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

fl " imvammnaM THE cratiE IMBUE Subscription, 1 Per Year, in Advance. a c&eyeime ami Arapance abbs, oarlitictgti. inj). TER, FEB. 2B I8.T4. Entered at the I'oslolllec at Darlington, us icond class mutter. aMmmnuwn tiiaiwru biuhubjiw saevm WWWMM IB'aWIJ J' wwif 1 t4naiw: 8CCOI1 BWBMTr fTHK r ;, A. HiMnphlll is up country on bus'ness fori lie Inn. Keud all llio new brands In our lie d this issue. Stockmen know that this is the; time to advertise their brands. K nt Miles i.a.s r. t--i -.i word iniiii his suc cessor, Agent Dyer, who writs iM,t be vU fry to lnnl- liis new field o; lnimra lh im, visit soon, to l,,(.k n r ih -round a;,d to he come acquainted. Several arlisle pupils arc expected back this Week. Among thrin are T. -jl.i Jones, Cheyenne girl, and Nor Williamson, Arnpn hop girl Kit t It- H ii- may po-ihiy come wilt them These (hihlrrii are returned on account of sickness. IHRZNTIDS.. A 1.1 X. li.A-iKH. Win. aialaloy, superintendent of the Chey enne and Arapahoe (uttlc Co.,...

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 February 1884

ewnreannanrminiMB ramncwxnran EMIJPJfUM HE CHEYENHE TRflNSPORTEH. (INDIAN AND STOOIC JOUltNAL.) Oko. W. Mavfkt, Editor & Trout. Lafij Mkhiiitt, Local Editor. fjubscrlptlon, $1 per Year in Advance. tteyenne & A'TpaiioFAgeiicy, Darliniilon, Indian Ter. KIGHKS AND IOVJSKTV. Somo .Striking Contnmt.H In Now Yorlc- MiittcriiiKH or UiMtiiiployofl Wnrlunj;- nu VuiidorlUlt'M IMafMlllcont Ttiriiouin. Correspondence l'lillnlelphl;i 1'rt'hb. f. havo frequently rung tho changes upon tho assertion that in thin city tho rich nro growing nchor and tho poor are .growing pooror. Tho rioh wax in solont, the poor aro sullen. To-day it is a question how far sullonness will permit insolence to go. I'rooisoly when tho answer will ooino, I can not dotor tormino, but you may bo very curtain that tho Lime" is not "far distant when ono or tho othor of thow widoly separ ated olassos must givo way absolutoly to tho donnnation of tho othor. I Haw a suporb piuHiro this uffcornoon. Wo were out sloshing. Wo...

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 February 1884

n Groat Heavens! I only I illl1 tifteon: and. hn- 7 7 -"- monoy for punching down a lot of ivory jiggers, ho retired to tho comfortable seclusion of tho nearest livory-slablo, and failed to show up at all. Tho hour woht by, and ton o'clock was markodbytho sonorous metal in tho bolfry towor. Fifteen minutes marked itself slowly oO'on tho organist's watch, and stiil no blowor boy. Then came uneasiness, a gathering congrega tion, a pulpit occupant, and still "no boy. The organist bogan to move around. Ho sent a noto by the sexton to tho brand-now chairman of tho brand new music committee (who was just at that time hugging himself in happy an ticipation of something glorious in re turn for his hard work and good judg ment), and that gontloman soon ap peared, accompanied by tho soxton. Thoy oonforrod together, and thon tho sexton was hurried to tho pulpit to ex plain tho delay. When ho roturned ho found himself elected to tho labor. His eyes bulgod out in dismay. 'What! mo! mo blow?" "Wh...

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 February 1884

e wi itiMitrirsrarxxssiiStMsaiFCiaxmMmsc'Asart ZT&3mcrmvH&r!TrtmTMKwmuixKmaiUumG yiMBMMnMMMMMMMWiMlMMMMB4MHMMMM PI. 'KEY 1JIUJS. Cantonment Ind. Ty Ituuc.h North and oiith Canadian riv. era. Cuttle branded w ltli dJiino brand on either side, or hip & SOUU 'i ' 1 ifloH. Horse brand TL oa left hip or oHoulUcr, dean bros!,' "" DBoedern of Thorough-Brod and Graded Shorl-Horn Cattle. at.'k xA8 crrr, COWX.KY cotrxrv, kai. IGrO TO ri?".- iTrtf sWflL infest- KAJt MAHK.-Croptho right; riidov half ( rj tlic lrlt, or re crw., Horse br.md 1 on left shouldor- Envo, Otter Crook, Ind. Tor, IX, jj pjr t ' sSS suwii. lajagapa (iorge IVnt, . i v -.; 6 &; I ) ; i i'l i 1 1 gton , I T Al.- ADA. -Vy". D5 rt lV . Powder Fnc, Darlington, inil. Tor. John I'oisal, A1m .IP eject ed and T on left hip fc ride. Ve in brand cod neeted JP left shoulder. Dar lington, I. T. Anything you may need, and if it is in tlia ordinary lino it will D3 Promptly Furnished You At Lowest Possible Rates, Anything ...

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 March 1884

7 L "RTF! Geo. W. MArrirr, ICdltnv & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUltNAL.) La i'K Mkkkipt, Local lCtlltov. Vol. 5. Ch & Arapahoe Agency, Icirliiiglon, t. T., Mar. J tt, 18S -. cycimo No. xrr. 7VTWATtR?S? lV I . I, L W8ratJ- 'LIU'J!. U .1 J M l't ijjjijjujjui.':iJ.'LjiAwuicaaa..ua(JMiu rmvumfcoaum. w, luJJ,JClJ5:ilil-JcTJJLJKJnJ::lilJSMtq?l TRANSPO W. 13. IIKLM, t Hunnowell, Kans. Range so of ilunne- well. Homo Willi on left shoulder. Alan some rattle branded with drawing knife on both shoul ders. Horse brand like this on right tiiiKh W. C. NEWTON, toWftfiSftS?"1" naUon-I,,d,an Terry- N EEN FOX H T II OIL EB McLELLAN CATTLE CO. 1 P boras CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. R. p. Collins, In charge Rungc Clioyenno & Ar apahoe reservation, T.T. Cattle branded like this anywhere on right side. All calve? branded name with V on loft Jaw. Tost fiieo address Darlington Indian Ter. Merit brand. MffoiniMH Jk iir.wiN- ." W 'CV1EWJ&?-Va VJhy tuffiK&3flRNi rca VMI4 UK fcfaigt...

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 March 1884

THE CHEVEHNE UUHER, In tha only Papor publishod within radiiLS of a liundrod miloi. Saftscription, $1.00PerTear, in AdyancG. Brand Advirtiiftmenti $5 Pir Year. C37Ratos for Display Advortlaemonta made known on application. KANSAS 1.1 VK STOUK. Tlio Growth ol KiiiiHi&rt According: to Hor StittlHtloitl Atjent FlattnrliiK Condition of tho Staple Crops. Mr. J. M. McFnrland, statistical agent for tho Btuto of Kansas, has jusL completed tho following report, which ho sou els to tho ngrioultuial depart ment at Washington. It gives the on tiro amount of stock hi Kansas, by countOH, up to January 1, 1881: lion. (Jporjio II Lorltip, Comui'Hsloncr of Acrltult tire. WunhliiKlon, D.O.: Siu During tho year just past thoro hns boon a larger incroa-o in tho nuiu bors of farm animals in Kansas than in any previous yoar. Tho adapta bility of our soil and climato to tho suc ccss'lul prosecution of wiook raising has boon a well understood fact for tho .ptifit ton yoars, and tho industry has always ...

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 March 1884

f I'"" yoursolf to thorn. Thoy aro Conjugal ity, Corabativonoss, Solf-Estconi and Firinuoss." "Certainly, sir, as you desire," an swered J. Octavius W., and oncomoro lifted up his voice. "Your bump of conjugality is exceedingly well devel oped, aud shows that you aro admir ably iittod to bo a family man, If I may mako so bold, sir, I should say you aro devotodly fond of your wife." "I haven't ono," put iu Griggs. Then you would bo if you had," ex plained the professor, to his patient's groat content. "Your bump of com bativencss, also, is quite prominent, and tells mo you would novor submit to what you thought was wrong without making a hard light for it." "Very good," said Griggs; "go on, pray." "Your bump of self-esteem is not so strongly marked, showing that you have a fair amount of that quality, but not suilicient to permit it to dogenerato into vanity." "Quito right; and now as to tho firm ness p" "Your bump of firmness, sir, is as fully developed as your conjugality, in dicat...

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 March 1884

itwircnBmgajusBra IHE CUE TBUSFOKTEH. Subscription, $1 Por Year, in Advance. Ckeyanne and Annmboe Agency, darlinoton, ihd. ter. kas Land and cattle mm- SFTrrr !S!i?!!!i Chickasaw Stock Association Brands. Z3TA reward ol $50 00 Is offered for Infotma tlun lending to the recovery or stock Hiolon from members of Litis Association and onptuio o the thieves. ,, EMMET MoOOY, I MARTIN COLBERT, bee. and Trpa I PtesUtbiit. AddroS-4. ElUN Sl'IUNOS, Ind. Tkii. MARTIN COLBERT, P 0 Krln Spring. I T n v? ol Erin Spring. Hanoi) 7 nis tele Cliier and Cimarron Rmrs. V o. KIotta K JcKaiiftMCU? Mo. W0) Brands on eirVcr hip. side or both, In town as the Tft brand, oid m 'k, shallow foik lu right ; now add under lilt m left. ADDITIONAL UltANDS. ma Both sides. Hark, crop au4 under bit In b&s both. Uon& brand aamo ns cattlo, on rlr.ht hip. E. K. WILSON, Manager. GEORGE REYNOLDS. (colored) IToihp (J H lert ohouMer. Hunch on Hlttpr ceek. Po.oIIlco Si'ver city. ledum Tory lloivos branded on left thig...

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 March 1884

fimi C.l-o. W. "RIaiti.t, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN N! STOCK JOURNAL.) IiAi-'K MKUuirr, Local 1'Mltor. Vol. 5. ('hoyonnr oc Arapahoe Aonoy, J ai"liiilon, I. T., Mai'. ;28, 188 I- No- XII, wmmmiuhjujiu a iiaiawrawMw m'lujHaijmiiuimuumji miiyimii.i.umw.jHugti rwirtHit'uiWLijjjMuittiLjii.iiifauAEaJAJUJiJijiiijiBJUj.tJiiiguii;Mar ranwireavm iituaramBra.vmTiiroiaro'MCT I t m Ti i 1 1 n l -1j"'- -vj "" ' "- "Kg ' ' W ""3 ''-' "- ""Y4 ' 'ttf 'K M. L- Ao a2 JH.,. . El u 4k l L. M , fla ..ra k JOHN DOHSOX & BRO.,, agwtoal imam hqubs i CALDWELL, KANSAS. Wo koop the nest Quality of grain, feail, elc. and llur oi the best brands. J. A. COVINGTON Forwarding Agent, CALDWELJ, KANSAS. Spclal attention to the tilling of orders and for warding the same to all points In the Territory As ny sole attention is now devoted to this busi ness It enables me to attend to the same on short notice and without delay. I. II. BONSALL, U. S. Commissioner AXD NOTARY TUBLIC, Oflicc Cor. Summit St. & Central...

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 March 1884

It" if l W 5 m .-'i 13 f w f ?iyrytAi;c.ciiaatsB THE IMHE TRAHSPORTER, Subscription, $1 Per Yonr, in Advanoa. Clioyenue and Arapanoe Awbcl DARLINGTON, INI). TF.R. MAhCH 13, 1881. Kntcrod at tlio PosloHico at Darlington, as ipcoiwl c.nnn mat lor. ttatun vi wuijjHUMiMlBicr-aaiaTgMCPtiTiCTs ttsn vMZtm-mvixmmam-Ki '' MJmmi jmnmrnurwryvf j-mwrn rtvrftneiMirjsmMVTTM'.K' trtCTggMgpwjtf '-11-1 i rwrvTVVK vffifMirBnrK ft Strayed. In November last: one dRrk brown mule, white face nucl a few while ipots on it. Branded E slightly lame in foreleg at that time. A suitable reward will bo paid for in return to Neul W. Evans & Co., Ifoitlteno, Indlnn Territory. '3?oret and Stream." J)o you own a g m, or a flsh polo, or bird dog, or rlile? liver go angling or shooting, or ti nmplng, or oamplng, oroMnoelng, or vacating? Have you a laslo Tor studying tlio hnblis of wild birds and anlmnls? Do you know that for ton je.irs vc have been publishing a bright weekly paper devoted to tUesrt subjects? It wi...

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 March 1884

ni ore, IDE CHEYENNE TRANSFOHTER. . ! ! Subscription, $1 Per Yoar, in Advance. I 1 II ..LI inny-BU and Arapafcos awml DARUKOTCff, no. TB. MARCH 13, 1884. Filtered at the Postofiloo at Darlington', as second clues matter. Some more now brands in our herd this Issue. "Our iioys." . This highly pleasie eomedy was given Inst Wednesday eve ing at the Fort Iteno Hospital by the ladies ami gentli man ortho tiarriion, in a manner ery creditable to all who took part Without tin? material or workmen to bo obtained in cities, the play was mounted in a manner that was a surprise to everyone present, and reflected great credit on the managers. Every available spot in the room was occupied, and the applauso Miat greeted the performers was frequent and hearty. Ucuinl Dr. base, as "l'crkyn Middlcwlck," lookid and acted bin part to perfection, and hinfu-ry appearance on the stage was the .-ixnal lor a broad 8inile. Mr. s. Id. ( usper, as J no. Is Baled is ntlending the stoekmen's ""Jlrl.euffiey Uivu...

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 March 1884

i THE OREHE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND flTOOK JOUKNAL.) Geo! W. Maffkt, Editor & l'ropr. Lafk Mehmtt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. Bieyenne & A' apahne Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. CURRENT TOPICS. Next to diamonds rubios aro hardest, to out. P. T. Baknum says ho will novor loc turo ngain. Arizona will soon bo wholly under Mormon control. An Iowa man drank threo quarts oidor in threo minutes. of Tub census of Boston more women than men. shows 18,000 A man in Austria has been arrostod for killing four diffbront cooks. Boston will try to got money for a monument to Wendell Phillips. True govern mont onvolopo factory at Hartford uses a ton of gum arabic a weok. A Lawkknge man said he rode over Boston for twouty-livo cents horotic, moaning a hordic. all in a The king of Siam wants twenty or thirty American ( Ulcers to reorganize and take command of hU army. An oxpodition to the south polo would cost $1,000,000, but it would probably bo made in 1885 by Baro...

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 March 1884

CANE GROWERS IN COUNCIL. In- IntorcfttlnK 8tftl8tlcn of tho Burar dUHtry In tho Wont. Topoka spocial to tho Kansas City Tiinos, B)b. 13: Tho Kansas Sugar Manufacturing and Cano Growing as sociation commoncod its third annual session horo this afternoon. Among tho visitors present from abroad woro Professor H. W. Wiley, chief chemist of the agricultural department at Wash ington, D. C; A. J. Deekor, president of tho Wisconsin association; Henry Stud nicker of Now Orleans, J. N. Wil son of Washington, la., and D. Smouso of ML Pleasant, la. Tho attendance from difforont points of this state Is doublo that of any formor year, which shows that the industry is rapidly in creasing. Tho afternoon session only lasted a fow moments aud was devoted to talk, tho appointments of commit tees on resolutions, legislation' and publication of tho proceedings. This ovoning Professor Wiloy loctured be fore a good audionco in tho sonato chamber on tho sugar cano and how to manufacture it. SECOND DAY. Th...

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 March 1884

B :& j4tmtiyww,iii m mmmmmkiiMmmmmmmmmmmimMmKmm iMi ii wii rm 'in riTTittiBriTirr svwtejfrj3iywiiaaRMg I DI0KI2Y BROS. DEAN BEOS., . D cders of Thorouph-Brod and Graded Short-Horn Cattle. ARKANSAS Cm, CO4VLi;r COUNT V, KA8. r mtoninpnt Ind. Ty O0 TO :mumi -Nun nana .-Muitli caiuitlian riv. era. Catllo branded with saiiKj brand on either side or hip & aoino on both sidos. Ilorso brand TL on loft hip or ahouldor, C...J1 f ' JBC -. P?ar-f wlBL n ..in -IpP' WWf-k. " jK.Ark"3) 7 mwwsmVJ$W3E .s? aK&z iRj "v !Ew' W.? T9lr7Kjr(AuT?!fi!jiQfL l EAR MARKS Crop the right", ruder half Crop the hit, or reerso. Ilorso Ijraiul D on loll shoiddcr- Bano, OLtov Creole, Ind. Tor, - -. . . m4? Jt -r!r" lAj-fi '?w v TfiZ!!7l7-fleffP6k"k .illMHy W w' -' A wfD m - w--- - -" George Ben I, Darlington, I T Also ADA. Powder Face, Darlington, Ind. Tor. v xs .fcM?frft5.l . - t rr r j-j nwM rwiu mf mdawai&av a . Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary line it will be Promptly Furnished...

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 March 1884

7f -r"-t IS ' Gko. W. Maffkt, Editor & Pi'opr. (INDIAN AND STOOIC JOUKNAIv.) Lafi: Mhuiutt. Local ItJditot. Vol. 5. dioyoime & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, I. T., Mar. 8, 1884. No- XIII, liUUU Ahw whwww -JUJU TRANSPORTER. uilJOi I Jnj 1 IN 111 I W. B. HELM, ASD1 m v5 ?3Kr!5 bllunnewell. Kans. jj Range s o of llunne- :'A "-" OUIHU Willi Alsflsome cnltlf branded with diawlng kiilfe on both shoul ders. IIor.se brand llo UiIm on rlKht tlileh mmm KlL Wj8 raw W. C. NEWTON, RuncMiltt'r!;"1.'?1"1811" nUl,0n' Ind'llU Tcrry' CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. It. P. Collins, In charge. v -'Ran)jG 'Cheyenne & Ar- (Sf33"w3trC "Piihoo reservation, 1. r. Sw3SS&( Cattlo branded like this m$j2tA)m.$ ... ..... t iV!Sffi' A unywhero on right side. Jsk xs Iff Al1 CllveJi branded .same '-iSWeSSra2Sbvs- ... ... wiui v on leu jaw. Postofilco address, Darlington Indian Tor. Horse" brand. 01 HER JJ UMVi . N EEN FOX HTH Oil, EB McLELLAN CATTLE CO. HE WINS, TITUS & WILSON, Post-ofllce a...

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 March 1884

THE CHEYEHME TRAHSPORTER la tho only Paper published within a radius of a hundred miloi, Suteiiitioii, $1.00 Per Tear, In Aiyance, Brand Adyertiiimenti (5 Pir Year. KfT-Rntoa for Display Advortlsomonta mndoknown on npplicntlon. DOMESTIC HINTS. ArrLK Vvvv. Take six orscvtMi fine, juicy apples, one cup lino broad crumbs, four eggs, one cup sugar, two tablc spoonfuls buttor, nutmeg and a little grated lemon peel. Pare, core and slice the apples, and stew in a covered double saucepan, without a drop of water, until they are tender. Mash to a smooth pulp, and, while hot, stir in the butter and sugar. Let it get quite cold, and whip in first the yolks of the eggs, then the whites beaten very stiffalternately with the bread crumbs. Flavor, beat quickly three minutes, un til all the ingredients are reduced to a creamy batter, and bake in a buttered dish in a moderate oven. Jt will take about an hour to cook properly. Keep covered until ten minutes before you take it out. This will retain th...

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 March 1884

il i, WHERE IS HAPPINESS? treud Is it in stately hulls where Ire Tho dniiitv Blinnerctl feH. Or, whore the royal feast is spread Where jmtnpered courtiers meet? xr 41. ..i it i iiui LiiL'ii, nut iiiure.i Is it ill filtthimi's irnv dntnnin Where Mattered belle and hciu 1'resent to view a gorgeous train Of elepmee and show? Not there, not there. Is it where sparkling wines are poured And drank in mirthful toast Uy those who irather 'round the board Their wit and deeds to toast? Not there, not there. Oh ! is it then in gilded ehureh Whose steeples pierce the skies, ' Where polished pastors make research For all that's grand and wise? Not there, not there. Oh I tell me then, thou aged one, Whose footsteps on the sands, Point toward that shore, where all alone, Tho in yst ie boatman stands, Is it there, is it there? Clo, search the heart, whose greatest aim Is pure andjust to all, Who trusts in (lot! and works for man Though good or ill befall, 'Tis there, 'tis there. Mm. JST. A. Jfonfor...

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 March 1884

i -1T $ ' f A . gHKBgjiuirATayiBi?sagJKyrm,fflrM THE CHIME TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. ChDyanne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TER, ' k&s Land and mttls imm-ssJ,. anil Cimarron Biv jrs.f K(W AcKwiSMl'lty Mo. ' m. t1 "tlilBftr Eagle Chief fiSiliv J' O. Kioirft i&g43S Brands on clfVsr hip, sldo or both , known as tho Tfi brand. Old mult, aw allow foik In right ; now add under bit in loft. ADDITIONAL Kit AMDS. era Both cldos. Hark, crop and mtder bit In aEb both. flora o brand iinmo as cattle, on right hip. E. K. WILSON, Manner. GEORGE REYNOLD., (colored) Horse G R lert shoulder. Rimcli on Bltlor cieok. Postoflleo Si'ver City. Indian Tory Chickasaw Block Association Brands. nA reward of $50.00 13 offered for Informa tion leading to tho rooovery of stock stolon from members of this Association and capture of the thieves. EMMET McOOY, I BIABTIN COLBERT, Sec. and Troag. Piosldent. Address. Ehin Spkino, Ind. Tkh. MARTIN COLBERT, P 0 Erin Spring, I T R...

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 March 1884

SI tfrzx&mmsvemBti mirinHuin.iij.iunfYriiiwi IIMIIMIIWllltMlltWIIIIWIIilijIiBlwawwilyilllllWlliWHJWWIWiijUMmHIIWJIWIUH' I II" 'I I'WHIIIUH ! KM iii-:u)jrnTi:n- mit RANCH and OTHER SUPPLIES ! rfT konp constantly on liaiul a veiy 1are sup ply or ovorjtiihiK needed on to ranch, trail or In lainlllw, which will ho sold as cheap as the cheap est. A pall oi mostly solicited bercro nmktr.K lmr-cluwpselsewli-ic. J'RINK L. KRKI), M.T.JOHNSON Joel B. Gentry 5c Co., J dealer la GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Silver City, Chick, Nation, lad, for,. Indian Ti.uler. Anadaiko. I.T. 11. 11. ( VMJ'BKLI,. C W. I'ancer, manager. D.iillnlopt I. T. T7S9I Va & ftyiM (MSgjjH ' Hi COLLIN BLTLER, n ii-MnKlon, Indian Ty. US on both sides. GEO, W. MFFKl rosto.'lico address, Darlington, Indian Territory. L.JgK . -f'T'fri P. A. SMITH, Managor, TRAIL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY ! JSKSTWc Ueop a full fctook of Clothing Groceries, Dry Good?, tinware, etc, etc In fact anything needed by the cowboy. J ranch and store located ...

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 March 1884

CHEYENNE TR AN SPOETER. THE Sul Chcyen (Iko. W. MAiTFr, ICdltor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .fOUHNAL.) Lafh Mihdarr, -Local Editor. Vol. r. C'hoyonno & Arapjilioe Agency, Darlington, 1. T., Mar. 8, 1.S.S4-. No- XTIL, Ho) S 4 4 IS . 4, ' ,-' Bi. i to ! . JOHN POISKON & Jilto., AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MSB! CALDWHLL, KANSAS. Wo keep the bust nuallly or gram, rood, otc. and II ur oi the host brands. J. A. COVINGTON, Forwarding Agent, (JALDWKIL, KANSAS. Spclal attention to tho Idling or orcior and Tor warding the salne to all. points Jn tho Territory. Afl my solo attention Is now devoted to this busi ness It enables lno to attend to tho same on short notice and without delay. I. II. UOXfcALL, U. S. Commissioner aKd notary public, Olllcc Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave., ARKANSAS ITY, KANSAS. Bank of. Kan. City, Southwest comer Fifth and Doleware Sts. KANSAS (MTV, MO. Cnsli Capitol, - $000,000. Surplus, siao.ooo. W. S. Gregory, l.V. Byors, F. K. Tiiornton, J. V. L. Slavens, Wi...

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