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[From Friday's Dally, dead certainty that we'll win now. price of good flour is coming down. Silven Hughes for clerk and recorder il be a walk over. Democratic nominees were serenaded brass band last night, night the atmosphere was full of dem ie music, harmonious and sweet. new arrivals in Butte are but the ad »-guard of the tremendous rush coming. ■5 kicking in the republican party is very mneed, and it will tell at the polls on ay. tbe chairs in the tonsorial establish of the city are provided with dexter andlers of the razor. ding and cutting down the hump on Park street, between Main street and the lias commenced. Democracy of Silver Bow .County will tbe new county with indelliblc demo water—and don't forget it. truthful sensational reports about mytli icli strikes in our mines are hurtful to strict. Lying rumors are not consider nmg intelligence. Democrats of Butte "enthused - ' in a torchlight procession last evening, liead tlie brass band, W-,ich discoursed most eut music. The ball is opened, republican county ticket will have an tentai heading. A sort of a kind of a pbuzzard, standing on his head, will be on their ticket. members of the new troupe for Fred r's Opera house are on their way to Two lad.es aud two gentlemen will iled to the company, sporting clement in the republican is bucking with violent vigor, aud the iwear in the most emphatic manner that rill "scratch - ' with a vengence on elec iy. re were a couple of foot races Sunday etween a couple of our town sports and .he Lo family. The aboriginees got a »each, and the squaws standing round I a few quarters on the side, making in ite a harvest. The Indian, perhaps, ie advantage, as his nude dress did not tbe wind. The joke of the matter is was the Indian who beat Hammond at isburg.— Husbandman. last Madisonian has this to say about of the placer diggings of Madison couu Miners are actively preparing for tiie er's work in the placers, and some have operations already. Mr. L. A. Fen ll|irteh work in his Nevada claims last Mr. O. Linsley will begiu work in gulch next week, and others are about to turn water on the pay grit. The in ms are good that we will have a long mosperous season of placer mining in [From (Saturday's Dally.] Iasi New York quotation of Montana -Alice, $7.!JOifi>S>8.00 ; Alla Montana, ß$2.25. we do not receive tbe Daily Benton I any more, we are fearful that It has up. 1 Slier,on, of Bannack. advertises in au columu of the Mixed for miners and men. daily Independent, of Helena, is pub ! the laws enacted by the late legisla tion. hvj Iter tew: Noyes, Warren, Upton & bave live hundred aud twenty acres of 1 in the vicinity of Butte, lewill be no services at the M. E. church tow, SuudayJ on account of the inside work being newly painted hotels are doing a lively business, tegisters are crowded with transient and the crowd is daily increasing, luperior quality of the beverage that but does not inebriate, is furnished by ewers of Silver Bow county. >fe key of small size was picked up yes The owner can have it by calling at Bee. Tuel jokes were perpetrated yesterday, îf eral April-fool sells of an innocent using nature caused considerable mer ben & D'Acheui, in their new quarters du street, are fixed up in a style of and convenience uneqalled in tins aiu country. manager of the grand gift distribution Daing of numbers rapidly, and the '8 will certainly take place on the 12 th as advertised, bun of Mills Bros., publishers of the orth-West, is dissolved by lunitati m. Mills will continue the publication paper. l * of the "Thunder" powder in the 'u shaft yesterday did not meet expec Tne explosive did not throw the well as Giant powder, last $50 of debt on the Bannack church su paid off, and through the exertions W. C. Sliippen that church is now II iucumberances. ordinance No. 01, makes it a finable urany person to refuse or fail to aid officer in the performance of his then called upon to render such assis ■ober of persons are in Butte looking * nes « locations. The bright prospect dty is a strong inducement in favor of *^ iu 8 it a place of permanent loca per cent, assessment on the capita) die Inter Mountain has been made 'ikd for. The capital stock is uom ®®i000, aud $2,000 of this amount is dnow. in It is anticipated that there will be a gener al revival of the placer mining industry with in Silver Bow county during the coming sum mer, and that considerable gold will be sluiced out. A new school house is being built in the Linder neighborhood, on the Beaverhead val ley. The size of the building is 25x30 feet, Including an. 8 -foot vestibule. The cost of the edifice will be $800. Rev. J. J. Dois, of the Catholic church will take active steps within the next two weeks to raise funds to build a Sisters' hospital in Butte. The proposed hospital is to be a brick building 40 by 80 feet. The coroner's jury in the Reed-Garland homicide case at Philipsburg, found that "Eugene Garland came to his death by u pistol shot wound, feloniously fired from the hand of Elisha Reed." The Warm Springs Asylum property has recently had considerable necessary improve ments made upon it, and it is now in better shape than heretofore for the reception and accommodation of patients. With rich veins like the .Moulton, Alice, Bell, Lexington, Magna Charta, Ànseliuo, Grey Hock, Gagnon, Stevens, and twenty others running deep down, the mineral wealth of this district is incalculable. A Bannack correspondent asks : "What was Hancock's majority in New York city ?" The Tribune Almanac, reliable authority, gives Hancock's majority over Garfield, Wea ver and Dow, combined, at 40,040 votes. The Uerald]of the 23d publishes a lengthy "fill up" in the shape of a ghost story, in which it is related that a genuine ghost visits the premises on which Charles Tacke was murdered, and exhibits lights of a bright, pe culiar flicker. Our young tillicum engaged in furnishing unreliable items for tiie twilight edition is gently reminded that a Montana community does not expect that a "Mormon dwarf" is posted in politics—or in any thing else. Now, cease your twaddle. Yesterday being monthly collection day in Butte, unusual activity was manifested on the streets, and the collecting of bills paya ble was brisk all day long. Inquiries re sulted in obtaining the information that set tlements were promptly made. The. senseless trash capped by tiie "admin istration head," and published by the sun down Inter Mountain, without an "s," is evidently the work of some beardless Mor mon boy, who has strayed accidently into Montana. The "piece" is on the boyish "in terview" style—thin and chaffy. [From Sunday's Dally.1 That large pair of overalls displayed at Sands & Boyce's was the cause of much in quiry yesterday. Tiie Salt Lake Tribune, of March 31st, says that quite a number of Utah miners are head ing toward Montana. The Butte Literary Society meets twice In each month, and is a society organized for the improvement and culture of Its members. The needed work of cleaning the alleys throughout tiie city is being generally prose cuted, but several alleys remain untouched yet. There are five murderers now confined in the jails of Montana Territory, who, if they get their just deserts, will stretch hemp until they are dead. Ail 'round the city improvements of resi dences are prominently noticeable. Many of these improvements, besides neing useful, are quite ornamental. From tiie best information obtainable, it is believed that tiie three cases of shooting which occurred in Montana last week, were all un provoked murders. On Broadway, two doors east of tlie Grand Central hotel, Mrs. E. Maralta has opened a confectionery, fruit, cigar and tobacco store, witli a fine stock for sale. We have a streak of genuine charily run ning through us that forbids us throwing tiie crepitant lash to the fledgling engaged on tiie sun down edition. When a whole town is laughing at the blunders of tiie tittle Mormon we withhold tiie rod. THE BA ICH ER litAlt lZ DIL I HUT. How the Eastern Ulstrlct of Moutnnn is Opening. The Fort Benton Hirer Dress publishes tiie following report of the Barker mining dis tiict : "Building is progressing rapidly and real estate has an upward tendency. A dozen new buildings are under way in Leadville, and several in Hughes and Galena cities. The favorable location and excellent timber privileges of Leadville make it particularly desirable for a town site. Work lias been suspended on the Nil Desperandnm for a short time, but at the last stroke of the pick the lead shows up better than ever. Messrs. Wetzel, Burns & Co. are to be commended for the excellent showing aud the amount of work expended in thus developing their lead. The Desperandnm can show more ore on the dump than any other lead in the camp. The deepest shaft in tiie camp is that sunk on the John Morgan lead, which is down 05 feet be low the surface, owned by Messrs. Wheaton, Mix & Co. Owing to the solidity of the walls, it was found unneccessary to timber even at this depth. There is a four-loot lead with galena intermixed with pyrites of iron. Captain Carter, one of tiie best quatz miners j in the camp, superintended tiie work, i Messrs. Kain, Lambert & Co., have struck it i rich at tiie torks of Galena creek, a mile above Hughes City. An ore-house lias been built at the entrance of the tunnel on tiie Summit ifc DeSoto lead, into which the ore is placed as fast as it is taken out. Tiie owners are pushing their'work rapidly forward, run- I ning both night aud day shifts. The Sum- j mit & Desoto promises to be the best lead of j the camp." his for DEMOCRATIC CO i;IETF CONVENTION Harmony ana Tally Along the Whale Democratic Eine. A Tula Convention Nominates an Excel leut/llcket Promptly at the hour of 12 m. yesterday, the democratic county convention of Silver Bow county assembled at Loeber's hall. Chairman Ransom, of the central commit tee, called the convention to order and an nounced a temporary organization the first business. On motion, Hon. E. D, Aiken was unani mously chosen temporary chairman, and on aking tiie chair he briefly thanked the con vention for the honor conferred. On motion, Tlios. Argyle w as unanimously chosen temporary secretary. On motion the chairman was authorized to appoint committees on credentials, permanent organization, and on order of business—each committee to consist ol three delegates. The chairman appointed tile committees in the following order: On Credentials — Lee W. Foster, George Rea, Patrick Clark. Ou Permanent Organization—John Bran nagan, James Shields, C. B. Houser. On Order of Business— H. G. Yaliton, Fred Scheuer, Peter McDermott. On motion tbe convention took a recess un til 2 o'clock. AFTEIIXOON SESSION. Chairman Aiken called the convention to or der at 2 o'clock. Ou motion, it was moved and carried that the chairman appoint a committee of three on platform and resolutions. The chairmau appointed as tire committee on platform aud resolution!, John Brannagau James Shields aud John P. Heins. The committee on credentials, reported the following delegates entitled to seats in the convention: Butte Precinct— H. G. Yaliton, John 11. Curtis, Hobt. McMinn, John C. Carroll, J. P. Reins, Jos. Rosenthal, W. J. McNamara, Geotlrey Lave.il, C. B. Houser, John Branna gan, E. W. Sigsby, Lee W. Foster, Tlios. Argyle. Walkerviile—Ed. Mahoney, Dennis O'Don neil, Patrick Clark, Mac. McKevitt, Ed. Rooney, James McQuillan. Meaderville—P. McDermott, Tlios. Buagy. Blacktail— G. W. Rea. Scheuer's— F. V. Scheuer. French Gulch—Ed. Barker. McCauley's—James Johnston. Moose Creek—John Traiuor. Silver Bow—Charles Carver. Centennial Brewery— E. D. Aiken. Divide—Daniel Parker. The. report of the committee on credential was adopted and the committee was dis charged. The permanent organization of the conven tion was effected by chosiug Hou. E. D. Aiken as chairman. On taking tiie chair, Mr. Aiken tlianxed the convention in a suit able speecli for the honor given him by his fellow democrats. Johu Curtis was chosen permanent secre tary ami IL G. Yaliton assistant secretary, The committee on order of business made the following report : 1 st—Nomination of Sheriff. 2d—Nomination of Clerk and Recorder. 3d—Nomination of Assessor. 4tli—Nomination of Probate Judge. 5th—Nomination of Treasurer. 0th—Nomination of Superintendent of Public Instruction. 7th—Nomination of three County Commis sioners. Stli—Nomination of County Surveyor. 9tb—Nomination of Coroner. lOtli Selection of seven members of Coun ty Central Committee. The report was adopted by the convention, when the chairman announced 'nominations for sheriff in order. A motion was made and adopted by the convention that all candidates placed in nom ination before tiie convention should pledge themselves to support the nominees. The nominations for sheriff were—Lou P. Smith, J. M. Yenable and Michael McNa mae. Eacli candidate came forward and pledged himself to support, heartily, the ticket to be placed in nomination. The first ballot resulted —Smith. 13; Yen able, 9; McNamee, 8 . No choice, as it took 10 to nominale. Second Ballot—Smith, 14; Venable, 9; Mc Namee, 7. No choice. Another ballot or dered. Third ballot—Smith, 15; Venable, 8 ; Mc Namee, 4; John Eddy, 1. Fourth ballot—Smith, 17 ; Venable, S; Mc Namee, 4; Eddy, 1. Tbe chair announced that Mr. Smith, hav ing received a majority of all the votes cast, was the nominee of the convention. Mr. Smith's nomination w as greeted with a demonstration of applause, aud he thanked the convention for its endorsement. The nomination of candidates for clerk and recordin' was tbe next business in order. W. W. Chapman, Silven Hughes, aud John Cameron were put in nomination. Messrs. Hughes, aud Cameron pledged themselves to support the ticket, and delegate Carroll vouched for Mr. Chapman's democracy. A ballot was ordered aud resulted—Chap man, 2; Hughes, 19; Cauicrou, 9. The chair announced that Mr. Hughes, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was the nominee of tiie convention for clerk and recorder. Mr. Hughes, in response to loud calls, thanked the convention and promised to do his best for the success of the entire ticket. The convention, on motion, took a recess for ten minutes. During the recess Taylor's brass baud dis coursed appropriate music and the crowd was enthusiastic. On re-assembling the nomination of a can of E. L. H. J. as of B. the its for in of to the bly to and day tbe be has link H. this See didate for assessor was the first business In order. James Cadigan, Wm. Archer and Fred Potting were placed in nomination for asses sor. The candidates ail pledged a hearty support of the nominees of the convention and tiie chair ordered that a ballot be taken. The ballot resulted-Cadigan, 17; Archen 10; Ed. Rooney, 8. 1 he chair stated that James Cadigan, hav ing received a majority of ai! the votes cast> was the nominee. For probate judge, A. 11. Barret and Caleb E. Irvine were placed in nomination. The ballot resulted—Barret, 10 ; Irvine, 19. The chairman declared Mr. Irvine duly nominated. Nomnations for treasurer were next in or der, and D. J. Welch, Joel W. Ransom and L. R. Mayette were placed in nomination. Each candidate pledged himself to support the ticket, and a ballot was odered : First ballot—Welch, 13 ; Ransom 9; May ette, 7 ; scattering, 1. No choice. Second ballot—Welch, 15 ; Ransom, 10 ; Mayette, 4 ; scattering 1. No choiece. Third ballot—Welch, Id ; Ransom 11 ; Mayette, 3. D. J. W'elcli was decided the nominee. On motion, tiie convention adjourned until 7 o'clock p. m. EVENING SESSION. At 7 o'clock Chairman Aiken called the convention to order. A nomination for superintendent of com mon schools was next. On motion, Jos. H. Harper was nominated by acclamation. Nominations for three county commission ers were made, aud a ballot taken as follows: J. Ross Clark), 17 ; Henry Jacobs, 1; Lee W. Foster, 7; Chris Nissler, 20; John Downs, 20; S. Marclresseau, 19; Jas.Talbot, 1. On motion, the three highest candidates— Nissler, Downs and Marchesseau—were de clared tiie unanimous choice of the convention for county commissioners. N. B. Ringeling was nominated for county surveyor by acclamation. A ballot for coroner resulted in no choice as there were a dozen candidates. On motion Dr. Thompson was declared the unanimous choice of the convention for coroner. On motion the chair was authorized to ap point a committee of three to report to the convention the names of seven democrats to constitute the democratic central committee of Silver Bow county. Convention took a recsss to allow the com mittee to report. Convention reassembled and the commit tee of three rporled. The following is the central committee as elected by the convention : W'. A. Clark, chairman; Geo. W. Rea, of Blacktail ; J. H. B. Foster, of Butte; W. W. Bently, of Silver Bow; W. B. Gallney, of Divide; John Cadi gan, oi Walkerviile; and II. G. Yaliton, of Butte. [The platform and resolutions will be found in another column.] A vote of thanks to Messrs. Aiken, Curtis and Yaliton was unanimously passed, aud the convention adjourned with enthusiastic cheers. A Hindi of Unmitigated I.ics. Last evening s issue of tin* Inter Mountain was filled with a batch of umitigated lies—the like of which is seldom crammed into the col umns of a newspaper. The slurs on the offi cers and delegates of tiie Democratic Con vention we pass as unworthy of notice. The statement of tiie Inter Mountain that there was discord in tiie Convention is a wholesale fa.sehood, stupendous in its proportions, and entirely unwarranted by any of the proceed ings of tiie Convention. The action of tiie Convention was harmonious throughout, aud its deliberations were marked by a spirit of enthusiasm rarely manifested by a delegate body. Its proceedings were regular and the allegations of the Inter Mountain to the con trary were manufactured by a mildewed brain for a base purpose. The lies alluded to were in the main cungered and concocted by the fertile brain of tiie "chief mogul"—the boss of the back-room conclave—and furnished to tiie scribblers of tiie sheet in hourly doses during all day yesterday. Tarbell's €11(1 Enterprise. We publish in this issue the prtspectus of the above enterprise. The name of the man ager is a guarantee that everything connected with the sales, drawing, distribution aud con veyancing of property will be fairly, honora bly and satisfactorily done, and the references given enable all who contemplate investing to assure themselves of its character before hand. Mr. Tarbell writes that the sale of tickets has already exceeded one thousand and believes all w ill be sold long before the day of drawing. The distribution will take place at Owsley's hall, Butte, May 12, and be conducted by a committee selected by tbe ticket holders present. For description of tbe real estate, see posters. Mr. Tarbell will be in Deer Lodge by April 20.—A 'em North West. .VIor*- VIInline Mncliluery. The Vulcan Mining Company, of this city, has purchased one pair of hoisting engines, link motion, with cylinder nine inches in di ameter, aud twelve-inch stroke ; also a fifty H. V. tubular boiler, and one of tli large Kuowles sinking pumps. 0 The Original Butte Mining Company, of this city, has purchased one miners' pros pecting engine and boiler. Also one pair of hoisting engines, twelve-cylindei and four teen-inch stroke, link motion and double drum, with sheave, etc., entire ; two safety water tube boilers of 75-horse power of the Babcock & Wilcox pattern, and one Knowles boiler feed pump. & Marsh got the best April fool by telegraph. See him and got it. A Fine Plea« or Office Work. The Miner office has received the official copy of the annual exhibit of the receipts and expenditures of Beaverhead county for the year ending March 1st, 1881, for publication. Tbe copy furnished by Mr. AI. E. Graeter. clerk of Beaverhead county, is the best sjieci men of that kind of work we have seen in Montana, both as to penmanship and accur acy in detailed tabulated form and it is com plete evidence that the hand of an expert turned the work out. CON MUNICATION. Butte, April 1st, 1881. Edito/ Butte Miner : I desire a short space in your columns to warn all printers against trusting to the rep resentations and promises of Leigh R. Free man, publisher of the Frontier Index. Through an advertisement inserted in an eastern paper last summer by Freeman, I en tered into a correspondence with him in re gard to a situation. He represented to me that he wanted a printer competent to take charge of a country paper, and desired rec ommendations as to my ability; I sent him such from a number of newspaper men, showing me to be a good compositor, an ex cellent daily paper foreman, and a first class local editor. In all our correspondence I made no claim oj being an efficient job print er. About the middle of last February I receiv ed a letter from Freeman asking me to "coine at once." I started soon after, and arrived in Butte last Tuesday, at an expense of $70, be ing all of my available means. I went to work Wednesday and worked until this morning, when Freeman discharged me because I could not do job printing to suit him. (He has very crude ideas of job work at the best.) He paid me $0 for the work I had done, thus making me spend $70 and considerable time to earn $0. While corresponding with me Freeman wrote that I would have no difficulty in get ting work should he and I not agree. I find, however, that there are several idle printers in the city, and I must go to work at something for which I am not fitted, granting that I can find employment, or else walk out of town in search of work at my trade, a discouraging undertaking in this country of magnificent distances and few newspapers. If 1 alone were a victim of this man's mis represetations I might think perhaps that I am in the wrong, but as I hear of two or three other printers in the city who have been bilked in the same way, I must believe that I have been outrageously imposed upon. I hope other printers w ill take warning and avoid trusting Freemen in particular. WILL KENNEDY. Minina Notes. Professor Hesse and Messrs. Longtnaid and Slierrard have returned from Butte and are examinating several mines in this vicinty. They think very highly of the Belmont and Red Mountain mining districts. Many more mining experts will soon visit the districts around Helena. The tunnel on the Black Swan and Alden leads, near Uuiouville, is now completed 700 feet. It strikes the shaft 150 feet from the surface. The cut across the vein is eight feet, and the wall has not yet been found. The ore is improving in quality and a large piece we were shown this morningshows free gold. The prospect for valuable mines is very flattering.— Herald. SPECIAL. The reliable one-price store of E. L. Bon ner A Co. have now displayed on their coun ters the handsomest line of ladies' plain aud fancy silk suits ever shown in the city. They have also within the past few days received a large shipment of new designs in wall papers, carpets and many other goods through the different departments, iucludingstylisli lines in men's fancy shirts, hats and fine clothing. This concern, taking their stores at the differ ent points where they are established, is the heaviest in the territory,, and with tiie advan tage of keeping their buyer constantly in the market purchasing in original markets direct from manufacturers, and having secured special railroad rates (which are denied small er shippers) they are now contracting to sup ply from their Butte house during the coming season, tiie retail dealers throughout the ter ritory who have been heretofore buying in the ■astern markets. With houses like the above who are willing to put in all the capital neces sary for the success of their undertakings, we •laim within a year that Butte will be the dis tributing centre of Montana, as well as tiie mining centre of the west. • NEW SPRING GOODS. At tiie Fashionable Emporium of Sands A Boyce will be found new and stylish goods just received by express. Novelties in fine silk and satin brocade combination suits in new and fashionable coloring. Beautiful and stylish walking suits in camel hair, momei cloth and other fashionable fabrics. Advance shipments of fine and elegant goods are being placed on their shelving and counters, which consist of new shades in Kid Gloves, from I three to eight buttons in opera, ecru and oth- i er fashionable colorings. New and stylish 1 Guipure Lace Mitts, in opera shades, and tine j black silk Elbow Mitts, lor ladies, misses | and children's wear. Novel and stylish j spring Ulsters, i'aletots, Ilaurloeks' Walking; Jackets, together with tine Laces, Eiubroider eries, Black and Colored Silks, Satins, and j Sater D'Lyon and Merveilliex in the most j exquisite and fashionable colorings. Sands j & Boyce will continue to receive tiie most j elegant goods and sell at lowest prices. DRESSMAKING. Mrs. Stephen Benjamin, having lately re- i turned from the East, wishes lo inform the Pub- j lie that she is now prepared to do all kinds of plain and fancy Sewing ; also will cut and L ! dresses after the latest styles. Orders by ma I will receive prompt attention. Residence, Washington St., below Catholic church. MRS. BENJAMIN, an l5-d3m MISS LAC AILLE. I i 1 j | j j j j j ust er lerem Remaining in the post office at Butte, vertised April 2.1881, ' Allison, Wm Anderson, Andrew Ba-nhardt, W D Baitista Bandy J Benjamin, Geo Black Geo Blanchard, Chas Bird, Jas Blanchard, Chas Boyle, C L Bouten, Cellino Bowman. C C Boyles, F Brisben, Narcice Carroll Michael Casebene, B F Cavanaugh, Miles Callahan, John Cosby, J A Chadrick Chas Clark, E L Cook, Jas Coy, Alex Cole, II H Cole Jos Cotem, Gigninor Covert, Ira Came, John Dillon Miss A Evans Miss S J Geveniux, Louis Gleassn, Edward Hallis, John Hammer, J R Hill, E C Hooper, Jas Hoban, C E Wilson, Miss Lilly Young. Jim Jonnson, John Jones Edward Kellogg, G F King Wm Laveliey, A 1.Trains, Dawrien Lorld Lew Lutrage, Wm Lynch, Miss L Mevmann, Jerry Medlin, John Mowey, Mrs if Movelle Elie McBride Jas McDonald, J D McCaula, Mr McLeod, Alex Noiris Geo O'Neil, P E O'Maley, John 2 O'Sullivan, Timothy Rogantena, Giovane Rivers, Wm Schaffer Miss Emma Seltier, C Skam, Johu Stork A M Stearns, Richard Smith, Mrs M Stetb, CO Taylor, IIW Thompson, L i'ary Jas Watkins Hiram 2 Wells, Harley White, Geo White, Tom Wright Ed •* Ah Hep Kam Chong CHINESE. Luan, Hung <k Co. Persons calling for the above will please sar advertised and give date of list. W. Egbert Smith, r. 1 LEYSON &, TURCK, © Authorized City Time-Keepers. Dealers in fine Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, CLOCKS, ETC., ETC., A.rr EASTERN PRICES A fine line of Gold and Steel Spectacles and Eye-Glasses. Having superior facilities, we guarantee first class work in watch repairing. Orders by Mail Solicited CIRTON HOUSE, BUTTE CITY, MONT., MILO FRENCH : Proprietor Good Accommodations for Lodgert. - o— - No Bar in nor Saloon neai the House. Gueits will Receive Good Attention. Board per week........................ »6 00 Board per Day......................... i m Lodging per Day................... The traveling public will find this a pleasant hotel, and their patronage is respectfully solic ited. l- 3 m MILO FRENCH lOO Seaside Library!. at Julius Mendelsohn's. WANTED. Five or six good miners to work by the day or contract, also two good dairy men. Apply immediately to the undersigned. Run, Siienon. Bannack, M. T., March 29, 1881. ap!4 NOTICE. A special meeting of the County Commis sioners of Silver Bow County will be held April 9th, 1881, at tbe office of Lee W. Fos ter & Co., for the purpose of drawing trial and grand jurors tor the term of the District Court to be held in tbe Citv of Butte, Silver Bow County, M. T., May 4th, 1881. By order ofthe Board of Commissioners. Silven Hugues, Clerk. Butte, April l, 1881. td />. J. JENKS , Contractor & Builder. PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS Furnished ichen desired. Verandas, Porch es and exterior decorations a specially. • Shop on Idaho Street, between Granite and Quartz. 3apdtt MILL CREEK MILLS, One mile east of Sheridan, on Mill creek, in Madison county. CHAS. PIETSCH, Miller, Manufacturer of tbe celebrated XXXX brand ot Flour. The mill has new and improved machinery. GRAHAM FLOUR, CRACKED WHEAT, BRAN AND SHORTS Constantly ou hand. mar22wtf GEO. HALL, Proprietor. Mining Company Pay Roll*. The Miner has in stock a supply of pay roll* properly ruled Parties wishing them can have the name of their company printed upon the heading. They are then ready for use. tf COLLECTION NOTICE. " All persons knowing themselves indebted to the firm of D. J. Welch À Co. are herehy noti fied that all accounts have been transferred and are payable tome as agent lor the assignees An early settlement is solicited. feb 2-dtf J. B. WILCOX, Agent.