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DIAMOND SPRAY. --" You're a nasty, stuck up thing," as .*be pen said to the paste-pot. -Talk of Sherman's great march to the .sea! We've just had a march all around the globe. -America has her pPeuliarity in this re .spect, too. It is wonderful how a rich papa improves a girl's looks. -A young man whose girl lives some dis ,tance out of town, says his Sunday night walk includes "two miles and one lap." -A local paper heads a column of per ,sonals "Men ..p. Things"-which is cer 4aInly not a very gallant way of ;referring to the other sex. -A young hidy .w#s sitting with a gal. lant captain in a charmingly lecorated re cess. On her knee was a diminutive niece, placed there ppur les convenaces. In the Adjoining room, with the door open, were the rest of the company. Says the little piece, in a jealouts and very audible voice, -'Auntle, kiss me,.too." J leave you to im agine what had just happened. " You should say twice, Ethel dear; two is not good grammar," was the immediate rejoin ,der. Clever girl that. .snthBiy. 100-page Srap Bookof the oreamof e s Liature. in lopy, 20., or $2 per ;Valley."'.pie, S4; " 'Blak heep " s S..50 book, in 0pe141r bstl z n Oakple en n money, rain one-cent pin ostage samp. Agoent wanted. Ib 1ibeterms but othi sent free. ddArees B. r.Wood, Tribuno Buii1g, Now York City.; 'THE .STALLION SEASON OF 1879!1 JOHN MORGAN This justly celebrated stalliou will miake the sea son on Smith river, stan L tlader's Monday, Tuesday and Wednesd4d an at James Kneen's P'riday, Saturd.y and Sunday of,each w,.ek. Terms-single leap, 0,00; tason, $16; insure, LONGFE LLOW. At stallion of fine fo ~and action, will make the 'mason as above. Terms-single leap, $5.00; season, $10; insunre, ;$15.00. Money due July 4th, the cioge of the season. JOSIAH) LANE'. April 10-21-3 LIVERY & FEED Stables. MAIN STREET, DIAMOND CITY, Af. T. KROFT & FLEMING, Proprietors, Hlaying pute hased and refltte4 the old HIUSIRAND SAN building, we are now prepared to acconuno date stock in imst-class style. The public re res -)eettblly injvited to call. Prompt and careful at, Lention given to both local aigo transient customers. Charges will be Reasonable, ,and not in advance of like accommodatioha in ther towns in the Territory. A good supply of tay and Grain kept constantly on hand. 38-tf KROFT & FLEMING. [IGN OF THE BIG BOOT. NICK M ILLEN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findipgs, HELENA, MONTANA. My stoc.l for the wholesale and retail trade is VERY LARGE AND COMPLETE Anil chnsists of the best and largest assortment of adlites, Mi3sps' and Children's French Kip, Pebble 1 (loat, Morocco, Cloth and Calfskin Fhoes. * t Hen's Custom-made French and Kip Boots 1 Kent constantly on hand, Also, rT]M BOOTS. My stock beine purchaemd exclusively for cash, enables me to ofer extra Ind emrents in the way o0 ow Prices. Feb. 11-tf. G. A. KELLOGG, # rd States Deputy Mineral Surveyor. IBL19 *- " MONTANA N OTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, April 7, 1879. John P. Hillis, whose post office address is Camp Baker, Meagher county, Montana, has this day filed his application to enter as agricultural land, under the homestead laws, the north half of the northwest quarter of section 22, and the north half ~ .f the northeast quarter of section 21, in township No. 11 north, range No. 4 east, which land is sus pended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this office on the 27th (lay of May, A. D., 1879, Sat 10 o'clock a. m., to determine as to the mineral or non-mineral character of said land. and testi mony to be used upon said hearing will be taken before T. E. Collins, County Clerk, at Diamond L Clty, Meagher county, Montana, on the 24th day 1of May, A. D., 1879, at 10 o'clock a. nm. It is al leged tiere are no known miners, nor mining im provements, Upon said land. 2$. J. H. MOE, Register. NOTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Office, ? Helena, Montana, April 4, 1879. F Phillip Miller, whose post office address is White Sulphur Springs, Meagber county, M. T., has this day flied his application to enter as afriepltural land, under the homestead laws the S E quarter, section 14, in township No.% north, range No. 6 east, which land is suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had atthisofllceonthe 21st day of May, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a.m., to determine as to the mineral or non-mineral eharacter of said land, and testimony to be used upon said hearing will be taken before T. E. Collins, County Clerk, at Diamond City, Mekgher county, M. T., on the 17th day ofMay, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a. m. It is alleged there are no known miners, nor mining improve ments, upon said land. J. H. MOE, Register. 2 NOTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, April 3, 1879. Thomas Gallagher, whose post ofilce address is Spring~v.cI, Jefferson co., Montana, has this day lled uhisapplication to enteras agricultural land, under the homestead laws, the north half of the northeast quarler; the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter; and the northeast quarter, of the southeast quarter, of sec. No. 2, in township No. 7 north, range No. 1 E which land is suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this office on the 15th day of May, A. D. 1879, at 10 o*alock a. m., to determine as to the mineral or non-mineral character of said land, and testimony to be used upon said hearing will be taken before the Register and heceiver on the 15th day of May, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a. m It is al leged there are no known miners, nor mining im provements upon said land. '21 J. H. MOE, Register. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. The Most Attractive Pleasure Re. sort' i Montana. A HEALING ASYLUM FOR THE AFPLIC.ED. Old Cbronie Diseases treated with medical skill, ant; permanent cures effected. WM. Parberry, M. D., Resident Physician. Board, and fees for medical attendance, reason able. Terms, Cash. SPENCER BROb., 34-tf Proprietors. New Rail Route EAST, WEST OR SOUTH, VIA THE UNION PACIFIC and UTAH AND NORTHERN RAILROAD . Pullman Palace Cars, Steel Track, and Finest Equipment in all Respects. Montanians contemplating a trip to the East or the Pacific 'soast are reminded that stage travel has been reduced 120 nailes in 1$78, and that the gap is conw.tantly nl rowing through the rapid extension of the Utah and Northern Railroad. The summer of 1879 will see STAGE TIME REDUCED TO FORTY EIGHT HOURS FROM HELENA, VIRGINIA CITY, DEER LODGE, :BUTTE, And Other Prominent Points in Montana. Save Time, Money and Vexatious Delays By purchasing tickets via the splendidly equipped, the only direct and the only all-the-year route, the UNION PACIFII; and UTAH AND NORTH ERN RAILROADS. THON. L. KIMBALL, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent, U. P. R. B., Omaha, Nebraska. HEARING RBSTORED. Particulars free. Very & Harper. Madison, Ind. No. 14 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. COMMISSION AGENCY MISSOURI STATE GRANGE (Bonded in the sum of $100,000. Manufacturers of THE GRANGE WAG ON, Light Spring Wagons and Buggies, The lthest prices obtained for Wool,, Hides, Furs and Robes; Prompt attention given to the purchase of FAMILY AND FARM SUPPLIES, AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, ETC., ETC. Rend for printed instructions and reduced price list for 1879, -)y. "ALULTMAN-TA O R. The Standard Thresher of the Vibrator Class. TIHE .lWTD Lihtest RBnning, TIS nZ.D SIMPLEST FARM AND ENGINE MOST DURABLE AT PR5555T orns Power w c.lr IN USE, IN AMERICA. We furnish either the regular "ACLT. AW-TrAYLon" Farm-engidn or the "AVLTXax-TAr.oe Traction (self-propelling) Engine, as nmay be desirod. We recommend all our goods as being at present the standard of excellence for the world in Threshing Machinery. A full warranty placed on everything we sell. At a very small additional expense, we furnish our Allonas Clover-hulling Attachment, making every "Aultman. Taylor" Thresher the best clover-huller in use. Their work is the admiration of successful threshermenln wheat, oats, rye barley, timothy, flax, millet, orchard clover, rice and beans. i o, The Aultman & Taylor Compy, Mansld, O. ILLUv ATED Pamphlets, describing our goods sent to all who write to The Ault / man & Taylor Company, Mausneld, Ohio. N. B--Sir Joshua Reynaols, thepalter, once said he would paint FOLLY a. a boy climbing a high fence, having an open gate right at his side. Had the great artist lived to this day, he would S have painted folly as a thresherman buy. Ing any other class of threshing ns. chinery when he could got "AntLMax. TArwoa" goods. h abo goods, and Extras or Repairs for same, for sale by BISEL & McELROY, Bozeman, Mon tana. 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. of the same day. Return on Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday. Helena--avis & Wallace. Canyrn Ferry-L. Rotwitt. Diamond-L. Marks. Camp Baker Win. Gaddis. Sulphur Springs-Spencer Bros. MARKS & PATTERSON, 32 Propriesors. C. S. KELLY, D. D. S. DENTIST. Broadway, . , . - Helena. ArPCIALTY: Correcting irregularities of the Natu ral Ceth, restoring decayed parts with Porcelain and Gold; making Artificial Teeth with continuous Porcelain Gum. 41-ly d pages, cry Inaructj~ep. FR TO AiL appliuants. Lacidroas D P Ti rau N. Y. HAY MARKET AND FEED STABLS JOSEPH HORSKY, Proprietor. LOWER MAIN STREET, HELENA. Accommodations for ALL KINDS AND ANY NUMBER OF STOC Is prepared to COMPETE WITH ANY STABLE IN THE CITY. fHAS FAIRBANKS' HAY SALESI I have 620 acres of the best hay land In Prickly Peer Valley, six miles from town, from which I ge all my hay. Overland Hotel, HELENA, MONTANA. Wm. McLean, - Proprietor, First-Class Board, $i per Day. This IHotel is opposite the Principal Stage Ofgees, on Lower Main street. A Register is kept at this Rouse for those want ing employment.