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HMsAw a, Dee. 30, 1878. There has been no material change in the markets dinee our last report. ;'he .four market has been unusuaiypuiet ,and dull, and the prospect of improvement ,in prices are beginning to stiffen up and advance. There is,:however, no ms~ket for a darge quantity. q'he.buyers seem to &be satisfied as tothe.plentiful supply hip the country, and Swill not rik1 laying in much. The rul i.ng fligres at,tthe closing of the week were -boutuaamfollows : 'Flour-,eboice brands-$;-.40@$ý .Q. Wheat-s 1.75@$1.80. (Oatea41.90@$2.00. t rlqy-brewers'--$2.00. Barley..-feed-$1.40. Bran and Shorts--$1.26. Peas.-$1.25. .Choppe4 teed --$. ,potatoes 5c.@$1.00. (Cabbage-c. Buttet. 8c.40c.; packed ;in ºlots80 Obheese--0o. Eggs--65c.@75e. Pork-gross--$6.00. Pork-net-$.8.0(@$ej00. C;hickens, $8.00~9 .00 per doE. Aowg .Q5I cF ens -4.OB@$6.oQ. Turkeys, $3. $~.O elcih. Dd.eks-4 .0 per dioen . IPIsh.-1lc per lb. Hay-$10.00 per ton. ,Wood, $8.50 per cord. m~ un mam n um.nml.,ulp. m nonnm PATRONS OF PB BAMNRY. Pomona Grange No. 1. will meet at Twin Bridges Ball on thefilrst Saturday in Janu ary, 18794 at 10 o'clock a. an,, for: the trans action of important business,,;and to elect Moeiee for the co kpg year. A full attend-' anee s4eq4ed. JAcoa ýWYRaoCK, . 'Hr xuTIOu iA G. IGZ-NI W, 9Io-. SLAZATION OF PRIE.oPs1MZ . At the late session of this body :the fdl lowing declaration-,- of primolples.- was adopted: . •' We,'the members of the National grange, desirling t .defoe the preelasobjeeta 4 of the .order of patrons of huasbandryr, ..and place them before the menibtrehipj of, the order 'throughout the Uhlon, do. hereby set forth the following declasation of purpole relat .t lthereet: ,, ".. W9 shall strlytvear.estly, within 'and I*thiutt our order, tb extend the benefits of 'dtduot , *hich shall, omprlbe knowledge .oYfpirbcl l rs and the methods of :self goveira ,iqmea . . 9. Wer .bal demandl admsiiosli in the teglislatres of the several states, and in both: Jmoie* of thI national congress, for - repre~ 'isettilves. Of' 'agielture-'~bhosen directly from t itk tarie, as the odl.t mneans 'of, re. 8.'. We shall .coord1t othe, Industries all 'e rtgli privile.nds di hlm ttes which, 1w kaw.ir outidwft, and ji with heir a 1 ioth ei' º.ihB tt of tae states ?Wisoosomy and frn" :r .i OtJnthud rtespa Swl vr.ene.r iy n ands .t en d l b Ai h 1s, º rh ttraC~tber e tp t. e(**eft4yte aly by thers Strtvl hyi It* tnat hMigher p paai b t;ndnhgitwefere htoe should 'becomen dthe distinshing toiture of a free. A r the abotvw bad'been ,iropttd, the joilowin wt ealso prmesehtd and pnadead: In ack udapp with the'lB'b 'i obt.e~ts of .our oI'g attionh&nld hi aiethdda by Which they a .'tb te Dbtaied, we pledge ýatr un yielsla .a+votlpw to the work' marked'out. eý,e Oye ts .cpta.iples pnwpnilated 1.. our A elar;iadn are . !ll cord with the high eat welfare of our coetry, and that they deserve sepport, e.peasiily by all farmers. $ * We appeal, theqsefre to good men ao4 women, whpAe lStereste are our own, to joain it;efforta with ours, agnfldent that with th4r support we aball uot rait long for the oaosniation a oar hopes, We ap peal to the agri9tAtur il journals of ,4he land, asking the* gret inluenoe toa qi; f the above obJects at a potent means Ar ehe at tainment of ,a geat ofbject. oo ie (grcea Adudto the IntI)Agae a eo,#P0 e . we present the purpoaes wialt* 14e1 Maey1 thotuauds oft. pers in avery state of our Union. THE RURAL NEW YORKER. Prospectus for 1879. REDUCED TERMS I .ENLARGED PAPERI.! BEST WRITERS!!! - AND 125,000 worth of Farnm, 4srden and FJopWer Needs, from the Rural Ex. perimental Farm and Her. 4icpltural Grounds, MDISTRIB UTED FREE To every subscriber who applie.. The seeds are saved from rare,.hardy,. new vari eties, and most of them CANNOT BE PROCURED ELSEWHRI E, and equal in value to the yearly subscription priee. : Send stamp for sample copy illustrating and de scribing the seeds. A New Era in Agricaltural and Hortical tfural Journalism. ' THE HEAD OF THE RURAL PRESS." So admitted by our highest authorities. Subseription Reduced from $2.50, to $2.00 per Year. .ONE PRICE TO ALL. Nonestly Devoted to the Welkre -of.its Reader. ELEGANI T ORIGINAL ILLJSTRA, ., TIONS, FROM LIFE. 1o iecional Prejudices-A Journatl for , le Enfire Countjy, FEA T URE S: Our free seed distr~tMtson; our enla~ged paper; its clear, sharp type; .the.reputatlop of its writers; the liberality of rtsio anagesneht`tnt thi reduction of its priceareio.w;right evidenges qf the truth of what we asset~t. Fie1dos,Qams,maIl Bruits; grapes, apples, pears., stock and Lpolltr y bees, dairy, the household, the best methd#,'jiterature, neovb, markets. Send .or St; ,Compare it with others of its class,- then judge for yourself ! SPFaemiitidstseetc., sent free to all who wish to autgas, agents. SaURAL NEW-YORKiER, 78 Duane St., New York. THE SUN FOR 1879. The Sun will be printed every day during the yeas to come.' Its purpose and method will be the qAme as in the, past: To present all the, news in a readAble shape, and to tell the truth though the heaVeus fall. The Sun has been, is and Will continue to be in depe9dent of everybody and everything sal e the truth-and itso.w econvlotions ofduty. T'l t is% Tie only.policy which aubonesteewpapper need have. That'is the polity Which has won for tles newspa per the confidence and Sfiendship o a wider con stituency than was ever enjoyed, by any other Amneri.d journal. The Sunis the newspaper for the people. ,It is not fog $he rich man against the p mpr ýTan, or for the qr Mn ainst the rich ma6, bpt Ut aeqkstg dd't al justie to all interests in the coampunity. t i g o of away aeelaa, anect orpa . ere . le no myte t its loves and bdaes. ' Itlis for, the holest .n against the.ogsp every time. It 1s r the honesttdemourat as sg-lafp tripd.lshonest iceand', the honest pahlocanae ga t the: diahbkest democrat. t' does not take is from thutterance of ay po itlelan O pofli 0 ?itionh `'It gives its port unreservedgý 0 tae aagreement ith .ae priw sal.. ipes Whic, l h:th pl was ounded.br th Pe Whenever e anstitation aend onqi in the Prdet e, where he still rt S ..dp. bt o e fight. That is the Sun's sd e 9pndeee,. u this respect there will be 1'tls Sunl haa vly earned the hearty hatred of raals, .aud and hum gs of all sow t and sizes. ' t 4deserve'that, htred not less in the year .n .J,1578,1877, .9any year gone by. The Shu "contlnue to 'minm on the wlcked with n R$1egetdbrituiest. the t eso1 so+ the ast should be constant lly hbefr thde.. ople Bt.n8m does not propose tto i itsef in 187a ine of ancient histry. BIt ~H~d Ibr bpe Yl women of to-day, hwbosbe e le ,4 the alfairs of to-d| It has bo on the ability to affrd its adesthepom st, tWst and most authen ticintellige neaý wf a':r In the wide world is worth attentlon. thtbisa the resources belong ing itowell lsblished prprty will be liberally hee p . t disajonted .cottlon of parties in this country and tluneertalM ' the fOttre, lend en extraorinary sslignie o ,te events of the com nyear. ta8s goiiso press, the debates ats of Congress, pd t movements of the leaders in every section . the repblic will have a, direct bearing on the presidek election of 1880- ep event which meot lw with the most anxiotps iterestby'everV qi American, what ever his poll eslidie or .. To these ele ,ments of interest may. be ad te probabitity, at th, democrats will control both e of Con gess, ,.he Increasing eebleness of the r ulent aduis tration. and the spread and strenthening every where of ahealthy abhorrenee of tmud.in any form. To present ~ith acourapy and olearness the exact situation in ea h of its varying phases, and to ex o well-known methods, the pincle sthLsho6ul'd oguide us thiough the laby +r$ W wltl 1a0a aIinportsrit part of the Sun's work We bawe the ri eans of making the Sun, as a polit IosI. a ..tray mad ea -Oneral newspaper, more en tertainiag and more nselSi than ever before; and we Mein teal' ply them kjy. Our rate of sUn remain unchanged For the daily suh, a age sheet of twenty-eight columns, the prie by mtal. postpaid, s 5 cents a month, or $60 a ear; or, iclining the Sunday ris, an eigt-pgetheet of tty-sx olumns, the ia oeseents a month, or $7.70 a year, postage The Sanda edition of the Sun Is also iurnushed s u i at 0l.90a year pt d. six columns, Iltsa year potae pad. For lun of t sending . 10 we w d an extra oopy free. Address, I. W. ENGLANoD, Publ.lsher of the 8s, New York City. .; . .[M. PRICE & CO.PA.'-1., SNo. 14 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STr.AET, ST. LOUlS, MO. COMMISSION AGENCY MISSOURI STATE GRANGE (Bon4ed in the pum of $100,000. Manufacturers of THE GRANGE WAGON, Light Spring Wagons and Buggies, The highest priles obtained for Wool, Hides, Furs and Robes. Prompt attention given to the purchase of FAMILY AND" YFA4M .UPPLIES, AGRICULTURAL MACHIINERY, ETC., ETC. Bend for printed instructions:and reduced price list for 1879, 5-1y. .e..kn Agent Wanted In this jocality, to Supply the Rapid Demiand. Nothing Succeeds Like Success ! The Former High Priced Machines REDUCED .to TWENTY DOLLARS Toroughly warranted and sent to you for Examination Before You Pgy For ,It. And no obligation to keep one, if not REkTER than any you ever had. VYERY FAMILY CAN NOW OWN A FIRS7-CLASS SEWING MACf .E. S The 013 Favorite and Reliable STADARD SEWING XMACHINE $20. ACKNOWLEDGES NO SUPERIOR ! w We Can Not Make a Better Machine at Any Price. a THE HIGHEST PREMIUM AWARDED THE STITCH AT THE CENTENNIAL. g A Strictly First-Class Shuttle Double Thread Lock ,tich Machine, more Complete in equipments than any other, and combining all the late improvements, with the old and well tried qualities for which the STANDARD IS SO POPULAR. A Faithihtl Family Sewing Machine in every'sense of the word-that runs smooth and does every description of plain or fancy sewing with ease and certainty-so strong and well .made, and so thor oughly tested while in use for years in Thousands of Families, that each Machine that leaves our Fac tory is warranted for five years, and kept in Order frtee of charge. Money Refunded at once if not perlectly satisfactory. Reduced in Price Far Down Below all other Machines. No extras to pay for. Each Machine is accompanied by. a more Complete Oufit of numerous and useful attachments tr all kinds of work (free of any extra charge) than is given with any other Machine at any price. The Standard Machine has more good qualities than those of double the Price. Light and Easy Running, a chiid can use it. Strong and Durable, never out of order. Rapid and Certain in F£ecution. No useless cogs or Cass to wear out or make a Noise. Will lost for years. Is ready in a mooent, and understood in ,mhpur.i Makes The Double ;Thread Lock Stich, alike on both sides of the goods, from cambric to leat. ises a Short, Straight and Strong ucedle, Extra Long Large easily threaded Shuttle. With N fw A tic Tennison. Large Robbins capable of holding one hundred yards of thread. A Large StrongMachine with.great width of arm, givi.g ,it many (desired qualities, and preat capacity for a r-ide range of work. It is the best ,aa.Mne in Prnciple and in Point of Conetrnetson. Use it once and you nwill use no other. Active Agents wr rtd 4 (j is county to receiv.e orders and deliver michines, SExtraln uocmeptaoffered Clergymen, 1~phera., Business Men, te;. . llustrated Book, samples of work, with price list, etc., free. Safe delvery.of goods guaranteed to any part of the world. Ad dress, STANDAlp SEWING MACHINE CO., BROADWAY & CLINTON PLACE, Neav York• B F, MARSH, V. S, MF TI IDERAL SURVETYO, E. XNA, - M ONTANA. LIJYEY &;FEED 'Stables. M4AIN SR=ET, DIAMOND CITY, M. T. KROFT & FLEMING, Proprietors. HavIlc urahe6ed and refitted the old HIBeAnD i-AN bu.i flg we are now prepared to amVcqmo date stock in pl~t-causs style. I'he public are res totfutly Invited to call ' Proaipt viad careful at Ention given to both local and trainleit catoumers. Charges will be Reasonable, And not. in advmuae of like accoýlpS odatlns in other towns in tho Territory. A good supply of Hay and Grain kopt constantly on band. s8-tf KeROYF( ut FLEMIwNG. FIIRST NATIhNAL BANK OF HELENA Designated Depsitorts of the United States. S. T. HAUS3R, * - Presidentº p. co - VipePrealdert. . W. W.KN , - - - - - Cmhier. T. H. KILEINSCHXDT, - Ass' t. Cashier. We transact a general Banking business and buy at the highest rates, GOLD DUST, COIN, GOLD AND SILVER BULLION. And Local Securittes; aod sell Exchange ad Telegraphl Truasters. Available uall part.of. the United States and Can adas, Great artin, Irlatmd and the Continent. Collections made and proceeds remitted promptly. Root's Garden Manual For 1878, dull f Instruction on Gardening Topics; and price list of CHOICE SEED8 sentfor l0cents, allowed on first order for Seeds, Address 8 . J. B. ROOi, Rockford, Ill. RADER'S RANCH, NEAR CAMP BAKER. iOE STEPHENS & BRO. Proprietors First-class accommodatiope.for man and beast: The public are respeetftlly invited to call. SEVENTH GRAND DISTRIBUTION Commonwealth Cistribution Co. By authority of Commonwealth of Kentucky. drawing and details under supervision of promi ient citizens of Kentucky, in the city of Louisvlle, on THURSDAY, JAN. 30, 18YO. NO SCALING! NO POSTPONErMENT! Prises Paid in Full. $115,400 DISTRIBUTED. Tiokets only *2x.00 Vaparallod SBues. of the Popular Drawings. Read the following attractive list of prises for the S av. a r aaswmeo : 1Prize - 80,0001" 10 pr's $100 each $l0.0o.0 1 " 10,000 380 " 50 "' 5,00) 10 " $,5oeah IO,O001O " 10 " 10,oou 9 " 500 " 10,(0 . 9 prizes $00 each, approximation prizes, g,700 9 " 200 " '1, 0) 9 ' 100 '" , 91'. 1,960 prizes, $I15,400 whole teasts, $2. Half Tickets, $i ti tickets, $50 55 tickets, $100. Remit bypoet ofice money order, registered let ter. bank draft, or express. Full list of drawing published in Louisville Courier-Journal and New York Herald, and mailed to all ticket holders. For tickets and information address Commonwealth Distribution Co., or T. J. Commerford, Sec'y, Courier-Journal building, Louisville, Ky. Prickly Pear House, H. H. CLARK, Proprietor. This new hotel is situated upon the Boaeman road. ex and a half miles from Helena. It is well kept and apable of accommodating the travolihlg public in the most approved manner.