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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 8 February 1877

-HE _HOME lBCItLE. TIBUTE fO AMERICA. nY MAILTIN F. TUP'PER. Great anl understamding Nation! Bear with one wlote humble pea Sends this hearty cammendation Fying through the mouths of men; Not in vain presumpltion daring, But with gratitude sicere As your thousand bounties sharing This Centennial happ)y year. None need doubt my fiiithful fitness Thus to judge, and so to speak, As a true and honest witness, Mindful, though his words be weak. Since I may not tell out strongli All the best I feel and see, Let suspicion, sneering wrongly, Find a flatterer in thee. Five and twenty years have vhiished Since I hailed you once before, And my mIemory holds unbanished itow you greeted mni of yore; lvenll now some few surround Ine Tl'houtgh that quarter century's lied And th:Sir love has newly crowned me With old blessings no my head. Thanks to you, dear old and new friei' , Each and all my praise receive, 1Iverywhere I know you true friends, And your cordial words believe; As a brother greet a...

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. — 8 February 1877

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. EDITOR HUSBAN.DMAN: At a regular meeting of Farmington Grange No. 5, P. of If., held on S.turdqy, Jan. ,20, the following .officers were dcly installed for the ensuing year : V. A. Cockrill, W. M.; J. B. Weaver, lW. O.; F. L. Stone, W, L.; John M*Leod, W. S.; A. D. Weaver, W. A. S4 S.II.. iluiray, W. C.; F. L. Luce, W. T.; B. M. Dawes, W. Sc'y., Wm., Perks, W. G. K:; Miss Em ima Stone, Ceres ; Mrs. M. Weaver, Pomo na ; Mrs. Ann Perks, Flora; Mrs. E. Dawes One addition by. demit. Farmington G range is getting along very well, all things considered. B. M. DAWES, Sec'y. * Central Park, M. T., Jan. 26, 1877. EDITOR HUSBANDMAN : At the regular .meeting of Pleasant Valley Grange No. 25, :P. of J., held Jan. 27th, 1877, the following , oIf1oers were duly installed for the ensuing ye.r, by; Bro. Lewis, of Sheridan Grange : , G. J. Wickham,. W. M.; J. Mow, W. 0.; J, S. Chrisman, W. L.; J. Smith, W. S.; Frank Foster, W. A. S.; Z. D. Foster, W. C.; W. H, Newkirk, W. T.; 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. — 8 February 1877

j,|-,- - . "" - ewSarc the bowl! though rich aud bright Its rubies flash upon the light, An adder coils its depths beneath, Whose lure is woe, whose sting is death. FrIOM TEE CAPITAL. IN company with genial friends, seated in one of McFarland's large sleig-hs drawn by :it excellent teaml on the evening of Jan uary 27th, we glided out from the Capital for a few hours' ride and a visit to the Park. The night was clear and calm, and the light of the full moon shone out with the splendor of noon-day. As we sped along over the snowy field engaged in an exchange of words of admiration of the beautiful night and mountain scenery-minutes were as mo ndents; a shortlhour had sled before we were aware of it, and we had passed Unionville and were turning the hill near the place of our destination. We entered Park City Lodge room at 7 p. m., where we were wel comed by many strangers, yet fraternal friends, brothers and sisters, whose greeting it will ever be our pleasure to remember. Park City L...

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. — 8 February 1877

IISCELLLANEOU S. MARVELS OF TELEGRAPHY. Means having been, found to talk audibly. over the e(lectric wires, we are now told that :n instrument has been iuvented.by whlich perfect copies of messages, maps, pictures, etc., may be transmitted. J. G. Smith, of Ilaversack, N. .J., is the inventer. Durirg t he Centennial Exhibitioita specimen of tihe izfc-snaile telegraph .was placed in Machin ",'y 1l: ll, coitnetetd with another instrument :at the Weather Bureau at Washington. By mlean.s 4of it the Sigmal-Sei'vi'e weather maps made out at Washington, were daily trans mitt'ed to the Exposition ground.'', includinlg the f/c-.simi/lc signature of the Secretary of War, which daily appears upon this; map, Said, having been lithographed, was printed and distributed plrecisely as it had been mnadle out at Washington. The inventor is seekinlg (ealit:dl to bring 4is invention into general itse. SUBSTITUTES FOR 'STEAM. It is knowrn Ihat the expansipn of liquids by heat takes place with suchl force...

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. — 15 February 1877

ROCKYU MOUNTAIN HSBANDMAN .R A M. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Litt-stock, Home Reading, and General News. 10PER SG COPY. ER SINGLE. D COPY. VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., FEBRUARY 15, 1877. NO. 18. pUBLISIED WEEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, EDITOR AND PIrOPRIETOR The ROCKY MOUNTAIN IIUSBANDMAN IS designed to be, as the name indicates, a husbsndman in every esof thce term, embracing in its columns every derartment of Agriculture, Stock-raising, IIorti c[ture, Social and Domestic Economy. A.DVERTISING RATES. ]Teok $2 $3 $3 $ $ 11 $ 12 $30 , weeks 3 4 7 10 12 15 28 40 1 mnath 5 8 12 15 40 6 3months 10 16 24 30 36 80 120 Smonths 11 25 36 45 541 65I I 120 200 1 year 30 40 60 751 90 105 I 180 250 Frannsient advertisements payable in advance. Regular advertisements payable qualterly. Twenty-five per cent. added for special advertise ments. AGRICULTURAL, AGRICULTURAL NOTES FROM MONTANA. " Homeward the plowman plods his weary way."'' Although in mid-winter when the best agricultural portions o...

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. — 15 February 1877

Rocky IMoutail l libandman. It. N. SUT'IERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, FEBRtUARlY 15, 1877. TII~iRE has been a great deal said in the last few weeks in regard to the 'TLerritorial Seal. A number of Territorial papers have been very unscrupulous in their remarks atbout our Chief Executive. Some of our journals have actually accused Governor Potts of forgery. Now, so much of this buncombe is entirely: uncalled for, and is liable to create a bad impression abroad. we are in fatvor encouraging immigration, and such inuendoes as these heaped upon the heads of those highest in authority, by the leading journals of the Territory, will have the effect to create the impression ,abroad that Montana is inhabited by a dis reputable class, and deter the better portion of society from coming hither to seek homes. The Naw North West of the 9th, makes the following plain explanatory statement: The history of the existence of a dual seal is this. The Bannack Legislature passed a joint resolution authorizi...

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. — 15 February 1877

LOCAL NEWS. i ý-n I&C (O., No 14, South Commercal St. Lous, are our authorized agents to trtansac l .,'b. IiS,. contract for advertising and receive sabscriptions DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. SfJtdd Communfications held at their Hall, in Dia ond City, on the second and fourth Saturdays of . month. Sojourning brQthers are cordially in vitLd to attendDAVID BUTTERFIELD, W. MI. I, Ii. BARNES, Sec'y. T'I' recent fall of snow did not extend to Smith river. THERE are several cases of scarlet fever on Confederate creek. NEARLY every body in town has joined the Good Templars. DoN'T tail to read the Gallatin letter, to be found on page 7. THE present session of the Legislature will close Friday, 16th inst. TRni Missouri Valley farmers will sow largely the coming season. THE beaux and belles of Diamond are get ting anxious for another dance. WOOL-GROWING is the most lucrative and prosperous business in Montana. ANOTHER article of the usual high merit from Pandora, for our next...

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. — 15 February 1877

LIVE STOCK. FROM SUN RIVER VALLEY, EDITOR HUSBANDMAN: According to the almanac to-day is the 3d of February, but, judging by the weather for the last two weeks it is April or May. We have not had more than a month of winter weather so far. If I would tell our friends in the East that green grass is shooting up in Montana the beginning of February, they would say that I was "stretching the truth a little," but nevertheless it is so, and if they were here I could show them thousands of acres where the grass has grown from half an inch to an inch and a half during this warm weather. Cattle never have been in better condition at this time of year than they are now, and steers from four years old up, are about as fat as they were last fall, and the prospect is that we will have an early spring, for the frost is nearly all out of the ground, and the way in which the snow has melted, has thoroughly soaked the ground. There would be no difficulty in plowing now, only the ground is too wet, ...

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. — 15 February 1877

fTHE HOME CIRCLE. --THE EVENING HOUR. 'he stream is calmest when it nears the tide Tnd flowers are sweetest at the eventide, And birds most musical at close ot day, And saints divinest when they pass away. Iorning is holy, but a.holier charm Lies folded close in Evening's robes of balm, And weary man must ever love her best, For morning calls to toil, but night to rest. She comes from hIeaven, and on her wings doth bear A holy fragrance, like the breath of prayer; Footsteps of angels follow in her trace, To shut the weary eyes of day in peace; All things are hushed before her as she throws o'cr earth and sky her mantle of repose; There is a calmer beauty and a power That morning knows not, in the Evening hour. Until the Evening we must weep and toil Plow life's stern furrow, dig the weedy soil Tread with sad feet our rough and thorny way, And bear the heat and burden of the day. Oh! when our sun is setting may we glide, Like summer Evening down the golden tide; And leave behind us, ...

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. — 15 February 1877

Imimmli imm s.- ... ... . . PATRONS OF HUSBA1NBRYi OHIO STATE BUSINESS AGENCY. [Continued fromin last iweek.] Notwithstanding we have realized in this operation, still three and five-eights of a cent per pound is too much to pay for hand ling and marketing the wool for patrons. It can and must be done for less. One and five-eights of a cent per pound shouldl and will be a full cempensation, and will feel satisfied it can and will be handled for that and perhaps less, and at the same time well pay the man who has charge of it. Our remedy is for Patrons of Ohio and ad joining states to unite and co-operate to gether as one, and exercise a little patience and not be so ready to run to the local deal er and publish our grievances so hastily. Let us be our own counselors, and keep our own errors to ourselves, and correct them within ourselves, as our enemies learn enough and gather enough weapons in their hands to use against us, or accomplishing their ends. Let us show our firmness and ...

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. — 15 February 1877

iO . of . T. iew'are the bowl! though rich aud bright Its rubies flah 111upon the light, ,.u adder coils its depths beneath, Whose lure is woe, w-hose sting is death. M[u. EDIT()Io : Allow me, as a temperance o,. and one who is in favor of morality, briety and industry among our people, to otest against sending to our legislative uis to make laws for us, menc who Inot only ve no respect for themselves, but are a ,rrace to society. How can we expect ca to enact wise and wholesome laws for who cannot govern their own aplpetites; he spend more of their time at the bar of saloon or at the gaming table than at the st of duty? Many of our law-makers, I * by their aetioml upon the Sunday law, ve the interests of their constituents at art, and are mein whom we should all be otd of and delight to honor and trust ; but "o members of the Council gave utterance sentiments which should cause the blush shame to mantle tie cheeks of those who nt the re. The member from Beaver ad, in particular, mf...

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. — 15 February 1877

MISCELLANEOUS, NEW POLAR PROJECT. A'St. Louis party has arranged a new plan of Arctic exploration. It is proposed to have two small steam-ships fitted out at San Francisco, with which the party steam up to Alaska, and thence through Belirings straits into the Arctic ocean. Arrived in these waters, the compass is to be dispensed with, and the thermometer substituted. By tracing out and following the tepid currents, which, it is conjectured, flow in the direc tion of the pole, by this route it was believ ed there would be less obstructions to con tend with from ice, and the grand object of the expedition would be accomplished. Once at the pole--(the earth's poles keep open after sundown at least six months)-the navigators propose to seek another passage home in the direction of Nova Zembla and the coast of Norway. The above plan hav ing been matured satisfactorily, in order to carry it out it was agreed that a prominent Senator should urge the passage through Congress, of a bill provi...

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. — 22 February 1877

OCKY MOUNTAIN USBANIDMAN f .OO A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stak, Rome Reading, and General News. PER1 s . OL .D M DIN EALE COPY. -VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., FEBRUARY 22T87 O 4 pUBLISIIED WEEKLY BY R, N. SUTHERLIN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOh The RocKY MOUNTAIN I HUSBANDMAN is designed to be, as the name indicates, a lhusbsndman iL every "ensol the term, embracing in its cohmns every een rtm ent of Agriculture, Stock-raicihg, liorti onuture. Social and Domestic Economy. ADVERTISING RATES. 1 2 $3~$15 $7 $0 11I $20 $.0 gweeks 3 4 7 10 12 15 28 40 1montll 5 8 12 15 19 21 40 6 Smonths 10 16 24 30 36 41 80 120 6 monlths 18 25 36 4 54 65~ 120 200 1 3ee 930 40 60 75 90 105 180 250 Transient advertisements payable in advance. Regular advertisements payable quarterly. Twenty-five per cent. added for special advertise. ments. 74GRICb URAL. CONCUSSION AND THE GRASSHOPPERS. Col. Lucius A. Hardee, of Florida, to whom we have frequently referred in these columns as the originator of the sch...

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. — 22 February 1877

Rocky Mountain HlllsaniaR. B. N. SUJTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1877. Fox forty consecutive days the chosen representatives of the people have been in convention enacting laws for the. govern ment of our Territory, " with what success let those who sent them there determine. We have kept a reporter at the Capital the entire session, who has furnished our read ers with a clear, concise and impartial ac count of the deliberations of that body. As to whether these deliberations have resulted satisfactorily to a majority of the people, we are unable to say. One thing we will say, however, and that is that they have fallen short of our anticipations; short of accomplishing many things which lay with in their power, and which the country most needed. Yet, upon the whole, we must ad mit that the members, one and all, seemed actuated by a desire to faithfully serve the interests of their constituents. But herein lay the fault, for so strenuously did they ad here to this principl...

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. — 22 February 1877

LOCAL NEWS. i " PRIC E &Co., No 14, South Commercai qtS.ouis. are our authorized agents to transac Soii Louines, contract for advertising and receive ýlleoiption DLIAOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. Stated Communications held at their Hall, in Diamond City, on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. Sojourning brother. are cordhilly invited to attend. DAVID BU7TERFIELD, W. M. II. I. BARNES, Sec'y. J1EAD Nitamur on our Home page. DON'T forget the Anniversary ball at Cave gulch. TiE Good Templars of this place are do ing a good work. Miss MARY LINK and Licurtus Orr made our town a visit a few (lays since. T'E crowded state of our columns com pells us to issue a supplement this week. CoL. GILBEIRT and escort, passed through town Monday last en route for Fort Shaw. '. J. W. HINTON was in town this week. lie reports farmers making ready for spring work. B. F. Txrr, who lctt here last summer for his home in Michigan, is now in the Black Hills. MR. P. H. MALONEY iS in recei...

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. — 22 February 1877

SDAIRY DEPARTMEN~T. HEAT IN CHEESE MAKING. The mode of applying heat to the con tents of the vat in cheese-niaking has, per haps, caused as much discussion as any oth er problem connected with that manufac ture. This was the topic chiefly considered by Mr. A. L. Fish, in his paper read before the convention of the American Dairymen's Association at Ingersoll. We append an abstract of his paper from the Utica Herald: The cheese maker has to bring the fluid mass, milk, to a temperature suited to an efficient and uniform action of rennet, as an accompanying agent, to effect a partial de composition, which must not be carried to a complete separation of constituents, because part of the fluid portions of milk must be retained Intact. If separated by the vapor Izing influence of heat they will not again unite with the curd as a milk constituent or component of the cheese. If a thin slice of the closest worked curd, after being pressed ihto cheese, is dried, it breaks like glass, which pr...

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. — 22 February 1877

TH~EHOME CIRCLE._ TO-MORROW. rY CHARLES SWAIN. Let to-morrow take care of to-morrow, Leave things of the future to Fate, What's the use to anticipate sorrow ? Life's troubles come never too late. If to hope overmuch be an error. 'Tis one that the wise have preterred; And how often have hearts been in terror Of evils that-never occurred. Let to-morrow take care of to-morrow, Permit not suspicion and care, With invisible bonds to enchain thee, But bear what God gives thee to bear. By His spirit supported and gladdened, But ne'er by forebodings deterred; But think how oft hearts have been saddened By tbars of what-never occurred, Let to-morrow take care of to-morrow; Short and dark though life may appear, We may make it still shorter by sorrow, Still darker by folly and fear. Half our troubles are all our invention; And how often, from blessings conferred, Have we shrunk in the wild apprehension of evils that never occurred. [Written for the Rocky Mountain Husbandman]. NITAMUR. No lang...

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. — 22 February 1877

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE COXITTEE. EDITOR FIUSBANDM4AN: The Executive Committee of the Territorial Grange of Montana, met at Prickly Pear Grange hall, Feb. 14th, pursuant to call ; quorum present. The committee unanimously voted to hold the next session of the Territorial Grange at Prickly Pear (;range hall, on the first Wednesday in .Tune, 1877. The following amendments to the consti tution Were adopted by the committee, and submitted to the subordinate granges for consideration. 1st. Amend sec. 3 of article III by strik ing out the word " six " in third line and insert four, and strike out the word " three" in fifth line and insert two." 2nd. Erase article VII[ and substitute the following : Sec. 1. Any member who is in good stand ing is entitled to a demit, which sludll be good for six months. Sec. 2. Persons having such cards may be admitted to membership without additional fees In any subordinate grange, but shall be subjected to the same form of Petition,...

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. — 22 February 1877

llcarC the bowl! though rich and bright its rubies flash upon the light, 1n adder cuils its depths beneath, Whose lure is woe, whose sting is death. The following otlicers were installed at a tweeting of Mounitain Home Temple No. 3, held at hiamonid City, on the evening of February 17th, to serve during the ensuing ear. . E. Collins, 1). T.; B. F. Bull, 1). re ,''. Mrs. F. A. Walling, D. Sec'y.; J. P 1illis, D. 1. S.; C. W. Sutton, 1). T.; JolA1 1n1ckingham, 1). C.; Anldreiv'Bolin, I) M.; I< «. I "once, 1). A. S.; Miss Lizzie Walling, D. G.; Daniel 1loug fin, D. S. The followliIng oflicers woce installed by Diamond Lodge No. 0, on Monday evening, FebrurU'y 3: J. S. Kelly, W. C. T.; Miss Lizzie XWalliug, W. V. T.; Ed. Brassy, W. y ; T. E. Colliis, W. A. S.; J. P. IHillis, H. F. S.; John.i Buckingliamn, W. T.; Wallace Stairley, W. M.; L. A. Benedict, D. M.; M M. }:d. Brassy, W. I. G.; Luke Powers, W. J. . Jas. A. Stevens, R. U. S.; Daniel Nihon, -iII'. _______ The followiing ollice...

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. — 22 February 1877

IIICEL LAN E C -6. BLUE LAMP CIIJM7:E-S. Noted iinli4t-. tC r in- Ir- (raft. A ilt. and stillýing-< rion r"'pll n lne;lvi" hcv w bluish-greny , or ýIllm r-oke-en 'lre !''l --- "' U a protection for «r';k e t - :gi':hst ithe 1n pºleasant elIedt o r( fr1. armier, a]l \ lo light. OU the znill 1Vciiile, Ow t:liii reddish yellow light ,! adills, rid a ;ul gas, on normail (y1' a- wel v' aI:s V%1 't, 1, ran be pltoa- altly t'o inite by tie use 1 liuv chlimnlle'yy or globe r:ti I A of 'on~ r the reflcctinhe piid tie IiOlyta coloreIii lii pt ultra-nuarine 11110. .1 rec'i'rkably n":ir ::i proach to a :ii hi e agreeable g i - 11i ) in y ii t is slid to be produced by :lV a l p rai l k~naip wvith a roumst wick :ital :: light Blue c Iii y of twice the u- l t:il the 1icl;it :r ia i-i ar so great a draught t1hat th }litrolciti burns with a nearly pure whice tiami. SULPHUI FOR SCARLET FEVER. I)r. Henry Pigeon write: to the London Lancet as ft ll ws: 'Te iiarvilot site cess which Iis a tendled Ii...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
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