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Phil!'axiapugh DUtal preb ite judge 1 IVt-a-arrr - • • • Schools........John Gannon..........D'don. Adininstrator.il. J. Sweet...........Dillon. ...... Dr. II. D. Hickman____Dillon. ,.Poindexter ........Dillon. .1 Phil laivull..............Hid ui. -tie > M. Ho. . \ A. !.. Pi-Vi Sup!. Pll till Coroner.. Surveyor Coininu' . I ta Only One Suspender. About a week ago a stranger enter ed a clothing store on Michigan avenue and asked for one second-hand sus pender. The dealer looked at him for something less than half an hour and then broke out with: "What blaee do you «lake me for? Oof I keep some second-hand suspend ers do you pose I cut 'em apart?" "Isn't it your object to oblige the public?" asked the man. "I likes to sell gouts, of course, but nobody coôt 0$ in here and asks me for one pant leg," "Certainly not, but this is a iliftereut case. Some men wear t wo suspenders —some one. 1 belong to jhu one sus. ponder class of humanity. £o iji<I ghakspeare, Milton, Byron, Dickons and others. Is it right for you to cater to one çlass and exclude rim oilier?" "T Seil* you one pair of suspenders at .. o * • ' nut. I ÙOV take a are I or i j >n ; ; j ! j ! ; | j j . i to over it. side*. It -I never buy what I 'IfilLi wti want one suspender, and I'll liQ! pair." "Vhell, I don't sell 'em dot yhay." "I will give you time to think over it," said the stranger. "There is no occasion for haste, as I am now wear ing a clothes line around my waist. Give the matter due thought and seri ous reflection." "It's no use —no use. I don't sell coat-tails mitout der coat, nor some west rnitout a back." The next day the man returned and renewed his application, and his list of one suspender men bore the names oj^ Washington and Napoleon. "Do I sells a coat ffmout any sleeves?" indignantly Exclaimed the clothier: and the placid stranger pi ac idly fêpiied : »^"TaKe àaôtlicr day t o thin I View the subject from all never pays to move rashly." Every uay he returned on his errand, and yesterday a policeman was at hand to give him the collar, walk him around the corner, and say: "Now, then, I'll give you a chance to keep out of the cooler. If you come here again you are good for thirty days." "Oh, I'll go. of course," replied the man. "Does he exclude the onc-sus pender class?" "He does." "And has made up his mind to cater to the other?" "I presume he has." "Very well, then. I have never worn but a single suspender, and I'll be hanged if 1 can be bulldozed into buying any clothing to pack away in the garret! My motto is: •One suspen der or death!'and I never go back on a motto. What is good 'miff for the crowned heads of Europe will Ht me, even if they put shingle nails in place of buttons, (lood-by, old buttons—one suspender or a grave in the valley!"— Detroit Free Press. I The Craze I'or Art Works. "Everything must have art about it to take," said a dealer on Broadway. "1 thought the line would be drawn when utility and quality were found incompatible with the extreme esthetic taste for art: but, if bedspreads, jute velour coverings, tidies and splashes haven't some pretty design of flowers, embroidery or rococo embossing on them, my customers heave a sigh aud sa y : 'Isn't it a pity such good material should be wasted for lack of artistic design in their finish?'" "What do you do in such a case?" "1 sit down immediately and write to the factory that if they do not get up artistic designs and weave them with their manufacture of linens 1 will not bu y of them. Look at this array of spreads and colored towels aud white mummy linen on the counter. The Finch and breakfast cloths are colored, yet. not dark. They are blue and white, pink and blue, chocolate blue and gold damask, with napkins to cor respond. Pretty white ones of mummy or crape linen have beautiful designs in the center and fancy colored borders, tne finish is generally a knotty fringe. Another unique white cloth lias a crim son border and Moresque design half a yard from the edge, which snows on "tp of the table when *-pread. The ost beautiful designs are roses, leaves or lilies." "What is the popular fabric and style ,n tablecloths?" 'Satin-damask tablecloths. The de gns are of many kinds to please dif ç nt tastes. Some with bunches of grapes and leaves, while the borders are of acorns and oak leaves. s 0Ull ~ nave buttercups and pansies form in.'« a battlement in the center, with mini's \ and ferns interlaced for a bordering Inese are expensive, and live vmU will cost from *70 to 8100. The 'most fantastic designs are put on tablecloths I he more odd and novel the higher the appreciation of them. Mummv linen or huckaback is generally used ior tow els. Soft, rough Turkish towels uv popular. The white linen towels have colored borders with ligure or flower ' designs. On one is Bacchus and his ! devotees on a jamboree. Another de- : sign represents a pastoral scene and i sheep browsing. Splashes or tidies ! have rows of hemstitching both cro*s- I wise and long. Some have exquisite I borders ot flowers of delicate hue. F. r 1 piano and table covers jute velours lias ! supplanted raw silks, and is dedde.il, more handsome: It is a plush made of jute, ami admits of rich effects in col oring. "A piano cover of rich navy blue ve lours, having a bright flaming blue fleur de lis upon it, outlined by old o-old threads, is stylish and artistic. In bed spreads, the immaculate white Mar seilles are favorites, and sell at *20 and 8Ü0 for the flnest. They have raised designs on them, generally arabesque >n character. Pillows, bolsters and shams are richly embroidered to <«o with them. " "Towels to hang on racks for ornu meut are handsomely embroidered in colors. Some have torchon lace in serted to add to the picturesqueness of the open border work. Some are em broidered with roses and Winter cow slips. Regular artists are employed to get up these designs, and prizes are of* fered frequently to encourage amateurs to venture and see what new designs they can study out. It is n curious thing how the art craze invades every branch of business. "Of course I like it; because, as the designs are constantly changing and prettier ones made, new cloths are nought merely for the style of the de sign.—Ac w Yuri I; Mail and Express. STATUE Of " LIBERTY EE1ÖHTEKIKU THEWORir More Money Needed. Tue Committee in eîniige. *'f the inmMvuetU.n of tlie tiedestnl ami the erection of the statue. In oritiu' to et« lr.tr l'i'ol- J'«» 1 iti- emu |>t«!t 1**11» Imve iirepaml. Ivoin model furnished liy the Rtt-ist. t. iifrj'fil Miniature Statuette whtol: they are d.-!ivoi!tig tfwsultserUient tlus.u-tiiou: litt- IT "id suites at Un I'olh v.iuv fir!'. .: , , , . . n.„ i 't'.y.".ctt'\ .<» -t'.ie Statue bronzed : l'ldestnl. uieKel-siV.»t One* lïollni' i'.eUvi lea. high, heniitii'iiilv hrot.Kcd alio t- '■ k.-h-o. Five Dollars euch. <Mm"oe No. :t statuette, intive (,»■!. » hujb. im- .»• clinked. Statue bronzed. Pedeslu'. I lew v i i y SHIvei-l'inteil, win: runt stand. .it Ten Dollnrs cneli. delivered. Much time and money have been spear in perfect hilf the Statuettes, und tli-y at" ":i!.-'i improved over the tiist «ear nut. lire 1 on. mittee have received from stihscnbiTs ma::;' letters of eommeui'.iition. The .V«» York World ITcid of $lrtl Oil; eon. pier es Hie Pedestal, but it is esriiurri. d liar: S4tii.n0 i« > et needed to pr.> lor the ir.ui n.ston ing .. and 'he erection > t lire S'atue. I,ip. i-, .J Miliseriptiorts for the Miniature scila et. tv.« will piodtioo the desired amount. Address, with leriiittaai e. RICHARD BUTLER, Ôecretary, ir.erie.'ir. Committei- of tire Statue ot idbe'ly 33 Mttcer Street, New York ** H T J :o J l.J. <3r. A. R. Regular mcc-Ungs ol SremMAN Post. No. S, G. i A. R„ are held on the second and fourth I uesdays : °cÄPsS:ia cordialiv invited j to attend. OHIO KLEMM, Post tom. Jamks D. Hisiioi', Adjutant. ___ a of NC1KM' ORDER OF UNITE' L WORKMEN. g Dili.on I.oi.oi., No. 7 , A. O. U. W incuts till first nnil lliirdTucsday evening ol each month, at S o'clock, 111 A.O.t .\i llall on Montana street. Sojourning brethren,, good standing, are cordially invited to attend. CHAS. HIRSCHMAN, M. W. !.. E. Stkingham, Recorder. ___ KNIGHTS OF LABOR. D illon assembly, no. 3751 , K - %• i meets nt Dart's Hall the second and fourth ; Tuesday vf every month* at 7*.to P» \ X. O. O- P. B ANNACK LODGE, No. 3, j meet* every Wednesday evening at its Hall in Glendale, sojourning brethren, in good standing, are cordially invited to A. C. MOE, X. G. 1**1 -i 1 1 K, Secretary. X. OT **. /OCCIDENT LODGE, No. 8, K. of P„ V/ meets in convocation every Ihursday evening in the Castle Hall, corner ol Kannack and Montana streets. . All visiting Knights are cordially mu ted to attend. w.j. t'limvKi.i.. » < CiiVNOH. K. ol II. and S. O. O. F in stood standing, arc A pollo lodge, no meets everv Monday evening, a its Mall on the comer of Montana and Bannack streets. Sojourning brothers, cordiailv invited to attend. E. I. NELSON, X. G, C. illH'< 11 Al AS-, Si I. O. O. F. Occidental Encampment, id 3<1 Saturday nights " of each month at Lodge ïïàlk'in t ljendalc. 'AH sojourning Patriarch, in gool J. \\ tamiing ar*-* mv ■d to attend. . . „ WM. GALL, G- I Hutily ^AKIH c POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varie?. A tnnrvc 1 ot purity, ttrciiji'tls ami v.hole^ctr.mcsc. Mere l oiiiunical thanrheerdinaty bird r.cndcannct lie seid inconi petition with tlic multitude of low test, short weight, alum e.rphosphate powders. ftiLnoxLVW caxs. Royal K.M;:.\cr Powder <.'o.. foö Wall-et,, PItOPSSSIOnAXi CAHD 8 H. D. PICKMAN, M. ** hjrsiotan and Burgeon PlLT.ON, M'iNTANA. •. Ii, Ul.if •hlilV. H ENRY X. III.AKK, Associate jisrics of Mon tana years. Attorney and Counsellor at law Virginia City, XlonUna. l M 45 _ i T K. CAU.AWAY Attorney A Coi.-nsf.li.oh J • Practices in all the Courts and United Slutei Land Others in the Territory All business attended :o with promptness and fidelity, Virntj'i Cii- M l J AMES M. PAGE, U. S. Mineral Deputy st-u v E vor. I.i.sd business made a specialty. Salisbury, Montana. MFI.TDV, at i.AW MliTH ATTORNEYS Jt ( <>l Dll to n, Mo nlons. Will practice in alt Com to of the Territory End attend to any matters in the Land Office Department. Ro'KV :i. . DistrietAt-rnw lor Man. l.J. Galbraith II. ). Burleioh. GALBRAITH k BURLEIGH, Attoruey.at Xj aw, Dilloti, lleaverheiul Co., Montana. Office. First door south of the Corinne Hotel. 41 -tl »V0ZWX1M CAKSa, AMOS C. IIALL. 1AY LI"! . J. HI.NNLT F. II AH KINGTON. HALL, HARRINGTON & CO., (successors to Raymond, Harrington & Co.) BA.IVKXIZIS, VIRGINIA CITY, - MONTANA. Transact a Gunhiat. IIinkino Businhs# Higlirst Mi.vbol Tt«.to Paid l.ir . I • - :. > : di<m. und HOTKXj cardi BAPACK HOTEL, --AH' — 3anxi.acl£. Montana, .0:. tint tor*. yin? ble imodationa :'"r guests. Hotel. "Viola Hotel. i : j NIOHOLIA. LEMHI COUNTY, IDAHO Mrs. Mary McE- Proprietress. i ; \ 3, j to P„ ol . a and TUTT*S WTls 25 v eSSflW U8E; Th« Pr.atoit M«die«l Trittmp h of tho Ago! TORPÏdLÎVER. LMMfUHdM. Bow.1. entire. Milt tiw hand, with » «all ««ntotloa !■ the bRck Vart, Pain RRd*r tin ■haalder blRd«, FhIIrrii mttmr «»ttats with »«»■ inellantlRR tn «xartUR Mrirtolid, Irrlttohllitf«ftMiV« r s j^WfWtfl'»wi 1 * 1 mfhmwlmm mlwttd some ditr, w^rtUr; pi^«ifr FjtiitRrt R« « «h» * , '"'cÂÏ 1 fi'«TBN. ...... TUTTSrnt* «re ««P«sihU7 adapted MB te ■fiBâT-Hint or WHIbksrTB hanged to n G^nr BwS* by a lin* 1 « applieation of îhta^ nriL ''timpartaanaUril color,acts SSS&A&ÄS'.flSf""' " eent by oxprew on receipt " «*• . Office. 44 Murr»y 8t.,Rcw YorK. i»od yjo tne in JOB pnlNTOWO. ax si.411Tltitk.it . . . Cuow . Pro*. i>. I. \MI1NT, 1*. rtirti tier: Manager. DILLON LUMBER AND GRAIN COMPANY. Successors to I'HOW \ SMKA11. W1IOI.ESAI.K & IS UTAH. DEALERS IN LUMBER, LATH, SHINCLES, DOORS, BUNDS, MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, BUILDING PAPER, PAI 1 TTS, AND ALL KINDS OF Hl'ILDINO MATKKIAL. Missoula Pine Flooring, Rustic Bevel Siding and Finishing Lumber constantly in stock and warranted caual to Eastern Lumber at much lower cost. »lack Walnut, < >ak, Manl •nstantl v other importoii -to We also make a specialty ot'handling Haled HATT A1TD ŒRAI2T. We are making sweeping i eiluctious in prices. Correspondence so licited. Call ami see us. W. II. SMKAD,Sec' y ami lien. Manager. CALIFORNIA FRUIT STORE. THOMSEN & BLIVEN, DEALERS IN Fruits, Candies, Nuts; Figs. Dates, Currants, Raisins; Etc., Ete. Also a Prill X..1 i 7 t f' F-Ahs^ÆII G-BOCEBIES. AGKNTS KOK TIIK ALBERT FISHER BRKWINti COMPANY. ZBXD. SALE5P8-Livery Stable 7 eed HELENA STUFET, DILLON, MONTANA. Teams and Outfits for Tourists and Traveling Agents for all j>avlh "t the Territory, constantly on hand. 0^ 2»o. 1 Teams fbr Sale or Sira on BeasonaUe Texas« T. W. POINDEXTER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Montana Street, DILLON, - - - MONTANA. ivv' jis «•< utsf;mt 1 on li.iini ;i liv-li anil omiplclc slock ot FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, Lamps; Clothing and Gent.'s Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes; Blankets, Comforts, Etc.; WINES, LIQUORS ^ CIGARS. Highest Cash Price Paid for Furs and Produce. LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH Jl'.T WHAT YOU want. VEE.CÜ 14.50, 95 •6.50. .in*î Home use. Hither S ' ».50 sent iu:imi r I* a id on receipt of price, I vo :r liardw .ire Je.ll' r doe.- not i. Goo.l Agents wanted. Anvil A' Vise Co.. Dktkc Mi. 11 . »"TURBINE WATER WHEEL AT A BAHRAIN! .m One I 5 *inch Turbine Water Wheel, first-class in every way, only run a few months ami as goo:! as when it left the Shop. The wheel is a soii \ bronze casting with stei l shaft, lijrnun vit» step and hoxinjf, both of whirh have screw adjustment. Parties wishing a |»ooil wheel should sec this ont before purchasing. f on * r addros, H. IMlJNO.Vi»;, Tiumcm Ofkick, Dilior. Mi-ril..na.