Newspaper Page Text
Iprf ffljitlon Qipibmt.
Issued Every Friday Evening. Published by THE TMBÏÏHE PUBLISHING 00 . (taeoiporated.) I-. li. FOOTE, Editor. g. II. BRUN DAGE, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION $3.00 PER TEAK. Mb month*, $1.7S, Three month», $1.00. If paid in Advance $2,50. PER ANNUM. The Tribune is entered at the Dim. on Post office for Transmission as Second Class .Mail Matter. Dillon, Montana, Nov. 4, 1SS7. notion and communis Uneasy are the necks of the condemned Anarchists. The rising prices of copper in the East is causing a boom at Butte. The wool markets of the East, which have been dull for some time past, arc look ing some better. It is thought that the exposure of Son in-law VVi'son will necessitate the resigna tion of President Grevy, of France. Wade Hampton talked like an inordinate fool when lie said that Gen. Lee was a greater man than George Washington. The contestant for Speaker Carlisle's seat in Congress lias filed his brief with the Clerk of the I loti se of Representatives. Montanians will pay taxes this year on nearly $63,000,000 worth of property. The increase over the assessment of last year is over $4,000,000. There is so much money wasted and squandered in buying corsets that a Yankee man has invented a cast iron corset that will last forever and ever. It is again reported that Judge McLeaiy, of this judicial district, will soon resign and go back to that sunny clime from whence he came—which is Texas. The Rev. Sam Small says his mission is to «knock hell out of Congress." As the Rev. Sam is engaged in a mighty mission he should receive an ocean of sympathy. Next Tuesday elections will be held in a number of States. The fight in New York and Ohio is hot, and the people of those States are swallowing heaps of campaign lies just now. In Chicago on Sunday the Rev. J. Vila Blake polluted the pulpit of the Third Unitarian Church by preaching a sermon on «Reasons Why the Anarchists Should Not Hang." The Bender horror, of Kansas, has been more than eclipsed on the Lower Danube, in Europe, where a ferryman has murdered hundreds of people to get possession of their money. Old Jcft" Davis made another rebel speech down South the other day. Old Jeff is too old and withered up to stretch hemp, and so he will probably keep talking until he takes passage for that land were punish ment is dealt out to characters of his kind. Montana stock men should enter strong and united protests against the pardoning of horse and cattle thieves out of the Pen itentiary. Justice to the people demands that they should serve the last day of their sentences out in the Penitentiary. In Turkey the Mormon missionaries have applied to the Porte to establish a community in that country of harems. If the Mormons succeed it would he a capital scheme to round up all of the Latter Dav Saints and ship them over to Turkev. Delegate Toole tells the politicians at the National capital that the people of Mon tana arc united, regardless of politics, in their sentiments in favor of .Statehood, and that it is not unlikely some of the Territo ry's leading citizens will this winter per sonally urge upon Congress her claims for admission. i ! j J I j In a Henry George labor conference in New York on Sunday the participants got into a general uproar, and from caillng each other such endearing names as fools, loafers, liars, and compound pet appella tions, they indulged in promiscuous knock ing down and dragging out. Nice way for "reformers" to remember the Sabbath and keep it holy. Unless the advertisement is sustained bv LARGEST STOCK IN TOWN, hut we PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WALL PA No trouble to show goods. A So. 1 Goods at BOTTOM PRICES. have plenty ot stock for this market and PKR, I'. TC-, ETC. We have iust re 0 0 O OOO O We appeal to intelligent people, and pre have made prices right. Cali and see ceived a choice fine of Domestic and Im OOOOOOO sent our claims for patronage to close and us when you need STATIONER V FAN ported CIGARS. Smokers will do °oooooo T I S careful buyers. We »1° ^ CY GOODS. FISHING ^ well to examine them, l' el ' ri 1 EASTMAN A UOLPF DOOMU) TO OIK. The Supreme Court of tiic United States | on Wednesday decided against the petition ] for a writ of error in the condemned Chi- • cago Anarchists case. That decision will | probably end the iegai battle in behalt of the bomb throwers, and they will doubtless I end their careers on the gallows at the ap- j pointed time. There is not believed to be , any chance of the Governor of Illinois j commuting their sentences to imprison- ■ ment. The Anarchists, from their prison : cells, demand liberty or death. They should , be accommodated with death. Chief Justice Waite announced the long and carefully prepared opinion of the Court, which occupied thirty-five minutes in reading. There was no dissenting opin ion. The Court held : First, that the first ten amendments to the Constitution are limitations upon Fed eral and not upon .State action. Sec ond. that the jury ol Illinois is upon its face valid and constitutional according to the statutes of Utah, which was sustained in this Court in the case of Ilopt vs. the Territory of Utah. Third, that it does not appear in the record that upon the evidence in the trial the court should have declared Juror Sanford incompetent. Fourth, that the objection to the admission of the Jo hann Most letter, and the cross examina tion of Spies, which counsel for prisoners maintained compelled them to testify against themselves, were not objected to in the trial court, and that, therefore, no foun dation was laid for the exercise of this Court's jurisdiction : and, Fifth, that the questions raised by General Butler, in the cases of Spies and Fielden, upon the basis of their foreign nationality,was neither rais ed or decidt?d in the State court, and con sequently cannot he decided here. The writ of error prayed for was consequently denied. The opinion of the Supreme Court, the highest tribunal in our country, as deliver ed by Chief Justice Waite, is unanswerable law. The Anarchists had a trio of the ablest and most distinguished criminal law yers of the land to present and argue their case. It availed them nothing. They are doomed men. They will meet their de served fate without any sympathy from law-upholding Americans. The mauldin sympathy wasted on these wretches of Anarchists is sickening to law-abiding peo ple. The next act in the drama will be the scene upon the gallows in Chicago one week from to-day—on Friday,the uthinst. —the day of their execution. Their exe cution will end the drama, it will be a righteous ending—one that ail law-loving Americans will applaud and indorse. CROW CROOKEDNESS. The vagabond Crows and their Indian allies are reported to be out on a career of crookedness endangering the lives and property of the people of Eastern Montana. Not long' ago an attempt was made to ar rest a band of Crow horse thieves. Part of the Crows, under chief Sword Bearer, resisted the arrest and banded together to go on the war path. Matters in the vicin ity of Fort Custer growing serious, the Government ordered a number of compa nies of regulars to the scene of impending trouble to support the troops stationed there in case the crooked Crows made any open demonstrations of hostility. The sotdiers watched the Indians three weeks, and then permitted two hundred braves, commanded by Sword Bearer, to escape on last Tuesday night. This band of warriors are reported to have oommenced hostilities. On Wednesday, on Reno Creek on the Crow Agency, two white men were killed and a number of horses were stolen, and cattle butchered. One hundred and fifty Nez Perce allies are on the Crow Reserva tion to take part in the fight. This may mean a serious Indian raid and a running fight. Nez Perce and Crow tactics is to steal horses, fight when they can not help it, and run away The Indians have un bounded confidience in the leadership of Chief Sword Bearer—more so than they had in Chief Joseph, for Sword Bearer is accredited among the tribes with being possessed with supernatural powers. The soldiers'wi'l probably prove equal to the emergency, but the situation for the settle! s of Eastern Montana is regarded as serious at the present writing. Jenny Lind, the celebrated singer, died in London on the ed inst. at the age of 66 vears. Bucklen'. Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuta, 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. | ] • | I j , j ■ : , LEONARD ELIEL'S seb-ax mi mum a Beginning' Monday, Oct. 31st, we will fer the following articles at UNHEajm OF PRICES. Now is the time to take vantage of low prices. These goods are odd lots, or they woi never be quoted at the figures below: Ten doz. Ladifes' Scotch Shrunk Mittens and Gloves 35c, worth" Five dozen Ladies' Berlin Gauntlets, . . 35e Ten dozen Ladies' Kid Gloves and Mittens, . 75c Twenty-five dozen Colored Border Handkerchiefs, 10c One thousand yards Ladies' Dress Trimming, 5c Two thousand yards do Braid do le Fifty Ladies' Knit Jackets, all sizes, . . 50c One hundred Ladies' Nubias .... 25c Fifty Ladies' Corsets,..... 50 c Fifty Ladies' Cloaks, ......Half pr Five hundred yards of Dress Goods, do Twenty odd lots Gent's Underwear Ul bargain* prices. EXAMINE OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF Ladies' and Childrèn's Cloaks, Shawls and Jerseys, Eiderdown and Flannels, Hoods and Toboggan Caj Hosiery and Underwej Dress Goods and Tr imming s Velvets and Plushes, Blankets and Guilts. "W"© axe la.aT7-l23.g- a ClotlaJxa.gr Booaxa.. Everything desirable in Men\ Youth's and Children's Cloth ing can be found in our stock. COLD WBÜTHBE DE LfAN Tpfi GLOVES, GERMAN SOCKS, UNDERWEAR, BOOTS and SHOES, OVERSHOES, We have them at Bottom Figures. LARGEST STOCK AND LOWEST PRICES IN CARPETS, RUGS AND OIL CLOTHS. LADIES' WARM SHOES and SLIPPERS. LADIES' COMMON SENSE and FINE ! CHILDREN'S PINE AND SCHOOL SHOES. An Examination of Stock, and Mail Orders Solicited. MLLOH NATIONAL BANK, (Smrr**or to Bank Southern A/mIhm,) OF DILLON, MONTANA. •*«M up Capital....................$.16,000 At Surplus...................................$6,300 Gko. M. Brown, President. John F. Bishop, Vice President. David Lamont, Cashier. Ill RECTORS: Gko. M. Brown, Joseph B. Crow, John F. Bishop, Craig Cornell, James Mauldin, David Lamont. Transact a General Banking Bnslness, Exi-hnng* Sold on nil tho Principal Cltlot of tlie World. Arc-mint* of Merchants amt Individuals solicited. INTEREST ALLOW ED ON TIME DR POSITS. Deposits received subject to check or demand. Al collections will receive personal and prompt tr n - turn. . A full line of Fire Insurance Companies. Poli cies issued on all classes of property. CORRESPONDENTS 1 Hanover National Bank.......New York Merchants' National Bank........Chicago Wells, Fargo & Co........Salt Lake City ........ San Fr * nc ' 8 " Utah National Bank...............Ogden Montana National Bank...........Helena First National Bank.............Omaha First National Bank............. .Butte BOBT. T. WING, Prei't, G. T. PAUL, FURNITURE AND COFFINS, BABY CARRIAGES, BRACKETS, MIRRORS, PICT FRAMES, ETC., ETC. IMMENSE FALL & WINTER ST1 An inspection ot our stock is sufficient. Dealing striclh !, i ot goods, we arc enabled to meet the demands of the trade fully 44*7 DILLON Ft T RNl Tl " RE '