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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 19 May 1881

4f ct&_Zoanntatin jnsbdnd mdnr. pePA NN... A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, LlveStock, Home Reading and General News. 10 Ctm. PER SINGLE COPY. VoL. G. WHITE SULPIIHUR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, MAY 19, 1881. - -- - -·------ - --- - ~ O. a~o sb4natadm1 PUBLI-III;I) EV\'EIRY THIUIRSDAY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. IW. H. SUTHERLIN, Associate Editor l'be ISOCKY MIOUNTAIN IIUS.ANDMAN is designed o be, as the name indicates, a husbaudman i. every ealseof the terln, ellbracing in its columns every lepartment of Agriculture, Stock-raicit.g, Horti :ultare, Social and I)ometic Economy. ADIVElt'l.NG RATES. $31k$5I $ $7 $9 $11 I $20 $30 :wecks 3 .4 7 10 1 15 28. 40 it month I 1 I 121 15 10 21I tmonths I 1 i 24 0 ' 0 80 120 months 181 I 3615 54 I 65 120 200 year- 301 t0 60 75 90 1051 180 250 Transient advertisements pavalle in advance. Regular advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for specitl advertise cents. Itenittances by regti}tered letter, post-office order or ...

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. — 19 May 1881

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTHERLIN, Assistanlt Editor. THURSDAY. May 19 ,!881. THin season has noW just opened for the "cow boys' " harvest to begin and there never was a better prospect for a good one. Even the sourest and most chronic fault finding cattle men in the land admits that the crop of calves is unprecedented, and as for beef anyone acquainted with the wan:s of the country know that prices are bound to be good, but just what figure we cannot tell just now, but it will probably average somewhat higher than last year, not that the prices east justify it, or that drovers have had too much margin, but because our home market will be such as to consume a much larger percentage this year than last and as the supplyer of these will bid up lively eastern buyers will have to follow ,suit. The government demand will be large and the supply for railroad graders .and those that follow in the wake ot rail road construction will equal the govern .alent demand, while the increase ...

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. — 19 May 1881

LOCAL NEWS. -The wheel of progress turns. There is life and industry everywhere we look. -Granville Stuart passed this week for Helenna. _Not an idle working man in or about town. -W. 11. Sutherlin is now in Gallatin county. -They have a new name for a mule on the Missouri valley. -'lhe lumber for Alex. Gibson1's carriage shop has arrived. --Town lots continue to be in demand and sales are frequent. --Dr. Parbertry is kept alnost continually busy atttenling his patients. -Ilolliad & Murphy's ox train was in with lumber this week. -llInk Potter, who has been sick for several days, is about again. -Salu'l. Anderson. of the Cottage Ilouse. has been quite ill for the past week. --Dr. Parberry bought Holland & Mur phy's lumber yard out this week. -B. It. Sherhman has the fountlation of his barn' completed and is at work on the frame. -Several ox trains will load with sher p pelts and dry hides this week and start for Benton. -B. R. Shermanli offers his entire herd of cattle for s...

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. — 19 May 1881

rive ýhioqh FULL BLOOD MERINOS FOR WOOL AND MUTTON. Probably no question would be raised by any one, as to the availability and profita bleness of full-blood American Merinoes as common wool and mutton producers, it be ing assumed that any given breeder is an advocate of the Merino in question, as com pared with the English mutton breeds, it it were not for the single matter of housing. It may safely be set down as established that no nation of wool-growing farmers will ever, in the long run and as a plain business operation, house their flocks through the summer ; it is impracticable. The introduction of the Merino into this country and the extraordinary demand for the class of wool produced by it, which has been supported by the present tariff, has, as the invention of the cotton gin did with the negroes, rendered rams so enormously valuable as breeders for crossing upon our uative flocks, that they have been watched and guarded, as are the Saxon crown jewels an the famous vaults ...

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. — 19 May 1881

M OUITH TO EAR. Nay, speak no ill, a kindly word Can never leave a sting behind; And, oh to breath each tale we've heard, Is far beneath a nimble mind; For oel a better seed is sown By choosing thus a kinder plan; For if but little good we know, Let's speak of all the good we can. Give mc the heart that fain would hide, Would fain another's fault efface, Htow can it please human pride To prove humanity but base! No. let it reach a higher mode, A nobler estimate cf man; Be earnest in the search ol good, And speak of all the best we can, Then speak no ill, but intent be To other's failings as your own! If you're the first a fault to see, Be not the first to make it known, For life is but a passing day, No lips can tell how brief the stay; IBe earnest ill the search of good, And speak of all the best we may. HUSBAND AND WIFE. Their Rolations Defined by Rev. Robert Collyer. Every seat in the Church of the Messiah was occupied last night and many went away unable to get places. Marriage ...

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. — 19 May 1881

BUTTE MARKET REPORT. Bu~TrE., Apr. 15 l7~1. 'liii" ialitwitig figulleM rule the msarluvbi of uibe Silver (i ty tluk tonortihug Graam --$5.50. V he: t--$3.550. Oat,--$3.25. 11irlevy2 iS5v2.75. Pot ito(1-41 2,. Beet .-$3.0 . lrrg :U Ho~t tii -lQ.l -w. fi;,r ii -~1I)ou a -1(0 4e 1,111 --".--o1 l--2).t.0)5.. ; fni lttiLENA P.jl UCI MARKEuT. Whe: tt---,2L.ro (otltrka-ft;;-SG.UUIi - .'H). [lily--2S. 0I t") ril Bnt.n 11111 Shot t --l! 2,t)0 Cmii ~)lc:iIh (il Nlhlc pr. 15. 1 . 'I'iw t'llvS. nL, re tile riding p ievs fo Ch abbage---4 u itc on lbul..~ý Buitte---,,0. Cbei-e-1 Sc, crh POrs-uet-l 0.01 Bran~uis $601er --- .., Fi sh-i'25e. elb Ha~y-$25B.OO@530.0l)) ;,ir 11i. Wcoopp-e7.0Oi)R (to pir eao-3l.5 STheA N - Y'S ; tinglfy inlleltstlillg 11111 fllhCM 014m IC~iii m)l(Il~l. ()III anS iudviiic .y Mijre ii~ cl'illl~ till ltci lilllm cl~l4'1t41 Cny oliker. I i$er 54141 t elCCO , IG 11per t /1lIl $a2 5t1. A(4ELlNTS WANpEr Ill SIlitli 1t. iliC1. iIr.i (ONr, lis sa w t 1111( , 5114 ough O I 4r l ~...

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. — 19 May 1881

I'f (C H Pi t to. I '11 ,1 1 '. VA lilit. ItV it ' DIV. -Tih tt i (i n it .,t. t(rli C i . to-.ni.ht -t. Ji. t.: .' u terit ally )ange .l 14 er 1l vrr. 110ow ever, bus am: t l t hilt. tlt' )oit' t rt mi ll n;I ' imui ttpr vei* - it .ia n t i. e exitr.- led :i t )r -trnt. _)ir. .IItiin, Ir1 ('Ilvit] l: lt, is hi'r i tus;lt i ln :it Saerll;v tl" - " i ti' iit l tb i.x t ii tl ii' ti StVi' " . tr. cittin ,,' ,(,i h w it ' 1 t, l li r-i - . u\ .+ is staion te I l 'ltt;t.ItI t ). :t'i i :i tt' tt'llplo SII; 't 'l:,, Ml]y ! i. - Lul ld., , r speciat i . t A, orf ,bti t N,- hr .lti .-:i i-: Lieut. In ltt. er le ittt..h ( vwt l I tt , . t n d Ile-or ]ile u t 0 ( ot til '- Ir II)' i n n 1 t - !ear N i "tu'r , ct , Ini p u .1L th ilt' u-mt l nly,' w hen <l t ue , i , lletl. i ieb, 1 lr killed. ie I'loa l t l ientd, -t_ apl . 'l , 'hIe rrt'y % , .le d tattl l of Thor"i'rI ' '- H con"."" ,nat:lt onu thl L 'tt . letition, :ni l iln the aii nt i .l il river (r [ed r Io 111:111'v" the Illl htlO...

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. — 19 May 1881

A n ttnlp:'id nol e h ý ,ltý m : .i-,, up in jiilg ment. A married iman -?tI Iiw:yvs he polite to the ministe, who nltarricdl him. Any other trenttiwt might Ihe mistio)nstruvd. A Memphis darkevy :p;plid ior a marri age licenst. V.WIat'. tie lail 's namtie?" asked the clerk. "I dun o. h.ss. Is dar any needcessit} for you to put dat on de papers?" .Yes." ..el. i'11 go and get It wrote down,'" atIll hi went oult multer' ing something :ooutt "'tl tool notions of white folk- and fret, ni.lger..'" HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE Is the lhest Salve r :it :. ill.brtisS. sortes, ulcers, salt rheiu. l,.tier. rhappile hands. chilblain:s, corins a S:u :lnil kil o slskin e'nep tiotns, trekl he- and pimpll,ls. (.i. I. t lnry's Carbollc Salv'e, :el o .r'- are nlleritil. Price 25 cents. DR. GIIEEN ()';c'.r Ilitr is the best retelldy lor" (lyspepi, blilliou.tress, matlaria. iidigestiou, anti lis"::tases eo the blood, kidteys. liver. .kin, et t. DURN(O8 -(AAA nRl SNU FF' cnres all afltee: tioln of the mlitlct...

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. — 26 May 1881

____ .o...uni. j.sbdandman... pEt-.O()O, A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock, Rome Reading and General News. PER SINGLEcOPY VoL. . WIITE SULPIIUR S)LRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, MAY 26, 1881. No.28 pl ,./t')1tY lltSt Y r. SUTHERLIN, Editor. I. SUT-ERLIN, Associate Editor Ie leo10 [ tlor 'NT.\IN If r~.iaND11AN 51 diesignet be, as the unn inli.catte, a husb ndlllllll it every' (seof the l Ao r iu (m i ni i'tl;h (g ilc its i-rolaumnths o\t'ver) ar tnuent of fAgieult 'e, 5th k-riiA g, Ilorti Itiur, . o(ul taln[ lI) mCni c I':onunlv. eckI > I b(1 Io $ $ 1 1 40 c is o , 1`2 15 10 21 40 I00 nonthsl I t ii *1 0 ibo 42 80 1210 on-th IS I tI I t5 1 5 I 05 ' 120 200 eur at i l 4,1 ,0 75 10 o 105 180 250 ransient ldvel.tisemllents )llv.nitL! in advance. Regular talvertiselnents payable quarterly. ,wenty-Ilvec per" cent. aidded for spec.:l advertise ntIt. Remittaiccs by registered letter, post-ollice der or draft at our sk; but not at oul)r expense. thy eoe falling to receive his paper ...

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. — 26 May 1881

Susba nd R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. H. SUTIIERIIN, Assistant Editor. THURSI)DAY, May 2(; ,!al. AT a recent meetinig of the Academy of Sciences, Satn Francisco, Capt. . W. Sirnmp son made an interesting statement detailing his eflorts to acclimnaize the Zizania aquati ca. or wdill ice, which grows so plentif ul in some ponds, lakes and rivers of Cantada, extending north to Mackenzie river, nearly to within the Artic circle. It grows annn ally from seed, :nrld induces the presence of enormous flocks of wild fowl in the antnulln who visit these rice lakes :an(d ext(nl-ivC beds for food. 'I'Te Northern Pacific surveying party. . who are now sulrveyinllg across thle Hozen:anl pass, have gone back to the Yellowstone to take a new start, and it is thought they will make the ascent at seventy feet to the mile. The route up Shields river is a much higher ascent, but the greatest obstacle to this route will be getting down the Mis souri river. 'LThe altitude at the summit of Shields river 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. — 26 May 1881

LOCA-L NEWS. Hllonu.es splintg up atound town ) Is if )y inagil'. -_'l'he colipla int a.bout, the scarcity of la borers contiithes. --Thie pi.st week has been a sad one for th, rutty tribe. -;,Grass billiards" has been all the go for 1he pa-t week. 'ihe Smith river routed-up is thinking of lMar'tinlt out soon. -Seve'ral I poetical tonitribll ttiois are re 'r.')Vcd tor l i ltre use. -\Ye had a light fatll of snow S:attrda:. anid i Smulay: niights, iast. -'l'hc season lprOlmises to be an excelleli one t.r teaitlsti''rs all eightel s. -\Ve return thanks to M. V. B. Greun lri a Iicte I1'~s of speckled trout. -Several invalids arrivetl at tlhe Springs for trea:tuent during the past week. -Marlk Shelley, of the Missouri v;lhky is engagred in cons.1tructiulg his mnill-race. -Ilunk Potter loaded several ox-Leanm this week with dry hid.e lotr Ft. Bention. --Our' ine'tt miarket is doing laind nal.ie: ibutiness and i- furnishing No. 1 ee'f. in Montana this seasont, by otine thiirt. than it was...

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. — 26 May 1881

TREATMENT OF BROOD MARES. Always avoid letting mar'e get at all fleshy ; keep them rather below than be yond even fair driving condition, just so sonic four ribs' marks may be neatly seen; and any particularly desirable mares in tended for breeding the current season. should be kept thus moderate in condition from about New YCar's day. Avoid corn to such, feed ntot heavily of bran, and only moderately of oats; and it too fleshy thus, stop all of these, and feed but hay twice a day, and clean, bright oats straw o ice with occasionaly feed of vegetables, and, say. once a week, bran. At, nto time of the year allow mares to get fat. Let her feed be the naiural kind ; by this we mean about what she would get in a state of improved nature -ciyillzation-domesticated. Thus grass in its season, and hay the remainder of the year: and if decidedly not itnclilted to take on flesh, moderately feed oats; but as there is a widely-spread belief that white clover is antagonistic to the requirements,...

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. — 26 May 1881

IIALF FOIGOTTEN. Listening in the twilight, Very long ago, TI)o a sweet voice singlng, Very sofl and low: Wasn't 'a song of peril And ia lady bright Sa red from dleadly (langor By a gallant knight? Or a song of battle And a flying foe? I hai c quite forgotten 'I' was so long ago. Memory, unfaithful, Has not kept the strain, Ileard once in the twilight, Never heard again: ScarcelY collies a mometllell Where the song is not Less than half remelmbered, More than fialf orgot: All I cain be sure of I, that long ago, Solne one sang at twilight, Very soft anld low! BOB. INGERSOLL'S CREED. Souum onie sends us a little tractcoil ailing epigrauutitic exprepsion' frtom Col. Rob't G. Ingersoll's last lecture, "What must we do to be saved?" \Ve have read the tract anip we have read the entire lecture. If this is truly Ingersoll's creed. the Colonel isn't far out of the way. lie is coming round maybe. He manages to get considerable Scripture into his creed, as he sets it forth. There is lots of h...

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. — 26 May 1881

IIEL.IEn.t PI lDuTlC :llc RElT. ilE'ui:NA. ioi' 20. i ',I . Thi, lllovwing are tie ruli I:i, P"- I," Flout- 'hoice, .o . Wheat-.:2.;0. ()at---8$3·.(.) BItrley-h recstr-'82.0O, Brati aind Short--821.i0. Corin Meal-G-.1.. Peas-Sl1.25. Chopped leed--1.35. lPotato(,:--:S2 50TH $3.50l. (,abbgite-- (.rnt . lb. EgIr---Mel. Pork-net--1l0.00 Chicken_. $;,00 per doz. Turkey--.2.505(,sf.00 each. )uckk-5(0c. Fish- 25. per lb. Ilay--825.0(l0r @0.00 per ton. 1Woo!--- 7.0i(,)$r.00 per cord.: BUTTE MARKET REPORT. lu-rri,, May28. 1881. I'lr following figures rule the markets of sihe Silver City this morning: Floutr-S3 50(,S$.40i0. Graha:m-S3.50. (Corn imeta: l-M ontan I'a-$5.00@.$7.00. W heat-$3.50. Oats-$3.25. Brani iand Shorts -3.50. Barley-2.50@X2.75. PotAtoeý.-$3.20. Beets-$3.00. Butter-3--,5@45'e. Eggs--30e Cheese---l5@18(. Bacoln--Bitter Root-121 Blacou--M onntan--12@l4,'. Pork-$13.00. Beet--$6.00 on foot. Ylltton-$9.00 'V 100 potllul'. Chickens-$(i.00()J$7.00. Iay-$27.00 petr ton. Lutrher-rou...

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. — 26 May 1881

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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. — 26 May 1881

A V(?ikt c Iiatl t(: lti44i .1 111tl ill large 1iie" -It t:t Ih l.Kg 1Ii New1 Yorl; hit' li-~:rut il l. "I'"t .Joao--' t .tt[Ied ale it I xvjli r Ii. 1-444t 1,44' 111 h 44i.' W h (i= i entI1(441--v1i4.4 tI.. (itISI L .1411 disihiuel I t' ijiN Ii 1ii' tC liil4 4 4 L' H Lai(W, howev\'e t liei < iIi (lul l e lie Ut'vtie w Si-lie for uni-I' RESCrJED TOM DEATH. W illim .1.(:ot1 Yt i . W monwr'illf, Di says: [Ii lie hitll (41 It,,( I tvas luihet wvitl VI~ :.IQ C ti lth . t 1 l4H*(. (i( ll4( hiI 1441( si-i lar. cAt linJI 14,t lly 1()1l~lehile :((((lt 4114I, Bandwa -oAŽi Il'Q t.) ll lN4~>.II I'7 I i"1 Io had, "a -( oll- (in n 54ialiii hta1 *it 'iii ui-iel itar AtiICnu Viml - 11.1. wn aon 11 (I a d 11 d. lNI gave- ION CA lE 111".hl t1-rc~ BUAI FiOii :i ii41liii i~iiiGhi . I r'11 4 ketli i- vioie to i lls -j.-i( i--.. rtuc~ .le t elhttJtrj"j :1111 toda I tld.tlCYita (ipoouhree Scirs ya- eouasOfi Ieca rieti od- ever on tllicit.l wStsephens' 1n wl e.h, ed~~~~~(i I.I11S CNUP IO AN lft u G-...

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. — 2 June 1881

nia_ jndanr man. >, NNL . uM.. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-Stock, Home Reading and General News. 10 PER IGL COPY. S. WillTE SULPTITTR SPRINGS, MONTANA TERRITORY, JUNE 2, 1881. No.29 ~~~ ~~~~-~~-~-----~~~~-~~ I--- ------ --- ·--;- p il l, 111) EVE.iY 'I'll I.SI)AY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. H. SUTHERLIN, Associate Editor 1 he IlOCKx. MIOUNTAIN IITUS.NDMAN is designied Slie, :1 tile il1lme itndicates, a husbaltb:lldldtlan i.. every rn ef the term, embracing ill its columns.lI every epartment of Agriculture, Stock-rai'i:.g, lorti ltlure, Social a:d l)omestic Economy. AIO'VEIT'ISINIG RATES. ;iee7 $ 3i $5 $7 $" $ 11 20 $30 weeks 4 710 12 15 0 month I 124 15 19 21 40 60 months 10 l 24 I30 36' 4- 80 120 months 1 5 36 451 54 I 5 I 120 200 year i:1 40 00 75 | 90 I 105 I 180 250 Transient advertisements ptvaable in advance. Regular advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for spectlu advertise" ents. Remittances by registered letter, post-ollice rder or dra...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 2 June 1881

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. W. II. SUTII;FIRLIN, Assistant Editor. T'rlUI1SI)AY, .Jane 2, !,,1. WE; have oltetn taken occasion to warn our readers against the venders of patent rights, and the pedlers of patent novelties and the like, which invariably follows in the wake of railroad-. We have heretofore mentioned them as an evil which might be expected on the advent of railroad, and which might be felt to t slight extent as the road approached. A railroad having now reached the settled portion of the territory, we may expect to see them by the dozens. 'They will come in every manner ; tile foot man with his wallet of cheap-John trunml ery; the horsenian with saddle pockets lull of trinkets; the more high-toned village canvasser with his highly oriamented cases and valises, who travels by coach, and devotes himself to towns only ; and last but not least, the arch swindler of them all, with a splashing "'turnout,'' who wins the confidence of the people by his pleasing nm-anners and the e...

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. — 2 June 1881

LOCAL NEIWS. 1: The, tonsorial parlor is complete. \in. Radelr, our re-ident painter, I: kept bony. ''he people of lWhite Sulphur Springs -are building a town. --A new club rooli0 has been addled to Dlunh:tit &S Maloney's Sar':toga. ._Arthnr Sias and bride :rrived at their home on Four -Mile, Saturday last. ~'lThos. Johlson's ox train pulled out fromn Benton for this place this week. -Sev'eranUt e & Co.'s flock are fat 'and line and is yielding a hbountitfl Crop of limbs. -The frame of the Misses Edlmoitins' dwellinig put, in its appearance ye-tc:ri:dy. -''Therreare lrollaly ov\'r 3,000 beeves on tlhe Mssetlshlcll awaiting pl'rchasers. _-Mr. Thomas Jlohnslon has beLen quite ill for the past wceIk 1and is still unwell. -''The dl:ys 1re bright am1 sunny-s.llen did growiug " w'ealher for well whatered fi'eld;. -Samuel Anderson, who has been tquite ll fohr the paft motntll is oin his pigs oncei 11I'C0 _-Sh.rman !hopef' to have his f'arn do(he by July 4th. a1nd partly stocked wit...

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. — 2 June 1881

gjive floqk TiE lior-e biltsless is making quite a spurt this season. NIAUD S. is expected to appear at Mystic Park in June to trot against time. TIIE Merino sheep will produce a larger proportion of grease to wool than any oth er breed of sheep. Ar. the sale of \Vm. 11. Bass ot Columbia, Mo., on Friday 22d April, Col. Thad flick man of Ashland, sold twelve head of Short horns at an average of $135. Tit: prices of stock cattle probably reach ed the top last year, when they went off at $22.50 per head. This season we have heard of no sales and the demlcn d is rather light. T''IEa, was a neighborhood sheep shear ing at the farm of G. F. Durkee, at Alden, Ill., on the 29th of April. Mr. Durkee sheared a two-year old buck, getting twen ty-two pounds, also two yearling ewes-ten and thirteen pounds. respectfully. L. J. Glass sheared a five-year-old buck, obtain ing twenty-one pounds, and an eleven months' ewe lamb, getting eight poundu. ArT his recent shearing, W. . Brown. of Slater, Miss...

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