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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 9 November 1876

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN ER ANNUM. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. ER N COPY. VOL. 1. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., NOVEMBER 9, 1876, NO. 51. pUBLbSIIED WEEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN,, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR The RocKer MOUNTAIN HURBANDMAN 18 designed to be, as the name indicates, a husbitndlman in every souse of the term, embracing in its columns every d epartnment of Agriculture, Stock-raising, IIorti culture, Social and Domestic Economy. ADVEIITISINK RATES. - - -.-. -. I week $ 2 $3 $ 5 $7 $ 1 8 11 ) 30 2 weeks 3 4 7 10 J2 15 28 40 ] month 5 8 12 5 18 21 40 ¢o 3 months 10 16 24 30 36 42 80 120 6 months 19 25 36 45 St 65 120 200 1 yerr 30 40 60 75 90 105 180 250 Transient advertisements payable in advance. Regular advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for specd.l advertise ments. ARIiCULTUIRAL. SCIENTIFIC FARMING. There is no word more misunderstood or, perhaps, distorted among farmers, than the word science as applied to agr...

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. — 9 November 1876

R. N. SUTHRERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1876. ONE of the very important subjects for the consideration of the next Legislature Is that of equalizing the burdens of taxation by the imposition of a tax upon ores and bullion. The Ne, North-WWest, the able and Argus-eyed exponent of the interests of the West Side, in a recent article upon the sub ject of railroads, says : " If, as it seems probable, those represent ing the quartz interests voluntarily instruct their representatives to favor a fair share of taxation on bullion and exported ores, the weight of taxes will be so diflused that all interested will feel it lightly." From which we infer that the proprietors of the only mining journal in our midst cheerfully yield their assent to the measure. It gives us pleasnre to note that, moved by a keen sense of justice, they are prompted to voluntarily make a concession which, though it must be admitted by all would be simple justice, is so strongly opposed by many. We are not one...

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. — 9 November 1876

LOCAL NEWS. M.. M. PciC & Co., No. 14, South Comrnnercea ., ýt. luid, are our authorized agents to transac allb ,tuiness, contract for advertising and receive sebscriptions. J. A. IHARDINl, a prominent Imerc'halnt of p~adersburg, paid our town a visit Monday last. Mr. . A. BtuccxLTr has employed Mr. Geo. Wali'vark to teach school at Thompson gulch. Tim Good fTemnlplars' ;Ball which is an nounced to come oil' D1eciflber 1st, will be a'" Calico DBal." iRead advertisement on an other page. MACOrMiie & CLARK will make a ship iment of ores from their silver lea(d, near In dian creek, this fall atml have contracted at $35 per ton to Corinne. (GEO ).I). 'HOMxA'i, of the Gallatin Mills, has recently made some large purchases of wheat upon the East Gallatin for which lie p:id1 $1.25.1.50 per bushel at the granary. Ma. ED. SAYE,, of Smith Riiver, who went to the Centennial last fall, writes that he is having a pleasant visit ,tat his old home :mnd among his lfriends in New Jersey. lie...

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. — 9 November 1876

LIVE STOCK. SHOEING HORSES. Half of the lameness among horses is caused by bad shoeing. There must be a level bearing of the hoof for the shoe, so that the horse's foot can stand upon the ground naturally and evenly, or the horse will be in pain, and something, somewhere in theafoot or leg, will finally give way, and the horse become permanently lamed. If the heels are cut down too much, as is fre quently the case, the joints of the hoof are on a constant strain, and some of them will suffer and succumb sooner or later. If the heels are left too high, and the toe is cut down too much, the strain will come in a different way, and will be just as injurious. If one side of the hoof is lower than the othe, the foot must suffer. The constant study of the shoer shoutld be to get a natu ral bearing. He must have an eye and a taste for the business. The horse cannot talk or complain, even;, and he must study the horse's foot, read authors in regard to it, understand its anatomy, and notice ...

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. — 9 November 1876

iE HOME ICI CL. sO RAIN MUST FALL. thin were all--oh if this were all, .tinto each life some rain must fall, he.e were fainter sobs in the poet's rhyme, here were fewer wrecks on the shore of time, it tempests of woe pass over the soul-. nce winds of anguish we cannot control, od shock after shock we are called to bear, il the lips are white with the heart's despair. li.shores of Time with wrecks are strewn •.to the ear comes ever a moan reeks of hopes thatt set sail in glee, 'recks of love sinking silently. ianY arehid from the human eye, )nly God knoweth how deep they lie; Inly God heard when arose the cry,. Help ume to bear--oh! help me to die," Into each life some rain must fall,'' fthis were all--oh! if this were all; o. there's a refuge from storm and blast, -loria Patri ! we'll reach it at last. e strong, be strong, to my heart I cry, the pearl in the wounded shell doth lie ays of'sunshine are given to all, ho' into each life some rain must fall.." GT IM...NG THE LAMP. ie wor...

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. — 9 November 1876

P : TONS OF HUSBANDRY. W E cheerfully invite members of our Order to contribute to this department. Short, pointed arti edes for the good of the Order, news of its progress, co-operative buhiness plans, educational interests, etc., eopecially solicited. DI11ECTOITY. NATIONAL GRANGE. MASTER-JOHN T. JONES, Arkansas. SECRETARY-O. H. KELLY, Louisville, Ky. TREASURER-F. M. McDOWELL, N. Y. TERRITORIAL GRANGE OF MONTANA. MASTER-JOHN JONES, Helena, Lewis and Clarke County. OvhRSEER--A. W. SWITZER, Virginia City Madison County. LECTURER-A. L. CORBLY, Bozeman, Gallatin County. STEWARD-S. B. COPE, Bozeman, Gallatin County. ASSISTANT STEWARD-E. A. MAYNARD, Virginia City, Madison Co. CHAPLAIN-MRS. A. W. SWITZER, Vir ginia City, Madison County. TREASURER-J. C. McFADDEN, Center ville, Meagher County. tSECRETARY-P. B. MILLS, Boulder, Jeffer son County. GATE KEEPER-W. B. McADOW, Boze man, Gallatin County. CERES-MRS. JOHN JONES, Helena, Lewis and Clarke County. PoMONA--MRS. E. A. MAYNARD, Vir ginia C...

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. — 9 November 1876

continued from 2d Page, ly it not fatdly lwoundctl There are large timbers of ilicit distillers in that part of the ..td'e, and six of these parties ha1 ve been coin victed durinR this week in the United States Courts of this district, vt:i:u, Col., "NIovember 2.-The official }ount gives' iron. Jas. B. Bclford, (Rep.) for wt.nrer of Congress, 1,000 majority; Jud ge of the Supreme Court, Republican majority, 1480; in the Legislature, the Republican 1-1njority is 1,833. The first Legislature of the State of Colo r;ulo convened hlere yesterday. HIon. WV. i). Anthony, of D)enver, was elected Speak er, and lion. WV. .V. Webster, of Summit county, President pro tern. of the Senate. T.o-day the Legislature canvassed the vote for Governor and State officers. The elec tion by the Legislature of three electors will probably be held November 7th. The Leg islature stands-Senate, Rcepublicans, 19; 1)emocrats, 7. house, Riepublicanes, 31: iemocrats, 1S, exactly two-thirds Rtepubli cain majority o...

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. — 9 November 1876

THE POULTRY YARD. FATTENING FOWLS. A writer in a late number of the London (England) Field states that poultry proper ly fed will acquire all the fatness needed to prepare them for the purpose of marketing, in a fortnight or three weeks at most. He says: Their diet should be Indian, oat, or bar ley meal, soalded in milk or water-the former is the best, as it expedites the fatten ing process. They should be fed early in the morning, at noon, and also in the even ing, just before going to to roost, and given a plentiful supply of pure, fresh water, plenty of gravel, sliced cabbage or turnip tops. If the fowls are required to be very fat, some trimmings of fresh mutton suet may be chopped and scalded with their other feed, or they may be boiled in milk alone and poured over the meal. This renders the flesh firmer than it otherwise would be. When fit to kill, the feeding should be stopped for twelve hours or more, so that the intestines may become comparatively empty. ORIGIN OF THE DIFF...

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. — 16 November 1876

SCK Y MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Rome Reading, and General News. PER1 NG C OtPY. VOL.1. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., NOVEMBER 16, 1876. NO. 52. UIBISIIED WEEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, EDITOR AND PRO PRIETOI Te ROCKY MOUNTAIN IICSBAN)MAN 1is designed be, as the name indicates, a husboAndman in every o.of the term, emrn)acing in its columns every .r5itment of A riculture, Stock-raising, HIorti i.re.t Social an-I Idpmestic Economy. ADVERTISING RATES. l t ' b t o week $3 $3 $5 $7 $ 9 $11 $20 $3t woeks 3 4 7 10 12 15 28 40 month 5 8 12 15 18 21 40 60 months 10 16 24 30 36 42 80 120 months 18 25 36 45 54 65 120 200 Cear 30 40 60 75 90 105*1 180 250 Transient advertisements payable in advance. Regular advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for spccil1 advertise ients. AGRICULTURAL. LABOR AND WEALTH. In an Address before the Flora District air Association, September 28th, 1876, W. . Flagg, President of the Illinois State armers' Association...

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. — 16 November 1876

Rocky Mountain Hlsbanll an.. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1876. ONE of the principal reasons for the corr parative inactivity of the farmers and stock growers of Montana is the want of a steady and permanent market, yet for the past ten years we know of no country where prices of produce will average anything like what hasbeen realized hero. There were a few years that our granaries were full and grain ,and flour were not worth the actual cost of 'production; in cohsequence of. which many become disheartened, when in reality there was no cause for any reduction in our pro ducts whatever. But many were so short-, sighted that they only looked to the market ing of their grain and flour for profit, with out giving a thought to anything else, and when the price of these commodities became so reduced as to render their production un profitable, they turned their attention to other branches of industry; when, in truth, there has never been a season, however bountiful ou...

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. — 16 November 1876

LOCAL NEWS. .~i - M.I PRIC & Co., No. 14, South Commmots t., St. Louis, are our authorized agents to transac all business, contract for advertimng and receive subscrptions. ~i. J L. D. BURT, wool-g'ower of Smith river, paid us a call last week. WM. IIoLLINGswORI'II, J. W.. Kemper, and A. Cooper, of Deep Creek,. were in town this week. MR. LEoN.ARn SEIBEN, a prominent stock 1(l1 wool-grower of Lower Smith River, was in Diamond last week. Tur stock-men of Lower Smith river, were compelled to suspend, their round-up for thiis season on account of the recent snow otorm. A PACK of Indian dogs got into Messrs. Watson & Blain's flock of sheep, one day Iast week, and killed twenty-five before they were discovered. MIns. JUDGE WiESTON,. of. thadersburg, formerly a resident of Diamond, and who has been visiting among her friends here, left for home on Tuesday's coach. W. G. STAGNER & Co., have been making, some good "clean-ups " on " Whoop Up " bar. They have about ten (lays' more...

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. — 16 November 1876

LIVE STOCK. SHEEP HUSBANDRY-SHEEP SALES. In many parts of the Southern and West ern States, sheep husbandry is an estab lished fact; but those who expect to mankl of the business a permanent and not a tem porary success, must know no pause in their career, but on the contrary, it will be nec essary for them to continue steadily advan' ing. That there is much for even our lead ing sheep-breeders to learn, a moment's re flection will show. It is not enough for a person to be practical at this calling, be cause the one who is only practical will necessarily remain in the old ruts and never move forward an inch. A progressive sheep husbandry calls for intelligent theo rizing-not the wild imaginings of the dreamer, but the speculative aggressiveness of the man of knowledge. Sheep husbandry demands devotion, and in science and art devotion is genius, and it Is difficult to see why it is not the same thing In any of the various other paths of duty. A person who is really and truly in love ...

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. — 16 November 1876

THIE HOME aIBCL E. LINES IN A LADY'S ALBUM BY WILLIAM BRUNTON. We have no choice of life's descent, No choice of fortune, form, or fate, And yet we judge 'tis wisely meant, And all occurs with good intent, And leads to Heaven's high estate, If we with patience work and wait. Behold what worlds outstrech above, Enough for largest reason's scopel Ro soar on pinions like the dove, Explore the realms of light and love, Then turn with circumstance to cope, With hopeful heart and heartfelt hope! Each wish for good that in us lies, Cannot be sent without its end, But broadens like the breadth of skies, And will to full fruition rise, As dummers on and onward tend, Each wish to us an angel friend. So let thy soul expand with pride, Rejoicing in its earthly lot Invisibles are by thy side, To lead thro' death's dark tide; In stately hall or lowly cot, Immortal souls are ne'er forgot! PICTURES SEEN IN THE LAMPLIGHT. The lamp of life, after burning for eighty years for one man, went out lately ...

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. — 16 November 1876

PATRONS OF lHUSBANDRY. Wz cheerfully invite members of our Order to contribute to this department. Short, pointed art - Sfor the good of the Order, news of its progresS, .o-operative business plans, edgation.al interests, ct., especially solicited: D IR E:i C TO R Y. NATIONAL GRANGE. MASTER-JOHN T. JONES, Arkansas. S CRETARY--O. IL KELLX, Louisville, Ky.. TREASURERF,-F M. . McDQWELL, N. Y. TERRITORIAL GRANGE OF MONTANA. MASTER-JOHN JONES, Helena, Lewis and Clarke County. OVERSEER--A. W. SWITZER, Virginia City Madison County. LaECTURER--A. L. CORBLY, Bozeman, Gallatin County. STEWARD-S. B. COPE, Bozeman, Gallatin County. ASSISTANT STEWARD-E. A. MAYNARD, Virginia City, Madison Co. C3aiPLAIN--MRS. A. W. SWITZER, Vir ginia City, Madison County. TREASUREk--_J. .. McFA DFeN,. Center rille, Meagher County. IlCRETARY -P. B. h MI LS, Boulder, Jeffer son County. GATE KEEPER-W. B. McADOW,. B0ze man, Gallatin County. OtRE.--MRS. JOHN JONES, Helena, Lewis and Clarke County. PoMONA---MRS. E. A. M...

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. — 16 November 1876

Gcontinued'from 2d Page. of May last. At its conclusion, Rev. .aJos. A. Reiss, accompanied by the orchestras ang" achorial entitled " Fugrie," by S. Bach, ifter'Which an address was'delivered by the ~lon. D. J. Motrell, U. 'S. Centennial Com missioner from Pennsylvania, and Chair man of the ex-Commission. The orchestra then rendered selections, after which Hon. John Welsh, President of the Centennial Board of Finance, delivered an address. Af ter Beethoven's fifth symphony had been rendered, Director General Goshon ad dressed the audience at length. Handel's IHallelujal chorus was next given by the or chestra, and Jamcs R. Hawley, President of the United States centennial Commission, delivered an address, reviewing the history of the Exposition. The audience then joined in siinging " America," after which president Grant declared the International Exhibition closed. The Exhibition will be in incomplete form, many exhibitors propos ing to force off their exhibits to-morrow, preparato...

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. — 16 November 1876

IIICELLANEOU. THE LOST WHALING FLEET. Advices received froml San Francisco, on the morning of the 21st, brought the news of a terrible disaster in the Arctic Ocean. It appears that in the spring of this year a fleet of seventeen whalers were bound north ward in the 'Pacieic Ocean, working their way up through Behring's Straits toward the Arctic Sea, where it was supposed d'r Ing the summer season they could find a good cruising region of comparatively open water. On Jn.e 1 they commenced taking walrus, soon engaging all which the vessels had casks for. Between June 20 and July 1 the fleet were employed in working over toward Point Barrow, a promontory jutting out in the Arctic Ocean, which constitutes the most northerly projection of the land formerly known as Russian America. As fast as the ice opened the fleet kept on. About the 7th of July one vessel, the bark Arctic. was caught in the ice and crushed, her crew escaping to land, afterward being taken on board of the bark On ward,...

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. — 23 November 1876

ROCKY MO UNTAIN HUSB"ANDMAN rER ANNUM. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Livestock, ome Readilng, ndt general News. si, coPt . VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., NOVEMBER 28, 1876. NO. 1. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR The RocKY MoU.TAI' HUSBANDMAX Is designed to be, as the name indicates, a husbsndman in every aense of the term, embracing in its columns every deartment of Agriculture, Stock-raising, Horti eu turn. Social and Domestic Economy. ADVERTISING RATES. ,.- , • to Iweek 82 $3 $5 $7 89 11 *O $30 i weeks 3 4 7 10 12 15 28 40 1 month 5 8 12 15 18 21 60 s monlths 10 16 24 30 80 42 80 120 4 months 18 25 36 46 54 65 120 200 Iar 30 40 60 75 90 105 180 250 Transient advertisements payable in advance. Regular advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for special advertise _lents. AGRICULTURAL. THE GRASSHOPPER CONVENTION. The Convention of Governors, which met in Omaha, October 25th, concluded its ses sion on the 31st ult. No detailed report,...

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. — 23 November 1876

S04 y o0untain HusbandmanL R. N. SUTIIERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, NOVEMIWIR 23, 1876. CONFI DXEN il the il bounded agricul tural and pastoral resources of Montana, to gether with the absence of any medium cal culated to eucoarage their better aand more thorough development, and to assist iIl her alding the facts relating thereto abroad over the hland, prompted us one year ago to enter upon the publichttiotf of the tRoc.' Moux TAIN HuLssBXNDAd , W~yojrnal of hbgh rlhoral stAndard, and "Aholly differdht from any other published in oUr 'l.rri-to, y. Without! a single dollar of subsidy 'from 'any source whatever, or any pledge' of zunpport fiom any ring, clique, party, association, or indi vidual, we set out upon thiro'ercnlean labor of establishing a newspaper upon merit alone. .Promising nothing more than a true, and faithful struggle for Justice, makitig Truth always the desideratum, we went about our work, using our utmost endeavor to make each succeeding number better than the last, a...

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. — 23 November 1876

LOCAL HEWS. rM.-d(. PRiCE & Co., No. 14, South ComTnmuro. St., St. Louis, are our authorized agents to transac dll businesS, contract for advertising and receive adbsoriptions. R,:AD " A Talk with Young Ladies," by 4, Pandora " in our Home Circle. M ADISON county farmers have the best market of anly people in the Territory. CAPT. STA\FORD raised the only crop of buckwheat in Meagher county this season. RICcHARDS & Co's., mill on Duck creek, is running on ore from the eighty-foot-level of the Nancy lode. Miss ELIZA ED)MONDSON, who has been visiting over the range for several weeks, returned home last Sunday. GALLATIN county is shipping large quan titie.s of grain to Pleasant valley and other points along the Overland line. JACOB MAG.Oi, who met with a severe in jury from one of his oxen while attempting to yoke his tealu last week, is on our streets again. M . pi. J. WINsTON was in town this week looking out for a school-tencher to take a school at Confederate school house fo...

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. — 23 November 1876

LIV STOCK. FAST WALKING HORSES. While fast running, trotting and pacing horses have each engaged the particular at tention of breeders during the past half cen tury, the fast walking horse has been total ly neglected. The time will come when the excess of production of the three classes above named, over the demand, will greatly reduce their market value, It has been shown in these columns that the production of thor oughbred and trotting horses has beet large ly in excess of the death rate, that as a nec essary sequence the stock ia the country is increasing from year to year, and that un less a foreign demand be created, prices must inevitably decline. Breeders should therefore turn their attention more to the production of fast walking horses, both for the saddle and general draught. The busi ness would pay handsomely, for the utility and value of such horses would soon be properly appreciated, thus creating a steady deman, which would not likely be dismissed for the next halt ce...

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