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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 19 July 1877

ROKY .OU.NTAIN I.t SBANDMAN ;.;.-. ......... . ... . .... ........ --~-- ;L -C -.._-3_-.7 - L .-Z _. i. .. =L -. . _-- _ :- . _L. . . . ... . . . .. . .. . 7. :; F -= - 7 - 7... 7.... .. -- : . . . . . L i A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live.stock, Home Reading, and General News. P i E sOPY. VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY M... T., JULY 19, 1877. N CO.Y. VOL. 2. DIAIMOND CITY, M. T., JULY 19, 1877. NO. 35. f) 1, p1.11 LIEI) WE El i X1 BY RI. N. SUTHERLIN, Ll)I'rOA)IANI PRO l J'KII"OR Tlic Itt t~v llItt .I_ýIN HSBANDMN ls'dc~igneedl to iu;, as fire J'I I11 indicate;<( , it husl.,;tnrl( mntnt. iA every ,jien' th t1)1 1 ii (lillil ing in its columins eveCry lU~n~ttel t : t :\r:ýulture', tHtcenk-raiciltjg, Ilort -` ,"u Itur. i anl )omLItic Economiv. l)>\ I LI''ING\ ItRA'Z'ES. Ilcwk $$ i $B $ 7I$" $ 11$20 :30 dekIl4 i 10 12 T1 23 40 I month Jo I IL l 1:1 2 40 60 mnntlr 10 it, 3 lf)' .;v 4-1 O 1 12 .t1 ' 0 ( 120 1 ea to 4:) i8 751 00u1 1051 180) I 2..0 l'r:inm. t avlvit i(einCnts ifltZtle i...

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. — 19 July 1877

kUI yIlUuilalll lllSuIailtumal. RI. N. SUTHEIRLIN, Editor. TIIURSDAY, JULY 11., 1s77. THE Scientific American of July 7th gives an illustration of a new propeller for steam boats, introduced by Eli 11tut, of N. Y., a gentleman of' much experience in the busi ness, an account of which will be found oni our eighth page. Should this new invention perlbrrt what is chlimed for it, the naviga tion of the Yellowstoue and upper Missouri will become as eay, and lie performed with as much dispatch as the Ohio or Mississippi. It is proposed by the new propeller to hurry a boat along at the remarkably rapli( rate of 30 uiles an hour, which will be sutflicient to stem the current of our mountaia rivers at any stage of water. It is said to operate well in shallow streams, and hence will dlefy even a majority of our rapids. Montana will look with interest to a practical test of this invention. If crowned with success, we may confidently expect to see boats ply ing above the falls on the Missouri i...

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. — 19 July 1877

LOCAL NEWS. tL & Co., No 14, South ConulAlencula i , ' are our i:uthorized agcents to trll:nnc AIli, ltract for ,dvertising alnd receive t Ip.0IfD CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M S 't,rte ('olinunticatior Ieldl at their ! !:.I, n .,tnint| city, on the secoznd :and fourth S'laa, - of each nit ith. Sojouriiiil atilrot di'~" Lre cordi:alv invitc( to atelndl. iroth)-\rl I) r uE'TTliElIL), W. 5I. .',. is the time to hunt ,tock. 'i fllfies are wol'OC this seasonl thian ever. )iL ,41/ZZ1 Sri, Elt;. pail1 )iltlolla d a visit Ilda weck. . . . . . 1'jin stock ment of 8nlith river valley are l~opntliuV al'' - ~--- - -------- - -- roiOnding up.l l Ortn imiountalln slopes abound with wild aroawhlerrn_--, j, \. IIuNroN had iew potatoes in the il'arket on the 13th. a:,e R l1IlItiNu)N cleace( uip S()00 last week trol1 a short run oli Gr.lell's l.tar. Jr:sFisiSON IIowEf.L, thlie new partner in the NaIly lode, miade us a pleasarnt call Ldis weaik. _ --____ Wit desire t,o c:all attctitL.)ou to .J...

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. — 19 July 1877

LIVE STOCK. SHORTHOBRNS. 1'rom uniform parties. or at least those who never seem to look lbeyolnd their *nose, we :ear constant predictions that Short horns are 1 ouud to dencilie heavily, and - that they are e:tica1ly worth cno more tlhan their milk, or so much per pound for beef, and .all that is given for them in cx cess of what they area worth for that par pose, is merely fia!cy.'' We have heard this kind of talk for the last five and twenty years, biut thoughtful mIlenl conversant with business, and who can readily (discern when anything is on a tirm basis, have almost unanimously come to the conclusion that Shorthorn breeding is on I such a sound and firm firm footing that it can not be shaken by such lanlguage or express ions as that quoted above, The charg'e of their worthlessness has been oil the lips of hundreds for the last fifty years, but Short horns have outlived a large nmajority of their detractors, and to-day fied and adorn the greent pastures of every clite. They h...

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. — 19 July 1877

aIlE EJII'OIR' 'TI L I.L !(o tole etic1"ltf .ti1 no ho".',b :u ht or soA, 44 I i~ttch or C bnIj:ire 'AIt' the COIltCnlt: so ruire 111' the fliV',titii'd air' OUiun editor's tabl)C. (I! c(ln~htIOS Ottul me \'hut nlOni I.iu . o: rhy nle, .zhlohing billow on billow (It, other nien'S woes J1.(('olu1ItO iii pri -u' \Vrittefb, uv'rY one know., 'Ne:ith the droop of the willow- -pul C~aY slid v'Cr-C, AInd, whamt i~ filr wreC, LOTUS \ vrie t ciii'l)1),? In stacks anul inll i0C. - \'oruls stretching Ibr imils, on ('lpi'r s 'l Wiles 411), edlitor stei 011, ed itor innld No xnuui iin the city, \\,hut ~ithi rcituints utnd rhuuuuu~g. wVith wvriting iiit dbonIIn, 'Aith eceki:nu and shut uil.x. So lice-is the. wohl I'N *ltý WLLD) OATS. ,When nal the wV' I;d l young, 1Id, .Aud all Ihe tree; are green, And e:ery goose a wVan, l:a , And e'Vcry luss a Itqu(1 n, I; 'Then Ily, for boot a1! hIr i'se,. lad; Andl rounid the world away; Young love ~1ut halive it. course, lad, And every'dog his laZy'. Whcn al...

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 July 1877

HELEXA PRODUCE MARKET. IIELEKA, July 9,1877. 6Oats, $2.6~O 2.$2.80. Flour, Willow Creek, XXX. $5.75; ; inion 'XXX, $5.75; Madison XXX, Superfine F.'nly, $~.7.5; Plain XXX. $5.50; Spring ville XXX chdoie, $5.75; Family XXX. $5.50; Sprinlgville XX, $L7.; S-tandard XX X, 50.7. Barley, $2.50. and very dull sae-. Wheat. $.75@(i3.00. B ira I:ld Sliort.. $2.25. ]ilitter, dull at 20c. E ( Jr., 30e. fthweketcs, ,$8.00 per doz. Young chick enS, w5.00 per doz. l'otatoes. 75e. per cut.. Bieef. n1t, $4.00. 'Fish. 20(i,25c. per 1b hI:y. $12 per ton. New hay, $10 per ton. PATRONS OF IHUSBAINRY. THE GRANGERS. n c .S ome of the western railroad organs are it .mtitkb.,i great ado over the decline of the ii g::auge oriuization. ,The annual meeting e of the Nationall Grane held some months c 'tgo in Clicago. aond the report of the seerc t:ry then submitted,. hows that member- d ship in the order fell offt' greatly in the past year. Ninre tlhounand subordinate g:'anges , suirrendered their charters In 1...

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 July 1877

TERRITOP41AL N EWS. From the Mtad isoni ln. The Montana Woolen .Mill Company Is. we are gl:ad to leanl, abolt ready to conl anence operation:. Ninety-one shares of tile capitl stock have b.len sold, leaving on 1" nine to he disposed of. and.these, we have Io douht. will be takei by citizens of Vir inia, who iappreeiate the inporitanlce of fos tering n.i enterprise which will materially :id in extending the home resources andll( products of MontliLa in general and Madison onalilly it! p:rtichl:ll. The draft of the build ing is now on its way from the designer. :nd is expeccted to arrive in ia day or two. 17pon its :rrival the work of ereetling the mill will eomnience forthwith. Of the tilti I1i .te stucc'wss of the compallnpy we vare assured, as some (f the best and most substantial iuen in Mi:ulison, B vereaerhead, Jefferson and heer lIide c unClieis aire interested in the project. aid we are i forined t that he direet ors hae' delcded to erect tihe very beat .ia Uhiiery that can .i...

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 July 1877

JISCELLAINEOIUS A NEW METHOD OF STEAMBOAT PRO PULSION. Mr. Eli Hunt, of Nyacck, N. Y., a gentle man of long experience in steamboat man agement and construction, has invented a novel means of propulsion! for such vessels, Mr. Hunt is of opinion that a boat, of the dimnesions below given, can, with two of his wheols, be driven at the rate of thirty miles per hour; and he further considers that, by means of the general arrangement of the device, increased steadiness of the vessel will be obtained. The boat taken as an example is to be 250 feet long, of 40 feet beans at a distance of 100 feet from stern, 32 feet wide at stern, of 10 feet depth of hohl, and of 4 feet draught. Propulsion is obtained by two screw wheels 15 feet in diameter and of 22 feet pitch, with straight blades placed to dip within one foot of the bottom of the boat. ''iise screws travel in opposite directions ; and as their vanes are long and elastic, it is be lieved that, despite their size, they will jar the vessel...

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 July 1877

R CKY MINTAI SBANAN , - . . - L.___,__ ... ] . . ---/-+--- .... ____ .. .,._, A. nz -Ai. Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Lte!tIock, lloine flt~a ln * , dn GAnd tnerI ea . eE, S 1GLO COPts. S . .. .. , . , . ... P E R SI N aL E C OP T . r " 2. DIAMOND CITY' M. T., JULY 26, 1877. O 6 __.,.M." UY 2 87 NO. 86. w N. SUTHERLIN, ~'Tielt,'"~~lo::uT Fli AVUVh:ºý.sis .deign~ed 1'I" lame il K % :itc- . h ,1 iii ,~l~ ui l ~ iell Lnbrc :i ii 1 ,is (o; i~i ever I 1 )jSci1V I ~ RA'1'1iI 1 e\i' -i \ t- I ý 't `&c ii ititi 53r'pc1 I~ l Ut? ' !3; ritelil7 ________.12 ___a_____,YS____ 0_ 5 1i ,, .2t 2 eIdo i I120 if iinf .:l " ~ i t Xc ` ' 1$ (.5 I~I 3 1d I 2')(1 { Fear iui 1uj 1' 7-5 ' t0! b t tb i 250 l,,iue i .~t 11'iiaQ lt p 1 (ii II C }'11j./1 I j1 thrl i. 3i).1h4 ~') -i\'t ll'ii ('lUICit, kI" fof Opel. J1A1huc nient", _ lll" 'U1"iii ~ l,3'c ttt iC }a lCi . u bcl~liýý !uutI 11 I1 (1 11 1; Ii: t (ff) U ;il l" 4 til On i 1' . ll'hi 'lle i L) ` bl 't jt iteltc I 1 iv ul 1'iciltii (li'lt . till(,...

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. — 26 July 1877

A. .. SUTIHEInLIN, Editor. TIItURSDAY, JVLY 26, 1977. NOTWITHSTANDING the wisdom and re search of the Entomological ('Commission of scientists, and the learned of .il the land, not withstaznding the war waged by all manner of mechanical devices, antl that most potent in:%trument the quill of the agricultural edi tor, that terrible enemy to vegitation, the grasshoper, is here again, and is mowing down the grain fields of our farmers more rapidly than they could themselves with the most unproved machinery. One farmer es timates that one field of oats to which he paid particular notice vanished in twenty minutes by the watch. They are general, so far as we can learn, throughout the Mis souri valley, and are represented as thicker than ever before. However, they seem to be conOned principally to the fields, and do not cover the whole face of the country as has been usually the ease. Whether other valleys are being devastated to the same ex tent as the Missouri valley we, at this writ in...

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 July 1877

LOCAL NEWS. W.ME-.,;,g & Co;., No 14, South CUomunnerct r b. Ll ,s our authorized agentsllt to transc S ,in-e, . contract for advertising Zand receive DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. X Stated Communications held at their Hall, in Diamondl City, on the second and foHrth Satur(lay of ea1tch niloth. Sojourning brothers *irc cordliall invited to attend. AVI)VII, BUTI'ERFIICL), te. .M. II. U. BAISE, Sec'y). A a; ,ES.I~N shower occurred Monday night. B..ass, -Bull & Rankin have commenced cleaning bed-rock. T'n8 therllmometer indicated 102 In the shade one day last week. fas. A. J. STEP'HENS came over on Mon day's coach tor a short visit. THE grasshopper raid had not reached the Prickly Pear valley up to Monday. THE'E1I was a large flight of grasshoppers on Tuesday towards the northeast. lMANY of our valley homes are now made delightful by the odor of new mown hay. SEVERAL parties from town have been out strawberrying, and were quite successful. No eggs to be had in the mark...

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 July 1877

LIVE S'TOCK. PROFIT IN BREEDING EORSES. t recent m~eeinlg of tie New York alinecr.' di.r. II. G. 1( il00i o!re icd I 1.i ici on the unia~ proftitable way for fibrinu-f .;;to ~r eeid lior~O5. andi the m~ark1et Ior -a Iitii~V iskIhe the 1 iti0ilKn, exi lact!,l c'. 'micontaini Somie vaiituble 1iiitlt to thio ( i!1tvillz; elic I~ieavor' ioi -helwv t1' th"ere is lillr'ket for ouir ll oi .< the un('Xt thinll ' It.li ;fow I iw the iinnrket (':l bie 1tippliclI .1( in:' li t i:e1)('ect in iist c'raw Y'o aoti Its t, :111: fur a iitunwiit ant travel dlitei(tly fromn ;; :esibject Clutter of tali paper. As a turf "'. porter it hats loud Si +'1e(11 tO 111e tlltt I1a aol thle :'':Itloa (0 1t11 Y soewtlels have V 'oO 1 ý't. : l::11 i ln te:I1t (d (i('o ltrniIng the 'i1c'( illu o1 uu.'efnI l :t iiantS ji in hir' jiminedi tic (listri('tý, he o fh'i l:, · ý(:lI(''(: 'arllll lti0 reill-~l ;!I1;1.; 1'U1' W Ii ,; ierinp, 1)1'0)04 g.ill aly!i -taitiO('ýr tilcii hats( (hcii'(,d 1 few (hel t~ ac)ýl:tii:x...

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 July 1877

j'l~ 1 ~irb 'Y~~L= Y'lb ' I F -. .. 1'h 'rA)rVl- h: 1,io'lc ", r'curc url/l yil'W1 .tlt&. t ý I ý4wi~I ?.nll: l? "l II.iui tu ý lo ul·t +t I l ý. lt dIl. i s + ' 1 i"2 & to 1'.1' IlL. pp f 1 I t*U1'u' 1.e i't O1 J Oal ij- "itf·.I ~ J ' , C:ittA :iP~I, tl II Q'V7r )rd aipe , i ' ',ti,,h1.1, I \ulit' ,; k'.tt ft 1t 'a tii11t- oiV 1 i'lNl ;I'. :1 -4 W IIGIP'. ý r.. N. ,',"l ls~ý"L' t~t l!n ý li~i'."Fit But, a; e th lr ýiv ii )yb ls. 1e zt f. 14, 4 "r:Ilidj 1 llty JtlI::ýl J6· i tlfir: F U~ lr,,"6 Ave, t'· dz Y ý tite Iitlliu 1,1 0 \\'Utl ice 1 l\ 1 c 11 lct'' I 1)tlýý l'latl lot 111 2- = c101.3GC itiiI I kt' f lV 3I nI O 1.0 t Culicl i ui' 1 .k \. i c !ucitýý.iii)`1, , ,tnd x helt'i ihey' irnid u'itikoa 1 \\Vic~l It rev& l; ,,,,t~t .twsie. I Wt CL cdi'sA0 !fi it wv;s.0w.u d I1 ·*'.' iw tile Jki nr id,; tiL tIe. A~ 1ldl~~Y;L f· Ct~i·ý(wilt!P gI1 b talý3ýýý!l!lpAllllZ-5'tlt8H ffvf that cidt 1.a p trei tFt-fý ýt"' pt ').1 ý M h ]i1!1 th: ha hein I l . I t41 u enu-Oty 0 C1n" ll...

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 July 1877

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. HELENA, July 'Z3,177. There is but little or no change in the markets this week. Oats have been dull at the prices quoted below. Wneat is in good demand, but there is none in tile market. Eggs are also brisk at the prices quoted. Oats, $2..{.$2.75. Flour, Willow Creek. XXX. $5.75; Union XXX, $5.75; Madison XXX, Supertinel Faminly, $5.75; Plain XXX. $5.50; Spring ville XX choice, $5.75; Family XXX, $5.50; Springville XX, $4.75; Standard XXX. $5.75. Barley, $2.50, and very dull sale. Wheat, in good demand, and none in market. Bran and Shorts. $2.25. Butter, dull at 20e. E],,sg, 50e. (1isckens, $8.00 per doz. Young chick ens. $5.00 per doz. P'otatoes, 75e. per ewt. Beef, net, $4.00. Fish, 20(a)25c. per lb Hay. $12 per tyn. New hay. $10 per ton. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. PLEASANT VALLEY ORANGE. EDITORI IIUBCANDMAN: The faces of the Patrons in the Jefferson valley wear a satisfied expression while sur veying their beautiflll waving fields, and their prospects for a bou...

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 July 1877

BAILROAD STRIKES. r e iot at Pittsburg-Attack on Troops in Baltimore-Other Strikes. prrTssrtG, July 21, 9 p. m.-At this hour the exci"eaent is raging all over the city, hieltcs virtually in the hands of an armed a ,comaposed of laborers, iron workers, Semiiners, stevedores, and others, who are ais.lIsmpathy with the strikers. A large s l csited Johnson's gun factory, on aithitld street, about 7 o'clock this even i, andl armed tnemiselves. Another and largierrowd has just tinished the demolition ot Bro~n's establishmeniit, oil Wood street, bidch they rifle1, and then marched down fid avenue, with drums beating and colors gijng. They number nearly 3,000. As yet toy have shown no inclination to destaoy anything but railroad property. It is reported that Alleghany arsenal is in the hands of the rioters. The Philadelphia militia are besieged in the round hou.e at the outer depot, and their position is considered very critical. The telegraph employees were driven from their posts at the o...

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 July 1877

I11ii EL LA.EOJUS. MAN'S PLACE IN NATURE. ( oncerning, irtn's true ,4tiE in Nature, ]laeckel sayv : Whatever part of the b~o!y we consider,. \we fild upon the Mhost ex:iAt examination thiatmaun is more nearlfy related to the high c-t ipes than are the latter to the lowest apes. It would thertefre be .' wvJily fbrced anid unnatural to regard mail in the zoologi cal ,astecm as constituting, la distinct order, and th!ts to separate him 'flrom the true ape. Railthcr is thle scientific zoolo'ist compelled, whether it is agr.eal)le-to hint or not, to rank man within the order of tlihe tirrie ape (Simian).". To whatever minuti:e of detuit the colit pa:risoln is qerried, we ;reach in every case the same result. Between man and the an tiropoid apes therel are the closest anatomi cal and physiological resemblances. In form anu1.fiunctiop, tfiere is the most exact nagreomient betw.en, all the .*<xrresponding bones of the skeleton of each the same .ir rangement ,and struetuire of thei iuscle...

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. — 2 August 1877

ROCKY M fA>NHTBA hAN ....:" \0.., A Journal Devoted to Agriculture,:lArestock, Iome 'eading, and General News. PE s . Or.. ---. -. ..AMOND CITe .. T,, AGST 2, 1877. No 37. O DIAMOND 0X1 Y, GT,,: AUGUST 2, 1877. NO1. 37. tJfl SUTHERLIN,. 1 i)1 ~tO ANI) 1'TtOP 14L rORI The RI~o M((UN 1'ut.\1N IfIiIIAXDMAN iH dch13csi; n 3,3 (CG', ; 1 333 l~~, 11 11o1) ( 1 u. eve , , icot hjic tcrni, cu)'irtt 3(Yi 11" ill its (lo; tuI(it34t &ll uCrv cu I ,Xgri iHl 1132l M111II tic ilorti i5:ek y $ $ ' $ II i ' $10 4II~ ]0 j2 1 28 40 3acb~s ." I 7 5; 1n: tll I 81 12 1 I ) 21 40 'c) I u 13 25 3(i 45 '54 (i3 " 12<) tw) 40 o o ;:\ 001 .105 ( V O 250 3~ l'f)tli'CIct aIivp') li- C Clel t. ~ III Vflntd inC I tV1tn c. 1I'jVci1t.\ve 1Ce cent.. ictld~k forfip)J(. ] nadvortisce AfRIslLT1JTRAL3 : i" t\w veers :niio the St'- te 'tA' N-ht'3i31kai s n vc;i t plaInt witilh kearcelye Aii trlee or Idttf)'to hreak' the ino0unlth'nv r1 J ij lov 1U)ls thi~t'ft in(redl the \Wot'teiý orn rescrwere in m lre I1fit:IC...

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. — 2 August 1877

R0ky ontain -sbanman It.N. SUTHEERLIN, Editor. TL'.IrSDUAY, AUGUYST' 2, 1877. 'T'IE news fromn tile Bitter Root is very exciting. The combined forces of Joseph, Looking Glass and White Bird are in the Bitter Root valley on their way to the buf falo country. Captain Rawn, of the U. S. army, with a small force of regulars and volunteers, were entrenched in the Lo Lo canyon, but permitted the lhostiles to pass without resistance. It seems, from the dis patches, that Joseph flanked Capt. Rawn's position, gainig al advantage which com pelled him to accept the savage warrior's own terms, whiceb were that lie would pass through the settlements of Montana if not Iuolested, There are many instances when discretion is the better part of valor, and it .may be t.hat it was better not to make the attack. What direction the Indians would go from the Lo Lo is not definitely known. Gov. JPotts, prompt in the emergency, was at Missoula doing all that he could to organize the people for defense. lie ...

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. — 2 August 1877

L- OCLC AL NEWS. - _ . .,-,cE& LCo., No 14, South Comn.er,.n a l.u" ,'-re o avr euthorized agents to transac j ',llinte 'eontract for advertisitg and receive DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. Mi "St:ted Communiections held at their II:ill, in Diamond City, on Jhe second and foucrth turdalys of :each month. Sojourning brothers arec crdlly invittedl to attenl. r DAVID BU'ITEIRFIELI)`, W. M. Ij.Jl. 13 l..A1f , Se"'\. - - -------------- [urs befen rather rauiny the past week for nanking hay. . . M,-s. F. A. and Miss Lizzie Walling are Clend'ing a few days in rows. (Cos. Konnis. of I )eer Lodge, bought over 1,000 head of c'attle last week. OwISG to the Indtian excitement at 31is soula there is no Missouliad: this week. [itss MARY NOLAN came in trom the farm on ttunday last to spend a week in town. Joltr EDWARDS, of New Chicago, has about 90 head of four year old steers for sale. Miss NET'rTITR OSEl AUM is visiting in Dia mond. She ip the guest of Miss Alice Marks. O.rs htmdred a...

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. — 2 August 1877

LIVE STOGK.; lMOU)1'DiIN CATTLE. Experience ha proved the faict that Ino one parti:hlar breed ofcattle is adapted to all localities. lie diversitit aztintuire of the (oMluttry tlhroiuglhout the I. lited States ~rand the dilterence of cliImate in althest ev-ery Sitttc forbid s..ch a r, ossiility. I)airy'"t1en :auiit 1rieers have nolo. biut little diltlhutity 4n Iltaking their selectiotns fer the section or coulnt'yW in .lnch they ckuace to be lotatled. WVe liA'e the Devot, the Ayrshire, the Sherthorn, Ithe Holstein, the Speanish or Texan cattle, -cattle frothi each of the tlhree ('ha:tiel '[shlatd, and the scrub or native cattle. There are also a few hlerds o0f K"r i.r cltttle . acut'ered over the Southwest. Among schla a vtrktty, n:Itost auty climate .may be ,3Lite i; btft, with the exoel)tdo'n of tlle fe"w Ketnry cattle ill the countl.'y, we ihave no hardy breed that will thrive wedl inl mounltainlOtus districts. In view otthis great want., *we aplK1nd a descriptione of a hr,'dy, r...

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