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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 7 November 1878

G I ORD IS NgE R LOST. 1 gentle word is never lost, ' e then refuie one; Oh chers her het wen temest-tsed It luts the cares that bruise one; An` sshine"o'er our way, n atturn . our thorus to roves; Angetstl1 r night to day, and hoPe and love discloses. "A gentle word is never lost ThA fallen brother needC( it; 10Wy enss and how small the cost With peacC and comfort speed it; Then drive the shadow from thy chock, A smile eon well replace it; Or soice is music when we speak, rith gen tie F ords to grace et THE COMING NORTHWEST. lit Last ev~ning a large audience, including LtratigCrs and members of the legisla manysrcasell as eitizens filled the Opera dO ilosse to liNtef to a lecture with the above c` title Rev. P. S. Knight, who is a long time foVorite with Salem au1diencesH 'he " leturer re marked that when he visited the O' ]sst, after 25 years residence here, he was n several times asked to address audiences up- ti ev subjects of o(4r own State, but found lo ie was not prepared wit...

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. — 7 November 1878

HELENA PRODVCE 39AR4 ET. UxENwA, Qct. 7, 1878. Flour-XX-$3.0Q; EXX choi1e-$3.50 0$4.00. Wheat, j2.00. Oats, $2.24. Barley-brewers'-$2.00. Barley-feed-$1.76. Bran and Shorts-$1.50. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-.seed-$4.00. Butter-35. * Iggs-4Q, Chopped feed--.$3.O0. Potatoes-$1.00. 4-ork-gross-$8.00. Pork-net-$10.00. Chickens, $8.00@$9.Q0 ter doz, Young chickens-$5.00@$6.00. Turkeys, $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish-16@20c. per lb. May- $10.00 per top. New hay-$9.00. Wood, $5.00 per cord. BUTTE PRODUCE MARKET. 1urrE, M. T., Nov. 4, 1878. The following figures rule the iparliets Qf tWe Silver City this morning; Flour-best-$4.50. Wheat-2c. Oats-21a. Hay-$1 5.00. Potatoes--.$1.t0. Onlon*-8c. * XIutter--45c. Eggs--65v. Cheese-18c. Beets-5c. Cabbage-4c. Chickens, spring per doz $6.00. Chickens, Hens " " $12.00. Ducks, " "' $12.00. FPATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. ADDRE3Z OF THE PARMER'S ALLIANCE To the farmers of New York: The Farm ers' Alliance of this State was organized in rochester, March 21, 1878.to unite t...

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. — 7 November 1878

GNERALNEWS. It ember 1.Baron 'on iWy- ( .okwos wa the Austrian Minister }enbruck, wbodung the reign of Enmper- i o at xshilindo M exico, is dead. ordPa1ch from Berlin Gays Russia, in A to the Ports's overtures, has de er radiness to reopen negotiatiols 1 for a detinite treaty. oufie steamsiP LIelvetia has proceeded to few York, not having been injured in thie with the revenue cutter Fanny. coTlie steahip Greece, of the same line, 0itward bound, was run into by the steam crtrownz Prince. No damage done. A Calcutta correspondent hears upon Aod authority that the government of In 'o contemplates adopting a gold currency. IoDOn, November 2.-A Berlin dis pt oays that France is expected to issue note shortly advising a diplomatic pres sure in favor of Greece. DuaLeN, November 2.-The fire in May noi" College has been extinguished. The two wings of the college are destroyed and the library is slightly damaged. The loss is estimated at $50,000. The students lost all their personal property. ...

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. — 7 November 1878

THE DAIBY. GRADES AS MILKERS. A recent writer suggests two very impor tant questions, the facts in relation to which, and the principles controlling the case, should be well understood by all dai rymen and breeders of dairy stock. His query is, do heifers from native or scrub mothers by bulls at thoroughbred milking stock, make better milkers than their darns; and if so, why ? Why take the qualities of the stock from the sire rather than the dam ? It is an indisputable fact that many native cows are superior milkers and butter ma kers, and this quality is transmitted to the d(ughters in some cases, until a family ex ists, of local celebrity. This characteristic, however, has generally been lost in the course of three or four geneneratlons, for want of care in keeping up the regular line, or by the yearly infusion of blood of base or unknown quality. It is quite possible that remarkable milking qualities in an in dividual native cow might be perpetuated to remote descendants, and eve...

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. — 14 November 1878

R OCK IYU U NT lAIN I ISBANDMAN; RC.oo A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. 10 IC. VOL. . DIAMOND CITYM. T., NOVEMBER 1SIGLE'. COPY. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., NOVEMBER 14, '7.k" " O 52. ) 51BLISIIED WEEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, .EDITOlt AND PROt'RtILTOR 'Til ItOOcKY MoUNTAIN IIU5AANDI)MAN 18 designedi, T L tih l na : ,-e ill;dica;tc , a lhu DsbMndIliln iL every to ;~ tf. i t or ui, emn!,ri(: ltg in its co9'mpis every eCt;net utof Agriculturte, Stock-ra.it g', lorti nt .re . -.uciaI an L)uonleC;tic ocnolonlV. t trv .ý -. "3' ý ....... ..._-.. " c $rL- . . $ -.7-$1., ] , i l, LI . O t3 3 4 1 . 15 28 40 mw 5 8 I 12 15 I 19 21i 40 60 3 InontiS 10 16 24 30 , 4 " i "" ; months 18 25 36 45 65 120 900. 1 yer 30h 40 60 75 90 105 I 180 250 .'ran..:. -lt advertL seml ents pavu lie in advance. Slote:,"ir advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-live per cent. added;for s tpce.1 advertise n ents. AflRIIULTURAL, A I,~I----- ''H E oat crop of; the Sun Rive...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 14 November 1878

The Rocily IolntaiD llaJibaIall. R. N. 8UTHF.RLIN, Editor. THUR3DAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1878. THE election has placed its quietus upon many aspiring office seekers and quelled the political storm that has reigned over the Territory for the past two months. As to the judgment exercised in terminating the final result, we are not prepared to say; though it is no doubt in accord with the will of the majority. Major Maginnis has been eliected by an overwhelmning vote. Judge Orr, his opponent, is an able an efficient gentleman and would have worked faithful ly for his constituents, had he been elected, but, there is, perhaps, no man ill the Terri tory who could have won the fight against Mr. Maginnis, possessed, as he is, of a record of such faithful service; one, too, mared by so few errors, less, perhaps, than that of any man who has represented our Territory in Congress, and, backed as he was by a sol id Democracy. The large vote is the great est tribute of appreciation that a grateful peop...

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. — 14 November 1878

_- S lwr- D -O . -T T .Y h e l d a t tb ae i r 1 1 a l I, IA ,ted Communi the econdt and fourth t.t mond City, t month. Sojourning S. StUrd attend. brothert ""i.r OFOL[) MAKKS, jV. U . PolitiL' et o . L. r eliveretl us some choice otatoes the past weet+. ,i tuta Jeoe, and party, stopped Overu t ht ill DiaonLld last week. iente t or, of Baker, made 9 at p11Eas:uat caill this week. A ranch ha. recently been ll ated on .the aclcshel forty inil e east of Martillndale. . ..ol I tL-tt il M-,rs. J. 1). Winters were ill tonl thii_ eek. Hiss Liizzii Waling is speutding a few G;ilbert S ierinn and Moses Marks hluve bee on Smith river sonic days look ilg ter their stock. i luhgh Mo1'tow, oo -lroower of Smith river, passed throulgh town this week with iv load of farm supplies for his ranch. Worcester Fox, of Diamond who went ,at on a visit some months since after tweutY years absence, is expected home g:riull in a few days. Price & GaLns, stock-growers, whose herds have until recently been ...

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. — 14 November 1878

LIVE STOCK. THE CATTLE TRADE STOPPAGE BILL. The-losses sustained by contagious dis eases of domestic animals, communicated from country to country, in the lines of communication established by trade, have been severely felt in Europe. It has been greatly due to a want of accurate statistics that no measures have been suggested to. or, at all events. adopted by the several governments for their individual and mutu al benefit; and that Europe is now sutfer ing, to a very considerableextent, from the system by which one people attempts to save itself trom loss by disposing of diseas ed and infected stock to another. Accor ding to British agricultural journals, the admission of disease with live stock has more than neutralized the benefit of free trade in that department of food, and meat would now be less dear than It actually is it Importation of foreign stock had been had been precluded entirely. It is certain that contagious diseases exist so largely in En gland that, uuless turther...

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. — 14 November 1878

. -- o - TWO ROBBERS. P cneath froln soe fair face t Staenlin lite awaY, s te e she, the trace r thAll eeP .ihll lose to-day. hen Time from some fair face C Sbea uty, year bY year, t r her slow, tfding grace q Who shedsave s.e, a tear ad Death not often dares 'o uwake the world's diitress; While Tilme, the canning, mars surely all iovelines " yet though by breath and breath 1des :1l. our fairest prime, lieu sink from cruel Death, Sfomuir cra ty 'fime. i1I.S P0O? IrAN'S JOYS. hecre i- ua;iY :1 poor nian who seldom ul(r i j " lplainings against Provi ice r :ig:ti:t iis fellowmenl. Sometimes ,ce aZ t t' monotonous season, he ully igate w ith his tollngue some groaning uiser who is a curse to himself and to se around him. tie loves and joys in wife ot his bosom, because she as well himself is blessed with health and ength, and labor keeps their strength up their love warm ; while between the la richln an and his lazier wite, strength Is,health fails, and with these failures sesa hilure ...

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. — 14 November 1878

HELENA PRODUCE MAIBKET. 1ImaL.A, Oct. 7, 1878. Flour-XX-$3.00 ; XXX choice-$-3.50 4$4.00. -Wheat, -2.00. Oats, $2.25. Barley-brewers'-$2.00. Barley-feed-$1.7h. Bran and Shorts-$1.50. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-seed-$4.00. Butter-35. Eggs--40. Chopped teed-$3.00. Potatoes-$1.00. Pork-gross-$8.00. l'ork-net-$10.00. Chickens, $8.00®_,$3.00 per doz. Young cnickerns-$5.0.0@$6.00. 'T'urkeys, $3.00(@$3.50 each. Fish-16@20c. per lb. Hlay- $10.00 per ton. New hay-$9.0O. Wood, $5.00 per cord. BUTTE PRODUCE MARKET. BuTTR, M. T., Nov. 4, 1873, The following figures rule the markets of the Silver City this morning: Flour-best-$4.50. Wheat--2c. Oats--2c. Hay--S$1.00. Potatoes--$1.50. Onions-8c. Batter--,45c. Cheese-18~. Beets--c. (abbage--4c. Chickens, spring per doz $6.00. Chickens, liens " " $12.00. Ducks, " " $12.00. PATONS OF HUSBANDRY. CALIFORNIA STATE IGRANG E. We have been a spectator of many of the discussions on proposed constitutional amendments that have taken place in the present sessio...

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. — 14 November 1878

--.SCTION jWB. November 7.--The latest 1'itLn eIW A ted returns for GoverIor, i a majiority of 21,000. It is esti N~ the 1 jorbi'ty s will have forty ta thtle Legiclantre on joint ballot. oit the Le re '7.--Thie latest rCUNK. \ o vnlb etIr - tII ,akeS the election of Oeneral Al ight i the 1t Congressiol District ri Noember 7.The Journal's (, ooember ,lSo: lri vate dispatches from Dcmo tcialc ss to: Morrison's friends an hic sou rcest i the 17th district by Bak I Tjhe hla e i. s produced a sensation, =-r rip. 'll ia shitherto had maijority in ttdsIorito" The Democrats are, however, iticd to concede Baker's election. The Clined to coeofnal districts are about as her oyd, 1Rep)., has a majority the lth district or nearly 800. The Legis e wil ae aveery smanI liRpublicaln .a rity, probably not over six, and lossibly I ' -.-. . . r',hn R... ublicfn LST. PAUL, Novenmber 1.--i 1 ue .,.......... ajurity in the State is from 8,000 to 10.000. YA-KiOit November 7.-Niue counties in utea"rn -li D...

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. — 14 November 1878

THE DAIRY. WHAT 13 A TRUNK LINE? The readers of the newspapers of the day constantly see mention made of Trunk Line railroads, but comparatively few fuilly un derstand what is intended by the designa tion. Atlantic seaboard, are sometimes not wrongly called Trunk Lines, as they form the main arteries of traffic towait1 the West. It any railroad in the country deserves or is entitled to the name of a grand Trunk Line, it is the Chicago &. Northwestern Railway. The company operating this great line now controls more miles of railway than any other in America, it not in the world. It is by all odds the most important line of rail road in any way connected with Chicago. No other road running out of Chicago car ries anything like as many passengers or hauls anything like the volume of freight that is transported over this road. It alne runs in and out of Chicago every day in the year, nearly as many passenger trains as all the other Chicago roads puts together- As it is with passenge...

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. — 21 November 1878

C Y MOUNTAIN USBANDMA N Pr1 i.LS-cI A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stoe, Home lReadin, and General News. O .----- VO L. ). D)[IA.rOND CITY, M. T, NOVE0YMBER 21 '7s. NO. 1. i Ni. SUEmRHtPLWtU , ED t)i' DlJ PtOI'RItETOIt The I-:)CKY M.oNTAIN ftlus ANIDsA i, de:i(ne' to be., as ate naiLIe id:Ctlta i, a iitlI)'ilaillLi e very S-te 'of ti te`it.ath , et' h}raci." it its o.':iniul e c Fry ,d -at nt of Agri'lture, stoik-2Li:..g, 11ohti ",,,,re M ai.,l) t :t 1)ýmele,.11 E. E" u lam.. . ADVERTISiNG ATEIS. k 13 t3 $ 5 $ 7 ,$ 1-: 11 20 $.30 2 weks 3 ]4 7 10 12 15 I: 40 Santh 5 8 12 15 1 i1 , 40i 60 r..ltin s 10.1 161 24 :I30 ;G si 1j` 9 mouths 1 25 30 45 54! 65 1 120 200 I Yewr 30 40 l60 75 0 10 5 I 1S _80 250 i':lsicl. at rdv;ertiseientts pcn tl l in advance. .. ftl r lai .ver'tise tlilents .pay t)le.h a .i l y.t "Tw'enty-livce Iper cuit. ;tdied for lspe.l' I ndvertise 1 1' illS. _A1IULTIJ RAT. IF tlher.'ii at infin on earth that 1i ha h ", Cee'taiil!y it is the fa rirnerl',the flte. ...

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. — 21 November 1878

X118 Rcky Jlillltaill Hl llrI11il nI N. S)'UTIL VERLI3N, Editort. TIIANKSGIVING PRTOCL AMATION. lu n the nazne and byi the authorily ef t/he Pe7"r"i 'nig of Mntwztuz Anoltherh 1ivve.t reaoo: h'is retnirne,, ;,hen the peep1.ut it M nt~tnn shboutd wi th 11h.u ;k tn! her: eh make knoawn to the WIn i tift'f Gir 4 ofl goot( .hiurArtitlte fo lo the ina h', g ti }' huts (ijl yal titilli) til oi ; ; xl I :T.r i l Whit~~~ ~ ~ ~ I tl iitx'i; lItv thw pi hv f ( 1 ottu Ii L srir~t i rct.· ad hiii d*l 1ni ,vi tl,; r~i~of l rit- l fits I,; !t', 11 l.' to : ',( ii scn . htt 2-the A 1) nl ) x a- tin t tio ti- :: t' l tk 14t11 in tot 111 do !In oh 1111 ithte" l , c ui Ii Lie father l rfhel o iir wit taild:i} t linh( r iti-e e ' nit ti to thre i: t .: of cact i yar , iel it) ii i i iit ~ei i- tI h i:) -i i t givils tI , Iot ani flar 2tl io A . 1). 1. 7t( rim=,ldo tile l- ( tlt I u an' i prhi oh ohttni ht heo iiorn~ Uii Wetilt itt xii ourht T e tritor nl~e rNn-i tilt tn iiV 111 o'ii 1 tttO ~ lt 1in 1v...

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. — 21 November 1878

WA!,SLO1QT) CITY LODGE Ne. 7, A arA A. X. I St:itt':t Coflfunci4'ati4)fl) hOlN td th(r i I i Nl, da4 in Onli uln t Clity, uo the at oxritd iu furl ; , .ai LL rdiill ya or eacLh 111l)~f! l). ii):h ·fini n Sbrhlou tlel'; are c>ordi:L jal' jvioel to 'titeol V Ilt~i~t'44LI) Y. t~if." V. 91. Thos. (\ee4tltr talks of mlovin~g to D1iamnced ! ti Aedirek' Cooper. of . Deep creek, iJO ie no a ii! asaitlt citli last. wceek. . S'4 1'!he 1 ri 4j-ii ih" e I * th range)to Salk t I rivet' otaGl ftijen' to a ea i ie -4e [ 1)a.. o1( i Vto spen theVt Witr a 1 Ko sI pt Palric 41l(lIlil11, it (100i~toi mad1 week - Itli . 101101 jan41 1a.i 4 I l 4.t .411 Ih y4 1 to the c , in . o dP Ii chvd ill ally 1 ik to) do sl) -taitiAtl I Li Xul' to I th 11 t5;:ANDM1A 1 (. NV. ( lulv') e ( ikV l4 a ot o tic I ut. oil 1 scoop loi tute iI(cel it ibuc rIsittliar1 hi' iiI xi t3 0i h-tIl l404~I~lV 1)Itii, 'lo~ 7iioti,~ l ~of 5ti1. I. ottt tun [j.i "l,r Soucit, (if l4.'tIoil. I.ont Os i al~l(U't is uliO~ ''('Pl ill fre...

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. — 21 November 1878

LIVE STOCK. Tar DISEABS AMONQGOUR HOBSES. .c0roa HanarxonuA: Your article of last, week on the disorders among horses was read with much inter met. However, I beg to differ with you in some points on the treatment of the horse. "A blister is a wonderful good remedy, for the inflamed throat and lung fever effec Olln, hbut the mullstard blister too often fails to do good,4 work-not the titult of the mus tard so mnruch a: the vinegar. A mustard blister will not draw unless the best of cider vinegar is -ced. and it is rarely the case that we stee atll " l)ture cider yiniegar in this ctoull try. C:lantharlides or Spanish ;lly blister is the best. It is quicker and ulrer, to have vte ieldire'l effect. Your su&rge.rious for treatmienlt. inl I l second ilud rlird stages I approve, b;tt thiink if' Ijie,righ.t sleps are ta ken the disease may be ei:ylgked ill its first g~,pinst)tOti. ant! this otbyiatte ile necessity of blisteriut itl treating as .y',u state. I kniow o a nIluttlltr ( ilt+...

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. — 21 November 1878

Tl _ Hi iL CIPCLE. pUT DOW VN THE BRAK IES. No matter how well the track is laid, No matter how strong the engine is made, When you tiiind it running on a downward grade, Put doiwn the brakes. If the demon of drink has entered your soul, And his power i., getting beyond your control, And dragging you down to a terrible goal, Put down the brakes. Remember the adage, ' Don't trifle with fire:" Tern ptation, you know, is always a liar; If you want to crush out the burning desiro, Put down the brakes. Are you running in debt by living too fast ? Do you look brick with shame on a profitless past, Aud feel that your ruin is coming at last I Put down the brakes. Whether fir honor, for knowledge, or gain, You are fl' t w.earinng out your.body and brain, .Till nature no longer can hear the strain, Put down the brakes. * PROMISE MAKING. When a m:lt is i i love, or for some reason or other wishes to -ecurle :t given ll 1uly ftor his wite,, he is apt to be profuse in prolmises, andl, at the tim...

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. — 21 November 1878

ITELENVA. PROWU4.rr~r. M.iCtl'' it ii gratifying to note the tirnlue a' which lar:hloterized. our produce malri~cts fur i past two iuonts. At the bgi imiig of he fall M('ason flour was fort ed down somle ..'itt by the low bids on Governrnmint cour ý.'t bt)Ut the rupplvinn of thicse 0011'raet las1 kept the mills engaged 5o that buin little nowl' wheat for' :he im'ark.'?et Inid h e g'rot' d Thi1S has le'i :e.l to b)1ing p~t"t'> holti to (wr Icr i1 tr e , A' thati alitume1.tl thereic lt:11( jlr1t;tahiitX , )t 'i('li crop f y cal', ii at all. 'Ih i,ýl IrOt; utee o l MkorJ')l'.hi 1'. Ih1tice ill flhow hit a x'ntuch to l cbil 111t h hO i i' ga1: t'l<ýt-L 1iiiiliti-ws of, whl;at appel.t to 'ae t,t ( c1k':le' (l(1v:lltagcui yi~l l two 'ay',', thait of -mp /,. jdying the tari'iu'rs with (:;all, adi o(inasottOMofhert(ltot(I( e'1 -i; nn it J 1 0) £to 'ood lf rit(eC , tow' vv i ti i lit( is ill iitletd to tlia'i fron) te ficl illg c0il 10vc '. time 111 ao. ur taimers can toW se( thil S'li...

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. — 21 November 1878

g .31TOZIAL ELECTION. -ý"'; I i'he followifrg is the reusut of the celeWPfl h1eldt nra the ýctverCa' coP!)!ti - 113 far as could leit"C1 gleane tIOII the~ rep)orts iii cur ex 7Lhdiion :oinoty ra' v 177 qn!joir ,,:;'. t t:lc; 1kiiloeratii elect-dt : ;:ill Word ":Indl I " Wo'd, l C ndLI the .. Acii tbli s ie~ leI eJ. ' u (, 1 1 }+'(i j l : ( 4 ) ' i o. ' 0 (t l a I 0 . A . r +' 1 ý'. '"'1. vilc:; l nt i'ýl` ail I·si lt. (;l er4 ti · Iý r1. 1)a\" i ce, I-1i " t: 1 ';r c ,.: .-:("1'. eý'( I:.l.,l!1: 1',.p. (r ,l) · tfei,: · ;ti t )'. , ( . L . * 'Il er t , Irrbj~ i·, ; . IF 0. t '1 'l. Or 1) } 1c1"! Cho!- ti !' ýtl.ijV tr['i1' A ",,i li!. i [ fls i: ,,t 180 ,( .l+"u 4 1ei U lo 1 jli ; i l ii N 41l ( a l I, I, :I I ''I ( iVo f 1( ht ll" . It B, l t: t'-l A'L. It Allt i I( lk Ii :4',i J, v ,l, "Ill Ui Ibs!',, - 1i11 ti' :v'.i11 a "'( 'il Ill;;1 1'~ z, 1; "1.:`. li l1, ' (pit+"o'i (_ ý>+iitli61 i\s .1. .j, { .). O,"1v. T jr,l,; ,t * lr(i ('( 4 F'S 1 (''uit 4'4(4I . . 'fl J.11w le . ;141...

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. — 21 November 1878

THE AIB Y. COOLEY'S CREAMERY., Having seen much in our eastern ex changes of the new process of raising cream we took occasion not long since to witness a test made. The milk fresh from the cows was strained into a can and yet in I he cream ery, where it was covered( and surrounded with cold water. Thiis was done at 6 p. in.. and at Pj a. m. tle usual amiount of cre;.:am had risen to tie slurfacee in the call. There seems to be solmne good advantags.( in set ting milk in this manner. Tih time ot con vertinll the mrrilk into butter is much s(hort oned. Tie troublle of waslhing and drying pans is avoided. The trouble about the proper temp)erattlre of the dairy room i rendered almost linlllecessary, and the work of skimming rmaterially reduced. The cream is kept from exposure to the air and prevented thereby from becoming ropey and stiff, w\hich would assure a more cer tain evenness In the color of the butter. The experiment was made by Timothy Wilcox, of Lewis and Clarke county, in on...

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