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ü il i s i a 'll! 1 ! ; j i 8 g 8 Î 1 UI.OO ! 10 ; *© s « sjsjs s. a % » 8. 8 8 t ! 1 i ' 1 * a i si i a *! j - s « 8. a 1 8 g V 8 ! S |S i*i J r 8 I 8 S 8 a i 313 \ à \ % s 55 S' X s s £ » C9 ! 1 % 8 S. 00 8 !3 5 55 a V i als S | N s s *-d J 8 ?, II sM s « * " 8 IS sis 9- j « 1 £ - til ftCo H ml ifi JS5S •* VLÏ; S fe-s £ •J«2| g ■t sl .4 4 The Extradition Treaty. EDWARD - J? PHELPS, " United States Minister to London. Lord Rosebery, Secretary for For eign Affairs in the Gladstone Cabinet, and Mr. Phelps, our Minister to England, negotiated the amended Extradition Treaty between the two governments, which now awaits ratification by tho Senate at Washington. The Treaty Is commended by good judges as an able production, and its authors are honored for their achievement. Edward 4. Phelps, of Vermont, suc ceeded Juntos R. Lowell, as Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipoten tiary to the United Kingdom. His appointment nag proved a fortunate one, Mr. Phelps being in every way a proper man for it. He is a native of Vermont, bom at Middlebury, in tho year 18'2t. His father was a man of mark, at one tinte a United States Senator. Mr. Phelps is a graduate of Middlebury College, after leaving which he followed tho studv of law. His first practice was in New lork. from whence he removed, in 180 «. to Burlington, Vermont. He has been a remania bly successful lawyer, appear iiigia the courts of other States than his own. and often in the United States Su preino Court. He wan President of the American liar Association two eousecu live terms. When he reeclvod the ap pointment he is now filling, Mr. Phelps , was Kein Professor of Law in Yale Col lege. Iti tliis eminent seat of liaraingho i not only lectur.U to the students of the \ Law Schoo., bid gave Instruction on sub- I jeetï o: jia'.'-prudence in the theological i and aca Temii- departments. As a member <4 the Democratic party, resident in \ erniout, Mr. Phelps had not tne opportunity or making political dis imotion tot himself, Mr. Tilden prom ised him the position of Minister to Lon don in the event of his election to the 1 residency. He ran for Governor of Vermant. in 1880, and was defeated, as a, matt ce in course; but the vote lor him was the I irgest Democratic vote ever east m tin* <; reeu Mountain State. Mr. Piieips i* a man of tine presence of medium, height and weight. His coni piexn.il wdaili. He i* brilliant in soei xvi'iI "• e *' >"birnied, witty and adroit. «Iule m Kn g kind he is accompanied by Jus wife a- d daughter, two Indies favored with superior natural endowments and ofiiigt, culture. Mr. Phelps appears to advantage on public occasion.-*,an orator of exceptional fluency am! grace. — j " " j ! j j j mg ,,n the ui A HjUtry . How the human system ever recover? * r r °'" 1 b: \ d cffects of nauseous medicines o.ten literally poured into ft for the sun lKMitive relief of dispepsia, liver complaint, constipation, rheumatism and other ail is a J! , > ster > The mbcMef done by bad medicines .s scarcely less than that bfliou« J d,se ®? fc- ,f 'hey who are weak, bilious, dyspeptic constipated or rhwmat c, would offener be guided by the exper iciicc oi invalids wlio liave thoroughly tested Hostetler s Stomach Bitters, ther would in every instance obtain tlie speedte* This^modh»?* • fr ° m rat,onBl medication. I his medicine is a searching and at the same time a thoroughly safe remedy, de rived from vegetable sources, and possess ing, m consequence of its basis !of pure s|dr, '*' Properties as a medicinal stimulant not to be found in the fiery local bitters and stimulants often resorted to bv the de bilitated, dispeptic and languid Subscribe for the DILLON TRIBUNE 0»ly $8. a Year. , of eye gives kte the rean trol tn!ir Smhan A ine S2f WHERE GREEN TURTLES COME FROM H £ g , i \ I i How They Ar» Caught and How They Are Taken Care of While in Confinement. Aldermen »nay come and aldermen may go—to Canada or over the range, but "the song of the turtle, - ' the glorious green tur tle. will still continue to "be heard in the land." Its very name suggests a long table crowned with tlowers, covered with the choicest of viands and surrounded with festive men, each of whom weighs 850 pounds. It suggests also witty toasts and speeches, let off to the accompani ment of popping champagne corks, fra grant cigars and the rousing chorus "« e won't go home 'till morning." The main supply of that estimable ani mal, the green turtle, comes from Florida, the West Indies and the shores of Central America and the Spanish main, although the latter regions furnish hut few. Once in a while they are caught in warm weather as far north as the coast of Long island. They range in weight all the way from 5U0 to two pounds, but the average is from eighty to ninety pounds. They are amphibious creatures and like their arch j enemy, man. must now and then have a " breath of fresh air, or they will die. From 5,000 to 8,000 are annually brought to this city, and they average to sell throughout the year at about 15 cents per pound gross j weight. Mr. Middleton a dealer in green tart le says they are taken in nets in the southern waters by men who make a business of catching them, and they are also captured on the beaches as they come up out of the water to deposit their eggs. This firm keeps them through the winter in storage rooms well warmed and fitted with troughs filled with sea water. They are fed with watermelon rinds, cabbage leaves and other green stuff, and they grow fat in the confinement. They may be thus kept as long as required. They are very sensitive to cold weather and will freeze as quickly, if exposed, as would a man. The flesh in appearance resembles beef. Steaks are cut from the shoulders, but all the rest, even to the shell and flippers, goes into the soup ket tle. They do not bite nor snap like their congener the snapping turtle. The shells are of no value for making combs or orna j mental shell work. Lying on their backs ! with their flippers tied, they will take no j food, and will live about six weeks, in j ordinarily warm weather with an occa j sional bath.—XewYork Market Journal. George Had a Great Head. Tact is the lubricant that makes slid ding down the baluster of life easy. She had two adorers, and, as is usual, halted between two opinions. Henry loved her well, but George's head was the longer as the sequel shows. "Speaking of memo ries, - 'cried Lucille, "why, I can remember when I used to play with dolls and make nuul pies in the lane." "What «a wonder ful memory!" exclaimed the foolish Henry, admiringly. "Pshaw! Wonderful to re call that which occurred so few years ago?' - spoke George of the long head and tlie next time Henry spoke to her she snubbed him.—Binghamton Republican How A Senator Heads tlie l*u|>ei'< lit speaking of the ill-mannered and petty WKy of stowing spite by reading while some one is Addressing an assem blage, it is said that when Webster re plied to Hay ne rffty six years ago in the senate, in a speech that will live for all time, a United State»»senator pretended to be more engaged in reading his news paper than giving any attention to Web ster. Another senator peeped over the shoulder of his inattentive colleague and fötrsd that the abstracted newspaper reading senator, with eye glasses, held the paper upside down. — C iiicago Herald. Tlie LiMriitk«i of Maeliiii» J»uOuk There hats been considerable discussion tit' times aster whether the lubricating ma terial in the jbt«/, nais of machinery actu ally forms a l>etween the moving parts, or whether - 1 he parts themselves are rendered so smoot h as no longer to abrade. Professor Reynold^ has lately reported in vestigations to the - fc'ritish Royal society Which seem to provn ■ conclusively that whenever hard surf«* » under pressure slide over each othew without abrasion they are separated by » film of foreign mat ter, whether perceptif 'e or not.—Texas Siftings. and Hind of Ueggnv* fi ' Gotham, A* new kind of l>eggar tit* . louse on the streets of New York. He ök on a dirt pile repeated with gre\ 1 unction: "Sirius,- Orion. Jupiter, tin» eat Beai- > Venus. iwMs," Gèmiui,'' etc., lihtt. ' t*®" gone through the. list of stars, plàH *!*» and constellations Then he begun Jii'sftk ipture, and ran along: Moses. Ezekiel i*î)k mion ' Benjamin, Peter, Elijah. Xuah, Aardft soon indefinitely.—'Chicago Herald. Inflation of tli« Confederal é cfutirSB» There was much gossip 'about the work, mg of Hie Confederate JV^ttsury—induced doubtless, by the inflation' of th* currèwttf ,,n .d shrinking value. Gen,' TobmÖF said: 1 he presses in the treàknrv were used in the day-time to print money for the government, and the nigrgers that turned them were allowed to run them at ui gilt to print their wages with." Lord iHacauluy on I>e<*oit#re Dress. , Ij< ? r<l '' Iacaulri J found time in the midst of his literary and other labors to cast his eye over at fall-dress affair or two, and he gives this advice to those ladies in d 'iol kte who may or may not have know , whereto draw the line: "Tlie dr-ioeU should be so arranged as at once toanswer the purpose.,f modest «uucealmeut and judicious d ispla y. - —Chicago Tribune, The .«seven SeÛioU~ôrÂlaska. The only schools which the national bn* rean of education has under its direct con trol are those in Alaska There a, e sere" schools in that territory, located at Sitka a^sU»'\7' n * e, v; J " c, t x011 Haines. Oun alaska, Hoonah and Bethel, and the total tn!ir ber m, 1 7 f,pil8i8491 The»«« mostly Smhan children, of course N Ke*t for" » Traveler's - Hea«'. A railroad conductor says that ir art*«-*. SebLâ I îmli ei, th thWlSe aml tuckeddoivu ine back under tho coat so that one /»mi S2f Ü2S" " p ""w**>t in SÄITÄSS l Ä, t shoe icvcr -no .viriiol \% -ht. Are "the tur the fra e ani way is are a this j le of the are fat as the the ket no in She her as re she ,__3 s m ST . 5 > II r > 7 öd 3 r.5 ! / .$ x Li 5 : • g r £ £ 9 S lx S • X % * **> Tï Ç : s 5 '£•' S2. t=S at FORE. -6* re the all to the the are in that era ££ öö 5 - .5; Our at ! ~j ►acj 10 thirty been fc*d *"0 Ö) »-3 CO P 1 and the dirt > t*®" and ' NEVADA SALOON. M O N T A X V S T It F, E T . BILLON. BEN H. DETT1ÏEB, Proprietor. EE1S, 10 u Glass; 25 c. Quart. Mixed Brinks ol - all kinds at the liar. Mtlwaukvi Fisher's and Schmidt \ Ga ■ s Beers on Draught. LUNCH aud SCHOONER of BEER, 23c. CALL ON roil vol ii n Doors ? Windows *Va*fb Boot' arid 4 i. Aru riARÜkt MaUl§i-» t ortnorh br ; wo sears t shoe maker ..t Dillon. ,F. guaranteed to ail,ctistoiner 4 . Montana Street, Dillon. : SoMtzlB, »hoe Maker, REPAIRER, 'i.vsx.M K, Miint. ■ustoin boot and ! rst-class work for rt'Nvt-flnul - ", t cn car icvcr returns- no salve- «» purge no sunn -no inlevrupliim tnnn «sinesr. Sufferir .viriiol a simple remedy !.. addressirsr Dr L. \% Anaconda, vi., .» -ht. fit* tmmtlil -dit »V Montana. Aqent for Î3- 8w|k Malady >s»t«*rv > will 1er ills th 'd mrfe LEONARD ELIEL MID-SUMMER BARGAIN SAlEm Sweeping Reductions in prices of 1,1 DRY GOODS!! On Monday, July 12th, we will offer the lolWi«. price» LOWER THAN THEY HAVE EVEpjSlJ"* FORE. PIECES DRESS GOODS PIECES DRESS GOODS PIECES DRESS GOODS ■A.T HALF FRIGE! Including: 5 10 " Black Canvas, " " 90 " 40 " Fancy " " 25 " 10 Sateens reduced to 25 cents, Organdies " 121-2 (i Check Ginghams " 10 4« Plaid 12 1-2 44 LAWNS! LAWNS!! LAWNS!!! REDUCED TO 12 1-2 CENTS ! Summer Wraps! Summer Wraps! Summer Vn AT LESS THAN COST ! SUMMER WRAPS from $1.00 Parasols I IFarasols!! Our entire line of Parasols, which is still complete, isofi HALF PRICE ! UNDERWEAR LESS THAN COST Ladies' Underwear Lese than Cost ! Ladies' Skirts Less than Cost ! 10 doz. Ladies' GOSSAMER VESTS, reduced from 15 to 35 Our entire stock of summer goods must be closed out in tli thirty days. The LOW [PRICES quoted above have sever bet been made in Dillon. Call and take advantage of them. LEONARD ELIEL -A; *»1 --'S. if ,> . - t,*„- ' ' - CHAMIPON LIGHT FRONT 0« STEEL MOWER; Warranted the Lightest, Strongest, Light Draught and most durable Mower in the world ! Do not purchase a Mower until you have examined this the LATEST IMPROVED CHAMPION Csill a,ncl see tixe HEW CHAHPION LIGHT STEEL BtHHSJ Get our Cash Prices on Binders, Mowers, and . for 1886. It is cheaper to purchase new®* than to go to the expense of repairing your o out ones. . HOLLINGSWORTH TIGER & FAVORITE RA The largest and most complete Carriages, Buggies, Harness, Saddle stock of Farming i>»P le Etc., ever shipper •lit'!' - ' tana. rite ter trouble to sliow goods. Call and sec * can please you. _ _-ar DAN. T. CHAPMAN, Man