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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 27 September 1877

:f* 6d d A JotI na De t Agr~ ci ture,1c-stock, lome gI PER SINGL4Ei( C01 z, a 'r .iLý .._____( " , r . . A; ~ - RedIa Gene·-----R1- -T-- -~~ VOL.~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ II .DAMIN CIY TSPM1E2718.' <N~~ tr 4i, j t13t1) 'l ,VEL - I BY. R. N. SUTHERLIN,.. I.; IA! ') ri ' lt dc'4giTh1 Iit 111antl' Ifl). !tttil'Lt4ý > 1tuii..;Ii'tiiIunir Li (.very I aII ·-- ft14 i 7C lI iF( g I11U3 t i' rri' ý;ti ::l Ui'(. 'St1)c -vakr g, Iortl p)t1týý"t i;'.; 1 lL It ' L tI - ---- - ,S -· 2 . . 1 ( 1.: t ~21 4t) fi 1 tiiitnu 5 I O 1 i t 2. ) I )'r . _) _ f i · I ii I __ it :to el I 'L Ivll t; )gl,, 't)1 ,L4~ ili at 3 jlf l l . 'iw Clt -lice ii t" C1 3t. ii u ittl: 1i , O i .1 'ibd ertise SA R.IGU1LTUJRAL. 1. tork cprlog(ý.r Ii'- luncihi bttcr-.this lit lhl1 ti ual. 11 !urge l0proporIPul of the it ' .iatl V~ beets ha LIs et(1, .111](1 eat y 4It0)j)'ihitvt 1)(e ll re~lhed (1 ui 1n1a.rklcted. A~l uuully l laige !4100.L111t of I1)1y 111rt lheu p~ll ul), \whicit, in attIi tio t t) (ito gc 901 crops uto I it!1iai-...

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. — 27 September 1877

SU RL)N4I . i E itor. ' TIHUILS1)AY, SEIPTEMBER 27, 1877. WE know otf rd thrlanch of industry in Montana that has a more promising outlook than sheep husbandry. Seven years ago there was scarcely 2.000 head of sheep in the Territory, and 'they were mostly wethers driven in solely for mutton. Now, though the businerS is but ih its Infancy, there are at least 75,000 in the Territory, and our wool product has taken-a prominent place in the Eastern markets. The first flocK of sheep for wool growlpg. was brought to Montana in 1871, and, being free from scab or other disease, they wintered.well. IThbis gave con Ildence to those wio were lookihgin this directlit tpr cnvestment, and in 1872 several flocks were brought in. But this time'the result# were not so good. The flocks driven in were mostly scabby, and owned by men inexperienced. in the business, and the con sequence was that fully fifty per cent. were lost tlhe first winter. This had a bad influ once. ,Many who had implicit confiden...

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. — 27 September 1877

LOCA L. NEWS. : !i S .-. .. o , No 14, South CtJonlniuvclcr ." . re o-,ur ,ttuthorize.d ,nts to tirnnac ye llt..l, .c, l D 1.lnrct. for ;wLvertialng.,and reic( iMo D[AIOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M - Statetd C.olfuln ictltki s lls htl artthOir Hall, in Diallonldt City, pu the, second aotn fourth . ti itturllld:1s of1 aceh mouth. sojournliig bIrothelr mare ool0t0Iillyinvited to Iltteud.. D AVIIX BUTTERFI Df \. M . IMOK after your horses, or Joseph will do it tt)r you. . i - Tf I); Duck Creek quartz mill is running regulariv, " Miss SAIfAit \VINs'roN is 'spending the week in Diamaond. She is tie gttest of Miss llla Finn. _'__-- W\Ye acknowlecdge a pleasant cill from Col. i;ilbert. who pas.:ld on his return to Camp ltaker this week. Wsv are ludlebtejd to Mr. J. G. Pieeri.ng for some very finue Spcimens of onions, and a very large turnip. A F.ALrE ular'ln of IliluiallS OC.eII'I' on the Missouri valley, Monday, which cretted con ;itlerable excitement. ". J. O. . 'SSEY passed throu...

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. — 27 September 1877

bIV-a L &TUCK. ISIN-ARJ R BiaREZDING -A CAUSE OF DýSNIr$LTION AXD I8?IZASE The great warnjerity of wrIters on this +sub jeot*C a@io~l tke. &woede', dir the most earn *st! 2. u I3wElr, sgaiiist strrying .ian-awn l- tkrmMng furi~ther than oene *or tao gezera ,tit41tik4uakflyT4re t4treray rppod t to At, and tlene I 8a eryý :gerieR d opinioni ationg ht (T'~4oa thituft a t1C ie followC(1 by injuri ous > (i~iir. ' i ·ýg 7 stj paper;' howecver, I .pointed out sewarl intdications for it, in all of wIui1ch, t aaake i perfect suceess, it InuIt 1` c,&riied to a coil itherabie extent. It is therefbore Imatter ot the utnro't. practicLL is 4erest toI eitdue if in-breeding has a Ji ccay. iujul'ious etffect on the ofispring; in -oter vr~rds., is 4egeneration or disease the 1n f 1 iiesk t ol tts1 ig thS isit&]h'd of breelrýabg? I hve irh (nO4Abtt a large aw, jori 1yot tMeders w0411(1 answer Miis queatioaý unhedir tittJlyfta trc ja ttrf c ;;Indeed I :iin greatly stti ri~ 4 ut tihe ...

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. — 27 September 1877

a em: t."t el what Hlidden low1er itO in the pres1Lent living hour; \olrI t whorw the V ~ hoeau We splaak Mliv keep thle ýtro1)g and Soothe the weak; }w)1 ýqOW outs deesC have migh) te thrtill, r .1f l I.P, ý the anigtitst of ts il;ll r 11O" .mil' of 11.1)0, (Jor tl Chinlg "elo ll 1) w 1 end Ia c rlSol Out oea-u h'r if & ; , auay cat'-c aIfhtlon 's tides to s'cll, (Yr'liln4c of 1:aC e Whereil to dWCell w e oInly not teIi-W( alay Ilot tell. iWe jlllt' slot W11 ºWitt llt 1 trileS heart, (tf lilfe, of 1)ellntý-, mayn impanrt 'II) tfcr('ltlll ' cansl, wliW~ to it, Ioc, Til' a r Hlllk y (d* Ill I1 lltil'ots close; W hich ºuie(':111:1:unl, es ( rI i1C, ( (1(11)11Wc! . ; Iý;o u i ll lh lill au-n i 1 , ;ýll . j'1iar WCl~lcai hgulcl to the laini! iý tlitlt~ t h icdl i ' t fIler stars' shall j(Q cr eet iri light; Thouhl hl'W (lie and dll·d irges swt I JIeh hhei flrl~l'k Ct tO ii tiaY~C" rune~~ 10ýt,1ýFlý1110 110 ililir O ºlj ý 11c nlal\ (lo. tell Whalt lowly, cnt l·~r:: : Vl ho' lift Iiht...

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. — 27 September 1877

HWEL1EWA PRODUCE 'H~A ET. .. , . ,'. iSepttmibe, 17, z7 Ftour, $4.00, ()Oats, new. $3.00. Old sata, $3.127. 4"lhoie neW tiour, $5.50. B*arley, $2.23. Whead, 42.%). ralan iid Shorts. $1.50. Butter, ready n!le tt "28°:' E}rs, 50c. , l fc~Cns, $t..0 p't ''doz: . Potatdes,- tiW,' $1.00 'p1r ewt. Beef', net; .4.OU00 . Fish, 20@25c. per lb Hay. $10 per ton, New hay, $O per ton. P.,A.T._O..F ; .L.. . -. '.2___ pTýRONS -` 'HUSBANI Y. --. ..... r" . --. ..... ---- .; . . L.L . '_Z . BnoTriR William Sims, M. of the Kan sas State Grange, says iina recent letter that the State lgerny has been and still iA self sustaining,' though it is not so generally patroflatzd as it might be. lie adds : "'The next annual report of our secretary will show a large reductioti in our wembership, but the order has lost but little by the re ductionn n meitership. We have beetn dro.lpi6g tile dead weights, but unfortu naiel'y we haive been compelled to drop with them soiile as good Patrons as ever united with 'he ...

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. — 27 September 1877

fGet Away with a Fine Lot )rtAinxo Crrv, September 21. The nail carrier frn tlhe White Sulphur p.ri , briigs the news thht (tLfedenning, ri ve there yesterday morning, ,with his Sni r The li'nostiles. appelared at the' frks "tle iuseliesuhell on the 9lth4and attacked leof men who were hauling timber Cleo..niUg. Tihe men unhitched, and usted tIeW. bhos wv'no heti y sa w dtie In (8 or Id"gsnuuber), btt on t hot nputbe+4}iaddne thorn ant4y$ pgosi in 1111R artr cys. everi l shots were .,(;e, (hi siliring thie hlrses the:Irti an. retired I hicTTostil, also tP off a niber of other hlmcses, ainring ýwhlah were) belongi ,,to Miiler & Sch all. ' , Thie Cr6w scouts had arrived at De Lao's vp, ariil af;ned Eiii of fie approach if hostlles. mith River in Arms! Season of Pillaging and Thieving Inaugurated. 1lMP BAKER ,J)ESTI1TTE OF SOL DIERS. hereabouts of the Main Body of, HIostiles. CROW3 RE US8E TO TIGHT. I)IAMOND CI'T, September 24. hehostiles made thetr presence known Smith river Friday...

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. — 27 September 1877

INDIQEZsJ L! NZDICINE8, It is not an uncotilnlon blutlet'lfr young or ignorant hyslicians to write prescrip tions, the ingredients 9f *vlhd ýheipically reacting upoii.eac ofiet prodlucsubstances wholly different ii natute and. physiologi cal effect to those intended to be admninis tered. Not loing ago we noted tin .tstancee of !:ow ~wo harmless dlrugs when edmbined formed at highly poisonlous i u ,/' and it may so hemApe!l that innocen~t ri ndicants may unite to 'p.s tqe,a. ,eCoipotind danger ously explosive. r-tt "e knowledge that still another danger lurks in the aptlheca ry's vial w re ire indebted to Dr. 5', W. Compton, of Evanusvill, Id., who has called the att itloh. df luysaicians to the fre quent indigestibility,of, their cnrative 'po tions.. If medicines are not dissolved idi the digestive fluidsl of t0he stQomach and intes tines they can ;uever be absorbed ; if not ab-. sorbed they"eAT' never enter thet cirttulation and hence cannot liPoduce the' results in tended~ TheIe a...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 October 1877

SR. N. SUTH ERLN, EPDIreJt AND 'PRI 'I.OP1IIiEOL TIJ RoKYT %.ONTA' II UsUANUMAN I S designe1 tle, as the name indcllate., Ia Iuks..u.dillnlt l. 'cvt.y t the . rm, emnlbr:'iing in iti 1colu.W4 every .ot Of A lricu'ltur, tock -r iiil.g, iorti deturet, ocal an.ll omestic Economy. S-- $.. - 7-.' $ "l ..!O -a_ *eek $3 4 L 2 15 21 40 monaths 1 24 30 7 6 42:. 80 120 onth I 2., 36 45 fI A 15 U 12E 300 e or .o 4 ,, 75, 90. O51, 180 250 Transient advertisements panv)C. tih alv'ando. l'epular advertisemenflts paynale quarterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for spec.I.l advertise *ents. AtlRICULTRiAL. - Ir requires a man well versed in agrie.W toral knowledge to he able to prodiutce the best results from the soil, but when a crop is raised it requires eommerdal ibility to ilarketait in a way to !make the -best ofi. To lnderstand this thoroughly it is neces tary for the farmer to keep himself well posted in regard to the laws of siuiply and demand. The States tarmer must study the markets of the ...

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. — 4 October 1877

Rocky lountaii Hlsbandman. it. N. SIJTPr HERIIN, Editor. THIURSDAY, OC'I'OER 4, I.77. THERIL is no better index to the prosperity of a country than the turn out and display to be found at the annual Fairs, and from the success of the late exhibition of the Moniuna Agriculte'r4l, Mineral and Meclhtn eIc Association, at Helena, it is tair to pre snme that our 'Territory is in a most pros petotts ondlition. The gate receipts were larger than usual, and pool selling and bet ting were brisk, all of which are indications of good times. Th'ie display of racing stock, the only brancltof industry encouraiged to any considerable extent, was very tine. The colldetion Of:flyers, and the speed exhibited, was -evidence that the sporting fraternity were alive to their interests, and' the record of the week Wasene Wbheibwould have done credit to the courses of the jockey clubs of the States. - But with the exception of this and the ladies' department, the -exhibition tuno ulted to nothing. Not a li...

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. — 4 October 1877

LOCAL _NEWS M t-,., No I4c toitltl (ot omtitutr,,. ,t 2. ý erc. Our author,.^ized agents to tra stn M t t cin e,,ntrcct for 1vt ertrI4ng and reESI 0 DIS11OND CITY LODOE No. 7, A. F. and 4. K. tu ul (.oIuLuflII tiuflons hold1 Mt their Hull; inI1II l it}, oni the secOiod and four .xaturdl:, . of etachi rnoth'. Su ojo 4"a IrlRI :4re~ '.crd ially itjVitxi to) a1fCnd. * I)AVII) are r r.EtU F1E L ), W . :I. nl·r.,(R1 '.'' r (Ct.. are piping on their bar _____ -?t C , hi te' gulch. &r, the atcr of lwrs. ."J tiorg I I. pt011, this We(k. t><rt pop1ular aI Iulnt p prosproi irf lrcrs, made a pleasIItt. ~t1 1 ltik weak. Niis EMMA I{t ýsI',JI, late oi Mihnnesota, I,,; been nl'lºI0'Ctl aLs assi taut teachler in Ie allatitI IeituInle St.c illnary`. ,AMUJEL A1L1AIBAL;Gt alid A. T1. Linville,' u'ji~ltoilPsOtt' gutlch, aire in1 town p epatra Irr 1o fWven;; over for the wilnter. ,l~ I I PiE;u. who is inl char~ge of Col. Die tuoud this wieek with a load ot su~piies for lie ranfchI.__________ ...

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. — 4 October 1877

BOBD.P LEItyESTER 8) i;, A br~ddt has ts to sayp'h 1&h ~iAxth itiAh 4griculturist, of the decrease in size and substance, of the.Bordpm Leicesters. From.a purely fatcy, point of, view the present fashlorable Leic.ster is no ildubt a remarkably neat:;ah',graceft atninal.;. but apart froni this,, aud J.. ~tikingto the practi cal results derivedl feomn the use of pure bred sires.it is questionable if the-. neatness ahd elegance' noW so much sought after (irte speetive of sie land substauce) is calculated to improvo th ie'rcantile' stock of the coun try. It has always belen, the case in fancy breeding that somn, excellencies are, lost sight of in,tle cultivatioif of details which have only, an indirect bearing upon the keep ing up and:improving of our pure breeds. Therefore we have too many breedeirs who center their ideas of excellence t8jR, so~ e minor points, and shut their eyes to the fact that the sheep breeders ' tprofession is the growing' of Wool and mnttdth. A bantam may be...

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. — 4 October 1877

*A (RAlYD OLD POEM. h o shall judge man by his manners " Who shall know him by his dress ? Pa.upers may be tit for princes, I'rilce l til for sometýhin less; ,ritnlled shirt nnd dirty j:icket )Iay beclothe the golden ore tl the deepest thought and feelings, That t, honor upward soar. There are springs of crystal nectar E er welling ot otf stone; tr are p urple Ibds 14nd golden, Hidllen, cru,-hed and overgrown. t;d, who counts by soul.s, not dres.e:, Love. and prospers you Inid Inc, While he values thrones, the highest., ilut an pebbles of the sea. lian u1prai.ed above htis fellows, Otr Ilrgct" hi', fellows then; )I.n~tr|., rul'rs, lords, reemlweer lhat's your mea neat kind of men; lMen by labor, men by feeling, Men by thnught and meln by fame,. (lniimig equal rights to stunshine, lI I nllm's ennobling namne.. There :.e foanm-emblroiidered onins , There are little weed-clad rills, 'There are feeble inch-high saplings, There are ccldars on the hills. Gord, who countsI by soUls; not st...

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. — 4 October 1877

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. "IXLL2A, October 1, 1877. 'The markets show a slight decline of some articles. The doWenward tendency of the out market is caunsed mainly by the in disposition of purchasers to take hold of the business. But these prices cannot re-, main low very long. There are very few narmers who will sell oats at $2.75 whei. they learn the triue condition of the crops which is everyd'ay being developed by the threshers. We look for an advance in prices very soon. Flour, $4.00. Oats, $2.0(5@2.75. .Barley, $2.00. Wheat, 02,25. Bran and Shorts, $1.50. ,Butter, ready sale at 35c. Eggs, 60c. Chickens, $6.00 per doz. 'otatoes, new, $1.00 per cwt. Beef, net, $4.00., F'ish, 20(a@25c. per lb Iay, $10 per ton. New hay, $9 per ton. PAITRONS OF HUSBANDRY. KENT county, Micih., Grange has adopted resolutions defending the Clawson wheat as it superior variety, in spite of the bad chait aIcter gfen it by the Millers' Association. o, has Chesterfield Grange, Macomb. VWE regret to learn tha...

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. — 4 October 1877

ua$ IEFFZUSO1 COUNTY--CGLLA. TIN CITY AND VICINITY. .1 O B . fronii the tiiiiiitains along tile U31 t1 o (. ete3rate 1 hal u vilirndjtl 1iew of thlis I~eC itif'til to iintry for ' ,rter; mJle- in e~tctt. Wihiei I first tray rec, iwhvc years aigo. there ws no11s dpj l:of jnbabit:illtt. bhut tinf e huii m ath de a l.t0gc. ''heecountury is onel eouitiuitaI rs"" o~ljllF OtJhdottehere aind there with Iot~e fetlS tijelk otf rupeuuing grauin. htouicP::L 'Jie roners alongr here who have. corn forta I oln zdgood thrin- arie, ..J. ~ii IL . .soii. Johi tLink, IV. 11. JIIutC!IIISOI' li J.I. I )uncaun, .1. ljucljnlalu, 3tres M. J. Nott Q ' It. 1'ior 1. Pate, 1W'm. (;. l r 1 , 1A res cud p. Dluh"Y .&Jliro. T' a fair Saing late Wa 10911)10 t1(`, bŽy tht itiil Wrl YiliZwtUX. j ºpesatl -ir' t lt._fu ttn tt ,, ; , ghkjtth :t hut l l(! ge ith'i rtc leiii ui1( rt) S -i$,: ufheiolstunletdlrvtr tlt·Iu~l ( and cropk" tie uew te rry iluto .JethNr·olli cOuiIity. Foýh our or five miles. Imy routite .W S ...

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. — 4 October 1877

C;;-mn - - -- - - m mm|l •. . ""= -- .' - -- ",.- I IJCE LL ANEOIJS. II--l 8 C L I -i ,;I' 01 TEXAS ;PACIFIC RjLaon.w D-Th'e 'report comes fr . rWashiihgts that the 'Teozxs and Paciticoranlizzation. has. mditled it aibsidy progranmme since iastvwinter, and wtil put in a now.bill and ptea ,fir o' 4pMent aid at the next session.. 1tipri es for an ex tension ifthe main inte fiom Fort Worth to San Diego, 1,.40 ,·iles. a$ $35,00O per mile, and branches, 8rt. Louis and fan Fran cisco, ,Vibita to 10tlf '".er id an, 405 miles; Meiuphis _ :Jeffrsot, 312 miles; New Orleans t'aEhreveport, *29 miles; and Vicksburg to Shreveport, N.0 miles--all at $25,000 per mile of guaranteed five per cent. bonds. The aggregate endorsement under this bill will be a little short otf sixty millions, about the same as:for the old Pacific Rail road. It has long been supposed that the Vicksburg, ` femphis and New Orleans branches were appendlled merely to draw vots from those parts of the South, and that the real o...

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. — 11 October 1877

Oc KY f UiAND A Jourrnal r vvokd to Agrlalturig e, i estocky oe Blea 1ug, and General Iews. P R SI COP. VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., OCTOBER 11, 1877. NO.47. "lIc3tSIIED WEEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR f.'e (toc.i I'OUNTA'IN -USIIANDMAN Is designed the a the name indicates, a tlhusbandman ii every ". eof ttern, emlbraciag in its col:imns every I.-etment of Agriculture', Stock-raiOilg, H3orti ure. Social and Domesti4 Economy. ADVERTISING RATES. eek $ 3 5 $7 $9 $11J$20 $30 eek9}3 4 7 10 12 I 15 28 40 mth 5 S 12 15 19 21 40 00 0onths 1 16 24 30 30 42 80 120 j5nth+ IS 25 3 45 5 51 120 200 30 l 40 0 75 90I 105 I 180 250. Transiont advertisements paavttle in advance. lreular advertisemrnets payable quarterly. 1,enty-lve per cent. added for spec.:.l advertise mentl. A 4RICULTURAL. Ta brown and seared lanscape, the ,harse, hollow voice of the winds, the dray old mountains, all remind us that summer, with its smiles and flowers, is gone, and that coon the earth mast change 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. — 11 October 1877

B. N. SUTHkERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1877. T'liz outlook for beef growing in Montana i~better to-day thanu ever before. Ten years ago, when our .supply of horned stock was ligla, prices r1tled higher, but there was a greater lack of confidence than now, since "AI: who were able to reason upon the matter :*were satisfied that when our home demand 4abecame satistled there would come a fall. yTnfortunately for many, this'era came at a 4ime when those engaged in the business .were illy prepared for it. Many had pur chased at high prices, and were paying from tto to five per cent. per month on invest jneat, and consequently lost heavily. Many were forced to sell, and as there seemed to 9e no outlet beyond our border, and our population decreasing and cattle increasing, prices ran down very low. But no sooner htad the herds fallen into the hands of men .tiat welre able to holdl than the price began .tO improve, In early days our stock men were inclined to be selfish ; eac i one...

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. — 11 October 1877

LOCA0 L NEWS. aj L-ci-- & Lo., No 14, South Cointmrcu1 3.. ", ýL. avre our authorized agents to transace t ý"t ti«- contract for advertising and receive b ript lon .. DIE0iND CITY LODGE No. 1, A. F. and A. _ StntedI Cominuications htl ht at lheir lildl, i iiniaould il3y, oa the second vi([ foHrth Sai .turds t of leach m0onhiI. Sou l'luning brothers are cordially inVi"I to te. DAVIBDx's JEC'Ty.ED W 1 ý[rtG. JrhDa' HAMPTON is visiting :1nol0g jrieul(s in ('ave gulch. - 1i;s. 1. J. RAMSrMP:CK, who has been quite u1nwell the past week, is slowly recovering. G. . A L W['rTON got $25 to the p.1. not ln 4g since, froth the gru[d11(1 sliice on his 'rs root di.gin1s( down the . 'ulch. '1`H1r prosperous mliuer ot Spruce ht', W. L. Vlunce, went over to the WVhite Sulphur Springs I1st week for a short s5jottrn. [NIS LAWI,1'o. of White's gulcih, whoI. l;d the misfortunle to get his sio1ulder slip ,ed out oft place, camne over Monday to have it re-set. - STi'i: m1thl train of Marks & P'at...

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. — 11 October 1877

LIYE STOCK. SALE 'O VALUABLE HORSE3 . Among the number of handsome and val uable blooded horseasexhibited at the Eight Annual Exhibition d'f the Te'ritorial Fair Association, auspiciously closed on Satur day last, were sevenal magnificent arimals from the noted stud of Larabie & Co., Deer Lodge. These horses were the center of at traction for many of our stockmen, Maoong whom a growing interest is manifest in the raising of improved strains of stook. We are glad to know that a portion of this fine stud has beoen -secured to the stock possess lions of this county. Two sales we are privileged to record. First is "Fayette Mambrino.," .a gour-year old sorrel stallion; weightt 1,390 pounds; got by " Maibrino Patchen," (futall brother 4e Lady Thorn) and sire of Lady :Stout, three-year-old record 2:29, and sold to Rob ert Bonner, of New York for $15,000.) 1st dam by Morgan Rattler. 2d dam by Manrbrino Chief. 3d dam by Downing's Bay Messenger. 4th dam by Cannon's Whip. Second " Don A," ...

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