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ALL THE ROADS Lewiston & Owoyhee Company In State of Washington. OPENS IEW COUNTRY Section Rich in Minerals, and a Fine Farming Country Tapped. The L.ewistnto & t)A o) her i1Rilroad companiy hat lhe11n incriorrated in the Matt' of \\'W hinJlitgton by forth r S.tnator W. V. Allen of Nchlraska and olhers. The articles shlw that the comlpany prio poses to huild a r:ailroad extendling from rAlturas, Modoc cutlv, (';a., throulh 1ast ern (Oregon V Ia lhital.tiingtol to I.ewist tol and thence through A.otint, WVhititla, Adamsti and D)iouglas counties, Wash., to W(cnatc r e. 'IThe propo 'csd roa. d %~ ,tild t;p the (';li fornia & North, rn. now butilding, at Al turas; woull cronnect with the O()regon Short Line and (I. If. & N. at Ilhmttington, woull probably have a co(nctctiiotn willth the Northern 'l aific at some poinlt in this state andl wourl terminate at .\rnatcthc', where it v.ni:.,l have a (t;reat Nrthternl Contnct illt . It1 roitit rltit, throttgh a Vast :idil rith mininig lil apgt icltilural country, now largely teni te froll traon.spo itilt lines, land wouillll be an important , ortl h aiwl soulth fi ,der to all the torthern tai.i'itl tincntal railwta)s. The iljects oif the company. at sit forth in arti lIs, aret: lit consi' truct, otcrate and maintaitit a raililroai; to Iitly, lcase line, of railway and traick, and toh stture a;l hl riight of s;ay. ;111,I toi iuiy, lease, si.l l ttI .o ii rteal etl:lt for ldplot. warH iiroT iii d g; n(trally for all railral, purpostes; to ownct, o anltrol, minii I .11,d wn, operate atml ei tirol tra iways, ir hies and all facilities for ttaoIll rtatioii; to nl l l d :l1 plrtih, . , elgi l.es. freigtIht IIIand passengeiir tars and lito co t il , a eriial railroad business. 'The trust'ers are' authorli iz.ld to ist bonds, the first boded inl btelhi'.s to be on that portion of the road btetween |Hilt ilnton and hnometead and tint to exceed $15,.0, for ta;ch tuiit tof roadi. M. (t. I tReid, 11l. M. I otmitan ail Ge;torge Iiaker aret utihorizcd to open , u, . t.,iptin hooks cnl, Issue stotk. 'lht principal Iic r, of Ihi s c art' to le at Spi kant, llllltlllititgtol ; d (Jlliil a. The capital stock of thil company is fixed ,t $.i ,,,,,u,,, divid id into .4, ,l hiarts of $100 t.cl,. which imay ie ini creased $ti. ii,i,,, for cvtry tiit miltes of ruail ti reafter huilt. According to the IKai-pi ll papers .:; Chat No.lhtur briklieiie have bet-n, ihs chi rtd for tc.irr)iig tramps ovi r theirt tfuis.i An l'inItern stensiin of tIl'he Mintana railro .al fmn Ila hlowton is oue of the cutlrrent rIanlrs in ..\liultana r.ailradl ncir cles . J. (. Collins. a Spokane ncwspaplr mlan, who . has hait lookik over the llinilli and sMtock interetts (f e(rgus cntllty, in the course (if a hiespaper inters it w. pre dicts th.t the MO lllitnia r:ilruhaI will be exttl hild tifro Ih rlotsiion east to lor syth, thus opi, ning up a rich livestock and farming coumtry. lhI cluits the prelimi nary survey of tilhe line has lbeen made and that Ferg.us coullnty is assured of ian indtendte ait Eastern railroad outlet. In speaking of the benefits that will ac crue froni the onstrullctin ofi the road, J. F. Collins saidl: "The line runs cast from Illrlowton to a point vniar l.,Ivinia, where it crosses the .Iusselsh.ll river, and then strikes a southeasterly directioni. li building this extension an outlet to the Ea-t will be made, anld a-itt the rich est section of the cattle industry of the state will be openedi up. The nili ber of stock that will lie shitped to the Eastern ma irket on thie cotiltlet il of the line can hardly lie realized just now, but a conlservative i.iestimlte places the figures for the yearly shipmentsi int the thousands. 'The big cattle raeches of the Wilson, , Van Camp, Clock, Lyons, Two Dot, '79' and '.tV' ra:nthes now ship many trainiloals every fall. The sheep that cant be sent East is no small conlsideration, either." The nmines of F]cr-us county are an ticipating t great boom in the cient of the completion of the new litn. A hii, reduction in the freight rates w ill he mude, uld milning lmachinery hlipiments can be greatly esxpulitld,l ato the ship menet of ore. llarlow ton will be made the junction whun the line is finished, it hieing nearly mnidway between I.onm bard anld Forsyth. This fart. aling with its being the Imint from which the l.ew istown branch starts, will muake lHarlow tolln one of the lprincipual toins in Central ,Montana and the shilpping point of tlhi vast hlrdsl of cattle iand ice.i. TIlie new line will open tup to sittlemcnt a counttry which at this time only lacks tra:-imuorta tion to be one of the richest sectinuus of thie state. It has every natnral adlvantage atid, coupleld ti itl that of traniportation, its growth w, ill be unu.rceedented." Five large gangs :ire at work btwen Columbia Falls and W\hitetish on the Great Northern cut-off and hope to have rails laid to \\'hitctfish o trains canl run to that rn(w t(,,", sn i n,. :ive of the n w comitound lengines pur chased by the treat Northern for use on the W\esttrn district have reached Ilavre. They have a traction capacity of 7,50.) tons, wt igh I6 totlls iand are known as of the I,3oo class. lihavy stel rails are being delivered at Echo, Ore., where they will be used for laying betwcn that place and Umiatilla in place of the light rails now in use by the 0. It, & N. Japanese will do the tracklaying. United Railways Assessed. Sacramentllo, Cal., Aug,. 4.-'The state board of equalirntion has assessed the United Railways of San Francisco at $an,sr,ooon on roadbed, rails, rolling stock andll franchise. The assessor of the city and county of San Francisco will also a.es.s the nia chinery, buiillngs, fixtures and all other property. As the supreme court decided in effect that the state hoard of elualization must aisresv the United Railroads which operate its lihres in more than one county the hIard stfood by its previously an ntlunced intentions to assess the roadbed, etc., intw aithstanlding the dlclaration of Assessor Iodge that he would also assess the railroad. THOUSANDS OF LABORERS GO OUT ON A STRIKE Towns Between Baku and Tiflis Are Swept by Famine and the Situation Is Serious. IlY A.'I , IAlIt 1N I Nl S. ,inilifnl, Aug. 4. -( tF Tr.(r Nl po fitits9 rC port the (ilitmeI spi ead of labor troublesq ailn a prfliiingerl e %sitiii ol (f tialher fion the liaku I illis railway whlih rosel thriough the iucansus, cinnec'rting the ltlack and (asllian si'as, with the rsuilit thllt the ini terseningi town.,s Ir'tween Itak and I illis are p;l rtially famine sti it k, it. Even JI llis hlIi elln ld plriv'd l i f titit flr some titlme. I.it nlliary tirns aIlling lhe ol wll, in hie I-aku distl t arIe of dally fi'. ur ir ane. Tlie ,ituiatliti is sit I till is that (ilner;il ViII W a , ;i-itanlt flililtlir I of the in tirior, w ho is iii ct'-ni i.tia l of ilth' gin darmenrie, has .ilits tii Itaku. .iIi.ly (I os, ks arek i relpoted to haire W ell kitelel l i iln tu ounoters wih lmui s. (I',s s.k's patrol Ilaku lifitly. iild ievery tra-li car is acmiipaniId by two alurli Iosliers. St. iki s are rtlporltd * hithemic tIhriough out Somth Iltusa. I iwent) five thu,.nil In n are i .le at (ilesi. aiai l tti till' of the worknI.,i at ,other lairge -ii ti tIs hav.e struik. T'he main i ,i-vaiincrs of thel' worklu niI, the i-orres'pon.tlits 'Ily, are the long hurts, inad,,leuate wages and Ih;,hility to dh..is-,m i on trivial prete xts. 'hhui, f.r flu - eriiiis f i l fhrs ha'.vi oc curn l at I l a. To Award Convict Labor. Ili' A f 1 IAII NI INI ,. L.: pnrte, Intl., Aug. ,. I h," In i an prinsfn ol.iirtl, i se sioniII at .t . lt igI n i ity, has jI 't lopes l ,1I hil for thl- firstl httiing of conlviclt l hla r m tler tII t' stilt- lal . The first piriinners wa ill hti- e-.ltr.at i I ti more thall Ill ll al ily u se 1 ls.1 . PEONIES. Iln raiii ll rlii . abl, g tihe g.iret tIe Y' s,11l hke ,, aIIe I, wth pt1.l 11,, , l phil u., I ln l.y t s i. intl I it 1 h If ,I . tl' ur- sII III tntl,I .1, If lu t t ,"l lm . l "', a gh . , ,"m ,ll i . |d ).ll c 1 1 '1h .,'.. 1 Ifli. ~ I I'l l, i. . t, ht ,le, ('1 11 n M\IIo tiI rl v, wilh it, h tlmp, I ,lloul, hI, h) o..• I, s., Iu, ' It"'-in ht.b.t, 1s ,(l ll oml t, Itfite uI t ,.I ,I., I be sususe . \\hfat i "i .,l I lh eii l s slr th t hy hl, . ..ullti hr.ir \. hat ai.nl h ittl h.fih thy pl.u.u g Ii iii! IttI.w A1 II.,th ai. unith ' tptni.. 1 imal ir ti1" i i - A, If "llth w ash/. ousl ,,. rll, h11.1 t., ie ltlolwn l: Ala,! thatll 1 thy g,,.1- ~-ert .ali rue, ,A but h., hihlut, d . , Ih. It . Illhy l.ht,,nl! It, Iha n 1 T s .tlcrlipt. ANOTHER CALIFORNIA EXCURSION. From Angliit .eil to ilsth, inclu ive. the Nl tlll 'frn I'.aclic I(ty. I,. will sall .pel'' al ex. *6.-t,. 'lakets go,"d soursuting 1.1, to and an cludr ig $.., t r |ioh ,itp hovt use allnwed wc .,i n ta ti day bI t1 gi ti .ling l mi t n 1111 utnit liIu t rtuilllll l. l r lull pti u. 1 .1 '. 'i cuall un s waitle, \V'. II. .\lI'.Itltl .l.N, (Ic tral Agent. CALIFORNIA LXCURSION. August .'d to h. th , f l' ti,,llr Shiort Line will l II lk. hls, finite ani l AIln.ltc il tio San F r ni .i'co and r" tu n. ,, , L .,s A ngli s $( wo. L i m i t ( , it i I 't lIl n , | ct o bl e r i s , l . 'I 'c k ,t s g o o d vi.a ithllr I iguiti i nr liiLiIl. I( Cnlhmber the iglKnii olh' is Slo lles shl.,trr uand : hoirs qtuicker than any '.lter sllily tI wo nit~ ls out). iu'c.r.r'e Ibrrtls. Iow. Sh lt Iine lrktt offlllce, ino Notih Mailt Si., li t .r. lou ana. I1. U. \ ilot,. Ciet.tal Agent. NORTHERN PACIFIC SUMMER EX CURSION RATES. 'I lite N" ril-rth I'P. til" e is tl. w tr.I( ll g the 1.. I'i "ston' mid i.llrll ........... .. . ..... ..t..O \\ hullehall n .I i iiin ..... ............... .... . 1.S I.idii SpuIr an;11d I(tll n .................. ...aU 'lTin Irluigt' ;a ii Ietti rlt ............... ... .0.o A. ler an1d I . ......................... .. . .30 ()i1 lle ,..iuaiil;i) . i l Sl:itlday-; gouod returln. ing tie lhiiiing Imiil.i3s; i'P ny mid re ninn. ............................ $ .70 ()ii 'ale' Mial, lay..); giid rtlulstntg following Ililta ;.Ii reurn... ........... ....... $4. til sale l., r Ih'lifl No. 7 Sai:uulllll. ; go dl rer turnintg the fillhiwig Nliiid.Is-: \\h Iithu;ll lanid T .il| Ini , ,g l is u ll return. .. $1i o Aliler and tulrll................... .... ..... o.lo 'ickits . citn ale lfr et'iutiiiin train l;t.inu-ig ||lntt 9:o0 na. ii . acit S iuu y .1n1.1 good Ittuln. iug on l.:lll traii ll lll ly si ght: Beer I.,dge :*nd r t..l......... ............... I f)n ale Slinda f.lll or No. 5, gmodl-, ittirnmng .l.me day only: Il:llla iltll i nd u l sci nr ........ ...... ...... o. '.(F.ihets on stale Nel l shLdiy' andil Siaturdays, I allm ilt on olld rel- r lln .......................... .o0 tI'icketsl onl sale .aily .and inlu~illd t ilta week't Iiluaild a ,nd l ludgingi at the it.iull hi ul:I lluntr'. -lot lSprings a;|nd rtu|lll...........$r oo 'Tickeisf on .ale daily .'ii.l include tuw unity' bhaid and lodging at Sprlngs hotel: llunilcr'." II t u.ri'.'gs andl rl'tlrn......... $r o.oo Tlcit'. ion tale laly mil inclhu'e tane wik'' bl. ird and l1-aging at u 'lrinsl hotel. litel tii.ckets can oIritnudu nll to exceed two w. .klt bily : lllu i to manaleliali l '.-r uii hultel. lI oilh IIr oint i t and retuirn ........ . n. Tl'i Sctlae (1,1 sle for I)uVr tiid. tIr claanlt Irood ao tr. li' t .n iin.ly. one cithne follow. ilrs Mtw y and inlluc l l ard Ccao nu S. I.oun at the ril Io ' tei ial ulld oy ini t.as'i it. N Wt. ll . Cerritnall, gcncral Agent. utte A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP, f you are gnd ing Excunt this smer why not ee Salt .ruke ity and ayhver and the legant sceneyo th r gh 'olorado along the lints of the ondio ....dc ytm?............... Youn trian't at it for exlotlent oorvd 1 and good accommodation Sundaly one change of ars between llutte nre d Chicao aind St. Louid . Write for raftf and a cupy if "ith Natu re tl Colorado." M.W. FIT..(;P.IIT.AU, General Agent. Butte. Montanae Week Ending Excurslons via Great Nor. thern Roailway. Round trip a tr:n or Boulder, .good goln ltu rdny or Sunday, returning untol Round trip Basin or outdcr, good going YELLEK DOCTORS Sure All Shronle DMlasses of JIe and *Oales. I. a Corner Broadway and Montana Streets RESUME WORK IN SUMPTER DISTRICT, Operations Again Taken Up at Copperopolis, Mine Long Idle. MANYMENEMPLOYED Several Rich Vein, Are Found All of Which Show Good Ore. .umtpti I, (i)re., Augi 4j.--Wtork has hi r,.umi-l at tI'l (',lppcropolis, in t!, (uttnirtti rlt ,it rl'tr t. 'I he' properly I,. hie, i ille for a t w w.it'k , during wh:. I iti l th. wood coti racts were let : o, |trt( t;rirlli,1t ' II. It t l r itilltoljtt0t 0t devel, I fit nit work. W\. \V. I il.s, miuanaing director, sl. s'vlrrll dil) s ill thli city tlhi week, retuT ilt! this h rl ing. I tb annuil:l llettiln t the dhrt l,, s wa.s. ht Id in iP rtland a .,. :t tins i al" o. o . .lt, s wa rie mi:.ai with ithe ext' til that A. I.. I.in.,t y wa;t elcted a , rCtt ri i l *lt plait tf A. \V. I ttitnn. Mr. (,ihf staltes that he will nahtl ,. (,l!itr drill to the c,,mprm,'-or plant ; I ctar) hil l (II ctu nive line of devi l ii. it work. Sa;me Kind of Ore. lht , ii ptropolis has pIractically i:, ,:tone ki1lm , ,f ,re foun.,l at tlhe Stalnd: l i. In tlit i,ii.n tunnelt ' the.r is ct,!alt ill c, . mtircial ,itaintitii.s. Ihei.,ds the usual val t. ill Khl, , ,Ivor ,llI cIopper. 'T'l I tlii;t l n w ill ,, tie' (',llpper(lpoliS 7. ftoit wilt. llhis , width, hI,.wevt r, i : (lihde, a I tIoot ,,porphyry horse, leavin,. SH tis I 'lll.Ioii iuatter lhiih Carries vitlu thro boil, t. A cr,,t'ut w.t,, driven (,i4 t f .tf c tltl iiil illto the Vi in ..i ftt, sevetra tt hey .I the Not So Eery hrse. n e It was. tlhe illlllntention oIf t r. l(ihhs Ill to ult thlugh the hurlt' and drilt. it ut i 1 w.i, al 'ni .i- iltr directors' ltt'tilg anil te . i cr .,;v I wa i c t arritd t a fw tei t futr ther than he intnieird. No very high vialues wire ftld at tlhi p int, since tlht- v'ein was i' tittered ;at a tiraw ill r. lth ti s tlinti an ati t loa arti a was naturally rplcted. Not So Expensive. After i" netrating the ht'dgs' th' distance -t tttd i drift %at startl d Irt the t. - cut ill i t It porpl hyry hrst' since till Ias Nrl . r t isllt iti' gt hII Ilhl t ter a ud lotl i , x pl mia e to work. Tl'hi, drill has h,,.n carrird a distance i, So fti lt and will he ,riven 15o fltet furth, r. "1h1.,1" a ri, h pay .hot will het caught un,,hl r thi . apes ,, the m ountain at it dipth to! .I 1 ft', t. After ctrt.t tting th' vein at this point .M\l.utin, r tihl, , t1tis that it is his purpht Ill ri turn ;sel drill in the opp.,tt. direc ,)on se nnl ior ,1t1.1 feet. whirl. their are no le~ than four vetins, all sh ,, ing rich pay ,hoot,. ()It(. lot toat. a ,ix ,oot ltdge, shows .n the snrfact. is inche,. carr.ing .'5 I r cent coper. In this lirection a depth of ,vrr 4.." feet will be g'iinel. 1r. I sihh, is getting in wand and othe r supplies, prt paring for extet.ive win.er work. TO SETTLE WITH THE VICTIMS OF DISASTER The l'nion Pacific (outal company h.ss offer.ed to settle with the relatives of the men killed in the tine exlplowioni at liantia. WyO.. on the basis of $:50 for the tn married nlen and $5,o to be paid .ac.i widow, with $50 additional for each chlld in thIe family, The cotmptny contendtls that they are a.I solutely free fromn any reslponioiility as to the manner in whi-h these men tlt their fate, ibut offer to cotmpronmise on the above basis. It is not priu;alle that tlhe propositin will ibe accepted for a time, or until afltr the investigation by the coroner's july concerning the cause of the disaster. Falltilies of the dead wmn generally l,-I that the ot'er is Inot enough, but hope to have the matter adjusted fairly. The coroneitr's inqutest over the remtail.s of the victims of the explosion will begin Monday. It will lie several weeks, Ir ha:ps, before it is cncluded. IMPORTANT PAYMENT MADE ON A MINE An illmporta:ltt payment was made at Boise. Ida.. Saturday, it being made on the \'V.rdeltnhIT prloperty on Big creek in the Thunder IIounltain region. The paymenlLt was $2So.,oo and ias made by ex Governor llunt. president of the \VWrdenhull company. Those receiv;ig the money were C. A. Werdenhoti, C. i.. Myers of Wa.rren, Jesse M. Jack.man and J. lPrindle Smith. The payltment is important because it shows the comlpany is going ahead with the project. 1). C. VanRiper, who has financed the company. states that a wagoln road will be built to the property this fall. It will leave the state road on the east fork of the south fork of the Salmin, run up Profile and across Big creek, ,lo miles. RICH STRIKE IS MADE AT THE CABINET QUEEN Spokane. Aug. 4 .--\V. T. Vaughn, tne of the principlal owners of the tabinet Queen tnitne, on Grouse mountain, Mont., has just received word that a rich strike has been made in the upper workings of that property. Four and a half feet of good concentrating ore has been en countered in the south drift. A letter from the foreman states that fully half of the ore is of a good shipping grade. Copper sulphides have taken the place of the base iron and the entire vein differs from that found in any other place on the mountain. There Is also a great deal of lead in the ore. The men are now sacking ore prepare. tory to shipping at the rate of about two and one-half tons per day. The road from the station to the mine has been com pleted and the ore can now be hauled to the siding at a small expense. The company is preparing to start a tunnel that will strike the new vein at a depth of goo feet. The upper tunnel, which is now in a3o feet, will then be abandoned. Refuses to Hear Demurrer. BY ASSOCIATED PReSS. New York, Aug. 4.-Recorder Goff has declined to entertain a demurrer inter posed by Robert Martin and Harry Vel thuysen, officers of the Delaware Surety company, who were indicted for perjury in connection with the Montana Copper Mine litigation. The indictments were found two years ago. The trial was fixed for August 18. ANOTHER RICH STRIKE ON THE PELLY RIVER aY AS.OCIAIIl' PRESS. V'ai-e nvcr, II. C., Aug. 4.-A special from I awson says: Another strike is reported on the Pelly ri:er near its head. A steamer left at midnight on Saturday with 40 people to ,t.ake claims. The discovery was m:de by Robert lien h, r,,,n. the discoverer of the first gold in the Klondike. A townuite is taken up al readly. li e new grounds are fairly accessible :aidl are repcorted very rich. The White Iolrse strike is genuine. M.iners return iug all reprt favorably, although the Snit.nt, aire not found remarkably rich ia yet. I 'lie only Lower Yukon river steamer that his reached iDawson City brought I(new that was not ncllcuraging to trans pI'rtation Ieople who otperate via St. Mlichaels. 'Tie li'wers is the pioneer of tie lower river fleet. She reported low watier aill the way ti, the Yukon. liti July 24 the sterani r Kerr reached l.agle City, but has not cet been reported at i)iawsonl. The Kerr announced that she had passed the, steamer Sarah stuck on a liar ao miles hblow Circle City. The Hannah and the I.eah were behind the Kerr. At ])ssawson about un, people await Strn;,iitrs to take them down the river. 'Ihe water on the L'pper Yukon is reported t hlie shallowing rapidly. Alrtaily some of the larger steamers are havinc tra tille Nith the liars. Only tii lighltest dlraught vessels will be oper atilng at the end of the month. W. J. Sewell Contractor and Builder ALL KINDS OF Cabinet Work. Store and Office Fixtures Jobbing a Specialty Shop 222 E. Park 'Phone No., 106I8B. DR. HUIE POCK Thirteerth doctor of China from grand father down. Born and schooled ij the profession. Treats all diseases, making a srecialty of chronic troubles. Conbult nue. sa7 South Main St. Richards THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER Practica' Undertaker and Embalmer. 14o W. Park St., Butte. Phone 3o7 W. A. Clark. J. Rosa Clark. W. A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS Transacts General Banking Business. Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver bul. lion and local securities. Boxes for rent in safe deposit vault. Sell exchange available in all of the principal cities of the Unitec. States and Europe. Special attention given to collec tions. ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier. The First National Bank Of Butte (Established :879.) Capital - - $200,000.00 GENERAL BANKING Drafts drawn on all principal cities .f the world and letters of credit issued. ANDREW J. DAVIS....... President JAMES A. TALBOTT.....ice-Pres. E. B. WEIRICK .......... Cashier J. S. DUT GN.....Assistant Cashier STATE SAVINGS BANK John A. Creighton ........President G. W. Stapleton........ Vice-President T. M. Hodgens ..............Cashier J. O. Hodgens.......Assistant Cashier R. B. Nuckols.......Assistant Cashier Under state supervision and jurisdil. tion. Interest paid on deposits. Sells exchange available in all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Collections promptly at. tended to. Transact a general banking business. Directors J. A. Creighton, Omaha; G. W. Stapleton, A. H. Barlret E. D. Levitt S. V. Kemper, T. M. Hodgens, . Orner in nd Podgn. tr , utt Corner Main and Park Streets, Butte. DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BUTTE Bstablished s8Is. Incorporated ige,. c It.. 100.ooo000o.oo General Banlking Business OHN D. RYAN...... President OHN R. TOOLE.....Vice-President . C. SWINBORNE..........Cashier R. A. KUNKEL.... Assistant Cashie Butte. Mont. Capital........ .$weo,ee.,e Under state supervision. Five per cent interest, payable quarterly, paid on deposits. Money to Loan on Real Estate F. AUG. HEINZE......... President A. B. CLEMENTS..........Cubist C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pres Fayette Harrington, Cashier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAl, 100,000.03 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. terest on the deposits. Directors-Charles R. Leonard, P. Aug. Heinse S. Marchesseau, i. Balmforth, R. A. Louls, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds, Job MacGinniss, Fayette Harrington. NORTH COAST LIMITED Observation Cars = Electric Lighted Steam Heated BUTTB SCHEDULB WESTBOUND. Trlua ARPIVL DEPART. Na. s-North Coast Limited....... sp p... p.yt p.m s5-U rm t.. Dt oa d ......... ........ o e p.s. No. s-T w I City p. Ex press ........ . s a.m. ........ AS IIBO UN. Trains ARRIVIL DEPART, No. a-North Coast Limited ......... * .L. sIg$ L.A Sleeper for this train open at a:3o for reep. No. B u r tlnltH tes I p ets. Ers....... 1 :p.m, p.m. Loesl......s.. , p.. Na1--Twi. City Excpress. Dsiy s• I S.n S--Not Coat Limited, ro t Paul and Easter roitsr, the Per omst No 2 -North i s tmite from the C Canl at o Ln. Pain Duluth s ad prinipel SNo. . 4 5L, I, d all N.IA . Points west of iillinags to lattle and Tacoma o I -Burlt Expressfrom Taoma ad eaattito iu51o sadal B. Ml. Lao pC otaL. No.,? -Bitter Root Locln starts from Bette for Missoula., Hamilton antau iatermediate poiatt o 8,.-Ritte Root Local, from Raites Ex ress from t. au asd alt sin rn poiqts. Express for St. PaumLand s p.ons at. asi..eaers for Twin BrIdge, Sherids. Aer onSY and Norris branches leave Batts n o . d arrives s Buite from thej .os.era os g ent corr..s in a sad Park ste s. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway TO CHICAGO AND EAST ROUTE OF THE Overland Limited Omaha to Chlcago and Pioneer Limited St. Paul to Chlcago 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., 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. RBBULT 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 MEANf Solid comfort, security and pleasure to our patrons. ARE YOU GOING EAST? If so you cannot afford to so via an other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY. Further information on application per. tonally o: by letter to H. O. WILSON, O. 8. L., Butte, Montaws. asl(.Yi WWMrIa(IfAsWti These Cars are on the new "GreatWestern Limited" Every Night between Chlu.o, St. Paul and Minneapols. If you wish to travel In the most comfortable way, nothing can approach these rooms. The price of a berth Is only $2.50, or S0c more than a berth in a standard Pullman Sleeper. Al toilet neces. sities--hot and cold water, electric berth and ceiling lights and elec. trlchaircurler heaters. For further Information apply to J. P. Passenter astesmteS. cgo, III The Best friend The Northwest Ever Had "The Road That Made tie Northwest Famous." LEAVE BUTTE. For St. Paul, East and West, daily .. . .. 8:oo a. For St. Paul, East and West, daily ...... .......... :o p . daily ..ARRIVE BUTTE.8oo. From St. Paul, East and West, daily ......1.. :43. a. From St. haul, East and West, daily ........ 14... FULL. IN FORMATION FROM City Ticket Office, No. 4t North Mats Street, Butte. W. R. MEECH C. P. and T. A. pullman, Dining and Library Car Route to SALT LAKE DENVER KANSAS CITY OMAHA CHICAGO ST. LOVIS And All Eastern Points Short Line To Colorado, Arizona and Mexico San Francisco, Los Angeles (Ocean or RaIL) PORTLAND Rod All Pacifleo east Posits ARRIVE. DEPART. No. 9....6:4o p. m. No. 8 ....4: P. . No. 7..../:45 a. m. No. so .... a:os a. a. Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street Butte, Montana. H. 0. WILSON. GENERAL AGT. Denver & Rio Grando and the Rio Grande Western Travel During Pall and Winter Seasons The Jfurney to the East via Salt Lake City and along the shores of the Grea Salt Lake through beautifl( 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 apply to G. W. FITZGERALD, General Agent. Ticket Ofciee:-47 E. Broadway, Butte. Atchlson,Topeka& Santa Fe Ry. Co. SANTA PB ROU'Tr 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 Melico and Arn sons. For particulars about REDUCED RATES EAST this summer apply to C. F, WARREN, General Agent 4s Doo look al Lake City, Utah.