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1'l+. I. Ii-. " :'O."I':1, 1'l I t Cf U ,IfY LODGE .No. 7, A. F. and A. M l"~ :r.;·]: Lii- i lir ollt'!( i it i i:11, -,! j It- tonid :.1!' f rth t~~~ ";r ":litl niteoh t> limingr 11\ " l ,j :'Ij\ lii.1'1jl : :lt 1 " I I jt. dii~ ~il':ý" il i'1 ')j`. r ii+ S 10' ' )itO 1a liiona t. Ire kit '1,d' i1ilir' l~1:)110 S11t. ill slC (l i'i ~ ;it ·(·lit-l, yro'\; his [d) l i th i fil , t . *E~iil.. :I a i'\\'v weeks 'I " ~ In-~~were over to II~:lli !'! VJr ~ , t,!1ý \1 '.'E'li tilt ýou e1ilc):! S· 11 B. lB'' 'N '\}I:' \\'ti1` iii .I)i~iinond1 E lyt: I ! 1 c',1i.'':t'' 111 5 lItJII\IIIg icr thca' 1 II t1'\\' (i ''.i( 6 llip' ht'.,I doii(1p 1~I - P'olicr 0'10 'CI' of i'Jon Uf i ru iox than they i t oytit, no_1 a th'tint tle, pat wei et ;t '1i(id t'. 1i. !fr'aiid till]( 1:3 an1tici 1 I n 'f i, 'a hic ticlkots i .rE~1ý toithe White tti~Jlj)urt;1?tring , Jln ' (1i:' (It ti0( line. (u. ;S hx'u the v oting anda Ppoular 1;?' !i ti aid~ . is vii hi u Cantonl latit V;ý,iir" We me ii ifornield tiat lie wvill y8 . a prosperons farmer of rpr(il elR imi' s a call this week. lie ii of, ofal whealicat that is looking tI I'I L01n1 iWi ll (a lltCrl to tieo cul Muri, w ~ho liras been on a ptu :iisucn il the pay\ t 11on1th, returneii s Nl o iI is iiiie pleaseh w v:iti thlings hc "' 6rtllh n valley-," but thiI' r pelpndend, As i ptlw -ale of the real estate of the U Ii on in \s, o1 Satirday last, the Icard hail was i- p r'l ia-ed by 1)lavid Mariks 4,1i3i5, ad h dwellingi by . E. Collins liE arei~i ib }te~i toII W. .R. Msoi'gaii, One of lit i',rah :nýe knks mst pros pe:ro us faritn iO 5111 eAl c olC spe ateiens of vegetables. here 0as ojie rut :iI oga wNei "hiii over 13 S tntl two potaitoes m~~igltiiug 5 113:4. EuE :iiieare prince of the (anton neilgh rhood, Micssnuri valley, Tfhos. Shiii~nick. U~jIIi ainie lei tresldiig. 'Ihe thresher at rt!uniii:1 uplonl lis thiru nIne days. Hils tati step1 r"eachei 83,000 bushels, 2,000 of, 'hick i a first-class quality of Lwo-r ed liE(li~i' intelligeniee troth the Black Hills 1inoi01~s [i.he (leath of D~onald lleL~eod, ho W10 for in any years a pLrosperoIus 111tH Font highly reSuectedl cit izen. of C'ouIeder 0 golli. lIe was a naitive of ' eribtron, Pnah~du. .. o (loi tdelivered 200 head of mutton leep to W. 1I. I;nthrie, in Helena, a few dais ar), avi;n-ig sold all hip wethers (lown htoearlings 'rcm his homue flock, it is now o!e of the liii et and most protitable in the l'tritory. It111 lth.A~ was over from Smith river lhikweek. lie reports, timhns brisk in that t'irter. Nearly all the ranche onen on the 4aley are itsy minaking improvements ; some et htuiling shtl.O aul d(wellitngs, others fene i, n:l al are tlourishing. 'THt Indian dogs maade a raid on Watson t.,' Sheep last Monday, scattering themn y (,1rettion. 4. number were severe ,mbittre. Whether any were killed or not .d not known, 'a it had just happened hn oui informant left. '1'his flock runs at re on the mountains near the White's Pleh road, over which the Flatheads pass 11i and this is the third time, we believe. at they have suffered lose from this cause. A LA.rE lcientilic exploration by a learned medical man, resulted in the dliscovery of a I'(e) lre gent, in the shllape of a carbunllcle, and the lucky miner down. in Confederate, the fortunate possessor, valnes it very highly. TuIIE lwill be a tmeetilng at the school houýc on Saturday eve ltnilg, November 3d, for th. p)urpose of Inakilg arrali.gments for letting the 'oiltract t'r the etoinstlrutletionl of the new road down the gul:h. Let every malt in and about Diamond at tend. J. G. I'I( uE.at(N has been kept constantly busy the past week loading- tennis thlt conic to his ranch for vegetable;s. ]le has sold 1,00 ti bushels oft otatoes, be2!s miany tOils of other vegetables. So nmuch for advertis ing, and letting the people know what lhe has to Sell. I TIIEAIt ICA!l c(omlIally, know\n as the Taylor Tinn ily, are imkintg a itour of the Territiry, and are spo,:en of in the highest lerius by tte pre-s.. 'Should t hey come this way our boys will give them a roui'ng big house, foir I i:unoidl ie'vcr Hils to show a due ap)preciation of tre ltleri!. tVIEN the buisillesS; of a u.iet tt ip retezld in-." little townt like louri gets underway, it should noi t be retarded by stumibling blocks iii its thorotugclitarec. A. few a:ys since while a bull-whacker was releasing his wag on from a wood-pile near our otffice. was heard to make some very pretty use of the English language. " lwishthatinstitution waVinell," was the conclusion of one of tl e stanzas. We did not (lquite understand, but think it was eomplimentiay. J. U. SAitTrEi, one of MiniLti river's most extensive stock g'rowers, is gathering his herd of beoves With a view of drivingo to Corinne and shiipping East this.fall. I. B. Dawkins is to have charge of the herd, and Ilarvey 3Meams, of White's gulch, will make one of the party. The boys will aind it rather airy on herd these frosty nights, and we think it rather a more seriious iundertak ing at this season of the year than they an ticipate. Stock drovers inl the h0oastedlimne of Texas would not attempt a 501) miles drive so near the approaeh f." winter. "'Oi. U.'cl!, l). u," is the tide of a:n ex cellent new song, by Hloracne D)rtlllrs. Thou sands of new songs have been punhli:l.hed in America within the last few year,, baut few ever contain merit enough to1 become very popular. The above sog is a geem, in fact, one of the sweetest negro ime-lodics ever put before the music loving uttblih. Sung night ly, with inmense succe:s, by Mi'it. U. BUr low, of minitrel f,:ae. Price, 40 cenlts per copy. The title page is ill ustratedt, and con tains a fine view of a Southlernt plantation scene. Can be obtailned from any large inn sic dealer, or from the publiheir, 1". W. lih mick, No. 50 West Fourth street, Cincina ti, O. A. AI. lO'LTE a id Harry lx. (.'oinly paid a visit this \\eek to CoppICropUlis, to see .after their LineUs iu thlat distrit. These gentle wn.zlare interested with (U. A. Kellogg, Ed. Bonnll and others in seven of the best leads in thre district, and are making preparations to commence their developlment. Mr. llol te:, is extensively interested in, mines in the Butte and Boulder districts, work on which is being vigorously prosecuted, and we feel assured that he will not allow his interests in Copperopolis to remain utiprosplctetd any great length of time. We undlerstald that it is the intention of the company to sink on their leads this winter, iand if they promise well they will put on L large force of men in the spring. THE hospitality :nldi enterprise of West ern stgle men, is hard to beat. Gen. Slier 'man's letter ,hbout Montanat contains the tollowin'g: Mr. Clarke, agent and proprie tor of the stage line betweenl Ellis and 110l 'ea. offered to bring us to Helena,106 miles, in one dlay, instead of three or tour by our ownil wagons, and we accepted. Accortitig lv at three a. nr. of the 21st, we took Lis stage coach, drawln by four horses, drivemn by Mr. Clarke himself;, and &came throughl by 6 p. mi. in splendid style. Relays of horses were takeni every fifteen or twenty miles, and the last three relays our coach was drawn by six horses, so that we made from eight to eleven miles the :.our, though the horses at, this season of the year are not fed grain, but (depend on grnzing, the glisse. (bunch fand granmna) being consider ed veiy nutritious. A cOUPLE of gentleman passed our resi dence a few dlays ago, and when told who resided there, one exclaimed, "I would like to see the lying Rocky Mountain Husband.'' The oath with which he qualified it made us think he Ineauit light. Sunmmoning up cour age, We donned a suit of blue overalls, to make as formnidable an iappearance as 1)ossi ble, and sailied to our oltice to ýawait the ex pected visitor, but much to our relieft hle did not call. We\V evidently got away with a tilutt. 'i'tHi folllowiing ofliers for tihe ensuiing quarter were elected at the last meeting of I )iaumond Lodge, No. 1, I. O. (. T. : «W. C. '1.--T'. E. Colliins. W. V. '.--1r.. T. E. Collin-. W. S.-II. 11. Barnes. W. F. S.-(-. A. iHampton. WV. T.-Johnl11 llarton. . (C.---Johni Bluckiinguuha. WV. M.-Charlules Colliib'. I-. I. (i.-Chris. Kin f. W. O. (l.-Joseph 1Fºnihoft. I. %V. C. T .- I.1' l lllll. A COUPLE of antelope appeared upon Dia mond bar, about 300 yards dlitant, yester day morning-, causing a few tiiinuites excite inent: aioflnl) our sportsmeln and giv'illg an opportunity for display of marksmannliip. 3 G. A. Ham:ipton brought down one from 'the t Stoop of the 'IthsnAlAX. s otffice. Frolick ing nimbly upon the grassy hillside, the fleet-foote(l gazelle leaped high in the air at the crack of his rifle and tumbled down the forty f-et embankment. 31. V. B. 'Green laid down his stick and rule and dropped the other in its tracks the first shot, as it was niialmn uvring to learn the Whereabouts or its mate. lie says it is the'" fattest take" lie has had for some time. Not every jour nal is published inii a land where such choice game cuat be hunted 'rone the offiee door. THE, telephone mania, which has engaged the attention of the scientific men of the Eatst for some time p1)a:t, has at last reached D)iamond. Withill the past week quite a nulniber of experiments have beeni made, which poved quite successful. The device used is very simple, consisting only of two ordinary two pound fruit cans, and a twine cord. A hole is made in .one end of the can large enough for the tmouth, the stri:ng is paussed through a small hole in the other end and knotted to prevent its drawing out. A can is arranmgerd at each end of the line, and thus messages are tralnsmntted a distamce of 400 feet anid upwards. Aln o.ldinary tone is carried further than it is possible for one to make himself unde:rstood by raising the voice, and both words and songs areO trans Imitted accurately and in pe4fectly audible tones. "T''llE .YouNG PE1O':O1L'S COMIADEI," iS a new, fresh anid sparkling eight-paged, illus trated monthly paper for our young folks. It has a facinatiug serial story, short ,;toriles, articles and poems, a "Y'outng Cr'usader's" column, a "'Maiden's Boudoir," a "Little People's Corner," a "Puzzler's l)rawer," a Musical Department and various other at tractions. It is devoted largely to teaching temperance, which it will inculcate by every genial and effective method. It should be in every household in the land. It offers a most liberal list of premiumus for obtaining subscribers. It is edited by Miss Julia Col man, formerly of tihe Sunday.School Adco cate, and published by Z. Pope Vose, Rock land, Maine. We will seud this beautiful young people's paper, a nice chromno, and the II:SBiANDMAN one yea'" for $1.6i, in ad Vl.le. IN this issue we insert the prospectus of the Cultivator and Country Gentleman, one ot the oldest and best agricultural journals in the coun1try. The reputation of this journal is world w\ide, and it seetm. Ireless to at tempt any meiintion of it. This year it et(iers upon it.s quarter cenitury of existence since the combination of the Cultivator with the Coun try Ge2ntleman, and t!le proprietors propose to still further add to its interest andl value. For the year 1878, they propose to give to to each subscriber a copy of the Adnnual Reg ister of Rural Affairs, a valuable book of 144 pages. as a premium. Persons wishing; an Easterln agricultural joural and a live 'Ter ritori:al paper, can hve the Country Gentle man and the ROCKY MOUNTAIN IJCHs.sin mA." for $6.00---caul. Those renewing their; suhscriptiooal to this paper shall have the same advantages as new subscribers, and all will be entitled to the book premitun. R:e member that the cash must accompany your order, or these terms cannot be bad. THE project of building a road down the gulch to the valley, avoiding all hills, bidA fair to be carried out successfully. A paper is being circulated for the purpose of raisirg the necessary funds, and about $10C eas al ready been subscribed. This is a matter ot' great ,itnportance to our coummunity, and we are glad to know that our people are at lAst. aroused to its necessity. In Mi-ssoula, October 1C , 1877, to the wife of 3. A. J. (:halrnian, a daughter. 1) t 1 ED At I'ony, Miadi-on 'ofrunty, Saturlay. October 20, of hemoinrage of the lungs, J. B. l'ercy, aged 42 At Meadow (:reek', Madison county, on Wednes day, October 23, D.aniel Yandes. In Helena, October 24, George W. Woo"s, aged about 50 ycalrs. At Gwendlale, October 15, Elizabeth, wife of William Wier, uged 31 years and 7 months. At Ilellgate, October 22, Mary Rosetta White. daughter of Mrs).1:. 1. 1)ukt.s, aged 7 years, b Imoniths and 11 days. SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ROAD PROPOSALS. Bids for (on:ltructi::og a good wagon road frot Dtiamn to the iouth of ( onfederate gulch will h'e received at this otfice 1up to Saturday evenllig, Nov. 3, 1 lTih road ito hie coaltrucite l down the gulch; avoiding hills, and the work to he vigorlously proi ectteld. For further particular:s call at this oifice. SOCIAL BALL! A Cocial hall n ill be given at Masonic Hall, Centreville, M. T. On the evening of F.RI)DAY, NOVE3i.I1ER 9. Every et.irn will be 'rmade to make the occasion the .et ien joyble of thie -etioi. The 1ro(111 be neath the Mhasohic :ie will have the paltition re nioved, and, tthus enlarged, will :eoumnimodate a hIrge tnrong. A cor'dial invitation is extended to all. BENJ. 1'. JIARKERJ, M1%anager. ''ickeitn, lincludinng Supper, $3.50. Vegetables for Winter. The attention of the miners of the county, tb citizens ( Camnp Baker and Ihe stock mn:lt of Smith river valley is respectfully invited to the tirct that I amt now relpared to furnishi them their winter's euply of Ve;elabile. Ia ving raised tons of PL'oatet, C'.ban jea, T'B>rnips, Beets, O nio sn Etc., I will sell themn at a very low figure. I am also preplareil to furnish large quantities of Flour and Grain. J. G. I'CKRlil:1NG. 4i-t.f h)ck Creek, M. T. One roan mare, bral.ndedt with the ace of hearts on the left thigh, and has lark roan spots oni the back alli ruinp. Also one two year hold sorrel hoIre wfth white strip in face, light mrne and tail, and three white legs, anld branded It on left ide aind thigh. When last seen were on Poverty Flat. Any 1person delivering the iune to me, or infor3 ia.g ]me of their wherea.bouts, ~ ill be rewarded for their trouble. J. LANEY 45 I)iantmoind City. C. S. KELLY, D. 0. S. DENTIST. r'i .ca Tr: (Correcting irregulaurities of the Nufit' rul 'l'eeth, reAtoring decayed lpnrts with Porcelain and Gold; making Artificial Teeth with continuous PordTainll Gtu. 41-4y DR. A. L. DAVISON, Physician and Surgeon, Takes ple:asure in announcing to the public that he has hloatcd pecrmannllctly in Diamond City. anw will prol~nplly respond to all calls day or night, unless pro'Rsionlly cengaged. ___-__ INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. HELEN A, MONTANA. Unexcelled cruisine, unobtrusive provision for the gratilication of its patrons, conven:elCt, spacious and airy rooms, and kept scrupulously clean, are some of the chief chlaracteristics of this justlypop ular hotel. RILNDA & SRKLOWEIR, Props. 2-TIv A4. 1). tIIOVR, Cler&. Mrs. M. A. Eckert, PHOTOGRAPHIC AVlTI~'', MAIN STIlI:ET, - - IIEENA, MONTiAkNA. Pictures taken in evc!yv style of the art, anl pgarr anto'ed to 'ivC ^atirsfa'rtion. George I'. ReeVes, WAT CIIMAK I1t. 3loeted to Norelty ,.Rte Bldlttlin, opposite M~iue rhy, Neel " CX'., Helefa, Mfontana. Wat'h ntml :hronnbmeter mnkini intmd repaitn.yr in all its most dliiltcllt patIrt, a sl.eciltv. Engraving cxec.u1idl in good sx.tyc: Gold and sitter .lnok made to order. June 1, 1876-Cm. (ELO. P. RE1EYvf,.