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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rocky Mountain husbandman. — 4 April 1878

NATURE'S NOBLEMEN. Tell me not he is a poor man, That his dress is coarse and bare, Tell me not his daily pittance Is a workman's scanty fare. Tell me not his birth is humble, That his parentage is low; Is he honest in his actions ? That is all I wish to know. Is his word to be relied oil ? lias his character no blame? Then I care not whence his birthplace, Then I care not whence he came. Would he from an unjust action Turn away with scornful eye ? Would he, than defraud another, Sooner on the scaffold die ? Would he spend his hard-gained earnings On a brother in distress ? Would he succor the afflicted, And the weak ones' wrongs redress ? Then he is a man deserving Of my love and my esteem, And I care not what his birth-place To the eyes of man may seem, Let it be a low-built shanty, Let it be a clay-built cot, Let it be a barn or manger, In my eyes it matters not. And if others will disown him, As inferior to their caste, Let theml do it, I'll befriend him As a brother to the last...

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. — 4 April 1878

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. HZLELA, April 1, 1878. Sales for the past week have been active, owing to the tall off in supply. The follow ing figures were realized on the week's transactions, and continue to rule the mar kets : Flour, $4.00. Wheat, .r2.35. Oats, $2.25@2.30. Barley--Are wers'-$2.25@2.75. Bia rl ey-feed-$2.00. Bran aud Shorts, $1.50@$1.75. P1eas-chopped-$2.30. P'eas-seed-none int market. ]hButter-none in market. Eggs, 30c. 40c. Potatoes, $1.50 per ton. Pork-gross-$6.0.@$S.00. Iorrk-net-$9.00( $10.00. Chickens, $10.00@$12.00 per doz. Turkeys, $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish--l@.20c. per lb. Hay. dull at $10.00 per ton. Wood. S5.00(.$5.50 per corld. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. FARMERS' CLUBS. We hear ef the organization of more than the uiual Dumber of farmers' clubs. But therek is rcom and use for twice as many more. All the courts of the country have been turned into debating clubs for the im )provement of the lawyers, and they are thus at heavy expense to the farmers, preparing themselve...

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. — 4 April 1878

FA3MING U1- THE YELLOWSTONE. Every day for two weeks past many per conS have been arriving and departing from ontl tohe Yellowstone valley. They are piurchasing agricultural implements ; seed, toc horses, cattle and chickens for their etw homes in in the new country they are settli.ug, and where they are making them helves permanent homes. All the points and p1)ils on the Yellowstone river, which hold out induccments for settlers, have their quota . 'hardy piolcers who have gone to work in real earnest to miake t.hemnselves hones :tnl home com(loirts. Four months hence, when tl:e traveler wends his way tlroug'hI the Yellowstone valley he will meet a very available place enterprising set tiers who will have made commencements at furnning, and every evidence of a prospec. tive prosperous country uand happy and eon tenited people. This advance guard of civil izatiom, of course, will have some hardships and drlawl)acks-many hard licks in erecting their houses, fences, and making irrigat...

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. — 4 April 1878

IISCELLANEOUS. THE modern baking powders, as a rule, consist of tartaric acid and carbonate of so da, which evolve the necessary gas, when in contact with water, to make the bread light, leaving behind a residue of tartrate of soda. In practice,, they are made by mixing to gether these two substances (first thorough ly dried and pounded) in nearly equal pro portion, and then diluting the mixture thus made with any cheap material-such as flour or rice--so as to add to the bulk, and enable an apparently greater quantity of baking powder to be sold for a given sum. Many excellent food authorities have ob jected to the use of baking powders thus made, on the ground, that It behooves us to be careful how we add to the already suf ficiently large amount of mineral matter which we naturally consume daily. We should, hesitate before we advised. the whole bread, of a family to be th;u prepared, though for some of the minor articles of food only occasionally used, tl!iy may do little harm. Un...

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. — 11 April 1878

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HUSBANDIMAN I .4 I . A Journal llevoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. 1 PER SLE COt'. VOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., APRIL 11, '78. NO. 21. )L;BLISIIED WEEKLY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, ED ITO1t A )ND PROPRItETO1I Tho locv MotU rAIN IIusuANDMAN Is designed to, as the name itllcatte, a hisbtanldinar_ tL every ;,.,ceof the term, ellulcilng in its coiliflns every Itm;peitnlt of Agriculturelll', Stock-raini3g, lHorti , tlre. Social anid Domestic nEconolilv. Al VE1ItT1ISING LrATES. Ik $ %3 $ 5 $7I $: $11 1 $20 $30 2 weeks 3 4 7 10 12 15j 28 40 Smouth l 5 8 12 15 19 21 40 60 3itonths 10 16I 24 I30 36 4' 80 120 6 molnths 1 23 30 45 54 (i I 120 '200 1 yeýi 310 40 60 75 900_ 105 I 180 ~ 'fiisiciit idlvertisen-ents paval,-ie in advance. ItReular addvcirtiseinents payiable lIa ll terly. Twenty-lvec per cent. added for specal.1 advertise AGRICULTURAL. Tl~E Avant Courier concludes a recent ar ticle on the prospect of Montana farmers with the following: "'The p...

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. — 11 April 1878

The Rky olltIl lluBan nal. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL II, 1878. WE give elsewhere an account of the ter rific storm which swept over Colorado and W .oming a short time since, entailing great loss to the live stock interest of those sec tions. We regret to learn of the misfortune of our neighbors, since the disaster, though terrible enough, will .be greatly magnified abroad, and is liable to deter many from en rering the business in that region. It is for tunate, indeed, that such do not happen more than once in a deecade. Were it other wise, the stock business could not flourish under such heavy losses. Well may our stock and wool growers congratulate them selves that they have cast their lot in the favored land of Montana. Here our pastoral lands are not crowded, and we have no parching drouths to cause starvation among our flocks and herds: no floods to deluge our valleys and sweep them away : no mer a'less storms of snow. sand and sleet to en tomb them alive or driv...

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. — 11 April 1878

So No. 1'4 outh Conmmercial t."fLV o, _ a .ea.ut'horizedt agents to tran .,.1 (t. e"Lous, cont-rl.. t for advertibilg, and to vct . .ubscriptionts. IAIMOID CITY LODGE No.2',, A. F. and A. M. Stltel Communictions held attheir lall, ý,i in )iaml (City, on the seconid andl toi rth 'tin ~ tu of each month. SOolrning barotrl as : iit (or'dially invited to attend. roter at r P's ...OLPf • .MARKS, W . M. (tI(LxorT (I..l,.l, secretary. _.-.=7.. .."2-_. -- :-- --Y - '-_-: 7 -7-:...Z . . PI.AT. (3l lil:N was in fromn the Missouri dlley Tuesdaiy. C. IW. CooK, of Smith river, is visiting friend5 in Gallatin county. IoIIINS; season, the busiest time of the year for rwool growers, will commence in a fw days __ - 1Mn. and WMrs. «. E. Tierney, of Canton. (rl'iled upon their Diamond friends a fdw :L MINER of Confederate gulch lost a val ,:il)le nimerstchalu pipe last week. "Jerry" ,(his pig) cnt it up. C(II.ALE'Y BAR iKElR c111 over from White's Slulch on Tuesday. The pay streak contin ,nes to pan: ...

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. — 11 April 1878

LIVE STOCK. THE COLOR OF CATT LE. EDITOR HUIBANDMAN: I noticed a few weeks since an article in your paper in which you made mention of a bull, saying he was well tormed and unob jectionable in every way 'except in color, which was a light roan. In this you will find some readers who differ with you in opinion. For my part I cannot see why there should be airy preference given to col or. The most beautiful bulls I have seen in Montana were of a light gray color, and their offspring appears to be as large, well formed, thrifty, and in all appearance, make as fine beeves as other cattle. In fact I am inclined to the belief that to breed a red cow to a white or light roan bull is advantagous. The blending of colors seems to have the same affect as the mixing of families, i. e., to improve them in thriftness. In horses, the roan or gray is the most preferable. T'he French horse or Percheron-Norman, which is of this color, is the hardiest and best formed for strength, and is a superior an...

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. — 11 April 1878

GRO IVN APART. t en name, yet two in heart, ely, but surely, grown apart: ddet f all bad sights to see re from his own sweet bonds set free. Vin apart--through the lagging years- ar files, 01or sighs, nor melting tears r acall love's rose to the cheek again, t thrill tie heart with its precious pain. owing apart-for evermore- llker worm at the very core, urn of all the sweets of life: un1loved husband, unloved wife." Swell! they have had their little days me flowers bloom only, and die, in May; i d if these have missed the summer's prime, d riper fruits of the autumn time ,owing only the drought of one, id failing the other's blasts to shun; ere yet may be garnered in each sad heart eaves that have ripened and grown apart. .--a. n for the Rocky Mountain Husbandman.] FROM MY CORNER, ave wandered out Ott the "Sunny Hill this lovely morning, to gain, if might roil the scene around me, expression e thoughts and feelings passing through wind. But in vain I essay to frame into words such ...

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. — 11 April 1878

HELENA PRODUCE MARKET. IILENA. April 8, 1878. The markets still remain brisk. The de mand for the past week has been good. The following figures were realized on the bulk ,nf the transactions during the week and con ;#inue-to rule the market up to date: SFlour, $4.00. Wheat, 02.35. ,Oats, $2.2t(42.35. Barley-brewers'-$2.2,.@2.75. :Rarley-4eed-$2.00. Bran and Shorts. $1.50@$1.65. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-sed(l-nofl)e in market. Butter-40@50e. Eggs, 35c. .Potatoes, $1.50 per ton. Pork-gross-$S.00. Pork-net--l10.00. Chickens, $I0.0tt0@$12.00 per doz. ,Turkeys, $3.00@0q)3.50 each. Fish- 16@620c. per lb. Iay. dull at $10.00 per ton. Wood. $5.00@$5.50 per cord. PATRONS OF IHUSBANIBRI THE aqctive working Granges in Tennessee now number 566, with a membership now ranging between 12,000 and 15,000. Four years ago the Granges utumbered 1.106, with a membership of about 80.000. Of the en tire number of Granges organized 100 never held a second meeting. Prominent Grang ers say that the Order is...

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. — 11 April 1878

FOREIGN NEWS. _and FU--ce-- s---- , Apri 3.-The Earl of Leitrim in Biis residence at Miltord shortly before ili clock yesterday morning, accompanied ha: lii clerk, and was driving on an ofttside fiv lto I)clitY, to meet his solicitor. H1I al- of to clrried armi. It is supposed that the c1 .sius concealedt themselves behind a low sm hantkn ent between the road and the plan- ma io, anud that having first shot the Earl, on ,v shot the clerk and driver so there niight ot o w sitesses, is Lordship's valet was li hno tiabout a nile behlind, and, on Conm- of tli, fouitl his piaster and clerk lying itl on the lroad. Life wa's still in the dri- pe; The aisasins lleanwlilc escaped in a; t:I aIcross MIulroy Bay. The valet drove ca cg to Mto elrd and alarmed the police, t o0, COIlinig to the place, found the driver th ii alive, but unconseious. th orw Yoait, April 3.--A dispatch to the 1) .imunie from D)ulblin states that the assaassi- t tli0 of Lord Leitrilm and his two atteln uts was the resu...

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. — 11 April 1878

IISCGLLANIEOJS. NOTES ON PRESERVING WOOD. An increased demand for one of the resi dual coal tar products of gas manufacture is likely to arise. at no distant day. for the purpose of preserving wood from rot, and from t.e action of the various marine worms that so rapidly destroy woodwork in salt water. By permission of the Directors of the American Society of Civil Engineers, a paper of great interest in this connection was read by Mr. E. R. Andrews. of Boston: specimens of woodl were exhibited which has been treated .) years. and in constant use in railroad ties which showed no signs of decay. The process. as described, con sists in extracting the sap from green wood, placed "in vaceuo." and then tilling the pores thus emptied of their sap with creo sote oil under a pressure of from 60 to 100 pounds. Results obtained abroad have established the practicability of the process. and its per feet success in preserving timber. A writer in the Jour na of Forestry gives the following on pr...

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. — 18 April 1878

OtCKY M IO UN IAIN HK SiBAN DIMAN I .o . A Journal Devoted to Agriculture, Live-stock, Home Reading, and General News. PER 10 CtOPY. rOL. 3. DIAMOND CITY, M. T., APRIL 18, '78. NO. 22. _ " --' -- - -- .. m. - m - ·· - - -. - - nmmmm mm Bl1SIIElD W ELK:LY BY R. N. SUTHERLIN, EI) 1TOIt A N D Plt.O PRIETOIR' -, .),,-T-'r.t': IIvus' A Dx.s A- is designed o ti~ h0a 0 inic,.ates, a hus.iuldlrna.t . . every tl'the , r 0 inrAci;g n its :ctunits every o"the . ri'ulturIe, Stock-raitihg, lHorti tone n th t, gt, - Io fc t t 1 t V1 1 S '- 71 10 12 15 28 40 h I 1 16 ; 1 ' , l I 4. 0 120 tit 10 , 1 ;,3 45i 5 5 120 200 tI· 1, 16 'L I ,5ol I Io.., . 0l 1,, th 3* + I : . 0 . I . O 105. 180 - 10 : -ient Ici ,rtide ,ncIts p a). ,.t. il :ad it't O. it :civortisemeinti pni Qyabidu terly. 'il-live per cent. added forspos . l advertise AGRICULTURAL. i: agricultural papers of the W'etern as speak in the'hlighest terms of the En alogical Commnission, say that.it has ac lished a great work for the people of e...

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. — 18 April 1878

The Rocky lontain Hlusban ,aI. R. N. SUTHERLIN, Editor. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1878. THILE propensity of the human family to borrow trouble is perhaps no more strongly developed in the people of Montana than in those of other countries, yet, go where you will throughout .our Territory, wherever there are two or three gathered together discussing the events of the day, you will hear more or less speculation in regard to calamities which the signs of the times indi cate are soon to befall the country, of ex tremes extraordinary likely to be reached, and a thousand and one unheard of difficul ties to be encountered, which are the sole coinage of a class of chronic grumblers to appease their fault-finding appetites. Six months ago they busted themselves paint ing the terrors of the pending winter, and enumerating imaginary losses to be entailed upon the live stock interest; but the clerk of the weather, not deigning to be dictated to, remitted the winter altogether, thus teaching the would...

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. — 18 April 1878

LOCAL NIWS. pnRcIE Co., No. 14 South Commercia . Loi3, are our authorized agents to tran buS Ie.s, contract for advertising, and tc D CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M. stiCted Commnlnications held at their Hall, n Diamond City, on the second and fourth aturdayS of each month. Sojourning rother are cordially invitod to attend. rother JEOOLD MARKS, W. M. T ECKER, Secrctary. District Court will convene Monday, ,AUIRBAC & KLEIN are dipping eep. 'oYNE, of Helena, is ruralizing at ite Sulphur Springs. R.YNOLDS, of Smith river, returned isit to the Capital this week. osty coronet of the ice-king sparkles a the brow of the floral queen. RBERRY'S flock and Smith Bros. iell.tlock have commenced lamb 'OLLINS, our efficient County Clerk. from a brief visit to Helena Mon grasshoppers are said to have per lug warm days of last week by the Rum is making an excellent arti ter, and is prepared to supply a mers regularly. FLEMING has rented the Masonic the use of the Court, the coming Court House...

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. — 18 April 1878

LIVE STOCK. __I--~- -- --·-~- 4-~5----I OUR contemporay, the Bozeman Times, makes the following suggestions in regard to a division and classification ot the stock ranges of our Territory : " The stock ranges of Montana. are very ,extensive, and suflticient for the wapts of the stock raisers now here, and thos.j'who may come for many years ahead, and$ they can very easily acommondate themselves to Ssuch exigencies as may present themselves. There need be no clashing of interests be tween the cattle, horse and sheep interests as there is room and scope enough for all. They can agree among themselves, for in stance, that the sheep raisers may occupy a certain region to themselves, unmolested by any other stock. The cattle men may ,do the same. No legislation is needed, or ,will be, where the people are disposed to regulate the grazing grounds in their own special interests. The sheep may be,herded in the Mluscleshell valley; the cattle pn the Yellowstone as they seem to be divided eve...

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. — 18 April 1878

2'HIE EDITOR'S GRAVE. Tie swardi "as damp with falling dew, The s11owLn1 wind around me blew, And sadly came, from wood and glade, A dirge for him so b vly laid. The vault let down its somber gray, N igt turned her key upon the day, And, near and far, on moving mote, rIy dreamy sorrow seemed to float. As flits the soul when death is near, And pulse grows low with ebbing fear, .So sped my life at every breath, Which closer drew me unto death. As weeping makes the soul divine, :iy spirit rose fromT its decline, .And lay, above my tears, at rest, I;y chastening sorrow calmand blest. ,Erc yet the shades obscured my view, And round him Gloom his mantle drew,, ,Upon the West's entombing roll 1 traced the embers of his soul; And in the tinges mingling there, ,I saw Life's contest with Despair, And in the last dissolving ray, One noble spirit fade away. •The sun, the glory, all is past, And buried in the depths at last. What recks it now, hislabor done, The garlands he had lost or won ? By ...

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. — 18 April 1878

SHELENA P . UCE MARKET. --Z.NA, April 15, 1878. I'The markets the past "eek show a steady increase in demand. The sales ot grain have been brisk, the prices advanced, and the tendency still upward, while the de mand continmues good. The )ollowing fig ures rule: Flour, $4.00. Wheat, 02.40®$2.50. Oats, $2.35(@2.40. Barley-brewers'-$2.25@2.75. Barley--feed-$2.00. Bran and Shorts. $1.50®$1.75. Peas-chopped-$2.30. Peas-seed-none in market. Buitter--&bK c. Eggs-40 0. Potatoes, 1~.50.per ton. Pork--gr'oss-u$.00. Pork-net-$10.00. Chickens, $10.00@$12.00 per doz. Turkeys. $3.00@$3.50 each. Fish--1620c. per lb. lHay- $10.00 per ton. Wood. $5.00 per cord. PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY. 4REDUCTION IN FEEI~ AND DUES. $ecrdtary C. C. Post notifies us that the amendment to the constitution of the Na toneal Grange te eucing the fees of member ship ina subordinate granges to three dol lars for men and one dollar for women, has been ratified and is How in force. The tees to State grange in future, and beg...

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. — 18 April 1878

. THE TERRITOBY. Thle farmers of upper Bozeman creek are well advanced in spring work. The ground ij nearly prepared for' upwards of 1.000 acres of grain, about two-thirds of it oats, the 1)tala;tl wheat, with some barley. 'T'he 1reosperous and well-to-do look about the farms is very noticeable, especially those of Ellis Bros., S. Rufficer and M. Flaharty, whose neat and comlortable dwelling houses, numerous outbuilding, good fences and fat horses betoken the thrifty and sue (essltul farmer. -Cour'ier. Plursuant to adjournment the Trustees of the Montana Collegritte Institute met at the Court Ilouse, Monday evening, April 8. E. 1I. Irvine was elected Chairman and 1. 11. Zenor Secretary. A majority of the Trustees being present the election of permanent officers was an 1iounced in order and the following persons were elected to serve for the ensuing year: President, E. II. Irvine; Vice.President, W. A. Clark; Secretary, Thos. Stuart; Treasurer, II. II. Zenor. E. IH..Irvine, W. A. Cla...

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. — 18 April 1878

IISCELLAHEOIS. MUSCULAR POWER. Fick and Wisli-enus proved, in 1865, that muscular power is to a great extent pro duced by the oxidation o; non-nitrogenous substances, such as fat. Frankland de termined to put the matter beyond dispute by determining the amount ot potAlial en ergy locked up in muscle, and its chiet pro ducts of oxidation-urea, urie acid, and hil puric acid. A nlumber of tables are given in the memoir, showing the amount of act ual energy developed by one grain of vari- i ous articles of food when oxidized in thej body. These tables show that 055 lb. ot fat will perform the work of 1"15 lb. of i cheese. 5 lbs. of potatoes. 1"3 lb. of flour or pea-meal. or of 3j lbs. of lean beef. The following conclusions were drawn from the author's results, coupled with those of Fick and Wislicenus : 1. " -A muscle is a machine for the con version of potential energy into mechan ical force. 2. ". The mechanical force of the muscles is derived chiefly, if not entirely, from the oxida...

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