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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 28 February 1878

- HOME SONG. Stay, stay at home, my heart, and rest; Ilom1e-keeping hearts are happiest, For those that wonder they kow not whore Are full of trouble and full of care; To stay at homeis best. Weary and homesick and distressed, They watlder e:ist, they wander west, Anal are bullled and beaten and blown about By the winds of the wilderness of doubt; To stay at home is best. 'lThen stay at home, my heart, and rest; Thi bird is sa!c-t i in its nest; o'er all that flutter their wings and fly A l:swk is hovering in the sky; To stay at home is best. -II . T. Lonfellow. . -_ ---- ------- - ------- -- . -- - TlE H llriE 4 IBCLE. INNDECISION OF CHARACTER. One of the ltany causes which hinder umen fromt attailning success. indec'siont is un doubtedly oine of the greattes-t. Without any deterumie course mnarked out for thenim selves, the majority of youing people set out upon the great ocean of lift, depending more uiponi chance than any fixed law, whereby a definite result may be obtained. T'l...

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. — 28 February 1878

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. IIELE.A, February 18, 1878. There has been but little change in prices since our last quotations. The tendency lhas 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 tigure.s on wholesale transactions: Flour, $4.00; choice, $4.25. Wheat. ;2.15@2.25. Oats, $2.20@2.30. Barley-brewers'-$2.50@2.7ii. Barley-feed-$2.00. Bran and Shorts, $1.50@$1.75. Butter, 40 @50c. Eggs, 30c.(.)40c. Potatoes, 75c. (`$1.00. Pork-gross--$6.00S$8.00. .Pork-net-$9.00@$10.00. ,Chickens. $3.00@;$6.00 per doz. Turkeys, $2.00@,$3.00 each. Hay. dull at $10.00 per ton. Wood, $4.00@$6.00 per cord. PATIONS OF HUSBANDRY. THE PURPOSE OF THE GRANGE. We copy the following, read by Sister E. W. Adams, of Mt. Zion Grange, Missouri, from the Journal of Agriculture and Farmer : The old farm wagon had been driven over the old road for so many centuries that it...

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. — 28 February 1878

EO W. WAKEFIELD, OF EAS GALLA TIN,, SHOT. (On tlhe14th, last Thurshday, considerable ,.ecitemeni t :ui( seuatiLon was created in the lower liend of the valley, by the shooting of (;eo. 1. W«'akefield., late County Commiis jstoner, by his brother-iiin-law, Thomas Street. A greC:t manay versions of tlhe istory ..ool had :1(r'r(elln'Cy .; but as near as we can Sccrt;ain tie tacts, theIy are about as fol lows: The Si reet f:tnmily and Mr. Wake tield had lived neighbors for many yer, .I . v.eal or t\;o ago \Mr. Wakcfield marrhi d ;j"s< Adola Street; they did not get aloll( \cry "';'ll togaelther owing to tile eccentrici t:,(to call them by so mild a name,) of °',Val.(fild. :lnd soon ill will existed betwc( n ti,' Vt\o fmlitics... Soetietrme ago, \Vkaktihld Inlitl l ll, matking sol eimlpropelr a Iv; n S iWoaird a youlig sister of his wite's I)y writ in! ijullting letters-some over his proper .jiulaturntC a11d some witlhout anv si gnature, nit there (coiild Ibe 110o doubt about the au t...

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. — 28 February 1878

MISCELLANEOUS. AER1AL TELEGRAPHY. We have already given items concerning the system of telegraphy without wires, put forth by Prof. Loomis. Doxbtles a fuidler description of his experiments, and results attained and anticipated, will interest many readers. Professor Loomis has been in the mountainous regions of West. Virginia for some months,, coudueting a series of experi Iments with his proposed aerial telegraphy. and has demonstrated finally that telegraphy without wires is practicable. his manner of operating consists of running a wire up to a certain altitude, reaching a particular cur rent of electricity. which. according to Prot. Loomis, can be found at various hights.. At any distance away. this same current can be reached by a wire. and communication can be had immediately. The apparattus neces -sary to bring about this wonder is very situ pie and inexpensive. It has been ascertain ed:that telegraphic communication does not take place over or through the wires, but through ...

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 March 1878

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANIMAN I A JournuaI Devoted to Agriculture, Live-s ck, Home Reading, and General News. ER NG COPY. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, [. T., MARCH 7, '78. NO. 16. 1)L'ifIl51~II~L %1'L'hLY BY El .SLTHERLIN, E1Tit't)It ANI) PItIA)PRETOR T['IM I,(IL' ' M)LT~rA:.LN TILSIIANI)MMAN Is (lcsignetl. to 1e, 7i is ~ie jIL' I liL~ettCS, IL. IlittidiIII ILItumI:L every ýloIti 1111 lLiI, elll'Llb~Ci LLj I i its (&.1)Ln e~lfSiver'A I 1tut lfgie I Ir e,~ Stcl-AL'EM.g _____1 11)VEtT1SNG XACCl: t wek J $ 2$ 3.- $ Si j$ $ 11 $201 $.30 :i~k 1 0-1 12 15 281 40 1 flLoih 5 3 12 15 19~ 21.1 40 I 00 3 IILnnItIf 10 1; 2-1 30 42l 80' 12t) (jiLlInIiI 1ý 'l 36 4.i I 54 li I 1.20' 301) 1 VIIILt 11) 411 60i 75 1 90 j 10.51 1$0.' * 250: f t.'LnxieiLt LnlvctIi, Liismta. lULVIL ICI in aLdvance.fl RCILth ;alto 1 vCLtisL~~CiuetS p!Lalltht '. iLLitelly. 'I'wenfty-IIvil per cen~t. addeIC( for specct.1 advertise ~iet._______ A R[ill ILT U IAL. JUST what kind of a spring we are going: io have is quite uncertain ...

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 March 1878

The Rocky Mountain IIshandmal. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1478. VERILY Montana has a promising future. Every year as the seasons come and go, more clearly demonstrates this trai t. to,ogr mind. Though the past four years have been the hardest ever known, oir people have enjoyed a degree of prosperity un gqualed by any State or Territory hi the Union. The grasshopper plague has de \astated opr fieldsgevery season dturing this period, and yetour farrner have managed tp provi;de their, faunilies txitt plenty, in crease their supply of stpclks, ekilarge their Itrrns, paid.their debts, and are to-day. in a spost prospeyrous condition. Our stock men, without market and prices declining, have also had ,a hrd experience; but by keeping t1ei. lerAs together --selling only enough to pay epenses--they have weathered it through until the bottom has been reached, a new and reliable market opened and prices commenced, placing the business on a lucrative basis. The tide of emigrat...

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 March 1878

LOCANJ *VI ,I > jDw CACNo. 14 South Commercial , fntthorized agents to tran ce Lofist s; contract for advertising, and to D Y LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. K site'l Communications sheld attheir Hall, in DIUeiod City, on the second and fourth iatt rDian of etch month. Sojourning brothers are OPO DnMARKS, attend. 7 EMARKS, W. M. saotI valley tarmners are preparing to w larger crops this spring than ever be ore. u. Ros1NsBAUaI has been running his gang low regularly every day for the past )out. SL. MARKS, Miss Alice ard little hat e are sojourning at the White Sulphur pirillg"A GaO. ; LONS having worked out his dig ing:, inounted his horse Tut sday to see at r his hernis. TtE pupils ot Diamond district school tn erwent an examination, Friday last, in 'hiich they acquitted themselves well. DIR. AND lits.. G. S. IiEVIs, of West allatin, made us a pleasant call this week. u their return froth a two weeks' visit on uilth river. Taos. COONEY'S family. who have spent 1e winter in Dlamond for ...

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 March 1878

LIVE STOCK. ACTION OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN WOOL-GROWERS ASSOCIATION. The proposed reduction of the tariff on wool having awakened the principal wool growers of the State ;o the necessity of some concerted action, in order that their views upon the subject may be forwarded to the representatives of the State at Wash ington, a Special meeting was held :at the American house. Denver, on Thursday of :Jast week, for that purpose. The following were present: W. N. -Batchelder of Fwrt Collins:, W. H. Walker, .of Kiowav; W. Raymond, S. Raymond, S. V. Farnum, S. .JJ.) ott and Noah Cann, of Running creek; M. IL Slater, . IL Wright, L A. Watkins,.Charles McClure aw.l Wm. 'Cole of Denver.; 4... Stagner, editor of the .Farmer. Joseph Kenyoe, the .resident, being ab sent, Win. N. .Batclelder, was, on motion, .called to .thechair. The objectL of the meeting were triuly ex plained. The proposed reduction in the tariff on wool, as contemplates in the bill mow before Congress, demanded euch con ,sidera...

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 March 1878

TIE HOME CIRCLE. 'OLTTII. There are gains for all our losses, There are balms for all our pail; lut when youth the dream departs, it takes something from our hearts And it never comes again. We are stronger, we are better Under manhood's sterner reign; Still we feel that something sweet Fyllowed youth with flying feet, And will never come again. Something beautiful haS vani4Ifed., And we sigh for it in vain; We behold it everywhere, o(I life earth, and in the air, But it never comes again.. -Richard Henrg Stoddard. THE SCENERY OF BERMUDA. itlhotit making cOmparisons, which are paid on good uuntlheity to be odlonus, It may truthinlly affirmed that the scenery, of ;riiiutidt, without ever overcomilng one with nthlusiaosmi. is ever pleasing, and, like a 0oice work of art, or a quiet but thought :11 piece of music, has the inestimable qual ty of improving ol acquaitntance. Its arms are so subtile that,. before. one is a re. It has stolenimiul enduring place In one's clioons. I have seen...

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 March 1878

PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. - -- A GOOD REPORT. EDITOR IUSBANDMAN - I see In your ever welcome paper letters fro m all parts of the country that spew In glowing terms of the o ndition and general pr osperity of most granges throughout rtbe land, but seldom, if ever, see :anythim ihi the way of reports, either pro or con, Ironi Compromise gramn. .1 have no do*Wt buit Patrons in different sections of the 'Verrito ry have long sinee-conme to the eonclusion ,that Compromise," had gonetleatl:" .Ne.ta. The members of Compromise, Itogether .with Shetidan and'Pleasant Valley grargea, ,have awoke to a sense of their finty by meeting on or.atbout the.last of Deoember, .and organizing -a Pomona grar ge, be lieving it to beone-of the first and most 'nm portant stqp towards co-operation, all feel ing satisfied *from the two or three years ex perience they have had separatdy that there could be more good accomplisM and more benefit derived financially 'by ntuiting, as "as in numbers there is strength."...

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 March 1878

it'A EIORT OF THlE BEFEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES *F iIEAGUER COUNTY, M. T. Office of the Co umty Clerk, ) Disulond City, 31. T.., Jeb.. 28. 1878. j g; the Buard of Chuenty, Cwamaissiuners of ]lkagher County, Mlontana Territory GI.:NiLEMEN-L1 l)UlrstIance of law, 1 lerelyithi pirecuit "y nunnual report of the receilt$ atitd cxpCeditures of the county for var etdin;g February 28, 1878. 'tlis report is .1 1hll and complete state aeut of tun debt due from the county, in cluding the acerued hiterest on all outstand lju10ds andii wairraiuts to date, and a de t ýled as ounIt of the receipts Rut! expendi L'tIre 01 the preceding year, showing Iron wham received, and to whia persons and on what accoullnt mloney has bee\t paid. Respectfu1l~ly submtitted) T.E CoL. u!.s, Cyunty Clerk.. The following is a detailed stateluent ofi accounts allowed on the several fluids. dIuIa lug the year COUNTY FUND.. March 7, 1877, '1' E Collins, services as Co. Clerk. for quarter $301 85 Marsh 7, 177, (i A Wuampton,...

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 March 1878

2 COO 00 Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackber U ,U ry, Currants, Grapes, Asparagus Roots, Peach Trees, etc. 100 Selected Vari eties. Great American Strawbe;ries. Largest and best. Berries 2 oz. each, 9 in. around. By mail, 10 for $1: 100 for $5; 1,000 for $40. Wilson Albany, Chas. Downing, Monarch of West, Kentucky, Green Prolific, $2 per I,000. Capt. Jack, Cumberland, Tri4 umph, Sterling, Jocunda $. per 1,000. All Pure. ,$atalogue free. Cut this out, JuOIN S. COLLINS, Moorestown, New Jersey. A. J. DAVIDSON, Manufacturer of and dealer l4. SADDLERY AND HARNESS BRIDLES, V1 IPS FALTERS COLD RS, And everytl ing perusining to the trace. G EN;TINE CONCORD IIARN.ESS Always in stock. Iepairing Dona at Short Notice, And .ýices lower trnn ever before charged in theTerritory. HIDE, WOOL, PELTRIES.and FURS Bought, for which the highest mapRet price will be paid. NO.2 HOLTER'S I3LQCK, HELNNA 1.T. (Next door to Wells, Fargo & Co.) LTIRT EI-ZU ER .UILD SZAD JDB AMERICAN BEJOUR!L Iz OAn_ýe5egaut 8 6...

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. — 14 March 1878

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDMAN . A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock,Iome Reading, and General News. E 10E Ots. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., MARCH 14, '78. NO. 17. !)LiLIS[EL) "WEELt KLY' BY N. N. SUTHERLIN, E DI 1') it RN 1) 1' tO PILt1 ETO IL The Itoig(" M)ou~ AT'r IUTSIAN DMAN I designed o .e, i:»; e In'u1.e illl :otº.,, :a illnlnlllInl ml ! iL every ,, of te term, ciiiembraciin in its col.ntUlus ev'ery trtneo t of A.f.gricltu' ., St)cl~-r:L:iii.g, Hotit uiture. Socita l 1111 I)oIme|stic Eco0nomiy. ADVElt1I'8iIN'4 ATES,. ._--- - ; ---------- ---. ..i,- r ...- L . .; -iO . $-3 $ . $41 11 $2 $':0 tccf 4 7 10 1[ 13 28" 40 uLInIIh 5 8 1'2 ) 1 '2L o 60) Il ,llths 10 I 24 30, , 42 s 80o 120 m niths 18 25 :i 45 54 :I 5 | 120 200 ve1tr 3.) 40 60 7. j _ 0 10 180 2,10 .-,,eat :advertiseime,;t.s pava:'ic. in advance. re ular :tlvcrtiem ment.- payabie ,itm terly. 't.wenty-live per.cent. .tdiLed for ]spec.l.1 advertise AGlRICULTURAL. Iris to be regretted, tht our tarmers pay o little atte...

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 March 1878

T Rocky Iilllltailllllln analln. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, 1MARCHI 14, 1575. THE condition of the stock interests of our Territory is yearly improving. A short time ago cattle of all xinds were a drug on our markets. No outlet had been opened for beef, and none it was believed could ev er be. Home consumption did not require half of our annual product. Our grown steers roamed at large over our valleys, and their owners paid taxes on them while they were not increasing. Men who had gone into the business when prices were high, paying heavy interest for capital to operate on, were failing on all sides. Stock cattle of every description were oflered o:a the market, but there were 11no buyers. Prices camee down--tlown-unlltil first-class stock cattle would scarcely bring $10 per head on an average. But time has brought a change. T1ihe road to the States has been op)ened1, and(1 p)roven practicable, buyers having; learnedl the way thither and driven out our beef, the great citie...

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 March 1878

LO~CAL~ Nf~W - - no. 14 South Conmcrcial ,v t ,;t'. l'l e -'11' & UtlhriU 't agents to tran et1'cLL11 hrtnCue coltrlti'act lr udvertisinf,, and to CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M .tqtel l()11hifjti.ttOfS held atstheiV Inr, `bohr ijvited to at.end. 01 L 1.1 i·C'l(1l 1**Y t~f-i - - GnUI 11"-L b-etL quite unwell the u,,ist week- -- 0.1 13tlitUil gulch, was ovecr thisb \CC'1'1\ - : j.M1'C14t;N rluoxO(- 111-S flta1fy to the bunli llast V; ( P2Al)vn tihettic ata on Oil ) e1 disa king on the C',\ ·i I.ah Of (I11 1I 1!",'o he- aY faruers ore toutgu - \Vt lg '1'imi; 1M(tdsl' ;a says f l)flan("sS Is i~llrellS i1LA, 1 '111(:1 l I i) cli ugs1ito ei g. CAN'fO:N'; ,IHPCIt. la oie-i i'eedli, Ja cob I'OWel' V..'" ini townI Monday. s FIR1' tenti"i' is suthi tumoflhg j urrors for thec A pril ter II I the I )i4 ii't Court. 'XM. I )AM1ILhI, I ,lo-ial Sii arIId Of C'amp hat.er 11 ___10 _____________--l M nda nIli to prospect the bar back at their dig & &- ________________ J. E. SlrEvEN, ort...

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 March 1878

LIVE STOCK. IMPROVING STOCK. D. E. Salmon writes the following paper on this important subject to the Country gentleman : CAN ANIMALS BE LMPROVED ? An able correspondent, writing on the :subject of stock breeding, says: " To breed *stock is only to continue the stock; you are getting nothing more, nothing less. The same breed, with its faults and all its good qualities, is but extended; and it is impos sible, though a million animals were bred, to get anything diflerent trom the old stock. It is the same with a pure or a mixed breed: you continue the pure or the mixed. What ever there ig, and nothing else is transmit ted." (F. G., page 366, 1877.) 1 make this quotation, because it expresses very clearly the opinion of a large portion of our farm ers-an opinion that, more than anything else, prevents the improvement of our na tive breeds of animals, and renders unsue cessful attempts to replace them with im proved ones. In the papers on breeding, which were published in the last volu...

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 March 1878

ALONE. _in alone in the house to-night, alld I dreami of the scenes of log ago; i liordn as ar fics that have passed from sight In i, " -drc,• ,are flitting to and fro. i a1girl again, in the old farm house And tile annaraclks sway to the opelndoor! nd my mother site in the old arm chair. Ah! only in dreams shall we see he pore. nd m1V well loved brother, a child again; is planning some childiih work of a:t. it his grave is by lay mother's own, tAnd the memory crushes my aching heart. e brothers and sisters are gathered igain, \nid we j,,in in the innocent games and glee, 11 the old house rings with the laup and song; id time and itichlanges are naughtto me. Sfilther again in the prime of life, ¶ith his brown 1l)oks clustered ha1ve his brow ich thef.' :4t of ages have silverid and thinned. ind his iace ij furrowed by sorrow now. e brothers and sisters are scattertd far, rie old house. by strangers is now called home. e grave holds its precious burdel close, tnd to-night with these m...

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 March 1878

SHELENA PRODU CE MARKET. HELENA, March 11, 1878. The markets the past week have shown a great depression, and are completely over stocked. There seems to be no demand for anything. The wholesale transactions for the week closed at the following prices.: Flour, $4.00. Wheat, ý1.75a2.15. Oats, $2.10.2.20. B arley-brewers'-$2.2 5"@,2.S0. °Barley-feed--$2.00. r'an and Shorts. $l.50(,l$1.75. Pe:s--chopped-2.25('9)250. TI'eas--seed-$2.50 S.@$2.75. ,.Butter, 40@50c. Eggs, 30c.(@4c;e. Potatoes, $100(i1U.25. Pork-gross--;(.00®$8.00. Pork-net-$().00(@$10.00. , Chickens. $6.00()10.00 per doz. Turkeys, $3.50@:$3.50 each. Fislh-lG(@20c. per lb. lany. dull at $10.00 per ton. Wood, $4.00(! $6.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANIDRY. IN MEMORIAM. WnXenV&s, It bath pleased our Almighty F.'ather to call from our midst our sister 3Margaret A. Chatlin, who died February 1S, A. D).. 1878. Resolved, That in the death of Sister Chafliu, a charter member of Corvallis Grange No. 17, our Order has lofst a wor...

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 March 1878

C------- TE ---C- Il~' THE TERRITORY. The Walker Bros. shipped tiOe silver T )ri s t week, weighing reIpectively 1.SIS. 157. 1i,877 and 1,885 outic, while Sill fine("s tIhey range from 985 tOS97, in sil iv., an(d from S.9 to 9.9 gold. The result of Mr. S. '1'. laucr's inter view with the citizens of Butte, ii the sub cjvt of cntritbuting towards tie construe oinl of a line of tel(egraph to thiý toown, was that the tan of 140( was im ndii:tely sub .crilewd towi'rd 'this most Intu()ple purpose. Blutte's pride, is her new scel'ol buildling,n a(ciou.~ 0( 4legintl stiltur(', i lotUy, w11-1lightedd and well-ventilla'ed roomns. ''The hugte smelter at G leithI - ill hc set to v(rhk iis wtlek upnl 00 ii ofs of e now ou hbind. This ::)mot will keep it busy ahout six days.--Mbncr. (lreel g'ras st,,rti'ng pleoity; spring vir tnlly op(eed on the 1il ter l .oot valley. Ilitter !thoot farnu(,rs nrec do)owing , prepar atory 1() puliing in their s ri n .ls "ol. The Sld news Ieat !i ha- :i( (,tere(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. — 14 March 1878

MISCELLANEOU8. VALUE OF NORTH CAROLINA MINES. It is not generally known, even within the old North btate, much less in other parts of the world, that more gold bearing land lies within her domains than are to be found in the State of California; and yet such is the true state of the case. Thousands are even now emigrating to the Pacific Coast, at large expense, who could enter the mines at either Virginia or North Carolina and ac cumulate more wealth in ten years than can be made in California during the same time, and not run the risk of losing one's scalp at the hands of some savage, either; besides, much better homes are to be found in the Aatlantic States. We have before spoken of this in these columns, and do so again, that we may impress it upon the minds 'of our many readers who anticipate a change during the early spring. Men of small means can now enter the mines with fair show of success, whereas ij former times it required men of immense capital to operate. at all. During...

Publication Title: Rocky Mountain Husbandman
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