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PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
- -- A GOOD REPORT. EDITOR IUSBANDMAN - I see In your ever welcome paper letters fro m all parts of the country that spew In glowing terms of the o ndition and general pr osperity of most granges throughout rtbe land, but seldom, if ever, see :anythim ihi the way of reports, either pro or con, Ironi Compromise gramn. .1 have no do*Wt buit Patrons in different sections of the 'Verrito ry have long sinee-conme to the eonclusion ,that Compromise," had gonetleatl:" .Ne.ta. The members of Compromise, Itogether .with Shetidan and'Pleasant Valley grargea, ,have awoke to a sense of their finty by meeting on or.atbout the.last of Deoember, .and organizing -a Pomona grar ge, be lieving it to beone-of the first and most 'nm portant stqp towards co-operation, all feel ing satisfied *from the two or three years ex perience they have had separatdy that there could be more good accomplisM and more benefit derived financially 'by ntuiting, as "as in numbers there is strength." Not that there is any expressed feeling of dis satisfaction of the wor ieg of the subor4i anate granges, but all et our live members -seem to feel and so express themselves that theythave been well paid for their trouble and oUnlhy inAIee close atteridance, both so cially anddnaneially. One brother, in giv ing in his experience, spoke of sending East for a-smail bill amnountiig to $8 or $10, in which he saved enough to pity his and his wife's quarterly dues for five or six years. Such being the case, Is it not thie for Pa trmns in thts country to begin to rally, aed make desperate efforts to release themselves ,from what I would call bondage? and by -so doing, reliere themselves of burdens too .gppressive to carry and prosper. lt'is true, Compromise grange, like most others, have what we term weak members, from the fact they are non-workers-hardly ever attending. They become members for what purpose I can't see. 'T'here attend ance has not been sufficient to realize its worth. It is true, in the commencement, we all had to grab in the dark, and at first there was but Littde aoeomprNshed; but we .of Montwa. e.n profttby or from the expe rience of older graniges in -the East, ail shevefromn have great advantage os'er those ,thirt take the erst step. Vow chat day seems to be dawahig throiughewt the (and, A think those weak members w1ill gain -stretigth and make a second ond mere decl itve mnoe, and to outsiders whase interests ere identical with ours, t ,will Fad cone juiln V;.-you will sooner or later, why not tiow? )ou that persist in haulgling a certauhi cuss' 4n taking advantage of the tillers of the soil,. will soon see the folly of your wvtp, awd ere long you, too, wili join us, turoumid one -%af the largest and gcaui4est equalliatsion ,boards ever known. MAa, at -firt, was nuade equal in iondapendoace. and he tnat won't strive for that equality and indepaend enee, is not worthy of the umame of Brother. The organization of Poiqua Grange No. I was completed Feb. 9th, with a working mem bership of 39. T'he-fo2low'lg ogicers were installed for the ensulag year; W. M.-J. Wyrock. WY. O.-Geo. Wickhama. W. L. Z. D. Foster. W. S.-Ueo. Lewis. V. A. S.-A. Eastman. W. C.-A. N. Moore. W. 'T.-John Moore. W.. ec'y.-. M11. Lott. 117. 0. K.--. Ingritm. Twoeona-Miss Lena Christianson. $p)ctre--Mips Alice Reed. L. A. i.--Mtss Maria Christianson. The nexto tealr mpeeting will be hvllat Twiu Bridge hii1 on the 1st Saturday in 31oy. The following ofleers of Compromise grange No. 20, were instaiio4 for the ensu ing year: IW. M.-J. Wyrock. W. 0.-J. W. Brook. W. L.-A. N. Moore. W. (.-I. .littlies. WV. A. S.-..J. W1VIlhar~t. W. C.-17. L. T1homaK, IV, T.-Il. Ottea. W. See'y.-ML IT. Lott. W. G. K.-A. N. Parker. ('cre-M-rs. WIvrock. Poinon I-Mrs. Etten. Flora-Mrs. Sevior. L. A. S.-Mrs. need. Regular meetings every two weeks. A PATRON. Twin Bridges, M. T. Feb. 24, 187S. THAT .TERRIBLE SCOURGE, Fever, and ague, and its congener, stbatios remittent,.besides affections of the stomach, liver and bowels, produced by miasonatie air and water, are both eradicated and pueent ed le 41e alse of Hostetter's stomach Bit ters,.a purely vegetable elixir, indorsed by. 1physiclans, and more extensively used as a emwoty for the above class of disorders, than any medicine of the age. A languid circulation, a torpid state of the liver, a want of vital stamina, are conditions pecu liarly favorable to malarial diseases. 't'hey are, however, surely remidied by the great Preventive, which, by invigorating the sys tem and endowing it with regularity as well as vigor, provides it with a resistant power irhich enables it to withstand disorders not only of a malarail type, but a host of others to which feeble and ill regulated systems are subject. The Bitters are a safe as well as searching eradicant, and have widely superceded that dangerous drug, quinine, which palliates but does not eradicate malaria. GOLD AND SIvER STEM AND KIEY-WINDING Watches * 0 .Q, :, 3 and 6 oz. cases, All watchep fully war rantediforene year. All kinds of Watch repairing done in a work manlike manner, and warranted for onq year. JEWELRY. Ladies' .deta in Solid Roman Gold, Caise, Amethyst. Coral, Garnet and Pearl. Solid 14 Karat Gold GUARD. OPERA AND VEST CHAINS, ROMAN AND PLArN GOLD NECKLACES, LOCKETS, CitOBSSi, FINGER AND iUAR RINGS, SruDS, SLEEVE BUTTONS, ETC. )ISolid Silver ano Plated Forks, Spoons, etc.txf FIELD AND SPY GLASSES Of the best F1ench manufacture. Special pains taken injitting Spectacles zdnd Eye Olases, to secure a glass suited to the eke. Orders froem the country alled with care. H atches and otherpoeds sent for selection on receiving aatisfac. tory saference. W. G. BAILEY, ItELErW A, M. T. G. A. KEWAQG , U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. HELENA, I. T. T E. QOLLIN S. ATTORNEY A'T' LAW. pecidal attention given to Collections in all parts of he Territory,. Uonveyaawiug promptlyautended to. Office at Cou*4y Clerk's Office, DIAMOND CITY. - * - XONTA>A' WALTER W. DeLACY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ITELENA, Mi. T. 'IV..euill free bwa. an *guarantee LA. I loses1 differb varieties, for - 1.00 Gerblaes 10 different va4elete, for B.(@ Ij berguisees. 10 differeing bulte for r 1.0 Gladiolas, all flowering bulbs, for - 1,0 Carnations, 8 splendid ports, for - 1.00 hardy Flowering tshrobs, aeorts, for 1.00 A hundrq4 otter things cheep. Ag$0 page rttfinar Catloge tree to at lpp lesats. 4 'o..an Imt ae eStatk of Fruit etc.. and 16-page price list free. 24th years 13 Oreenhouses. 400 Acres. Root's Garden Manual For 1878, lFull of Instruction on 4ardening Topics; and pi<lce i.ist of CHOICE 4EI"DS, sent for 10 cents, allowed on first order for seeds. Address, J. B. }LOOT, Rockford, Ill. Prickly Pear House, H. H. CLARK, Proprietor. This new hotel is situated upon the Bozerndn road. six and a half nliLcs from Ilelena. It lf v ell kept, and eapable of aceommiodating the traveling public in the most approvedfnanner. WHITE SULPUR SPRINGS! The Most Attractive Pleasure Re sort in Montana. AREALING ASYLUX FOR THE AFFLICTED. Old C(reoue Diseases treated with medical skill, ant, permanent cures effected. aiwl. and fees for medIca attendance, reason able. T'erms, Cash. WI. PARBERRY, M. B., 44-tU Proprietor. 1868. ESTABLISIED 1808. COSIOPOLITAN HOTEL, SAMUL'Z Son WAB. EIWARD I. ZIMMERMAN Nes. 37 and 39 lain Street, HELENA, - - MONTANA. This House is centrlly located, and the only First class brick and stone Hotel in the city C(HARGER REARONABLE. LACLEDE HOTEL. BOZEMAN, MONTANA. A. J. & N. J. MALIN, Proprietors. Elegantly furnished, and First-Class in every respect. Rooms and board by the day or week at Reasonable Rates. 46-tf A Cough, Cold, ,661 hOr Sore Throat REQUIRES Immediate Attention. A continuance for any length of time causes Irri tation of the Lungs, or some chronic Throat aflum tion. Neglect oftentimes results in some incurable Lung disease. Brown's Bronchial Trocthes ,have proved their ciicacy, by it test of many years, sand will almost invariably give immefiate relief. Obtain wnly Brow 'M Iirochial Troches., and do not take any of the worthless imitations that muay Iezoffered. pOPLE'S MEAT MARKET. KROFT & FLEMING Keep constantly on hand the best quality of BEEF,,PORK, MUTTON AND SAUSAGE "early opposite the Huabandman Oflice, MAIN STREET, DIAMOND CITY, M. T. 1~'R TED OTHEv ,Each Number contains T'IiiTY-TWO 1'AGES of reading, man v fine Wood Cut illur trations. and one COLORiD PLATE. A beautiful tGarden iaga znc, printed on elegant paper, and fulliof-infornma tion. In English and Genran. Price $1.2.1 a year Fivecopies 8..00. . Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 50 ceists ill paper covers'; in eleeaut cloth covers $1. Vieb's Catalogue---00 iljUstrations, only 2 cents. Address, .1 AS. VICK,'Rochester, N. lY. GOLD Great chance to make money. If you *can't get gold you can get greenbacks. We need a person: in every town to lake subscrip tions for the largest, cheapest apd best ilhlstratetl family publication in the world. Any one canr be come a successful agent. The"tost elegnut works of art gived free to subscribers. The price is so low that almost everybody subscribes, One agent re ports making over $150 in a week. A lady agent reports taking over 400 names in ten days. "All who engage make money fast. You can devote all your time to the business, or only your spietinic. You need not he away fromn home over night. You can do it as well as other. Full particulars, directions ahd terms free. Elegant and expensive Outfit free If you want profitable work send us your address at once. It costs nothing to try the business. No one who engages fails to make great pays Addrebs "The People's Journal,'' Portland, Maine. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES! CHICAGO SCALE CO. 68 and 70 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Ills. Have Reduted the Prices of all kinds of SCALES! 4-Ton Hay, Stock or Cotton Scale, $60. Former Price, $100." All other sizes at a great reduction. ;E EVERY SCALE F'ILLY VAIRRANTED. All orders promnptly tilled. Circulars, Price List and Testimonials bunt upon application. 49 BUT THlE HEAPEST AND BEST. FIRs'T NATIONAL BANK OF IIELE jA Designated Depository of the United States. S. T. IHAUJSER, - - - PresiIent D. C. C011lN, - - - Vice Pre1i(I&l. E. W. KNIGHTT, - - * * Un et, T. II. KLEINSCIIMIDT, - - Asa't. Cahlier. We trausact a general Banking business and buy gt the highest rates, GOLD DUST, COIN, GOLD AND SILVER BULLION, And Local Socurities; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers. Available In ail parts of the United States and (;un. ndas, Grecat Itritain, feeluanal anit the Continent, C;ollertionsanuteaud proceeds remitted pro1mptly . 120jLMER, SAIASBU1RY & CO., Carriers or UNITED STATES' MAIL, AND OF Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, Run a Line of DAILY Passeuger Coaches to FRANKJN TERMINUS, Virginia City, AND TRIWEEKLY To Missoula and Fort Benton. For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to any of io CEimnav's Arents. jjLtED J. KIESEL & CO. Forwarders for MONTANA AND IDAHO CORtINXE. - - - UTAH. Highest Price paid for WOOL, HIDES AND TALLOW. Mark goods CARE F. J. K & CO., CORINNE, U'fAl. May 4. 18"7-24-tmr. HELENA AND DIA3IOND CITY, STAGE LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL. P. B. CLARK, - - Proprietor. Coaches leave Helena Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 7 o'clock a. m. Leave Diamond City Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, ate? o'clock, a. m. HELENA AND BOZEMAN. Coaches leave Hreleiia every morning, (Sundny excepted,) at 4 o'clock., a. m. 'Leave iBozeman every morning, (Sundays exceut. ed,) aX4 o'clock, a. m.F OFFICES: IhELENA-Davin & Wallaee's, Main Street. BozzarAN-Willson & Rich's, cur. lain and BoZC man Streets. BOZEMAN AND. VIRGINIA, Leaves Virginia City every Monday, Wed~nesdy and Friday, at 4o'clock, ,. m. Leaves Iozeman Tuesday, Thiursday and Satur" day, at 4 o'clock,, a. ni. OFrvxcr-In Virginin, at Raymond Eros. Sewing-Xachlne. TRADE <~v SEn MARk 'rg PATD. JULY t5 171 WE CLAIM FOR THE IMPROVED WHITNEY SEWING MACHINES The following specific points of superiority: 1-Great Simplicity in Constructidln 2-Durability. 8-Exceedingly Light Running. 4-Still Running. Noiseless. 5-Performs all Varieties of Work. 6-Beauty of Finish and Worksusph 7-GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE. .1 Machines sent on trial before payment Is IeqIuire" written guarantee to keep machines in orderf1ort years given with each machine. Why pay old pri Agents wanted. For circulars atd particirtnles Address, The Whitney 'fg. (0'* 2i Adams St., ChicuV), 11t. January 35,:10-6m.