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

-?? rry&gAre'WRawmwg&q'Magnai ,: XTWttraynrfc-wiwjafeawiwowrp HIE CHEYESNE IR1WTER, Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advanoo, GMyinns and Arapahoe Agency, dwikotdv. ibd. TTR. DEC. m, tr; k BHJLIsriDS C M. WARREK, Otoo Agouoy, i T Horso brand samo on loft hip. Somo cattlo llko thin AL15X. J-'RASiSU oniort sido Also somo llko this on I both sldoi f:rm!h W . Wl Ha n - - I iSSt? &3w&$gG8 k ISnteroil at the Postofilco at Darlington, n second clans mutter. , .Services at the Arapahoe sdiooj evening by Kcv. Voth. nindnv Mlsq Niiiinii! ITu1(Iin.-,'oi l.nuw, 'm ens, Is vNiting-rt Dr. 1 Uiu'x. Miss Lnmmond is spending the holidays .With her JViontlh In tliN sicinily. duokstillwcll.onooflheold timers oi the frontier country, was here this week. He is now stopping at the lower Agency, Tlio thank orihlsdiT.cearoiluoA. A. McAfee for a fine, largo turkey ami sonio oilier game ilo says game, is quite plentiful at hi hog ranch. Come often, "Hd" with a f -n, AanrpriMJpnrly wa,givi;.iinh ...

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 December 1883

ttm THE CHEYENNE IRUSnHFBL (INDIAN AND BTOOK JQUKXAh.) Gno. W. Maffkt, Editor &Vropr. Lafjs Miskiutt, Local Editor. to Subscription, $1 per Year In Advnncc. Cheyenne & A'apalioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter CURRENT TOPICS, Nkauly every educated Swede un derstands English. Gail Hamilton is helping Mr. Blaine out on that history. Cavtain Kino, in Coleman county, Tex., has 050,000 acres nearly fenced in. At a New York wedding a bishop was paid $500 for pronouncing the benediction. Fkanck points with pride to the fact that Zola has built an $80,000 country house near Parte. It is said that more congressmen will keep houso this winter in Washing ton than ever before. )on Camkkon has beon elected grandfather by his daughter, Mrs. Ilodgors, at Harriburg. Mmk. Nilsson is receiving so many invitations to social gatherings in New York that she is compelled to decline over half of them. A hospital in which only fomalo physicians will bo employed is to bo erected in Calcutta, India. L...

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 December 1883

52 i 1 FAIM NOTES. rationing animal should bo fed reg ularly. Potato tops should bo loft on tho ground thoy grow on. Pure water is indisponsablo to tho health" of all kinds of stock. Tho successful farmer plans his work in advance and thou lives up to his plans. Tho doruand for improvod stock of all kind3 is greater in tho wost thau over boforo. Secretary Chamberlain, of tho Ohio board of agriculture, does not boliovo that sorghum raising will ever pay in that stato. Tho host timo for cleaning up an orchard and getting it in good shape for a crop of fruit next year is in tho fall after tho fruit is harvostod. t "Boo ranches," as California apia ries aro called, are fast becoming popu lar in tho southern portions of that stato and havo provod very successful. Drainage pays in its own way, and tho farmer who trios it will find his land improved and his crops incroasod, and with such results ho continues I ho good work. Tho Gorman town Telegraph advisos tho planting of more sweot apple...

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 December 1883

H.. '" '-" ' t fuuwwihtiiJttrtii)iMiteiiMitW i ff wumm MLMtttmauutmmmm'tiitemto uiMnittMvnr rriiwi"2srf3EaMwsnK sssaawgwfcmnti wvgH CAL. DBAS dickey nnos. Cantonment Ind. Ty Jtancli North ami South Ciuuitllunrlv. ers. Cattle branded with same brand on either side or hip Homo on both sides. DEANUKOS. O-O TO: 5. B dos of Thorough-Oirod. ana Qi'atlna ,. i Short-Horn Catfcla. ApKAv vs cm, cowm;v couim, icas. Horse brand TL on igs left hip or shoulder, n a- Jj.- - . VAw rt''Jr ' - v ISA II MARKS.-Crop the right; Untlcr half Crop the loft, or reverse. Horse brand D on Iftftshouldor- Rantre, Ottor Crook, Inch Tor, (leorge Bent, Darlington, I T Also ADA. $Lw . . ' JT1. J'owtler Face, Darlington, I ml. Tor. Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary line it will b Promptly Furnished You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You, Of I "NT "KT TT1 T ecu ? (Succpj-aov to GEO. E. RlVNOLDS & CO.) I'M-'l-Jg.llMt '1,1 Jl IU 1 II m Ms t...

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 January 1884

5H- &xr?-ZPt nt r' Geo. W. Maitbt, Kditor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .TOKUNVL.) Lafic MteituiTT. Local Mdltor. Vol. r. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, I. T., Jan. 13, 188-1 No- 8, . IIU-ILJOJUSS Tt35SCTCJWiaMJJglfcJLLJrJXJfl.W j.U'jxjiwj.JWiwiuimunw OHEYENNE " ' . ?&. - ""N t mVrrr--. .-v. By . 6 , rW-JWy--j wr-jf ,. THAN S PORTER. i . Ste. -SHEi W. B. HELM. ( "fciHunnewolLKans. sw.?.'-:srl ll.l IIL'H X.I 111 llllllll.- ft WOll. riOltll! Willi on left shoulder. Also some cattle branded with diawlng knife on both shoul ders. Ilorso brand like tlilH on right thigh iPEIilW'' V X A ) H G. R. LYON, W. S. Powiut, Manager. J' 0 Sweetwater. Nolan Co Texas. Ranch on Cot tonwood creek, risher Co This brand on either side n InctPtillvon iluht. Also the following brands : S Hon leftside or li,) ( oute u lue. jul on neck & Miouia.r T C Horse Hon lett sh'id on right .sj.:e ltoad Li. 1 1 id on eltl.ei side. on left side or hip. McLELLAN CATTLE CO. ft CHEYENNE & ARAP...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 January 1884

THE CHEYENNE TRAHSPOBTER. la tlio only Papor publiabod within a radios of a hundred miles. Snliscriiillon.Sl.OOFcrTcar.inAtoce, Grand Advertisements $5 Per Year, C3VKntoa for Display Advortisomonta made known on npplicutlon. TILIC SMHV-SrOKH, The old EurMi, lyinir lure ami cold, Iteueita th wuit.iT hcv, Behold t lie storm-Icing marshal forth III hattlo f rio on lnuh. "Ah! r inn." bIiu salil, "heneah the anon I'tih warmly 1 shall te." Tho wind unfurled his banners And rushe i int e frav, The roiiid ocn hid h"r jolly face Within a c'oud of gr.u , And not one single sr.ar pjp cd out, To drive the glouin away.' Thosnow, encamped behind a cl ud, Went flying, ee and tliere, Its whitc-winged era' is 1 1 proclaim Its pruji-nui' in th ai ; Until, at lust, Mu- f dy host Hurst from its clouoy lair. Th" snow-flakes rushing downward, liaoh in whir iig dune-, Uctore ih win h a e d iven Like armies by the I inee; But. fltdl, utton tne w iting Earth The binning hosts advance. The will wind, shrieki...

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 January 1884

Sf t THAT FAK-VY LOOK." There is a tendency in some folks to see only tho far away. They insist upon using a telescope. Lib me givo an illustrative anecdote. It, is that sto. ry of a pensive young girl, who sat looking into an old-fnshion.od oven roaiiug with tho bltizti of dry split wood. Hit mother noticed an unusual sad hums in her face, and soon observed tears trinekling down lur cheeks. JuriiHlm Ann, my put, what is tho mat i or?" Nothing, ma, nothing!" Sou tho unhappy child sighed, and tho itiothiT observed a largo increase of the aqueous 11 w. "fJiTiisha Ann, my sweet, toll your trouble to your ma."" O, ma, L was thinking, supposo I should live to grow up ami got married, and have a little daughter, and she should live lo bo as big as I am, and then sho should crawl into an oven all on lire, like that! O, ma, it would bo dreadful, dreadful!11 An intelligent lady sitting at our ta ble took a bunch of grapes, and was so long eating tho first grape that I sug gest d it might bo ...

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 January 1884

as;agatergJs;riat!agiKMraj TWIIiti WManWWi 1 I W fc MM I ! CUikaut M Asiosi&lion ImhJ ",KT ',!I,K,S-TF-XAP- CALDWELL, KAB. JfaaTfc3WWraftVrT(Hgttra li GBEIEnE TRUSfflRItt Subscription, 51 Per Year, in Advance. OfciyiMi and Arapahoe Agency, D1ELUTCT0N, IHD. TEB. teuij4i.iJUKJiiiw.,itmMinUK.iviii!friMnnBU.tunMimi!v Hand quarters for Oftttlomen. A Jftrgo now stock of stetson' cowboy Vat, cowmen's logglns spurs, Huddles, etc., etc , at T. Conneli's popular Headquarters for eat tlomcn. .Slop with me when at the Agency. ntCaurutrnRnnwcymvraji ansas cn cattle mn & - its.- - - i.bw ., ynvxT Eagle CMBf and r o. Kowa Kaa SiifM . as?55c: Brands on etfAor b!p, side or bot'i, Ur.own ai the T5 brr.nd, Old m irk, s.'. allow foik in right ; now Rdd under Mt In left. ADDITIONAL. IJRAND3. urn Doth cldca. Mark, crop aud under bit la So both. Horco brand aame oa cattle, on right h p. 13. !:. WILSON, Manager. 'W.,. iO Vz-6iz&lt Horsos braml'd llko this 03-CiUtle JIi-Klo-bobe I It All Incrcas...

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 January 1884

r (J CHETEME TRANSPORTER I Gno. W. Maffkt, Editor & Vropr. (LN'UIAN ANU SLOCK JOtUN'AU) La.fi: Mnnnrrr, Looul KiUtor. Vol. r. CTheeimo & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, 1". T., Jan. 18, 1884 No- 8, luiiwiinv ran MIMMIMM 15 J$ ! JOHN DoBSON & URO., AGRICULTURAL IXPLSKBHI HBUS CALmVlSI.L, KANSAS. Wo Hoop tho liest (juallly oi raln, fwnl, otc. ;imi II ur oi the bust brands. Bank of Kan. City, Southwest cornor Fifth and Uoleware St3. KANSAS CITY, MO. Cash Capitol, - $0(),00(). Surplus, Si ao.OOO. J. A. C0YJN(J1T0N9 Forwarding ApenL ALDWICLL, KANSAS. Spulal attention to the lining otiordors and lor warding the same to all points In tho Territory As my solo attention Is now devoted to this busi ness It enables mo to attend to the same on short notice and without delay. I IT. 150XSALL, U. S. Commissioner AND NOTAJLiY PUBLIC, Qllice Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave, ARKANSAS ITY, KANSAS. . COSAND &MOSSER, Photographers, CALDWELL., KAN. 1. It. EONS ALL, Photographer, Cor. Summi...

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 January 1884

tagsg! II CHEYENNE TBUSFBRIER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, . . Ill .! ciioyMM and Arapahoe Agency, flARUMTOft ind. TER. JAN. !', XUH't. Joel B. Gentry 3c Co.. Darlington Hotel, Ciii.vi.sxi-: tV Aiiai'Aiiok A;i:v v. DAIU.IXdTON' I. T.. ICnterod ut lliu J'osloillco at Darlington, nn sooond ehiss nmt tor. Try the eelebmted Ciuml AIHJs m, brand oi flour ut T.ComioirH. TIiIm oiuiltir Hour to made hy V. iM. AyroNiit ArlfiiiiMiK( ii,nnd In wishes io Introduce his brand.-, in tile Indian Territory. Thn. i?et Beading. L viy fuirrily tlmt desires to provide for Its Otlllif pPOplU WjlOlCMMilC 1111(1 in.Mtnicllvc rending matter, should send for speeinuui eopks of the Youth's Companion, of lioslon. II is tlio brightest and best oi papers for young people. ItH colMiniiM gi e moro Hum two hun drud thousand stories yearly, by t lie most i.rtloil authors, Inehrdlng '. T. TrowlM-idgc, Win. lUMelc, Harriet Meeeher Stowe, Thomas I lardy, Mvs Oliphant iinii'iimiiv otn'ei-s. ln. sides Heientin...

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 January 1884

r ' f mmsr ' jt' " ' jjt --- - .-wra j.t ....... .a . . i - .- It-yytryx"' HE HlfflE IMMIHL Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cbeyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARIMTON, IND. TER, JAN. 13, 1884. On the way to Ohiloooo-Arkansas Oity$ "T"T?i A T3 FDiS lEntorocl at the Postolllco at Darlington, as second class in attar. Mrs. II. C Mann is quite ill, and is confined to her room. Tho new patent roller process flour h a suporlor brand. Just received at i on n ell a llendquartur! from the Arkansas City Canal Mills. Mr. Ilnvard, a pleasant young cattleman from tho range down tho Xorth Fork, was in to Headquarters this woek. JIo is a partner of Ed. Gilroy. Mr. Geo. W. Mafl'et went to Cantonment on business for Cnpt. I onnell. In connection with his branch store there. lie will return after taking a review of the books and an invltory of tock. Mr. lllrschlor, of Cantonment, made the Agency a brief call last week, on businoBs connected with tho Mcnnonito school work. As ho is a newly married ...

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 January 1884

fm IHE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND flToCIC JOUKNAL..) Ono. W. Makpet, Kill tor fc 1'ropr. Lake Mkuiutt, Local Editor. Hubocriptinn, $1 per Year in Advance. Cheycnnn & A apatioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten MINOR MENTION. Thk (iros for tins your in tho United Status foot u p about 1(10,000,000. Clarence Kino, tho geologist, is a direct descendant of Oliver Cromwell. There uro over 200,0u0 horses and 100,000 vehicles of all kinds licensed in New York city. Minnesota's imtt r product for 18P3 will nearly reach 18,000,000 pounds, worth $5,800,000. Three out of every live newspapers in Michigan favor the restoration of capital punishment. Liu Ihvino acts well enough to bo able to roiurii to England with agoldon opinion of America. Count Glkichen is now-making a bust of Miss Mary Anderson, to bo pre sented to tho Princess of Walos. When Mr. Becohor is not present tho attendance at tho weekly meetings at Plymouth Church is very slim. Ex-Senator Conkling carries an unlimited cig...

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 January 1884

ist nsBBBMrnra I 1 Jt A 1112LL. WITH A UISTOItY. A. Kit of lirtc-ii-Hruo at Mio Sloton Har bor I oti 1'hrfy Scill Doing lt Duty. IMillaUutph'n Tnncn. Back from lIig main street of Gor niuntowi) that echoes now with the rumblu of the Fourth aud Eighth struot cars, that echoed H'6 years ago with the first dropping shots of Washing ton's sunrise surprise, runs behool lane. Back from School lane stands the gray old birraok-liko building whence tho thoroughfare takes its name. It is Germantown academy. Lonr and rambling is the edifice; long and ram bling is its history. Tho first of the young idea that it taught how to shoot may havo marched with Braddook; not by any means the last wore some of those above whoso memories the marble volunteer of 'GL lands guard where the lane and main street moot. For ninety-nine jours its scholars have assembled and dispersed to the clank of one boll. But for a strange accident 110 years should have betm written instead of ninety-nino. It lost eleven yea...

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 January 1884

' tvmmmthmMfm DICKEY .BROS. Cantonment Ind. Ty Ranch North and south Canadian rLv. (is. Cattlo branded with same brand on either sido or hip & -oino on both sides. Horse brand TIj on CAL. DlAN' DEAN BROS., UjerVrs of Thorough-Brad and Graded Short-Horn Cattlo. l' KVNAH tin, COflJJV COLN'Jl, KAR. SSSili&fce!. lolt MP or sll0Ul(lcr war nrnww imwr.&toxe3rtmxttx2r!ifmr'T I II - I I - I " - -" - "t- - III 1 - M I W -jSte, -l YJ J h$ tnT kAfcas s-aijftjOTrft'kfflaM tflWIKM " C "V Xv N , WfS5S in r lit i . ia.i'jwi j. i ii 'a-jvir jr. k i ms b ." . x 1 w u . ir wl t kiwiiwwiri" JtkSa i feBSWSS8H f ih '-AEX-i fr B UPscaiLii'l''-ttwj'jji, r S?" 'VJF fflPHSH K3fAJ-4B?. 1 i&8SS KT KwwSW'(JS? yx ns v t .". i.rrvxi..iu..r. tt-3. it-Vitrt.-.'"-. - - - ... -. . ., . i .. . " -t iYw7rr--',g'M-'Tiiir'": - --- i-r-r---M,. EAR MARK'V-Croplrio right; Cnder half Crop the Iclt, or reverse. Jlorso brand 1) on Iclt shoulder- Range, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, George Bent, Darlington, l" rI Also ...

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 January 1884

Tf HPT? D &- Gi:o. W. Makkkt, ICditor & Propr. (rSI)TAN AND STOCK J.OURNU..) Law: Mkuuitt Local ifidllor. Vol. 5. Cheyenne & Avn.pa.hoo Agency, DaflinirLon, L T., Jan. &S, 1884- No- 9, :rcBi'w'Uijaai'MJ-eaaaasaa:aim .-, - M ! - - j -ui9Vu ' tfj j"Vjsmmwaji JL X'JjL.Li OJL y Jut U 1 i I ILJ IP B- IT jMnni i IVei.''V'- TifrRfciJ . bk 3Joi!zrrnt .ru &' nr. B. HI.LM, . "kllunnewell.Kans. &&i5? Range s o of llunne- K won. ooino wuii "-Non ler sbonlder. Also some ealtlo branded with diawlng knlfo on both shoul ders. Horse brawl like this on right thigh asccw&AfiaStea JI1 - BJ && VX A H MKSV! ill vJ, ' Lv& onle ft : !!(. T C on right side Road bnud on either side. C. :. LYON, W. is. F -a kh, Manager. I' OFwcotwntfr. Nolan Co Texas. Ranch en Cot toiv.o. d c .ek, Fisher Co Thh b an l on cither side p Inclr ndv on rlirht. Also tlie loilowiug hiands : f TT mi K it cliia rv 1lr l. n neet A- .shoulder Ji' i-M- H I'n h'tt sh'id on leftside or hip. CHEYE...

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 January 1884

THE CHEYEHHE TRANSPORTER. Ib the only Paper published within a radius of & hundred milei. It will interest students of shorthand to know that in congress the avorago rato of talking is 125 words por minuto, biit oftontiraos tho stenographers are obliged to write at a spood of 180 words a minute. Suliscriutlon. $1.00 PerTear. in Aarance. Brand Advertiiimentt $5 Par Year tayRutoB for Display Advertisement made known on application. MINOR MENTION. Miss Alcott says she often falls in love with pretty girls. Massachusetts1 humano socioty has sixty life stations on tho coast. Tub south has not received many of tho immigrants during tho last yoar. The government printing oflico costs Uncle Sam noarly $30,000,000 a yoar. Tue old frigate Constitution is quiet ly rotting to death at tho Brooklyn Navy Yard. The South Carolina logislaturo passed 385 acts in twonty-oight days and adjourned. Judge Adams, of Savannah, recent ly tinod a negro woman $1 for eating poanuts in court. The next throe...

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 January 1884

6d 'i Tho Wottlth of KnnHtin. Topcka Dnlly Capita), Jan, 1. Tho numbor of nowspapor writers nud editors who havo boon consocratod as monumental liars becauso thoy told largo and long stories about Kansas and hor possibilities, will never bo known by any, save, possibly, by him who is to proparo tho iinal record of all thins?. So many and such highly colorod statements havo thoy written concerning this fair land of ours that tho average looker-on from a distanco rogards them as about all color; aud wore it not that there is somewhere at least reason ablo grounds for a little llowcry composition, Kansas would, in deed, bo a very muchoverdono subject. In tho beginning, away back in tho long ago say about twenty-live years ago, and that is a long time in Kansas, when men and women rodo over theso magnificent prairies and inhaled tho inspiring air, thoy lookod across over rmlos and milos of billowy plain and prophesied unconsciously of things to -conio. Thoro was scmothing in the . shado...

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 January 1884

r f 'I ... . i -ii i -- i 111 i rum i i r i -r mi i i L --- - ' "r rw - i in HIE MOTIIE -- Subscription, $1 For - ctieyenae m Arapahoe Agency, DARUHOTOK, INC. TEH. Wm MlJIWIW PfWFWSBB(fcMWjlW Headquarters for Cattlemen. A large now tdork of Slot son's cowboy X.aN, eowmon's logging, ppura, naddlos, cto., etc, nt T. ConnoR'n popular Ilendqunrters lor cut t lemon. Mop with mo when at the Anciicv. prWHiiiwmiiinini'iijiiw'iiiii.mmim iinjui ANSAS C!1Y CATTIJJ COMPAWv (KOTr J Eagle CHief and p o. Ktona Kai Brands on cVer lilp, side or lnt, tw.own as the Tfi brand. Old murk, sn Allow fork in right ; new add under bit in left. ADDITIONAL lUiANDS. wsa Doth sides. Mark, orop aad undr bit la akzi both. Horao brand same us cattle, on right b'p. E. K. WrLSON, Manager. i l Tnair ilwrl ii iff swieBRMKSH Horai ! branded like this on 'left .houlde jCVGtttlu'Jiiigle-bobod left e r. L -v-s., safix sttsasaafi All increase stuck under A-ivV - vr. mZ'27FEi if. ilia BEHBgWgacarr"3gifBgw .sa&wu-a sftSSS...

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 January 1884

Jbl ' irTr'Ti, f- m 'm - """"m " w n j GKO. W. TUAnirr, i:Htor & Propr. (INM)IAN XH STOCK .JOUUXU..) lAi'ii Mnicnrrr, howil iSilitor. Vol. 5. Cheyenne & Arapahor Agency, DavlinLon, 1. T., Jan. r2H, hh I No- 0, UJUIIJWUllUJ rTMI-MMHil IMJEEXS3i:rS!KUBtfXVXSn)' MWVWE? 1 IT" i "lik "T" rN TT TT F 1 Tr"! "M .AijClLli D.I I Hi J .1 j III joj.'x j)()i;so.N u liuo., AQRICDL7U&U QirUXEXT HQQSE ! (AM)WRI.r K ..s, Wo keep tlio best duality of giutn. feed, cic . and (I ur ol the beat brands. J. A. COVrNttTON Forwarding Agent AL1)WELL,"KANSAS. Spclal attention to the fllitiiK of orders and for warding th same to ali points in tlio Territory . As my sola attention la now devoted to this bust n oss It enables me to attend to the same on short notice and without dlay. 1. H. DONSALL, U S. Commissioner AND 1NOTAKY PUBLIC, Oilice Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave., ARKANSAS ITY, KANSAS. COSANT) & MOSSER, Photographers, CALDLL, KAN. I. H. BOXSALL, PHOTOGRAPHER, Cor. Summit St. & Ce...

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 January 1884

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