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    • "Wonderful!"  Jonah almost clapped, for this had been going on for so long, that he really expected that this would be some sort of new setback, and Leah certainly didn't need any more complications.  "I'm sure it's going to be a huge relief when they finally break ground.  It's going to be rewarding to watch it take shape, and for you to know you are responsible for it."   He hoped, for her sake more than anything, that the weather cooperated, and that the progress was swift and without complications.    "You'll be overseeing the project?"  He couldn't imagine that she'd step back now, and not assure that every detail was right.   @Flip
    • "Boss, we found us a herd ripe for the pluckin'. Maybe we oughtta move on it afore they change where they're grazin' 'em, an make it more difficult." Toole suggested. "We can take close to a hunderd head easy enough, they move 'em, thet might not be the way of it."   "'Scuse me men, but Toole here is on to something, and cattle is our other business. We've customers waiting up north." Case said, not happy at being interrupted, yet realizing that what he said was true. It was why they were there, and it was what the did. "So go on and make yourselves to home while I get this job situated."   "Oh sure thing, Case, an thanks for the offer. We appreciate it, 'mon boys." Shannon said, and with that they walked outside to find the other building Case was talking about.   "Alright Toole what did you have in mind?" Case asked.   "The place is just at the foothills where they have their cattle. Now any buildin's 'er maybe a mile, mile'n a half away. What we saw was just maybe four riders wit the cattle, may not hav'ta kill any of 'em. We just filter down through the trees and then rush 'em. Maybe eight 'er ten of us, circle the heard an' push 'em back the way we come which was the long way around , and shore they'll be tracks alomst all the way to the dry river bed, maybe  whot, two mile from the tree line. Hard ground to river bed, but they won't catch us, not seein's they're out numbered."   Case gave it some thought, but Toole had been plotting how they would steal a herd for quite a while, and he knew what he was doing. Besides, no County Sheriff, no problem!   "Pick your men, Toole and get it done." Case said, knowing if they got a hundred head, that would be enough to drive north, once the brands were altered.
    • Having a second thought, to bolster the findings he sent for Fairchild before he could leave for New Orleans, and in the vicinity of Elinor Steelgrave, that could be done at another time after this meeting with Elias himself.   It was like hedging his bet on the situation. He wanted Elias to meet the man who could explain what was in the file in detail, much better than he himself.  might be able to. Nothing like being prepared. Elias could be unpredictable when upset, if a man like Fairchild explaining what he had found could manage to keep Steelgrave manage-ably clam then the expense was worth it to all concerned.   He had to congratulate himself on the idea. It just might work!
    • List in hand, they made their way back to town and to the Anderson's Mercantile where they laid out their list of needs. John and Mary Agnes looked over the list and began adding prices, plus shipping where it was warranted.   "So, you're in the mining business Marshal?" John asked.   "We are." Alice replied with a wide proud smile on her face. Speed just looked at her.   "Amos here found a property to good to pass up, so I bought it myself." Speed said, "Actually two properties, the other on is off to the west, but this one is just north of the Evergreen Ranch a couple of miles."   "Ah that would be the Henshaw mine. Sad about his wife passing on so suddenly. Life can be hard out here, it was just too hard for Martha Henshaw, though she tried as hard as anyone could." Mary Agnes said. "Most all of what you have here we have in stock. Most all of this was on Henshaw's list as well, he just quit before he paid for it. I believe we can give you a good price on the machinery out back. Right John?"   "Yes we can, The fact is Speed I'll let you have it at our cost, plus the shipping expenses, of course. Be good to free up that room back there. Let me see here at my cost, yes, well, it looks to be just under three thousand dollars, without the things we have in stock that wasn't Henshaw's."   Fair enough John, and we appreciate it. Now, if you'll let me get up to the bank, we want to use their money until we get started, and then we'll settle up."   "Makes sense to me, it's what we did. Hated those monthly payments, but it worked for us." John agreed.   "We'll be back." Speed promised.
    • The single shot was loud, even with the traffic, the jingle of the trace chains and the people on the boardwalks conversing. It had been some time since that had been gunfire in town,  especially in the middle of the day, he was up, pad in hand and heading for the door. "That was a gunshot!" He said to Sarah. "I have no idea what it's about, but I intend to find out!"   He stepped out the door to see a crowd gathered and Marshal Guyer leading a man away, a man who looked familiar, but one he could not identify right off. He started down the street to see who belonged to the body laying on the boardwalk. There should be a story in this, it would appear someone had been murdered in broad daylight!   When he arrived at the body, it was of a man he did not recognize, not that he was aware of every drifter that passed through town, but the one being led off was familiar enough, he just could not place him at the moment. But clearly Chester and  Myrtle McIneery stood close behind the body, Chester steadying his wife who splattered with blood, no doubt from the dead man.   He then saw Arabella Mudd scurrying across the the street to the Municipal Building. He would be over there in a few moments himself but just then, the slower moving Mister Jolly and young Raymond, his other assistant, arrived on the scene. "Mister Jolly." He greeted, "Raymond. I see Miss Mudd is already at the Marshals office." @Javia

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1876

 

 

MARCH

 

 

Early March

Trespassing, and other such deplorable crimes

Jose Reyes arrives

Late March

A man of God and his vices

Father Thomas Reed arrives

 

 

 

APRIL

 

 

Early April

Do the right thing

Weedy’s adoption

Sunday, April 2

What else can go wrong?

Elias Steelgrave fed up

Mid April

Some Things are Never Easy -

Grin and Bear It

Leah Steelgrave gives speech/drunken cat fight at Hotel -

Addy/Weedy/Jemima/Browne/Gopher

April 21,

Amos Conroy

Amos Conroy arrives

April 22,

Let's dance!

THE DANCE Jacob meets Clara

Sunday, April 23

Sunday Ride

Em & Pike

Monday, April 24

Streets of Kalispell/Movin' on up

BANK ROBBERY + Addy & Jay get it on! Case Steelgrave RUSTLING. Arrests

Friday-Sunday, April 28-30

Numbers may not be enough iii

Guyer looks for guards

Late April

The same old song and dance

Caroline Mundee arrives, starts singing at the Stardust Saloon

Late April

Heading off trouble

Barlow/Crabbe/McKenzie expedition against gun runners

 

 

 

MAY

 

 

First Week of May

Aces High/Tea for Two

Crabbe meets Ben Simons; Rebecca Wentworth meets Bridget

6th May

Love in Bloom

Arabella kisses Billy

Early May

Justice by axe handle

Caroline goes to jail

Mid-May

Thousands of miles from home

Aoife arrives; James arrives

May

Two of us

Clara and Jacob by the Lake

May

On the boardwalk

Caroline and Brendan walking out

May

Wyatt has a caller

Wyatt/Weedy go swimming

Late May

Natosi!

Mike Wentworth unveils a mystery

 

 

 

JUNE

 

 

Early June

The morning after or consequences

Charlie Wentworth/Crabbe Boxing contract

Early June

Shacknasty

Cullen/Crabbe/Fa strike a deal

June

Official Visit, etc.

Lutz-Redmond WEDDING

June 20

An Empty Stomach

Lucinda arrives

Late June

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Arabella kisses Caroline

 

 

 

JULY

 

 

Early July

Confrontation/In times of trouble

Cantrell/Connolly/Billy/BlackJack/Greer SHOOT-OUT and aftermath

Second Week of July

The ways of the lonely ones

Dr. Danforth cures Arabella Mudd of ‘Inversion’

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