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SIiDAI YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME IV, No. z3 MILES CITY. MONTANA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER a6, 1zUS. PRICK FIVE CENTS.
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MILFS CITY. M. T.
Mý APLU " TUART,
M " uTa4Cr!O ANDILDUI.
latmatm. fu fmmab all khIm of carpenter
4 PH~lrsICI 1AND BURGUON.
at W. E. 8avap' drug 649. 12 11
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OS.e at City Dnmg ste.
R. J. JAY WOOD
PMYSICIAN AND sURorON.
O e b the Journal lIsIlas. Maim Stueet.
U·. W. H. GºI'MTUORPK,
PEICIAN AND NUIGUON
DAY AND IOHoreg
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WDR 3W A. BURLIJOR,.
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- W. T$TYRLL 3.3. OARLOCK.
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ml th, 7 U1. Cit. Mesama.
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(uUCCE8soRs mo c. B. LEBC'BER.)
PATENT MEDIC I NES
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WHOLEAL3 AND RETAIL
101. AGT FOR
O E'S SEwr NP,
C. K. SHERBURNE
Semese. L . Sameg & a s
We beg to announce that our entire new stock of
Bilks, Dre- Goods, Muslls Oarpets, and
Housekeeping Gooods and all other
goods in our Dress Goods depart
ment are to be closed out at
As we intend to no longer keep this class of goods.
Our dry goods store will hereafter be devoted to
Clothing, Gents Furnishings,
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
Will remove about September 15th to their i,
NEW7 BR-ICKC STORE, :
Adjoining the First National Bank, at which time
they will open up the largest and best
BRIDLES, BITS, SPURS, ETC.,
Ever brought to this territory.
Stock Saddlesto Order a Specialty
STOCK GROWERS NATIONAL
MIT.LS CITY, MONT.
(SUCCEEDING STEBHINS, MUND & CO.)
CAPITAL - - - - - $100,000.00
T souns M ad bukinas of stock men aoic4 AS premi t pO ept
INTE.REST ALLOWED ON TIME DEPOSITS.
atual eak d. the lepubka, Nrw 1eks FM Nxamal Rak, ha.
1 Bask, * Tirst anak, Reless; a tional Baak, Dead
wood, Dak,; a. Pos a co., abra.s. Wpo.
DRAFTS DRAWN ON ALL FOREIGN CITIES.
W. L STI~I8 treemist. R. L /AMRI), DCashr
W1. 1/ Ati, he l.deit. I . WIL.T, Au't c..air.
J. . COLLINII, JOHN MOXRXSON, CBA. IKULSeY,
Onh 5g.' ObemYm, Wyo. Y"i City. Mest.
1. S. COLLINS o
I3MNO· AN TREET, MI1 aS:OIITNM.;
I~r ~ 5 rI r eihge WIi eze I·ue er eztemltre stel~ Ii e
STOCK AND SIDE SADDLES,
Made.me, may .&1M.(tws~mme~ er0
HAND MADE HAR.NEBB
Vimitine Is the ..d ht heb·CtLa. reeb. "uJg mmdl a ruq .mn.
I--emeO NWU AIM Ih 3W Is OSr OSmRaus'ugmm.
,. Sp3pg4i 8to te of 2alifemea UL& n .r Spur.
Baml RaIw TAIPAILINS,
fleed Hsltaiu WAISH 0 WEN
BedFA~[ IAD EU UIIGOI
Lt gaW M 1W jus a
What a Number of Stock Grow
ers are Doing at Their
Winn Roberts Convicted of
Doings of Cattle Men, Ranch
Men and Others.
Distriet Court Proe*dllao.
FA LI. TERM-1 WENTY-NECOND IDAY.
The Territory of Montana vs. Winn
Roberts, grand larceny; trial contin
ued second day. A large portion of
the day was put in trying to prove an
alibi and the case was continued until
8:30 o'clock In the evening, when the
judge charged the jury and they re
tired in charge of affable McAusland.
After thirty minutes they returned
with a verdict of guilty.
The case of Peter Atchleon vs. John
Carter; the plaintiff moves the court
for judgment on the pleadings.
First National Bank vs. Chris Hehli,
et al. The following defendants were
defaulted: Allan J. Kennedy. Will
iam Green, Allen Igon, Isaac Orsehel
and Herman Orachel. Chris Hehli is
Mtill at large and remains to be count
In the case of C. K. Sherburne vs.
Charles Berg defendant flies demurrer.
John Robertson. formerly a citizen
of Norway, appeared before District
Clerk Sulgrove and presented his first
papers and his good character being
vouched for by Joseph Prike and
James Dunlap he was admitted to all
the rights and benefits of citizenship.
Irrlgassm Deert Clamm..
The work of cutting ditches on sev
eral of the desert claims, taken up last
year, is steadily golung on. The Nlo
brara cattle company at its home
ranch on the Powder river, has a very
extensive and costly ditch nearly
completed. This ditch will supply an
amount of water sufficient to irrigate
several hundred acres of land. Ferdon
A Biddle will commence operations
on their ditch of two miles in extent,
on their home ranch on the Powder.
In a few days. The capacity of this
waterway is calculated to Irrigate a
large body of land. We also under
stand that Mr. George Myers will
soon commenoce operations on a very
extensive ditch on the Powder river
at or near Sheep creek, perhaps this
autumn. In additioun to these, several
extensive irrigating streams, have
during the summer past, been out on
the upper Powder and its tributaries.
The Stoddard outfit, on Clear creek,
during the past year or two, have cut
several miles of ditch, sufficient to ir
rigate thousands of acres. From these
general facts It may be seen that the
cattle men are in earnest and intend
to fulfill their engagements with the
government to irrigate their desert
claims. Others, which we will men
tion in due time, are preparing to ful
rill similar engagements.
The following communication from
Territorial Veterinary Keefer In rela
tion to the supposed mortality in cat
tle caused by eating Jobnson gras, It
referred to those who have the means
of investigating the matter with the
suggestion that it should receive full
and carelul Investigation. It is a
matter of too much Importance to be
permitted to rust on any bypotbheis,
although it would seem that the duty
of demonstration, which latter can
only be arrived at by actual experi
ment. rests with the the Stock Grow
erm' Association and not with an Indi
HELENA, MONT., Sept. 21. 1886.
UfRt TSLLOWeaNI JOGURAL.
DnAz Sin-In a recent issue of your
paper I notice an article on diseased
cattle where the parties seem inclined
to the belief that Johnson grao bas
poisoed them, which -7 be kre,
but &he symptoem as deegribed In Ihe
JOURNAL' are similar qot quite the
name as ha besMM depwbed to me by
others whoe cattle have not been
nea 3y 1*3505 «*-; OemsB-Us
would ask at thqr look thorwugly
and WefuIy to - If they can aot
fand 9000 wgu 4 6* oon otfer
than 11e JoblISh g- p m their own
as well as for my *$Dow lotert.
Jnam" simpsoS, me of the
tsnobes of OWe Rosebud, wes In InWi
y-royo 41" ofSamNo d MW
no M"" lttewJo u TALft-. He
difut h geml hUto of doo Is
me* hr YeeWo- vafey, i b
*ybeb'Ohe^ iU l s, h bkm.
*--A-IS ^Bs b-lwa-&4-M-n-I*
A B3AS MUll?.
Miss stamsly's hcmpllshmets wa u ere
womas a. Reaster.
Manager Maguire, of the Grand
Opera House, vouches for the veracity
of the following fromn the Missoullan
of the 18th, which otherwise would be
very hard to swallow. The story
shows that the young lady s Ipossessed
of a goodly share of courage, as well as
attractiveness on the stage, and will
make her quite a heroine In the east:
"Yesterday afternoon several mem
hers of the 'Paintin' the Town Red'
company took a ride to the fort, Miss
Alma Stuart Stanley and Frank D.
Blair going on horseback, and managi
era targeant and Maguire, Louis
Villemaire, and Miss Louise Fdgar
taking a carriage. When about half
way over, and the equestrians were
riding on the prairie a hundred yards
or so from the road, they came upon a
bear In one of the little depressions in
the ground. The bear started up,
and, seeing that the party was intent
on doing him harm, if possible, made
towan! the Bitter Root as fast as he
could go. A most exciting race fol
lowed. Miss Stanley and her com
I panion in full chase after his bear
ship, and the party in the carriage fol
lowing as best they could over the
prairies. The bear occasionally made
breaks to the right or left, but his fair
pursuer, as chief of the round-up, kept
I him headed for the fort, and succeed
I ed in running him fairly Into the
parade ground. She was gallantly as
slsted by Lieutenant Gerlach, who
came upon the scene shortly after the
discovery of the bear. Of course the
s Third infantry valliantly turned out
I to her support, and the animal was
t killed on the island just beyond the
I parade ground. He was a handsome
I pecimen, and weighed 400 pamuds.
1 Miss Stanley was the recipient of
many congratulations and sLntrere
praise from the military gentlemen
over her gallant conduct in the face of
the enemy, and she taken away with
her one of the paws of the animal as a
The lpneaneo l eemlm s tso new Trk.
Nominations were reached by the
Republiean state convention at Sara
toga, N. Y., on Wednesday, the 3rd,
as follows: ,
Governor, Ira Davenport.
Lieutenant-Oovernor, Gen. Carr.
Secretary of State, Ansen 8. Wood.
Comptroller, Jam. W. Wadsworth.
Att'y General, Edward B. Thomas.
Engineer, W. P. Van Reneseler.
Hon. Ira Davenport, of Steuben
county, the Republican nominee for
governor of New York, is represented
to be one of the beet equipped men In
point of education, irtegrity and ex
eoutive ability In the state. He has
never been a politician, although he
has had six years experience as sena
tor and served as comptroller one
term of three years. His nomination
with that of General Carr, the Irish
Republican of Troy, for lieutenant
governor, and Representative Jas. W.
Wadsworth, of Livingston. for comp
troller means that the Republiocan of
New York are united for tbecampaign
this fll and will win against the di
vided Democracy, especially if Hill be
the Democratic gubernatorial nomi
nee. Both Dvrenport and Wodsworth
are young men and were neighbors of
the Kreidler brothers of this city.
The cry of no gram. on the range, roe
gaudlea of the greashoppers, io not
true. Having made careful nlquiry
of such parties who have ridden in the
beef-gathering round-ups we learn
that while there is no grass on or near
the great thoroughfares over which
thousands of attle have passed during
the summer, there Is go the other
hand, plenty of bright cured grus
in the bills and gulobes beyed the
feedlagground, trail sad main res.
There need be no apprehenalon idbot
the stock pulling tbroeh the winter.
Rev. G. W. J *F le back froma
three week's Jao to the Naioal
Park, looking la every way the better
br the trip. He made the trip Il eom
pany with other toerbts whse ao
qualautnoe he mede a roee, by pri
vats aveIyaeS, adoph their own
ro sw w ig- e lang as thy
pl.4 .. -te . wb -.... wk er ''
-. - thn t bs 4aM'
,rIinbin. 3teoM who Mwas useaM.
pagaued to a )Im ato q m
i, to V iep la. Yht l.
I ailtl se M4 , ba ha
e ne ale Use, ao n b.de l~la
with tHis sieah et ho ammpri
v M b
Haverly's minstrels meditate a raid
Butte will have one more variety
show, making five in all.
A number of Helena's prominet cit
ieans are putting gas in their resi
A daily stage line is to be put in op
eration between Boulder City and
Boulder City is going to build tele
phone lines to Butte, Helena, Wickes
(Sam Townsend, with his own and
Bob Roberts' outfits is freightlng be
tween Chaldron and points in the
It is definitely settled that all the
Chinese cook, at Walkerville will be
discharged at the eird of this month.
White help will be at a premium in
The P'lymouth Rock cattle company
of Beaverhead county, last week
bought 1,000 head of cattle of Thomas
Pierce, of Horse Prairie The price is
The Odd Fellows havt a fine work
lng lodge of thirty-flve members at
Choteau, and the first sir o have been
taken to organize a lodge of Knights
Some unhung wretch having neither
fear of God nor respect for his fellow
man stole an e!ght-gallon keg of beer
from a newly married couple at.
The members of the Big Hole herd
log association have determined to
ship to Chicago again this year, and
will gather to ship from Red Bock
about the 6th of October.
Mrs. Sarah Ella Davidson, of Boul
der valley, recently killed a bear that
was loafng around the house, and se
cured $7.60 bounty for the hide, which
she needed to make the last payment
on her sewing machine.
H. B. Wodsworth, while superin.
tending the Bad Lands cattle com
pany' sblipment of beeve at Dickin
son, last Saturday, slipped and Silt
from the top of a eaboese, breaking
his leg .in the falL Mrs. M. Wad
worth went to Dickinson to attend
hlm.-Bad Lands Cow Boy.
The rumored appointment of A. J.
Steele, of Helena, to the receivership
of the land ofele of that place, vice
Burton removed, proves to be a
canard. The same is true of the re
moval of Judge Galbraith and the ap
pointment of Borie, of Butte.
The hunters in the viclinity of the
National Park are not meeting with
as good success as formerly in their
quest for game. Elk and deer are
very scarce in the hunting grounds
north and west of the Park, and if the
Park boundary is cromed policemen
are watching every movement.
The aity of Helena has uoneluded a
contract for the ensuina year with the
Helena Electril Light company for
supplyling the city with igtees lights
at $15 per month each, at S,B0 per
year, the contract to take effect a the
1st of October. The preent contrast
price is $.,300 for sixteen lights. The
new contract will be a saving of near.
A man named Curtis was arrested
by Stock Inspector llth at the Mle
sourt, where he was running a herd o(
cattle for T. C. Power. His right
name is Miller, and he is wanted IL
Nebraska for cattle stealing. He was
arrested there a year ago last April,
bit escaped from the autborties. He
as boemely a buther at Fort Robln
SS.- rBlltag Ossette.
Tbomas NWOWgi Informed the Cle.
selte last evening that the Bull moan.
WAi rowud-up had found the remanin
of a man noer Hibbard creek, aut
sixteen miles from Junutloe City.
The body was much decayed. Fram
the clothing and boots It wa thought
to have been the remains of a toltas,
possibly a dewter wbo bad jerlabsi
In"t wrntOr.-Blfllngs OsMdUs.
Tueuday aftmrnoom there were three
piles of diver ban oor"ed up la fets
of the Pacile express Oief awaliux
shipmsest-ono of the largest ship.
meats 1r a single day of tbe preses
year. Tbe LesuBgCs owted two el
valued a SM7--uT 4 ead Me w
th eibe, enooolanlA ime ft j
Worth nowU-& low value st it
Serlber MGMsenialn "Wine
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