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The Saratoga sun. (Saratoga, Carbon County, Wyo.) 1891-current, October 15, 1891, Image 4

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O. 'a/T H'i I - 1C )UUH 11 i
SQUARE MEALS AND GOOD BEDS.
MEALS, - 50 CTS. LOOSING, - 50 CIS.
BOARD AM LODGiNG, - SIO.OO PER WEEK.
TABLE BOARD, - - 7.00 PtR WEEK.
A. w. AINSWORTH, Proprietor,
GOLI) HILL, - - WYOMING.
hotel
Road House and Eating Station on tlx* Cold Hill Road
Eight .Miles from the Camp. All Stages
Stop Here and Relays are made.
MEAl>*i AND JjOlMHA't;.
W-e«l mid Sitsißlitiir 1<»1- sail Icindw <»!' Outfits:
PRIV.ATE STAGE TO GOLD HILL.
•T. I>. AII?%-S£ I.\l ,1 _ Pi-opi-iHor.
Httwlins Dni Gold Hjll
STAGE LIN EG
RANKIN BROS., - - - Owners
SIX-HORSE CONCORD COACH
LEAVES RAWLINS THREE TIMES
A WEEK EOR SARATOGA EN
ROUTE TO GOLD HILL.
FIRST-CLASS ACCOM MO OAT IONS.
ROCHESTER HEIG HTS
Is Not the Garden of Eden, Neither is it the Eden that Charles Dickens Speaks of in “Martin Chuzzlewit.”
It is No Place for “Mark Tapleys,” for there is “No credit in being Jolly” if on are the Proud Possessor of a Lot on Rochester Heights.
1)0 NOT “CALL AND BE CONVINCED,” BUT LOOK EOR YOURSELF AND CONVINCE YOURSELF. SEE?
FINEST AND MOST SIGHTLY RESIDENCE AND PURE AND WHOLESOME WATER TO BE SUPPLIED
BUILDING SITES IN SARATOGA. BY A COMPLETE SYSTEM OF MAINS.
Elaborate of Jrrigatio
For the Entire Townsite has been Provided by the Construction of a Ditch, Fifteen Miles in Length, and at an Expense of Upwards of $30,000.
Trees and Gardens can be Grown and Building Sites Otherwise Beautified. Lots 30x120 feet and 60x120 feet, Ranging in Price from SIOO to $260 Bach.
Numerous Residences are in Process of Erection, and Others Contracted for Liberal Inducements Offered to Those Who Will Build.
Goßstructioß ©f a Medel Hotel Beguß, to Cost $15,000.
Large Two-Story Brick Bu ii Block to I Shortly Erectedforl I EXPERIMENTAL STATION OF THE WYOMING STATE AG-
Bank and q mmerci{ 1 Establishments. I 1 RIOULTURAL COLLEGE ADJOINS THE TOWNSITE.
F«n- Vm-lliei- I’livticului-w, luquive ol* or Address
I. C MILLER, A. R COUZEN, SARATOGA. WYOMING
President. Secretary.
K NOTES.
J. IL R« esc has gone to Chicago I '
Ito help out the Wyoming cattle
inspectors. ’
Cattle shipments from the Big
j Horn basin this season will double
thus.! of last.
Dr. William Harris is shipping
: 500 or 600 h ad of rattle from his !
; Powder river ranch.
George Eyken. of Albany
county purchased 1,500 sheep
| through Peter Golden.
Thtmipson Ar Jurgenson. of
i Uinta county, soldteu head of tine
native geldings for §I,OOO.
Sheep have crowded the range
I mj in the Sweetwater country that
j there is only one cattleman left
I there.
D. R. Castiday. of Rawlins, got
I goo<l returns on several car loads
of muttons he sold in the Chicago
market.
11. H. Mills sold seventeen car
lords of rattle at South Omaha
last week. They were hauled at
Wolcott.
11. P. Rothwell, of the Grey Bull
country, last week shipped three 1
rar loads of cattle from Rawlins
to Chicago.
Richard Bracken bury, a ranch
man near Carbon, is driving 2,U00
sheep to his ranch that he bought
in Colorado.
•I. G. Jost, who sold out his band ;
of sheep a short time ago. has
bought another around Bridger
' pass for his sons.
Converse county cattle ranges <
'are infested with big. gray wolves,
(and they are daily and largely t
killing young stock.
J. G. Jost bought a band of I
2,600 sheep at Soda Springs, Ida- !
ho. for the Jost Live Stork com- I
pany that will operate in this.
, county.
The Swan Land and Cattle com- j
pany has already marketed 3.000
beeves this season and has about
the same number remaining to be
I marketed this year.
The Warren Live Stock com-1
| pany sold -1,500 one and two-year
old < wes to J. E. Fa mum at £3.25 |
per head. They were taken to
Miles City. Montana.
Palmer & Owen and C. J. Par- I;
rott Lave been driving a large!'
flock of sheep through the country. -
1 n Cheyenne last week they were
assessed £129.21, which they paid ,
under protest.
Joseph Chambers, arrested for 1
stealing a beef from the Cheyenne <
Land and Live Stock company. ’
was tried on two counts, the sec- i
<»nd being for changing a brand. ,
He wne» bound over in £SOO. ]
County Treasurer Stone, of
Laramie county, lest week col
lected taxes at half rate on a
band of seventy-five horses on the
way from Montana to Colorado.
The amount was £lo.l'->. The
property had been in the State
sixty days.
Warner Terrell, of Laramie, has
seven head of valuable horses at
Lexington. Ky. Their pedigree
can Im* traced to some of the best
performers now on the turf. He
may bring some of them to Lara
[ mie in the spring.
Ora Haley shipped nineteen car
loads of cattle from Rawlins that
he intend<*d to put on the market.
Prices dropped so that In* arranged
to unload the cattle at Overton.
Neb., where they are in pasture
and can be marketed at short no- ;
tice.
Harry Farthing, a ranchman of i
Pole creek, is suffering from in
juries sustained by the attack of a
\ icioiis stallion. The beast downed
Farthing, tramped on him and
with his teeth tore flesh from the
calf of the man's right leg.
Swift A Co., the Chicago pack
ers, have begun to ship cattie from
their ranch in Norf’. Park. They
loaded 800 or ‘Ah) at S.h'ui Lakes,
near Laramie, last week and will ;
make other shipments during the.
next few weeks aggregating 2,000
for the season.
The Western Union Beef com- ;
pany. J. M. (’-trey A Brother, R.
A. Torrev. R< el A Friend. Iveliue. ■
Y. T. Co., Powder River Co., C. A.
Guernsey, Vigo Co., E. W. Whit-!
comb. Clark A Harris have recent-
ly made large shipments of beef •
: cattle to the Chicago market.
Cheyenne Lire Stork Journal : i
I An interesting item at the close of!
• the range shipping season will be !
I the number of cattle fresh from
I the plains that have gone to |
Europe alive. The idea that range
' beef is good enough for the high- '
| toned English markets is startling, I
| but the record is made and it can- j
■ not be undone.
Jt is reported that Ryan Broth-J
• ers will withdraw from the stock ■
j business in this county and State
and operate only in Texas and |
I Montana. Out of 4,200 head of I
cattle they turned loose in this!
country a year ago, they have
'shipped about 1,800 this season.'
I The balance will be gathered and
sent to market later on.
Over 100,000 trail sheep are es
timated to be crossing Wyoming
bound to other stales and having
come from outside this State. Most
of these transients have been or
will be within our borders for
more than thirty days but less
than six months. That makt* it
possible for them to be driven
through by the payment of only i
half the tax levy. This is small
compensation because these mi
gratory bands are rejM>rted to have
seriously impair* d the range.
Union Pacific Agent Bidwell, at (
Rawlins, had orders for 100 cars
for stock shipments this week.
Idaho Neirs: It is given as a
reason that cattle thieves escape
punishment in Idaho because the
state constitution holds that no
unusual punishment shall be in
flicted for the perpetration of
crime. Cattle thieves have gone
unpunished so long that punish
ment now would l»o unusual and ,
therefore prohibited by the con-1
stitution.
D niglfis Graphic: Jack Mc-
Ginnis has arrested and held
for trial at the district court for
• stealing an LZ heifer that Nat
: Baker sold. It is evident that the
t whole McGinnis family must be
I sacrificed if necessary to shield
I somebody else, and now it is in
order to have the old lady McGill- '
nis, their widowed mother, arrest
ed. It is a queer proceeding, to
■ say the least, and the result in the
1 district court will be watched with i
much interest. The (/rap/oc does |
• not think or believ. that Nat t
I | Baker stole the heifer, but just ,
“ i why certain people should jump I,
II onto the McGinnis family with!
: both feet is the mystery.
Fine Horse in a Bad Way.
’ Cheyenne Sun.
■ It will be sad news to all who
' admire a fin© horse to learn that
Gamin, the grandson of Jils John
’. son. has “gone wrong in his legs."*
j The noble fellow will be wintered
| here and it is sincerely hoped that
: under the skillful treatment of
M John McCormick he will be made
• I sound again. A line of treatment
i ,to occupy several months has al
ii ready been fixed upon and will be
i carefully followed. Gamin’s local
■ victories have been oft recorded,
. but his last achievement before
■: weakening stamped him ns a racer
fit for Eastern tracks. In work at
. I ( Borland, near Denver, within two
• I weeks he did a mile in 1:13, a per
. ! formance that would place him
[ j with the cracks at Morris park.
Brighton Beach or Washington
• | park. This is extremely hard luck
> for Mr. Brooks, the principal
| owner of the promising colt. The
| week before the September meet
ing here Mr. Brooks’ Deronda ■
went clear wrong in his work and
an expert examination disclosed
i that his track career was ended.
Union Pacific system offers un
equalled facilities to tourists on
route to all points east. Vestibuled
sleepers, diners, free chair cars
through'tn Micoouri river and Chi
cago without change.
J. W. HUGOS, President, J* C. DAVIS, Cashier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Rawlins.
Transact a General Banking Business. Drafts Draicn on the
Principal Cities of the United States and Europe.
Intei-esrt I’eitl on Time Uepowitis.
SARATOGA, - WYOMING.
JOSEPH TYSSOWSKI,
Late Chief of the Mineral Division, General Land Office.
Resigned February, 1888.
A.?ri>
COUN HEUOR MITVIIMG) OA-MEIS,
P. O. Bor 351, WASHINGTON, D. C.
SPECIALTY: Mining and Land Cases, Contests and Titles.
Practices Before the General Land Office, the Interior Department and the Courts.
Procures U. S. Patents for Mining Clainia, Coal and other Lands.
Seventeen Years’ Experientw as a Practitioner and in General Land Office Service.
Refers to Prominent Officials, Mining and Land Men.
Saratoga Sables
Teed, Sale and Livery, i
Headquarters For the Swan and Collins
Mail Line.
V. C. FERGUSON & CO.
Run the only Stage Line on the West Side of the
Platte Valley by which the
Rich Mines
CDKT THH
BRAND ENCAMPMENT
Can Be Reached.
I Imil injif si n<l 'Toni-ifst l ß sii‘ii<-M fit t od.
MsmlcUc un<l I’imjlc I l-'iix-niHliocl
nt Hlioi-t. Notice.
nrCORP.ESI’ONDENCE

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