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]0VED Every Saturday Morsum) dillon pustofuck. .il from Butte, Deer Lodge :mcl points 1* 'Ir vel düilv at 8:a S P . nt. The mail tor north u- . Mints closes at 6 o'clock a. m. !l,e * b0 tiifrom Salt Lake, Ojfdcn and all points fl* "5 K. ls tern Idaho arrives daily at 7:10 o' jOUtH,a nd "L. _ inl ,u for the above places doses o'ock »• in j m> a . SaS 0 " ' K '' u ' . u ,j Virginia City mail arrives tÿEL P-" <>«">'. "'«1 departs at 7:30 0 l i 0rk j«c n ' l 'Bannack and Arpenta arrives at j:J0 11,1 ' L :,aavs, Wednesdays and Fridavs, and ;>• in. on • " a nti on Tuesdays, Thursdays and jt. parts a t S n*M hours— on Sundays front 7 a. m. until 9 a. m. ikfrdl o' a«v«. dtirimr usual business hours. \'o ino. . ,'clock, p. davs, during usual order or registry business done after P. W. POINDEXTER, P. M »xrmxvr ELIE L'S lo cals. Lg( .„ and Etnbroderles at Ei.iti.V. Summer -»res* Good*. A complete assort sent :« «*•«'' _ Handsel*» greatly r< du. ,e of Parasols und Fana at . prices at Eutt's. orcut reduction on Jerseys and Walking .lacket» at Eiiki-'s._ Most complete line of Carnets and House Furnishing Pood» at Ei.uet. s. EXAMINE the No. 4 OSBORNE KOWEH at Savage's. ■umnur Satstt Mrs M. A. Dinglev has just received a tine as sortment of Summer flats for the ladies trimmed ,rd «-trimmed. ^ House and Lots at a Bargain. • „. s Nos, «7 und iS in Block Xo. 5, in the City ot Dillon, Montana, are ottered for sale at » bargain. The lots are well fenced and have a good house and „„.11 thereon. Inquire of 1 MRS. ANTONETTE MILI.ER. MRS. DINGLEY'S LOCAL. Miss Ella Buck, tust arrived from Oherlin, Ohio, uill, after a short visitât Butte, take charge of my 'tore. Miss Buck comes highly recommended, and tcill, 1 am sure, give satisfaction. M us. M. A. Dinglev. FIS HING TAC KLE. 1 have just received my Spring Stock, and every thing is New, Fresli und Cheap. Hods from 20 cents to $15.00. Heels »$ cents to $0.00. All kinds of Hooks, Lines, Sinkers, Snells. Flies, etc., etc., cheaper than the cheapest. Catch on It Being a practical fisherman and knowing the waits of this locality I am prepared to sell you just what you want. 'V. T. EASTMAN. Examine the Xo. 4 Osborne Mower «t Savage's. Hr. Citas. I» . Noble has returned to Dillon, and ii;tV*'bë'fbifW<t ut His office in Union Block. • All in terested please take notice. EX A M INEthc No. 4 OSBORNE MOWER at Savage's. Furnished Rooms to Rent. Inquire of Pro. II. Savage. lo ot loe ii IIA 1 .L 1 DAY & CO. are prepared to deliver lee to families in Dillon, at three-quarters ot a cent per j 'utt'l. Leave orders a» their store on Montana stvcU. Tire Shrlnker for Sale. Will upset tire from one to six inches, si tien. II. Savage's Carriage Simp. WAGON FOR SALK. Apply One second-hand, inch thimbie-skein, tortton firing wagon for salt. Inquire ot tieorge 11 Savage. Co to J. E. Clutter's, Dtlion, Montana, for the find Kooky Mountain Remedy, "Oregon draperont Bitters.'' Soid by all first class Drug gists. AUCTION HER. T. J. Parrel, of Virginia, City will conduct auction »des in all parts of the Territory. House to rent. Inquire of K. Coffin. OATH WANTED. Tlie Dillon Lumber and Grain Co. pay the high est price for Oats. \V. II. SMEAD, Manager. SURE KILL FLY-PAPEE At the City Drug Store, opposite the depot. CHARLES G. NOHLK will leave for San rrancisco, Wednesday, Julv iStli, to spend hw va cation, and will return about September ist. lie wishes all his patients to renieinlier above dates, if m need nt immediate work. Strong, healthy house plants for sale at N. M. « lute's drug store. IN T OWN AND OUT. ' ery deceptive photographed Treasury notes are in circulation. it rains so easily these days, that there is yet hope for winter feed. Several car loads of ore and bullion were shipped from Dillon this week. Rcv.J.J. Garvin preached to interested congregations at Grace M. E. Church Sun day. t>n Tuesday evening there was a degree meeting of the Good Templars' lodge, at School Hall. A number of creeks that are usually hank full of water at this time of the year * re **hi to be drying up. 11 wems quite probable that before cold leather arrives Dillon will have the much needed public hall , or opera house. 8im Grim, the freighter, started out this w «ek with the balance of tlie machinery h* r tlie Dillon Mining Co.'s mill at Bald Mountain. he Hay-diggers are wearing long faces. The Territorial fair opens at Helena August 23d. Sells Brothers' circus will capture the town next Thursday. There is considerable travel between Dillon and Bannack. Travel lias been extremely lively on L tah and Northern the past week. Rev. Hugh Duncan, P. E., will preach at Grace M. E. church to-morrow ('Sun day). There were twelve Ci. A. R. excursion ists, from Butte, on lttesdav evening's train. The band boys are making great pro gress, as was practically demonstrated bv their last two concerts. Morse's buzz-saw does not wear artificial teeth although we saw Dr. Noble working over it one day, recently. The Tribcne gives you all of the im portant local and genera! news, in con densed form, for $2.50 pet year. Considerable having has already been done at various points in the Beaverhead valley. The crop is rather light. The new mown hay never »melle?! one half so sweet to "Maud Muller." as it does to the average stockman this year. A washout on the Utah and Northern, the other skie of Silver Bow, Sunday ••vert ing, delayed tlie SQuth-bOlmd train some time. Now that the strawberry season is over, it is safe to observe that the reason why tlie boxes bad no covers was because the bottoms were so near the tops. The "Hand Book of Western Montana" is now going through the press and will be out in about two weeks, it will be valuable as a work of reference. A. S. Rife and C. I.- Thomsen will rep resent Dillon Lodge No. 7. A. O. U. W., at the session of the Grand Lodge, A. O. U. W., which will commence in Ogden, Utah, on August loth. The farewell kisses given and taken at the Utah and Northern depot in Dillon, when a school-main arrives or departs, are verv sweet except to the young men who look and long for their.. Macaulay's elocutionary entertainment did not draw a good house and five pro gramme was not rendered. A dance was held, however, in which quite 1 number of young people participated. The North-vest Mttgadur says that "be fore tlie advent of the railroad the slouch felt was the universal head gear. It used to be said for a long time that Col. W. F. Sanders, the distinguished Helena lawyer, was the the only man in Montana allowed to wear a silk hat." Specimens of tellurium, taken from the Bell mine, near Sheridan, Madison county, assavs from $800 to 4.000 per ton, and it is claimed that some of the richest specimens would go as high a» $10,000 per ton. Tellurium is the invsterious mineral, re cently discovered in the Bell mine. Which puzzied the miners ami local assayers so long. Will and Thomas Frew built a ftat-bot tomed boat, which they named the "Wild Gtxtse." Saturday they loaded it on a wagon, packed their grub, blankets, frying pan and fishing tackle into it and started for Red Rock lake for a week or two of trout fish ing. If the "Wild Goose" don't "sqttak," thev are likely to have considerable fun with her. The Hecla company, of Glendale, has declared its sixty-ninth consecutive month ly dividend of $15.000. In other words the Hecla company has not passed a divi dend for five years and nine months, hav ing paid $1,035,000. This is the steadiest record of any mining company in the Rockv Mountain country, save only the Ontario. The Western Union Telegraph com in pile is the He so. a as is panv is introducing a new system of re ceiving messages in large offices. Instead nf writing them down wit it the ordinary pen and ink or using the manifold process j as in taking press reports, the operator takes the report direct from the instrument, and bv means of the calligraphic process produces copy exactly similar to that of the type-writer. The seventeenth annual premium list of the Montana Agricultural. Mineral and Mechanical Association has been re ceived. In a card to the public the man agers sav "The Association is deeply in debt, and unless the public appreciate the situation, and by its presence, with a lib eral natronage at die gate, assist m sus taining the Association, the efforts of the management for the future will be ma terially crippled.'' The meeting will take place August 23d to 28th, inclusive. The Helena Independent says: "It i* learned upon good authority that the e forts of the friend, of R- N. Hawktns. late postmaster at Pony, Madison county, arc Ukeiv to result in the dismissal ot the pro ceedings begun against him for corn er jg to private use money belonging to Inde Sam while acting in his capacity as post master. It is claimed that no criminal in tent existed and that this iact has been so thoroughly shown that UntiedStates At torrev Smith will enter a noth Sear, the blacksmith, has a new "helper" in the shape ot a babv buy, born last Sat urday. Some ot the ladies and getlemen of Grace M. E. church propose to give a con cert, in about a month. I he warehouse platform •» almost crushed under tlie weight of the immense pile of ore stacked upon it. M hv don't some one start an archery club in Dillon, before the summer skips away. Eastman can supply a club with everything needed. Traveling men sav that Dillon is the prettiest little city in Montar,it. Bozeman is nowhere in comparison, though for a long time she bore the palpi. The attention of sportsmen is called to the "notice," in another column, warning them to keep off certain ranches down the valiev, when they go out gunning. Charlie Robbins came in from Big Hole Wednesday, to have a broken rib fixed up. He brought with him some fine nuggets, washed from the placers at Monumental. Mrs. Kupfer s jewelry and gun sto-e ad vertisement is made more attractive this week, by a change in tlie watch cuts. Look at tlu* "ad." and see if you don't think so. The programmes lbrThe~<Jedicati<Ht ser vices of tlu» Baptist church at Stevciisvilie, Missoula county, on August 4th, were ex ecuted by the job artist of the Tat kink office. A ltodcarrier working on the I'oitidex ter-Furniture building had his head cut open, Wednesday, bv a brick which was carelessly tossed over one ot the walls by a bricklayer. That Portion of the Utah and Northern railroad, between Butte and Garrison, will, alter August 1st, be known as the Mon tana Union. The new line will be operated as an independent road. The most complete private cabinet of minerals and curios in Beaverhead county is possessed by Mrs. M. Barrett, of Horse PVdirte. Mrs. B. has arranged and clas sified the whole collection, unaided. The wool clip of this \ ear wi.i be jueltv well divided between Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Chicago. The greater quantity, as is usual, will roach Boston, but the other cities will get a fair share It is learned that several people from Eastern Idaho intend io make a pilgrimage to Dillon about circus time. Of course they don't know there is tu be a circus here on tlie 29th, but they will be here ail the same. Nine Chinamen were arrested Wednes day night—eight for illegal fishing and one for smoking opium. They wete tried be fore 1 udge Mead, Thiu-stLi.v ergning. and were al! discharged for lack 01 evidence to convict. The Dillon Lumber and Grain Co., sent the boiler from their saw mill on Birch Creek, to Butte Saturday, to be over hauled and put in shape for a new mill, to be built in Dry Gulch, about ten miles east of town. Long, "double-headed" freight trains pass this station every day. going both north and south The freight traffic on the Utah and Northern for July, will un doubtedly be the heaviest in any one month since the toad was opened for busi ness. At tlie meeting of the Territorial Demo cratic Central Committee at Helena, on the 19th inst., it was resolved that the Ter ritorial Convention meet in Helena at 12 o'clock, m. on Tuesday, August 24th. Beaverhead county was apportioned six delegates, and Madison countv seven. A fine new fire and burglar-proof safe was putin Mrs. Kupfer's jewelry »lore on Wednesday. It weighs 3,8714 pounds and is taller than Huber. The safe is large enough to hold the large slock of solid goods carried, which the increasing trade of tlie establishment makes necessary. Without doubt, Hon. Martin Barrett, of Horse Prairie, has the finest improved ranch in Montana Territory. His build ings are the most substantial and con veil ing and and ly T. _____ j ient and the arrangement ot resident so bles and corrals show the work or a man of taste. Hi* stock is also away above average. Willie Staudaher, the thirteen-year-old son of Geo. Staudaher, of Beaverhead val ley, went gunning for iack-rabbits Mondar morning. In raising tlie gun to take .1 shot at one, it was discharged, in some un accountable manner, betöre he could take aim, and the charge took effect in his right foot. Dr. Pickman wa* summoned and found it necessarv to amputate two toes. The boy is doing nicely at present. The finest herd of Holstein cattle ever brought to Western Montana, was unload ed from the cars at this station last Sautr day morning. They were selected from several choice herd* in Illinois, by agent of the Beaverhead Livestock As elation, and are all full blaoded Holsteins The herd consists of two bulls, fiity cows and thirty-three calves ; eighty-five head in all. An admiring crowd of stockmen in spected them, both while thev were being unloaded and after they were driver, to Savage's corral. On Monday Manager Neil took them to the B. L. A. * stock farm, on the Beaverhead, tormsrlv owned bv Nat Wood to to on on 12 six on of MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL Doing* at tli«- Special Session—Uomtatft+rs ! that turing J. fornia tlie ]K)int found above canal, three brick. sible. »Vom Tlie in. fore that the large aged A]i|Miiirtetl. The adjourned meeting of the City Council was held Saturday evening, in their new room in White's building. The roil being called showed the follow ing members in their places: Dart, Lamont, Rife. Brainard, White and Eastman. Minutes of previous meeting were read and approved. D. Lamont was elected chairman of the board. The Mayor then appointed the Hol lowing standing committees: Finance—Dart, Rife and Brainard. Fire Department—Lamont, Bttrfeind and Bloomer. Streets and Alleys—Rite, Dart and Bur feind. Public Health—Bloomer, Lamont and Brainard. Public Order—Brainard, ISurfeind and Rife. Public Buildings—Dart, Rife and Bloomer. Printing—Lamont, Burtcind and Brain ard. The official bonds of the following new ly elected city oll'. «ta Is were examined and approved:—Wm. Bernstein, city treasurer; T. J. Mnllaney, city marshal; W. S. Bar bour, city attorney ;. J. R. Holden, police magistrate ; Isaac Cash move, street com missioner. The report of J. R* Holden, police mag istrate, was accepted and ordered placed on file. The following hills were allowed and the clerk instructed to warrants mi the treasurer for the same:—Expenses of city election, $30.00: Dillon Lumber «V Co., $87.48; T. J. Mulianeyvcitv marshal, $94.00; J. Rich, $8.80;. E. J. Hughes, $6.00. The hill presented by W.T. liol comb was- returned to him to be properly itemized. The clerk was instructed to notify all parties presenting bills against the city to present the same properly sworn to. The plat of A. S. Rite's addition to tlie city of Dillon was approved and ordered placed on file. Council then adjourned. SUICIDE AT SHERIDAN. General Despemleney Causes Joseph Falk net- r» Take His Own Idle. News reached Dillon Tuesday evening of the suicide; at Sheridan, Madison eoun ty, of Joseph Falkner, a well known butch er of that place. From a correspondent and from Oscar Welcher and Sam I.each who came to Dillon fora c.olUn,the follow ing particulars were gleaned : Tuesday morning, between four and five o'clock, Joseph Falkner arose, dressed himself and started for the dining room When he was just over the threshold he drew a revolver and pointing it at his head pulled the trigger. With the crack of the pistol. Falkner fell hack against the door of tlie bed room and slow ly sank to the floor, Mrs. Falkner, who had not yet risen hearing the sitôt, sprang out of bed and hurried to the side of iter husband, whom she found lifeless, and with a bullet hole in his head. The alarmed neighbors came in and gav the almost distracted widow all the assist ance in their power. A coroner's inquest was held and the jurv returned a verdict of "suicide, while laboring under temporary insanity." Deceased leaves a wife and three y min children, and an estate valued at about $12,000. WAS IT SUNSTROKE? val .1 un take and toes. cows in in to stock On the 13th inst.. while R. Brown, an employe at Willowrburn S tock Farm, was at work handling mares at tlie breeding ranch, about ten miles worn Wiilowburn, lie met with acurious accident. He had thrown a lariat and caught a mare and a little coit at tlie same time. While en gaged in getting tlie colt out. lie either stepped on the rope which threw him, or became dizzy and fell down striking on the side of his face and immediately be came unconscious. The boys who were assisting in tlie work threw- water in his face, but failed to rouse him. They Uten carried him to the house, where he re mained unconscious for about twelve hours, just breathing enough to show 'hat he was alive. At the end of that time he began to improve and is now getting along all right. ELDER DUNCAN'S APPOINTMENT*. The Rev. Hugh Duncan, Presiding Ei der of Butte district, will visit tlie follow ing places during the first quarter of Ute new conference year, as follows: Dillon, Montana—Sunday, July 25. J. ed and day to of via Bannack. " Salmon City, Idaho, I unction, " Eagle Rock, u Blackfoot. " Fish Creek, Mon*. Glendale. " Dillon, Lower Beaverhead Helena. Aug. Sept. Oct 8 . HKKWKKY FOH DILLON. Contract Let for the Hnitdlng—Beer and Malt to be Manufactured. Ditlon is to have added to it» industries that of a beer brewing and malt manufac turing establishment. J. F. Trimborn, the manager of the Cali fornia brewery of Salt Lake, after looking tlie field over decided »bat this was a good ]K)int at which to establish a brewery. Ho found a suitable plat e in Orr's field just above the bridge across the big irrigating: canal, southeast o'" town, and purchased three acres. M. J. McCunc received a contract for the erection of a two-story brick. 40x42 feet to be built as soon as pos sible. The site of the building is 50 feet »Vom the road and just above the canal. Tlie stone work is-to be finished by Sep tember ist. and after the machinery i> put in. The brick work will be rushed, in order togefit finished and ready tor business be fore cold weather tomes. It is estimated that afieast $25.000 will be expended on the enterprise, as a fine residence and a large mult house wifi probably be built ext year. Farmers will now be encour aged to raise barley, as they will have n market at home for all they can produce. of in an a en or on be his re 'hat he Ei Ute PERSON AIt* Miss [aney Garter has gone to Beaver „anyon. A. Bessette und wife, ot I'an Hack, spent Sunday in town. Rev. Jay J. Garvin, of Skit' Lake, re turned home Monday night. J. W. Scott and family,of Red Rock,visit ed friends in town this week. M'\ and Mrs. D. Mason hove gum* to> their rancit, on Grasshopper. Wm, Troesel Mid family, of Twin. Bridges, were in town a tew days» Henry Johnson, of Stone Creek,, paid'his respects to tlie Trihcnk Wednesday;. Chas. Ahistrom, chemist and assurer, of Hailey, Idaho, was in town yesterday'. C. W. Scott, General Agent of the Utah and Northern paid Dillen a call on Thurs day . John Nesbitt was in tlie from Grasshop per, and said lie was going to move back to Dillon. Prof. J. Gannon, and daughter, Mamie, came down from Anaconda Saturday morning. Mrs. H. M. Filch and daughter. .Laura, of Sheridan, were tlie guests of Mrs. M. N. Virden this week. Dr. Leonard, the traveling dentist, has. returned to Dillon from »trip to Bozeman, via Virginia City. Superintendent Blickviisderler passe. V through Dillon, in his private car, on.a tour of inspection. l*at*ey Darby, 01 Sheridan, was over to Dillon this week, purchasing, supplies and extras for his self-binder. Jerry Grotevant and Wm, Gull, of Glen dale, passed through Dillon Wednesday night, bound for Alaska. 1 ). H. Noble, of Noble & Sons, Shcrid in passed through Dillon oil bis way to -ds-it iiis son on Medicine Lodge. Rev. E. J. Bickel, formerly of Llelat.a, passed through Dillon Thursday evening, 011 Iris way t» his new field of labor at Eagle Rock and Blackfoot, .Idaho. Oscar Welcher and Sam Leach, of Sheridan, came over Tuesday to get cof fin in which to bury Jos. Falkner who committed suicide at that place Tuesday morning. Fred W. Chase, formerly with ü, C. Fylirie <N Co., of this place, lias accepted a position with Foster. Estes Ai C<> . at Ana conda, and lia» entered upon the discharge of his duties. E. M. Bloomer lias returned from a busi ness trip through Eastern Idaho, lie re ports having had a delightful trip and says that business was.better than on either of Ids previous trips. Sheriff Tom Jones and Treasurer Bob Wing, lto'.h popular officer* of Beaverhead countv, were in the city yesterday, attend ing the examination of Farley.. the Sweet water shnotist. y/ndisi>i*i<ni. IN TOWN Till* WEEK !. T. Connor, of Argenta. W. P. Schusxler, of Butte. Samuel Page, of Tw in Bridges. Antone Poulson. J. D. Fox, of Big 1 A. F. Grader and Wm. l'ahiii*'.., of Bannack. Wm. Shineberger.Al. I). Young and W. F. Ilennebury. of Red Rock. J. A. Maxwell, Herman Jack*»**. Wm. II. Frazer and Antone Jackson, of Wisdom REDUCED. 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