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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 October 1883

132- tntrS3MGMMMNI ywt&fyi' 5 i k - - 1 Willi Tit CHEYENHE TRANSPORTER. i i I, , i , . Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. i -- i i . Cheyenne and Arapahoe Aaenfcy, DARUNftTOK, ihd, ter. OCT 28, 1883. Entered uttho Postoilloo ul Darlington, u second class ninttor. Now goods for cowboys at Con noil's Headquarters. . .... 1 1 The mails were considerably de layed each day during the past three weeks. Jiigh water is the explana tion. The choicest lot of fall and winter clothing ever brought to this Agency can be seen at Council's. Call and see goods and prices. "The cattle brand of Roberts & Windsor is among tho now ones in the Cheyknxe Tkanspokter herd this issue. On Friday our zonular Agency employee, Mr. Jno. F. Williams, was agreeably surprised by the arrival of a nephew, A. C. Collins, from the cast. Mr. C. is a promising young attorney of Great Barrington, Mass., and is making his.first lour to the west. This being the first time to meet Mr. Williams and family, it was ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 October 1883

A If. 0 II CHEYBIE TRAHSPORTER. (IKDIAH AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Gi:o. W. Maffkt, Editor & Vropr. Laib Misiihitt, Local Editor. Hubscription, $1 per Year In Advance. Cheyenne k A'ajalioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. QUERENT TOPICS. The Mississippi river is very low unci can not leave its bod. Tiiisitis nro in Iowa 71,657 moro school-boys than school girls. Tiikhk is no law against ruiscogena tion in tho District of Columbia. Small boys calch rats with a (ish hook and lino at Marysvillo, Cal. Uticas now match factory turns out over 7,000,000 matchos daily. Fall plowing in oast Tonnossoo has boon delayed on account of tho drought. OvEitouo hundred thousand childron in Now York city earn thoir own living. Vandals have defaced tho monu ment to Daniel Webster at Marshfield, Mass. The ico carnival is to bo repeated in Montreal this winter on a much larger scale. The Henry Clay mouumont atPotts villo. Pa., bogan in 1852, is still uncom pleted. Tub grape ciop of Marion county, South Carol...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 October 1883

33 'I l'OOIl CONOItKSSAIEN. Tho IMMlculty Thoy Flml In litvlntr on Their .liilsirlon. A Washington leLLor to Tho Phil adelphia Press says! I ran across a congressman the other day who was looking for quarters for hinisolf and family ior tho coming sossion. He is a poor man, who is obliged to live on his salary, and who is, thoroforo, coui jjolled to count tho cost of everything and cut his cloth close. A con gressman's salary is $5,000 a your and mileage, and an allowance of $100, I believe, for postage I can not mon tion tho namo of tho ono I alludo to, but ho has a wifo and thrco childron. His mileago amounts to about $200 or $300 a year; so his whole income is less than $5,500 a year. Out of this sum ho must pay three or four or a half-dozon country newspapers for printing tickets (a more nominal ser vice for a good deal of money;) ho must pay for banners, transparencies, ilags, brass bands, hand-bills, and I don't know how many other things, to say nothing of Uis own expenses in...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 October 1883

. ,fim6imiHn.iita&m ttmmi r WBWgt-IV8toMWjWW AS. CA1.. )KAS DICKEY BIIOS. 'Cantonment Ind. Ty llaneh Korth aiid south Canadian riv. vvb. Cattle branded with fanio brand on ( ither Hide or hip & .ome on both sides. Horse brand TI, on left hip or shoulder, DEAN BKOS., Iiroedcro of Thorough-Brad and Grutlacl Short-Horn Cattle. AUKANHAM C'lll', IOWUKY COUNT V, HAS. ' j2rms -1- V- r Tun ' n mMPw ? - JiAIl iMAItrts.-Cropllio right; Unflor lialf i, . . trl I ho left, or reverse, iloiwo b"and J on loll whoulder- IRruigo, Otter Crook, Ind. Tor, J. J.. STURM, Anadarko, J. T. Ivanch unci range on Tub Creek. Sonic like this on --uc-a-fcrcA,v j,v-rsv4 SJf-v-Zut i9testeS8le!8S& George Ben I, Darlington, 1 T Art ADA. Powder Face, Darlington, Ind. Tor. iEJ .vwijcnv. H i V . .. W71.' aa.' 1 n i A . . i t notion, Skeleton J T Also circle; circlo hur ; bur circle ; hii a" o i r c I o heart: circle with porpon diOulnr bur; eirfclo with hofizon tal rfwJ uar, nu on --j. loll tWl.. ' Some eutt...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

ffi n GYENIE TEMSPO A Guo. W. iMAVinrr, Editor A Propr. (INDIAN AND 8TOOIC JOUUN'AL.) ItAirn Mimum, Local Editor. Vol. V. Cheyenne & Arapalioo Agency, Darlington, Indian Territory, Nov. 10, 1883. Ton Pagos No. 4 vstiiMjiMiit.v.iuMwtsuxtniSiiS'iJ.Miii ii3ia.itjM&iiKjmiiuiuu.uii'u&uiimi maMLtrjt:v.iJmvaBJM!mu'i 'wjw wmmwujiMrii'uuiJniLjmL4uuia i ji, jii aetaa RTER. y JsL-H a t. W. U. HELM, Ilunnewell, Kans. Range a o of Huune vc:i. Some with- on left shoulder. AlBowmie cattle blended vvllti d;awlhK kiiiio on both shoul ders. Horse brand llko this on right thigh 3 M VX A ) on left R T C ) P8gj C. E. LYON, W. . Powxk, Mai.ager. P O Sweetwater. Nolcn Co Texas. Ranch on Cot tonwood creek, Phher Co j ni3 urand on either s di principally on light. Also the following brands : S Hon left side or hip lde. H on neck A: shoulder Horse H on Iott sh'id on rlslit side. Kia on left hide or hip. Roul brand fvflllw on cither ff hrM side. Es&m McLELLAN CATTLE CO. uJSn LHKYENNE & ARA...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

A-1,mMjunaLrjrM:jii.niiiiiiii n n ri t - "- ''"" etf ja jl jLiiKumjauuri fKfKnyMimaawsaani THE CHEVEHHE TRftHSPORTER. She Is tho only Papor publisliod within a radius of a hundred miles, SnliscrlgtiQii. $1.00 Per Year. In AdYanco. Brand Advertisements $5 Por Year. CSr-nntoa for DJsplay Advertisements mado known on application. rOLYG iMOU'i IttAKKlAUHS. llow Thoy Arn '.Mm'i; Tim Kecoriln or Diiulilo ('jrurUhlp. Unit Lako Letter In CIiIouko News. Tlio superintendent of tho groat co operative store has told mo how lie contracted a polygamous marriage and I will try to repeat his story as hourly as 1 can just as ho ravo it lo mo. it is after dinner in the old Townvond .House and in the-very samo room oc cupied by Arlunus Ward many years ago. Tho superintendent sits in an arm-chair and talk, whilo I lean for ward interested moro than I can tell. Oar c tears are unlit. "You have asked,1' ho says, "abou tho courtship for a second marriage, and whether tho suitor works over his old Jovo loi...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

nM-ijMWjagszwwflT J win.in.-u m uwmwvqaRE j wwwrau.jjiiu.wuiu WWiMHTI'MHH 4 R ra hoping that ovory dark cloud which passouovor your Jifo will havo as bright a lininrr as did that of Minnie Orhomu. Mirror and Farmer. Not oh lor LiuIIoh. Nowuiarkot jackets, both long and short, arc again in high vogue. Tho blouse bodice ranks next to the Camargo bodice in popularity. Hoop 'oar rings, sot with 'diamonds and other jewels, arc very fashionably worn. Cloth toques, and velvet jockey caps will foe worn with costumes of ol'jt, and of velvet. Some exceeding small, jaunty in ac tios, with the stylish boullant eirect on the shoulders, arc shown among Par isian wraps. Circulars of Ottoman silk or rndzi mirsilk are now lined throughout with mink fur and finished with a fringe of mink tails on the bottom, and will be as popular as tho squirrel-lined circu lars which have been worn for the past few years. Tho most luxurious cloaks of tho sea son are of brocaded plush, tho trefoil, oakloaf, ball or ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

?rr tWfcUWMHiMUK MMMBMLUlU THE CHEYENNE -, Subscription, $1 Per Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TEH NOV. IO, 1883. t vumnnt.miiwjnmmtnjmwMmt!rxa:mxr, mim runimm Tlio Dodge City Times says thai about J, 500 cars, making a total of 80,000 cattle, have boon shipped from that point this season. Large and complete fall stock of choice buck gloves, fine boots and gent's furnishing goods, just receiv ed ul Council's .Headquarters. 'Rev. S. 8. Maury, of Cantonment, spent this week at the Agency on business and handshaking with his many friends. Tho iMonnonilcs arc doing excellent work with the In dians both at this Agency and Can toivmcnl. Their schools arc in fine condition. nm PURNED The range men have turned loose for 'the winter, and have established their "camps" and "lines" to be pa trolcd by the boys to force back the cattle when they drift southward From the storms and chilling winds. The cattle arc allowed to graze at will over the range and to seek shel ter where th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

J 3b CHEYENNE CJeo. JlAi'J'KT, JOdiior & Propr. (INDIAN AM) STOCK JOLT.NVL.) Lakh Mimuirr, Local I'Mltor. Vol. V. Olioyonno & Arapahoe Agency, Dai'lington, Indian Torritory, Nov. 10, 18S8. Ton Pages. No. 4 fajwSi-iiwwMiwi''Mgxa,msv.im. COSAXI) V MOSSK1L Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. . II. KKKI-INC II. C KKKl.lVi T.B.JOHNSON, D1MLKK I.N Drup-s & Medicines,. and everything portnlnlny (o a KEEL "T ( 1 & I Ml SCJIMCCJICI. & LEPOLD. BLACKSMITHS, I )M, .10M' IWtICK SHOP. ISastSii Hi Street, - - Caldwell, Kansas. Wa hate leased the above shop, iiml mo prepar ed to do all kinds of repairs on cntrlugcs, wxkoiih, plows machinery, etc We have also In connec tion wiln our shop aflist-clasa wagon wood oil man, who will turn out woilt on tlie. shortest notice Egf-Cattlo Brands made a Specialty Headquarters for Cattlemen & Drovers .)()( i -PKALKKS IX li NCH & TRAILSUPPLIES. DWKE CREEK HERD, (Xilnibcriiii? MO head) M-.-P. PJL.ATT, Proprietor, Hereford, Short-Horn & G...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

,m,iim.w..mm tnrvgKrr WAKE & PICKERING, Successors to Li C M.T. JOHNSON, -dealer in - UEKKRAL MEIK'IIANDISK, Johnson's Ruth, &Mck, Nation lad. T., P. A. SMITH, Manager. TRAIL SUPPLIES k SPECIALTY I bsoRsaj Q 8. C3 o : CO CO CD & O o niyTTJ.nnn rin idh' li ?a ; m v r i a l Fj a d a r . HLAi.hH l.V . 'I NEBAL T-LN iMIXJj yTFITTING 1 OODS JUTPITTINQ jOODS ARKANSAS CITY. KANSAS. Headquarters: for Cattlemen and Territory People, ltFYv viwry n complete slock of ranch wid trail suppJiep, and ny ypcoiaruttenlion to the filling of orders from the Territory. When in Arkansas Citv call and hoc us. iwiMWMtifcwPwwKiBwinwiiiniiw r"Qiw)n.wrtif'fwwTTwWM"w'ii i",iwiiH(i'miiipmjwwwiinniuwnigiiM. JJ G. Woods. Tres't. IB. AL Ilmviss. Vice Pres't. ('has. LI. Alooiut. Cushion JOHN W NYCB, As8teifCaahier. "BEE. STOCK EXCHANGE BANK, (DAPITAI. $ioopoo. Sl'RPLUH, H.oU0.00. LOES'i: Grttisrttj&jL.Ti DB-XNTicxnra- sttsxhsTSbs. , DIRECTORS : Jiio. IS. Woods, K. 31. Itewlux, .1. A. lHnir, I II. (U...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

)Z1 BTTtmnCTTM BT3fr.igttWttiaujirfyrwr THE EHETEnE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. caeyemiganfl Arapahoe Agejicr, darlinoton, ind. ter. NOV IO, 1883, Entered at the Postoillce at Darlington, a Bocoml class niiitl or. ????!!" fy JJt-1-''-la-Jt'"t"''Jmynrjrtwf New Roods for cowboys at Con noil's j Headquarters. P A. Smith, ilio Silver City post master, returned last week from a ten days' trip to Kansas City. Mr. A. M. Walker, manager for the C bar outfit, made a business trip last Aveck to Texas, returning on Monday last. The choicest lot of fall and winter clothing ever brought to this Agency can be seen at Council's. Call and sec goods and prices. Mrs. Thos. A. Campbell, wife of the beef issue clerk at this and the Wichita Agency, returned on Satur day from her Hunnewell visit. t C. M. Keller cV; Co. have their new livery barn completed and stocked in first-class style. No better livery can -anywhere be- found outside of civilization. A CARD. Win. E.iMalaley and...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

MmmmLUjutJ-mJumi miiiw I5Y TIIIC WOOD Sunlight on the far-oil hill, Sun light in the valley, Whore, to plouBe It iltiul will, Murmuring waters dully. Zonliyr-fingcrs part the loaves, Ugiit co.im s through them Rliding, What ;i tangled web T8 weaves O'er the mosses gliding. 'Along the grass, in happy mood, TrlMs a mos3uge chuiry: Far behind inc in the wood Drops its echo dreamy. Kvery forest-spirit deep Wooes me with its pudness; Where the mellow lusters sloop, Turns my heart (or ghidmjES. Btlll I loiter on the brink, fowrrless for ehoos mr, While the swift sin is sink and sink, All my monunts losimr. jlfiiry iL Iluwcn, in DtmoresVft Jfontfdy for November. i w-tfl . - - AN Oh!) .MONO. "Novcr agiin, oh swan, to tie-, river Leaning fhy w dte bie it, the bunks gliding by, Wevor again shall he snug of thy singing Dome through the nulus mul wafted on high. "Hushed bj all voices of woodland and meadow, Dove on the green bough and latk on the wins?: Home sunny morning may serve for yoursing...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

)3$ I.11MU. mmmimmjLu: tinutwuSMAMUiam iMj.njjeeMuMmmJ A.MJ3H10AN SLAVBItY. An Kvcntful Yar in ita lllntory Tlio Nc- y;ro'rt lrottont Condition. London Telegraph Tne year 1827 was somowbat of an eventful ono iti Lhc history of American shivery. Tlio American government had begun tentatively to send freed ne groes back to Africa. Tho settlement of Liberia, on the coast of upper Guiuea, had been founded in 1822 by the American Colonization society, es tablished by Henry Clay, and in 1827 went to groat expense in fitting out ves sels for the conveyance of enfranchised slaves to tho laud of their fathers. At Baltimore tlio capital of the slave state of Maryland, a party of abolitionists had had tho courage to sot up a news paper entitled Tho Genius of Universal Emancipation, with a motto taken from tho Declaration of Independence: "We hold these truths to bo self-evident that all men aro created equal, and en dowed by their Creator with certain in alienable rights; that among these are ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1883

V lcaragMggstaifefr&.iafit? T DT KEY BROS. Ar : . VN. CAL. DBAS? BEAN BROS., Brooders of Tharou&h-Brod tnd Graclocl EhorMIom Gafcti. Al(i;NH (III, HHHT.V I'OINTY, KAS. Cantonment I nil. Ty Hunch North anil south Canadian rlv. irs. Cattlo brandefi with Hiimo brand on cither side or hip & some on both sides. VJW mi Horse urnnu xu on IM&JZgZi&aac. left lil or shouldor, .. rm iv- ' J 7 ' ""'n y r '' , ht 73fc5M ra VnBHi3Sffl tefc $ -SjSwKff9 J 9 ttr-x r rLTTH4VW q$iM.''. .?.: 1 a, , Hire- tSiSSiBr-4 jbbjkbssk t-'" ' ' ',-! WmB&i? -A mMBrwm. 'n u:;tluWMiTti mmam" r i2feM I . H ;i I m&' 5 v ' H - MtiaAViiiOse' Wj9ft ff -.- EAR IWAllKs.-( roplh. rlj?hl ; Under half Crop the loft, or reverse. JJorso bmnd D on loft shoulder- Kang-o, Ottor Croak, Incl. Ter, v vrn ivi i fc,Hjjinv .!. .1. STrilM, Anadarko, L T. I! iH'b and range on Coh Creek. Some like tliis on v "i t r'ir.? a v w yxj ri ' vOwi9. (icorgc .Ben I, Darlington, I T AIm) ADA. v.i V " A..: , s ' Powder Kne...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 November 1883

31 CHEYEME TRANS PORTE R, Geo. Y. afAvrnT, Editor & I'ropr. (IWOrAtt AND STOCK JOURNAL.) IjM'k Mkuuitt. Local Editor. Vol. 5. CI icy on no & Arapahoe Agency, Orvrlington, I. T., Nov. 8, LHBcJ Xo- 5, szsxxsxsB.TijreixuxyKx f u - "A 'AP niittaMw i rntnf HI ms JSr v. V. IIKLM, Ilunncw til, Ivans. 2 Bane s e ol llumic wen. nume wun on left s houldt r. Aisn some enltle branded Willi drawing icnire on both shoul ders. Hoi so brand like tbl'j on right tiilirli k. i.vn. risS V,. i3. Powkii, MaiMHdr. I 0 Sweetwater. Nolan Co yj lexus. iianch on Cot A tonwood crook, Fl' er Co I lw vfy " JXUS WHn M cknerslde L&IB$ P-'.iclt" ' .. rfRht. Also V X A ; E ;1 t '" . ' nrMp It T C on left .-I'.. J rag iwuu bra.,0 5;i lil K -fc Ltln r.i3 o'f fT sm rVT,"' K aE&akJ? ?-!cLELLAN CATT law n Otoe Ag my, I. T., S. A. Gatli, (Jen. Supt. liango Biaok Hear and Sllll Water. Horse brand C il on side or hip. Some cattle with different ear marks. W. S POWER. ? 0 Sweetwater, Nolan Co l'ex s . Hunch o...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 November 1883

THE CUE TRAMSPORTER. la tlio only Paper publisliod witliin a radiua of a hundred miloa, Snliscriptlon. $1.00Fer Year, in Aayance. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. C3r-RnteB for Display Advertlsomonta mndo known on nppllcatlon. TI11C WORLD OF DAIJKN15SS. Kudlmentiiry Forum of All Kolltjloii 1'ropttlatlon of iho Deuri Dion Avonjr inj; Spirit. Tho rudimentary form of all religion, Mr. Horbort Spoucor tolls us, says the Saturday Review, is tho propitiation of dead ancestors. It is well known that tin worship of tho dead is tho principal religion of Ctina, and that tho othor religious systoms, having long vainly struggled against it, have finally given in, and are fain to servo as adjuncts to tho faith which is followed by all classes. At cortain seasons tho propitiation of the doad forms tho occasion of a groat public festival, subscriptions toward which aro mado by every member of tho community, from tho richest to tho poorest, each according to his capacity. Each family is expected t...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 November 1883

)fd HE HfEffi TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUItNAL.) Gno. W. Maffet, Editor & Propr. Lafe MfcnniTT, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. Cheyenne & A'apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter CURRENT TOPICS. Some very largo spots aro still seen on the sun. A ton of grapes makes about 140 gallons of wine. Farmers in tho Gallatin valley, Mon tana, aro sowiug winter wheat. Repairs on tho whiio house have cost $272,000 in thirtcon years. TriE snow is from two to throo feet deep in tho mountains of Utah. The United States treasury has in its strong box $209,000,000 in gold. Gladstone completes his lift)'-first vear in parliament next month. A Mrs. Hennessy, of Virginin, Nov., is said to bo tho heir to $2,000,000. TnEcomot will probably bo visible to tho naked eye at tho close of the month. Of twelve buildings recently burned in Milos City, Montana, olovon were saloons. A magnificent meteor was wit nessed by Santa Barbara, Cal., the other night. A chaik factory at Sa...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 November 1883

29555 muvjuzmairerjm'JXTZX' vsxccxtvsKxsmstJaxr. 31 THE CHEYENNE TRUSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. GUeyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON; IKD. TER. NOV. 28. 1883. Arapahoe Soliool Ifcam. Wo have been eating pork or our own raising. Quite a number or ohlMron imvo lately been ad Jed to tlio school. Gen'l Gardner, Indian inspector, vtsttod us one morning last week. Trio boys appre elate their now Imokskln gloves tlieso frosty mornings. Mr. Coo.E. Reynolds and Mm. Hhbbell rleitod our Sabbath school last Sunday. Ilcv. n. it. Yoth preached nn excellent sermon In the msln school 100m last 8. nday evening. Black Wolf, lieutenant of the Arapahoe po'Ic?, gaveutawtiir flno little girl to he:p fill up th.' rchool. Llzzard. tlio Agenoy employee who had bis kg broken last i-ummer, look dliner with ,iho mi'-a the olhe r day. A supply of oboes and stockings just received. Thej ai rived at a good time to have tho material or which they aro niado tested. Wo wcro pleased with a cal...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 November 1883

nTT17V"T? Oi:o. W. IUaitkt, Editor a Propr. (IJCDIAJC AND STOCK JOUU.MAL.) Lvri: MrcuRirr. Local Kditor. Vol. 5. ( 'heyrnnc & Arapahoe Aoncj", Djirlinglon, 1. T., Nov. H, I mm; 5 No- 5. tBMBEBMrwniKBtarasnJw i i w i i 'WWHUMt nn mrJMHase.-xMtKai Mannaro iih mi nwni'ii iiih urvao'xu mijiu.M,iiuMXM YrrwnJiErarrrjMmKnrpwflracit -cm "Y-Mk -y1 mj JOHN DOBSON & into., ABRIGVLTUm IBUHHT TOE! I'ALDWKI.L, KANSAS. Wo keep llio best quality ot grain, feed, etc . mid flur or the best breads. jfalnut Mill$ SEARING & MEAD, Prop's. Patent New Process j. a.'goingw, Forwarding Agent, CALDWELL, KANSAS. Spelal attention to the filling of.orders and for wn it l iim the same to all Dolnts In the Territory As id y sole attention is now derated to this bust-1 ness It enables me to attend ro me same on snon notice and without delay. I. JT. HONSALL, Uo S. Commissioner XXD NOTAHY 1'UBLIC, OHico Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave., ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. COSAND&MOSSER, Photographers, AND HJ. IB...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 November 1883

urn uyiw twwmuouuwiimmn nwiimma ' - i hvwvjmu mmiu iiamtjuwuw vnumanH.xnrN'JwnnnrBrnmat TX.MTKraWtMaiMIWlAIIMiraMIWWSgS,iWtVVMWWBIIWP, i THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Subscription', $1 Per Year, in Advance. Clieyenne and Arapalioc Agency, DARLPJUTUM, INI). TER, NOV 28, I8RH. InUrtrl ill flin I'oatoMoo at Darlington, a SOfiOlHl OllJSB matter. ,,"l"l"",,",,,l',''iiiwtJa3rinfmt.'tuurfiin New goods for cowboys id C'on- hoII'h Ik'iulqiiarters. - iIr.,H. F. Keller's wile ml child nrrived by conch last week from I own. Thov will occupy rooms with Mr. nnclMrs. C. M. Keller. Bank of Kan, City, Soullment coinr JHf.h awl Dolonarc Sts. KANSAS" I'lTY, MO. hhIi Cnpital, - $00,00(). Surplua, $180,000. Geo. W. Haines & Co. -DEALKKS KV GOO. A. Kowlcr. .1. T. ElKlns. The choicest lot of full and winter cr!6lhin ever brought to this Agency win be scon at Connelly. Call and see goods and prices. Ca.pl. Henry Carroll, of Ft. ftono. paid tliis ofllce a brief call one day last week. The Captain is an elli...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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