....6:4o p. m.[No. 8 ... 445p. nL No. 7....a:45 a. im.No. to... .a:o a. m. Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON, GENERAL AOT. Denver & Rio Grando 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 beautifal Glenwood, Colorado Springs 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 apnly to G. W. FITZGERALD, General Agent. Ticket Oflice:-47 E. Broadway, Butte. Atchison, Topeka & Santa fe Ry. Co. SANTA PB ROUTS 3 'Trains Daily From Denver to Kensas City and Chl. cago. Also the direct line to Galves. ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the mining camps of New Mexico and Ar. sons. For particulars about REDUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F. WARREN. General Agent. 4'C Dooly Block, Salt Lake Clty, Utah.