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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 11 July 1878

(CKY MOUNTAIN HIISBANDMAN /./ ...... --10 Cts. f; .O oO A Journal Detoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Rome Reading, and General News. PER SINGLE COPY. 0.. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., JULY 11, '78. O. 34. = • wnn mu nn 1' +I • no unn m n mm m m um u m u nm an n-nm w n - . . . . . . . SUTHERLIN, EDITOI AN1) P ItOPilITOU oy~INTAIN }IUSJBANDMAN is designed iou .na e waote°, a husbhwLltn:l u. every t*. ne 1o, ilracing in its co 'li s every -eati t e,ri, r ulture, Stock-r.aii..g, iforti ,ýci n, n e I ..)Itic Ecnonmyv. AIVl'WIi,1 'G ltA'IE9._ATES. ..._. ..-. - -- · -. -- ---- s - 10' I. 15 28 40, iOII 24 , 0 * " 0 120 1 25 3 4 54 (5 120 200 S40 ( 75 90 10 51 180 2.50 I;- vlv .rtiseme..lt p Lav liie in advance. rh, aertisements 1 ly:114 ly luu terly. .2ve per cent. added for spec,.1 advertise tine for making hay is drawing neaitr. 0son will begin about the middci of and lasts until the frost ruins "'the in the fall. rThere is no crop about im that requires as much care in say the hay crop, and ...

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. — 11 July 1878

T7he Rocky Mlonlltain Husbanllan. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1878. MONTANA, contrary to what would be ex pected of a mountain country, is possessed of the best natural wagon roads of any State or Territory in the Union. These stretch along our valleys, and wind across our -mountain ranges ,at easy grade,".and though they do not always measure the shortest distance between points, have been adopted on account of being the most prac tical, and in most cases passable, without imrprovement. These have generally been in good condition the entire year through, and during the summer, fall and winter are remarkably good. But of late years, since our springs are becoming more seasonable, we find that our roads need improvement to answer the demands of the country. Spring is our most important freighting season, and the country cannot afford to have its business retarded at this important time for the amount necessary to put our roads in such shape as would make them passable...

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. — 11 July 1878

o 14 South Comer o authorized agents toira- i , "ontrat for ad ertlsing, andto t Eo7 A. F. and A. M. Somunications hold attheir Hall, nd C uyon the sondnd fotrth ?o n€ech month. Sojourning So ahordially invited to atterid. Stllat a good nmiller can find a sit athe ill creek Flouring Mills. ithof Sith Bros.& McDonald,' Sor two in Diamond this week. pIatterso'a trail passed a few loded with wool for Potter & tshipment of furnishing goods for = otel at the White Sulphur Springs ed at Carroll. yer L.N. Godfrey and A. McGreg SIDilamlond Monday last on their Sto the Metropolis. n, Gilbert Ecker, itends lo nd improving a stock ranch on ver at an early day. ted that Win. Lupold, whose cab a robbed during his absence on the p, lost $500 worth of jewelry. are 30 tons of freight-farm sup s Carroll for Smith river and .3Yus le ranchmlen, shipped by Clendenuing. Goodale has arrived from the with his flock of thoroughbreds. 150 head hle only lost two on the cc mith river train wlich loade...

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. — 11 July 1878

LIVE STOCK. COLT TRAINING. What is needed in brehliing and training colts is kindness, firmness and regularity. Colts can stand a good deali of exercise, if of the right kind. And they need it. An oak cannot be raised'in a flower-pot in a green house. It needs cold and heat, blast and breeze, sunnshine and storm, to develop its roots and branches so it will become the giant tree. And it is pretty much the same with the colt. ,To become a mighty trotter, he must be well broken, he must , have plenty of air and exercise to give him strength and health and power to go tast and long. If loose in the field, see how they run and prance and bite and kick, and seem never to tire of it. See their flanks rise and fall, the breath stream out of their nostrils. Nature has, given them the in stinct to take this exercis?,for their full de velopment. The smallestcolts in the pas tures run in this way, and one would think it would hurt them, but it develops lungs, heart, legs and body. It is needed...

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. — 11 July 1878

T OE IE CIRCLE. NEVER GIVE UP. Oh, never give up, and never get blue, ieep a brave soul ; you'll wheather it through. S'' Never say fail. '' 'Thrice clad in mail " Is the hero who's honest and true. When the weather is dull, and the rain Rolls like white tears on the window pane, ''Never get blue." Light will shine through, And the sun rise in glory again. Though thy losses like tepopest-clouds lower, le a hero ; shrink not from the shower. ''Never despair." Arching the air Is a bow, spanning cottage and tower. What though riches should take wings and flee, And thy lot with the lonely should be, "'Never give up ;" Mixed in the. cup 01 tears are the sweets of tdversity. If the haughty pass by with a sneer, Think not that scorn can eclipse the sj~here. "Never say dly ;'' Let him past by A turn of the wheel may bring him rtear. ,ftrike out and swim through the rolling sea To the shore, where hands are outreaghed to thee. "Never go down ;" IHe will not drown IWhose head is upraised and ...

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. — 11 July 1878

IHELEXA PRODUCE MARKET. HELENA, June 24, 1378. Flour, $4.50. Wheat, X3.00. Oats, $2.75@2.90. Barley-brewers'-$2.75@3.00. Barley-feed--$2.50. Bran and Shorts-None in the market. Peas-chopped-$2.30. P'eas-seed-$4.00. Butter-25. Fgs-40. Chopped teed-$3.00. Potatoes, $2.50 per cwt. Pork-gross-$S.00. Pork-net-$10.00. Chickens, $10.00@$12.00 per doz. 'Turkeys, $3.00()$3.50 each. Fish-16@20c. per lb. HIay- $10.00 per toin. Wood, $5.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. A GRANGER'S INDICTMENT. James Chester, jr., in an address before a Maryland grange a few days ago, returned this indictment against the farmers : I ask the grange to bear with me, while I draw up my indictment against the men of qutr calling. If it be false, let some brother rise and show it to be so. First, I charge that our farmers are wanting in interest in their profession. Secondly, I charge that when partial interest does exist, it is craip ed and confined within the narrow limits of a man's own boundary fence. Again, 1 c...

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. — 11 July 1878

THE BARNACK WAR. SAN FRANCISCO, June 6.-A Portland dis patch says: The news from the Dalles states that James Clarke and party of four teen men were out last Sunday on a scbut ing expedition up the south fork of John Day river, and when about twelve miles Irom its mouth, at Murderer's creek, they cinle upon the Indians, supposed to be 1, 400 strong, who endeavored to cut off the line of retreat of Clarke's party and nearly succeeded in the attempt. The whites de fended theniselves, and one man was killed and two others seriously wounded before the command made its escape. Clarke and two of his men were cut off by the'death of their horses. As soon as the news reached' Canyon city that Clarke was missing, a party of twelve men went to their assist= :ance, coining across Clarke at Cumming's ranch, about two miles from the forks of' John l)ay river, to which point Clarke had succeeded in making his escape. While at this place the Indians nmade anl attack on them and drove them from the...

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. — 11 July 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. THE COFFEE WE. DRINK. During the twenty years ending June 30, 1876, the United States imported over 2,200, 000 tons of coffee, less than 100,000 tons of which were re-exported. During the year ending June 30, 1877, we imported 320,000, 000 pounds of coffee, three-fourths of which came from Brazil. For the twenty years mentioned our consumption of coffee aver aged 200,000,000 pounds a year. Ditring the last five years of the period it was 300, 000,000 pounds. Latterly the relative amout brought from. Brazil has declined, owing to the greater increase in the amount imported from other countries. Last year our coffee account with Brazil exceeded the sum of our exports thither by more thamr $28,000,000. ------ -4CT~ -;-,--- THE HOTTEST SPOT OQN EARTH. One of the hottest regions of the earth is along the Persian Gulf, ;where little or no. rain falls. At Bahrin the arid shore has no fresh water, yet a comparatively numerous population contrives to live there, thanks to copi...

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. — 18 July 1878

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HSBANDIMAN r;44"0 #N IA Journal Deioted to Agricultre, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. P31GL Cto. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., JULY 18, '78. NO.85 [pDbLlSIED WEEKLY 1Y R. N. SUTHERLIN, ED)ITOR AND PROPRIETOR The ROCKY MocNTAIN IIUsBAnNDAN Ia designed to bc he no uc >ne; indlc rtes, u hiusba~lý)ndma iI. every tfl be t) e term, emU)racing in itn (or.arnns every 4. eutacit of Aigricultuie, Stock-ria3 .g, hlorti .IIIV r, Spialand Domestic Economy. LVr)RTFPISUNG RATES. 2 $3 $5 $7 $0 $11|$20 $30 sw ooks 3 4 7 10 12 15 28 40 1month 5 I 12 1.5 19 211 40 00 ntBmnth; 10 10 24 30 ;v 4' 50' 120 1months 15 25 3t 45 14 65 I 120 200. I hear to 40 60 75 90 I0 ]0 180 250 Tr0sient :lvetisernlentA pava iv in advance. letultar :iI vCertisoments payable unn iterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for epeetcl advertise. ARIIIJ~LTU1RALI JUDICIOUS TREE PtANTINd. More than half the trees yearly planted art located so absurdly that after a few fears' growth they are sure to become a...

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. — 18 July 1878

e Rocky Ifountail lusbaiihinka. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, JULY 18. 1878. THE authorities of Meagher county are petltioning the powers that be for the estab lishment of a military camp on the Muscle shell at once, and for the establishment of a permanent Post there as early as possible. The Muscleshell valley is fully 70 miles in lengt)i":and from 40 to 50 in width, and ug surppssed any where for pastoral advantages; besides, any crop grown anywhere inMon tana may be grown here with good success. Stock men are gathering in from all quarters and settling it up, men are moving thither, with their wives and childret. and all their worldly effects, and they are.deserving of protection from the general government, tn addition to this, Carrolk is becoming a place of commercial impgrtance to Eastern Montana, and the freight upon, this road should not be left1 at the mercy of hostile, ralds,. In, 1874 Camp Lewis was established for the protection .of the,Diampntd R Tran$ portation C...

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. — 18 July 1878

- ý,jPaiC' $ CO., No. 14 South Commenrcial tois are our authorized agents to tran 'Siib sif, contract for advertisinig, aa4 to 4~jv sbscri Lions. pXOD CITY LODENo.7 A. P. auni&.X. St od it n the second tadEotirth Saturdays of each month. Sojouirning brothers are cordially invited to attend. LEOPOLD MARKS, W. M. G:LBSRT EcKcEn Secretary. General prosperity reigns tlihoyghout t Montana. Berrying parties still continue to bring in luscious fruit. Mrs. Wallace, of Helena, passeU over to the Springs last week. Marks & Patterson's train passed Iloaded with lumber for Camp Baker again this week. The growing crop on Smith river looks 1 fine. The 'hoppers have doneilt but little' or no harm. Mrs. Frank Ellis, of Smith river, was over last week, visiting the home ones on Confederate. J. E. Hall has located a ranch on the Musoleshell, and will engage in tilling the soil and dairying. A conundrum for miners-why isdit tat thunder affects a certain kind of bed-rodk~so that it cannot be cl...

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. — 18 July 1878

LlIV STOCLK AGED BROOD MARES. We have an account from t Kansas paper s as follows: "Most of the.old settlers in the a county know of pan ..Smith's dun mare s ?ashion, which he broughthere with him t eighteen years ago last fall. He has owned 0 her ever since she was a suckling colt,, and r she is now 24 years old. lie reports the re- i markable fact that Tuesday night she foaled s her twentieth colt.., She had her first colt s when 3 years old, and one each succeeding y year for nineteen years. Last year she had none, but now she has her twentieth colt l by her side. We doubt if this can be equal- ] ed in the annals of horseflesh. If it can, 4 we want to hear it. Mr. Smith has raised all these colts to maturity, and from them I has realized $2 400 in cash, and has four i bead still lett The span of dun, horses owned by crane & Wightman are #tpart of this mare's wonderful progepy. Mr. Smith proposes tL,,keep Fashion as long as she has breath." To this :a correspondent of the, Chi...

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. — 18 July 1878

BEAUTIFUL. THIN1GS. 4ful faces are those that wear tRoersu little if dark or fair o1e-souled honesty printed there. caitifiLl eyes are those that show, ie crystal. panes where hearth-firCa.glow, utinil t sughts that burn below. eatiftul lips are those whose words p fromnlhe heart like songs pt birds, a bo1c, utterance prudence girds. eautif~tl sands are those thattdo ark that is earnest, brave and true, onentby moment the long day through. esutiful feet are those that.go a kindly minstries to and fro own lowliest ways; if.God wills it so. Beatiful shoulders are those that bear 'osseless burdens of horwely care Vith patient grace and daily prayer. eautifnl lives are those that bless Silent rivers of happiness, 'hose bidden fountain but few may guess. eantiftil twilight, at set of sun, eautiful goal, with race well run, eautiful rest, with work well done. eautiful grave, where grasses creep, hereprown leaves fall, where drifts lie deep, ver worn out hands-oh, beautiful slqepi BAP.D SO...

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. — 18 July 1878

PATROIS OF HUSBANDRY. A aessign pf tjie .Teriqripl , range will ,aplpl at the V al of .Cowpr1mise Grange, It Twil Bridges, , adi§on goggy, on Thurs day, August 1st,; 18Z8, at 2,,o'clock p., iI. ~prompt. A KulI 4ttgugance la expected. SP. .MILLS, Sec'y. FROX EOR GREEK. EDITOR j1UBSANDMAR: Having a few leisure, moments to. scrIb ble a few lines, 1 thought I would address them to you. There was quite a rain and hall storm here not, long since, which, to gether with the grasshoppers, have pretty near destroyed all Hof the garden stuff, but the grain is not hurt, and field crops are looking pretty well. The grange meets regularly every, two weeks. I'There, must be something very fas clnating about the grange, the members be ing so eager to go. Always when grange day comes there is a rush to get ..oft, but they are sure not to take us, ittle folks along. I don't think it ip fairflhat we, can't ,go and have a good tlne, too. Our people, hac a big .pic-tic on the. Fourth, which, like. .ever...

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. — 18 July 1878

BEWRITTE?. e Orangemen's celebratibrt at Tor n the 12th passed off quietly. e Oraly men had a street parade in elphia on the 12th. It was one of the ver wade. nor Cairoli, Prime Minister of Italy, tin, himself to bring about'au inter 1l exhibition at Rome in 1881. z has pronounced against a railway ting Mexico with the United States, uses to admit the contract agreed up sis predecessors. nn W. Bowker, of Boston, Cashier of ght departmvent of the Eastern Rail bandoned his offlice recently, and al 1vestigation shows lie is a defaulter mount of $20,000. Albertis, the Italian explorer of New describes the people whom he saw recent journey tip the Fly river as itully dressed with white feathers, ir bodies painted in many colors." dispatch dated St. Louis July 13, There were ten new cases of sun this morning and four deaths. The r is still blazing hot, the mercury gin the business part of the city at 'to 100. barge with two thousand beehives is afloat in the Mississippi, and is to ed up a...

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. — 18 July 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. REPTILES AND INSECTS IN AUSTRALIA. The reptiles are really beautiful-croco diles in the north and snakes, lizards, scor pions and centipedes in the south. I shall not readily torget the sensation I experi enced when one night a huge black centi pede, eight inches long, crawled upon my neck with his horrible 64 legs and made his way to my feet leisurely much .to my dis gust, and though lie was prclmbly only a few seconds I thought hinm slow: He is in the museum at Adelaide, with all the whis ky he can drink. Insects are wondertully prolific-mouisqitoes and flies being particu larly abundant. The -native children are sometimes hardly recognizable, so complete ly are they covered with flies, filling their eyes, noses and mouths. When eating, it requires dexterous maneuvering to get a piece of meat into pine's mouth without its complement of tlies. Spiders are very com mon, as also are lints, the tarantula being the most formidable of the former, and the bulldog-ant the w...

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. — 25 July 1878

OCKY MOUNATAIN HJUSBANDMAN A o"p .. I 1 Jojuriel Devoted'to Agric!iture, Lie-stock'.IonYditeadlng, and General News. 1PR s811 coPT. L. g DIAMOND IT, T J Y 25, '. NO. 0L. 8. DIAMOND CIT ; , Mi. T., jULY 25, '78. NO. 86. me ·· tim in · .i m i tn tm m m ta m BLI8IIE D WEEKLY By R. N. SUTHERLIN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR 8IROCKY ArorTrAIN HUBANDMAxN is designed as the nnllie indicates, a husbandman A, every o th ter embracing in its columns every rtmetlt of 0 riculture, Stock-raiciLg, Horti are. Soial an Domestic Economv. AVERTISING RATES. $2 $ $5 7 $9 11 $20 $30 3 4 7 10 12 15 28 40 out 5 8 12 15 19 21 40 60so 10 161 24 30 36 42 80 120 1nt 25 36 4. 54 65 1201 00 r 30 40 601 751 90 105 18 250 aient advertisemedtis parable In advanci. egilar alvc|,tisements pTyalble quarterly. nty-ive per cent. added for vpecal advertise. t$ _..- ________ _____________ AGRICULTURAL. SOMETHING RADICA.iLY VRWONG. Ve say there is soniethifig radically wrong the farming of nine-tenths'ot our pretend agriculturis...

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. — 25 July 1878

S11tu Rocky IIUULUUta l Husbandman. It. N. SUTHEILIN, Editor. T'rIURSDAY, JULY 25, 1878. EVERY new'spaper and almost every day's telegrams contain accounts of fatal cases of sun-stroke in the East. In some of the large cities twenty and thirty cases have been re ported in one (lay, and in St. Louis alone the number of fatalities in one week amount ed to 1-15. Iorses, too, are suffering much, and many have died. Here in Montana suin-stroke is unknown, and even in the hot test part. of the summer it is ditlicult for Montanians to realize the fact of people sinking in the street and dying under the heat. In our warmest days-and we have very few which are at all unpleasant from this cause-there is generally a cool breeze, and the air of the mountains is so light that even when the heat is at its maximum it is seldom oppressive, while our invariable cool nights afford ample opportunity for a sutli clency of "tired n'iture's sweet restorer." If the people of the East, who are just now swe...

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. — 25 July 1878

jocAL Nr 3WS. &Co.,'No. 1414 South Commercial P. Iýic are our authorized agents to tran cu 6u stc'3' contract for advertising, and to OND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. st:lted Communications held at their Hall, in tamoed C ity, on the second and fourth s.tnrdiys of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordiall invited to attend. Lrote eEO'O LD MIARKS, WY. M. .F. II:a'te wejit to the Calpital ol a icss trip 'l'hursdaI:y. Jeriey McCa'tya' Pat Gritlin, of th(' issri . llul'ey were in town this week. jp. Hilliý and Mat. Fordein are still pip on Diumonvl her with good prospect,. Nate Miaiuinriflg has left Diamond aind l led the life of a granger for solme onths_. --------- .E. 'Tierney, the prosperous Inere:hant Canton, made a short visit to Dia'mond st T'uesday A terml of sclool has been commenced at e puck creek school house. Miss Lola ckering is the teacher. Linville & Allebaugh, on Monday last. d their one-halt interest in No. 4 gulch aim to James King. We learn from good ...

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. — 25 July 1878

LIVE STOCK. SALT NECE88ARY TO ANIMAILS. The true value of salt for feeding to ani mals is neither as well understood nor ap preciated as it should be by a large class of farmers, and the best mode of feeding is too frequently ignored, even when its impor tance is tully admitted. That it is actually required by animals, is shown by the amount of salt contained in the blood of the hutr.ai species, it beiig fully one-halt of one per ce.t. and 671 per cent, of the ashes of blood. Investigation has proved that where salt is supplied with.the food, this propor tion is invariable, and where not supplied, other parts of the system rmust supply the deficiency, to their injury. ,What is true of the human species is, ,qually true of our farm stock and animals,. which suffer the same troubleswhen deprived of salt. When the equilibriumnot any part is disturbed, the whole system is weakqned, and the animal becopmes liable to disease, and the system succumbs when attac}ted. Salt is a great aid to ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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