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A FINE STOOK
The Advantages of Montane
For the Successful Raising
of Horses , Oattlo and
The BonoT Draw PastnrnRB Nntrl-
lion * the Tear Aronnd on'2.31
tbe Va t Flalnn.
Some InterestingFacts and Figures
Ooncornlnft the Cattlo-Balamar
and Dairy Business.
Uozetrm Ott-P" > ' to t. 1'iul rioice'-tVcn
The traveler across the plains of
Horthorn and Eastern Montana a fpw
years ngo would hnvo mot almost daily
vast lurds ot bufialos and nntoloppa.
The prairie was lilt rally black with
them snramor and wintor. They wofo
the wild cattle nndshcepof the Indian.
As long ns they were abundant , lie
thought it easier to jump on
a horse and run down a buf
falo cow or to stalk & fat mito-
lope than to rear domestic animals.
While the rod man hold possession of
the land this state of affairs continued ,
But hia white brothers pressed in
from all aide * , the buffalo herd *
diminished , the antolopeo bcc.uno
scattered and shy , only the limitless
pra'rios romsinod , The thought
naturally occurred to th6 now occu
pants , that a obuntry which had been
the homo of auoh numbers of live stock
would surely prove favorable to do-
moatto herds. Immigrants , coming
in wagons from Missouri or Minnesota ,
had driven a few milch COHTS along for
the supply of milk on the road ; but
these did not go fartowards a basis for
the ostablUlunont of extensive herds.
People having this business < n view
wont .therefore to Texas , California
and Oregon for their stock cattle , and
iho business grow gradually by the
naturalmcroaso of the herds. Beef
sold ut good prices , and the value of
stock cattle wnt up to10 and $50
per head. As yet there was only a
homo demand for the beef , and the
time came when the supply exceeded
the demand , hast nod by the tornpor-
nry decrease o' populatii n after 1872 ,
Prices dropjnd u itil good ouws nii hb
bo bought at 812 per head. It then
first Boomed to dawn upon pur
stockmen that aa it had boon possible
to drive stock into the Territory , so it
might now provo profitable to drive
them out. In 1874 there wore nb'out
100,000 cattle in Montana , and that
year a few thousand steers were driv
en to the Union Pacilio railroad and
shipped to Chicago. From that day
the cattle interest took a now start
and has grown into a very important
and valuable industry.
Before entering into details about
the different kinds of stock , lot us
first examine into the capabilities of
Montana in a general way as ft stock
raising country. Prof. Cyrus Thomas
Bays in his reports in the publications
of the United States geological survey :
"Without injustice to any part of the
west , it may bo truly Boid of Mon
tana , that it is the best grazing section
of the Kooky mountain region. " A
few years ago The New York Tribune
sent one of its best correspondents ,
Mr. Z. L. White , to examine the resources -
sources of the western territories. Ho
sums up his report as follows :
Montana i < the best grating country In
the world. I know that thU Is a bu'd ' at-
lertlon to mnkt , but aft-r nealng Home-
thin ? during the pant autnmnr of the be < t
cattla ranges of lCausH , Nebraska , polo-
rado , Dakota , Wyuinimr. ami Utuii , tohlrh
itites and territories lurnlth UK a lnr .e
proportion of i ha beef consume 1 in tliia
country , nod talking with stock men , army
officer * , und others who > > o acquaintance
with the went , i * lar moro exteualvo than
my own. and whose experience given to
their oi'lutyn ' great weight , I am certain
that It la not exaggeration. Thera may bo
portion * of South Amurlca , where cnttlp ,
sheep and horses inay lie raided ut lent ex-
penim than ia IlunUia , but there U < >
talnly no placa in the United titata * ,
where the same grade of aultualu , ready
for market , cost the ranchmen lewinmiey ,
while the price which they command in
greater than in any of the Spanlah Ameri
can republic * , and but very little below
that obtained In the lets remote itatoa
and territories this tide of the Mlulislppi ,
nCNDEEDS or 8IHILAB STATEMENTS
might bo quoted , and , while they con
tain exaggerations , behind them all is
buia of Bolid facts. One of the best
evidences of this is that nearly every
cs.piUllnt.in Montana has made invest
ments in stock , and that in a country
whore money loans rapidly at 1 to 2
per cent , per month. Most of our
uoceuful merchants , bankers and
miners own herds of cattle , ahoep or
horse * , or o j shares in some of the
'largecattle. ipanios , ' and vurjfl Idw
them seem inclined , to ell out !
The firat .requisite of a stock country
in good graw and plenty Ml it.
The grasses of the Rooky mountains
are the well-known grama ( or buffalo )
1 and bunch grasses. The buUUIo grass
is a short , and , curly gnus , rarely ex
ceeding four or five- inches in length ,
but extremely nutritious. This grows
on very dry soils , and is specially
adapted to sheep , but has not in Moil-
tana the same importance as in the
southern territories. It is the bunch
grass on which our cattle food and
fatten on a thousand hills. Under this
name are embraced several distinct
species of grasses : but they have all
the sarno characteristics. It grows in
more pr less scattered tuft ) , and to a
height of one to three f.ut , according
to the richness and moistuio of the
soil , On the driest , gravelly plains
there are largo , bare spaces between
each "bunch , ' ' while in the high
mountain pwki I have found ic grow
ing close and ( all as timothy in an
eastern meadow , It is often out for
hay on thp table lands near the moun
tains , yielding as much as one and
one-half tons per acre. It docs not
grow in the low , alluvial bottoms , but
the benches , the table lands , the foot
hills , the very mountains themselves ,
where not frost-clad or naked rock ,
are cohered with this admirable grasv ,
It is a beautiful sight in spring to see
all these vast plains and hills usiumo
an emerald hue , as the now grasd
springs up and gradually climbs the
mountain elopes , following closely in
the wako of the uniting snow , until
it clothes them to the summits , In
Juue it reaches its full growth , and as
the heat and dryncgs of the air
ncreaiw } the grass assumes gradually
a yellowishhuo , and by the middle or
end f July" " has the appearance of a
ripe grain field. But now the pecu
liar qtulitiee ofthis grass begin to
bow theaMlrMA An eastern grass
wkiak WM all drup up for want of
moisture would soon have its little remaining
maining strength beaten and blcachuc
nut by the rain , the wind , And th <
sunshine The mountain bunch grass ,
dried standjng on the prairie ( retain )
nil its nourishing properties and is
fully as good feed as in itaqreonsUta.
As Prof. U. W , Raymond says of it ,
' 'to pasture a horse on bunch gnus is
like giving him plenty of goon' hay
with regular and liberal feeds of
rain. " Towards spring it loies some
of its strength , but when tlock can
? et plrnty of this dry and apparently
worthless grass to eat , llioy will keep
in good condition all winter without
other food and without ( hotter. This
IMME-iBB ADTAKTAOR MONTANA HAS
in raising Block , making Is possible to
follow this pursuit without expensive
winter feeding , whrrover the climate
conditions are such that the snow does
not fall very deep or lie long at the
time. The snow/nil is very variable
in different winUra and different Ip-
cilitlos. In Bo/iio / of the mountain
valioys , the boil grain aootionn , it falls
usually deep and covers the ground all
winter ; in others snow sufliuiently
dicp for sleighing is almost unknown.
On the plains and in the inoro open
country the fall is ordinoiily light ,
and oven when a heavy fall occurs it
remains on the ground but a few days.
A warm wind from the PaciGs , the so-
called Chinook , carries it off or a high
wind , ovnn if cold , b'oira it into the
hollows and gulches , leaving the
ridges and points baro. Once in a
while a general snow occurs , covering
the whole face of the country to a
depth of from six to eighteen inches ,
and staying on the ground several
weeks , undisturbad by wind.
Then is the time for the
stockman to "rustle. " If his cattle
are in good condition ihoy will stand
short commons a long time ; but if
thejr are already weakened by snow
weather and the range has boon
closely grazed , his losses are apt to bo
heavy. If ho has n fresh range near
by to which ho can drive hit herd , ho
will usually escape- severe loss , as the
cattle can grazj through a consider
able depth of snow as lout ? as this re
mains loose. But if n thaw comes ,
followed by a hard freeze , while the
snow still lion deep , and a hard crnst
forma on the top , then the cattle can
neither travel nor feed and faro hard
if it continues long. Such cases are ,
however , extremely rare. In April
and May Iho fulls of rain and wet
snow are general and heavy , and
those the stockman hails with delight
as they insure a good growth of grass.
It is only within the last few years
that the plains have been open to the
stockgrowor. Ho has followed , as the
Indian has boon pushed back. Now
all of Montana , except the Indian
reservations , is practically open for
settlement. A few herds have pushed
oa far east oa the Mussloshell , but
nearly one-half of Montana is yet
virtually unoccupied. To this vast
section many eastern capitalists are
going as well as the stock-growers
from the crowded ranges of Wyom
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A CRAZY ELEPHANT.
The Damage He Did In One Week
Twenty Persons Killed.
London World ,
Mola Bukah belonged to the Mahar
aja Benaro * , and was lent by him one
January to a small shooting party in
South Mirzapur , consisting of three
gentlemen , two of whom had with
them their wives and children. Ho
was without tusks , of great aizo and
of what amateurs call beautiful points ,
stanch with tiger ? , trained and tracta
ble , but credited from the fir.it known
of him with an uncertain temper , On
the 15th of thp month ho took part in
an expedition into the jungle , pelted a
wounded tiger in a ravine with clods
till the brute charged and fastened on
hia oar , then got his foe between his
logs and kicked him from hindfoot to
forefoot and back again till ha was
done for. On the 10th ho carried
aomo of the party , including two
ladies , for an outing , nothing unusual
being observable in his manner , except
a rather excited rivalry with a hone
which'was cantering by his aide , On
arriving at camp ho was fed as usual
by female hands , and hii affectation
humored of having a biecuit put ac
tually into hia mouth. Ho had , how
ever , about him rather a menagerie
stnoll , for which a bathe in the neigh
boring river was proscribed. In per
fect peace of mind all retired to rest.
But at midnight came the cry , "Mola
Bukah has killed his mahout I" This
was true , but it was generally thought
that the act was accidental. The par-
oxyama had oorno on him about 2 A.
u. Ho at once tore himself loose und
wont in aoarch of bis second attend
ant. This man wai a purloiner of
grain , inattentive and cruel , and
Lgroutly detested by the animal. The
manout and his deputy were sleeping
side by aide under a tree , shrouded
In their coverlets as the man
ner of the country is.
1IOLA. KNELT ON IIIH EMCUT
and killed him and perhaps in attempt
ing to rise stepped on to the mahout ,
who was a drunkard and not likely to
ba easily awakened or to think of
rolling aside. At any rate , some
hours afterward , when the animal re
turned and saw the bodies ho only
looked down at that of the mahout ,
but seized the other and tossed it
liithor and thither , All was alarm ,
naturally , in the camp , Oots were
ilung up in trees one fortunately a
janian and the ladies and children
put in comparative safety , Morning
, vas anxiously looked for. When it
: amn , however , the coast waa cloar.
Mola Buksh was passing his time in
wrecking a village at some little die-
.anco , unrooting tbo houses and plun
dering the sweetmeats and grain , The
3ther elephants had been driven into
ho jungle ; the men were armed and
rigilantf the servants on the watch ,
is no alarm waa given , a forced
narch waa determined on and off
ho whole party aet for an en
jampment tan miles on. This was
reached in safety , but the elephant
TUB soon in pursuit , upset the camels ,
oads and Ml on the rt&d , flung to '
jight and loft the burdens dnsotted
by the fljing coolies , caught up two1
unhappy lingerers and killed thorn
both and pounded Away over the hill
stones with madness in his head and
and unnatural activity of over-heated
excitement in his limbs. The various
friends were seated on trunks watch
ing their growing encampment , when
the shout arose "Mola is comingl"
And sure enough , _ headlong down a
stoop pitch , swung into view the reck
less mammoth , as if the fiends were
close behind him. That was a moment
mont indeed. Wives , ayahs and chil
dren were hurried to trees scarcely of
adequate height , and the nun and the
servants took their places for dofer.ca
beisido them. But one I shall cer
tainly name him Wigratn Money , a
magistrate of Mirzipur , advanced on
the little plain between the tents
MEET THK AFlTtOAflHINO IHlUTE.
Ho received Mola Buksh at fifty yards
with his first barrel , and the ball
struck the centre of the forehead.
This stopped him , and a second made
him turn ngain toward the hill. Ho
was pursued on horseback , and thouzh
ho doubled round and again approach
ed the tents , ho remembered his les
son ; and , indeed , though ho dogged
the hurried marches of the party , ap
pearing suddenly and causing great
alarm , for the next day or two ho
seemed to have a dread of coming
quite cloto. The distances ho travel
ed were scarcely credible ; by light and
in the dark it was one excited and
dcstructivo raid , without exhaustion
and without repose. Ho tore off roofs ,
ho toro up wheat , ho devoured or
scattered the contents of shops. The
villagers men and women , children
and old people fled btforo him. Ho
invaded two o'.hor sporting camps be
sides the ono ho waa first attached to ,
tossing the equipments about , mad
dening the horaos and at times sur
prising some unfortunate attendant.
Ho harassed the Maharaja himself on
the line of march , pushing over his
camels and breaking hisfurnituro , and
forced the prince to save himeolf by
sheer galloping to a country palace.
Ono of his last feats was this : A
Ranee of high birth waa on a pilgrimage -
ago to Bonaroj. She waa encamped -
camped in a grovo. Rod and
white striped tents were enclosed by
the canvas walla ; in the innermost waa
she herself. The tag-rag entourage of
native rank encircled her. A seedy
aopoy or two , with shakoes over their
tied up heads and old unloaded flint
muskotr , stood about. There wts a
rush of cattle and peasants down the
road , dust in cloudp , and a cry of "the
elephant ! " The Ranoo's currish hire
ling loft hor. Mola Bukah leveled all
opposing obstacles and stood before
the miserable princess herself. The
slave girls had hidden themselves.
The old lady fled to her palankeen.
The mad animal toro her from it and
put her to death. Ho foastbd on a
heap of cakes which had been prepared
for the shrines of the holy city. A
Brahmin crept in to BOO what the fate
of his mistress had boon Mola seized
him and deatoyod him , and flung him
on the road , whore hia body waa aeon
by my informant. On the 27th the fit
subsided , and Mola Bukah walked
into hia stables at Rarautngur , the
fort of hia master , near Benares , glad
to have his wounds attended to. Ho
had boon a week on the loose had
killed twenty persons and wounded
other ? , and had destroyed a great deal
"Evory Ono Was A.toaiihed. "
NEWCASTLE , Ind. , May 30 , 1881.
H. H. WARNEK & Co : Sirs About
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and every ono waa astonished at my
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Lords of Creation.
In Now York loose pants , hollowed
out at the bottom to fit over the shoo ,
are being worn now.
In coats , the latest fashion'in New
"York is three and four button frocks ,
very quiet , in dark colors , with pin
chocks and dots.
The vesta are being cut short , and
fancy vests in polka dot and stripe are
being worn. White vests will not bo
worn this summer.
The straight standing collars , com
ing together in front , are worn a great
deal , but'tho swell collar is ono with
about a quarter of an inch space at the
throat and the ends bent down about
half an inch. The flat scarfs are still
worn in bright colors.
Low stiffhats , with broad brims ,
are to be worn. The colon are snuff
brown , olive green and black , with
light drab for summer wear. Straw
hats will not bo worn to any great ex
tent. The silk hats are made with a
wide brim and a very largo boll crown.
In underwear , the favorite article
tor summer wear appears to be fancy
striped balbriggan suite consisting of
undershirt , drawers and stockings.
These suits range in price from $5 to
$12. With low shoes , black and white
striped sooka are worn and are consid
ered very neat.
In shirts , the fancy stripe and dot
ia sold largely with the white shirts.
The fancy nhirta nro made to open
both behind and in front , in o'rder
that there may bo ventilation to keep
the body coo ) , The white shirts are
made to open only behind , as they are
worn in full dross , and a solid bosom
keeps its shape much bettor than an
In the matter of shoes there is no
lot style , but the enamel shoe , with
colored seal top , ia being worn a great
leal. The favorite oolcr ia a brownish
yellow , and the enamel can bo re
newed as often as nccrssary , and the
top may bo easily cleaned. The ox-
.reino pointed too is not made in first-
ilaas goods , although the ahoo is nar
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with patent leather.
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Sold at wholcoolo by lab b McMahon and 0. F.
Goodman. Je27 ood-me
If 7011 are a man B'lr ypunrj
cfCiulnoM.vcak' ' i mfin of lev
v..M l > y tlie iKralu ot IrntolUnRoi
jour duties avoli' Dlcbt work , to re >
itlmulantsand nto tnic brain nerrc KD4
Hop Dittoro. rute. u.u Hop D.
If j u are youn * and J ! sneering Iromiitiy It.
dt c tlon or ilUaipul lion I If you an/man
tied or Blnc'.o , o ! > l or I * ouutr , rniacrlntf frou
potrhctJth or luionliui I [ IIR oa & boa * f tick
UOM , rtly on HopJ ( Blttors.
Whoever yon re. 1 hiyuftnas clo AS-
whenoTcr you Iccl , traaUv r r o ra > m9
tliat your tyncm I form of f.anoj
needs clc.insinic. toa- n chat mlKlit
Ins or utimuiatlnp I have brenpMTcntvC
without OitoJ/oaKntr , I bf timely > ueof
- . nko Hop
ftpi'a , killing D. I. O
- cow- '
orw-nary U an'itncluU
iMiifn. , ilueano
ottb * ttonmcfi , HOP tile c n r e I ot
6ot r . t > Jood , drunkenness
Mir or nmf I off of opium ,
You will bo tobacco * o"
curodiCyouHse narcotic * .
Hop Bitter *
nlr re ale and
lowrrlrit Jtry NEVER Cuxulu
it i It may
B nvo your FAIL
life. It ha *
guved hun BM MltrH. 1
dred * c AT'roato , Oct.
Dliease Ii an i fleet , not a cause. Its origin Is
within ; Us manifestations without. Hence , to
euro the diaeiso the Cicaa mint ba removed , and
in no other way can cvre ever I e cffoi.U'd.
WARNER'S SAFE KIDNDY AND
LIVER CURE Ia establltthed on Jutt tma
pimclpTe. It reunite that
95 Per Cent.
of all dlseaaea arlxe from deranged kldneya and
liver , and It stilkea at onca i t the root of the
difficulty. The elemarUof which It ia composed
act directly upon iheae great organs , both u a
FOOD ar-d ( UTOiBB , and , by pUcItg them In a
Healthy , condition , drive dUtaie and pain from
For the Innumerable Iroub'ee canaed by un
remtdyha * no equal. B ware uf Impoa'ora , 1m
itatlona and concoctions said to be just M good.
or aale yiI dtaleri.
H. H. WARNER to CO.
me _ Roflbeatfip N. Y-
Old Sores ,
Oorea When Hot Springs Fail
UiVaRM , Alt , May . 1881
Wa have case * In onr own town who lived at
Hot Spring * , 'id were finally tured with 8. 8. B ,
UcCiMXOH t ilURKT.
IF YOU aoubt , como to ra iu andti VfiLL
CUKE YOUU OH charge nothluv 11 Write for
particulars and com of little Book 'Uuuage
lo the Unfortunate Sufferinv
LOGO Ruwnrd ' " b l 'd ' to any
Ehcuual who will Bud , on analjala 100 rottle
8. S , H. , one particle of Mercury Iodide Potaa
ilumorany Mineral aubttanco.
BWlkT SPEOIFIO CO. Preps ,
Price of Small site , (1.00.
Large size * U6.
Bold by KKHNAHD BB03. . * 00
ad DrunrUM Uen ralv |
"BLACK-RAUOHT" curea dj
W.B , M1LLARU. V. jj. JOHNSON
MILLARD & JOHNSON ,
Storage , Commission and Wholesale Frnits ,
1111 FARNHAM STREET ,
CONSIGNMENTS COUNTRT PEODUOE SOLICITED.
Agents for Peck & Bausliers Larfl , anfl Wilbor Mills Flonr
OMAHA , - - - NEB
OMAHA 1 < ATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & CO. ,
TOOTLE MAUL & CO.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS ,
oots and Shoes
OMAHA , . HEB.
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS.
Window and Plate Glass.
3TAnyonc contemplating building store , bank , or any other fine , front , will find It to tholr ad'
vantage to corrta end with ui bcfoio purchagtng their Plate Glau
C. F , GOODMAN ,
OMAHA - - - - HEB.
WHOLESALE GROCER ,
1213 Farnham St. . Omaha.
. * .
fBB BVWft flP"ffBk PKLB ] T > 4V § % A "V ? %
LUMBER , COAL &
On River Bank , Bet. Farnham and Douglas Sts , ,
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO.
Fire and Burglar Proo
1020 Farnham Street ,
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
All Grocers' Supplies.
A Full Line of the East Brands of
CHMS MD ItfUfACTUBED TOBACCO.
Igmfa tofHWOfJD'HAlL8 AND UfUH & BAND f OWBER 0
HENRY LEHMANN ,
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
J. A. WAEEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AND RliTAIL DEALKH IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS. LIME , CEMENT
PXaAJS'JLMJXt , XI'X'O.
jarSTATK AOEH1 JTOU MILWADKKK CKMENT OOUPANTJ
Nfear Union Pacific Depot , - - OMAHA NEB
POWER AND HAND
3OC3E 3Sf X
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
ffALLADAY WIND-MILLS CHURCH AND SCHOOL BELLI
A , L , 8TRANQ205 F w Bt , Omaha
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