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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 14 February 1878

ROCKY MOUNTAIN IIUSBANDMAN g` AlX~ u A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. P 10 Ct . VOL. 8. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., FEBRUARY 14, '78. NO. 13. .-LoLSilED \WEEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, EI)ITORI AND PROPRILTORI TIhe Ii.ey JIOCL'rTAIX HInJRAiWrlAN iA (deaignef In be, a I the nai l inll( tell , a hIllIh.tnIBll a .L everi fsedf the term, emhracmg in its 4)lufmns ever3 aQ,,rtrlment of Agriculture, Stock-raiai:g, Ilorti. re. s4,i:al and I)omes.tic Economy4. A FD V.TIISING RATER, $-.$k $2j $3 $ 11"20 $ 3 eks 3 4 7 10 12 1 28 4( 1 month ] 5 8 12 15 9 21, 4 Snmenths 10 16 24 30 ,1 4* 8O' 1'( ( n,)nth 1] 25 31 45 54 ( I 120 1 20 1 v'ar 30 40 0) 7i5 00 105 J 1x0 2.( - ranuinli a!l vertise5le ntls pairlamIe in :tLdvanOe. Re..nllr ad.:vcrtisements payable ,qua terly. Twenty-live per cent. added for epec.:.l averlnse. Went'. A RICULTURAL. PEN NOTES ABOUT THE FARM. 'Tuxll SouL. It is possible that some of the rearlers of my article on "Selecting a Farm" felt that ...

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. — 14 February 1878

The nocky Iloutain Hlusbamhaln. R. N. SUTHERLLN, Editor. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1878. IT seems to be a foregone conclusion that the present Congress has determined upon taking some action in regard to the existing tariff upon wool and woolens. And that it is greatly feared that it will be such action as will greatly reduce the price of this sta ple, thereby lessening the profits of produc tion in such a manner as to greatly embar rass the business, is evident from the action of the New York Wool Growers Associa tion and the joint recommendation of the National Association of Wool Manufacturers and the National Wool Growers Association, published elsewhere in this issue. Fully aware of the vast interests at stake, these representative institutions of this great in du.try enter their protest against hasty ac tion on the question, and ask that the wool growers be heard, that time be had for the great West and far West to be heard from. Montana is vitally interested in this mat ter. She...

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. — 14 February 1878

« 'cMt. i'licar & Co., No. 14 South Commercial at•r, St". Lor'is, are our aulthorized agents to tran ;,c1 all )t.iusne, contract for advtertilg, and to act,.,ivr . .crip .tio .s. .. DIAMO.f1D CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M Stated Cominunications held attheir hall, in l)ia nond c(ity, on the second *and fourth ,atturd:ays of each month. Sojourning brothers are cordially invited to attend. LE1cPOL) MARKS, W. M. GILEla rIT E-'a~ n, Secretar: .. . LEN.r LIws delivered a lot of beeves to our buttchers, Kroft & Flemming this week. TI',a litest venture in the way of a phrase, at the White Sulphur Springs, is "It's got the age." SeVERAtL of the Smith river ltaners are preparing to build lew dwellings in the spring. DON.tALl MCLEAN returtned froll t brief sojourn at the White Sulphur Springs a few tdays ai(o. O'rts STRiCKLAN)., a prominent miner of BhtIektoot,is recreating at the White Sulphur Springs. 3Iu,. LEOPOLI) AItTK:4 atnt her daughter IIHattie spent several days in Helena d...

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. — 14 February 1878

LIMB STOCK. A MODEL I8EP. RANCH. We give the following from the Corpus Christi (T'aeas) .hmes just to show what may be accomplished in sheep husbandry in a few years from a small beginning : The subject of this sketch began operating ,with sheep in the year 1:65, when he had .1,000 head of iglproved sheep. With these ,he moved to his present location, pr-empt dng, under the hornesteadhlaw, 100 acres of land, upon which his residence now stands. ,,Careful and unremitting attention was fol Slowed by abundant and substantialprogress. Year by year saw increased flocks and added acres, with more conveniences of every ,character. He was satisfied with compara tively slow progress for a few years, pre iferring to grow upon the actual increase of ,ranch rather than go-in debt for anything. Every addition to his farm he paid for in ,cash; and to this principle he adhered, until now it is his boast that he has -"never paid a dollar's interest for borrowed rmoney .in his life:" Approaching his...

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. — 14 February 1878

Written for the Rocky Mountain lusbndman.] TO MY SISTER. I'm lonesome here to-day; fly little one has wandered forth, 'Neath the bright sunshine of this earth, To romp in gleeful play. . how lovely is the view Of mountain top and forest tree, And grassy plain, and streamlet's glee, Aond birds and leaflets, too. My needle falls unseen; I gase upon the verdant hill, And listen to the rippling rill, As when at seventeen- Three thousand miles away I watched earth's changing beauties all, Not heeding womanhood's stern call, Wior thinking of this dasy. But now an earnest Blie Is mine. Before me years of toll are seen. Fur years a mother I hate been, For years, trusting, a wiib. I read your earnest prayer, Invoking the All Father's aid; For blessings on your weary head, And grac. liA's tasks to bear. And O, I wneld repeat An earnest prayer for geaee divine, For help to tead these dear ones, mine, Unto the mercy seat. For what a 'Weight of cate, Dear sister, waits on yeu and me, in tittiug ...

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. — 14 February 1878

PATRONS OF HIUSBANDRY. THE business manager of the Colorado State Grange reports the gross sales for the past year to be $78,713 78. THE order in Maryland is in a progressive condition. judging from what has transpired con cerning the doings of the recent annual session of the State Grange. The reports presented were generally favorable, and the meetings of the grange were enlivened by interesting discussions on various topics arising in the proceedings. THE recent session of the State Grange at Fairmont, West Virginia, is reported to have been one of the best it ever held. The members were very enthusiastic, and gen erally gave favorable reports of the condi tion of the order in their respective neigh borhoods. The grange in West Virginia sthrts off with a new life from th's date.- Colorado Grange. No GRANGE can thrive well that neglects its financial interests, and the grange that does not co-operate in buying does not con dcet itself as it should. Each grange should have its purc...

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. — 14 February 1878

FOREIGN NEWS. Losnox, February S.-In the House of Lords Lord Derby, Foreign Secretary. made a statement similar to that of Sir Stafford ,,.thcote in the House. He said lie was jnutitied in his resignation when the fleet was first sent to Constantinople, but he ap. p1roved of the present action in cousequence of the altered aspect ot althirs. In the Ilouse of Coainens Sir Stalffrd Sorthcote's anllllonceenlcut was received witlh deafening cheers. The Times (London) says there is no rea son whatever for a hbelief tii:it any riimve will be takeii in violation of the the terms of the armistice. Onle (of these te'i, gives the right to Russia to take up a position on the line of Buquktchemrnedje, beyond which. is a narrmw strip not to be occupied by tlhe troops of eit her of the beligerenis until the resyul of the ne(gotiations are finally settled. While the terms of Russia, so lar as they have traeiipired, are severe t,)poi the Turks, tlhere is no truth in the repealed clharges that thlie...

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. — 14 February 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. DEATH BATE IN VARIOUS OCCUPATIONS. Nobody doubts that the occupation of an individual has much to do with his general health, and with his chances of death Sta tistics prove that the death rate is lowest among scientists and professional men-not physicians; then follow Protestant clergy men, engineers, farmers and laborers; next carpenters, machinests, and workers in iron; then come scoolmasters. tobacconists, physi cians, and finally the clergy of the Roman Catholic church, among whom tle mortality is much greater than among the Protestant clergy and the other professions named. Next we have druggists and but~hers, then miners and glass manufacturers, plumbers and coppersmiths, rai wray employes and dock laborers, and last of all carmen, cab men, horse-keepers, ani inn-keepers, among whom the mortality is. greatest, and much more than double that of the first men tioned occupation, The deduction which may be drawn from these facts are very instru..tiRe and practi cal...

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. — 21 February 1878

POCKY OUNTAIN USBANDMAN pfIrI.- A .Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, IHome Reading, and General News. 10 Dt". VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., FEBRUARY 21, '78. NO. 14. p1 hLiIII 1) WEEKLY I BY ri. N. SUTHERLIN, Th RCI 3[Or XNei Ilr:) PLOIl)UM Ois lain tj'jl I,;" :,, Nl brt:u i I NIIirae; :t h~arn ' t1 I .r eveM~ryeu ,,~~ l the tor ('41 c~tr~ti i it; r 'lfl :ti verv , I ;,.ti o t 4) 1 4444 ic titi "r re ii g liorti Iutttlt' I K I 2 l) 1 d 21 14) 100 C it, t it 40 hO J i 45 I G5O I (r 1$l20 90 ;!w i i n per leetl . trldetlc for spJC C.1 I ad'vertise. A( RICIILTIJRAJI. 'T'u:: remarkable title' weather for the past six weeks I a f itlirded our. farmers au ex M rllent oppertulnIity to get their spring work Limier way. and many of them have been ]dewing, while sorte have been sowing wheat. It seems a little early to put grail a tre ground, since we will most likely race Folie freeziit weather before spring )peris, yet we thin)k tlro'C vhro sow 1oW act toe part of 'wisdomi. III all ...

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. — 21 February 1878

The Rociy loutait HIdsba na. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1758. As spring approaches the warlike demon strations of the hostiles become more ap parent. and the necessity of more adequate military protection is every day brought more vividly to our minds. The policy of keeping a few scattered Posts in our Terri tory with a view of marching the garrisons to whatever portion demands their presence is a bad one, and affords little or no protec tion to our frontiers, as the hostiles may make a dash upon the settlement, and be gone with their booty ere the military can he aroused. the only way to guarantee protection to the country, and ensure its rapid settlemeut, is to establish military Posts in the exposed districts, that their continued presence may at all times guard against such raids. The most important need of the country at present is the estab lishment of Posts in Southern and Eastern Montana. The Bannack Indians of South ern Montana are insolent and saucy, a...

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. — 21 February 1878

LOCAL NEWTS. TOi. M. PIICE & Co., No. 14 South Commercial ts. Louis, are our authorized agents to tran ct i111 businse'i, contract for advertising, and to DIAMOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M Stated Communications held at their Hall, in Diamonfd City, on the second and fourth Saturdays of aLch month. Sojourning orothers are cordialiv invited to attend. LEOPOfA) MARKS, W. M. 0 IERT E(KELIR, Secretary. BALMY south-west winds prevail. MSAGIIERt county miners are beginning to turn their attention to quartz. A COIt RESPONDENT from Sheridan reports the weather tine and stock looking splendid. rj'1T1o0MA COOPER and bride passed Mon day on their way over to their Smith river home. THE Puaymnaster went over to Camp Baker this week to distribute greenbacks among the boys in blue. Tit work of building at the Springs has commenced. Additional bath rooms are the first buildings to be erected. W. II. VANCE, having put in the winter without loss of time, is now taking a short rest before t...

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. — 21 February 1878

LIVE STOCK. THE LARGE BERKSHIRES. A correspondent of Coleman's Rural World very sensibly writes: In these later days therd seems to be a great mania for large Berkshire hogs. I wish to ask : Is there not great dinger of our committing the same ruinous mistake that the breeders of this excellent breed of hogs committed thirty-five years ago in Ohio and elsewhere? I refer to the time when they gave up the Medium size well developed animals for these very coarse, large ones, and, by so (ooing, soon brought the breed into great disrepute. We are willing to admit that there seems to be a sort of lascination about these over Errown animals that one cannot resist. But they are unprofitable as compared with smaller ones. They are not as good feeders, smore liable to disease, cannot be marketed at so young an age, and the greatest draw ,ba k of all is that the markets do not want these overgrown hogs. The days of keep ing hogs until two or three years old before teing marketed are fast passi...

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. — 21 February 1878

WREcKED.' 1oSSed soft on the mighty billows, I(orn along in cruel glee, speeds a good ship to destruction o'er the tempest-riven sea. loary -crested, white with-splendor, Mounting high with frienzied dash, Bound the coast the waves are gleaming, Lit up by the lightuing-flash. On toward the roaring breakers, T'hrongli the surf and through the foam, speeds the good ship to destruction )speeds the good ship to her home. In among the cruel breakers, Wrestled for with sinewy strength Then a a few stray spars and timbers, Tossed upon the shore at length; Tossed upon the shore to linger, Crushed and useless, many a day; Till another mighty tempest, Pitying, bears ti.e wreck away. So full often have I noticed Dien by nature tl'ue and brave, Tossed aloft 'mid Sorrow's tempest, Buffeted by wind and wave; Drifted in among the breakers, Lifted high with angry roar; Thruise& and crushed, the spirit broken, Cast a wreck upon the shore There to lie, in shame and anguish, liaising not the head ...

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. — 21 February 1878

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. HEELmA, February 18, 1878. 'There has been but little change in prices since our last quotations. The tendency has been downward. This is in a great measure due to the fine weather, which has greatly lessened consumption, and afforded an opportunity for uninterrupted market ing. The following are the ruling figures on wholesale transactions: Flour, $4.00; choice, $4.25. Wheat, $2.15@2.25. Oats, $2.20®2.30. Barley-brewers'-$2.50(2.75. Barley-feed-$2.00. Bran and Shorts, $1.,0 $1.75. Butter, 40@50c. Eggs, 30c.(40c. t otAtoe8, 75e.@S1.00. Pork- -gross-$ti.00@SS.00. Pork-net-S9.00@ $10.00. Chickens, $3.00(jý6.00 per doz. 1'urkeys, $2.00@$3.00 each. tay. dull at $10.00 per ton. Wood, $4.000$6.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. 'Hist granges in Montana have passed through a severe ordeal, but as the farmers begin to prosper they commence to thrive again. This time they are on a solid basis, and their growth, though gradual, is of a healthy and permanent natuir. Bro....

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. — 21 February 1878

IIECOKKENDATIONS OF THE HELENA ROARD OF TRADE. At a relent meeting of the Helena Board f Trade, the following preamble and reso ution were adopted, and the Secretary di ected to forward them to Delegate Magin is: WUEJREAs, in all new States and Territo jes of the Union, the advent of railroads has ecn the harbinger of prosperity, advance dent, development, peace with the Indian *ibes, and improvement of the public do ,ainl and consequent augmented receipts to me General Treasury for lands sold. And WHIERiEAS, The citizens of Montana have orne the heat and burthien of the very long ay that has separated them from the corn )rts and advantnges of railroad communi ee, and who are waiting with steadtast re ance for the occasion that will open up to 1e world the vast mineral deposits of the 'erritory, to which they have plighted their Ith and their hope, hail with renewed con dence the prospect of an early connection 1thi the Utah Northern railroad that will e completed far oi its way to ...

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. — 21 February 1878

IISCELLANE 01$. THE ABERRATION OF LIGHT. Light travels with a velocity of 192,000 miles a second; and the earth moves through space, in an elliptic path round the sun, at the rate of about nineteen miles a second, and is, therefore, changing the direction of the motion every instant, and causing an apparent displacement of all the stars. This is called aberration. The eflort of this aberration is to distort the aspect of the heavens causing all, the stars to crowd, ats it were, direct towards that point in the heavens which is the vanishing point of all lines parallel to that in which the earth is for the moment moving. As the earth moves round the sun in, the plane of the elliptic, this point must lie in that plane 90 degrees in advance of the earth's longitude, or 90 degrees behind the sun's; and thus shifts continually, describing the circum ference of the elliptic in a year. It is easy to demonstrate that the effect on each par ticular star, will be to make it apparently describ...

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. — 28 February 1878

SOCKY MOUNTAIN HIUSBANDMAN S-. N. A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live.stock, Home Reading, and General News. 1EROPY. OL. 3.D AC. PeisR SE.NGLE COPr. rOL. 3. DIAMIOND CITY, M. T,, FEBRUARY 28, '78. NO. 15. lil,1il':D, WEEIKLY BY I. . SUTHER LIN, E1) 7'lO" AND ROPR.IE'I'TOR *(),>Y M c:'rA.,rN IIuslAl~StIA: i.i designed i. t !;l,,m [u i' m .te s, :: hui. bti lttndlmar 'a_ every , -i ',l 1 , 'racing in its co1 rrsns3 every _i ilt Ilof Agritu11 ltt trec,Stock-ra:i.i.. , liorti -- K - . ' $ , II $ 6 .$ $3' ++, 1 + 4 ,)+, 4 3, 107 3l I" I ' 3 40 S1` 3 15 S ,) 40 (0l itis ] 1iI t I '0 i 1> ' , 8;) 10 I"t" ] 2" - 3 45 4 a : 3 5 1.,o 201 ;;0 .t) _ ;( 5 5 'o 105i 15 2) 0 ;eIht a dvjc'tis0l5meC'5t S m 1ý '"t in 5a1 lv.tnl ce. ii! :ti .1:' r. i n 9110 t's p;tlyatble qlut terly. :,ityv-iice per ccnt. allledt for spec..,l advertise. A; ICUI I TL IR A L. P~?N COTES ABOUT TIHE FARMI.. IUTTEIR4 MAKINJ--NO. I. erre re man y impi)rtant points to be ldered in making g'(ood Iatter, and first ore...

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. — 28 February 1878

The Rocky Iountainll Husbandmiii R. NR . SUTHERLLN, Editor. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1878. THE new tariff bill before Congress pro posing to change the present duty on for eign imported type to a specifio tax of 50 cents per pound on news and nook Lype, and 30 cents per pound on job and fancy type, which is from 50 to 100 per cent. advalorem, is a direct thrust at the interest of the prin ters of the Uni.ed States-and indir'ectly at our most direct thorough and economical means of education-by type manufacturers. The difference between a tariff for the pro tection of a national industry and one which necessitates the.employme1nt of less. than 1,000 men, is very great., It may be wisdom to protect, and industry which employs a large portion of our industrial population and forms a prominent item in our coun try's Nyalth, or infantile industries that give such promise. But the manufacture of type can ,never. employ a great number ot people or cut any important figure in the wealth of th...

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. — 28 February 1878

LpOU AL NZEWS. _ M EI'IC ,& Co., No. 14 South Commercial .· I3loui. , are our authorized aients to tran 'i I,u-ine48, contract for advertising, and to c subscriptions. o.9 CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. I Stated Communications held at their Hall., i n)icinmonl City, on the second and fourth itnr . a.y of each month. Sojourning brothers are onrdiully invited to attend. t r ILEOPOLD MARlKS, W. M. ,vr EcKER, Secretry. TioNoo.fs are puzzled to know when oneymoon will be eclipsed. T. GlnFFrs, of Canton, spent several itn town this week. ERE is to to be an examinationu f pupils amond district school on Friday next. -body is invited. First National Bank is receiving and ing between $12,000 and $15,000 worthl Iver bullion per week.-Herald. on McQUAH), the junior of the Helena endent, went over to the White Sub Springs last week to take a holiday. Slerald says intelligence received, to the making of Montana a sepa nilitary district, with the 'headquarters elenfa. : citizens of T'hompson'...

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. — 28 February 1878

LIVE STOCK. THE SHORT-HOERN OUTLOOK. It must be admitted that just now the Short-horn business .resembles a patient .whose physic has disagreed with him, or a ,bean stalk after the first frost has fallen. MIen are to apt to take a discouraging view of the prospects. Their impressions come like the fragments of a routed army to the point of rendezvous. The first to arrive are sure to be "all that are left of the whole di vision.' By and by the saved appear in such numbers as to make you wonder at the -smallness of the lozs. Let there be steadi ness all round. No undue excitement. No panic. There have been usurpers on the throne. Men came to be called "Short-horn kings" when they were not entitled to the name of the office. Their cattle came to be called the royal family, when their blood was no bluer than that of others that were not pushed to the front. This applied to men begets unhealthiness and affliction. Out of affliction grows purification. The physic must pain ere it gives re...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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