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---The woman's club-The broomstick. -The "Pacific mails "-Quiet h'usbands. -Leap-year wedding fashons for gentle men-Ready-made Suits. -A SHORT LETTER, " John: CometaBftastate.-Mary." -Motto for an orphan asylum-Thus far and on father. -Every old maid can boast of two beaux, but they are elbows. -A man can find fault in any direction he is pleased to look for it. -The first man who ever went round the world-The man in the moon. -Why is a man that car't learn by ex perience like laurel ? Because he is an ev ergreen. -An intemperate printer is a typographic al efror. -Books mostinfluenced by hard tim'es are pocket-books. -The money and hair of a fool are soon parted in the middle. -When farmers cannot raise good crops they do the other thing-raise the prices. -If you wish for money, send a postal ,card to the man who ows you, and the thing is dun. -An impossible quantity-Too much money. -A joint affair with but a single part to It.--hetumatism. -Watering places that remain open all winter.-The mouths of milk-cans. -Many a foolish fellow, who talks of lay ing down his life, had much butter elevate it. , --" Marriage," said an unfortunate hus. band, " is the .graveyard of love."-" And you, me~," ,replied his wife, ' are the grave -William, who used to boast that he nev er owed adollarin his life and never would, ~i;: less than a year after his marriage had a At.tle Bill:to take up every day. Thus rules tes vyga jgabolaire: Never bet on a single paire, Fot ti Ckid will beatyou squatr, Your cht e to win may be reckoned air- That is, if your three are away up there: S I7i: will do, but by aces swear, '1i4h *b$t of a "kiid may make you stage, Or a ioyial l fah if the four hand's hair, Therefore, draw, boys, draw, with care And sahft .i~trard with a careless air, That Whe) at 1ietttall you da~re, You nutd ; ' rye: ;kpile " of the gay orpup ale. --"My dear bo;," .W id. a loud aunt to a f'very tt nephew, don't you know that in le.~ig thi i ar life you are sbozftinig Four days'" f"it's' qhite possible," "as the ,ooI reply, .'but then look how I: lngthen , -: -gentleman, the other day saw a neatly wrapped package lying on th~ sidewaik, but was h tdo shaip to pick bi'.i, and merely smiled at the harmless self and passed on. When however, he saw a bo'th lak stop aud undo it and take out a box qf fine cigars that some onehad droppe.the aoorid.eem en to all be slipping away from him. -An Englishman, Irishman, apd Scotch man, were found guilty of murder and were -senteneed to be hntg,; The Judge told Sthqm they could eS;ap bioiose the tree on which they would lilke to be chung. The Sootehman promptly chose an ash tree and "he Englsliman an oak.. "Well, P-att, what Sdo you "hoose ".' ' I: f it please your honor, oftl Ahther be hing ona, goosebqry h Ohy," said the judge, " that's not large enough.' B egorra, said a, I'll walt till it grows." -- *it er's wifi Spaking of the Smart ness 4o)ie, on, .alad lx years old, iaid: "'ie can' r4edfutly, repeat the whole cat or.: . Yes.. ii bh. ," sId ". t:. ug hope 1A4, " sand yesierdea f )iced e.dIawon, throwed the e at z veit' el, *l ad tole 9hi _cBkey's gmletG " Ing gape lately, pape jaw outpfjolnt, ana hahn't had such a ,aigatln sineehia ns ma In0: aalg FOR SALE OR RENT. A good vegetable, grain and hay Ranch, situated on Duck Creek, Missouri valley, with farming im plements. " Water and range convenient for alarge dairy. Within three miles of a good quartz camp. Terms reasonable. For particulars, apply at the ,Iusbandman office. Diamond City, March 16th, 1876-n16-3w. T. E. COLLIN S, ATTOIRWEY AT LATW. Special attention given to Collections in all farts of the Territory. Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office at County Clerk's Office, DIAMOND CITY, - - - MONTANA. Nov. 25, 1875-tf. MOFFITT & ROSENCRANS, Dealers in STAPLE and FANCY STATIONERY, School Books, Picture Frames, Xouldings, Notions, Fancy Goods, etc., ete. MAIN STREET, POST OFFICE BUILDING, RELENA, - - - MONTANA. News Depot connected with the establishment. Subscriptions received for the leading Periodicals, Magazines, Newspapers, Etc., etc., and mailed regularly to subscribers. December 30, 1875.-6m. HELENA AND DIAMOND CITY, STAG L' I.lTE. UNITED STATE$ MAIL. P. B. CLARK, - - Proprietor. Coaches leave Helena Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at7 o'clock a. m. Leave Diamond City Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at7 o'clock, a. m. HELENA AND BOZEMAN. Coaches leave Helena every morning, (Sundays Leav. . aneeryfin , 4 1 ftig, (Sundays except ld,) at4 o'clock a. m. Passengers and' freight carried at moderate rates. OFFICES: HELENA--Davis & Wallace's, Main Street. BoZEMHAN-Willson & Rich's, cor. Main and Boze man Streets. BOZEMAN AND VIRGINIA. Leaves Virginia City every Monday, Wednesday andFriday, at 4o'clock, ,.m. SLeaves Bozeman Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, at o'clock, a. m. O.rPs--In Virginia, at Raymond Bros. ALTER WDELACY, U1 S. DEPUTY MINERAL-SURVEYOR HELENA, - - - MONTANA. . SHARLES MARIKHAM, MAIN STREET, HELENA, M. T., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in, and Manufacturer of Saddles and Bridles Rling S.ddles, Rd4t4 WBrbdles, Horse Collars, Har near o 1, PistOll.ofelters, Line Sheets, Gig Saddles, Spanish-Btsa, Meatcan Spurs, ROUND Ai·TD)FLAT R.RIDLES, I.4.ory and Heorn irtingaleRings, SCaglbornia Saddle TreSide Saddles Curry COmbs, Brushes, etc. 'AU Sales aikd de Lowest CcuJ Rates. January s, 18786-Iy NOTICE TO MINES. SUnited tnteis Land O1icec Helena: Mo$ntkaa, April 21, 1876. .AnihdI~aCr , *Boeepost oIee address is Cen bUe, MestoeuaIontnanhas thisd sareiuh ·m ese:a0 twwts, e seatlI half of the leto Iat jo..s ', ix nj5t, range lo. Ras tan abm timofny $ egedc tnoat aprrl n~, saItf8landW ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN, A first class Weekly Journal, devoted to AhGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, STOCK RAISING, WOOL GROWING, AND THE Industrial and Educational Interests of the Great North-west. WITH A HOME DEPARTMENT, Filled with choice selections and contributions from good Authors, and a general review of passing events, Mineral and Scientific News, comprising in all to make it THE BEST FAMILY NEWSPAPER Published in Montana. Persons desirous of send ing ap.aper to their friends in the States will find it to be just what they want, as it will contain, from time to time, a full and complete account of the manner, cost and result of FARMING, GARDENIN.G AND FRUIT CULTURE IN EVERY SECTION OF OUR TERRITORY. Together with the best information concerning our great Pastoral advantages and Water Privileges. Also, statements of experiments in WOOL AND STOCK GROWING, Showing the profit to be realized. Everything given from a RELIABLE SOURCE. As an ADVERTISING ' MEDIUM, It will have no equal in the Territory, since it is the only paper that will be read by all industrial classes, and umversally by farmers and stock men. We will endeavor to Protect Our Patrons Against articles of doubtful utility and irresponsible firms. Our friends in the East may rely upon the information given by the RocxlY KMounTAWi Hus BANDMAN, respecting the Superior Advantages Montana Offers To those seeking homes. Having traveled through all the principal valleys in the Territory, and being intimately acquainted with, and having friends in every neighborhood, is prepared to FURNISH CORRECT INFORMATION Relative to agricultural land, pasturage, water rights, mill sites, lodes aid placer mines. In fact, EVERY BRANCH OF INDUSTRY or business, togethet with snow full, severity of the weather, wind, frosts, etc. The Patrons of Husbandry will bear in mind that the HUSBA-DMA. was, by a unanimous vote of the First Annual Session of the TERRITORIAL GRANGE adopted as the medium for communicating with the members of Subordinaie Granges, and that the members of that body were earestly equested to FREE FROM ALL 81JlTONAL BIAS, Or personal controversies, it will lend lta aid to thecause of justice and truth. Itwill befound a COUNSELOR AND COMPANIOz0 fo evo western freside. Single C~o les Ten Cents. MAYN & HEITMAN, .R.O CO 8E) S, And Dealers in TOBACCO, CIGARS AND LIQUORS, Opposite. Travis's Stable, LOWER MAIN STREET, HELENA, M. T. PAY IIIGIEST PRICE FOR FRODUCE. December 2, 1875-6m. GILBERT ECKER, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Custom made Boots and Shoes DIAMOND CITY, MONTANA. Keeps a good Stock of BOYS BOOTS, ARCTIC OVERSHOES, BUFFALO BOOTS AND SHOES. I"HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR IIIDES'I December 2, 1875-6m. S T. LOUIS HOTEL. SCHWAB & ZIMMERMAN, Proprietors, Entrance on Main and Jackson Sts., HELENA, MONTANA. This Hotel is first-class in all its appointments. The tables are constantly supplied with all the deli cacies the market affords, and charges reasonable. Ample accommodations for'the traveling public. December 30, 1875-tf. W M. M. . PRICE & CO. Commission Merchants ---A.D- MISSOURI STATE GRANGE AGENCY, NO. 14 SOUTH COM'L ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. Special attention given to the sale of GRAIN, TOBACCO, WOOL, HIDES, &c. And to the purchase of FARM, FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA Designated Depository of the United States. S. T. HAUSER, - - - - President. D. C. CORBIN, - - - Cashier. T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Ass't. Cashier. We transact a general Banking business and buy at the highest rates, GOLD DUST, CO'IN, GOLDAND SILVER BULLION, And Local Securities; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers. Available in all parts of the United States and Can adas, Great Britain, Ireland and the Continent. Collections made and proceeds remitted promptly. Helena, January 20, 1876-tf H. HERSHFIELD & BRO., 3B ANKER S, MAIN STREET, HELENA MONTANA, The Highest Market Price Paid For GOLD DUST, 6old and Silver Bullion, BUY TERRITORIAL AND COUNTY SECURITIES. Deposits Received, and Interest Allowed on the Same, if Left for a Specified Time. Exchange ON THE Bought and sold. 19-7 PEOPLE' MEAT T. CLOUDY KROFT AT HIS OLD BU8INESS AGAlW. poeps constantly on hand thW best quality of REEF, PORIu, MUTTON 4N1) SAAUIAGE One door west of Ruebandma Odiae, MaINt- STREET, DIAMOND IT7I, M1. T Nov. 2, lS7-t4.