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BAD HANDS COW BOY,
Vvfp?3V.^
Br A, T. PACKARD.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. 1886.
Northern Pacific Time Table.
TTOM? "BOOHD.
sit
tcrB&cpma. No. 1
'-. liXUMH iTSlgbL SD Class......
cY night, W Claea....
KABT BOUND.
illantlcKxprew,No., fi.-...
•SxpnsaProlsht^3d Class..-..
jggKs, The last* heard of Bob. Thompson, he
!^|piad stolen four of the befit of the 13
lorsea'and gone to parts unknown. This
was last Thursday morning. There is
scarcely one chance'in a thousand of his
getting away and when caught he will
be sentenced to a long term. Besides
the Uedora charges of shooting in the
public highway, resisting officers, threat
ening to kill and horse-stealing, there is
a charge of murder against him from
Strong City, Kansas.
To close out th#Stbck of Stndebaker
wagons now on hand, I will make prices
for cash that are lower than the whole
sale factory rate. The wagons are new
and first-class and have Studebaker.Bros.
full guarantee as to soundness. They
will be Bold cheaper than, any wagons
that have.eve^ been sold in this country
and cheaper than they can be bought in
ear lots at the. factory^ The only reason
for making these rates is to close out
stock, on hand. They must and shall go
Jllfl with only-'ette'and' one-tenth inches of
rain for the last twenty days, with tem
S& perature ranging from eighty-eight to
SfiKa one hundred and ten in the shade.
Following is the mean temperature at
six o'eloeta. m, twelve m. and six p. m.
for both sun and shade, for the thirty
one days of July.
in shade, 8311-100 degrees
sun, 8713-100
At 12 m, in shade. 10130-100
sun, 110 6-100
Jtt 6p. m- in shade, 92 30-100
"sun, 102 6-100
fi'g'st temp, in'shade at6a.rn.98"
12 m, 122"
6 p. m, lli
XVst temp.
at6 a. in shade,- 70
it m. 66"
~'~M 6p. nt 70"
On the 29tlu the highest temperature
in the sun was 74: degrees. The lowest
thVsame day was-70 degrees, with a
deal-sky all day.
'Soring the nmnth, we had twenty-six
and one-third clear days, one and one
third fair days and three and one-third
eloudy days,
WIM Was: N. Wvtwo-thirds of one
d«r Nortb two and two-thirds N. E,
six and' one-third East,-five 8. E, five
and two-thirds South, five and «ae
thirdi S. W, one and one-third West,
tbreeand two-thirds.
":During the month we haye had one
and'13400inches of rain-fall.
On therevening of the 38th„ there was
a brilliant display off northern- lights*
which tasted about fifty minutes. There
ifemaltw dmlngthe month agreatnum
h)ir,i meteors, mostly in the southern
bgifibphcre and eome of them qnite
large.- The number far exceeded any
i^eord I bsve ever seen published.
!th^' ^rtxniest day durinir' the month
wns the 'lOth. Following is the record
of the twelve hours bom 6 aL m.-to6p.
m.:
-Sil (/eloek.
shade 94, son 95 7 o'clock,
-Shade98, sun'104 8 o'clock shade 100,
«sa 106 9 o'clock, shad* i02, ran 110 10
o'cloek^ shade 108, son 118 11 o'doek.
shade 11% son 128 12 o'clock, shade 120,
-snp 184 1 o'eloek, shade 122, sun 136 2
"L. ^eiock, 'shade 116,'sun 136 230 o'clock,
shade 112, son 184 4 o'clock, shade 96,
§f"' A' $7 sik 108 )S tfcloek,shade 86, son ,B2 6
1*' sA' tfeiae»C shade "70, son 76.
», 1 You win see there is a variation of 6(
4ttg(ai»A itt' .flve hours, and at 9S0 p. m..
temperature was 66 degrees.
M,'' Ihirtftg the month,the highest tempe
pj *Bttt»Intt»«|inai8a.nL,waB 100 de
freee,*tu(i6il,lMd«greeeandat6p.m
J-. ,. Tlift*e«ted term 8tlll eoirtinueg up t!
tMrdftte, Al^ust ffi, with temperatur
T^-L'-r §t*agto$ SO degrweinttt
to 118 in the
shade.
#1 ftglM tMf.JHWrt, (torn, ,thett#g!
M.
,* so SttiutToiw or sieknew at an
tmoiMih by UgUalne
4
'C
y.
1f n"
".
:_
6 45p
9:a&p.
11:10 p. in
8:86 a.
6:20a
x:G5 a.
Tjndght, 8td
Glass .. .•..:
D.V.WOIU1B, Agent.
Try La Patria cisar, at the Elk. rl
i&fjjs Frank Noonan, one of the Go's, b'ntcti
iKffie, loft tor Chicago this morning.
|^,k'Yon :ean get a first-class Sirloin or
^Porterhouse steak at the Elk Bestaarant.
r| Johnny Goodall returned last Thurs
day eyening from. New York. He had
iya '/goodluck 'tabing a lot of horses tlirongh,
l&Sgetting them there in good condition.
l&tpj.J.-P.- Small returned Sunday fromChi
IJjiaw'i-where ha marketed sixty head of
I
jLC tpttle.t. They were in good condition,
'ibut only brought $3.25 on a descending
-market.
1
One.jAf Fred WiUatd'i horses made(
*thing$iively in Dan, UcKenzle's black
.•,, smith shop yesterday. It was being tied:
!i»'S downy, when it' broke loose and began
j'fe 'ieatterlng things/in a way to make a
|^|ijyelone turn green with enyy. It finally
®|, -broke out of the shop and thenbotted
ftf Jthwngh the heavy gate on the. Co's. cor
rail, in which it was canght.y"'
A. T. PACKARD.
Weatfce* Review for July.
Forthe Bionth' iff July A. D., 1886,
kept at iled6ra,'&Ilin(p Co, Dakota, by
T. Martin iirtftmJSj iorth, 46 degrees,
minutes ikn(A8 seconds. Longitude
west, 1(6 degre&t, ilftfiiifutes and 12 sec
onds. .•
If'them is anjr pla^ this' side of the
one IngerfioU not'exist, that
can show a hoftir'ricortf for one month,
it has yet td iw btard titm/
The month came- in dry and warm,
POWDER
iUxrar.,
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies.. A marvel of parity,
strength and whoiesomeuess. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be Bold in!
competition with the multitude of low teat, short
weight, alara or phosphate powdors. Sold' onV
in cans. ROTAL BAKIKE POWDKH Co., 106 Wal
St, New York City.
ELK!
RESTAURANT
AND
SAMPLE-ROOM.
'f.
±''.
". V: 7''
Everything First Class.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
MILWAUKEE
KEG BEER ON DRAUGHT.
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E. J. OWENHOUSE,
BOZEMAN, MONT.,
dealer in all kinds of
(Ori
FANCY BltS AND SPURS,
Chaparejos, Reatas, "Quirts,
Hackamores, Etc., Etc,
ORDERS
From all parts of the Territory will receive
prompt attention.
STOVES AND HARDWARE CHEAP!
—AFDLL LINE OF—
STOVES,
COOK STOVES,
RANGES,
—AND—
The Best General Line
Of Hardware
-WE8T OF THE MISSOURI RIVER.—
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Anything in onrline not k«jpt in stock,
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Paie-Itqnoti for medical purposes ni
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Mod IOM* for lOO-Pmom MmpkM
Brand as.above on left shoulder.
Horses strung on stage stations between Medo
ra &ndDeadwood,Dakota,
A reward of t^enty-^ve dollars will be paid for
information leading to the arrest and conviction
of any one dealing unlawfully with, these horses.
CHASE & GUJffORE'S RANCH.
Cha&k itFaY,Managers, Dickinson, Dak.'
Ai.-V.
•RajyJef jf-Cberrj' emit. and. Little Missouri In
winteV«n4»Kilfcser Mountains in summer..
Horerbranfl.—Mule shoe, bar.
THOMAS & ARNEtT.
J. B. THOMA6I, A. H. ABNBTT,
Cheye1ine,\^yo. ,g Dickinson, Dak.
Ringed—Little HiMourii wept of Ellldeer Mts.
Brun«fi-rAH above on'any part of the animal.
fi:ir marks.—Ovi»r half crop'both ears.
Additional brands.—S**E on left side
and Ui on
point of left ahoitfdor-
Horse Brand.-rVH on left shoulder.'
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lor agents In^the
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od-lts iounetpats Wnneettooir Tbros«fcTmlna daDi
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Itixxttehai(i,BfiMUisintk aa MM
It-jOt SOUTHEAST.
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MEDQRA, 8T^GE & F- CO- E. W. CASEY..
L,.C.llUNT1'Maiiiger. ""..i
Postefflee ADDREM, HBDOIU, BILLINGS CO., DiK.
1st. brand—As above on left side and hip.
Also own Kc in circle.
Ear Mark»-r-tTnder-bit both ears.
Vint.--UL nndv both orands.
Horse Brand.—KC on left hip.
Range.—Gamer Greek.
SLOPING BOTTOM RANCH.
LLOTB^BOBBBTS, Proprietor.
P. O.—fedora. Dak.
Brand as aboveon left hip.
Range.—Little Missouri,
7 miles south of N. P.
R.
Horse brandi—As abore on left slioulder.
BADQER QATTLE OOM PANY.
HOWAnn BATON, M'g'r.
Postofflce addrej^, MIDORA' BILLI^OS CO. ,DAK.
vevi S
jusawtMoseWM*'^-
Brand as above on left hip, horse brand same.
Range, Beaver creek and hittle Missouri river.
DORROLARK,
SFKAHHPH. BAKOTA.-R
Brand mhor.'aS leli
.ld.lr
V's on either sidii""
BUCKB0ARDS.
A. T. PACKARD,
AGENT
t'
MED0SA DAK.,
reward- forlnforioatinnTea(liQ^ toithe ar
rest and conviction of~an one killing or driving
stock from the VW or E6'AQges.
UTTUE MlQ80Um HORSE COMPANY.
n. B. TAtLBBItCf
11
is
that ita oireulation nearly equals that of all
other papers of its olssa oombiued. Prioe. $3-Z a
DiaoonottoOlsbs. Soldbrall newsdealors.
A CO^ Publishers. No. 8SlBroadway, N. Y.
M'o'n., MBDORA, DAK.
Brand as above on left shouldsr.
Rtnge.—Davis creek and' Little Jilasouri river.
W. N. THOMPSON & CO.
W1LDAKTZ, Manager.
PostoflBee Address, XXDOKA, 'BOUNOS CO., DAK.
Brand as above-dn left hip.
Bar Mark—^Pip of left ear cut off square.
Vint—Bar under T,
Additional brands.
T, D.
s.—Quarter-circle diamond on
lefthip.
LEMQYNE CATTLE CO
(LIMITED.1
*i .V'y
Brand aa above on left aide and reversed O on
right hip. -v
cUves.—L&le ^iissourl River, south of N.
R.R. Co. Moat.
HOXKandDawson
lUxcH.^pawson Co., XontaoK^^...
Bar Mark.—Crop the rlght.
Horse brand.-r-LC"on left ahonlder
No cattle sold In tnes
see brands.
cBA..fga?^KSF,
1DOMA, III
GARNER CREEK HORSE RANCH.
3. A. YJINEKOIHN, Propi^vy"
1
Hedor^fltk.
»one or two
Ear mark.—Under-bit in left ear.
Range.-^Belle'iTourche.
OLARK & PLUM.
SPBA&F1SU, DAKOTA.
Brand as abnve«qleft side.
Ear mark.—LMfctyn* croBi«l.
KanKe.-urattffjj^r. iSJj.
Additional braadai—ittJ'Jfa *io 0ar), circle
cross.
All calves bratdaff E0.
$100
tj^l^abOTe low down omleft hip.
of^^Krner CEMky eight miles from mouth.
CHIMNEY PUTTE RANCH
.TUBOBOBB REYSBTBLT. Proprietor.f
P. O'.—Medora, Dak -. a
Range.—Six mllee south of N P. R. R., on Llt
tleMissonrl. :.
Brand.—As above on l$ft hip, or right side, both
orelther.
Also down cn^devrlap-as above.
BULLION HOR6E :RANCN.
Brand.—As^above on left hip.,
Range,—Bullion creekj.twepty milee south of,
Medora
N,.P. REP RISER AfOR CAR CO...
ass?®?
Brand as above on left side.
The N. P.R. C. Co is also owner -of stest#
chased of Mason L'ovell lirf^ded rH~ and
on left side behln^^liM^ulder.
Calf Mark-^L^ft eav.s^nbW"
Ranges forfait ^boVs^tb^da—LittleMissouri
river and Bttverci^w^ft...^--:
P8BORNK^BROS,, Proprietors
Postofflce Address, M«DOIU BIIXMSS Co., .DAK.
Brand as above oji either side.
Range,—Knutson'^pok.
HorMBrand ^^'oaJ^ft:h^^ ^^-|^^/.'.
BERRYjBOlCE & CO. :V
,, Postoffli^ Atoei^^JnTii, MoHliKl.
Brand atf above'on -right Wp, Aids'
ke-^Griib the right
Sameaa aboveon rienc nip
Range—Southldf N. P..R. R., on Little HI
£^r Jdarke-^-tirtib the right
ear
Horse Brand—Same aa above on riebt hip.
.. Issonrl
river and Beaver creek
E.G.fcADDOCK,
Postbfllce Ad^$ad« EDOBA, DITTO:
left side^andT onle^t hip.
All young stock brandedot Brand As above [stx-lncn. drdtje-do on both
side# well u.
mllevnorth of, crossing of N. P.
quarter circle diamond
Brand as above (fodrriboji drclshdot) «n left
sboalder and left hi
Ranch—
R. and Lit
8PRlNChCf|EgR- RANCH.
L,D.*B.Bt9UBV.
L.^bdsoott, Manage^
Postofflce Address, UiDoiu. BitUKOs Co.,
Brand as abovroa left hip and side or left hip
only.--
Kir
Brand as above-vrttb ^O on-leftside
Bar Marks—flwallow fork right ear and crop
Rings-Little Wssotiri river and Besm Creek
#orthoC P. B/R.
CU3T5R.TRAIU CATTLE CO?
F. ALDBN EATON, Supt,
roatofllce Addrfse, MBDOIU,- CO., DAK
Horse Brandjp^ on left hip A.
Vint, bar across
n®w
top^
Ran}^h-Little Xusooii tiver.Pevp and DaTli ..u
creeko, iii'r
U9UlDStt««a^
let brand:—As above oniighl
Also swallow fork rlght sar
8rd brand.—As above on left hip.
-NEIMMELA
GREOOBTUITS,RANCH.Manafar.
'Asm
P.
6.—MBDORA,
DAK.
Ranch brand.-^As abbve on lcft «r right skeal*
der.
Ranee.—Keagk eroseluf ot-^LlUU Vlaseuil t«
Pret^butte,^ .•
Vint—Bar under tBIitle.
All^oung stock branded wll)t this brand.
92
Sml. Brand.—AfrjthoveonieffrcS^lJit^oiWe^
Vint—Bar under^iSranpt "v
Stitch
#rf
3rd. Brand —Aa absve ah^whsre sn animal.
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BAD LIA1$$8 CAT7LC CO. ..
M. WAD^IWORTH, Vana^er.
PMtofflce Addre^vllKiKmA, Bitiiicis 0*.,''9i£^
?.Y.V ST-.'!*-1-.
1st brand aa aboxe 7Ly on right hip and Monli
der, both or either.
3rd brand-—As .above, Pd on left blp and ske«]
der, both or either.
Ranre for the three br^nda^Llttls Mlsssirl
river, fifteen milee north of Xedora.
TOWERS & QUDQELL,
PostofUee AddrftSj KIITH
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