HELENKA PRODUCE XkARSKET.
BaLtrA, Aprtl 22, 1878.
The markets the past week have been
steady. The following are the wholesale
prices being realized at present :
Wheat, ,[email protected]$2.50.
Oats, [email protected]
Barley-bre wers'[email protected]
Bran and Shorts. [email protected]$1.75.
Pea--s.eetl-none in market.
Potatoes, $1.50 per ton.
Chickens. $10.()i;12.00 per doz.
Turkeys. $3.00(.$3.5)O each.
Fish-16(n 20k. per lb.
Hay- $10.00 per ton.
Wood. $5.00 per cord.
PATROiS OF RISBANDRY.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL
We copy the following which may prove
of interest to the members of the order.
from the Journal of Proceedings of the
seventh annual session of the National
The Special Committee to whom was re
ferred the resolution of inquiry as to what,
if any, additional legislation is needed to
enable Fourth Degree members to receive
the higher degrees, have had the same un
der consideration, and instruct me to re
port the accompanying paper and recom
mend its adoption :
1. The Fifth Degree may be conferred
either in the District, State. or National
Grange. Applications for the degree should
be made in writing. Indorsed by the Mas
ter or Secretary of the Subordinate Grange,
showing that the applicant is a Fourth De
gree member in good standing. When the
application is rmnade in a District or State
G(range, It must show that the applicant is
a member in good standing of the district or
SMate withlin which the application is made.
2. The SiRth Degree may be conferred in
the National Grange. Applitations there
fortmust be made in writing, with the rec
ommendation of the Master of the State
Grangc to which the applicant belongs, and
must. show that the applicant has received
the Fifth Degree.
3. The application shall be voted on by
ballot, and a majority shall elect.
On motion, the report was concurred in.
The Committee on Constitution and By
laws, to whom was recommitted the report
on the resolution introduced by Bro. Ellis,
of Ohio. Instructing the Committee on Con
sititntio and By-laws to Inquire into and
report on the status of State Granges in
which the number of Subordinate Granges
ihas been reduced below fifteen, have recon
sldered the subject and Instructed me to re
port the accompanying resolution and rec
ommend its adoption
Resolved, That whenever it shall appear
from t h reports in the office of the Secre
tary of the National Grange, or It shall oth
erwise be brought to the knowledge of the
National Grange, that the number of pay
tng Subordinate Granges in any State
Grange has been reduced below fifteen,
such State Grande shall not be entitled to
zrpresentation in the National Grnge.
On motion, the report was concurred in.
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NOTICE TO MINERS.
United States Land Office,
Helena, Montana. April 8, 1878.
Cornelius 3fannix, whose post office address is
Canton, 3Meagher county, Montana Territory, has
this day filed his application to enter as agricultural
land, tinder the homestead laws, the N half of the
S E quarter of section 34, in township No. 8 north,
range No 2 east, which land is suspended from
Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be hail
at this oilice on the 18th day of May, A D. 1878,
at 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 be
fore the Register and Receiver on the 18th day of
May, A. I). 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m. It is alleged
there are no known miners, nor mining improve
ments, upon said land. J. Ii. MOE, Register.
T. E. ~OLLI S.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
pecial attention given to Collections in all parts of
he 'territ, y. Conveyancing promptly attended to.
Office at County Clerk's Office,
DIAMOND CITY. - - - MONTANA'
B F. MARSLH,
U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR,
HELENA. - - MONTANA.
Mrs. M. A. Eckert,
MAIN STREET, - - - HELENA, MONTANA.
Pictures taken in every style of the art, and guar
anteed to give satisfaction.
1868. ESTABLISHED 1868.
SAMUEL SCHwAB. EDWARD I. ZIxxZRMAN.
Nos. 37 and 89 Main Street,
HELENA, - - MONTANA.
This House in centrally located, and the only First
class brick and stone Hotel in the city.
C. S. KELLY, D. D. S.
Broadway, - - Helena.
SPECIALTY: Correcting irreguilaritiei of the Naitu
ral Teeth, restoring decayed parts with Porcelain
and Gold; making Artificial Teeth with continuous
Porrelain Gum. 41-l)'
APPLICArTION FOR PATENT.
U. S. LAND OFrICE,
Helena, Montana, Maich 25, 1878.
Notice is hereby published that James McCabe,
;urvey Menns and Stephen( II. Senter, whose post
.tlice address is Dianmondl City, Meagher county,
dlontana Territory, have this day tilod appllicationl
:,r patent, under the Mining laws of Congress, to
heir placer mine, situated in W hte's gulch (unor
.an:zed) mining dlstrict, Meagher county, Montana
Ierritoty, designated as Lot No. 51, in township
\o. 10 north, range 2 east trom principal meridian,
which claim is not recorded, and described in the
,flicial plat and field notes on file in this office as
Beginnmg at a slate stone 24x12x8 inches, the es
tablished southwesterly corner No, 2 of Lot 41 in
-aidi township, and running thence S 32 deg W 4.40
.-hains; thence S 51 deg 30 min iW 21 chains; thence
38 (leg W 7.50 chninis; thence N 46 deg 15 min W
2.80 chains; thence S 30 deg W 4 20 chains; thence
19 deg E 2.36 chains; thence S 37 deg30 mnin WV 10
chains; thence S 51 (leg W 8.0in chains: thence N 80
deg W 6 chains; thence S 64 deg 45 min W 8.09
chains; thence S 32 deg 30 min E 7 chains; thence S
7 deg W 12.50 chains; thence W 17.37 chains:
thence N deg W 4.04' chains; thence S 86 deg 45
min W 15 chains; thence S 78 deg 15 min W 59.75
chains: thence S 51 <de' 30 min W 29 chains; thence
S 67 deg 45 min WV 31 c(ains; thence 8 85 deg 30 min
W 12 chains; thence N 75 dleg 30 minl W 18 chains;
thence S 48 deg W 14. 80 chains, to the southwesterly
corner No 22, from which the quarter section cor
lier on the township line between sections 19 and 24
township 10 north, ranges I and 2 east, bears 3 85
dlg 21 ain W 44.60 chalns distant; thence S 60 deg
30 min E 3.30 chains; thence N 43 deg 45 min E 12.52
chains: thence S 73 deg 37 minE E 17.61 chains;
thence N 79 deg 18 main E 12.17 chains; thence N 73
deg 37 min E 33.81 chanis: thence N 51 deg 19 min
E 30.66 chains; thence N 77 deg 18 minE J 55.91
chains; thence S 82deg 15 min E 45.56 chains;
thence N 40 deg 45 mrin E 48.28 chains; thence N 61
deg E 24.88 chains; thence N 36 deg 30 min W 9.50
chains, to the place of beginning, embracing one
hundred and thirteen and ninety hundredths
(113 t50-100) acres, upon which a notice of said appli
cation, together with a plat of the premises claim
ed, were polsted, according to law, on the 18th (lay
of March, 1878. The adjoining claimants to these
premises are C. L Iarrington et al., placer claim
designated as lot No. 41, on the northeast.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
rlescribed placer mine, or any portion thereof, are
hereby notilled that unless their-adverse claims are
luly filed with the Register of the United States
La.d Office, at Helena, Montana Territory, within
he sixty (lays period of publication hereof, they
will be forever barred by virtue of the provisions
of the mining laws of Congress.
J. H. MOE, Register.
B. F. MARS?, U. S. Dep. Mmin. Survevor. 20
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Viek's Catalogue-3-00 Illustrations, only 2
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DOWN WITH HIGH PRICESI
CHICAGO SCALE CO.
68 and 70 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Ila.
Have Reduced the Prices of all kinds of
4-Ton Hay, Stock or Cotton Scale, $o0.
Former Price, 8160.
All other sizes at a great reduction. Evxnr
SCALE ?UL;LY WABRANTnD. All orders promptly
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GOLD DUST, COI,
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And Local Securities; and sell
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adas, Great Britain, Ireland and the
Collections made and proceeds re,.itt
-ILMER, SALISBURY & CO
Wells, Fargo & Co's Expre
Run a Line of DAILY Passenger Coac
AND TrI-WEEKLY TOeer
Missoula and Fort Benton.
For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to
e (('rnmlnav' Arents.
HELENA AND DIAMOND £
UNITED STATES MAIL.
P. B. CLARK, - - Propri
Coaches leave Helona Monday, Wednesd.
Friday, at 7 o'clock a. m.
Leave Diamond City Tuesday, Thurs,
Saturday, at 7 o'clock, a. m.
HELENA AND BOZEMM,
Coaches leave Helena every morning,
excepted,) at4 o'elock, a. m.
Leave Bozeman every morning, (Sundayse
ed,) at4 o'clock, a. m.
IIELENA-Davis & Walluce's, Main Street.
BozEMAI--Willson & Uich's, cor. Main and
BOZEMAN AND VIRGINh
Leaves Virginia City every Monday, W
and Friday, at 4 o'clock, ,. m.
Leaves Bozeman Tuesday, Thursday and
day, at4 o'clock, a. m.
OPFFICA-In Virginia. a- Raymond Rmo.
Or Sore Thr
A continuance for any length of timecause
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Lung disease. Brown's Bronchial T
have proved their efficacy, by a test of many
and will almost invariably give immediate
Obtain only lrown's Bronchial T
and do not take any of the worthless imitatioi
may be oflered.
o d.fcr evmry soldier disabled In s i.
rice by woeaad, acldental inincrkslt
ruure, l of sight or hearlng, or ium
, heiu rt, eyes, or rbeamatlsm,vriceto
fle, f.tig back of measles, or Chrosea
km. Dres thtue es of nnlger,or.e6,
ether tinury, disease or acclddtenttits.
so ipem. Penmloes and bontols
where dischbarges are lost. Nwdisnc
am lftlast. iPLL BOUNTIZBSPAID-TO
raedetalnjary,annde.r newi aws.
INCRBASED. Nearly every pesionnerli
lentild to as t.acrase. Under the eld.s
ionerrs ould not draw more titan etght dol
n.oth, no mater bow much d!sabled. I.
they ca. draw frum $2 toen amonth.m
ie to ... a monta is nowr paitd for lu al a alnger or
ender the old law it was only $2 0s. Thousands sirepo
to pion, ..nas ..cr.eaa boaty.and don,,knowtiL .AT
and TRADI MARKS secured and LAND CASZQ e.,oJtji
ES chared in any case usaess succeesful. "TH QT
BL.e, "an p,:e monthly papr,for esldOers. 5et.I,
sample fro. Sok ofcompete U. S. renlon LiwVlSt I
abook of U.S. Land Laws. ts cts .-pstge fre e.
Attnr ey, residing in WASHINGTON. who can give M
Uon to yaur buinss befonrethe Depsrten. tAddr
irp) oL K W. FITZGiamALD, U . claim Ati'tee,
Loen Boxa 1al. WAelW4GTQ$.
PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET.
KROFT & FLEMING
Keep contiAntly on hand the best qulltyl'
3EEF, PORK, MUTTON AND SAUS8
Nearly opposite the Husbandasn .dO'
MAIN STREET, DIAMOND CITY, Y, '
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