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HELENA PRODUCE MARKET.
HTELENA, November 26, 1877. Flour, choice, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Standard Mills $4.75. Oats, light, $2.30; heavy, $2.50. Barley, $email@example.com. Wheat, ;,2.15«2.50. Bran and Shorts. $1.75. Butter, ready sale at 50c. E.4's, 75c. (,hikeks, $6.00 per doz. Potatoes, $30.00 per ton. Onions, $3.00 per cwt. Beef, net, $4.00. Fish, 20(25c. per lb Hay. $10 per toil. Wood. $7.00 per cord. Turkeys, $1.00 tot) each. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. IT what the grange has already done for Its members may be taken as an earnest of what it will do for them in the future, the benefits.it will confer on them are incalcula ble, but it is devoutly to be hoped that they will use ;heir imnmense power wisely and Justly. If they do this, the order which has united thema will rapidly hasten the develop wtent of agriculture throughout the entire Union, while it will add to the sum of the iiational prosperity.-English Farmer. Tur Secretary of the National Grange has sent a circular letter to the members in which lie sugrgests '* that at the coming ses *alon of'the National Gernge each member prepare and read an original paper, upon .any subject that will he of value to the or der at large--none to occutpy more thian for ty minutes. A collection of such matter, published in our proceedings, will prove a great benetit to members of subordinate granges. it we wish to make the orderaper ananentinstitution, and add to its member CArITAL Grange, Topeka Kansas, has a Targe library of standard works on agricul turo and the sciences pertaining to that in dustry, history, biography, fiction and mis cellaneous works. including a number of in terest iing and instruptive 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 help to classify, c.atalogue and label the books. This is a worthy example to granges. These organ Izations can thrive onily when they return to the participants sonme apparent equiva lent for time and labor in the cause. THE 0range work throughout Ohio is full 'r life, activity, and determined earnestness, ands now accomplishing more in three months than it did in six, iit any former. Members of the Grange are awakening to their material interests more than formerly. T'hey are more earnest in seeing that grange work and principles are carried out proper ty. The discussion 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 Grangers, where they hive formerly been able to do nothing but tvoxnfer degrees, now are discussing sub jects of great interest to their members; subjects that pertain to their interests as tkrmers, ete.-Ohio Farmer. A correspondent of the Covington, Ky., ConmonwealA, says; The order is going down, but the downward movement is like that of the oak which, as it grows older, its roots deeper and more firmly into the earth, the better to withstand the storms which may beat upon it. We think we are perfectly correct in saying that at no period to the history of the order were its real friends more full of home concerning the re alization of the real object of its organiza tion, viz : The elevation of the social, intel lectaill and business condition of the pro ducers of the land. Enough has been ac complished to demonstrate what may be dlone, and in our opinion the weak-hearted farumers, and the opposers of the fraternity will be convinced, ere long. that their pre dictions of a speedy disolutmon of the order, ere hused upon sandy foundations. Let the true Patron be not discourmged by the ap parent falling off in numbers. The vine yields its richest fruit only when carefully pruned. So will it be with our institution, when freed from the dead weight as repre seuted by the seltish, narrow-minded and doubting members, produce rich harvests GRANGE DIRECTORY. Bozeman Grange, No. 2. W. B. Meadow, Master. Clark H1. Switzer, Secretary. Bozeman P. 0. East Gallatin Grange. No. 3. John Math eew Master. C. L. Weaver, Secretary. Bozeman P. O. Farmnitigton Grange. No. 5. V. A. Cock erill, Master. B. M. Dawes, Secretary. Cen tral Park P. O. Elk Grove Grange, No. 6. J. B. Stuart, Master. J. Plum. Secretary. Bozeman P. O. Prickly Pear Grange, No 7. W. L. Mill igan. Master. Geo. Breck, Secretary. 11el ena P. O. Fair View Grange. No. 12. T. IL. Reed, Master. E. 0. Railsback, Secretary.. Boze mjan 1'. O. Sheridan Grange. No. 14. J. T. Lewis. Master. T. T. Taylor, Secretary. Slier ilan P. O. Corvalli'i Grange, No. 17. Oliver Tolber. Master. W. B. Marian. Secretary. Corvallis Fort Owen Grange. No. 18. S. P. Mar-. tin, Master. C. B. Sanders, Seeretary. Stevensville P. O. Madison Grange. No. 22. A. N. Bull. Master. A. W. Switzer, Secretary. Virgina city P. O. GOLDEN OPPORTUNIT. In order to introduce our 4o-page illustrated Catalogue (in book form) of Jewelry and Watches, with full information how to Become Agents, and Make Money, 'we will send, on receipt of One Dollar, by return mail, this Illustrated Catalogue, to gether with OUR ONE DOLLAR COLDEN CASKET. 'IW 4- - OT7 DOLLAR CASKET Contains ono elegantly engraved Lady's Brooch and Ear Drops, Amethyst settings, inlaid-with Pearls; one beautiful Cut Cameo Ring; one fine pair of Magraved Sleeve Buttons; three (3) grand spiral Amethyst Sltuds, inlaid with Pearls; one uobby Collar Button; one latest pattern Lady's or Gent's Pompadour Neck Cbain; one ele gant Cameo Seal; one beautiful chased Band Ring; one solitaire Lake George Diamond kIn* one pair (2) elegant engraved Bracelets. All the above are the Finest Gold Plate, and arranged in a beautiful white, mank-lined casket. Illustrated Catalogue of Jewelry and Watches sent with each casket. On receipt oT One Dollar we will send one of these Dollar Caskets, by mail, jjostscaid, or Four Caakets on receipt of 63.50. Address GEO. G. JACOsI & CO., Importers of Jewelry and Watches, UI'7 Wl.aconsut Street, Milcwaukee. Wis. G. A. KELLOGG, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR HELENA, M. T. send for our New Catalogue. It con tains valuableinfor ination for every person contem plating the pur chase of any article for personal, family or agricultural use. Free to any Address. MONTGOMERY (WARD & CO., Original Grange Supply house, r24 e29 Waba.ash A, CHICAGO, JuL WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS I The Most Attractive Pleasure Re sort in Montana. A HEALING ASYLUM FOR THE AFFLICTED. Old Chronic Diseases treated with medical skill, ant permanent cures effected. Board, an( fees for medical attendance, reason able. Terms, (-ash. WI. PARBERRT, M. D., 44-tf Proprietor. DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES! CHICAGO SCALE CO. 68 and 70 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Ills. Have Reduced the Prices of all kinds of SCALES! 4-Ton lay, Stock or Cotton Scale, $60. Former Price, $160. All other sizes at a great reduction. EEVERY $CALE FULLY WARRANTED. All orders promptly tilled. Circulars, Price List and Testimonials sent upon application. 49 BUY THE CHEAPEST AND BEST. Mountain Valley Grange, No. 23. E. Not tiiglinn. Mastcr. P. B. Mills, Secretary. Boulder P. 0. Pleasant Valley Grange, No. 25. Geo. J. Wicklainl, Master. Miles Tuttle, Secretary. Fish' creek P. 0. Comrnloise Grange, No. 20. J. Wyrock, Master. M. H1. Lott, Secretary. Twin Bridges P. 0. 1868. 1:STABLISIIED 1808. COS1YMOPOLITAN IIOTEL, SAMUEL Sc1WAB. EDWAIU) 1. ZiMMcR&!AN Nos. 37 and 39 Main Street, HELENA, - - MONTANA. This flouse is centrally locatfnl, awd the onl Fihst claws brick and stone hotel in the city. CH1AROES RIEASONABLE. WALTER W. DcLACY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR HELENA, M. 1. THIS PAPER IS ON FILE WITH Where AdvertisIng Contracts can be made. CHURCH'S MUSICAL VISITOR For the New Year Will spare no effort to maintain the position it now occupies as the LEADING MUSICAL JOURNAL. PrerIniants. Every subscriber is titled to one of the following elegant and really valu le Premiums. It will be ob served that theoe Vist a Specialties are arranged to suit all tastes, from popular songs to classiccom positions by the great masters of music # )*UNHER TAND, ther, that $1.50 pays for the Vwisroa one year, and one of the following premiums, which will be sent, postpaid, on receipt of the subscription price. No. 1. SONG PRE3IUM. (Beautiful songs with piano accompaniment.) No. 2. PIANO PI iEMUM. (Popular in struenntal pieces for piano.) No. 3. CLASSIC PREMIUM. (Music of the masters, for advanced players.) No.4. CENTENNIAL PREMIUM. (A large selection of ensy music of the olden time.) No. 6. TIlE VISITOR AUTO-MUSIC ALBUM. (Ar elegant novelty for all musical people.) Full particulars rnd list of contents of the prem ium volumes will be sent to any address on receipt of stamp. ANY TIME IS A GOOD TIME TO SUBSCRIBE. THIE BEST 'LIME Is Now ! Address JOHIN CHURCH & CO. Ciuacinnatt. 0. SHEEP DIP. Tobacco Scraps, for S;.eep Dip, furniabed without delay. Packages or Hogsheads of 500 lbs. or upwards, at 2c. to 2 1-2c. per lb. WM. M. PRICE & CO. 14 South Commercial street, St. Louis, Mo. A. J. DAY II)SO M anufactur er of and dealer SA SADDLERY ANDHA~ BIZIDLES, WHIPS RALTIt8 COLA And everything pertaining to thetrhlle GENUINE CONCoRtDIA,,, Always in stock. Repairing Done at Shiort xop And Prices lower than ever before ch inl the lerritory. arga HIDES, WOOL, PELTRIES and Ft Bought, for which the highest market1 w ill be paid. NO.2 H OLTERVS BLOC, I HELIEXA 4 (Next door to Wells, Fargo & Co.) July 13. 1875-34-3m. GOLD -cal chance to f lftk "tnp V( gilt t get gold- you Galt get grseenbal1 We need a person in every town to take sabs4 tions tir the largest, cheapest and best thgu, a family publienti)in in the world. Any onecii b come a5 Muiei e i'ul agent. The most eleganllty of art gived free to subscribers. The price itslo it zalliot eotveryodv subirithes. O) a solow ports nmtkiig over $150 in a week. Ala t reports taking over 400 namiies in ten days. Ally engsge mike loniey fast. You candevoteall ygu time to the bhiii neisa, or only your spare time. yid need not he away from [oime over night. ]ina do it as well as others. Full particulars, direciha and teinrs free. Elegant and expensive atti fru, If you want profitable work reni us your address once. It costs nothing to try the business. Noo who enguges anils to make great pay. Add "The Pieople's .Journnlt Portland. faine. (+ILMER, SALISBURY & Co., Carriers of UNITED STATES'MAIL AND OF Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, Bun a Line of DILY Passenger Coaches le FRANKiIN TERMINUS, Virginia City, Deer Le .AND TlRI-WEERLY TO Miesoula and Fort Benton. For Passenger and Freight Rates apply torn the onminnv's Arents. FIST NATIONAL BANK OF IlELEi3A Designated Depository of the United Stst!. S. T. iIAUSER, - - - Prtsi ll. C. CURItIN, - - . icel'resid E. W. KNIGHT, T. 11. KLEINSCIIMIDT, - - Ass't. Wh We transact a general Ranking business nd Duq the highest rates, GOLD DUST, COIN, GOLD AND.SILVER BULLti And Local Securities; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic TraetI Available in all parts of the United StsteF ad adas, Great Britain, Ireland and the Con Collections made and proceeds remitted prui9 H~elena, January 2+1. It1 -tt ý... FTED J. KIESEL & CO. Forwarders for MONTANA A1ND IDA CORIJNNE, - - - . TAI highest Price paid for WOOL, HIDES AND TALLO Mark goods CARE F. J. K & CO iU May 4, 1S76-24-6m. yICK'S ILLUSTRATED PRICE CATALOGU Fifty pages-it00 illustratot1O wit vecgt of thoum~aud5 of the 1et 11Wrr ani 5ufsr the world, and the wayr to qVout 1 G' ' .a cent postage stamp. rrinted in G Vick's Floral Guide. Qu ly, 2. Vikaneorr;d eg tti. Address. J'~s