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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 2 August 1877

TBE B E CIBCL·I~ ;f , iI.:tc a, ()hc i " are ne stgccc4i l, j 1~. ;l t ikut~j C.(,. Ii IoSJ~tr' 1jeci1,F j.f I 'lr 4i l 1: ii Iii l*' w lhnili3; I" 'u ;( (AiI c144ii ot Q 1'1tl behind, Nv 'li 1 iýi z 0le4 truthi in m. V M 1';. ~ k ' litC i t rill i isc i i - jI" V lu .t4l kcial alo jadu, tis u Cvl. - 1$ .Itllt l4CVC t i4op yri neightiur; (';,i. Ilnhir \\·lien you call em-0c~o *Jul if nou arc 1 Jtjt 14iIp)O.h . a 144., tl, OS Inlll its (\ er;' j i p (11101 or h \ O iL ulir SIi j l15Cd y I,' .c 6u 1 !l Ii t 1 ' 4.11. e'er 1:lbl flir an idle boast ofd~icsttiP!-' o'er unot'ttr; BlLu 1 :lhile rolli st'ihe your uttertupst, 1.4411! ftill. I with a lli'ithlr. W1'h4'tte'@' voin 0 sttion; dlo )'ouriiest,. itwtluld your pulrpose~ ever; -il%( it' you ta,, to iuit the res4, ''j'Ia hotter hIuTi', thin ncver. t (lno n-c V.l trl uitS jmuh Iii whic~h you run. ".u''tlix iioblb c inol daring; )alea i Ioli.1ttl.41, i h(ii' iiyic( '.ti8 Won, YXilil 4101114 is worth the weariiig. Ttwi 4 Irecur fort, if 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. — 2 August 1877

ELENAIA PRODUCE MARKET. HELE.'A, July 23,1877. Onits. $2.506i§$2.75. Flour, Willow Creek,'XXX. $5.75 ; Union XXX, $5.75; M:Idison XXX, Superline Fanilv, $5.75 ; Plain XXX. $5.50; Spring ville XXX choice, $5.75; Family XXX. $5.50; Springville XX, $4.75; St iidard XX X. $5.75. Barley, $2.50, and very dull sale. Wheat, in good demand, and none in market. Il'~an and Shorts. $2.25. Iutter. dull at 20c. (hitickens. .00 per doz. Young chick ens. $5.1N) per (doz. iPot:toes.' 75.e. per cwt. IBeef. nt, $4.(K). Fish, 2(0@25c. per lb iIIy. $12 per ton. New hay. $10 per ton. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. THE TRUE MISSION OF THE GRANOF. [(oncmluded from last week.] :3. The (;range is not in any true sense a political institulion. . We neither inquire :nor interfeire with any politics. It is true that wary-politicians have on several occa sions used .ed us to further their own interests, :ind inmy of our brethren walked blindly into their party traps, but our declaration if" purpo.se sWfciuially cits us a...

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. — 2 August 1877

1oVE~gENT OF THE HO8STLES. 1)I8t LOnJI, July 2 .--A courier from t"oa rrived' at 11:30 u. mi. A letter itoa Governor Potts says that. Joseph and Iand passed Capt. Rawtl's entrenchment teerday late in the afternoon, and, al ugh tlley passed withlin gunshot, not a • u zwa fired at them. A letter from nowles and Dixon says : The Indians are ,oing out by way of the head of Bitter ot and Big Hole. They are about 400 vrog, well arnmed, but probably short ot roltuiitioni. Companels A. andt B., from Se were ordered back to Deer Lodge. ec. Mills says-will have 300 men ill Big lole valley by noon to-morrow. Volullteers are now leaving the tOwn by ll kinds of conveyaunces for Big Hole Basin. h)gee: Lo).E, July 29.-A letter from old eoverhead n tation says 30 or 40 lodges of ldiaare camped forty miles soutlh of that aice, on the road from Franktli to Mon iaa. There are about, 125 Indiahs aUad they re riding large- Aincrica:n 'horses. They re Msupposeld to be. thie advanoe guard of losepl's band...

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. — 2 August 1877

TRE c4QI C NT OR- R&BTr Conlstantinople,, .i" a geogripl'.hi:ai point of view pmay be 'ti6garded as the nipt val uable t ta site in tkhe * A2k', ;at 'e eems to hav dsigt'e e e cal eSrti of the 1Easte r1et re nie s stua idd at the focal lot O'l . ttis: . ts- . ~ , rk-.i aldle cl ini of seas, xh t- :o ruiuffrlgtiwtb the other, s'retches earthlj-easterly, butw4,ln the three co14Vts 9t frica, E;Iarle .anld Asia. They are iirt , large sense san.aga -ShIaped. ly tihe old l ' .of I.e,1ules--the geo graltlhicl fit. perpetuating in op'r synmbol (foR ~ollars--n9gw the Straits of, Gibralter, entr nwe L miade into the Mediteira.lean. Iy the I)ardanielles a passage is furnished from the .Mdlitertanean into the sea of Matr mora. By the Boshorus there is an outlet from the sea of Marmora intd the Black-Sea, and by the Yenikale the Sea of Azov can be reached from the last mentionedl' sea.' Nll these straits are narrow aaid witding, presenting a certain general resemblance. In the centre of 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. — 9 August 1877

ROCIKI MUItTN fAiN I1t1BA f:fAN ,.i... - ----T- .... .................._ " . .. . . ... = . . 2T _.2 I T - --- - '- .. . . S A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Lioe-stock, Rome Reading, and General News. rER sINLE C oPY. pr. DIN PER .TA ULE COPY18___. . D -I T , _ . - -.- -- ...... 9-' --- . ..1.... ... VOOL. 2 r .aD CITY, M. T., AUGUST 9, 187.7. NO , ( ' '2. t F. N. SUTHERLIIN,. E I)T)IOI, AND P(A)to IiYrEo,) T... U.t tT 3 Tr.S.I IU1T4sAN)It.\N is deslgnecd r 'as i l s n10 t.u iU6 l( tw toA , a h :lu 1iandii1' iLecvery (1t til'mc 1(1 , t'r'ilacii i n its 4( luais every r1 *i:4nrnat of 4 lrii itaiti , Stook-r'i- i g, Iorti ý11tlrd . tiociat suitel a nd D lu tic LEconomy. - - AD)Vl'RTIl'ING 1 .'IES. 1 , 3 $. '.I' $6 $11 . t$2" 30 Zf i 4 5 10 12 15 2. 40 >S 3 1 'n 19 21 4. . . . 1 iuuuti .) lei 24 0 '; 1'. 80. 10o 10 , s ) 4. (i 1()3 iS 250 'rventy-Gr \e iper cent. Rlded f'orI r]cca. a ad\vertise IlOillt A8 If I IL T1II11 L. TIiE ro.tres made in ]ar\Io.ctii"g 1111C1lini orn i, the h...

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. — 9 August 1877

lRoclJ Mountain Husbanu man. R. N. SUTHERULIN, Editor. TIIIJRSD)AY, AUGUST 9, 1877. A FEW weeks ago the country was in a tfever of excitement from Idaho to Baltimore. The Ehillroad strikes, the destruction of property by the mobs and their collisions with the authorities, was no less exciting than the Indian war in the West. Now a change has been wrought; the Idailroad strikes have about subsided, the Indian war has been transitrred from Idaho to Montana, and is quite incitive. But from across the ocean comes intelligeuce of hard fought battles. The Russians, 60,000 strong, at tacked an entrenched army of 40,000 Turks. Thbe Cossacks charged again and again across the plain upon the Turkish works, led by as brave commanders as ever cheereu men on to death, but were as often repulsed, for the Turks, too, were brave, and stood in defence of their homes. Once the the rtus-. sians gained the outwork, bmut were finally dislodged and defeated. This defeat of the Russians will probably- pro...

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. — 9 August 1877

LOCAL NEWS. S .~)t 1 j',aL &co. . ,o No 14, .Mu:th ('ottn 'rcuht ,t m. l oruc t'ur an.thorized "aglt. ent ttraIPnac . :otract for advertising and r ceive IAON/D CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. it tcl .(ed Conuniiinic'ati"s held at their thall, i. I)iz montild ('its, on the second tnd Il o:rt i t', rt1 r, ' . c lof t )ch io th. Soj mrning "$ rtt,. l :arc' ctordiall\y invited to att'end. 1b),t . 11) l",'':1.'l1:L), 11w . .. . , u IS, s c ..ee'v. 'r:ill ay crop of the countty never wasV. ;lrger.- - OtRl oltig tfriend, I )avid Ma'rk , is taking iu tihe C':pitn! tlis week. 1i. 11. II. BRAIINARl. of the White Sul 1hur Sprin's. is in town. pe. m':T'°ii' little girl, Miss llinton, sends a nice 1ho quelt. Thanks. . J. FItsK, of the Herald, is spendinghl sev ,r;ll (lays at the W\hite Sulphur Springs. Otc rustling Sheriff, T. J. Flelinhg, has heai quite busy for the past few weeks. A wUNX'AtAIN IIOX killed several head of iteep for Alex. Vatsonl one ntight la:st week. oSoMEt. of the oat lie...

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. — 9 August 1877

LIVE T STOCK. COLTS-HOR.SEi-TITRAINING. )One ot the most real13 plt.as.ral)le opera o.pir, i n n a iiintelligciit faitiner's business, -ays the 31ar1vlanid Farmncr, is training r,!(eakin'g, as it is comenmoily calledl) his .olts. A. colt, when not spoiled, is the most ,,!tlididilg, sociable and iinquiring animal oil the fIrin, and no other is so fond of the so :iety (of men and boys as ithe colt is. when kindly tsed ; he is naturally timid, a little i,.arful of thintgs which tie dovs not tunder stand, but very quiekly conies to know :uil trust, it he is kindly tid patiently handled. TI'iitre is no other anin:tl, not even tie dog. which so ituch delights to he guided and comnlanided by man, and to be talked to and caressed by In:i as the horse. The true Arl';ian horse is tihe most gen tie, teachable aid reliable, as well as most p itited and enduring of nll horses, and the Aambs, as ai peoplel, are the best horse train ors in the world; the whole f:ianily-chil drenl women and mlleL--...

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. — 9 August 1877

TiE liq]I 1E t. NEI7'ER (G€O it OLD. I !:',,kedl il. the i l 1-t, le i ,irr;r, l'd slW; the llarks o' elXrei e crow's feet indl the wVhiklcs, t' .M1y wi'e lhrkd o'etr mi. houldeir- fl l,;st ,ei.utiful was she. ', .h It will noert' grow ol, lily love, " he said, ,,cver grow old to me. 11 li ,*iFr age is chilling of heart, And thilie, its Iinui e can tell, i :as youi lld Wil arm is when first we heard The sound ofour bridal Iell!" I turned :ll kis.ed hler ripe rel lips: ,Let tine do it.I worst on ane, l tin c m s oul, ily love, ily faith, I icI n ' -eC'li old to thee!" Writttn 11for the Rocky Mountain lhutsblandmanl.] r'Thiughts on the Undercurrent of Our Lives. .s I sit dre'amily by the window, listening tn the bu'y huia of the outside world, and the faint I ustle of treel: as the winds play :ttlo0g the brandies, .[ gradually lose my self: :aud , A ftclie g of sfdnees comtes o'er me that my soul c'.nn!lol t reI.sit, A thelingot satlnesls and lonutging, that is not akin to 1 pain; Ali...

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. — 9 August 1877

I[ELENA catlv4'~ l ARKET. HE:tLxA, Augu."t 6, 1877. The grasshopper raid has had the eflect to strengthen the markets. Flour has taken a -taitpede upward. Grain has also nuile a .light advance. The following were the ruling prices on the latest transactions : ()ats, $2.80. Flour, Willow Creek, XXX. $7.25 ; Union X XX, $7.25; Madison XXX, Suplert'ile Faintly. $7.25 ; Plain XXX. S.O.(00; Splring rille X \X choice, $7.25; Family XXX. $7.)0; Springrilile X.X, $3.00; Standaidl XX X, $7.25. Barley, $2.50@3.25 and very dull sale. Whesat, win good demand, and none in market. ..00@.10. Bran' and Shorts. $2.50. iltitter, ueady sale at 25c. iEs, Soc. Chickens, $7.00 per doz. Young chick cns. $5.010 per doz. Potatoes, new, 3c. per lb. .Beef, net, $4.00. Fish, 20®25c. per lb. lla. ,$12 per ton. New hay. $10 per ton. PATRONS DF HUSBANDRY. I'tCnKLVY Pear Grange is iu a 'flot'.4tihing ,tondition, the attendance is generally good. The Grange gave a pie-ice at their last reg ular nueeting. EVERY gran...

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. — 9 August 1877

DEITfRES IN THE 1BG0 ·N9 RE GION. ijnce I wrote you from the Hills,, I tuqe nade the trip to this- place without seeiig ,i nludians-nothing occurring outside the incidents common to a trip of this kind, un l . rmly except the following which places our humble servant in the ludicrous. While camped on Redl Water, fifteen miles ,est of Spc:arlish, in a battle with the ele Inents June 29, I lost my cooking'stove anti iy dillcr They were blown into Red WVit ter, and there they lie. The next occurred as follo.5s : On t.lle 1st "of July a mare I was taking along gave birth to a colt. The next morn in, [1placed the colt into the wagon, not withst:nlduing the efforts of halfa dozen men, she would not notice the colt in the wagj6u. lie becur:m enraged, and tore: loose fromr me, with :1 forty foot rope on her neck, wet from thlc (aew of thie morning. -'A turn of the rope c aght my leg. A livelicr sleigh ride I never had for a distance_ (f four hun dred yards. I would have given all the B:ad L...

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. — 9 August 1877

_, .:--- - a IMPOBT eTW-XSTLERS. af The IegiePt'r l ceiv...erff the United du states Lamd OlU.I d1l a;R '. .'P4 have re- ye ceived the following ingtiytionus frotm Corn- ihl inissi Hrsol: , till l'e tiar dited October In cembi . '.j-.n.e 19, a n 1.876, i.te relf N e crops is have b destr'd or, .outY intjured by fr< grasshol ~;, yr. attentioffis called to the of act of Cone p rovecl -Ncart 3, 1877, en- at titled " An A relef of certain set- of tiers on thepblld:lands," which is as fol- w lows , , all Be it enActed by the Senate and house of Ne Representatives of th. United States of America inr coflgi1es> a..e.ttlel, rig That tislhtll belaWlll for homestead'n send pre-emption settlers on the public lands, or ta pre-emption settlers on Indian reservations, la where crops were destroyed or seriously in jured by grasshoppers in the year eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, to leave and be absent from 9sid lands until the first day of October, eighteen: hundrei and seventy eight, un...

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. — 16 August 1877

O GK MIJTFN TA INcBAwM AJ, A. .il .Devotedto grIcutt.re, L.ves to-, iome Reading, and G ner.al ews. *, PE. s i.C. O1. VoL.2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T, AUGUST 16 1877. NO 8.ý. •~ ~ ~~~~ ~ un n a . u m u . n n p.n : • m m" ' " _,"' ' , -I-- ·----I I;ýýLISIII:U W1~:rL' + K1 B1..- : R, N. SUTHERLIN, E 1)L'1'Ot A\I) P'ROPIOI ETOR 1Iltc Bo)rhr M01T`'I"AIIN IILT`SUAND)IA de"i 1egned rll Id, :as the n:evl lllliuliteµ; ii tl1 llnmml n iLeery rl'U tf termlll e1I'illg In its 11.'jtflljis every 4wretlfltcft o)1 Awrictlture, Mto(;k-rit;n. , Htoi-. cu urs Socilrl allil Ionmestic: Econonmr .- A1) EIt'LtISiNG ItTEN. -_ 11'etk $ 21 $ 3I1 5 =,~ is $ 20 if v1 ( 1O 4wcN 3 81 a ( I~I weceks I 4 7 10 1"_ 15 28 4(r mlmnlt1s 12 15 1'I 21i 40 (60 ynrlt 10 to I 24 :30 1t 40 bflitlI is 25 4a 519. re :1 4060 7 1o 1' 6:5 1'__ 'I'rni1Icflt ml le tisemtiCfts paItnlH in adlvancee. $eIj'c'ir il ve'rtise lneklt4; p;EyII1de I ýltllterlY " I ¶ ii C-t3. e 1X ent. ,,1d(1 ed for cp(A,.1 a idvertise A RI11 LT U RA L. V'ImERm is...

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. — 16 August 1877

R c 11 f a1(11ntal 1 anuman R. N. SUTIHERLIN, Editor. THULRSDAY, A.SL'.sT 6, i, i -.: CoN'rraR to the eXlpectations of every ote, Gen. Gibbon, who was setae (litauce behind the hostiles one week ago, has, by } forced marches, suacceeded inl ove rtaking ani striking them a heavy blow. The advan'me :.cetes to have bcien well planned. the attack beiug made at daylight, completely supri)is ing the Indians. 'lTie battle was fierce alsd bloody, and the losses severe for time iuttn hers engaged. The soldiers made a gallant charge,, capturing the Indian lodges, but, overwhelmed by superior odd,. were conm tnelled to fall back to a stronger position. The battle lasted all day long, the In dians tnaking a determined reistanuace, and with drawing under cover of the night. Tley are no doubt severely crippled, having outl; many. killed :and being much enculmbered with wounded, and can certainly be over taken and captured if ioward's army is in condition to follow up the advantage gained. General...

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. — 16 August 1877

- 14 nt*,1 ;. :11P, (at :rn' hýt iiý"P W u! 'tt tornii rtt c~irc ii :-I 1*'0lue ou tiott1Oh. I tyAlt 1(4 tr ii' 1 a 1i (·; ,utl3 C 04. hr'o ýI )ý i c al DIAXIOND CIT LODGE No. 7, A. V. and A. 1 5t1Lte~ltN » ( i 4tjOi~itti<I11iiu~th cinn hll ! , in )I~n~nt tit' 011 thO (~"loitd a1nd4 iourt k. bzlth+ ir; r coidiall y invitiV j to) I1ll.UO ` L). It) BA11N11f ,Jl,14rý) " 1 oft i tt Tok owe( is 11010 ii to l)iVly 1 t) divine.. ll ,11. kinl 1i A. . t-tephis wvere ill toyv t tl_ .i1 1ý eek- -J.-.r fliI. ~~ek. llrr c1:1,ºcl·::ra""" : ul'ilu 1111+ noultaiills a:re Nye· ri )c1iný" .oi '11 : i untfold liiliiouii iii' fire bunli Iet n '1'I{: !:itle Ut IiiiC5 is belI or than 10mm" tin ui~lhYis &1th(. iii. t 1)0itbl'' 1l~iºt Bull &'1 :dieits are injimilg i11 aop i»u good reslts. C.11` tally gulidi N'tI gil(ood t, '1'1t 'Ifl: youngilg mial, Wi') wveit t) tihe valley ill' I i=rarcl of mt IIQrOe, forgot to return. Tim; stock fuel ot lowe.r Sm~ith rfl.Qe. have. V l1 1v 1lieiP i(tlf~i tuild...

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. — 16 August 1877

LIVE STOCK. QUALITY OF WOOL. Expert growvers of wool have been (ea bled to produce great alteratiens in the eel ative weight and fineness of the fleecr by careful attention to breeding, dict and shel ter. This change is most mar'ked in the 4;erian wools of Saxony, where a wool is produced so tender and delicate in texture Rs to be only sqtted for purpossot luxtiry. In addition to breeding and selection for tibhness of wool, these growero have con dlimd the sheep in winter to warm buildl ings, foel them on corn, hay and other heat ing foods; and while the sheep have ac ,quirte the ilud' and delicate wool retirred to, they have at the same time degenerated into a weak aud Iutny race, producing less than half the weight of mutton that ordina rp dAeks would yIeld by differcut treatrment. Where wool is t'ihe chief object 'everything else is sacrificed. While this course could not be recom mnended in this country, where, in most seotiosaa, the quantity and quality of mut ton is an importa...

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. — 16 August 1877

E HOMEP CIBCLE. I[ARVEST DA YS. The harrest days are fairly here, - The whcieat is ripe land yellow, onllles round the season of the year W'ith h:irve-,t-app'es mellow. ']he harvest-shc:ves we cut Iandt bilnd shall hold a hidden meaning; ;Each boy t mnodern luth ,shall find, 'To follow with her gleaning. 'There's laughter in 11he happy fields, Within the sunrn glare Iblinding; The teeming carth abundance yields l'nto the toiler's hindiig: It riplles in the rustling corn, \VWith music running over, At shady eve, tand in the morn, A-past the new-mown clover. What need tihe boy or girl to care For Fortune, false and fickle, When he can cut, andi she can share, Earth's riches with the sickle? 11e works, she talks, and does her part (The sun is westward creeping) ; They sow, witi most unartful art, The seed for future reaping. Ah! life is full of harvest days, o(f headed grain and growing, We cut its wheat and bind its maize When we have finished mowing; And little need we heed, forsooth...

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. — 16 August 1877

- HELENA PRODU4 E .MAREIT.. IlnL.NA, August 12, 1877. 'There hns been a slight decline in the 1flow ,f1erket the past, week, but the grain 'inir'ket hcIs n(lvanceOd. 'nd is nOw firm at good, rou\n1d figures. Wh'ile we think there may he some 'cause fo'r tfle rise in gr.t., 'there appears to be none for the florr lºatr lkt. The 'hoppers have, done some damu age, but not enough of their (destruction of crops is-known to tarrant the pnccj tuoted. There can be no eawsce few the Ti-, except it "be on accoullt of . scarcity ol supnlly to inst until theI new crops coixe in. This, howev er, cannot be the nea with the flour. There. is enongh flour to supply the l immediate de mand, and the wheat crop still protrnies to be abundant. Our latest advices gices the dollowi.ng quotations : .Oats, heavy:, $3.00; light. $2.50. Flouar, Willow Creek,; XXX., $.SG7, ;, U i on SXXX, $6.7.5;. M.lihson XX+X, Serl'fine n: ."tiSttv $(3.7.5; 'Plain XXX. $.(.2; ptl¢g ville kXX. c(hoi:e,' $St.75; Fm:lily XXX. ....

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. — 16 August 1877

0IBBON's FIOHT ON THIE IG HOLE. piperate Battle with the Indians.-Nearly ir!f the Command Killed or Wounded. The Hostiles Lose Heavily. - 'Tlie following di.pa:tclles contain all that h i1 been as yet learne(1'of GC ibon', gallant light with the Inditans on the Big Iole: 'IlMUST DISPATCHII. ll: IGOLE, Agulst 9, 1877. 'j 'oernor o : li11l at hard light withi the Nez liet'ees, killin. a n1hber and losing at number of of i,r, and men. We need a doctor :at 0 ev errhimu. Send us ',ci r blt'~:it s you glan. ,Joux GIBnrox, (Col. Cohlnianding. SEC'O.D PISi.PATCHI. Bu. fHOLEr, Aur'ust 9, 1S877.' T) Gornci'or Potts : We are here Ilneari the mouth of Bitg ITi-le wass, with a large number of wotlntleilin .ult ot evcrythiug. Food, elthing, ledi ,.ies and medical attendance. Send -st as ,4ts4:ce at ollnce. JOHN GIBBOx, Col. U. S. A:rmy. THIRD I)ISPATCIH. T; Governor Potts : We h:adl a hard light and took the village, hbut was tinially driven back will heavy los;1 (;ptain Log:an and Lieitr. Bradle...

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. — 16 August 1877

IIS( CELLANEOU8. AN APPEAL TO THE- THINKING CLASSES IN AERMICA, In this year of our second century of na tional existence there are said. to be three millions of unemployed persons in the United States. Who can tell us why or how this appall ing situation arose? Who can set forth in colors sufficiently vivid the degradation and (ldemoralization It is Ilringing upon the suf ferers and upon our country ? We are deal ing with wide-spread effects; let us search into their causes. -Are these the ripened fruits of our boasted civilization ? Or is this crisis an ordeal through which every nation must pass! Now, if ever, Is the time for our legislatures, our political economists and our social science reformers to exert themselves for the benefit of a bankrupt people. As I am a woman, and therefore cannot be expected to understand so profound a mystery 'as Political Economy, I do not pretend to have any solution of these ques tions ready, but I have asked myself, with an earnestness springi...

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