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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1884

&J2- 'UrWSUMMM iwtw. .rrm'ia' .rv-in Tir riwrwa-TBTjptyjsBa-iftBV'v. 1HE UEIDIE WOifflC Shot Dead. leiEjLisriDS CM. WARREN,. Otoo Agency ,1 T TTnrcsn limtut unnin nn lo P iie eitiz in of this Totttn of tho Territory wcio thvox.n into ( n-idiiablr ( n nn-nl la:,t week over the death of M'm. Mann, who was shot while riding hid line ut Dent's ranch, thlrly-sbc milcj northv.-f-i of thia Ationey. The facts as noar as could be obtained are a follow Ji .M.p arjjth.it oil .' u.m ,u i finn M' "lv M I. lit tO i n'.V. ills il'). ,l,li .1 )' '1, About sundown ids la . -'i .. d to ilie, ranch without h:-, ridjr. 'ia.boj ..t c.-mp bnuiodiatcly started in s-oju-fh ot M mn and lodo o-.erthe beat tali:.. ; a' shooting their Pistol' . hut in Viiin. i. .i - . ,(i,, ... i. - tr'-v'iTr n -. vlC9VP4MMKfll ALEX. FRASKH. &&h S 3pB hip. Some cattle Uko th Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. .I, i. ..-- Cu vojm Ml Ararihw Ar ic i, s;;i:'D ion, 1KB. TEH. onioilSMo AiflO 901110 like tills on b U...

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 January 1884

1 TMBHRTER M OEmiE (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUllNAL.) Geo. W. Maffkt, Editor &Vropi. Lapis Mbiiuitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year In Advance. Cheyenne & A'apatioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. liOas and ;ain. Do not count, when day Is o'er, Dully 1cm from life's rich store; But the gains, however small, Count mum duly, one and all. Every Bweet and gracious word, Every plea.Mint truth you've heard; Every lenuVr glance and tone, Kvcry kindly d-cd you've known; Every duty nobly none, Every r'ghtful victory wou Treasure ill, and count them o'er As a miser counts hi store. Hut if bit or word or thought luvea iiiuur iiurvunu uiuuguu, If some foemaa hath afH die J you, Or the friend mobt trusted failed you; ff unkmincfH and untruth Have to you brought Maddest ruth, Hlot the hcore without delay Keep no record of the day. Keep no record of tin care, Los and cros we all mint bear; On the poge of memory write Only what is fair an i bright. Let all evil things goby. Still, with b...

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 January 1884

3 A. 1JAIIY GIANT. Over Seven Feet In Height and Still Growing. 8nn Frnnclsco Examiner, Somo two wooks ago tho crowd of loiterers who infest tho foot of Market stroot woro struek dumb with amazo mont at tho sight of a colossal indvidual omorging from tho forry-gato. Boforo any oho 01 tuo crowd had rocovorod from their astonishmont tho giant walked towards tho next slip and, got 011 board tho Petaluma boat. Tho crowd hung around tho landing for somo time waiting for tho rost of tho circus, but woro disappointed, and it was soon ascortainod that tho Goliah was all alono. Speculation was rifo us to who and what ho was. His height was variously estimatod at from eight to twolvo feet. A Federal oilicor stated positively that it was Chang, tho Chinese giant, who had slipped in at somo way port in disguise, so as to boat tho restriction act. An Examiner reporter solved tho mystory yesterday. At a Sansom streot hotel ho discovered tho mammoth, or as ho might bo more aptly termed, tho baby g...

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 January 1884

ri3Xj252aEnittMMa 1 C.h. Dkan DFANBXiOS., E 5 "dors of Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Cattlo. ' ARKANSAS CITY, COWLEY COUNTY, KA3. DICKEY BROS. Cantonment Ind. Ty Itanoh North and fionth Canailian riv. ors. Cattle brand od with same brand on either side or hip & Homo on botli sides, llnrso brand TL on loft hip or ahoulilor, Carnoglo & Frniscr Raiujo on Coldwa. 4fa HHHMrMfcr 5"rf ' ' -? kffi&&2hx M?S''' v; 'J 3 -t? MMflHMKBkOtr 5flfcv iMv &( ssaK&efiSjgfiSaffisiS EAIl MMJJvs.-rroplho rierht; Under lmlf ,rj Crop tlic Jon, or reverse, lldi'iso brand I) on loft slioulder- Banffo, Otter Creek, Ind. Ter, uS8Sbsss Wjifi" EiTCOTJfr'jftMS1 mjt k'wn.j tttArffc Aft JrasBrasa C'V. YV ?51 Vt v'l-.v'.vir .suKuustv ..in ,m N I'M . . I.. i n.iAt; - T S Uuttoii, Skeleton 1 T Also circle; circle bar ; bar circle ; ba,r circle heart,: e ire Jo with pcrpon diculnr bar; circle wilb liori zon ttil bar, all on led. ftlflo. Sonic cattle with h art-cross on loft side. Horse bran...

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 February 1884

f 6jf- ? 1 A- ! I t vl 1$ 4 B Hi i 1 Xi'jGLXi kJJl J JlJLJLJ JLig iTTT? T f? v lm I I 1-4 w fcH t 1 I jLJ JL I I L-l 11 I A CJno. W. BIai-'fist, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .TOt'IlN'lL.) LvFK Mkruitt Loeul Fjclltor. GheycMipo & Arapalioe Agency, Darlington, I. T., Feb. 18, 1884 Vol. 5. No 10, t. m f t hj. LirnimmtJlu 'Mima J IM'tXtmBMMI ABi-ajreKai-uir.uEVMiT in WLiiAjma!uuijJum.HMUWi,.i i.imm I WMMcstBnstsasj'JS&iBnsieMMi W. P 1U LM, iTuniKnull.Klinfl. Range s e of ilunne- well. Home with on loft shoulder. Also some catllo i";iTu!cd with diawlng Milfo on both shoul ders, llorso brand llkf this on right thigh VX A ) W. S C. E. LYON, . Powkii, Manager. EH 1 0 Sweetwater. Nolan Co Texas. Hunch n Cot tonwood cieolc, Flshei Co Thh brand on either ship l iucl,ullv on light. Also the follow I o brands : S H on left side or hip onlo ft side. H on nek A- tdioulder C ) llorso H on lett ali'lcl on tight sldo. SSRH on lett side or hip. itouu uranu on either side. McLELLAN CAT...

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 February 1884

M CORBIE TRIBFBRTEH.' (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Gko. W. Maffkt, Editor & 1'ropi. La vis Mbiihitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year In Advance. Bhevenno & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. CURRENT TOPICS. Charles RussV,l, M. P., tho English barristor, rocoivod ovor $16,000 in fees in ono wook recently. LONG AGO. Thkue woro only nine accidents to trains in 1882 in Groat Britain by which passongora woro killed. Seventy-six Sing Sing convicts havo voluntarily ontorod the night school, which is taught by ono of thoir num-bor. I sit beside the sinking lire, Watch the weird funs in its glow; All through the night I should not tire But they hive faded long ago. All lust to dust! the Inst repose Ashes to ashes! well I know How surely thte hath been with those, Those whom I loved, so long go. How surely (his with me will be! From every potty joy and woe, From fancied slight from Jealousy Mode free and safe jh I long ago. And yet may foma things with us sta As. on these...

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 February 1884

)b 5 INDUSTRIAL BREVITIES. Baroness Burdott-Coutts is tlio ownor of tho smallest pony in tho world. Ho is 5 years of ago and stands thirtoon inches high. It is proposed to introduce tho cul- turo of rhooa, or Spanish grass, into Ireland, whoro tho plant is found to succeed admirably. Tho president of Farduo university is making arrangements to piaco woathor signal Hags on all tho trains running in tho state of Indiana. Tho Illinois iish commissioners ro port that during tho past year they have distributed t'2,000 young carp and 1,700,000 young nativo iish, tho latter saved from Mississippi river overflows. Tho Ohio state board of agriculture has bought eight acres of land near Columbus, which is to bo iittocl up for permanent fair-ground?. Permanent buildings will bo erectod and ornament al trees set out. Tho colored people in somo portions of Tex is are boginning to clamor for legislation requiring tho railroads to provide first-class accommodations for thoir race, in accordance wi...

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 February 1884

1 I ,, iwum .. y ; anXaJWHl THE HE CHEVENNE i 4 - V , Subeoription, $1 Per - Diieyaiine and Arapahoo Asency. Darlington, inn. ter. riuinjnrwi iinmMtmiiiirrwww mt HeadQunrter A Inrffo new Mp k nl lownirn'M Iri'fjhi .. s'nr-, .i.bilo. to., i-ic ,4 M T. CliniM II - pi.lMllHI- lll-.l lilU.JVllTH fill- Till ' lleniPll. Mmii1iiih.1,. nut !1 -, n x . 1 i ANSAS CI'iY :? UIiaGLV.'SYvs- la. i1EttAlb . 1 1 , I'M z-,'.fiHiT:fik -i -.. vt rr a Km i '' " " "' i wswumBiiDabiDiarninwivjj. x V O. KWwa KM auuM ii ii , nnn $- Qrnnds on el'Her hip. sldi or ot'', :. .wn n th Tr lminl. Old mrk, gllow f.K In rixtit ; now artduihtor bit In left. ADDITIONAL IJRAND!!. Both cldcj. Ux. Sis both. Uorto brand iao m cattle, on rig p. K. K. WILSCV.. Manner. l5!i,i vl.l M SS5& Hordoa braiiiltvl likt-Uil-on (v "VAU w All Incrottse suck undt r 2S 1 II oIBwsS'b I wiTuA,at"K3 wJT Jv"i0wiTi'" i if ' r1 "naTTM fnKU NHr MM .'- X ' voajaJET. ?IX. 7, HOO, WKH, O, ITSr, 3 C r1 letthhouhler. ul atul hip. liaiiRe, on luhlt...

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 February 1884

UF.n. W. Makitt. i:Umr & .Propr. -ivimw 'Mi ro .i .i.ri!t.) liAi-'il Muuurrr, Local Hilitor. 'ol. '. .. v-r-n -. i)M-livjri)ii. I. 'P.. lVl. 1JJ, lHRt No. 10, .J' mw jiiamjuminn gm wr im i..mimmiwaptjjw,riv.ii'nur.,'u iu tn jwuwi.n'miwjB.uimraoi m'nmmxiBJJMr tiUMawniii wmTi'.J-11 '.'w wwwwi Manmnam ,nh ' 1U' Bank of Kan. City, J.L IB. JrCDX.iT" 1 &j OO. MWJRAl tiUWR WW. PKAI.T.US IN - ?uuthwost come F.ilh ..r.d I ''iwire .Si-. K W-AS ' 1 V v, ,,,-mStaplk and Fancy Groceiii.es! K NSAS. italoftlictKtb:a..iis. Mirpl.1 . H.lO '.(,. ( 'li v n v A r iiMii mimi iiii ii i mBmiiUMM ' ;Mmmmoam J. A. COYIMJTON, Forwarding Agent, CALDWELL. KANSAS. Smlal att enMon to the filling of order and for warding the same to aU points in theTwrritoi? As try sole attention is no? devoid to this busi ness tt enable foe to vAU-rul to tbo same on short notice and without delay. W S. 'Jrr'irorv. .T. W. !-.. K. K. Tuor t n. i. W. L. !.HV'!i.S. Wm iioimes, .1 t, nu-is. Ji- my Harpi'f, L. R. Moor, J. 8. (...

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 February 1884

0Mft my i n hi iiM'lKiiiiiiiiin i i win in wmuii im fin iki rinmwimiiiuiiiMKi nm mm in in fi ' in n, minimum i r inntnnrr ayVCTBMWUiJButfiiwwjBi)iivflijauMiBBwwrty THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Clieyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DAPiLINUTOH, 1HD, TER. FEB. I. I881. Darlington Hotel, Cijkyk.nwk & Arapahoe Agency, DAttLINGTON T. T., 31 u rpJiy & Darlington, Prop'i's. -Evcrylliing New Ijgjg Joel B. Gentry Sc Co., Jx. ?1 - " I K . & - 1 r ! ! Knlcreil ut the J'OBloMcoal Darlington, as hocoiuI class matter. Strayod. In November lust: ono dark brown mule white, face and a few whlto spots on It. branded E illicitly lame In foreleg at that time. A suitable reward will bo paid for Its return to Neal W Hvans & Co., Kort Reno, Indian Territory. None but First-Clafjo Goodo. In watches, Jewelry and allvjrwa'e ono should have the best or none. Mesnrs Shurly ft. Co., Chi cnjjo, aie making a specialty of line oods, and If you need anything In watcher, ...

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 February 1884

47 UtfV'"' lEUKE.I't!rVTUWlirtl!Srjf t!- Xlli-l 1' ' " -V NVS' -. -wiewr.- . W-W5 lit CHETEMfiE TIUKHTBL Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. CbByiimend ArapsM Agrncy, r r :'::: .f, i;,d. t:r. FLU. I ? ,( Tl 'MM I ' !" !' HIM1 l! 1 I . 111 llU' , statu- (1 eom.ii'.,' -pi ing of f:ltt I 1 1 :i i 1 across , I the Trrrltovv. ffowrrtl 1mprefdon rem ' 1i irc nil tl. i' tho i i l u- i - w .II bl u bade BIRItNTIDS. r M WARRPN.. Otoe Agency I T i"is. brand same on lo hip. Some cattlo Mk tli 1 M v I '. Kb. UM 'OH d IA A Ion sonin th" ft .til-, and i ft; i : 1 1 lieo 1iuiI nl I.i 1 K T hi- is pun l ! mi tako, a tin lupin t n. nl n 1 II not jvrniil jm exi-t im? ti..U 1 be Jo-.od i c 1IM this on 1 oth slds f . ") I P.r3 ChSiXiW fclfstf? luttcred nl tin- Po-aorii. second eUiss matter. MWMXJMMnuo t ln- b: "ton, ii -t Win. Coireo showed up frev. tli" il ii r V range on Saturday. CharlesClevt land pa-M-d Ii(rc on "-aluiday on route to Anndarko. iinilt'i' nm ('!t''i'"' ' i"" '1' v "" .'It' t! II- ...

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 February 1884

MVINO IN ftlKXICO. Ijottor from nn American I,iuly. In tho architecture find furnishing of Mexican housos hero thoro is no such varioty us in othor countries, but ono "casa" of tlio hotter class is almost an exact counterpart of thousands of othors. Lot us tako a survey of that in which for some timo 1 have boon living hero in Saltillo, as it is a typical homo of the woll-to-do substantial Moxican citizen. Like most othors in this anciont city, our casa was built two hundred yoars ago, and its adobo walls live foot thick look capablo of defying tlio weather till Iho rossur roction morning. It has a groat nuin bor of rooms, built around and all oponing into tho usual central court, which latter unroofed spaco is pavod as thoy all are with small sharp stonos wlndi'mako us fool liko penitential pil grims on tho road to Mecca. In this court pomegranates, figs and bananas are growing, and llowors blossom the wholo year through, planted in adobe boxos elevated several feet abovo tho groun...

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 February 1884

tl liad worked a wondorful chnngo in Pearl's moLhor. Sho now looked out at tho house, and saw tho water pouring in at tho window from which tho idol of her heart had just bean rescued. With arms tight about her, sho said: lie nas taken care of us, Pearl, bet ter than we could havo dreamed " Sydney Dayrc, in Harper's Young People The Good of n Clunumiim. Arkansnw Traveler. A genuine typo of Arkansaw's rural manhood camo to town the other day, and as an unexpected detention caused an oxhaustion of tho corn-broad lunch brought from homo ho wont to a small restaurant to satisfy tho rip-saw long ings of a vigorous appetite. A Chinoso waitor prosonted himself, and asked what tho gentleman would havo." "Brinjj mo suthin' t'oat," tho old fol low replied, "an' don't lot tho jimpson woods sprout up round yer fut, author." Tho colostial obeyed, and tho old fol low, after eating hoartily, shoved back his chair, looked at tho Chinaman soarchingly, and asked: "Who'd yor b'long tor 'foro the wah?"...

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 February 1884

, 1-.rvrnn)fciiiuL.iiiiiigMBKaeifatfiagaraeH i7" niMm$MmmmmtmMm&msimmuLVitMmwmMmi.e.ix C XL. DKA DEAN 13H0S., B 5 oilers of Thorough-Bred and Gmded Short-Horn Cattle. A" KANSAS CITV, CO"VIKV COlNTf, KAi. rfG&mM MimmmVf-'wAfsi ili? .j&flMCT waspg-- a'- warny, gwva -ner . EAR MMlKs. Cropllio riht; Under half Crop tlio lelt, or rpverae. Jlotaao brand i) on left shouldcu'- Rang-o, Ottor Crook, Ind. Ter, cMiM&Et George Bent, nnrliiifiton, 1 T Also ADA. Powder Face, Darlington, Ind. TOT. John I')isil, Also JP c.nect fd and T on left hip & side. Po ny brand con neeled JP left shoulder. Dnr- S&S&S& linetfon, T. T. ittMmammMjnsHtammaaMn .- - 3 DifMcrv mioR. CunUMiint'.nt Ind. Ty Kanuh North and south Cana.Uan rlv. crs. Cattlo branded withsntnn brand on lUlu-r Hldo or hip & pome on both sides. ll(;-jc brand TL on lull hip or shoulder, . - BCSfrSSSitW, rQ TO- sss HPHl ,. ' IW.wJY. 'O-.X - - - X Z3FORTZ V ty HI y vi &&mJ!ato&kzfeL - - - - - r i - ...

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 February 1884

169 TO A 1VTQDA PTPP I IVrLli IOJL lli'-t J J Hi Uko. V. ?!nrr. TMi'or X. Prnpr. (INDIAN AND STOCK ,)Ol7RXL.) Laims Mkiuhtt. Local Kilitor. Vol. r t'hcjyonno & Avapalioo Agency, Darling-ton, I. T., Fob. 48, 1884- No. xr., -UB:nTt::f..i .MtrjgKtattiiigrt?aCTnsj;iLAiijijiiAaiujuit.Miiiiww HMHaawiMiflfr wtmmm igiwrwrTTiMgwaWTwi'iw mm-wupsbm fc..aaa.Timtfixjj'..uhi a, .t.iia .m-b m.- t i . . , . , ,. . . T - - - - - . i ii n i .- .,-...--.,.., iiimi i 'irri"Wff"WnWMlgMT'MMtrtjrttriTriri'TTrr'rrrirrTriTii nnnrii TTirFVTrriyriT"iff "I'lfrnM"""' m 1 V. B. HELM, Sfeis-. ,J 'JmjT Hii'nev.dl. Kens. in?e s ! of nunne w ,1. Some with on lei' b. fUldcr. Also Mime ealtle branded with diawlng hi.'Jo ou la th M.onl ders. Horse brand Mke this on light thigh V X A R T C ) H on rl?ht :i e. ltoad i rm,d on e ;ler side. C. E. LYON, V. b. l'owm, Mnruv"-. pnswetvr'rr Nolan C- 'J'PttH. Ii 'Mil I uot- f nwo .(! "i'-i;, KKiipr Co J ills I) ellll! ' !l (-i1!."! 8lfiO p Incit'.nlv i.ii i ,,' t. Um the- r.i...

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 February 1884

THE OiflENE TRUSFORTER Ifl tlio only Paper published within a radius of a hundred miles. Saliscripllon. $1.00PerTear. in AaYance. Brand Advortiisments $5 Per Year. C3T"Rntea for Display Advertisements made known on application, ' '" ' ' ' "" ' "" " " " """"tZ.'J CURRENT TOPICS. J at Gould predicts that railroad earnings this year will be unprecedent ed ly large. Matthew Arnold lifts his oyoglass twont3r-nino timos in tho courso of a singlo lecture. No loss than 105,000 human beings have boon transported to Siboriaduring the past ten years. No fewer than 430,000 volumes of fiction have boon publishod in London during tho past j'ear. Tub police of Philadelphia report that 250 stroot lamps are broken daily in that city, mainly by bos. Woman Supkiiagis Leagues are to bo established in every city and town in Massachusetts by tho SLato commit-too. The health of JolTorsou Davis is ox tromoly poor this winter. His eyes give him much trouble and his stop is fooble. The Shakers of Sjutli Unio...

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 February 1884

& DOMESTIC NOTES, Ciiickkn Salad. Havo cold rousted or boiled chicken free of skin, fat and bones. Place on a board, and cut in long, thin strips, and cut theso into dice Placo in an earthen bowl (there should bo two quarts), audsoason with four tublospoonfuls of vinegar, two of oil, ono toaspoonful of fait and ouc lialf toaspoonful of poppor. Set a way in a cold placo for two or throo hours. Scrapo and wash enough of tho tender, white celery to make one quart. Cut this with a sharp knife, in pieces about halt an inch thick. Put these in tho ico-chost untilserving time. Make the mayonnaise dressing." Mix the chicken and tho celery together, and add half of tho dressing. Arrange in a salad bowl, or on a Hat dish, and pour tho rcmaindor of tho dressing ovor it. Gar nish with while colory loaves, or havo u jolly border, and arrango the salad in this. Ohocolatk Willi's. Ono quart of milk; one square of Baker's chocolate; ono genorous half-cupful of sugar; six oggs. a little salt. Sc...

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 February 1884

iiM3&x&xvic!ejtusrxjexaianu: itjmaiir THE CHEYENNE TBMMTEB, Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -' Ulicyenne and Arapahoe Agency, MLINGTON, IND. TEE. XTrv.iHirjrHutmiii iwwtuwtimiiii1 n H idquartem for Cattlemen. A Jiirjp new slook ot Metson's pv. bo i,t-.-, povmetiV I'iffriiis, spurs '.ndilli , l, !, jU T. Colon II popular llciidqimi ier.- lor eat tlcmcu. 'top with me wln'ii at tic fr my. Tern Land and C: .XA - and K'flwi Ka SflTF if U rlf' i fe J.1? . v-nh Ire JL'.-.;:.? rtiSIJwK" w EasleCM (SK ro. fif PWFlBf 'i V m "jti Brands on vr r Idp. uMs or I ot , ' "mi ai the Tfiformut. Old in tic, h alio.-. f.w la riht ; now add-under Lit (n l ft. ADDXTIONAZi BRANDS. Both tldti. Uftrk, both. Hoist brand txao as catve, on rtgvt !i!:. ilF Ii Mik?A&j IlloPiW brand" I iKe tiit - A?Kattk' Millet' be J i. - WcM3 All Itine.-i.N si., cli under 'i P ? i left . !:.- .Ider, f-ltle tUld hip. llttiiKe. en Wa.ddta ilv. KOBKitT t&i Rwo, In i Ter. SOBitl Outtlu bnmdtd wilh aroi on Hthc...

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 February 1884

V- JKL JKL- AkLi3 a!L- AaLil A -A X aa. J OiKo. W. AIaitkt, Editor A Propr. (INDIAN AN!) STOCK JOUltNM..) Lai'h Mk :i.itt. Local lOdltor. Vol. r. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency, naadhiglou, t. T., Keb. 8, 1SH-I No XI., ns.nfttwiimCTrjtMmrii.mggAaJwruHw.vjtiKia jo:ix dm 1!N it mio., AviC'JLTUEAL URLEIffR E85SSI CAI.PWKl.?.. K.rc' s. We keep the test qunlltj of Kiu.n. foed, etc. and flur of the best brands. J. A. COVINUTON, Forwarding Agent, CALDWELL, KANSAS. Social attention to the flllinur of orders and for warding the same to all points In the Territory. As my solo attention is now devoted to this bunt ness it enables mo to ntteid to the same on short notice nnd withoat delay. . II. UOXSALL, U. S. Commissioner AKJD HOTARY inJBUa Onice Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave., ARKANSAS ITY, KANSAS. Bank of Kan. City3 Southwest corner Firth and Deleware Sts. KANSAS CITY, MO. Cash Capital, - $MM),0(H). Surplus, S130.P00. W. S. Gregory, J. W. Dyers. K. K. Tnomton, .1 . W. L. Slavens, Wm Holm...

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 February 1884

rwMManjaaaattwx :tjB.awiH?HWHJUJMWi 4 TIE CHEIFIE TRAHSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. CHeyenne and Arapahoe Jitney, DARLlMTOf, IM. THR. FEB. ',.'8, 1884 , Kiitorotl uttho roslofflcenl Darlington, as second cltwia mnltor. twin-ari nil iHAMiOawwrw tntmuniMw.nKnnii Strayed. InNovembc: l:st : on durt brown mule, while fnoe iiad a lew white gpou on It. Branded 32 slightly lnino In foreleg m that time. A siuuibJe reward will bo paid for Its rotnrn to Nonl W Kfons V Co., Foit iteno, Indian Territory. "ITorest and Stream. 11 .ii Wi own " "'"!; or tt ,N ')0,' (,r bird dog, or Ulo? Kvim-wangling or shooting or tminplnS, or cuiiiwins, or canoeing, or yachting v Have you a laalu ror sttidr, ,u tlio habits ni wild birds and anlmats? Do ou know that for ton jours wo have been pub hhlng a bright weekly pnner i.'evotoil to tliesrt Mibjeeis? It will repay you to look at a cony oUho.oKKsTAKJiSTiiBAAi. Thoio is no othor paper In the world just into II. Address Korest and fatreani Pub. ...

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