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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 May 1885

1 SGREAT FALL,_ N DL, 1 R EEALLONER VOL L REA FLLS MOTAA TRRIOR, THURSAY, AY .14, 88 1N0.1 SREAT '1'FALL TIBUNE. SUBSCSIPT.~N RATES. One cop 1 ycar, (tin egy;, e)............ .. ( ,Iq copy fi mont.a, ................. ........ 1.51 (,hie awe montU3................;: ..... "... IAI) .flp-emah cpi`, ........ .......a.:.. ....... Etrictly in I dvance. The ci culatioa tf th' Tarmius.in North.r~ Montmna is gnacan eo.l to ex ed t .it o: ny p - p 'r pUohsIIcd in the rll.toly. Add twsac1 cn-nfuni'ations tai e c - T idUtsNE, GOs AT FALLs, Mo. 1 -OUR PRECIOUS lMETALSC The Nt'ihart, Barker andl Mon tan-t histritcisý 4&.-d_. A Trenchant D's.,ription of th~ Principal Mines. The Aeeessibsilitv of (Great Falls " to the District. Th"' Only Prvrtical Supnly Point F or the Eldorad ! E i,' Ercetion o R ledii4tion Works! Her- Assured. I In the rai-a of mouuttains called f the Little Lelt mountains, which are located in Meagher county, Montana Territory, and are a spur of the main t range, there are...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 May 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. ADVERTISING RATES. wrta.. I1S. 5 3.18 4.1$ 6. ' 0.I S 12 I month. 5. G. SI 7. 10 15.1 25. mantas g 7. .1 r .i 15. M, 'a. 55. T mou As Ie. i 10. 15. 30. 55. 110. 1 y .ar.... 12.1 15. I 25. 50. 1( . 200. Baniness notices in reding matter, 25 cents pr line. Business notices 15 cents per line for first in sertion. and 10 c nts p r line for each subsequent insertion of same mhit str. THE MONTANA RANGES. How the Range Stock Wintered. Tile Advantages Offered by Montana to Those Desirous of Changing The Many Industries which May be Engaged in With Profit. The May number of the "North west" contains Mletter fram E. L. M., dated at Utica, Montana. The letter is an excellent one: truthful and to the point We extract from it the following: Those who have been here several years say that the past winter has been one of exceptional severity. They have complained ( f itandfeared its results; but taken as a whole and compared with winters in the East, our own has been very mild...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 May 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, Pnblisbcd Ever T'nrsday at Great Falls, 1. 7 WILL HINKS, PoUBIsxm. GREAT FALLS. One of the most notable and char acteristic features observable in the development of the western States and Territories is the remarkabl3 quick growth of towns. Since civil izition in the far east took its first westward step it has seized on certain vantage points in every new country, there to build up great cities from . which centers to push its further can quest and lay tributary the surround ing country. History ever repeats herself, and we of the Northwest are being pushed on by an impulse that has received the acceleration of ages. New towns spring up and take on city airs in a few months. To such a limit has this spirit of push been carried that many such are dependent for their growth not upon the natural advantages of their location or the resources of the surrounding country, but upon a tem porary and purely speculative spirit born of western restlessness. Such places ar...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 May 1885

MONTANA~ ARABLE LANDS. e An Agricultural as Well as a Stock r 'Producing Country. e The Elcud Lat:<ls the C'ctring Wheat t Fields of the West. So much has been written of the C live stock interests of Montana, and so little has hitherto been known of its best agricultural lands, that it is generally understood in the East to possess no resources worth mention- a ing as a farming country. The val- .J lays o1 the upper Missouri, the Grdl-a tin, the Madison, the Jefferson, and also the Deer Lodge, have boen known 2 for a numbeo of years a.; fertile agri- t cultural sections, but it is only within I a sLort time that the immense agri cultural capacity of Northern Meon tana has begun to be appreciate:d. In C fact it has just ceased to be an Indian and buffalo country. Four years ago, five or six different tribes of Indians were chasing buffalo in the Judith Basin where to-day are the homes of e hundreds of prosperous farmers and t, stockmen. That part of Montana bounded on o the west ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 May 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy I year, (in. dvan^: ) ... ..._ .. ".t One copy I; months ..................... 1.'0 Onm copy 3 montis.... .. . . 1.tl 8p e :ci anl c:opies .. ..... ..... .. ... It Strictly in i.d vmine. T:r olrculation of th l TRIBUNE in No-thlhrn Montant is ga trant .ed t:. eAx:,tl tait of anly p . 1pr publish, d in the territory. Address all commuij -:ltiottl: to the TitII3BNE, G(REAT 'A.LLs. MIO;T. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. l.A.NI Oit(' .T tIELENA, J April 20, ,iS9t Notice is hrebhy given taI:lt tlt- fodlolli namced settler has tiledl nottice of his ittcntion to mak' final proofini support of his ei.m, an I tha t s id proot will be made bcfite the Iteist r atl ie. ceiver of the U. S. L.and Ofli^ ti lIelnm'i, i. T., on Juu, iti, Is6. viz: ('harl,,s Triplbtt. who mn)do HFormntead appli cation No. 1.t: for the SE ', of Srction .), town ship 17, N of R 1 W. lie nam.es the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cul...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 May 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. . . .. :- 2_ - _ - - ... . - - -~ - . .. .. . ADVERTII NG RATET . 1 . on-ý .. ". 15. ( f. i 1. <, ll 1 e nr... .) 124 15 7.1 . i .. 3.i Bu -inss ni:tic's in r. d.ing nI:lt r, 25 cents p'-r line. Blliness reticr s 15 c:ns p r i'n f f first in srtion, and l 1. I s rr lin .un r each .iabseaqu t ins pltien of same m; . r. WASHiiN(;TON LET'EI.I [From o::r _g:l:r C('trre;pt:ulent.] WAS:HONGTON, May 15. 1885. During the eweek the a-linsirn-s tion has made ,uite a nu:nber of changes. re::ovals anr:A al'pointmoints. The Jocke: Club Sp::ng r:.es have been going on at wL.ih tLtere has been a large daily attendance o(f prominent people, fore'gn nministers and states men. Gener.I :;l)pa:ks, the Columnis loner of th: Land O(ffice ha; been before the police court, c(harged with assault. anld Dr. Varley. the noted English evangilist, hl:s held a seciec of meetings. Still people say nothing is going on now. At the Wb'hite House delegations pour in rpon Pre.'i:alut Cleveland. ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 May 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Pablished Every Thar~ay at Great Falls., I. T. WILL HANKS. Pu3LIr:rE. - WHAT YOU CAN -D. ?x1 )lt:inl: .la; . : - ')"1+; inn i~ od rie. "which may be engaged in with profi;t, and which requizes cnly a -tall capi tal with xhich to make a start. Woo~ - growing, which is ,ound to be orn ,f our chief industrie:; in a few year:;, can be engaged in with profit almost. from the start. A youn.g man v.ith limited capital, good horse sen-:,e :n 1 a will to work, by exercising judgment and economy can in a few years make a life competence out of the bu:siness. A man to mnak a success of any bui:; ness must give his undivideid aitentin to it, anl not rely on the .,ayi'gs (.f unreliable elnplo)yecs; and j 1st ;o u iih the sheep industry. Much money lha been lost in the businessin thi T; i tory by this: very ca::se, an' we i lieve that every un1snuz,'":ui s-h:,u man can altriimte his faiure to negli g -lce and mismla:.n eme:nt. We \ now; instances where yof:' n:en hai ' .:tFir...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 May 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect Nov. Ist, 1884 TRAINS ABIIIVE FRlOM THE EAST--UELENA No. 1-Pacific Express.7" 2 p. mr. Mountain time TRAIN3 GOING EAST FROM HELENA No --Atlantic Express ...............R8:111 a m TRAINS ARRIVE FROM TIIE WFST No 2-Atlantic Express.................7:50 a m TRAIN::S tING WEST FROM IIh.ELENA No 1-Pacific Express..................:75 p m Wickes Branch. Arrive at Helena nt................. ....7:43 p m Lb-v, Wickes at........... ........... 10:50 p m Leavy Helena d;aiy at.................... 3:219 a m 4rriveat Wickes at.......................5:30 a m +°e!ena and Butte Accommodation L ave lIelena.............................8:34) a m Arrive at Grrrison .. ................12:21) p m Leave G4rrison...... .. . 1:4 m Arrive at ll ena .........................5:30 p m Puniman Palace and Dining ('ars run through betww.n St. Paul and Minneap.i.is and Helena and Portland on Atlantic and Pacific expr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy 1 year, (in advance)...............:3.(o One copy 6 months......................... 1.50 One copy 3 months............................. o Speciman copies.............................. 1) Strictly in tadvance. The circulation of th, TRIBUNE in Nourthrn Montana is guarant,+ed to exceed that of any pa per pablished in the territory. Address all communications to the TRIBUNE, (TREAT FALLS, MONT. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. L.\no OFFICE 1T ItELENA, April' ), iSS4 4 Notie is herehy given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to nake final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will he made hetire the Register and tie ceiver of the U. S. Land Office at Illena, M. T., on June 6, 1555. viz: Charles Triplett, who made Homestead appli cation No. 15,1) for the SE 's of Section 21t, town ahip 17, N of R 1 W. Hle names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence unont, and cultivatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 June 1885

GREAT FALLS" TRIBUNE. ADVERTISING RATES. lw..pk.S.53I §S 12. 1 month. 1 . ;;. 7. o ' ; '15 I months 7. I . 1 5. :'e., 55. 6 mnonthsi :.k+t) 1 . :G 55.1 1111. 1 yoar,. -. I 12. 1... 23. l. 1I;0. Itiiness notiv:s in reading matur, 25 cents per line. Business notices 15 cents per line for first in aortion, and it) cents per line for each subsequent insertion of same mnt per. WASHIN;TON L.ETTEH. [From our hegolar Corresponlent.] WAsmHNrTON, May 30. 1885. This is a favorite season for a visit to Mount Vernon. The quaint old homestead is even lovelier now than in mid-summer. Thu association of ladies who manage the W ashington estate have been in annual session there for inore than a week, and the steamer that plys the Potomac daily between this city and the tomb of Washington. has been crowded with pilgrims. It was in 1858 that Col. John Washington sa that Mount Vernon would ha.e to go by the auc tioneer's hammer if something couhd not he done to save it, and here comes in the romance of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WILL IIANX , Pusri:n. THE INDUC:MEr;Ts OFFERS . "What are the inducements offered by Montana to the Aettler?" and -what business can I uigage in with 'rolit. with a small capital?" are the usual questions that are pouring into the Montana newspaper oflices at the pres ent time by na:nerons eastern inma1s itors who are desiring to change their location. A newspaper office is not exactly a bureau of informat:oa or an authority on the many industries of the Territory which mar be profitably engaged in, as une man may n ake a success of a business while his neigh bor, engaged in the same calling. may make a decided failure. The average eastern man has a hankering four the cattle business, probably because he has heard of the falmlous profits of the industry; while o hers are enamored by the success which has attended those engaged in sheep husban dry. Others are content with a choce one hundred and sixty acres of Uncle Sam's domain. on which to engage in the pursuit...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect Nov. 1st, 1884 TRAINS ARRIVE FROM THE EAST--HELENA \o. 1-Pacific Eixpress .72 p. n.Montaini timeC TRAINS BotING EAST FRIM 11 ELENA lNo 2-Atlantic Express................. :t1a m TRAINS ARRIVE FROM TILL WEST 1 o 2-Atlantic Express .................7:0 a TRAINS GElNG WEST FROM HlELEN.A No 1-Pacific Express.................. :755 p m Wickes Branch. Arriveat Helena at.................. ....7:45 p mn Le.tv W ickes at ........... ............ 11 I)p m LAave Helena daily at....................3 21 a Arrive at W ickes at ....................... :30 Hetena and Butte Accommodation L ave Helena............................::t atInt Arrive at (irrrison................... 1:2) ip In Leave Garrison...................... 1:415 tnp Arrive at Helena .......................a5:21 p us Pt'lman Palace and fining ( ers run through bttwaen St. Paul and Minneapolis and lHelS-nti and Portland on Atlantic and t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy l year, (in advance)...............' One copy 6 months ............. . ....... .... 1.(> I One copy3 tnmomtiis............. .... .......u Speciman copies ........................... 1:! Strictly in tadv. n e. The circulation of tlh TRtuBgXE in l:di::n Montana i+ g rarantsed to exciecd tiat of : y pa per published in the territory. Address all communications to the 1 TithlUNE, (iOtT FLui. How. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. LAnD O' (iv .s' ItIn Nr, j April 2', i'S1 N otice is hercht given that th £illiiaiinn. settler hastiled nnoticecofhis intention to sitk final proof in support of hi, claim. anl that sail proot will be made heilre the I, ister and 11:. * ceiver of the U. S. Land Otike at Il'ni, 'I., on June 6i, 11ll, viz: Charls Tripl tt. who min-de thiw stird appli-t cation No. Ii 't for the SE 1.1 of Section 20, town ship 17. Nof RII W. lien tnmes the following with -as to prt v hi continuous residene-i upon, and cult:va...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. ADVERTISING RATES. I wi k 2 :. . ',S . ' 4. _ ti. 9. 5 1'2, I ,nth. -. 6. 7. lii" :3 mnsinhs 7. R. 110. 15. 0. ia.. ti months 'J. 10. 15. ; .o 110 1 12ar. 1.i. r5. 50. t 11). 20. tin -,5 noticm . in rL-(ding matt'-r, 2 cents per lin. Hu-iness notic's 15 ceits per IEno fur first in sr'-tian, and i1I-t -t,^-r tine for,-ichiubsnquent ia--rtion of samn nat m r. 'WAY'1 TiO'N LEI'TTIE. Frini o1' I -rul! (' rres-p mlent.1 W.tsmIINTON, June 6. 1885. Ini these days of party strife and ';olitieal discussion. the work of intel ligent charity gow-s forward. A dis I'li'-ish'dlbody, reprenting' thirtv stite-, is now holding a confereoce in this city. in the interest of charities and p;enal reform. This congress of philnthrou isis is composed of about five hundred dlt-e1eates, selected by the gi- werinors of the various states, many of the delegates being repro: <::(it vat s t11 chlaritahI ' and penal in slit titoins throughout the country. The Ib)ect of this gath-ril g. en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Published Every Thulrsday llfilitFili. Ii T. WILL I1ANK, PULL:Sl ER. THE action of the county commis sioners in not granting the petition of the people of Great Falls for a road from the Bullshead to Johnstown will cause considerable commotion at the 'future great' as soon as the news reaches them. The comniissioners can prepare for a long protest from the indignant citizens of that place. River 'Press. Despite the prediction of "conisid erable commotion," the news failed to create any unusual excitement, as it was pretty generally understood here abouts that the petition would meet with opposition from Mr. Fcri, and several of his intimate friends told the writer of this over a month since, that he would oppose it, and would kill it if possible. Whether Mr. Ford said he would use his influence and official trust for this purpose, or not, we are ignorant, and trust he did not, as we considered him above compro mising his official dignity to satisfy any selfish m...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, )ortlicrn Pacific Ti'e Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect Ncv. I st, 1 884 TRl: xis IIOVE FTROM TlE EAST --tELENA No. 1-t'.iciii. I pire-.-:. p. ii . 711iuni.in ti m TriAINS eo'i;O A Ti iiiOM~ IilA.NA No z-Ati.intic ............. a TR.1n:Ns.1R: Fx< Tin. WEST No 2-Atlantic .................7:30a am TR t 5Vs Giv; xi WrSTr F1iio I!i-.LENA ..n 1-iPacific Exr ;;..................:.:p m V'ickas Br nch. Arrivont H.lentat...... ........... ... 7: j)-a La v' W i :k, a at . . ................. 1 Leac. l!b i'i } at.. Arriv at W irkes t .................... .:: a in Helena and Butte Accommodation L iv H t n. .............. ...... .. .: iii Alrriv " at .....sm ....... ......... L'":_: } r: 1 *-a t rrison ... ..... . ......... . :. in p Arriv:" t Hl -Lna ....... ..... .............:. pu t nP~ v n P ' r i lii i e 'r ii h ii i 0:tw -n .1 t. 1'.iul and 1in n...-'i- a:ndl 11."' n anl Pirtiand on P :aiti, tad Pailii x"res 'Eru1 '. firn t 'nid 1:, Prt and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 June 1885

GREAT FALLS T RIIWN E. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy 1 year, (in advance)................ One copy 6 months .......................... 3.. Oneopy 3 months........................... 1 t1 Spciman copies ... . . .. 10 Strictly in aldvafnce. The circulation of the TaIBUNE in Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa per published in the territory. Address all coy nunications to the TRIBUNE, GREAT FALLS, MONT. GROCERIES. HARDWARE. GROCERIES HARDWARE GROCERIES I HARDWARE GROCERIES HARDWARE GROCERIES I _ lfe HARDWARE GROCERIES HARDWARE GROCERIES --DEALERS IN HARDWARE GROCERIES 1j * HARDWARE GROCERIES - iEaL ( HARDWARE GROCERIES iceý sa, F 0ts ai lS Btiah E!C i HARDWARE GROCERIES HARDWARE GROCERIES Sash D9Jq 3 ?m fls c njL Ba'i~bir i r lan HARD.WARE GROCERIES HARDWARE GROCERIES Great FallS, - - Montana HARDWARE GROCERIES HARD W ARE -GENERAL- --- - MERCHANDISE THE FUTURE A 1NUFA-C111iJN k"12 11,__ ~I T Located at the Falls of the Missouri, the --GREATEST-- , WATER-POWER ON THE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. ADVMITIILNG RATES. 1week...j$2.j$ 3.1$ 4. $ 6.!$ .13 12. 1 month. { 5. 6.4 7.1 10{ ] 15. 25. 3 months i7. 8.1 10.1 15. { 30. 55. 6 months g. 10. 15. SO. 55. 110. 1 year,... 1'l. 15. 25. 50. 100. 200. Business notices in reading matte., 25 cents per line. Business notices 15 cents per line for first in sertion, aud 10 cents per line for each subsequent insertion of same matter. WASHINGTON LETTER. [From our Riegular Correspondent.] WAsmNGTON, June 13, 1885. The Washington Monument seems determined to keep itself before the public. It is again surrounded by a scaffold and undergoing repairs. Not time but lightning did the damage, and though the actual injury to the shaft is small, its significance is alarm ing. The monument, reared at such an immense expenditure of time, money and mechanical energy, is a tempting target for thunderbolts. It was a piece of presumption, perhaps, to penetrate the lightning's lair in such a square and pointed manner, but the offense ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Published Every Thursday attreatFalls, M. T. WILL HAIKN, PISImsr. THE WEST AND ITS FUTURE. It is bu~t a very short time since that "the West," as a term applied to a portion of the United States, convey ed a very indefinite and erroneous idea to the mind of the average east ern man. Even among the most in telligent, the opinion prevailed that its confines were the confines of civil ization, and that the Indian and des perado were the important factors of its social and political fabric. This is erroneous. The Indian is tame and tractable now. His companion, the desperade, has long since made his exit, giving place to a prosperous and law-abiding people. In connection with this an exchange says: Eastern people will find, by a visit to the West, a civilization equal in every respect to what they have left behind; a country peopled by an active, intelligent, aggressive, pros perous community, whose energy add enterprise are rewarded as they can not be in the crowde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 June 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE: North-rn Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect Nov. lst, 1884 TCIAIOS . A.RIVIE I £11 THE EAST- HELYNA No. 1-1`.o itic Ex:pre-s.7d5 p. rn. .1ounitain time TRAIN3 001 0 1AST FROM HELENA No -Ati~tcE p -.........:0x TRAINS .1RNII E Fl"O t THEl WF>Tr No 2-Atlantic a1pres ................ .7:5am TRAINS emN1 W.ST FROM LiLEM No 1-Pacific E'tx re m..................:7.5 pm Wickes Branch. A rrivP:t H, lenn at....p................... . m Lein e ' W irk.N nt ........................ 1l:;A op ma IJeare lHei- diily ut ....................3: 9 1 m Arrive at W ickes at ........... ............ s: a m Helena and Butte Accommodation Leave Helena ............................ m:3t a m Arrive at (i rrrison. . ............... 12:k p 'a Ieave Garrison ... . : Ip Arrive'at Hel-na ......................... i: n p m Pullman 1'aW-i,"+ and D)inini tars nun through betwoon St. Paul and Minneapoli, and lIa Lena aid Portland on Atlantic ant Pacific express ...

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