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i«» E ' _,V [PUBUBHDÎÔ-ÜO. flncorooi rated.l IjOOA a ,Sïg „„«BOOK"« 1 Tuesday nig'"* p|^" of°couSty C 8crip ÄeeiÄd »W reward F p. BRADLEY. 35 -". ( receive Jill be g 1,ul - Aug.» 6 ' lSS !T... --— re „TTn>e of E. Coffin. TSSutS PAPEB, aî theCit 15 ü!Ü ore ' «A^nEÏTÏÔRSAX^ , hand säw"inÜBb* sale cheap. Enquire „h, Magnolia Restaurant can get the best board in town, by the ■ h ' b "* ,he " ,e m * rket ' Mrs. M. Bray. Bintlin!? Twine. I. ginda of Self- Bindinjr Harvester.. War . to anv Twine in the Market " P Sebree, Ferris & White Co. j. Noble, and exp#"* to dentist, has gone to the National be absent tor three weeks. mXDK BS AND TWINE. ^ss^ŸÂsrsi2? y icl,ver l.^ for more! besides have a few ani have oral . .. .. f.^1 (o place their or* * Tv .realise! They' are the only Äthe market for which a complete stock -a is kept in the Territory. New Fall Goods. .KTmtk .».U ««■'■ B.hibil.on .1«. aber 15th. Enquire TO KENT. t room dwelling house for rent. '\V. Poindexter. ____ ANTE D—1000 wagons and buggies to ré silié new W agon and Carriage Shop. 1* w TOWN ASP out, R. Selway has discontinued his milk f . L. I. Knapp did not bag any bear, it rambles last week. pie are slow in applying ior marriage set under the new law. educk hunters have been more than lly successful this week, irt. Walters has started on his annual with the threshing machine lot of odds and ends in boys'school sare to be closed out at Eliel's. 37 ecently a fire in the mountains, near ell's, destroyed considerable timber he Baptist Sewing Society met at Phil Poindexter's on Wednesday afternoon he fine weather of this week more than kes up for the disagreeable days of last k. .11 of the furniture and fixings of the 1 bakerv were sold at auction last Sat' here was no meeting of the City Coun on Wednesday evening for want of a rum. hai. Conger's new residence is inclosed in a few weeks the house will be ready occupancy. ew and substantial crossings have been he over the railroad tracks on Bannack 1 Glendale streets. he dog poisoner is around again. Own valuable dogs will have to keep a >e look out for their canines he M. E. Ladies' Aid Society will meet 'he residence of Mrs. Dan. Chapman on J Wednesday afternoon, Sep. 14th. Tne band stand has been moved to the '-■h side of Bannack street, and is now 1:, . v in Iront of Dart's hardware store. ' I- White has sold his photograph busi* Netc., to H. D. Weenink, lately of Mil aNec . Wi»., and he will carry on the bu 5 ' n the future. '" e fanerai of the infant son of Luke ' kr . v took place from the residence of h Barixiur on Wednesday afternoon, father Dois conducting the services. '»" Savage has begun to handle spring s J -'and carriages, having received his • var load this week, lie has them in the Lumber Co. 's warehouse tin T '.' s new building is finished. ht advertisement of the Sacred Heart 'V at Ogden, Utah, appears in an Src °'umn. The academy opened on Ut ' ns *- u, »der more favorable auspices * C ' er **fore, and its pupils register » over Utah and contiguous States heritor ie*. ! ^'' e * CS " S atlent * on to his new ^ s > which are now arriving, by a rooth display advertisement in to-day's hi* widely.known house is noted enterprise. and we can assure our d bv *1* ' hat l ^ e - w '** be greatly inter of '«ltitt * n * n *P*ction of the numerous ta new fall goods. t J. R. Holden has put a new roof on his residence. Reinhardt & Callahan are displaying excellent fresh meats. Eastman & Holden have a conspicuous streamer in to day's Tribune. Preaching at the First Baptist Church next Sunday by Rev. Dr. Clark. For a fine barouche ph;vton top buggv, or spring wagon, go to Geo. II. Savage. J Six wagon loads of emigrants passed through the city on Tuesday, bound north. Geo. H. Savage has just received «a car load of fine carriages of ail kinds. J Moustached men are giving "pedro," "jacks" and "hearts" much time and atten tion. The furnaces at Argenta and Glendale are turning out stacks of silver-lead base bullion. A certain gentleman in town takes his morning exercise by rolling down cellar on a cider barrel. Prof. John Gannon left on Sunday for Anaconda, at which place he is principal of the public schools. John F. Bishop and family left on this morning's train for Helmville, Montana, for a week's visit with friends. W. B. Carter has torn down his house on Washingston street,preparatory to build ing a handsome new residence. Mrs. H. N. Barkley, of White Sulphur Springs, and Mrs. Amede Bessette, of Ban nack, visited friends in the city. M. J- McCune has added to the already fine appearance of his residence by having an ornamental hood built to his house. The wedding set for the 17th has been indefinitely adjourned. The young man can't get his mother's consent to marry. In compliance with the wishes of citi zens of Glendale, Judge Thomas has been appointed a Justice of the Peace for that precinct. Mrs. Wm. Eddy, of Rockford, and Mrs Geo. Eddy, of Pecatonica, III., are visiting their sisters Mrs. Noble, Mrs. Sinead and Miss Carmichael. a The fine Montana-raised watermelons at Thomsen's were sold rapidly. They were nice, and the people appeared to ap predate home products. Miss Reit, Miss Annie Thexton and Miss Della Herndon, catr.e over from Virginia City and proceeded to Deer Lodge where they are attending the College of Montana, The official report of County Clerk McGough, of the proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners, fills much of to-day's paper. It will be scanned with in teresl by tax payers and those interested in roads. Among the outsiders who took in Dillon during the week were noticed F. L. Graves and Wm. Roe, of Bannack; Lan Pickett, Al. Lewis and Robt. Bolton, of Glendale Joe A. Browne, of Big Hole; Wm. Hall of Sheridan; Wm. Shineberger, of Red Rock; and Tommy Thexton, of Virginia The Baptist Sunday School pic nie at Estes' grove yesterday was well attended The Sunday School committee desire to express their thanks to the parties who so generously furnished transportation for the pic niters, and to Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Estes for courtesies extended and kindness shown on various occasions during the day of the pic nie in their grove. ADVERTISING SlICCESSFUEEY. Pointed Suggestions for the Consideration of Our Advertisers. The successful advertiser is the success ful business man, and while it is a com mon saying in business circles that adver tising is the life of trade, many of the busi ness men wno quote and believe in the maxim know very little of the wide and varied field that judicious advertising opens to all legitimate trade. There is as much money practically wasted as is expended in advertising. Costly cards, illuminated cir culars, and all the thousand outside meth ods of advertising do some good in special cases, but in this progressive age, when the newspaper and trade journal are read, the successful method for legitimate business to reach legitimate custom, is by the wise employment of the co'umns of the news paper. Even in newspaper advertising there is much money wasted. Advertise ments should be changed frequently, else the long standing advertisement of a busi ness house, whose run of business varies with the weather or seasons, is liable to get stale. In the prominent journals of to-day the business advertising in their columns is, as a rule, as fresh and sprightly as the news columns, and readers study them because they are both instructive and en tertaining. Our own city business men are beginning to appreciate these facts. More than forty styles of stripe, plaid, brocade and Morie velvets, and Frisees have just arrived at Eliel's- These goods are in the latest shades and match the large stock of newly arrived dress goods. The annual meeting of the Nevada, Eastern Oregon and Idaho Wool Growers Association will be held at Winnemuca, on Saturday, September 17. THE W. C. T. IT. CONVENTION. Tlie Kusine»» amt Exercises Continued Three Days—Oltiears Elected. A The Fourth Annual Convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Montana, was held in the First Baptist Church in this city, beginning Friday, con tinuing Saturday and closing with appro priate and interesting exercises on Sun day evening. The attendance of delegates was not as large as expected, but many of live active, energetic and working ladies ot the L'nion were present. The proceedings of the Convention, if published in full, would fill an entire edi tion of the Tribune. The prepared pro gramme of business and exercises was car ried out as nearly as circumstances would permit, but the unavoidable absence of some of those who were expected to par ticipate, to some extent, lessened tlie inter est somewhat. Mrs. Hoffman was not here and her absence was a disappointment to many who beard her on a former occasion in this city. The papers, essays, poems and aJdresses were unusually good, having been careful ly prepared to cover different parts of the temperance question, which was presented in many forms and ways calculated to arouse a deeper interest in a method of suppressing the evils of intemperance. It is presumed that they will be gathered to gether, revised, corrected and published under the auspices of the Union for gener al circulation among the people. Such a course would seem to be the proper one, for it would present the work of those at tending the Convention in such a shape as to prove interesting reading not only to those engaged in temperance work but to the people at large. The Convention left a good impression here, and if its labors do not bring forth beneficial results it will not be the fault of those taking part in its pro ceedings. At the closing session of the Convention the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved , ist, That we desire to express our gratitude to the officers of the past year, tor their efficient services and ready helpfulness in all the lines of uur work, and especially to Mrs. A. C. Kirkpatrick for her „efforts in the interests of this meeting. Resolved , 2d, That this Convention does most heartily thank the press of Montàna for courtesies extended ; the Northern Pa cific, Montana Union and Utah and North ern railroads, and the stage lines, for redu ced fares and other favors shown our dele gates. Resolved, 3d, That we appreciate the kindness of the trustees of the First Bap tist Church, who so freely opened the church to the convention; to Prof. Firch whose beautiful solos gave so much pleas ure, and to others who assisted in the mu sic our thanks are due; also, to Miss C. L. Dodge, who contributed large boquets of lovely flowers. Resolved, 4th, That we shall hold in grate ful remembrance the families who so hos pitably entertained the delegates, the chil dren of the Band of Hope for their cordial welcome, and the many others who con tributed to the success and pleasure of the meeting. The following is the Territorial W. C. T. U. officers elected for the ensuing year. President—Mrs. L. E. Howey, Helena. Recording Secretary—Mrs. Alma Kirk patrick, Dillon. Corresponding Secretary—Mrs. H. M. Russell, Miles City. Treasurer—Mrs. R. E. Fisk, Helena. The Superintendents are: Prison Work—Mrs. Chas. Rich, Boze man. Organizer—Mrs. W. R. Stevenson,Boze man. Social Purity—Mrs. Kate Tucker, Butte. Public Sellout Kille». The Dillon public school building has been calcimined and thoroughly cleaned, and the school year will open on next Mon day, Sep. 12th. It is hoped that parents will second the efforts of the teachers to promote the usefulness of the school. To this end parents are invited to visit the school often; they are asked to enter with out knocking; not to interrupt the teachers in their work ; to occupy any seal found vacant; to remain as long a» they choose and to pass out or to other departments when they please. The attention of parents is also called to the following rules, the enforcement of which is necessary for the good order and w hoi some discipline of the school : All pupils will be required to present written excuses from their parents for ab sence or tardiness. The teacher may re fuse any pupil admission who is not in his seat immediately after the hell shall cease ringing, or who fails to present a proper excuse for such tardiness Pupils shall be suspended without favor or exception by the principal for any of tne lollowing causes: Presentation of excuses with forged signatures: violent opposition to any teacher; using profane or obscene language while on the school grounds, or making obscene pictures or characters upon any of the school premises or inclosures. In all cases of grievances parents are asked to consult the principal previously to engaging the attention of the Board, or making public talk of wh.it in most cases will prove upon investigation to have been carefully planned for the good of ail con cerned, and in nine cases out of ten diffi culties may be thus settled to the satisfac I tion of all.' L. J. Ks up, Principal. THE HACKS. A Karge Crow»! in Attemlanre—The Win ning Horses—The root Hare. a On Sunday afternoon the races at the Craig Cornell track drew a large crowd, who manifested a lively interest to invest gold and National currency in the results. The first race did not come up to what was expected. It was a 450-yard dash betwten Treasure Box and Clipp. After two false starts the horses got oft' in good style, Clipp leading slightly. Treasure Box pulled up and went over the score an easy winner by eight or ten lengths, with his rider holding him back. Treasure Box was the favorite and his backers made a clean up. The race between Treasure Box and Brown Jug was more closely contested. The riders were the same as in the first race—Budd Dinglev on Treasure Box and Bill Wilson on Brown Jug. Treasure Box won, passing the judge's stand fully Halt a length ahead. In the race between Little Dick and Brow n Jug, Dingley was on Dick's deck and Wil son bandied Joe. Little Dick was an easy winner. The 150-yard race between Prof. Maje and Prof. Fishburn was a dandy. The boys invested coin freely, and as they were get ting thirsty and dry for a drink they took chances on earning money enough on this race to buy soda water and other wet goods. It w as a square race. Fishburn "fetched," and his backers rolled in wealth, which was spent in keeping down pride by pur chasing wet mixtures. More races are talked about, but as yet none have been definitely arranged. Tempe ranee Lectures. J. J. Hickman, 6. C. T., of Missouri, and talker of more than ordinary ability, will speak at Dillon and then make a tour of Madison County and lecture upon the sub ject of temperance. He has been employ ed by the Grand Lodge of this Ter ritory and will speak at the following places and times: At Dillon on Sep. 12th and 13th. At Baker's or Wilconus school house on Sep. 14th. At Twin Bridges on Sep. 15th and 16th. At Sheridan on Sep. 17th and iSlh. At Puller Springs on Sep. 19. At Virginia City on Sep. 20th and 21st. At Ennis on Sep. 22d and 23d. At Meadow Creek or Spaulding on Sep. 24th and 25th. At Pony on Sep. 26th and 27th. At Silver Star on Sep. eSthand 29th. New Railroad Survey». Surveyor Charles Rogers, having com pleted his sui veys over the Madison divide, passed through Dillon a short time since with his party to run a line from the neigh borhood of Beaver Canyon. Of the work In Madison county the Madisonian says that some of the grades over the divide are comparatively easy, and none present any insuperable obstructions to railway con struction. It is more than likely that when the tailroad company builds the Park ex tension, it will doubtless take into consid eration the superior advantages this route presents in the way of business for a road over the Camas Creek line, on w hich there would be absolutely nothing in the way of local traffic to he depended on toward main taining a railroad The chances are large ly in favor of the road being built via the Ruby and Madison valleys. IIiintiiiK anil Flslilngf Party. On Tuesday a hunting and fishing party left the city for a ten days' outing to be spent at Red Rock Lake and in its vicin ity. The party consisted ot Bishop Brew er and Mrs. Brewer, Rev. E. G. Prout and Mrs. Prout, Rev. S. D. Hooker and Mrs. Hooker, and John H. Brundage. The par ty was well outfitted with camping equip ments, guns and ammunition, and fishing tackle. A crack shot and several patient followers of Izaac Walton are in the com pany and grave fears are entertained that before the party returns there will be a slaughtering of game and an extraordinary catch of fish. Drunkenness, or Liquor Habit, can be Lured by Administering Dr. Haines' Golden K|ii'i'i lic it ca n be given in a cup of coffee or tea without tire knowledge of the person tak ing it; is absolutely harmless and will et feet a permanent and speedy cure, wheth er the patient is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunk ards have been made temperate men who have taken Golden Specific in their coffee without their knowledge, and to-day be lieve they quit drinking of their own free will. IT NEVER FAILS. The system once impregnated with the Specific it be comes an utter impossibility for the liquor appetite to exist. For full particulars, ad Goluen Specific Co., 1S5 Race St., Cin cinnati, Ohio. Legal Blanks of all kinds, and Copp's Settler's Guide, and Mining Code always kept on hand at this office. J HONT AN A CONDENSED. From Our Territorial Exchange», amt Other Sources. of on It is predicted that Montana will produce more copper this year than any other country in the world. At Butte Ada Maddux h as been appoint ed administratrix in the estate of C. Maddux, her late husband, who was killed by Clayton near Melrose. Montana hunters report grouse very scarce this season. The cause assigned being the hard winter and deep snow in the mountains as also the wet spring caused by the melting snow. About two hundred bridge carpenters will soon he at work finishing up the tres tles and the bridges on the Marysville branch of the Northern Pacific, so as to get into operation as soon as possible. On Monday I act, near the depot in Ana conda, A. J. Leopold, a breakman on the Montana Union, in attempting to jump on a moving ore train fell between the cars and was killed by a car passing over him. When the Manitoba completes the Mon tana extension there will be a magnificent through train run from St. Paul to Great Falls and afterwards to Helena. The company has twenty new coaches and eight sleepers which will equip the new trains. Messrs. Atkins & Herman have sold the Toledo mine, at Brandon near Sheridan, to Major Daniel Budd, of Butte, for $3,000. The Major will proceed to the develop ment of the Toledo at once, and it is his intention to erect concentrating works at an early day. The Toledo is a very prom ising mine, and, as Major Budd is a mining man of large experience and ample capi tal, it may be confidently expected that the hidden treasures of the mine will soon be brought to light. On the 3d inst Herman Guenther, with a partv of colored denizens of Front street row in Missoula, went fishing on Miller Creek. George Moore of B company, 3rd infantry, Fort Missoula, also happened on the creek. Guenther, coming up behind him, shot him in the back, the ball passing through the body and the right fore-arm. After this Guenther shot himself through the head. Guenther died instantly and Moore lived but a short time. We wish to call the attention of all in terested in fancy work and house decora tion to our line of Plushes, Felts, Lining Satins, Trimming Cords, Pom Poms, Ken sington and Knitting Silks. In addition we will have in a stock of Bangles and Banner Rods in a few days. 37 L. Ei.iei.. j j NEIGHBORING NOTES. Idaho Territory now boasts twenty lodges of Odd Fellows. J. J. Ekel, attorney, was shot, probably fatally, at Plymouth, California, by a mob he was trying to quiet. l'ony Bush, a baker, was cremated in a bakery which was destroyed by fire last Sunday morning at Spokane Falls. The California Central Railway is work ing on a reduced schedule of tares to meet the reduction made by the Southern Paci fic. Two young git Is, Annie and Amelia Thompson, and a man named Brown, were downed near Blackfoot, Idaho, on Sunday of last week while riding in a boat on a sluugh. The Northern Pacific is to gain entrance into Boise City over the Union Pacific's track, and the Union Pacific is to use the Northern Pacific track between Portland and Tacoma. A. G. llawlcy, of ICI ko, Nevada, speaks uiscouragingly of the outlook for winter provender for stock in that section. Salea ble cattle are being gathered up and ship ped to market for beef. -- DILLON LETTER LIST. -- List of letters reinaininir in the Post Office at Dll Ion, Ueaverhcad Co , Montana, for the week end* ng Sept. Kth, iSN-, vhich, it not rail««! for in 30 days, will be sent to lie I>e:id 1 .etter office: lark, Minnie AVville, Mrs Winne .lover, Mii— Lottie Powell, Miss Ann «.ihn ...... 1 rank P Pierson. Il J l.-pi-p-n, Pete Hin ht, Miss 1 an ie |..n. -, Ml Hilev, Miss l-ranki. 1 ..... ■ , \V li J White, ! A 1 .hli-011. Mr Wel.b. William loin—-. I- t ank Williams, «ire. nher V \|. k. n /.ie, A II Whiling, Hi. hard M. l-.li i ■% , W 1 ! Persons calling fo nnv.it the above letter will please sav "a.herds tl." 1 1 w. poinoln ri;it, i* M. i;i . h i;o< K LETTER LIST. List of letters rein lining in the Post (»Hire . t Ited ltock, lira vcrllt-atl Countv, Montana, on Sept. I, iSSfi, which, it not called for within .;<> dues will ho sent to the lh ail Letter «Ittiee: lilair, Miss Nellie La n pro , K Ikirclav, Wm. ( Ilsen, Chris Itaker, t' C « I'l.arv, Timothv Cavanaugh, Mike Patison, 1 S Kvuns, 1* Smith, John Kink, K II Stewart, A K. l-lv, George Sauce, lien, \\ Izatt, Wm li \\ inkieman, I* K J Persons calling 1 .r anv of the above letters will please s:iv "ililvertis cd." Kmkkson IIii.u P . M. GLENDALE LETT ER LIST. List nf letters remaining in the Post Office at Glen dale. Beaverhead Co.. Montana, for the week end ing S. apt. |SS 7 , , which, it* no t called tor in ,pv dues, will he sent to the l>ead U tier »nice. A tide! rson, O K -• Huilant 1, lien Aude rson. 1 h l.Ap.m. «.'has. W Kvret , fall Stephens, Win. II l...l,..r f...ii Per sons . ailing tor any ot the above letters will pleas. ■ sav "advet tised." K. O III LSl/Llt, 1 *. M.