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of May last. At its conclusion, Rev. .aJos. A. Reiss, accompanied by the orchestras ang" achorial entitled " Fugrie," by S. Bach, ifter'Which an address was'delivered by the ~lon. D. J. Motrell, U. 'S. Centennial Com missioner from Pennsylvania, and Chair man of the ex-Commission. The orchestra then rendered selections, after which Hon. John Welsh, President of the Centennial Board of Finance, delivered an address. Af ter Beethoven's fifth symphony had been rendered, Director General Goshon ad dressed the audience at length. Handel's IHallelujal chorus was next given by the or chestra, and Jamcs R. Hawley, President of the United States centennial Commission, delivered an address, reviewing the history of the Exposition. The audience then joined in siinging " America," after which president Grant declared the International Exhibition closed. The Exhibition will be in incomplete form, many exhibitors propos ing to force off their exhibits to-morrow, preparatory to packing goods. I. O. of :G, T. Beware the bowl! though rich and bright Its rublies flash upon the light, An adder coils its depths beneath, Whose lure is woe, whose sting is death. • D IR CT 0I] -V. 'GRAND LODGE OF MONTANA, G. W. 'C. T.--WM. 11. SUT-IHERLIN, Dia mond City. G. COUNSELOR-JAS. E. 'OWINGS, Deer Lodge. G. W. V. T.--MRS. ANN E. BUDDS, Fort Shaw. G. SEc.-MASSENA BULLARD, Helena. G. W. A. S.-MRS. LAURA E. BULLARD, Ilelena. 'G. TREAs.-MISS KATIE ORR, Helena. G. CuAr.-GEO. A. DOUGLAS, Boulder Valley. G. MAR.-MISS CARRIE N. GILLETTE, Helena. G. D. M.-WM. II. RISK, St. Louis. G. MEss.-rJ. W. KEMPER, Centreville. G. G.-MRS. MARY A. *SWITZLER, Bozeman. G. S.-JOHN MARTINDALE, Park City. P. G. W. C. T.-RICHARD LOCKEY, Helena. TIcRR'L D.PUtY.-RICHARD LOCKEY, Helena. COUNTY DEPUTIES. Deer Lodge.--DANIEL STEPHENS, Deer Lodge. Jefferson.-V. A. COOK, Boulder Valley, Gallatin.-J. C. SWITZLER, Bozeman. Madison.-W. A. MEA1NS, Sheridan. Missoula.--THOMAS W. FLOWERS, Mis soula. Meagher. H. T. CONNER, Centre'ill-e. Lewis and Clarke.-J. C. BUDDS, Fort :Shaw. -The following officers-elect of DiaMond Lodge No. 5 were duly installed for. the quarter ending January 31, 1877, by the G. W. C. T., W. H. Sutherlin, at the regular meeting, held Monday evening, November 13th, 1876: W.C.T., B. F. Bull; W. V. T., Miss Lizzie Walling; W. S., J. S. Kelly; W. A. S., 'ti E. Collins; W. F. S., J. P. illis; W. Tresa .W. Suttonu W. Chap., '1 A. Stevens; ,jr. M,., Dan Nihan; W. D. i., J. E. Murray; W. 1. G, Mrs. F. A. 8., Daniel foagsand; L. . S., Peter Riley. -Gem of the Mountain Lodge No. 6 re .ports a mernbershij of 26 sisters and 77 brothers in good standing. Bro. W. S. Cor wlrnL. D.,in his statemehtt to the Grand Lodge regarding the roral and social condi tion of this lodge, says: "Our lodge is in a flourishing codlitton, increasing in mere bership 'ad in zeal Ii the cause, We are begivrti g to reach a class of men that will be an honor to the institution, and or great good to the community. We popse to make the Gem of the Mountairis heard from this winter." This lodge has a good fleld for operations and theire is so reason why itshould not swell its minembership to double its present number this winter. We trust Bro. Corwin and his associates may icceed in doing this, and even more. HIel l is large enough to sustain three or four icl lodges as Gem of the Mountains.. It QIattans fousrr five church organizations, and certainly as many Good Templar lodges would be no discredit to it. The following officers wvere elected and installed for the en suing quarter: Joshua A. Armitage, W. C. T.; Carrie N. Gillette, W. V. T.; Fred. H. Anderson, W. S.; iMassena Bullard, W. F. S.; W. S. Corwin. P. W. C. T.; Sister Massena Bullard, W. Treas.; M. G. Page, W. MI.; Clark Wright, WV. Chap.; M. E. Deabold, W. I. G.; J. Holmes, W. O. G. -Crown Butte Lodge No. 36 sends in a most excellent report of its progress. This lodge now has a membership of 58 persons in good standing-25 new members having joined during the past quarter. Bro. J. C. Budd, D. D., in a letter of the 8th inst., says : " Our lodge is doing ivell. We have not had a meeting for the last six weeks with out initiations, Sornmemes four or five can didates were initiated at one meeting. You will see that we show a loss of one, but when you consider that early in the quarter we suspended 28 members who were on the Sioux Expedition, and -expelled 11 of them, you will see that we are in a fair way of increasing. Our six members reported in suspension have been granted reobliga tion and will, I think, be re-obligated this coming week-want of funds to pay arrears in dues which accumulated during their ab sence in the field, being the cause of delay."' The following officers were elected and in stalled for the ensuing quarter: J. W. H. Frederic, W. C. T.; Frederick Stortz, W. V. T.; J. C. Budds, W. S.; Socrates Drum mond,W. F. S.; R. L. Edgeworth,W.Treas.; Wm, W. Matthews, W. Chap.; S. P. Tap ping, W. M:; P. Scanltn, W. T. G:; Frank Burg, W. O. G.; T. F. Stanford, Asst. Sec.; R. M. Cunliffe, D. M.; It Gilbert, R. H. S.; H. Jones, L. H. S.; Mrs. Ann Budds, P. W. C. T. THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION. In accordance with the honored custom of the Fathers and in conformity with the Proclamation of the President of the United States recommending that Thursday, the 30th dray of November, 1876, be observed as a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer- $, Benjamin F. Potts, Governor of Mon tana Territory, do revuest the people of Montana to observe said day In an appro priate m.rner, I- In witness thereof ~Ihave here L. S. unto set my hand -and caused the Great Seal of the Territory to be '-v--' affixed. Done at Helena the Cap ital, this Third day of November in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight hundred and Seventy Six and of the Independence of the United States the One Hundred and First. B. F. POTTS, Governor. NOTIIE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF * COUMTY COMMISSIONERS. TERRITORY 'OF MONTANA, COUNTY OF MEAGHEI. co uNrt t Xan Os". c , Iiathond City, M. T., Nov. 11th, 1876. Notice is hereby given, hat the Board of Coumty Commissioners of said county will meet at the County Clerk'sOfice in Diamond City on Wednes day Nov'tfiberS22d, 1T'1, in special session, 'for tthe purpose of transactiiig Cdunty Business. By order of the Board. LEOPOLD MARKS, T. E. C6dOINS.I, CLihairman. Clerk. M INERS' OUTFITTING STORE. WV. F. 11A.ABl Groceries an l Harfl are • IAl.o'1r CITY, MONOANA Keeps constantly on hand Pure Liquors, California Wine, Case Liquors, CIGARS AND TOBACCO,. EVAPORATED AND DRIED FRUITS, lhirti, Overalls, and Gum Bfoots. STATIONERY, NUTS AND CANDIES, Paints, and Oils, DRUGS AND MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, Etc., Ete. And, in fact, a full assortment of everyththg asu ally required by, Miners and Ranchmen. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Sov. , -HAAsE. Nov 25-5-tf. CALICO BALL, To be given under the auspices of the Good Tem plars of Diamond, and for the benefit of the Library Fund, Friday Eve, December 1, 1876, AT GOOD TEMPLARS' HALL, DTA MOND CITY, MA. T. Supper By Hampton, of Diamond City Hotel. GOOD MUSIC WILL BE FURNISHED. It is the intention of the Management to make this the best and most enjoyable affair ever known iii Diamond, and a Gene'rl Invitation is Extended. TICKETS, (INCLtIDING SUPPER,) - $4.00 A. J' DAVIDSON, Matiufactuter of and dealer in SADDLERY AND HARNESS BR~ILES, WHIPS HIITERS COLLARS, And everything pertainingto the trade. GENUINE CONCORD HARNESS Always in stock. Re.mi-ing Done at Short Notice, And Prices lower than ever befoie charged in the Territory. HIDES, WOOL, PELTRIES and FURS Bought, for which the highest market price willbe paid. NO.2 HOLTER1S BLOCK, HIELENA H. T. '(Next door to Wells, Faigo .'o:) July 13, 1875-34-3m. LEOPOLD MARKS, Sole Proprietor of the CALI NIA y '"STORItE, Begs leave to announce to his friends and patrons that he has still on hand as large a stock "as'`ver, tCwinting in pa'rt'of a FIll Line of Ready-made Clothing, RATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND StOES. As 'complete a stock as ever '.s, dr is how in Mdaghdr County. A full and large assortment of DRYGOODSOF AL b RSCORIPTION8 LADIES' AND MISSES SHOES, Ard a.ilefhing that maybe called for. In the Cannot be o d with by anybusiness house in the County. _ e a vebyI ladr} stok oiin hand, and anything t st I cannot rYni i in this line oannot be had in the T'rritory.. WINES AND LIQUORiS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. I always keep a large assortmentof the besttiraids, and sell them at the lowest figures. My stock of PATliET Ni E)ICiNES Is also complete. In fact, I keep any and every thhig that can bd found in a FTRST C.LASS ESTABLlSHMENT, And Intend to ~1l them st th lowest prices. I will make no tMore' discount to those who buy for cash than those wholm I credit. 'I L ~t~t kill Alike And wii not sell gobds to those whom I think will not pay, oonsequently, those who buy on credit will. pay no more than dash buyers. DO NOT INTEND TO BE UNDERSOBBD. Give me a call and satisfy yourselves. LEOPOLD NARBIB. January 6th, 1876.4tf. (] [ Can'tbe made by every agent every D t. month in the business we furnish, but those willing to work can easily earn a dozen dollars a day right in their own localities. Have no room to explain heire. Business pleasant and honorable. Women and boys and girls do as well as men. We will furnish a complete Outfit free. The business pays better than anything else. We will bear expense of starting you. Paiculars free. Write and see. Farmers and mechanics their sons and daughters, and all clashes in need of paying work at home, should write to us and learn all about the work at once. Now is the time. Don'tdelay. Adress TRUE & CO., Augusta, Maine. NOTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Office Helena, Montana. November 1, I8 6. Artillus Estes and Walter R. Morgan, whose post office address is Diamond City, Meagher coun ty, M. T., have this day filed their applica tion to enter as agricultural land, under the pre emption and homstead laws, the northwest quarter of section 7, township 8 north, range 2 east, and the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, east half of the southweqt quarter and the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section 29, in to*nship No. 9 north, range No. 9east, which land. is suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given, that a hlaring will be hel at this office, on the sixteenth day of Deceu~t hber, A. D. 1876, at ten o'clock a. m., to deter mine as to the mineral or non-mineral character of said land, and testimony to be used upon said hear ing will be taken before the Register and Receiver on the 16th day ofDecember, A. D. 1876, at o0 o'lock a. m. It is alleged that there are no known miners, nor inining inmpro*fiaents, 'upon said land. J, H. MOE, Register. Nov. 9, 1876-51-5w. T. C. POWER & CO., DEALERS IN FARM MACHINERY a4 WAGOIS NO. 93 MAIN STREET, ETELENA, MONTANA. -o GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES FOR 18St We have ust received-an invoice of Light an d Heavy Wagon0.k BUILT EXPRESSLY FOR (oNTAN.A - A FARIERS AND RANCRM, Please call and exat.ine our extensive steek, or send for price list before ordering, as we are determined to sell Low Dowin for Casi Our stock consists In part of Wood's "Harvesters, Wood's Self Rake 'Reap , ..... Wood's Droppers Combined. Wood's Iron, 'Frame howers, Champion Mowers sand R apexr ., -owing Attachments and x ,tra W~.are also Agents for . THE IMPROVED MARSH HAR VZSZ7 Gale, Hollingsworth, Taylor and RevoL s4n4 Hay Rakes; Superior Grain Drills,. Mfo s*lon Threshers, Ealipse Wind .Mills, Pitt's Horse Powers, Fanning Mills, Crossby Gang, Hleap good's. Breakin , South/ Bend C'hilles and Stirring Plows; B.oad Scrapers. Sewing Machines, Temple 4. Soi-s' Farm Paimps fo' any depth of well; Improved Doilt's tic Sewing Mlachines, Patent Sickle'nde .., ers, Climax Churns, Tilton'a -Steam Wte.Al , Iteamless, Flour and Oie Makies, FAIRBANK K& CO.'S 0 SCALES We also have in store 'fti beoktsett of Hay Rakes Forks, Fork Handles, Soop 6h6 Blarlev orks, asid a ful suppLy of reirs for kinds of Machihery add Wagons sold us, Wi is a greatas istand. to titepurchaser;in ., ea thing kept bysa first-class Agricultural ?ouse. June 2, 1 76-31-3m. C h ARES MARKHAM,. MAIN STREET, ELENA, M. T.,. Wholesale and Retail Dealer' in, sa . Manufacturer of Saddles and Brifit Riding Saddles, Riding Bridles, Horse Cellars, & .: nes Oil, O Pistt Holsters, Linen Sheets, aig Saddles, Spanish Bits, Maetcan Spurt, ROUND.AND FLAT BRIbLELr Ivory and Horn Martl albRafi, Stage lashes .nggr Whips Ankle Bofs g811Sppe Stirrups ill's (uoncord 1 aess,BUTekklas, Calitornia addle Trees,Sid Saddl j . Curry Combs, Bruuhbs, etc. All Sales made at Loii si Cashe Rari January 20, 1876-ly To Farmers. We have repaired the dafit at the STANDAEID MILL&S on tbe Prickly Pear tandare now ready to rllsra grinding. Thankfo1 for past patronage, irS t a continuation of the same. 4!-2t *ANF@o3a a Ri1tl?#.