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Iao M.LA. Mar7 q, X878. .-Wneat, 3to.. Oats, $2.75 3.00. Bfarley-brewers'-$2.25®@..75. Barley-f-eed-$2.00. Bran and Shorts, $1.50@$1.65. Peas-chopped--$2.30. Peas-seed-$4.00. Butter-50. ,Iggs-40. Conlopped teed-$3.00. Potatoes, $1.75 per ton. Pork--gross-$8.00. Pork-net-$10.00. 'Chickens. $10.00@$12.00 per dqz. Turkeys, $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish-16(20c. per lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. Wood. $5.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. NOTICE TO PATRONS. The Territorial Grange of Montana will ;tonvene in annual session on the.first Wed, .aesday (5ht) in June text, at the hall of the Prickly Pear. GraIge, 4ewJs and , 1larke .ounty. A gep.eal atendanceis epected, and it is hope(l that delegates.wvll come thoroughly instructed as to the,wants #nd best interests of the Order. A good attend • nue ir so4lcated. P. B. tI.L.s, See'y. 'THE-Rural'New Yoker has the fgllowinj t.o say ot the grange, aiui farrpers -:i publicr ilfe: ' "Thegrange grnge has done an excellent work -fn bringing together the people of rural neighborhoods. The social features of the order are without doubt those of greatist -importance. It ha.s. doubtless, added dignity to the farmers' calling; but it has done. this chietly by arousing his social nature, stimu labting his intellect, and thus making the far mer more deserving of public approbation. It is idle to say the people ought to seek fr,9l ithe farp their representatives inl high efficial station. When farmers prepare ,themselves for public duties, the fact is not likely to be lon', overlooked. They ciii on l-y do this by performing all the ullties of -their present position-not only on the farnm, but in society, in tlhe churchl and in tIhe po litical assembly. Thus they will he men among men, and if they are qualified for •public station, the *act will not, long be over looked. That high otices..are so poorly rilled is chiefly becau~ise so few really fitri men present.( themselves. It dioes not. disprove ,this, that analy able e.( ,kep) in the *back ground; that is just h~pr,t sctch men should not do. Ti'i. Territorial Gratige cotiVenles at tl(. Prickly Pear Grlnlge hall to-day. .Shoull: .there be a 1tll attentdanice the meeting will ,be lan interesting onie. A full set of officers will be elected and uitucli important bu-,i -iess transacted. The Order in the Slates .having been freed fromn a horde who sought to make money out of it-i:t other words to use it tor their persolnal aggrandiseutient-i prospering, uand we can see nlo reason hy it ltmay rot. prosper in Montana. Our ftru erIs are also begrinning to undersitand its purposes and see wherein the beneilts are to arise. O'TICIE TO MINERS. United States Land Office, IIelenat, Montana, June 1, 1878. Willard C. .iurce, whose post oslice tladdreus is Csanton, Me tifer county, Montana ' erritory, has this d;at tiled hii. application to enter Is agrictul tual land, under the houm)estead laws, the S'El quarter bf the NW quatlarter, aht' the N E quartter Of the W IW quarter of section 34, in townshitp No. 8 north, range No 3 east, :which land is -etspet1)ed reon ou trv . . Notice is hereby given that a hearing wll be had at this otiice on the Gill day ti" July, A '1.). 1878, at 10 o'clock a. in.. to determine in to the miuer,:l or non-minertal character of" said land, 'and teti monl3 to be used upon said hearing will be taken be .ore the Reigister and Receiver oni the 6th day of July, A. 1). 1878, at 10 o'clock a. in. It is alleged there are no known miners, nor mining improve plents, upon said land. J. II. MOE, Register. ~OTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Oile, Ielena, Montatna, Juno 1, 1878. James Ifun)mel, whose post office address is Centerville, Mc:ta.her county, AM. T., has this day Ailed his application to'eitter ts agricultural land, under the hionmestead laws, the S V quarter of the N E quarter, the S E quarter of the N Wquarter, the N W quarter of the S E quarter, and 'te N E uarter of the S W quarter of section 2, in township No. G north, range No. 9 east, which land is sus pendeds from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this otice on the 6th day of July, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a. mi., to determine as to the min "ryal or non-mineral character of said land, and teotinmuy to be used upon said hearing will be taken before the Register and heceiver on the 6th day of July, AI D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m. It is al ;.soseI there are no known miners, nor mining im iroverjmets upou asid land. J. II. MOE', Register. IMPROV . 4GRICULTURAL IMPLE .XENTS, including OO's ARYESEs, W ill.,Or witollt Self-Biader , WOODB' ,SELF-RAKE REAPERS, Wood's Improved Chain Self-Rake Reapers, 'Wood's Iron-Frame Mowers, HOLLI ',SWORTH'S, GALE'S, AND SUIJERI(Q4 HAY RAKES. REINDEER SELF-DUMPING TA&Y .RAKE. Improved Studebaker Wagons, With teel-Plated Axle3. .All sizes, from heavy Freight to light spring Wagons. Warranted. IHAPGOOD -PLOWS, 12 ands 4 inch Gang Pllos. 12 and 16 inch Sulky Plows. 12, 14 and 16 inch Breaking Plows. Stirring !lows, all sizes, from 8 to 14 inches. DOMIESpIIC SEWING MACI-IIN... FAIRBANKýS SCALES. FARM MUMPS, FI0QM TEN TO ONE HUNDRED FEET IN PDEPTII. Grain, Flqur, and Ore Sacks. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST IMPROVED HAND R&.KES,;FORKS HANDLES. ETC. Tobacco for .paking Sheep Dip, either in sacks or bulk. Repairs for ail kinds of Machinery sold by us. Everything usually kept by a First-Class Agrical ral Warehouse. Agents for the Benton Franspo*tation Com'y. First"Class Steamers. Thrqtugh Tickets and through Bills of Lading to all points East, at the Lowest possible figures. T. C. POWE~ R V & CO., 93 Main St., Helena, N. T. STALLIONS AT Willowburn Ranch! SEASON OF 1878. LOUIS .'IILIPPE ! (No. 283, P. N. 8. B.) PERC( IERON-NOR M AN. Dapple grey; 16.hands high; weight, 1,600 lbs. A horse of extrtrordinlary musculari levelopment and tine action. Imported from La Plcl'Ihe, France. Will serve at $40 the season. "VIDAL" (No. 481, P. N. S. B.) PtE .C[IE RON-NORM A N. D1pplegp:ey; .1.7 haipas high;m weight, 1,750 lbs. Is a true picture of ie heivica type of the Percher on horse. Impotte ifrm LL Perche, France. - Will serve at $40 tIle gga5Qp "XINGO0 7-8 PE RCHI E tON-NR:1LMA, N. Dapple grey; 16 1- handts high; xy.eight, 1.700 pounds. No m:ares will be takei fpr,tflis horse the present season. "Rob Roy." Brightbhay; 15 1-2 hands high; weight, 1,400.lbs. Sired by imp. Fortune, drlm a Line Oregon mare. Will sryve at.$l0 the season. Tippecanoe. This flnp MaltoecJack will serve at $20 the season. Mares not proving in foal can be returned the fol lowin'g season. All bills must be settled before the removal of marss. Good pasturage fnrni Jhed for mares from a dis tance. and care taken of tock, but all accidents and uscaepes at owners' risk. Season begins Mayv 1st, and ends August 1st. ,One and Two Tear Old Percheron Colts for Sale. Address JAlMlES MAULDIN, alisbury, Madison Co.. Mon.A I C. S. KELLY, D. D. S. DENTIST. Broadway, . . - Helena. tFPECIALTY: Correcting irregularities of the Natu ral Teeth, restoring $tcaýyed parts with Porcelain and Goud; making Ar.tiflcl Teeth with continuous Powelain Gum. 41-ly NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP. The undersigned begs leave to announce that he has opeled business at his ranch Near the White Sulphur Springs, Where he will be pleased to serve those wishing work done. Every description of blackemithing done in good style and warranted. A. KENT. N OTICE. All persons are hereby notified not to purchase or trade for any stock or other property now in pos session of my wife, Mary Nolan, or with my son, I John Nolan, Jr. I will not recognize any sale or I trade made by them, or either of them. e 25 JOIIN NOLAN. 8 THE THOROUGHBRED STA4LLION, "DACOTA." This fine thoroughbred stallion will malie the sea son at RADEJ ' RANCHi., cear Camp Baker, From Apl;fl 15.to July 15, 1 at $20 forthe Season; $30 to insure. Good pasturage furqzished at $2 per month, at the owner's risk. TERMS: CASH .T OSE OF SEASON. This is an opportunity ne\gr 1before offered in this county to tec.lre the service. qf bo valuable an ani mal at such low rates. The following is a certified copy of pedigree: NEW YORk, April 25, 1877. Dacota, grey horse, faled 1868: bled by Benja tin F. Pettitt, Kentucky; by Lightning; dam Themis, by Austerlitz; he by imp. Yorkshire; dam Topaz by imp. Glencoe; 2d darn Thetis, by imp. Soyereign; 3d dan hMary Th-mas, by imp. Consul; 4th ditlr Parrott, by .nodolph's Roanoke; 5th dam Ptqroqket, by imp. Merrytield; (ith dam imp, Mare, by En lish Popinijay; 7th dam Io.urbon's dam, by 'Pleci #tale; 8th dalu, by Tighflyer; 9th dam Tif ,any .li,Ivclipse; 10th dam Young Hag, by bkim; 1'th . i-lag, by Crab; 12th damn Ebony, by Flyv ing,Ch ljel: ; 13th damn EJboy, by lasto ; 14th dlam ,the lis't , 'umare, by Mr. Mase~ry Black barb. Sru'ce's A4ierictn Stud Book, Vol. 3. 1,S. l.:uce, editor and author of the Ameri car Stud ".ot k, do certify the above pedigree of l)acota tobe 'rue andl correct. Given under my hanid this 25th,day of April, 1877. S. D. BRUCE. 18-urn S1MITII BROS. WALTER W. DeLACY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR HEtE,-A. M. T. 1868. ESTABLISHED 1868. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, SAMUEL SCHWAp. EDWARD I. ZIMMERMAN Nos. 3 AI.nd 39 Main Street, HELENA, - MONTANA. This IIonnse is centrally 3,octed, and the only First class brick and stbgd Iotel in the city. CHARGER REA&ONABI,E. B. F.MARSH, U. 8. DEPUTY MINER4I SURVEYOR, RfELENA. - . MONTANA. Root's Garden Manual For 1878, Full f Instruction on Gardening Topics; and price list of CHOICE EuID8, sent for 10 cents, allowed on frst order for tseeds. Address, S3.B . ROOT, Rockford, Ill. WHITE SULPHUR SPRI GS The Most Attractive Pleasure sort in Montana. Ir,. A HEALING ASYLUM FOR Taq3 Old C~ronic Diseases treatedwith skill, and permanent cures efftted. '50dipe. Board, a'd fees for medical attendance, a. able. Terms, Cash. se 44-t WM. PARBRY,,M. D., Proprietor C EW THE CELEBRATED "MATCHLESS" WOOD TAG PLUG "?OBACCO, The Pionwee Toba ,o'Cempany, New York, Boston and Chi " NOT FAIL t pend arapt and eserlp article 1"n. eral use and I a.utiubJal to ANY PERSON cownt an la inf tie purchase of any article r.frPe susual. ,'lanmllyor Agricultura tie We halve 6.one a l argetrade the last r* in the remote parts of the Tea.ri rlt and have, with few excep tions, eeed. -.i" the expectations of teo ur haser nan Claimning to have mad a svlas of 40 to 6 per ceýat. We n thii (ATAL GUIE A..NY aLL th"u FREIC, UPON AP]AiLICATION. We l. our goods to all Nianklind at Whosale pitices in quantlties,.o suit. te rerale First National Ban,, C a. cao. MDONTBOMERIYARO & 00., Original Grange Supply Iouse, *21 & tW Aa ma a Ave., Chicago, Ill. SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT. NICJi MILLEN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots, Shqes, Leather and Findings, HELENA, MONTANA. My stock,for the wholesale and retail trade is VERY LARGE AND COMPLETE And consists of the best and largest assortment oa Ladies', Misses' and Children's French Kip, Pebble Goat, Morocco, Cloth and Calfskin Shoes. Men's ,Custom-made French and Kip Boots Kept constantly on hand, Also, GUM BOOTS My stock being purchased exclusively for cush, enables me to offer extra inducements in the way to low prices. Feb. 11-tf 1 'IS PAPER IS ON PILEI Wflf Where A evhgUstjg Coutra eta. O·P b G. A. KELLOGG, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR HELENA. M. T. T. E. COLLLNS. ATTORNEY AT LAWV. pecial attention given to Collections in all partofl he Territory. Conveyancing promptly atrendedto. Office at County Clerk's Office, DIAMOND CITY. - - - MONTAXA' PENSIONS procured for every soldier disabled nto the a. . senrvice by wounds. accldental Injuries, hernia or ruptur, loss of sight or hearing, or disease of lungs, heart, eyes, or rheumatismn,varicoseveis, piles, falling back of neules, or Chronic Diar trhns. Even the loss of a fnger, or toe, or asy other injury, disease or accident, ntities soldler to pension. Penslrns and bounties obtalned where d;schargps are lost. Nw dischergesl b tained if lost. POLL BOU.YTIL'S.PAID TOALL BOLDIERSDdischarged for WOUNDS, RUPT.hIk. orac.identalinjuryunder newslaw. PiNSION! INCREASED. Nearly every pensioner is W01 entitled to an increase. Under the old law per* alnners could not draw more thaltn eght dolird a. nionuth, no matter how mnch d!sabled. But nor they c..n draw from iS to$~O a unanth. Frou S..0o to 5.00 a month is otow paid forIs of at fl:ger'or tbumby under thte ol liw it was onty017? O. Thoanends are yet ent:.tto to pensin.se,incroeem. antibounty nnd dont :knowit. PAThNT3 and TRADIE AIAI securnd and LAND OASE. aJnsted. No. F.B charged in any case unless snccessful. "T;IE i;OYS Is BLUE,', an Bp e onntlly pnprr,irr Soldiers. h',rct.sYCir.. _L nple free. loouk ofconplete U. S. r5Peoon laws, m ct sadl 5 ook of U. S. Li:rrad Laws. 25 ets--polt.e free. iEmploy ea Attorne:., res!d ng in WASHINGTOU, who can giire perOsrd tention to your bneines. before the Daea.tments. Addrlr (wint Stamp) Col. N. W. FITZG(IGlALD. U. S. (laim Alt rutey, _e_ Bolt S8a WASIINGTtiON. D A ý Cough, Cold 1Or Sore Throat -- REQUIRES Immediate Attention. A continuance for any length of time causes rri tation of the Lungs, or some chronic 'Throat*l.Sc tion. Neglect oftentimes results in some inierablt Lung disease . Brown's Bronchial TrOcI' have proved their eficacyv, by a test of many m.l'7 and will almost invariably give immediate rei Obtain only Brown's bLronehial TrOebM and do not-take any of the worthless imitstio0Ms may Io noar..l.