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TIIEDAILY INDEPENDENT: HELENA. MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 1889.
ADVENTUREWITH A BULL.
AT^as Stockman Saved from a^Horrible Fate by aa^Outlaw.
TerribleGame of ^ Touch-Wood ^^with a Maddened and^Infuriated Animal.
ASuperh Display of Hor^rman^hlp, Fol-^lowed by ^ lIainl-to-Han^l^Kigbl anil Victory.
Mr.CharlM I)avii!i^ou, n well-known^dlockmnu of this vicinity, relates a diUKn-^lax und well m^li 1st til adventure, which be^^fell rim in the valley of the Krnukliu monn-^tninfi. lying north of this place, save a Ys-^leta, Tiius, elespi.tcu to tho Atlanta, Consti^^tution. Your ce^. respondent calling on^Lira learned the following ntirticiiliirs,^which he ,,'ives in Mr. Daviaou'sown words: j^^I hud mlilcn out to n rtinch owned by a ,^men namoel lilake. about twenty miles from !^my place, for the. purpose of looking at a lot^of imported sheep he had (M Nile. Ml wur |^retarniug when I met a Mexican with a^broken arm hobbling along tho road, who |^told me that ,\b;illhadoharged him the day ;^before and flung him mto a wauir hole,1^breaking his arm and bruising him severely^all over. The bull vua a r.ild one from tnc^monnlaius, and daugeroUBly savage from^Home cause. Yon may not I e aware of the^fact, but some years ago^litteui or twenty^now^there was a large drove o! rattle Mam-^peded near herj by the Indiana niiel driven^into the nionuf aina, where they cseaptd and^in the course of time grew perfectly wild,^for they were of a breed quite uusuited to^this county. They are very shy and are^rarely known lo have the mountainous^ncigiita, but a bnll sometimes, when driven^oil from his held by a stronger rival, will^descend to the valleys, nui often prove a^dangerous foe to encounter even on horse^^back.
The.Mexican warmd mo that the one he^had been attatued by was, doubtless, still^in the neighborhood, and that it would^stand me in band to keeps lookout fa 'him.^I had ridden on I mile or two when 1 dis^^mounted to drink of a little running stream^I had reached, and to ent my lunch. My^horse 1 left standing, without taking the^precaution of tying hini. He was a young^mustang, as nervous as A woman, and^without any apparent cause that 1 could^discover, threw up his hf ad all of a sudden,^Hlid broke down the valley in a mad gallop,^carrying, of course, mv saddle, Willi uiy^belt containing my pistols, which I bad^rather foolishly rtmoved from my waist an^hour or two before, and hung from thehorn^of my saddle.
Therewas nothing fa it but to follow .^the horse on foot, so off I put in as bad ai^humor as you cm imagine, for 1 was^already fatigued with my long ride, and a^trauip of perhaps miles was anyt hing but^inviting. 1 trudged on for an hour or two.^until my feet were cut and blistered by the :^sharp rocks, and had sat down to rest near^a clump of cot ton wood t rees, one of great^size and the rest of them mere saplings. At^that moment 1 heard a lond roar ;.nd a^crash in a bush In hind n.e. and Ml IMI d.^at a terrific pace, a huge hint k bull, eharg- r^ing straight at me. I had only ju~t time to^throw myself to one side flat on the ground^its he thundered by me. My next move was^to make for the clump of cothmuoods,^which I succeeded in reaching jusi as tin^bull turned iiuum. My hat had fallen to^the earth as I ran, and this the animal in w ^^Attacked with a ferocity and unu'dened^rage that showed me how little meiey would j^lie shown the M when his turn came, !
Havingloin the hat to pieecs with horns^and hoofs and having smelted ine out. he^commenced a circuit around the trees,^stamping, pawing and bellowing fright- I^fully. VVith his bloodshot ey^ s and long,!^sharp horns he looked like a demon. 1 was^quite unarmed, having by some unlucky^chance, neglected to put in my knife in^leaving home, and my pistols, us I said be^^fore, being in uiy saddle, and 1 w is MM n i^nnto death. The situation was a desperate^one, and my only chance consisted in doelg-^ing the bull round the trees until he should^be tired out, aud this was, indeed, a faint^hope, for the animal seemed fresh and war^^ranted to outlast the strength of tin men.^The bull charged again and again, some^^times coming against the treeM with such^force that he fell on his knees, sometimes^bending the saplings behind which 1 stood^until his horns almost reached me. There^was not a branch of the ono large tree luu^enough lo seize and climb up, and I had no^time in which to scale it between the bnll*s^cha rges.
Howlong this awful game o[ 'tonch-^wood' lantcei I canno tell, lor after the' irst^excitement of aedf-pie. ervatioi! p is-ed off.^weariness Again took |e^;scsMoii ol ire. ;u:d^It required all the instinct aud krpa of lib^in me to ki 11 me on my feet. Ken ral^^ lines the bull left me for a few se-coudn,^pacing suddenly away, bellowing bis malig^^nant discontent of my refusal to come forth^and be trampled and gored todoatb, but be^^fore I coulJ cross over to a better posit ion^he always came back nt fr.ll apt ed. My^tongue began to cleave to the roof of my^month, my eyes grew hut and niiaty, my^knees trembled under me, while a ringing^in my tars warm d mo that natntv v. ii ox.^hnnsted, and J felt it impossible to hold out^until dark.
Atlength I grew desperate, and ,U U r-^mincel to make a run for the opposite covert^the moment the bull turned from me again.^1 felt MM 1 was doomed, and thought of it^tu.til I .'.dually began to Welcome the idea^of ltd ending in any way. The bull .ecu d^to know I was worn out, and grew more^rapid and fierce in bis ohnrgis, but just^when 1 was going to sit down uttuYr ll.e^(treat tree and le^t him do his wonit, I heard^Dm rattle of a horse among the rocks above,^mid a shout that sounded like the voice of^r.n angel. Then came the burking of a dog^nnd the loud reports of a utock whip, but^the bull, with bis devilish eye* llted Set me,^never moved. t'p came a horseman at^full speed, and crack fell the lasu on^the bull's black hide, while the blood^spurted out in a loBj streak. The Mimal^turned cuvauely and clmru'd tin In.ra in; :i^In llowing with aaionished rage and pain,^but the horse wheeled r.round ju-t enough^to baltle Mm EM more^and tMtia the lnnb.^descended, cnitir.g like n long ilexihlo raz^or; bnt the infuriated bull was not to be^beaten off with t whin^he chan-cd again^and kjmin, Bttl hi had ilcI his match, for^rit,lit and 1 ft, as needed, thn wiry Spanish^in ue turned, sometime s on her MM, some-^limea on her fore legs. It wan t lio most,^ruafrniliceiit exhibition of equestrianism l j^ever saw, and I actuallv totmM ray fatil m^end exhau .tion while-1 WatoIM d it,
MyMMMt now Mooted something,^leaped from his horse-, and i trode forward^to meet the hull with an ope n !;n [, t,. iwet n^his Ueth. As the beast low,-, d Lis U . id to^charge ho seemed to catch him bv t he horns^^Jheie was a strougle, a elo'id of dust, |^suiraning like two rrong ^,c:, riling. | !^couirl not seeclcarh. boll lie niX, im,mtn,^the bmlwason hu back, wit', bl.-al^welling iroiu his throat, and his iMlba CI jiv-
ESC:CJ^\!T111; 1 ,!ecoveted With
dustand blood, came up to me then, aavinc^Apparently r.r, unconscious of triumph aa if^he had bee-n killing a favU in a slaughter^house. 'He i dead enouvh now, sir- lie^Ml trouble anybody any more.' I walk-^ert two or three paces, tu-.e.ird tlieelead^beust. when my senses .'ailed mo ar.d 1^fainted. When I came to mvsoif my hoise '^was standing near me Hoito ft DOM, end^mv strange rescuer had withdrawn ft few^fed, and was watcuing me int. bUt, I went ,^op to him, and. thanking hnu for the ser |^vice rendered uie. inquired the name of him^to whom I owed my life. The man laughed 1^r. little, and then replied: '^ W^ 11. 1 don't '^mind telling you under ti e rire:: ^^1 am^,' No, I'll leave his name uut^!d^he^waa on ontlaw r.nd a fogitire from justice,^b it ho certainly saved am from a cruel I^death, and he was the line st horseman I^aver taw.
ofcases, and yon may depend upon it that^when a child takes the croup, it ia wholly^owing to the negligence of its parents.^True croup never appears without due and^timely warning; a few hours or ft day or^two before the attnek, the child becomes^hoarse. This hoarseness is the first indica^^tion of croup, and is a srrre sign that croup I^is to follow, unless promptly and prmierly^treated. The free use of Chamberlain's^Cough Remedy a* directed with each bottle,^under the beading, ^to prevent croup,^ will j^dispel all lymptoma of the disease. The l^first aign of croup, hoarsesxms, may be oyer-^lo. ^ked by vomg mothers or thoae not fa^^miliar with the disease. Vnder such cir-^enmstanoea, or when not properly treated,^the hoarseness becomes more marked and^tl'e child shows ayniptouis of having^taken cold, then a peculiar rough^cough is developed. Even at^this state Chambe-rlnin's Cough^Kimedy will preinent the croup, but after^the cough has developed, the croup ia liable^to appear at any moment. The proper wap^is to keep a bottle of this remedy at hand.^It costs but fifty cents and only a few doses,^or ut most, not over one-thirel of a bottle is^required to dispel all symptoms of the dis^^ease. Can you afford to risk so mnch for so^little r There is not the least danger in giv^^ing this remedy in large and freeineut doses,^which are always required, ns it contains^no injurious subi tauce. As a proof of this^fact, we refer to John I.. Olson, of Ilea^Mo.a. s, la., whose lU-ycar-old boy drank^the entire contents of a fifty oeut bottle of^Chamberlain's Cough Reumdy without the^h ast injury. For sale by H. M. Farchen a^Co.
Begg'sCherry Cough Syrap.
Isfriving splendid aatisfnotion to the^trade and the sales are positively marvel^^ous, which can be accounted for in no^other way except that it is without doubt^the best on the market. Ask for and be^sure vou get the genuine. We keep it. it.^S. Halo ii Co., Drugists.
DFS. LIEBIG ^ CO.
PerfiM.D^ntly Located at Southeast Cor.^^ier of BroHdwfty and Main Streeta,^Butte City. Private Entrance^No. 8 East Broadway.
VVIiiitllo Vou Know
Aboutthe Superb Pullman Dining Cars^which hi.ve been recently plnoed in service^via ilie I'uion l'uciiic, ^The Overland^Houte^^ i hey run on tho fast Vestibule^Express between Council Hluffs and Denver^and on ^T he Limited l ast Mail^ between^t .i 1 liltiffs and I'eirtlaud.
Ifyou want to ge-t n sumptuous meal^whilo traveling, don't fail to take the tram^on which theseDinem run. Meals, which^cannot be surpassed in any of the tirst-clas,^hotels in the country, ore served iu tueto^cars ai 7jc. each.
Furniture,Caroets, Stoves, Crockery and
TheVerdict Cuanlmoui.^W. D. Hult, druggist, llippus, Ind., testi^^fies: ^I can recommend Electrio Hitters as^the very best remedy. Every bottle sold^Iiha given relief in every oase. One man^took six bottles and was cured of rheuma^^tism of ten years' standing.^ Abraham^Hare, druggist, Belleville, Ohio, affirms:^^ Tin' st selling medicine I have ever^handled m n^v twenty years' experience, is^Eleotrio Hit ten.^ Thounnnds of others^have added tLeir test uuony, so that the ver^^dict is uuauin uftS that Electric Hitters do^cure all eliaeases of the liver, kidneys or^blood. Only half a dollar a bottle ut It. rj.^Halo ^. Co.'s drug store.
Noticeto Clergymen.^All clergymen who wish to muke npplica^lion for annual half-faro permits for 18SW^over the In ion 1'acitic lines, are hereby re^^quested to call at this office, i'm North Main^s'leet.A. E. Veazik,
Theblood is the source of health. K*^ep it pur
I.;laKia.- Il^i. 1' ^ N ^-.,! .Iill.l peculiar
hiits curative power.
rp KCBOTI 'HEK,
Alton.. .^ I aw.
lioldHMM Miuimi and l umniereial Law.^^ A. LATH HOI',
ImmmMaiwnie Block, Helena, M r.'.
ImMI. Hniley lluil.tins', Helena, Montana.
JD. U ELAHtltTY.
Cndertaker.108 Warren Street. Telephone 210.
YWllLilN K. UAHBOCR,
Attorneyand ( 'nnnsellor at Law.^Masonio Tmupie, Helena. Hunt.
yOOLTOLK4 BKOWN1NO,^Att/^rnoy-at-Law.^204 Dearlioru strn-t. Chicago, 111.
ALEX.K. WOOLroLa, OIlAM'JLl.K w. BBOWKIMO.
WeCan Furnish Your House Complete!
Ill,113, 115, 117 and 119 Broadway.
Modicaland Sorgioal Inatitut*'^Ksum* (^tv. Mo., Sun tttarivo, qj., and Bntti^Cr^, Mc ntana.
Dr.Llehia A (Xj, kP)l rejnilar graduates In medi^^cine and sur^.,ry and ^i^vial tlra.-titloaers sa-^lhon^.^l l)j tl^,1(f Missouri, California and
Mont^^, t^ \, t Kft chronic, norvon. and prt-^eate ilnsvfte.^ (wbpttier caused by imprailenoe.ai*^ee^ or jontafrlon). eeaiinal wsakneas Iftlaht^lomwi jamal debUity, (lose of aexnal power),^nerv ^ ^injjiy ,\imm ^f nHrni foroel, dtasasaiof^hlooil isyplulU. a^uorrba^, slast and atrio-^^arei canst. Curable easae imarauteed or money^/ esfViiidist. Chanew low. TbonaaiwU of oaaai^rvired. All Dii^dicirm^ am especially prepared (at^^Mu ll individual ca^- :t Labratury. No mjurious^or ; . as. 'nous i orDponnda rtsed.
Notime lost from huslneaa. Patient* at a dis^^tance treated by letter and ejpraaa. Medicine^^ent ever)-where free from ease or breakage.
Indifswsw of the hUstd. nrain. heart and ner-^viinn nystem, aa well a* liver, kidney and gravel^coin|. .niiits. rhenmatisui, paralysis and all other^rhrouic diaeaaee
Writofor illnstrateil paperii on Deformities,^Club Feet. Curvature of the Kplne, Pile*, Tumors,^Caaeer, I atarrh. Hrnneliitin, Inhalatlou Klao-^txieitv. Mwrnwiinn, Paialysis, Kpileiay, aidui^IILvlder Kye. h'jir, Hkln and Hlood and all Ban^cal Opaffftl ions.
Dmmmoiweimeu a upecialty. Book on^^^isw frw.
Theonly reliable Medical ana Beraioal^lute inaklua a specialty of private diseases.
AllHlood Diseases ^nceeaafully treated. HjpBr^llitie I'oUHin removed from the system witaaasl^mercury. New lliwtorative treatment for lose of^Vital Power. Persons unable to vlait ns may be^treated at home by correviMindenoe. All oom-^ninnicatioiui ooiintiKiilial. aledicluae or iuttrn-^iueiitsst^ut by mail or eiprew aeeurely paokad.^One ixTHnual interview preferred. Call and con^^sult us, or senil history of yonr naee and we will^send iu plain wrapiier our Btsak free, ezplaining^why thousands oanuot be enred of Private, Hpee-^lal aud Nervoua Diseaasa. Bemlnal Weakness,^hi-M lust,,, t ho a, Imisitency,tiy'plixlia.tionorrbcM,^(lleot, Variritclivt, etc.. etc.
Drs.Laloig ,t i So, are the only qnaliflel oe ra-^S|Kinsible s|sM-isli^te left In Moutaus since the^new MB ^J law.
iiHic taairs from V to A and 7 U^ H p. m., of by^appointment in otm-urv or urgent casea.^CONHCLTAiTON KHKE.
Ajrencxfor llr. Liebig'i luvigorator at Room^pi rje-i Mrosilway. Hutu
Attorneyand Counsellor at Law.
Willpractice lo all court* of record In the ter^^ritory. Utile.^ in liold block. Helena, Mont.
Ofrieo Breek 4 Firher's B*al^lx^, Lower Mi.ai^^treet Telephone PJU.
Phytlcisu,Surgeon Acconeher, OculUt^and Aurist.
Marrbor'ofSan Francisco Modical Biwlet/, also
NeradaIr'tate Midicnl ISociety.
Otfl.* Parchen's drruc store, corner above^Ytniu nnd Hruaxlway. Entrance on llroadway and^Jukson, Helena, Montana. Consultations in
Germrn and Kiuilish-
I.ileExaminer of Mineral and Itailroad I.an l
I'lu-i^ In the (jeueral Laud Oltie*, Wael.ingion,
S'ovenyears' eiperience in th* lienoral Land^Ulhco. Priu'tieas In all the State and United^StatesNuprfcine Cooytft, Ijind and Mining Law a^sJisx ialty. be. ; is. Bailey lllock, Helena.
OABSTRACT CI' TITU'.-;
Thereare no moro aecurate abstracts in the
Dftttadhtati-s.^rnrchti-'-rs of real estate ia Missoula county,loofc
toyour tills*.^Should j our i it lo fail, yen will wMl when too^hm Ijoti ha^l olituiui^! and abstract of title Is)^fore yon pnrchased
HMtllYA. STEPHEN'S AMrai tor.^Rooms I, und I. E-tly Mock. Mi*v^ila Moat.
Ofth^ W^-^t^rn L'nive-^itv of l*enui) iTatia aal
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TORTnK tricats KlfT Of ALL
CHRONIC^ SURGICAL DISEASES
APPLIANCESFOR DEFORMITIES ANO TRUSSES.
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MEDICAL^r BUKrilOAL TEKATIfl!^T^NINETY ROOMS FOR PATIENTS.^Bnird ft Attsnda nr^. Bait Ar^*imni^^4^lioa^ ia wast^CTWP.ITI FOR OIROtTLARfi on D.formlUM as3^Bracn, TnuMi, Club Foot Cur^^tur^^ of Bplnr, Piloa,^Tumon, i ii nr. Oltarrh, Broaokltia, I*halatloa.^Flrrtrirlly, Psr.lynn, Ipilspnv, RidnsT, Bltddar,^'^. E^r 8^in^nJ Blood and alf MMMfti Off raboaa,
diseasesof women iSS^^Skm\
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TbsCelebratod F rencb Cure,
IsBold om a^POSITIVE^GUARANTEE^to cure any^lonnof oenoiis^^ lipase, 01 an/^i - .,.1-r ot tli*^ycncrallva or-^Mii^ ol elthrr^v-x 'ffbctnei ai-^Ibins Irrjrn the^uie of Ht.itiaiatits, 'lolatc-u or UfiiOK^aitureaiKn youthful Indltr-retiou, orer luduift^encc. *^., iucu aa ism ol Kraift Power, Wakefau^Je^. hearing down t'aintin int Baca, errciae^^..,.a.... rl ^ Serrano Pi.strati n NoeMM^ai ftiniMloos, U-uroirnosft. Illuinras. WeasMcB^try. l^*^oi Power and laipotenry, wnicti U b^^(lecleit oltes lea/I 'o prrmaiureoM air. an l loau^ft^ I rice || tjr, ^ rrt^.ebo*esl'jr KM sen*, t^sen aa reearpt ot enoa.
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order.to retina tba noaer II a fariaaaaa^rare 11 not ederted Trirciiandi ot test ononis.,^Mora oio sax] voutia, ol botb aeiea, tsrnnaoeDLr^.t.red D*. AiHSOLiTivs. I ironlar tree, aaira*^THfc APHRO MEDICINE CU.^a ansae saiNca,^EC7 2JPOfttLANO. Ob
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'fliitaln.\i^ lirlglit and Iwuevolent face, i* Dr.^A. W. Aikcr. of KinrUurl, ilwcovrror of the^ii^lnlprnu-il Acker * Knirl^l, It'innljr for Con-^^nuipu ai and mher |H,pular |ircfmrationa. Dr.
AakaramatmM in in* mmmbt duy* mmmj the
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foundMmbW in mBgawaat MMMBMUMi with^a a ife and chil l ,]e|icnilitiK ii|k^i hlin for eupp^irt.^While In this rr,n,llt|.,n, he dlvovered tho ecle-^b ntc l BMkh MftMfp,hi* own life anil
!ls si h^v. .| Hi* Urn i,l IbOMBMBi who were
nathe Mira meyl to aatlk. Anr man or woman^Who leeM a lioklia4 In tho tlir.^t who eouirhi,^'Islli in toe iitonilna. who raises or has a^^^' Icr-- the che.i. aim ha* shsrn
n^,llnir |^las thnsi rh Hie innir* or difficulty In^iMWfttblm, sic ol I laafts* that ti,ase are thrirH^^fWptvSM of coasMiapfloil which If neplected,^^ I i re-nll fatally, fir Acker s Knirlmh^It med^ has eured rftofa than one thou^.md per-
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Whowere fivefl UB hf their friend*. It merits^it- pofHllsrliy and I* void by reimublo druirrWa^very citv and town Iu Amerloa. You can't
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I Oppotlle Flrtt National Banh.
GOODYEAR'SGOLD SEAL^Rubber Hose
OilClothing ^ Horse Covers.
St.I'aul Uran' h, 131 Ea^i Tl.ir.l Htraot.
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MinneapolisDrsneh.aril Nicole! Aveone.
JohnJ. Tallmaoqi. a^eat.
For*ale by all dealers. Aelt for them and take
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SAIDtNEIICTR1C CO., SlIIINtR ILOCt 0(E^1I,C0L
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a/ - A'- ^^t riRs'l.ci.Ass HKl.Tlnthe^\[l -I.-}' I ^ s. and ^,i|a-r|t,r In other* which are^|P*W .w^-s;l|,| ^t jr,^^ |ia |,, Jria, Tree l,y mall^f'.r ^^ l.irTII It 1.1, iu it ^ for *^ 10. ^^ nd for circular.^.. t alllurnla l.lc lrlc licit I ... Iloi
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