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CB TBNZIAL COOXE8SION-r-REAU-. O0 AG~lOULI!URE; PHILADELPHIA, June 1st, 1876. 'The American Dairymen's Association has crected, in close proximity to the Agri. vL tural pi i4 pg of the Centennial Interna tional £xhibitifon, a model cheese and butter fa~cory, with rooms for an extensive display of dairy produnts; and the apparatus and appliances used in the manufacture of the same. _T'e dairy, house is in the form of a double , the ' front portion being 116 feet long by 28 feet wide, and comprising three ap rtments: the ceinter one illustrative in its appointments of the American cheese fac tfyiand 'reamery system; the end rooms being fitted up for the exhibition of butter andlhicy cheese. The wings are 64 feet in len th by 30 feet in width, and are appro prnite, one for the display of foreign cheese, the o her for Amerlean. Beneath the build lng is a cellar of 864 square feet, for the storage of prod ucts not ready for exhibition The. Whole structure Is of two stories in light, the upper flowr being fitted up with rece goii-rooms, offices for committees, P fTtr th#tge and'thepreparation of . pro 1uats, and for restaurant purposes, it bekig designed to establish a farmers' lunch room 'In the building. Access to the inte rlor of the 6xhibition' ribms twill be closed to visitors, ample opportunity being given to 4 thedislay through numerous win A4oWs opening uppn the veranda, which sur rOtfl'fs the wiiote structure. Cheese *nd butter will be displayed on bencbes or low tables. provided free of charge. Producers may themselves assume the charge of their goods, or can place them in the care of a thoroughly capable custo dian, selected by the .bureau, and paid by the exhibitors according to a scale of prices St be stairsed by the Dairymen's Asso catio ' The dairy building will be ready for the reception of exhibits continuously from June 7th to November 1st, It being de signed t6 have a constant exhibition, a fea ture commending itself to the fullest sup port of dairymen. To afford, however, op -po*tUity fbr more active competition. it has been decided to have two grand exhibi tions, one of spring butter and cheese, June 26th tbA~ur 6th; and one of autumn butter 4no eee 9coer 17th to, 21st. For' the 4'guxuauee Mr6du6ez; the- bureau of aigni culty ha, devisod th following regulation: Butter will be judged upon the relative merits as to the make, color, flavor, texture, 'olW :4tl4 keeppng ,quality. Parties ex ibitin for competition must be prepared to ti~t~i~ii tateibnelits as to tile maiking of' the bu t uapon printed blanks, which will utter offered for competition will be in 'aost .oeptauble form, if made under the mowing olasification, -pJ UeMge, Tespect Ively to the manufl airct &7 f ., mer es. and darles. Best samp pe 200 r pore pounds, made *taamy 81ý*k` I(&package of ýlbs. or over, t4ne. Best package of 38 lbs. $fl eqepk e 1ronth respectively. 3 pacge ot 3of5 lbs. or over, of oldest make. Bealusample of 5 lbh. In 1 lb. prints. i Qf " 5 tbs. or rpQre, `made respect efremi oiae produce of the various breeds ý. ,pb dged upou the relative of q a it.4, makes texture, keeping, avor sand ote r. 3 Partles exhibiting tar competition must be prepared to tirnish, upon p e blanks, which will be supplied, Lull a as to the method ot making and i. og the eheese, aid the prep ration of brenet. Cheese must -notbe' cut, for'Id in any way before being ex , or they will be disqualifted for coi n wemAts *u s rard. will be made upon the ~ptlilaappettons,. both of S i e. Cheese n r p o will be divided into tapry manufacture, ano ton ade previonu ft ppeaer 18, ' .4 h iie during the year 1876. Cheese o0e6ed for competition will be in mosbaceeptabIq theft made Un r t o n01 gas : Has A~~. ~f uoi ~j~4. 3aet dbeese of Ipoo0 lb.. or .n. B* tlf ohesea or *M **lradivaily. betwemi 3 and 10 ba o ,1n a nd , betw ep 30 and , getween 0 and 70 lbs. Boat three cheeses in each class artificially color ed. Best three cheeses in each class artific ially flavored. Best cheese in each class of natural color. Best three cheeses for special display in October, of not less than 40 lbs., made on the American factory plan, in the second and third week respectively, in June. July, August and September, 1876. Best three cheeses for special display in October, of not less than 20 lbs., of dairy-production, made in the second and third week respect ively, in June, July, August and Septem ber, 1876. Entries for exhibition, either continuously or at the periods of stated displays, can be made free of charge, upon forms, which will be furnished upon application. Producers who apply for room will receive permits for space, and official labels to be attached to packages. Freight must be paid at point of shipment, which will secure the delivery of goods in the factory. Blank forms for the entry of products and any further informa tion desired, may be had upon application. BURNET LANDRETH, Chief of Bureau of Agriculture. D. L. PoPE, Special Sup't. Dairy Section. HE GRANGE WAGON, The Grange Wagon is manufactured in St. Louis of thoroughly seasoned timber, well ironed, and put up by experienced and skilled workmen. . We have ado ted as our trade mark, " The Grange Wagon, P. of H.," which is in monogram form on the sides of the body. We are the only parties who can manufacture this wagon, and we caution all parties interested to beware of imitations. None are genuine without " The Grange Wagon, P. of H." in monogram form on the sides, and our name on the front of the body. PRICES ON BOARD CARS OR BOAT IN ST. LOUIS : W't with W't with- prie 23 -4 In. Thimble Skein, body. out body. light 2-horse, carries 15001bs - - - 795 lbs. 570 lbs. $5500 a in. Thimble Skein 2 horse, carries 1800ibs 840 " 615 " 58 00 31-4 in. Thimble Skein, heavy 2-horse, carries 24001bs. - - 040 " 095 ''. 60 00 3 1-2 in. Thimble skein, 3-h'se.carries3200lbs. 1020 " 770 " 62 0( 38-4 In. Thimble Skein, 4-h'se,carries4000lbs. 1140 " 805 " 70 0( 1 1-2 In. iron ax. light 2 h'se, carries 1575 lbs. 810 " 585 " 6000 ,15-8 In. iron ax., 2-h'se,. carries 2000 lbs. 865 635 64 00 13-4 in. Iron ax., lightS h'se carries2500lbs. 1000 " 750'' 68 00 2 In. Iron ax., 4-h'se, carries 4000 lbs. - 1240 " 960"' 7800 When bodies are not wanted with above wagons, deduct $1L50.eaizk. - Pice W' ghtecomplete. Price. 21-4 in. Thimble Skein, 1-h'se 480 lbs. $40 00 21-2 in. " " " 505 " 42 00 11-4 in. Iron Axle, 1-horse, 510 " 4400 15-8 in. " 6 .580" 46 00 Pole and double trees for 1-horse wagons extra, $8. Spring seats, $4 50 extra; Patent brakes, $4 50 extra; bows, 75c per set extra; feed troughs, $1 50 extra; wagon-sheets, heavy, 10x14 feet, $5 50 extra N=S4.-State whether wide or narrow track wagons are wants. FORM OF WARRANT. We warrant the Grange Wagon of our brand, sold to to be well made and of good seasoned i1mber. Any breakage, with ordinary usage, with in one year from this date, resulting from bad work manship or defect in material, we agree to have re paired.or replaced without cost to purchaser. WM. M. PRIG; & Co. St. Louis, , 187 . DUMP CARTS. W'ght, complete. Price. 3,12 in. Thimble Skein. 525 Abs. $35 00 83-4i "' " 550 ' $600 11-8 in. Iron Axle. 525" 85 00 575 " 88 00 SPRING WAGONS. SPRING WAGON, WITH COBMEON wHEELS. 11-8 inch Iron AxlO, 11-2x5-16 inch tire 8 springs (tfrout sprin 11-22x inch, leaf, hind spring, 1 1-2x3 finc-hlea) bedO 6fet 9 in. long by 3 feet 3 i ie 1 seat and 1 cushion With shaft, - - - - -- - -$ 00 With tongue, - - - - - - 10000 With shaft and tongue, - - - - 105 00 1 1-4 inch Iron Axle, with springs and work in pro. 5PRI2(G WAGON, WITH PATENT WHEELS. 11-Slash, $ ýlatgertharn axlve, 1 -8eIA ic, tr Weeti g in. long and 8 feet 8 In. wide, leather iahbad osat and 1 cushion- -- 100 With sha¶tan tongue, - . - 130 0 114 ipch Peteut Iron Axle, with springs and work enprooro, #chige hq~ bove puikes BUGGIES. QPEN TOP lSUGGY-PATZNT WHEELS. 1 Inch Patent lion Axle, 1 1-4x3 mobh leaf springs leather dash board, cushion and fall, square bo~y, and finished in good style, - - - $120 00 TOP BUGGY-PATENIT WHEELS. 1 InokPaen Iron Axle, .1 1-4x3 Inch leaf front apiga I1.4x4 inch leaf hind spring, leather elahoadOlahos and Ml shitikng tp roo$2 n rubler, balnceu yofr toprleaterbdI We. 1a Sour h Commendl St.,gi made oin St. DeanLonn, y T. Jnuary an4 we67 Buaatoe t. ef Stoxte 1x nId of htosat the vr etmaell 1fathrationa Spring Wuth or Buggy tha 1re aneath brous. 14Sot Commer&cio.,St.,LSt. LoMo., thot ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN, A first class Weekly Journal, devoted to AGRICULTURE, 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 iih Montana. Persons desirous of send in a paper to their friends In the States will find it to be pst what they want, as it will contain, from time to time, a full and edinplete account of the manner, cost and result of FARMING, GARDENING 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 W0OL AND STOCK GROWING, Showing the profit to be realized. Everything given from a RELIABLE SOURCE. As an .AMVE T__ TG. MEDIUM, It will have no equal in the Territory, since it is the only paper that will be read by all industrial classes, an universally by firmers and stock men. 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It will be found a SCOUNSELOR AND COMPANION for every westein fireside: TERiS :-4 00 per annum. WtClubs of 2 on exra copy. We wil funs the usbandman and American Rusbandmn, and Na tonal GUrner 4.5. Editor and Proprietor. ST. 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 tiuveling public. December 30, 1s75-tf. W .U. M. PRICE & CO. Conirnission Merchants -AND MISSOURI STATE ORANGE AGENCY, NO. 14 SOUTH COM'L ST., ST. LOUIS, NIO. 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. 1). C. CORIBIN, - - - - - Cashier. T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Ass't. Cashier. We transact a general Bankinghbusiness and buy at the highest rates, GOLD DUST, COIN., GOL'D AND 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., BANK ERS, MAIN STREET, HELENA MONTANA, The Highest Market Price Paid For GOLD DUST, Gold and Silver Bullion, BUY TERRITORIAL AND COUNTY SECURITIES. Deposits Received, and Interest Allowed on the Same, if Left for a Specified Time. Exchan g o ON THE PRINCIPAL COMMERCIAL CENTERS Bought and sold. 19-ly H ELENA AND DIAMOND CITY, STAGE LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL. P. B. CLARK, - Proprietor. Coaches leave Helena Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7 o'clock a. m. Leav eD alockd Cit Tuday,? Thursday, and HELENA AIND BOZEM1AN. Coaches leveee a ever morning, (Sundays LaedL tlozeinaneery morning, (Sundyay except #aseengers an.i freight cariled at mloderate rates. OFFICES:. HaLNnA--Davie & Wallace's, Main Street, BoZJWaAN--Willson & Rich's, cor. Main and Boze man Streets. BOZEMANT AND VIBGIN IA. Lve Vrgd i Ct cevey Monday, Wednesda8y Levs ioz exn Tuesda 'Thursday and Satthr Enc--n il inaatRaymond Bros. XALTER W. DXLACY, U.I. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR rELENA, - .. - MNTrANA.