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HWEL1EWA PRODUCE 'H~A ET. ..
, . ,'. iSepttmibe, 17, z7 Ftour, $4.00, ()Oats, new. $3.00. Old sata, $3.127. 4"lhoie neW tiour, $5.50. B*arley, $2.23. Whead, 42.%). ralan iid Shorts. $1.50. Butter, ready n!le tt "28°:' E}rs, 50c. , l fc~Cns, $t..0 p't ''doz: . Potatdes,- tiW,' $1.00 'p1r ewt. Beef', net; .4.OU00 . Fish, 20@25c. per lb Hay. $10 per ton, New hay, $O per ton. P.,A.T._O..F ; .L.. . -. '.2___ pTýRONS -` 'HUSBANI Y. --. ..... r" . --. ..... ---- .; . . L.L . '_Z . BnoTriR William Sims, M. of the Kan sas State Grange, says iina recent letter that the State lgerny has been and still iA self sustaining,' though it is not so generally patroflatzd as it might be. lie adds : "'The next annual report of our secretary will show a large reductioti in our wembership, but the order has lost but little by the re ductionn n meitership. We have beetn dro.lpi6g tile dead weights, but unfortu naiel'y we haive been compelled to drop with them soiile as good Patrons as ever united with 'he orldet. One of the great obstacles to our suc.es hais been ite 9rganization' of too many subordinate .ranges. But tie available *temubers are fast returning by unittug with otllbr, granges. , The order is not weakeping, but crystalizing." THE GRANGE. A correspondent to the ,Rural Press, speaking of the coming session of the Call fortllbi State Grange, 'rites as follow : The near approach Of the time 'when our Stsatg (range wtli hold its annual session shbutld set our brtoth.rs and sisters to think ing. The next session is' one of particular interest to oii Oi'der. Its chiarCter will, in a great measure, determine' the prospeiity :nd continuity of the brotheriloocl of the farmers of this' State--yes, of thie Pacitic coast. A large plortion of' our State is now uider a clpud. We have experienced a par ti'l or total fiilure of crops. thiroughout those great, granin-producing sections of the State that are strongest in lrange elements, and, our brotherY feel tle `lightest burden, eveln as the tradlitiownal camel did the last feather. When a farmer has no crop, nu money in the bank, and his neighbor in the same fix, e 'en the smnall'suns neccssary to ketp up his own and uli. wife's dues in the Grange, 1ecomles a drain that Ilt, hesitates tocqntlnue. This fact lone will tend to weaken our representation in tbe, State GQange, this year, aRd it is to combat thi, feeling. of poyvrty ,that we must direct our efforts,; lctirene.4t in everything else, but don',t touch the Grtouge., ,;.it, off taa cot fe, tobaeco, whiskey (Cor some of you do: take it onc in >L while) or anything not abi soluteily.t.acessary to life and health, b.4i stipk to your Grange as tp your religinh, It we ,lde successfilly, over this year we are sal.. With the world looking ,on halff in scorn, yet not all without sympathy, at the fatrmer "i"j'Ing to hltiaf- the rest of man kind In tlhey tantentiaOe ofti -seceet irgani zation in his own behalf, and peculiarly adapted to his own s.o ia1 wants, let us not aill. Let us not give them the right ,to say that the tiller of the soil is useless except in tile furrow or harvest field, . To the end that we tva'y have a fuill at tendance at the comng State Gian'ige, Sub ordinate OGranges should move at once in the matter, and insist ipon thli Masters and wives, and Past asters also, whei poIssl ble, attendhig. I your Grage ~m. lds ae lIW, make up the necessary expetise fund by assetsment or, voluntary suliscirlptio i. You cannot give mpney for a wprthier pur pose, nor for one whichl will eentually re tuarn l(to yon with better interest. See to it that no stone is untuirmei hi your nelgh borhlood tiat your own aird stter Graliges are duly represntvd. - t Attending thie State Grange reluctantly lastsyear, and only at tile urgent request of liumber:s of miy Grange, 1 uow look b'al 'r'o iti a oine of tihe pleasanltest ilid most useful of t t experlences of my life. We 'nmet in pleasiunt conmmnut r there many of thle best t*z miost lptelie9ptf of our people, ant it was like one1 wlhole week of visiting, lnier spersed wll juit abogh of juuses gpd sp!ley debate to relieve the mind of any sur feit of the sweets of social converse. "Witiýoht doutt it is the critical period cin ou"j history'as all Order, and if we are our selves fQuLun wantitý, hQw, ishall w l, ay blame tp ot~her? It is I0q ,the. middlem:I: lor epig.qlst.ltit Will. weilk Us do, , t-it is ete Ihargy. t itjdifliereuce. Fair mers.,litve proved thenselves.mighty with the sword, the pen and thel llow ; DowlJet them show the same qrualities iu~the cottouciata. Ob their ownpeculitr Ordertthatl tey hia*te in those of tihe world ,t.large, atl.d ,w;tide over the reef that tlhrelltecs ts8, ind launchl into the smooth water beyol4 , :.r;." OGRA1G DIRXCTORY. Bozeinma Gtange, No. 2. W. B. Meadow, Mast·er. ia;rk II. , Swit r, Secretary. Bozeman P. O. East Gallatin Grannge, No. ,. Jphn Math eeW Master. C. L. Weaver, Secretary. Bozemnan P.,. Farniugton Grange, No.'5. V,. A. Cock erill, Master. B. N. Dawes, Secretary. Cein ttWal Park P. O. Elk Grove Grange; No. 6. J. B. Stuart, Master. .1.. Plum, beeretary. Bozetmanu '. O. Prickly Pe:r Gra ng4, No 7. W'. J. Mill igan, Master. Geo. Breck, Secretary: ilel eita P. O. Fair View Grange, No. 12. T. II. Reed. Master.. E. O. Rt.;ilsback, Secretary. Boze lan P. O. Sheridan GI.in re, No. 14. J. T. TLewis, Master. T . T'. aylor Secretary. Shet idan P. O. :, . Corvallis Grange, No. 7. Oliver Tolber, .Tister. W. B. Harlahn, scretary. Corvallis P. O. Fort'Owen Grange, No.u'8. S . . Mar tin, Master. C. B. . Sanders, Secretary. Ste\ensville P. O. Madison Grang~e.. No. 22 A. N. Bull, ister. A W. A . $witzic,' Sceretary. Virgina city P. 0 ' Mountain Valle$ Grange, No.,23.. E. Not tingihat. Maiste:r. P. U.. Mills, Secretary. BoiudeT' P. 0. Pleasant Valley Gramge. No. 23. Geo. J. Wiekhamn, Master. Miles Tuttle, Secretary. Fish creek P. O. Compromise Grange, No. 2G. J. Wyroek, Master. M. II. Lott, Secretary. Twin Bridges P. O. . . .- .---- ----- u .. .. , -- - -.-- - . ;' - G..A, KE1LLOGG, ,, U.S. DEPUTY MINERASU RVEYOft HELENA, M. 'P. THIS PAPER ýS ON If.E WITS Where A4verting Contracts wan be m.ad. , WALTER W. DelACY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR' 1rOW. FAI 4 to oend for our New Catalogue.' con tains valuable lnfor tnation' for .very' oera... contenm plattng the nour chase o ý" article , for pe ifba.ramilly or agricultpral use. F'ree to any Address. eRIONTGO,~IRY' WARD & CO., Original Griange Supply House, at r.rls Waba,. id HI TCaGO, Il. 1868. : ESTABLTIS1IEL - 1868. i- COiOPOLITAT RHOTEL, SAMrxtL SCHWAnB . E fD.At L I ZIliELRMx4. !-os. a.n.. 3 alp: Street,. HELENA, - - MONTANA. T-his ouse is centrally 19cated, a.d the only First. class brick and stone Hlotecl in the city. C '-ARGE, RE- ONA" LE. _ 'I3 IMER31, SALISBURY '& 'CO., ... Carrseal of• UTNITEDD STATiES' 1~8AXL, Welli, Fargo Co's' Exprs, un p Lifne of DArLY Paaseneer 'Cochels to FANKPIN ThIMLNt.IS, , 'Vi rgiia lCity, Deer Lodge, ; WP 73-wp er. y:,TP0 ,; Mlsoatla and Fort l]entour .dPr Pasaenger and Freight Rates apply t*-ay: of theu :omnDav's Agents. Al UiNPARALLELED OFF1 . lF' (is desirouls of fiuniu hinig our renders with the choicest reauling matter of the day, we have um l:ule arranigemlents with sgle of tlie best publications in the,United States by whlich we c.i furnish thiem in connection withli e .ROCKY 'iOUNTAu 1ISBAI)MAD at i muchli less rate thain ly can be had from any other source, and nown mike the follow ins imparalleled oi:e : .We, will furnish,' the ITisUANDMIAN anu1 Ainerivan Stoc'k Joijnal, i Nb. 1 nmnthly, published( at 1arkethsburg,' Ph., at th&l e treute low .prite of .$4,65 per annum. ' The IIsi.)MA~m~is andu Ruaral Zew Yorker, an old :and ably ditcite lharm, flamily and inews paper. compiled at great expense a&ud haIdsoin ely llhiirilted, for only $6.00. , The IIUcS'AN)MAtN all.dScientifie Ameriean, theleaduing scieutific journal of the United States, Qr.r ,0, "' ". Ils 'Time ruII ANDMiAN anid Demrrestis Illus tritted Monthly. with a eioice:0of the follow ing-snperb 17x26 inch cromos: '"After the Storm ," . Home, Sweet flou e,'" "The Old Oaken Bucket," and "' The Captive Child ;' or a choice of eighteen other valuable and unseful articles. 'T'lhe IIcrsIANDMAN and. Iation~dl Agricul turist and IVworkiag F.o3rmer,.. . hrg double quart'to of sixteen p:ages, illustrated ; estab lished lin 1847, 1or x4.70. LThile I('SBANDMAN and Union in Christ for $4L30. THE IIts.UANDMAN and High School, an el egantly gotten-up educational inio4thly for TilE IIUSBAc DMAN and Journal of Agri culture and Farmer, a large lirst-class week ly, printed in St. Louis, tor. 5.25. Fifteein ten cent picka'ies of fr'esh gar dent- or flower seed, the factorS and Farrin, a handsomely illustrated journal. and. the ROCKY MOUNTAIN IIUSB1ANDMAN for one year, to any address, on receipt of $5. The IIT:UsBNDMAN and Colenman's Rural World, for $5.25. The IIUSIANDMAN and Country Gentlenan for $0.00. Thus every farmer who,desires to furnish his family with choice reading matter can do so. Just think of it. A live. wide awake Territorial farm, live-stock and family news paper, with either of the above .,ell known and valuable periodicals, for.the usulI price paid for our Tuerritorial weeklies. The caish in all eases :to accompany the .order. Read these inducements to your neighbors, and ask them to subscribe.. RIFLES, SHiOT GUNa , REVOL.ERtS, sent C. 0. 1). for exnminaItion., all charges paid. No risk, flo humbug. Write forCatalogue. Address Gtti.EAT WESRTEETRN GI:N WORKS, Pittsburg, E. F. MARS11, U, S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR, IiEIEA, - - - MONTANA.. T EK COLLINS, . AT-ýORNilEY AT LAW. Special attentitin given to Collections in allparts ol tie Territory. . Conveyaneing promptly attended to. Office at County Clerk's Office, DIAMOND CITY, - - - MONTANA' Nov.-5ri, 1875-tf. THE OLDL AND RELIABLE Livery & Feed Stable THORO UG HLY REJPAIR'D,. .I EFUR NrSHED AND REFiTTED. The undersigned takes pleasulre in announcing to to ltie public, whom hlo; has s0rwed faithfully and with entire satisfaction for the past t.n years, that he has again.opened buincess. Horses Fresh and Fat. Buggies and Har-, ness in Good Repair. Barn well supplied with Hay and Gra.n. Every necommodation that the public may desire. Call at the old stend, Main street, Dianlond City, and satisfy yourself. - J. LANEY. 39-tt IRSI'T rNAT'IONAL BANK...., , l OF HEELENA Designated Depository of the Unfted Stater. S. T. HIAUSER, - - - President. )D.: (. CORBIN .- -, Vi e resident. I, W KNI , ...- - - - Cashir. ". If. KLEIýSciMIDT, - - As't. Cashlei. Wei transact a general Banking business and buy al the highest rates, G OLTD i S'i, t COIN, GOLDAND SILVER BULLION; And Loopl Seour$es; snd del Exchange'and Telegraphic Transiers. AvaUiabi in aRl TlWrts fo the Unite.d Sttes and Cau adas, Great Britain, Irtqaid and the Continent. .ollc.tiot.ma~tcrd proceeds remitted promptly. Hleleua, Jlnuary 20, 1870-tf A. J. DA"i Manufacturer of and dealer in SADDLERY AND HAR S3 BRIDLES, WHIPS, ,AHIALT Co , And everythilg pertaining to the tra GENUINE CONCOlPDIIAR1El l Always in stock. Repairing Done at Shrtt A nd Prices lower than ever before chal in the Territory. HIDES, WOOL, PELTRIES .nd FURS Bought, for which the highest maIret rkt will be paid. NO.2 HOLTER'S BLOCK, IELEUNA I.t (Next door to Wells, Fargo & Co.) July 13, 1875-i4-3m. Diamond City. IVlERY AND FEED STALI, Located at the lower end of Main Street. JUST OPENED AND FURNfSHED IIN o00 SHAPE. Especial attention given to Stock in charge. ilI motto is, ''FLed and curry well, and no charge.. cept for what is given. Stock kept at Helenn prices. 'or a horse stand. ing to hay over night, 150 Cents, and other charge, in proportion. Livery Horses at reasonable rates. 39-1m E. McGU'llE. SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT. NICIK MILLEN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes,' eather and Findings, "ii.LEN4, MONTANA. My stock for the wholesale and retail trade b' VERY LARGE AND COMPLETE And consists of the best anid iargest assortlent ol Ladies', Misses' and Children's French Ki, .'ebbll Goat, Morocco, Cloth and Calfskin Shoes. Men's Custom-male French and lip Pots Kept conHtaritly on hand,. Also,, GUMI ROOTS, [y stock being purchased exclusively for cash enables me tb offer extra inducements hi the way low pricess. Feb. 1-77 114t-i . i i SPAD.. JUL. 5 . ten. W1 CLAIM FOi TI1E: 13i WHITNEY °.. M, ACHINES The follownii 'sieciie pothts oia liority: 1--Great Blsylpteity, ia ConHtkunetiý. 2-Durability. 3-Exceedingly liglIt unnlal. 4-Still Rlupning. .oiaeleess. 6i-P~ fo*Vdetll larileties of *Tk. 6--Beauty of'Finutnsbrk n WorkLU 7 -G]RIEAT!REDIUZTION IN .pIIV Machin s;nt np tr~l before mI t .ae ii written guarantee to keep machines in on - years giveh with each Iitiehine:' Why.pIy Agenti wannl:. For"<lulrn a. January 35, 1877-2-0,-6 . pEOPLE'S MEAT MARBT..OL KROFT & F&EM Seep constantly 'on hand the best q.ait. , BEEF, POB.K, M1TTOS APSM Nearly opposite the HIsthb.nPdW p' MAIN "T5,1 T, a7ONDt 0.ITY Sov. 5, 1875-tf.