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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy I year, (in advance) ............. .?3..: One copy G months,.........................1.T0 I One copy months .......................... ].(Yt Speciman copi................................ Strictly in advance. The circulation of the TRIB;NEin _Nothomrn Montana is guarante;d to etxce.. that ofrin pa per publishedlin the territory. Atldress all commnniations to the TIIBUNE, JiaEAT FALLS. MONT. THE (TI TEII A.SS.ARE. A Description of the Battle Betweien Reno's ('onunanid and the Sioux Indians. Nine years ago last month the me mnorable battle between Sitting Bull's command and Gen. Custeir occurred, in which the latter with his entire command of five companies were massacred. It has always been a ques tion, who, if anyone, was to blame for this, and Colonel Reno has been held responsible to some extent; but Gen. 1risbln in a recent letter to the San Francisco Call, completely acquits him and his command from all blame. The article in quest...

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. — 2 July 1885

-GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. ADVERTISING RATES. 1week... ijS2I. 3 $. 4 b 6. 3 IS 1 . . 1 month. 5. ] . ( 5.; 1 15. 1 25. st months 15. 30. 55.l 6 months 9. t 5 ".15. 30. 110. 1 year.... I 12. I 15. . 50. 1(0. 2(.10 Business nutices in reading matter, 25 cents per line. Business notices 15 cents per line for first in-. sertion, and 10 cents per line for each subseqsiept iusertion of samlemltctr. WASIIINGT(ON LETTER. [From our Regular Correspondent.] WASHINGTON, June 19, 1885. Interesting local events have trans pired in Washington during the week, but there is little to note of general interest except the official changes that are made daily in the Executive Departments, The latest includes several chiefs of important divisions of the Treasury, and an assistant Sec retary of the Interior. In this con nection may be mentioned some for eign appointments made yesterday by the President, among which appears the name of Judge Stallo of Ohio, to be minister to Ita!ly. The business of the governme...

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. — 2 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. I PublislheI Every Thursday a!Greafalls, M. T. r WILL HANKS, PUBLISEn. t. A VERY unsatisfactory change has t been made in running the mail from w Sun River here, and one which de mands immediate attention from the k department. Heretofore the mails tl have arrived here twice each week- Tuesday and Friday--from Sun river ih crosing, but the new contract, which u went into effect the first of the pres- a ent month, calls for the mail to be as delivered here on Monday and Friday. For what reason the change was made it is hard to conjecture, unless it was a n piece of low cussedness. It practic- b ally gives us no mail facilities at all. i The bulk of the mail arrives in the crossing Tuesday morning, and by the IS -d schedule, arrived here the same , ,'ay, but by the new arrangement will e! consequently lay in the postoffice at tl the crossing until the next Friday. ci The mail which arrives here Monday hereafter will have only Saturday and m Sunday's eastern mail, ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect Nov. I st, 1884 TR tINS AiRInv FNROT THE EA:T--In.ENA No. J--'acitic E:xpre ,:,.7:; p uI. M unt in time TRAI`S GOlNG E.SXT FROM\ I.'.EN'A4 No --Ati:ntic Ixpress.................:10 a m TRAINSATtYITE FROM TIIL WEST No 2--Atlantic Expre>s.............. ...I: am TR..NS OGOING WFI-T FROM IIIt:1EA No 1--Pacific Express,......... ..........:7; p m Wickes Branch. Arrivent He-l-na at ......................:;:4 p m Leave W ickes at ..................... t. 1:1::, p i Lonve I! lIna daily at .......... .... ..3.. m:: m Arrive at Wickes at ...................... . 5: ait i Helena and Butte Accommodatioan Leave Helena ...........................8:3) a m Arrive at t(rrrison .. ......12:2t) p n Leave Garrison ........................ 1:47 m p Arrive at Ile!!a.........................5:A p I m Pullman Petace and Dining Cars run through between St. Paul a:t , inim-p'tlis and Helena and Portland on ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy 1 year, (in advance).............L SOne copy t monftIs........................... 1.10 One copy 3 months........................... 1.( lipeciman copi.............. Strictly in advance. The circulation of the TaImenr in Northern Montana is guaranty d to excaed that of any pa per published in the territory. Address all communinations to the TRIBUNE, GREAT FALLS, IMONT. MONTANA SON(STERS. Sonic Interesting Notes on the Differ event Birds of the Territory. The Peruliar Habits of . the Several Species. In this country, where forest or tim ber growth of any kind, away from the mountains, is so scarce, one is apt to gain the 1mpressipn that the native birds, and especially the song birds, are quite limited, both in variety and numbers. Game birds may be ob served in fair abundance, as they are almost everywhere, until hunted with out let or hinderance, but I refer par ticularly to the smaller- woodland spe cies, birds that are found common...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. ADVERTISING RATES. Iweck... I week... 1 ' 2. 1S .1 $ 4 . 1 $ 8 $ 9. 1$ 12. I month. I 5. 1 6. i 7.1 I 0 i 15.1 25. 3 months 7. i 8. j 10.I 15. 30. l 55. t1 months 1 i 10.1 11 j W. 55. I 110. 1 year.... I 12. | 1. 2* . 50. 10(. _)?. Business notices in reading matter, 25 cents per line. Business notices '5 cents per ine for fi'st in sortion, and 10 cents per JI oe for each aubsequent insertion of same m.tte. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. Tue wool clip in this section has nearly all been marketed. Every ca' penter in Great Falls has all the wo k he can do. Sun River's new paper will make Its debut in two weeks. Quite a number from this place spent the Fourth in Benton. The Sand Coulee Company's miners all had a holiday on the Fourth. A number of cowboys have paid their l resoects to the town this week. Bots-To Mr. and Mrs. J. Goon, of Saud Coulee, on Satu-stay, July 4, 185, a son. The dance at Sun Liver on thc evening of the td was a grand success, socially and financially....

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Pil 1ishd Every Thiurs1ay atGreatFail, M T. WILL xANiS, Pcrrmurrr.. PEOPLE when seek ng to change their location, should consider well the advantages they a? e likely to have after the country becomes developed. This is a difficult problem to satisfac toiply solve in a new count ry, where changes are made rapidly. A man may invest in psoperty in a place, which to present appearances, seems likely to amount to something, but after the lapse of a year or two, and the temporary boom has subsided, and his property is worth only the government price per acre, he then commences to investgate the cause and effect, and finds to his astonish ment that there was simply nothing to justify his expectations concerning the place. There were no natural ad vantages; the resources of the coun try surrounding it were not sufficient ly developed to support even a small trading point, where he confidently expected to see a city, and had invest ` his money. He sees clearly that be h...

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. — 9 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE: NortLhrn Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Tim'e Table Taking Effect Nov. E st, 1 884 TRAINS .! :IMO I'ROM THE EAST-- HELENA ,. 1--P'<. ith, 1",ir::<.. :111 1. :n. Mountain time T RAi IS N ,9 1\t : 4 1')ST 1"RLST ,EL IN. A N o 2 t: t pr s ................ .R:10 a m No 2-Athnvtic F-,prrss................. 7:3)a m TR1 0 NG WT FROM HI isi A' No 1-:'acific Express ..................ipm Wickes Branch. 'rrx'atl "P"''r:t 0-iipm I vnt. T 1 S . 1 a t ...... . . ............. :3 a im A*rrve Wid t ............ ............ 10:U pm Ar-riv 'di Wic 'sa ..i:l am i Helena and Butte Accommodation Learv- :.'ti;.. ... ...................... S:P m Arriv, ' t ut-ent.........................25 1 ) Ilm Iilinaintl i'ac' and liling (' rs run t lrouigli h---,-,--n St. Valni 71nd M n op i n hl :nI i'. n'd 'u ''tantic nd Pacific T press irn'. tin0: from n1 'ion t) PoiitndtO hours; to St. Paul, 52 hi "ars; I 'ii"'.7i urs 5. F ULTON, (eneral Agent. " HE P NGE. Tbhe r'o''ts f...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy 1 ycr. Qin advance) ............... Onrrcopy 6 months,.......................... 1.50 One copy 3 mýnth ........................... .. Speciman copies............................. 10 Strictly in advance. The circulation of the TtIBUvrE in Northern Montana is guarantaed to exceed that of an;, pa per published in the territory. Address all communications to the TRIBUNE, GltOAT F.XLLs. M9N-. HIS IDEA OF MONTANA. An Englishman Expresses His Views on the Society, Resources, Indus tries and C'limate oft Montana. The Liverpool Weekly Mercury of May 23d, contains a long letter from the pen of an Englishman, now set tied in Dakota, on life in, climate, in dustries and society of, Montana. As a perusal will demonstrate, it is pun gent, with many facts; yet its reflec tions on the cattlemen and cowboys, and the statement that the better classes are banded together for self protection is bosh of the "tenderfoot" stripe. He finds many of the cow b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 July 1885

GrREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. ADVERTISING RATES. AII lweek...$2.I$ 3.3 J4.1S . S 9.I3 12. cc 1 month. i 5. ( C. 7.1 10' i 15.1 "'5. 3 months ( 7. I R. I 10. j 15. f 30. 55. th 6 months P. I 10. 1 15.1 30. i 55. 110. 1 year.... 1 12. 1 15. 1 25. 1 50.1 I 10. x)0. ')1 Business notices in reading matter, 25 cents re per line. at Business notices 15 cents per line for first in s'rtion, and 10 cents per line for each subsequent is insertion of samemetter. 114 SPRAY OF THE FALLS. t1 Thnige' cattle are reported to be in ex- k6 cellent condition. th The excavation for the canal or flume T which is to carry the water from the dam t1 to the Cataract Flour Mill, is nearly cor pleted. e______-______--___s We acknowledge receipt of a pamphlet lin c mntaining numerous engravings, from J. iii J. Fallon, agent of the Unioia Pacific, in Helena. u_ _ Go to J. 11. McKnight & Co.'s, Fort Shaw, for furniture and house-fitting 1 good's, stoves rnd tinware. - 2t The June number of the West Shore t1 contained ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Publlshef Every Tkuristay a' eatFalls, II. T. WILL IIANK , PUrLIsnLIs I. Gov. BuN of Idaho, has forwarded his resignation to the President and l asks to be immediately relieved. TIHE polygamous element of Utah, rot satisfied with the stain they have cast upon the people of the United States during the past quarter ccl tury, by numerous crn mes azainst theji laws of the country, put the ias;t straw I on the camel's hack, by insulting the American flag, on the 4th of Jh'y. This last outrage should be resented by every truly loyal Americano. Stamp the Mormon element out. JUDGE MaCUE, Ob' cii.o of the tveas ury, to whom was referred 'ie eli deuce taken in the inve-,gaion cZ the charges pve eree1 a vinst Rhs-el B. Hai rison, assayer io chaige c' the United States Assay Ofic. LIe ete. has wadei h's report of tha t easly,. in v, ch >e e:ace - ates Mi-. 13arrison. W. P. Lowe:j Pwho was sent to make the ives'*a tion, ,peaks I? h'11 terms of the sys tem employed in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 July 1885

Northern- Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect Nov. I st, 1884 TRAINS ARRIVE FROM THE EAST-HELENA No. 1-Pacific Express.7:25 p. m. Mountain time TRAINS GOING EAST FROM HELENA No a--Atlantic Express.................8:10 a in TRAINS ARRIVE FROM THE WEST No 2-Atlantic Express.............7:50 a m TRAINS eOING WEST FROM HELENA No 1-Pacific Express..................:755 p m Wickes Branch. Arriveat. Helona at.................7:45 pm Leave Wickes at... . .. 10:50 p m Leave Helena daily at...............3:29 a m Arriveat Wickesat.......................5:30am H Helena and Butte Accommodation Leave Helena............................8:30 a m 1 Arrive at Grrrison.................1220 p m Leave Garrison..................... 1:45 p Arrive at Helena...................5:30 p m Pullman Palace and Dining Cars run through between St. Paul and Minneapolis and Helena and Portland on Atlantic and Pacific express brains. Time from Helena to Portland, 36 hours; to St. Paul,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SUBSCRIPTION HATI L. One copy 1year, (in advance)............. (Inc copy 6 months .......................... ia One copy 3 months........................... 1.0 8pvciman copies......................... Strictly in advance. The circulation of the TRIBUNE in NortherI Montana is guarantaed to exceed that of any pa per published in the territory. Address all communications to the TRIBUNE, GWot T FALLS, MoNT 31Y FIRST NIGHT IN MONTANA. The Experiences of a Miner in fil Early Days of Montatna. A C los Call From the l igiiities. The first night which I spent ii. Montana Territory came so near be ing my last one on earth, that to this day the recollection of it sends thrill along my nerves. It was six teen years ago, in 1869. and I was Pt no means a "tetnderfoot" even then. for I had spout a year in Colorado, another in A rizona. six months in California, and about as mnuch Imor in Oregon. Now il the regular urd.r of peregrination which a youtng tuna once fairly afloat ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. ti ti ADVERTISINGI RATES. ______________ _ I____ r____ = 1 1week...¶$2.IS 3.13 4 6 e. $ 94 $ 12. I month. 5. 6. 7.. I 1u' I 4.1 2. o 3 months 47 . VA 14 15. 3u. 55 T 6 months ( 9. I 10. 15., I 30. 55. 110. 1 year,...l 12. 1 15. 25. I 5u. 10. 1a . P Business notices in reading matter, 25 cents Cý per line. Business notices 15 cents per line for first in sortion, and 10 cents per line foreac'nsbsequent insertion of same matter.. -- It SPRAY OF THE FALLS. S Fishing is good in the Missouri at this ti point. ft The glazers had plenty of work this c week in Great Falls. Numerous strangers have put in an ap. u pearance in Great Falls the past week. d The River Press has purchased the en tire Record plant of machinery aiad ma terial. ti it The Huy building is now completed dn the exterior, and presents a very credit able appearance. f A gentleman just down from the mouin. q tains says that a severe storm of hail fell d therelast Saturday evening. e1 The Tamous Penobscot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Pa11isea1 Eery Tintra.3y atreat'alls, M. T. d W1L'IH LNKiS, u'11l;llsn 1 THE New Hampshire legislature has t passed a bill to establish a whippiag s' post for wife beaters. ST. PAIL and Minneapolis people 91 continue to boom Great Falls as the v "future great" city of Montana. e. Molttiana Stock Gazette. L ---- - 1 THE Auctriau minister of war will o soo0 propose a two years ext ension o it the limit of age for conscription in or der to increase the number of recruits for the Austrian army. IN accordance with a recent act of S the Legislature, Governor Ogiesby has issued a proclamation recalling Tail existing ord rs againot the inpor- i tation of cattle into Illinois from cer- n Lain localities other than States sched- t neled as plouro-pneumon11 if Ten President has appointed IDani ti el J. Wrlch. I evenue Coilectr for t the District of Montana. Mr. Wekch d1 is county treasurer of Silver Bow c county. Montana. The majority of the Internal Rievenno offices of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 July 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect. Nov. 1st, 1884 TRAINS ARRIVE FROM THE EAST-IIELENA No. 1-Pacific Express.7:25 p. in. Mountain time t TRAINS GOING EAST FROM HELENA No -Atlantic Express.................8:10 am TRAINS ARRIVE PROM TILE WEST No 2-Atlantic Express.............7:50 am I TRAINS GOING WEST FROM HELENA No 1-Pacific Express ..................75 pm Wickes Branch. Arrivent Helena at...................... 7:45 pm Leave WVickes at...................... 10:11) p mu Leave Helena daiy at...................2:1am Arrive at Wickes at..................5::2a:11am Helena and Butte Accommodation Leave Helena............................8:a0 a in Arrive at Grrrison......................1':20 p m I Leave Garrison............ ............. 1:1 m 011 Arrive at Helena......................u p mn Pullman Palace and Dining Cars run through between St. Paul and 51inmn uiJ5 and Hielena and Portland on Atlantic and Pacific express t ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 August 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One copy l year, fin advance) ............... ;:.) One copy I months,........................... .0 One copy 3 months.......................... 1.0)X Speciman copie , ............................ 10 Strictly in ad vance. The circulation of the, TRIBUNE in Northern Montana is guarantume to exceed that of any pa per publishe.d in the territory. Address all communications to the TRIBUNE, G(BRAT FALLS, MONT. ASTRAY. Afar in the west the sun went down In a shimmering mist of golden rain, As the grumbling herd swept o'er the crown " Of a grassy mound on the rolling plain. A thousand wild-eyed savage head, Spurred by the yells of a savage train, That swung the lash they had learned to dread With crack-like shots and maddening pain. "Round 'em up, Dick !" and a low-browed man On a horse foaun-flecked, and with rapid pant, Flew liik~ea hawk with wings aslant At the mutinous break in the foremost van- Then stopped aghast by a prairie spring. From ribbo...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 August 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. AI)VERlTIS (i IiATi'S. -I o,, . . . 1 1 . 2 . n:: n ,o .. - 10. i 15. :i. 15 iu.ne.~ i nitti-cs in r,:dtin mlatt,,r, 25 cetlts :InlHutl. s. r:tces 15 cots p t'r line for first in s.,rt ion, a:tl UH c4 nts ,,"r lir:n for each> ,ab-aqu:nt IIAYV OF THE FA ,I S. Thu, Fort °hiaw militiary laud will fur li .:-i l sic' at the 11ilena fa:ir. A. 31. ]hRothw , of Sun i:iver, the old time fr' ihier, ltrouight a laid of ,oiod:; t Wnu i.,.-': . --N :ear A\, ust:..1 'ly:d. 1 55, l: RbIv. J:unes 31. i arent, Mr. R.i il.W\ell man and Miss Jennie Wtodds. Vi ork on the si-ch ol hous has been cin: u:inened ag:i-tl, and will be continued uintil ;he building is completed. Ano:thir lumIier raft for A. 3J. Iolte"r & i-'to.a:rcived this week. Thi' compitjyti'tre *pt0ini' a large st:ck of lumanber in their t ar'd lre. W, understand iDr. tairiicld of this p l ,c o 1.i: t c!:: ,'( r: ily l 'cate in Benton , t t:1:X DrI. At:.is'i l.r:aice, who is ailot t", t:ik a :vi.it c:ist. D. iB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 August 1885

GRJEAT FALLS TRIBUET . P iiuhd LDEury Ž:ly ai 'llA tIL. Ie. T. :Cor'x:xoa \witlh this; iPas a- a- 1 contia.ning' hereiter until we Laye better mail facilities, the 'a.t A will publi-Led on Slatu:rday ':-.E.-1 of Thur':.iavy. This change of day of ptblieat t n ha_; been deem -al ::dvi able for some time and would have been made ere this but for the oft recelatted but never fulfilled pIromise of more convenient and better service. The pa per will be printed and mnailed'in the postofilee here 'r;day morning, but will be dated Saturday. THE most severs wind and rain storm ever kinown swept across the state of 31innesota last week, de-troy ing a large amount of property, and several lives. L.mAce S., over a slow track at the G ten'ille course, Cieveland. trotted a m:le in 2:-'j. The little ni:e is cer tainly entitled to to fl term gi.vr l-r: "Queen of thi ter.' Tur trial of Ill which is in pro gress at lcgina:,. N. WV. T.. has de.,el oped several startling features. His, counsel has aban...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 August 1885

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE,i Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." f: New Time Table Taking Effect Nov. I Ist, 1884 a Tr.AINS AR.IVR FROM THE EAST-HELENA I1 No. 1-Paci:ic iExpres.7:25 p. i. Mouintain time TRAINS GO;ING EAST FROM HIELENA i1 No --Aiiantic Express. ................8:10 a Ill TRAINS ARRIVE FROM TIlE WEST No 2-Atlantic Elxpress........... j'.50 a t TRAINS O'iING I\EST iROM, IHELENA No 1-Patcific Express.............. :75. p m Wickes Branch. Arrive r t Ilelena at ......................7:45 p m Leave \Vicken t ........................ 10: pim Lreave Heilena daily -t ....................3:2: am Arrive at Wickes at.......................3:0 a m Helena and Butte Accommodation Leave HIlena ......... ................. .::.1i a in Arrive at (arrisonii........... ....... 12:211 Leavo (i:t rri. r..i . ...................... 1:45 p Arrive at Ilellte .........................5 I) m Pullman P':tace and Dining tars run thronugh betwa .cn St. Pl'ul and 51illnneapoiis and iiHelena ...

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