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WASHINGTON PACED
HISTORIC HALLS
BUILDING USED AS HEADQUARTERS
AT MORRISTOWN IS TO BE
SEEN AT ST. LOUIS.
IT WILL BE REPRODUCED
Will Cost $20,000 to Show Visitors to
Louisiana Purchase Exposition
the Famous House.
St. Louis, Aug. 6,-- Ford's oli favern
St .Morristewn, whlich at flee time lduriiig
the war of the revolution was (ieneral
Washington's healdquartes. will le repro
dlucede at the W\o'rldl's Fair, at St. I.ouis, as
New Jersey' sta;te builing.
The historic stttlcture, which will lie re
proeclucred with fidelity, will cost $2.,000.
New Jersey has Itready aplropriatecd $l ,o,
co,e, and is arr,,ucgiun for ai liberal increalse.
her industrial aid eduncationai cxhibrits
will be as intler -ting in their way asi the
old Ford tavern is in the state's histiory.
The famnlis miii of early days who were
she'ltered by the ill tavern whenl tIe, elI
Onies were eingaged in the imemoirabile
atrul.gle for freedom, it c lodes Alexander,
llaniltn. I.afayette,. Kosciusko, Israel,
'Pulllllttm , l'1lIp .Schullccr andl olhers.
One of the Features.
The dim'iinsioi. of the strlucture are 6.x
8I. feet. At the Exposition it will stand
upon a consptlicuous site, anld % ill e oune of
the first bullilings to greet the visitcr's
eye when hle enters the Ixlposition grounds
at the soltlle;hest corlner, at ().tklandll aLVti)ie
and ( laytin road.
The style of archiltclure, is, of rcourse,
colonial. Across lthe frot is a broad
verianda, supjerted bIy I)oric ceolumns, iwilth
double chlinnees imarking the enltralnce,
abve,. whitll is the rcoat of ar of arms New
Jersey in stcaff. 'The small window panes,
dorlner wildow,5, .tilt ide stot.e' clhillll eys,
weatlhierlh:arding. blinds ail shi:ghled roof
will conlrilute to the qluaintne.ss of the
structlre.
The linur l tail,. in the interior are to
lie Is fa;ilthllly reprodluced asi are thleos if
the exterier. Waill papers of colonial plat
terns anld ntcllue furniture in vcKgule inl
those early dreys, are to lie especially dIc
signllcl fr the several apartmellnlts. A fea
Iture of lithe main hall, the floor of which
lmay Ihe ceverred with rag carpet, is the hold
lashined firrplace., and the interesting eel
I htiull of relics sof historic value.
Mineral Resources.
A st,:ciius rtception rioimn is prosided
on tlhe main floer, alnd from it a stairway
Sill lead to the parrlrs on the floor ihove.
iOn this floor will be reproduced tile roomn
·hich was used by Waslehington as a hIed
chluamber. There is also to be the dining
r(rcm, with winie butllt anld cuit gla.iiss wa:e
of the colonial days.
The third floh r is teo lie dhevoteed entirely
to thle use of the persones employed as care
takers.
I he miinral resources such as building
stones, raw material for Portland cement,
gla-s sand, micas, graphite, materials for
road construction, etc., will be showt.
There will also lie a complete set of miin
eral stpecimens, and ailso specime111ns of all
New Jersey woods.
Coming rs it does, l.a the busiest season,
when a mtan can least afford to lose time,
a sure and quick cure for diarrhoea is very
desirable. Anyone who has given it a trial
will tell you that the quickest, surest and
most plleasant recmedty iin use for this dis
ease is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. There is no loss of
time hen it is used, as one or two doses
of it will cure any ordinary attack. It
never fails, not eve'n In the mluost severe
and da.igerous cases. For sale by P'axson
& Rockcfeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie
i& Leys, and Newton Oiros.
BATTLE ON A BIG STEAMER
One Man Stabbed to Death and Another
Wounded.
LY AS-Ol(IAIll I 'RI S ,
New York. Aug. 26.--Zadoki, a Grek,
was stabbed to death, and M. Andras, a
Turk, seriously wounded by J. Lewis, a
Frenchman, on thie steamer Bristol, which
arrived at quarantine last night fron L.as
P'almas.
All three men were mlebers of the
ship's crew and the fight took place Ie
tween them in the forecastle of the
steainer Monday mlorning.
The cause of the fight is unknown.
Lewis, who did the stabbling, was put
in irons and will Ie handed over to thile
police.
HEAVY ESTIMATE PRESENTED
Argentine Republic Needs 157,846,464
Pesos.
BY ARt(O(IATI':I) I'SRESR
New ork. Aug. a6.--'l'he government
has presented to congress the bill of esti
mates for 1904, cables a correspondent at
Buenos Ayres, Argentina.
The expenditures are placed at 8,488,a24
pesos of gold and 97,1ooo.ono pesos paper,
making a total of 155,846,464 pesos, paper,
During the first quarter of the current
year the exports showed an increase of
23,815,0ooo pesos gold over the same period
last year.
The interior and floating dchts were
largely reduced during the fiscal year.
STORM TIES UP THE CITY
Ithaca Is Visited by Wind, Which Causes
Much Damage.
Ithaca, N. Y., Aug. 26.-The city of
Ithaca was without lights, street cars Land
telephone service last night.
Giant trees lie across the streets in
every part of the city and buried heneath
are electric light, trolley, telegraph and
telephone wires.
The storm lasted only ten minutes, dur
ing which one and one-half inches of rain
fell.
ON si seas4 eIMYs."
3. ' 5116n k ep
Omar trop
s. allº"ilr
WASHINGTON STATE
EXHIBIT AT FAIR
REPRESENTATION IN THE MINES
AND METALLURGY BUILDING
IS TO BE VERY FINE.
I ~ I
TO HAVE EXHIBIT OF MARBLE
Washington Means to Show Visitors to
St. Louis Her Wonderful
Resources.
iStl. L.uli., Aug. '. liitliing mIaterial funm, d
in the stalle of W1'h.liin6tic will bi. thfl Irals
lot a tntrlu . dih..ly alt tih. I 'ivttnl En xpii.
tin at Mt. Ln.ii. fit in14. Wiialhingtt-n hut1 ian
nilotment. it of . an,. -qtlirt' feet i thei I'alat'e iI
,lilne ntlii %let:alliury, na1l in the rrcater ofi
this space the ibuililii ntiterial exhilitt iill
be nmlde.
A t it l inl t i rnatii , .trutlltre will h, h ilt in
flii. 'space. nait iilt tl i l r n alltilal pritili(ta will
hie eli.lhli) idl itattil( it. hI' llulliling i ll lie
ai ntttratedl f lii b k andil toti1 . It w ill lit. (a
fiit ailtltr aIttl 14 ftie lihigh. Itusf Ais manyti
vali tus i If liii , I . itne ut niiarbli lti.nll a
many itctiatets il the Malt cis can be tucured
will lite 1 4 1iihI 1..
Exhibit of Marble.
Th' blick. f .are t.ill ti' dret.ed in dlfelr.
ntlt ways it, lit.tllty lit t material toii st h ianllvr-i
tlt.ae. S)oi, hliita itl bie pailiihed, while Mtlier.
will hie tatlal. t1111 l itihet will hl hit t113111.11.
DIilfe'r .nt var tiesl if eallrll rick andl hltfar
fit cil ' rl :ill .tvie. oi f ter Ill c tl will le
placed aill Ihri tIi w ll.
windlaw, t(e nill fit lthe st.IatIe nirl he
shilti. Initle the l building will lie lit( office
;ill hl itiitial in I liatig ll thI e I builliing, andl
pampllllltll . cript(Itte if the i iil.linig will be
i. ird. 1tall.id s .Il' thll lil i Ia, lie ah.tw in lth
l hlilag. Ivly narlvy ot thi .itit will iarnilsh
right iO Is li lth s. iIlilortat iia i ulir fit I lhe
nathitad of dal'ing.
Juilit E. Itter, tlt f olltilma lainda| e iariilt,
iliilatlii I aii.f If lanilrgel I latnMcap., whiich
lill Wahinti. liatllli tlty tll ia.l in llhur ity
rldll riiIug ed laI ty I hit tl hl t ailll i itn ally
ollther ciultiiy il ihlit ' iial l l.
State Building.
"'Ihlt Wa'lini gtatta elate blillhhni will lie atfne
ofl'ill ti cm t t ali e lla t lattrI. lllll lirtn thl lh in
alit lo .lill.. It will I,' foulr stil.. high, and
fit ltong, rear theiir hi ngthi ilatl hie fir an ian
uliatrtlo'a pi.ecr, aaicting in the tetritar, aild
flianiliK the ttppolit., lafiar thie ia.hliltt ai
great Inltetia it ..'. IfThe «tfirit. are ceaih
smatller thanli the tine t law it. sill lithe rilf fur
Ilt. fiailan titry take, ilt a pI.tig.id firm, giving
the" structure a Jiapa.e.e appeirance.
lte gloat Nurthn ltna .lrlt itat ill ilmake i
pltl'illl n exihiilt i lir agricullture andl lh trla
culture p|iducti .
LABOR NEWS
ANOTHER BIG MILL IDLE
Strike Is Called in the Telluride by
Smeltermen.
IYV AnS il IAll- I NI.S.S
(Colorado Springs, (oli.. Auglt. 26.-The
mOst important devtilolent in the strike
situlationl yest.erday was the calling of a
strike at the Tellulride mill by the Stnelter
Inen's tuniln.
Early in the day a Inonti ltliol workman,
who haud ilcilrrtld the dislike' of the union
lmen was a:ailtedl by sitie iof them andt
as a resitl lite rtesigned hlis positionl.
Mallinager IFiillettonll issued a notitice to
the imen that if shtliea thiini should otlccur
again lie would dischiarge every Iniiiult ciii
plote of the mill.
The strike followed i11and the nill ;was0
closedtl. Abouit I Su menlt are idle.
lThe T'lluridle has hertetolfore empllloyed
tunion andlii non-iunion nlt in discrinhtinatcly.
NEW UNION OF BARTENDERS
A mass mileeting is to lie hili next week
lookinig toiiward the formationi of a nIch
blirtiendlers unlionil.
It is ciurrently rlportledl tlithose preselnt ait
the WVenlliltsudny niihlt ml.reting of the T;ar
tendlcrs' unliiionll vioted for ua withdlrawal of
the organizationiil friom its auiliationi with
the A. I.. I'.
This was dionte aindl the charter was
turnedtl in by the secretary. It is re
lorttedl there were but sieven Inembliers of
the uniiin lipresent at the time.
Somie of tlhose who liliong to the tluniolt
and w'ere liot ,prcnt at thlie meeting claimi
the w ithlidrawal was illegal.
To Pay Wages.
nlllltgonltory. Ala., Aug. 26.-An ordler
has litbeen made ill the lUnited Staites court
lby udlge Jnes on the petitliion of Tholmas
i., lBush ; land Thlmasi A. G(illelspie, receiv
ers of the Soutiherln Car & Foundry coim
lpal.y, autllhrizinlg the receivers to pro
credl with the opleration of the Gadsden
plant of that comnpany and also atlthoriL
ing the receivers to pay the wagec due
the lment at this plant.
Machine Shops Reopen.
Elizabeth, N. J., Aug. 26.-The machine
sholps of the Crescent shipyards have
opetned and work has been resumed on
governmllent Ilachinry. It is understood
the yards will opell Monday mornilng.
NORTHERN PACIFIC i:JMMlR EX
CURSION RATES.
The Northern Pacific Is now selling the tfol
ltwng "week end" excursion ticketai
Pipestone and return .......... ............
Whitehall and return................... .
Lime Spur and return ..... ........... .o .
Twin Bridges and return..........,...,,, .o
Alder and return ..................... a.
On sale Saturdays and Sundays; good retura.
ing the following Mondaysi
Pony and return......................
On tale Saturdays; good returning Lollownlg
Miondlays:
Bonita and return.......... .........$4.0
On sale for train No. I Saturdays; good re.
turning tile following Mondays:
Whitciall and Twin ridgtes and return... r.Se
Alder and return........................ a.se
Tickets on sale for excursion train leaving
Butte 9:oo a. m. each Sunday and good retura.
Ing on same train Sunday nights
Deer Lodge and return...............St,, ,
On sale Sundays for No. g, good returning
shine day only:
Hamilton and return ................slo.$.
Tickets on sale W\ednesdays and Saturdays,
and include board and lodging for two days at
board and lodging at the Ravalli hotel.
Hamilton and return ................ 00
Tickets on sale daily and include a week's
board and lodging at the Ravalli hotels
Hunter's fiot Springs and return ......... $,ts.o
Tickets on sale daily and include two days'
board and lodging at Springs hotels
Hunter's Ilut Springs and return ........ .o.
Tickets on sale daily and include one week's
board and lodging at Springs hotel. Hotel
tickets can be extended not to exceed two
weeks by applying to manager of hotel.
Mammoth hot Springs and return........ o ls.oo
Tickets on sale for 1a:45 p. m. train each
Friday, good returning on No. is tihe follow'
iug Monday and include board and room at
the Springs hotel, also while in transit. W. ld.
Merriman, general agent.
MAN'S MALADIES
AND THEIR CURE
Millions of Men Nave lees Wrecked en the Rock of Sexual Vice.
THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN RESCUED BY
THE YELLEK MEDICAL INSTITUTE
SPECIALISTS IN DISEASES OF MEN
"I made tip my mlmi soon after gt;, lating
from collage that no rine man wa great
tr..mlgh to nmater the entire field of a. ,lcine
and surgery. l.lnny phyaicinns have a!nd to
la, tlhie, hut they have met with results uilnlly
dinlppinting to, themelvres and ofte ,l i a..
tro., toi theiir patients. For this reasm ,I dc.
trrmlinii early ill my proferlional crlor to
r nlifne tIly Iractie strictly to a certait mne of
dieira ld to rligilniating andl pr accting
rtres for thi lll." W\e, therefoire, tra..t only
what we r re abtlcltttly certain that ..c cal
i',ilvrly eliae to stay cu.ed -
NERVO-SEXUAL DEBILITY,
VARICOCELE,
STRICTURE,
SYPHILITIC BLOOD POISON,
RUPTURE, KIDNEY
AND URINARY DISEASES, MASTER SPECIALIST
Andl ll reftlx comnllications and associatc dirclaes and weaknesses of men.
'Iat tIhebe ntlmd:ieI alone the best a t,,rs of CORRESPONDENCE.
tir aliv.e harve bnli arnestly devoted .fai 1n Mfany cases can be treated success.
th('l, nal orur |nc'ililie' are coneentrate, ()ur
conviltation and ioperating rooms ar thinr, fully at home. One personal visit is
a(,l iatcly ripped awith rev scientifia I plra- prefelrred, but if it is impossible or in
,an.at modern metllhods of practice, at our convenient for you to call at our offices
e.feremca ,. blih |rafe.qional and finan, :d, are
all(llm the hiaet ritircn oaf this vicini. iho write a full and unreserved history of
haive bcrn cured by aoucr treatment an., made your case, plainly stating your symp.
halppy. We want every afflicted man illy toms. We make no charge for private
n.l frialy invaietile our ntiraenty. ' treat ccunsel and give to each patient a
elatm:,ig it ndl ,arifully fillowing it ymp. LEGAL CO.NTIRACT to hold for our
tolls withi varied rem(edicis through eve, Iage. promises.
Authorized By the Laws of the State of Montana
Yellei ledical la stit.e N. t. Bor. w.st Bro. dway and
M ontana Sts.. Butte, Monatana
(oflfice hours: 9 a. m. to sa m.; t |, m. to 5 n mn.; y to y. Sundays, to to to m.
THE MINES
RICH ORE STRUCK
IN BIG BONANZA
RESICENTS OF THE MINING CAMPS
OF ROCHESTER EXCITED
OVER FIND.
PAUL MANUEL LUCKY MAN
Rock Runs $25 to $50 in Gold to the
Ton, and Means Much to
the District.
II the rciident+ of the ipriahtly mining c:.np
(If k(chister, lMadis. n co.unty. had cauls to
I t di cll .lraged over the lcl.oing of the 'V'.t
ka co.mlpany's prplertie because of finanlllI
diflicultii., thry can find comfort in the I;l.t
reoi.rt,. about the pay s, hoot being struck In tic
Itig Itohnan mine, ownerld y Henry Albert. ii,
t;e ,rgc Kindall and Ike Morehouse of tl,ts
city.
The report thiat rcomeo to Itutte is that I'..ul
Ma:nn.il. who ha.S been developing the property,
utr'nck thle pay Ishout alter a, few days' w,,rk,
uuttoverinug ore that ran Iron $45 to 5So per
tlin in gohil.
Th'lie Ie iof the strike has crcateC i .alh
lexcitelment at Rochcster.
It wasl Mose MaInutel, a brother of the tant
who mllt rl" the strike, who is generally credudtl
wilth haivigll atrtck the lfamous Homelst.le
intah. ini lDeadlwo,.od, S. I).
DRY WASHER INVENTED
BY RESIDENT OF HELENA
Fred E. Bloom Perfects Machine to
Separate Gold From
Gravel.
Fred E. Bloom of 837 Eleventh avelume,
Ilelina, has invented a machine for the
dry washing of placer dirt, which, it is
said, is the most successful device of its
kind ever placed before the public, s.,ys
the llelena Record.
All last week Mr. Bloom worked in
Trusty Luck gulch with two of his soa
chines, and the result was highly salv
factory, and was taken as a final test. I~.
J. l.emnert of Helena is a partner in lie
invention, and the two will undertake the
manufacture and sale of the machines in
the Capital City.
Already the attention of mining un
generally has been attracted to the 1:e
vice, and many of them stand ready to
give it a trial as soon as models can !e
secured.
There will be three sizes of the nit.
chines manufactured-a small one ,,r
prospectors' use, a larger, one-man I..
chine, and a power machine that ll11
handle as much dirt as a ia-inch sluice
box.
The new invention will work any ki: d
of dirt, from the finest sand to coar e
gravel and rock. When the dirt emer, s
from the washer, it is clean as thou h
it had been washed by water.
Air is used in the working of the n a
chine, but the dirt is not blown away. It
is washed by the air pressure on the sirce
principle as water.
As is the case when water Is used, tie
dirt is carried into a sluice-box, while t te
gold falls through into a receiving p.:n.
The finest gold dust can be saved by this
device, and provision is made for the
heavier article to take care of itself.
The object of the invention is to so e
the fine, flaky gold, and to simplify t .e
mechanism in such a manner that whin
parts are worn out, any blacksmith c.n
duplicate them.
In this manner the machine is made one
that will last for years, and one wilch it
is never necessary to shut down fad long
at a time,
Mr. Bloom says he can take tallns
from any water sluice, and extract gold
from them with the aid of his machine,
provided there are any values remaining
in them.
Former Senator Jones at Head.
Washington, Aug. a6.-At a special
meeting of the directors of the Mexican
Mining & Exploration company held at the
ccmnpany's executive office In this city yes
terday, former Senator John H. Jones of
Nevada was elected president to succeed
tGn. N. C. Butler, resigned.
RICH GOLD BEDS ARE FOUND
Mexican Cavalry Is Sent to Guard New
Finds.
City of Mexico, Alug. 26.-Rich gold
fields have been discovered about s6o miles
west of the City of Oaxica and laa miles
from the town of Ejutla.
The ore found is said to assay up to
$5i.noo a ton and so great is the local ex
citement that cavalry has gone to guard
the claims.
The ledge is said to be IS feet wide.
A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP.
If you are going East this summer why
not see Salt Lake City and Denver and
the elegant scenery through Colorado
along the lines of the Rio Grande system?
You can't beat it for excellent service
and good accommodations. Only one
change of cars between Butte and Chicago
and St. I ouis. Write for rates and a
copy of "With Nature in Colorado." G.
W. Fitzgerald, general agent, Butte, Mon
tana.
Park county offers a reward of five
hundred dollars for the arrest and con
vict;on of party or parties dynamiting
bridge just east of Livingston, Sunday,
August a.
Butte. Mont.
Capital... .... i..... ,o.oo.o
Under state supervision. FPve per
cent interest, payable quarterly, paid
on deposits.
Money to Loan on
Real Estate
F. AUG. HEINES......... resident
A. Lb. CI LhaENTS........Cashier
DALY
BANK AND TRUST
COMPANY
OF BVTTE
Established Ms88. Incorporated sgno.
Caxpal.. .s$100.00003
General
Banlking Business
OHN D. RYAN .... ... PreslIent
OHN R. TOOLE.....Vice-Presl ent
C. SWINBORNE......... Cashier
. A. KUNKEL.... Assistant Cashier
W. A. Clark. J. Rou Clark.
W. A. CLARK & BROS
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
prlncipal cities of the United States
and Europe.
pecial attention given to colle.
oiens.
ALEX J. JOHNSTON,
Cashler.
The First Natioal, Bat
Of iutt.
(Iatablished '57g.)
Capital * * $200,000.00
aBNBRAL BANKING
Drafts drawn on all principal citdes 5f
the world and letters of credit issued.
ANDREW 1. DAVIS.......Presilent
JAMES A. TALBOTT..... ViePres.
3. B. WEIRICK ............Cashier
j. S. DUT-ON.....Assistant Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
John A. Creighton..........President
G. W. Stapleton........Vice-Presidest
T. M. Hodpans...........Cashie
J. O. Hodgens.......Assistant Casbier
3. B. Nuckols.......Assistant Cashier
Under state supervision and Juriedie.
tion. Interest paid on deposits.
Sells exchangs available in all the
principal cites of the United States
and Europe. Collections promPdy at.
tended to. Transact a general baking
business.
Directors 1. A. Creighton, Omaha;
G. W. Stapleton, A. H. Barret, 3. D.
Levit S. V. Kemper, T. M. Hodgenas,
1. 0. Hodgens.
Corner Main and Park Streets, Butte.
C. R. Leonard, Pro. T. R. Hinds, V. Pres.
Fayette Harrington, Cashier.
Silver Bow National Bank
CAPITAL, 81o00,00o 0
This bank solicits aceounts, 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 . Leonard, P. Ant
Heins. S. Marchessesa, ,. Balmfort .
A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. ,. Hinds, Job
MacGinniss, Fayette Harrinston.
NORTH COAST LIMITED
Observatlion Cars
Electrio Lighted
SSteam Heated
BUTTE SCHBDULE
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M e a rtsb CoseE
Wo. i um r a
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Swn oest 0
Meas ta lmastRm
pcNets.m.
points.
... 8-.itte Ueet Lgoal, be. smute
s p T a... . the babe
GeNo. 13A-s.et. me a arout twee it
Milwaukee & St. Paul
With the o reer ault thad a t this
Whcompany has an enviable
Haits been thoroughly the routensd
erof the Pioneer Limited ande
The Overland Limited.
P. H. SCANLAN, Commercial
partment, Helena, Mont.
MilwaukeeN. W. P. A., St. Paul
W track n the esult that this
reputation for excellence othe
Its meals. This e. the route
de of the Pioneer Limited and to
The Overlanted d Limited.
P. WH CANLAN, CommerAN l
If so you cannot afford t s
Frther nformation on ont. p
sonally or by letter to
N. W. P. A., Ste Paul.
Six Million Dollars Spent by te
to Improvina what was originally the
tss trck in the West.
A comparatively straight and levd
roadbed, ballasted with dustleu Sea,
man granite, rendering possible the
highest rate of speed, toether with the
apprecOlted.
.WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Solid comfort, surity, and picture to
If sm you cannot afford to sto v; an}
other than this ROYAL , IGHWAY.
Further Information on appliation poea
usually o.: by. loner to
H. 0. WILSON, 0. . L.,
f*
sTANDAnb
' ; LB.PBN. e
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 "Gret Western
Lmited." These cars are
extra large and easy riding, the
interior furnishings are of a
simple elegance which appeals
to all. Al. berths are supplied
with electric lamps for reading.
The dressing rooms are large
For further In
'and commo
formatlon aply
to J. P. Blier,
General Passe.
The Best Friend
The Northwest
Ever Had
"lThl Road That Made the
Northwest Pamous."
LEAVE BUTTE.
For St. Paul, East and West,
daily .................. 8:oo p.a .
S ARRIVE BUTTE.
From St. Paul, East and
West. dali ............ :45. m.
From St. Paul, East and
West, dall . d :45
FUIL, IN-Fbr AW 'MT AION FRO
City Ticket Ooe, No. 4s North Ma
Street, Butte. W. R. MEBCH,
C. P. and T.A.
Dullman, Dining and
SLibrary Car Route to
SALT LAKE DENVER
KANSAS CITY OMAHA
CHICAOO ST. LOUIS
RAd All Bastera Ponlats
Short Llno To
Colorado, Arizor and Mexico
San Francisco, Los Angeles
(Ocean or RalL.
PORTLAND
Rnd All Paelfle eaNst Poats
ARRIVE. DEPART.
No. 9....6:40 p. m.INo. 8....4'4!p.agU
No. I.... a:45 a. m.INo. zo.... :o a. a.s
Ticket Office 105 N. Main Street
Butte, Montana.
H. 0. WILSON, GENERAL AOGT
Denver & Rio Grando
and the
Rio Grande Western
Travel During Pall
and Winter Seasons
The journey to the East via Salt
Cits a alon the shores of the
Sal s thlrough b butiful Gleaw
Colorado kpri.a and Denver is one
uninterrupted selight in winter as we
as in summer. Inft, the fall and wlnter
seasons add but a new grandeur and harum
to the travel scones and infuse an elemeaI
of variety pnd beauty to the unsurosOsable
wonders along the Rio Grande Westrer
and Denver & Rio Grands lines. Throukg
sleeping and dining car service Persona
allyconducted weekly excursions, Fe
ratst or information aPlyf to
G. W. FITZGERALD,
General Agent.
Ticket Omeat--4y7 & Broadway, Butts
Atchlson,Topeka &
Santa Fe Ry. Co.
SANTA Pa ROUWU
a Trains Daily
From Denver to aues tCity sad ChI'
sagO. Also th direct lin to Gatve.
ton, El Paso, City of Mie3o and hthe
mlaning camps of New Meaiso a.ra A
For partis are about RI UCID
RATES EAST this summfr l to

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