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Dillon*, Montana, Sept. 3, 1SS6.
rxiox PACIFIC SYSTEM.
Utah & Northern Division—Tenth District.
Standard or Mountain Time—2S minutes faster than
old time.
The Passei
STATIONS.
Spring Hill..
Ked itock...
Dillon. ......
Melrose.....
is will arriv
(»oing
South.
12.35 P. in
ii. ! 5 p. 111.
9.50 p. m.
S.05 p. m.
- follows:
Going
North.
3.30 a. m.
4.35 a. m.
MS a. in.
7.45 a. in.
IN T OWN AND OUT.
We understand that Wright Oakley
have dissolved partnership in the publica
tion of the Dillon Examiner.
A sprinkle of rain Thursday was all
the benefit we got from the storm that had
been threatening for a week. People fur
ther down the road fared better, as copious
rains have fallen in several of the towns.
The mining men of Beaverhead are be
ing seriously troubled by the condition of
things in the surveyor-general's office at
Helena, owing to congress cutting from
the appropriation, and thus necessitating
the discharge of a part of the clerical force.
—/»ter Mountain.
Passengers from the west, on the X. P.
railroad, destined for points on the Utaji
and Northern, below Silver Bow junction,
have to lay over at either Garrison or Butte
for about twelve hours. It is a very ted
ious "wait" for those who are anxious to
reach their destinations.
IN' TOWN THIS \V 1 ;KK.
From Bannack: F L Graves, Jas. Hnrby
and wife, Chris. Snyder, Win. Bevan, A.
Gibson, D. II. Henry, G. E. Watson, Chap
man Bros., W. G. Ahillips.
From Horse Prairie; John Jack, Sam
Jaggers, J. H. RiceiJ. II. Nesbitt.
From Argenta: T. J. Connets, C. Behn.
From Butte: Attorney Robinson, Lou.
P. Smith.
From Glendale: John Kbenhack Peter
Wagner.
Big Hole, Geo. Beelier ; Ruby- Valley, A.
Metzel; Salmon City, John Dolan; Red
Rock, E. J. Brooks: Dewey's Flat, Mrs. E.
G. Brvant; Henry's Lake, Gilman Sawtell.
Chestnuts.
How dear to my heart are the chestnuts of
childhood.
The bald-headed jokes that our infanev
knew.
The puns prehistoric we vented in wild
wood,
The ancient conundrums so feeblh and
few.
How fond recollections wiU rise up and
work us,
dear up to the pitch where the briny tears
well,
When we hear Irom the lips of the clown
at the circus,
The moss-covered chestnuts, $o old that
they smell ;
The jokes that were aged before Adam
fell.
Han't Experiment.
You cannot afford to waste time in ex
perimenting when your lungs are in danger.
Consumption always seems at first, only a
cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose
upon you \vith some cheap imitation oi
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consutnp
tion, Coughs and Colds, but be sure vou
get the genuine. Because he can make
more profit he may tell you he has some
thing just as good, or just the same. Don't
be deceived, but insist upon getting
Dr. King's New Discovery, which is
guaranteed to give relief in all Throat,
Lung and chest affections.
Trial Bottles free at N. M. White's Citv
Drug Store.
MIXO N LETTER LIST.
List of letters remaining in the Post Office at DU
ioa, Beaverhead Co.. Montana, for the week end
ing Sept, j, 1SS6, which, if not called for in ;o
.lays, will he sent to the Dead letter office :
Grim, Sim
Nelson, Fred
I'iein, Samuel
Powers, Aug ,
Shuck, narvy
Stroish, Paul 2
Wines, W T
White, Parley I
Willis, A F '
Persons calling for any »I the above letters will
please say "advertised."
T. W. POINDEXTER, P. M.
Jlnothby, W T a
Uaskc.'XVm
Dillingham, James 3
Dixon, John A
lidinger, Isaac
Flick, Johnnie
Fry, Chas 11
Graham, Agnes
Geary, I A
in
at
to
12
of
it
is
Mr.
bly
and
fore
a
and
says
let
a
my
the
and
and
per
KED KOCK LETTER LINT.
List of letters remaining in the Post Office at Red
Ruck, Beaverhead County, Montana, on Aug,
31, iSSti, which, it not called tor within 30 davs, will
be sent to the Dead Letter Office:
A E Cordon, Charles itansen, Chris uansen, X' S
Tingley.
Persons coiling tor anv of the above letters will
please say "advertised." ' OLLIE LORD, P. M.
WISDOM LETTER LIST.
I-ist of letters remaining in the Postoffice at Wis
dom, Beaverhead Co., Montana, for the week end
ing Aug 31, 1SS6, which il not called for in thirty
days, will be sent to the Dead I-etter office :
Mr or Mrs 11 W iiigby, Egbert Freeman. Dr
'I homas Smith, Abram Porter, Mason Maynard 3
Persons calling for any of the aliove letters will
please sav "advertised."
JAMES GEERY, P. M.
WIN
fail. T
Maine.
more money than at anything else by tak
ing an agency for the best selling book
out- Beginners succeed grandly. None
Terms free. Hallet Book Co., Portland,
48
tite
and
Oats,
Egg*,
Drv
Hay,
Fresh
OVKlt THE UAXGE.
Doings of the People of Salmon City,
Slimtp, Oihbonsville, .Junction, Ute.
I Condensed from the Recorder, j
Times are reported lively at Leesburg.
The frame of the Lemhi Valley flour
mill was raised last week.
A large body of high grade ore has re
cently been struck in the Kcntuck mine at
Shoup.
Forty locations have been made in the
new quartz camp at Wood's Basin, Lemhi
county.
The Lemhi county Republican conven
tion will be held at Salmon City Septem
ber iSth.
A big fire has been raging in the moun
tains between Shoup and Leesburg for the
past week.
Mr. Sherman, of Shoup, intends soon to
put a force of men at work «in bis rich
quartz ledges.
D. McNutt was thrown from a buggv at
Salmon and received several cuts on the
head and face.
"Red" McDonald has announced him
self as a candidate for sheriff of Lemhi
county. "Red" will run like wildfire.
The mining outlook for Shoup is very
encouraging. The population is gradually
increasing and real estate is on the rise.
Hey wood, Groomes & Co., at Gibbons
ville, are running their 10-stauip mill day
and night on ore taken out of the famous
Sucker mine.
Joseph Hull and sons are busily engaged
in opening up their valuable placer mines
at the mouth of Hughes Creek, Gibbons
ville. They are putting in u 3-foot flume
and getting ready for high water next
spring.
John Yearian's house near Junction
caught fire one night last week, and was
only extinguished with much energy on
the part of two gentlemen who happened
to be passing the night there, no damage
done, only the lining to the kitchen being
burned out.
J. W. Davis who owns with George
Wentz the group of valuable quartz mines
12 miles below Salmon city, on the west
side of Salmon river, arrived in town on
Monday evening and reported the burning
of his cabin with all its contents. The loss
it estimated at from $800 to $1,000.
LEMHI AGENCY NOTES.
I
j
j
Col. R. XV. Monroe, the agency clerk,
is well liked on the reservation.
Captain Gallagher, Indian agent at Fort
Hall, is visiting Gol. XVoodbridge.
The Red Rock—Salmon city stages be
gan, on the ist inst., to make trips by day
light, which arrangement pleases alt pat
rons of the line.
The new doctor, teacher and matron
have arrived and assumed their duties.
Mr. Doud, the former teacher, will proba
bly remove to Montana.
Harvest is in full blast. XV. XV. Benson !
and bis corps of Indians are working like
beavers to get the crops taken care of be
fore the fall rains commence.
The little Indian kids at the agency have
a young moose which they alternately j>et
and tease, in true aboriginal fashion. The
moose recently changed its color to an
iron-gray, much to the astonishment of the
little "reds."
An E111I to Ron« derailing.
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, 111.,
says : "Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had
a running sore on my leg for eight years;
my doctors told me 1 would have to have
the bone scraped or leg amputated. I used
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters
and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
and my leg is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bottle, and Bucklcn's Arnica Sake at j^c.
per box by N. M. XVhite, City Drug Store.
liraee Up.
\ ou are feeling depressed, your appe
tite is poor, you are bothered with Head
ache, you are fidgetty, nervous, and gen
erally out of sorts, and want to brace up.
Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring
medicines, or bitters, which have for their
basis very cheap, bad whisky, and which
stimulate you for an hour, and then
leave you in a worse condition than before
What you want is an alterative, that will
purify your blood, start healthy action of
Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality,
and give renewed health and strength.
Such a medicine you will find in Electric
Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at
N. M. White City Drug Store.
DILLON PRODUCE MARKET.
[Corrected Weekly by T. W. Poindexter.]
WIIOI.ESAI.K l-KK KS.
Flour, per 100 pounds.......................• §
Oats, per too pounds.......................
Potatoes per too pounds.....................
Butter, per |xmnd .........................
Egg*, per dozen............................
Drv Hides, per pound........................
Timothy Seed..........................
Hay, baled, per ton..........................j,
Wheat, per 100 pounds........................j
Fresh Pork, per 100 pounds...................
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at
KLDKR 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,
Engle Rock, "
Blackfoot,
Fish Creek, Mont.
Glendale,
Dillon,
L< « er Beaverhead,
lit na,
S.
-<>
Sept.
Oct.
FIRST MEETING OF THE
Bellevue Driving Park
ASSOCIATION,
Bel 1 vue,
Idaho.
I itesilny, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday,
September 7,8,9, and 10.
PURSE, - - - $4,500
Arrangements have been completed with the
I managers of the leading racing stables in the West
j to enter their best stock to compete at the lorthcom*
j ing Hellevue meeting.
Among the large number of noted horses, the fa
mous pacer
"Billy S.", with a record of J : 14, is included;
also the wonderful young trotting stal
lions "Woodnut," 4 years old, and "Sen
ator," 3 years old. neither of which have
yet been beaten.
From the following list ol last horses, it will be
noted tlml sill
Trotting and Pacing classes and stakes are
well filled.
First Day— Tues, lay, September TUi.
Race No. i—Purse $400. Trotting, 3 minute class.
JohnMcKav, Sacramento, ch g Wells Fargo.
R \V Deal, I.uGrande, Oregon, hr s Waverly.
C It Jeffries, Ilutte Citv, Montana, by- s Moslem.
A C Mason, Willow Creek, Montana, by s Tar
antalus. -
I K Gillespie, Salt Lake City, Utah, by g Blaze
wood.
J W Thirmay, Boise City, Idaho, eh g Harry Mc
Gregor, jr.
Charles Nelson, Hailey, hr
!
Race No. 2—Puvse $av>.
All ages.
Race No 3—Purse (quo.
All ages.
11 Hausier Girl.
» g V
Running, J 4 mile heats.
Running. 1 mile clash.
Second Day- -AVednescbiy, September 8 th.
Race No, .4 Purse £500. Trotting; 2:30 class.
B C Holly, Pueblo, Colorado., by s Senator.
Dr. Deering, I-uGrande. Oregon, hv s Rellclbun
der Chief. .
I 1 R Raker, Helena, Montana, hv g Halali.
Carrie Belle'.
Race No. 5—Running Wood River Stakes. 2 \rs,
old. J-S dash: Ç50 entrance, S 230 added bv As
sociation.
B C Holly, Pueblo, Colorado, ch I Ninina.
Carlisle A Co. Pueblo " h c Corrigan.
HR Baker, Helena, Montana, h c Green Uruitt.
Young & Leigh, Boise Citv, Idaho, f Minneha
ha.
Blevins «V McLaughton, Fort Benton, Montana,
ch Henrietta.
L W Walker, Hailey, Little Flora.
Rare No. 6--Purse $400. Running. 1 mile dash.
All ages.
Third Day—'Thursday, .Sept. Oth.
Race No. 7—Purse $400. Trotting. 2:3s class.
H C Holly, Pueblo, Colorado, cli s XVoodnut.
XV R Baker, Helena, Montana, h g Ralah.
S E I.arable, Deer I-odge, Montana, h m Kasle.
T Carmichael, Bellevue, h g William M.
T Carmichael, Bellevue, bk g Black Bart,
Race No. 8—Purse $300, Running: 3-4 mile dash.
All ages.
Race No. ...—Purse .<8400. Trotting and Paring.
2:44 class.
lohn McKay, Sacramento, ch g Wells Fair.
Isaac Moorehouse, Ilutte Citv, Montana, br g
Badger (pacer).
C H Jeunes, Butte, Montana, ch m Fera.
John C Dergon, Helena, Montana, br g HappyJ.uk
.1 K Gillespie, Salt Lake City, hr g Rlazewood.
Thomas McCoy, Salt Luke, br g Travis (pacer).
Fourth Day
- Friday, Sept. I Oth.
Trotting and Pacing.
Race No. 10—Purse S31X1.
Free lor all.
B C I loll v. Pueblo, Colorado, ch s Woodnut.
I» M P omerov, Denver» Colorado» b *r llillv S
(j»acer).
S Harnes, Salt Kake City, b g I lurry Vclox.
U Harnes, 44 44 bs /)nn Angus (uacer ).
W If Raxiiiotul, Virginia Citv, Mont2na, b s Car
rie Helle.
W II Raymond, " 44 44 h s Dor
tester.
Race \«». ii — I'ursv mile dash.All ages.
Trotting and pacing entries and .»-year old stakes
closed Monday, August oth.
The entries for races Nos. 2, 3, fi, S and 1i close
at 5 p. in. night previous to race.
From the valuable and fast stock entered,
horsemen will readily observe that the
forthcoming Bellevue meeting will proba
bly rank as the finest meeting in the XVest
for the season of 18S6, and as the track is
admitted bv leading turfmen to be one ok
TIIE BEST MILE TRACKS IX THE WEST, it is
confidently expected that exceptionally fast
time will be made tit the coming meeting.
Owing to the large number of applica
tions to attend the races from horsemen re
siding at a distance, the Association have
made arrangements with the I'nion Pacific
Railway company
To carry visitors to tlte Races at half
rates all over their system.
A special through train will be run from
Butte city, Montana, to Bellevue. Idaho.
Also, special through Pullman coaches
from Pocatello to Bellevue, Idaho.
A special train will leave Ketchuin in
the morning, calling at Hailey, and return
ing to Ketchuin after the races.
The citizens of Bellevue and Hailev will
use their best endeavors to make the visit
of strangers to fite famous XX'ood River
country most enjoyable.
T. Carmichael, - - President.
L. Young, - Vice-Pres'f
G. A. McCorxk k, - - Treasurer.
J. II. Harris, - -Secretary.
El
the
DILLON JEWELRY AND CUN STlft
^ dillon, Montana,
MRS. L. KUPFER, PRjpç
Dealer
HOWARD,
AND ELGIN
WATCH^
THE WALTHAM A SPEGIALTl
Also carry a large and well-selected
ttOcko:
the
fa
be
SOLID GOLD JEWELS
of all descriptions.
Fine and complicated VVatch work solicited from all parts ,,f t l u .
try. All work warranted for one year.
Also carry the largest stock of all makes of SHOT (iUXK RIFLE
PISTOLS and AMMUNITION, FISHING RODS ami TACKU
Hunting and Sporting Goods of all kinds at Wholesale and Retail.
vîil DAY & CO^
WHOIiHBAIiB
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).
LIQUOR AND CIGAR MERCHAHli
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
Betiiesda Mineral Vater, and (rimer Alt
--AND
3Dea,lexs in. Œ3sir O-lass^waie.
It:«.» Sillon. BCo&tuut,
OIT
STORE
-AND
ASSAY OFFICE,
BANNACK, MO N T A N A .
J. S. XSADE ft SONS,.....PBOPBZSI
Chemical work of all kinds done. Samples of ore sent bv mail will be proni^lr
attended to. XVrite for terms. :
IMPORTANT NOTICE!
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED!
For the next SIX XVEEKS at the
DILLON ART STUDIO,
One door south of the Triiilxe Office.
f-^lT f*>'ttOgT~a Jill! 1 I' lbiin I |i dozen, $<i: |ier half dozen,$ 4 . Carte 'I«' 1 :,
per dozen, $4 ; per naif dozen, $£. 50 , Our new Cameras and Lenses, which were pitrcliascil al n« !
prices, ensures the best class of work. Faithful Likenesses Taken Instantuiieoiud.v.
tiful* artistic effects obtained from our ne\y and elegant backgrounds, representing choice .«ccih> ,B *
National Park, Our Studio is complete in every respect and fullv ap with the times. Come earl; 1 ' 11
reduction lasts. Views of Dwellings, Ranches', etc., executed où short notice.
_ W. R . I RtAV. Artis
Lower Than The Lowest.
-- «> --
The celebrated Schniidt À Gainer
Bntt© K©gr and. Bottled Beei. 1
Also, Champagne and Still Cider, Ginger Ale, Soda XX at.- and Sarsaparilla.
Lemonade and Buffalo Mead. Saloon keepers will do wel : .y selling Schmidt A'»
liter's Keg Beer, as I receive hut in small lots, three times a week, and therelote>- '
be always fresh.
FRED VICK,
Agent lor the Centennial llrewcrv and Hutte liai 1 . 111 -
BRICK, BRICK, BRICK!!
HI. S-ta Briet M.
M. .1. MeCUNE, Proprietor anil
Contractor
FOR ALL KINDS OK
Mason Work.
ESTIMATES GIVEN
lor making and laying brick, through
out the county. ic^tf
PILESI
Instant relief—Anal cure in ten days—die malady
never returns—no salve—no purge no suppository
—no interruption front business. Sufferers wifi
I -urn of a simple remedy by addressing Dr. I.. Ter
ry, Anaconda, Montana. Agent for Dr. Bartlett's
female inoi.thlv pills for nervous debility and month
ly troubles. • ,,
to
ti
dillon
i*«" « 1,1
"EUREKA.
I have discovered brick clay. an.. "' ^ ^
pared to quote prices on brick tlud "I 1 "
and quality the famous Milwaukee !' r,c ' ^ ;
to state I am in Dill"" s,a > :l "'' '
square and legitimate business. ^
ders and see the bottom knock«! ""J ' , , :U
prices. I have. also. IJMF. in w
ti nanti tics for s;i It-.
j J.
Dill«». Mon**"*
Sealed Proposals.
■ • • i I'x'tb*-* U \[
Sealed proposals will Vp.*!v.Tlie'i'1 l
County Commissioners ol 'J 1, .. i""'
T„ until the ist Monday m SM'j« V lu |,iislie"^
... „„o. ....
proiicr grading ol the n> ' y Hoard
Argenta at the June sessum « » ^ part.,
rottd-bed t- îh. not less tli-m - m iuesteil w
siring to bid for abov...... " rL r l
-DCC1 X' t»i- *««« ..... r ,. 1 iiU>lX- u ' -., ■'
iff to bill for above work .a no'V
ine the viewers' report ion s.i I WJs tobe^'r
the Countv Clerk's office. - , ( i ,|, t . 1 1 er* ■
"Froposal" anil he addre- - pi Hon. V
Board of County Commis»!™" •
By order of the * s, ' l ,T j, | ,,,. p. -'^cU
Dillon, M. T..Junc 1 b ' Sy '"

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