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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 13 June 1878

SONG OF THE CLAY. I lie in state, Insensate clay. And on me,,wait Along aritY That cclebran MVIy festal day. Solemn and slow, About they go, And say as they pace, ,,.What a smile on the face!'' 't3ll may I smile with perfect peace, o reet the hour of my release! Slre the thing that vexed mo fled, Tie stricken mourners murmured.' "Dead I'' .ed- what is dead ? I 110 at rest, Sl nge r driven and distressed; The tvorat will at last is still, That tortured me with good or ill. alive, they said, 'alas, how worn! awsadl the face! how full of scorn!". That was from the soul within, Tormenting me forever; l1estless, weary, sick with sin, Mad with vain endeavor. Now I shall turn to waving grass, .inding to the airs that pass; UIpward mount in flickering.flame; ;Sleep in the dust from whence I canm.; By tarring waves be fiercely hurled; n wndering winds blow round theworld, And fall again To eth earth in rain Soulless motion and soulless rest, ,Jid of my soul, I now am bleatt 00 FORWARD. ver p...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 13 June 1878

RlIEJAW A PRODUCE MARKBET. HELENA, May 2L, 1878. Flour, $4.35. W Wiat, 83.00. tats, $2.75@3.00. J'arley-brewers'-$2.25@2.75. Rarley-feed--$2.00. Bran and Shorts. $1.50}$1.65. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas--seed-$4.00. Butter-50. eggs--40. Cnopped teed-$3.00. Potatoes, $1.75 per ton. Pork-gross--$.00. Pork-net--$10.o0. Chickens,.$10. i$12.00 per .oz. Turkeys, $3.00 3.60 each. Fish--616@20. per lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. Wood. $5.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. NOTICE. The annual session of the Territorial Grange has ;een postponed until the ,last Wednesday in June (26) 1878, at 9 p'clock a. m. pro,mpt, at the hall of Priclty :Pear Grange, Lewis and Clarke county. Infor mation, was received from several delegates t1gt they could not attend on the 5th on ac ecVunt of the round-up, which led the Wmas ,ter to postpone the session in order tlhat a full attendance may be expected. P. B. PILLS, ee'~y. THE TERRITORIAL ORANGE. The high waters, together with the ,busy season, prevented the attenda...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 13 June 1878

P ~TITION TO zGENERAL SHERMA. 'he tollolWing is a copy of a petition to neral Shermant, ow being circulated for natures of people of this county: neral o'n. T. Sherman, United States ry, l'iashilantonl, D. C.: y:rr L:-W\e, the undersigned, citizens -eagher county, Montana, respectfully I ea.nostl beg leave to protest against freqiuelt journeyings through our coun of the Flathead Indians, and submit this, Spetion, for your favorable consideration. -ry of our people are recent arrivals, acd colistautly alarmed by the appearance of tiest' Indians that they, and even older tier eaullot distin~guish from *hostiles. the vicinity of the Muscleshell the dan arising from the frequent appearance of ydly Indians (so called) is very great, in i,ir at times, loss of lite. 'Recently a der lost his life, no doubt through mis "g a party of hostile Nez Perces for ndly Flatheads. They (Flatheads) had n in the habit of visiting his cabin, and probably mistook his murderers for peo of that tribe. ,a or...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 13 June 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. 81 JOHN .Y~ANKLIN. In 1872, while Captain Edward Potter was wintering in Repulse Bay, he obtained a few spoons and other relics of Sir John Franklin's ill-fated expedition from two Esquimaux of the Nechelli tribe. They told him that a party of white men came, a long time before, to the place in the Gulf of Boothia where the Nechelli were then win tering, and all had died there from exhaus tion and want ot.food. This information, which seemed improbable then, was con firmed by later reports. During the pres ent year, however, Tenomas F, Barry, who was with Captain Potter in 1872, brought back the intelligence that while his vessel, the A. Houghton, was wintering last year at Marble Island, in the upper part of Hud son Bay, he obtained from some Nechelli a silver spoon with Franklin's crest on it. These Nechelli told him,exactly the same story respecting the party of white. men that he had heard from others at Repulse Bay five years before. This corroboration led Chief ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 June 1878

ROCK Y MOU TAIN H USBANDlMAN I 10 t. 119aN. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Liv e-stork, Home Reading, and General News. PER SINGLE COPY. VOL. 3. DIAMOND' CITY, M. T., JUNE 20, '78. NO. 31. _LISHIED WEEKLY BY B. N. SUTHERLIN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR TOROci Ao' .OUNT4.TAIN IUSB .NDMIAN 1i designed be ts t rinuamo indicates, a hushzndiininr ii ever"' bef the te:in, embracing in its colsnmus every eo . .t .f Agriculture. Stock-raiVUihg, Iorti 't i !itl and' Domestic Ec, onomy. . l)VER'I ISING RATES. woCks 3 4 10 12 1o 1 2 40 month 5 i 8 12 1 ) 21 40 (10 nths o 1 24 30 b 42 80 12 nths l` 2.5 1 4. v I43 541 63 120 i200 veer 0 0 ( I5 1015 180 2,50 '. i.slent 1-idvel'tisenient.s IRpvatle in'navance. Ile,{har :)dvertisemouts payablo quuarterly. Tweuty-live per cent. added for speceul advertise. AGRICULTURAL. As the season grows oldeir the war upon e grasshoppers becomes more gener l all ver the Territory. On the Missouri valley e conflict has been long and fierce. Theli oppers came out earl...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 June 1878

R. 1N. SUTIHERLIN, Editor. !THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1878. THR recent effort of our Delegate in Con gress in behalf of the frontier is his most masterly speech of the ses.sion, and cannot be too highly regarded by the people for whom it was made.. The proposed reduc tion of the army could not .prove otherwise than detrimental to the interests of the Ter ritories, as here is where the removal of the garrisons would begin,; although our fron tiersmen would not be the greatests suffer ers. A pepple who are inured to frontier, life, who marched across the plains with ox. teams, every day's journey contested; who have had to make forts of their isolated tarm houses, building bastions, look-outs, under ground passages, etc., and who have braved every danger incident to savage warfare for a dozen or more years, are well prepared to flght it out for a lifetime, rearing their sons. and daughters,to the same hardy, fearless discipline. But, it is the homeless, "go west young man" of the States who ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 June 1878

.nt pDaiC Co., No. 14 South Commorci.al turd ayre our authorized agents to tran il~O~j iusineicontract for advertilsng, and to th sbiv er SbCITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. t. Stnted Communications held attheir Hall, io aemond City, on the second and foarth .iturndz of each month. Sojourning 'Sat5 --5 codiallv invited to attend. brothers LEOPOID MARKS, W. M. TEcKER, Secretary )jrs. Nolan made a brief visit' to Helena e past week. J.T. Moore had a fine colt drown in Smith ver a few days ago. Win. aVllitig went over to Smith river o0ndaY to attAed the round-up. smith river flocks, so far as heard from t averaging over five pounds to the fleece. jKroft & Fleming received sixteen head of )eefcattle from our Smith river stock men I st Monday. '1The circular race track in course of conl tr.ction at the White Sniphur Springs,' is vearing comipletioln. There is an Australian shepherd at the White Sulphur Springs who, it is stated, can hear 125 sheep in one day. :Sheep shearing is progress...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 June 1878

LIVE STOCK. OnR stock ranges are wonderfully nutri ,til4is, extend over a vast area of country, and under ordinary .pasturage are, Lexhaus tible. Stock roam, our. hills and vall ys from flowery spring until., spring again, without care to their owners, save the whooping of them into a corral during .the summer and the, marking aid branding of the Increase. . 'he same range .which has been fed upon the entire year through for the past ten years, still. grows a -heavy crop and shows no. signs of wearing -out. There are thpusands of cattle, horses,, and sheep on,~.r valley, yet the necessity has not. occuprred for the utilizing of our :high mountain ranges which are far the .hest when r 9t,.covered, with snow. Although scarcely half of the pastoral , lands of oursttled valleys have not been.h~qught into use, and many valleys are wholly, usoc cupied, there arrises murmurs in some quarters as to the eneroacthment of, one branch of stock husbandry .upon another. Now, this is all imaginati...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 June 1878

ROE E URCLE. IT .NEVER PA YS. It never pays to fret and growl When fortune seems our foe; The better bred will push ahead And strike the braver blow. For luck is work, And those who shirk Should not lament their doom, lBut ield the-play, And clear the way, That better men have room. It never pays to wreck the health In drudging after gain; And he is sold who thinks that gold Is cheape4t bought with pain. An humble lot, A cosy cot, Have tempted even kings, . or station high, 'l'hat wealth will buy, Not oft contenmnent brings. It never pays! a blunt refrain Well worihy of a song, For age and youth must learn this truth, .That notling pays that's wrong. The good and pure Alone are sure ,To bring. prolonged success, While what is right In Ileaven's sight, .Is always sure to bless. Itten for the Rocky Mountain Husbandman.] .CIIOOSING A WIIE. word oi this subject is always in order, isasually welcome to that branch of the an race to whom the choosing falls. advice first is, don't choose i...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 June 1878

PATRONS OF HUSBIANRY. IOTICE. ,:The annual session "of the Territorial Grange has been postponed until the last Wednesday in June(26) 1878, at 9 o'clock a. m. prompt, at the pall of, Prickly, Pear Grange, Lewis and Clarke cpupty. I nfr mation was received from several delegates that tlýey coptlsl not attend on the 5th on ac count of the r9upad-up, which led the mas ter to postpone the session in order that a full attendance may be expected. P. B. MILLs,.Sec'y. THE GOQD, OF THE GRANGE. Books and pewspapers are the blessings of the farmners household, and if they are not appreciated farmers will have themselves to thank if they do not keep up with the times in which they live. The organization of the grange meets a want which has long been felt among farm ors. There las ilitherto been tQo little of the social epement among us. Our children, no less than ourselves, have felt this and it has done its share to make them discontented with agricultural pursuits, and induced them to seek em...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 June 1878

A SCOUT. Th fbllowing is a brief account of the tnbles of a scout fromn Camp Baker in arch of the Flathead Indians supposed to in this section : Inne'liately after the, reported appear ce of Indians among the horse herds in aver flat, about two weeks since, Lieut. der. accompanied by Chas. T. Rader, Snion-comumissioned officers rind six pri tes, proceeded to Beaver Flat, M.ontana, t miles distant, and found there three dres of Fathead Indians, and learned that ese threc were a part of an encampment seven. ''The other four lodges were. led Antoine. The chief among the Indians the three lodges was Azak, who had been rted killed on top of White's Guleh di leby Captaill Clifford's party on May th. Azak (lid not know where the other ,'lodges had gone. Disarming the [u ns he told Azak that his people would veto accompany him to Camp Baker. ter a slight hesitancy the Indians pulled vw their lodges and went with him to Post. where they remained until they re allowed to proceed to Missoula. ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 June 1878

IISCELLANEOUS. DIAMONDS. The diamond, as we all know, is compos ed of pure carbon crystalized, and is the hardest substance known. Like most other jewels it is found generally in granitic gne iss, and in torrents of rivers or in alluvial deposits that are worked for gold.. Distrib uted more or less over the whole world, it is in tropical countries, however, that this most prized of the "flowers of the mineral kingdom" (as gems have been called) iý principally found.: Indeed, it would seem that where the sun shines with most splen dor, where the animal and vegetable crea tion put on their most gorgeous colors, there also, in the depths of the earth, this gem as sumes its largest proportions, an sparkles with its greatest brilliancy. The diamond was lohg known in Asia, in Hindostan, Borneo, Stumatra, and in the Ural Mountains before it was discovered elsewhere ; the district from C~ipe Comorin to the Bay of Bengal, including: the famous mines of Golconda, furnishing the world until 17...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 June 1878

0CKY MOUNTAIN III SBA)NDMAN ,OCKY -.,dc------L'- -- otBI46- 3 A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. I rS1 IN C Ots DIAMOND CITY, M. T., JNE 27, ' COPY. DZ0. 3. DIAMwOND CITY, M. T., JUNE 27, '78. NO. 32. FL.I1ED WEKIILY BY N. SUTHERLIN, EDITO1 AN1 PROPrI ETORt oCKguIONTAIuN HuISBANTNaMIN is designed hle name intlicatesl,L liu-ub,indintn iL. every asth tor, -entbr ,cli fg in it.s co'i:nlns every fthe fr .,grioulturo , Stock- ir:.in.-g, Itorti ·n 1. 1ti 19 21 oon 60 S 40 60 75 90 1 105 180 250 Ie.-'.dCrtiseme---t pav-tile in advance. ryaCdvertisements payasble qturterly. ty,-l.ve per cent. added for speeil advertise Ai RIULTURAL. ,,,u>s who have planted orehards this o must remember that there is some more than planting req1hired to make rccess. The selecting ot a suitable lo and proper planting is of first import but the attention and care of the trees no means a small consideration. - The d must be fenced separate from the and no stock allo...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 June 1878

Tie Rocky Mouiltain Husbandman. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. 'ItIIURSDAY, .JUNE 27, 1878. O;r: next issue comes upon the 4th of .lulv, a national holiday, in consequence of whOic· we will onlyissue a legal edition upon tha.,t 'i. The life of a printer, though gen erally thought not physically laborious, is very wearing on both body and 'mind, and an ,(+::asional holiday becomes a necessity. -ince we are so situated that it is difficult to yet s.ubs" to carry on business while the regular office hands are having a rest (even shoild the editor never weary), and as we only ask this indulgence once a year, we i rust patrons will bear with us patiently, for "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." Wi: begin to fear that the good old times when the people of Montana could leave their latch string hanging out with perfect security are passing away. The. number of thefts are increasing rapidly, arid it is now getting dangerous for our ranch lnen to leave their cabins without fastening when...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 June 1878

'- c- o. 14 South Commercial t "t' ure o 1r autt ,rizel agents to tran st i.e,, contract for advertiding, and to su-critin- S :DCITY LODGE No. 71, A. F. and A. X. tDIt oummunlica tions 'held at their Hull, s.tted Co ity, on the second and fourth in Diat..i of each month. Sojourning aturdiays..ordially invited to attend. brothers are- Ia'OLD, MARKS, W. lM. T KFcR, Aecr(t' rSt " _ _ -_ . CoOk was in tolwn the past week. T.ells ,rried edfrom Benton last with his faunily. . Collis an J. . Marks were pas rs on Tue day's coach for hielena. Walters was over from (arms creek ay for (lour and other famuily supplies. e result of this season, thus far, goes to that the earliest sown grain is succeed Marks has sold a large 1)t of goods to 'nith river stock .ment during the past lays t. Tubbs, Samuel Allebaugh tnd Geo. work were over from Thompson gulch week. T. Moore, ot Smith river, was. over the week for tamily supplies and barrels to butter in. e great weakness of most people is that neighbo...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 June 1878

THE DAIR Y. MANAGElENT OF THE BUTTER DAIRY. Mrs. John T. Ellsworth, of Barre, Mass., after pointing oi. twhat kind of a cow to se lect, how to arrange dairy rooms, the order utensils rhould be kept in-points we have often given to our readers, and about, which there is no controversy-gives the follow ing treaties on butter-making : SETTING MILK. To say how, or in what kind of a pan to set milk, would perhaps be assu~lng too much, but I will say, without hesitation, that in my opinion the porpest and most la borious way to'set milk is in the six, quart pans so commonlyused. iIn our dairy we ' use the "Empire State" pan, and have nev er seen any other kind for which y'e would be willing to exchange. Under ordinary circumstances ttiirty-pix hours is long enough for the milk to stand bef.re skim ming; in cold weather it may be,well to let it remain twelve hours longer. .It is not ad visableto let cream r'enain on milk too long, exposed to the air, simply.to inerepe the quantity, at the ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 June 1878

SHOM CIRCLE. . SOMF, BI!I3 YS MOTHER. The woroan.was old and ragged and grey Aid bent with the chill,of the winter's'day. The street was wet with a recent snow, And the woman's feet were aged and slow. she stood at the crossing and waited long, Alone, uncared for, amid the throng. of human beings who passed her .by, Nor heeded the glance pf her anxious eye. sown the street, with lughter and shout, Glad in the fpeeom of ' school let.qut." Came the boys like a flok of sheep, ;iailing the snow piled white and deep. passed the wqlnan so old and gray. 'Iatened the children on their way. ,Nor ofered a helping hand to her, .So ~aeek, so timid, afraid to sti r. iLJest tb *carriage wheels or the horses' r4et , Should crowd her dowq-in the slippery street. At last came,ope of theplerry troop -'The gayest laddio of all:the group. He paused beside her, and whispered low, , +'11 help you, across if you wish to go."' Her aged hand on his strong young arm 8Sh0 placed, and so, without hurt or harsh...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 June 1878

HELENA PRODUCE IARKET. IIELENA, June 24, 1878. The markets have been steady for the past few weeks, showing but little change since last quotations. The following are th! ruling figures this morning: Flour, $4.50. WYh:ant, ..,3.00. Oats. $2.75(@,2.90. Barley-hbr,, ew,ºrs'-$2.7i5(j3.00. Barley-teed-$2.50. Bran and Shorts-None in the market. Pe. os-ch oluppedI--$2.30. Paes--seed--$4.00. Butter-25. Eggs-40. Cholped teed-$3.00. Potatoes, $2.50 per cwt. Pork-gri ss--$S.00. Pork --net--$10.00. Chickens, $10.00@$12.00 per doz. 'L'urkeys. $3.00@~3.50 each. F'islh-1(@20c. per lb. Ihay- $10.00 per ton. Wood. $5.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANRY. Dormant granges in Georgia are resum ing work as laborers in the patrons' cause. riThe Virginia Patron reports the cause as making good progress in that Mtate. ,Co operative stores are in successful operation in Berryville and Charlestown. The Patrons Fire 'Relief association, of Chatanqua county, N. Y., i reported to be ,,making good progress, receivi...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 June 1878

co5- 3ESSLbiO LEGISLATION AFFECT ING MONTANA: o the Montana ~regs : The tollowing bills" touching Montana linked: The Timber bill. The Cai,t Certiticates bill. .al.in, U. S. Assayers Assistant 'Treas irers of the United States. Au thtorizing the Utah Northern Railroad 6 build via Port Ne'. For the survey of the Yellowstone river. For the improvemenet of the Assay otHico hd rrounds', $10,000; running expernses, 1i,000. For the Northern Post, (on the M:arias, probably,) $100,000. For a tchl graph line from Bismiarck and haiiwoovI to Bozemilan. $50,000. For the Upper Missouri river, $-0.000. For tral in tlh, National Park, $10,000. Fir hind :inrveys in the Territories, the btlk of w,;,).0{)0i . The l,. i)g bills are throug'h one house t wtl W s at the short session : 'o', n" i'iono to the voltiriteers. T', ! the IP.nitenii:try. F';: v:',li ef of WYheeler and McCor :\ ,i lar appropriations for sala ri :., etc., were p- sed. 'I:, ,,,,r of lrembers (it the Legisla tri-' t4':! hbeeln rV'(l...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 June 1878

IISCELLANEOUS. BUSINESS FOR LADIES. Our. attention has been called to a new ar ticle for the use of ladies, the invention of which has conferred an everlasting blessing upon every lady. We refer to the Queen City skirt suspenders for supporting ladies' skirts, the most desirable and beneficial ar ticle ever invented for the relief of women, many of whom have suffered years of mis erable health caused solely by carrying the weight of a number of heavy skirts, coin pletely dragging them down. Something to support ladies' clothing is absolutely nec essary. These suspenders are recommend c1 by our leading _physicians, to all ý ladies and young girls. Every lady.,should have them. They are sold only through lady agents. A splendid opportunity is offered to some reliable lady canvasser of this coun ty to secure the agency of a. pleasant and profitable business. *For termsand territo ry write at once to the Queen City Suspen der Company, 278 Clark street, . Cincinnati, Ohio. HOW TO SIT.':....

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
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