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HEmIxA, Aug. 12, 1l9t. Flour-XX--$3.00; XXX choice-$3.50 Opts, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Barley--brewers'-$2.50. Barley-feed-$2.00. Bran and Shorts-$1.65. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-seed-$4.00. Butter-30. Eggs-40. Chopped teed--$3.00. Potatoes-$1.50@$2.00 Pork-gros.--$S.00. Pork-net--$10.00. ,Chickens, $8.00@$9.00 per doz. Young cnickens-$5.00.$6.00. Turkeys., $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish-16@Q20c. per lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. New hay-$9.00. Wood. $5.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. IPunlished by request of Compromise Grange.] REVOLUTIONIZE THE LAND. Tune-' 'We are,a Band of Freemen." Come let's be up and doing. Whilst our corn and wheat are growing, And make a proper showing, That our rights we may maintaia. We're a band of Patrons, We're a band of Patrons, We're a band of Patrons, We'll revolutionize the laud. We all the pledge have taken, We will all the land awaken, Stand Alrmly and unshaken, Whilst our rights we do maintain. We're a band, etc. Father Adam farmed in Eden, On the other side of Jordan, And we are Adam's children, And our rights we should maintain. We're a band, etc. Ancient Eve she was our mother; She and Adam dwelt together, And they farmed in pleasant weather, Whilst their rights they did maintain. We're a band, etc. Oppressors they are howling, And at the Grange ranks are seowling, And middle men are prowling, Yet our rights we do maintain. We're a band, ste. The bone and sinew of the nation, We claim a social station, Yet we ask no elevation, Whilst our our rights we do maintain. We're a band, etc. We should all love one another, Like sister and like brother, And cast our mights together, and our rights we will maintain. We're a band, etc. -C. W. G rDEON. . . . 4 - | q . . . . The sooner farmers make up their minds to the fact that a combination of forces, an association of effort, a co-operation of labor is necessary to secure that recognition in the community which the cultivators of the soil deserve and should command, the soon er the wheels of progress will be set in mo tion. Those easy-going souls who are wait ing for some power to come to them and carry them on to fortune ,and position and power are doomed to die in disappointment. To those alone who plow and plant and cul tivate is the harvest assured.-Exchange. The farmers of the state of New York cannot longer afford to be controlled by political party caucuses and party conven tions. The action of our farmers must be independent of the machine that grinds out a lawyer at every revolution, tor every rep resentative or executive office in our gov ernment. The law-making bodies of our government .must be composed of every olass of citizens in proportion to their num bers. So it a law be proposed, calculated to aflect injuriously any class, they will be prepared to oppose its passage. Republican equality cannot be maintained throughout the future upon this continent, if special and class legislation be continued.- Worthy Mas ter Piollet. A Matron in the California Patron, in an able letter on "Woman's Opportunities,, says: "There are many reasons why women do not write more, the most cogent of which is the lack of early training in expressing their idea's through the press. Then, after as ruming the cares of a home and family, and answering the demands of society, they have enough to absorb mind and time with out beginning so late to write for papers, particularly when they hawe no especial incentive for doing so. The Grange has shed a new light on woman's pathway, and this is her golden opportunity to elevate the standard of womanhood socially and intel lectually. When the benefits to be derived from the Grange ace more fully appreciated and attained, the 'Matron's department' will be well filled. "I sever had much faith in Acernee's, not even corners of newspapers for women. If a woman utters a good ,thought, writes an able:article on taxation, irrigation, co-oper atioun, or any other subject that concerns humanity, why should she be doomed to a seat by herself? Having been kept In 'cor ners° all their lives, denied the privilege of .looking across the threshold of secret orders ~hat her brothers have founded, and called bold and daring if she ventured to step into a politieal convention, woman has had lkni ted opportunities to learn many things that render her self-sustaining arml strong. But now the gates of the Grange are opened to her, where she is a welcome and important element, where she may grow in importance until she attains a ratsk not excelled by man. Wasted years may be redeemed, and those whose chances of education have been small may thank their 'stars' that a school is opened where none are too old to learn." HELENA AND WHITE SULPHUR Springs STAGE LINE. THROUGHI in ONE DAY Coaches leave Helena on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week, at 5 o'clock a. m., and arrive at the White Sulphur Spring at 6 p. m. 'f the same day. Return on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday. OFFICES. Helena-Davis & Wallace. Canynn Ferry-L. Rotwitt. Diamond-L-. Marks. Camp Baker Wm. Gaddis. Sulphur Springs-Spencer Bros. MARKS & PATTERSON, 32 Proprietors. CHEW THE CELEBRATED "MATCHLESS" WOOD TAG PLUG TOBACCO. The Pioneer Tobacco Company, New York, Boston and Chicago. NOT FAIL to send for our catalogue It contains pl eee and d eseription of most every arttele in gen eral use,and to vnluahle to ANY PERSON contemPnlat ing the parchase of sany artlle for Per sonal aumily or Agricultural use. We .hatve done a large trade the ast season in the remote parts of the Territories, and have, with few exceptions, exceed. ed the expectations of the purchaser, naasy cila. ming to. have made a saving of 40 to 60 per cent. We mail these CATALOGU 0S TO ANY ADBRElCS PREIt, UPON APPLICATION. We sell our goods to all mankind at wholesale isrtces in quantities to suit. Rerereneo, first National Bank, Chicago. MONTGOMERY WARD & 3O., Original Grange Supply Rouse, £w Y a*. Wabash Ave, Chicago, In. 1868. ESTABLISHED 1868. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, SAMUaL SoHWAB. EDWARD I. ZIxxzaxAM, Noe. 37 and 39 ?Main Street, HELENA, - - MONTANA. This House is oentrally located, and the only First class brick and stone Hotel in the city. CHARGES I EASONABLE. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES1 CHICAGO SCALE CO. 68 and 70 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Idla. Have Reduced the Prices of all kinds of SCALES! 4.Ton lay, Stock or Cotton Seale, $60. Former Price, $810. All other sizes at a great reduction. I'Evaay ScAL FUoLLY WARRArTInD. All orders promptly filled. (troulars, Price List and Testimonial. sent upon application. 40 BUT TI BidlAPEST ANLD B818. IMPROVED AuGRICULTURAL xa ' a MENTS, including WOOD'S HARYVESTERS,-with or without elf-Binders, WOOD'S 8ELF-RAKE Rip Wood's Improved Chain Self-Rake Reapers, Wood's Iron-Frame Mowers, HOLLINGSWORTH'S, GALE'S, AND SUPERIOR HAY RAIt REINDEER SELF-DUMPING HAY RAKE. Improved Studebaker Wagons, With Steel-Plated Axles. All sizes, from heavy Freight to light spring Wagons. Want HAPGOOD PLOWS, 12 and 14 inch Gang Plows. 12 and 16 inch Sulky Plows. 12, 14 and 16 inch Breagg Stirring Plows, all sizes, from 8 to 14 inches. DOMESTIC SEWING MALCCHINES. FAFRBANK'S SCALES. FARM PUMPS, FROM TEN TO ONE IIUNDRED FEET IN DEPTI, Grain, Flour, and Ore Sacks. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST IMPROVED IIAND RIAKES, FO. HANDLES. ETC. Tobacco for making Sheep Dip, either in sacks or bulk. Repairs for all kinds of Machinery sold by us. Everything usually kept by a Flrst.(lass A ral Warehouse. Agents for the Benton Transportation Com'y. First.l( Steamers. Through Tickets and through Bills of Lading to all points East, at the Lowest possible fii T. C. POWER & CO., 93 Main St., Helena, m, , I -~~------ ------- NEW LIVERY & FEED Stables. MAIN STREET, DIAMOND CITY, M. T. KROFT & FLEMING, Proprietors. HIaving pnrchased and refitted the old IIusBAND MAN building. we are now prepared to accrommo date stock in first-class style. 'I'he public are res pectfully invited to call. Prompt and careful at tention given to both local and transient customers. Charges will be Reasonable, And not in advance of like accommodations in other towns in the Territory. A good supply of Hay and Grain kept constantly on hand. 28-tf KROFT & FLEMING. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. The Most Attractive Pleasure Re sort in Montana. A HEALING ASYLUM[ FOR THE AFFLICTED. Old Chronice Diseases treated with medical skill, ant permanent cares effected. WE Parberry, X. D., Besident Physician. Board, and fees for medical attendance, reason able. Terms, Cash. SPENCER BROS., 34-tf Proprietors. The Southern Hotel, MRS. MARY J. NOLAN, PROPRIETRESS, Diamond City, Montana. Tables furnished in the good old substantial style, and with the best the market affords. No Chinese Cooks. The oulinary department is presided over by Mrs. Nolan in person a suficient guarantee that every thing is neat and skillfully prepared. The Traveling Public Especially Invited to eail. TWO DOLLARS PER DAY. BOARD PER WEEK........»..............$6.00 SINGLE MEALS........ ............. 5 T. E. COLLINS, ATTORINEY AT I.. W. peeial attention given to Collections in all parts of he Territory. Conveyancing promptly attended to. Offieo at eaunty loerk's Offloe, EAMOND OcTY, - * MONTANA KLEINSCHMIDT & BRO, Cor. Main and Edward Ste,, Helena, - - ... on, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DE-LEBI8s GROCERIES AND PROVISIO N Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Lard, BD DRIED FRUITS, Canned Goods, Etc., Etc FANCY ant STAPLE RO Of Every Description, Comprising in all the largest and most eo wholesale stook in Montana. GRAIN AND FLO BOUGHT AND SOLD. Freighters' and Forwarders' Ii Given to all parts of the country. Applytol schmidt & Bro., Helena, or to their br i at Fort Benton. B. F. MARSH, U. S. DEPUTY MIIERAL BRN HELEN'A. - "- - ONT.+ G. A. KELLOGG, U.S. DEPUTY MINERALSURVI HELENA; M. T. LACLEDE HO BOZEMAN, MONTAA'. A. J. & w. J. IAL--N, PrOPe Elegantly furnished, and FirstCle respect. Rooms and board by the d-1o Reasonable Rate. Prickly Pear E H. H. CLARK, Proprietor This new hotel is sltnuted "~4Po tNI road, six and a half miles frotm dt. - Skept, and capable of accol m no'-. public in the most Spproved mf C. S. KELLY, D. 0., DENTIST. IBroadway, " sreuxIALTR: Correting l ral Teeth, restoring desC. ..j and Gold; makilng Armlll T" Porcelain Gu m.