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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 19 April 1877

ýIIE HOME CIR L :.------7 .-c-7- 7_: -- 7__:----'--- Y FLOWERS. rp There is no season in the year That lifts man's heart to heaven so near 4 A~s snmmer; When flowers about our pathway grow; p And roses on the hedgerows blow- sweet summerl Andt as its perfumed breath doth rise, In, silent homage to the skies lOp-stealing, A tliluannu1 memories forth start, O jLong-hiddeC1 pictures in the heart i Reovcaling. o Where lllac chains with scented links, 1 Or treasured tuft of red clove pinks, a Or heather, 11 ý,ongst which we played, fine stories tell b Of parted ones who once did dwell Together. Again the feathery seeds away 1 Are pufled to tell the time of day, i1 Whilst golden e lined cowslips into halls we twine, f Or part the horns in columbine Enfolden! Whilst through the woods the whole day long t] tihe cuckoo sings an idle song, Awaking The echo of a dulcet peal, That rang ere hearts began to feel Heart-breaking. And so it comes to pass that we With half a sigh the flowers see, 14 ...

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 April 1877

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. THE SOCIAL FEATURE OF THE ORDER. (Comunication read al t 3t. Nebo Grange No. 141-2, Fultoln lounty, I(nd. In studying the principals taught by tirhe grange, no one can helIp but be impresedc with their peculiar litness to the farmler's family. Surely some good angel must lhave presided over the deliberatiois. wleni it was decided to open the doors of the grange to womeiin. TheIre are a great Ilanyt secret so cietiCs controlled cxclur-iv(ely Iby menc; ibit the grange has been very fortunate ii thlus uniting t lie whole famnily, makirig it a home. 'This f irnisihes the social feature, that has contributed so largely to the ralpid growth of the order. The interest taken by woman in the grange, and the reinririg inlluence which her i'presence exerts, prove.s thre wi~diorn of this feature of the order. Ileretofore, the so far'mer's wifh and dlaughter's have lived ins almhost seclusion. No class have been left out in tIhe cold by society, as the women of tlhe country...

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 April 1877

[CONCLUDED F° arM sECONIr) .T' IE.] Weesley lhode W. F. F. Kirkwood and Geo. "ons. Each of these gentlemen have miiost c<(,-clent fatrn, , and are enjoying their vo ltions wijtl brigh ter prospects than ever. They have g'oo( lIouses, anid better fences 1n1Ol(d their farms than we have noticed hnywhliere on our route. Mr. 0. G. Smith Iro0. are loc'ate4 at. the fi ot of t11(hl lenc:h Nlad, and have at g ((1d d welling and out in provemecnts. About half way iup the hill, and lnt a huti(ldred yards from tlhe house, a splendid little sp 'ing lbursts outt ;lad flows lthrough the yards, affording a imost excel lent site for a daiiry rancilC. We foulid .ir. (,eo. Lyons breaking ,round on his new ranhl. Mir. LT. is one of those lucky fatrmers \\ho has recently taken to his assistance a life partner. lie noow has 8lil that 1 man (1. uldl wish tO make him hap py-a herd of stoek, grazing at leisure up on the hills, a well ihiprovedl farm ind home and a companion i to simarle it with him. Mr....

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 April 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. THE GULF STREAM. The Gulf Stream is a current In the At lantic Ocean, issuing from the Gulf of Mexi co between Florida and Cuba, following the general direction of the coast of the United States so far as to near Long Island, thence trending easterly, increasing in width until it reaches mid-ocean. There it divides, one portion going northwardly and probably reaching the open Polar Sea (if there be one) via Spitzbergen; another portion washing the shores of the British Isles, while still an other stream warms the Azores, Madeira, Canary and Cape Verd Islands, finally join ing the Equatorial Current, to be returned to the place whence it started. This stream is narrowest between Cape Florida and the Bemini Islands, where it is limited to forty-four miles in width. Its ve locity there is from three to five miles an hour, and its highest surfilce temperature is 850. It is bounded by walls of cold water, the distance of which from the shores varies greatly. At Cape Florid...

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 April 1877

R OC Y IOUN TAIN HIISBANJ JAN rPER ANNUM. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Beading, and General News. 1 ,I h, tL COts. VOOL. . DIAMOND CITY, M. T., APRIL 26, 1877. NO. 23. i W1.1.iVitl ~I. EY BY l. W. SUTHERLH8, V 1)1 'O 1 AND Pln) t'ltIi Olt) TIM 1itO'!) 1('(1 N0Nir A"1'.IN 1T1S'SANi)3 - L.5 (leSigu1a tt 1 $ i ti(( 11:1111 1(ii Ijeates, uL htahVa1i '~~o m I \ev ry ,l f9r(, I th teriol, euLIbn':oiiig in its (l'{1121111: ; every AI)VEt'l'.SING IATE:.- iweek 7 $ t i9 $11 0$ wveý'Lks 3 4 7 t Io 1: 9 iI lUn"W) 5 S 12 I' 1!f 21i 41) 1 (i 4 i iti I)~h 10 1 24 9)1 a, 4 12 11, , 25 :3 45 I C: 120 )MI' "M5 ( n 75 !I p; r 1 1 jj. t . IVC [-c'lY('flt.'4 pavain i(f i l V ')2 1iP; 'iili III CIIý ),Olh~i'ri:t < NVa:lWC .9!!!)lterly 'I'wt'iitw v ive - (Ci' ceiit. n.at'ied I,)r 'lcclCc 1 a(1\CrtiCe ilI)''!t' ' i - TBE NME, i 01: tIte IliiAtorv of atiZric altoure it: ulultarte). loas as 5095011 op~ened' witlil) 'il titer 1)10 sped s to t'ieo tartrier. t\ ' have ti~ihi fli "!ovi'...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 26 April 1877

Rocky I iitaill Hllsballan . !t. N. SUTIIERLIN, Editor. TO,.; , .. ., \PAIL 26, 1877. A Goor agr ag:ultural paper is es essential to the farnte!'s ~i',!ts a:s any implement of husbandry is to his tiel'ls. This is a pro gre sive age; new liscoveries are being made every year, im!trlnements are being continual' ly impr,: :d, the most improved methods of the varin,.-+r branche.l of agriculture are con stantly b,iog discussed through the columns of the dift: m",:nt journals devoted to this in terest, and no farmer can keep up with the progress of the times unless he takes one or more of thee papers. Hie mnust not only take such journals and keep them about his honce for his sons and daughters, but he must read them himself---not only read therm cvare! .lly, but heed what lie learns. The knowsldge gainmd nmust be put into practice to reap any benefit therefrom. There are many who taeL, papers, not particularly to read tuem, but j st to have thetm ari, id, or b'. anuse the editor or agent...

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 April 1877

LOCAL NEWS. . Co., No 14, Soth Comrninrl1ICZ 5, .ft. Lnis, are our authorized agents to tranýc rit bu ihess, contract for ,.dvertiilIg and reeeive ,ltboriptiolln. DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. stated ('omnnunications held nt their Halll in I)iamond City, on the secndii alid foiurth .,tur(dvy of each!1 month. Sojurnin.g brother1 are cordtial. invited to atteiid. 1)AVII) HLTTElHFJELI), W. =(. Il. If. BAr..,s, Sec'y Ciu'lo T is ill sCSzionlr. O()U town is fill oft people. LAMBINn SelsOii h's arrived. M tEIfs aire pro'pheyiig a light water seaSO l. -. . IIEEIIT)ERDS are 4scarce tIllamong 01l1' Smith raver wool growers. 'I' is recent storm put a slight check on frming, but did no (:damage. Its amutsing to see the Base Ballers meet anld compare swollen iin 'ers. J).tX-IAT,r, IIEI)trS & Co., hI,'"e selected a new location for their ferry ,oa:t. WE are indebted to ilo~i. A. II. Beattie for the proceedings of the District Court. lIa. LANEY has aballtdoned the idea of put ting...

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 April 1877

LIVE STOCK. .PREPAdING WOOL FOR IMARXET. .The followig Jra:;cti'al ,tlggestiois by 'he rColorado FIr,ýr 1t tile w~(l-roweCs of that State, will apply with Ceqal l)rce to., our condition in Montana : We would call the atteition of our wool g.rowers to th the itnporltance of pro1p(rly pre p~,rizg" their colilng 'lip for thie Inarket. We do not only have reference to rrading n:ll sacking as to the diflfrent jlrl:tlitie. of wool in the clip, illal to neatly tyin"g cup and zcnet'al worknnu-like mmcl'r of handcling; hiut to several other important conz.idera lions. It is thought by some of our tost expe rienced sheep imenl that some steps -should be taken to gather our wools together at 'uch central points-as Deniver, and equally eligbhle places, and store them safely so as to hold them for ready inspection by eastern llmlanufacturers a11n wool speculators. An other adlva-tage of such cent.ral warehous ing, would be tie opportunity afforuded to those who wilshed to borrow money on wools 1...

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 April 1877

Y-- ,ITI'O I COLOT'T COLCol NYlll the (le th of h er htt.u ul, the '14:11 h & ii 1'o e ilr:t, ret irced to ..tie tit . ("1m1 (I ii iti le), arid ti ere to the odet_ 111001 Iii; ((:1 tlhwhich gained "l title ot J)iviilC. 1b thy. c ((111' re 0ill 000 1 ne 13(0It, In ff111i UIC, 1 I ti' }(1011(1h l -oil (C 1 100or ~I 'ahcc the h Ii C c thl I lon thly shore. X1'tC h th(e (0 I' thy (lll ell', iou ait r titICt 'i :ii k I W Ck cult X11H)1r I lt Id I III '2dv -asle lo an d;g , 'l(thet C((1 1CIQ;l (VolS il~lc: liho"""d 1 hOCliltt Wl 1 l1((11 1 1, : IC i of (1 Cl, i 111itt i(100aidCl;L1(O01 woatk withtoo 1r IC~th ,m glidin huto~ IIId ri'itiCban it( is ('ol 011 13: ci ' is ,I she 1( Ale1 lived:1er lovked and llIVCtt her breast. ' kneiic twac lire-longh nliftrtyofl, p',,- wt0)llOC, tthe mald riaes b!aind nf wthteg o1y 001(r 0110to ciole ,filho nlclrln(c oildg como n xgarh i. ,and closer lo; " tice:ed ad brre he brast Silo knei 1t/ 111(e . ner-ocg hrronioi, 1'1i 1o0 ig ( l It rine , t:he3, l...

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 April 1877

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. DOES THE GRA' GE PAY. Tile nation is 1reval:ent fli]t when a grange is so far away from grange Ical 'rs- agelts and stiore.s thhat its mimb.ers' eanlot buy and sell thirough grange ehl mils, it is of no I benefit to them. This no tion may be, indeed it is, well groundd. Very few granges thus situated are of :nyl\ service to their memlllers, But for t!his thre members thei uelves are to bla:le; and Iat i their location, lnor tany circlulIs!;t!ace over which they have no control ()fthne=, tile -eaent.bers ot a grange thiuk they cnn:lllllot lol itabli lbI y l1d el 1 throulgh the granlge agencies and stolres wheI( re:ally they canl. 'They may be too far away from ag'eitelcs and stores for each ,member to send in his 1own little orders alo:. : and yet so ,ear that, if three or four oor tI.e jocuibers cow hined their orders, and bought of a gralige store or agency, they would do better for themselves, t.,orally and Ii nnc;ially, thlnr they bought of the c unltry stor...

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 April 1877

TERRI RIAL N EWS. . - t'run thie Avanit (ourier. F rank (line lIes sold his ranch to Ellis $1 $l.el'0 cash. r. elisloi SforyL and falnily returned to • ,!un g t"e week. Mr. Story is 1ii`ig t r uPlt s ill (iays of yore. lHe .itheg^ rlle with him. (;in d lWl .ut l.b oat will soon follow • , ir'th s5Cpd-potatoes and other ;ri for thef. ,rectccld vegetable gar oel -in '1s t i ',~C e river. ~ M. B'1ak. Iv h, s over-due here, has .. T e i r :, iiJ Fort Dutord mailcon ,t. eaId h :.'realy (dispa;tched, several i'. -- To I .L river. 3l. M. Blhck, ho is ti hcc:iy of 'ease, Black & Co{,., a gone to sthford to arrange for service thtt poi ,T'1ihe contract price, w(, , isome ri' bt'tween 12.000 and $20, fThe , y is at last opening to the The cattli': O 'r '~ng in Madison coun are ,-1hli'nr by their itnproved conlditioni e etlet.; ': tl g .reen ' ; wt-, ,v'.ich is he u-ing tu,,.;ourn th-e hill',, ull tat beef will ott ger't ( piclOln '.::' p):uite. We :e ift tec , i. t sevueral :head of eat h...

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 April 1877

HOW THE EARTH MIGHT BE BURNED UP. I Professor Proctor, writing to Belgraria niote; the cases of star conflagration and the sfflect which would result to the earth if our -un1 should he thus acted upon. These star conflagrations, it is believed, are caused by contact with other heavenrly bodies--mete oric flights traveling on eccentric paths, or those in attendance oni the conmets. The mneteors attendant upon a comet colntinuet to follow in its path years aflter the co.,met has disappeared. The eftect of a ('comet, b:t'':aillg in its flight many millions of uet.uoric Inn's u's, falling u)pon thllesun-should that take place--can he understood. Our sun, seen from some remote star whllence ordi|narily he is invisible, would shine out as a new sun for a few days, while all things li ing on our earth and whatever other menmbers of the solar system are the abode of life woulld in evitably be destroyed. If a conmet came out of that part of the constellation Taurus, ar riving in such a time ...

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. — 3 May 1877

ROC Y OUNTAIN HUiSBANDMAN ,1R A.. . A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER SIGLE COPY. VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., MAY 3, 1877. NO. 24. _. ,,m'.mmm,,.nmmmm|~"· - im- ~ II I nn p. S. 3UTHERLIN, E;)ITI,'l 11AN 1) PO'lP) IETORI T11 [t )(. Y "'Jr.u N II',SANNI)MAN is desiglned 1, be.:lý I t II iindiL.atIel , a h ubis'eIUnmanitH L every J )iirli 1:l 1 ih I . 110l (lln.1(· l hll2,1) ('a.gltldlll; la li'eur - t':lil )[' l'. Fitt' , : n rli l l inl its 1' (11nu)nl 1 e,-7.-r- • ,, nIoJIt ,f A, Th ulure, Sto(' k-rF i.f .g, 'i 1k S : $ $ | I $ 20$30 ' eek; 4 7 1 0 12 1:) 28) 40 I* d ll[ l 1 1. 19 2 !40 .I. . S 0 I 4 .' ? ' 8' 0 120 h e i " I 1 1 IP 1 t - 4 100 2r r . 1. 180 250 . id \ iL im'lI'payable .u *I.AI erly. Iwet -lilt :er veon. 1)1)0l for speen 1 advertise .'.... i. li. n t itble c Illitio l that exists S10n11011"n* n e ftilI' tI' I lt i r, disposition to grlnti ple.:ull I wN iI"h 14) lioSome chronic. It I .ld, pe'rhtap;, existtd fo!. ages, ...

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. — 3 May 1877

Rocky Mountain RasbanlmI n. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THIURSDAY, MAY 3, 1877. WnE feel it a duty devolving upon us to raise a warning voice against the profligacy and extravagance of our local governnment. Year by year large debts are being heaped tupon the shpullers ot the tax-payers, which grinds them, to the very dust, and cripples and cm!;trrases them to pay. We dlo not allege thlat this is solely the result of incoim petent officers. We do not think this class Is a rule get anything more than their just deserts; but there seems to be a spirit of extravagance and reckless carelessness per vading our whole sytemn of government that is dangerous to, the future wellfarc of the Coun try.. An iudi'idultd starting out in life finds it necessary to use the mpst stringent economy in his young dimys, iti, order that lge may be blessed with pjenty.. ''hie .amne rule applies with equal force to couptries. When they are new, if their treasuries are guarded with jealous care they will, become...

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. — 3 May 1877

LOCAL NEWS. _..---- -------- - I!o PctCnzr. 0 .(o 14, South Lorannncz gu0 are our authorized agelnt to Iranliac i.. L -Ceis,cntract for advertising and receive bioripton -"li D "OND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. coI Statel Colmnmnuiicattione held at their Hall, it in inTa IInd lCity, (ol the second a~tl fouhrth Saturd( Y of etch 1n th- Sojo(urning il1 brothuler are cordially invited to atteeit. an I)AVII) 1ILTT'EItRFIEL), W. M. If. I , BARNES, Sec' y. als I,,itýIIrii are in their glory. AVAs ANc(llI still prospects well. thi t'fiE ngitel'r of0 Spruce bar held a meeting, coi 1ay 1st. gn LToo)MIS & Co. are p)i)ilng on the bar in vet 1agpie gilcil. pa RAINS and the McIntosh Bros. are ground re sluicing in Magpie. SNOWY Lorn and tlowery t o ,I is the an order of things just now. Wi received a call fron1 F. *. Weaver, of an Gallatin, yesterday. $7 SrcAG;NER, Furgeson & Rottwit have con- Je menced piping on Whoop-Up ar. 11 SOCIAL Ball at S)lri"gtowvn, MaI:y 18th, by an Nick Fr...

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. — 3 May 1877

LIVE STOCK. MERIN03 AND COTSWOLDS. Although of the four or five distinct ýpe c(i(' of shel''p g!ne'ral!ly recognized by Initl .alisls, theII lhoeky Montiltain -heeup (OSis: ,(0nf4na) is iIlig'enous to th1is (.olntient, still the're, i noneIi of our IIonae.tieated b)l'eeCP whlich ha1y" ,orifinated oi this side Of ti(e At lhutic. The first of these' were introdnl'ed from I Engi.iil: l into the .1ii' eric nn ('oloniices in l1(:1. 1at lJanlestowvn. Vi., :and were ful lowed by imll ,o; tltioll s- into New Y ork :li t M.[:ss:Iahl5setts. in 16.25. Tl'hels wIre, of lthe (o)111111 s o''I, . (al f( t ll ' s11 il pO:I't:ltio ils aire ,ite1seln(h a vast l iiijority of tlihe tlirty live 4lillion sheep no\w to be foinal in this count ry. Of thechoice breed) the lMerinos were the first introduced, in 150)2. :alt4hougI it was not until (igllt y:tear later, in 1810S, that ithey were iLported in ciO'l-'ieral(e 1Ii1n h1rs. I"From lthi l1 muy bei (li 1te(ll the iit p)roV-e'4ioit of (our (loine-lic val:...

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. — 3 May 1877

TIlE RUINED MILL. lcn anti dark y( ie ..e IS the old ru:i "t mill: S ta ll beautvt o' b. , -;one (-li tl (,dimly r un,' it still. ie 1 ',lowh ' ) . 'ne:ath its m uould'ring e',vea , vr t din'gy wall, \ l shI w :: t I .'i g m o ld fo re.,t tree i I;s ,t si!cu tly o f e r a ll. 'ie river sw(ee'p with ia moulrnful sound Pi t this ol ruined mill, ,ell'ug u.s tale; df ollh( " d'L ,r . \ i' º n e n Ii 0 ,' Y i n ', "' s t , i l l . 1 t' Il of the u' il i gt lr, s ' mi a l brav oe, I d the t ill!('r ,I :u l iter air, e u l ('h'h (' l h n ' , r li h t ) '1no e ,ilh a lunch hr ie N':]orktr: thero. i n h s t , . ie ':ucrr: 1."ys , 'r1e all gone by , \Il now thte 1 lt mill i:, le'ft e b te ftr Ih ', sv.tallow ., ',-wh:c.h roudl'o it 1ly, of its he' rulv ' 1is all her(' . ];l! the (ilhlr'i Ihul hwr, a hu:ppy wife, lives oN(rF on , ' ., , r ; een ill, ?uli from bhcr',' viu h)w wsatches, to-d::;y, Tae tu tu ' ev 'ifth rtQ's aeil ." fohrbera; ne , a Ige i lten.-a"-l d fiy of the g ror't s of Iifc ...

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. — 3 May 1877

PATRONS OF SBAINDRY. ATTENTION, PATRONS. The attention of IPatrons is invited to the .tfet that the 'Ierritorial Grange of Montana will coni,.ne in anniIal session at Prickly Pear Hall, in Lewis and Clarke county. on the first Wednesday (f;th) inl .tune, 1877, at I o'Clock, l)prompt. As it g ill. no doutbt, he lie most ilmportant session of the Orde.r ever Iheld in this Territory, it is hoped that every sub-(range will be properly reprCiitCed. Attention is also diec(ted to an auieuil itlent to the (Con~titiution, which has been ratiliedt and is in full fisrce, to the ellect that lforth degree ineub ers are eligible to the degrees--CouLnty, 1)istrict. State or National. All Patrons who have any co-operative scIheImes or )buiness plans of interest to the Order they wish to submit, are cordially in -itced to atte('nd. 1. B. MI-, Secretary Ter. G:'ange. onoulder Valley, April 26, 1877. NOTICE TO PATRONS. I ta i:k pleasure in notifying the Grancge's of' the 'Territory that I have re,(eiv...

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. — 3 May 1877

gcN(.'L)' De FROM SECOND I'AGi.] lhi, sprilig. lie has a good dwelling and a~ this ex'el'it farim, and was pretty well dll tcecl with sceding it. Just above the radl he is improving another large tract of lal which hi is cultivatiing this season. Il is tables we noticed some tfine young stall i , • ....ic he is raising principally for his ` use. In his yard we were shown a con iderble lot of'hrtubb)cry, among which was 0tine pin lmhi which Mrs. S. has suc (aeded ill trlinsplhntilg and growing, the firs success we have known to have been nuide in this art iii the mountains. The se cret of the art is, we believe, by planting, in Sgravelly earth, keeping t.he ground moist anti the tree shaded from the wind and sun for the first two or three years. Continuning our journey down the road we passei, very many dwellings and farms, but, as the names of the proprietors were not on our list, we did not stop to look at tu'ir stoL K. lr. It. Blurfiendl, whom we found. in his tield of wheat, enit...

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. — 3 May 1877

ISC ELLA NE U01S. A NEW FIRE EXTINGUISHER. A new fire-extinlgulslling chemical coin pound has been lately devised, Which, in its application for extinguishinig tires, is quite different from the lire anuihilators in general use. The new composition is a mixture of chemicals which, (ao being ignited, evolve sulphurolis acid and carlbouie acid gaces, which fill the apartmient or building, produc ing an atmospl)here which smothers cotlus tion. A successful trial of the invention was recently had in front of the City HIall In this city. *A beard shanty. 13 feet square and 10 feet high, was erected, to represent an apartment, and furnished with a door, window, an:d a stoveplilpe coining through the roof. The interior was coated with tar. O)n a bench were placed seven basins, con taining benzine, coal oil and naptha. In the one corner was a 10 l1h. box of the extin guishing cominpotntd, with a fuse attached to it running round the walls on the self-ignit ing plan. The conibustibles were s...

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