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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 15 August 1878

OCKOY IONTINN HIUSBANIDMAN ----- - --- - --- - - - , ;nT. j A Journal lez oted to Agricnlture Llve-stock, Rome Reading, and General News. t PER SINGLE; COPY. ýOýL. .o DIIOAND CITY, MI. T., AUGUST 15, '7S. NO. 39. _..,. va vx~acm'.JY;`;s-itfRu ']r.M/.Fa V6 ; G -w· - -l~lql ' ~l N'2w r ' N6 -n¢!P{.'4cV-· C s 4 ý~ rya ý ý ý ý li 'a',* Ilk t. I) L ý` ]I L (tl " ;la l " 1etý iut"llt~ii, tý' -, Uit' t) 0 I. 4) ('' 'i ' (-L ), t 1'> 1 11 4- i '-, 11"1 I: 4 I R 4 L I ? 44 v:-'nt- p-y(b.,to)teh 44404K MC~'FRLUL~RL. 'ill!: \'.'(44't Iy.,ork Of the 14 [4 1 lg'eS (5 ; i'I ',. Al l lx ::4ti4 4.4'U-(444014 t,4i44.t, a0441 th 4):))))) gr)w:4 ing '41(04! tel' Of (0u 4'] y i' 44 44404' leave .td :il 4t'lld4)1444') t ten crops of1 *'1 kind'. Local4 'I~o;,pr4-4' dil iiiitocI (1 444L e int tl:;!e jo%, ' ill. o l'4n((1 4404 t'44 n,)( 1vet .1 4(1e ;u!º th (i- ti to -4444(º bite 5.vt';)t4 , hatt evn (time 4 )'>t 114214 are'(' '111 :44i'o'd440C0 t44:f'.:'4 4)441)4 itiv.. I'.' 111::ik4g is now f'il' -...

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. — 15 August 1878

Al Ro Rcki y IR itail Husbandman. R. W. SUTH.ERLIN, Editor. TFILRSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1878. As our country becomes more flourishing and our people, wealthier, happier, and mdre contented, the prospects for railroad connection Witl the oursile world brirhten. Bia:ri'ck plper:i assert that there is a pros pect of New York capit:llits taking hold of the Northern'l Peiti and completing tle qYellowstone di\visionl. Survey parlies for the Urtah nd Nolrtlriir are looking oul t a route for that road into the hIe:irt. of our Territo-~. A4 on r IiIsinuess inlr(aes,. and our population grow., Itlhesc liiiie will find it tO tleilr i .nterest to pillºsl on Ito our h si ness centllres. Already tlIle It aflle of the Ter ritory would gt o far towal"ds salltailiig a roa Id. ONE of the miostR illt)mportant. diities t,.at de volves upon a citizen of ta rLpublldi is the duoty Ie owes to his country. This is not merely to do battle for it in tii Iimes of war, o guarl its institutions from foreign enilroalch...

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. — 15 August 1878

ý* pR-cý ýý Co., No. 14 South.Commercial Loi. aL P 'ire our authorized agents to tran . se IISt,1°s, contract for advertising, and to S.-rib ,Cri ption s-_-, LIQD CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. ]gNStated Communications held at their Hall, in Diamond City, on the second and fourth tuin rdai Y of each month. Sojourning brother are cordially invited to attend. b LEOPOLD nMARKS, W. 4M. (rLBRT ECKEI, ,cretPry. Calnidates for office will be announced in these columns for ten dollars. The turniture for the new hotel at the White Stilphur Springs has artrived. J. F. Hlayden, of the Maullson valley, will rilm a new steait thresher this season. August Foller, of Helena, has been spend ing a few days the past week with his Dia mlond frienls. ,Some of the firmers opposite Fish creek had ripe grain fields and began harvesting on the 5tli i.st. Golds5mith Maid's time has been beaten at Buffalo by Ramrs, who made a mile with a single skip iin 2:13). R. E. Linklield came over from Smith river, a...

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. — 15 August 1878

LIVE STOCK. TRAINING A COLT. Gen. Geddes, of the Iowa Agricultural College, in answer to a question recently made the following remarks about the early training of colts : The toal should see man, and become ac customed to his presence from his birth. A lasting control over the snimal my be gain ed in the following way: As soon as the foal is droplped, or a minute or two after, assist hiln in his effort to rise, by placing the arms round his breast and hips. He will reist the handling, but it niimust be con tinued until tile foal is steady and square on his leg<. lie must not be allowed to get away from you or the lesson is lost, but as soon as le ik perfectly quiet, release the hold on him very gradually, retire from him~ a few paces, andi his first anid wost effectual lesson of human mastery is received. When the colt is weeks 4 old, he should be broken to the halter. This should be made of light material and fitted properly to his head so that it can be enlarged from time to t...

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. — 15 August 1878

I".E IGHITS OF WOMEN. ,hc right to dry the fiuling tear, SI right to .ecll the rising fe( r; ei right to Cmoothe the brow ot care, Swilper comlfort to dcsp:tir. Tye right to 1watch the parting breath, ', 9o)tl :and c(hecr the bed tf tdeit!h, If.he r`it hen earihly hopes all fail, 'to pOin to Ihat within the rall. The right the wanderer to reclaim, .n,1 win the lost frllm 11aths of shame; I'he right to cmllnort an to bless the Widow and the fatherless. 'The riht the little ones to guide, in simple faith, to Iim who died. With earnest love and gentle praise To ble-.c and cheer their youthful days. The right to live for those we love, The ri h( t:) die tihat love to prove: The ,icrht t brighlten earthily hoimes Witth 1,e,:a'ut ýntiles and gentle .one.;. Are theiC thy rights ? then use them well; Thi silcnt .: iince noine can tell. f !hec hie .ti 1 why ark faor 1mlore- 'thou lhst en logh to ,an swe f ir. SO WING. A wondei'ful thing is seed 'he o0e' tlhing det tiless foreverl The 0one th...

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. — 15 August 1878

EURIA tE A PRQDUe MARK.ET. Haa.pwA. Aug. 12, 1815. The markets since our last report have been steady, and open this morning with a (lr demand, but price@ show a slight decline trom previous quotations : F1 mr-XX--$3.00;, XXX chole-$3.50 • 4.00. Wheat, 42.25. Oats. $2.75@2.80. Barley--bre Wers'-$2.50. Barley!-teed--$2.00. Bran and Shorts-$1.65. Penas-choplpel-$2.30. . Pe;s--sced-$.O00. Ebtter-30. Ezgcrs--40. ' Chopped teed-$3.00. Potratoes-$1 .503$2.00 Pork-giro.ss-$s.00. Pork--net-$10.00. Chickens, $4.00@$0.00 per doz. Youno (nickený--$5.00@$6.00. 'I'u rkeys. $:3.00@$3.50 each. Fishl-16@20c. pIer lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. New hlvy-$p.00. Wood, $5.00 perc rd. -~~ ---- BUTTE. PRODUCE MARKET. BUTTE, M. T., Aug. 12, 1875. The following figures rule the markets of the Silver City this morning: Floulr-bhest-$4.50. W heat--$3@$3.50. Oats-$3.50. L, yv-$12.00. Potatoes--$2.50. Bu tter-30e. Eggs--50c. Cheese-1-"@20c. 'ran and Shiort.s-none in the market. . Vegýcrtalhes-·-elling at fair prioes...

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. — 15 August 1878

TIM T "RITORY. J lnin Abascal, Esq., who came from tto Wednesday met one of the Utah rthert surveying party who had been in toe and was going toward Brown's idge to meet the rest of his party, now iumably surveying in that vicinity. lie Utah Northern now reaches Oneida 7:40'0 pi. . and the Montanai coaches start rth lnl hour after, arriving here at 6 to 7 u*. o the third day, lna:kilng the stage a Troin Onaela two days and 22 hours. isis shortening up of traveling time 14 tis, aid by close coinec3tioni gives as tern imail one day later. It is rumored at train will soou be put on tlhe Utah rthern which will still imiaprove matters. elve hours might be saved if the U'ah rti erl connected close at Ogden instead ying over night.--New Nh'orth West, on. V. E. Bass caume down last Monday i, s he has rtceatly returned from a trip Sthe new.roadt, we interviewed him as ispr:ctical utility as a highway. When Bass started on his return trip he ship Spart of his g )ods by the old route, and s..r...

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. — 15 August 1878

MIiCELLANEOUS. COSTS OF SILVER AMALGAMATION. From several of the prominent Nevada silver mines we learn that the cost of the wear per ton of ordinary silver ore upon the amalgamating pans in general use varies from 60 to 65 cents, and that from 1 to 1I pound of quicksilver per ton is lost in slimes and fluring, each pound carrying off with it about $1 worth of silver. In some in stances the pans are supplemented by in clined tables, covered with qtuicklilver coated copper which arrest a portion of the slimes. It seems to us that something better than even thik co:nbination could be devised, which should cost less and be more effec tive and economical in its working-sotute thing partaking of the nature of each. Let us imagine, for instance, two or more cop per lined troughs, set side by side and con necting near the ends, each furnished with a copper bladed screw made to revolve there in close to the bottom, and that both the lining and blades be coated with mercury, a quantity of wh...

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. — 22 August 1878

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIUSBANDMAN `.OM S A Joninal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Rome Reading; and General News. PEER -sGL. C OPY. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, Mf. T., AUGUITST 22, '78. NO. 40. U)L[SIIED 'WEEKLY BY 8, N. SUTHER-LIN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOI e! P0CKY MOUNTAIN HIUSBAN'D3IAN Is "designed bo a tme nale indicates, a hu .b.Undmnsit ii. every of tle term, eimbr'acing in its coil:fns every ,rea t of Agricalture, Stoc,-raici.g, Hlorti ture 0ci: tl f and Domotic Ec.mnomv. ADVEITISING" RATES. $2 $3 I$5 $7 1 $11|$20 .$30 3 4 7 10 12 15 28 .40 oth 8I 12 15 19 211 40 60 10 10 24 30' .i' 4. 80 120 onths ~ 2 31 5 54 1 5 5 120 200 30 40 60 751 90 1051 180 250 raelt Sdvertisdements panv.rLic in advance. ilar advortisements payabllo ,nLt terly. eonty-llve per cent. added for spcc..l advertise. A RICUILTUIA L. ow is the time for farmers to make ob vations ot their fields;' to ascertain the "t method of culture. They are just now ming with the harvest, and a better time maske examiiLations and dra...

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. — 22 August 1878

TIe Rocky oinntailn Hlsba3 nimall. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1878. IT was generally understood, when our Delegate was urging the necessity ofa new military post in Northeastern Montana, that if granted it was all we would ask for, and Congress plainly indicated by its reluctance to act in the matter-that it was, the last we would be able, to.gpt. In view of this fact, we were ldesirpus of seeing it located at a Qoint best: calculated to protect the region exposed. We therefore urged its location at or near, the mouth of thel 3ýjanleshell, a place mpst recommended by, high military authority. But neither the opinion of em inent military men nor the urgent necessities qf, the counitry, for, which this Post was de signed, seem to have had anything to do with selecting the place where it was to.be built. The proposed building site, we be lieve, is somewhere in the foot hills of the Bear's Paw mountains, 60 miles northeast of Fort Benton, not anywhere near the point p...

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. — 22 August 1878

.CI LODG1 1e.Z , A. F. and A. M. b s tatcd Communications held at their IHall, tateiod Coity, on the second and fourth ..tu DIays Off each month. SYaourning brotr are oordiall3 invited to antend. b Lbroth EO'O MARKS, W. · . , Ecs~ecretr . NOTICE P iberb. g!ven that I will be a candidate for Sherliff 1 d Aescobr (of Meagher county, subject to the de- ti i-n of the l)omocratic County Convention. O -- = r County Democratic Central 0o0tittee are requested to meet at the order's Office, in Diamond City, on goday, the 26th day of August, 1878, to oisact business. J. E. MURRAY. ()thairman. iichael O'Connor and '.J. Y. Phillips a ye gone on a trip to Butte. vs ve g----- Our butchers, Krolt & Fleming, received ni head of beeves of Len Lewis Tuesday. t Charlie Khl*te was a passenger on Mon ay's coach for the White Sulphur Springs. Parties fri'ol the Springs inform gus that thing was .never better, and that hunting s good. flon. II. B. Brainard was over from the White Sulphur Springs on a....

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. — 22 August 1878

LIVE STOCK. . EORY OF LINE BREEDING. It is evident that extravagant claims may ,be made for in-breeding just as ,they are made for crossing, and if we consi(der only the absurdities of those who advocate a practice, it is not ditlicult to place any sys tern of breeding in an unfavorable light; but when we remember that, in the forrn: tion of nearly all our best breeds of animals, .ong and close in-and-iLj breeding was prac ticed, there certainly appears ground for loookinii at the mnatterJror a lreasonable and unbiased standpoint. The great ,law that *"like produces like,", that is, that every thring inherited by the oatpring must have previously existed ~i the ancestors, covers the whole sulject of breeding, and how it can be suppoved that an animal can trans unit that which it does not possess, whether b~by in-and-in breeding or crossing, is incom p.rehensible. ,1t those who favor line breed lng are willing to admit this, is it asking too iriuch it we expect our opponents to do th...

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. — 22 August 1878

ROIE CIRCLE. TH IVO KNO WS knows wIlatlife is o'er the silent river, tfertile brin can guess f the beyond; jins and besrt achea known no more forever, ,a pathetic soul to souL respond ? ors bloom beyond the silent river, ifril'agrance fill the air with sweet perfume; ,ing friends united there forever. there no broken ties beyond the tomb ? .ll-tops green beyond the silent river, cooling shadows rest beneath the trees; lads and darkness hanisheod there forever, tempest changed to gentle fanning breeze ? here no tears beyond the silent river, I only gladnessifrom their fountains flow:? we have crossed life's path to tread forever, now we hopS we then perhaps shall~know. THE HEAVY BURDEN. ther a heavy burden, isn't it, my boy?" young man was silent. His looks in that he did not comprehend. He ten for some time bending over the r with his thoughts fatr away ; and that oughts were not pleasant ones was evi rom the gloom on his handsome face. dear boy, th'e burden is .not only now, but it...

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. — 22 August 1878

UErLENA PROWu maE NAIKET. HEmIxA, Aug. 12, 1l9t. Flour-XX--$3.00; XXX choice-$3.50 Opts, $2.75@2.80. Barley--brewers'-$2.50. Barley-feed-$2.00. Bran and Shorts-$1.65. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-seed-$4.00. Butter-30. Eggs-40. Chopped teed--$3.00. Potatoes-$1.50@$2.00 Pork-gros.--$S.00. Pork-net--$10.00. ,Chickens, $8.00@$9.00 per doz. Young cnickens-$5.00.$6.00. Turkeys., $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish-16@Q20c. per lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. New hay-$9.00. Wood. $5.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. IPunlished by request of Compromise Grange.] REVOLUTIONIZE THE LAND. Tune-' 'We are,a Band of Freemen." Come let's be up and doing. Whilst our corn and wheat are growing, And make a proper showing, That our rights we may maintaia. We're a band of Patrons, We're a band of Patrons, We're a band of Patrons, We'll revolutionize the laud. We all the pledge have taken, We will all the land awaken, Stand Alrmly and unshaken, Whilst our rights we do maintain. We're a band, etc. Father Adam farmed in Eden, O...

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. — 22 August 1878

THE STORM KING. od, at about 3 o'clock, p. m., this sec Lodwas visited by a terrific cloud-burst, ( *icl coammenced on the mountain east of place, and spread over the bench land ,utary to it, filling the ravines and gullies overlorWing, One small ravine called )rgia gulch was the scene of the heaviest h. 1 T he water poured: down this gulch 1perfect torrent, six oreight feet high, form of a tidal, wave, carrying with it e, boulders, grass and soil, until it ick the farm of Oliver ltgranm, tearing a vy ive-rail leaning fence from its place, rying this onward,. it tore through the .e of A. WI. Pilibury', and then followed one of destructiop painful to witness. A y 7 or 8 feet deep and 15 or 20 feet wide the whole length of the Pillsbtw'y Sh. This ran full, with a ridge of water e feet above the level of the ground, in centre. The water spread two or three Ired feet on each side to the depth of foot, and, in all, reached to the width of lundred feet. This ranch, the soil of :h is magJi...

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. — 22 August 1878

".1 ,i , IISCELLANEIOUS. ILL-BALANCED' PRODUCTION. The Philadelphia Record sensibly remarks that the popular complaint of over-produc t•on is a mistake. . Though of a few things we make or mine too much, our main troi ble arises from not producing enough, in variety if not in quantity. "The wan!s of manllklind never can be sat i~fled. Every new means of supplying : want creates newv wats. They grow by what they feed on. As long as hlumianity is Wo constituted, over-pIroduction, in a gtJnral srd enlarged sense . is impossible. It is this impossible I.ii ng with which the refiormners would deal wh'io lpropose to work feiwer hours each day. or fewershours in the week. The trouble they del dore. does not, exist; the remedy they propose defeats itself. A mau cannot get, rid ,of his load by shifting it. from his right hanmud to his left hand. Pro dpction will not be stopped by making men their own eumployers certain hoPts inl the day or certain days in the week, instead of allowing them t...

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. — 29 August 1878

1K OCKY OUNTAIN UHISBANIMAN A Jonrnal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stockl ime Reading, and General Neiw. PE1 S TGE OPY. LO 3" DIAMOND CITY, M. T., AUGUST 29, '78. NO. 41. iE01 ; o1AND PRIOPRIETOu! SAIlt \T,+' III wcAA is de i:ln"d Ro sict i ndL;1' it;.Lt( , .E 0 n b n-Mniar Ia_ c1 ery rter , l!::1 'L it. lco :nns every ;urtof Agn ulr , i l+ni t >~ck-rsi i :.g , H-orti ilV n t $, 7 i $9 $ 11 [ 0b20 8 t 10 12 15 28 4) rc i ( 5 1 . 1 01 12 :,1 I 05 120 200 4p 4) T.1 I o i T10_ is0 76 0 ni ivl e[Nicjtt parX:.:. in advance. 1 *.ivnt1ii. 1 uC'( iIayahildo e asiiterly. aty4-tie per cII . odded for spee.i.1 advertise A I1 I 11 T II PA '01 V tmkiing has been in progress for the Son~h, ,ud will continue for several to coni. The season has been one o finest we ever saw, and has been well ved, a good quantity of first-class hay ng been pitt 1il. The remainder of the vet standing, is less liable to be good. as a rule, should be cut' early, and ip without being wet or too much ex Ito the sun. ...

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. — 29 August 1878

'The Rocky lounltain Ilusallnal, F. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. T(T(aSt) 1Y, AUGU T 29, 1878. ONE of the most important measures that should come before our next Territorial Legislature is thl enactment of a just and equitable revenue law, one that will distrib ute the burden of taxation equally among the people. Every citizen is interested in the maintainance of law and order for the protection of our homes and firesides, en joys alike the protection of our civil courts, and should pay a fair share of our taxes. Our common wealth is composed of many branches of industry all of which are neces sary to our prosperity, and should reci Ye every possible encouragement. Yet this matter of paying the cost of local govern wnent is one which can only be satisfactorial ly adjusted by each industry paying its por tion. We are in need of a new revenue law throughout. The present one is oppressive, unjust, and imposes a heavy burden on some, and discriminates in favor of others. The only way to secur...

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. — 29 August 1878

ap LOG Ne. 7, A. F. a~nd A. M&. 0~CITY L nicationfhld 10( attheir Hall, C t:ted Comtnt on the second and fourth bn tnr 0nd (o ch month. Sojourning t ~sttrd1Y I cord iO1 invited to ateSnd. p ase or a rti MARKS, Co.vetio brotheD m LonJAMOLD MARKS, FcFt1r.' ,-- etr." _ OUNCE1VIENT. fo Siliff ce to I nountye a ycandidate pi * or be of coagh 0u flty , subject tor t o d h t out Convention. d 0efstoh of an A MEL A RU OB. of ~ ~ ~ ~ t tivee Ieo-rtiut ~OLNCEh1 ENT. p1 roby beg ave to annotue myself a ckndi- L ofcot.nty Treasflrer, subject to d forn the s wee *j onof drthe dcon't gio.cneto. t fort t henoio n of th e d to S A M U E L A N DEo t S Of . c esen Iiwamds overe from Helena by up this c ek o atacorr rsdec ,In Ars. Steen. Moore, of Smith river, u .Dr.11 Kell. J Heoer yesterdayr oh ?>rPelter, late of the nlack Hills, in town this Wee" . r. parberry wats a passenger oni Tues 'sCOacl for hielenal. e were mistaken last week, codfish~it 00i~deritC don't, go. * E ColTins~, our etiheje...

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. — 29 August 1878

LIVE STOCK. TH' Impetus which the opening of a way to the eastern markets for our beef cattle has given to cattle-growing, is truly won derful. Three years ago stock cattle could scarcely be sold at $10 per head, and we *ould mention several large herds gathered since that date at even a less price. The business was prostrate, all wanted to scil, and there were no buyers. Our well grad ed A mericani cattle here on our pastures, where they never required to be fed, would searcely command the price which the wild texan cow was bringing oil a range that av eraged no better tian ours, and was equal ly as far front market. Experienced stock men even scouted the idea when we men tioned that our beeves could be driven, with profit, to within convenient shipping dis tance of the States. Failures were predict ed fot' thoIie who first attempted to drive, and lione could have been persuaded that, event though a suceess, such a radical change could have been wrought so soon. Now there are plent...

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