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BAD COW BOY.
r^.As,ANDS••
•\*3* A T. PACKARD.
-THURSDAY, OCT 6, 1884.
?ianCMtB
u^
TABLH-
ui
S*«lSMl«*rprtt»,'o.,
The N. P. Bet Car Co. will ship two
^j&sartoa^a.of sheep to QulutU this week.
fit. D."il.~M&nt09li came down from
Olendire yesterday on professional bnsi
seB
R, Widmyer, of tho Glendivo Inde
^^jpetod8nt,TnadB.$a a pleasant visit last
sfel$tinday.
Mr. C. L. Briikor, station agent at this
is contemplating a Msit to his
in Pennsylvania.
J. A. Ferris'store not being adequate
i-holdltia immense stock he has been
[felled to build a large warehouse.
Mr. A. T» ftickard, editor of the Coy
BOTi ia fsipeeted to return from the Hills
ontfce.firet eoach^jrhiidi will ,aprive
Tfyesdayevening.
•/•it -i4*?
Tassenger train No.2 was thirteen
lioam late Xuesday.. The delay was oc
easioneilby a.
collision with a freight
train on the Yellowstone division.
~{SJ}. Pettit, of Belfleld, stopped at Me
dora ashort time this week enreuteto
BilLmgB and othei points in connection
wKhhisfastinereaalag bone business.
®onrflre to ten trains of stock a day
Inm-been passing ttfrough Medora with
in tho last few days, Th^y are shipped
ftom MileeCity, Glendive and Mingns-
AidenSeAeir, manager of the Custer
Cattle company, and Mr, Steven
aon,ot Pittsburgh^ Pa, who is "Visiting
iher^madethe Cow B0Y0fSce. apleasant
eanthisjnommg.
-^'^imar^-wiH send two orthree" car
Toftds'of psdneie ot Burleigh eonntyjto
-':ttM jfe«:\)rleani' ^position. It is £x
peeted that & totaf of -twenty carloads
,v iU go.from Dakota.
tsD. Hi Hoetetter, of: Pittsburgh nu,
ttrfe has-been visiting-atv Eaton' ranch
fof the past fewweeka, started for homd
l»9t ^Jiday. Mr. Hoetetter is the son of
5t6e eelebrated Dr. Hoetetter of bitters'
^^*4an«.". Howard Eaton accompanied him
^^kst-asfarasMandan.
iTtte Minnesela Boomer says "consider
4jHe.fieight now passes through Minne
.^iiiaon its. way from the Northern Pa-
Jdfifr to the Bills, and it is only a ques
tion of a Short time until nearly all the
height cornea this way, as the road is be
3%pat in good shape.
Rib. Eoberta, who is one 'Of the dep
•n^.-commissioners of Dakota for the
Tfew Gjleans, expoeiton, returned from
Bisma^k this week, where he had been
Jo/ipnnection with his office. He has
engaged Vie Smith to collect petrifac
-fionsfand other^curiosities for the expo
-sitiojb.
i«]Mtonday evening's westbound passen
train-waa delayed here about an hour
and twenty^ minutes owing to one of the
coaeheerunning off the track while in the
aet pf side-traeking the Marquis' special
-C&T" It«eems that the traek is in very
poor condition which alone caused the
sctgdeu^no blame being attached to the
jlhe fqllo^fing gentlemen have been
Inttted to^ accompany the irst stagc to:
Xteadwjjod, whicltleave^here next Mon
^m^oiflg,,October 6: C.S. Fee, gen
sal paageriiger agent J. JI- Hannlford,
jgeneral .frei^ht 'ageii^ and M.
llr^gius
J*iaojnil
roof It is estimated that the. cost of the
^nilding will be $25,000. Ill view o^this
fact he snya 611 contributions wlUbe
gratefully .received, and that he will
soon give onr citizens an opportunity to
subscribe for this good cause as liberally
as th,ey Wish. As tfcis will bo the only
hospital between-here and Bralnerdit
certainly is a much needed institution:
14 4
Kedetfaa^d Black Hills Stage and Ex
press liin©»
Tuesday,
Tharsdij, V6p. m,
Batttfdafc?
Monday,
Wednesaav,
Fnday,
v8:80a.ni.
Coache? leaving Medora connect with cast
tannd -oaasenger train
Oowhee arriving at Medora connect with west
bo and passenger train.
-«vNorthera Pacific Time Table,.
WK8T BOUKD.
Vneltte Express, 5o.\»»u
res* Freight, 3d Claaa.......
igUt, 3d. Class ... ..\i
-.KAST BOCTtU.
£88SS.
elite
J3K
fi 37
0 48
ulStOuani
2 ..
y.
8 32 a
:'Bspreefl Freight, 3d Class. 8 57 a in.
vkFnIgtat»SrdClasau%»%^.««».^: 8 11 P«*n
•%'M C.L. BRiMiHt, Agent
v!^jj& StockInspector Matthews waa in town
^'Wday.
Sjf'C't. S.IIouk, of Detroit, Mieli., is -visit
^Mng hero.
Edward, Rany, of Bismarck, was in
TSb**Vajs \f
Otto Fisher and' Chas. Williams, of
te^ismarck, were In town last Friday.
Notico of Dissolution.1^
Mkdora, September 18,1&84.'
Notice is herebv given that the firnv of Cole
man & Brown is tbiB day mutually, dissolved, M.
M- Coleman continuing tho busiuess. All claims
due and against the late firm must be settled bv
the eaid M. M. Coleman, unlose ^fraudulently
contracted. M. M. Cqlkmak»
C.'F. BbowS.
LITTLE TOM'S
SALOON.
i-s
The "Festive Barlceep"
a mixologislj'li'f mifay years' experi
ence, Imporfcd'at large expense.
V.
EVERS TIUXG FROM
I-,-.'' -N iV.vi
OW-BOY BITTERS TO DUDE SODA
FSE3H ON TAP.
LITTLE MISSOURI. DAK.:
HARDWARE!
TINWARE,
S-f I
s-f*
—at—
CrMi
A-
wm5®$$
j. D.Garver
•rii »L'"
Little Missouri, Bak.
d: ji I
J.
of the Lemoyne
^ciHe «empany, wlio^hav^ their jranch
Tepee-^Bottom, arrived in. Me
dorft laBt-Sunday evanlng. Mr Le
p,1 moyn^e fiome
fiv
in Washington eounty,
Pa., which 1s noted for ite' thoronghbred
stock tee6derB, and himself a-breeder
at
thoroughbred Short-hornr eattie and
Betfcshiresvriae. Heisaeiiompanied toy
!ijb Virginia, who is
j,y jUaOItttefesteiiiiithefeeding btiaipeas.
The immi^ant traia last Taesday had
t'r,?- tS'J# tbiM 'earloads pf Crow lndians aboard,
v'^£p
who were in box cars and* huddled to
J«ther likestytnanveattle. Theyeansed
Mttsider^ie aniQsemeiit'N they weiv
(v .liongiy«nd comii(ienced pry
4 tug abound tbe enlinffiy. departments
?T^V every'hotel in town. They were .gorgtey
fc V- ously atfired ln vailous coetnttira and
fT deeotated with ornaments, paint, etc.
Ibeytanje fram Fort BerHiold, tiaDick
*,S)* i^^-And wereea roote to Port Custer.
^.Fathtf Mw«n,
^, 1 tiny were %siidiag.£ hoepital at Man
tb« 8i«teW Hoepltai, which
1
ia8G^ fMt itt 4imearf0ik ia tote ar
ttjwuioiy tolck toiUtns with Hmuwil
12
OF SPRINGFIELD, MASS,
/JANUARY I, 1884.
MOORHEAOj FARQO,
VAIXEI CITY, JAMESTOWN, HIK^ffAtr
""'fW
KAN'
6
5
15
15
15
10
A. J^HARDESU, Ueneral Agent.
&S. XiHTZ, AmI Cleasral Agent.
A. T. PACKARD, Agent,*!'
.?:&Bai^Laxds Coir Bot
1/5«2r
*-i
BEICE!!
MADE AT THE 4&
'wtr „:t
-"f*
w* J*1
Medora Brick Kiln
f- A _-u 'A ^^5~*£f5-r
kjyiliV4
4
AND lr.
stfi.
GUARANTEED BETTER
Than any brick made in Dakota, or mon
ey refunded.
Address all. orders to"'
-K.V/1pETERlJlB00K,
,'r-
LOTS!
sKajjpy
o) Us (o
MEDORA!
To the speculator or business
man we would say that the're is
no town on-the road which pos
sesses such a certainty of a suc
cessful future as does Meclora.
0-jt-
2
AU kinds of tin and^heettiron. articles
made and repaired V'
1 to 14, -ii
to- 7
1 to'24,
1 to 12,
13 to 24,.
1 to 12,.
13 to 24,
«o24,
1 to-12,
13 to'M,
l.toE,
13to:2i,
3
4
5
.6
6
7
7
14
7
24
12
12
12
12

INSURANCE!
24
12
12
11
11
12
12
12
s-j.-fiJ to 18,'', ,•
16
36TH ANNUAL STATEMENT
or THB
21
A
I
Omen,
MEDORA DAK.
GOING EAST
jr
fi
GOINGr WEST
-K0 KiTRX WHICH, TBS
IS Y|UR LINE,
Ball,
aBsutam pper^ntenaent N. p. express
erap^.o^^-PajifGovernorPierce,
As it wDI take yon Ih either direction between
ST: PAUL, MINNEAPOUS, DULUTH,
QlnYNraSN^ CAS8ELTON
12 1$ to 24,
rS 7 to 14 .v ^.T^ploO
13 to 18, .^|, 100
12 -13 to 24,
'24' lto^ 200
4 1,12,18,18r' 300
20 2 to 11,13 to 17, SOtto 24,250
4 02,18,19, 300
20 2 to 11,13 to 17,20 to 24,
82
Cash Capital, all paid np.. $1,000,000 00
Unpaid tosses 152388 17
Re-Insurance Ftmd
4
i-.
1,001,650 16
All Other Claims. 30,150 00
NetjSurplus.. 400,945 49
*S" Groai'Asaeta. .'-.$2,58o,633 82
Surplns to Policyholdcre Jan.^1, 1884,
$1,400,945.49'^-
J. H. BUNHAMyPnst. 8. J. HALL, Secy
A. J.-WBIGIIT, Troas.
VESTlflK DEPOTMOn, 118 SAUE ST., OUUCO, 111.
2*-
(DEVIL'S LAKE,)
MIL50B, LAHODRE. BISMARCK, MAHDAK,
OMSDIvk, BltUSG^
HELENA
PORTLAND, ORE
OLYMPIA, HEW TACOMA,
SEATLI, vicTOKuyB.
An polixula
BBITISH COMJJIBU AMD ALASKA sAl
JOSBtXti
WIT a08BBCEG70te
that the Northern Pacific-
-f Railroad rata
THE ONi^JEMiaRANT SLEEPERS!
1
jf. ITHE ONLY DAY -ObAOHESl
ST.
jsuta
6t
&
was and ]iel^ mass
Ttmd^y
wonting.
Heinforased wHiat
230
i2,18,19, 300
SO 2 to 11,13 to 17,20 to 24,250
Blocks30,29 28,27,-Same v'hi
26 2 9 15, 300
26 19 to 8,10 to 14,164o 21, 200
34 4 1,-12,13,22, 250
34 18 2 to 11,14 to 21,5«&S§fe»" 200
35 4 1,12,13,24, 250
35 20 2io 11,14 to 23,„ SV 200
Blocks 36,87,38,39,40, Same. %•,
41 2 13,24, -*J-A,.fe.200
41 22. l,to 12,14 to 23, 150
42 12 l'tol2, ^-«^100
2 X% S't
ifi-800
5v.-8to7,i Am, 100
49 4 1,12,13,24, 250
49 ?0 '2 to 11,14 to 23M%Wi 200
Blocks 48,47,46,45.44, Same. -fe\.s
43 12 lto 12, "t -f^f-100
51 2 .0,12, USf 200
51* 10 Utofl, ft. 150
51 5 13 to 17, 100
52 4 1,12,13,24, 200
52* 20 "2 to 11,14 to 28, 150
Blocks 5% 54,55, Same.fOt ft S-K|i
56 12 lto 12, 100
e« ia 110 12, T®" .fw iw
61 3 1,12,24,
1
61 21" it to 11,13 to 23,V'" A, 150
-1
1
-#m
For particulars call on or,ad
dietz
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
DBBK LOD8B. BtJTTE CITY,
KISSOULife SPOKANB FALLS,
[WALLA WALLA. THB DALLEB,
%Bfi
1
fH&0$OX.PUUMAH 8LECPEF)^I
/•.V. THE OttLV tilNINO OAR81
-V-
AOT) PORTLAND,"
nOKPgN-CHAtK CAtbiivn)
ni|TWTH
Mnpttmiai^Si^Sn
*tte
UAM^Utbe ohtaiilUjrHBB
li" AHAS. SrPEC,'
QmJKtlPuatn&'tij£
*tr
8
A. F. PACKARD,
'Tr^Ied'ora^alf'
&
v?4-
1
IT
Wishing: to ^onfine onr attention exclu
sively to
BEEF CATTLE
We offer for sale onr entire Jierd of
AMERICAN CATTLE,
Of about
700 SHE CATTLE AND
EM,
260 8T£Eri8-«4
Nearly all of which are graded cattle.f
.•
Also she^d
of aRAtf&n ctvtite QWtuqmta ty
65 BUjLLS ANE
55 ?HE CfATTLE.
Th^fel^refAlI range cattlej are located
on BeaTer' crga!t,-Baw80ii eotinty, Mon-
tans, ten miles north of Keith, on the
N. P. R. $.* TJfcey'hare been, on this
range
tat tSi
brttisejmst
past two years. For.'
{hetjnlorm^tson, itddresa
«$V» ,-.
**&$&<
MAYVILLE
STOCK FARM,
MAYVILLE TRAILL CO., DAK.
The Ma^vilio Hewl of Short Horns
are reprosetttativoa of the moet popular.
s: fainiliee.
W. \V« WaHkb*, Ooneral Monagor.
,,-Medora,
Tr Dak.
SUPPLY DEPOT
t*.
-ron
liWAUKEI
J&j&jStJal&i-t i,
ihj J~S—BY T3JE— Mfi ^4."
vvf ... ...
a,,. sztsn in rouR order to
-ttit
1
:-fthe'TertitoryulU reeotjjP
1
'IS
E. W.
r*
••v.'.'.
We desire to call attention to tbe IndlVldtial morv
it of tho Bulla we offer for sole* The Bulls are in
fine condition,' &4iri having bccu rtfised an our
form in Dakota«r6 fully accliamted ftnd r^ady for
Borvico. ., -.. •.
We started onr Herd Ave voqiH atfot otiu spared
no exponso to procArro nnlmala of cuoice breeding
from: tho moat poti'd herds in the United Statos
aol Canada .^'^
ptRSQNAU IN8PECT10N INVITED.
jjL A1B GR\"SDX25, Tropa
5Si
0. B.%LLIAMS & CO.
w:.?t
& MARCK, DA&/'
b^EMAIj, MONT.,
S
1**108,
Bl* No I'll Lor».4idI''
y'~'-
:#100
ltofar
fr&ze
100
6- fss
"1*200
L,
Ttoiac.
19 to 24
l'to
^%Con« Harness,
TMiGjjj^ BITS AND SPURS,
Chaparens, Reatas, Quirts,
Vj^S^l|ac£aniores^Etc.j Etc.-
attention J£
MfoNETMiS & ST.LOUIS R'Y
J&DTBm
"FAMOUS fllBERT IEA ROUTfr."
The shore Is correct map of the.
ALBERT LEA ROUTE,
and Us inmedtfts cwnjisrttoafc Throach Traliu daQf
Tr«8T,PAUU«DMi»IEAP0LI3TOCHICAQO,
jrUhoutehjmjjL^MincctlBgwlthaniinee ^.
&& and tfUTHEm.
175
175
150
4 1,12,13,24,
20- to
11,14 to 2^,
Blocks 59,58,Same.! tg#
67 $ I09l4l.fs ,100
82 8 lto 8,^*- ,100
Blocks €3,64^65,66,alI1ots 100
Priees^Bnbject tojchange-without notice.
F^^ale at the office of Ti|E
BAD LANDS COW BOT. Thor
oiighinvest^atiotiiis1^
The only nnsSffonln*ThroB^h Osrs hstireett
mNNztfou? ottf oa nowes, /MM.
Thmgh TnKqe betvesa
MIRtttAFOUS AND »T. lOOff,
Manee*Ins i^ SUlim Depot
far
mil
FRANK S. MOORE, Hanageri
CA8EY &
Tolnts fioaflt ttd
§othT«r OM|eomi«efi&DSDiBd«irmi ScT^M.AJL
X. P, »od PBlatH Piillmerts. fno iMtm
poUrtrNortii sajTorth-WMc
REHRMBKR1 PcUVJUT ?UAOt BtlTOS
OiJta on til nSebt Trabuu ThTMsk Ticket*, cod hsc
p^ehscked^tfesttnanon. .For tine tables, rate of
Brotett^oaUfwoa,&ea29stTkkttAssizereddrai'
fl
V.
lOTtt,
ftrt
tkU Vim.
A|%Wf Hyettfc
P& UOODKIND
BISMAHOK, DAK. tp
WHOI^SALMDEALERS
4V -*n£T?~ iSst* s- .n J*
.V
4T**?
WliNj£8,
LIQUORS,
CIGARS
CASfrifc BAR GOQDS^
vs
-Being at'handandearrying
-^-laTse aw- Complete stocf^ Me can—,
—fnmishf'p-satoo'n, completely, on
^-few hon^aofide-and aiwch^iprleefc—
a« will Make it att: ddraniage ior—
«E itj'jfc®
CaH on|p»ddf«s8, '-^*10$
Iwise
&
Colt*
Poetofflce Address, UbdoeA| BnxxxaB Co.,. DA*.: I'}
I
Iftt. brand—As abOW ofi IMt hip and shoulder/
2nd. brand.—As aboVo withont cirde. ^\^.
Range.—O'Donnolloreek,
SLOPING BOTTOM. RANCH
Llotu
RoaiETB/Proprietor.
O -Medora, Bak
Brand as aboveon left (ilp
Range.—Little Hiseou^ miles aoQthsof.
Horse brand.—AaSbpT&on left BfiShlder." 1 •:&*?&£•
Brand as above on left Mp,.hOrBe brahd same.
Range, Beaver creek andliittie MiSaqnri river
DORROWARK.
BntARTlSB
N
E. jf |WEJraOUSE,
1
A
":ir^|l
irand as above on left side. AWo one or two
V^p on either slrfe
E a is of a
ReiQie.-^Sslirfonrche. j?.- a '-v".
OLARK A PLUM.
ittAxruu,
BraA^hs.abovo on leftside,
Eermark.—Left eartropp^d^*
^aage-Grand rive*. ^iVF
Addipion^l ^raiftij^zo^taz^ZD
Ailoelrck branded e§.'
4*00 reward for information loading tto tbenr-1
rfest and conviction
of
any tjjio kiiling..or -dHting
stock fronithevvv
or gQ rangwf
cx
&£•(*$* n:J*RBEU-* 00K
kxsoiU,DAK.
«4 *4 »-f
v.,
BrAnd as aboveon left shoulder.^"
Range.—Davis creek end Little Missouri river,
"4-
15? w, n. Thompson & co.:
WM.DASTZ, Mknageti
PortofflM Addnae, Kxsoba, Buuqvl
Brand as Above on
vSt*^dMrs?'lrc,"
Additionid hiNnd&.~^aarter-clrclo ditnoni on
left Qip* ri
(1M)VNE cattleoo.
v^DfK.^i^D
Brand4sabote ott
rleht hip
Rj^.^LitUeMieeonr^eoiith^of'the R.
Ranch—Tepee bottomi
fj**
r"t.SPEClAI/Tt.-—i-'
••"f-'"'
on Ifftnd*.
ur^l«k*-rB*«llow
totKtiAt wr vii
Utt.
AinDUUA* WW. rf -T**^ -t
N. P. REFRIGERATOR CARCO
MtDoiu,
Dak.
ift
-5
I ^Smid aq above onie^talflo.
^iiiHorad hr^nd.—Ae obove on left
BraAdasabo^bnjeft'Bide.V.
Horse Brand^^As abpye'cmlift
^0«fcDjiiT0K -j.'g'r.- imnII ,. 1
Poatoffice
iii* r1
"•.-•This N pIS,M3.'tJoftW^alBOowifer
V'J.I
TheN P.'R.hG.avo?iisiUBOowner^f.ateenipur-^f-atMw^nttt..l-^^#:.
ehasodof Mtton^.JCoyeU^randed^
on left side Mh^d.tbe Shoulder ^«^V
Calf Mark—LeftOar grubbed.J'.' •.
^w-
WMMmMMA
Pqj^pffioe Addrese,MEDOHA,
ab6vo [six-Inch cir^te-dot on hotk
eidee well nn. •*...
,Jtange^Rix miles, north of crossing of N. P.
R, udLUUo Missotxri
CU8TER TRAIL CATTLE
r:-' yi•'•
Rangos fdr^?:a[b6Ye'^Brahds--Xittle,-Missouri
iv an a
S4 L'D.4JB. KpM8ET^- ,r?^«Kii|5^r
J.X. Titcs^ow.'M^uiager^ .'•?
Brand aa above on' left hip anddde or left hip
fostoffice Addrss^ Xrao^ Bu^ctoi Co
^^oatolB^^^^~Xnro,Jtfonixi.'• ..
sJr. ALbgK SATOH, SU^^gHj
te, MmDOllAv SlLLIKGfl^OOri DAM
Pofltofflee Addrete, Mipojuj SiiiJKQiOo^
~y on^efthlp
Vint, bar aotoea n^ar toih
Hoi»e3rand—*
creeks
1
Brand as above (fonr-inbh circle^iot) on left
.... .shonlderand left hip. .•»•• .v.-.-. ..- ..
C**P*x.
eP
j. tod brand^-Ae above on tight sMfc.
1
r|)r!u!fePo^fflceAd
:,
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arMarks—Both earsswallowforked.
Horse Brand—flame as above
Horse Brand—flame as above onleft or right hip f]$ Wti
Range—Bohthof ^BrR-Ri^hUtUeMi^urtlriiS
rivet.. '-..'. -f6B
B01CE^\CO^^-v^v-: .,C.*.• ^r:i
Brand'as above on right hip, eido ^nd^honldor.
Bar -Marks—Ornb the right ear. i\
Horse -Brand-^Same a&above oa'Hcht hip» 1
^Racge^-S9^th of 'N -R. lt on LlttleMissonzl
Iriverand ^savetcreek.
E. O. PADDOCK,
:\^.l^e:rtgh*:Cropp^^vV.:^--f-\:'.j^:v^V^'v^''Hv\'^
W| V'2orse Branfl^^s&elaiwww4-'5r
Sp?||
rw-7,
•i vAijBAb Lands catt^p co, §?.&
2nd.
„%^"SKg?y,0Ithof«0,sta«01H J*-®-
Pottoflee Aooress,: mixnit jmnras.iua,iijuci
mm,
Brenft ae 'ebove on lett thiA for^ horee# aad
•r^ $ "*y "Co*11 I males rf\«i
8 0 0 AT E O I S I
to+oOci AitoM, XEDOU,"Bt(iml 1 MUmmL r,r, |y
,^iYblA 8. FULLE0
fHAHK S. MOOM, JI»n»g«r.s"'
igjull PotrtoBcf Addna, llanpM, ftunrai jS
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