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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 August 1886
l1 V h AN AFFECTING SCENE. Tlio Sermon .Tolm Dubois Prcnclicd from His Dcatli-Bcd. The circumstances surrounding the Joath of John Dubois, the father and. patron of tliis town, were very pathetic, ind have left a deep impression on the community, writes a Dubois (Pa.,) cor respondent of The Nciu York Sun. Although not an infidel, ho had lived a careless life. lie seldom went to church, preferring to spend Sunday walking about his mills or his fine farm of one thousand acres. For a year or more, however, his mind had boon inclined to religious matters. lie did not go to the preachers with his per plexities. He read his bible and con sulted with his lawyer about it. His lawyer was Hon. George A. Jenks, who has just resigned the' assistant sccre taiyohip of the interior in order to keep a promise to Mr. Dubois that he would take the place of the latter as confiden tial adviser to a young nephew who gets the vast estate. A few days before his death Mr. Du bois sent for llev. Mr. Bell, a...
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i"ini,'. m ill vti'imimmmtm0MMm&iSi .1 .m .Wlf the ciyeiie inusmna t .! i. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. cueyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, 1ND, teil MAFFET & MERRITT, Publishers. Local and Personal,. Kov, Harry was down from hiojluppor mis sion thia week, Agonoy Fliysichm Gray baa a good many Uuliau pationts in the camps, Ilob't "Bonl has sold his two yoar-old stoors nbout fifty In number, at $10 per lioad. Tho.Darlington Hold man, air. Murphy, sports one of the swiftest horsos in tho conn- Jolm P. Hnirri, ih I.'ono bocf man, is in the wilderness again, after a long absonco up country. Mrs. Jonnlo Meagher goes to tho Wichita Agency on Tuesday to become matron at tho Zviowa school. A. J, Koynolds passed south on Wednesday, n his way home to Anadarko from an extended trip cast. Mr. Whitlow, tho gontlomanly brand in spector, has boon laid up lor several days vi th a lamed anUlo. Tho ngency farmoru have boon hard at work the past week putting up hay for tho ' us...
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. lot 1 Jk fcra ""- "' THE GHEVENNE TRANSPORTER. Subicription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. . CCHcyeiM Mi Arapahoe AgencL DBiLlNftTO!f IND. wl AUG. 12, 1886. Enterod attho Poatofflco at Darlington, as 'Sicond class matter. Official TiBitor. Our Now Chief. ' Coir E. D. Bannister, U. S. Indian in spector, spent the past week at this agou cy, being on an official inspeotionof the various agencies of the Territory, dipt. ' Lee drove . hlin out .among the. Indian farms, and he expressed surprise at tho advancement our uatives have made tiie past year. Col. Bannister is a new oflicer in the service, but his inspections are thorough, and he will not remain long a stranger in it. -He came across the coun to this point'from the Sac and Pox Agen cy, accompanied by Agent McNeal of that place. Col. Bannister goes south from hero to the agency of theKiowas,Coman ches and Wichitas. Inspector Bannister received his appointment to office from Now York state, and, like all Yorkers, is an affable geutlem...
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HYDROPHOBIA. Tlio Queer AntlCH of n Lot of C7ilckcns Thnt Wore JUltou by n Mud JJok. Fanner Barker is a groat lovor of an imals, says The Philadelphia News, and in addition to tho bob-tailed quadruped that helps to drag an antiquated plow share in summer and a bob-sled in win tor, ho is the owner of two goats, a cow, throo black-a'nd-tan torriers, a gaunt hound whoso pedigree is not much lon ger than his abbreviated tail. This hound has since puppyhood boon ad dicted to wandering aoout the surround ing country, and his reputation for peacoablo behavior toward sheep has al ways boon bad. On the fifteenth of last month tho dog was chased out of Maine's potato patch on tho plank road, and it was observed then that tho ani mal was frothing at tho mouth and snapping, not only at passers-by, but at overy obstacle in its path. Nothing particular was thought of this at the time, but on tho day follow ing tho dog dashed into Barker's back jrard with moodshot eyes, foamed fleck ed jowls, and ...
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tf MRMMnm run wm n OPPOSED TO LOAFERS. laboring j A Whisky Sonic Who llollovcdln tho ItlKhts of Jjtibor. "I still insist on 1113' views on tho eight hour question," remarked a man with a seedy suit of clothes and a bad ly torn hat, as ho assumed an oratori cal position at tho bar. "No one here has doubted them," answered the Court, as he took oil his spectacles. "But the ofliccr interrupted me just as I was about to finish my argument and cast me into a vile dungeon," in dignantly added the prisoner. 'lie says that you were drunk, and that you kicked a banana peddler in the shins," said the Court. ,4I deny tho allegation!" "And, of course, you defy the allega tor?" observed the Court. "I do, sir; most emphatically! Why sir, I was not drunk! Whenever I speak of the oppressing greed of capi tal as opposed to tho rights of 'the laborer, my blood begins to boil, and my feelings cany me away! Capital, sir, is a monster that will yet destroy labor unless the latter organizes, and hurls ba...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 August 1886
If i : 0 t i iWtwrtKg!yia km.netamHiii'wmtifvmmi mmmrmwt W Stock Brands. JAMES H. BOND, wji. jionnrs. Hard wick Htel JIARDWICK & CATEL, Propvlocorn. w. II. DOTY i f "S - 7' Morris '& Doty, New Kiowa, Kansas. Iom Land Mil 4 urns mmi I vSVHr5x'M. w 1 BfaTf.iHn" p . .-. .. . - w m- l-r ItB.' -srnw STTI - f.'ite 3ia Eagle CM ana Cimarron Iliv r.o. Kown Kni &KaufcA(Vy m5i -d kalis its in Silver City, Indian Territory. GE0C1EIES AND tf -.V m& Jfcrands 011 cl",er hip. side or both, known na tho T6 brand. Old miilc, shallow foik In right ; now edd under bit in left. ADDITIONAL H&ANDSJ. w Both dI!i. Mark, crop nd uador bit In m&a both. Korso brand aotao rs cattle, on right hip. ID. 32. AYTLSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Rabbit, aon'l manager, Cheyenne. Wyoming. It. M. Ali.kk, Assist Mnnngor. Moboelle, Texas. iKK tBIpi hi -it 1 rv if vi 8 aSSSSSSSmfiA 4&ll Somejcattle 583 Monfort Johnson , Fort Kono, Iiul.Ter . AlMoiitjuroS.trhin gin II, heart, 7150, EC, dia...