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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 24 January 1878

THE HONEST FARMER. Happy I count the farmer's life. Its various rounds of wholesome toll; An honest man with loving wife, An ofifpring native to the soil. Thrice happy, surely?-in his breast Plain wisdom and the trust in God; liis path more straight fromr,ast to west 'rian politician ever trod. Ilia gains no loss to other men; llis stalwart blows inflict no wound; Not busy with his tongue or pen, He questions truthful sky and-ground. Partner with seasons and the sun, Nature's co-worker; all his skill, Obedience, evrn as waters run, Winds blow, herb, beast their laws fullll. A vlgorous youthhood, clean and bold; A manly nmanhood; cheerful age; Ilis comely children proudly hold Their parentage best heritage. Unhealthy work, false mirth, chicane; Guilt--needless woe, and useless strife O cities, vaJin, insane, insane ? How happy is the farmer's lifel THE H-il I CICIB LE. ROMAN WONEN. They are'the direct oppsite of a German Gretchen, whose blonde tresses'are wound round a gentle, dreamy...

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. — 24 January 1878

PATRONS OF IIUSBA1IDRHY. Wa trust that the Patrons of Montana ,.wll remember that we have no means of learning of the workings of the Order ex ,eept they communicate the facts to us. We will revise:the Grange directory for 1878 as .soon as the necessary information is fur ,nished us. AT the ovember meeting of, the National ,Orange, the following officers were elected t"o serve for the cony titutional term of two jears : .V. Master-SaImuel E. Adams. Minn. -Overseer--J. J. Woodman. Mlich. Lecturer-Mortimer Whitehead, N. J. steward-A. J. Vaughn, Miss. Ass't Steward-Win. Sirps, Kansas. Chaplain-A. P. Forsyth, Ill. Frensurer--F. McDpwell, N. Y. ,$tcretary-O. H. l(eiey, Ky. ,Gate Keeper-O. Dinw.iddie, Ipd. Ceres-Mrs. S. E. E. Adams, inn. Pomona-Mrs. J. J. Woodman, .Mich. Flora-Mrs. Jos. T. Moore. Md. L. A. Steward-Miss Carrie A. Hall, Ky. At a regular meeting of Corvallis Grange, .January 5th, 1878, the following officers ,were installed for the ensuing year: W. B. Harlan. Master. Alex Mi...

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. — 24 January 1878

OUSTER OUINTY MASS MEETING. At a mass meeting, held at the Court Hlouse at Miles City, Custer county, Monta ia, on the evening of the 26th of December, o01 motion, Judgc Alex. Carmichael was elected Chairman and L. S. Taylor Secre tary. On motion, Judge Charles Walker and MIessrs. Chas. Brown and Louis Payette were appointed a Committee on Resolu tions. After the object of the meeting was an ncfl(nce( andl during the absence ot the Con, inittee on R.esolutio'as. an eloquent speech was made by Mr. J. H. Hoppy, fully em bracing all points at issue, which was re ceived with immense applause. Committee reported. On motion their re port was accepted and Committee dis charged. On motion, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted : 1VI.REIaAS, It appears from a certain movrntInt or:gilnting in Deadwood City. and vicinity in Dakota Territory, that an ef fort is being malde to organize a new Terri tory to be called " Lincoln'--therein em bracing that portion of Montana ...

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. — 24 January 1878

IISCELLAN EOUS. THE VALLEY OF THE JORDAN. The Jordan Valley, trom Lake Tiberias to the Dead Sea, is about seventy miles in length. Three miles is its average breadth, although it widens at places into plains ten muiles broad. These plains are beaiitiful oa ses, whlich fact will remove the impression. now popular, that the'whole region is a ster ile (desert. There are many -trcamw running out of the mountatitns on either side. and in every case, where the ricer leave. tlhe foot of. the hills, there is a ruined village. There is little difThiulty ill picking out among these many of the localities mentioned in the 1i ble. Along Alme course ot the. Jordan we find ralns of ,qu.ny of tbe. bridges built by the Bomans. One of these, juist below L:al;e Tiberias, consists of .ten huge arches, and must have bIeen a ihandsonme structure. By irrigation the valley of tihe Jordan. emhbrl cipg 200 square miles, may be made as fertile as the Nile, and will support half a million of people. The expen...

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. — 31 January 1878

OCKY-O TOUNTAI iISBAN)i :~~ ; - ~ - - 1-- - 1-------- --- r .r -1--- -c r ie ',a . tA Journal Devoted to Agricnuture, Live-stock, IRme Reading, and General Newsu. 0I P IGLE COPt . VOL. 3. DIAM OND CITY, M. T., JANUARY 31, '78. NO.11. ~ .+ware av w..... .. .. .. - m ,u , m um v~l ~ U m . mm m 3. 3. S JTHERLUNI , ED ITOR AN-D IFROPRIETOR; Th' I0OKrY NIOUNTAIXN HUBARNDMAN is clhsigned t~ b, a~ ; le nOne indcli.,tes, a husbh nirdman l every st"'eaiof, t:r t~rri, embracing fu I~t co3m:nnfus every ti-"'u:l"iR!':.t .Pi Agricul.'reo, Sttoek-rtici'.:g, Horti cultnre. ,e nd )Domestio Eoonomiv. A DVi~' IISING RATES. - -,,-.- to u 4.. 3t n' ,h 1 11 11 15 3 9' 42' 1 0 120 ii ln llt 13 I 1 I : 5 120 2 I2 0 ? vtr 30 40 I i? 751 '.X 105 I O8 t 25 ; 'It Ldvatiseents Iipn v: aI in adva*nce. ' Re,:1!i'ur " a,i ertisermoutst plyahlO ,'tt terly. 'Tcw ity-iivc per cent. adided for speC:.ul advertise. ARULTU IR AL. ;:7._. . .. . ..... . · .............. .......--- - --- --- "·- - - FEN NOTBLE ABOUT T.IE F...

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. — 31 January 1878

'The Rocky lontain Hlsaiihnan . R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1878. Oua Benton cotemporary seems to be con siderably exercised over our recent article upon the navigation of the Yellowstone river. It denounces our statements as either "stupidity'*'.r "effrontery," talks about ab surdities, and teien, not satisfitd, grows af fCetionate, and calls us pet names. This is. 9ige; we like pet nantes. It,reminds us of days of yore, days "now, gone. John, for-, ever." But all this does not settle the question of the navigation of the Yellowstone. If our propositions were so "absurd',' and "'stupid," why does the Record man get himself so much worked up over it, and continue to "bore the public" about a m4tter which is already effectually settled ? The truth is, it fears that our predictions-in regard to the Yellowstone claiming its. portion of the commerce of Montana for the future, will prove true, fears that the new point---Coul son--may detract from the importance of Bent...

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. — 31 January 1878

LOCAL NEWS. W*. . paitC t Co., No.'14 South Commercial t.e, St. Louis, are our authorized agents to tran net all I1)usueis, contract for advertising, and to ,recive aubscri tions. 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 eoach month. Sdjourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. LEOPOLD MARKS, W.M31. GIrtn1rT Eo n, Se.retbry. A. BUCINHnAM, of Confederate, is plow iLtAKIC KEENE, otdDuck creek, is seeding his land. J. M. FRAZER, of White's gulch, spent a few days in town this week. WM. MCKNIOrIT came up last week and will attend s,.hool atfew months. FA~Mc Rs everywhere have been simprov ing the fine winter getting out fencing. J. LANEY and Sam. Anderson made a fly ing trip to the White Sulphur Springs this. week. JOHN EDMONSOn, Proprietor of the Bea ver creek ferry, is building a large 4wo story dwelling. WE learn from our exchanges that small pox in a very serious form, has appear...

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. — 31 January 1878

:LIV STOCK. SMITHFIELD CATTLE SHOW. The last Mark Lanel.xprees.. il its report ofthe late Smithfield Club show, among other matters, says that Devons were not so well represented as in former years, and in detail they did not work out well. In the next class,tror steers .not exceedling .3 years and 3 months old, contemporary thinks "' the Prince of Wales was fortunate to secure the first prize-the breed cup for the best Devon, and the, champion cup for the best steer or ox in the show. These were very high honors for an animal of sec ond-rate excellence, which istll we could discover in him. The character of this ani mal was good and his style neat, his baclk, ribs, and rounds good, and quality undenia ble, but he.stood high, and was not particu larly straight nor level. :It is worthy of eommenttthat last year the judges passed this animal without notice when exhibited ilj the.younger class." ,Of Herefords we extract af follows : "The Herefords were nut!erichlly weak, and the qualit...

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. — 31 January 1878

FAM1f. ,,What is fame?" I asked a youth. ,, 'Tis the poet's inspiration; t'is the patricot's Jnst reward; Whets the edge of wasrior's sword. Welcome danger, toil. privation, $o I might tIut write-my name ifigh upon the roll of fame.'' , Whit is fame?" I asked a sage; And he smiled with pregnant meaning. . 'Tis a bubble-'tis a breath ,hantom lire that leads to death! Aftermath of tardiest yield, Garnered on life's harvest field, stripped of all that's worth the gleaning." 'What is fame?" I asked a man, Worldly-wise; thus his advising: '"Worship not, yet scorn not fame; "Tis the echoing of your name; But a breath-yet fills your sails; Fire-to boil your pot avails. Fame is-gratis advertising l" -Boston Traveler. ' a ME CII LE. ENGAGEMENTS, SECRET AND OPEN. The San Francisco Examiner, speaking editorially on the above subject, after notic ing the custom of publishing engagements as well as iarriages and deaths, which has sprung up in New York in recent years, Not many years ago a weekly...

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. — 31 January 1878

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. TarI, l9llowing is a list of the officers of Mountain Valley Grange for 1878: Worthy Master-J. A. Bailey. Overseer-.-E. Nottingham. Lecturer-J. M. D. Taylor. Steward-R. Jeffries. Chaplain-J. T. Holt. Treasurer.-A. H. Sloan. Secretary-P. B. B. Mills. Ceres-Eliza Bailey. Pomona-M. A. Sloan. Gate Keeper-J. R. Holt. AT the regular meeting, in January, of Sheridan Grange, the following oficers were installed for the ensuing year : Worthy Master-G. 'T Lewis. Overseer-O.Ingram. Lectiurer-Wm. Tostle. Treasurer-C. Christianson. Secretary-''. T. Taylor. Chaplain-S. Mallory. Steward-J. Luke. Asst. Stew ard-N. P. Christianson. Gate Keeper-F. Schultz. Ceres--Miss M. Christianson. Pomona-Mrs. Bateman. Elora-Mrs. Lewis. Lady A. Steward-Miss.L. Christianson. PATRONS, ATTENTION. Eastern Grange journals, .coming to us regularly, are teeming with very flattering aeclnts.of the success of Grange co-opera tive storessin .the States, wherever Patrons have .the nerve to invest a few ...

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. — 31 January 1878

FROM 3OULDE VALLEY. .:lTO fIIUSsBADMdA: It never rains but it pours" in Boulder. ai, ll cases a drouth follows a deluge. Last inoter we had lots of snow aud cold wveath r. 'lus winter we have spring weather d Io wind or snow. Last sumnlmer we I,;u an abundance of r;nl and now it is dry tt dusty. Mir. Diggan saw 3 grizzlies last ecek which shows the temperature is too varmi for them to hole up. Last winter we tid a religious revival of a weeCi's duration. luring; the suntuner we were neglected, and ,oW I see by the p1apers we are to have an ,ther sieasonl of gospel grace, which is truly diud of the church and will 'be heartily ap ,reialtedl by our citizens. Why does not he cturchells send out a lot of ministers, so hat every locality mnay have regular minis rationl? Are we not worth Christianizing r is the living too scant? Do they think here is a nearer way to heaven than 1hrough Montiana, or are thelopportunities a' wedding fees too limited ?F 'hese inqui ,les are not made for dram...

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. — 31 January 1878

IISCELLANEOU8. A WONDERFUL INVENTION. An invention all frugal wives will appreci ate-in fact, an article that even rivals the sewing machine in usetulness-is now on exhibition .t the Broadway store of the Wil son Sewing Machine Company, in this city; yet it is so wonderfully simple that it canl scarcely be classed as an invention, and a wonder to everybody that it was not discov ered years ago. The invention consists in a very simple lirtle attachment of the Wilson shuttle sewing machine for darning all kinds of rips, tears, worn-out places, etc., in cloth ing, table and bed linen, stockings, unnder wear, etc.-in the saine manner that it is dlone by hand, and leaves the repaired psrt~scaree ly discernable. The operatr of the sewing machine can darn darn a large-sized hole iin a bed sheet or table cloth almost instantaneously. It is to be regretted, however, that this won derful invention is patented and owned by the Wilson Sewing Machine Company, o01 Chicago, Ill., wl~o will not per...

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. — 7 February 1878

OCKY OUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN ri -um.~. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER SINGLE COPt . VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., FEBRUARY 7, '78. NO. 12. iq-P-""~"I"1-· 11··1~1 +_ 6 l Jl. D WIEL WEEKLY BY P, N. SUTHERLIN, EID1TOR AND PROPRIETOR 'r(le Focvx M(oUNTAIN IJUSBANDMAN hI designeC tor c *t 11wL tile. imi ioetto., ti husob)'ndnlu]r iL overv " I t . C' ,Fte twICiin, embhracillg in its Co(tifIflSe overy 4;; . rllueeu t o Aoiric.tnr', 0took-r(1icig1 , Iorti *Al.t t ''w; 'i:l antI) ornotio EcononiV 11)E''SN HATE:.j$ 3 * 7 ' j$ 7 $9 1) $11 $201 s$30 11t ce;I'1 4 10J 123 15 28 40 I on wotn I l 12 1) I) 21 4.0 (O0 a'oooh;! Il ]loI 21 39 ý 80 ]9 1 I . *c 4.1 54j 120 200) I r H 1 I 40) (ii 89' (j I 7. ( :;) ) fu 45 !k# 1,051 1t 0 `.iA 'roion tel ,oivC 'ti. oclICIetO 1))av*L II.e in udva i e. lIe ni! ir orllvtOtiaol ent.a )joiyttVIn inilrterly. lweoooy.r}-tip c)per ceCft. a((le0l for speedi aulrertise. Mpo'otr. 'l'iT s~;iject of IIH)rticulture is now'one ...

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. — 7 February 1878

The Rocky Ionntin Hllslbanmanl. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1878. Tni late Anti-Subsidy resolutions which passed the House of Representatives is evi dence that the influence of the farmers of America is at last beginning to be felt in our halls of national legislation, and it is cer tainly gratifying to know that this vast ele nent of our nation's wealth-but a few years since totally ignored-is regaining a position where it may be heard upon the important questions of the clay, and felt in the enactment of the laws of our country. Further than this they are meaningless, and even were they enactments that were to be obeyed in the future it would seem like ap plying the remedy after the disease had been cured. This matter ofgranting snbsidies is one to which the agricultural community has long been opposed, for the reason that it was inequitable, unjust, and imposed a heavy burden which they must ultimately bear, and not for the general good of the country but to c...

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. — 7 February 1878

LOCAL ANESW*.. \Yw 24. lua.rcs .& Co., No. 14 South Commercial NCet, St. Louis, are our authorized agents to tran -c.t til busine-s, contract for advcrtising, and to r.ereive ,slbsripition s. DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M Stated Communications held at their Hall, in t)iamond City, on the second and fourth S.Saturdays of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. LEOPOLD MARKS, W. M. Gi.i THET ECKEI , Secretar}._ WrVIENEVERI yOui have ten minutes to spare go and bother some one who hasn't. AUrGUST W~EIEII caLme over from the cap ital last week to take a case in this office.. MIt. and Mrs. Milton Walker, of Smith river, went on a visit to Helena this week. Our town has been made quite lively the past week with the coming and going of east side wool growers. T''iu calendar issued and presented to its patrons by the New Northwest has the finest relief of any we have ever seen. J. A. STh ENss, the popular young typo of this office, has gone to the Whi...

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. — 7 February 1878

LIVE STOCK. THE EAST INDIAN HORSE. We will now travel further eastward and look at the breeds of horses in our Indian possessions. First we have a Toorkey, ,originally from a Toor Koman and a Per .siap, beautiful :in form, graceful in his aetions and docile in his temper. It is said that when skillfully managed the grandeur and stateliness of his carriage are equal to what the warmest imaginatiot(;au1 conceive of the horse ; his spirit rising as his exer tions are required, he exhibits to his be holders an appearance of fury in the per formance of his task, yet preserving to his rider the utmost playfulness ann gentleness. Next comes the Iranee, well limbed and his joints closely knit, and particularly power ful in the quarters, but scarcely sufficient spirit and his ears large and loose. The patient and docile Cozadee is deep in girth, powerful in the fore-arum .but with large head and sadly cat-hammedl,; hardy, and calculated, for long journeys and severe ser vice. The ,iojinniss ...

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. — 7 February 1878

tHER LETTER. The following lines were Buggested by a letter found by the writer upon the beach near the scene of the wreck of the IIuron : We walked at night the wreck-strewn sand, We walked and watched the dying storm ; With eager eye and ready hand We sought to lind sonic sen-tossed form,. And as we walked the guard and I, Tile tide crept out till broad and gray The -lingleld sandl(l shone smooth and dry, lBcueatil our ltful lantern's ray. On either side, and everywhere, Lay limp a.nd broken bits of wreck, .Of clothing, ropes, of wooden-ware- All kinds of things one iuds on deck. From out this wsattered wreckage waste 1 stooped and picked a little note : .A dainty.monogram was traced Above the lines the owner wrote, ''My darling ;i' but it gave io name, As if he only of mankind To such sweet title hlad a chlin : The words were coined her love to bind. 'Twas written full, and crossed again, All interlined with after thought ; 'Twas spotted o'er with salter stain Than e'en the sea c...

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. — 7 February 1878

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. FAIR VIEW GRANGE. EDITOR HeSaIuuaM*N: The following are the officers 'of Fair View Grange No. 12 for the ,ensuing year : Master-Mahion Riilsback. Overseer-Thomas Burke. Lecturer--N. I. Farnum. Steward-James Cummings. Assistant Steward-John Sil verthorne. ChaplaTh-:George Kent. Treasurer-John M'. Gitthens. Secretary-E. O. Railsback. Gate-keeper-Charles Carrol. Ceres-Miss Biele Kratcir. Pomona--lrs. Maggie Silverthorne. Flora-Mrs. Martha A. Railsback. Sewardess-Miss RIetta Krateir. Our grange came very wear going down this fall, but the members rallied and have commenced work in earnest again.. They think times look pretty blue for the grange but are determined to keep it going for tie social interest if nothing more. E. O. RAILSBACK. GO-OFERATION IN MXOTAN4. "We also recommend a c4areful .develop ment of the business arm of our order by subordinate granges by eo-operation in matters oft trade, thlrjs placing their business inLtrests upon the same footing as 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. — 7 February 1878

FOREIGN NEWS. ,osNosN, February 1.-A Russianl oflicial dispatch, dated Adrainople, January 27, s: On the 25th inst. Gen. Strakoff occu pied luleh. Btrgas and Chorlu. lie over took a convoy of between 10,000 and 15.000 .gons and 50,000 armed aMusselInen fugi tive=. The latter were disarned and escort ,edI to Iodosto, from which place they are to hi transported to Asia. Deiuolika and Us unkoprie were occupied on the 26th inst. Sir Stafford Northcote, Chancellor of Ex. ehequerC', stated in the HIouse of Commons this afternoon that Musurus Pasha, the Turkisll Ambassador in London, has receiv ed a telegram from the Porte saying that the basis for an armistice and peace were to be signed in Adrainople yesterday. r'The principal cause of the delay of the anrfUistice is stated to be the diflicully about the military conditio~is imposed. 'A Vienna paper states these include the oct/upation of Const:atinople. The relief agent whro arrired at Gallipoli telegrapllhs: "I will stop here to reliev...

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. — 7 February 1878

IISCELLANEOUS. KEELY OR A RIVAL. The "Bradley Promethor," says a B;lti more cotemporary, is a vessel propelled by "a certain kind of gas, which is evolved, by mechanical disintegration, the water be ing forced through solid silver by hydros tatic pressure, which is automatic and is operated by the engine. This product is introduced into small cells of one inch inter nal diameter, made of the best decarbonized steel, and there quickened into gas by heat, which does not need to be over the cº:dinary temperature to produce steam. There is no water introduced as water into the genera tors. "The apparatus, he claims, contains noth ing but pure gas, without any likeness to a steam boiler. Three huntdred pounds pres sure can be hadfrom a, thimbletul of water, and the pressure can be. raised any degree to thousands of.pounds to the square inch 1l- regulating the supply of water. The gas frequently reaches so intense a state as to show great signs of electrical action, but be fore being admi...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
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