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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 10 January 1878

O0 CKY MOUNTAIN IUSBANDMAN PER ANNUM. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Llve-stock, Rome Reading, and General News. R : 8 L COY. VOL. 3. .DIAMOND CITY, M. T., JANUARY 10, '78. NO. 8. • ) iL:iI!.SD WE.EKL.Y BY R. H. SUTHERLI N, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR The ~f,,.rY bMou-TMIu .'SBAN'DMAN" is designed S, be, as t.oe n:,mC ldiOtLte,, a hubshbndnman ;i every ,,13aof O1'l term, embracing in its col'.mns every d;:tartmnct rif Agrialcure, Stook-rini:.g, Horti ~,iau're. s,.i:l and oornmetio Economy. .)ADVERTlIINGTS' RATES. k $$ 2 1 3 $ 20 $30 eck's 3 4 710 15 28 40 iaon!Mn I5 1 15 19 21, 40 60 3mtrntht 10 16 21 30- ' 3 ' 80' 120 6 nonth 1 4s 3 45 65 120 2001 Syear 30 40 60 75 90 105 180, 250 s;i't*,tI 'idv-a:'-,isemoilts pavatt e in advance. Rerlnar ilvertio:ements payahblo ,u: terly. 'rTwenty-ive per cent. added for spec.:.l advertise. ilen irt. c - -- -_ .... ..... . .. .. .. ArRI[CILTIII1AL. PEN NOTES ABOUT THE FA4M. FIsc t.va. The first needed improvement that sug gests itself as I start upo...

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. — 10 January 1878

Rocky Moluntail lnsbanldman. E. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY. JANUARY 10, 1878. THs navigation of the Yellowstone river is no longer a matter of question, the opera tion of boats the, past season having elearly demonstrated that its eunrent can be stem uied, and has inspired steamboat men and shippers with a confidence which, warrants a flrther test. We have. it fromt good au thority that a line of steamers will ply upon this stream the coming sumnuner,. connectiag with land transportation, which, will deliver goods to various points in the Territory. Like the upper Missouri, it has required .years to thoroughly demonstrate the practi cability of navigating this river. The first attempts, though not a total failure, were, to say the least, very disheartening. Ln 1875 the steamer Josephine, under employ of the government, surveyed the river to a point now called Coulson, 8 miles above Baker's battle ground, and pronounced navigation entirely feasible to this point, but it was not u...

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. — 10 January 1878

LOCAL NEWS. W.M. P~cs& Co., No. 14 South Commercial 1 treet, St. Louis, are our authorized agents to tran .ct all bujines., contract for advertsing, and to 1 ,eceive sbscriptio~ns. ,DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M I Stated Communications held at their Hall, in Diamond City, on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. LEOPOLD MARKS, W. M.' GILBwrT ýECKEm, .eCretarly. BAY Witndows are safe harbors at night I ,for little smacks. MIRS. KiNT, of the White Sulphur Springs, spent a &-w days ' Diamond the past week. WM. IKCFAaLANs acco:npanied his brother Lin and Col. DeLacy to the East side this week. Tan HuSBANDMAN received a pleasant New Year's call from Mrs. Kent, Mrs. Brasscy and Miss Arvie Smith. Mas. FIITZ, of Cave gulch, who has been upon a visit to Mrs. G. A. Hampton for some days, returned this week. C. N. PONDSTONE, of Grand Bridge, Ill., has invented a patent " safety clevis" which in appearance seems to...

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. — 10 January 1878

LIVE STOCK. BREEDINGI PAPEER. Crossing. Grossing is a term :lpplied to the Union of tvo dissimilar atimruals, . :hich nuay Ieldnag to dfferent breeds or on1ly to diflerent straiuna of the saue breed. The more comn plicJtled the aptitudes ,or the ftlunctions which make up the al)titudes, the les. vio tent a cross is indicated or even admi.ssable; thus, successfl cros.-es with trotter.s or runners are genterally limited to a union of two strains. while witlh swine two )breels are often crossed without injury to tthe apti tude of the offspripg. In former art t les I have called attention to the fact that crossedl idihnals (lid tnot always produce.offlspring hillichll were n anediurn bet w, en the parents. buit that; on the contrary, tiese might re seinible either parent aline and in soime .'ases neither of them. I have also insistedi at such 4engpth on the jjhysiological princi p-Ies involved that I slhall coitine mysnelf i, this paper iQort exclusively to ,practical matters. ;Crossing...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 10 January 1878

PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. sigh for the past, and glance across The waste of years, and mourn the loss, )lourn for that which thou shalt see Blot the page of memory. All the hopes of early years, All the brightest dreams of youth, Felt the chill of doubts and fears In the steruness of the truth. In the present nobly act; Life's a stern, undoubted fact; lMan is weak, but mind sj strong, Right must ever conquer wrong. Work with faith and work in love, stout of heart and true as steel; Put your trust in God above, Put your shoulder to the wheel. In the future, without fear, Hope ftr that which seemoth near, And in hoping labor still With a purpole and a will. Thus, in spite of doubts and fears, You may realize in truth All the hopes of early years, All the brightest dreams of youth. - Dirio Rural. TilE HOIIE HBLE. DID HE TELL . LIE ; A good story is told of a ship owner of Liverpool, whichi will bear repeating. Iur merchant was a Quaker, and prided himself upon his honesty. He would not...

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. — 10 January 1878

u.eLENA PRDU1) MARaI E*T. HatLA°, De&nber St 1877. Floutr, $4.50; choice, $4.80; Oats. $2.25@250. Barley, $2.22.50. Wheat, ,2.00t2.20. Bran and Shorts, $1.75. Butter, 50®75c. Eggs, 60c. .hickens, $6.00 per doz. P'otatoes, $20.00@25.00 per ton. Onions, $3.00 per cwt. Beef, net, $4.00. Fish. 20(@)25c. per lb Hay. $1ul'2 per ton. Wood, $7.00 per cord. Turkeys, $3.0.,.00(v·!01.. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. At the regular meeting of Prickly Pear Grange, Dec. 22, the following oQflcr,.were elected for the ensuing year,: W. M.--L'. WVilox. W. O.-"-Q. C. Stubbs. W. L.-Q. Riggs. W. S.-A. McMillin. W.. A. S.-E. Jones. W. C--E. E. Bywaters. W. T.-G. Benedict. V. SeC'y..-,N. G. B3ryso3 . W. GG.K.-S. T. Clark. Ceres.-Mrs. T. Wilcox. Pornon.--rll. G. Riggs. 'Flora.-Miss Fannie Jones. .,. A. S.-Mrs. E. E. Bywaters. SOGRAND TIME A:T TWIN BRIDGES. -DITOR HUSBANDMAN: The morning of Dec. 29 looked very gloomy and stormy, the snow fell slowly \md'the "heavens looked as if they were ready to give way and ...

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. — 10 January 1878

TURKO 3UBSSIAW WA.II iomvo,, ,Januaary 3.--From letters writ cn by Lady Strangford, superintending the o0spitals at Sofa, it would appear that the t'urks had determined not to attempt to ilkd the place. Lady Strongford writes hat she will remain, and believes that she 11 be able to continue her duties without iaterruptlon or annoyance. The Turkish irrses have agreed to stay. What was eared was disorder in the town. but the Turks have gone away quietly, and there's not the slightest panic or trouble. The town will be taken without resistance. This evincides with the information from the Turkish side about the mdvements of their orces. All the garrisons in exposed be vond Sofia have been gradually withdrawn and concentrated at IkhtimlOn. The forces at IKamarli have b'en surprised and endan gored by the Russian flank movement upon 'rashesen, but succeeded in escaping to Sla titza. after a hard fight, from which place it can reach Ikhtiman by Topoluitta valley. It is not believed that G...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 10 January 1878

IISCELLANEOUS. WHAT THE TELEPHONE HEARD. A corre.spanident writing to the Scientfic American from Kiligstoli. N. Y., rellates the tollowiing remriarkable i(telephone experience: A pIromini.lut dtrug fnll h1vi: g a sto re iin each elll of this city, ,.i. lvtwo ,iiles apar:t. have re.'.rily, cst;i li] i i. I .I tel, )ephcl >ic ('oil . nection. al.d h v\'e niiw ill ,i,!i'v l-e a. ol e ,of IBell's eitele)ho.ie-i, whilch ~etlil to wvork zadulirablly. 'They i rev I. wll , ilen-ed with the new colnl) ni .itr tihat, thie o01( syvtelli of telegraphly heretotore iii use Ii:as been en tirely discarded. But the purpose of this note more especially is to il!forlni. you of Ihe snguular frea,1, or w.oi(lerihil power andl ca pacity of thii.little tolellphonle. exhibited here a few weeks since. An accurate and expe rienced Morse sollund reader chanced to be il the down town store of the above firm, and while having the telephone to his ear heard what he thought to be the clicking of an in strulen...

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. — 17 January 1878

It 0CKY MOUNTAIN HTUSBANDMAN 010 .Ct .. X41' q . A~JdJ £ulrnal Devoted t Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Heading, and General News. PER1 SNG OPY. VOL. 8. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., JANUARY 17, '78. NO. 9. _3rUBI1LISlD WEEK.LY BY R. N. SlT H.ERLIN, E)D ITO R AND PROPRIETOR the IocIIt Mo.o.NTAux IIUSBANDMAN is designed ,- tO, a. tair I1audl itlllic Ltt3, a hu )ht i udmar_ Lt. (cvery S4'of tt te0 i'I, eimira(cing L i its Colimn,8s every . -et 11 f A4c lioratur.o Stock-rdi:.g, Horti 4tl'tre. Si:tl an0 Domeotic Eoo Inomi. ---- I) VEIRTTISNG RATES. ... k . 2..----- ` 3 , t . $ 11 $20 $30 ,- I 1 191 21, - 40 GO ,trh 10 16 241 30 .; 4 80 120 Iyear 31 40o 6, 75 00r 105 l 1801 M'0 i '1 ttipenIt pal-I'IV IIIn advance. Itol ;.l iitorti.seme5nt± pavyshlo ,ul:ti terly. Twe+ty-tivc per cont. added for spec. I. advertise. A(RRI(CULTIR AL. PEN NOTES ABOUT THE FARM. FARM GATES. Last week we bhilt the fence, but there is ~till somlcthing wanting to encldoe the :ri.m in lpro-tr shape. The feiee alone is tot co...

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. — 17 January 1878

Rocb ountain Husbandman. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, t878. WE learn from the Mfissoulian. of the 4th. that the people of Bitter Root have at last taken ste)ps towards building a wagon road out at the head of the Bitter Root river to wards B;Iannek. and that lloh. W. E. Bass and P. M. Latnuntain are circulating a sub scription for tihe purpose of raising luals for this work. We have been an earnest aI Voente of this route from the hegitntinl.g, and ,,till look upon it as tile Inst impol)rtant wagon road at pre-e.t neMeded in Montanm. ,It 1s not onily essential for the purpose of opening up a fine exten-ive district of conn try to prospeelort 1111(1 stock men, bilt it opens to the Bitter Root vallev a nearer and abetter market than is afforded at present in, Deer Lodge county, will prevent the pro ducts of Bitter Root entter:inig into competi tion with those of the fallners of the I)eer todge valley, and tlhereby the agricultlural interests of each section will be g...

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. — 17 January 1878

"-- | i.OCA.L \NE W6S. N 1 J. P lcu l & Co., No. 14 South Commercial ýtei. St. Lruii, are our authorized .agents to t'aln ,t all bIsiile,e, contract for adver tising, and to II------- -"--- -- I DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M . Stated Communications held at their Hall, in Diamond City, on the second and fourth .Saturdays 'of ac:Lh month. Sojourning Ibrotlters are cordially invited to attend. LEOPOLD MARKS, W. MI. GLBi.RT ECKERl, Seeret'try. MIess SHANNON, of Cave gulch, has gone to Smlth river to reside. WVM. MYEttanICI and wife, of Canton, maade Diamond a short visit on Tuesdav last. ALIXANDICR SCOrT. of Canton. who has beel onl a visit to the Spring.s, made us a clsi yesterday. IIcUaH MORRow cnme over from his ranch on White Tail on Monday. IIe reports his hflok in a gool. healthy c·ondition. C. W. Cooic recently purcillaed a high grade bull calf of F. J. Keene & Bro.. of the Missouri valley. The price paid was $25. J. 0. IIussaY, Len Lewis and J.T. Moore, promin...

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. — 17 January 1878

LIVE STOCK. HEREFIORDS AND SHORTIOBNS. The follo{wing let ter from T. Duckham, of Bay}~uham Coiuri, Ross. England, to the ed itor of the Kentucky Live Stock Joue:nal, will explain itselt. ';[n your colum.n of the 20th ult.:you have given tile following extract fromn; Mr. Rogars' opening speech at the Adforton sale of Ilereford l cattle, " tive Hlerefords could be bred and fed at less cost than four Shorthornl'l." .Upon that rrmnlark you thus comment: "There is one statement in this estimate iot tiken nc4ice of by Mr. Rogers and his audience. The Shorthorn steer matures one year earlier tman the Hereford. At 3 the Hereford is only as ripe and as large ia the Shorthorn at two, ,if the two are allowed full and good pasturage." I imnagine that neither Mr. Rogers mipr his ,udielince ever heard iuch a statement, and therefore they could !mot take Ilotice of it. Y,ou further state that "1the Shorthorn gains a full year over the Hereford and, the Devon Inllder all circumlltances, and often ...

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. — 17 January 1878

,q-VFIRY CLOUD ITAS A SIV*Rr LIN ING." .,,Every cloud has a silver lining; " A rer the night the morn will come, 'Why should we sit forever pining, Why should our thoughts forever roam Into the dim, uncertain future, Wasting our precious youth away, Sighingeand weeping over gravestones; Wailing and wringing orr hands alway. Ifave it, all to the good God, trusting That il In Ills own good time Ioe'll bring Bird s aid blossoms, showers and sunshine, Fair and ,ealutiful summer and spring. That after the bitter tears we are shedding re wiped away and our hearts' wounds healed, The clouds of sorrow will surely be rifled, And the silver lining will be ievealed, Oh! God, the clouds are so dark and lowering, The silver lining so-hard to see; We have waited long for the gray of the morning; 'Ttied so to trust and leave all with Thee. Fell) us, oh! help us to trust the longer, Help uj to patient he to thke end; Help us to look for the bright, t0-morrow, Waiting Phy will, Almighty Friend -4Pac...

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. — 17 January 1878

VA'l'U8 U liF HUISBAMDRY. WE learn through a private lette i-froii our Territorial Secretary that the Pomona Grange recently organized at Twin Bridges will meet February 9th for the purpose of itstalling officers and transacting such other business as may he deemed necessary to promote the best interests of the Order. At a meeting of Ple asºant Valley Grange No. 25, Dec. 22. 1S77, the following officers were elected tor the ensuing year: SMaster-Z. D. Foster. Oyerseer--John Mow. 8tewart-A. Anderson. Assist:uat Stewart-F. K. Foster. Lecturer-John Smith. Treasurer-Jamnes Perkins. * Chaphin--M. L. L. Tuttle. Secr eteary-G. J. Wickham. Gate Keeper-C. S. Newkirk. Ceres-Emily Foster. Pomona--Sarah A. Newkirk. Flora-Hannah Perkins. Lady Assistant Stewart-Alice M. Reed. 'l T' following officers were installed by Madlisonu 'range, No. 22, January 5, to serve for the en.suing year : lXMaster--E. A. Maynard. Overseer-G. W. W. durns. Lecturer-A. W. Switzer. StLewat--C. B. Wigils. Assistant Stew...

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. — 17 January 1878

TURKORVUSBIAN WAR. ?ELs,.n.tADF, January l1.--Nisch surre. r,, r heI this Iortning in coneequeunci of 1th ~.:ipture by stolmr, yesterday and WVcdnes da;y of Goritza, Venik. and all the othei ,i,.1,its comnul:lN ing the fortress. Thl li..:ing la'ted live days. The Servian los: i± considetrable. It is reported thnt the garrison at Nisch, which sui rendereil to the Servians. ilnn. b,,red 8,000 men, with 00 cannon, 12,000 ri. ties aitl a nii uber of fll.gs. Ca;T'nxNGEs. JHan ary l.-Antivarl sirrein dered iucolnditionally to the MJ.ontenegrins yesterday. IUCIIAItt.ST, January 11.-The news of the capture of Schipka Pats is received. A heavy [Iussian force on January 3d moved :!olg T'rojan Pass aud crossed the lmoult tatins after sulaeriug incredibly from the se verily of the cold weather. This force on 'l'uesealy struuk the rearl of the turkish posi tion at aSchipik;, while the attack wa. corn iuleured by Ili:ldetsky four hours later on the (a1n1 tl3y. The tighti is reported as not severe...

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. — 17 January 1878

IISCELLAI$EOUU. VOLCANIC SIGNS IN NEBRASKA. The seat ot disturbance is on the banks of the Missouri, in Dixon county, uhout. thirty six miles from Sioux City. A bluff, about 1,000 feet long and 100 feet high. sloping at an angle of 60 to 80 degrees toward the riv er, is at present the place where the plieno maen; are most exhibited. but otlier buffs at a few ,mIenja' distance have been similarly af fected., Two years ago a portion of this blutff. half as large as, what is left, broke away and fell partly into the river. On the bluff sounds were heard proceeding from the interior, especially on placing the ear to the ground. Flames som,etimes broke forth. occasiomally at night.. Steam escatped from crevices. On (li!Egilng into the hluIl; intense heat slopped the work after proceeding a few feet. Selenite. alum, al nd:lag!esia sul phiate crystals were abundanllht. Professor Aunghey regards these features as .not vol canic in the uisutl sense of the term. but simply the result of local...

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. — 24 January 1878

R OCiKY MOU:NTAINI USBANDMAN rrn SU. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Lie-stckome eadng, and -eneral News. - PE1 C.IM COPt . •VOL. . DIAMOND CIT-, M. T., JANUARY 24, '7 N--O. -0. t7,T0SIiEiU) WEEKLYT BY 6ý. N . UT li R , L I: [)ITJn ~ A Nll) -Pit01.,1"-TO *'l I')rrKY MOt!)TTAT.?r F[UADANDfMAN is de~sinWed ,1r; 010 lla '1(0:11"1 (3 ttmlc; L aiIj il l't'lld'c mdin ti ; ; e1-ertv ,jtlivnt' till' term, eHn l1 l>o:11.'n 1 its 1;(1i'nns i ·ev ry ,jýiirirnaoit of A;ri ie 1areo, ýtoek-':1!;1i:g, lol'li· 1; reiti._S)(, and Iitf 1Pn t~il Encbzlomv. TI) v T';rIr1N(1 RATS. I $'5ýI $ 7 $ 91$ 11 ý20 ( $31 I lfloflth 3 ifl12) 15' 191 21 , 4 3;mpth+ It) v) I Q41 I0 ;,a w' 120 in I'll sl 1 It 4 r Ol 41! 209 fl' 40) 01, 75 90 10."1! 10 23U ne ·I t4 pzv'sIi in iur~v ince T i1;1;;.; e1! "'It'C1'15P te e ltttnil'ýrllr i i!1 rlciyv y]]CC. T'vnIIt -axeC P*r CMlt. a hd c for spee.: 1 advý ertime A GRICJILT1JRAL . '1'Tr present mihld winter :ff 1rds our farm .(WS n excellent opportmuity for etnlarici, 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. — 24 January 1878

The Roci0y Moltain lllusandJlal. R. N. SUTHEERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1878. THERE is, we think, a strong probability that the oresetnt Congress will extend the time for the completion of the Northern Pa dflo Railroad for another decade, at least. The promises of the company to the IHouse Committee are all that could be expected under the ciurnstlnces ; we tliinik It is wis 4mtn, on the part of the company not to promise more than they can reasonably hope to accomplish, audeshould. Congress accede to their wishes we see no reason why they may not carry out the'ir pledges to the very letter. They are men of wealth, have gpod tinancial.ability, and are as noted for their Integrity as railroad men generally arec Their tailure to fulfill their promises in the past is, we think, due to the many unforeseen Qbstacles they have had to encounter rather. than their Indisposition to carry them out in good faith. When Jay Cooke was in his. glary,,the press everywhere was loud in his p...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 January 1878

LOCAL NEs:wS. --------- - rxM. M. P Eta l Co., No. 14 South Commeresi gheet, St. Louis, are our authorized agents to tran wwt all business, contract for advert.sing, and to veive sub..riptions. DIAMOND CIIY LODGE N1o. 7, A. F. and A. M Stated Communioations held at their Hall, in Diamond City, on the second and fourth Saturdays' of etch month. Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. LEOPOLD MARKS, W. M. GILBERT ECKaR, ecretr y. Miss NELI.IE KENT,' of the White Sulphur Springs, is visiting Diamond friends. THE young people of'Centreville, contem plate giving another dtance nextmonth. ,JoRN ZEIGLER, of Helena, who is spend ing a few weeks on the ranch, made us a call last week. BEN. KIMBER sold his ranch at,the mouth of Duck creek, a few days ago, to W. R. }Morgan, for $350. ED. SAYER, who is buildling a sheep;ranch near Fort IIowie, has lIis residence up, and "i, building corrals. GILBERT ECKER and A. Brur(kert .have ,each purchased young grade bulls recently ,of F. J. K...

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. — 24 January 1878

LIVYE TOCK. B HOR1THORON SPECULAT10N. Upon the subject of Shorthorn interests and over speculation in this most valuable breed of cattle. Turf, Field and Farm reads a sermon to those who have aided in bring iifg the present state of thigs about: The fruits of over speculation in Short horns are bitter indeed. The fever was the greatest in the Blue Grass section of Ken tucky. and where the fever raged, disas*er has come. Large Land hollcrs, who, had ac quired wealth and reputation for safety by attending to the legitirnmate duties of. a farm er's lite. were induced to embark in the speculation. They lost their heads, paid $5.000, $10,000 and $20,000 for a calf, a cow or ahbull, and flattered themselves that the bubble would never burst. 'They laughed down, every man who pointed to the future with. warning finger, and refused to believe that there was not money enough .in the comntry to purchase, at the extravagant prices asked for them, the annual produce of their herds. They sought ...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
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