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a Ugl i E| a I; 1111 s n i\ 3 3 \i i 3 ! e t 3 j 3 1 6 mo's $9.00 in 1 î 3 I "J 3. j 8. Si 13 1 1 1! 3 4 ** | si 3 « 3 a 3. SI | I! % s s. 3 « 1 3. 3 h 3 d 1 l § *0 t ? * 5 i 3. j "i !l î " ll s 3 3 «S 3. X t | jj el !! if I r. ; JS & la r ajs 1 | i! i ? I s Sis 1 3 M 3. 1 3. ! 3 »a j öS j »« — •§ JS § 1 a 5 J = U | g 1 l 2 3 ^ - Ilf, |kii '-ill til? SSal 2 1s I ® I 2 a a s-~ £ •2-=S S ,t5 s > • 8.9-SÏ S.S ) MRS. CLEVELAND, f Ladt op the White House. June 2,188C, gave President Cleveland a beautiful bride, and America a lady to preside over the first home in the land. The White House at Washington is that one ot American residences tho mo3t open to representatives of foreign coun tries, the seat ot Ute nation's hospitali ties, and tho centre of society in the cap ital of Ute country. The lady at its head occupies a position of conspicuous responsibility. Mrs. Cleveland succeeds a long ilst of worthy and accomplished women who have faithfully performed the trust they undertook. Her estima ble qualities and antecedents give the assurance that she will as worthily as they ftli the distinguished part to which ehe is called as wife of the President. Mrs Cleveland, whose maiden name was Frances (! Folsom. is now about twenty-three years of age. «lie is a na tive of Buffalo, New York. Her father, lor a long time a partner with Mr. Cleve land in the practice of the law was killed by a fall from his buggy in 1875, when sho was eleven years old Four years iff ter this sad event, she made her first appearance iri public at tho Au thors' Camjval, Buffalo, dressed as a Highland laA'te- Sho was a first-prize winner on this K'itial occasion, a triumph prophetic of many' social successes won by her beauty twA amiable qualities «ir.ee that time. Her preliminary iuÏuCjk ion ' vas rc -eived while she was under t»,/' roof of an uncle a I Ransomvillo', hef . a<1 com plished mother being her fese.'' 01- - When about fifteen years old sW passe,.' the Regents examination, Buffalo, The P e * t T J Wl ? y*. ni,s "etc spent in the Cen tral High School <1 that city, and the lour years suhse.v-ici:' to these in Wells nted e fn 1885 rU,a W,;we 8,10 Ww # nu, u Herie./ent trip to Europe in company witu her mother and cousin, her return and marriage to-the Chief Magistrate of the Republic, are known to every reader It ,s understood that, by the death of £rftîi.lîat hot, wlii( I) took place re er.liy, Mr*. Cleveland inherits a con *I?IvrsVl«> forluae. Tin- death of this -■l-sLeenied v latiw- had the effect of hastening the wedding at the White House, and of a Utting the intended splen dors of its celebration. Mrs. ( lowland possesses great per sonal charms, as well as the culture of the perfect lady. The highest social successes of the past at tho White House will be equalled, if not surpassed, under (lie sweet sovereignty of its new queen. Alary was a buxom country la?*, and her father was an upright deacon In a Connecticut village. Alary's plan of joining the hoys an«! girls in a nutting party was frustrated by the unexpected arrival of a number of the "brethren" on their way to conference, and Alarv had to stay at home and get diutier for her father's clerical guests. Her al ready milled temper was increased bv the reverend visitors themselves, who sat about the stove and in the way. One of tiie good ministers noticed lier wrathful impatience, and, desiring to rebuke the sinful manifestations, said sternly: "Alary, what do you think will be your occupation 'in hell?" ''Pretty much the same as it is- on wrtli,' she replied; "cooking for min isters." A picture of Abraham Lincoln worth $2,000 has stood boxed up in a dark and dingy corner of the Capitol at Al bany for over four years. the DILLON JEWELRY AND CU'I STORE DILLON. MONTANA. MRS. L. KUPFEfi, PSOP'R. Dealer in HOWARD. AND ELGIN WATCHES. Also carrv :i liiruc :in<i w('ll-«t-u-< - !cd -'ot k oi SOLID GOLD JEWELRY of all descriptions. Fine and complicated Watch work solicited from all parts ot the coun try. All work warranted for one year. Also carry the largest stock of all makes of SHOT GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS and AMMUNITION, FISHING RODS and TACKLE. Hunting and Sporting Goods of all kiudiat Wholesale and Et tail. A. F. WRIGHT, RETAIL DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND Miners' Supplies Generally ! ! MAIN STREET. BANXAC'K. MONTANA. 5 • T. « „ T m EÖ /■ r. r, S3 = 3 r €5 tr ta o )Ot •o <55 R EOS W " m O - n s pr „ T tr s> ta >3 r T. OO 7 . -. JO > " S S Z /.l t. JO Slill.S rr.ijr : A -IRR? l! st 3 c-a iVM'i S 3 as s=a CXA. The First NationaliIank Op DILLON, MONT. ........mi«»«, I ...........•"! ........ 3»^. 't* I Autlioricml Ca|>l(i«l.. rapiial palU in.'...... Sin-pin.- anil Pi-iilll»,. niltmnit.«: I low ah i> Seukek, President. Henry BckeeiNi», V'icc President. Ü. F. White, Cashier. Otho Klemm, Ass't Cashier Geo. L. Siiol'p, IIe.'?«y KnippekbE:.«». Leonard Eli el, John C. Brenner, E. F. Ff.kris. Exchange Bought and Sold. Deposits received subject to check on demand. Interest allowed M time deposits. Principal Correspondantes Chase National Bank, New York. Commenta! National Rank, Chicago, q-nha National Rank, Omaha. W Fargo ,V Co. San Francisco. ____ 4a CÄ m CL3 H * rJ-r a =£3 H H — CJD Ô.T « A the ED DILLON Milwaukee Brick Yard. " EUREKA." JKirul Ui jirh-.s l-rk-k tin! i;i cnhi :.ml qu:il;-\ !h.- t'.i::r,;is Mi.'-.va-ikc-'.- brick. 1 wish 10 stuli- 1 am In Diihm *<» s*.iy an:! InU-n-l to tin a square an:! Ic^i'.-.M a to l-usm-.-ss. Somi in .ir.irr.r ilvrs am! h-i- tin ! <it;,.n< kivu-'-, .! o-.r inriner jiriivs, I hav.-. ms -, I.IMK :n ; : m! iarsjo q-.:; nU'.t-s t'-.ir » : i. j. t. crsicK, Dillun, Mnntniia. CALL ON CJ^Ksi3r'Vx7-£txa. vd » I I .Screen Doors : Windows f End of Montana Street, Dillon. ante Sob-ula, Boot a. n< * Maker, ANSSSA. 'INESS sepaîreb, ,, i St.. Bann.U'S. Mont. >rat, __ _ ears vustom boot and First-das« work ter>. FaffltorlY foi ! 't ivd'\ **'>oe rA'akc- at *. ioli,. guarant eed t o all custih. «IfL.r.jffc. ^ T _, -A. T'1'l ttS O l NI» AGE. TH E TRIUMPHA NT TRiQj T ENORMOUS RAILROAD SHOWS WILL EXHIBIT AT """ "" Dillon, Thursday, July 29 th. from Atlantic's fjusy fjarU to Pacific's golden |lp The transportation of this prodigious, thrice-enlarged a;_ gation of Shows, consisting as is does of SELL'S SEVERA SINGULAR, SEPARATE SHOWS SOLIDIFIED, is unira sally pronounced the MOST HAZARDOUS UNDERTAKING EVER KNOWN in the world of amusements. But when th SELLS BROTHERS decided to visit California, they set, alio concentrating an ALL-Monopolizing, MAMMOTH MA T0D0N, gorged with 3 CIRCUSES AN» 3 MENAGERIES A SATISFYING SATIETY OF STARTLING SENSATIONS mulEI TRAORDINARY EXHIBITION OF EARTH'S CHOICEST WONDER the vnstuess of which to particularize w ould till a hook and overflow the of columns of the largest newspaper. Being a UNION OF THREE Dt TINCT CONCERNS, it is MORE THAN THREE TIMES LARGE Than anv Arenic Establishment or Wild Beast Show that E\ lui CEOS; ED THÊ CONTINENT. REQUIRING OVER THREE TIMES Ï invested capital, one million dollars involve THREE TIMES THE LARGEST TRAVELING TRAINS. IHRE TIMES AS MANY EMPLOYES. THREE TIMES MORE AIT® PUSHED ACTORS, THREE TIMES THE SALARY LIST, and a natural consequence THREE TIMES THE FUN and THREE TIME MORE SHOM than ever you saw since you were born. SELLS BEOT MULTITUDINOUS MASSES KNOW THAT. BESIDES BUTTON-BURSTING BILLY BURKE a «e m à m . At 5N-« - »f H 30'i % 1 Zà '.S 'iS AND HIS CLOWN ELEPHANT, 'SID 3 COMPUTE MENAGERIES Than wort- ovor liofor *i>nt mi w;i-s»U. rl»»y *"•!! in-til 1 . 1 j „ai* lioßGDflyn ONLY MALE AND FEMALE rjq seeist oisr exhibition - and work LIVTZIsrO ______ They will THROM' UP BOTH HANDS, put aside «11 tud ami and seek amusement and recreation with the 15.000 OTHER SOULS who at evey point SEEK SELLS' STÜPEMHMDS Two Performances Daily ?? n ?H\ PARADE AT tO A. M. PERFORMANCES AT 1 and . K.veuivionson nil llniJrotnln at Sjtrciol Ifnhirr't cts Su hl, fiHjirirrof ijnnr Station . Igrnt. ________ *N- B. —At the end of the present season the existing SKILLS' 8YNDI* ATI- -hr. •' lie dissolved, anti each separate establishment resume its i«n pr >! ,J ' rr ' ' three Shows travel in conjunction at one price of atlmissi m toalh AGE. Deer Lodge Anaconda Butte City Eagle Rock Logan --WILL EXHIBIT Jk/T Monday Tue-flay WtMltlPé'to-' Friday Shtui'di'V July -