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Butte Miner (Newspaper) - November 13, 1877, Butte, Montana NUMBER 24 MlL B BO r i Y One copy one 50 3 00 One copy 5 X by Carrier 50 per month to the each Advertising rates will bo furnished on C ro pbi I a u r ant BUTTE MONTANA upstairs in the Stevens Building Mam St p Physician at Residence MONTANA Calls In town promptly attended lo J W Physician and Surgeon In Bale's Drug Store MONTANA Will to professional culls in and Country JOHN F COUNSELLOR AT LAW BUTTE CITY Collections Attended To J C C Thornton Ai T T O K B AHD COUNSELLOR Af LAW AND 1 BUTTE MONTANA MONTANA THE FAVORITE EATING HEALS AT All DAT Board 57.00 Single meals y 50 Come and get a Square Meal JOS BUTTE RESTAURANT Pfaff Sherman PROPRIETORS Broadway cast of Street T 52 W K BOOM 3 HAY D C Special attention lo all tu thn public hinds lo and Tor Mineral crul lor O B ami XV W nixon lisa M T 1 ly D L U S Deputy Mineral IODGE MONTANA HEALS OK LUNCHES all hours of tUe Day and Night lioa oe Si a Lunches K tea Guests will Receive courteous their wants will be carefully looked to Ihc place and come and a meal SCOTT Deer Lodge Montana The nnd Popular Hotel cf the Western Slope SCOTT Proprietor Lodge City Montana ASSAYERS Late of Territory from u to ately the following clay the Mine anii In rear of Wells Fargo i M T Uox 18 N L BUTTE of Gold Silver Copper and Lead WiH In of mines report upon mining etu Broadway ad west A C5 jlf jE MA S S -A Y B I of MONT formerly occupied by the M Special attention to Sample all kinds of and silver bullion sent from a promptly at- tended lo and made Ibc following day Charges reasonable Accommodations i G E N T E N N I A L Butte City Montana BEAL Corner Main and Granite Streets The of and ter seed has brought us to City Meat Markets POTTING KONZELMAN AND Silver Bow BEEF VEAL PORK MUTTON ALL CHOICE MEATS Iff Hie above markets for years 11 Tor we to supply my Beat Meals at New will do well to patronize the old CITY MAKKET POTTISU IEV Proprietor Broadway oast of Slam Street A Largo Supply and Choice Variety of Heats Always oa the FORK established a will o with a variety of at le yomg prices 1 0 GIRTON HOUSE BUTTE CITY MONT ROBERT GIRTON Good Accommodations for Xo Bar in nor Saloon near the House Guests will Good Attention per per Day 1 0 Thu traveling public will mid this hotel ami is respectfully ROUT G A Jeweler with II BUTT 15 MONTANA COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL Nos 37 and 39 Watches of every class and cleaned on and In the manner Variety MONTANA CONFECTIONERY AND TOBACCOS LETTER NOTE tional and Kent mills nil and Onion Skin Note and Letter tor foreign correspondence Wedding and all styles colors and prices writing school ink Carmine etc books Journals ledgers account books every variety VARIETY cutlery booKs all styles of pens and pencils paper weights rulers and variety copy books prompt o WM Cable Lime for Sale STREET Helena Montana SCHWAB PROPRIETORS INTERNATION HOTEL HELENA Mont RINDA Travelers who have the principal In tho Territory concede UUs to be the best Hotel In Montana affording better and setting decide lly Uie best table of any north of tho U and C road TERMS REASONABLE A D HOWE Clerk for Will Lime on h by load to or in mhall to r B B BcV er M AND UNDERTAKER aad Made to Order All or saws nnd set at lowest ratee ami every description of job work In my line promptly and neatly done have for sale all sizes GLAZES Blinds and House Trimmings And me roe tie School HOUR BRADFORD DEALEES IN Meats and To the Trade JUST ARRIVED Making my stock now line SoW at to meet the I make a specialty of Fine and ctio AND 1 recognize the fact merchants must bny and sell on small margin JOHN SUTTE IB E K R ALL S A L SCHMIDT O O PROPRIETORS MAIS BUTTE MONTANA SALOON Is entirely now fitted up J in a stylo to n ly In City A Lurge Stock of Segars Just Received from California The Bar stocked with best brands of Liquor and Cigars and Brewery Beer tap In connection Hall and Seloon wo are also proprietors of the CENTENNIAL BREWERY Ami Manufacture Lager Beer and Bottled Beer Anil have a supply constantly on hand trade nr private partie Th will bo furnished wit the at religion's ple celebrate ami the enduring God This constant de- of Father for all the good gifts of and Health of peace and happiness so lu bur history made a habit oi our people finds iii the survey of the past year hew for iis joyful and grateful manifestation in all the blessings which depend seasons This lias indeed been year Over the whole territory of our all diversity of products ims yielded a bountiful return to the The lent or wide-spread disease no great disasters of shipwreck upon our to our com- on the seas have brought loss and hardship to marines and ed the tlie community willi pathetic sorrow In all concerns our strength and a nation In all that touches the permanence and rity of our Government anil institutions on which it rests in all that the and onr people and tesis our capacity to enjoy and uphold and condition of which aie now permanent and throughout the land the experience of the lust is conspicuously by of God and 13 full of promise and hope for the coming generations Under of obligations to the of the seasons and us humbly to our own faults and frailties in any degree that pel feet concord and happiness peace anil which such great mercies should through the hearis anil lives of onr people do not altogether and always everywhere prevail Let us wil h one spirit and one voice lift up praise and to God fur goodness to onr lands his manifest care for the nation Now I B Hayes of the Slales do the day of s a day ot thanksgiving anil prayer and i eives cares the ie nf the United States do meet together on day in their respective liere to give thanks lo Almighty Gnu for his and lo devoutly beseech their con- nuance In witness whereof etc Signed R B THE 1 WO Why tie Present of tie Bid Kot Kang tie Cameiluaoy New York I Hud President Johnson a special reason for paring life ol Jefferson Davis and ng ins trial till popular excitement had in a t recent puts and to answer documents opted from the originals in President possession The is a the resident Humphrey April statement ruin Greenwood of Or eans then engaged in the service of Lork war in he army -Ue-was not a friend if Mr Davis's considering that he had lieen by during the wiiK was to the that a Mid been entered into at Bristol in to hang Mr on his return from the people being infuriated of his great Union speech made Scnate but that Davis hearing of tlie danger that threatened warned wood of it and ordered him to run the train in to lonesborough thus the evs In inclosing this ilr Mai shall wrote to Mr i know were I in your place such facts were connected with HIP or a crisis in my life and he who had so served me was as Davis is I should like to know the lads i write this then more in ness to you than to your Stale prisoner Effect ofthe Country Virginia Nov Enterprise In report of the silver commission we wonder how many Con- gressmen silver ami cost sy much that for that reason alone they are of right called precious metals Virginia whole and is the mosi camp iii the world Milling has gone on actively for seventeen years From these mines some dozer or two dozen men have directly from the mines while a good many others What is the Brooklyn bridge built and steal What the alphabet are most lite a Russian The Js are Cats are much slandered They make a noise until driven to the waul JTr just got married It is hoped that his ladle like Confound it how long do you keep they're ate have made a good deal of money because of the supplies and labor which the mines have required But it is manifest that the same amount of money expended hern would if employed in some other of life's occupations have brought to the workers generous return The world would not so there would have been homes and inore happiness among those whose lives are being worn out i ibis desert mountain side There is thing intangible about and silver They are tlie mediums of exchange which the acknowledges to be measures of value but of all the products though these are among the most dense and they are hardest lo secure and keep Since ing has been the ruling industry of this coast Into the lap of these toilers poured probably the re- sult is separate the Vioni the rest and consider their con- dition wu find a few and a host of poor men There is a fascination about this chase for wealth Which forever litres men which supports and keeps their hopes alive after failures The result lilts of properly all Union it sustains the Government iii times uf trouble and distress it quickens the blood tills tiie arteries of commerce but it blesses every region ot the Great more than the regions where the silver is found The faces of men miners through a term of years are a study in themselves They are those of other They are a distinct and They have hoped for more than the men who from a certain capital expect a profit and their hopes have been nurtured so long and at intervals have been so cruelly crushed that whatever may come hereafter of Joy or row a thrill of a moan of And those Eastern which in their all to restore to silver its royal prerogative of as but an to some silver if they would but pains to the silver of Nevada arc of more to the business men of the East em States thaii to the men who work the depths If they consider they will that the men of Wall strew who gamble on a nation's really more interested if removing every tion which now lies way of mining than are the men of this mines the would agriculture manufactures ul ly compete with their Eastern But let mining be for live yeare with of treasure and would overwhelm all the East MTe do nut think we are in yuing in of silver money and think oli the score of we owe nothing There is a shop kept by an old maul in New York in the window of appear these reasonable offer refused The The closer than a brother has himself hum sweet hum Doin Pedro death No but he felt like doing it several limes when the train slowed down to miles an Philadelphia Bullet The Free is still away behind the age for it thinks It is better that a woman shouh keep her ngs iii repair than that she should know the the rainbow Kever catch me marrying a said a Chicago When 1 get married it will be to some doesn't need reforming wa to a show fo time in his When he came home hi mother him what he had seon An elephant mamma that gobbled hay with hi front book and woman are exce lent those who know appreciate their men how both from GOLD AMD 1 f- 3 fr I Origin to tit fatata v t their covering Why did you name that old Choree asked of a- whose was almost reduced to a skeleton Why marse you see its caze the bony part is so strong in him It costs each resident of New York City a year to be has doubtless No sensible woman undertake govern a man at- that Free Press In Texas recently ajudge broke while sentencing one a do to be hanged for surprised at Ibis iii going back t jail f judge A frenchman stopping tavern asked for Jacob no such person said the not any i ie that is flip yes in s Did yon steal the asked the Magistrate individual who was arraigned before l decline the morbid curiosity of by answering responded tlie seedy at- the wore few clottes is not of two Sticll big urn 1 W D course of lectures m Gold Hill last Tha was In ot Gold and SiHei notwithstanding he our citizens of this theme the attendance was very light not to the of Gold Hill Those who were preV nt an ample recompense for ime and money The Professor showed first thit are in the atmosphere of the sun and the of the Milky Science infers that he condition of all metals is trial in metals exist in traced fiom mist m the skj the history of atom ot man windings til t appears js oie in the rocks lie sketched history of atoms from a nebula to an ocean All were once held in solution bj AH ocean is the atmosphere of metals and lead and silver and gold float unseen through the oce in in then atmosphere of ric acid as musical notes float invisible in tlie air The speiker showed fiom drops of primeval sea m cavities of rocks that the mat ocean contained a large per cent of the precious He to the present oceans and that they contain these metals although in lesi What has been lost is the measure of what has been laid to rest in tlie rocks Metals n ere into the rocks on a at the tome when life was into the on a great scale Life or death then bos been au in drawing from the sea The speaker showed how seaweeds lead and copper tml silver how decaying bodies robbing the metallic molecule of them as metallic All precious metals hart been fiom circulation and laid to rest the life of seaweeds and the death of sea All rocks formed on bed aie nch in the ruins of by gone creations lie uch m particles of these particles mitst nicked uu and fissures we i on to process of and Fissures are riot tille horn below Neither are they tilled from above they are filled by hot water which is a solve it and which picks the atoms fiom the neighboring rocks bears them along and drops them into open fissures Jhe samf pi oce 9 that filled the is going on sures aie to day i pio of tilling w ith gold 3 ft Tie Origin of An old fireman of San Francisco writes as Several explanations hoodlum have been published but so far lone have been correct Having a knowledge of iis origin I will trouble you to give space to the true The term originated with Com- boys on Second street in this Jimmy Arthur cello and a few more of the boys were wont on pleasant evenings to cigars in our chairs tipped back against the wall of the house As an incident of pleasant times I remember of a couple of girls who regularly passed by when if Jimmy aforesaid was around he generally got a smile from 0116 or both times he would join them and walk a block or two At this lime were much worn and the boys observing these always wore them soon them us a dis- The Girls with the though some were content to call girls A compromise between the two titles was soon struck and here comes the hoodlum girls was quite sufficient to bring Jimmy to the trout as came down from the direction of Howard street These young girls were of that class who we're AS now frequent attendants at the cheap balls and and when it became place any female in we knew of no more expressive title than what was then considered ns having a more limited tion than it now has fhc title spread the class young men the meaning An attached Lo United States Coast survey steamer McArthur writes to tiia San Francisco Chronicle concerning a test of the great of referring recent item published in that Draper to the that a champagne to a certain depth would Uise its and become tilled Iii issue October ISth I find an article Pressure of the Sea Haying made the experiment that is lowered a pint bottle of champagne lo a great depth and having had an entirely different result from the one to 1 take the liberty to ad- dress these lines About two years ago 1 was attached to the and had charge of the -a cable from San Francisco to Brisbane Australia When sounding near the Hue t bent pint bottle of to the wire and lowered it to the depth of fathoms or miles At that depth the bottle was subjected to a pressure of about 3.8 tons per inch The bottle was submerged for over came up in condition The contents were also all right The champagne however was when brought to the surface and was by half a dozen officers who could detect uo sighs of sei water Weak A very simple remedy for weak or sore eyes is recommended as follows Get a cuke of elder flowers at the druggist's and steep in one gill of water it must in bright tin or earthenware strain nicely and then add three drops laudanum bottle it and keep in a cool place then use it as a wash letting sonic of it get in the eyes Follow this and is certain II the eyes are painful or much sore make small compresses wet in tlie mixture arid bind over the night I can warrant tho as harmless and sure having tried it in a ber of cases where other skill and remedies had utterly failed If the eyes are bailly in- flamed use it very freely anil a tea made of elder flowers and drunk would the blood Pure rock salt anil water will strengthen your weak eyes if bathe them daily in it 1 would earnestly advise yon to avoid or washes containing or other it a short time ago in oik w is Genual intends to wrapped up in a any on tie river with much the disregard of Times i- lie to the Woman is living bounding angel her confidence terribly when her husband comes at iii the a dozen mess mackerel string n and aad black long faces tell tins world wilderness Re- ligious are nursed by propel ind old-young breathe the s line spirit The crv is the entire range of lackadaisical literature are requested misanthropes to consider a forlorn road dusty and toilsome and tlie soiled and the having a like all a with drooping a gilded show of and hollow battle fierce and wasting a constant struggle and a constant them Nature lias no chann Theie is no melody in of the no aid beauty in trees anu flowers no in the the bird Eat th is an and a id sterile desert and her fair leprous in sight Their Tiie says ing man chanced to drop into a store a day or two Uie fire conversation naturally turned to and he remarked to sitting near I suppose everybody thinks the tire was the work of au saiid the old souier do think so think it yon always have such damp weather as said his ill a startled tone 1 said such damp the delegate with ter of the suid the tati apparently sometimes in the jead to the magic measures of tlie poet A little will precocity of some of our boys Two were talking when one of them said the Russian Eagle had three heads The other boy said he had but two That's all know about said the used to have but two but the Turks have lately put another on which makes three And tlie boy walked ger tlian the of Virginia's paid Uie jold Hill troing Xoith street she en- a with a dilapidated of a patent Aly said she what makes you lie so like Vou me there be any fall and here's the of one now and they've got a too animal that is and if take me to see it yard of sausage or bite of have this winter You hear During a speech by Mr Evarts yesterday the cars started and the distinguish was made to sit-down on the platform with What's tiie said Hie anxiously roused by the jar It's only rising as no harm done Heavens said North to in ruining huid 10 hi 1 in lo litar that 1 tci a moment it must M tbo the spe iking in of and tile glowing tracery of the painter Music finds iio echo in chambers of hearts 1 hey no welcome to and generous hand off friendship Wrapped in a cloud ot distrust and discontent sniffle away their existence new instance of man's or ingi is seized upon by such lures AS a fresh endorsement ot their pel that this is a sad They hyp amid a timing of mutual bugbears and empires The mere chance of a comet with a tail ot fire jostling our in Us mad them with consternation Then boots mil fit nor their corns stop groning They are im behind on all occasions are sure to be caught in the lain with no and their et book in tlie pocket of a garment at koine They always happen to be walking when a mad dog or a mad bull is through the streets 1 hen buttons are bursting and perversely down w hen they ought to stand up They never cutting their chin A meal in occurs to them Their rich relations and their poor relations are always dying v side shady side Theie is a sunny bright breezy and And there are that are always naim aiM sunny and lowing with love and confiding The the lloWers the birds eyes of the on this side are and i ly cnn n alk on this side nut that the burden of sorrow and often hard lo fare distress and Haul are all all short sighted and Bounder In doubts and fears The i gather dismal aud al UK be tbt sets the rainbow of CM took through and the mis its man cheerily mil Lfe I ami misery but a low 4
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