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CHIPS.
A Michigan widow who jumped down off a
load of Hay and knocked down a tramp who
made fun of her sun-bonnet, had three oilers
of marriage within a week.
A Weasteru paper informs its readers that
its candidate for Congress slings the most
eloquent lip of any man in the State.
"Good morning," remarked tw-- gentlemen
as they stepped up to the bar. "Homin', gen
tlemen, what'll it be?" asked the bar-keeper.
"Well, I'll take a Han-cocktail," said one.
"Give me a ci-Gar-field," and they both
laughed and said it was a very good joke—
Albany Journal.
A boat can sail on a tack and not make a
fuss about it, but when a man sails on a tack
he—well it is different-- Pittsburg Tele
graph.
Mother—"Now, Gerty, be a good girl, and
give Aunt Julia a kiss and say good night."
Gerty—"No, no ! if I kiss her she'll box my
ears, like she did papa's last night.
The Sun prints a poem every morning and
always puts directlv under it the advertise
ment of a patent medi-ine which cures cramps
and colic, ft is such careful care for the
health and convenience or its readers that
makes the Sun so invaluable.— Puck.
Grandpa—"Now, Tommy, can you teli me
where port comes from?" Tommy—"No,
sir; but I know where it goes to." The
question is not pressed.
At a recent marriage, the bride was a young
damsel who had beeu a great flirt. When
the clergyman asked the usual question, "Who
gives this woman away ?" a young man present
exclaimed, "1 can, but I won't.
Last week a Bible agent sat down at a
farmer's table out west, played euchre with
the old man and won a yoke of four-year-old
steers from him, aud then made him buy
eight dozen Bibles and sixteen pounds of
tracts to redeem his steers.
"What is meant by the power behind the
throne?" asked the teacher. "The ace," re
plied the smart, bad boy, "which is greater
than the king."
Baby, new to earth and sky,
.Soon as born begins to cry,
Day and night does babv yell.
And makes its dady mad as— well.
Mad as anything.
The vowels: Why is i the happiest of vow
els? Because it is in the midst of bliss ; e is
hell and all the others in purgatorj .—Buffalo
Commercial.
It took the l'rince of Wales a whole year
to learn to waltz, and even now he holds his
legs as stiff as pokers. What sort ot a king
will such a man make ?
It is said that a woman's voice can he heard
for two miles by a man in a balloon. That
may be til ■ reason whv so few men go up in
balloons.— Peck's Sun.
An old salt when asked liow far north he
had ever been, replied that he had been so
far north that, "the cows, when milked beside
a red hot stove, gave ice cream."
The older a sparkling coquette or fashion
able belle grows the more matchless she be
comes.
It is a mistake to tliiuk there is no rest for
the wicked. The wicked man loads himself
tolerably full of beer and sleeps like a log,
while the good man is wakeful and mourns
because iie is but a worm.—-Yen' Orleans
Picayune.
"My umbrella is getting decidedly shabby."
said a young man about, town one night last
week. "1 believe I will have to strike another
prayer-meeting on a rainy night ."—Elmira
Advertiser.
How a Father was Staved
"My early practice," said a doctor, "was
successful, and I so on attained an enviable
position. I married a lovely girl ; two chil
dren were horn to us and my domestic hap
piness was complete. But i was invited of
ten tosocia 1 parties where wine was lredy
circulated, and soon 1 became a slave to its
power. Before I was aware of it I was a
drunkard. My noble wife never forsook me,
never taunted me with a bitter word, never
ceased to pray for my reformation. We were
wretchedly poor, so that my family became
pinched for daily bread. One beautiful Sab
bath my wife went to church and left me on
a louuge sleeping oft' my previous night's do
bauch. I was aroused by hearing something
fall heavily on the floor. I opined my eyes
and saw my lit'le boy of six years tumbling
on the floor. Ilia older brother said to him,
'Now get up and fall aga,n. That's the way
papa does. Let's play we'ie drunk.' I watch
ed the child as he persona'ed by beastly
movements in a way that would have done
eredit to any actor. 1 arose and left the house
groaning in agony and remorse. I walked
oft', miles into the country—thinking over my
abominable sin, and the example I was set
ting before my children. 1 solemnly resolv
ed that with God's help I would quit the cup,
and i did. No lecture 1 ever heard from
Gough moved my soul like the spectacle of
my own sweet boys, 'playing drunk as papa
does. ' "
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Mrs. Graut In Public I.tfe.
"Were you with Gen. Grant much during
the war?"
" I was part of the time with him, but not
as the newspapers have represented. I had a
paper sent me the other day with an article
marked, in which I was represented as being
much better than I am, and as doing many
things which were impossible. For instance,
it waS stated that after a battle in which the
general was engaged I invariably hurried to
the front to he ot what service L might. Now
that was not true at ail. The General would
ifst have put up with it at all. He would hayc
been very angry if I had appeared at such a
time, ami 1 knew it. I was also stated that I
had busied myself in hunting out poor people i
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upon whom to besiow- alms. That was also
incorreet. Enough of such people always
found me ; L did not have to seek them out.
Then I was reported as busying mysell in
seeking positions for wealthy young ladies in
the treasury department, and for other appli
cants in other places. Now my husband
would not allow that. I did nothing of the
kind to influence him. 1 don't think—in
fact,
terms
more than two appointmen's. oo. you sec,
the newspapers were wrong."
" I remember to have seen it stated that
long before the war you often predicted that !
your husband would be president," interrupt
ed some one.
"Yes, I know such statements have been
tu , .....
I'm «in« i riirin't »hat in tho whnlp kn
sin which he was president I obtained
. than t wo annoiotme,.'«. von see. I
made, but they wery utterly without fouuda- ;
lion. I did not dream of my husband becom- ;
ing President any length of time before lie
was actually called to tlie position. In fact,
1 was not ambitious to have him fill the posi
tion until they began to abuse him. I was
perfectly satisfied to have him remain Gener
al of the Army. About two weeks before the
convention which noinjnated him, t spoke to j
him about the reports that were being circu
latec that lie would receive the nomination,
and asked him if be thought lie would be
nominated, and he said be thought lie would
be, and that if be were chosen he would be
elected. I asked him if he thought he could
SI! the office, and be replied that he thought
lie could do as well as most others."— Mrs.
Grant's Interview, in Denver Tribune.
THE TEBRITOHT.
■«•flier County.
[Husbandman.]
Thus far only about $300 lias been sub
scribed towards our town halL Fully $1,000
more Is needed to put up sucli a building as
is contemplated.
There will be more ranches taken up and
Improved on the Judith and Musselshell be
tween this and cold weather than there have
beeu during the past spring and summer.
The fall season at the health resort promis
es to excel anything the place has ever before
experienced. Guests from all parts of the
Territory are expected.
Sheep from the Pacific coast have com
menced to arrive, aud those contemplating
investment have their eyes open for bargains.
The cowboys are getting numerous once
more. The round-up commences at Martins
dale on the 15th, and stockmen are mustering
their forces and moving in that direction.
The most of them expect to brand more
calves this fall than they did last spring.
Madison County.
[Madisonian.]
E. F. Johnson went down to Silver Star
last Saturday, aud on his return brought with
him 201 ounces of bright gold bullion, the re
sult of a run on 50 Ions of ore from the Sil
ver Star lode. Four ounces of gold to the
ton is pretty good medicine to take, and we
understand there is plenty more of the same
kind in sight in the mine.
We learn that several experts have been
examining the mineral legion round about
Pony this'sumrner, and it is likely that works
suitable for the treatment of the ores, which
are too base for reduction by stamp-mill pro
cess, will he erected there at an early day.
A man named McAllister, who had written
several insulting note. to the wife of a prom
lient Virginian, was captured by the latter,
tied up and soundly whipped with a black
snake. The miscreant was then ordered to
leave the town, which he did with all possible
haste.
Mfsiffiilit Comity.
[Missoulian.]
Dan Hash has again got the Marshal grade
in running order, and teams are no longer
compelled to climb the heavy hill to get into
town.
The military detachment which have been
at woik at Nine Mile have completed theii
work at that place aud have removed to St.
Kegis.
John Fredline got a hard fall from a scaf
fold where he was at work on Friday last.
IIis feet slipped out from under him and he
slid off the scaffold, striking upon his left
shoulder, disjointing it.
YellowKtone LnudOfliw.
L'opps' Land Owner for (September con
tains the following oflicial information con
cerning the new land district recently organ
ized in Montana :
Notice is hereby given that by act of con
gress, approved April 30, 1880, all that por
tion of the territor of Montana which lies
east of the tvventy-seve th range east of the
principal meridian, which is not now or
hereafter may be included in any Indian
reservation, be, and the same is hereby, de
signated as the district of the Yellowstone,
and constituted a separate land district, with
a United States land oflice at Miles City,
within said district.
The president having duly appointed a
register and receiver for the district thus
created, those officers will give notice by pub
lication of the date when the office at Miles
City will be open for the transaction of pub
lic business.
Given under my hand at the City of Wash
ington, this seventh eay of July, A. I). 1880.
By the president:
J. A. Williamson - .
Commissioner of the general laud office.
iti: Vl. EMATE 1 HAVtlEHS.
Deer I.oiljre Comity, .Montana Territory
Reported for the Miner by Barret &
i $1,272 88.
Warren, Abstract of Title, Heal Estate and
Mining Brokers, Corner of Main amt I'ark
streets.
C 8 Warren to A 11 Ilcdley, und j of E J,
of Shonbar lode, 8 V «.list, $100.
j A Murray to E A Nichols, und i of his
interest in the Seif ltis« r lode, Independent
«list, $50.
O C Warren et al to il C Turner, Old Co
lumbo mill site and water right, Bear Gulch,
$100.
United States to B C Kingsbury et ai, pat
ent to Woolman iode. 8 V dist.
United States to J Noyes, patent to 134 2-10
acres placer ground.
C ii Trowbridge to J II L yson. part of
lots 1 and 2, blk 15, Butte, $1,000.
Lucy A Cobody to J 8 Baer, und J Garfield
lode, und j Manzenilla lode, und j Salvador
lode and und j Silver Crown lode, S V «list,
1 $500.
Probate Judge to.I Noyes, lots 10ainl20,blk
54, Deer Lodge, $10.
L W Foster to A Kleiiiselmiidt, und j lots
50, 27, 28, blk 28, Butte. $1,000.
r J Hamilton to I. S Scott, und .j Parnell
lode, S A' dist, $100.
L S Scott to J Poach, und f, Parnell lode,
S V Dist, $100.
I J P Heins to A U Mitchell et al, und j
i Lynchburg lode, S V aist, $150.
' J Chaffee to C Pryse, 8 acres placer ground
i in McClellan Gulch, $325.
G F Marsh to C K Welis, placer near Butte,
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Samuel T. Hauser et al to Parrot Silvei
aiul Copper Co., und j, of claim 3 east, also
claims 5 and 7 east, and 50 feet lying between
claims 5 and U east, all on the Original lode,
S V «listrict, $1.
Geo. Laparell to Henry Carefool et al, lot
on Park street east ot Butte, $100.
Frankliu Farrel et al to Parrot Silver and
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Copper Co., west i ot discovery claim No. 1 j
we ft aml tt " "»^^ed 200 feet of claims 2 :
I **"» 3 wesl ° !! lhe 1 i * rro1 S> \ district, ,
$ 1 .
John I!. Gropper to John Meany, lot near I
Centennial mill, $250.
Patrick Flynn to Terrence. Flynn, house j
and lot in YValkerville, $C75.
Edward Byrne to Joseph Beer, nmd J of '
; (jhariot lode and und \ Calais loile. Ind dis
; (r j cf $100
Probate Judge to Juo. Yerber, lots 1, 2, 3,
1 and 5, Deer Lodge, $70.
Probate Judge to Alex. Ililaud, lots 0, 7,
8, 9 aud 10, block 58, Deer Lodge, $70.
( lias. S. Bagg to Walter W. Vmegard, S
j of N W J and lot 4 in see 2, and N E j of see
S, T 4 N, H 11 W, $520
Henry D. Hauser to Parrot Silver and Cop
per Co. nnd J of claim .No 1 west on Parrot
lode, S V district, $1,000.
Grace Haynes to Serilla Sheldon, «est 21
feet of lot 9, block 38, Butte, $1,500.
Chas. B. Trowbridge to Stephen DeWolfe,
part of lot 1, block 15, Butte, $1000.
R L. BONNES & CO
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Dry Goods, Men and Boys'
CLOTHING!
Boots and shoes, carpets
-A-hstid
House furnishing goods.
We call the special attention of dealers to our
Heavy Shipments of California Blankets, lined and
unlined Duck Goods, Buck Gloves & Mitts,
Flannel Underwear,
ARCTICS AND RUBBER GOODS,
Which ice offer the trade at manufacturers'
fist prices, with the usual discounts.
Orders will receive prompt attention.
Price Lists and Samples
Furnished on application.
E. L. BONNER &. CO.,
Butte city,
Montana.
LEE W. POSTER & CO.,
Wholesale & Retail
Wm. OWSLEY.
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GROCERS
And dealers in Wines, Liquors, Tobaccos and Cigars
Fiour, Grain and Produce.
Agents for the Hazard Blasting' and Sporting Powders, Giant Powder
Fuse and Caps, and all sorts of Mining- Supplies. •
Having received all our heavy Spring Shipments, we now have the Largest ami Pest r
so led Stock of Staple anil Fancy Groceries ill the Territory, which will he kept up during
the entire season and sold at small margin. We are never undersold, and ask cash buyera
to give us a cull before purchasing elsewhere.
We are also agents far tlie Schutlef ami the
Huckeve and Bradly Changeable-Speed MOWERS, and other Fanning Machinery, a com
plete assoituient of which is constantly on hand.
AIE M A.1TIJ
OWSLEY & MANTLE,
Livery, Bale and Teed Stable.
MAIN STREET, BUTTE.
Stylish, and Elegant Turnouts, Carriages. Phætons, Bug
gies and Saddle Horses to let.
SPECIAL TEliAlS and particular attention given lu private boarding of Horses, lluggU
and Harness. Careful and attentive Hostlers in charge. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Standard Hay Scaler in connection with the Stable warranted to weigh
correctly. Charges reasonable. Stable centrally located.
Agency for the Fish Bro's. Wagon, The Best Wagon or
Wheels." A supply kept constantly on hand.
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Ordern received for Spring Wagons, Buggies , Phaeton* and Iron Axle running Gears o 1 ' «*4
size or capacity. Call and see Cuts and Prices. A warranty given with each wagon.
AGENCY FOR ALL OF THE
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: McCOMIliCk HttFVeStillg HlaCllllie CVS.
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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS !
THE BEST I tST THE WOBLD. BEST |I3NT THE WORLD
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7 he McCormick Iron Mower, latest improved; the McCormiek Self-Binder ; the McCormic
Combined Reaping and Mowing Machines; the Challenge Self
Operating Sulkg Hay rake.
The J. I. CASE & CO.
Threshers and Center Draft Steel Plows.
If you want anything in the above line call and leave
your orders.
I2STSTTE^A.3SrCE AGEIsTOY,
LFE MANTLE, Agent
NEW BOARDING
AND SALE
STABLE
MONTANA ST., NEAR PARK, BUTTE
DURAND &. FIFER, Proprietors.
DEALïRS 1183"
Hay and Grain.
Having leased and refitted the Stable former
ly known as the Kennedy Stable, we are now
prepared to board horses by the «lay, week or
month. The best of care guaranteed.
We make a specialty of the sale of
Horses on Commission.
GIVE XUS A. CALL.
DURAND & FIFER.
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UPHOLSTERY
...AND....
FURNITURE,
(East end of i*arK Street Eridge-L
BlTTE, : : : MONTA Na.
L ARGE assortment of Pallor and Bedroom
Suits, of tho latest and most recherche
styles. SOFAS, LOUNGES, CHAIRS , CEN
TRE TABLES, tic.
FEA TURKS in BULK , HAIR, MOSS , WOOL,
EXCELSIOR SPRING and WIRE WO UK MA T
TRESSES.
UPHOLSTERY JOBBING PROMPTLY AT
TENDED TO.
•^•States Sash and Doors, the best In he
market, at Low Prices. dec. d
N. J. Me CONNELL,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Upper Main St, Butte, Montana
Stores fitted up on the shortest notice.
Plans and Specifications for buildings drawn.
Stair Work a Specialty
July 28-d&w-;*m
SMITH & HODGMAN,
Manufacturers of
SADDLES, HARNESS
-BRIDLES
And dealers in
SADDLERY , HARDWARE , LEATHER ,
WHIPS, ETC., ETC.
CONCORD HA UNES A SPECIA L TY.
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of
BUTTE, OGDEN, TERMINUS U. N. R. R.
Will open in Butte, in the next Thirty Pays
with the Largest Stock in the Territory. J.
comparison of prices and class of work is ro
qnp*»U*d. up \v; t
Wm, Coleman & co,
i In
MAIN STREET, BUTTE M. T.
--Deat.ers in—
CIGARS,
TOBACCOS,
PIPES,
S'l A'ilONEIt Y,
con EECT.ON Eit y,
AS1) TOYS
GUNS, PISTOLS
Ammunition, etc.
Large Lot of Frash Lemon3 just Seceivei
Mulville & G-iard,
BL A-CPBZSrJVLIT fcl£
Horseshoeing a Specially.
Diseases of Horses' Foot- Carefully and
Scientifically Treated.
Dotier Flues welded. Safety Hooks for miner. '
furnished on short notice.
Work ill any department of Dlacksmltl In.
promptly and neatly executed.
— «iure ox East Rkaadwat-—
BUTTE, : MOM ANA.
fjan-wl f
J. J. YORK,
PATTERN MAKER!
I CARPENTERING
And all kinds of wood work doneon short notier
Shop al west end of Park street Bridge.
HUTTR. MONTANA,
New Process
FLOUR!
slrea.flne duality of hour. Ow V a'Äbkands !
MADISOH MILLS EXTRA
in 50 lbs. sacks. j
THOMAS' WHITE ROSE i
In SO lbs. sacks,
We guarantee to m,-™ .... !
Flour manufactured in ÎÆ, , ,!I t A N I) S of
manufactured in the* TcrrlmS, , . .
" BELLE OF MONTANA
uniform in grade. "huh make,ande —
Geo. D & L. A.THOMAS
_ McuiUon and Empire Mitts,
«ALLAT!*, . MONTANA.
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butte,
The undersigheil is now located on Bi„
next door west or Bonner & Co's, «h tl
prepare.! to adjust, clean and repair w a
any kind and to warrant his work uponUi
Jewelry of every description manulkci
order, or repaired. Spectacles of all i
hand. J. T. BULL]
.BOND 8frf
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««•s WHOLESALE ss.
DO
NOT FAIL to
for our Prie« n
1880. Faint?
upon
add res»
plication,
1 description! «I,
thin* requirJW*
. . personal or fami
with ©ver 1.200 Illustrations. We »
Roods at wholesale prices in quantltieaL
the purchaser The only Institution In am
who niKAe this Their special business. aS
MONTGOMERY 1 WARD & CO.
»27 A 229 Wabash At«.. Chic*
C, 1876
CENTENNIAL BREWE
SCHMIDT & GAMER, PROF
BntWEUY—Near Col. und Montana Com
Smelter.
Depot ani> Saloon—O pposite Centennii
Main Street, Butte.
BRANCH DEPOT AND 8AL00N, Oppotii
ai & Aimstrong'ft Store, Main St„ GLEND1]
H AVING doubled the capacity of our
cry and acquired the most mode
piovements lor the manufacture and t
of Lager Peer, we are now prepared m
the people of Montana, and Butte in
A SUPERIOR QUALITY
LAGER BEER,
In Kegs or Bottle
call the attention of consumer«
BOTTLED BEER,
Which, having been treated the sain«
celebrated Milwaukee and St Lmi»
beer, is fully
EQUAL TO EITHE
In fact our beer is preferred by a gif
PRICK .
83.00 pci' Ihizi'ii, IncludingMUe
3.50 •• " excluding bulk
PRODUCE 5JRUIT«X
^SHIPPING & CQMMISSIO
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TRY IT.
Headquarters for Fit]
FÜ3SNITÜ!
J. M. BOWES
One door souf!
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Has now on hand m ,'ils wureror
complet« stock of Furnli.uro
stylo and description, and adaptai^
every taste or purs«
Parlor Su ils, Lounges, and
Chamber and BtÄ-iooi
lmarble and walnut
hobU
Chairs of all kinds ;
Bedsteads, Bcvsauc, Tabler, Whs'.-Sl
Lounser, Sofas, Dressing Cases, 3sj
BABY CARRIAGES,
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--In nil varieties and price
HANTLE AND PIEU Ml It ROUS,
guirtsl stale or price ;
CHROMOS, PICTURE FRAMES ,
SHEL t ES. MO VLDINOS. H RA t i>,
SPRIMI AND EXCELSIOR .«Jl
TRESSES; Also Maîtresse, <ij
Hair, Mors or Wool :
Feathers in bull;.
Coffins Constantly on Hand and Tri:
Order. Pall Cloth, Wreaths. Fl<^
and Trimmings of all kinds
always in stock.
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nituie store in the Stute« or Terri tori«*
seen in his stock.
Will not be beat in price or quality. U'*
• uour sehe
HENRY JONA
Merchant Tailor
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Sewîn 0 B9 a c h i n
j MAIil STREBT, BÜTTE
i n!aveJUKtrecel¥edforUie,, P rl, " i,n "
Mowe*» Stylo» In Woolen*!
! A,lJ direct special attention to my rtnf J
I'.nglan.l Suitings and TroWM-rMl
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Clothes made ht measure in the UtE'\
and at the most reasonable pri
'leaning and Repairing neatly
SINGER SEWING MACHINÉ
Lutest improved, with nil tlie extra alta
Warranted for three years, reduced W
: Second hand inn eh ln es from #15 to £20.
furnished lor all kinds of machines
, lue») menu, etc., for the Singer at inuij
i * price, Sargent I-'vheel Caster« wltj
• f.j.OO per *et.

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