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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 7 October 1880

OJlattlunbn 9usbandman. a .0 A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Idve-Stock, Homne Reading and General News. 1 Sl COY. Vol. . WIITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, OCTOBER 7, 1880. No. 47. jlJ ..ould U' Ci it IpuliI IHEID EVERY THIUIRSDAY IBY ti . N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTHERLIN, Associate Editor the IocaKY M'oCTAI.i UBs A IS-,BA"I w i designed i Ib, a. the cani' indic:ito, a huisbandlinln ii. cvery e .sof tie thert olutl.iriacillng in its coltlnuli every ctipuftlnelnt of .\gricllture, Stock-raiszit.g, H1orti ,,ltur'e, Social :ald Dorl,nlt,tic E~iolonlv . A- IVEiING IHATES. -- .-~ ·-:--- ------ %---'------._-- ... ....--: .r' 3$ S . ..$7 I S 9 1b $s0o I rw...s I ,: 4 7 10 12J 15 : 40 mouatl 5 12 15 !19 21 40) 60 intenthl5 10 lt} 14 30 36 4. 80 120 iO.ths I si 29 36 45 • 4 65 1i20 00 Year r 1301 40 601 75 90 1051 180 250 -- -r _ _ _I--------------- -_. Transieontaldvortl'iemenolts pa", ale in advance, legular advertiSeiments payable quarterly. ,rwenty-llve per cent. added for...

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. — 7 October 1880

R. N. SUTkLERtLIN, Edtitor. W. ll. SUTIIERLI.N, Ansistant Editor. THURSlDAY, October 7. it880. IT is with no smnall degree of ple':lsure that we publish the nieniori:l of the Countly Covmmissioln.rs to the Puo-t Office Depart ment a:.king for mail service to Fort Malgii Iis. This recog.litionl of interest in ca-lterl Meagher county i<, indeed, gratifying. Could tile Colni.issioners visit that colititry as we have suggettetl. we vetture they would be even more liberal in their sappro prlhttions for roadls to open it up than the expression in the nmemorial would indicate. ... . .....- ID... --.m D .. . A Sr PAUL dikpatch recently published in the Yellowstone Jorr'nal to the etlect that the romue of the Northern Pacilic railroad has been located ; tfhal it is to cross to to th. Musselshell via of one of the porcupines and cottinuei up the Mu.selshello o the hetad ol the South fork, then down Sixteen-Mile creek on towards Ilelona, has called forth some commlent from tile papers along...

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. — 7 October 1880

LOCAL NEWS. - -__ --------------- .-_. ---- i RELIGIOUS. a will hold services at the following places dur a and o3ds ,blaths, r)eep creek, morning and ",Jad 4th Sabbaths, )uck creek, morning and iours :for services-Il o'clok, a. m., and 7 p. m A.iourdments will not be changed during this con wesuc year.Centerville, Meagher Co. Montana. .LOtt(OUS Indian sumlmer prevails. 1AIRV'I ,SpoNCRIt made another trip this week. _....... ALex. Ginson, of Cave gulch, arrived Tuesday. SgETPRAl. of Our' O)WISItII ttL've conltract ed to have wells dug. E. l. II BRYAN. of Fort Logan, was (p Oil a visit to his cattle ranch last week. For beautiful autumn weather, we put Ido0taiaa against the world. WV are indebted to Win. Ford for a nice lot of vegetables received this week. I STo.c passed WVledneday for Careless creek with Dr. Blake's flock of sheep. BLaSSI't'S Itluse has received its root and is rapidly nearing completion. lIss LAURA EI)MONSoDN. of the Missouri valley, is visiting at L. D. Burrs, ne...

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. — 7 October 1880

WOOL growers should be careful not to commit the fatal error this season that many of them did last-that of dipping their flocks too late in the winter. It will be remember ed that there was considerable fatality among some of the flocks last winter dur ing the months of ' ebrruary and March, which proved to be the result of poverty. Sheep lipnted in mnid winter uece.--arily fall oil in flesh very rapidly and it tile winter proves sever many of them will become very weak and in poor condition to stand the changeable spring months. Those who haye sheep infected with scab, should do their dipping before winter. No one who has a flock thatt were summered in Montan na should think of dipping them later than the mid 'le of October. Sheep from Cali fornia sometimes do not arrive until after this d"te and these it is necessary to (lip. I)rovcrs would find it safter to stop and dip more and drive later than to drive through end then dip. Some flock masters dipped in Deooember last year, but...

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. — 7 October 1880

LOVE. (ollt near, my beautiful, and let mte gaze MY soul all out into tho.c beaming eyes, Until I loec my being all in thee. For is nout love a lsiug of one's self In that which is beloved? Love feels no elf', For, though it spring i in elf, yet, like a lltwr, It lives not for the soil, but yields up all Its breathing essence to the wooed air. irittcl fL'or the Rocky I1lountuit Ilul llbatndnlu . CROSSING THE PLAINS IN 1865. Reminisences. Scenes, Events and Trials of a Pilgrimage to Montana Fifteen Years Ago. HY S. Rt. H. July 29th. Nelie was very much better this motring, her fever had matunifestly sub cdtla ; she was very weak but free from pain. and her medicine had the desired ef fect. She rested quite well last night, and all her symptoms were favorable. Thedoc tor seemed greatly encouraged and told Mrs. Fierloot that if they would rest until Monday he felt sure that Nelie would be otit of danger and there would be no risk in moving on. Hle didn't dream that lhe would again disr...

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 October 1880

HELEYNA PRODUCk MARKET.YR IlKLKniA, Aug. 1i, 1880. The following are the ruling prices for Ut'e past week, btsed on acteal sulk: Flour- CJhoice, $3.5U 4 $3.i 5. Wheat-02.W)0. Oats-$2.65. flxrle, -brewers--$l .5O(®j2.5O. Bran and Swhoris-$I.5V. Corn Meal-3&((5c. Pleae-$1.25. 'Jhupped zeed-$l.35. ~'otatoes-$Q I. 60(~1.80. Jabbage-2 cents `t$ lb. Butr.r-.40c. ("hiere-180. iCgge--40e". I'ork-net-$7.00(®8.00. C'hickens, $6.00 Ipt¶w (mA. 'T'urlkeys-$2.5O®$5.00 each. I uckini-IOc. r'ish-25e. per lb. !lay-$l5.006$25.00 per ton. kVood--$5.006®5.0 per cord. ------·---------cr BUTTS MARKET KRL'9KT. RUTTK, Aug. 16, 1880. 1 he following 'figures rule the mlarkets of the Silver City this uurning-: I lour-best-$3.75i. G raharn-$3.50. C tnteal-Montana--$ .OOyo3$7.(ýU. R heat--$3.00. Oaits-$3.00. B - un uuu Shnrts-2.50. B irley-2.50®}2.76. PI atttoes, tiw-$.i.00. Llutearb-iO c. per pountd. Beets-S3.00. Green Pruas-25e. pr gallon. BsLter-30@ 40c. Ch~eese-W~ t43c.: B.-cou-Bitter lsn4--12-i M~reon-...

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 October 1880

GENERAL NEWS. GNN l ot'K, October 4.-Th'le He ald's _ publin special says: The Pi, ne 1 demoin. stration at Cork to-day was the largest ever seenl silnce the days of Daniel O'Contnell. In Losnos, October 4.--'LThe Times in all ed itorial says: Where Mr. Parnell ind his re .gitators. go they leave the country in Ihiine: ` ! lb hiid them.. Deeds of liolence are donet whii " they h Otlave ]Iotutsl tedt in exprls tlh.nt:, buti which are in hill ;ctcordaille witl. the e1irit, though not with thleletter of tie; hatrr:ilangues, which they scarcely even pre- n tend to disprove afterwardt'ls. T'le hliad league has extiended its organi zation to Ureat Britain. NEww YORK, Octoliber 3.-The Times, in w noticniug the death of Elisha Blis. jr., Pres- h idetlt of the Americant Pulli-hiig Cuo. says si that he was Ile first publisher who gave a a' favorable consideration to Mark Twain's ,1i;tlocents Abroatd," after the maniel'ript hald been rejected by every publilsher (f note here anid ill BOeton aI...

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 October 1880

Iloroce Greeley wa: a \Vest pointer. ..... .....- lm.-Q- --ql ... ........... The most eharming lridal veils are of il luhlon. HE STILL LIVES. Some year ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, of tile World's Dispensary and Invalids' IHotel, of Buffalo, N. Y., and Lotnon, was sent for to examine a terrible disease of the knee-joint, resulting in ulceration and extensive slough ing of the bone and tissues. The man's lise had been despaired ot by the previous at tendants. Amputation at the thigh was promptly decidedlc upon and skillfully per formed by L)r. Pierce, and as after treat ment to purify the blood and prevent a re currence of the malady the doctors Golden Medical Discovery was freely presciibed. The man's system was thoroughly purified and strengthcned. he rapidly gained his health, the stump healing nicely, and he is to-day a happy man. This case was among the first in which this wonderful blood pu rifler was tested. It has since manifested its wonderful power over the worst scrotu Ious and ...

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 October 1880

5 ark11 Jjjtaun ldin jusbdnn. x.00 . Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Ilve-Stock, Home Reading and General News. FER SINGL. COP . VoLr. 5. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, OCTOBER 14, 1880. No. 48. pI1 .LItSH.ED EVERY TIIURSDAY BY g. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTHERLIN, Associate Editor the ROCKY' MOUNTA"IN ItUSBANDMAN Is designed i"e, as the numo indicates, a husbandmantu it. every asseof to tierml, embracing in its columns every iyaartment of Agriculture, Stock-raioit.g, Ilorti ,ulture. Social and l)omestic Economy. AUVE ItTlSING RATES. iweck $12 $3$5$7 5i * 1$ 5U 0 3 es 3 4 7 10 12 15 28 40, Smonth 5 81 121 15 13 921 , 40 60 mIonths 10 16 24 I 30 ' 80 120 Imonths 18 25 36 45 54 65 120 200 lyear 30 40 o0 75I 90 1 1051 1801 250 Transient advertisements pa'a lile in advance. Regular advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-llive per cent. added for spec.u.l advertise' ments. Remittances by registered letter, post-office osuer or dratl at our sk; but not at our expense. Any...

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. — 14 October 1880

RI. N. SUTIIERLIN, Editor. WH. It. SUTHERLIN, Assistant EditFo. I _ - - ------------ - - T.I11 LUliDAY (ci, tobier l3, 135SU. 'THE la:tnd q'uestion is the mitost loi l:l toils oln tlth:l pr'esent' s itsell'f t presnt' llfr the eousidera:tionu of ithe pple ol the \wet er ' Territories. At the last, .essiOn of Con gress tIle land Igrialbeirs nmde a desperate onslaught uponi Congress to carry their dia buolial scheme thr'outlh with a ru-h ;nid were only defeated by the pari:liamentary tactics of otur delegate in ('oniress and .a few oilher \Vestein relpreent:atives and ia Itaudlfl of friends mustered in Ithe hour of emtnergeily. But, it mtust be. retuilembered that- this is sonly a temlporary dete:it; that the question will he broughtill up agalit the coming winter and: a gre'ter exertion tIlill ever be titade to carry it through. Any one who has kept hii t-elf po.led u pon tho. A.li worlkiigs of the pa-t sumewr is aware *that tl,. schenwrs h;tve not been idle, but ]have heenl tIItrtli...

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 October 1880

. LOICAL NaI:WS.. SRELIGIOUN. 1 will ild. services at the following places dur inchb ti conl'irtlece year: 1st and 3d Sabbatht,, DI)ep creek, morllillg and yre in x t.ia nabbuths, iDuck creek, morning a:ln hoary for e.acrvices-I1 o' clok, n. ii., aid 7 p. n .plointnltits will not be changed dulriing this con wi year. Rt. M. CItAVEIN, ore terville, Meagher Co. Mlontana. T'tE s(t"ar anlti yellow leaf. I1)ow do you like our aututmnual suit. IA v:I y tte:ams are in cldemandti for the t,: ,,tsion of the 22d. ONlY Olte tllore lot on M1tin street that i, lact dispoýed ()l. Itit;l) C. & II. FlwariI '"ad." of tilce ough)lbred r;Lin for a"-le. in this isltue. tNEi:Ait. ,lt.IMI1lI purchlasedh lot No. . i bleck No. 1, last week. T'I'IANSAl';TINS ill towi' propierty iia e bec; bri-k for the week past, 11 numb1111er it lots ihavi.ng chainged hands. '', .l. F1LIk.p.N(i was tp froun the Mussel 5hell la-I. week to attend the Democratic rally and other maIt letl. AOU Th'n a half 'a dozen flocks o...

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 October 1880

- i e Kioqrh. WE fear that ,-ome of our flock-masters in their determination to exterminate scab. will exterminiat€ their flocks. It is rather too severe on sheep to plunge them into a tub of dip at the temperature of 120o FareI bite and keep them there four minutes. is rather too touch for this season of the year. And though death may not result at once, it will undoubtedly occur before spring and laid to the severity of the winter, or some other cause. There is also another danger to which flocks are being subjected. Pois onouscompounds are used, and to make sure of doing the work thoroughly, the flock-master doubles the amount prescribed and thus does the work. By doing it in this manner he is liable to entail great loss up on the flocks. The teeth of the animal are frequently affected and prevent its feed ing and sometimes come out and we have an animal in the prime of life dying of what is supposed to be old age. These things are worthy of the closest attention. It is well to m...

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 October 1880

A POETICAL WEDDING. A romantic couple were united in Ohio piy the following poetic al ceremony : MIINISTER' This womin wilt thou have. And cherish her for life; Wilt love and comfort her. And seek no other wife' Ht.E This woman I will take That staonds beside me now; I'11 find her board and clothes, And have no other "frow." MINISTER. And lbr your husband will You take this nice young man, Obey his slightest wish. And love him all you can? I'll love hint all 1 cIn, Obey him all I choose And when I ask for funds lie never must refuse. MINISTER. Then you are man land wife. And happy may you be! As many be your yea,.s As dollars in my fee. Written for the Rocky Mountain llusbandmim:n. CROSSING THE PLAINS IN l865. Rweoinisences. Scenes, Events and Trials of a Pilgrimage to Montana Fifteen Years Ago. LY S. It. H. August nth. 'he decision was made it hr favor of the lower road. As thle train was ha rolling out into the road, I had just mount- av ed my pony when Dr. Fletcher came up sh 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. — 14 October 1880

IILENA PROIUC I MARKFT. 11sLt.xNa, Aug. 1S, 18S0. 'aew following acro the ruling prices for the past 'week, based on citt al sales: I'lour- Choice, :3.50(a,$3.75. Wheat--,2.O0. Oats-$2.65. Barley--hrte wers---d 1.50O'.2.530. Bran and Short.s-$-1.50. Corn Meal--;i(5c. Peas-$1.26. Ohopped eed--$1.35. Potatoes-$. 50(')$ 1.80. Cabbage--2 c'ntsi lb. Butter---40c. Choose--18-. Igg.--40c. Porlk-net-$7.00(n,.i8,U. Chickens, $6.00 .er doz. 'Trkeya-S2.52.d0&')i5.00d ea.h. I)uck s--50c. FPih-25e. per lb. LHay-$15.0(a)03$25.t l per ton. W\sod--$5.0U(@$5. i0U per ·ord. BUTTE MARKET REPORT. TIvT'E, Aug. 16, 1880. 'ihe tollowing figures rule the nlarkets of thel Silver City thia nmorning: Flour-best--$3.75. Graham-$-3.50. Corn mineal--M l nrtenai--S .Ot(a:-o..IO. Wheat--$3.00. Oats-$3.00. Bran and Shorts-2.50. Barley--2.50(t2.75. Potatoes. new-- 5.00. Rhubarb--l10e per pound. Beets-$-3.00. Green Pea--25c. per gallon. Butter-30@E40e. Eggs-35@40c. Cheese--15®180c. Bacon-Bitter Root-121 Bacon-Mon...

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 October 1880

GENERAL NEWS. f.ee.k' agil, Annie Chalti.i, the daunghter oft' , w:ealthy ciiizenl, a director of Ithe First ~Nationall lilik, presented t a check for $300 to the cashier of thle abittve bank. having thi e I sigliltl,(; ol that, of her fttilher. The cash icr Illhotlugit that everytlhiung was right. 'lThe tilllther ca.lle Lacrons.+ th chlck _ I.a ir)'Oll)1no1ne cltai a lalrg-iry. Mr. Chaplin iinniudiately illld his daughter a'rr-led ltr forgery. Slihe itts lltl'get inll iil, her pleading ieiig of lo aivail. After bnei in jail soiiu. days sit liplicated in tihe frrgcry G. L. Smith a s~vin. lmchullie --agellnt. Sm-ii \\was urrcslcd aptl gave bail, blt, vowedl vengteance. Y1es eridly lie saiw Mlis (C'h;aplin in thl, jail yard. juillllld ovetr and sholit her dlid Ild then shot thii-ell, dyintg ii a. ttw 1iliu0les. Mis. Chaplin wlhi a ta bright, attractive girl auind stood well in the cotmml nilty. (CiCAGO, Oct. 7.-lThe Juiter-Ocean's Iin dian; p O lis peciil sal'ys: Chaiil'rll;ili ;lrull...

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 October 1880

5istarlllseong. FEw men are so awkward with tools that they cannot work a corkscrew quite hand ly. 1)r. Pierce's Golden Medical I)iscovery, cures every kind of humor, from the worst scrotula to the common pimple or eruption. Four to six bottles cure sult-rheam or letter. One to live bottles cure the worst kind of pimples on the face. Two to tour bottles clear the system of boils, eaurbuncles and sores. Four to six bottles cure the worst kind of erysipelas. Three to six bottles cture blolches among the hair. Six to ten bottles cure running at the ears' Five to eight bottles corrsplt or running ulcers. Eight to twelve bottles curte the worst scrotula. Sold by druggists, and in half-dozen :and dozen lots at great discount. - -.. ...- -0 .-4 - - - - OUR aEW ROUTE EAST. .iLek Time, Low Rates, and a Pleasant Trip. Hundreds of Montautians who have not been to the '-States" for years are looking forward with pleasure to a trip sometime during the present spring. The cause of this general le...

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 October 1880

, il . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .- - - - - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ,ItAN -1t) lO Cts". S tm.t) A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock. Home Reading and aneral News. tPE .IL OPY. Vol,. 5. WHITE SULPHIIUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY. OCTOBER 21. 1SSO. No. 49. pliDII~elilU EVERY THURSDAYA BY B. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTHERLIN, Associate Editor Tihe ROtKO U 1J T M TAI P I nBAVJAN is dieniiiclu r be, as the numllC iiiiicaitun,, :a liu.ltiiuttlnuii every' )anaeo1 the LeI.111, tntiiiniiig ill its u uil'Inl ninvery Jepartinell of Agriedttflt'n, Stick-rai: glirti eture. Sociul~tuei nLiolliait in Einfliv : I)V RIt ISI .4 (RATErS. l k I $ ' $ 'ISi $ 1 i Slo $ lwnetn 5 I 12 15111 2 Sin:Ilth 10 it Ii II I 2 4i:01 gnonths II) : : Ii 12 0 I Yio I' 'ii IA 10 5 1 250 Tranisliet :iirerhtiseminiits piiv:iU~iV in advance. Tweenty-liv.e !,CI Scult.. nullled for ,'Rp,"': I adverrtise- mnt;.ij tUeniiittantCes{ by rgii ste tnt Ietter, piot-iflic(( ordcr orniitlrlt !it iur sk. bu...

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 October 1880

R. N. SU'L'IIBtLIN, l.Editor. W. I. SUTlIEiLt IN, Assistanlt iEditor. O.va, of the hIrde,, things that a j.utnn al ist ever atleiupltl'( is. to tgue.. tie h l:trktel of e country tlth is lilling+ up at ra' lilt ut. M tslIo u h btl( - 1111 +.l i thI e l 'l i e ilta . IIeI - ll.l MlOte e"s'tecially ol 1,( ullllavorabht' 'l'e crl _y 21111 thsIll.- ltl lI ,en. but e0 have noI t ,eelll fI '11 wro tgi ll oti ,te erl deduct iti Is. l.,irml po l ilverne by, inltht " nces b',e ll n11I T'I' i'riI at $3.00 plir Illst' . lll I is ha'l , t..ito.ll til. .-i,lit -111 )'l rilt . l it \,- I t. t111ii , S . 1. 1 1 1 lCi l rlinh1g price; on Il1e Uniatih . At. llenbui+ al tl 21l.2:1 t l urii, Ithe l \i tel' 2l iit ht , It allX te iltl n y in l 111" ths Ot. h hl l tll l r l t' l. tpivSit Ill to il t\tol l utri st iloil4 fli h l billil 4l')lly t) :11221 lilt llS' I ll 10,i I21 UiCl Ir ii 1i0ti de1 Iintil is lt.l. a tib 21 le2 M iill r 1,tih l iilnl ghitl13 exceed I tn e ltiid hL I' 11hiS] i in i talks ai...

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 October 1880

L OCAL_ NEWS. RELIGIOUS. I willholtd ,ictvice 3lt the Lullowing pilaces dor in thli WltClCelCC year: tat :111 1 dd i;ll.ithd, Deep creek, morning and sit1 :lt: 4th Sat1laths, Duck creek, morning and jIiillki oro ,vi~cCs-l l o'clok, a. n.,and 7 p. t ApI,Iuilt~oenta wilt not tic chtanged during Ihie coli keecyenu . . It. Mt. tIt.AV EN, Centerville, Meact'v~lc helgher Co. Mouutana.r SEEc ioti e. F1"ýýtii il.'' hlo! for t he Gonim-by'r ball, is ii every J. J. II ENN t'.S Y . O tt *' b out a tid shue niman t faclurer, is erlioule&d withi w .rk. A. G. iATrel. utltii ollict:. is dl1(log u good bu~iiic: tdirawitig legal lpaplters, etc. JACOBI'OW Kr ERS ti , e IlVet Moi~lidci3 last for Ills cistt~l', Miss V~eile 1'.,%ver-. Cot.. KK`'r ENI tl .J11411) Ziditit tier have jlist Sui- (lell britiig attnihr litre kilnal. '1'tultt~uttt.it threie or tolt, titte-liers liutia ''1-iit utuIlulni't" pliks ate jitititag mutt their ºti1y stils aid Itok phi ie whiter' like. Fl t··lulttuat & lý rrz ar...

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 October 1880

___ I t IU(I. A GOOD WORD FOR OUR PIGS. The English conunitsion( rs who hiave been inve-tigating lhe :grig'elllt uIrd resoulrtes of the country tiid ma;ny things to conlt mnelnd. I the :h-tract of their report re cently published in this paper they say ni der the head ofi hug. a:uril bacon: "The pIig in America has a happy timl of it. lie roams everywhere at pleasure ; ihe is moon arch of all he surveys. his freedom m:ay be pullrehaed at the expense of shelter, for covered pens or sly.s are exeeedlingly rarle. but the pig seems a mull more hardy ani mral in the new world tlhan in the old. The average live weight of a pig killed in win ter is statedl to he 2S0 ptlouds in summer it is 210 pounds. 't'wnty per v'ent. redic tion l'romn the live weight is suppoied to give the average weight of tile dead ::larcas. Nowherle can .ltlh grand hetrds of swine tbe seen as in the maize states of the unllliol: save ill the ilndiin Territory, you may see a thousandi pigs without, linding a reall ha...

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