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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 29 August 1878

THI HilE CIRCLE. IIUTRR'ING Oc. Hrrriing on in the niidkt of exciement, hash in extr1v g1nt 0ro(jeat through, Fey oft(; know or p0au0 ever to question, ieve to a" wh"«er'e we'ar trying to; 11urr ing ono cvr ble s ::gs unleededi, Ltitrr" I ! n, U l sik: the buttedlt3, gone, hl:i 17 t'.t" }"(( d 01 our 'vond erful frenziy t Wt:t is the n"e of our hurrying on ? V, ;t;e been hurrying on from our cradles What Ie but shadows lie in the pt.'st We `tc still hurrying on as Jxpelali t Wiat .hall we got for our hurry at. la-t 1 axave- are so thick we cainuot well ini theta, Going with only the clothes that we wear; Whore shall he, then, all we're hurrying alter What, hil we have with our hurry when tLere" flurrying on in the wake of the phantoms, Con'jred alone in the fever of haste, flrrying on with extravagant projects, Sti~le we reek of the treasures we wocte: ittile we thinl: of the diamond moments, Wealth of eternity planted in time; 'the soil for it; shed growing barren as ashes, While w...

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. — 29 August 1878

HELENA PRODUCE XAR1LET. IntLENA, Aug. 12, 1878. " Flonr-XX-$3.00; XXX choice-$3.50 @$4.00. Wheat, ,2.23. Oats, $2.75@2.80. Barley-bre veers'-$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-gross-$8.00. Pork-net-$10.00. Chickens, $8.00@$9.00 per doz. Young enickens-$5.00@$G.00. Turkeys, $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish-16@20c. per lb. Hay- $10.00 per ton. New hay-$9.00. Wood, $5.00 per cord. BUTTE PRODUCE MARKET. BUTTE, M. T., Aug. 23, 1878. The following figures rule the markets of the Silver City this morning: Flour-best-$4.50. Wheat-$3.50. Oats-$3.50. Hay-$14.00. Potatoes-$2.00. Butter-35e. Eggs-50c. Cheese-20c. Beets-5c. Cabbage-5c. Green Peas-5c. Corn-35c per doz. Chickens, spring per doz $9.00. Chickens, liens " " $12.00. PATRONS OF HIISBANURY. In the declaration of purposes of the Na tional grange, we find this sentence: " We shall advance the cause of education among ourselves and f...

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. — 29 August 1878

FOREIGN NEWS. 1, LAPI:, August 23.-As a consequence of the talking of Seraijevo by the Austrians, t thoUsustans ot Turkish troops without offi cers 1uitted Bosnia and passed through Sieflitz sout5ihward bound. A large number t Turki h oflicers have surrendered to the Austria15s, while their men escaped or were t not held. I ALExXuaN , August 23.-The Khedive lu:Is formailly telpted the recommendations of the cotl)m ission inquiring into the condi tion 0f the Egypltia: revenue. N nbar Pasha has agreed to form a inititry, a(l Rivers Wilson hav asked the permission tV the Brit iph Government to accept the ministry of Finance,. IHom:, August 23.-Another letter from (atiha lIi is publishe(d, the fourth in the ,ast fortnight, intended to promote the ngi tation against the Germanic government, esiecinily AustriO. lie d(coun ces the Kni :eI* an1 Bismorek. Ito says he hiu(d nothing hordible in the program me of the German $ociali t5. On the cootIray, two Of their articles form a part; at his ...

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. — 29 August 1878

IISCELLANEOUS. CURIOUS FACT ABOUT FLOUR. M-itcherlich and Crocker showed that wheat in which sugar was proved to be absent be fore sending it to the mill, yielded, after be ing ground, four per cent. of it. Starch was thus transformed into sugar. which could not be done otherwise than through the internal action of the gluten aided by air and superahundant moisture. The min tual action of the gluten and the niLnur: moisture of the flou'. seem often capable. at common temperatures, of slowly bring ing about this injurious chauge. But when the flour comes ou .hot from the stones and is left to cool gradually in large heaps, de confmpo'it.ion quickly sets in, starch is chang ed to sugar, and perhaps the sugar to alcho hol, so the process advances rapidly to the souring stage. These facts form a strong argument in favor of cool grinding. LARGEST POSSIBLE YIELD OF GOOD FLOUR. Prof. KLk has been making some experi ments willi wlgat to determine the greatest pqssible yield of flour which 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. — 5 September 1878

OCKIY MOUNTAIN UIUSBANDMAN tA+ ANN U. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER SINGLE COPY. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., SEPTEMBER 5, '78, NO. 42. -UIrllllS:Il) 1EE:LiLY BY R. .SUTHERLIN, EUITOL1t AND 1'LiOPRItITOU The ItO)C' MIUNTAIN I11'SBAXDMAN is designed ( he : ie :one indl!c.iLtes, a lu1i-b'L.ndinarn iL every ",~beo the ter'm, enmlr..:ilng in its cl):mns every I, .nýe.,t of grict r, stock-rai;i..g, Ilorti 1,e. lll ,c:l -il-t Lo-ulnc tic: E.nom\'. "- AIVE!TIiING AT I; ATES. S:7 . D ." " - 2 --h-- $ $i7 $9 $11 $20 $.0 wOek4 3 4 7 10 12 15 . '28 40 S , 1 15 1 21 0, i 0 1 hs 10 16 t 30 36 42 80' 120 6110,tlh 1 2.i 3 4I; 54 1 120 200 t.uit" :10 40 ( ) 75 1 90 1051 180 250 ntr'1cnt :ulVC ertisalmenl)t.s 111nvale ill advance. Itteultr :ivertisemeIts alutyable oluariterly. Tailay.Live per cent. added for spec..1 advertise. A RICULTURAL, 'rl htiest is progressing;lii and well it houlhl. for these wlrn SUnnlly daiys are ri pening thi grain ral)pi...

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. — 5 September 1878

The Rock Mountaiin H b1antlman. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. TFIURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1878. W ILE hurrying forward on our, restless way to gather and accumulate the goods of earth, our edtcatinig al interests shoulll not be forgotten. The tax for the purpose of maintaining our common schools is liberal. Tllousands of dollars are annually.paid into our county Treasuries to be dispen~ed among our several school ,listgitts; Nihieh is suffl cietit to rnaintainla .: ho.il orn etn average for rnarly live t1mtnlths iu th0,,ycar, in every schlool istrict. I-otlbted at(il spatrcely set tledl ili triet~'it g I lut'e eor l,.ur mtiiilhus, "ui(d t!lht ,' more, th ickly tc.tIhuh six or sev.'ul. Tºsis we ci sihier, i.- rctu ;u rkaily g od fort' a fletw rtI"ntry likUe OnIIr. "dinl iS goodl Vi-t'fcee of thei lilerC i te y. ,t aid ',.urd iitentiOl .i t ojyr ipeople, 1.t is seaic r'y sli.atlitorv '.vJ dtaniCe thiIat .tIhey take: Ithe .l'-oper lntereo.st i1, 4lti'.lieitLi The irovidingl of amniple iietI.Is ...

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. — 5 September 1878

_ -- - - ';-- L - -.jy.-__ . ..... OND OfY LODGE 'e.4, A. P. and A. M. nD101.Statced Conmmunicationd held at their Hall, in Diimond City, on the second and fourth Saturdays of einch month. Sojonrning brothers are cordially invited to attend. L brothers POLD MAilKS, W. M. gILBT EcKt, Secret.ry. ANNOUNCEMENT. Is hereby given that 1 will be a candidate for Sheriff and Assessor of Meagher county, subject to the de nia.on of the Iemocratic County Con" ention. son ...JAMES GRUBB. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby beg leave to announce myself a candi date for the office of coumty Treasurer, subject to he decision of the Democratic convention. S \MUEL ANDERSON. ANNOUNC EM1ENT. The unddrsigned". would respectfully announce thathe will be a candidat( for the office of Sheriff ...d Assessor, subiect to the (tecision of the Meagher county Democratic Conventionl. JACI McGOEY. The M(eamher Comuty Reputhlinalt Celntral Committee are requeSl edi to )itoeet tit )ia inond, Saturday, S ptemler 7A1h fatii o'(cloc...

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. — 5 September 1878

THIE DAIRY. OUn attention is called to the use of pat eut milkers now so extensively advertised. and which are meeting with a liberal sale among farmers and those who dairy on a small scale. We are not favorably impress ed by any device yet invented for milking. Quite a number of instruments have been patented within the past few years for the extracting of milk from a cow's udder, but not a single one, so far as heard from, has proved a practical success. All of the pat ent milkers that we have yet seen advertis ed, are catch-penny concerns. Like a great many other things which are sold by ven ders, they seem to operate well at first, but are soon laid aside. The milker does well for a little while, but all who have used them agree that a decrease in the flow of milk is noticeable in a few days, and not un frequently the milk becomes clotted and bloody. Some make them a partial success by milking by hand after removing the milker. The following treatment ot the subject by the Elmir...

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. — 5 September 1878

S HOM IRCLE." IO i G OLD GRA CEFULLY. d h, f ioftly the years have swept by thee, c..u~ci,. thee lightly with tenderest care ; Touchto n care did they often'bring nigh thee ; orrt they hace left thee but bernty to wear, yet they Growing old grncefull) , E Gracefully iidr. r the storma that are lashing the ocean r asr fromtChe day to the pleasant home light ; Sfrom the waves that are big with commotion, t Lader full sail and the harbor in sight I G(rowing old cheerfully, Cheerful and bright. past all the winds that were adverse and chilling: last all the islands that lured thee to rest past all the currents that wooed the unwilling, Growing old peacefully; Peacefully and blest. Never a feeling of envy or sorrow, where the bright faces of children are seen ; -erer year from their youth wotddst thou borrow Thou do1t remember what lieth between, Growing old willingly ; Gladly, I ween I Bich in experience that angles might covet ; Rich in a faith that has grown with thy years; Bich in 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. — 5 September 1878

HELENA PRODUCE MARKIET. IIEtLEA, Aug. 12, 1878. Flour-XX-$3.00; XXX choice-$3.50 $4.00. Wheat, j,2.25. Oats, $2.75@2.80. Barley-brewers'-$2.50. Barley-feed-$2.00. Bran and Shorts-$1.65. Peas--chopped-$2.3Q. ,Peas-seed-$4.00. Butter-30. ,Eggs-40. Chopped teed-4 $3.00. Potatoes-$1.50@$2.00 Pork-gross--$S.00. iPork-net-$10.00. .Chickens, $S.00®$9.00 per dog,. Yountg cnicken.-$5.00@$6.00. 'Iurkeys. $3.00@$3.50 gaclh. Fish-16@20c. per .b. Hay- $10.00 per (ttj. • New haI-$9~tQ.. .Wood, $5.00 per conr. BUTT, .pRODUCE MARKET. ,BUTTs, M. T., Aug. 23, "2,8. The following figures rule the mark{ts of 4the Silver City this rm.rning: ,Flour-bes.t-$4.5Q. W heat,-$3.50. Oats--$3.50. Hay-$14.00. Potatoes-$2: ~. giEsg--50e. Cheese-20c. Beets-.c. Cabbage-5c. Green Peas-5c. Corn,-35c per doz. Chickenls, spring per doz $4.00. Clhickens, Hiens . $12.00. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. GRANGJ REPRESfE3NTATION. The worthy mntter of the Pennsylvania state grange has written a letler to the 8tp~kabarnan. of which the ...

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. — 5 September 1878

GENERAL NEWS. - O--ANs, AuLust 28.--The number Oe cases to-day is 220, and deaths 57. ie lwiard Association relief list is dually increasing. The new rpplica si rebouti 125 dalily. The young Men's an Association now have 100 patients their relief list. even hundred cases of yetlow fever have irreat Vicksburg dispatch from Col. Dennet datedUtl'oli ina, iississippi, says there is not a case ellow fever in or around Brookhaven, that he cannot hear of a case of yellow r in any town between Canton and v Orleans. Sw ORaLEANS August, 2:.-The nurn of new ca.es is 140. iallid deaths 40. ,t the Board ol Health meeting this rning, Dr. Kawrence reported a fearful itibn of alfairs armong the colored peo .In sn:ome localities they are crowded t~r in i,:nrrow, tilthy quarters, and are ,yprey to disease and death. fInn drottheil have been sick for days with nellaia ti tentldlce. ,E ,rs., August 28.-Eighty new, cases reported up to noon to-day, while the etouos are that thiere will be quite an se ic...

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. — 5 September 1878

IISCELLA{EOUS. . THE FAT STOCK TRADE. It is a fact that cannot be denied that, ex cept for very choice shipping cattle, prices I are very low. A year ago wintered Texans t and good native cattle sold at a range of º $3.50 to $4.60 per hundred pound.; now a they bring $2.50 to $3.45. T'his is an aver age of considerable over $1 less per 100 pounds, than last year at the same period. This year hogs sell for about 75 cents per 100 pounds less than they dl :a year aro. The shrinkage in values in heel `attle (lid not come so soon as in swine, but it is very - marked or.e. The hog men squirmed, but there seemed no way out. So, to quote a vulgar saw, `'they grinned, but bore it." The reason was the peculiarly warm winter and the swarms of hogs pressing forward upon the market. With cattle it is dillerent, The low-priced cattle are those not good enough to ship. Prime beeves still bear a' good price, choice to extra graded beeves bringing now $5 and $5.40 per 100 pounds on the hoot as again...

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. — 12 September 1878

0CKY MOUN TAIN HISBANDMANI 9 . .A Jt6urnal DbVbtcd to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER 10G C . VOL. .3 DIAM.OND CITY, M. T., SEPTEMBER 12, '7.- N O 43. PIýLIEIIED WEEKL.Y BY R. N. SUTHERLIN,. El DITOR~ AND PRIOPRIETOR ri .. ['O MOUNTAIN II8sAsNDoMAN s1 desicaned to Jo-, i ., t -e iLamlnutl dic"at , aI huO.ll) II nIlidnl LL every to , tile. ti..n., embr.lcingn- it its colimns every tea.Ir tnlh .t of Agricuilture, Stock-ra:ibi..g, l[orti tr e, ci; an, d .)_zd Domestic Eomnonlv. AI)VE Rt'ISING A TE'l'S. -, -2 -. 1 --.$"5 $7 $. II s20 $ weeks 3 4 7 10 1 1 28 40 i ontll I I 812 15 19 21 40 I 60 ,....th I 1 O I 24 I 30 . "( 80' 120 N tnth ll 1 ` 3) 45 54 6' 6" 1201 t vet .. 0 . I 1 o 401 0 i 75 90 1l-05 1 180 250 " :...s--eizt lvcrtiseme.fts paavnule it.advance. tctular :tdve:.tiseme:its lpayablo ie u:t terly. T eanty-live per cent. added for speel.1 advertisei' IU'ft". ,_______, ______-- _ AtGRICULTURIAL. ;'rE past week ats been the busiest-'t.he' Mbrl6tana fa...

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. — 12 September 1878

The Rocky Mounitai Husbandman. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1878. AID FOR THE YELLOW FEVER SUF . FBERS. 'To, the People of Montana : The fatal visitation of the Yellow Fever plague has made Death master of many of ;tlie cities and towns of the SonthertSta.tes. ,The disease has spread so rapidly and be come so fatal that whole towns are stricken and helpless. The dead remain unburied, the ,stricken ,ones are vi .hout nurses or ;nourishment. The appeal comrns to uts ,for help. The people of Montana are ,,blessed with health and plenty, and "I appeal to you,to give with atl ulIsparing, hand. 1 beg that Clergymen tof all denomina tions, appeal to their respective congrega :tions for aid, and I respectfull -request all postmasters and county gficers throughout the Territory to solicit, collect ;and for ward all sums to lIon D. II.' Weston, Ter ritorial Treasurer, who will transmit the same to the proper committees for distri tbution to the sufferers. 'Let all contriln...

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. — 12 September 1878

o CAIEi_ NEWrS. _ .o.MND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. D lA Stated Commnunications held at their Hall, Sin Diamond City, on the second and fourth saturdays of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. LEOPOLD MARKS, \W. hM. Grr.IIERT .CiEIIE, Seirctsr '. ANNOUNCEMENT. Is hereby given that I will be a candidate for Sheriff and Assessor of Meaghcr county, subject to the de cision of the Democratic County Convention. JAMES GRItUBB. ANNOUNCEMENT.. I hereby beg leave to announce myself a candi d,,te for tlhe oliee of coun:ty Treasurer, subject to' ltherdcision of the Democratic conv.mtion. SAM iUEIt .ANDERtSON. ANNO 1O1CEMIENTIT. The untldisignel would respectfully announce that he will be a candidate for the office of Sheriff •n d Assessor, subject to the decisiou of the Ma::ghcr county Democratic Convention. JACK McGOEY. There was a chilling frost Sunday., ight last. Capt. Stafford has a nlice liell:o ftbuck wheat. See notice of Board of Eqtlualiztttion in th...

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. — 12 September 1878

LIVE STOCK. .00OPERATION {,! STOCK-BREEDING. The idea of co-operation among farmers for the purpose of enabling a number to ao ominplish with ease what one of theta would find difficult if not impracticable, is not a new one. In fact it has t~een, to some extent practiced ever sincte the ,white man .began, rolling together tle, leP'vy timbers fronm New England forests .o make for hinm self shelter Iroam the rigors of at .xugged cli Pnate. But for sonoe reasonl c.;opleration lats u'yi .htcom e.popttular with liapters as a ccl'ass<, {I lISy beetin tjso(rted to but \'ry lit cle, ani then only w)etl niectssity cotnmp,,led its adopltion. That it mitht otten be mt4.de a means forliglitening hie butrdens of tahrm ,ers. and of'brl:iging within there reach com ,forts and even luxuries they caunot other wise have i, not denied. Most farmers ,freely admit that good breeding .is now ab solutely necess:r\ in rg!ising stpyk, it one .woul' avoid an absoithte loss. F.pr whatev er pui'rpose an an...

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. — 12 September 1878

TI iOYE CIRCLE. pepartel ; he to Eastern climes, I to the boundless West; 11oth on the troubled voyage of life- l.ach hoping to be blest. We were true friends, and stood with hands Firm-clasbPed to bid good-bye, WhOa evening's stars came out and lit The sultry Summer sky. Whatever Fate may bring, I said, Those statrs will rise and shine; see yonder glittering diamond-point I That star is thine and mine. When you beside the Ganges stray. Or float along the Nile, Look up. my friend, to yon clear shy, And watch that star the while. I, basking in the setting sun, Will wait the close of day, And ever, when that star I ace, Will think-of those away. Oceans and kingdoms will divide The hands.now clasped in love; But one sure point will centre tho'ght- That star that shines above. Our paths diverge, yet still, my friend, A.coramon goal we near ; That star mt;sy guide us, at the end, To some more glorious sphere. Bat. come what may, let this be troe ; ThoughFate or Fortune mar. Our eyes.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. — 12 September 1878

HELENA PRODUCE MARIKET. HELENA, Sept. 9, 1878. Flour-XX-$3.00 ; XXX choice-$3.50 @$4.00. Wheat, X2.00. Oats, $2.25. Barley-brewers'--$2.00. Barley-feed-$1.75. Bran and Shorts-$1.50. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-seed--$4.00. Butter-35. E ,rgs-40. Chopped teed-$3.00, Potatoes-$1.00. .rk-grossi -a $.00. Pbrk-n-et-$10.00. (slickens, $S.00®$9.00 per doz. Young cnickens-$5.00@$6.04Q. Turkeys, $3.00@$3.50 each. ah-16a@ 20c.per lb. 11ay- $10.00 per ton. New hay--$9.00. Wood, $5.00 per cord. BUTTE. PRODUCE MARKET. BUTTE, M. T., Sept. 6, 187$.. The following figures rule the markets Qf thie Silver City.,this morning: Flour-best-$4.50. WVheat-$3.00. Oats-$3.00. Hay-$15.00. Potatoes-$1.50,. Onions-8c. Butter-40c. Eggs-50c. Cheese-18c. Beets-5c. Q bbage-4c. Green Peas-5c. Corn-35e per doz. Chickens, spring per doz $9.00. Chickens, Hens " " $12.00. Ducks, " " $12.00. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE. In New York state wjaat, is called the .Farmers' Alliance has been organized. As toiits ob...

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. — 12 September 1878

GENERAL NEWS. O.LA.,s, September 6.-The Pea .inbsistelce Association issues an an ad o the public, stating its wants, objects rkiugs. It states that business is ,ti ,dustry p:aralyzed and the country closed 1against the city. All the poor are without work and must be fed, Peabody Association is trying to their wants. They atre helpless. The *ds nurse them but give no meals. sitution is greater than the disease. ouanId people have been fed in five lurino which time the Association has ted the rations which have been fur by the citizens. Two thousand dol ly is now ilncesisa y, probably for ays. They urgently appeal for aid prersill elmergency. rIs. Septemlber 6.-COnly thlirty-nine ces have been reported to the Board Ith to-day. Very few physician.~ are reports. There were ninety-two ents to-day. Drs. Avent and Brown n, also A. K. Harris, druggist, and White, manager of the Appeal. iaus are divided in opinion in refer the fever. Some contend that there satement of the fever to-day and ...

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. — 12 September 1878

I CIS CELLA 1EOU . A BOY WI'TH A HEART. The other day a bit of a boy called at the a side door of a good-looking Keene residence, I and told ou~h a sorrowful story that the la- ` dy of..tlbllouse was not stingy in throwing provisio.:.into his basket. happening to aU look into the front yard, after a few minutes. e she saw the strange boy inisqd up with her three or four childre.., anl slhe called out: "Boy, what are you dioiIg the:re?" "Feedin' these half-starved ehil1dren," he 3 promptly replied. "But those are my, childten," she indig nantly exclaimed. "blakes no difference to me," he said, as he broke off another piece of cake.. "When 1 4ic(t a young 'un cryiu' for bread, and ready to swear tliat he hasn't tasted pi for i over a year, I'tagoin' to stop business and brace him up. I-1yen't youi got: a. clean white wailst which IouldW.put on this dirty little boy ?" She looked up .ad i down to see if any canvassers for the poor heathen were in, sight, and then she grqbbed the broom ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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