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union pacific: system. Utah & Northern t>ivision-—Tenth District. Standard or Mountain Time—2.8 minutes faster than old time. The Passenger STATIONS. Spring Hill..... Uetl Hock........ Dillon............ Melrose.......... Trains will arrive Going South. ..... H..Y5 !>• ..... "-'5 p. m. ---- 0.50 p. m. ..... X.05 p. :n. as follows: Going North. 3.30 a. m. 4-35 a. 111. 5.45 a. m. 7.45 a. 111. »I1AOX PRODUCK MARKET. [Corrected Weeklv liy T. \V. Poindexter.] WHOLESALE PRICES. Flour, per 100 pounds................. Oats, per 100 pounds................. ....... S.vOO ....... 1./5 Potatoes per 100 pounds.............. Hutter, per pound ................... ....... - 5 °' Dry Hides, per pound................ Timothy Seed........................ ........ 9 C. I lav, haled, per ton................... Whv.it, per 100 pounds................ ........ Fresh Pork, per ioo pounds........... ........$7.00 HECLA ITEMS. Mrs. Hudson has returned. Geo. Conway of Glendale wa s here last Sunday. Fires have been raging all around us and have consumed large quantities of timber. John McCutcheon and II. Knippenberg were up looking at the mines last week. They were much pleased with their appear ance. On last Wednesday evening, the people engaged in a social dance, at the boarding house. Good music was furnished, and the evening was pleasantly spent. There will be another one in Tarbell's hall on Thursday, the 26th. Mrs. Tarbell will pre pare the supper, which will be served at her house. A good time is anticipated. About three o'clock last Wednesday morning a fire started in the blacksmith shop. It was first seen by the night fire man, who immediately blew the whistle and the men promptly responded. When they reached it, they found it making such headway, that they were obliged to cut it off on each side of the shop in order to save the tramway and the ore-house. The shop alone was destroyed and the loss did not exceed $25. No blame was cast upon any one. The predictions, in the last report, as to finding ore, were well founded. Ore has been found in every mine that was then prospected, and daily development is ex posing large bodies, which it is reported assay over 350 ounces. Some of the mines that were supposed to be played out and which have been abandoned for years, are now producing ore which was discovered this summer. The outlook for the Hecla mines is better than it has been for a long time. "Alin." DEER LODGE GO. DEMOCRAT». An Anaconna special to the Miner says: The Democratic County Convention which met here to-day has just completed its la bors. One hundred and thirteen delegates were present. There were so many clash ing sectional and personal interests that it could not, strictly speaking, have been a harmonious pody. Notwithstanding the dissensions, the ticket nominated repre sents the entire county democracy, and will undoubtedly receive the unqualified party support of all sections. The main fight centerdd on the nomination for sheriff, which, on the second ballot was secured by Anaconda. The following are the nomi nations: For council, Dr. A. H. Mitchell, Warm Springs. For assemblyman, J. R. Toole, Ana conda, and M. W. White, of Nevada creek. Sheriff, Thomas Daly, of Anaconda. Clerk and Recorder, Thomas T. Ward, Deer Lodge. Treasurer R. T. Kennon, Deer Lodge. Assessor, J. J. King, Phiiipsburg. County Judge, O. Emerson, Deer Lodge. County Attorney, I). M. Durfee, Philips burg. Superintendent of public instruction, Miss M. Wolfe, Deer Lodge. Coroner, John O'Neill, Garrison. Public administrator, G. W. Carleton, Deer Lodge. The delegation to the territorial conven tion goes uninstructed. A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. Capt. Coleman, sehr. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N. Y., had been troubled with a cough so that he was una ble to sleep, and was induced to try Dr. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consum lion. It not only gave him instant relief, but allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. His children were similarly af fected and a single dose had the same hap py efiect. Dr. King's New Discovery is now the standard remedy in the Coleman household and on board the schooner. Free Trial Bottles of this Standard Reme dy at N. M. White's City Drug Store. Job work neatly executed at this office. GI.KXDAI.K NEWS. A gloomy 011II<1<1I< Tin: Hecla work* w ilt shut down. There remains no longer any hope. The great Ilecla Con. Mining Company's works at Glendale will shut down, and the most gloomy part of all is that the shut down is indefinite. The management has never intimated locking up for less than one year. On the 25th when the company paid oil $56,000, and every one seemed happy, the following order was issued, which cast a gloom over every one in tire busy camp: "Employees Hecla Con. M. Co., in the iron department at Norwood, Mont. : The iron mines at Norwood (Soap Gulch) op erated by the Hecla C. M. Co. w ill be closed down indefinitely August 31, 1SS6, at 6 o'clock p. m. No employe in that depart ment will he under pay alter that hour. Employes will call promptly for flicit*pay. By order II. Knippunuerg, Gen. Mgr.'' This settles the question with the mines and reduction works. In a few days the wonderful camp of the past will be largely forsaken and idle. No honest thinking man can blame the management or the company. For four months this company has taken out of the ground some $200,000 which has cost the company some $225,000. Unquestionably the duty of the management is to close these works and keep them closed until all the present unequal things are adjusted. Two things are forcing this calamity upon our county: ist, the very low price of sil ver and 2nd, the very high price of labor, both of which must be properly adjusted. If not righted, then prosperity will remain a thing of the past so .far as Montana is concerned. This inevitable means vastly more than any man can now realize. It affects or will affect every business man, every man, wo man and child in the county. The present general manager has for six long years fought a strong foe, bringing prosperity out of ruin, and order out of con fusion. Whatever Glendale has been or is in the way of prosperity is due in great measure to this one man, and although de feated now by matters beyond any human contrail, he stands out in the community as a living example of energy, integrity and ability. We regret exceedingly that it is the intention of Mr. Knippenberg to soon leave us, and join his family at Indianap olis, where he may take an active part in a manufacturing business, in which he is now a silent partner. For the sake of the many families, of the men, women and children in Glendale, we hope the rainbow of promise will soon be seen again, and that Glendale may ex change its garments of mourning for those of rejoicing. NUGGETS FROM THE BIG HOKE. Geo. Woodworth started for Butte Tues day. The Salt Lake Mining and Placer com pany at Monument are doing well, the shares being up to $100. The hay crop in the Basin is good. Stock is looking well. The ranchers are holding their hay at $14 per ton. B. O. Fornler, of the Hot Springs has a fine garden, and some of the best wheat and oats we have ever seen in the Terri tory. Walter Fox was thrown from his mow ing machine and dragged some distance, the wheels passing over his face and arms. It is a wonder that he was not killed. Tom Low has lost considerable hay. Some one was kind enough to build a camp fire in his hay field. The neighbors had great difficulty in extinguishing the fire. Twenty miles is a long way to get a let ter. Why can't we have a postoffice up at the Hot Springs and get our mail via Ban nack? The distance would be only 35 miles. Mrs. John Paddock and Mrs. A 1 Noyes are the proud mothers each of a bouncing youngster. John and A 1 have stuck their pants in their boots in preparation for a hard winter. Folks are preparing for election, and wondering if the price of the nectar that Jupiter sips has risen. The Republicans are in doubt whether their candidates will have money enough to "set em up." "Q. Cumber." ELDER DUNCAN'S APPOINTMENTS. The Rev. Hugh Duncan, Presiding El der of Butte district, will visit the follow ing places during the first quarter of the new conference year, as follows : Bannack, " Sunday, Aug. 1. Salmon City, Idaho, " « $. Junction, " « « Eagle Rock, « " *< 22 . Blackfoot, " « ** 2 g. Fish Creek, Mont. " Sept. 5. Glendale, " « « i 2 . Dillon, " « *4 Lower Beaverhead, " « 2 o. Helena, « Oct. 3. fytt otyCeo of PRIHTING^s AT THIS OFFICE. Address H. BBUNDAQR. NOT AFFECTED BY AGE. Some old specimens of Royal Bakin Powder that had been kept on the shelf of a grocery store for ten years recently test ed by Professor Sc bed 1 er of New York, for the purpose of measuring the loss of strength they had undergone. It was found that although the powder had been exposed to atmospheric changes during all this time—for it was not in air-tight cans—its loss of raising power or strength was less than one per cent., the powder be ing practically as good as the day it was put up. This is a most valuable quality in a bak ing powder, one which few possess. Most powders if not used when first made are found to be ineffective. If kept even a few weeks they lose their leavening power, become lumpy or caked, and valueless. This is particularly the case with "bread preparations" or baking powders made from phosphates. This superior keeping quality in the "Royal" arises from the extraordinary care in its manufacture, and the scientific prin ciples employed in its combination. The at tides used in its composition are thor oughly dried by heat before being com pounded, and are so prepared and coated as to prevent the action of the acid upon the alkali prematurely, or except tnder the influence of heat or water necessarily used in cooking or baking. The Royal Baking Powder is now used extensively in Australia, Africa, and other low latitudes, where it has been found to be the only baking powder that will with stand the hot, moist atmosphere without deterioration. A NEW DEPARTMENT IN THE COL LEGE OF MONTANA. The College of Montana has now a new chair of chemistry and assaying, under Prof. Chester F. Lee. There will be two courses in this department; a condensed course in assaying in which will be taught the ordinary practical work of the assayer, and a special course, embracing qualitative chemical analysis, Mineralogy and Blow piping, and quantitative analysis and as saying in all its branches. The first course costs $35, the second about $150. Be sides these there is a general course in chemistry, mineralogy, assaying and kin dred branches. ltucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Reum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped, Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruption, and positive ly cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by N. M. White, City Drug Store. TRIBUNE STEAM JOB OFFICE. The facilities for turning out job printing at the Tribune Job Department are equal to those of the best printing establishments in Montana. Our presses arc run by steam and with the latest styles of types and ma terial we are prepared to turn out all kinds of job work. The only cough mixture before the peo pie that contains no opiates or narcotics is Red Star Cough Cure. Price, twenty-five cents. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. Land Office at Helena, M. T., Aug. 25, iSSu. NT OTIC E is hereby given that the following nam , «<1 settler has tiled notice of his intention to make hnal proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will l»e made liefore Robert T. Wing, Deputy Clerk of the District Court in and for Hcav .tend County, at Dillon, Montana, on Oct. 1 , 1880. v!e: John C.F. VanCamp, who 11 e pre-emption declaratory statement No. 50101. he S Ejf section 28, Tp ; SKcj YV. It* names the following witnesses to prove iis continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of said land, viz: Monroe Mann, Robert Kirkpatri.ik, John lanighridgc and Kdirar Freeman, alfof Dillon, Montana. 33-t à S. YV'. I.ANGUORNE, Register Pocket Book Lott. I-ost within the past few days, one leather pocket book, containing a draft on New York for «440 also two pronusory notes drawn in favor of Poindexter c e nc i ra , Wn i' V W,n - Kücken, about the first of March, 1SS5 for $7,700, and one drawn by M. E. ""d Levi Cöx, dated in July, 'SSj, for Sfcoa. descri£ed S n"tes rC notificd not to nc S ot 'utc the above A suitable reward will lie given for the delivery ot pocket book and contents at T. YV. Poindexter's St< Kni » , 00 P- II. POINDENTER. Dillon, August 16, 18S6. Mwf DILLON Milwaukee Brick Yard. "EUREKA." I have discovered brick clay, and am now pre pared to quote prices on brick that equal in color und quality the famous Milwaukee brick. I wish to state I am in Dillon to stay and intend to do a square and legitimate business. Send in vour or ders and see the bottom knocked out of" Ibrmcr prices. I have, also, LIME in small and large quantities for sale. * J- J- CUSICK, Dillon, Montana. * DILLON JEWEUtY AND GUN STBS DILLON, MONTAS MRS. L KUPFER, PR Dealer i a HOWARD, AND ELGIN WATCH THE WALTHAM A SPECIAL Also carry ; ■ a,TV il large and well- Se i e( ec t«Uoci SOLID GOLD JEWELfc ot all descriptions. Fine and complicated Watch work solicited from all p avts ()f (| try. All work warranted for one year. Also carry the largest stock of all makes of SHOT GUN'S rj F j PISTOLS and AMMUNITION, FISHING RODS and TACKl Hunting and Sporting Goods of all kinds at Wholesale and Bétail. T - S 10 EA.EBS ANNOUNCES SOMETHING NEW FOR DILLM Need not send away from home for PAINTS, OILS, GLAS -and WALL PAPER!! AS 1 WILL ALWAYS CARRY A FULL STOCK ON hand W ill duplicate Butte prices on STUCCO PLASTER, PORTLAND CEMENT, ail 23 U Our MIXED PAINTS are Guaranteed. W. T. EASTMAN, Agent, Montana Street, DILLON, Mont.u WHOLH 8 AL 1 B * LIQUOR AND CIGAR MERCHA AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Betbesda Mineral Water, aai Rimer II —AND— XDealexs ira. Sax O-lass-w Montana flit., Dillon. Montana err DBT7& STOSS -AND ASSAY OFFICE, BANNACK. MONTANA. J. S. MEADE ft SONS,.....PRO Chemical work of all kinds done. Samples of ore sent by mail will Ki®®' attended to. Write for terms. IMPORTANT NOTICE! PRICES GREATLY REDUCED For the next SIX WEEKS at the DILLON ART STUDIO, One door south of the Tribune Office. Photosraplia. -Cabinets, per dozen, *0: per liait dozy n , flJ; per dozen, $ 4 ; per naif dofcnTfa.ao. Our new Cameras and Lenses, which îlfi. < Ü*l. cn r urc ^ th . c h p st «dass of work. FalthfUl Likenesses Taken tarait artistic effects obtained irom our new and elegant backgrounds, representing National Park. Our Studio is complete in every respect anufully up with the tun reduction lasts. Y'lews of Dwellings, Ranches, etc., executed on short noticix FnlthfUl Likenesses Taken insw»«»"^ r and elegant backgrounds, represent; ng n every respect and fully up with the tunc.. ... 1 / . r _______..J nittlfP. _ KBÏ» Si*. Lower Than The Lowest. 33-CLtte Alsu, Chamr The celebrated Schmidt & Gainer Keg- axLd. Bottled Alsu, Champagne and Süll Cider, Ginger Ale, Soda Wa<?t ~ gj,, Lemonade and Buffalo Mead. Saloon keepers will do well ->y * § t h<n * ner • Keg Beer, as I receive but in small lots, three times a **»• vlCK< be always fresh. Agent lor the Centennial Brewery