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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 10 May 1877

ROCKY OUNTAIN HUSBANJJMAN SPL i N. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Lve-stock , Home aueing, anu Genera,,e 8 PER 1 L C OPt . VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., MAY 10, 1877. NO. 25. P " iBL 4I 'E1) WV, IKJ LY BY H. N. SUTHERLIN, }Ii).1TOl AND PROPItIETOIt The ROCKY MOLTNTAIN 1ILUSBANDMAN is designed to 1w, as the u:vUn iniieitet, a ithuib nidmnht Ui. every ;oil4c Of (he tern, enmrahing in its col :nus every ,1 awrtment of Agrieoultiu.", Stock-moicil..g, Ilorti ca ture. Mot*'i al mm lhhDaiestic Economy. - tf AD ERIt II'EING It 'EI. i WCek iw'I : $ 3 11 9 $ I `20 :10 t meonth 12 15 1: 1 2 2 4 401 ( 311n1,M1h, 10 1(' 2,4 30 ;;u 80 120 ( 1 nI~i thii 1>. 25 3( 4. i 5t 65: 120 24)0 I ye 11 30 41 60 75 I (A) 105 180 250 'LTansient a:t1vertiisemlents payaI I!e in :advance. Ito.uar advprtisieiits iayable mu ter!y. I n enty-lnE PeCr cent. addin for 1)ec.L 1 advertisei A RICJLTBRAL. MONTANA " w ai never bles-e4(1 with better prospects for a good crop thaii this season. Spring camnie cilidy, the ...

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. — 10 May 1877

R. N. SUTHERLLN, Editor. f THUR~tSD)AY, JAY 10, 1877. t Soap of our cotenhporaries have sought to 1) make capital out of our assertion respecting l, the fate of Diamond City unless a greater , degree of energy was manifested than was evinced upon the occasion or a certain quartz meeting, by applying it to the whole Terri- k tory, and class us with those who may just- ii ly be characterized as chronic gramblers. j We are frank enough to confess that we "bewail" the lack of energy on the part of c our people, that we have grave doubts as to u the future greatness of our town, but we de sire it understood that we have never for an I instant entertained any doubts as to the fu- c ture of our county or Territory. Meagher t county, like every other county in Montana, , has too many inexhaustible resources upon c which to base the foundation of wealth and t prosperity for us to become skeptical as to c what awaits her, and will share alike with t her sister counties the general prosperity ...

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. — 10 May 1877

LOCAL NEWS. - - - t _ _o., 14, Loath Com m en-ui 16 M , 4are oar authoriied agents to (1tne atEK:e;" contract for adrrertinig and receive OND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. Stated C ommunicawtions held ait ther [lull, in ;amond ('ity, on the seconll an1 (1o rth h inudxvs of eich month. Sjourni ng tircrls are (,ohitill v in vited to attend. brtI)A1%ll) I3UT7sTER'FILl), W. M. Ii.1.1I .------------ -- I 'iiK water ni (Confe~dlerate is iticreasiti ,l PjosriEC's were never better for an abun dant crop of grass. t. Now is the busiest seaMol of the year for I oar shed) Owners. V,M1. lhau(,lN ient over tI Smijih river ettst wcck to look after his stock. 1, K, & IAnWs, of Upper Confederate, bare comme ced ground isluicing. ' iss are quite lively arouid our sheep ranches. Flocks are increasing rapidly. t W. F. IIAAS" went over to Helena by N T'uesday's coach to replenish his stock of goods. DON'r forget that Leopold Marks is clos inr out his entire stock of dry goods at cost for cash i...

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. — 10 May 1877

LIVE STOCK. THE MODEL HORSE. .1"v far too munch attention lets lately been given to the deveiopiment of extraorditlary .pe-ed in horses. Al, hest this can only serve the purposes of show or :spr-eiwentt, while "0o great is its liabilitiv to abuse that society has, with rea4oni, learued to look with sstpi "ioiis distrust uIponl most of thl(se conn eted in any way, with fast her-es. Strange that :- ociatlioll with t'Ie Iioblest of irrational atinimal; ;hounh exercise so 4lemloralizingr ;11 SutIitence over his Ii tinati owner and att('llcl alts! One of the worst results of this tin due ( exiltat ion of hleetnes is IL tendency to neglect or iindervalue tle intrilslc- merits of the ainimal. It is as a tol4pl' to 111:111 that the horse deserves thte highest praise ; nid in this capacity. a large, powerful, com naetlv-built and well-proportioned animual is far more serviceable than ne0 of a lighter, but fleeter breed. There are strong indications, however, that the world will soain recogni...

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. — 10 May 1877

t r tl It x kr ~Ilouiit n Ilitib Indmnut ] QL1: gIONINGS% *~e dl Lº, that iln the e.ther thui ng 1nl ie( orsintly', soothing rn3 S, 1 Hy i ' t ~ sign of yor song Prlu~ I uoe later clays'? I.tro0 im approzneunbte, yet'Sil o(t lusangIz(l we tur1ºn, oahrinn inaele, l'ro~t ýý,iieh w f.1U nutl patie011( learn. lu SY;~r I ike It Iuntolillt r~eeutº lt ilVolI keen Fourl atuc~ue~t IIower:, WHYI, are NC there, wthy are yc here Y Awlll ºc'it :iL'iauts thie at ter time Wa'u'rC is tthe gite way to tue sphere Wec kiw1V a- t tie Ce1.lestial Ctlim? ye stall are mutet. Oh! (ln et stiars tOf nP) 51':1l is ittl 010 quest; 1V rabid1t cross your sti iiing bars tcevoiud wvhijeti li i the Lain of P~est.. W. E. PaHo1I. OUN1L TLE EVENING LAMP. A Series of Papers for the Home Circle. 131 W. E. I'ABOR. IN'ITO)DIcTORY. AR Florabelle lights the evening lamp, and cache' us sorting o ilr papers for the work 1Ore ii. she says, " What now i" And we weer that the light of the Evening Lamp I tcehle as it miuay beI-is...

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. — 10 May 1877

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. A; the time draws nigh tor the a -(en - blitg of the ferritorial (Gr'tniie, it Ievolves upon the mnemblers of -uhI r.finate grac rPes to loll vet e fully every (}n("'tion of il)lpor t;11; e thaIt \\ill he of inter l -t1o the ordý i 011(1 tfiel -elves. and see tI it that they are dulýy rep~rc-ent~ed. au11 that their (1(1 :tte tcttt,11 1% f ully I~ la tra d :t- to their wvantz :111( the i Icua-iris :aid project., they desire to .ee ilhungalrated. 'FThe far'mIIrs having s11114red iuuIl'lnsely the two pa-t groing seon-ons from the dep r("dation- oftoo~( merciless 'hoppers it (are ates no surpri-e thtat the order has muade 110 faIrther proglre thau it La:. bu1t fow that we ve LvCery r(ea~n to hope for abun)d1llt harvests the mu)inig autimnfll, is it not w i-c to consider and mlaturec plans for our indi tiidlual 011( fr iu'ler:l ptrosperity", finanlcially as well as mlorally 11(1 " e ially, by settling upon the 111-t, methlod; (;t disposing 0!our' products týo the be...

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. — 10 May 1877

GENERAL NEWS. Ti e th iCavallry with 1,100 men left Fr. t linlcoll and went in search of Sitting l hnll Who i` suppose(, to be north or south t the Yellowstone with some 500 warriors. The cOmlanl Wi will hunt him (Own 1111(1 Thiie the hostiles when found to the brýeuincourier from Bed Clouds e ithiat 17 lodoes are enroute for the Illoalytone, to siuirender Gen. Miles. - Tile tilnolS 'fweed ring consisted of' Twee]d, ('OnOll3y, yteLe0ey, lall, Woodwalrd, with 1j1lor' allies. who met daily in Tweed's office. .-_Great lnealinesS is felt for the safety of the City of BIrtissels, en route from New yotk to Liverpool.--A negro gained Jack (vl es was shot dead at Canton Mo., Oil the .id, wy 11e011 McAulis for committing a rape MIrs McAIIlIS-. McAuliss was not arrested. ,_1 terrible land slide occure(l on the I1),1k of the river 'eillet, a tributary of the lhttiscan, ill the p:Irislh of St. Genevieve, one l1111red IlIles ('0St of Montreal. TIhe batik al tint plaýc i' gilhty feet IiigI . Over...

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. — 10 May 1877

TELEPHONIC MUSIC. At a recent telephonic concert in Wash ington, it was stated by the lecturer that the electric waves of sound sent through it single wire are frequently conveyed, indirectly, by other wires running parallel with it on the same poles, although entirely disconnected from it. This statement was verified in the Washington office of the Associated Press, where a dumber of the. t~uies played in k hil adelpliia, and conveyed electrically to Lin coin Hall in Washington,. were distinctly heard on the relay used in the Press of~ce, which hi no.connection with the wire that was attaclhedi to. the telephone. The tones thus conveyed, although not loud, were stated to hp audible at a distance of several yards from, the inst rument. PLOWING WITH DYNAMITE. We have already mentioned that dynamite has been used for plowing ; and agriculture will derive advantage from this and other cormounds herctofore used in engineering. At the works for the Exposition buildings. now going on at t...

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. — 17 May 1877

R OCKY MOUN TAIN H!lSBANDMAN .0 N . A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, IIome Reading, and General Ne.ws. PER + NXLE ClOPY. VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., MAY 17, 1877. NO. 26. ' . 1. SUO IL RL) IS '11 J)U l C ( [I\ (11 ý111U e~~av )xlj i (IAite.; I 111' i, Cill W'Illt i ll its '.11l.1111 : very 'II 1 \'I ; t ck-ri i¾ , I Ioi ti ý Y l ' ' '); r .i tý :1 6 *0 f $3'o $ 1':Ni~iC4 :; 4 10 12 I:, :;6 4 1 r tni h V 1i 5 12 15 19 2 hit,,il j :dI ti ilail:tiitI 15 1 ;.l I C. 1 1 silo 1 ?ter... 4+1 f:\.O' u . Sul I 105 t 1 8 0 ' "L50'~ lnCC 1'wet rytv- fl. e pci celnt. adldetdi for ii)0xe. 1 adlvortise Illr,;i AGRlitTbTillAL._ (y :·t11 I e ¶YI'.5 , \\11i(!1 g row n 111it11ut (1lt llkall411 ii a1 I '1.1 'l1', (on tile face ol the 5(S 111 l;It tll11ifl 8111 Ole V"5r roiutd, or w1lOll Wli( lt I stock will grow (41' Littt: it bet ter Ililll the I' e e li Grass of .NS o ltaMilt. (lover )iti Ll ` i hths. '1'1111 0 o;sieti&~i wil no11lt be (1tt-ý4:i '':: (-tE fir .:t 1-noment b Iy t!,c)...

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. — 17 May 1877

Uo Jck IouLLtai .l u uban ud n. It. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THUl.iSAY, _MAY 17, 1r77. 'l'irE 1nal solution of the Indian question is now the most important event that can transpire for the wellfltre of :Montana. The time has at length come when this becomes an absolute necessity. The insecurity of property on our exrelme eastern frontier has long retarded its rapid lcevelopment, but by degreez civilization has planted itself in this region until at last it asserts the positive de mand fior protect ion. The government, at length sceeming to realize that if something was not done the hardy pioneer would begin a war of extermination, is moving in its slow, meditative way towardil bringing the Indians to terms. How long It will require at lthe present rate of p)rogress would he di' ficult to say, but we have hopes that the country may be open to travel by the latter part (of the summnier at the farthest. The opening of the route between this anal the Black hlills wenhl he of incalculable ...

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. — 17 May 1877

LOCAL NE. wS. & Co., No 14, South Comimu.h e, U.jl. t =t ;. our" authorized tiFents to tranliac t, ~hltl. . ntras, t tfor advertihsaig and receive I IAOD CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. . Stated Commnicentions held t t their Hall, in m cll(i ty, on11 the second and o-,urtrh ,. in 'I . . e" mon t. Sojolurn I'inlg \brtll.Lr s re t , eordiallyt invite to attend. bro)er ..iA ) 131BUT'TFI.E.L.l , W. M. II. B I ft n 1 Fs' sec'3'. T ýrowing weather. F. .. IAASE received a new suIpply of o,0,ds this week. TE'll 1trigtL"s, of Whllite's gulch, have cou0mituCuct" pil)i -R" 'iHE lottlttr l )itcll ('o mp:Iny will turn on Sffull lBetd of water next Monday. WE receivetd sotme very choice rolls of but ter this week fro1t E. L. Sherman, of Duck creelk. Tit), water is increatsiug raplidly. David huntterficld & BIro. coImmenced piping yes terlday. Mhu. JoNAS ltlutNus wellnt to IIelena by T'tiesl:dy's coach, to purchase additional supplies. TItlM)E has been lively with L. Marks since he eomninen...

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. — 17 May 1877

LIVE STOGK. - EFFECTS OF CROSS BREEDING. .\ ComepoJiol ho t to the Cowa tr? ( 6N fc ,7?f Wiýll i u1:1; 111(x)1 11 11- Ij(Ct ýcS the *.\. uiirk I';rallna cooei wa pet with a lot of flight liiuhnnat hien,' that hadl hen rail h(.11, I ;i(i. -eCt, haflet i 0.1e(1 a 11-cdi- the clieh: l:00 aial hatcelid again, and thaQ see'li(1 lit I'l:iahls wecrca1I -ail to iw of pure blood4/i. lIlitl to tIl:( Stilliin(( AetioiI. Wtitioit aux' ~vvhite, had tilt:: with a hirte 10tiock :iai whpite t(-ie ini the iWlae like' t1helo-e (c alo 1)iectd 'pcr ear. A similar ease i'O s 1PCt by iMlt. iC(;iiIavl'Oy. 0111 colt )lgi t (':tinie;, the only 1('luti III-liiij betwceen the two that could he Ia' iaee. woo' tlroulgl :uul I iipreguatliu: of II 0 (111111. 1 he year b('forc. by Uamtel. 1)r. liarv(ey relates the case of Mr. Shaw~ of Leocliel-" 1 he put ltý:puelll'C hn/c t/l n( black-fheed ihe)to t ri hits-f;c(eI1 Ii P1 (55. L.eiec-ter r::1a, awIl o~illiers& his Ho-k1(1' to (ltlI1-ftc10dI )oWvi1 oi. a proudce...

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. — 17 May 1877

pBW-IOI CIBCbE .1(i C'" I Ifl ' l f II ott' rilf '4ii-roo ml 1"`i;: \ (7i('1s li oei me itim.ie Since. that ý gL eifli (ijwelil h I P uing Upon til I bliiti frigw ) ictn iti ilthlici) thlet's got 10 tO lvrlngt, liiiiit1 F r I iii .di' tl v eight}v IeiSoni (oart unbredr ign Ii('(rts t teatch 1av- by1 drYliii)!0 1arit coimposinig \VIiti 1 "" v,'. soall:;ll Irc':it i 1.yl1K to tlvi ar (i ((ir Cit-S s st ; thloLu LdIleCS deed to clc el. Akholy (itiCiy lire's fill cuilitititis, \Vtlle the l~iarsI thnat sCta thteml I its fi oil inl an ituniroken it till tC.33 'ttmcil .Ž nl shc ll i' a i tls l'ri.sLc : ('hrl t l halt ttir' i l p -ig jttsA : th ro: n-t;)ViffU I'ri'ttltn' Cl; 1 1111 v iA . it 11 :11" il O cc triilt Are.) the "il . till 111(1 t (nil o e le I...t nl/lii L~t (/ iihi Sa 'd A &eries of Papera: ic t~o iIon;e Circle. lust li. lt it. 110 t1i't tl it ita1 W o not ietow. itt h as yet. 1 l~;' . t t oIII~ a(il'Ye n nti) Sblctl :W t rtc 11101 thle rOltm over h slate3, teflt~licr:,nu ...

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. — 17 May 1877

PATRONS OFI HUBANIRY. very Gr:ange that takes an interest in eh the wellfare uof the order should he repre- i s-ated at the co()ing se'ioi of the Terri t',rial (Grange. The s-oni haIes teen favor :rea.e ,ir'miais are well up with their work. ;!aly ii vcry well SpIarei the bane. The S;essiot; pti'Oniies toe le th m;st i ':eresting ever held. ('omle onie :ma all. GIEANGE ITEMGS. it 't'1h t W iehonii grangc' o.ropose to check huor- stealing by fui-hiinhg cachi otheri with desriptionis of stolen property. t Mr. I . C(ory, Treasurer of the Wiiconsin 'atron's Mutual Aid Sviety. :reports that t Iis society has a muendiberslhil iof 1.140. (u The 'Patrons of Thomtas county, Ga., are furnishing relief to their brothers, whose cropls ulul 1property were destroyed by the I 1recent (.'clonie. The Patrons in Tallahatchie County, Miss. having suffered severely from floods, Mais ter \Wiliam L. lleminigway, of the State irange, invites con tributations for their aid. i The grange plaster mill has sh...

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. — 17 May 1877

[-(, C L UI ,D I,'R OI MI S E CO N D P A (iEi. _J .1oplt, Last yea:r they laid out a town, Ilnulder (Cit3y at the main road, at the junc oinlf the new road to Butte. The new ity haG not grown with a flash like many ter places in. Mon*ana, but its prospects ri1lttcn as the Wines in the vicinity grow iore v:aluable. Capt. Cook has erected a g,.gc hotel here, and sets a well supplied thle. reav:ing this~ valley we took an early start or Butte over the new road, making the ,ip with case in eight hours' ride. This ad is munch better than we expected to ad it. The route whlch it .traverses is as ootl, if not better than that of the Pipe one or the fatnous pass, at the head of the .eer Lodge, and we venture to predict will ethech)icQe of the two foi the Northern 'acille railway when built. It follows up oulder creek, a gradual hill, for a distance f twenty miles fromn Capt. Cook's, the ext twelve miles being through a level atrk, and the remaining three miles an easy owll grade. A few hund...

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. — 17 May 1877

MISCELLANEOU8. LUXURY ON THE RAIL. The Difference. We have been frequently asked : What is the difference between a railroad dilling car and a P'ullmnan Hotel car'?" That there i; a vast dlifl(rence is well kniowin by those who Iiave had occasioli to use either; but the untraveled pl; blic are not fully advised a:. to thil points of difference. The old ihshioned rauilroad eatiilg-houise is, alas ! too well knownii; its peculiar, hastily-catenl meals have been partakenl of by too Iially thousands to be forgotten. The dining car, then, is this well-known eating-house plla(cel onil whecl, attached to the train at the lusU ;l nmeal hours, antl hauled along for thirty, forty or sixty miles, until the iieal has becel served, whell it is set off oni a side track, and is byI the next train hauled back to its st:i'lt iug point, and so it rins a few miles for each meal. To get meals in this car the i:ass'enger has to work his way through the train while it is under full lmaotion--p:as fromi c...

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. — 24 May 1877

ROCKY O.UNTAIN HJSBANDMAN 4R 'U. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Lre-stock, llonimB fta4Ing, and General !ews. pERI: s C 'COPY. VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., MAY 23, 1877. NO. 27. R. N. SUTHERLIN, F 1)J a\1 \NI) I 'Lll 1OI'r , '114 I ,CNýY M')[ 1T4IN I\T",UANIIMA'( 11 islcigle'l to bc, ::+ the. nanullt in:li("c:; l!l wln r tev r ;cn~u1' he erns emracig i its cnoilriir:! d\.Cr' :trtmcti (t' .: lk-Vicltnr1", 1 cl '-rai.,i:. ýr, I orti -tlti~. , Io$ l lull I) li)('sd II '-n1QT1''. 41 9' 1 o13 J ý1 1 J 1 1 Q Li 1:; Y 3i ~ rI is 1 15 19 21 at:: (i1 :1,, nuts( 11) lti 24 811; 3C, ; t t;! 12oli ý1'rxlti ilr; :4,lvc nti r~cný llr tit 1 iUq'cc I~c=urfl 1C1 crtIVOts.t iiic nts I'al th\-.1 7l (;11:1 tIeA' 1 Ptt-'(vi Iher Ci lt. addedlc(- for 1seccI aveitile SRIC1L R W\s pPildis~i 1)d) Ciw Harul:" letter issued hy the G:.ihop'er (0nissiiOn. This let ter ha, been O xten sively circu latedl throuw'ii thiciil , l Lwe.i C give it space in on1 col uil ,ut o.w r: `arilcrs .~evie irally nlay a(. rati...

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. — 24 May 1877

Rociy Molntail Hasballian . R. N. SUTIEtI, IN, Editor. THURIKI)AY, MAY 24, 1877. WE published, not long since :an extract from the speech of Senator Booth, of ('ali forcia, in favor of the hill for the reclama niation of desert lands, together with a copy of the bill as subsequently passed, and the necessary instructions for taking up lands under such Act, as Issued by the authorities of the General Land Office. * Senator Booth's arguments in favor of the bill were quite forcible, and the Act looked plausible enough upon Its face. But just now it appears that the people of California, at least, are beginning to view the matter in a different light. They have discoverted "a nigger In the woods," anid the leading jour nals of the State denounce the measure as the "great laud steal." And It does appear, from the best knowledge we have been able to obtain that it is a gigantic land grab, cal culated to work injury to that State. Large tracts of laud are being entered by the mon. icd kin...

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. — 24 May 1877

CAL NEWS. No-- 14,- to-- t-- ra O. No 14, South CommercaL Vol- al'r" e our a.U.ed agents to tr•ane s ' i'a.e, rcout for a.dvertising and receive peripion - -- - SCITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. Y. St0teAl CommunicntionlM held attheir Hill, ,t afinlmcnd City, on the second and fourth i,turdn'ts of ech month. Sojourning \brtherCd r R.' rdially invited to attend. oe i) BUT rrTEFIMELD, W. M. ,...~--------------·-------.--- ---- IlBl(i ''r1 I draw\illg to a cIlo.e. Soov the shepherd will conmmence to whet ils shears.l js besru· ---*-- T'ia demand for laborers in Montana Is .yearl increasing. (.'.TThI upon 1 a thotusiand hills are lux iriating uponl grass ten inches high. a'll tear "1 of Marks and Patterson rolled trough town again this week with grain or Camp Baker. 'fV, former superintendelt of the Wes era Srar Mining Conpauy, Dr. Bradway, is Speetetl here soon. TKSRS has not been a season since the lettlemelt of Montana when laborers have een so scarce as the present. CoLs l's Err has r...

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. — 24 May 1877

LIVE STOCK, HORSE-TAMING. Somec time ago, a person inl the North of noiigland who ihad Vued electricity t'i0r thi purpose of horse-taming wa proscruted tfr cruelty. Iln France it appears liat elee tricilty i. about t,, bJe appli4ed to the practi cal driving of restive or slugri-A ahilials. From the French pap1ers we l.earni that the horse of the future is not to be driven by ordinary reins. but by electiiCit3y combined wvitih them. The )ach( ani:t is to have in der his seat :tan iJectro-umaji etic apparattu:, to be worked l,y mvamns of a little handle. One wire is vcrried thronuil, lie rein to the bit, and a.otlher to t1he erupper, so that a current once set up goes the entire length of tie :uii;nal along the spine. A sudden shock will. we are arsstured. stop the most violent rnaway,. or t:are the uimot obsti nate jibber. The creature, however strong and however vicious, is "at once tranis formred into a sort of iloffensive horse of wood, with the feet firmly- Iailed to the ground."...

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