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

- ffTggagttWWVaMMMIWWIWpytrBSat u THE CHEYENHE TRAHSPORTER.- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -.,,. cteyenne and Arapahoe Amy, darlinqtow, ihd. ter. NOV 28, 1883. g"' " ' ' 'i rrriM-irawn i 1 11 g tn !! 1WW I'flE rPTT. BaiBUBHakiAJMliaiLAMMMMHHH Pi Filtered ntthe Postoiliuo at Darlington, n second class matt or. Bnt3cacxssmmrrnnnuain!a irawnara James S Morrison was In a low days v, cek from the rango laying in supplies, returned to-day. this 110 Sample the-new brawls of flour at Connellys Headquarters, just received from the Arkan saslity Canal Mills. E. K. Thornton and Mr. Bugbeocnme In last, evening from their trip to the IT runge, and took the coach this morning lor the north. Tho now patent roller process flour is tt pnperior brand, Jujl received nt Connelly Headquarters from the Arkansas Uty Canal Mills. Philip Block was visible at tho Agoncy lat week. Phil is now engaged in Reeling's store at Caldwell. Mr. JJloek is one of the ancient relics of the country. Freight rates...

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 November 1883

IIILIj MASON'S JJKIDK. Half iiti hour till train time, air, An' a fearful dark time, too; Take a look at the switch lights, Fetch in a stick when you go through. uOn timer' Well, yep, I jjuusb bo Left the last B'ntton .til rlht She'll come 'round the curve a llylu': B 11 iMason conies up to-night. You know Hill? Noi If u'd an engineer; Iieen on the road a 1 his lift I'll iu ver -forgot the morning Ho marrlcilhls chuck of a wife. 'Twas the summer the mill-hands struck Just off work, every one; They kicked up a row in the village, And killed old Donovau's son. Bill hain't been married moro'n an hour, Up cc-inos the message from ICres, Orderln' B 11 to go up there And oritur down the . iglit express. He left his gal in a hurry, And went on number one, Thinking of nothing but Mary, And the train he had to run. And Marv sat down by the window To wait for the n'ght express. And, si, if she h i In't done so, She'd Lean a widow, I gut-ss. For It must 'a' been nigh midnight When the bridge h...

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 November 1883

THK ISJVU'OICI A. I1O3I10ID1S. Tho Oolrt-niocMleil Murder 1,10 MoAIillnn. of W. II. Emporia Republican, Nov. C. Tho cold-blooded, mercenary murder committed in Emporia 011 Friday night, adds another item to tho continuous record of horrors spread before the country by tho daiiy telegraphic report. Distance, like time, has 11 wonderful mitigating effect upon tho nerves. Wo hear? with comparative indiftoronce, of a crime porprotratod, or an accident suffered, either a hundred years ago or a hundred miles away. Tho Java earthquake, destroying 75,000 lives, in September, awoke scarcely more than a languid and passing interost in tho minds 'of American newspaper readers, oven though they received news of tho catastrophe a couple of hours after it occurred. Tho 12,000 miles of distance moderated tho shock until its vibra tions but barely caught newspaper at tention. Crimes of tho most atrocious description occuring every day in our own country are folt to be the essential feature of nows ...

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 November 1883

ifijiV.iiW Kft&xZU .MuBaiuttCS , -HvttXis DICKEY BROS. Cantonment Ind. Ty Uunch North and South Canadian rlv. cvs, ('a'! branded wi'h same brand ou either aide or hip & Home on both sides. Horse brand TL on left hipor shoulder,- CAI I) BAN Al. ir '-. DKANBKOS., IOO to: Breeders of Thoroufrh-jBrecl and Graded Stooi-t-H&rn Cattle. ahkvs" vh en ', 'Mi'v tonxv, kvh. ;mxfiitj3.in-ittSMixs: It 1 T, . h ii a -ijBr S!. i4T1( .iaOv .S'V5.V J" 1 J J Lfe-4 &??& vnHM 'J ' nAC.fc S&i J or V-i -. - - -. EAR MAKKS.-Crop the right; Lndcr luilf Crop the left, or reverse. Horn; brand 1 on Ufi hhoulder- K vuhc, Otter Crook, Intl. Ter, George Bent Darlington, I f' Also ADA ra. rlflU4tt!yH Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary lino it will be Promptly Purnished You M Lowest Possible Rates. rp IV IY1 JywAM.MfTfijtiirnuuMM m p Curnegio & Fraisor Ihtnge. on Cold wa ter, I,T. T. O. Fond Additional branda (principally on left Hide or hip): 65; Z; 7; II; .Til; and II;...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

1 I fr CW 'ii TTTii 1& T1T1 Hi All Dl UlilJCJiii Gko. W. Makfkt, lSditor & Prop. (IN'IHAtf AND 8TO0IC ,TOUKN'L.) IAfk Mi.ui.rrr. Local Editor, Vol. 5. ChoycMin & Ai'apalioo Agency, Drxvlin Ion, I. T., Dec. US, 1333. No- 6, Ktesv eawBumitj'.j. tauman rjanrjss JUULUaUHJUHIU RtRnfflRl BtmSBtV v AV. B. nELM, Qw.-t: 'Tt Ilunnewell, Kars. iuiiiKu a o ut nuuiir WO I. SOIIIO Willi on left shoulder. Also some eattl" branded with drawing Knife on both shoul ders. Horse brand 11kg tills on right thigh tezssszr&M ' " ""' m "V jj IFlJ IT..,, ai V X A ) op, left B, T C ) HFranwKs C E. LYON, W. S. Powkr, Manager. l 0 Sweetwater. Nolan C Texas. Ranch on Cot tonwood creok. Fisher Co This biand on either side pMnelpnllyon right. AImi the following brands : 5 Hon leftside or hip Ide. H on netk & shoulder llorso H on left ah'.d on right side. Road brand on either side. (UKTENNE tc ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERO. II. II. Campbell, in charge. Rango Cliayenno & Ar- apahoa resorvallon, I.T. C...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

HIE QE1BIE TRANSPORTER. la tho only Papor published within a radius of a lmndrod milos, Saliscriiitioii. $1.00PerTear1 in Aflyance. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. t3T"Ratoa for Display Advertisements made known on application. HI- III II I II I I I I -I ! 1. ALL. ABOUT A COW. Fighting HintlooH find Moluunmolnnn (Ivnr mi m mill . London TclcKrnph. A riot that rocoutly occurred at Delhi botweon tho Hindoo and Mohammedan residents of that famous; city strikes a strango noto in tho usual routine of a day's news. In tho midst of tho usual intelligence of accidont and crimo, po litical complications and social oveuts, tho telegraph informs us that our fel-low-suljouts in tho old worlu capital of tho Moguls have been lighting about a cow. t, Tho Mohammed aus had been celebrating their Ked festival, and par ties of them, as usual, had combined for the purchase of animals for tho evening's feast. One of tho kine thus obtained, however, was claimed by tho Hindoos as a dependent of a temple...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

FAMl NOTES. Finely cut hay is recommended as a good food for hogs. Potatoes 011I3 moderately sunburned aro in no w't3o injured for seed. Bjar in tniud that wool, liko all ani mal product, is made lrom food. In tho British market 1,100 and 160 pounds aro tho stardards for beef and mutton carcasses. Black cows seldom prove to bo good general purpose ouos, though of course thoro are exceptions. Tho Dalrymply farm produced 150, 000 bushels of whoat and 10,000 bush els of oats this year. Tho Baldwin apple is a favorite in Ohio. It boars youug aud seldom misses a season without a crop. Farmors should not conlirio their hogs to corn as tho only fattening iood. Other grain should bo given for variety's sake. In England tho avorago butter yield of a Jersey is from six to seven pounds per week, according to the Loudon Live Stock Journal. In tho Liverpool mutton market tho carcasses of choice loug-woolod shoop soil at 17 cents por pound, while those of Merino shoop command buj; 10 to 11 couts....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

EMfiS3EiEW,w ' ' s.vTWi'imsu.'iXxiwi nu')'.Lj,Hix:l-'J.-,Ji grCTraaST3KRwg.Cgyr THE CHEYENNE IRAHSPORTER. Subscription, 1 Per Year, in Advance, Mine and Araralioe Agency, darlingtok, IHD, TER. DEC. in, 188H. Headquarters for CatUoinon. A largo now flock of StotHon's cowboy hats, cowmen's logglns, spur?, .saddles, oto., etc , 111 L". lyOliiiiMrH pnpuiuv jicutitpinriurH jor uiu- lloinen. Stop witii mo when ut the Agoney. rtwirrrrrwMirirTirtr)a!XMTWua7Drfetwr3'W IfANSAS C!!Y A wm mm-j& 9.W m IB s&ivii&wv WV TtlT2LZ' IVy. I, j?- -w-?- ht.vh i.; -jars .n-.ua .- . i.VS I'i muK&mzss. mm mgw UQiGi auu uiDiarruD num. vt v o. KAown Ka.. hansaa nty Mo. Qi PflL i mwinnwmi '"JiWlfliTiL X&&8 brands on elf Her hip, side or both, known as tlio Tfi brand. Old mark, swallow forts In right ; now fedd under lilt In left. ADDITIONAL MIANDU. SBoih oldos. Hark, crop nod under bit la both. Hono brand aamo ns cattlo, on right hip. IS. K. WILSON, Manager. Chickasaw Stock Association B...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. CJko. W. Mai-tut, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUltXAL.) LAFB Mkkkitt, Local ISditor. Vol. 5. (Iicyoiuio & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, L T., Doc. K, LHHJ-3. No G, 9fa!EBcnurt39)CRiCivxaS33Qrtf9nfirctiBBi JOHX IM.BSOS .UK... :Bank f Kan Cit AtfftllfUUUftAlrf IHriifcAJNU flUUdb I i AJ.nWKLU KANSAS. Wo keep tbo best quality of giain, feeil, otc. and llur ot! the beat brands. .1. A. COVINGTON, Forwarding Agent, CALDWELL, KAAS. Spclal attention to the filling of orders and for warding the same to all .points In the Territory. As my sole attention is now dovoted to this busi ness It enables me to attend Co tho same on short notice and without delay. I. II. JJONSALL, U. S. Commissioner AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Oliice Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave., ARKANSAS ITY, KANSAS. COSAND Sr MOSSER, Photographers ? CALDWE3IL, JTAE I. H. 1S0XSALL, Photographer, Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave., ARKAXSAS CITY, - - KAXS It" All Work Warranted." ,L 'Y. DOJiNOX, Contrac...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

THE CHEYENNE TUURflHTBL i Geo. W. Haines & Co., Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, MIILIM, INI), TF.K, nrrvrv ina, Knic.ruri nttho Poslofllco ut Darlington,' iia second class mutter. e A larpc Luprgy shed has been built al fJic livery stable by Keller & ('o. - mm hi.i .m. m- Am ii n. Win. C riniblo fi nisi fed bis carpen ter work hero and left for" Caldwell )ii Tuesday. Albin Williams is yiaikine. fchiw-J 1 'lit" ' I X t I I ivuok wnn nis sistor inss Anna at ftar-nett, Ivan safe Darlington Hotel, CD J CllKVKNNK iV Ah.U'AIIOJS AoiONCY, DAIMJNdTON 1. T., Murphy cv DarihiglOn, Tropes.. fgTVj wry tbing New L&rjjtf DKAI.KHS IX- First-Glass and' Charges Low! KHAKI) IVY IVAY )! KKK. GKOCEK1 ES & PR ) VISIONS Oueensware and Country Produce. A public Kale of condemned prop erty Ls advertised to take place at bhis Agency on the 20fch inst. My. and Mrs. I lubbell have moved ihkrfhdir cosy bouse, and once more onjoy sweat rwpose undor their own....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

;f7 ro.jMU MmiTmwfTKaizwrtJ sori'W!ra3 ts vbkxv BSfluajacvwawYWTw imiwiw w ii gif ij.w A-MphfMiN MIL TDM Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. .Cheyenne and Arapaltae Ansncy, MRLIMTOH, WD. TER. DEC. 1.7, I8R3. Entered at tho rostoillcont Darlington, as oocond class muttor. Soo the now advertisement in litis paper of the Darlington Hotel. John W. Uutloiyof Rutlcr A Collins, was in from the range on Thursday. Capt. and airs. Rradloy returned from their Xov York trip on Thursday. Buckwheat Hour, prepared ty patent pro cess, at Connoll's Headquarters. J runes ft. Morrison is among the cattlo cola hritics 1ft from the range. Mr. Morrison is a well posted and entertaining gentleman, and it is pleasant to havn him come around. Reports from the leasod lands are to the olVocL that fencing is progressing rapidly and satisfactorily. Largo forcos of men with In dian helpers are pushing ahead with the work, and it is hoped tho fences vfrll bo com plctcd in lime to hold tho cattle this winter. T...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

II CIEW.E IBHBrWTB. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Gno. W. Maffbt, Editor & 1'ropr. Lafe Meiuutt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. Stsysnao 0. a A'QP2!ig& Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten DOMESTIC NOTES. A wiso cook says: "Never boil vogo tablos with soup stock, for, if you do, it will certainly become sour iu a short time." Pretty lambrequins for bedroom win dows aro made of muslin with tho edge trimmed with antique lace, or wido torchon is very prett.y. To wipe tho dust from paporod walls tako a clean, soft pioco of iltiunol. Of courso it must not bo damp, but the dry fl annul will remove tho dust. A doliciousdish for supper or for des sert is made by paring bomo tart ap plos, cut them in halves, tako out the core, aud till tho space with a little but tor and sugar; bake them on pie plates; servo hot. Pretty table-covers and covors for shelves and lambrequins, also, aro mado of tho now shades of flannel, which come in double widths. For somo uses it is even p...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 December 1883

-5T rarnmoMMii I i SCINTILLATIONS OITSCIKNUJK. CurioHttioH nml Dlscovorlon In tho World ol 1'rogronti. Dr. Laujorrois reoomouds potas sium dichromato for disinfecting cess pools, eowap, dissecting rooms, &j., and consider it likely to bo of great use in disease duo to iniorobin. Lieutenant Massenat, who lately finished a scientific- mission in Bo grara, discovered a Roman city in tho southern part of Djrba. Tho circuit of tho ruins is stated to bo about threo kilomoters. A canoo, partly imbedded under tho River Arun, has been found in tho Parish of Pulborough, Sussex, Eng land. It is fifteen feet long by four feet broad, and had beeu cut out of a singlo massivo oak treo in tho stone age. Tho Nature reports an extraordinary caso of subsidence near Boua. Naiba, an isolatod mountain, moro than 2,500 feet high, is slowly sinking into tho bosom of tho earth. A deep gulf has boon made all around tho engulfed mass. Speaking about bearings and friction, tho Scientific American says: "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. — 13 December 1883

,- , ,-, ,riri - - in,-- - - - .- -in i j IU.I1..T wiiimi mi ii -in "- -- - ' ' i i.i . i ,MI ' " '" ''Mill ll. 1 II i " - All)UAN. CAL. U1IAK BEAN BEOS., Brooders of Thorough-Brad and Glmclocl Short-Horn Cattle. A1UCAKSAS CITV, COWLKV COt'NTV, HAS. Dl( KKY BROS. :C imlonmont Ind. Ty jQO TOs Kaneh Nortnanu vSottth Canadian riv. vr. Cuttle Imimlou with same brand on either Hide or hip .& some on both sidea. flni'nn brand 'VI j Oil "'.$ $- 222SSS2?lfc?isv. left hip or shoulder, iv.-3 .83SF rz'' 3'O.'ji t&STramejSIr:; Jl.WTT mi'g-TJMiwJ M-yg ti32Aiiasjii v;uiLgS35'-T'w'lBi'i"r'" ' " ZZ&&&Z; EAR MAKKS. Croplho ritfht; Under half Crop tlio lo ft, or reverse. Ilorso brand J on loll iiouldor Bango, Otter Creek, Ind. Tor, vraty. - - (uiurgr Ucnt, Darlington, I T Also ADA. ,,k. IP Powdor Faoo, Darlinon, Attfl. 'JYr. T S Mutton, Skeleton J 'J' Also elrele; circle bar ; bar elrele ; I) a r e 1 r e 1 e heart: elrele with porpen dlenlur bur; elrele "with hori Y.a n tal bar, a...

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 December 1883

(tNIHAX AND STOCK JOUUXAL.) LAirifi Mkukilt, Local Editor. Vol. 5. CJhcyeruic? & Avtypivhoo Agency, 'Ocirlingtori, 1.". T., I3oc. &tt, 3H83 No- 7, Q&XTOrvrarjKzmi YqBtH VJAXV-LfJAi V-'rt-lJWtvZ,Kilwi-.UJ Ml (Jho. YV. ISlAFi-m, JCditor & Propr. rt w. r. nn.M, - H Fll- J Wftl-ITwrsT l vWX J2 Huiuipvitll, Kans. $pajp Range s p of Hunif- hmi. roine wiiu on left phouldtr. A1 R" soma cattle branded with drawing knife on both shoul ders. Horso brand like this on right thhrh .jS3MajaasaUfe fiSSSSBfflBS mzm wwm C. E. LYON, W. s. Powkr, Manager. P 0 Swoet water, Nolan Co W Toxns. Ranch on Cot- ti,' 'i "'i'dwu v,iBui, r wmr iu 1 U BBf xiy " J l9 oranci on eithtr side y&?v!il && I'Unclpally on right. Also ZpMm?- fhc following brands : on left side. V X A R T C ERC2BJ5WC flT r'lirllf uliln hs?"? i ri i ' . . i M HUmi IMtW'M on etiiic l?ii TIV u: bus i fciStl side. vWk"M KfosSSi S Hon left fddnnr hln H on neck A: shoulder ltrrsc Hon it It sh'id on leftside or hip. MeLE...

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 December 1883

V & THE CHFfESHE TRANSPORTER. li the qz&j Paper farai&sled ttMi a rad!c: of a feusdssd a&su MssTteLi PR Tir, i A4? a& 5ran4 Atftertfe-MtefiiU 5 p fear, J3"Kate8 Sor Display Adversteemensa maJe!S:xOTOT3 on appftcatton. INDUSTRIAL BREVITIES. Tfeere i3 a horse in the stables of the Staten i&ad, New York, abos-house that fa Icnwrwn to bs b yeari old. At the late Lou-don poultry 3 bow the first prize for 3priag chickens was awarded to a pair of birds weighing fifteen pounds. A cbeeae 3 feet 3 io-ebea thkrk, 5 feet 4 inches in diameter, circumference 16 feet 9 inched, and weighing 5,283 pounds, Is on exhibition in Boston. At the poultry 3 how recent! j held in tho Crystal palace, London, there wera over twenty-four hundred pen3 of piegorjs on exhibition. Some birds of the dragon variety sold for 5125 each. Some pigmy piegon3 brought $750 each. The crop of buckwheat this season i3 estimated at ten million bushels. The arerage yield was eleven per acre in Now York an...

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 December 1883

ISO born, now- York man- nine-tonths FACT AND FANCY. Soa gulls aro destroying grasshoppors on the ran chos near San Simoon, Cal. A Mexican coin bearing tho date of 1768 was dug up recently noar Lam pasas, T3X. Tho clocks of tho whito houso have been sot to correspond with tho now standa'd timo. An insano person named John liojcnes, at Stockton, Cal., imagines he has tho snoop scab. A fattened steer was ono of the curi ous prizes put up for raillo at Seneca Castle, N. Y., recently. A big whalo got away with tho Monterey, Cal., whalers this week. It upset ono of thoir boats. The Whitehall Timos says that a man who is always complaining of himself is a double-barreled fool. Who says it's unhealthy to sloop in feathers? Look at tho spring chickon and seo how tough ho is. At Cooko City, Montana, Julia Fos tor, aged 11 years and 9 months, has given birth to a child. Sevoiity-sovon per cent of our exports during JS83 have boon of agricultural products and mineral oil. A couplo of puppies, ...

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 December 1883

,ittwmn uujuw. H iii , IHE CHEYENNE --- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -- Clieyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND. TER, DEC. 28, nmmonnmm T-Xondquartors for Cattlemen. A largo now Hloclc of Stetson's cowboy ,fit8, cowmen's leggins, spurs, Middle, otc.,elr, at T. Council's popular Headquarters for cut. tlomcn. .Stop with mo when ut tins Agency. ANSAS CITY C. m wm com7vr "ITT .. --' -drtJh. . rJ.mm. w tit&trW'- : iJ .1" si-. i ex tfira -. raws . . .. ft IT ?nAi ri'u'i lhqo LsMlLl vw n..i ni...f ...j ' LasiB unim dim J.hv v.o. Kiowa KM iSiiSwiliCSvi. "WW Brandn on clfVr hip. ld or hot", kr.own m Ins Tf brand. Old nmk, a allow fork In right ; now add under hit in left. ADDITION Alt IMLANDS. HOC Kfrfl Both cldw. Kark, both. Eono brand uauas m cattle, on right hi IS. E. WfLHOX, " &.XHl2!& j9or Horses branded Mice this on loft ;?5Cnttlo jlngle-boboJ left oar. Zft5 All Increase stuck under ' jgSfS i&toQti SR'.IaI j'3 34 Ijini. O, IVV, 3 ? ? left Hhoulder, side...

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 December 1883

i7 CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER I CJko. W. ilArriT, Editor & I'ropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUN'Al,.) IjAL'k Mkukitt, IjocuI Editor. Vol. r. ( Jhcyonno & Afapulioo Agency, Dm! inton, .L. T., Doc. '28, 1883 No- 7, IULW U.UAiJBJUUUm II..H, 1UI 11 ML.HJtULiX JOHN DOBSON BIU)., AGRICULTURAL IMPLBXBMT B0U8BI CAl.DWKl.L, KANSAS. Wb keep tno best quality or jjraln, feed, otc. and flur of tho best bratuls. .1. A. COVINOTON, Forwarding Agent o o ALDWKLL, KANSAS. Bank of Kan. City, Soulhwesl conior FICth and DolcwRie Sts. KANSAS CITY, IdO. Cash Capital, - $(00,()00. Surplus, 81 80,000. W. S. Gregory, J. W. Byors. J?. K. Thornton, .1 . W. b. Slnvens, Win Holmes, ,1. (J. -lames, (loo. A. Fowler, J.T. Klklns. Henry Harper, b. 11. Moore, J.S. Chtok, Uomard Donnelly. ofimckks Spclal attention to tlm lining of.ordors and lor U.S. chick, prosltlnnt. I IS. K. Thornton, cashier warding tho same to all, points In the Territory As my sole attention Is now devoted to this busi ness It enables me to attend t...

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 December 1883

i ttHMMW inwiyiiMWMamwSrHHgir'xrwi THE CHEYEHNE TRANSPORTER Geo. W. Haines & Co., It ( t fr-p. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Oheynne and Arapahoe Agency, BARLIHOTON, IND. TEfi, DEC. 28, I8R3. Ifintoi'cd at llio roRtonieonLDarUnirlon. ux sotiond clans matter. iwiiTnrifjiBiiwMiiwitiHitjiosriBHirr''t'ii't-vTiTvrayw,i Oowinon, when purMiiiMlngminnllp, should try thuiiuw brand of flour at T. Council', iroin Mie Canal mills. jflk Tor tho Zenith brand, iniuk uxprewtly for this tmdc, An oightineh snowfall In Now Mexico llio othor day nstoniahod tho unlives, but no ma. lui'lnl (Inimiffo to tho stock Interests resulted, tho snow rapidly disappearing ns is ffrncrnl ty' J.ho oho onthla range. Tly tho celebrated Canal SIM I XL brand of JfburutT. Council's. This popular flour is innUo by V. I. Ayres at Arkansas City, and ho wishes to introduce his brands In the Indian '.rcrritory. Somo ono has been looking over tho bovino eonsus reports and givs Mm strttomcntUml tho Shorthorns are by...

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