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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 1 November 1877

OCKY MOUN TAI UHSBANDMAN KRa ýA A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, ive-stock, Rome Ieadlng, and general Xews. r S L COP YOL. 2. DIAM OND C.ITY, M. T., N~VEXMBElI 1, 1877. NO. 50. R. N SUTHERLIN, t1:)I 0 AND PR[IP IE't Rt . .[o rAtIN hUIANT, )MAN is digr,: Vlhi( , fil 1n+: ii. ,, :1, hI.m',b'ndti] ,an i. eve'L' S c. l, i )'mbrae' it i its ot I;) n .. ever; [';1 A.)t 1 r'\" ulttture , Stock-r1'inikng. , H[olti t JSIIING RiIA TES. M." A" $j I 7 0 j 11 20 $3.I s s l , 7 1 50 1 02 15 , 4 ) ·('1 1 12 10 11 21 4; ( I :a; 4.') 5t 1210 20 aver t% oi t prbe *il advance. i, C ,+ l'"itlt pt ahto ;ii z Itrtl O ", , , e' ni, ent, p Iabh j 1;if o ry. 1.:p col. adde1d for .spec.+l aIdvertis;e. URICIULT:IURAL S; reul :of experiments made coiivi.Iie ke tie best cabbage grown ini Montana roul the trtisplanting of the old 1, 'IT suec'.sfully grow cabbalge in this l,sierare Should be taken to cut off the :Icloe up, leaving the stubs of a tfew hn:cs on the stalk. To keep the a~! roots through the winter, ...

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. — 1 November 1877

RoH y Mo0ntaln HnsUanamali, R. N. SUTHIERLIN, Editor. TIIHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1877. GEN. SHERMAN, in speaking of the N. P. I. I. in his letter, says: "ifdo not know of a single enterprise in which the-United State is more ilterested than in the exten siou of the N. P. R. R. . from.its present ter minus at Bismarek to the month of Powder fiver on the Yellowstone." A CONTROLLING interest in the Utah Northern R. R. has recently been purchased by Jay Gould & Co., and if we may rely upon the statements of the Salt Lake Herald the road is to be built as far as Fort Hall this season. Ties and iron for 25 miles of this extension are said to be on the ground, and the route is being surveyed for perman cuit location, and contracts for grading are to be let at once. . ... . ...... b~ d-- . +l i + - .. .. .. .. Tim, granting of an extension of time to the Northern I'acific R. 11.. Co. on their land grant, and an exchange of guaranteed bonds is lieu thereof, is the subject of most impor Pati...

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. — 1 November 1877

LOCAL NEWS. 1'l+. I. Ii-. " :'O."I':1, 1'l I t Cf U ,IfY LODGE .No. 7, A. F. and A. M l"~ :r.;·]: Lii- i lir ollt'!( i it i i:11, -,! j It- tonid :.1!' f rth t~~~ ";r ":litl niteoh t> limingr 11\ " l ,j :'Ij\ lii.1'1jl : :lt 1 " I I jt. dii~ ~il':ý" il i'1 ')j`. r ii+ S 10' ' )itO 1a liiona t. Ire kit '1,d' i1ilir' l~1:)110 S11t. ill slC (l i'i ~ ;it ·(·lit-l, yro'\; his [d) l i th i fil , t . *E~iil.. :I a i'\\'v weeks 'I " ~ In-~~were over to II~:lli !'! VJr ~ , t,!1ý \1 '.'E'li tilt ýou e1ilc):! S· 11 B. lB'' 'N '\}I:' \\'ti1` iii .I)i~iinond1 E lyt: I ! 1 c',1i.'':t'' 111 5 lItJII\IIIg icr thca' 1 II t1'\\' (i ''.i( 6 llip' ht'.,I doii(1p 1~I - P'olicr 0'10 'CI' of i'Jon Uf i ru iox than they i t oytit, no_1 a th'tint tle, pat wei et ;t '1i(id t'. 1i. !fr'aiid till]( 1:3 an1tici 1 I n 'f i, 'a hic ticlkots i .rE~1ý toithe White tti~Jlj)urt;1?tring , Jln ' (1i:' (It ti0( line. (u. ;S hx'u the v oting anda Ppoular 1;?' !i ti aid~ . is vii hi u Cantonl latit V;ý,iir" We me ii if...

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. — 1 November 1877

ORIGINATING BREEDS. At a late meeting of the American Insti 1u'e Farmcrs' Clubs, as reported in thc New York World, a paper on the originating of breeds of hogs as follows: Breeders of stock know well that animals not only bring forth young after their kind, but prop -.gate peculianities of individual torm and developmenlt of peculiar parts in individu als. In sparsely settled countries, a large portion of which is covered with forests, in w'hich hogs can live almost entirely upon natural products, large, active herds, re- quiriungrtto or three years to nmature.are us itally preferred, as the expense of keeping is small, and these breeds continue healthy, and grow upon a scant supply of food. As the countries become settled, and the for sts are cleared, smaller, more compact, less active and earuly maturing breeds be come a desideratum, since their food must eonsist mainly of artiticial, and hence costly products of agriculture. The old English t~og wax large, narrow and long legged...

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. — 1 November 1877

L1-l I vi * 0 t~r-' 1 'i) ;"i ' tic i r'} t' r' c:. I., I ,I I III: i n *i , a nl e , r i ll t. },1101 . d d iil io. : 'IL d 3d ias cli a of t i O v.1 11 , wi'rh: oti' r I hilt t.,'! t;, , "!:' 9 Cl tis }):1:. k:) 1 .,.,L e ,nr , Alld.I f 1's` 1:0 i lO . "i di Y r0li..iL; l w Ti1 I 1, in f.1' I ' cll n.tl MWC l ule ; ilt0 ie , iii- ) ('e tti :, i giloatg- h yoo,". Let."11 l: l, 1 11 2 1 elll \ It gloll 1 (ILil IC- YOU f I.L yoturt.' i rn g; .t 1111h ei'l 1.1 1 lC Rat :S . # i G cn yiU l eii o f .l dl~n cc·r Is nil gre tii IlilC Of V ' f L i ;i(1 kin ;)n)~~lt~ h; Ih~u (1111 teul C 1 1 n' I L 1 t 0001e ,;rIl th y Lym :sa 1rlI OILII f~1i o~n~ ldlol elnsl, u\ol, I 4 ( i lit j I i ' " ·rl I ll lICL td .I;( ld io (:1 f no l Ant',I i'L I ; If: C oL c I aond dl lt t i I OO i.,', I hiave ll pei Lhr}o-1 - IIII V g'] tiltllf qt (Lj\* iOnlt the anhii iL d h l') great., nn .e io k~ilrli Cvl'yhl' bielh ~ddklwci th llunticaif . ley k'.IiP, F.re: ýt1". :;:lth, tyhc u , to[i' Y U ndyo!'0!ght ci1po.v...

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. — 1 November 1877

KKELENA PRODUCE MAIREla iT. HEL', A, )ltobcr 9, 1'77. .lnce our 1a5At g(lPt'ttiOi)' the uiarkec~ hate beeu somnewhat fluctulating. somne cominiodities have decli;c } a trdeifl, and 0t:1 'rs have advanc(edl. 'l'ikn altosthee' i, nllarked i )pI'ovelllnet. Flour is TrTrni withl an u:wdl.:iltr teeden y. tats :ie < 1 [U (11 anid prices 1 1tý1.'. '`i~, chlt;' i hart anil the demlan'.I-bt'iJ. The' IM",0 JO are the ru ii nf figures on tht' tise I c'.' o 'f 11t)7', in good (1 mnd, at 1.~59. 3 Oats, light, $.231.4; lit vy ' (. .J3ark'y, `;'3.00f3n2'.25. T'h'ea t. :p 0 Bran atndL shorts: $)1t.75. Butter, rlaldy halie tat 50. (Irr Ie tt~c~j t:> ý L t.O ;; pt~ lr doe.ifl 1.oaos t18( ertn Al.5 Wae S O I )' per ct. folulO fililet, x;1.00. 1i:-1 I 0('a at per 1i %~ oodj 7( 1) 1)o t' ; 4'( if._.__- - i~ATROS OF .iSBANKL'Y. txlii t45 t11 On' it" the 1C1'.iic s8 1(0).1 1) t l'Xi:'ts t~illt)1:!'' hunters. E'Us _'1 ' 2?oti pre~t'rye it itf you a qdtid have o tl bi ilt t 1't It et 7P~'1i0ui l~jure ...

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. — 1 November 1877

[i7A'ltiCIU1d fro ;ir. second1 penig. 1rfT" ('it)' has inlde rapidl puogrls il iI~Uit~tUcteitir the pa4,G isin e.r. A. it m li.,*o ti, b c nil sone buildings having tIt,U0! Cl(C:ti:d [I x, inost valuabjle improve- I S[li hi~ e is hlie new tiro-sto'e" brick is .j" l)hI~l f1 t' tc 'ýi'.. Aut1i'bac1 &C I~ever ,11 , I jtf (f I11C~ tl'ltll: :!1.1lt1\Vllltj~ed nd I'11 1;" I, i. LiiiC:'i3J i1. 'lir I ii oiit~e, tinider the j,;!r: i;2I; ýiii .1I7ittt, w1'JiniId be a crediti to 4 r· iii Li. The cuiing down of 1 ,: of ;; 7 01e toLi Ii . tor p , 1it (I' till lie. tP'iu 1ii( toon, 'nii i t.d `lii[ltie on f tilt; coline to 'f';;, iM4 l i s e blowi g 011 1 7& CO iI ili,;l.~ iuniiber of1 pj ii'is' iii.* I N'8S inl I.t1 i+, iftt ti:.' i!iail~l)ýtlf f'-:S of the ('oiiipai tlIf ;l:ýit)iiiL l) ii. ,14: t< 0It10i 'lii', National 11(;ilj opoaion ef'iiiol di Ot [leiru earI'iiiig's, jili 7t ý t .!s 41(11)(=+ i 1:4 Lii t 1\~ I "M y be' re-1 n' ' i ii iIL)U.e S ten 01e Cib.Ii.l t'!( , Oit. 20, 1,...

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. — 1 November 1877

IISCELLANEOUS. THE VELOCITY OF LIGHT. M. Fizeau, whose name as an investigat or of lihght is well known in the photograph Ic world, has been followed up in his re searches, it seems, M;: A. Cornu, so tar as the determination of its velocity is concern ed. M. Fizeau has made the subject of light quito his own, and in the early dlays of daguerreotype, he did miuch toward iam pr.ving and elaborating the process. He it was who first of'nll distinctly comprehend ed the fact that so long as only one image could be secured by the daguerreotype pro cess, the application of the latter must be very limited. It was his endeavor, atter an image had been once ,secured, to produce therefrom other duplicate images--a prob term which Fox Talbot had already solved in his process, which permitted of the pro duction of negatives instead of positives. Vizeau's daguerreotype engraving process, by which he sought to convert the daguer rootype p.lhte into a printing block, from which im~pressions might 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. — 8 November 1877

ROCKY M OUNTAIN HU1SBANDMAN . AN.00 . A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Beading, and General News. CO - -----------CITY, . . NOVEMBER 8,----1877. NO. 510. V').2. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., NOVE.MBER 8, 1877. NO. 51. __nnu.~m7~~I~·sP~lla~~~ Iun nunumu nmI u ýý~ Jlll;l1EKK-L BY N` . SUTHCOE~p N 1RNSLJTH ER LIN, jIJ)i1i7J' D A ND PROPRI 1iYi'Qo r1 ý [ il,:K .J)F' iA! 1TVl;4RANlM AN N~ (lesiL~nfle ýý a fllk"Ii '' 11~it'wt'i 1 ila h'i !lhiidna !i. 4¶.Cry Fljtlll B· 511 i:iCl lll 'liý t'Ii 1 i 1ýIiI ~ r -- C S I rrr10' 8 $. iO $jq, k:i $ ;$$ 52,4 10Ith~ .I H :Ii 12 1.' 9 40, 1 15 1 21, 46 o z 60 ti1 1 *il '( '0' 120 lm,~lj Ih I 3 41 b" 65 20 1200 f,, 'tillo I. I j 105 1 180 2150 Sivrenty-Dce per tcuit. toit le o tfo vpcca,;.l I ertiee ýIiiGIILTTJRAL._ MANY of our farmers are in thle habit, at li sca.on of the year. of galtheringl tIheir .t k from the fBlot huills. andl turning herm tl:) their e(nclolur'll. They do not seem to a (ke into o)nsideOttioe foir a lloi(ent 1he Il1re o...

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. — 8 November 1877

l y MOuntain Husbandman. R. N. SUTHEIRLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER $, 1577. THE prospect of railroad cornmmunation with the rest of the world does not seem so remote at present as it did a short time since. We understand that one of the c:nditions of Jay Gould & Co.'s purchase of the Utah Northern is to push its northern terminus as "far as Snake river next year. A portion of the road is to be built this winter, contracts for grading having already been let. We never expect to see the bulk of Montana freights pass over this road, but it will be a matter of great convenience during the fall and winter season. It will expedite the transportation of mails and express matter, and facilitate travel very materially, and, upon the whole, be of grcat benefit to the country. The objective point on Snake riv er, we believe, has not been named, but it will perhaps be within 100 miles of our southern settlements, which interval can soon be built should the campany so decide. THE Indian q...

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. — 8 November 1877

-~C2----- LCAL NEWS. " p'I--.-t --o., No. 14 South Commercial pu L'Ei1i' are our authorized agents to tIran t s, contract for advcrtising, and.to -s CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. X c. Stet Communications held at thcir Ihall, S .tate -City on the second and fourth Saturmll s of each month. Sojourning Sturoths re cordiallv invited to attend. \r h Vf) 13 BUTTERFIELD, W. M. I .lJ{ p ie' --' sOPn L BASEY, of Avalanch, are doing cl11l. - Tn `Wite Sulphur Springs is still throng e 'ith vii, tors. Sori Coio., of Avalanch, are getting food prospcct.. PIu. 'ARliS1tY is building sheep sheds, srr, etc., for winter. ---rr-- - ----- pa. D. A. McI)OSNLL is sojourning in ilena for a brief period. (i A. 1hM rroN has quit work on his raIs-root diggings for the season. Now is the time to do fall plowing. The ieather was never more favorable. Otn rustling Sheriff, T. J. Fleming, has ,jn nnnsually busy for some weeks past. T. 0. lROCTOR returned Irom Helena this week with a load of supplies for his ran...

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. — 8 November 1877

LIVE TOCX. --CI-..am,. .. .............-- WALEING IMlRBB. If we were looking for a pair of ,'ork horses or a pair of oxen, one of the first things we shliofid inquire about, world be their speed-not how fast they could run or trot, but how :fast they could -walk. There has been, of.ilate years, great atteition paid to the breeding of horses for speed. A Lfew years ago 2.40 for a toetter was thought e - cellent time. It tooaK but a little judiiious trahinn.g to .Iring the time int b'the twenties, and when it was announceds that 1erter had trotted a mile in 2.171, a great many shook beads doubtingly, and wondered if the lime was correctly taiien, if so, whether thetrack was not a little short. That was some years ego. Simee that time, seconds have drop ped off aoe after anether, until " Goldsmith Maid" did her mile in the unprecedentedly small time of 2.14. Whether a horse will ever trot a mile more quickly, remains to be seen. Thousands of dollars and years of time have been expended...

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. — 8 November 1877

-S THRE ChAPTEiRS' rs-t a1d g.ay mill and babbling brook, 1','at ,(r-)tdlhind s.eeit with tonIt, pt reeds banw an I 5heltercrCl rook, Tiey drified slow along; A.d l they heard not the Nong of tie bird or anre:rm, l'lhey aws not the sky w..~ blue; lt all that was bright in the morning light, 'a.hv kcewt-they knew. II.-NOON. Tirotigh r:l.ny ,as hazy mist of enro. Throtgh nooin-,uay toil well borne, 'hr,'ugi gltadsome joys that both might share, .hey drifted sihc( tithe morn; Anld they llvdeo.d r;ot hIke bribr. and thorns ..l weed' that r)ound them grew; .at hit had in hand they still might stand, ,,e; }klw-thtey knew. Ill.-NIG! T. rlorugh landi, aglow with sunset. bright, 'Through valec, oif tileS aid tears, Tire" P',, ,rl-their sc:nt locks gleaming w'hite Witlh the whiteness f the y"ears. mtd they hIededl not the Ieaper's tread, Nor felt that the night-wind blew; .tt that halnd in hland they still might stand, .'nec knew--they knew. INTERRUPTED TABLE TALK. The other veunin" the Rev. ...

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. — 8 November 1877

'IELE.NA PRODUCE MARKET. HELENA, October 29, 1177. Flour, in good demand, at $4.25@450. Oats, light, $2.25@2.40; heavy, $2.50@ 92.60 Bdarley, $2.00@2.25. .Wheat, s2.25. •Bran and Shorts. $1.75. "Butter, ready sale at 50c. Eags,'60c. ,Zi' kens, $6.00 per doz. . tatoes, $18.00 per ton. abbage, $1.50 per awt. Beef, net, $4.00. ~'ish, 20a)25c. per lb. ,Iay. $10@12 per ton. Wood. $7.00 par cord. PATRONS OF I BANDRY. As will be seen from our Worthy Secre 'try's notice, Bro. J. R.. Hanan, of Prickly Pear Grange, has been appointcd Lecturer of the Territorial Grange, in the plaoe of B. ;F. Harvey, resigned. Bro. Hanan is a high ly educated and wide-awake gentleman, a thorough-going Patron, and we 'believe will prove the right man in the right place. We .rse informed by the Secretary that it is Bro. fanan's intention to start on a tour of the Territory in a short time. Ile wiU visit cv ery Grango in Montana, and we trust the Patrons will turn out en masse and give film a hearing, for we are ...

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. — 8 November 1877

MINING DECISION. ] fTl,.: (,"n"mis.siocr of the General. Land ttIiE hay Irenderetd a decision of importance 'nerri',i a (crtain annual expenditure oni Sniinrg cl;~ai. Cjrnminssioner William- 1 ,1 l.' that the first annual expend(iture 111,i1 uluaim located prior to May 19, 1S72, rhI1d have bewe nmade by the 1st of Janu :;,. 1875, and the second by January 1st, 6; also that the first aninual expenditure ou ; clim locatedl Sinct M:y 1872, should Sbecfn or Mst be madle within one year ;,ol thc ,late of discovers and location, and ihtt the amount required by the local min i~glaw on r.gla~ti(ns to be expended be 1r"e a record o1 such losses cani be i(made ay qapply upon the tirst annual expendit .tre on claimti thus bold, if the other provis sus of tCh e complied with. The sec ,,nd year cora:mences immcdiately on the ex l,iration of the first. and the required ex 1pditure may be made lt any time iduring TUIK0.RUO IAN WIAR. 1o.~D1o-, Novcmel)cr 2.-A special from gagot:, about eight miles ...

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. — 8 November 1877

MISCELLANEOUS. THE LONGEST RIVERS IN THE WORLD. The following are the largest rivers, with their extent :_ The Amazon, in South Amer ira, falls tro'p tlih Aqdes thro;ugh a cotuse. of 2,600 miles; the Mississippi. f.olu the Stony Mountains, runs 2,680 miles;, I.a Plata, from the Andes, 2,215 miijca; the Ioangho, in. China, from the 'Jart rean chain of moutntains, is 3,200, r.p! s; the Yangtsge-kiang runs from the same moun tains, a i. is 3,000 miles lonlg; the Nile, from the Jihel Kumri mountains, courses 2,690 miles; the Euphrates, from Ararat, is 3,020. miles long;. the Volga, front the Val dais, is 2,100 mjles;. the Danube, from the Alps, is 1,770: miles in length; the Indus, trom the IIimalayas, is 1,,770 miles; the ganges runs fromr the samne source, and is 1,650 miles long; the Orinoco, from the An des, is 1,500 miles in length; the Niger, or Wharra, is 1,909 miles loig ; the Don, the Dueilper and the Senegal, are each over 1, 000 miles in length; the Rhine and. the Gambia are ...

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. — 15 November 1877

OCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN rPe .4r . A Journal Devoted to Agrlculttite, Live-atock, Home 1eadlng, and General nges. 1o 'PE VOL. 2. DIAMOND CITY,. M1. T., NOVEMBER 1$, 1877. NO. 52. UiBLSIIE) WIKEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, E D'I'Ol,.AND PROPRIETOR ie Roca'KY MouNTAIN IIUesANDMAN is designed be, s the nlame indicatels, a hu.ahlndnmarn tI every u fret the ternl, emliracing in its col. mns every )&artrnfct of Agriculturo, Stock-raiil-g, Horti Jtiure. Social and l)ome:stic Economy. ADVERTISING . RATES. 1 $2k $ 3 $ 11$ 1$ i 1 $ l20 8 30 1 eks 3 4 28 40 imonth 5 5 12 1, 19 21 40 00 ;'months 10 l6 241 30 % 142 80 120 imonths 1K 25 30( 45 54 6 1 120 200 Ptear 30 40 60 75 105 180 250 Transient advertisements parayl c in advance. ite~ular ,dvertisement. payable unarterly. Twenty-live per cent. added for specal. advertise gdnts. AGRICULTURAL. WIE cannot too persistently urge-the ne s.sity of tall plowing. Every farmer should endeavor to summer fallow his lands, but w'hen this cannot be done 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. — 15 November 1877

R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1877. THANKSGIVING DAY. By the Governor-A Proclamation. Another year speeds into the eternal past. It has been to Montana one of prosperity. Toil has had recompense, and plenty fills the land. Neither pestilence,. nor want, nor calamity have shadowed our hearts, and al though dangers menaced and the evil day seemed nigh when our valleys would. be the scene of desolation, the Father,. who doeth all things well, wonderfully protected our our homes and people, and gave our enemies unto destruction. It is eminently fitting that we who remain the living witnesses of God's goodness to us as a people should again assemble, give thanks to- the Great Ruler who has so sheltered us,~ and invoke His continued' care and guidance. In con formity to the day designated by the Presi dent of the United States, I do therefore recommend that Thursday, the 29th day of November, 1877, be observed by the people of Montana as a day of thanksgiving, prayer and...

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. — 15 November 1877

LOCAL NEWS. tWx. 4T. ,c1.U & Co., No. 14 South Commercial -',, St. L(ouis, are our authorized agents to tran t ,all Ib-incs, contract for advertliing, and to -ceire ý tl.;sl-- rj p.on--. IllAXOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. 9 Stated Communications held at their Hall, in I)iaumond City, on the second and foHrth saturrl:ys of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. 1)AVID) BUTTEItFIELD, W. An. If. II. lARtNes, Sec'y. TI'. County Recorder's office is undergo illg repair-s._ Mas. . I 11. TRAIN, of Helena, is visiting friends in D)iamond. Tnr Keating &. Blacker quartz inill, near Itadersburg, is now in operation. MARn. 1RD[UES, onie of our Missouri river ferrymen. was in town a few days since. A I.1STf of the heavy tax-payers of Meagher ctunty will appear in our next week's paper. I'RANK EuLIS, of the tar-famed Cream r:anlch, showed his face on our streets a few days a o. T'I': brewer's kettle is being reset, and .I*r. tantmspeek will have a fresh supp...

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. — 15 November 1877

LIVE STOCK. PREVENTION OF ANIMAL DISEASE. ,The NewYork Times takes up the sub j~ct of the prevention of disease in animals. : and gives some valuable hints worthy of the attention pftall live stock owners. After al Inding to the wide damage caused by dis . ease, the article says: There is no;doubt that the losses of sheep, -swine and cattle, that might be prevented 'by proper precautions and care, amount to ..ne-tifth of the whole value of these classes Of stock. One hundred million of dollars yearly would not more than cover these ,iosses. The greatest misfortune is that ;much disease is spread by infection and con Saglon among herds and flocks that would ,otherwise escape. 4, iimals are subject to ,ll the dangerous influences which effect the ;health of human beings. Miasma, malaria, ..exposure to sudden and severe changes of .emperature; the consumption of innutri tiousor indigestible food or impure water; averfeeding, underfeeding, or irregular feed ..u onily to offer suggestion...

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