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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 1 March 1877

'OCKY MOUNE TAINl USBANDMAN A JM. 1 A .IJournal Devoted to Agriculture, live-stock, lHome Reading, and General `News. PER Ct PY. VOL. '. DIAMOND) CITY, MI. T,, MACH 1, 187. NO. 15. E 'IlA[I [.) \VEA"ICIy ll Y P. 1ý. SUTýE iL , S1~ I):1:':1) 1'1 P)1Pe TO1 ,, city lv l ilt' C) it. L i ili a l -if utlltj ur C, I i IV - Ii'n r IT) -1. A 11 . ' ..L ' !}bl) rlnl J 10 30 I·· .:",l) Tl~e1ýty.-li: l per CC lt. :Icllicc i 1`;,1 ·],Cc'.:. tle '\'Cti e- . ettta . -:A1Tn:1JIJiic I LURB L THE LOCUST CONTEST. The follow)win siggst.st10is, made by a rreslpon;t ld t the ( ol'o)rado )Far1Orer, are orthy of c:r"etfl p)er.usal by our ftrmers. nly a very small iistrict in Monta:na will troubled witli yo(u"g grasshoppers the ,ring sprin,, but it, will be. ju)J1 as impor lt to wa\\r ip i):l tlhelL illn thes(; s(ections :aS or it was; besides, the iunformattion gained( ny prove valuable for tlhe Ifuit ure: No nation of inte0lligelce risks a contest thout tirst prepa'lring misiisil's and other s and meansl ...

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. — 1 March 1877

R. N. SUTIHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, MARCHI 1, 1877. WE HAVE more than once expressed our views upon railroad subjects, and on the Gould-Dillon proposition, giving our disap proval with reasons, etc. We have also as serted that we believed an.l railroad meas ure would be defeated by the people, unless there was a manifest willingness on the part of the mining industry to share its pro rata of the cost. We.were sincerein these state ments. They were based upon our confi dence in the wisdom and judgment of the tax-payers of the Territory. We also stated that there was no antagonism of interest be tween the agriculturist, the stock and wool grower and the miner. And although there may have been a seeming ill-feeling engen dered, there should be none. And we can assure our mining friends that the farmers and stock-raisers of Montana are ready and willing to meet them half way and labor for the best interests of the whole people. The North and South railroad bill, which was passed by our ...

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. — 1 March 1877

LOCAL NEWS. Wv~~. aic & Co., No 14, South Commercao S. Louis, are our authorized agents to transa 'bai fels, contract for advertising and receive -abscriptions. DJjOI CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. I. Stated Communications held at their Hall, In Diamond City, on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. DAVID BUTTERFIELD, W. l. I. H. BARNES, Sec'y. MR., . ROSENBAUM commenced sowing wheat last week. 'fr Gallatin Female Seminary is prepar ing for another exhibition. MB. J. G. PICKERING plowed his first fur row for the season last Friday. HoRiNBUCKLE & MARSHALL gave their fock of sheep a thorough dipping last week. MrNING in White's gulch is being attend ed with better results than it has at any time during the past eight months. MEssns. Myers & Embry, of White's gulch, have recently struck a "streak" and are taking out good pay. Tia new drain in Cave gulch is being pushed forward night and day, with a full force of ...

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. — 1 March 1877

LIVE STOCK. SHORTHORN CATTLE. A few breeders of thoroughbred Short horns are anxious to establish a scale, of points for the .regulation and guidance. of judges in awarding prizes, but this·.plan will probably ndver be carried,.into. ,opera tion, as there are-too many, well-grounded objections to it. A contributor to the .Jour nal of the Royal. Agriculturac 'lSocietysays that in attempting to ddecribe the proper ties which a good Shorthorn ought to pos sess, the difficulty would be lessened if they were all of one age and one size; the rela tive proportiuns of each part might then be defined with precision and hccuracy-so that by applying thesecale the'defects of symme 'try would be. lmm ediately discovered ;: with out such a test we are left to form our own opinion from experience, and observktion of sucIr animnals as have met with general ap robation. In halidling a beast we proceeu to put nol hand on 'those parts usually called points, commencing at the rump, thence to' the hip,,...

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. — 1 March 1877

'fl ilO (CIRCLE. T ONE HE _ --..----- `'AFTERý' THE STOIM. After the storm, a calm;. . ,fter the bruise, a lbtlm or the ill brings good, in the Lord's own time, An, thlsig'h becomes a psalm. After the drought, the dew; After the cloud, the blue; the sky will smile, in the stia's good time, ,u And the earth grow glad and new., Bloom is the-heir of blight, Dawnl is the child of night, d the toUling change of the bury world Bids the'wrong yield back the right: Under the font of ill IM!ly a'cup doth fill, ndtthe patient lip, though it-drinketh oft, Finds only the hbttor till. Truth seemed oft to sicep, Blessingfl slow to realp, ill thchours of waviting are weary to bear, Andli the courage is herd to keep. Nevertheless, I know Outof the da:rk must grow, ner or later, wlaitever is fair, S jinkjc .the hueavels have willed-it so. r ritten i)r the LIocky Moattyail .iliubanlmia n.] COUNTRY VS. TOWN. anay of the ancient poets, even as far k as thie' plhniest days of imperial Rome, e dwelt in c...

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. — 1 March 1877

PATRONS OF HUSBANIDBRY. Ma&r of our granges which have been dormant for months, are springing into life again. Every week brings encouraging re ports from some grange which has revived, _elected officers and get into good shape for a season of useful work. This is the second rise of our order. This time our farmers are inspired by its usefulness, and not by any novelty or excitement. EDTOR HUSBANMAN: At a special meet ing of Elk Grove grange, on the second Sat urday in January, the following officers were installed to serve during the ensuing year: James B. Stewart, W. M.; J. M. RobiMson, W. O.; C. Edwards, W. L.; W. Hansard, W. S.; J. Weaver, W. A. S.; J. J.Cham)ers, W. T.; G. Cope, W. C.; J. Plum, W. Sec'y.; J. Forsythe, W. G. K.; Mrs. J. M. Robinson, C.; Mrs. J. Forsythe, F.; Mrs. B. Reed, P. The installation being public, was attend ed by a large number of persons who were not members. The business being over, tables were spread and loaded with eatables, which were partaken ...

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. — 1 March 1877

:0. of G T ' the bowl! though rich and bright s rbies fash upon the light, e. der coils its depths beneath, ._ ders woe, whose sting is death. ie orin o the 17th we mounted oGilmer & Salisbury's coaches fora tl Boulder valley. -The day was calm a my as:autumn, and the trip of forty b -was made without accident or incident by of special note. At 4 o'clock p. in., eched CiPt. Cook's. new-hotel,' which itated at the junction of the Butte and - I e roads. This, place, being located ut midway between Helena and Butte in the' vicinity of a-large district of silver mines and surrounded by the 1 1tiful Boulder valley, makes it one of the c "t desirable locations we have seen. jter a hearty supper, in company with i, de, we strolled down the valley about ( a mile to the hall of Boulder Star lodge, r ere we enjoyed a very pleasant evening k one of their meetings. This lodge is one the Good' Templar institutions.-of Mon- 1 , They have a good hall, neatly carpet decorated and adorned with f...

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. — 1 March 1877

IISC ELLANEiUS,. CONDENSED HISTOIY F STEAJM. About 2() yearý !. (.. eroa, of Alexan Mria, forlmed a toy whicll exhiiited :(some of the powers of st,'am, andl xwa moved by its power. A. I). 540, an architect arranged several caldrons of water, each covered witlh the wide bottom of a leather tube, which rose to a n:arrow top, witih 1i4eS extended to the rafters oft the adjoiuing bluiling. A fire was kindled beneath the ealdron, and the house was shaken with the efforts of the tea:nn a:seclning Il(e tubes. This is the first notice of the power of steam rec'orded. In 15;43, June 17, Brasco d(l;C ray tried a steamboat of 200 tons with I tolerable sn.:cess, at Barcelona. Spain. It consisted of a cal dron of boiling water, and a movable wheel on each s.ide of the ship. It, was laid aside as impracticablle. A present, however, was made to Garay. In 10(30, the first railroad was constructed, at New (.astle on tihe Tyne. The lhrst idea of a st.(imi engine in En gland was in the Marquis WXor:e...

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. — 8 March 1877

R O C Y MIO U AI AN _ USBAN DMAN :rrT-=-~------ -I -----K--- - - ----- ---- - · --- A.-'. ( A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER NC OP. -O. --- DIAMO--ND CITY, M. T., MARC- - - 1877. NO. 1 . VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY iM. T,, MARCH 8, 1877. NO. 16. p(;13I.1-II WEEKLY BY B. N. SUTHERLIN, } 1)1 bR AN I) 1'ROIPUIEIOI' The Tbº 1- MiOI NTAIN ItII SBNDM)AN is (eSgn1'lC to be, I. the m u iu~l(tC , IL it1$ lflh(ifl~tflt t, evec(ry tw11,, the Iterm, embracillg int (i(t,- llIS every dte41rtaicit Ag gri t hereui .St (k-ri:ig, Ilurti o . I ure.I liV Ull(I AI) ETtT151N ItA'I'E S. - g* 1 --,, $: $ 7$ $ 11$20$30 eweek º 3 4 7 10 12 151 2t 40 I 1 5 N 12 151 1 1 21 4 oII 600 1 100nthV 10 16 24 30 -' 50 120 Jnpnll W 21 :3( 45 54 I :) 1"20 2)0 ti v ea t :l 3 4 0 I 6 0 7 5 90 I 1 0 5 I 1 80 2 5 0 Tr,:lieilt 3tuIvertiflCeenlt PaY' te iin advance. Iegul1 itiIcV~rtisi mecnts payable qu1:1 terln. Tvwclty-l'e pei Cent. adtluºi for 91)ecCll adlvcrtise. I_ RClltU R - AtR...

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. — 8 March 1877

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. it;IUR S)AY, MARCH 8, 1877. LAST week's dailies brought us excitinq news from the Yellowstone. Five hun+redl Sioux warriors were reported to be advane ing luponl the Crow Agency, and fears were entertained that they would attack the set tlemnenits. 'This is but a repetition of the old story familiar to us all.. Every spring .since the settlement of the country, there have been -,ore or less alarming reports about Indians attacking our frontier. This time it is much earlier in the season than usual, and the number of the hostiles is far more formida ble than has been reported heretofore. Like former alarms, it is perhaps greatly exag gerated', but the evil effect upon the country will be none the less serious. It gives great uneasiness to men who have families., Wo men and children are frightened almost out of their wits, and although the enemy may never come, this living, in constant dread is, to say the least of it, very unpleasant, and c fuses our settlers...

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. — 8 March 1877

LOCAL NEWS. t- - N o 14, South Commercta 3.. oi, re our authorized agents to transac bu. ious, .ontract fo r advertisnmg and receive 'builness, co tlbscriptions. O CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. ted Comminicatios held at their Hall, t piamond City, on the second and fourth ntur days of each month. Sojourning brothers irc cordially invited to attend. )eDAVID BU IIERFIELD, W. M. . See'y. ___ Lit. I)A,. STILI VA- is m1oving his family o lony g-ulcll For.N).-A lady's bracelet. The owner lt have the same by calling at this office. I\ s are under obligations to our friend nri correspondent, Jack McGoey, for late ipies of the Black Hills Pioneer. OUR friends on Smith river are luxuriat ng upon fish, which they catch in great abundance from all the principal streams. JoHIN BECKNEY, ofr' Poverty Flat has ta en a large contra.ct of hauling quartz from lhe mines to a quartz mill near Pony gulch. TaIE thoroughbred sheep belonging to lennett & Goodale. have commenced lamb ng. They have se...

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. — 8 March 1877

DAIRY DEPARTMENT. DAIRY DISCOVERIES. As thousands of the dairymen of Ameri ca are aware, I have made the removal of the chief obstacles with which they have had to contend in the manufacture and pres ervation of butter and cheese a subject of diligent study, and a speciality of my pro-. fession (as a rural architect) for a period of more than a quarter of a century.. Of ne cessity,, my field of study and experience has been the zone. known, as the ''Dairy ,clt,"-proverbial for the changeableness of its climate, so adi'erse to the supcessful prosecution of the, duiry art. 'The failure of all the experiments. of its votaries, as well as otlthe.efforts of architects in supplying, in this.and4 other cowitries, an economical, practical and efficient means of arresting the ,ffect of those frequently recurring changes. and marked climatic extremes have been. so, numerous as to become the rule instead: of the exception. Being confronted by such an array of discouragements, in conjunction wi...

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. — 8 March 1877

TilE 0ME CIRCLE. LIFE'S VOYA GE. The sun shines in the eastern sky, On the sea its splendor pours, Aud a ship is sailing into sight, And it comes from distant shores. Sweet music makes the hlapping sails, As into port it steers; Ald from the shore the pleasant sound; A welcoming of cheers. A little life is welcomed in, A hark from unknown shores; U'pon the world it casts its freight )f precious goods and stores. Sweet mhusic makes the welcome wordh, " To thee a child is given." We hail it, as the ship is hailed, A blessing sent from heaven. The suil sinks in the western sky, 'lThe evening faints in sight, As the ship sails out to tlie unknown seas, And soon is lost to sight. Sad ilmusic makes the flapping sails, As seaward far it steers; And dimly faint the shadowy masts, Seen through a mist of tears. A weary life goes sinking out, And it drifts to a distant sea; And its goal is the everlasting shores 01 wide eternity. A voyage made by ships and men, A('lross an ocean vast; The good...

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 March 1877

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY A WORD TO PARMERS. 'The spring is dawning upon us, the -season for seeding is approaching, awd from all accounts, farmers are prepatr g to farim .cxtensively, buoyed up with the hope that they will suffer no annoyance from the ter rible ravages of the grasshoppers this tear. They are also encouraged with the tig'ht anticipations of retrieving a portler cf their losses sustailed. Aring .the two gast years, and stimulated b'¥y the scarcity and active demand for farm products. But while we are making preparations to farm largely, and we have every reason to hope for an abundant yield. Would it not be wise to devote some thought and time to consider the manner and plan of disposing of our crops to the best advantage, when gathered and the method of securing our farm ma clhinery and home supplies on the most ad vantageous terms possible, when it is in our province so to do? Would it not savor of a weak policy for us to put out large crops, work laboriously all summer...

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 March 1877

I. O, orf G. T. lheware the howl! though rich aud bright lts rubies flash upon the light, .\t adder coils its delpths beneath, Whose lure is woe, whose sting is death. ''iT: citizens of Pony ,"ulch have determ iIIcti to organize, a Good Tetmplars' lodge at atl e:trly day. We learn thatl: the requisite nlnhl)er of names have atlready signed the applicalio . -. l',,o. Cl . Bt:l), writing from Crown I;ntre Lodge nlder ldate of March 2d, says: ,. We will lose some llmembersl' this quarter lv clearance card, as Co. G. is going to Ft. Ellis to do temporary duty there. They will, I presume, joi'n Fountain of Hope Lodge. Lincoln Lodie No. 40, reports twenty three new members installed during the p:ast quarter, one withdrawal by card, and nine expulsions, leaving a gain of ten mem bcrs in three monlth. WhLen it is consid cred that this lodge just cOmllceteltlhe work of a general tliuuning out of tiledrones, and have a mem)bership of 35 ill good standing, we may consider them as working well ...

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 March 1877

IISCELLANEOUS. TOUGHENED GLASS MAKING IN BROOGKLI A World reporter has lately visited tie ,works in Brooklyn where the manufacture of the La Bastie toughened glass is now lu ;active progress. Thre manufacturer states that, in June last, Ilis factory was destroyed by fire, and.the introduction, of the (glass into our iparkets has for that reason been delayed. Only one kind of goods, lamp chimneys, itre now I:ade, and the process is as follows: 4A vorkman, having in his hand a pole about eight feet long, with a knob on ,the end of the size of a lamp burner, fits a chimney on the kn-ob and plunges it into the flame of a firnace, Ite withdraws it twice or thri:e that it may not heat too quickly, turning the pole rapidly the while, :;t d when the glass reaches a red heat quick It shoots it into one of a dozen small baths tixed on a revolving table, and seizes anoth er chimney. A boy keeps the revolving table always in position, and as the china .neys come around to ]him, having beet the ...

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 March 1877

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANIDAN r .00 A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER 1 eY. VOL.2. DIAMOND CITY, M. ., MARCH 15, 1877. NO. 17.----- VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., MARCH 15, 1877. NO. 17. F- -----~:BT n ULISIIED WEEKLY BY R. N, SUTHERLIN, EDITOR AND PIROPRI ETOI The ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN Is designed o be, as the namne indicates, a huisbandmanl_ i. every o bo, the term, embracing in its co'illns every Sartment of Agriculture, Stock-ramicii.g, Ilorti ei tare. Social and 1)omiestie Economy. ADVERTISING RATES. ., . , 0 . ý_ . _ . . ... . $3 $I7 $11 0 $30 oY eeks 3 41 71 10J 121 ]5 281 40 month 5 8 121 15 19 21 40 00 months 10 16 24 30 3 42 80 120 ;months 18 25 i 45 541 651 120 I 200 y.mr 30 40 60 75 901 1051 180 250 Transient advertisements payanble in advance. Regular advertisements payable quml terly. Twenty-live per cent. added for apcc.1d advertise eats. AGRICULTURAL. AT present there is a strong indication that there will be a considerab...

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 March 1877

Rocky Mountain Hl l anld all. R. N. SUTHEIRLIN, Editor. THIURSD)AY , MARCH! 15, 1877. IT is a little surprising what a vast amount of good wholesome advice an editor will re ceive gratuituously, regarding the manage ment of a newspaper. More particularly is this true when there is some important ques tion agitating the public mind. Ouj expe rience is by no means an exception To this rule. The amount of counsel, we have re ceived in the last few weeks, as to the course we should pursue, with reference to the North and South railroad proposition, is truly voluminous. It has come upon us in a perfect flood, until almost overwhelmed we are ready to believe that " it is more bless ed to give than to receive." Now, to follow the advice of all would be impossible, and we very much regret that it is out of our power to do so; but we desire to thank our friends for thleir consideration, and accord to them their inalienable right to their pe culiar views; but with all due difference to their ...

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 March 1877

LOCAL NEWS. . N ý 1, o 1I, South Commercau St. LoIi cz c our authorized agents to transac , iLo'c, aCtract for advertising and receive riptions. OND CITY LODGE No. 7, A . F.:and A. X. Stated Communications held attheir Hall, In aI)imond City, on the second and fourth saturdays of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. rothe VlID BUTTERFIELD, W. M. IL IIln~lu s, Sec'y. THE stampede to Pony still continues. ,issouri valley farmers still continue to rsake their homes for Pony, the new iartz Eldorado. TRIPr 13B s., of Missouri valley are build g a livery and feed stable at Strawberry ity, in Pony gulch. lIn. C. T. Rader, who passed oto his way hIelena last week, made the IIUSBANDMAN pleasant call. )ra young dramatic artistes are getting up entertaining programme, and will present no distant day. A LETTER.'f rom our regular correspond nt in the Black HIIills, is unavoidably rowded out. .h. J. R. MARKS is fencing a large area Snew land which he intends to sow in ...

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 March 1877

LIVE STOCK. HOW TO BREED THE HORSE. It seems to me that at this time of year it is necessary for us farmers to exchange ideas in regard to breeding and improving oulr stock; and as horse breeding generally comes first ia the spring, I will attempt to give your readers my views, hoping that others will do the same in regard to other stock.. In the first place, we must have a def inite plan--an "ideal animal." We nmst breed for some settled object, and select and act accordingly. M~y ideal is an animal for all farm work, riding, pleasure driving -of medium size, souid, fine action, and quiet enough to be trusted with our wives and children, lively, spirited, etc. Now, how can we get such animals ? We certainly must raise them, or pay exorbi tant prices if we purchase. I shall endeav or to give my nwdus operandi of breeding such animals.. * The starting idea is, we need and must have blood. on the farm as well as on the track,.and' we must not expect our ideal ani mal from scrub stock....

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