The Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1881-1941, March 30, 1900, Image 3

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LEVI STRAUSS & CO SPRIie BOTTOM PINTS ^ .**:*..>.v— • Airis Dewitt was in town from Bed* root Monday. ' Mayor Morse returned from Malison county points Saturday. M ibs Maud Hill, daughter of Emerson Hill, of Bedrock, visited. Dillon friends last week. The foundation stone and sand for the new wmeuouae to be built by John W> Morton, on Idaho street, is being- hauled this week. 1 We ‘ Local News. THE DILLON MABKKT. These are prices paid for produce al wholesale at the time of going to press. Butter per pound, Eggs, per doz - Potatoes, per owt. Wheat, per owt. - Oats, per owt. Timothy, baled, Blue joint, baled, Wild hay, baled, • Alfalfa, - .20@ .25 • .180 •750 .90 - .75@ .90 1.00@ 1.05 10.00010.50 9.50010.00 - 7.500 8.00 7.000 7.25 • O O O O O O O O » O O O W H W O O l H K K M M l f Hair Dressing Parlors MRS. MURREY BROWN O F B U T T E , Will be Found a t MBS. ANNA HART’S a Manicuring, Chiropody A Scalp and Facial Massage j o o e o o o o e o o o o i N w o o o e o i M i o o i DILLON AND VICINITY. A fine line of ready-to-wear hats at Mis. Hart’s. 12tf H. R. Paddock was in town from Red Rook Monday. Joe Paris of Bannaok paid Dillon a visit the first of the week. Ratston Barley Food, something new, at 10 tf CROWELL’S. George Gray; the \vell-known hotel man of Bannaok was a Dillon visitor Monday. Miss Luoy Grannis of Butte, formerly of this city, is visitiug with friends in Anaconda.-“-Standard. Dan Ward returned from a few weeks’ visit to Michigan friends Sunday night. He reports a pleasant visit. For Sale—A Clyde stallion, good breeder and sure foal-getter. Call or address, Wilson Brothers, Dillon, Mon­ tana. 12-4t* According to the Madisonian, “W. L. Williams, a popular young gentleman of Dillon was in that city on business last Saturday.” For Rent—Lodging house doing good business, either furnished or unfurnished Next door to Metlen hotel. Mrs. G. W - Emeriok. 12-2t* Dr. M. A. Miller returned Sunday night from a trip to Merour, Utah. He reports the quarantine still on in that flourishing camp. Under Sheriff Moore was on the sick list for a few days during the latter part of last week. Grip was his ailment and he returned to duty Monday. You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well. If you feel “out of sorts” take HERBINE, it will brace you up. Price, 50 cents. Williams Drug Store. Robt. J . Gray who enlisted in Co. E and went to the war in the Philippines from Dillon, after spending a few months with relatives in Canada, returned to Dillon Tuesday. The results of an over-indulgenoe in food or drink are promptly rectified, without pain or discomfort, by taking a few doses cf HERBINE. Price 50 cents.' Williams Drugstore. Mrs. Hart is making over hats that look like new. 12tf Ernest Townsend and Henry Langley were down from Argenta Wednesday. Joe Kellogg and N. J. Davis, Jr., were Dillon visitors from Virginia City Tues­ day. “Best on Earth” for your nerves and kidneys—Celery Gin Tonic. At all first- class bars. 12-4t* H. F. Jaokson and wife were in from Bannaok Tuesday to attend the Conners- Tash wedding. On March 28th Fred Frusley filed a water right claiming 320 inohes of the waters from Swan creek springs. J. D. James, Fred Schlegelmiloh, R. T. Wing, Tony Barrett and Bert Williams went to Butte Monday night for a brief visit. Have you a cough'!1 A dose of BAL- ARD’S HOREHOUND SYRUP will Price, 25 cents and 50 cents. Williams Drug Store. Charles H. Karren was in town from Marysville, Idaho, Wednesday to attend the funeral of his half brother the late John Hirsohman. W. 8. Barbour hai filed a suit for di­ vorce from Mary C. Barbour. Frank D. Lingenfelter and Guy Stapleton are at­ torneys for plaintiff. Wanted—Position on a ranoh by man and wife with one child. Best of refer­ ences given. Address J. W. H., 1018 E. Galena St., Butte, Mont. 12-3t* Tom Mulany, B. F. White and Mar- celles and W. S. Pyle were in Butte Tuesday an business connected with the Cox & Pyle bankruptcy case. Not cheap goods at cheap prices; not one or two articles at cost prices; but every article of guaranteed weight and quality at cash prices is the policy of lOtf CROWELL. Bert Williams leaves early next week for Bonacoord where he has entered the employ of the Coast oompany and will keep the books of the concern during the present season. James Murray has resigned his post tion with J. W.Morton and has been succeeded by Frank Curtis. Mr. Mur­ ray will devote his time for awhile to “twisting bronchos.” M. F. Howe came over from Dillon last Thursday. Ho will leave in a few days for Bannaok where he has accepted a po­ sition on the dredge, which will start up about April lBt.—Salmon Recorder. Mrs. J. L. Teal, nee Blanche Miller, oame down from Butte Tuesday, evening and is visiting with her father and Dillon | friends. Her hUBb&nd will be down to­ morrow night and accompany her home. An Indian bought a bottle of Florida water at Kenney & Edwards’ drug store and drank it, and in consequence there is one more good Indian who has passed to the “Happy Hunting Ground.”—Salmon Recorder. Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles, sparing neither age nor sex. TAB­ LETS BUCKEYE PYLE OINTMENT cures the moBt obstinate oases. Price 50 cents in bottles, tubes, 75 cents. Wil­ liams Drug Store. Says the Madisonian: Louis Dudley and Harry Corlett of Birch creek, Beav­ erhead county, were in the city Friday eoroute to Red Bluff. Mr. Dudley has just returned from a visits to his former home at Waverly, lias. A marriage license was issued Tuesday by Deputy Clerk Virden to P, H. Con ners, age 36, a native of New York, and Miss Ora E. Taab, age 21, a native of Iowa. Both are residents of Bannack. L£wis Ackerman, Goshen, Ind., says: ■ DeWitt’s Little Early Risers always bring certain relief, cure my headache and’never gripe.” They gently cleanse and invigorate the bowels and liver. Williams drug store. It is not necessary that a person be a a freeholder in order to hold the office of school trustee is the brief opinion of the attorney general, rendered for Peter Lpwery of Bntte, who deBired to know if a traatrahad to b e* taxpayer. ^ _____ _ To secure the original witch hazel salve, ask for DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Stive, well known as a certain cure for piles and skin diseases. Beware of worthless counterfeits. They are danger­ ous. Williams drag store. Fred Huber waa over from Virginia City Saturday on a visit to his brother Ed. Lloyd of the firm of Lloyd Bros., butchers, of Bannack, was in town after lumber for his new house. He reports considerable repair work as being done on the dredges and that they will in all probability begin work about the first of April. Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Milesburg Pa., sayB, “As a speedy cure for ooughs colds, croup and sore throat One Minute Cough Cure is unequaled. It is pleasant for children to take. I heartily reoom- mend it to mothers.” It is the only harmless remedy that produces immedi­ ate results. It cures bronchitis, pneu­ monia, grippe and throat, and long dis­ eases. It will prevent consumption. Williams drugstore. No school in this conn ty should be | without a map of the United States as the superintendent of Missoula county has learned that by sending 80 cents with a request for a map to the secretary of 1 the interior at Washington, D. C., they will receive in return a fine map, mount­ ed on cloth and 4x7 feet in size. This map shows the location 'of military and Indian. reservations, lakes, rivers and railroads as well as the government sur­ veys of the states. The map is an ele­ gant one and should be in every school. I t is sent postpaid at the price stated, oarry MoCondray’s M & M tea, the best package tea imported into the United States. Price 50 cents. - Dillon Cash Grocery Co. lltf George H. Howard on Wednesday filed for record a lease, granting to James Maddox the use of the Howard ranch for a term of five years. Harry Gilbert has accepted a position as bookkeeper'in the First National bank. His place in, the State bank has been token by Rud Cows wanted—12 or 15 good milk cows Must be choice stock, Shorthorn or Dur­ ham strain and young. Must be fresh or ooming in. Address all communications to I b i b u n e office. 12-2t* The Oregon Short Line is making a test of one of the Richmond compound engines, No. 2,476. It is being tested upon both passenger and freight trains. Just now it is on the Utah division. To allay pains, subdue iniiammation, heal foul sores and ulcers, the most sat- j isfaotory results are obtained by using ' BALLARD’S SNOW LINIMENT. Prioe, 25 ote. and 50 cts. Williams Drug Store. A divorce was granted to Helen E. Kupfer from J. H. Knpfer in the district court of Silver Bow county Monday. Failure to provide and cruelty was alleged us the cause of the severance of the marital ties. ■* If your child is cross or peevish, it is no doubt troubled with wormB. WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE will remove the worms, and its tonio effect restore its natural oheerfulneBs. Prioe 25 Gents. Williams Drug Store. Messrs. Sandahl and Taylor, proprie­ tors of the Butte C. O. D. laundry, were in town Saturday, looking over the field and may deoide to establish an agenoy here. They had been to Madison county where they have some mining interests. Ralph White, son of Governor Wbitei was quite ill last week but iB all right again. Mrs. White delayed starting for California several days on account of his illness. Miss Carolyne is muoh better and has resumed her studies in Mills Semi­ nary. The Dillon Euobre club held its last rogular mooting at the home of G. T. Paul. The prize, a beautiful china vase, was won by Mrs. Emil Timer. Refresh­ ments were served. The next meeting of the d u b 'wilbije npid this e »euiug at Mr. Timer’s. Mrs. Harriet Evans, Hinsdale, 111., writes, “I nover fail to relieve my children from croup at once by using One Minute Cough Cure. I would not feel safe with­ out it.” Quickly cures cougfis, colds, grippe and all throat and lung diseases. Williams drag store. A carload of beans,\one of beer, two of lumber, one of agricultural implements, one of Crested Bntte hard coal, one of salt, two of smoked meats, one of cereals, one of buggies; two of mining maohinery, about ten cars of mixed merchandise, constituted a part of the freight received at the Oregon Short Line warehouse for onr local merchants daring the past week. The outgoing shipments during the same time were ten cars of oats and hay and one car of ore. At the Loughridge place, three miles from town, a nine-pound girl baby came on Friday, the 23rd, to make happy the home of Mr. and Mrs, Martin Sorenson. A “sixty-three” card party was held at the borne of Edwin Norris Tuesday even­ ing last. The ladies’ prize, a china.cream aad sugar set, was won by Mrs. W. A. Jones. The gentleman’s prize, a china dock, was won by Prof. Pasmore. Re­ freshments were served after the game was finished. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. Timer, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Conger, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morse, Mr. and Mrs. H. J Thomp­ son, Prof, and Mrs. Pasmore, Mrs. Fyh- rie, Mrs. French, Mr. Wing, Mr. M. A. Fyhrie, Mr. A. Stamm. Don’t forget when baying Easter hats | that Mrs. Hart has the prettiest line in | the city. 12tf William Roe and wife returned yester - 1 day morning from an extended trip to | California. Frank Benton of Argenta, who is work­ ing on the Tilden mine, was in town I Wednesday. Along with undertakers goo'ds E. H. 1 Brnndage has a good assortment of mon- umenfalwork,. Oscar Fletcher 12-2t who is leasing on the Gladstone mine, was in -town from Ar­ genta yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O Metzel, who passed the winter in Dillpn, have gone to their ranch, near Puller Springs for the summer. William Allen and William Davis brought 18 coyote hides to County Clerk Taylor who issued a bounty script Mon­ day for the same. Thos. But ter wood, of Salt Lake City, filed two water locations, claiming 1,500 inohes of the waters of Ruby creek in the Big Hole basin on the 22od. T. B. Craver of Medicine Lodge was in town Wednesday. He visited his daugh­ ters who are attending school here and returned home the same evening. Wilford Virmillion was home to spend Sunday with his parents and friends. He returned Sunday night on No. 8 to take a regular messenger’s run between Huntington and Green river. The state land board has refused to sell the Oregon Short Line a quarter sec­ tion of school laud ‘at Lima, for which it | offereddJlO an acre. There is a valuable spring on the land, aud tho board thought the lend worth more than the sum of fered. Tomorrow afternoon and evening will be the Inst opportunity to register for the city eleotiou, and those who do must have i a witness to prove that they were out of town or otherwise unable to register at the regular time. Corrections and alter­ ations will also be made at that time, Mr. and Mrs. L. Malloy and daughter Valma visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Virmillion and continued on their way home Sunday morning on No. 10. Mr. Malloy and Mr, Virmillion are old acquaintances, both running trnins on the same division for the Union Pa­ cific in Wyoming. „ - Look at your tongue. Is it coated? Then you have a bad taste in your mouth every morning._ Your appetite is poor, and food dis­ tresses you. You have frequent headaches and are often dwzy. Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipated. There’s an old and re­ liable cure; DILLON INFORMATION CARD Other minerals agrifcultnral and Don’t take a cathartic dose and then stop. Bet­ ter take a laxative dqse each night, just enough to cause one good free move* ment the day following. You feel better the very next day. Your appetite returns,, your dyspepsia is cured, your headaches pass away, «your tongue clears up, your liver acts well, and your bowels no longer give you trouble. Price, 25 cent!. All druggist«. “ 1 hove \taken Ayer’s Pills for 85 years, and I consider them the heBt mads. One p ill does me more good than-half a box of any other kind I have over tried.\ Mrs N. E. T albot , ! March 80,1800. Arrington, Kan«. ► H wu.uu.ui«, on me Oregon Short Line rail­ road, 60 miles «onth of Bntte, the greatest min­ ing camp on earth, and 895 miles north of Balt Lake (.Sty, t r la surrounded on all sideaby rich, but practi­ cally undeveloped mining districts, producing gold, silver, copper and lead, a . k « exist.1 «AAij, grazing land*;' \ • Is the home State Normal school in Montana. A epteudid and beautiful building' has been built and an able corps of Instructors employed. - .One of the best, free publio\ sohools in- tha- state. The High School is one of the accredited institutions of instruction in the state. Has lire splendidly built church edifices, lib­ erally patronised and presided over by talented pastors. They are the Methodist, Presbyterian, Episcopal, Baptist and Oath oil-. Has fine stone, brick and frame residences—as nice in their appointments as any onstem city of many, times its size. Is a remarkable little city in the immber of secret orders. They are. Masonic societies, Knights of Pythias, Odd Fellows, Maccabees, Workmen, Woodmen of the world. Forresters, etc. Many clubs are also maintained. Our publio library is one of the largest in the state. Has hotel facilities and up-to-date accommo­ dations for a city three or four times its size. All trades and professions are, a t present,'am ply represented. Plenty of room for a couple of hundred or more ranchers to raise grain, poultry, prodnee and dairy products for the best market »a earth. Best prices, too. No government land that can bo easily irrigated .-close to Dillon. \Ye have, m Bhort, nice homes, wealthy oiti- zensj prosperous stock raisers, good mining lo­ calities, etc., besides tho best people on earth. I'lenty of amusements and lots of room to grow af - ----- * 1 yet, conservatively speaking. DR. E. P. DUNGAN, DENTIST. Dentistry in all o f its llrunches, Crown and Bridge W ork a Specialty. OVUK C K N T ItA L FH A K M A C Y . D. W. CALLAHAN. General Blacksmithing Forging and Interfering Horses :: a Specialty. :: CALL AND THY MIC. A HARMONIOUS CAUCUS- Rev. W. E. Sitzer, W. Caton, N. Y. writes, “I had dyspepsia over twenty years, and tried doctors aud medioines without benefit. I was persuaded to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me front the start. I believe it to be a pana­ cea for all forms of indigestion.” It di­ gests what you eat. Williams drug store. Notice—Anyone interested in the or­ ganization or, reorganization of a Sunday sohool in his or her com­ munity, or if desiring to form home classes, he or she would do well to cor­ respond with Edwin M. Ellis of Helen» Mont., who is prepared to render assist­ ance to such persons anywhere in the Btate of Montana. 12-4t R, V. Blanton, and Dug Newcomer, ac­ companied by Barney Howe and Sid Houk, pulled' out with supplies for thé scene of their mining operations near the Nomination« for Aldermen Made at the Court; House Monday Night. A harmonious crowd wbb the one that gathered at the court house -Monday evening iu response to tho call made by the city oouneil. Mayor Morse called the meeting to order and stated that an alderman from eaqh ward was to be se­ lected. The residents of each ward then got together and perfected an organiza­ tion, the business transacted being as follows: , | First ward—G. T. Paul, obosen chair- man, and H. R. Melton, secretary. The chairman then appointed Fred Waldorf, Goorgo G.|Taylor and Roy 8. Conger as judges and announced that nturinations were in order. B. F. White and A. L. Stone were the nominees. The vote woe White, 18; Stone, 7; and Mr. White was declared to be the nominee for the first ward. Second ward—Leonard Eliel was oleot Battle Ground, where the two men last ed ohairman, F. C. Kress secretary and mentioned will represent on eight claims W, S. Pyle, Pat Phillips and which were filed on a couple of months ago. The ground is thought to be val­ uable for dredging and the owners are already negotiating with capitalists who are looking after propositions of this kind. The ground is now owned by citi­ zens of this place, Bannack and Dillon Breezes. B e a u ty Is U looil Deep, Clean blood means a clean skin. No beauty without it. Qasearets, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean, by stirring up toe lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body Begin today to banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads, and that siokly, bilious complexion by taking Cascareta- beauty for ten cents. All druggists, sat­ isfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. Official N o m inations. Official nominations of the city officers to be voted for at the annuual city elec- Martin Innos were the ju Iges appointed. Leon ard Eliel waB the only name presented for the nomination and the ballot showed he was the unanimous choice for alder­ man of the second ward Third ward~R. J. Moore was chairman nnd Walter Crowell secretary. The judges were, Geo A. Barton, Wm. M Knapp and Geo. Wolfe. O. M. Best Best was nominated but be declined and nominated W. M. Knapp, who was then obosen by a unanimous vote to be the candidate in the third ward. A. L, Stone. Leonard Eliel and H. D. Brninnrd are the retiring aldermen. R n u n n u u s Sales o f Twii Steps. First Sousa with his “Liberty Bell” two-step gave an idea of the popular de­ mand for a really good thing. Then Kerry Mills followed with “Georgia tion of the city of D í II od , Montana, to be Camp Meeting” and “Impecunious held on April 2,1900. and sistenfand to ffiôétIhiâ- friétidr'Jèise Hal), o f Virginia City, who baa bean v ia -, iting with bis mother and brothers in Philadelphia during the past winter. - Kducsts T o u r Bowels w lth Cascareti. O&ttdy Cathartic, cure constipation fer­ rer. Hkk25a lf 0 . 0 . 0.faü,draggiat» mCind money. v S. E. Bickford of Virginia City who crossed the plainB in 1863 and was one of the first of toe stampeders to reach Alder gulch, died in Virginia City last Thurs­ day morniDg and was buried the follow­ ing day. He crossed the plains from Colorado, first locating at Bannack, in this county, in 1863. For the past thir­ ty-six years he has been an almost con­ stant resident of Virginia City, but for awhile iu the seventies lived on the Madi­ son valley where bp had a ranch near the Cooley place and was engaged in the cat­ tle business. He owned a two-thirds in­ terest in the Virginia City water works and leaves his wife aDd four children in comfortable circnmBtances. He born in Saco, Maine, 68 years ago. was CITIZEN’S TICKET. For Alderman—First ward: B.F. WHITE. For Alderman—Second ward: LEONARD ELIEL. For Alderman—Third ward: WILLIAM M. KNAPP. State of Montana, County of Beaverhead, City of Dillon, as. I, John G. Willis, city clerk of the city of Dillon, Montana, hereby certify that the above is a true and correct list of nominations filed in my office for the offioes therein named. In witness whereof I have hereuuto set my hand this twenty-eighth day of March, 1900. J no G. W il l i s , It , City Clerk. 1 Davis,” of which latter’it is asserted 265, 000 copies have been sold. Now evgry day brings orders for the new favorite, \Dance on Friday Night,” and what the high water mark will be no one can tell.^ —Chicago Tribune. All the latest songs and two-steps for sale at Tribune store. On the Maggie Gibson Grouiul. Phil Conrey, one of the pioneers of Alder gulch, wbb in town Monday on a brief visit. He stated that the dredge boats now working on the property sold by him to the Conrey and German Bar pluoer companies, a few years ago, will be ready to start up soon, some heavier maohinery being installed at present. In the opinion of Borne placer experts, Mr. Conrey says, the dredge system now used will not handle the gravel of that district to a good advantage as the gravel is ce­ mented too hard. A set of buckets suoh as are used at Baunaok, whioh will or­ dinarily last for several seasons, will wear out after n few,months’ use in the gravel beds of Alder gulch oaDyou. W ant u New Trial. Says the Inter \Mountoin of last Fri- duy: F. D. Toms and J. J, Cusjck have notified James A. Murray that they in­ tend to move tor a new trial in the suit brought by them against Murray some time ago to determine title to a block of. stook in the Pocatello Water oompmy, and whioh was won by defendant. The ground upon which the case is to be based is alleged irregularity in the pro­ ceedings of the court and abuse of tho discretion by which the plaintiffs wore prevented from having a fair trial; also alleged insufficiency of evidence to justify the dooisioh nnd order mude', Mrs. Geo. Mudd has been q u i t e ill thd post week but is recovering. IV «0 W ill t pale, anaemic g irls w food to enrich | their blood, give color to ! their cheeks and restore their health and strength. It $ need Thin, a fatty i s $ safe to say that they nearly $ all reject fat with their food. « Two M illions a Year, When peopleo buy, try and buy again, it means they’re satisfied. The people of the United States are now baying Oas- oarets Candy Grtharfio at the rate of two million boxes* year and it will be three million before-New-Tesr’e. It means merit proved, that Cascarets are the most delightful bowel regulator for everybody the year round. Ail druggists, 10c, 25c, 50a a box, cure guaranteed. . TIfKKK FOK ONE. We have received a large consignment of the latest songs,'’ waltzes, two-steps, marches, etc.—most of them published within the last six montha. To give our patrons an opportunity to secure some of this music at a low price we have decided to make* special price for one week only. From April 2nd to April 8th you may have yoar choice of any three\ pieces of music in our collection for one dollar,; One week only, at Tribune store, Dillon. Oall and examine them. ’ Grave* to be Marked. Although a costly monument marks the spot of the Battle of the Big Hole, which occuried in 1877 »when the Nez Perces were on the war path, none of the inividual graves of the brave lads who met a cruel death that day bjpee'lieen'ber- maoently marked. Congress is taking steps to mark the graves of the men who fell in that battle. A short time ago the senate passed the following resolution: “That tbe secretary of war be and is hereby directed to ascertain and report to tbe senate • tbe legal subdivisions of land over which the battle of Big Hole, in Montana, was fought in 1877, and * what, if any, action has been taken, to properly mark the graves of those killed and bnried on or near the battlefield, and to preserve such marks from oblitera­ tion., - ' Sco^fcSjM COD LIVER OIL WITH HYPOPHOSPMTES or LIME* SODA --------------------------------- ---------- ^ | is exactly what they require; § | it not only gives them the im -1 1 portant element (cod-liver oil) | | in a palatable and easily d i - | | gested form, but also the hypo-* | phosphites which are so valua-1 i ble in nervous disorders that I » * | usually accompany anaemia. * | SCOTT’S EMULSION is a 2 R. T. Stevens solicitor for the Salt Lake Heraid waa in town Thursday. Mr. Stevens was highly pleased vrith this vioinity. » fatty food that is more easily | | digested than any other form $ $ of fat. A certain amount of $ % flesh is necessaiy for health. | | You can g et it in this way. § We have known p er-f sons to gain a pound a \ * day wh ile taking i£~ andfi.ao,xUdrtig(itto SCOTT & BOWNE, Cbcmbtt»' N*w r p * |

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