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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 June 1877

DRIFTING. Drifting, lazily drifting, out of the harbor at dawn; Our hearts are atune With music of June, Drifting the blue waves upon. Drifting, rapidly drifting, At midday over the sea; We spread the white sail To the freshening gale, And dance o'er the waves in glee. Drifting, silently drifting, Towards the gleaming, golden west; At the set of sun, With our labor done, We shall fold our hands in rest. Resting, evermore resting! Welcome the change will be, When, after the night, Eternity's light Breaks over the jasper seao.'' -New York Clipper. ;[Wrltten for the Rocky Mountain Husbandman.] A WARNING. "Let love be without dissimulation. Ab hor that which is evil ; cleave to that which is good." No doubt many will wonder what Pan dora has to warn us against, and also whom she intends to warn ; not the married folks this time, for I am happy to say that there are not many of them that this shoe will fit, but I am sure it will fit many young ladies and gentlemen. Now, I don't mean to s...

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. — 28 June 1877

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. T ii, Master of the State Grange of Ken tucky statcd that the records of the State Grange show that 150 dormant sub-Granges lave been revived and puit to work again within the last sixty days, and that the Grange is now in better working order than ever before. To save the expense of legal foes, Gar nor Grange, 425, of Tennessee, proposes to organize an arbitration court. The object in establishing such a court is is to save the expenses of law suits, and settle among the brotherhood, as amicably as possible, such difierences as may arise between members of the Gra.nge. A DEFENCE OF TEE ORANGE. We extract the following from an address by W. Pratt, to Prattsburg Grange, N. Y. on the occasion of its third anniversary. In speaking of why farmers are so reluctant in availing themselves of the advantages of the Grange he says: A second reason is an apprehension that the grange will not prove to be long lived. They have frequently heard that the whole thing is waning...

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. — 28 June 1877

TURKO.RUSSIAN WAR. A special from London to the Times says it is rumored that the British Parliament will vote an extraordinary credit of £10, 000,000,for military exigencies. Interviews of great importance have recently taken place between Count Shouvalofi and Earl 1)erby, in which the latter asked the former to put on paper the assurances in regard to Constantinople which were made verbally and somewhat vaguely.. The Russiin ambassador has telegraphed to his govern Iuent for iinstrutctions and received a dispatch fromn the Russian Foreign Office, empower ing him to do so. Russia will propose a temporary occupation of Constantinople, undertaking to evacuate the Turkish capital on receiving an indemnity for the expenses of the war, and proper guarantees that the reforms proplosed for the admuistration of the Turkish provinces shall be faithfully carried into operation. Any proposition involving the sacritice of the Turkish maritime force in the Black sea will be rejected by Great Br...

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. — 28 June 1877

YISCELLANEOUS. BE NEAT. Young ladies, if they only knew how dis gusting to men slovenliness is and how at tractive are displays of neatness and taste, would array themselves in the simplicity and cleanliness of the lillies of the field; or if able to indulge in costly attire, they would study the harmonious blending of colors which nature exhabits in all her worke, A girl of good taste, and habits of neatness, can make a more fascinating toilet with a calico dress, a few cheap laces and ribbons, and such ornaments as she can gather from the garden, than a vulgar, tawdry creature who is worth thousands and has the jewelry and wardrobe of a princess. COFFEE FOR POOR LO! It is reported that Horace. Greely advised the Government, as a matter of economy, to bring all the Indians to New York and board them at the Fifth Avenue or some other first-class hotel. He was not far from right in this suggestion in view of the ex travagance of the Department having the red-skins in charge, and as a...

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. — 5 July 1877

O CKY M+OU NTAIN Hi SBANIDM AN trin. .+=.: A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER S LE COPY. VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., JULY 5, 1877. NO. 33. LIIIJ1ED WEEKLY BY R, N. SUTHERLIN, JEDITOR AND PROPRIETOR Iý.OCKY ,IOUNTA1 IN HIUSANDxMA is designed I; tie name indicates, a husbandman Li every 1, term, embracing in its co.il.mns every eof Agriculture, Stock-ralaiLg, Horti ire social and 1)ornestic Economy. cc. ---- ---• AVVEItLTISING RATES. - -t - O P Q) O C S$9 $ 11 $ 20 $80 S3 4 7 10 12 15 28 40 S8h 15 19 21 40 00 onths 1 24 30 0 42. 80 120 2 25 36I 45 54 650 120 200 ear 3 40 60 75 90 05 180 250 tear _---- ----- ----- --- Trifieiit advcertisements pavralle in advance. eil sradverti ements payable quurterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for specil advertise. a t.. . . . . . . FACE difficulties fearlessly and they will emore easily overcome. OE person devoted to gossip may keep Mhoile contnunity in an uproar. KIEEP innocency, 'tis the greatest f...

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. — 5 July 1877

LIVE STOCK DIRECTORY. .i ) ENNE'rET (;iJIRDA ,i: I iiiporters and breeders of pure-blooded COTSWOLDr) SHEEP, Are mw pI'cl(1ared to su1])lply the wool-giowers of bae''rrity IIL' it h lilte- 1)14(0(1 of eitheri -ox. in .- action inrvitel. I'. 0. mltireLa: Patti!) I iker, ILintulei. 5el,44-43-3in B3LRKSIIIRE HOGS. I chaim to have thi CCICIeebratcd birecdI ii all its pALrity. l'ins well aeleclctl ii p airs (0' Iaiis, 0ot akin, at low )inur'e. Ti. ~Ui4X (olid S1l'iri:g Ifanlih, thre mil,, eO l (' of 1 icleni. Pcrelier onI.-- oriua1ýý ii Horses. 'iI)TN(4 tTOC1 F4 N) SALE. Correspondence -s li citd . Addlres-, We It ! on Ii'SV'tuieiJA l (OlultV, Moniltlna. '2--4-iui. (J W. (OOUR . kI, CO., IMP(ORTERS AND fllRE1E1)EJi OF1 'I horottgiilw; ed CJotswoid S tii &p, (LLL' LL -I'( al-I c-LIL)L.L a ta 'L(Li----LLIC--ili ruids ..:' 11a e 'd ) k0 an : - [ ~ aI ! ~ld. L:i. [ii lll uni at ldrutss: L'lY'rh I:. I: i'1, 1·1.11!11 1W - 't111-f3-3i (>ILXY JACK, `tI tn I Lit. 'Erer' Piro,. Ti1iiS I et...

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. — 12 July 1877

RCKYM OTNT AXI IS DMA '" j--4.0O A Journal.Devotedl to Agriculture, Lite4tek, Bomne Reading, and General News. t Io Ct+i.\ULROPY. VOL.i. ADJAMONT CTMTJL 1218 .. I QP4.. T., · JUL1, rý+ fýýcaf -7 7 -- ------ -- ---~ - VOL, PIA AMO.D CITY", T'i., Y 12., 1877. ýT :NO, , 4= • .. .. ', ,$. : ", .:.*, ,I . . . . . .., .s1 . . . . . .. .. 'ýLli,1: 51II;1) -'EM 'y T;1 :i . SLJTHIERLIN, ]nrr .IO II ) ifrlO.:·l'f 'O(JTt ' A , ' d1 t c'r,'tn i N" TI f'! '1('N I ', 0IAN 4 iN 1 e 1b 1i l'n ~ ~~I 8·Ir 8 lo einlt ' s· · ' ;;i 1 In aJ.)c.i5 ev < yc atrc;thc, nF.ra; l ' 4alor 'uo r D1 ' 1'11ý,·ti 1 lflI1I .i iI 4.i i Wi17 `0(1 iin ) ioii "' "[i) f itin] 7.5Ai ' lttn r e i kel y bfeit~iecl:+.t'(rtiny fe 011 tarne~Ctis i Imve tiiC 1LC'i, tic( nt oields brcome rtoohe entic.nythey ar tii ablet to the i1Oni aroido tihey fecli a[(t1" 'e ti iikts thley brt; felnthe '. I.3 thir oIleoutll" - int fslB e a hibit ýýf coit 0.tliefl y (vlog, Lok firy tMuck tbtlt cinke it('yr their heens. Ic ihrvi .not' stIop t...

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. — 12 July 1877

Rocky' Iooutai Hllsbantlman. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1877. THE Indian war in Idaho is now engaging the earnest attention of the people of Mon tana. It is not only feared that the success of the Nez Perces may induce other friendly tribes to take up arms, but it is reasonable to presume that if ever driven from their stand they will retreat in the direction of Montana, falling upon the settlements in the eastern part of the Territory for revenge. It Is only about three days' ride from Camas Prairie, the present scene of hostilities, to Bannack or Bitter Root, and were the In dians so inclined they could deal a dreadful blow to the settlements in either or both of these sections. But by examining the cause of the war and the situation, we find that there is at present no probability of their making such a move. Camas Prairie is a high, level plain, about 50 miles long and from 10 to 25 miles wide, cut at intervals and on either side with deep canyons. The can yons ...

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. — 12 July 1877

LOCAL NEWS. c- Jo( 14 ounthr ornmmerci i re o authorized agents to trau1 ac ..l'"ne·s, co'ntract for advertising and receive it'.c'ri1 tion o. D CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M Silted (Comfmunlications held at their Hall, in iiatmont City, on the se~ond anl flnrth .turdln .on f .ach month. Sojournilg broat)hrd 'C cordially invited to attend. \brothr\VII) BUTTEERFI.Li), W. 3[. 11l AII.BANES, sec 'y- ,, 1. AR%1RKS and Thomas Nield have large nd Iprolmisilg liel1s of grain. TrI latest adviccs Ieom the Bitter Root indicate that quiet is about restored. W:: call the attention of horse breeders to j, J aey's notice in another colilnlo. Taur beef contract for the Missoula post vas let to W. R. Logan, of Fort Shaw. Mas, CHAs. BARKER, of White's gulch, .; iamong the ladies at the Springs on the Fourth. ORa Gallatin friend, John Robinson, will operate a self-binder on his farm the comining harvest. ROBERT SMITH, of Eldorado bar, an old timer of Confederate, called to wish us suc :ess this we...

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. — 12 July 1877

1THE DAIRY. CENTENNIAL NOTES ON BUTTER MAK fNG. Whilo vi.iting the dairy, I conversed with a dairyman: of twenty years' experience, who gave meo quite a lecture on the subject of butter-making. On most points lihe con tirmed nly own experience and observa tionh; buht when he made the unqualified a,.sertion that " no one can make good but ter who allows it to be gathered in the cthllhrn," I felt a trifle disconcerted, for, hadn't I always gathered my butter in the c(hurn? a ud didn't my mother and grand mother:before 'me? Perhaps tie suamised cily feeli.lps, for he inmmedlatdly added: •" You mray make a good, fair article, but not gilt edge, butter in that, way." The re:tson hlie gave is this ; 14 the butter is gath e(.red into a ,solid mass; or mnasses of coisid er::ble size, it requires too iiueh ihahdling to wash out,the buttermilk. His plan is to cease churning when the milk begins to separate, and the butter Is lmi little grains like wheat, or a little larger,. le prefers a rect...

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. — 12 July 1877

TtHE LE.CIRCLE Study it eCrcfully, Think of it prayerfnlly, , thy hart let t Ic! it' l)ure precepts 'iiveii llight not itt history, 'ondcr its mynistcry, Ni," tan e'er luiize it too fondly or well. Ac"cept the glad tidings,: 'The warnings and chidings, ll lrl in this vplulme of: heavenly lore; Wt'ith fiitli that's unfuliiag, Ari log`&iti iai (3 Aiti , 'rru-t in its promise of love evermore. W ; ith f s ent·(erotioi, Andi thankful emotion, ilear thie ilest iveloinme, respond to the cal; Lii'S purest obittio, The heart's adoration, Give to the Savior, who'dieqt for us all. "May this nme1sag4'o~t ve, VFrom the Tribune uhory, trbt ll natioss and kihdreds be given;: Till the ransomed shall raise Joyous anthanfl of plaise delujai f 'on ~nitti anld in ieaven. [Written for trh i'ky Vdountan-iltif Iushtindrnan.] IOUND THE EIVEING LAMP. A Series of Papers for the Uome Circle. By JrC E. PA BoR. ; Ne. r>TV.-4,VAOAfTON't!ll.m. :!fi r 'The books ,a;l 1slates were timibled iii a heap on the...

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. — 12 July 1877

PATRONS OF HSBANDY. GRANGE ITEMS. East Bloom Grange, No. 1:3, Ohio, has a young lady for master. Vermont is the banner state in New En glai.d with its 200 flourishing Grange-. Green Mountain Grange 1, was the first Grange organized there. The Grange is of a soboliterous nature. The main stem springs from a comlpost of correct principles, but shoots and suckers have grown out that prove to be injurious, :und should be lopped off.-Louiscilte Cour icr Journal. The Son of the Soil says: The appoint ment of Major W. II. Harris as Bonded Agent of the Patrons of Husbandry in I,ouisiana, is one that will give great satis faction to the members of the order, not on ly of this State, but of the entire country. The Stubenville, Ohio, wool-house under the control of the Patrons is a first-class success. The Treasurer reports: "The demand for sacks has been so great that we have been unable to keep up the supply. The buyers are offering tive cents more than a week ago." Says an Iowa Granger, I t...

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. — 12 July 1877

IDBHO INDIAN WA3. Con. Bray, Sheriff of Beaverhead, tele graphs Gov. Potts, under date of July 7, for arms and anununition. The Indians are in the co0unty and are sullen and threatening. The citizens of Lemhi, Idaho, are massing and fortifying. FORTLAND, (Oregon), July 6.-The news from General Howard's camp on Salmon river is up to June 30. Eighty-five Indians passed along a bald mountain, opposite the camp on the 29th, in full view of the sol diers. General Howard is hurrying with allpossiile dispatch in order to pursue or tind the direction taken by the Indians. If the trail indicates that Joseph intends es cping to the buffalo country, General Howard will immediately retrace his steps to Lewiston and endeavor to head him off by way of HIangmn's creek. Capt. EcConnville, of the Lewiston volun teers, starts to-day to skirmish the country in the vicinity of Slate creek to find the di rcction Joseph has taken. The Malheur Indians in Baker county, Oregon, are restless, and fears are e...

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. — 12 July 1877

UIICS6ELLANEO UU. NEW COPYING INK. I'he best kinds of copying ink are usually prepared by adding a few per cent. of alum to'aii cxtritct of lo"bood of1i0 tl., or to a ,decoction of the same ; ýund then, .to ,im prove its copying power, some sugar aidd glycerine, or "tdtble sidt i.A4 added. 'Bud}h'i l s býve a violet tint, are purple when first wriiten with, and gradually darken on the paper. The coples Xt*nt fi'rom .tem it re at first very pale, and only slowly darken. Professor Gintl states tJtn at yiH't' kind of Parisian copying ink has beein teently in-' troduced into Germany, whlch' differs fro m those previously in use in having, while liq' uid, a more or less yellowish red color; .but on paper it rapidly tui:.rs blue, and immnedi ately prpduces a distinct blue:blaGk copying ink. Moreover, it reniariis liquid a long 4tin'p J y lo ogrrdinarily vi tg fopyi g ..Al` soon gets thick iain flas sediment mn it; this kind copies easily and perfectly. Ecxperimenf . ad., attempts,.t4 Qnia...

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