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EURIA tE A PRQDUe MARK.ET.
Haa.pwA. Aug. 12, 1815. The markets since our last report have been steady, and open this morning with a (lr demand, but price@ show a slight decline trom previous quotations : F1 mr-XX--$3.00;, XXX chole-$3.50 • 4.00. Wheat, 42.25. Oats. $email@example.com. Barley--bre Wers'-$2.50. Barley!-teed--$2.00. Bran and Shorts-$1.65. Penas-choplpel-$2.30. . Pe;s--sced-$.O00. Ebtter-30. Ezgcrs--40. ' Chopped teed-$3.00. Potratoes-$1 .503$2.00 Pork-giro.ss-$s.00. Pork--net-$10.00. Chickens, $4.00@$0.00 per doz. Youno (nickený--$5.00@$6.00. 'I'u rkeys. $:3.00@$3.50 each. Fishl-16@20c. pIer lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. New hlvy-$p.00. Wood, $5.00 perc rd. -~~ ---- BUTTE. PRODUCE MARKET. BUTTE, M. T., Aug. 12, 1875. The following figures rule the markets of the Silver City this morning: Floulr-bhest-$4.50. W heat--$3@$3.50. Oats-$3.50. L, yv-$12.00. Potatoes--$2.50. Bu tter-30e. Eggs--50c. Cheese-1-"@20c. 'ran and Shiort.s-none in the market. . Vegýcrtalhes-·-elling at fair prioes, accord trg to supply on hand. BecATF HUSBANDot-RY.. -PARONS OF HUSBANDRY. IN MEMORIAL. ~esoluilions adlopted by the,:Territorial Grange ar its late session on the death of Bro. J. R. IHanan, of Prickly Pear Grange, who lad hbeen aplpoiintetl WorthyLecturer for tle:l'erritory. and was prepa!riing to en ,..tr po(in the discharge of Ils druties when lie mlet with his sad alld lamertalete fate. 1WIrltA..A It lots pleased the Creator in His ijilnilta wisdoml to remove from our uhilst., ,hy Ileath, our brpther J. R. Hanan. Resolved, Th'l at ill the death of Bro. Ha nan lth. Orilhr has lost an honoriztle uem tr a. ll olk:er, society at wprthy citizen, and Ills famiy aoL itidllgeat husband and f;ltlhr, alid while we ioiuliro his lose we submit to the will of the great; Master. .Resolved, 'That a page of thle Territorial ,Grange journal be draped in mourning with these re- olutions inucribed thereon, and that a copybe. sent to the family of the deceased ll(I to thuo ROCKY MOUNTAIN HlUSBANDMAN for publiciation. W, 11. SUTHInRLIN, 'A.' W. SwiTzERs, Conm. P. B. MILLs. .,THE SESSION OF THE TE RRITOBIAL GRANGE AT TWIN BRIDg8S. The session of the Territorial Grange which convened in Compronmise GIilage ball at Twllu Bridges. Madison ,ounty, on the lst iusr., andl countinued until late in the afterinooll onl the 3i1, though not oas largely attenll(d as somle other sessiolln, was one of the most important ever held in Montana. The i.;clivity of a nlumber of the subordi rlte grallnges ili the country and their in dtflerellce to wa;rd Iprogress andl replresenta tlln seolned to impress the Itmembers in at ,ten.tllllr with the necessary action deman-ll :taIr. tte.ntiol, n alln they did go at the labors in a I rdl' zealots initlner. 'The result was 1elliliell ly% satiltaettory, since by the actionl of lthi~ metin;: the Order to-day stands with a boet r a-str cllle of Success tlhan at 1any oilther lit .. ilarlony and activity prevailed thlir ln "tlit the entire session. Otne ' Ihet illportallt measures decided tUpel, wa;a that of making. easy the condi tin, I. or re-instating the dormant gratiges, by r'llltilg the lldues to It stated timie. P'lheret was ito alteration made in tIhe coi titurion or by-laws. A measure respect o1dg, !t)e organization and government of Po mlona gra~lge.l was also adopted. It gives 6 popoyoina.granges the right to hold special sessip!sfpr (te transaction of any business at differeitpoints within their district, and5 otherwise el4ouragea the organization of Pomona granges. The question of co-op eration was discussed at length, and impor tant measures adopted relating to the same In this Territory. Worthy Master Jones being unable to attend the duty of preski ing devolved upon Bro, A..W. Switzer, of Madison Grange, and that duty was dis e charged by him with dignity and credit. Madison Grange was better and more ably represented than any ..outside of Madi son county. So popular were its represen taitivs and visiting memnbers that it was de cidee. by a unanimous vote to hold the next s,;yion of the Territorial Grange at the Madison Grange hail. An iuterestinig feature of this event, was the grand feast given by Compromise Grange on the last day of the session to the children and young people of the valleys, and visitori. At noon two long tables were spread laden with a copious variety of eara bles, and the assembly of children, nearly seventy-five innumber, were invited to po sitions around themn., Following this was someexcellent singiug by the youths anc misses. After the young people had feast ed on the good things, the tables were re plenished ,ad their parents, the representa tives and visiting,members, paid their re spects in the hearty effort to devour them, but finally had to surrender, leavi,,g a large quantity of cakes, pies, etc. untouched. After dinner when all were seated they listened to some exquisite guitar music and singing by Miss Nettle Foster, of Pleasant Valley Grange, assisted by Misses Susie Parker, Emma Davidson, Julia I]ana, Manl tie Parker and Master Charles Mahaln, pu pils of the Twin: Bridges district school, of which Mr. Holden is teacher. It is in or der to here state that Mr. Holden and Dr. Davidson aided the little ones in singing some dillicult songs. ''Thie songs '-Pull for the Shore," "Whosoever Will," and some others were appreciated and applauded with enthusiasm by the large audience of listeners. fi It was 'the design to have devot ed two hours to2 speech-making, hut the four hours allotted having been passed in the feast and singing, and the anxiety to complete the labors of the Territorial Grange prevented it. A number of the members and visitors were prepared to speak, and it is to be regretted that the time could not be or'antled. At 4 o'clock p. in. the Grange resumed business and continued in session until pear ly six p. in. when it adjourned. A laige amount of business was t: ansacted wlhch will be spread before the graduges as Soonii as the journal can lie copied, printed and sent out by the Secretary. Saturday evening Pomona Grange No. 1 held a session which did not close until nearly 12 in. This grange is composed of a majority of the members of Pleasant Valley grange, Sheridan and Compromise granges, and is working with an interest worthy of immnitation. The session was largely at tended and conducted with much interest. Three members were initiated. Tile hall was decorated and neatly arranged, and the work which comprised the young of the fifth degree, was truly a delightful thing. I. was about to omit mention of the feast which was an enjoyable feature of the oc casion, but it will be enough to state that Pomona presided and her elegantly decora ttyl and luxuriantly ladened table gave a pleasure to those present at the midniglht hour that will long be remembered. WILL. 1868. ESTABLISHED 1808. COSIOPOLITAN HOTEL, SAxUImL SonwpB. E]DWARD I. ZIMMERMAN Nos.,..aqid 9 -Main Street, HELENA, - - MONTANA. 0 This House is eontrtllly located, and the only First clhia brick anmd stone,lotel in the city. CHARGEr REAlRONAnLE. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES!I CHICAGO SCALE CO. 88 and 70 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Ills. Have Reduced the Prices of all kinds of SCALES ! 4-Ton Hay, Stock or Cotton Scale, $60. Former Price, $160. All other sizes at a great redaction. )t"*EEVxiR ..ALD FULLY WARRANTED. All orders promptly filled. Ctroulars, Price List and Testimonials sent upon application. de BUIY THE IIHEAPEST AND DEST. 1 SIMXPROVi. AGRICULT'U including WOOD'S HARVESTERS, with or without SElf-Bindle, WOO'D'S SELF-RAKEl g Wood's improved Chain Self-Rake Reapers, Wood's Iron-Frame Mowers HOLLINGSWORTH'S, GALE'S, AND SUPERIOR IAy ] REINDEER SELF-DUMPING HAY RAKE. Improved Studebaker Wagons, With Steel-Plated AXles. All sizes, from heavy Freight to light spring Wagone. ýWa I-IAPGOO D PLOWS, 12 and 14 inch Gang lows. 12 and 16 inch Sulky Plows. 12, 14 and 18 inch ua SStirring Plows, all sizes, from 8 to 14 inches. 1 rakhgr DOMCESTIC SE'VWING 1MVACHIlYEi. FAIRBANK'S SCALES. FARM PUMPS, FROM TEN TO ONE HUNDRED FEET IN DEPTg. Grain, F'lour, and Ore Sacks. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TIIE LATEST IMPROVED HAND RAKES, HANDLES. ETC. F Tobacco for making Sheep Dip, either in sacks or bulk. Repairs for all kinds of Machinery sold by us. Everything usually kept by a First-Cta A ral Warehouse. A f Agents for the Benton Transportation Com'y. Fir st. Steamers. Through Tickets and through Bills of Lading to all points East, at the Lowest possible tger T. C. PO WElt & CO., 93 Main St., Helena, h,~I SNEW LIVERY & FEED Stables. SMAIN STREET, DIAMOND CITY,Mf. T. 0 ti KROFT & FLEMING, Proprietors. 0 e Iaving purchased and refitted the old HV.PA D MAN huilding, we are now prepared to accommo date stock in tirst-class style. The public arue es l pecttully invited to call. Prompt and ctareful at tention given to both local and transient customgers. Charges will be Reasonable, And not in advance of like accommodations in other towns in the Territory. A good supply of l Hay and Grain kept constantly on hand. I 28-tf II tOFT & FLEMING. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. f - The Most Attractive Pleasure Re sort in Montana. AH 2ALING ASYLUM FOR THE AFFLICTED. OldCGronpicDiseases treated with medical skill, ant permanent cures effected. WM. Parberry, i. D., Resident Physician. Board, aRid fees for medical attendance, reason able. Terms, Cash. SPENCER BROS., 31-tf Proprietors. The Southern Hotel, MRS. MARY J. IOLAN, PROPRIETRiSS, Dipfnmond City, Montana:. Tables furrnihed in the good old substantial style, and with the best the market affords. No Chinese Cooks. The culinary department is presided over by Mrs. Nolan in person, a sufficient guarantee that every thing is neat and.skillfully prepared. The Traveling Public Especially Invited to Gall. TWO DOLLARS PER DAY. BOARD PER WEEK.................... $6.00 SINGLE MJEALS............ - ---- . T. E. COLLINS. ATTORINEY AT LAW. pedal attention given to Collection in all parts of he Territory. Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office at Cenaty Clerk's Offlee, r DIAMON cvry. - - . MO/A9 " . IOt'AA KLEINSCHMIDT & BRO, S Cor. Main and Edward Sta., Helena, . . . . Mon WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS GROCERIES AND PROVISION Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Lard, Ba DRIED FlRUITS, Canned Goods, Etc., Etc. FANCY an STAPLE GROCO Of Every Description. Comprising in all the largest and most cor wholesale stock in Montana. GRAIN AND FLOUR BOUGHT AND SOLD. Freighters' and Forwarders' R Given to all parts of the country. Apply to sckmidt & Bro., Helena, or to their branch at Fort Benton. B F. MARSH, iU. S. DEPUTY MINEIRAL SUITIT ,IHELENA. - - MONTANA. G. A. KELLOGG, U.SfJEPUTY MINERALSURVE HELENA. M. T. LACLEDE HO' BOZEMAN, MONTANA. A. J. d& . J. . IALIN, Proprlet*o Elegantly furnished, a.nd First-Galse 1i respect. Rooms and board by the dayorW Reasonable Rates. Prickly Pear HeI H. H. CLARK, Proprietor. This new hotel is situated upon the it road, six and a half miles,from Ilelena kept, and capable of accomlmodatinlg pub)ce in the most approved myanle. C. S. KELLY, D. D. S. DRNTJFA Broadway, - - SPaIALTY: Correcting frregultftI ral Teeth; restoring decayed Prt and Gold; makiagl..Aifelcu. Teeth w Porelain Gum.