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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 6 September 1877

,'T ile n v - - nh. i ', i s ti, t t :. t _ey (lo u ; ilt i ne) prove thie toryt truI e pi ma;y arise fronlIt Igllt ]ilt nai:ice, envy., Want of -tholught; ,\hy l o ,unlt yoursel f nIt gll the ''they," wo islplr \hat the d ire not say " .1 -Tey . "-blt why the tarle rehearse, ,\md help Ih nuake thtelutter worse ? o good ail n possiblyvlateIrue l:rlt telling whalt ni) " be ni trIe; fuel i- it not a 10o)l)(1'ltal io speak .! all the best:youl n ? 'TheSl ) '-well, if it should be so, v\ I Ct:tl toui tell thll .tile of woe ? \ill it the 1itter wrlon rcdLr'e-s, I IrakO nI I, ,Ig of <oI'or l le..,3 Sill it the. crring. one re 'tore, ltllC ou rtlh tr gol t iild i ll Oi llllre ? ,'They V," '-oh ! pantt" e and loohi « ithin: r how ill ttihy li" art in(l li to sill; W:t:il'. le-t in qirk ten tl:tl;i llon's hou r T'ho )i, l , ', h dioiil sink inmel': h i-.ts oweV '. Pity the fr:,il, weep a :er the full; lltl ,lit 'll;e 1' good, or holt Lat :ill" LEE'S SURRENDER. rei.nenil)ler-tulid it; was ...

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. — 6 September 1877

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. IIELEN.A, August V7, 17 7. ,Oats, heavy, $3.50. 4( hoice new tlour, $5.50. .Barley, $3.50. Wheat. 93.0.®3.50. Bran and Shorts. $2.50. Intter. ready sale at 25c. TPggs, 40c. CChickenis, $S.00 per doz. 1'otatoes, new. $1.50 per cwt. Beef. niet. S-1.00. Fi;h, 20(%Q?25c. per lb lhay. $12 per ton. New hay. $10 per ton. PATRONS OF IUSBANBIY. S~Eld tile ha.s coliie andl gne, and the -harvest is ftr spent. The season for reviv inag the work of the Grange is near at hand, .the long eveniings of autumn afford a .goud opportuuity for imeetings, and there is mtuch to be done. Let tihe orlailLzations get to work uuli aso.rtali tu lCl'rodklt of the coIn triy, .that they lay i- n.rket their produce in t.lligently. 'IEF r Frannrr's F'iend, Penllsylvailia, salys: "Sometlilmig like a thousand Grange Co-op .rutivm slres .r have been built in this coun try. 'lThe order bids fair to be Kinown to the nations of a thousand years hence as ;tith race of store-ibuilders, corresponding ...

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. — 6 September 1877

- DEATH OF BRIGHAM YeOu~g , dis1patch from Salt Lake, dated August :* sy't One week ,~do to,-day Brigham '-oung had an attack of c.·eiera anorbus,. ounht ,bhout, it is said, by eating too heartily of green corn. The attack was a 'everC ome fromt the first, and continued dur ,e Tluirsday night and Friday, completely stratinug the patientI On Friday after Ion lihe was considered better, bift on Sat rdl:y :afternoon inflannation of the bowels t i, and fronm that hour his condition was sidere da tlnger'ou. His bowels becarn.e diitenltld, and on Tuesd.ty he had great dif lilllly in brea:thing. and artificial rcpira li.o was resorted to. Ie WIIas inl a state ot otinpor most of the time fromn the effects of the diseise and morplhine, although he was conscious at tiles. Most of his flamily were with him, having been suntuioned early in Iis sjiclknesC,. lls funeral is announced to take place next Sunday. The flags upon most of the public buildings :re at half mast here to-da:y, and crape is ...

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. — 6 September 1877

MICELLAN 0 US. EREDITrrARY AS A EAOTR IN PAVPER 26s 4JND CRIME. Ur. Edward II. Parier..recently read a pa per of the.4thove title before the Med ical So ciety of te State of New York, at Albany, in which 'he reviewed the question of hered itary as an element in the prodqctlon of crime and pauperism. He claimed. to do this simply as a plhysiologist and with no sentimental, biasinig notions. Theelements for his line of argument he obtained from the report ot the l'ri-on Association and the report of the ltate Boaral of Charities of New York. lie does not deny that ana tomiical, physiological. mental and patholog ical peculiarities of parents may be trans mitted, but that they will be is not so abso iiltely certain. Strength, pluck, and skill aiany all be inherited, 'which, when turned in one direction, makes the skillful nImehan ic, and when by circumstances d'iverted from their legitimate channel, produces the expert criminal. lie (leclares the mental characteristics of the two to be...

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. — 13 September 1877

R0CKY MnfVDA t4400 ? A Journal De19ted to Agrlculture, LtI stock, Home Reading, and General News rxi sINGLE corr. VOL. . DIAMOND CITY, M. T., SEPTEMBERR 13, 1877. O.4G, R. N. SUTHERLIN, )I:IºI1tºi X\1 1'101 ItIFIOR 1'Itr~irL(c h'"~ M1,rt NTrAIN 1IAUNDMAN i5b desi)giOd to he, r` 111 !Id1IU. ii iritt', a Ii . 1 1 iilflit LL CuCe r eeu,un( the tlCi*I ilihr:L('ilf in itr f lhatlns18 (every mfthiarc'. M·inl flnhI 1ll e-ii( t: ilvll ,iO LV.. wek $2 $:3 7 $) I f26l $30 2WLOkL Ij .2 Ii '2 0 91etcel;, n.ý 1(~iI .~ /15 1't 2 40ý..8 Inmonth 5 t2 1.o 1)0 ;n:ni;10 1K 2t 1 30. 3: 9, RU 12 9I Vt.'l 10 I 11 =3 t , : 4 I 5 I 10?I iAOt 20) Tn1usi9elut ndVertl'ieflQltS lyrtiasIC if advii ne'.. ` Reg~ular rll,·crtisoutcots p 1yvttlrlc Iitu) terly. rlteiYý'-li~c per et ut. ~idt for sj(rdC+:·l advcrtlsd -AtRIeI·h-TURf·Eh. NOT lolii dl uce_ we lI'arul.. farme r i'iiirk Hioit t1rtittin, portliols ip'i fvalley -:tin g the rici~hest-- werwort')hless' ; that le would iio1iiu iive the best farm there ;: thait ...

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. — 13 September 1877

R. N. SUTIHERLIN, Editor. TIIUIruSDAY. .iPTEMBER 13, 1877. ... .-- - r--- ---- There is nothing easier for one who has plenty of money at his command to pay compositors, ally p iper and ink, anti pay other incidenta) e.penses of a printing olilee, than to make a newspaper. But to make one that'th peodile ir~vlteadis7unite another thing. The success of a paper cannot al ways be measured by the length of the edi tors's purse-for many have no purse.at all, and nothing to go in oie if they had--nei ther cin he who has the largest subscription list be considered themniort ucicessful. Other circumtstances outside ofgbnuine merit con spire to bring about thesething,.-.", But the truly successful editor is he whlde pa'per is most extensively read. 't'his isho ho suc oeedl in disseminathig. the most information. It matters not how largeia journl it may be or how much it mlay,' cdrittn, it can be of little service if u*ed for wastb paperinstead of being read; yet whiata vd.itinumber serve onl...

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. — 13 September 1877

LOCAL NEW'S. : -1,u . Co., No 14, South Conuntr-Iat. " -N. 3. IL are ou. r aluth orized( :eCIlnt to trLnsi . i Sb cotract for advertising aitl rcwcivye iAX0 ND CITY LODGE No. 17, A. P. and A. S.ated ,minm'mniectlmign. ield' ittheir i[all, in L)iamol(ly City, ton the Sceondt aul fourth :turhtl:ys of e ich ionth. Sojourning brotlert ar cordliall inivitwt to attend. o IAVID BLUT'rTElifILI), W. M. Now is the time to sow till wheat. _ - - - - - - - - T. E. COLLINS went over to Helena this week. _ - ---- McKeIan,-lolhltd & Co 's teams are roll il~~l t h e l um b e r. lIv. Father ·Minetry held service at the 4ourt House on Stunday last,, :.t R. II. MAsoN, of I)eer..~Jodge, hats been q)ppoilIted Slrveyr pcenlral of AlMouttwlla. A\VALANCH is to have a store. Jonathan -loon is ere ting ,i'iiidhic k l r thr'tie purpose. TjtI, Siebefi' 3ros. pttrcha'sed a fi e'idt of 1high grade Merino rania fiomrn Cook & Hus sey, a short time since. NEw flour has commenced, to arrive. Sev eral eniall l...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 13 September 1877

LIVE 8TOCK. SHORTHORNS VS. HEREFORDS. A corre-'pondent of'the Hlereford, English Times, ini an a rticle onl the merits of .lte Shorttherns -and lHerefords says: Far be it from me to dlsparaege the n~efit ness of the 3oyal Agnicultural Society. Its existence, no dloubt, is not ouly of ilnmin-use benefit, bIt of vital oansequence to tl.e ag ricultural intereat; bitt I must beg to be ex cused from tieling any admiration 'it its flunkeyism in ~evoti.., s.teh an evearwelmn ing shvipe of it.9tatroutdjeo a breed of cat tie which is not in the strict sense of the term " Knglklh" but " Mfteh." Sstrely the Royal Agricult4ail Society of Eulglalxl, formed, in so far as the breed of cattle is in volved, toimprove and foster thfe breeds of English cattle, should look a little more to home, atnd not award their chief patronage to an aflln blood ! There is ;ni old sa:ying that we cannot account for taste, and by the the samne rule I opine we cannot account for fancy. The lerefords arer, for the mao...

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. — 13 September 1877

jl j. FIO to (ol. Braleiy, of *t . ker, U.] 1 IN ilMORLA)IIAI. Lieu t,:Bradlley. ~''y 'heljor bey i.z gone! m fell he '00tonnde' in the van W!lere de:ith qtruek swift fromt ithan to t1lt2ll1 , nye, I klloO he fell o t.llt ed savaget hell! bfo)c (JUC,oldlier boy j~ gon! y'pu 50111 01' boy' i5 guine! ))lI.5tý but ye'ltenaLY he went 1 ldl W ith otir old regii ciut, inter1 the W'A Virguizk ,, $t)ut!hllar ted to the bugle thrills! 0111 brave, good boy is golne! } oWr Soldie r bl()i has gone! llitye crdtclUy f i, told vet A tluzen parr esi moon1 hatY' rC-et L v'alialut sota,1 i \81ian4 11ý ý, Oi h ocll!(1 ~t"~ lf out lirate, good hioy hits gon~e!! Vaiur soldier boy ijs gone! {) p)allid hieCc () cold, itill b'eitrft o s weetb , YeiIe'l eyeS Wh11'IeIOIO "W iles "'tat! tº .,trit gen sw crld-arm! h icar~c, ur pray r; . Iu qnan r if y lovetd hinm, where our sold icr boy isn goile! eiili 501(1W' boy 1. - me .1n,1' aht t i v li'f 't'ljut ablrs andteietirs, B]tt acllirbg hearts aidl Iirokeni year...

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. — 13 September 1877

EKLEN-A PRODUCE MARItET. HELENA. September 27, 1877. Our report of the markets this week show a marked change from last week, flour be ing the only commodity that remains firm. *Gtrain has declined 50 cents per hundred, .and still has a downward tendency. But ter and eggs have made a slight adv.ance. *The quotations are: Oats, new, $3.00. Old oats, $3.25. Choice new flour, $5.5(L Barley, $3.50. Wheat, p2.50. Bran and Shorts. $2.5. Butter, ready sade-'t 28e. Eggs, oWe. c'hiickkens, $8.00 per doz. Potatoes, new. $1.50 per ewt. Beef, net, $4.00. Fish, 2(rS2s.per b. Hay. $12 per t XI. Xew hay. $10 per ton. PfTllIS OF IIIBANDRIY. TE OUTLOOK FO THE OBRANGE. "'Watchman tell us of the night, What the signs of promise are. .Traveler, o'er yon mouptain,height Comes the promised morning star." I wonder if all the members of the order of Patroiis codlprehend and understand the progiess Um1$de in the right direction dtiihg the.last five years? If understood in all its length and breadth, there w...

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. — 13 September 1877

. TUIxo-UU8SIAN WAr , ,-. rI\NOP.l'E September 8.-A battle ,at .l.v.ton 'riday imorning. 'Jlie is .tikot1 ll,.n No dctails have reached 'file rI, t's of iuterveution circulated in h arly part of the \vcek have drawn forth lerlir.I a.ivers fr-om the Cabinets of ],oll I .r1,li and Vieli,a. that the time is not 1 a .rrived. It, is felt that since, for the set "ile of th t i asitern question, the swor0 l n ci iuppealed ta, a solut ion, it not final t,,tof ine l, u ration, call only be ar-' fred it a; decided superiority of one or ielof lthe cilntenl(ig)l parties, or else , throtigh exhatustiQ of ",both a id the ,tiction brought hIonl&to b;oth thilt nei herIof tI- l is abC to Veo so . l n by ,lerfoi. Ally premuart-atl.iof lt .4in fere and thuls pr'eveit a decision ~ uld oi Slead tsag h@ollow- pecme anti to Ra pr ospect s,. eir '1ikl strugfgle renewed atte~al -eomn r..utivly short time. The tremeniRuos sac ilice ot life, aind property lJready in ade 'th idJlotdave advaLnced the soltut...

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. — 13 September 1877

PROD T0 Q OFN OTILVE . The yield of the Mexican mizias since the conquest up to 186(t amounted to- $2,039, 000,000, and all from a comparatively lim ited district. The-registered coinage of the mint of Mexieo f6r the last 135 years end ing Janiuary 1st, 4.874, amounts to $2,942, 973,10.j and takIith into consideration the fact thatt p to the commencement of the nineteeth century Mexico paid a tribute of one-fifth of 1weuty per cent. of her yield of bullion to the Kibng of,Spain, tkiz result seems astoundifnr-t T1' -followilng is the registoited yield of a few silver imines on, the American Continent. Many others could be given : Biscenida silver ,nines..........,.$16,341,000 Santa Anna nna " " ........ 21,347,210 Vatlen'eta. " " ........... 31,813,486 Rio GrAlYl~ " ..' ...'........ 650,0*i,000 Sierra Madre '! " ........ . 800,000.000 Veta Madr,«..,.' .......,..,., 3MR,ý3 ,T S(i ..The .silvr mines on the Comstock lode paid their stockholders the enormous sum of over $2,OOq,000 di~vid...

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. — 20 September 1877

OCKY f jND± AN v AEVNNUAL -- - P t . S-.. DIAMOND - CITY, M." T., SEPTEMBER 20, 1877... NO. 44. +.++,. ,~ DIaosn[)D CITI',, M., T., SE~PTES'[BERb 20,. 1877.., :-- NO. 4·4. l i l..i3 1 S EHLU SJ.THEIN, i lll i l : il .;a g i t. L ' 11a , Lh t" rv L[adj4i eto E1O1O10V IýIý ýt iri OU l C!lý 111): ,ll 11 ltd (')1.i ill; '1' r\ 9 i' IV P4 2 It ý11f:IC11 nt Ai l''iltr ]):l nl' Je (ll1ltettl Indllnl(t1 l'~, olcn.:ladcrtsc A(RICULTURALT tý;. ii t t that iII thre iu'uI -o to 01 1 2' (t- 1 IliW' ml uarrui' t tiw 1 e5 eu'. 21 l),4 oil ftrtliet s WHi not ;iegfec4 ~ s~oW ao\ nld)iz11 ;!~I1 :it t:it ul el l y 2eeii 0liar lv inlllttltf-~ plii I ll; st OSI 2ie 2041 o & .t[ 30 l I 1:1 ti tlfl t 7 C, izl:fax( r of its ;d1piiol a,'rllt Ii ~c It -iLY be soin we inl t I nlc , l t'lfl "lt i lli'" 'an)V il g ni It e ti I fttr iI ' Iii the il prli uilg it I I spec- aodlvi rti(O . A[Ri~bTit i..i f1` , tel-). that ill the iur.y to incv 1t, lr tlt eil lu~tra nthat ths- dis hewhetat for aic)lvl 1!) U are-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. — 20 September 1877

R. N. SUTHIERLIN, Editor. TIITHURISDAY, SEPTI'EMBEIR 20, 1877. T'IlE fruit growing interest is now the most important interest that demands the attention of our frirmers. Our agricu ural interests are in a prosperous and thriving condition. A spirit of inquiry seems to per vade the ranks of our farmers; the latest and most improved implements and machin cry are being Introduced, and the require ments of the climate and soil more carefully studied. Our stock interests are on a par with, at least, if not in advance of, many of the States. There is a lively interest mani fested in the breeding of horses, and speed and draught have each their disciples. The ilourishing condition of our horned stock business has caused great advance in this line; the most Insignificant beef grower In our remotest valleys boasts of his thorough breds and high grade Durhams, in fact, good stock are becoming so universally pop tilar that few are content with anything less t han a three-quarter breed bull, a...

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. — 20 September 1877

SLOCAL NEWS. -.-li. -' Co., ,No 14, South Conimme'rrnt It ')iI are our authorizedl agents to traul(ue at et ' tractf for advertising and receive ,,bAcriptiO n"a -lpOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M .. Comm.uni i(ctions held alt their hIll, . _in iaonIt City, on the seconId aIn fotrtth :~,itn.l' t s of each month. Sojourning iaother atre cordially invited to attetlnd. ib" h")\1 IIr)I TUTT1ERFIELI), W. M. I. J. RAMyI'PECK leaves this morning for A. lCooper who was inl town Monday, dropped in to have a chat. SIrriT river's rlstling stuck-grower, Len Leiwis, was in town this week. F J.JK. lKiE.sr. a prosperous farmer of link creek. was in town this week. Wi, are reliably ilformed Ilhat Fisk & In ýersoll's wool netted tilhem 28 cents. MONTANA haIs the most brilliant future of any spot upon " God's g'ren earth." Tills oftice returns thauiks to M. V. B. Green for a couple of nice fat grouse. Asow fell to the depth of four inches on tl.c Duck creek divide on Friday last. TI'f mountai...

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. — 20 September 1877

LIVE STOCK. HEREFORD CATTLE. At the Smlithfield show in Englatul, the ,horthorns found the HIerefords. bhreie by ,no means easy to beat. 'Lke rivalry has been strong between them for -some years, the awards to fatted bullock atbout eq;ual, but the friends of thelatter at length .a!:im, a victory. ' We do not I)ropose, says the Rural Press in an. article -upon the sultject, to enter into a countl)arative decission of the Ilerefords, and .their rival, but rather to state some tlhins which we believe to be hacts about abreed of'.cattle which we hear very little about in this State. We read that ,in the county of IHereford, and near the city of Hereford, in the year 1766, Atr. Benjamini 'l'ompkins commenced the breeding of Hereford cattle, aud gained for hiixiself :anol cattle a very high reputation. The earliest. ,reliable and systematic record we have of weights comes from the .Smiiitheld Club, formed in 1799. These records show that ,the llereflrds raflked very high. and that .for tw...

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. — 20 September 1877

- A S :L' IJ f31Et' )OOAN ':e 'ibl- are all aglow. No living thing .iV in the .t1Stinl; i'v\e ai hungryl We, ,.r r 1, \, dj)ock( r' t:11n lg on the tre'e, lli';h ovcrhc.ld. The low wi\tals faintly bring Ie breaith of roses, al d tIricklintg spiring SdleVr the j it-l('c helpt .hbis it- li,.t' !1wiv. I an all a on , horn of tihe .l l .'na.t day, . ! tlg ,' rtots. S pend1e i, the ring e' wo"1dn1 t.~1 :l-ue, ht. tl' clewhile in the grove, tl ou l the l n lselh's ai : tirI le 11.at.s tl . onittld . ntL VoL. depths *i ,o i'e!.! : htt 1 ~4 prt (oltufut )r l 1.cO , th e til t 'oling o to the lc a ly grolun d( 'r lll trt'.l-nti(''- t ,monIi the ].otlu .-h :IlII'oe. 'IfE ilU10 E It It LE. PiRA]}E YOUR WIFE. r nOlI.w Let' ; I(a! co.mle fro Ig is Sa top, w-here ,I had workied l I l .dI t , tired and out t' ir' its, hollle to his i wife, who was also olt (Iof spIlt * .A smiling wrife and .1 theerful lomre-a p:u:.dll it wouI hto i!" aidl Atudrew to limn s.'1. ;t. I'ie l urneIi d hi'S ee oili thCe...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 September 1877

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. II.LEras, September 17, 1877. The markets the past week have beet somewhat fluctuating. Oats have advancec a trifle, while other grain has declined ih like proportion. Flour has also made a marked descenlt, and other products ruin low. The following were the ruling fig. ores for the week : Flour, $4.00. Oats, new. $3.00. Old oats, $3.121. Choice new flour, $5.50. Barley, $2.25. Wheat, "2.00. Bran and Shorts, $1.50. Butter, ready sale at 28c. Egars, 50e. Cr.ickens, $6.00 per doz. Potatoes, new, $1.00 per cwt. Beef, net, $4.00. Fish, 20@(25c. per lb Hay. $10 per ton. New hay. $9 per ton. PATRON8 OF HUSBANDRY. THE Executive Committee of London (Canada) Division Grange are making prep urations for holding meetings at night dur ing the exhibition week in London, for the discussion of different questions in connee t.io(n wIth the order. - - - O' em -- - ------- The Bulletin of tile Wisconsin State Grange reports matters in an exceedingly good con d(ition. A number o...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 20 September 1877

FIGT WITH THE INDIANS--THEY ESCAPE TO THE PLAINS. L speci:1l to the Independent, dated Boze i ;1, S1temnber ]5, says : 'T'he Nez l'erces flanked Sturgis and went d0 ('lrke's Fork, burnt three houses at lottse': PI'oiitt and the MeAdow saw mill. ottiugis imurs-ued themn for two days, overtook hC al d h lad a hard tfight, lasting nearly all , i which he killed and wounded a good ny ld(liaUs. and captured several hundred hc;a of horses. f)on't know the extent of tur'gis' los.s nor the extint of the damage Tolle by the fleeing Nez 'crees. T'lhey aban n10 a great manly horses on the line of their flight. 'The Crows are hamrasniinug them and teali!tg :' good mnany of their horses. BOZ1EMAN, September 15, 1877. to Governlor B. F. Potts Gen. Stu¶rgis had a hard fight with the Nez Perces on the 13th. Thewerwere a good m,,:ly killed and wounded and several hun Ired( head of hnr'ses captured. IIis own loss .s cousiderable. The Crows brought into the.\gemc'y one hundred and fifty Nez Perce hors...

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. — 20 September 1877

l ISCELLAN E U . DISCOVFZ, QF S4TELLITES QF MARS. Professor Asaph Aull, of the Washington Observatory, has recently annowt ced the in teresting discovery of two. satelJites attend ant upon the. phtnet Mars. At about 11 o'clock on the uight of August 1T, Plrofessor IHall, by the aid of the great 26 inch refra:c tor telescope, noticed,a very small, star fil lowing Mars by a few seconds.. 'Two. honrs later he looked again, and, to his surprise found that the distance l:etween planet and star Iund not isncreased,. althioughi tthe former was moving at the rate of, 15, seconds per hour. Hardly crediting his. discovery, Mr. Hall delayed furthet; observation until he couldl bring the matter before his colleague, Professor Newcomb, ,ad, that astronomer, be)ing confident that thoe discovery of a sat ellite had been made, calculated roughly its time of revolution,. which lie found to be 1 day and.8hotlrs. This enabled the predic tion of the poblible place of the satellite on the following.nigh...

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