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IswTbd Every Saturday Morning nniB teibone PUBLISHING 00. ELIE L'S lo cals. anil E mbroderiiw .1 Kutm's summer »»«* O®«*»" A complete assort jljndsomc lino greatly I'hiwoIh anil fan» at ^duccdliricesatKum/s. Ureat n-duciion on Jeraey* anil Walking jurkets at Ei.'Kt's - ........_ Most complete line of Cnrprta and House Knrulsliinft Good'* at Elie^. 4 OSBORNE FAMINE the No. jOWER at Savage* ». ■nmmar Kata! Mt. M. A. Dinglev ha* j»»t received a fine at • rtment of Summer flats for the ladies -trimmed and untrimme d. _____ _ House and Lots at a Bargain. I ots N'os. iy and iS in Block No. 5, in the Citv ot llillon Montana, are otlered tor sale at a bargain. The lots are well fenced and have a Rood house and ,'"h thereon. Inquire of «eu tnen M ^ s , ANTONETTE MILLER. Notice to Hannack and Horae Prairie Folk. Our mill on the Grasshopper will soon be shut down. All wanting lumber, please send in their hills to the mill or Dillon office without delay. Dili.on Limber is Grain Co. MRS. DINOLEY'S LOCAL. Miss Ella Buck, just arrived from Oberlin, Ohio, w j|l. after a short visit at Butte, take charge of my store. Miss Buck comes highly recommended, and will, 1 am sure, give satisfaction. Mrs. M. A. Dinoi.ev. FISHING TACKLE. I have just received my Spring Stock, and every thing is Now, Fresh and Cheap. Hods trom an cents to $15.00. Heels a5 cents to $d.oo. All kinds of Itooks, Unes, Sinkers, Snells, Flies, etc., etc., cheaper than the cheapest. Catch on!! Beins a practical fisherman and knowing the wants of this locality I am prepared to sell you just what yon want. T. EASTMAN. Examine the So. 4 Osborne Slower at SavageN. ____________ SaiTTXSTRT. Or. Chas. G. Noble has returned to Dillon, and 111.1v he found at his office in I'nion Block. All in trusted please take notice. EXAMINE thé No. 4 OSBORNE MOWER at Savage's. Furnished Rooms to Reut. Inquire of Gko. II. Sav.m.k. Io ei Xoe :: IIAI.I.ID A Y A CO. are prepared to deliver Ice families in Dillon, at three-quarters of a cent per pound. Leave orders at their store on Montana street. ToBannack a nd Horse P rairie Peoples The Dillon Lumber anil Grain Co. have put a Saw Mill on the Grasshopper. Sen,', in > our o ers Lumber to the mill or to the office at Diilo \V. IL SMEAD, Manager. Apply Tire Shrinker for Sale. Will upset tire from one to six inches, Gen. 11. Savage's Carriage Shop. WAGON FOR SALK. One second-hand, 2 H inch thiinble-skein, tortion spring wagon for sale. Inquire of George IL Savage. A saddle ponv, suitable for ladies' use. Inquire \V. R. FREW. GotoJ. E. Clutter's, Dtlion, Montana, for the Great Rooky Mountain Remedy, "Oregon Graperont Bitters." Sold by all first class Drug gists. AUCTIONEER T.J. barrel, of Virginia,City will conduit auction «lies in all parts of the Territory. House to rent. Inquire of E. Coffin. OATS WANTED. The Dillon Lumber anil Grain Co. pay the high est price for Oats. \V. It. SMEAD. Manager. RO BE LOS T. I.oxt, between t' cemetery and tlie Dilion Pho* tographic fallet • a buggy robe. The finder will rewarded h - .'turning the robe to the TiuBt'NR office. NEU BU SINESS LOCALS. SURE KILL FLY-PAPER A: the City Drug Store, opposite the depot. CHAKLKS G. NOBLK -dll leave for San i*rancisco a Wednesday, Jul\ -*Mli, U» snend his va cation, and will return about September ist. He fishes all his patients to remember above dates, tt *n need ot immediate work. IN TOWN A.ND OUT. The glass-blowers attract big crowds. The brickwork on the Poindexter and furniture buildings is above the first story. Dick Cook, Dart's artist in tin, made a neat cap for the new church spire this week. It is made of galvanized iron with tin ornaments. 'Ve should think the mercury would get all out of breath mounting to such dizzy heights tiiese davs. It staggered up to 10O on Tuesday. Thirty-six feet of the hig bill-board was blown down bv the gale on Monday even ing- Some of the cages were cracked Wit none of the animals escaped The ladies of one of the churches of hozeinan gave a "Dairy Maid's Reception last week—whatever that may >e The dairy ••maids*' in this vicinity are all ot tne masculine gender. How wow!*.» a dairy boy s reception work? Plenty o; strangers in town. O. M. Best driv es a natty two wheeled Green apples have keen in market for a week. Tuesday was the hottest day of the sea son —iofi° in the shade. Root beer is becoming a popular hev erage with many people 1*rew, the photographer, took two neg atives of the Baptist church, Monday. White dresses are all the rage. They are quite becoming to some styles of fem inine beauty. These are fine evenings for pleasure driving and they are utilized bv all who can get a rig. This hot weather is unprecedented. The memory of the oldest settler fails to pro duce its equal. All promirent stockmen are of ime opinion on the winter feed question — that it will be very short. O'Connor, Snyder A Go., have the con tract for adding another story to Henry Burfeind* residence. The triends ot Rev. Mr. Shannon will be glad to learn that he has been returned to Dillon for another vear The two-column advertisement of Sells Bros.' tripple circus and menagerie will be f'und on the second page of to day's papet. The iron for tire fronfsof the new stores on Montana street got so heated by tin* sun, Tuesday, that it had to Ire handled with gloves. Phi! Poindexter, jr., talking of getting up a geyser party. Phil has made several trips to the Park and "sahes" all the good camping places. i The local market is well suppliée with j a good assortment of fresh fruit which is ! being sold at lower prices that: ever beton known in Dillon. ^ There was a lively descent tirade bv the l workmen engaged on the Baptist church spire, when the dust storm came up last Saturday afternoon. It is said that a handsome tvvo-storv brick block will be erected or, the vacant lots corner of Montana and Glendale streets before fall. "Barkis is willin'." Evening calls are quite the fashion with Dillon ladies, Just now Indeed, after noon calling is quite out of the question on account of the dust-storms and heat. Mrs. Dr. Pickman had the misfortune to lose her prettv canary-bird this week. It was a lovely singer and knew more cute tricks than a half dozen ordinary canaries. Jim Murray says the mosquitoes down on the Beaverhead Livestock Co.'s ranch have the strength to pick a fellow up and turn him over in bed, so they can get a better chance at him. A programme of the I'nion Sunday School Convention of Montana, to be held In the Baptist church at Helena, on July •3d, 24th, and '5th has been received. It is interesting, but too lengthy for our col umns. The price of lager beer has taken a tumble, at the Nevada saloon, as will be seen by consulting the advertisement on the third page of to-day's paper. Ben also sets up a lunch and a schooner of beer for 25 cents. Sells Bros.' advertising car arrived in town last Saturday with an army of bill posters and distributors. In a short time the mammoth bill-board and all the avail able dead walls in town were covered with gorgeous paper. The Tiuhi nk circulates in forty cities, towns and hamlets within a radias ot 125 miles of Dillon. Advertisers desirous ot reaching these people will find foe I is 1 u UNE a valuable medium in which tc> place their advertisements. Geo. Savage recently nut a powerful force-pump in his well, and hose enough to reach anv building on the premises. He sa vs he doesn't worry much about fire anv snore, for, unless it gets too great a start, he can easily squelch it. Dusky Indian maidens (about forty snows of age) peddle unripe gooseberries, with charming native grace. They pack them in a blanket, across then slung, and charge two bit a white squaw asks for some. The first annual meeting vm the M est Side l-'air and Racing Association will be held at Butte on August to. > n s > and 14, iSSfo The Association öfters a purse for Montana bred three-year-olds. Here is a chance for some of Beaverhead s young fivers. Evervbodv has been kicking, afomt the hot weather all the week, but If news paper reports can be relied upon, we have not so verv much to complain of. A Mile* Citv special sa vs:- "The weather here con tinues very hot, the thermometer register ing no to i -it degree after day." shoulders -ticket when In tlie shade day \ couple of Dillon kid*, were taking in the pictures on the wareltoi.se, and when thev came to the .hippopotami, one inquired of the other ; "What does them big things h—n their mouths open for all the time— keen their moutns open just like our iwby-don't they know noth in', or be they young'uns- '-llu.t ' ° l „0 lav down- They're ketchin fi.es. That s 5 »f.hey the»«., («■»y.' » ♦V thtr trains*» snide show, an he «»> Hi-.- vouth was convinced I I i I Ranchers are wailing for water. It rained about a thimbleful Tuesday night. There will be no Baptist services to morrow. There is but one store in Dillon that keeps open on Sunday. Miss Minnie Axe's school, on Birch creek, closes next week. Numbers of fish are caught in irrigating ditches down the valley. itreord l s The July number of St was published this week. Rline N Callahan lostoneof their horses on i htirsday. Cause, colic. Seersucker suris for gentleman, is the latest style for summer wear. Assessor Rote i# minding up the tax payers of Baaverhrad valley in good shape. Cattle and sheep' are being moved fre quently on account of the shortness of feed. Several refreshing thunder-showers this week laid the dust and brightened things np wonderfully. Peter Wilson, who lives on Blacktail, has a fine crop of red, and white currants just beginning to ripen. The pulpit of Grace M. E church will be occupied bvRev.J.J. Garvin, of Si.lt Lake City, to-morrow (Sunday ). The Beaverhead river is so low that ir rigating ditches, taken out a lew years agp near Point of Rocks, are useless. Mr. Klemm, of the First National Bank. owns the finest nugget of Alder gulch gold in Dillon. It he valued at Sfio. Eitel offers some- astonishing bargains in his new double-column advertisement on the eighth page. Don't fail to read it. J. W. Jewell, .he blacksmith, has swung to the breeze a handsome pictorial sign. It is the work of Frew, the photo-artist, Some of the Odd Fellows had a little ••installation,'' all by themselves, after the regular installation was- over, the other night. The daily mail service between Hannack, Argenta and Dillon is proving a great con venience to business people of all three places. Mrs. Mattie Shelton has-contraenced an action, in the district court, against Phil Shetion for divorce. She asks for alimony and division of property. There will he services in St. James' church on Sunday, as usual at u a. m. and at S p. m. There will he a celebration of the Holv Communion at .0 a. m. Photographer Frew went to Bunnack yvith a photo, outfit intending to spend tyvo or three weeks in taking pictures, but be came back next dity—tovvn too dull Nearly every day the inhabitants of Dillon are treated to a measly, old. fourth rate dust-storm, that fills their eyes and lungs yvith alkali dust and their souls with disgust. Thomas Grout, s and Hank Hayward came in from Uibbousville and brought yvith them one hundred ounces of gold re tort. the product of thirty day's run of the Gibbonsville mill Several head of cattle were noticed nip ping the leaves from the smaller shade trees, on Idaho sheet, the other evening. Mullaney didn't see them, else some one would haye had quite a pound fee to pay. C. F. Hobart, late an employe of the Hatch Syndicate, National Park, says that Dillon yvas more largely represented by Park tourists, las' year, than any other tow in Montana. The girls' geyser parly "mashed" evervthhg in the Park. 'The following iP-ectiot: yvas found on an envelope containing an official communi cation received at tie I . S. Land Office, »S Helena, recently : "Fur L M. I'utc. i« Sqork» an Unbeliever, Uareofll. S UoivUS.1 Helena, Montana, lv *t: tv ini the first eh.UK- - i! Bet it was postmarked "Dillon." The three "tea faki--" who skipped cat of Butte and who vvrre -»n unceremoniously arrested b\ Sheriff'Jor-vs Tuesday night, fixed up n atters atil left town Wednesday night fur .Salt Luxe, where they will. it. ail probability, open u> with their cheap "ea and coffee package- an ! their--snide . sw elrv prizes. They cii.ght many ••sucks*.'» in Butte, and after hr .1/wr's expos* of their swindle, theytc. und that city tm r-.ot i to hold them. The managers of that excellent sc'.Wd. the College of Mcotana located at -i>ew Lodge, have placedtbeir advertisement in the Tk.inrN.8, wel knowing that ir. no other way can Sb- people of Southern Montana and Fasten Idaho be reached so effectively- The allege year will open September Sth. If any of our readers are thfoking of send ini their children aw.iv to attend school, they "Hi da "ell to write to President McMillet tor particular. Saturday eveuitg, iu«t before supper I time, a lire wa» dicovered in a rear room ! on the second ff<or <-t one **■'«' s -i v - I age's tenements ot Sebree stive; 1 he ■\.t 1 was in a bed in th.room occupied bv Sa-r age's Chinese cok. and i- supposed, to have been started-evetai hours before ay some children, vho were playing :.umit •he room. A fev bucketfuls of water put it oil* A broke window and ntittoi >d ... I !.. 1 r .. IS he ••stent of dar. a*e o at The and the the the was lie they she He that the pav do ■. Keieiv and rai i tail." I by A. all on bv in -.* A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR. Sudden Death of an Unknown Woman at the Coi-inm- Hotel. i Last \V ednesday. morning, on the six o clock train, there arrived in Dillon an un known woman accompanied bv a man who gives his name as Bret'. They took a room at the Corinne, and the man sent for Dr. Pickman to come and see the woman. The doctor visited iter about eight o'clock and administered a do«e of morphine, hy podermically. 1 hursd.iv night, between the hours of nine and ten o'clock, she died. A reporter of the Tiu in \e viewed the corpse Friday morning The body bore evidence of brutal treatment. There were black spots under the eves, and bruises on the hip and shoulders. The ears and neck were also black, but these latter discolor ations, the doctors sav, are «lue to post mortem blood settling. The man Win. Brett tells the »blowing story; lie savs the woman whose name is Belle Reeder was originally from Salt Lake Citv. That lie met her at Beaver Canyon whence they started together for Dilion That she had been suffering for the last five days with incessant nausea and vomiting. He accounted for the bruises bv saving that they were received in a fall aboi« a month ago at Salt Lake City. The deeased has a brother at Sait Lake, •vito is a waiter in a restaurant. Her fa ther and mother ate living at Osceola, Nevada. The man, Brett, yesterday collected from the citizens of Dillon $10.75 with which to pav for burial expenses— $1.75 of which he faitect- to turn in. The City Marshal will do well to keep an eve on him. No inquest or post-mortem examination was held. DILLON ODD FELLOW». I list a liai lois of the Ottii-wi-» i»r A|i»llu l.ixtgr, No. 13, I. O. O. F. The following newly elected officers of Apollo Lodge. No. 15, I. (). (). F., were installed at their room on Monday night by Grant! Master Henry McMtitpbv, of Butte : E. I Nelson—Noble Grand. Frank De triez —Vice Grand Chas. Hirschman —Recording Secretary. J. R. Holden—Permanent Secretary. H D. Brainard—Treasurer. After his installation, the Noble Grand named the following appointive officers: H. Cushing, *r. — Warden, S. A. D. Newcomer—Conductor. John Watts—!-. (i. C. L. Thomsen— O G. Ciitas. Hayward— R. H. to N G. T. Callahan— L. S. to N. G. L. E. Stringham— R. S. to \ G. Fidel Huber— L. S. to V. G. W. N. Parke— R. S. N !. Cashmore— L. S. S. AUK YOU G Off NO WITH THEM: Alt May Go Wlii* Wish, to tin* Great G. A. It. Kura 11 :|> où-n t at Nan El-mi «-is«-«» in Aituust -The Kates. In a conversation with Commander Otho Klemm, the other evening, a Thibunk re porter learned that all members of the ( A. R. and their families, all veterans, and all uniformed military companies or o ganizations are entitled to excursion rate All other persons who-desire to go should applv to the Commander of the nearest Post of the G A. R. for rates. Excursion tickets ace now on sale at thi station and will be n.ntil July 30th, at the following rates : return, on acaount of the G. A. R. campmeut. as follows: Fare for the round trip via Ogden, both wavs, $4t; via Ogden one way, and S'ort* land one way, $57.50 via Portland, ln>th ways, $fio. Tickets- good going until Aug. |d, tSSn, and returning, until Oct. jpth. Tickets returning, via Portland, applv returning either v ia Huntington Walkt la Janctinn and Norti.ern Pacific Railway. Ail steamer rates, above quoted, include meals and berth. COUNCIL MEETING The members of the City Council met on Wednesday evening and transacted the following.business: Levied a tax on city property of 3 mills. Recogniaed the Dil lon Hook and. ladder Company as a legal organ ration- The Council rented a largo room, on the second door ot- B. F. White's building for six months. Mr. White kindly give>the use of the room to the city for six meatus, rent free. The rooth will be used bv the Police Justice and City Marshal for an office, and by the fire-company for hold ing its meetings in. Holden, Noble, East man and Mullaney put in their spare time Thursday and Friday in getting the room in shape for holding the adjourned meeting this i Saturday 1 evening Several or dinances will be acted upon at the meeting to-night. ________ All our neighboring cities are agitating tlie closing ot their stores at * o'clock in the evening, it vvouU be a good idea if -.* • cou'.,'» to:low sint in Dillon We nave secured Sunday dosing, wir, • .V eu'lv few Ute ted ted on the Tit ot ot in if PERSONALS J. O'Leary, of Bannack, was in town. D. Lament visited Bannack Tuesday. Dave E. Metlin, ot Horse Prairie was in town. Hon. Sam. Word was on Friday even ing's train. Mrs. O. E. Morse has been verv iii for h few days past. W m. Neihart, oi Point of Rocks, yvas ttv town Monday. N. Axe and tainily, ot Birch Creek,spent Sunday in town. Rc' f - W. A. Shannon and yviie are doing Ute National Park. Mr*. D. F. Reinhardt and children visi ted triends in Butte tm, week. Mrs. W . S. Burnett, of »\mcsy the vis ted friends in toyvn this week. Gitas, and Titos. Flynn, of B.acatail creek, v isited Helena this week Miles Cavanaugli, of Bannack. passed through Dillon en route to Helena. »Mrs. Geo By titer has returned from a visit with «'tends on the Grasshopper. Miss Belie Campbell, of Illinois, was the guest ot Mrs. ii. J. Burleigh for a wees.. »Mia» Minnie Cook, oi Horse Prairie, has returned nom a visit to friends at Boul der. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mcrriman, of Jefferson, Montana, are visiting friends on Beaver head. i. M. Sei way went to Helena this week on business connected with the Land Office. L. M. Bloomer, of Halliday »V Go., is taking in Easter- Idaho in the interest of the firm. lion. U. B. Smith went to Bozeman,, Monday . on official business, and returned. Thursday evening. C. S. Scott, ot Ovid, Mich., has arrived, and assumed his duties as louokxeepc- at the First National. Dr. S. R. Wagoner, who formerly prac ticed dentistry in Dillon, is now located at Eagle Rock., Idaho. S. H. Barrett, advertising agent for Seils Brothers' circus, paid his respects to the Tit 1 bp Me last Saturday . J R. Wilson went to Warm Springs,. Deer Lodge county, Monday morning, tor. the benefit of his health. W il liant Reichte, the genial proprietor ot the neat trail and saloon at lilon, was in town a portion of the week. lion. M. Barrett, T. F. Barrett and Geo. M. Brown, of Horse Prairie, visited Helena, last week, on land business. Jake Baker, formerly of Virginia City, but now of Butte, passed through Dihon Thursday evening, bound for Chicago. Henry Mc.Murphy. of Butte, Grand Master 1.0. <). F., of Montana, visited Dillon this week on official business. M. J. David, ot Junction, Idaho, super intendent 01 the Detroit and Lemhi Live Stock Company, visited Dillon orf 1 busi ness. Charis G. Noble and wife, accompanied by Miss Carrie Carmichael, will spend the month of August in visiting, various parts ot California. Nat H. Wood and family left Dihon on Monday night for S -.ta Barbara, Califor nia, where they- expect to their make home in the future. Miss Molue E. BridvveU arrived in Dil lon Saturday morning from Salt Lake City, where she has '-ecu teaching, since last September. Fred Filinglimise, of Sheridan, was in town yesterday, and said that nearly ah of Sheridan would be h ire to take hi the circus on the c>th inst. Rev. O. W. Min', ntr. of Salmon City,, Idaho, well-known in this city, was exam fried md passed to the list ot "effective eider's" at the late M. E. Conference. T 11. Hamilton and wife, trom the head of Horse Prairie, were in town. "Ham" ha- almost entirely recovered from the iui-jrv to his collar hone received sot te six weeks since Rev. Geo. 'î- Whipp:». chaplain of St Marv s Hall* at Faribault, Minn., vas tue guest of Ruv. S. 1>. Hooker, a few days this week. There arc eight Montana gird .attending Mr Whipple's school Miss L C. Dodge, of Lynn. Mass., a teacher of .'5 years, experience, and vv1. taught the first school ever taeght in Dil Ion, arrived in town this week, and is stop ping with friends on Rattlesnake. Miss !> tnav -possibly open a select A nool in fowii C F. UobarS and wile who for tv.oyeaj .» resided in the National Park, came to Di 1 - lon last week with the in tent ion of toes' ing. Thev botli like oar little city very much and will in a'.i probability remai'i here. Mr. H. is looking about for a sui:.« hie location on which to build :» resident • TRIBUNE NTKAH »IOH IkiilG. The facilities for turning out job printing at the Tiuhi nk Job Department are equal to those of the best printing establishment. in Montana. Onr presses are run by steam and with the latest styles of types ar.d ::.t terial we are nrep.tre 1 v- 'vm ->v.' km !