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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 23 August 1877

1 o KY 1 0M ..... . . 10 Cts. r.4 . A Journal DvoteDevoted to Agriculture, live-stol., Home IReading, and General .ews. PER slsc1.d to rY, ...OL . 2. DIAMOND CITY, -,. ., AUGUST 2-, -87. VOL. 2L. DIAMOND CITY, M, T., AUGUST 23, 1877. NO. 40, P"IsIF':kA V, I I'4h1 Y 1Bl 11 . N. SIU IIE I.iN , I"he I u( Feb 1' v- iN 1[L111ý iA iiW A ist utsinhed IN,, as the iaul1111 iludit~&L14', a I i *lXt4i #t every ,wu or the·terii t, CbrJLiflg in itos ol&iftIn every 4,t4rrtumrt of -Agricuf'uiMV, Mtteski-iidkohlki 1-Llrti artºc. so@iad :and i)otnicztie tC fafilsl.. ;t' $ ' !s º; tLytf 2 $ 20Tf :·- 7 t r J 40 I ~lntnh 'gr q l tI· I .) 1 1 40 $ Smnzfthl 10 1 30i Li2 6ºnon!ttt+ i'1ý 'r'i 31 30 ,s, f f L: `,0 I P 041 60 7 i f( 0a1 0 .5 Transient :utlvcjlli~ihementjH jiniriir~t' i lulvrince. 11- coar al+Ierttis1iult n15 tflrarlble 4,fltlnteri v I'inenty- inc jKI ecuat ialcfdcii for Bil)ý"s"1 nd Ivtcrtsii iiientfV AGRleUJURAO:BL. }.vIAICY 11 RI: in every Luau and i in e1er11 clime. isherever, Inm...

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. — 23 August 1877

R. .. SU'THERLIN, Editor. TIlRks'AY, AUGUST 93, .1877.,: THA Indian excitement Which has swept over the land for the past.few weeks has had the effect to make us forget for the time tbe ing the grapslitoper, which, to,the carti,; reaAonlng mind, has tentdld more terrors lo th·· ; ...r. -'tlu former threatened nu with the idfle and scualping knife, the latter el i, our, minds with forbodings of destitu tion e4nd ,uflterings akin to famine. The one was an enemy we could meet and, repel, the other defied human resistance.- ]ut thanks to our good, frtirte,: with thle . ndian war cloud has passed away the dreaded 'hopper. A flwldlividuils htr6'.fhkd: 0.4 6tfr tt al most entirely desti'oyed,'yet the loss to the Nerritot'yis nothing like what .'wat antici p..t~e.when the plague first atppraed. ' The cj.td i;ahn iltogi.ther, A1 hot seH..usly dam aged,; 'ant the 'prlees will not be materially aBOeted thereby.. The granaries of the coftitty' will be filtl to':overflowlng once' m6ot,. oddfield...

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. — 23 August 1877

LOCAL NEWS. j piuCLi & Co., No 14, South Comnamrca. ' are our alth)orized agents to transae. t. ontract for advertising and receive ýl~lO.D CITY LODGE No. 7, A. r. and A. M Stated Communications held at theii Hall, Sillialmond ilty, on the second and fourth aturd:aYs of each month.. Sojourning brothe re eordiall' invited to attend. bro DAVID BU'TTElE IELI), W. M. IlAt.rIsjTING on the Missouri valley is in full progress. COLE Lk'ETT thinks of moving his herd to the sweet Grass hills. FLECTI[ON of; School Trustees Diamond district No. 1. See notice..' 'HE" Jtdith'auInd 1Iu.Sldekl1P V.lleysistand treatly in need of mail services. 'THlER are at hundred tomatoes growkn. on, one vine in J. W. Hintofl's garden. Trik Hauck Bros." of Avallnclie, lro re ceiviEt good dividends from their mines. ei b , _.__ _. . . • .- , - , JQuiN rlUUKl, a paFtncr of Jas. Mayue, of paiJyon Ferry, palid our town a visit tjlls week. I)if.ost's champl6ft: tmatksllar ,. .'A IIainpton, brought in :. fiue deer 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. — 23 August 1877

LIVE 8TOCK. .tlLVUENOE 0O 04VJPS IXiM REGNA. TIQJI. In :my last paper I tried to show that the facl #p gLaoe(at ,.a1d lai y reW. ac tepted as proving so imnportant a point as the influence of rapevieal. impregnation on a stlbseququt oneu .Stll these fa.1ct have been acceptedl a~a sufcfilent demonstratl6n y. mest seientlfle men and breeders, and they W111 'prbbably continue to believe in this influence, and will explain its action by one of the several theorles which have been advunced'int regard to it. It tl~hrefore re mains for me to indicate the one which Is n, t rtI v h ..ctI4 plSf flogical prlncipl.e . It nma fie °,r 1' iti rtct.ti on to tlis taetlhat Dr. Ohapins and others have gtlt4h tm~ SUtthis alutlence hi pigeorn' about . l'atti itfory as -aay relported with animals, a.n these added to those with poultry, men which can no longer be rejected by those w.io;.e~pt dimilar ones with animals.. Any thr , g tthen, to ber perfeetly aceeptable in the pretent slte of our kIlowledge, s...

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. — 23 August 1877

* IIE1 II CSdZ;Ai 'ýI 1D3L4.1 ui~e fuclj their god, -aj*V k itivbv tr ii d r, Let fortun; Iubblt', raise a1nd fall; W'ho SOW+ a 41cMd or UAilr a 1kweuc i OJr 1)1t1; 3twee i nismre thani all. ~or Ile who lhlcýi$9Cflntu ,is 1uipt; * Any1 tooA Jdn shi .liall obn hi" worth Whio toil's to it vct, kt IliB l~equcst A ,, add cd iC eU ty to th e e a rth . Thyd thiie i,~f lf~ s >A. be ' isgven; The itBwer siu11 Wo;lr, ,tntl fruit :twll grow, f jnot on earth, at leIapt In hes-en t -.Iohn G. Whittier. HE ROIIE CIBIfbL ,Atill the scenes of beauty that meet be eye, what lovelier picture caln be found I:tlu the ihonle circkle wheleh t ter ill the 0opes of Chibi liQot and .youth, llqideo brighit , and more beautiful by the prt6teeLt.ng Soaf ia fiather,. the lovinig heart of a ,other, and kindly, 1atS 'and,. words. of bri hrs and isters. he mothes. ' mother is is indeed te Angel of the Fireside," whose sitent; :ill owerthtl 1nfltkhI 'brbiflbit il 4thal t little ,u, tl, lathered around the hearth-...

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. — 23 August 1877

HIELENA PRODUCE MARIIET. IELE..A., August 12, J$57. Oats, heavy, $3.00; lierht, $2.50. Flour, 1Willow (Creek, XX. $6.75; Union XXX,' $G.75; Madison XXX. Supcrtine Family, $6.75; Plain XXX. $6.25; Sprinir y.ille kXX choice $6.7 ; FIamily X X X. ii.50; 4S ringville XX, $4.50; Standard XXX. $6.75. B:arley, $2.75(.3.25 and very dull sale. Wtheat4 ,ý3PA:J 3.50. Bran and Shorts. $2.50. blutter, ready sale at 25c. ]:' rgs, 50c. ('lefkens, $8.00 per doz. Potatoes, new. 3c. per lb. lleef net, $4.00. Fish, 20(U25c. per Ib Iay. $12 per ton. New hay. $10 per tmn. PAhRONS OF HUSBANDRY. .Tl'HE sisters can do much towards making the grange meetings interesting, and secur ing a .full attendance, by the exercise of some of those little womanly arts by which a bare log cabin is often transformed into a haven of rest and comfort. Think of this matter, sisters, and see if you cannot make an entire change hi the appearance of the grange room. LEcrTU'Ri1 Downing, of Pa., describes a teceint trip trough 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. — 23 August 1877

THE INDIANS, .\ corre;pondlent of the Independent, under ite of the 14th, says that the Indians cont ,iaj( ,d depredlations on horse Prairie -on then itl. They tirst 'ittacked the ranch of 1liltjgn& Wiu'nters, killuig W. L. Monta ue, Jut'Ss Smnith anld James Glynn. Mr. ~t'iuters and his brother and Michael Hleron eIC;IPod ,to the willows. They drove off 70 head of horses belonging to John and Thos. I'irce. They also droveoff all of Montague & WiVnei-s' hot'ses, and tWo horses belong ing to Mlike Heron. Jlater icounts fromi the samne corr.esponld ,-t .a. tait Alex. Coopers of h[orse prairie l.l.a, i killed. Hi.s p..er, . ndrew tle ers, aund Mr. llowa*EW t i nd up toe leteh nidr ifitdb:P C' Inhi, but tle Inlit(ns had threateied to' murder ,.ery One on that day. ;ener" IHoward and 300;soldiers werre at Ij3u.ick h1i the 16if, buyi1g fresh horsesi an.e supp~lis'. Nearly all theTafrmilies resi d.ent u Hlorse trairie are in W-Bannauck for iafety. The hostile Nez lPerces have at !as...

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. — 23 August 1877

BLASTUgg WlaWCfITY. Blasting by c city, one of the latest practical idev4.1o .i s of science, is being generally "utlis - The 'alvani'rges are great sa.tng of ex losi ety, Mnd pro LeCtoq .1iot1> i4 ca -(A time, and o4 + Uat ' in iIn else will, under y hy of wate dufstone, granlti ltting, O .es llhsting log, etck- . . On Sat y, Wie l, iggac explo sion was ar yd in th t i 's quarries of Messers, Ellis a " Bardon Hill, ,~et' LiOeester, by Messrs.: Atkiikt 'and Jbhn liaris, Qr1 Noble's ,plosiv. 'opip y; six holes Y ti a put In, f' aV'tgig ft'- d tit SO tet, each hol;-le 4 c ed h 15 bs. of dtna lte, a.a. exploded iyi h Capt. Blrain' etsc I. fu s , T¢ tackine use t.o fee them was Capt. Brain's,4lmerican improved, a most compact aid slmple article, Ing oly p, oP44 ;b.4 I gyit, ,w')p ay be used by the ordinaWry working, knen, giving an electric spark 2 itiieb 1n ietleth. ' ,Fi' flrth of t st e 'dix hofe~h laa ~iost marvel ou' e tt$i6 ithldlequarryiavli'g thil ap peaWss0b i6*ggthei Eys ta...

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. — 30 August 1877

CY UNTAIN UISBANMAN SANNM. 'A Jouirnal Bevoted to Agr'i('cture, LiveCstock, tllme 1 eadin:, a ndtenerni N'eWs. 1) C Ot . VOL. . DIAMOII CITY . l .T. ATGUST O 1877. NO. 41. h _; . ~ ................. ....... .7 7,. R. N. SUTHE LI , t iThe ]i) ji s 'l)rN Tr .i - Iv , l:l.\n i'" l; 1it0 ;1'i.i]1 ,'O ILhe, ;i, ! t' `.1:1: i L'(b .i .', : iat((: I b u l:nlu ""i * " 'r , {1'1 1 1; (t , i e Im b '1t 'l ull: ili (,1i" !;1:: 1"v` 1(V ,h' n et: nel tt cf . ,-rh',llolnur', . I k - d1; i' .4, " I l rti't . u:,lllll't . 1 )' (:11 1a 1 ; " ) l ll e:t ll' 1". '1)i1()i|t V. .\ I)VE\ TI:,'I'l ING ILt.\'.l . .i 5 I 12 15 I 1 41 Gi Siu I i. ' 10 lt 2 ! :1 I . :.' . milt ., i I0t( :e.iot1 t o iii a 0 i ti ie. e S lm i rt.- i t; .t:'ii y3 ut : 1 ( |. 1w o 2ai e iit,,' rit re a ( , ,cic nt . ied fi t r=. Iip " t Il eci eiitie . lli. tece ( Ieo ll to e(1 anyt hi tllo. l..o'til Burm irt. lot~ ('iitshe thex lter'd. ,yet there are \ 3 ihtesfect i! it:e of what it takes to thit stitlut'e hant ;lcateiV1; f '1'...

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. — 30 August 1877

Rocky onntain Hsbanhaan R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. -- .- ----~--~------ THrUR.SDAY, AUGULST :30, It17. NATURE haIS dlone much to provide for the comfort and happiness of mati in Montana. It has given her the healthiest climate upon the habitable globe; death from sickness is rare, and in nearly every case results from disease contracted in other countries, while many who reach our land but slim speci.umesll of humanity soon become robust ant d hearty. Our winters are cold, but are so dry that they are not at all disagreeable. The smn mers are always delightful; we have some warm days, and the mercury gets pretty well up, but the air is so light the heat never becomes oppressive, and there is usually a cool breeze. But the charum of our summners is the evenings, which, all thrcugh the hot test season, are so cool as to renuder covering necessary for sleeping. Our autunmus gen erally extend far into the winter, far surpas sing the autumns of any country of which we have any knowledgte. ...

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. — 30 August 1877

LOCAL' NEWS. DIAMOND CITY LODGX No. 7, A. F. and A. M setdd&t Co l luric~rtications heldI tit thlairi 11hia1, i 1)i jl i .)tl! 4.ity, ( tilhe rec(utl MillI t4-r rth : ittL 1l,'ºº 1) C.L('h 144(414th. S.6nurniiig 1ºrhltLI a 4re I vordlally in' iteil)to alttE4 41. ('. ýV. S"'IrroN, (it"r (io4.utv 'i'reansui*er, ýrritc; tII:,t hIe wvill We Iioiime next wveck. 'l'II i- bulbble Ila ibt I)IIst.C4 ill the Big I11' un .u~ou~ittain. Soi .says Ta~ck i34I(..coy. ltea9U his ettr` -I- --- .lratESR.. I erman Gi (':Inu anduu .Jaco~bAur hack~. o'f Hrl(·ll'l. I liltlC t13114"~ t111l) to the' iit, riper andu lhac4k thuis week. J. II. (ioF' 1((1 a IicaueCl P'rinIce, of Bitter 144()t valley. hIaiving h,'(d their CrOp)S de±stroy 44.111)% the 'iiij1j(ltI.s hllv IvIOemvOd to Butte. L. I). Buulli-. ot UCentreville. klet OH Ion i R oll lajst, 14 look out a ho ne in the v'i½ tity ot' theu ewW muilitairy L'Ou-ts oil the X'elhsuw-' !.to lte. _ - -- - - - - 'fi']: 1y husuess iS s getin br. Marks3 1 P';~tter...

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. — 30 August 1877

LIVE STOCK. THE ORLOFF TROTTERS. 't:.c\ \New \ork.Tr;ibhue, re!ortilg on lthe 'recent t exhlibiti1 .1(. 'th-·,'h!5,,r.~ ' rses, Peenl to make them Out arly ,good' hi ppd:cor:wr:;s, iand not verv14aO(I temlperedl even. !t that, and says Lovers of .ror,.Iieesh receivedl a ne tre:at. on Sat urday.:tt I 'eetwood I'ark,. in the per fornallnee of R:,ss.i:al trotters from .the Or lofll stll. recently imported: to this counl;try. The atltenidalce .wa fair. many of those pre'ent l)!ig.'well kno\:'h in. trotting cir cles. or OwiI(n' Of f;lt hor.se. The lMrses exhibit.l are live inu inmber : a gray stall ion natmed Kolokoltslik, "`' eautifl ;'" t wo blac.k stallions named Leobed, 'the ,Big Swan." and Lebedenok, " t}ie Lfittle.M\v'an;'" a gray stallion,?I.wonok. " thlie Bell," and a iay Umane ni:med Birija, " the .fBoturse."' Daniloff, a celebrated trainer and (driver. showved their qualities., assisted by several ,rooms, and (ilmore's band ktept the inter v.als from becohming -`" dead heats." ...

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. — 30 August 1877

r:'1.1 TIl E BA TTLE ()JF L [FE. 1"t' 1!l,, ii *_: i'!Cll' =u!it in this colds wIrhtlI 10 '1' kit """ h::llll.4'11" lti l '- ,1 ''1 0ti'lii tail.1 to reaioh .Iiii ;ýf a tlo1t, '.n 'r i th t011 C liity i l1 . j b i 111 :1 15 31 1l t l te tri n ":l Z \.ItIc.; il \ ,'c; C'It d -u o testili ~ 11 i'; r;::11, his i.tlo ohe it hatO our county-ti" i" ( i inl. i lv it he 'tio.-i tt~l.httW \i th trio .ialtiii 1i a-'" t : 41, l lti' re t ret l l t ' a l WI' 1 ls)' h t1' n ie oil-et I to the Avail by ilc s tiei: plOfjl(OL' ;ti. no~ c" h lri u-ii vi t i'5'O C 1ll t.".1O ntit It) llh l'.- ie ýl o5b:k l 1111t..r;ý11 i rei it -ht' of:? hor t wi) thr g e o .A 1 I1 V" I~ '.! t 1 sts110 C111' ho rt ink(l t.i 1 )4tit' I ii" lla- t:)Io c ) itii lk'ai\ ' oh -11:S1. t t" W~ l l' i i. f hit';s'ill' i1 ll'i0( t5 , l'et. : :I,il tC1. ~ Gr itt dil thu' th tl'C i(:ta 11" hast,1 '1c:tt 11)'ill h lj) lto the. sed ht':i at od dowt O il i eii V 10( i1t~oSis i ll cii11'k I1 1 gim eitli itiretl i iWlY e found' rch *...

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. — 30 August 1877

EIELENA PRODUCE MARKET. IIELENA, August 27, 1877.| 1 Transactions the past week have been light. There is no grain in the market. O)ts and barley have advanced materially in conseque'g ce. Flour has dropped from $1 to $1.25 . jr saack since our last quota .ti ons. New ~ oar is beginning to arrive and the prevaili ng belie. t1tmt there will be surp lus in the cou..try, make's b.uyers reluctant. There is no demanud except for pesent con suimption. T'le markets of the week closed .as follows: Oats, heavy. $3.'0. Choice new flour, $5.W. Barley, $3.5"0. Wheat, : 3. t,@3.MD. Bran and Shorts. ,$2.J.t. Butter, ready sale at 25e. Eggs, 40e. Chickens, $S.00 per doz. PJotato(es, new. $1.50 per cwt. Beef, net. $4.00. Fish, '20(i25c. per lb. HIay. $12 per ton. New hay, $10 per ton. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. IN MEMORIUMt. Corvallis Grange, No. 17, P. of H. Coltv\ALI.s, MIssou:LA CO.. M. 'T., August 18, 1877. f WhIlEREAS. It lha pleased our I)lville Master to remove froim our midst our dear ly beloved...

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. — 30 August 1877

[From a sei", p'age.] ,ite from the eor1nitenceleint of the fir Slot half a: dozn| men were left t)po01 o .....d. I;, "' tihe shooting tchel tweit or thirty ,Iniute.i wihicih lelI befort' daylilght. W11s spelt in anX Pb cls peit e and uncerlainty : : s to tihe po lion the Indliatns andtl their in tentionis, ;C Iheni the tirst light itof the Ilmlirlilmlg ap tlc fi.e e te'edi were fr oi the road up) I hle .lrc ith thir booty, havingi st.-uciceedet l inI :,titli away with about two huiiid'red head lris al mallcS. S::oln as daylight cane ('apt. N orwo{d1 ih C"oimp" I., 2d ('av:l ry, st:i'rtedl in, llt; the Indiaii,: .Iii overt'io. themn bout three ulnes r ti the Ianllp alm l ult oft' Iherdbt the l h s\'ages were reinii or'ce I 0i the hills. and he only stict.ced in re ·iptuig ihabot t w\veit-li\ve head. BI and compa:ieTu. 1st (Cavairy, under (Captains rekson alnd (arr, fillouwd withi 3jor San rlin cotmand. Al)out eight miles from| ltnp B comilal3y openled Jirc on the I iidians, Ia light...

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. — 30 August 1877

UII IEL LA EOUT . THE DANUBE 1IVEr. The Danube is a remarkable and histori bal river, taking its start in the Black For est, only twenty-four miles from the a:.rine1 which tlows north into the North Sea. It is the largest river in Germany, and, save the Volga, the largest river in Europe. In a direct line, it is only. 1,020 miles from its source to its m.Outh, while to follow its course requires a journey of 1,S33. iles. The river system of the Danube. nai its tributaries covers an area of 308.000. square muiles. The head of-steamu navigation is at Ulm, at an elevation of 1,255 feet above the sea. In its upper course the I)anutbe flows in an easterly direction, and skldrts the ster ile table lands of the, rough Alps, thence north of east through, the fertile Bavarian plains. Tihe'mouwtain ranges that skirt its banks in places reduce it to a width of only about 600 feet, while in other localities it is expanded to 5,000 feet. The scenery of that portion which approaches and leaves an...

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. — 6 September 1877

Y '4 c!* Pi sIC, ROCKYM1i tt ý H, t'BAN1 r A:N( _________ .......... . ::_-; -: ... .7 - ... ...-,. T " - . . -- . - --- ___ _._ ,__: . _: :____. . . . ._-. __,__-',.. IL-,.U. . ....... . .. ... .. . .._:_________ -. ..___... r:., . s0\NL . .i , A Journal Devoted to g'Igcu.flhre,'L1e-s o.k,.lýome .edýýcg,.and'Gezlral-Ne s.s ,(r sI LE COPY. 1) --- .G----70 N O--____ O.T., S. _=.~~~ ~ .. , . . .. N. SUTHER'Li EIiF HANt) PRlOPRIETORI ' Th !Y ~l~ 17x-rAIN 11 U;UANPMIAN is designed ., , l'tV: 4" l. ' 1 ) (!l .~"Cit ill its c~l:iflu s evorN' d ) . k-r;ii y I: Pe --- :ip 'I8I- - N(.i I A k I 4 I 4 1: J 2t; 40 1i~ 1 ' Iii 21 40 it) 1' I :il tl (ilIlS J I" ____ 11) 1 I'l1C .t$siv) Vai.Iel)Ilf Ia ' flC i 'er1Av-lo T'liit v 11(1. (trlt. addcd for]I)ci a1 dertis -, ~RI~UL TýUR '\r.-: ,f the most imlportaltt. things to know. :,i l' ingi is whllen grain should be lair v-,ti(,. M-o' 1J people, Ce are-aware, usually uiult thlwira'uce lasniel.ce as to wlietlit 1i. is gut while ii t he. dough -or, d....

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. — 6 September 1877

Rotcy loluitain u albandian. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THUlSDAY, SEPTI'EMB JJJ 6, 1877. Oua correspendelt, Jack McGoey, late of the Big Horn region, makes a very serious charge against the officers, or a certain offi cer, of Custer county, whom he lappened to come in contact with on his way home. This officer, it seems, is guarding the cross ing of the Yellowstone river, requiring all who pass his way to pay a property and poor tax. The party of whichl our corres correspondent was one were citizens of Mon tana, have homes and property here, and were on their return friom an ill-tated adven ture in the Black hills, and the ollicers of Custer had no right, under the law, to de mand of them any tax whatever. The five thousand adventurers in the Big Horn re trion cannot be considered residents of Custer county. They are men who, disappointed with the Black [lills, set out for Montana, taking the safest and most direct route, and prospecting for gold as they traveled. They have no abiding...

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. — 6 September 1877

LOCAL NEWS. n CB, No 1i, Southl CnanlatAlaw: ff 11 g1 ~our -r ,h lrizetil it, ell" to t'auslk(, SI" 6 otract lfor advetrtitugl aWindA ecive SCLTYLODGE Ito. 7, A. F. and A. M rati(e1 ( onmui nic:ltion. helld Latdl ir i 1ll., ai D i l u ,)l0il (,itN, on t1(e ,:< n u nt i t foartli i ..tu. . ' , of ac:i'h imonthi . njliihuitg SIrothci'r i 'ri ()l' rd l y ini\it('i to attonld. S)AVI!) 3 'L TiEH.l IE"I .i., W . M. ,i.tl1> IN(; :utid ('has. E. I)irr h:ivc beeni i1 owir t owll thle p t t, wa eek. 'Tot: later dle)o"it.s of g1ritsslistl))err .g. r su.aid to he hatchling ill sine localities, Sbout: of ti(e boys over the range waltz anin'libly well to the ttime of (Ohl Ilttnired. i1r. A. L. 1)Avi..o.N i s h li 1$ !!i(e Ielntly litc utp, iand is elnjoyis li liberal slitlle of 1;nlici (e. ()tlP !]l()l'( ugh-poinli." h 'v'r1 li at. J. Laney, ihsrtL ii a olite liard ill thlii issue. See spol.al ,ohllll . _ . 1'.liil: () t the Iliss ouri valley have <,onuneill cell thre.hini g. J. W . hint...

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. — 6 September 1877

IV$ STOCK. HORSE FEED. Every .good groom knows 'thatt sound oats and beans and peas in due prloporlion, nid at least t ,year old, are the very best food for a gallqpinig horse-the only food on which it is possible to get the very best 'o:ndition out a race horse or a, hunter. Ji ulso has,recently beconmi Kimwn thlat.horses dto slow work and get fat, indeed tooJhit, .on maze. Indian corn, which is frequetntly none-third .cheqper than .the be-t oats. InI the east, horses are fedl oiln harloy, and it.is a:t popular" idea with English officers who hlwe lived in .Persia and Syria that .the ,.hange of food fronm ,barley to oats, often, when importedl, produce= blinldness in A.mr hiin horses. Now, although no .men uii .derstiand better or so well how to .get blood huorses.into galloping condition as English grooths, they do not, and fiw of their nu) teres do know the rteasel wihy o:ts and beans are the best food for p)utting muscular ftlesh .,n a horse. The agriculttl.ural (chiulit stCphs ...

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