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BUTTE PRODUCE MARKET.
BUTTE, April 16, 1879. The following figures rule the markets of the Silver City this morning: Flour-best-$4.00. Graham-$4.50. rBuckwheat-None in the market. Corn meal-Montana-$6.00. Wheat-$2.00@$2.50. Oats-$3.00. B.ran and Shorts-2.50. Barley-2.75. ,Beans-9c. Potatoes--$2.00@$2.50. Butter-40c. Eggs-35c. Cheese-13c. 'Bacon-Montana-13c. Bacon-breakfast-18c. flams-18s. ,Lard-15c. Pork-$9.00. Beef--4.00 onfoot. Mutton-3.50 ' head. Chickens, Hens " " $15.00. Ducks, " " $12.00. Onions-none in market. Beets-4c. Hay-$20.00. Lumber-rough-$40.00; finishing, $60. HELENA PIODMJE HARrLET. 11ELxNA, April 21, 1879. The markets show but.little change this week. 1'heruliug figures the morning are as follows:: Flour-choice brands-$$.50@$3.G0. 'Wheat-,- 1.75@$1.80. .Oats--$2.00. .arley-brewers'-$2.00. Barley-feed-$1.60. Bran and Shortsemail@example.com. Peas-$1.25. Chopped teed-$2.00. Potatoes-75c.@$1.00. Cabbage-3d. Butter-40c . lb. Cheese-20c. Eggs-40c. Pork-gross-$6.00. Pork-net-$6.50@$7.00. Chickens, $12.00 per doz. Yopng cuickens-$5.00@$6.00, Turkeys, $3.25@$3.50 eacth. Ducks-$8@$9.00 per do;en. Fish-15c. per lb. Hay-$10.00@$12.00 per ton. Wood-$4.00@$5.50 per cord. PATRiNS OF i1USA BQDRY. THE OPPORTUNIrT. What a grand opportunity oir grange or ganitation offers! .What a field for labor, and how wide-spreading its repults! The .marshaling of men in order to resist oppres elon and overcome ignorance, to bjstill prin ciples of Integrity and prudence, to aid in the formation of habits of indqstry and helpfulness; the binding together of the tillers of the soil, men of common interest, in one brotherhood, that the fundamental industry of.life, upon which all others de pend, may be in a sound, healthful condi tion, and the weight removed from the ma terial side of life whichl threatens to drag down in this direction all our energies; that the pressure of want may be removed, and schools and colleges esthblished, that a fu ture generation may start from higher ground. Surely there is no nobler work, (one more interesting or more calculated to enlist the assistance and sympathy of reflect ing men. We have but begun the work. By persistent, continued efort on the part of each member of the order, its future pro portions will reach beyond what we dream ot, now.-Patron of Huabandry. GOOD1S AT COST? FOR CASH ! Having determined to devote my entire attention to my businass at the White Sulphur Springs, I WILL SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK IN DIAMOND At Cost for Cash. IE) Persorns indebted to meo are requested to come forward and settle. JONA S lIGGI1(l. February 13, 1875.-1Setf. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. SAxMUL SCUWAB. EDWRDn I. ZIMMacxlx x. Nos. 81 and 89 Iain Street. ITELENA, . - - MONTANA. STRAYED OR STOLEN. A medium-sized Oregon mare; color, yellow, with yellow mane and tail; branded J. P. on left hip; has two deep scars on left hip, also, ether scars. She mysteriously left the band on Smith river, about 6 months since. Any information that will lead to her recovery will be suitably reward ed. Address HUsBANDMAN OFFICE. M. W. DUNIIHA1M1'S OAKLAND STUD OF PERCIIERON-NORfAN HORSES WINNERS OF THE Grand Prizes in Europe and America. Awarded Grand Medals by the French Govern ment, and also Grand Medal, Diploma and special report at the Centenniia JExhibition, 1876. The LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE Establishment of the kind in America. Since 1872 it has been replenished by 166 Imported Mares and Stallions. !t" My Catalogue, with history of the breed, sentfree. M. W. DUNHAM, 10-6. Wayne, Du Page Co., Ill. Overland Hotel, HELENA, MONTANA. Wm. MeLean, - Proprietor. First-Class Board, $1 per Day. This Hotel is opposite the Principal Stage Offices, on Lower Main street. A Register is kept at this House for those want ing employment. The lower Missouri valley and mining gulches in the vicinity of Canyon Ferry supplied regularly, Having purchased the meat market of Mayne & Reed, I will continue to supply my former custom ers, and also those of Mayne & Reed, regularly, and such others as may desire it. THOMAS COONEY. April 3, 1879-20-4. T E. COLLINS. ATTORINEYAT LAW. pecial attention given to Collections in all parts of he Territory.' Conveyancing promptly attended to, Office at County Clerk's Offlee, DIAMOND CITY, - - - MONTANA. RADER'S RANCH, NEAR CAMP BAKER, JOE STEPHENS & BRO. Proprietors First-class accommodations for man and beast. The public are respeetfully invited to call. C. S. KELLY, D. D. S. DENTIST. Broadway, H - ]Helena. APtECIALTY: Correcting irregularities of the Natu ral eeth, restoring d cayed parts wvith Porcelain and Gold; making Artifielal Teeth with continuous Porcelain Gum. 41-ty The I-Iigh Bred Stallion, BLUCHER Will stand for mares at Rader's ranch, Meagher county, during the season commencing clay 1st, 1879. Terms, $12.00 for the season. Pasturage free of charge. Payment for service to be made at the close of the season. Blucher is black in color; 16 hands high; weighs 1,200: is 7 years of age, and a horse of superb muscle, superior action, magnificent physique, and neat limbs. PEDIGREE. Blusher was foaled June 2, 1871; sired by Shin gleton & Allen's horse, a full blooded Messenugr, weight 1,125, height 15 3-4 hands; his sire Cull blood Messen er, weight 1,300; dam full-blood Ntorgan, weight 1,200; dam of Blucher's sire dark bay, full-blood Morgan, weighs 1,10)0, height 15 1-2 hands; Blucher's dam a fuU-blood Morgan, dap pled gray in color, weight 1,100, height 151-2 bands. Testimonials regarding Blucher's colts, from the best horsemen in the territory, may be seen upon application to the owner. HUGH WALKER. Camp Baker, April 14, 1879-22-tf. T. C. POWER & COMPANY, MAIN STREET, HELENA, MONTANA. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I1. CASE aC . Racine, Wis. Annually manufacture and sell more THR.SHLNG MACOINES Than any other Firm in the World. GOLD MEDAL at PARIS Medal of Honor and Diploma of Merit, at the Centennial Exposition PHILADELPIILA. Highest Award and Silver Medal at OHIO STATE FAIR, 1878. First Premium Gold Medal COLORADO. CALIFORWRA Eclipse Apron Machines Will Thresh, Clean, Save per day more bushels oa Wheat, Rye, Oats, Flax, Timothy and Clover F(eed than any other Threshing Machine in the United States. Threshers and Farmers sive y.ur Money by purchasing J. B. CA.2S , CO's TKRESHIe. MACHENZ~l. TRC GTION` AN ], 'INEST THRESHING ENGTNE , 8-.0-15 horse power, Combining SAFETY, ECONOMY, POWER, FINISH, STRENGTH. C PLENDID List of HORSE-FOWERS: Mounted D- Pitts, 4-wheel Woodbury, 2-wheel Woodbury, Down Pitts, Down Climax, one and two horse Sweep, Tread Power. CATALOGUES WITH FULL PARTICULARS of Lmprovements, etc., sent free on appiication. T. C. POWER & CO., Agents. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA Designated Depository of the United States. S. T. HAUSER, - - President. D. C. CORBIN, VicePresident. E. W. KNIGHT, - - - - - Cashier. T. H. KLEINSCIIMIDT, - - Ass't. Cashier. We transact a general Banking business and buy at the highest rates, GOLD DUST, COIN, GOLD AND SILVER BULLION. And Local Securities; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers. Available in all parts of the United States and Can adas, Great Britain, Ireland and the Continent. Colleotions made and proceeds remitted promptly. Diamond City Hotel, ED. BRASSEY, - - Lessee. This widely known and popular hotel is well provided with modern conveniencies; is neat and comfortably titrnished, and the tables are always supplied with the best of everything to be obtained in the market. CHARGES REASONABLE .The public are respectfully invited to call and ex amine Ior themselves. ly 16 FARM AND FREIGIHT WAGONS, Connolly Baggics, Light Spring Wagons, Hollingsworth, Gale, Surprise m:d Reindeer Self-Dumping Hay Rakes. HAPGOOD PLOWS, SOUTHBEND CHILLED PLOWS, SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLS, FANNING MILLS, FAIRBANK'S SCALES, FARM PUMPS, GRAIN AND FLOUR SACKS, Tobacco for Dipping Sheep, BARB FENCE WIRE. General Agents for Montana for WALTER A. WOOD'S Harvesting MIachines, Including SELF BINDERS. WOOD'S IMPROVED MOWERS, DOMESTIC SEWING MACIIINES, ECLIPSE WIND MILLS. Agents for the BENTON LINE OF STEAMERS. Branch House, BOZEMAN, M. T. TO WOOL G1rBOWERS. We have leased a building in Helena, and at the opening of the wool season shall be ready to GRADE AND PACK WOOL, AND RECEIVE WOOL ON STORAGE AND FOR SHIPMENT. We Make Usual Advances on Consign ment + to Our Friends in East ern Markets. BUY AT MARKET VALUE All wool offered, and Pay Cash on Delivery at Helena or Princi pal Shipping Points. E. GIIISAR & CO, San Francisco, February 1, 1,79. 11-.6 G. A. KELLOGG, United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor. aunLaNA, - - - Mfos2AAN