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Achilles was in
vulnerable in every
part of the body
save his heel. The
myth runs that he
was rendered invul
ncrable by being
dipped in the river
Styx in infancy, the
heel by which he
was held bcinl
the only part
not sub;inrge-d
( and tlicre
in his pht
sical organism, and that weak spot is the
invariable attaching,' point of disease.
No man is stronger than that weakest
spot in him. We see great rouest look
ing mien go down like n ineplins, at a
touch of disease, and wonder at it. It
is simply the wound in the weak spot,
the vulnerable heel of Achilles.
It is the office of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery to build up the weak
places, to strengthen thi weal: organs of
the body. It does this on Nature's own
plan of nourishment. Proper food prop
erly assimilated makes a weak man
strong. But the man is only all aggre
gation of parts, so that the strong man
means strength of all parts, heart, lungs,
liver, nerves, etc. " Golden Medical
Discovery " puts into Nature's hands the
material by which the stomach is
strengthened, the blood purified, the
nerves nourished, the lungs vitalized. It
makes the weak strong anil the sick well.
It contains no alcohol or other intoxicant.
Mr. R. J. 'McKnight, of Cades, Williamsburg
Co., S. C., writes: "I had been troubled with
rheumatism for twelve years, so bad at times I
could not leave imy bed. I was badly crippled.
Tried many doctors and two of them gave men
up to die. None of them did me much good.
The pains in my back, hips and legs (and at
times in my head), would nearly bill me. My
appetite was very had. I took five bottles of the
'Golden Medical Discovery' and four vials of
'Pellets,' and to-day my health is good."
Alwaps.3- f cheaper
i n the ind than aney. seeds
that only cot hlu:f a.5 much.
Teited, true to name, fresh and
reliable. Always the best. Ask
for Ferry's--take no others.
Write for t100 Socd Annual.
D. .1. ,FEItRtY & CO.,
D)ctroit, Bich.
Euroeka Harness Oil is the best
preservative of new leather
and the lest renovator of old
leather. It oils, softes, black
ens and protects. Use
Eureka
Harness Bil
on your hest harness. your old bar
Dess, and your carriage tole, and they
will not only look better but wear
longer. Sold everywhrein rnus-all
sizes frmn half ints to tl\e gallone.
Made by STAN DAIRD OIL CO.
""- " -:-~.- DES-Ns,
i l BT . BTRADE-MARKS
iAND COPYRIGHTS
PATENTSAN OBTAINED
ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY F
Notice in "Inventive Age "
Book "How to obtain Patents"
Charges moderate. No fee till patent is secured.
Letters strictly confidential. Address,
E. G. SIGGERS, Patent Lawyer, Washington, D. C.
ALLISON & SHERMAN,
--D'EALERS 1N
HOU8K FURNISI1iNGiSi
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
4 G
BROADWAY, - PHILIPSBURG
' ý~
A. M°INTYRE,
DEALER IN
I HARDWARE-GLASSWARE'
AT THE OLD STAND
BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG
The.... w
--Cafe
SThe Only First Class Short,
Order House in the City,
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT f
Rear of L.N. Van Vranken,
Wharton & Camp.
bell's, Philipsburg Proprietor.
% iselse 1611811B.118d
BOERS IN FULL RETREAT.
Invcsmens t of 'Vepener Has BIeen Absa
ltely Abandoned.
Lo:;noN, April 18.--Lor Roberts has
spread his net far and wid to catch the
adventurous commnandloos that have
been making miscthief in the southeast
ern part of the state. The not has not
yet been drawn in, but at the headquar
ters of Lolt.l lcte'.rts the impression ex
iists that t'.. poF.,', r on th' l, elr.; is die
e,: '. ,,? D SA ilyv Nc.New corrispondil'lt
Yad thelm eiL; to the s;outhen::; a
r:D ly S1nr- t c, e. e=iptl. nt :has ti. .m
floc nrth'-t a ; a D:ily 'r,:lraph cr
ii" - er Its et m ire ar g
nort and oithers souti: while a Morn
it PIost irepreste.lta:titve says it is not
ktmown what the EBors aire doing.
SEvidiently the fet-ling ait Bflocnmfontein
is that the dispoisitions of Lord H il.,'rts
are such as to enable hint to concentrate
a largo force rapidly at any point. The
Beers being awame of this are presumed
to be thinking now chiefly of retreat.
The invscitment of Wopnoer, according
to a special dispatch from Bloomfoltein,
.als Absolutely lteen Abandoned.
According to a Bethany dispatch the
Beoers are unable to retreat northward
because the Lritish strongly hold all
roa ds.
Diverse reports come from Natal, one
asserting that the Boers have retiied
beyond the Biggatsburg range, and au
other saying that some of them are
close to Ladysmith.
London waits colnfidently for almost
immediate announcement of news fa
vorable to the British.
Distrust exists, however, as to any
rapid, continuous advance toward Pro
torts, chiefly on account of the lack of
horses, mlany of which die in the course
of long voyages. Letters from the Cape
say that three clays' journey is made in
open trucks, that arrangements for
feeding and watering them are inade
quate and the unfortunate animals
break down constantly in consequence
of these hardships. DI)spite the energy
of its buyers abroad the war office fore
sees much difficulty in supplying the
enormllous number of horses now re
quired.
3ITLLER CONVICTED.
Hen'l of thne li'ranklin Syndicnte Found
(Guilty of Grand Larlceny.
NEW YORK, April 18.- Villianm F.
Miller of Franklin syndicate famie was
found guilty by a jury in court in
Brooklyn of grand larceny in the first
degree in taking Mrs. Na. hlrine
Moore's $1,000, which she invested in I
his 520 per cent scheme "to get rich
quick." The prisoner was remanded
for sentence a week from next Friday.
His counsel stated that the case would
be appealed. For a moment or two
after the jury had rendered its verdict
Miller appeared to le dazed. He recov
ered himself, however, and entered into
a spirited conversation with his counsol.
The jury was discharged and Millar
was taken to the Raymond street jail.
MONTENEGRO SURRENDERS.
One of the Blest Filpilio Generals Gives
Ip the Fight.
MANILA, April 18.-General Monte
negro, one of the insurgents' best fight
ers, has surrendered to Colonel Smith
in the mountains near Camaling, in the
province of Pangasinan, where, with
General Macabulos, he had been trying
to reorganize the Filipino army. Col
onel Smith, with five companies of the
Seventeenth regiment, nearly sur
rounded the force of Montenegro, who,
discouraged by the Impossibility of
making his men stand against the
Americans, surrendered. Macabulos
escaped.
The insurgents have attacked San
Jose, in the province of Batangas, and
Santa Cruz, on the lake, fruitlessly.
NEW YORK REPUIBLICANS.
Administrations of Roosevelt and McKin
ley Are lraised.
NEW YORK, April 18.-The Republi
can state convention met in the Grand
Central Palace at 1 o'clock. State Sen
ator N. A. Elsberg of New York city
was made temporary chairman and ad
dressed the convention at some length,
dwelling upon the ability with which
the state and national governments had
been adnministered by Governor Roose
velt and President McKinley, respec
I tively.
After the appointment of committees
the convention took a recess until4 p. in.
TO SUCCEED CLARK.
James iMurray Will Be Appointed if the
Senat,r's Seat Ihs acated.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., April 18.--If
the statements of a Montana political
leader are to be credited there was a
conference held in this city on Sunday
relative to the appointment of a succes
sor to Senator Clark in the event of the
United States senate declaring his seat
vacant. The choice of the conference,
it is said, settled upon James Murray,
said to be a prominent man in mining
and financial interests in Montana,
who, it is said, has the favor of the gov
ernor and also the support of the Clark
j-fluence.
Altgeld the Principal Speaker.
ALBANY, N. Y., April 18.-Former
Governor John P. Altgeld of Illinois
was the principal speaker at the ban
quet given at the Stanwix hotel by the
Bimetallic league of Albany county in
honor of the anniversary of the birth of
Jefferson. He responded to the toast,
"What Would Jefferson Do?"
Furnish Forecasts to Farmers.
WAsmINcGTo, April 18.-Secretary of
Agiculture Wilson has directed that ad
vantage be taken of the rural free de
livery established by the postoffice de
partment by having carriers on such
routes distribute to farmers cards con
taining the latest weather forecasts and
warnings.
Philippine Commission Sails.
SAN FRANCISCo, April 18.-The Phil
ippine commissioners sailed on the
transport Hancock. The Hancock will
stop at Honolulu, Yokohama and Hong
Kong en route to Manila.
THE FIRST BLOODSHED.
Sergeant Douglasi Killed WVhile on Duty"
at the Seen(, of the Croton Strike.
CROTON LA.sNsi, N. Y., April 18.
The first bldodshedi as the outcome of
the strike at tile Cornell damn was that
of Seri'iant Robert Douglass of the
Eleventh scteparate company at Mount
Vernon, who wa:< ,s:,)t dead by all tn
known as,.:,sii-, while lhe was relieving
guard at 5:7, p. it. Thie point where
the :c"ereanlt foil is kno,'iwn as Post Ten,
wvhich we-a in chirtt of Corporal Mc
De ll, DglalMss was talking to the
cornprae l and' the othlotr members of the
'urard whetn he su;dd ,,nly clapped his
1nudi; t, his -stinach and said: '"Load
boyy Ii'm sh,"' anid hnitediately fell
to) the grould. It was pitch dark at the
ti:me, 1but McDowell ald the others fired
a volley into a clump of baushes nearby
without. hitting anlonllo. No one saw
the flash or heard the sound of the shot
which killed Douglass, and it was a
most mysterious affair. Meanwhile the
I men picked up the fallen sergeant and
carried hinm down the hill on a stretcher,
but as soon as they reached Douglass'
tent the poor fellow died without saying
a word.
PRESIDENT'S TRIP.
WVill Visit New York and Canton, 0., RLe
ing Absent a 1Week.
WASHINGTON, April 18.-The details
of the president's trip to New York and
Canton are practicailly completed. The
party will leave here for Patterson, N.
J., in a private car attached to the regu
lar 10 o'clock train on the Pennsylvania
road next Thursday morning. The
presidential party will remain in Pat
terson as the guests of Mrs. Hobart un
tilSaturday morning when they will
go to New York to aittend the Ecuinen
ical conference on foreign missions a
Carnegie hall Saturday evening. Late
Saturday night the party will take a
train for Canton, O., where they will
remain about three days, reaching
XWiashingitol on their return Thursday
or l'riday of inext week.
First of ia Norits of Fetes.
PARIS, April 18.--T]he .-,t of the
s:ries o' offcial fetes to b: livs ( ilitn con
nection with the exp-o: t-il : to1,t's place
at the Elysee Palace. 1;re 1 ;'-n t Loubot
entertained 200 guests t dint1,, the
largest lnumber ever seated .:t :11 Elysee,
banquet. Among those pe.-- a ntwere
the diplom,:tic corp.4 and :.u: coinmlis
sioners general of the vari us nations
represented at the exposition.
Alnti-Lynlthing law ('on:;til ntional.
ConuLe.Ivs, O., April 18.-The su
prenie court has declared the anti
lynching law constitutional. The law
provides that the heirs of any person
who is lynched may collect X5,000 from
the commissioners in the county in
which the affair occurs. The decision
was rendered in the case of Click Mit
chell, hanged by a mob at Urbana.
Americans Had No Casualties.
MIANILA, April 18.-General Young
reports that 300 insurgent riflemen and
bolonlen attacked the American gar
rison at Bataco, province of North I1
cos, but were repulsed, losing 100 men.
The Americans had no casualties.
LA"'EST MARKET REPORT.
D)uluth (Crain.
DULUTi , April 17.
WIIEAT--Ca,;h, No. 1 hard, 6GSc; No.
2 Northern, li c; No. 3, iljdc. To Ar
rive-No. 1 har.l, (i8; ; No. 1 Northern,
G(iBrc; May, : L'C; July, 670c.
FLAX--To Arrive, 81.714; May, $1.72;
September, $1.18; October, 81.1r 2 .
Minneapolis Wheat.
S31 NNEAPOLIS, April 17.
WIIEAT--In Store-No. 1 Northern,
April, 6 M'a; May. 6(ild!64Vc; July, 7..
On Track-No. 1 hard, (6Ec; No. 1
Northern, (i5Jsc; No. 2 Northern, 63V'e.
Sioux City Live Stock.
Sioix CITv, April 17.
CATTLE-Market about steady.
Sales ranged at [email protected] for beeooves;
$2.5([email protected] for cows, bulls and mixed;
[email protected] for stockers and feeders; $100
@ 1.75 for calves and yearlings.
HOGS0-Market 10c higher. Range
of prices. $35 [email protected]).
R3 cipt;: Cattle, 600; hogs, 1,000.
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
SOUTHi ST. PAUL, April 17.
I-IOGS-Market [email protected] 3c higher. Range
of prices, [email protected] .
CATTLE-Goo l stock cattle of all
kinds in splendid demand. Common un
salable.
Sales ranged at [email protected] for cows;
$4.60([email protected] 0 for steers; [email protected] for bulls;
[email protected](,l.3 for calves; [email protected]( 190 for stock
ers and feeders.
SHEEP-G :od demand.
Sales ranged at [email protected] for sheep;
[email protected] for lamnbs.
Receipts: Cattle, 40); calves, 300; hogs
1600; sheep, 23.
Chicago Union Stock Yards.
CH ICAGO, April 17.
CATTLE-Market steady to strong.
Sales range-d at 44 9)@5.9) for good to
prime steers; [email protected] for poor to me
dium: [email protected] 85 for stockers and leed
ers: [email protected] for cows and heifers;
$4.0:@5.25 for Texas fed steers.
HOGS-Market 10o higher.
Sales ranged at [email protected] for mixed
ind butchers; [email protected] 83 for good to
choice heavy; '[email protected] for rough
heavy; [email protected] for light. Bulk tof
sales, [email protected]
SHEEP-Market steady.
Sales rangal at [email protected] for sheeo;
[email protected] for lambs.
Receipts: Cattle, 2,000; hogs. 12,00);
sheep, 10,000.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, April 17.
CLOSING PIICES.
WIIEAT-April. 66c; May,66%c; July,
67%c; September, 67J'c.
CORN-April, 3Sc; May, 38%c; July,
390 @39%c; September, 40c.
OATS-April, 23Rc; May, 23%c; July,
23%c; September, 22%c.
PORK-April, $13.00; May, $13.00;
July. $13.15.
FLAX-Cash, Northwestern, $1.73;
Southwestern, $1.73; May, $1.71: Septem
bher, 81.1i3a1 16%; October, $1.12%.
POULTRY-Dressed, turkeys, 8'/@12c;
thickens, [email protected]
BUTTER-Creameries, [email protected]; dairy,
[email protected]
EGIGS-Fresh, 10%o.
-THE
ANDERSON
SSaloon.
VWines, Liqdors
and Gigars,
:uent Al's.' " D ",.'t.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
,.\. ,11t i vAS, 'hliai tit, 1
,, ,, o Emit } r"I l )i V.se h. ,, r. l) F 1 :;1, Vy
:, i ,i \.l ). '. , ii It,, nl, t th , p. , 1' I ', :
.t .I. or ,i; -t tt' coed - 11- 11 ( r Il t , vi)P :IH -
.\ c t t' oir .ia lotl , pitv es' I< tar., of
', ,,i+ ate.d, J.D in' and Ih in itn '':!i'h.
;ý m , t,iye I'{ ) , M Iontanat, and h ing a it ,art and
, "ipen of the l ea \hwv Ito(, mliniag eI trn, ,i
ull tliV (,d, n l'ed and k \'nown it- S 'rves,, No.
:.. lt,] I iorded i tn Hook I ia 'iat 'e t . Iii tenl
i S o lp:Of (iranilt (monr t, stalte of J1t illil·a ,
I'lht llhatin it the nort i 'ttes t c ter ai pe; on the
I.i h ary line of Sole No.I 'I 23,, the Hol
S, twloh., miniuii , claim n, from vhlich Coriner
. f s I S a w I lht iletut nii .li i e laim hears
in i lli i 7 (l egree , ilt i t l uiles weH' I 9 .l ic fi t I it -
1l i n . I II, etIll.(1 i Ot i . l 't i,., ( {i ll iilo es e t iJ::
uitl. i tMI.UL Atliieney fitm littijittiff
fat ; ll .tft iltnii I dC ,i l, ,I 'l in:lllt . w~ p ! 11
fet: t:he e(P SOilt I de le,H , 11 tIinules we-t
it,- \'we lnt alot lg titl' \test boundary line' of the
N, ti e ,I n t ienw lode tclaim 1.72 feet, to t . I wt,
uibt', ]uif ug, emlitilling antl area o()f li l,71, il.s
Tli' toti fur with all aid1 sirngutlr ll e i ei l fte lnt. enl
it L ti ts i and t ll tlt fetna ncc s thertinto bi
ttt:'tile. t or tif any l i i'ie p hrlt lll Ktl taiitte g.
hirxtedt this 2ltleh tiny of 11arch. A. It. 190.l i
(GEiE tl: Me, s tLI e,
Sheriff (.f Granite ountlit)'. Montarna.
riY .1 1). KiN.NitY, Ila- i r Sherll.
Justtln hULL, Attorney fon r I aiitiin ff.
I irtl 1,i titiitit ' March 30il--10-3ilt.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4184.
UNITED ArrAiE La.NtI t'FFICEi.
HEiiLNA, Monitaina. Marh 21., 10. iiI1
Notice is eeitey give n that Ihery l. Fraink,
Iy Louisi Frak his alttorne,-in-fact, ajn thl e
hirs oif (uy X Pitt, deceIOnsed, whose P. td
is;14 s Bit Ite. Sti' o ut.,U it h ve Ihisday fi lle theirtu -
lih lthion. fora lpatent flior ll31. l linear feet. I -
iung 11.) feet ieasterly lollt l 20 felt wesi.terl froi
dlisttovery sihaft of the iShort Shift lode mining
ch'turnl, lion whic I a notice of intention to it
I' Y f) " lltlenl was postisiid )it the 1llth d yli of
1it rehI, At. D. 1100,n I itu ated in (oft -'gI, Ir l it - ut
oitgantized) mining district, ler lodlge ettounty,
tt.at of ol'anna, nd designlated ti. Srver
No. '7t7, in (f lactional, iT ownshi 5 i ttorh f
ilnll, 1: ',vest, anhd oii g I(more palriticularly de
'trih.e . its follows, to-wit:
nletNi, ig at llCorner No. 1, a t point in the
untu h sileline if lttrve'y No. 5157, ai gneiss stone
vit ill the ground, winllessed by hearinlg treit ,
mark t'd 1-717 for ('olrn rNo tliltnd fCe rom which
lhen sIllthullest ctrner of nittitu 7, in TI owiHlipt
Setrl h. !ang, 13 west, ears south `0 d.grees,
u:l minutes, 2`1 seconds west 16715.1 feet, anid ren
nliii heni t lnorth 'it deigrees west ulu.1I fet';ie
thence north :3 degroes, 11 mtinlites (,ist[ 27l
fol'l; the c "e north 52idegrees, -t minute.s TWtl (
171. fot; lthence soutth 7t degreels, f minutes
oIt il i.cli ftt;l thence south :i0 degrees easlt 2rt1.'i
flic; thence i oI th 85 degrN.ees west I. )l.7 telt, Ito
thilnto, lnf eglinning, containing ni areil of
T.us acres claimed by the above-lilutnedt appli
caln'H.
'iThe location of this claim is of record in the
ret''otrder's oitte of lDeer Lodge cotlly, state iof
tain oaitt' i-n N Itlk 12 of Qtuartz Locat, tions, at
Page 4119.
'I headjining claims to lhse premises are
urvey No. 2171. North Athlatit lode, Lot
it, 'Charleis tI. Thaler et al applic ants, alitdr
Stier Mi Nit 5228,i North Atlantic linl Johni
R. Bordeiaux applicantll , ot thie inorth;
arve.y No. 2;iti, Ort Fine lode, Lot i ,n Willianm
Tit ip-on applicant, on tit e ast; lurvey No.
51ea7, Hold Fast lode, Heniy I. Frank applicant,
onSl Ie south; Survey No. 4721, Trinity Jdte,
lrt ory L. Fra'k etit 1 applli:4ft, t iln Surveyt
No. 1211r. Southern iti ('1 s loto, Lot 72. Sentiruen
(cToss Goltd Mining conpsany atpplicant, otil tho
(GEO)Rt,E G }EENE, |opgi,.ter.
R.\McUEL nAEIEtl aI It , Attorter fIor Aplitcaehts.
First pnllicaltion March 30-10-10t.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4180,
UNIED STA'lES LkND OFFICE. ?
H{ELu ..A. Montana, March 1, 1)0,`.
Notice is hereby given that James A. Murray,
by t'rllnk 1). rown. his ltunl, riey-i n-fact. in hin e
postllice address is n r iltilps.burg, ranite
c'ounly, state of k lon tattil, has this
dthey filed in anpplication for oa patent [ notice of
which wi ol ol ttea he lttt, day of Fi.ritliiry,
A. I). 1n00 e, ] for 011t.7 lincar fit , iie cl in s g 815
fet weserly tand 1:t31.7 ftit ea. arly, measuredi
along Ihc otren of the vtn from ithoe center ofi
the discovry shaft (if the Silver Star Jode claim,
situated in Flint (ri'eek IuinorganizdI) mining
district, (iarii ite coult'y, sstate of Mlonta it, d
dsignilid by itre itiicial surveoy thereof liand the
field notes and otlicial plat on file in this-!lice
as Survey No, 557t1, in (unsurveyeo(] T"wiship, i
norlh. of Mange 13 .west, and described as fol
lows, to-wit:
(ginning at Corner No. 1, which is also ('oer
inoir No. 5 of Survey Nto. 5i0, t granlitie sto
20x8xti inches, Het l t inches ideep, mit ket2 5 lo.
malked it 1-5579, for Corner No. I of this str
vey. from which the southeast corner of Sec
tion 25, Township 7 norlh, of hange I (vest,
bears south71degrees, h8 minutes, 30 seconds
west 301.1.1 feet, and running thence north :3 dte
grees, 16 minuteseast 443.0 feet; thence north ('8
degrees, 05 minutes east 1053,4 feet; thence south
3 degrees, 111 minutes west 5811.2 feet; thence
notth 86 degrees, 47 minutes west 1130.4 feet;
thence north 80 degrees, 50 minutes vwest 421
feet, to Corner No. 1, the place of bginning,
containing 12.78 acres, of which .42 acres are in
conflict with Survey No. 208, Antler lode, Lot
No, 1941, Frank G. Brown et al, applicants, not
claimed, leaving a net area of 12.31) acres claimed.
There are no other known conflicting claims.
The adjoining claims are on the south Survey
No. 13111, Shian lode, Lot No. 78, Nicholas It.
Itingeling et al, applicants; on the west Survey
No. 5580, Puritan lode, James A. Murray, appli
First prtbeation, March 2- ll-10t.
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Tle Latest Pattens Just Rcei-vcd. Call ,1nJ Sec Them and
Get My Prices, Shop in Basement of Twoby Building,
Office Upstairs, Sansome Street, Pihilipsburg, Mont,
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BOCKI BEE R ON SALE
IKROGER'S BREWERY'
Manufactures the Finest and Purest Beer in the State.
*When you buy Kroger's Ilecer Volt skip the imI urities that give you
headlachel. ,,u get a !pure hop and mnalt drink, that's why.
BRER NOW ON SALE BEER NOW ONf SALK
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NEW CHICAGO DRUMMOND
J. A. & J. B FEAT.llERIAN,
GROCERIES
DRY GOODS, HARDWAREI
We SPll as iheao as AnilJbdll Prices Comlpare with Helena
TIlE PIILIPSBURG IRON WORKS
BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS.
IRON AND BIRASS FOUNDEhS AND PlAGHINISTS
All Kinds of Mining, Milling and Concentrating Machinery Made
and Repaired. CHilled Car Wheels, Crusher Shoes and
Dies, Cornish Rolls, Mininn Cars, Etc., Etc.
LOCK BOX R, PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA
'r VESTIIIUI.ED 'Ti'AINH-DININ(i CARS.
SPOKANE,
HELENA, TIME ('AlI) P D. & D. IIAN('H.
ZBUTTE, II I'.l llUcR.
MINNEAPOLIS, No. 122, slixed. doll:oll.......... R:35 a. m.
ST. PAUL No. I1, %1ixcd.r rv .. .. ... 3:15p.m.
Sly) ixc ut Suinday.
-AND POINTS- D)l'if)i ND.
EAST AND SOUTH. N,,'' . 1, ixc,, e , i,,,,, ..............1.:1.1p. .
EAST AND SOUTH. N J 1 , 5 IX u ivp, ............. 10:5a.m.
TACOMA, MAIN 1ANE )IiUV1 1ON)D.
SEATTLE, r" \S L 1 of N n,
PORTLAND, No. 2l,Atlllic ,l il,. uPirts....... 6:55 p. m.
CALIFORNIA, i i:'NI.
JAP ALIFORNIA No. 1, P:cific Maii, (I rjiiI' ........ 1:05 p. m.
JAPAN, CHINA,
SKAGWAY.
DYEA, (let Permit at 'T'icke.t O(liie for
ALtSKA, PUILLMAN FIRST-('IASS
(iJEO. S. Jo.uiNMO, Agi., ('t. S. . i. tI. . I''. A. ''10C liST' SLEELPING CARS
r PHJI n . 3 l. ~'I~T.S[. ' TI. MJINN.

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