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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 April 1881

BESSIES'S MILLER. ,ssie May lived on the brow of a hill, ,t within eight of a noisy mill, he sun that blest her with its rays. one on through the miller's dusty ways; nd the birds that carroled the whole day through or Bessie's sake, cheered the miller, too. essie was up ,Ld down to the sl)ring etbe robin had time to dlip his wing e laid the table with a cloth of snow, eplaced the chairs in a goodly row, sIwrays left hers in front of the pane, sight of the m ill at the foot of the Iane. ssic worked all the day, but she listened still r ile clang and whir of the busy mill. tad now, " she said, the grain falleth in. bright as the gold the miller will win. d now it is robbed of its gold, '' she said, toe will mould the loaflfor the miller's bread?' It dcsd'i, with all her toil and care, lnd time to braid her dark bi own hlair, undtin:e to lie it with a snood of blue, und time, ere heavily fell the dew, walk w;:th the miiller who owned the mill, -y from her home on the brow of the hill....

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. — 28 April 1881

J14o. Sfoot. I 10) i)oun'l . 5;.o(0@o0$7.00. 0 per on.. :luý'rh--$20.00( tt25 .00 ; finish 1ELENA PRODUCE MARKET. IHELENA. Aptr. 15, 1S). he followi'iit are the ruling prices for .e past week, :Iased on actual , Flour--Choice, $1.50. Wheat--2. 20. Oats--83.00. Barley-- IrI' we'rs--2.03 Bran aid Short.--8%2,00. Corn M ien--i.. P'eas-$1.25. Choplcped tea-$1.335. Potatoes-- $2.500$3.50, Cabbage--4 cents V lb. Butte-- 50c. Cheese--18. Eggs--50c Pork--net-$10.00 Chickens, $6.00 per doz. Turkeys---$2.50@$5.00 eac.h, I )rn'ks-50,'. Fiish-25t. per lb. Tf:i--$25.00@($130.00 per toii. Wood-$7.000$8.00 per cord. S TA NLE Y'S AFRtCA RO'1GH the DARK (()N'1TINENT antl 1!OWN E CONGO, is now the most sought for, lilril lingly interesting andi flitstest seliling Iok out. tin lyanthenti and omplee eplti people's eliitli. IN S.ANLEY'S OWN LANGU;AGIt . P'rofuslil illus trated by full ptago ellgravings of exij llg c.(C!le and adventures. More matter for the ilnonev thin tlly other. Over 500 pages, large...

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. — 28 April 1881

LOCAL N1TEWS. --l'eaims to draw lumber from the mill: are scarce. -Daniel Goudy moved into his new res idence Meond ty last. -Joe Stephens has gone on a visit to his brother, Al., at Judith gap. -Will the brick-maker come'? That is the all-important question. -IIauk Potter is making a garden on his ranch three miles south of town. -Newkirk Bros. are building a new resi dence at their Eight Mile dairy farm. -Mrs. G. S. Lewis hlet a few days since for Butte where she will spend the sumnmer. -B. B. Cook has decided to eng; ge in placer mining at Thompson goulch this sea --Equestriennes begini to m:ake their ap pearance, now that the grerii is onl the hills again. --Miss Nellie loberlson is v-liting llrs. Lyons and other lfrienlds on the Mlnsselsh1ell valley. -.-We learn that the Stephens Bros.. of .Judith Gap have done a good business the past winter. -Ben Kiltller has leased one of Moses )ogwett's Missouri valley f,'llrmls and is put ting in a crop. --Lucky spourtsmenl are noticeable ...

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. — 28 April 1881

Sive laoqh THE WOOL MARKEr. The wool market has been quite unsatis factory for some time. Prices have been looked upon as too high, and yet it has ap parently been for the interest of both hold ers of wool and of the mills to prevent a break. A downward market operates against commission men, because they can not make satisfactory returns to their prin cipals, while manufacturers understand that a drop in raw material disastrously af fects the value and distribution of their goods. Notwithstanding this,: however, wool has declined. The condition of the Philadelphia market is given in the circu lar of W. C. Houston, Jr. & Co., dated March 23. which says : "Since our circular of Marclh 3, the mar ket has taken another downward pitch. During the first part of the month trade continued dull, and prices were weak and unsettled. but there w\as no absolute break. Stocks in sight in eastern markets had not been materially reduced since Janu ary 1, and manufacturers, although not t heavi...

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 May 1881

IV F Sanders 144 et·It iwlfl WLZ Sudnamdn. SNNU Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock, lome Reading and General News. 10 Cts. PER SINGLE COPY VoLr. . WIITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, MAY 5, 1881. ..- -- - -- ----- No. 25 . -.. . .. .. .twelve months o .o n , I pt 11''l IEI) EV ERLY THIURSI)AY BY N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. H. SUrfTIER LIN, Associate Editor le tuK' M~o N'I'-\N II lsnANDMAN is d..sigllle IS the Utte iIdicattS, it hitsbandikan i. every iofil the cter, iilh'acingrt iln its coLliUmns every artment of :\Agricu!.turc, Stock-raici:.g, llorti ire, cialutl and t)uo tic E'cionlv. ADVEI'TISI NG RATES. . . a' a c $: $ $ 43 7I $ $ 11 $20 $30 Seks 4 7 10 12 15 2$ 40 onth 12 15i 19 21 40 60 ntmlhs i 0 24 30 b 42 ' 80 120 onIt 1, 1 li 45 54 65 120 200 :r : 40 60 75 90 1051 180 1 250 ansientl adlertisenents pavable in advance. eelar advertisements payable quarterly. enty-livc per cent. added for specacll advertise muittance by registered letter, post-oflice er or draft at our...

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 May 1881

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. IT. NUTIIERLIN, Assistant Editor. TIIURtSDAY, Mity i,! '1. IN the years that are passed Meaghe county was famed far and near for her rich placers. Then the broad alluvial valleys took prestige and the farmer was at the top, but the prosperity of her people soon made them seek more lucrative illdustries, anil stock and wool growing took the lead, and for thelse no section in the Territory is n1ow more faitted. BIitt there is in addition to the wealth of soil allnd hunch grass greati mines of gold, silver, copper, coal and iron, and in a few more years the great 'cow counltyr will ihe a great miliing county as well. TimIIit. is no better feld for manulfactolr ing industries oni tIhe con tinelt of A tierici, than Monlltana. Nature hIa:s suipplietl the motive power for tuirning iilimit'd linl chiinery. anid operatives can get brecaI and beef as cheaplllly lire :ia elsnwhtere', an:ti can ,get a better price for their roltdu !". Wool .elli sful paper mnills wou...

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 May 1881

LOCAL NEWtS. _Sportive lambs are gamboling on the gree" table,. iT'rhe shlelvint is being put in Spencer's tiilding. -Mrs. Dr. Mcllhenny is visiting in town this week. -A business that is not worth adlyertis ilg is not worth following. -p. J. Moore, of the Musselshell. Imade the Springs a flying visit last week. --ThIe flowrs. are in bloom and the eve uin(gs arei delightful for plucking them. -C()r farmeri and trock growers ire hauling a large number of poles from the --The parIty wtivho borrowll d a mionkey wrench from th is ollice is requested to re' ltur the same. -Flockmasters are busy with their flocks as lambs are (dropping at the rate of tioi 50 to100 per day. -The Ut to Mine.r of April 30th appear ed in the rustic garb more than once donned by the liUSBAN)DMAN. -Tlhe Cottage [louse continues to Hlou1r ishi, and its proprietor, Samuel Anderson. wears a genial smile. )unilhi:lnl & Maloney received a w.agoin load of wines, liquors, cigars and tobaccos, and confectiolnaries ...

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 May 1881

STA.LIoNS that. are not worth advlertiring are not worth breeding to. ADVER.TITI your stallions in these col umns it you ish to multiply your busi ness. BnrI:rEDEits of horses, cattle. sheep and hogs will find toat it pays to breed only to the best. Niv\Enr go to any iran to buy stock for any purpose on the farm unless you know him to be reliable. A MAN'S word.'ill a hOrse trade, is worlh more than the price of a horse if he expects to follow the business. EsTAIrr.tLsi a reputation for keeping good stock; tell the truth about them, andl you will 11ind that it will be money in your pock et in the long run. 9 ALL tihe horse-men oft Monta;na who have established any reputation as breeders have been liberal advertisers ; some who have made the attemlpt and tailed, have not. '.Filllr hor:e industry is on a imost excellent rtrasis. But littll lo.s has been experieincel .fronl the past winter, the ldemand folr work 'horses is increasing and prices are inclineud upward. Ti.tE nmimiort of L]...

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 May 1881

iHE LEADS 11IS OWN." BY 1i:Sh. L. L. BALLARD. Though the path of life be dark, No light to mark the way. Falter not! th, "Hiddeon Hland." Shall be thy guide and stay. Treasured is the widow's moan, The orphan's sighs and tears; God, through ways we have not known, Leads all his owlm. Tlhough the heart be full of gloom, And doubts and fears oppress, 'Though bereft of all we love, Fortunes frown, loes distress, Look up! why should it matter tthen. When muany years have flown, God, through ways ye have not known, Leads thee, His owvn. A day is surcly coming, To lay our burdens down. Chalnge tears lir smiles, joy for woe; Leave tile cross, wear r a crown, Then the aungel wilh fllaminLg torsb Shull guidie us to his throne. udo thlro' ways we have not known, Still leads Iris own. AN ILLUSTRIOUS SIOUX. e Gall Relates Some of the Incidents Sthie past Fifteen Years of his Life. 1My fathers were chiefiC aluoing the Un apas. 'About Fifteen years ago I was camped Beaver creek, about three days ...

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 May 1881

BUTTE MARLKET REPORT. BuTrE, Apr. 15 1881. 'l'he following figures rule the muarkets of the Silver City this morning: Flour.-best-S5.00. Grahaml--$5.50. Corn meal--Montana-$5.00@$7.00. WheatS$3.50. Oats-$3.25. Brun and Shorts-3.50. Barley-2.50@2.75. Potatoes.-$3.20. Beets-$3.00. 13utter-33@() 15c. Eggs-30c Cheeke-15@18c. Bacon-Bitter Root-12-j Bac:ou--Mnta to--12@14c. Pork-$13.00. Reef--$6.00 oil toot. Mitttonr--$3.0: t ; 100 pounds. Chickens-S-k.00((i$7 .00. Flay-$27.O0 pler ton. Ltumber-rountht--$20.00@),$25.00; finish ing, $60.00@$80.00. HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. HE ILENA, Apr. 15, 1881. The tfollowitg are the ruling prices for the past week, based on actual s~aes: Flour-- Choice, $4.50. Wheat--x,2.50. Oats-$3.00. Barle-lbrewers-$2.0J Bran andl Shorts-- 2.00. Corn Meal-6Jc. Peas-$1.25. Chopped teedl--1.35. Potatoes-$2.50@$3.50. Cabbage-4 cents ` lb. Butter-5,c. Cheese-18e. Eggs-50c Pork-net-$10.00 (Chickens, $6.00 per doz. Turkeys-$2.50@$5.00 each. I)ueks-50c. Fish--25c. per lb. Hla...

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 May 1881

TILEGRýA1HI C. gots, April 2t.-Aill telegraphic n1utnication being destroyed, thiis tele anº was iorwnrded to Sioux City by nail. e MMisouriflood Ihas subsided and tihe er is falling as rapidly as it rose a week o. The river has been out of its banks d overflowing bottom below Yankton, ain submerging a large portion of land. e wo,rst is now over. The jami has been 1 from blull to blull and is r'oui a mile to nile told a half wide. Its lower water dth is about 10 rods. All its bottom ds for 71 miles up are overflowed and st of tlhe hloes upon the bottom have n sw'pt away. The destitutle suflerers still being cartd for in Yatktoii. Twen five tlihou-itd gEovS'erinmeit rateions have ,n issued and probably as 11much 1more 'ttishied by tie Yanktoi people. Six xesofclothing firomi O(unha have been tributed in Cedar, Union, (lay3, Bon uuie and Knox counties. T1he demand rl';e[tere than tihe ,upply. G(ovlernor Ihnd tatinli stie; to sqeure tohe bii 'ial of' the in cattle, horlet s a int I ogu...

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 May 1881

bad bultei. HOW TO SECUIRE HEALTH. II i'- stane witl uitt.'i tim~u Iu~r~iuie welie s ri oli uthi o ri iiiipui isa ir a l .cd vN lieu and Ivier Syrn!)v wiil re':.,lt+ ha(.l;tll to the physical or- ia tairtio . It to :1 stiriit iii.) Jug syrill), 1phCutt:1lll Ita take. ;:lid tin" Best Blood I'iiriltie ccci iii-rttwcrc·i .curing Si ,f Ia. Sypshilitic diinrdidi-s. i'f;itk, eiim of I he Kidneys, I+;ry.il~rt]ia-. \I;1I:I1 i:a. Nervous~l~ tli- Ijitisei of tie lIoH!, Iiver. hi. hlti0o Stimii: ach, Skin, &c. or beaft. D1;. Jio(ItIi ii Wtoil \ 1 littuiV"In de stroys wuoi ii. WALTER W. de L_,tA.CY, U. S. DEP'Y MINERAL SURVEYOR Opposite Surveyor (ienyroal'vk OJflce. Helena, - - Moentatna. Stephens' Ranch, .Tll lith ý ap,) - 1) iA I.E~it I N Liquors and Oiga~~rs. EBST PRICE PAID FOR FURlS. PELS, &c. Good Accomnnmod altitns fir Man am) Beast. This hou-e is oliiiieI on the Routon :iuid Mlur ln tdai c, Itciitoi 0141 ItO iUIIInII, ant Di altou aid UOuiss (0101+ ; iso :15 In ile from Mtautios...

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 May 1881

o'iLr vii jn*sband mn. e ANNUM. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock, Home Reading and General News. 10 NLO t. PER SINGLE COPY, VoL. WHITE SULPHIIUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, MAY 12, 1881. No.26 -.., ......,, •. 1' WI-Jil)IIEL) EVER ItY THIURlDAY BY i. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUiTHERLIN. Associate Editor Fhe loc:lv MOUrNTA.uN Ilusl1AND.xtAN Is desigilld o be, as thie name indicates, ia lusb11nd1 an l l ii. every ,enseof the term, emlllbrlcing in its columns every 3epartment of Agriculture, Stock-raisit.g, Ilorti .llture, Social and )l )ometfic5 IEconomlvy. AD VE -TI SING -RATES. a $2 $3 $5 $7$ $11 I $20 $30 .Reeks I 1 4 7 10 12 15 281 40 ,month I 5 1 15 10 21 40 60 months. 10 1 24 30 36 ' 4: 80 120 . months 1 I 2.15 I 45 54 (6.5 120 200 yerI 301 4(1 0(i 75 901 105 I 180 250 Transient advertisements paLvatle in advance. Regular advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-ive per cent. added lfpr special advertise nents. tecmittances by registered letter, post-ollice order ...

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 May 1881

SusbattnfinMz R. N. SUTHEItLIN, Editor. W. II. SUTIIERLIN, Assistant Editor. TIILRSDAY, May 12 ,!881. - .2"" "___- -" - -'----'rt .......... Tnu second report of the United States Entomological Commission on the Rocky Mountain locust, of which we made men tion last week, and which lies spread out before us. Contains a vast amount of infor mation in regard to this pest, also in rc gard to geo graphy, topography and natn ral growth of the Rock Mountain region, and, thoughl we have had but a few days to devote to its perusal, we feel assured that the labors of the Commission have not been in vaiii. The vast detail of informa ltion gathered during the years of 1878-9 and the period embraced in their report tul ly attests this fact, and the people of the American nation have cause to feel grateful to Congress tor instituting such a commission. But in a work of such mag rmitude it is not to be supposed that a cor Trect conclusion would be arrived at in ev ery particular. T'lhat portion of...

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 May 1881

LOCAL NETWS. .-lowery, tlowery May. _Slheep men complain that work hands are se:ulce. T'hings are livening up a little and idlers are few. .There seems to be a great scarcity of teams to haul lumber. -Our brick-makers propose to furnish brick at Helena prices. -Spencer is shipping a large quantity of barbed-wire for fencing. ,'-The upper Missouri is said to be in a splendid boating stage. -ELvery coach from licle a comes loaded with freight or passengers. _J. G. Sarter has recently putlchasedr B. R. Sherian's interest in the saw mill. -it is not probable that the mines at Copperopolis will be developed this season. -J. G. Sarter has rigged up a lath mill in connection with his planing mill on W\\ite Tail. -,Janmes ThoLnpsuI has purchased A. Lincoln's interest in the meat market at this place. -Ganrdens are growing rapidly and our people are living in hopes of greern ".sa5ss" -Our coach makes it throungh to Helena in one day once more andl our people are happy. -John A. WVoodson's fl...

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 May 1881

TiIE Success of the llereford breed of :at tle in the United States is alluded to in the Melbonrne Australian, of Jan. 8. as being of interest to Australian stock-breeders, i:ts much as the lcerefords retain their position. and -'strong friends" in the cooler parts of Australasia. This testimony from the anllti podes confirmns in a very complete manner the claim we have made out and urged oil many occasions for the Ilerefords. THE CATTLE CAR PRICE. During a recent visit to Chicago we saw the collection of models of cars and plans of cars which have been sent to Mr. Brown as chairman of the iudges. There are 480 of 'the former and 243 of the latter. A careful description of each is being pre pared for the use of the judges. It will be apparent, at a glance, that this muns be done in justice to each competitor, and al so that careful work and mucllh time are re qt·;red for it. This explains the delay ; a dtelay wihich must be protracted for some time longer. Then in several manuscript...

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 May 1881

QUITE UNUSUAL, B1 ,,. Y. Snow fell on tle lBowder Divide, Andi August the time of the year, When a pilgrim sat by tile driver's side. And to dubious questions John replied. *TI 'faint reglar-'taint usyal-this here. Though a boy din' freeze las' June One night, goin' alter his cows; But th .t bill & fare aint reglar, And tlnt I allows! [Not common in June to freeze! 'ilgrim punctuates with a sneeze.] In 5epteinber the blizzards came, ,''Merely short-lived storms of sand," The sun shone bright, but, "'all ee same" They swept with a mighty band. pilgrim, clad in a muslin gown, Felt the face congeal in a frown, And hopelessly looked at the sky so blue. While her ears and nose grew indigo, too, And lier eyecs were blinded with dust. ,'Such weather," the native said, "is quite new, And won't last long, I trust!' In October more blizznrds--' 'unusually quite In general, this monthl is a perfect deglight!" In November decp snows, deeper snows in De eember. The grayest cld-timer while ru...

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 May 1881

BUTTE MARKET REPORT. l rt:rri:, Apr. 15 1881. 't'he tollowing ligui es trule the market. oL itte Silver city this mtIorntin : Flour--brst-S5.00. ;'rahiam--$5.50. Cor m weal-LMon tana-$5.00@p$7.00. WheNt --3.50. tats--$3.25. Brani and Shorts,--3.i0. Barlcy-2.50@2.75. Potatoes.-$3. 20. Beets--$3.00. Butter-35@45e. Eggrs--30c Cheese-15o618c. Bacon--Bitter Root--12 1a:lon---Monltana --12@14r. Pork --513.00. Beel-s-.00 ont toot. iutt.oni -.9(.0) 100 pouil... UClicke n --S(i.00@S7.00. llrty-$27.00 per ton. Luoter-rourh- -20.00(t' 25 .01, l; finish t.a. $t;0.00SSU0.00. HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. IlELENA, Apr. 13, 1881. ''ile following are the ruling prices tor the past week, ):Ltsed on actual sales: Flotur-iChoice, 8; .50. Wheat- - 2.50. Oats- 3.00. Barley-t brte wers-$2.0 Bran and Shorts-$-2.00. Corn MciAel--i c. Peas-$1.25. , Chopped t(ed-:( 1.35. Potatoes-$2.50@$3.50. Cabbage--4 eents ` lb. Butter-50c. Cheese-18c. Eggs-50c Pork-net--10.00 Chickens, $0.00 per doz. Turkeys--$2.50@$5.00 eac:i....

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 May 1881

TELEGRA IP1 [mC. rs ŽNo. May 7.-T'lhe :;mun4t o4 ( r (e.t. Ibonds; rev.eive(; at I the ll 'T'rte: -nly epartm1ent to-day for continuatcllc at 31 r cent. was $15, 5339,200. CITY oF MExICO, May 7.-End's ship 4r'l ay contract Ihas been unanimously ap oved by the Chanmber of Deputies. LONDON, Ma:y 6.-Glad(stonel is improv ~but he will g to to 1le oun1try on a: orIl visit. Cilct NNA'rr, May 7.--11he Times and Star1 .s a special recomt ing' a4 horrible murder ConnrI's Bend, Arkansas. li.e (green. :olored despt-erildo, bein4g nocliked down l fightII witlh John R.ichardis, a white lian, ized a li avy l111il andr plied it oi4 Rich ds' heatd till lihe knocked t iit in li iiI.m of ly.mO, May 7.-The O'Leary six-day .il and toe pedestrian tourniai;ient oplets .iorrow evening lt the Exl)osition 1 l4ild. g. The thirty coi4testauls arie o14 hand. l irst prlize is $1,000; .eIoni(I, $7010; it, $200; o1rth, $200 ; fifth. $101). For percent, . of the gaite 144o41e3"y 4f the gate 4 o4ey will he divided ...

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 May 1881

ThIe YMIy nzii;!+ri p re - .L , nll ixc llInt display nit .a tit les. stori,- :k: Iitli.. io Ills. etc., etc. The c'itei- ;lr>, i xcozt(lingly va ried, and will Ic foiiiun 1no-: terlinizig and instrlclive. '1'h le:iieti.g artlia'le i, by George Alfred 'Iow'n-nl, n. -l. eil(1 "r[',edi dent Gartield a'l hil :|rljcaiel.'" With elevten excellent illul.trti)onr. Atoltii thle other profusely illustrated arti-les arc 'I'h.e Last Conquest of Pern ;"' :inr original sketch of travel by Angust Loic-ier, entlitledl '-The Fat-tailed or 1lro:l-tailed i. hlp ;" "'Han;~z ing High wavys" dclscrilptieof pri' itlillve arld modern szspensitln hrirtges. hy Artihur' V. Abbott; "'Optical lll.l ifs,." by Co(nad W. Cookt', etc., etc. Ini tie departmtent of fletion are acoltiiz a:ti.l: ft' h ,lediet's great serial, "A Lute. It,,ii rt' : a rwrrka.lz e tale of Old Japan. ,tild "t; vetoil nessii . is the Fountain ,of Ia lha ; :;Iail lzhrt storlie by popular wrilers. Mr. l'Itholris I' wweIll, Louise (Chandler...

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