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Dillon, Montana, Sept, io, 1SS6. UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM. Utah A Northern Division—Tenth District. Standard or Mountain Time—aS minutes faster than old time. The Passenger Trains will arrive as follows: ■»»»• Sft 5 Ä Spring Hill............ i J.35 p. m. 3.30 a. in. Ned Rock............. 11.15 p. ni. 4.35 a.m. DiUon................. 0.50 p.m. 5.45 a.m. Melrose............... S.05 p. m. 7.45 a.m. REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES. The Prl marie* tjnlet, But it 1* the Calm Before tke Storm. Last Saturday the Republican primaries were held in the several precincts. As far as we can learn the meetings were quiet and orderly and presented a marked con trast to the noisy demonstrations made by the two opposing factions of the county Democracy. DILLON. Here the primary was held at the court house. Mayor B. F. White called the meeting to order, and C. G. Noble was nominated and unanimously chosen as chairman, and John Gat. non, secretary. As an expeditious way of selecting del egates, it was moved by B. F. White that the chair appoint a committee of five to re port to the meeting the names of four del egates and four alternates to represent this precinct in the county convention. The motion was carried, and the chair appointed as the committee: B. F. White, J. E. Morse, O. Klemm, II. Cushing, sr., and Win. Gil bert, who adjourned to another room and in a few minutes returned and reported through their chairman, B. F. While, the following names: DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. J. C. Metlen, D. F. Reinhardt, J. E. Morse, H. J. Burleigh, W. R. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan, H. D. Brainerd. Richard Halliday. < The report was adopted and the meeting adjourned olEndalk. I For an account of the primary held at this place, see the Glendale letter on the last page.] The following were elected to represent the precinct : DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. Henry S. Pond, Peter Wagner, H. Knippenberg, Ed. R. Alward, Henry \V. Kappes. Horace Hand. LION CITY. James Prout, George E. Tarbeli. * ORE CAMP. Thomas Martin. MEDICINE LODDE. James Edie. RATTLESNAKE. James Kirkpatrick. AROEXTA. John Mackay. BALD MOUNTAIN. J. T. Conner. HAXXACK. W. c. Phillips, T. Hamilton. KLDBR DUNCAN'S APPOINTMENTS. The Rev. Hugh Duncan, Presiding Ei der of Butte district, will visit the follow ing places during the first quarter of the new conference year, as follows : Glendale, Mont., Sunday, Sept. 12. Dillon, " " " 19. Lower Beaverhead, " " 26. Helena, " Oct. 3. Mr. G. E. Reardon, Baltimore, Md., Commissioner of Deeds for all the States, suffered for a long time with rheumatism, which yielded promptly to St. Jacobs Oil. CHURCH CHIMES. Rev. W. A. Shannon will occupy the pulpit of Grace M. E. church next Sabbath morning and evening, at the usual hours. Regular services in St. Janies' Church Sunday, at 11 o'clock a. in. and at 7 :$o p. 111. Sunday School at 12:15 p. 111. Rev. S. D. Hooker, Missionary in charge. G< nl Resnlt* In Every Cue. D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes that he was seriously afflicted with a severe cold that settled on his lungs: had tried many rem edies without benefit. Being induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, did so and was entirely cured by use of a few bottles. Since which time he hat used it in his family for all Coughs and Colds with best results. This is the ex perience of thousands whose lives have been saved by this Wonderful Discovery. Trial Bottle free at N. M. White's City Drug Store. BOARD OF CORRECTION. NOTICE is hereby given that the Hoard of Coun ty Commissioners of Beaverhead County,MonLwill meet as a Board ot Correction at the County Clerk's office in Dillon, Montana on Monday. September goth, iSSft, for the purpose of correcting the assess ment roll for the year 1SS6. Ail persons feeling themselves aggrieved, by said assessment, will »lease bepresent and state their grievance to the Board. By order ol the Board. Phil D. McGoeoii, County Clerk. Dated, September to, i8Sf>. ARGENTA ATOMS. A Newsy ami Interesting Letter from a New Correspondent. Ed. Litmeraux has resigned hi» position on the Golden Era. Chas. Stickney has gone to the Dillon Co. mine at Bald mountain. Scott & Galigher have put up a large blacksmith shop and tunuel-house on the Sunny side Lode. Rev. Father Cushnahan, of Ogden, was a guest of the family ot G- H. Wall, a few days of the (Mist week. The latest report from the Golden Era is a rich strike of ore which assays five hun dred dollars to the ton. Wilson & Eckersly are butchering and delivering first-class meat in this camp. Success to the new enterprise. Tlte republican primary was not largely attended Saturday. Chairman and Secre tary only were present and the meeting adjourned. Quigg and Morgan returned from Weis river with two bears. With Quigg's un erring aim and Morgan's activity the bears stand a poor show. Henry McMillan has a force of men on the Bobtail lode. This lead is a producer of native. Silver. We wish Henry success. May he find it with the eagle stamped upon it. The Rend Co. are still taking out rich shipping ore, of which they have a large body. This ore contains gold, silver and lead. Recent returns show gold $So, sil ver 22 ox., lead 28 per cent., making it a very desirable property. By all means let us have a school in Argenta. There are now ten or twelve children that should be in school everyday, and we might just as well have the benefit of the school money, as other districts. Let us have the superintendent appoint men who will do their duty and not attempt to make a charity tund out of public money. : Prof. Muller of Butte has bought the Toolte & Leach property, including the Tuscarora, Stapleton, St. Joseph and Silver Light mines; also the smelter owned by the same company. He has a force of men at work on the Tuscarora, getting out fine smelting ore, and intends to have enough out by the time repairs are done on the smelter to make a continuous run. This mine under the management of Thomas Fox is being put in first class shape, and stiows an inexhaustible amount of carbonates. This sale has been made in the face of great opposition and big •'blurt's" but the Prof, is not easily scared, and by his able managment .will have a furnace in operation, which is something long needed by mine-owners here. They can now work their mines at some advant age and profit. GLENDALE GATHERINGS. The Happenings of s Week Crowded Inin Half a Column. John W. Fruit our democratic supervis or resigned his offlee last Monday. I. A. Hecker, and H. C. Hunt are doing business in the old postofflee stand. Peter Wagner returned last week from a five month's visit to the old country. He did not bring his bride with him as the boys expected A.J. Stucker last \veek received a charge of lead in his right eye. He did not look to see that the ladle was dry before dipping it into the lead well. The correspondent of the Inter Mount ain , from this place says that the D illon Examiner may use the initials "D.D" to mean" Dead Democrat." The end seems to be creeping on us slowly. The following order came out from headquarters last Saturday : NOTICE. "On and after Sept. 4th, 1S86, Furnace No. 1. will remain closed down indefinite ly. On and alter Sept. 4th, 1SS6, 7 p. in. the Concentrator will be closed down on the night'shift indefinitely. By order of II. Knii'pknueru, Gen. Manager. The Republican Primary meeting held Saturday evening was well attended. Upon motion by II. Knippenburg, Hon. J. B. Losee was elected chairman and W. E. Wright appointed as Secretary. The following were elected to represent Glendale • Delegates. Alternates. Henry S. Pond, Pete Wagner, 11. Knippenberg, E. R. Alward, Henry W. Kappes. Horace Hand II. Knippenberg moved that a commit tee of three be appointed by tiie meeting to meet a like committee from the democ racy and select good men for the township offices, and that said committee report to this meeting Oct 15th next the result, for ratification or rejection. This committee so appointed by the meeting was II. Knippenberg, II. S. Pond and R. Z. Thomas. The meeting then adjourned to Oct 15th, 1S86, to meet at the Glendale Rink at half past 7 o'clock p. m. ITEMS FROM LION CITY The Hecla Con. Mining Co. mines are in good shape and are looking well. The Cleopatra in the bottom is not look ing well, but developeinent work is pushed day and night. In the old Trapper mine a large force is employed in running a new tunnel to con nect with the ore body. In the Sheep mine a magnificent body of ist. class ore has deen developed, being 8 feet thick and the bottom has not deen yet reached. This large ore body has been discovered and is running into new ground. Tile Cleve mine is in full blast and two bodies of ore have been discovered, ore as saying 233 oz. and 2S2 oz. These discover ies have been made under the old work ings some 40 feet, showing that heretofore the work has been done over the vein in solid line. Whatever gloom may be cast over our camp on account of the shutting down caused by the low price of silver, the mines of the Hecla Co. certainly present a better outlook than they have for vears. The question of ore need not trouble any one, for it is here in abundance. The Ariadna without any doubt means to duplicate the Cleopatra. At present the ore vein or body is 11 feet thick and this mine alone has furnished for 60 days past 125 tons of ore daily 1 st.aud 2nd.class. The present management thinks that the Ariad na will alone furnish ore enough to run three furnaces for 5 years. In the Quartz mine a remarkable discov ery has been made which may develope a strange fact. In this mine the vein was lost some years ago, and recently a shaft was sunk in the mine some 30 feet and ore discovered. The Impression now is that this discovery is the lost vein, and the same thing may lie the case in the old Atlantis mine. Wliat Baking Powder Shall We Use. This plain question comes home to every housekeeper. We all desire pure and wholesome food, and this cannot be had witli the use of impure or poisonous bak ing powder. There can be no longer a question that all the cheaper, lower grade of baking powders contain either alum, lime or phosphatic acid. As loath as we> may be to admit so much against what may have been some of our household gods, there can be no gainsaying the unan imous testimony of the official chemists. Indeed, analysts seem to find no baking powder entirely free from some one of these objectionable ingredients except the Royal, and that they report as chemically pure. We find some pf the baking pow ders advertised as pure, to contain, under the tests of Profs. Chandler, liabirshaw and others nearly twelve per cent, of lime, while others are made from atuin with no cream of tartar. This, we presume ac counts for their lack of leavening power as sometimes complained of by the cook, and for the bitter taste found in the bis cuits so frequenty complained of by our selves. But aside from the inferority of the work done by these powders, the physiologists assure us that lime and alum taken into tiie system in such quantities as this are injurious. They are not decomposed by heat nor dissolved in mixing or baking. They go with the bread, therefore, into the stomach, where their physiological ef fects arc indigestion, dyspepsia, or worse evils. The question naturally arises, why do these cheap baking powder makers use these things? Alum is three cents a pound, lime still cheaper, while cream of tartar costs thirty-five or forty. The reasons for the chemical purity of the Royal Baking Powder were recently given in the New Y ork Times in an interesting description of a new method for refining argots or crude cream of tartar. It seems tiiat it is only under this process that cream of tar tar can lie freed from the lime natural to it and rendered pure; that the patents and plant for this cost the Royal Baking Pow der Company about half a million dollars, and that they maintain exclusive control of the rights. Prof. McMurrie, late chief chemist of tlte Department of Agriculture at Washington, D. C\, in the interests of commerce, made an examination of this process, and report ed upon tlte results attained in tlte refined cream of tartar. The following extract from his report would seem to answer the question repeated at the head of this article, and which is so frequently propounded by the housekeeper : "I have examined the cream used by the Royal Baking Powder Company in the manufacture of their baking powder, and find it to be perfectly pure, and free from lime in any form. The chemical tests to which I have submitted the Royal Baking Powder prove it perfectly healthful, and free from every deleterious substance." GLENDALE LETTER LIST. List of letters remaining in the Post Office at Glen dale, Beaverhead Co., Montana, for the week end ing Aug. 31, 18SÔ, which, if not called for in to days, will be sent to the Dead Letter office. G XV Gustaffson j, C Swayne, Jas Mendinhall. Persons calling for any ol the above letters will please say "advertised.'' E. O. HULSIZER, p. M. Job work neatly executed at thisoffice. LEONARD ELIEL, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, CARPETS and HOUSE FURNISHINGS. We make a specialty of Ladies' Fine Shoes and Slippers, Children's Shoes; Men's Hand-sewed Shoes Of Every Style. Prompt attention given to Mail Orders. LEONARD ELIEL, 37' 6 Dillon, Montana. WKOXiBSAXjB LIQUOR AND CIGAR MERCHANTS; AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Bethcsda Miterai Tater, aid Ginger Ale —and— Dealers irr Ber G-less-waie. Montana flit., Dillon. Montana. Lower Than The Lowest. The celebrated Schmidt & Gamer B\xtte Kegr and Bottled. Beex! Also, Champagne and Still Cider, Ginger Ale, Soda Wat?, and Sarsaparilla,Or Lemonade and Bufialo Mead. Saloon keepers will do well -y selling Schmidt À mer s Keg Beer, as I receive hut in »mall lots, three times a week, and thereloreit be always fresh. FRED VICK, Agent lor the Centennial Brewery and Hutte Mottling 1 BRICK, BRICK, BRICK I Dillon Steal Frees Briet Tard. M. J. McCT'XE, Proprietor and Contractor KOR ALL KINDS OF Mason Work. ESTIMATES GIVEN For making and laying brick, through out the county. jQjf PILES! Instant relief—final cure in ten clays—the maladv nC «« r - r t tUrnS ~ no s -i lve —no purge—no suppository —no interruption from business. Sufferers wifi a »nnpie remedy byaddressing Dr. L. Ter ry, Anaconda. Montana. Agent for Dr. Bartlett's ÎÂb?eT*^ y P * f ° r ne ~ drhi'ityandmonth DILLON Milwaukee Brick Yard "EUREKA." 1 have discovered brick clay, and am no» pared to quote prices on brick that equal i' u . and quality the famous Milwaukee brick. ' to state I am in Dillon to stay and intend 1,1 ^ square and legitimate business. Send in ' ders and see the bottom knocked out <•* ^ prices. I have, also, I.IMK in »mall • in ' quantities for sale. J. J. CL'SlCk. Dillon. Molit»'" 1, flllZCAXiSR ' 0 Mineral Hot Springs» Oil the Ilia Mole K* v * r< Situated half-way between Glen St-* 11 g r ;jg t --. Utah and Northern Railway» am good*' The Hotel is now open and L,ji c al pro]*''