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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 11 October 1877

j.DOWN THE FIELDS TOGETHI ER. ,'he hlackbird pipes his solemn notes Through copse and dreamy hollow; the air is fanned by myriad w!ngs Of the trown, loW-flying swallow; As hand in hand, at twilight hour, in the hazY autumn weather, A lass and sun-browned harvestor Stroll down the tield together. All day he has bound the yellow sheaves With a patient hand and willing, For the wealth of his own new home is stored In the granary he is filling; And all the gain or reward he asks, Is to know that through the heather A laddie and lassie, at set of sun, shall roam the field together. What is it to happy hearts and young, That the sere sad leaves are falling ? They hear but the cheery voice of love To his sweetheart gently calling; And close as he bound the yellow sheaves In the gleaming nautumn weather, Sly Cupid binds their tender hearts " With love's golden bands together. The field of stubble will soon grow brown, The frosts will chill the meadows, Aild highland, lowland, garden and law...

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. — 11 October 1877

HELENA PROIDUCE MeARKET. IILX~NA, October 1, 1877. Ftonorp;$4.00. Oats, $2.05@2.75. Birley., $2.00. Wheat. ,2.25. Bran and Shorts. $1.50. Butter, ready sa4e at 35e. C <Iek.-$ 0.00 per doz. Potatoes, new. $1.00 per cwt. Beef, net. $4.00. Fish, 20((`,25c. per lb hay, $10 per ton. New hay, $f9 per ton. -PATRONS OF HUSNBARY. 'riTu (California State Grange met in San F'ratcisco on 'Tuesday, the 2d day of Octo :er', 187.7. 's"ISIl'E, " tIS.., in the Ii/dustrial P'res, says: "It is now nearly ten years since tle first grange, was organized. .During the first tfw years the order grew but slowly, asrl met with the opposition with which all ECformns, all new improvements or inveCl1tions have been recoived. $till at survi~es it(hdays vo trial, and within the past live years it has become ::an acknowledged filt, one of the inistitultlon of our country, and has far out strippeld the brightest hopes and dreamns of thos1e who follnded it, unfit to-day, in nearly twenty-five thousand neighborhoo...

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. — 11 October 1877

. 2_._::.-- .... .. . .. .. . . . ..... -- . . .. GENERAL NEWS. At 12 o'clock on the night of the 15th the western abutnielt to the great iron bridge that spans the Missouri at Atchinson, Kan sas, fill into the river, with a terrible crash, :;rryi"g the f.litire fliteen feet of wall and :1)0ott seventy-tive feet of embankment. 'TilS gradiu:il sliding of the work has been Otic(al f)r the pl)a.s forly-eight hours, and a force of mcen has been at work clearing off the wa:ll ;ll (day. so that the long draw span shoulltl le cleared1 and escape the danger thIt threatened wh\\'en the wreck should colnl'. They s5u(eeded .in swining the draw clear at 10 o'clock. At 12 o'ehlock a hlnge mass of heavy masonry and thousands of cubic yards of earthwork, the Office aond hridge :pl)proachl, were hurled into the Mis ;auri river.----The steamer Miassaeihusetts, from 1'rovi(lcnce for New York, which went :tshore near IIortotu's Point on the night of the 4th, lies 400 feet out of water. The pas snugers...

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. — 11 October 1877

MISCELLA NEUS. ABT PUBLISHING. Few people are aware of the wonderful progress that Art has mad in this country during the last quarter of a century. It is but a few decades since, that those who de sired to beautify and adorn their homes, were obhliged to depend almost entirely on foreign artists. But such a state of affairs in this age of progress and improvement could not last long with the great Ameri can people. Genius from the East to the West, from the North to the Gulf ot Mexico on the south, answered the demand for beauty, taste and refinement, and to-day nur leading artists are not surpassed by the leading modern masters of Art in Europe. Great Art publishing establishments have sprung up, and by various processes the finest and most expensive paintings are re produced in all their elegance and beauty, and at a price within the means of the masses. So that no one need he without the refining influence of beautiful pictures at home. Among the progressive leading Art Pub lish...

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. — 18 October 1877

ROCKY M NIN Hiis_ N S . . A ournal e l )oted to Agricaltni., .IVe-stock, Home Reading, aad General News. ! 1 coPt . * PE SINGLE COPY. VOJ . . I.O D C T ,. .. VoL 2,. . DJAMOiND CITY' , M. T., OCTOBEI 18, 187. NO. 48. 1hrltný i~T ·le !g llc·· ,,(,;1 Ifrl 3tliu ie.lo s, I3 1I3tl411911,i111t3 1 i ..ev'er hI )3''irrit3ore; Mto(.k-t Ii ::. , I o\. A ) i~ i.:'1'1ý1rfiSk RA'1''1:. II j 1 ? 1' c 11 +(1 j i, : ý ý, t ji moth ýJ ))Zs ' ,40 O Sit'ulll i (1 (l i 31 0 ;11 "i0 ' t,1 3 'I 1:10 ii' i .I". 1.31 .31; 5' )2O 3Oi3 (itýI~t':t1 +Ctln'lll llti1)al l)C illt7 er }" 1'It'rnt}''lli. e 1h:1. ccnft.:t(lel ortJC; . · ·t;:tie cii fh 'r \lii flit hf'3 ý-1d.II 1 '1nII icn a 1403 31)13hle t'hy 1.11(,i ii iiiade wairwý 013(1 i'I II til 1i:(1( . ti 0?) 3rii (1i131e33e' ý1tupp ciir ,;u tihat tlli' (leas O ri( ' 10 1 10il w) O e( r;this over· *t'i ib 't3t3 30(111 03 . Iet 3 mei' ýI itliout p'in ant inI 1h chll fie i thinii fori' the f ii m 3'o I) in. Bel '% y3 f (ettI3i] read(y for wi_ 1er1 ) IM 11x2u t...

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. — 18 October 1877

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THIURSIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1877. A LAIMnE percentage of our people who follow placer mininig for a livelihood are on ly engaged during the summer months. Their minles are often located on bars and can only be worked during the water season, and before autumn is endled they are through cleaning bed-rock and ready for a long win ter's rest. This class of miners are usually energetic, persevering men, and add greatly to our country's wealth, but there is more that thet could do if they would only set themselves about it. The long winter months could just as well be spent in pros pecting as not. Upon nearly every hill side there are rich leads cropping out, which, it developed, might prove a fortune. But the idea seems to have taken fast hold upon our people that unless a person has the com mand of capital he cannot develop a quartz mine, though the facts are that capital will not take hold of an undeveloped lead. Let the miner take hold and develop his quartz suff...

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. — 18 October 1877

LOCAL NEWS. --i lacE & Co., No 14, South Cnommnrcan W3. , ar••,ire our authorized agents to transac, I.s' .',e'q contract for advertising and receive -a),ýCrpil)tlO gIA.OSND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. K Stated Communications held at their hall, in Diamond City, on the second and foarth saturdays of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordilly invited to attend. ibr )AVIID BUTTEItFIELD, W. M. If. It, Bn13A s, Sec'y. (. W. S'7rTTON is recovering. 'IHE Soutlern Hotel, Diamtotnd City, is prosperintlg ID. C. S. KI.L.Y is visiting Canton and Centreville. M.:ssRs. Lin ville & Allebaugh have moved over from Tho'i pson. - )R. ASyN Mrs. JACOBY spent a few days visiting on the valley this week. Fon beautiftll, dry and sunny autumn weather. Montana beats the world. A FU:LL accountt of the pro:eedinllgs of the Grand Lodge, I. O. G. T'., will appear next week. FaED. DEANZEIR, proprietor of Rader's station, near Camp Baker, was in town this week. PROPHElTTS have it that the lately. pur...

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. — 18 October 1877

LIVE STOCK. CO-OPERATION IN WOOL-GROWJNG. S'p country ill, the world offel's so tine op portuinities .for wool-(rowing on. a large .tcale, with a .mall outlay of tapital, as the United State.. The vast ahlupst unoccupied ptstoral .region can almost anywhcre 'be 'uisedls as aTr*age foEr seep,) Without owning a, foot of :and. In ninmany intances .claims it¢ ! aihe,.an fltproveine its paut up .merely ,to 11ol(1 the claim, which is used as a hon'ks T.+cpb,; at airidling cbst; so thAt thti Csctiitald to buy the:llock and protide the: raticrns for thfose who he thiem, is;tle sn total of the outlay. In some sections some hay. is put up for emergencies, while in others none is leurecT. The security to lTfe and property oms kdrAilrr i eital lsis alaii tik; Ai ter prise, s Bi eve'n out upon the plains, aud be yondc I e "ttlun C hadJf`g s be yond to the I'acific slope, and from ni ritish America to" Meexi'o. Npr is such in~vest ment coidfined ,to the regio , nsmentioned `aione. The. vast $oath...

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. — 18 October 1877

I 4 SI(?Z aoift.th j1' lit ctUi~e', T'--nu h iih ,Vroultgi .;a ýtiiai,t they e:'t weii * liiserece :'aui (.ýun i"ha 01Q O'tl i'$eC alyli'i Jves ITI It~nLO CC Tf~itrtkf (ltllt ivr~~l. n hi i'ii fiih'd t~lircfly Ou e l ttilig tha flyH Wilere alt! li hO~reS' $trlii-ci shoc· ~r l eiiithi~ithe: i rh Shadows/ ~ that dfus a la5,, A n[ C:lllth 114.(1 biut LnuC jlllji:t(h):l t Ye,.u frl us:irtbl u hl' t ýýtv ufjoy o £us ani'm our=:~ iiie raizubO\WSIe'z The hi s1olflS (a day, The t ul elm ug sheenl o(n witt·.;tlir'' v1-, ulorc ttuiC :srb tar lai the-y. That passion1 wroiight, tllf 1171(. iie'itv tiloulght fur tlite north lh:ue ic(Y(ull cver ýs Llt-rn :i llii life' 11 at lhlfWf. . aught -Iuiu rifci·1 !ci)ljca Xloiiltli'.t the eavtcs A ]IC1' ii J hll itiitllii I iI *, T 1 Al -at ý i !ti n .# d o Vsc ?I4~~Pg i;fll·~i~bftl~ Witi ts iAm tolud boaut fli igilt vie( A Ahttuli)WV's Sriliie, ' 'I fctlly-tuiO~i swllsli Yi t:~flh. r.~i~ s~diisef~~lf *KL 'i May Iav!a t a siurer 14tay'. A Itw short, yeats-...

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. — 18 October 1877

HELENA PRODUCE MIARKET. IITLaNA, October 1, 1877. Flour. $4.00. O'ats, $2.65@2.75. Barley, $2.00. Wheat, ,2.25. Bran and Shorts. $1.50. Butter, ready sale at 35c. Eggo, (60c. Chickens, $6.00 per doz. Potatoes, new. $1.00 per cwt. Beef, net. $4.00. Fish, 20®@25c. per lb IIav. $10 per ton. New hay. $9 per ton. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. S'THE' Grange work throughout Ohio is full of life, activity and dletermined earnestness, and is now accomplishing more in three months than it did in six in any form.er year. Members of the Grange are awakening to their material interests more than formerly. They are more earnest in seeing that Grange work and principles are carried out proper ly. The discussions now heard in the Grange rooms of the State are of a character to im prove the knowledge as well as practice of its members. Many Granges, where they have formerly been able to do nothing but to confer degrees, now are discussing sub jects of great Interest to their members; subjects that pertain 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. — 18 October 1877

[Conclulcd from secoa'd page.] wards the Sandy. Small tributary streams, 1odtlv dlry, with standing pools at intervals io clntliels, belrilg in spring mountain tor litl. lorwnard to Milk river and the Missouri, t, cro r"rsscd, the Bear Paw looming up, i.,?rntly tell or twelve miles away. Snow uinell to fall. whlich increased present l tt) 1 storm and drove quartering into the it .. t.iCes, shutting oitt distinct vistas for 'li let.CS in any direction. At this uli , who had preceded the coluilln, 1,up Iilinig btack, informiing Miles that the lid: camp had been found, and was then ,iitall about three miles. The coumliand ,,lutiniled on to within less than two miles , thie hostiles when the soldiers and Indians uiTlreed each other at about the same time. ;reat li;alarmt showed itself in the Indian a,li). which was increased as the conmmaud rapidly ,ianeuvered and formed for the at tack. I'roteetion of the train had been Iolked after, and the field guns, some miles ti the rear under sat...

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. — 18 October 1877

S4I8 CELLA N EO I. NAPOLEAN'. AT.tEPT TO CROSS T.E DANj MBAY 1809. The immediate priiblenl whJihii has to be solved by a general.Who :ittempts to carry an armVy across a river whilehis defended by the enedly is:howto throw over. ab some point or,otlhie,;:bore tae adversary shall have i d time tn'make dispositions to 'pre vent hlai .. such'a for` a sha ll be:,ble to hold its groanld ard hedaif..it.tl eflkntil tl e whole ai'rty shal.'be safety -trainported acr(tss the iter in rear of Lthe.c $creen thus fornned. 'The'Die, theil'oue; required by large bodies of trooi} to file over a br!idge becomes and Uinplrtitnt element in the cal (,nlation, And, colsequtenly, at the present, moment the following details of the actual passage of a larvg army: adross th) D)anube will not he withplut interest, In May, I,80Q,, Napoleon detertm ined to cross the anubhe and attack the Austrialarrmy, which, hav ing been defeated on the right bank, had re, tired to the fotrth of thie riter.: Various consider...

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. — 25 October 1877

T- . -ý- - --- -- -- -:;_ -- ---------- - -_ - - - -- 10 C . VOE AN2. I DIAMOND CITY, LM. -stoc., HOCTOB Redg, and GeR ga25e 18;. 51 t9 VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., OCTOBER 25, 1877.. YO. 49. pL'Ui.A.iLfli) WEVLEKIY ]BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, E.1)DITO't'() i AND P'ROPR IET'Ol l'he Roc'KY N MONTAI H IIUSBANDMAN is designede eI,, as the name indiclatcs, a hllUrtnidnlzm IL ivery s.c olf e the t'in , Cei)'raciIng ill it.S (coii:ullln S CveCr S, t:)net .f A.ritiulture, Stock-raini.g, llorti tultc. SociaIl set I)omestic 1Eýconomy. AIVEI"I'ISING RATES. S;e $; $5 $7 I$ $11 $20 $30 SWeek% 3 4 0 10 Jý 15 28 40 Ifmont I 8 12L 15 i 211 40[ 00 months 10 161 2, 4 30 .3 6 42 80 120 gmonths 18 25 36i 4. i 54 (15 1"20 200 tr '301 40 60) 7 5l Djo 105 l 180 250 Transicnt nildv-crttiserents pavalcle in ardvance. lRegul:ar advertiset'ments payable quarterly. t'wenty-live per cent. added for special advertise. uientM. .A AGtRI6ULTURAL. ONE great cause of so many failures in in dustrial plursuits, as well as bu...

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. — 25 October 1877

I ouninfal lIuIat a! R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25., 1877. WE learn from parties direct from Helena that Charlos, with 22 lodges and about 200 of his people, were encamped near there on their way to hunt buffalo in the Muscleshell and Judith countries. These Indians are endeavoring to purchase ammunition for their hunt, but thus far, we are told, have been unsuccessful. This is certainly unjust, and a poor return for the service rendered by this chief and his warriors to the settlers of Bitter Rpot valley during the invasion of the Nea Perces. Hearing of the approach of the hostiles, Charlos summoned his war riors about him, and was ready and anxious to oppose their entrance, and it is a well known fact that their peaceable transit through the Bitter Root is due in a great measui. to the presence of his, warriors. We caiinot see.why any one should enter tain any antipathy for this band of Flat heads. They are not government pets, but are non-treaty, indians, and have...

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. — 25 October 1877

LOCAL NEWS. R"ýt ýI 1 ilt1 SCo o. 14-Southl (.:crlllnlirial SSt I.n(a ale our uutht,:i:ýtt1 aeft 8 to Iranu 5u.7uIu lju4 in$ -'contract for ads le tiling. and to DAXOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. x Mtnletd C(']Uflhifl inld i0IIl held attlwl' IIr F in finm(( C ity., tI the e$tiIIII fanHt lo(lrO ti it'lrthai Of rac moii noth. SijourPijne f" broth1e8 art chtirll " livittlt to atterndI. TI. 1T. 1IA IlNx lii. nnl Mr ; . 'I';Moore spent several di vs ifl I )iailltftd 1la(' weeatk. .TT1.N"T1)N is dlirectedl to the estray no ti~ of . .Wegner, iii aiiotlier eolII1Ii. ,JrrD;OE Onti who WVas OVQues iin MICgher, this week on legal busiuess, u 11 i rief JIOflN l.E~wiht l~athe dowti l Ioni (hi11:itin ,jIls week to look a1It('P Iis herds~ oil S1titi -MARKS & 1k, s trrratsoN hihv c comllnonlevh1 ritaer· 31Anl;v erillg grain on their cont 'act at Camp JVi exteInll ihiaiuk: to I)iaiiiei Is cha n pioi1 .bird Ib ujter, .M. V, ]u.. (_;; iien,. i for a chdic fit of gron;e. t;.o)I1l I 1110 the nnt...

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. — 25 October 1877

LIVE STOCK. TE .SIGNS OF HEALTHIAN..TOCK. As an animal cannot inform us of its be ing well or ill by means of language, and as certain signs presented by the external sur face of the body, by the various processes of life, and by the anlimal's behavior, consti tute the only ,indications of health or dis ease, a ditigent study and a close observa tion of animal life under di'erenteircum stances.and surroundings, or while the va rious organs of the aninal body--each in its proper sphere andaelation, have an occasion to .exercise their :functions, constitute the only .thing %which enables us .to 6decide whether an auimal enjoys full health or not. These observations, therefore, must be made.eotdoors and indoors, in the pasture and in the -stable, while the .animal its con sumi*ig its food and while the same is at work, ahlle-at'rest and while eedited, etc. An experie aed obseiwer will hius be able to.discouer deviations from a perfect state of health, before any plain Wymptoms of dis e...

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. — 25 October 1877

THE LAST IIYMNY. ¶ic .5,mhath day was ending in a village by the sea, a Shý' uttered boned ictiotn touched the people tenderly, .l11 they rose to fiace te sunset in the glowing, lighted west, nel tl:c iltcncd to their dwellings for God's [ "lecl.el boon of rest. li:t they looked across the waters, and a storm was ragilgi there: A fierce spirit moved above thenm-the first wild of i the air- e Annd it lashed, and shook, and tore them, till they j thundered, groaned and boomed, .nd, alas! fir any vessel in their yawning gulfs cLtooubed. Very anxious were the people on that rocky coast of Wales, ]est the dawns of coming morrows shotdd be tell ing awful tales, When the sea had spent its passion, and should east upon the shore: lit; of wreck. and swollen victims, as it had done heretofore. With the rough winds blowing'round( her, a brave wolman strained her eyes, And shlle saw along the billows a large vessel fall Iand rise. Oh! it did not need a prophet to tell what the end miust be, F'o...

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. — 25 October 1877

PATRONS OF IIIANDRY. Tilus season for instructive and interesting Grange meetings has arrived. So worthy object is ever attained without exertion. No club, order or institution can be sustained without the active co-operation .of its individual members. Those who feel .the necessity or desirability of greater trfteadth of knowledge and experiencle will ,be the most earnest in their acquisition. WE have never known union stores, co *operative stores.car grange stores conducted *on the credit principle to be successful. What is everybody's business finally proves to'be nobedy's business, and failure is the result. Let every grange determine in or *derithg goods to first collect the money, buy the goods for cash and distribute the same to purchasers at once on arrival. In this way co-operative purchases may prove a benefit to the participants. Avoid the shoals of credit on which so many concerns, full of ,hope and sanguine of success, have been wrecked. A live Patron is one who is full...

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. — 25 October 1877

[Collufdced from aecond page.] I:ri.. n1..r thie river, and made a vieitto the lit oUJuin Mlli. Gethins. Hie is one of the tlrAt 5etlers'of this section and is far aheand Slhi; ncighbor. in the improvement of his ,i,nl. Iin hi~ garden I noticed a variety of al fruits. 'The strawberries which were ,,;t done ripeuilng, were tempting and dirlicio ?,n Aiesi s farming he is elgaged iil,*ckli-raisilg :andll dairying. lie markets hip buttcr Io( reg Iar Custome1r5s in B1ozemlI an ,s 1 l 'ort Ellis. I next called at Z. Sayles, proprietor o te ]inictial ,a w-mill and lumber stock of is sectIIon. -His boom anid yard was ftll of tig.., ~fl1 he was busy fillingl bills for, G. D. hmas' new tlotritng mlU:, and the new ;,oZienlial school house. A. short: dii:ta1n below the mill I crossed C:,stlolootd creek.and passed over a low I,ble l.nd, in sigh t of the splendid farms w, lel by'fThomnas Garlick and G. W. Krat-. .ir. T'hese gentlemen are the owners of a w ~,t.,;tell th.resher aid are loihng a lar...

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. — 25 October 1877

SMISCELLlANEOU1. SIGNOR I.qNAZIO'8 "F'LYING MAN." Signor Capretti Ignazio, of Milan, has re cently added to the list ot avatars. with which attempts have been, made to navigate the air, an apparatits which he designates the "Flying Man." Like his predecessors, he has chosen the wings and tall of a bird as models for his machine. Each wing is coiu posed of sixteen pieces of cane, which are connected by sets of movable fans. .The tail resembles a section of an nmbrella. The canes in the wings are adjusted to a shell working on a universal joint, whic iu turn is attached to a framework that is strapped to the.body. At the furthest stretch of the arm is a band ring, to which are boudd sticks of cane connected with the larger ones on which the fan moves. There is also strapped upon the back of thd wearer a large folded bag, which, by a simple move ment, can be converted into a sort of para chute in case any portion of the flying gear gets. out of order. By the arrangement of a large numb...

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