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HELENA PRODUCE MIARKET.
IITLaNA, October 1, 1877. Flour. $4.00. O'ats, $email@example.com. Barley, $2.00. Wheat, ,2.25. Bran and Shorts. $1.50. Butter, ready sale at 35c. Eggo, (60c. Chickens, $6.00 per doz. Potatoes, new. $1.00 per cwt. Beef, net. $4.00. Fish, 20®@25c. per lb IIav. $10 per ton. New hay. $9 per ton. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. S'THE' Grange work throughout Ohio is full of life, activity and dletermined earnestness, and is now accomplishing more in three months than it did in six in any form.er year. Members of the Grange are awakening to their material interests more than formerly. They are more earnest in seeing that Grange work and principles are carried out proper ly. The discussions now heard in the Grange rooms of the State are of a character to im prove the knowledge as well as practice of its members. Many Granges, where they have formerly been able to do nothing but to confer degrees, now are discussing sub jects of great Interest to their members; subjects that pertain to their interests as 1farmers, etc.-Dhio Farmer. GAPITOL Grange, Topeka, Kansas, has a large library of standard works on agricul ture and the sciences pertaining to that in 4lustry, history, biography. fiction and nie cellaneous works, including a number of interesting and instructive books for young folks and children. Members are allowed to take out books for both themselves and children, so that Grange day is looked for ward to with a new Interest by all members of the family. A"bee" was held to classify, catalogue and label the books. This is a wor thy example to Oranges. These organiza tions can thrive only when they return to the participants some apparent equivalent for time and labor in the cause. A woMAN in the Grange Visitor says t Let us pledge ourselves anew to the good work and go bravely forward, deternnned to make the present year even more successful than the last. Let each feel an individual respon ast ility to act, whether ma'e or- female. We see our brothers firm, energetic and courage ons, battling with opposition, and with clear forethought and foresight, and molding the commercial elements to our financial bene fit, and shall we, as sisters, fold our arms and sit quietly down, feeling that there is nothing for us to do for the elevation and Inprovement of our class? No! By the love we bear the institution, let us labor to dignify the farmers' calling, beautify the farmners' home, and make our sons and daughters proud to be called farmers' child ren. T''HE intentions of those who advise Pat rons to adopt the system of Grange stores and agencies recommnended by the National (l range, are no doubt of the best, but their performance i.s defective unless they at the same time explain that tne stores and agen cies recommended by the National Grange are not desirable as a finality, but only as a beginning to something better. Such stores a:s the National Grange has recommended will do very well so long as a considerable number of Patrons are not able to take -tock. But what we really want is a system of stores and agencies combined, in which -very Patiron shall have somie capital invest ed., and in the management and protits of which lie shall directly participate. The stores and agencies reconmmlended by the National Grange form no such system, but with souee slight chatges they will grow in to such aI system. If the co-operative stores now in operation were to pay a quarterly dividend of profits to their Patron custom ers to leave their dividends in the business. :and placing to the crtdit of eaicl Patron cus 1 Outer onle share of stock to every five dol al's, or sole such suns, of accumulated luid undralrwu dividends ; and if the State Grange a:gents were more f'requently employed to mtake whulerale purchases fir the co-opera tive stores, the Order would be In at fidr way t,it alt i in a few years a truly co-operative systemni of biusness. That such at system, and not the stores and agencies recommenld ed by the National Grange, Is the thl l:g to be sought by Patrops, shluld not be forgot ten.-Cincinnati Grange Bullettn. GRANGE DIRECTORY. Motuntain Valley Grange. No. 23. E. Not Bozeman (r. , No. 2. VW. B. Meadlow, tinghaim. M1stetr. P. B. Mill, S.ecretary. Master. I(lark I. Switzer, Secretary. Bouiler Gr No.25. Go. J. Bozeuai P'. &. . 'leasant Vley range. No. 2:5. Gc ast GeiL: iiG (;aioge. `No. .3. John Math- Wicklhan, Master. Miles T'uttle, Secretary. eew Matest. C. L. Weaver, Secretary. F ishll creerk I,. .. nt 1ro mlise Grane. No.2d. J. Wyrock, Farrniigt,'i (;ra:te. No. 5. V. A. Cock- Master. M. 11. Lott, Secretary. 1will erill, Moast4r. . )M. awes, Secretary. Cen- Bridges P. O. - tral L'ark P. (). .. Elk (;rove (;ran; re, No. 6. J. B. Stuart, T. E. COLLINS, Master. .J. PI1cl. Secretary. Bozeman P. O. ATT OINETIY AT LAW . Prickly 'enr Gr:uge. No 7. W. L. Mill igan. Master. Gec. Breck, Secretary. ell- special attention given to Colleetioni in all parts. 01 eaia P. O. the Territory. Conveyancitng promptly\" uteluedtb. Fair View Grangie. No. 12. T. H. Reed, Office at county Clerk's Offiee, Master. E. O. lail-back, Secretary. Boze- DIAMOND CITY, - - - tNu ANA' a11 P. O. Nov. 25. 1875-tf. Sheridan Grange, No. 14. J. T. Lewis,- O ý Master. T'. T'. Taylor, Secretary. Sher- LAC LEDE H OTEL. idan P. O. Corvalli aGrange, No. 17. Oliver Tolher. BOZEMAN, MONTANA. Master. W. B. lTarlan. Secretary. Corvallis Fort Owen Grange. No. 18. S. P. Mar- A. J. & T. J. NALIN, Proprietors. tin, Master. C. B. Sanders, Secretary. Stevensville 1. O. lelgantlv furnished, and First-Class in every Madison Granll e. No. 22. A. N. Bull, respect. Rooms :md board by the day or week at Master. A. W. Switzer, Secretary. Virgina Reasonable Rates. 46-tf city P. O ........... ... GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. In order to Introduce our 4o-page illustrated Catalogue (in book form) ofJew and Watches, with full information bow to Become AgentsT and Mak ob._ey, we will send, on receipt of One Dollar, by return mail, ths illustrated Catalogue, to gether wth OUR ONE DOLLAR COLDEnl CASKET. Obur noUtEa. OABESX Coatsls oe elegsattly enave etk e a Aimphy A s tkild with Perl; one hutifl Ct Cs4_eo1t on e asr o1 ru o l.e ) three (3) gred spiral A.auth Std, trl i Prl; we SLOlbolb 3Uatt!aE ome latest patta r Lady's or Genait's Pempsd.eU Nek Chall el e - V --aed cDASKet= lustrated Calo s e of a Jewlryrd sa rk a* M a ts pair (s ,)lss.t em , 0 meetet.. Ali th -bove are the ]m ,,ieet leht , ,,'. , -etl. On rcedOw e Dolla we will send one of a v , u by smell, ptid,, dNW- a &OO Z OO.,t Impoters os.(j.ewest Wat chd 1 '-oa t G. A. KELLOGG, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR HIEIENA, M. T. send ot oar o New Catalog.e. It cun tahevaluablelufor matloa for evry or agriceltural nea. Pre to say £d res. rONTGOlJ'RY W'ARD i CO., Original Graamupply HoNl r, W & 21 WIfesa Are., NIEA, I1L VICK'S ILLUSTRA.TED PRICE CATALOGUE. Fifty age--300 illustrations, with descriptions ot tuu)usanit of the best flowers and regetables in the worli, and the way to grow them-all for a two centt postage staump. Prhited in German and Eng lish. V irk's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents a year. Vick's Flower and Vegetalde Garden, 50 cen tla papers in elegant cloth covers, $1.00. Address, JAMES VICK, Roeltter. N. Y. SHEEP DIP. Tobacco Serape, for Sheep Dip, furnished without delay. Packages or Hogsheads of 500 lbs. ork upwards, at 2c. to 2 l-2e. per lb. WM. M. PRICE & CO. 14 South Commercial street, St. Louis, Mo. Diamond City LIVERY AND FEED STIBLES, Located at the lower end of Main Street. JUST OPENED AND FURNISHED IN GOOD SHAPE. E~pes in! attention given to Stock in charge. My notto. is, '' Feed and curry well, and no charge ex cept for what is given." tock kep at t Helena prices. For a horse stand ing to hay ovor night, 50 Cents, and ther charges in proportloi. Livery Horses at reasonable rates. 39-1m E. McGUIRE. WALTER W. DeLACY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR IELW;NA, M. T. :l» WPAP'E Ir Ol(N tWl WI i W hm A giug.ga Oorambgs .wbe a4..a CANADL4N POULTRY JOURNAL, A Handsmely Illustrated Monthly, Devoted exclusively to Poultry! It will be found a good, practical journal, esbential to the Farmer, Fancier, Breeder and Amateur. having rruently purchased the Fanciers' Herald, it now has the largest circulation of any paper of its class and poultry-breeders will find it a valuable advertising medium; Terms: $1 per annum. Address: ( anadian Poultry Journal Publishing Company, Brantlord. Ontario, Canada. B F. MARSH, U. S. DEPUTYI INERAL SURVEYOR, IELRNA. - - - MONTANA. SIGN OF TIlE BIG 'BOOT. NICK M.ILLEN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes, eather and Findings, HELENA, MONTANA. My stock for the wholesale and retail trade is VERY LARGE AND COM'PLETE And consists of the best and largest assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Children'sFrench Kip, Pebble Goat, Morocco, Cloth and Calfskin Shoes. Men's Custom.made French and Kip Boots Kept constantly on hand, Also, GTM BOOTs. .yI stoc0k being purchased exclusively for cash, enables me to oe r extra inhducements in the way of low prices. Feb. 1477-l-11-tf. A. J.DAVIbSDO Manufacturer of and dealer in SADDLERY AND HARNE88 BRIDLES, WHIPS IALTErS CCIA1, And everything pertaining to the trade. GENU [NE CONCORD I)IARBi Always in stock. Repairing Done at Shnrt Not,, And Prices lower than ever before chargM in the Territory. -I HIDES, WOOL, PELTRIES and FUSg Bought, for which the highest market ork will be paid. NO. 2 HOLTER'S BLOCK, UELERA ]N, (Next door to Wells, Fargo & Co.) July 13, 1875-34-3m. 1868. ESTABLISHIED 18~, COSMOPOLITAN IOT A, SAMUIL SCnWAB. EDWAnD I. Zlumasnwi; Nos. 3S and 89 MaIn Street, IIELENA, - - MONTANA. This House is centrally located, and the only rint. class brick and stone Hotel in the city, CHARGER REAIONABLE. THE OLI) AND RELIABLE Livery & Feed Stable THOROUGHLY REPAIRED. REF'R RISHED AND REFITTED. The undersigned takes pleasure in announcing k to the public, whom he has serred faithfully -A with entire satisfactlon for the past ten years, ritm he has again opened busene.a. Horses Fresh and Fat. Bgg les and Iar, mess in Good Repair. Barn well-supplied A-ith Hay and Grain. Ewery occoimmodation that the public may debire. Call at the old stanid, Main atret,, I)iaamond 'liy, and satisfy yourself. J. LA.EL. 39-tif -._.. GILMER, SALISBURY & CO., Carriers ef UNITED STATES' 1WMAIL, AND OF Wells, Fargo A Co's EpreUs, Run a Line of DAILY PWnseuger Coacht It FRANKIN TERMINUS. Virginia City, Deri Leld, AND TRI.WEE3LT TO Missoula and Fort Beaton. For Passenger and Freight Rates apply "to $ d *hap 1'Amnav's A.Ct1efr-- IRSIT NATIONAL BANK OF HELiA Designated Depository of the Inited Its. pres(idt S. T. HAUSER, - - ic rewidenr' D. C. CORBIN, - . Cabir. E. W. KNIGHT, - A y-( T. H. KLE SCNHMII)T, - We transact a general LE.king busifness ad I)a! A the highest rateO, GOLD DUST. COi0, GOLD AND SILVER BULLIONI And Iocal Securitics; and bell Exchange and Telegraphic Tru.R' Eletlnlg m4 ' . l ttd t'" Available in all parts of the United :tiV ads, lrent Britain, Ireclu.d itcd - 1°" Collections made And pr(,cCds .c.l.. . . .Hlelena, .Januarv ,. o, t(1-