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BAD LANDS COW BOY,
Et A. T.PACKARD.
fk'THURSDAY. MARCH IB. I88B.
TIME TABLE
Hedor* and Black Hills Stage and Ex
press Line.
ABHXVK. I DSP
Mrs. Lloyd -Boberta cams in Tuesday
.^.Itoin the ranch.. 1
Co. i»-bnilding an additional barn
'stiath of the old one.
Superintendent Smith, of the stage
foad, came in from the line Wednesday.
The Marqnis is expeeted back to-night
and will then start for the Hills on to
morrow's coach.
There is considerable Black Hills
tright in the freight honse which will
won be forwarded.
ff^ The roads are t& poor condition
r-eVerywhere
B.ft.FaadocVs lTvery"itab1^"fiiurider
weigh and- will soon be completed. It
will be a substantial, addition to onr
buildings. .,
Syjvane Ferris returned Saturday from
jv:
an ertended trip in the east. He reports
^sliia good time but that.there is no country
-'V: ~"]ike the Bad Lands.
A
lot of other machinery and the two
elevators for the slaughter-house were
-. 'Sa" unloaded yesterday. The boilers are
expeeted on every train.
psi'" The eclipse was a good deal of a fail
ure here. The boys had just begun to
S5, put up a job on the Chinaman about the
I^g' earth coming to an end when it began
i' to grow light again.
Lloyd Roberts is still'in Minnesota
buying cattle on his Glendive contract.
'i He will first take a mixed lot of cattle,
sheep, hogs, to Jimtown and have the
cattle in Glendive by the time the grass
starts.
piiy There will be a "inmpfay" race Satur
fc^,,day evening. Tne winner will receive
&>kej tickets for skttes and admission for one
week. Next week Saturday there will
he a contest of an equally novel charac
fe
The following letter explains itself:
Wiff. Mister master was a thinken seri
k*'.:. ous of startfn a paper is yure conaty if
tsfai so be as~ how nun is there at 'present.
m-'.'s Plels inform me by return'Of male so as
lean get my outfit my practical experi
ence in noospapnr wirk is limited, but I
tofi thinki can git ther.
Work is progressing favorably on the
Hotel de Sores. The rooms have been
partitioned oQ to mnch better advanta^r
than formerly an&aaubstaXttiaEvfounda
tlon haf be«n,baU^.The building will
be veiteered andplastered/- porches bnilt
.pe' on .the west and south sides and additions
for kitchen and.lawid^. Jnilt,an the
north side.
Our Worthy poet-master is an antliority
... «n all ffeeeimftns, relies &c. The other
day he received a quarter, with Ote re
.quest that some specimens be forwarded.
Tbe sender dtd not specify how many
•--jl ear-loads hewmted so onr w. p. m. boxed
huge chunk Of scoria, mturked
"jc- "®nrafi,K Mine,*^'»' chunk- of cedar
j^' inarked: "Famooscedar canon," a hand
ballets frbmfee bntte "back of
"|^i-^. the target markedt "Picked np on
Custer's battle^fields" some iron pyrites
|5. er "salphttr" as it is called tar the mines
®#A®di "Free gold specimens achnid
jCt oflignlteeoal weighing about a hocdred
jM/'pouMs, dnd.'s piece .'of petrifaction
iWt "abont as blgasa pie?eof chalky marked
S^mfs.-fVery'we.' Warranted genuine petrifae-
k, ijkffl." And still FishM weaisasmile of
y* innoeenee worth a hundred
"J|k.. NOTItX
Soties to hweby iten that any eon
fhjfc
11.^
nigwd unless approved by
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N
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AST.
TtteetTs*. fclondsy,
•Wwrsdssr, Bp. m. Wednesday, 8:80
•wfa ftttwAw, Friday,
RJyAw.
11
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1
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•ru.ffv'Y CnaehSB leaving Hedora connect with eaat
boand passenger Train.
Qoaehee arriving at Hedora connect with.weet*
.^owi oonnd passenger train.
Northern Pacific Time Table*
hhfll Pacific Xxpre*e,No. 1....... ......5:57p.m.
a 5 9 5 a
•$$2^ Freight, 8d Class. ,18:01a.
$&$!>' KAST BOVHX).
AtiaatlcSxpretalNo.,2 9:0* a. in.
?¥&}*£: SspNMTnlKht, 8d CliN 6:06 a. m.
§?te Pr«lght,aniCiaee......................12:01 a in.
J.tf.Hjjcmtxa, Agent,
Mrs. James Harmon went east this
morning.
Abe Christopheraon has gone to Min
gosyille. :,\
and slow time will b« made
for a month or twow
One of the bronco's brought down by
Johnny Goodall, fell and hurt himself so
... severely that he had to be shot
John Wardenburg and his men have
.Jieen engaged painting the slaughter.
Imhiss and other buildings lately.
W. H. Stephens, formerly agent of the
stage Co. in Spearflsh, came upon Sun
sJl,dav,a eoach on his way to Salem, Mo.
fc* There was a hard snow-storm begin
ning at Cave Hills and extending down
•onth of South Korean, last Uonday.
ffl |jg!& J. Walker is running the Pyramid
%"-^ark hotel up to a high standard of ex
eellence. We know where of we speak.
George Wilkes' bat is still alive and
soon be sent east for exhibition,
id well worth any one's while to see it.
''fesv Urs. J.'D. Garver and Urs.Geo. Fitz
gerald are both sick. In both cases it
^i-wwas due to too great exertion after recent
^jillness.
fpS The constant high water and gradual
Jsfomelting of ice and snow takes away al
i^f 'inost all chance of a flood of the little
ipfMissouri.-
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The Bad lands Qua Clnb Shoot.
The last shoot did not come up to the
standard of the preceding shoots, owing
to the weather or some other of the un
accoontable reasons which make any
marksman have an oft day. It to to be
that the remaining two contests
will show a.materlal improvement The
following is the scoro:
too Mo •. soo Ton
Name. Tarda Tarda Tarda
Wyland.......54454-tt 44584-SO 23444-17-59
Book 84 444*18 84444-19 44328-16—M
Avers .4 4544-21 48424-17 840&4-W-54
Foeter.....*..4454431 48448-17 84 348-16—M
Tonne....... .54 544-23 8888400 4 40«2-12-50
Piper"....... ,4 4 4 4 4-20 5 4 4 8 4-S» 22040- 8-48
Brown.. .&884*19 846S4-1980230- 8-46
Paddock.... ..5454548 80244-18 30240-9—45
Packard.... ^455.44-22 84888-10 08080- 6-44
VanDrteecho.O4 4 84-15 48034-14 42020- 8—87
Williamson ...4445 4-21 02088- 800804-7-86
TOTAL SCOBS von THBBB SHOOTS,
lit. find. tod.
:J
WS8T BOtJltBt
Wyland 52 64 58
Paddock 55 57 .-45
Piper .'-57 50 48
Packard *52- 44
Book 45 4T
Avers 81 50 44
Foster 28 "54
Williamson 83 84 8Q
VanDrleeche 89 87
Brown 28 46
SHOOXLETS.-
The leaders jack-knifed
The six-eyed blonde has deserted ns.
The TJ&lted States government and his
mountain howitzer did not show up.
The editoriaj harp is hung on the wil
low as far as tne prize gnn.'is concerned.
Ko one aajret.^ha^a sure thing on)the
gun and in any event all should be
promptly on hand to shoot. If all should
stop shooting who' do net expect to win,
the Gun clnb would soon be a thing of
the past. The'next shoot will, begin
promptly at 1:30,'Saturday afternoon.
BISMARCK STEAM LAUNDRY.
Headquarters in the Northwest for ftrst-claae
work at bottom pricee. Mail orders will *««efre
prompt attention., .H
&S:. Freighters Attention!
Be sure aiid take your watch, to the
King jeweler, SpearBsh or Deadwood for
repairs.
Joe Ferris hag already entered the po
tato race.,
John Warn is still holding it down in
Bozeman waiting for court to sit
A pair of nickle-plated clnb skates will
be given to the best lady skater, the con
test to come -off in about six weeks.
The Bismarck steam laundry deserves
to "get there" if any firm does'. Prompt
ly on the day the amount of their bill
for advertising comes without word from
us. Such a manner of conducting busi
ness is rare enough to call for special
commendation
Robert Sloan. cr.me up from the
Hills Sunday on his way to New York.
He is chief engineer of the New York
elevated railroad and was in the Hills
looking up the feasibilty of a Hay creek
coal Toad into Deadwood.' He thinks it
would be a paying s^eenlation but is far
fflprejn.fav(^.pf a road from Medora to
to the Hills. He thinks it wonld be the'
best paying branch of the N. P. Mr.
Sloan is one of the-flrst engineers in the
country and his 'word canies great
weight..
Miss Annie Brophy came down from
Mingusville to the dance Tuesday even
ing.
The Chimney Butte ranch brand, the
Maltese cross, is the latest addition to
our brand columns.
Mike Sexton and Andy Corcoran came
in out of the wilds 'Tuesday evening to
celebrate with St Patrick.
A. Young recently found the mare that
he had advertised for some time. It had
fallen into a sink hole abont a hundred
yards from his shack and smothered.
The seventeenth of Ireland was duly
celebrated last night at the rink and
the light fantastic and one other toe
were "shook." A most enjoyable time
was had.
Messrs. McCalf, Gregg, Martin, Wells
and Sprague. of the Legislature, eame
down from Bismarck Sunday night an A
the three latter left in company with
seven others for the Hills Monday morn
ing.' Messrs. McCall, Gregg and Geo.
Bell of Spearflsh, stayed over and went
yesterday morning1.
Little Tommy, our Tommy, Tommy
Kerr "bobbed np sertn&y from below,"
Tnesday evening. He" leaves to-night
for the wesfranrt again wili the mantle
of gloom descend npoh ua even as the
peregrinating- hen descends upon the
June bug. Ke-good bjre, Tommy, pe
come again. 'K
The slaughterrhppse^will be ready for
business several ."v/fta .v If fore cattle
ean be supplied. Worlc-' will begin as
soon as there is:a certainty of five hund
red head a week, capacity of the
house being nine hdhdred head. Work
will go. cm night and. day and ii is hoped
that steam will not .be completely shut
off until next springy
We are in receipt of a letjter from Vic
Smith, dated at Prplar Creek. March 10.
He stiites that lossampng the Wolf Point
agency »ttle is very heavy and that the
Indians are living high on "frozen-to
death" beef. He also mites that times
are booming in Medont comparison to
any other place he has found.- He says
nothing about his trip but we suppose
he lias started by this time. He glad
dened the editorial^lnart by sending in
some new subscriptions.
At first right it seems like a gigantic
and profitless underUkhig. but the Co,
wilt soon begin the,4reetion of a barn
capable of holding 10,000 cattle. They
will be fed on hay evAfgli to keep them
in prime condition and slaughtered ai
they art needed. Thto ean scarcely be
Tan-
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5 -. r.' r-\:.
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a atfWm
11minnii ii ini iiiiminiiiwmiyniiWlll|ffCT
an ezperimentM it turned out a
tracts or bills made by any of the eu^ e^np1ete sdeeess ln I}nlntb, wher^ feet*
cloyee of the Uedara .Sfa^"^nd .£erfi^muj|ih hlgherthan itri»herey Th6 coin- the business done ls WhoJ^wUs and B^I
wardingCa,wilTnot ba paid «x?«or-
plete output for this year of the Conti
nental cattle Co. has lUready beeh eon
traeftd. Last yearit w&s
These tattle wUl all be killed |^re.
MBHMi
GENERAL
—OF THE—
N. P. R. C. CO.,
MEDORA, DAKOTA,
HAS A COMPLETE LIKE OF*
*''V
Groceries,
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
—ALL KINDS OF--
CANNED GOODS,
Harness,
FELT SHOES,
0.
MEOORA STAGE «tF- CO
Brftnd as «bov« oa left shoulder.
Qotsm btrans °& stage atatlone between Modo
xa and Be&dwood, Dakota.
A reward ot twontj-flve doUars will to paid lor
I information.leading to the arreet and oonrlctlon
of any one deoUng unlawlallj with thoes horeee.
CHIMNEY BOTTE RANCH.
Tuxosobe Roobkyblt, Proprietor.
FlBEit & Mkw»fiku», Manage re.
tie MIesoari. ....
Brand.—As Sbwe onleft hip, or riskt side, both 1
|-or either. "1
Also down cni dewlap as above.
GIT ST
DRUG STORE.
-'«V
Saddles,
Tobacco and Cigars,
O E
RS O ES,
I
LARGE^BTW OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FLOUR and FEE
J).
In fact almost everything1 that
i-^X anyone neecfe
&.*af
tall, and hence
lUftQO imd
S
MBDOBA.DaJk.
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PER^
FUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES
NOTIONSi PERIODICALS,
STATIONERY, ETC
Anything.in otir line not kept in stock, I
I we will be pleased to obtain on shortest
notice...
FRUl^bANDY,
i^ '^\:And.iliind8bf
|NUTS,C:{5ARS TOBACCO, PIPES.
A fine quality of
INEWSPAPERS,
PERIQDICALS,
^-/magazines.
IB®
I BOOKS
OHABLES' COOK,'
|MEDOBAjV^-|^ v- DAKOTA. I
E. J. OWENHOUSE,
BOZEMXN MONK
Dealer in all kinds ot.
v^—«ijAKD(0
FANCY Br
^SWRSj
Chaparejos,jR.i
vjytoptn
Hack*
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mv
hati
OetMaefltef
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E. W. CASEY.
P. O.—Medora, Bak. *.
Brand as aboyeon left hip.
mediial purposes al-
Fare UqQo^d
ways on hand.
oaij^ Am' sits
^tc.yEfc.j
*-p
't 1.
rnm «U pula ot^h.
TOTritMr«n IMMW
pianjItsMaUOa.
HARDWARE
-ax
All kinds of. tin^iU^dUCMTO&lWtKUfcf:^. ..
made and repetod.
N. P.
HU1TK S. MOORS, Muunr.
AMms, Xnau, Bouicvt Oo^ Djx I
KS0
•H'i
1st. brand—Ab above on left hip and ehoalder.
2nd. brand.—Ab above without circle,
llaneo.—ODonnell creels.
No cattle branded as above for Bale.
SLOPING BOTTOM RANCH.
Lloit Bobxbtb, Proprietor.
4.,,
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Ranee.—I4ttle Missouri,? miles sontn' of Jfi P. I
R. R*» .•
Horse brand^Ae aboTe on left whpnlder.
V:-'- BADQ^ROATTLE COMPANY.'
PO-M.doTa.Dak "I HOWARD EATON,K'g'r.
iinie.-Slibile.itti.tl.of N.P.B.B,on
C?
'PaK-
Brand aa above on left hip, horse brand same.
Range, Beaver creek and Little Mlsaoari river.
DORR CLARK.
KfE^nrr^u, pakota.
Ranger-BeUe Fonrche.
Jt
17s.
H. M. J0RGENSI
raopaiETOR.
WOK.
CLARK A PLUM.
SPEABnSlt, DAKOTA.
Brand as side.
Ear inark."-^I^Tfc.e^r cropped.
Bangeri^Grwbd rfrtr.
AddiUonat branagi~-ZD, D2, ZlJ. Char)/ circle
trow...
.'v|
AUcalreebranded
8100 reward/ for ini^rp^icrn leadiBg to the ar
ccet and con^Uon of a^jr one killing or drivinj
stock from the vity W'E6 tiMges.
LITTLE MISSOURI HOR8E COMPANY.
JIBDOKA,DAK.
W. N. THOMPSON & CO.
WH. DANTZ, Manager
Postoffice Address, Mkdoiu, Bilukos Co Bak^
Brand as above on leffttp..
BarMark—Tip ofleft ear cot 6ff sqnare
Vtat*-BarnnderT. Dr
1. Additional b^da.-7Qnarterircle diaaiond on
Lleft side, and ^n ISft nip.'
fck°Te
JH,.
J?
WjH WtJCSJS
SPSSfcsfl&A, iS&
apy
yggg. Vt
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REFRIGERATOR CAR CO.
Ucihuu, B**.
pf-fi
Brand as above on lett 'eiae.
Iloree brand.—Ab above on left B(de.
Braftd as aH6ve on left side.
Horse Brand.—Ae above on left side.:
aide.'
TheK.PvB.ijD
... CIS jUso of «ceex* mir-
CBAS^BFMAFO«^I^VEHTTANDED-H^ AML'7Z
a Ictteide behind-tteslioulde
CalfMarlc-riwtettr grubbed
Ranges fot^aU^v. above Btandft—LitUe
rWer and &aarfte*>eek.
I Postofllce Addrosa," Mkiiora, JJiiXijcur do.,
I Brand aa above-on left hip ampule or3sft ul)t
0XjHlaT
Brand asaboveon left Side. Also one or two]
V*s on either'side
Ear maifk.—UaderbU in left ear.
Marka—Bpth ears aWaU6\v forked.
Horse Brand—alVave on left or Hght blp.
Kange*-8oajU otvN»P.. Jfc.onLittle jlissoad
I river. A
BERRY, BOIG£ & CO.
Poatofltee Atfdrees KaiTii, SIomtam^
Brand as abote'jcm^flht hip, aide aucf whoulder/
EarMark»—Gjift wHrfitear.
Horse Brand*r#MdMs. above on rjitht.hjp.
Range-So^tf^S 1*. K., oa UWle^iesonrl
river and I^verMeek
Postofa
on left ride tad reyeTMd 3 on
I rtctatblp. ..
I wn^-Uttle Hlawwrl, aonUi
of thaR. K.
Tepee bottom
Bar Mwk.—Crop the right
Bone brand.—LC on left etaonlder.
'Owner, of pwiirandoaleltiU^'
80H0 CATTLE CO,
Fotfata A4dm»,Jla^iftAV
#t?}
Jttuofi Coi. THX
wt ni».
r»r
rigkt earaaderop
4%,
Brand as ab9T0^slx loch elrcle-dot] on both
ill ap
sides vfell ap
nuoee^ucmnes-north ot crossing ut N
R. an little Mlssjmtl
tpw,
Brand aaahore on left^shonlder.
Baage.~D8Tis creek wd LitUe Misitoarl river
CU8TER.XteA»L
m-
Brand as aWve. TfbO|vioeh' drcle4ut) on'left
a
Banch—Four mlWflAocrth of crossing of N PiR.
R. and Little MissoqrL.
I Postoftee
PEHNEtt ^ROBERTS
Addwss,^lliiOBA, BaiiKo) o.,Dak.
#3
pf"J§
1
AU^oangstock brandedqnarter drde diamond.
LEMOYNE CATTLE CO.
K. Bi*.
1&-1
Brand as above
|«k«]ee.
Bnwd aboYe o» l«tt4klch -for bone* ead
agMb-rotoTTlU. dow» rlrer from tiani#
•g-
B-
Mt Um« Mlwoittl.
LYDIA BifUUErt. -.
FRANK 8. MOORX, Hteagar
I FoHomce AddrtM, Ml

Hit
(jATTWf ^). S
vraL bar acroM
wmm

1st brand —Afl above-Oilyslile
A TEE- WALIOW'^^^^^^AR.Y'
jk &
Xissonsl
spb^ng creek ranch,
L. !. & B. KUM8BTi ..
J. L. Trvsoott, Manager^
HADDOCK,
k,Msdoea, Dak
WmM
Jnr
-t 4.^ ifcS'AtyA
Snd bran^JIs ab^re 69 rlg^t si^e.
ird brand.—As abote onl^ hip.
••rf TOWERS"& QUDGELL,
l*ostoffic« Address, Kjhtb, UoitTAM&^
4.
'k/r~
Brand as ab^e ori jr)j^t^deu AiidlUonsi' brand.
on both' ^dw».v,U"
Ear Marks—i^It"Mwcwp^T»d tinder hacked,
the right cr6|)bcd V-
Horse Bratiafr—Bame.au above.
Range—4kuth of:N^ P. ^R.llonX»ittle Missouri
river and U«aVei orcck.
BAD LANDS CATTLE CO.
a WAl)swgBpi, Van»s«r '\f-"
Poetofitce Addreest ^iznoi}A Boum CovDak.
1st braod ssjtbaTf 7lon.*ijght Jiip and
dcr, both or either fi.?
ij. v."
Range.—Keogk-ifc^ossUuf
v-1
2nd brand —As ahote, boU6«S Qtt lei(.Mp «l
shoulder, both or either
V-j.
3rd brand—As sbove, p^en lettMpandsioBl*.
A»r, both or either 1 /.
Uastre for the three, brands.-^LittlS- Mlseouri
Tiver, ltteenmiles north of Jfedoy*^
NEflMMELARANCk
GBBooKti»e. Vanagviv
fr* rA,rgy
jlr
Wk
ioa)der for hor|«s a
efceftl*
P.O.—MkDOKA, B^t.
Bancli braflid.—ASibpv^ 6a.r|
der.
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