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12 ino'a 1 1 ! S i 111 8 j 8 1 8 © 30.00 00.00 1 140.00 i il i 1 8 * 8. 8 i 8 8 8 8 « i «0 s id *¥> 5 t* ? 1 8. 8 1 8 8 1 8. a 8 A 8 Ci 1 8 a 1 8 8 © S i i s f\ 1 1 8 8 « 1 i S? ** 8 © 8 00 8 £3 1 * « § s § 9 g ** 8 © 1 i 1 week § s s s 8 ci 8 ia I 1 f J3 • s .3 5 V î i 11 1 S at a! *< /»A Wrongs of Ireland. MICHAEL DAVITT. Oroaxizek of the Land Leaoue. Among the orators and writers who will seek to form and lead public opinion in this country during the coming fall and winter is Michael Davitt, perhaps the man who is most supreme in the af fections of his warm-hearted country men. Xo prominent man living has suf fered equally with him as tiie result of persistent political agitation. Ho Is, be sides. a scholarly and eloquent man. in spite of early disadvantages, entitled In ability ns well as self-sacrifice and per sistent labor, to the extraordinary re spect with which he is treated bv Irish people . n both sides of the Atlantic, and by those who sympathize with the n in their national aspirations. Davitt is now about forty-live voars of age. He was born in the County Mayo, Ireland, where his father was a peasant proprietor. When ho was a small bov in the year 1847, his father was evicted from his farm, and soon al ter died, when Mrs. Davitt nnJ her children went to I-.nglan '. Michael was employed in a factory, where ho lost his right arm. He lived unknown until lfc"0, when he was r. nested in London hs a Fenian, charged with sending arms to his fellow conspirators in Ireland. Ho was found guilty by jury and sentenced to lif ted! years' penal servitude. After serving about eight years of this sen tence in Portland Prison,lie was liberated on a ticket-of-leave. In IHT'.i (,« organ ized the I .and League, n formidable movement which was crushed under the first Gladstone admin ist ration, but which lives again in the National League. His programme is summarized in the following statement : " Fixity of tenu re. ftiir rents, and the establishment or a peasant proprietary. ' The organiza tion ; icw to be a formidable one, uithu «.ofiij.il oVee in Dublin, and iifteen iiiuxiivii, moro or less, loonl l>riuiehc*. It was assisted by a million of dollars sont ii-oni the United Stales. Davitt's share mils work led toiiis imprisonment twice, the lirai time for a year and a half, and the second, four months. White in prison the first of these oc casions ho was elected Member of Par liament for Meath, but declined the honor, believing that to aid in popular agitation was morehelpful tot lie cause lie had at heart. The present is the third time Mr. Dav itt has visited this country. A Mystery. llow tlic human system ever recovers iront Ute bad effects of nauseous medicines orten literally poured into it lor Ute sup positive relief ot dispepsia, liver complaint, constipation, rheumatism and other ail ments, is a mystery. The mischief done by bad medicines is scarcely less than that caused bv disease, if they' who are weak, bilious, dyspeptic, constipated or rheumat ic, would oftener be guided by the exper ience of invalids who have thoroughly tested Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, they would in every instance obtain the speediest aid derivable from rational medication. This medicine is a searching and at the satne time a thoroughly safe remedy, de rived from vegetable sources, and possess ing in consequence of its basis of pure spirits, 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 Only $S. a Tear. A STORM IN TEXAS. _ One of the Pleasures of a Shooplierdar't life— A Bad Klglit Out. It was in April, and the weather was stormy, inky-looking clouds were spread ing across the already leaden sky, and n few heavy drops of rain warned me that 1 must hastily pen my dock of sheep, for it is almost impossible to more them during a heavy rain. I was encamped alone on Juniper creek and; retiring into nty 7 by 7 wedge-shaped tent, I closed it tightly, and prepared for a sleep. 1 was very sleeply from being disturbed the night before by the constant barking of my dog as he alternately chased and was chased by a wolf. The place where I was encamped was open, with no timber save mesquit trees. Three of these grew at the three corners of my tent, and by the aid of them and other trees I had cut and dragged, I formed a wind break on the east, which was the back of my tent, and on the south side. Having confidence in the wind break thus constructed. I undressed be fore lying down, that 1 might rest more than I could if I should, as caution sug gested, lie down prepared for the worst. The ihuuder bellowed, the lightning flashed, and the rain fell in torrents, but about two minutes after my head touched the pillow I was sleeping soundly. 1 awoke some time in the night, mul finding the water running into the tent, I got up to open the ditch with my shovel, and soon went to sleep again. How long I slept I do not know, but I awoke to find the wind had changed from the east to the south, and the rain, driven with great force against tiie side of the tent, fell through the strained canvass in such quan tities that I reached for my oil coat and spread it over me. She next instant the tent was blown down, and the storm shrieked with a mad violence that I never before witnessed. The wind blew in gusts, each gust coming more lively than the last, until I felt the mesquit brush of my wind break pressed between tiie growing trees bearing down upon me; and as the storm increased In violence, it seemed thnt I must be swept away. The tent being wet, it lay flat and smooth with the southwest corner peg still holding. Clutching my bedding and oil coat tightly, 1 braced myself firmly, and notwithstanding the great protection the brash gave me, it was with the great est difficulty that I could retuin my posi tion. The almost continuous lightning enabled me to see. With startling rapid ity the wind whipped round to the north west, and at the same moment I became aware that the water had overflowed my bed, and large hail that would weigh from three to five ounces began to fall, one striking me on the left leg. In great haste I snatched a t li in woolen mattress from under the wet tent and spread it over me for protection, my oil coat having been torn off me with the first change in the di rection of the storm. By this time I hud become wet, and the cold north wind chilled me thoroughly. Fortunately the storm abated, and my clothing being saved to me almost by a miracle, I dressed with wet garments, my teeth chattering. One step brought me to where my large provision box had stood, but it was vacant, the box of pro visions had been blown away, and but two pieces of it could lie found the next day.-—Tom Green County (Tex.) Cor. New York Sun. The Manufacture of ".Stick" Candy. The '-stick'' candy which seems to be an indigenous American product, is ordinary "A" sugar boiled down with water and a little cream of tartar to prevent crystal lization. The mass is taken in batches ot abont fifteen pounds to a marble table, where it is kneaded like bread, and the flavoring and coloring worked in. The paste then goes to the "pulling hooks," where for five or six minutes it Is pulled and twisted. Thence it returns to the marble table, kept hot, on which is worked the candy into its final shape. Stripes uiv pressed into the batch, two feet long and a foot thick:, and it i» then drawn and twisted till the proper size of the penny "stick." the right length of which is clipped off by huge scissors.—Chicago Herald. • Men Who lic;ii-escutcd Three States. Tnc only man who has represented three states in tiie l'idled States was the late Gen. .James Shields,who was senator from Illinois, afterward from Minnesota, and subsequently from Missouri. Matthew Lyon was the only man who has been elected tv representative to congress from three states—first in Vermont, second in Kentucky and third in Arkansas. He died August 1, 18S", before taking his seat as representative from the latter state.— Chicago Journal. How They lluilil »11 Itnly. Ulte way they build in Italy is indicated by the following passage from a letitr front Naples: "I looked down from i he balcony of my hotel and watched some masons at work just across th« narrow street. They were laying outside wails three feet thick, and walls of two lW,>t be tween the rooms. The rising structure seemed to be a jail or a bank. I inquired and found it was designed for an elee.ua private residence."—Exchange. A lie port on Itallrnuil Axles. A special committee on railroad axles has reported that iron axles are safer than steel axles; that all cranks should have the webs hooped; that as iron cranks ap pear lo fail after running some -JOO.oVi miles, and steel after 17o,Uuii, it is highly desirable thill they should be takeif off aiul not again used on passenger engines: and thut crank axles, properly construct ed, are as strong as straight axles.—Chi cago Times. Jl«»l ot a French Workingman. A Bordeaux journal describes the din ner usually provided for workmen in n«t city. A large plate of vegetable aonp, cost 3 cents; a large piece of bread, 2 cents; a large plute of red haricot beans, cast 2 cents: half a plate of roast veal—the quan tity being ample for au ordinary man cost 4 rents; a plate of rice, 1 cent, ««i half a bottle of vine ordinaire, cost 4 cents; so it will be seen u fair dinner was provided, with half a bottle of wine, forts rents.—Detroit Free Ihres». s g > pG £ a E r o 7 9 » -É* c-a <"Z r H-Sr T gîfÿS •ï! - -g £ X agjfes sVi = £ §-Sr|8-a i l? = I r. a k#- — v? SPjL*' SSii? ? sr s = = = h £0 b=d CO V. •-a • NEVADA SALOON. MONTANA STREET, DILLON SEN H. DETTMER, Proprietor. BEER, 10 c. a Blais; 25 c. Quart. Mixed Drinks of all kinds at the Bar. Milwaukee, Fisher's and Schmidt Ji: Ga mer's Beers on Draught. LUNCH and SCHOONER of BEER, 25t*. CALL ON C-E-Hayward. FOR vont Screen Doors a Windows Lower End of Montana Street, Dillon. Fraulx SoliiaW, Boot and Shoe Milker, AND HABNESS REPAIRER, Main St., B.\xx /u k, Mont. Formerly for two years Custom boot and shoe maker at Dillon, /First-class work guaranteed to al customers. Instant relief—Ann never returns—no su . —no interruption bo learn of u simple rent ry, Anaconda, Mont.r female monthly pill- ft ly troubles. t ure in ten days—ihe malady L no purge—no -unoo.itorv 1 IU business. Sufferers wifi ic fdv bv addressing Dr. L. Ter . Agent for Dr. Bartlett's nervous debility arsi month 2» LEONARD ELIEL MID-SUMMER BARGAIN SALfi, Sweeping Reductions in prices of "i 1 ! On Monday, July 12th, we will offer the foiw at prices LOWER THAN THEY HAVE EVEBuSl * FORE. BEE i PIECES DRESS GOODS » PIECES DRESS GOODS K PIECES DRESS GOODS 3 -A-T H AL i F -tr'JrilGjji Including: 25 pieces Worsteds, reduced from 25 to 12 1-0 5 " Black Canvas, " " 9 0 " 40 . 10 " Fancy " " " 25 « 10 Sateens reduced to 25 cent« Organdies " 121-2 « Check Ginghams " 10 « Plaid " " 121-2 " LAWNS! LAWNS!! LAWNS!! REDUCED TO 12 1-2 CENTS ! Summer Wraps ! Summer Wraps ï Summers AT LESS THAN COST ! f SUMMER WRAPS from $1.00 up Parasols I Parasols Our entire line of Parasols, which is still complete is oil at HALF PRICE! * UNDERWEAR LESS THAN COS' Ladies' Underwear Less than Cost ! Ladies' Skirts Less than Cost ! 10 doz. Ladies' GOSS AMER VESTS, reduced from 75 to 35 Our entire stock ot summer goods must be closed out in the t thirty days. The LOW PRICES quoted above hau- never k been made in Dillon. Call and take advantage of them. LEONARD EL IEL _ _ Sebree, Ferris & White t ••■•V SB jf&i.+j, msm Pit* ifb& CHAMIPION LIGHT FRONTCll STEEL MOWEB; Warranted the Lightest, Strongest, Lights Draught and most durable Mower in the world ! Do not purchase a Mower until you have examined this the LATEST IMPROVED CHAMPION' Call axLd. see tlie NEW CHAMPION LIGHT STEEL BINDE! --- ---- * ■ (>--— Get our Cash Prices on Binders, Mowers, and for 1886 . It is cheaper to purchase new mach* 0 than to go to the expense of repairing your old out ones. HOLLINGSWORTH TIGER & FAY0R1TE m ons. tana. The largest and most complete stock of Farming Inipk'iiH * 11 ^ » Carriages, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Ktc., ever skippo 1 Xo trouble to show goods. Call and see u* or write M l ,llvt We can please you. DAN. T. CHAPMAN, Manager