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1OOD FOR WINTER BILl. Food of a succulent nature seems best adapted to increase the secretion of milk. It has been supposed that the best flavored milk could not be produced from dry food, and that as milk contains eighty-seven per cent. of water, it requires tood composed in a large proportion of liquid to produce it. The best argtment in support of this is that nature furna(tes this succulent. food during summer, when the largest quantity of milk is produced, and that it is always safe to imitate nature. An important quality of sncctlent over dry food is its greater digest ibility. A larger percentage of the food contgined in grass is digestible than after the same grass has been dried into hay. In the present stage of agriculture in the west, it would be labor lost to attempt to substitute the root crop for its great staple, Indian corn. Yet even there a small quan tity of roots may be profitably grown, to be used as a healthful change of food in win ter. And, as the west is just now reaching after the profits and laUrels Of dtirying, and not only sueeessfully competing with the east, but beating her in her own market on the price of ''gilt-edge" butter, the west may well afford to study the root crop as a further means of continued success. The mangel wurzel may be produced upon her soil at a rate of twenty to forty tons per acre; and, if we allow eleven per cent. to be digestible food, it will give from 4,4%00 to 8,800 pounds of dlgetiblib food upon one acre, excluding water and woody fibre. B~t if we call the average twenty-five tons per acre, then we shall have an average of ~Q5,5 pounds of digestible fodd upon an acre., NMw forty bhuhels of corn is a large Iaverge pbr aore for thei st of' orn . tatbs of the west; and if we allow forty-four pounds per bushel as digestible dry food, we shall have 1,700 pounds of digestible 'fo.0i upon an acre, or more than three times as much digestible food #rom tbe mar gels as from the corn. Bsangels and sugar beets will produce an excellent quality of milk; to tact, they may be considered as the best grass laid up for winter. These roots, as well as carrotu, are $o.o ,w diLred ia Winter food for vd.i'Tt.ir rich, (lght tg i't e leftt OIrop may be obtained by -.drilling in the seed on 4 well preparedi sun fa ce, twenty t-re ir aprto~ o ' va;rettes ' are Webbs Maumoth and .-orbitoe's Glant, whl lh are 4.acand Norrth, Fn Knver Globe w1 .o.ar0yellow. Maip y eld ot an sa er4*tit fyorty ton peFi acre.- azdi i ~fro *oqa7~nsas ee 3 OS aadz 'reasing p por tr, 8 ..fi e upon to ý Sewin~ r, atiprice down LAI fstho r c ly warra t-· t 6w order fre,' of tgap, part of the Co uma tr n Uster before ma t predict equal )as lXR man fbr them tn this sec tioa at taetatPa ul `tt' desiring the beset Machine > Ian et~ri Iouid rite direct ton the factory And rprld g persons wishing to seot) should apply for so dosirable _an a et'oy: & advertisement in a f art4*t 4ts ).r.. Adtress. Stab darI ieo Co.. C'oa roadw ay and ChUt. ton Pleac, ew Yorkic. 49 ty. ATT"OI ` AT LA.W g& ttesaImu giver.,is Q;to1E$ a i n eo pe*tof eT ~ O'7Pita)7$ee t !·ci gM1 ·a C. S. KELLY, D. U. S. DENTIST. Broadway, - . - Helena. SPrCIALTY: Correcting irregularities of the Natu ral eeth, restoring decayed parts with Porcelain and Gold; making Artificial Teeth with continuous Porcelain Gum. 41-ly NOTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, Dec. 3, 1878. Philip Miller, whose post office address is Camp Baker, Meagher county, M. T., has this day filed his application to enter as agricultural land, under the pre-emption laws, the North-west quarter sec tion 14, in township No. 10 north, range No. 4 east, which land is suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this office on the 10th day of January, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a.m., to determine as to the min eral or non-mineral character of said land, and tes timony to be used upon said hearing will be taken before the Register and Receiver on the 10th day of January, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a. m. It is al leged there are no known miners, nor mining im provements, upon said land. 4 J. H. MOE, Register NOTICE TO MINIRS. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana. November 12, 1878. Ervin Collier whose postoflice address is Bea ver Creek, Jederson county, Montana Territory. has this day filed his application to enter as agricul cultural land, under the final home-tead laws, the W half of the S E quarter; and the S half of the S W quarter section 26 in township No. 9 north range No 1 east, which land is suspended trom entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this office on the 80th day of December, A. 1). 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m., to determine as to the mineral or nop-mineral character of said land, and testimony to be used upon said hearing will be taken before the Register and Receiver on the 30th day of December, 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. S J. H. MOE, Register. OTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, December 14, 1878. John Edmunson, whose post office address Is Beaver creek Jefferson county, .1. T., has this day filed his application to enter as agricultural land, under the final homestead laws, lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ap. 6 of sec. 26, and lot No. 1, sec. 35, in townshlp Nio. 9, north range No. 1 E which land is suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this offiee on the 28th day of January, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a, m., to determine as to the mineral or nonlmatneral character of said land, and testlpVny to be used upon said hearing will be taken before the Register and Receiver on the 28th day of JaniUry, A. D. 1879, at 10 o'clock a. m It is al leged there are no known miners, nor mining im grovements upon said land. 8 J. H. MOE, Register. NOTICE TO MINERS. • United States Land Office Helena, Montana, December 26 178. 7 Duanre Doggett whose post office address is Dia mond City, Meagher county, Montana, has this day filed his application to enter as agricultural land, under thehiomestead laws, the west half of the northeast quarter, and east half of the northwest qwarter, section 19 in' township No. north, tnge No. 2 east. which sland is suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given lat as hetring, will be had at this office on the 30th day of January, A. D., 1879,~t 10 o'clock a. m., to determine as to the nijnecl or non-mineral egpracter of said land And testimon to be used upo~i said bearing will he takent'before the Regleter sed Receiver on the 30th day of January, A, D. 1879. at 10 o'clooka. m. It is alleged there are no known minets; nor mining impwroements upoa said land. .6 : ,XO. EIO. E selster. PRHOPOM~h4LJF ; FOR BUILDING A BRIDGE OVER o' fr epsid ng a tt ate new "a . n erai bride S, le 6 (40) feet, in lengt, abtmen extening from the land rd ground to the water on euqh side of 1. The abutments to be filled to a level Sfloor of the bridge, se~vei nd one-half Stt above the water. It wl be ihaesarv mang bids to vit the site s.e asult and peci.l ations and draft wi. a hrae Sre and left in the ;010 or thet County tbe in [ jof tlose making bups. ST. E. C()IJ4NS, CP(lrk. o tke of Dissolution of Partneship. The mueaerahip heretofore existing between the unudrs (dq, under the firm name of Holland, Mkc ean &- , C i this day dies lved by mutual con sent. All persons who are ,debted to the under= aIged are notifrxt to come forward and settle intý m~editely with A, J. Holland, who Is authoriser to sbttle all debts due to and by the firm. Nov. 1Q, 1878. A. J. Holland, J. 8. McKean, Jas. B. Thompson, d.. C. Mtrphy. H E*LE NA ANA WHITE ,SULPHUR SPRINGS STAGE LflE. TIIRQ JGHI in ONE. PAY Comhes leave tlalena on Monday, Wednesdg and Friday of eoach week, at8 o'clock a. r..,> al arrive at the Whito Salphui" Sring atO p . m. the same day. Return on Tuesday, Thurdasy s p8t. welp rda tM. aymp BerL.. twitn. amond-P Marks. Camp Baker ' 44r s . _8ulphwi , Ari pejlliSah . CLAPP BROS. & CO. WHOLESALE JEWELERS. A FcELL LINE OF AMElICAN AND FOIEIG WATCHES. Largest Stock ! -Lowest Prices! EALERS, JASFor CALL' WHEN IN THE CITY! Orders will Receive Prompt and Careful Attention. 161 SiTATE STRI-EET, CIIICAGO. THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS. IS MIANUFACTURIED BY FISH BROS, & CO., RACINE, WIS. We make every variety of FARM,) FREIGHT, NDg g •Spring Wagons, And by confining ourselves strictly to one class of work; by employing none but the BEST OF WORKMEN, Usingnothing but First-class Improved Machinery AND THE VERY BEST OF SELECTED TIMBER, And by a thorough knowledge of the business, we have justly earned the reputation of making "The Best Waon on Wheels." We give the following warranty with each wagon: We Hereby Warrant the FISH BOS. WAGON No...... to be well made in every parztic ular and of good material, and that the stre.gth of the same is suflkient for all work with afir usagc. Should any breakage occur within one year from this date by reason of detective material or we k manship, repairs for the same will be fhruisiped at place of sale, free of charge, or the price of ,uc.h repairs, as per agent's price list, will be paid in cash by the palchaser producing a aample of the broken or defective parts as evidence. IDtvs W. Fsn, , FISH BROS. & CO. J. C. Huoon s. Racine, Wis. Knowing we can suit you, we solleit patronage from every section of the United States. Send for Prices and Terms, and for a copy of our Agricultural Paper to FLSH BROS. & CO., RItacine, Wis. C. L. Vawter & Co. AGENEENA onTS,. HEI.~LENA, 1Mont ana. 1868. ESTABLISHEID 1868. COSIOPOLITAN HOTL,. SAUXBL SCHWAB. EDWAnD I. Zmamur Ax Nos. 81 and,89 Main Street,. HELENA, - - MON'ANA. 'This House is centrally located, and the only First class brick and stone Hotel in the sity. CHARGES REASONABLE. ILMER, SALISBURY & CO., Carriers of UNITED STATES' MAIL, AND OF Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, Run a Line of DAILY Passenger Coaches to BRANKLN TERMI.NUS, Virginia City, Deer Ledge, AND TRI-WERKLY TO Missqala and Fort Benton. For Passenger au4)rreight Rates apply to any o1 the (:o1marv's Areats. Each tu nber °cotans TiTHrTY-Two PFA V of readiug, many'l e Wood Cui Illuwtrations. and pea CoT 1l F LATI. A ýbeasgfiutl Garden Maga. shne, prain ,elegant paper.,and ,ll of in )rmna tion, dBttlpPn iidGerman. Price.$1.5a year. Fivecopltes 5.O0. Ftek''s lfower d and Vegetable Oar 4en, 0 onts elu paper Cevers iu eleatn. sloth covers $1. .f1 *ao.k..sýtra. $ 0 iluettlons, only . Q~f~g ~d,7i~ J4-; ~KI~, oph~~,h, " WHITE SULPHUR SPREINGS. The Most Attractive Pleasure Re. sort in Montana. A .RALIt e ASYLU FOR THE AFPUL1C~''D Old Carnie Diseases treated with medical' skill, anw permanent cures elfected. WM.'Parbarry, M. D., Resident P'hyslean. Board, and fees for medical attendance, Reason able. Terms, Cash. SPENCER BR3ON., 34-tf Proprietors. IBAB3 LAND. The only magazine in the sooald expressly fbr the Babies. FIFTY CENTS A YEAR. FREE OF PO§TAGIE Take it for your Baby ! Eight large quarto pages. Fine amberptiper, thiek and strong, Sweet wee stories, dainty ple tures, merry Jingles, and funny bits of baby- Ilfe, all is large type with words divided into sylables. A Kindergarten in itself. Address, D. LOTHRiOP & CO., Boston. C EW THE CELEBRATED "XATCHLE " WOOD TAG PLUG TOBACCO. The Pioneer Tobacco Company, New York, Boston and Chi arn. NOTIC 'ITO MINEi. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, Nov. 12, 1878. Winm. Rader, whose post office. address is White Sulphur Springs, Meagher county, M. T., has this day tiled his application to enter as agricultuial land under the homestead laws tihe Lots No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 ofsection No. 4, in township No. 9 north, range No. 7 east, which land is suspended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this office on the 30th day of Deeeminer, A.D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a.m., to determine as to tla mineral or non-mineral character of said land, and testirpony to be used upolr said hearing will be.ltoen before William'Oaddis, a Notary Puplie, at. Camp Ba ker, Montana Territory, on the28th ds.t ,of Decem ber, A. D. 1878. at 10 o'clock a. m. "It is alleget there are no known miners, nor mipi g impiyprivq, mcnt,: upon a;gmland.. . J. UiL.AL , Register..