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HELENA PBODUCE MAR KET.
HuL~NA, Sept. 9, 1878. Flour-XX-$3.00 ; XXX choice-$3.50 @$4.00. Wheat, X2.00. Oats, $2.25. Barley-brewers'-$2.00. Barley-feed-$1.75. Bi'an and Shorts-S1.50. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-seed-$4.00. Butter-35. E ggs-40. Chopped feed-$3.00. Potatoes-$1.00. Pork-gross-$S.00. Pork-net-$10.00. Chickens, $S.00@$9.00 per doz. Young cnickens-$5.00@$6.00. Turkeys, $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish--106@20c. per lb. Hay-- $10.00 per ton. New hay--$9.00. Wood, $5.00 per cord. BUTTE pRODUCE MARKET. BUTTE, M. T., Sept. 6, 1878. The following figures rule the markets of the Silver City this morning: Flour-best-$4.50. Wheatt-$3.00. Oats-$3.00. Hay.-$15.00. Potatoes-$1.50. Onions-Sc. Butter-40c. Eggs-50c. Cheese-18.. Beets-5c. Cabba'ie--4c. Green Peas-5c. Corn-35c per doz. Chickens, spring per doz $9.00. Chickens, Hens " " $12.00. Ducks, " " $12.00. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. HONORMBALE CONDUCT. The patrons of husdandry had a grange store in Delaware county, Iowa. The com pany was organized under the laws of the State. The stockholders were not fherefore liable for any loss beyond their stock. By some bad management, and depreciation of goods on hand, the company lost heavily. About a year ago the stockholders met and unanimously voted on themselves a tax of 60 per cent. on the amount of their stock, to pay tue debts of the company. They have been closing up their business. But the 60 per cent. would not meet all the obligations. We learn from the Manchester Press that there was another meeting of the stockhold ers last week, when they voted another tax of 40 per cent. on the stock-making in all 100 per cent. Thus these honest grangers voluntarially, after sinking all their stock, pay the full amount in addition to paying the debts of the company, which legally they were not bound to pay. In any other department of life, in b.,i.\ing, insuance, or any other corporation, where is there a par n!lel example ? All honor to the patrons of Delaware county. As the Press says, they have made a record in that whole business of which they, nor their children after, need be ashamced.--Des Moines. Register. OVERTASKING THE ENERGIES. It is not advisable for any of us to overtask our energies, corporeal or mental, but in the eager pursuit of wealth or fame, or knowl edge, how many transgress this salutary rule. It must be a matter of great impor tance to all who do so to know now they can regain the vigor so recklessly expended. The remedy is neither costly nor dlithcult to obtain. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is pro curable in every city, town and settlement in America, and it compensates for a drain of bobily or mental energy more effectually than any invigorant ever prescribed or ad vertised, Loboring men, athletes students, journalists, lawyers, clergymen, physicians, all bear testimony toits wondrously curative powers. It increases the capabilities for un (lergoing fatigue, and counteracts the inj uri ous eftects upon the system of exposure, sed autary habits, unhealthy or weanryiug avoca cations, or an insahlubrious clhnate, and is a prime alterative, diuretic and blood dupur o't. N O r CE 'IrO MINERS. United States Land Office, Ilelena, Montana. September 6, 1878. Jacob Zehntner and Karl Zeuntner, whose post oflice addrl;ss is White Sulphur Springs, Meagher county, Montana Ter., has this day tiled his appli cation to enter as agricultural laud, under the honimete;o laws, the W half of S E quarter of sec tion No. 5, theW half of NE quarter: the 8 halfof'N W quarter, the N E quarter of N W (nar ter of section No. 8, a.t the S E quarter of S W quarter of section No. 5mn township No. 9 north, range No 7 east, whicbt land is auspended from enutry. Notaoe is hereby given thke a hearing will be had at this office on the 15th d'ay of October, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m., to determine as to the auineral or non-mineral character of said land and testimony to be used upon said hearing will be taken before the RegisWtr and Receiver on the 15th day of 0Ctober, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m. It is al leged there are no known miners, nor mining im pro:eruents, upon said land. ".. $. MQO ,. Regster. CENTRAL HOTEL, DIAMOND CITY. JO IlN 81'ITtI, Propr'tor. This iItel, just opened, is New, Complete, and First-Class in every respect. The Tables are fur iished with the BEST THE COUNTRY AFFORDS. No pains will be spared calculated to make the weary traveler comfortable. Meals Served on Short Notice. .EQI=H1GE IP-. REE'VES, Watchmaker, EAST SIDE OF MA.INY STREET, IIHELENA. Watch and Chronometer making and repairing in all its most difficult parts, a specialty. ENGRAVING Executed in the best style. Gold and silver work made to order. 8-!y GEO. P. TEE-ES Overland Hotel, HELENA, MONTANA. Win. McLean, - Proprietor, First-Class Board, $1 per Day. This Hotel is opposite the Principal Stage Ofllces, on Lower Main street. A Register is kept at this House for those want ing employment. WALTER WV. DeLACY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR IT ELENA. . '.T. HELENA AND W ITE SULPHUR Springs STAGE LINE. T.IIIOIJUGII in ONE DA.' 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. `OFFICES. Helen.-T-Davis & Wallace. Canynn Ferry-L. Rotwitt. Diamond-L. Marks. Camp Baker Winm. Gaddis. Sulphur Slprings-Spencer iBros. MARKS & PATTERSON, 342 Proprietors. C HtlEW TE. CELEBA'TED "DIATCHLESS" WOOD TAG PLUG TOBACCO. The Pioneer Tobacco Company, New York, Boston and Chicago. ý'i'``Rt rend fo r our 4Ft ntuutotuc. It Sconltns prices u d" idest cr .'iptrio N ° mu' st every S article in gen e' a:te ; t :I . 'I.3'N coanritnrplaot A' , .v ny ,v tcl jr fr11r ;er. e R!, .Lr~am.y rt A rth culural ulte. BWo S \ e. ý na " ' -l I;ii ;'' Gtodto t 1e t lN I a- t ila k.}et1 9i mSOt cel'e' t S rtA, of the T!'erritortiej, .- *ac ~e i't. h elwr. xce'u p, 't1t ions, (ecllei -. 1 Ctuo c') Pr't4at.tPOe of the pureIlac ', man Cln ing to have ulmadd a envine ort 4 .. tc O'pr c'rut. 'Te imlnil tie4ýe CAtA.ZL:OGILt'"4 TO AkY AiDDrJElhS dAry;g. UPt N AIPPLICCA TIOW. Wle teli 0c4r: ~ 6oidl to allt anlkind at wholeie.le rt.w. i-t, iuanutities to ,llit. IReference, Virvast Nati~oeal Bantk, Chicago. MONTSl MERY WARD & CO., Orliginal Grange Supply H(ouse, 2 t .~ 29I Wabash Ave., Chictag, 111, NOTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Office, 1 Helena, MIontana; Sept. 5, 187S. Louis Stadler, whose post otlice address is HIele snr, Lewis and Cla.xke county, M. T., has this day file l his application to enter as aaviculturab land, under the homestead laws, the E half of the. S. W quarter, and lots 11 and 13; section 31, in town ship No. 10 north, range, No. 1 east, which land is suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this office on the 14th day of October, A. D. 1878. at 10 o'clock a.m., to determine as to the min eral or non-mineral character of said land, and tes timony to he used upon said hearing will be taken before .the Register and Receiver, on the 14th day of October, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m. It is al leged there are no known miners, nor mining im provements, upon said land. ,30. J. H. MOE, Register IMPROVYJD AGRICULTURAAL I. MENTS, including , WOO'S HARYESTERS, with or witlioit Self-Bilers, WOIOD'S ELF-RAKER l SWood's Imrproved Chain Self-Rake FReapers, Wood's Iron-Framen lowers, IIOLLINGSWORTIT'S, GALE'S3, AND SUPERIOR? HAy 1 I REINDEER SE~LF-DUl MPING HAY R AME, Improved Studebake agons, With Steol-Plated Axles. All sizes, from heiavy Freicght to light lspring Wagons. \~%il 12 and 14 inch Gang Plowa. 12 gnd 16 inch Sulky Plows. 12. 14 and 16 inch Brer.3i g Stirring Plows, all sizes, :r::a to 14 i~;ches. FAIRBA iN'S SCAL.ES. FAR1I PUMPS, FROM TEN TO ONE IIUNDI)ED) FEET IN DEPIt 'i A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TIlE LIATEST IMPROVED I1AND R) AKE, FO IIAND LES,I E(TC. Tobacco for making Sheep D)ip, either in sacks or bulk. Repairs for all kinds of Machinery sold by us. Everything usually kept by a First-Clna~s ral Warehouse. Agents for the Benton Transportatkin Com'y. First.Cla Steanmers. Through Tickets aid through Bills of Laingig to all points ETst, at the Lowest possible figr 'i_ C. .POWV IL. & CO., 93 Main St., Helena, i. T. LIVERY & FEED Stakbles MAIN STREET, DIAMOND CITY, AI. T. KROFT & FLEEING, Proprieiors. Ilaving purchased and refitted the old ITLUCIAND IhAN building, we are now prarepred to accolnunlo date stock in first-class style. The public are re- pectfully invited to call. Prompnt t careful at tention g;iven to both local and transient custumerl. Charges will be Reasonable, And not in advance of like accommodations in other towns in the ar.ritory. A good supply of lHay iaud Grain kept const atly on hand. 28-tf KROFT & FLEXiING. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. The Most Attractive Pleasure R.e sort in Montana. A HEALING ASYLUM FOR TIIE AFFLICTED. Old Cbronic Diseases treated with medical skill, and permanent cures eflected. WM. Parberry, M. D., Resident Physician. Board, and fees for medical attendance, reason able. Terms, Cash. SPENCER BROS., 31-tf Proprietors. The Southern Hotel, MRS. MARY J. NOLAN, IPROPRIETRESS, Biamond City, Meontana. Tables furnished ihnthe good. old substantial style, and with the best the market affords. No Chinese Cooks. The culinary department is presided over by Mrs. Nolan in person, a sufftlicient guarantee that every thing is neat and skillfully prepared. The Traveling Public Especially Invited to Call. TWO DOLLARS PER DAY. BOARD PER WEEK ..................:. ........$6.00 SINGLE MIEALS.................................. 50 T. E. COLLINS. ATTOIENEY AT LAW. t pecial attention giveon to Collections in all parts of Se Territory. Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office at County Clerk's Office, DIAXOXD CITY,, 0 ]L.ONT~A-A' rS .ItA EDuatu - .LOtcPOSALR For thie Care, nupport and Mnaia ance of the sick, Poor ad in. frnmn ot the County. TEinRITOReY O ' MONTANA, Clountyv of Meagher. ()lice of the County Clerk. 1 D)iamuond City, Septenmber 3, ie1 N~tice is hereby given, that in pursuance of or.!."r of the lhnnad of County tComminit, si-al xd L'rolpsoals will be receivedl by dthe (ig n d 1(until thle llrst iontiay iu ll Dcelter. t 'or th.e c'ic, o upport :Ollde ntitCelut tI ce f the poo. and cil' ri.e of the satid oiunt, per ,apita, the week, lfr the year betitgindg Dtecri I;s, said piropo'.hl; to includealud cover tlc c, .c of tectieng, clothing, a:ld nursing of the sick, poor anda inidrn, and all burialex titereot. The contract wall be given to the lowest silde biddelr, but the Board reserves the rights ject any and all bids. T. E. COILINS County Ui.r SIGN OF TIIE BIG BOOT. NICIK MILLEN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Firdt HELENA, MONTANA. My stock for the wholesale and retail treliah VERY LARGE AND COM~LE. And consists of the best and largest assol1t Ladie's', iMisses' and Children's yrench Kip, Goat, Morocco, Cloth and Calfskin Shoes. Men's Custom-made French adtill Kept constntlly on hand, Also, GUN r00 My stock being purchased exclusively fi t enables tme to oiler extra intdacemnents it i low prices. Feb. IRST NATIONAL BANK OF 11E Designated Depository of the United dt S. T. IIAUSER, - - vica 1). C. CORtBIN, - . . E. W. KNIGHT, - - A. T. H. KLEINSCHMi)DT, - A" We transact a general Banking businesS and the highest rates, GOLD DUST, COIN, O0 L ,AND ILVER BULLI And Local Securities; and sell Exchange and Telegrapbic Tra3se Available in all parts of the United Statesle adels, Great Britain, Ireland and ith Collet ions made and IproCed reIttted rne G. A. KELLOGG, U.S. DEPUTY MINERALSURV ,HELENA T Prickly Pear H H. H. CLARK, Proprietor. This new hotel is sitnated the 1t road, six and a half miles tfloml ¶lie r" kept, and capable of a eco oDmijeort publ e in the most alovd anne C. S. KELLY, D. O.S DENTIST. gel BroadwaY, ie SPECIALTY: Correcting ._ ..ib ral Teeth, restoring decayed t" and Gold; making Artfclal ProelaIn Gum.