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

(A w..4jrriTWIMTTiiiJWCrT a&-i M-qiliHUtf5rtMfcWc w THE CHEYENNE TMttPOHM ! f Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, i -- .Cheyenne and Arapahoe Aeency, DARLIMQTON, M TER. Tho Visiting Cattlemen. MARCH 8, 1881. Entered ul llio PoBtoflleo nt Darlington, as second class matter. A brother orir.'ll. Bull arrived from the north on Saturday, and is visiting al silver City. Sergeant Williams and Maria Uremic were uinrried lastovoningat tho Mcmionitc mis sion by Hev. Votli. Tho friends of Mis I isuso Cade ftt Ibis place will ho pleased to learn that she is to remain at tho chcyojino school. Ym. COlley, A hoi der for tho flying V outfit, in charge of Wm Coffee, died with pneumonia at camp yesterday, i he 27th. Thomas Ingram, another one of the boys, is also very sick at the same camp. A large box of iresh garden seeds just re ccivod from tho maunnotli establishment of V. I. Ferry A Co., of Detroit, Mich., for sale at T Connell's. Call early and make your selections. A belter nuturod, soc...

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 March 1884

i i THE CHEYEHHE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND flToOK JOUItNAb.) t)uo. W. MAvriST, Editor &l'rowi. IiAKi: Mbiiuitt, Local Editor. r'ubBcriptlon, $1 per Yenr hi Advance. imeyenne k A apaiioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. mmm i !! imi ill CURRENT TOPICS. Mus. Thumb 1h worth $100,000. Mils. Gladstone litis suddenly taken to rich clothes. Tiik are only 070 members of lliu London fire department. Kouu-kiktiis of thu London mer chants live twenty miles away. Mil. Samukl Mackkv, of Now South Wales, has ft farm of .0,000,000 acres. TiiXAS has shipped and sold out of tho state -1,707,1)7(5 hoad of stock since 18GG. A I'AitieoT in a Fulton street, New York, restaurant screams: "Don't lip the waiters.11 A KATMKii-iN-LAW in New York, after thrashing his son-in-law, has been congratulated by a magistrate. A i.adv in Willimantio, Conn., dodged the measles for eighty-four years, but was caught last week. It turns out that El Mahdi is not an Arab by birth, and that in color he is almost black, ins...

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 March 1884

)g3 4 I Female Dentists. As ;i Milwaukee bound (ruin was leav ing Chicago the other day, a man took a seat in the smooking ear, and if a person was to judge from the expres sion on his faee, lie would have eome to the conclusion that the man had gone into a decline. His mouth wi? drawn down at' the corners, his hair was all over his eyes, and a large scratch extended from the left side 7f his upper lip clear to the bridge of his nose. Every one in the ear looked upon him with pity and one man made bold to inquire if he could not do some thing for him, but with a cold, unfeel ing laugh, he motioned the gentleman off, and said "that he wanted to die in peace." Presently the conductor came through, and the man handed him an annual pass, the conductor recognized him and said: "Why. hello! Jim, you .are looking tough. What seems to be wrong, anyone dead?" The man fixed his bloodshot eyes upon the conductor, and after heaving a sigh that would have caused an air-brake to blush, said: "No,...

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 March 1884

vnjaiSjutvuhUMi lunmiwtmit rmm 1 ." - Cat.. )uak DICKEY BROS. Cantonmontlml. Ty Ranch North aud South Canadirtu rlv. DEAN BUGS., 23c odors of Thorough-Bred and Gradod Short-Horn Cattle. AiiKs"A(ni, nnii.i (oiniv, kas. iGO TO: ors. Cattle uranaeft with sumo brand on olthor sido or hip & boino on both sides. Ilorso bnnid TL on left hip or shoulder, r r Ci"T' i ii ii i irfi -?Trwtf'iC!Z-Mfi8P fil &&S&Z&xzz EAR MAltlC-t.-CropUw right; Indcr li-in Crop (ho loll, orreoisi'. Ilorso brand J) on loll hIiouUU r- Iiange, Ottor Creek, Ind. Tor, McKKNNEY.'OVER & CO Cnmp Supply, I. T. cattle ratiKO on Bojivor creek. c uttle 'branded on botli -Ides mid jaws. Eami'l. -nllt tight and grub left Horses bianded on left hip lcieaseof hord bar tiom en jaw to point of shout Icr. K zztfoirxzz Vw ' ' ' ' ' - ! W I i I II I I , M SmC------. 1 'imMt tMi (Icorgc Bout, rajs? Darlington, 1 T rfcffi -ifEQatnacTAi m m vz.ww'& rvv RSHhHw $! TpF Also ADA. &fe Powder VliP&f?, Darli...

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 April 1884

!f ? IUKIjjK e Gi:o. W. Maitkt. Editor & Provir. (INM)IAN ANO STOCK JOim.V.U,.) JiAi-'is Muuiutt, Local 13ditor. TRANS Vol. r. CliHyoiiuo & Arapuhoo Agency, Darlington, Indian Ty.5 April 18, 1SH-J wiwwifww m w iwnmuinijimnLBBLJ wuhjuj IJIllHlllMWIl.EMJlilH ,11 ,.IH,l,WWI13W8BMggg-Jim.JMi-1 MUJim lUawm'-jLKIllUIUlU XJlJlll.Jk'. .UU1J.II. J, "i b wunri'T No. M, rs.TwaKsaamiiMi'juaai.x.KJKiMmxit h h uwiwm'tintfva rruwrnwra sm- ht J re j. VB; SBT;8BBjBBKBV'jLVint3 itmttmtt r i lf it MOttlSSTB n i f iia&8a2Sg& W. B. IIKLM, L...3 Hunnewoll, Knns. fe$& ItniiK c of Hun ill. ;Soine with 'Mi leii .shoulder. AISnoOUH1 CfittlO branded with diawlng nlfe on both shoul ders. Horre brand llko this nn right Ihlch W. C. NEWTON, jSSTllSS1"" n,lU0,l Inrt:on Tcr SgJfy.i',r-??-l -inSF2?Lai ne- -. - jjff T" - i iSflWTV M ft . UH U,A t?&&WkJ& CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. R. P. Collins, In charge. Rango- Cheyoiuo A Ar apahoe rosorvatlon, I. T. C3ttlo branded' llko thi...

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 April 1884

THE OIEIBIE TRANSPORTER. Id the only Papor published within a radius of a hundred inilofi Sabscriplloii. $1.00 Per Year. In AflTance. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. ClrRntos for Display AdvortlsomonU made known on application. KIVK YKAUS OK KKUMKNT. An Kpilonie of Egyptian History Since 1 1179. For live years Egypt lms been hurrying l.o the present anomalous condition of allairs. The causes are partly finan cial, partly religious, and partly polit ical. The following table from The New York, Herald shows the chief events that have occurred dim no; this period in their chronological order: 1879. February '40 Dismissal of Nubar Wilson ministry. June 20 Deposition of Ismail. September '1 English and French controlers-goneral appointed. 1880. April 4 Appointment of commis sion of liquidation. 1881. February 1 -Military riot at Cairo, headed by Arabi. July The False Prophet raises the standard of revolt in the Soudan. September 9 Arabi demands execu tion of political programme. Septem...

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 April 1884

pMOKf Ifc W I fill sounds; the thief's Jittacks on the door ceased suddenly, unci the next in stant the Squire's hearty voice called out: "Let me in, Honor! What is wrong, child?" I did let him in, and his wife, and several alurmrd looking servants who followed after. We instantly began lo look for the thief, but mystery of mysteries lie had disappeared. That terrible man with the black hair and while lock over his forehead had vanished as though he had never been. Except for the marks he had made with his feet on the old oak door, there was not a trace of his existence. J believe the servants doubted tliat he had ever been, and only thought that the young lady who was foolish enough to sleep in the tapestry cham ber had been visited by a new form of ghost. Be that as it may, we never got a clew to where or how the man had vanished. Ten years later I was again on a visit at Aspen's Vale. This time I did not sleep in the tapestry room. I now occupied a most cheerful modern and unghos...

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 April 1884

IMMMMMMtMBMM tawy -yji jintfi immmst i n nu f iiawiiMMngu m trsrMrn7ia HIE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. GEO, W. MAFFET, Postofllc address, Darlington, Indian Territory. J OUT GRIFFTX, TEXAS. CALDWELL, KAS. DQDGE CITY, XAS.t. . & York Parker --- m.iEi RAPER Subscription, $1 Per Year, in .Advance. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TO iau.jnwJCTgCTCTfiitauwimn jih iw,umij' mnwn j,Kii'ftiJi-J.UJu1 MERCANTILE CO., Texas Land and C3TI have lost a blue roan horse, lour jears old, branded cross-In circle on left loin, split ears, and a small bay pacing pony tuieo years old, both CAULS CfiiOTv M fii72iS5i? horses In my brand 3S28Zt su.ffl. Eagle CliM and PC p 0. Kiown Kan E w w flrunds on elfSor hip. side or boti, known as tho Tfi brand. Old ni'.rk, owalloyy iiuk In right s now tddnder Ml In le.'t. APlTIONAii BRANDS. X, Doth oldes. Mark, crop and under bit la ,. both. Hon brand aamo as cattlo, on light hip. JS. -IS.- WLLSON, Manager. OyVi A & i A I'A IM Sgpr tftrCattlo jlngle H...

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 April 1884

I I I 1-4 w M m Sh I JaJLVi I ! J J i li LJ Gko. W. IWAiTirr, Kditor & I'ropr. (tNlMAX ANU STOCK JOURNAL.) lakjc Mkumtt. Looul iSdltor. "Vol. 5. Choyenno & Arapahoe Aironcy, 1 Arlington, Indian TyM April L'L lHH-L No. 1-k ma JOHN DOI'.SON i;k., AC-?vIQULTUF.AL 1T HOUSS! CALDWKLL, KANAH. Wo kfiop tho host nuRlUy of grain, fui. etc. unci 11 ur or thu best hrnmls. J. A. COVINGTON, Forwarding Agent, CAJDWKLL. KANSAS. Spelul attention to the tllllnK of orders and for warding t ho same lo alt points In the Territory . As my solo attention Is now devoted to thl busi ness it enables mo lo attend to the same on short notice and without deluy. -, i.i i i .in ii ii ! ii.i mM.i i.li i1l.ni T. T-L BON8ALL, U. S. Commissioner AND NOTAHY PUBLIC, Oilico Cor. Summit 9t. & Onlrul Ave. ARKANSAS ITY, KANSAS. COSAND&MOSSER. Photographers, OAXB WEIX, KAN. I. 1L BOXSALL, Photographer, Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave., ARKANSAS CITY, - - KAXS flAll ork Warranted; Bank of Kan. City, Southw...

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 April 1884

i i i Joel B, Gentry &s Co., M.T.JOHNSON, dealer In GENEKAL r:iMLBuijitJMiwiuMBwwBrgiwwwe"gwMBagawww E THE CUE TRAHSPORTER, Subscription, 51 Per Year, in Advance. Cheyenne and kimtoz Ay, DARLuroroir, ind, ter. APRIL I'J, 184. Kiiturori uttho rostomcoiitUnrlliitfton, ft Boooiid class matter. Shipper win do well by shipping their live stock lo Andy .1. Snider tV i "o., at Kmum City .stock Yard. Headqunrtors for Cattlemen. A Inrgo now stock of Htoinon'n cowboy hut, cowmen's loKfflns, spurs, saddles, etc., etc , ut T. Council's popular Headquarters for eat Momon. Stop -with mo vrlien at tho Agency. Strayed. On iflpb. 22U. ono bay. Imhirsee saddle homo, o years old, branded jp (connected) left shoulder, PS left hip nd underblt In each ear and ono hind foot white. Will py for Information leading to hH recover) or to anyono dollverlni; same to 1'oter Shield i.J)arlhiKion, Indian Ter Itory. ADD I7E Mt s,x ccnts fr Postage, and re I h LLi ' fre(' a costly box of Kootls which will help al...

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 April 1884

in .-i MJK?. HTfWrSRIWssHW wwr aMtiaii)awtMujiaJtuiwiiutwtiwiiJi "' www;itBii.wa.HiMiL3 tuw. ixtsKV2xm THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. i i i- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cfieyenneand Arapahoo hgmj, MKLIMTON, IND, TEH. APRIL 13, IR8'i. Entered nttho PostoflleoatDniiington, as Boconcl class mutter. Pornonal. Ul ,. UJtLLl MawE3Cvm!L-tBji-jLjma 'Uvmujg'n.ij..ivjMroi A Favowell. Hon. John I). Miles, for so many venra th popular nml cflicicnt Agent at ibis place, look his final departure from the Agency on Wed. nasday, the 2nd inst., after being relieved by Col. 'Daniel 1$. Dyer on tlie'lst inst. Agent Miles lias been in charge, of this Agency since 1872, during -which time ho successfully carri ed the airalrs of his agency through many emergencies, and gathered around him a corps of faithful employees who stood by him through many trying and dangerous ordeals while the Cheyennes and Arapahocs were dis posed to go upon the war-path. His honor able and ilrm treatment of the Indians ll...

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 April 1884

& HIE OIETBME TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND B't'OOIC. JOlMtN'AL.) Gao. W. Mapfkt, Kdlior&Vropi. Laims Mruhitt, Local Kdltor. KubFcrtptlon, $1 per Year In Advance. Cberenno & A apahoe Agency, DarilnRlon, Indian Ter. rOMB,TKA(MI Mi:. Come, touch mc the worth of flection, The love that will never jrrou cold. A hllss which will brighten life's pathway, More prccloUH than silver or gold. Then whisper of Jov In a cottaue A charm that, no lover would nilss And with your sweet face Hushed In nonuty, hint meet ine half way with a kiss. Come, tell me how long 1 mut linger, A-slghlng for Joy you can irlve, These vears you nave kept mie n-vltlng - It's hard out of sunshine to live. Then teach me the worth of atTcetlon, WhUe I am so eairer for hllss, A lid with your fair" face bright with blushes, Just meet me half way with a kiss. Come, teach me the art of true loving, And smile when I call you mv dear: My heart Is now throbbing with pleasure And tendcrlv drawing you near. While youth's ...

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 April 1884

MMtofcuTttt NOTES OF THE! DAY. Thirty United States army deserters find refuge in Canada. Strawberries sire selling at $1.25 a quart in Jacksonville, Fla. Schuylkill county, Pennsylvania, has sixcases of small-pox. A monument will soon be erected to Pocahontas at Jamestown, Va. Rochester, N. Y., will soon com mence to renumber her streets. Portland, Oregon, has 2WJ Chinese children attending her )ul)lic schools. A bill prohibiting the sale of toy pis tols has been passed by the Utah legis lature. Settlers in Pacific county, Wyoming, are going into the cranberry culture on a large scale. Tucson, Arizona, with a population of ten thousand persons, spends $2,000 daily for cigars. A Massachusetts woman issuing her mother-in-law for $23,000 damages for alleged slander. Nashville, Tenn.. is thinking of pro hibiting the presence of hacks on tlu streets on Sunday. A band of Zulus were among the congregation of the Buffalo Church of the Messiah last Sunday. Henry M. Smith has been appointed ...

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 April 1884

) ic37TgagtfiHAiii;it;ag MfcJH .ii mmn'iiiiMtijiiwf rtfttrrnAi ,fi1 . ....... H - I -! DICKEY BROS. CAJ,. DKAN BEAN BEOS., .Bcaevs of TJiorousli-Brecl and Graclocl Short-Hoiui Cattlo. "KANSAS (MTV, COWLKV COUtfTV, KA8. Cantonment rnd. Ty - !GO TO uiiiimi uiui una 'south Canadian viv. ors. Cattlo branded with same brand on cither side or hip & some on both sides, llorso brand TL on left hip or ahouldor, - oBsmemam (L tttJ& Kf i&jji.,?l u tf&?3j&Jh.'tt1W JIWgd'igl,fl E:VL'. ; ' A'w EAR MARKs.-( roptho right; Unci Crop tin left, or reverse. Hoixobrnnd J) on It-It Miouldor- Bango, Ottor Creole, Intl. Tor, mckenNhy, ovkr;& CO Camp supply, i.t. cattlo range on Heaver credit. ( attlo branded on both Ides and Jaws. Earm'k put light and rub loft. HoiFosbiatidcd on lott hip' I "Ci oaso-of herd bar from tt. law to point of slioul-tr. tmmim .--. uWtTT 7T t vm. :$mmm 1KM WBBm ft w dAmSWmk Ip ifagv Rent, OrRnejion, r T Also ADA. ''' " ' - III. !- ' ' ' I Ally thiug you may...

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 April 1884

3 f t.'KO. W. niAiTRT, Kdlior A Propr. (INDIA AND STOCK JOUlSJTAL.) Laihj allium it, haoal hklitor. Vol. 5. OTiovrrm' . 1 t )p 1')' An Mioy. T)ailin;ton, Indian Tor., Apr. '28, '1HH i No- 15, I'JflnMJM IJUlJUUSMiMII(lfllHiTaJlllUJnHMI iNi: .V VRAPAllOK AdENlY 11EUI). R. I'. I'oi.i.iN-, !n chirps. y i: ' ,'i Ui j Mine & Ar f-'f u i ' reset ration, I. T. 0 w. n UK I M, . .i, tp- llimnew,1. Knns. Hl iK e or Hutiiic- . y y R t-i th j Mine & Ar KF'SS' " AVsnwIme'pnltio jhJTi ismSt " '' n ' novation, I. T. SfeJIil k n'l r" ,eon brih1'' "ho!-! KT'Pi' ttiltle branded like tlih ' Wr u.'u' ,"0' bIta,",VJ lyW nn nl-1 on T'Rht Mde RJ5JI with V on loft j-iw. - - !!?? Po'l '" Cvi addres", Turlington Indian Tei . i,!S,!!1Cn,,?od' CL, cL:UMW nHo' Ind Torrv. J Hunch ori Ulttot creek. HH,,3"vw JlAMi K&fimA" 11LM.NS, TITLd V WlhSOX, ojiiiK- mm'-. fcJw IikUmii prltiRS, i T N EN FOX TT H OIL EB FTim!m holt sids maiK.1. parallel McLKLLAN BATTLE IO. feSIi!MilOi MM91'1' Otoe Aeno), 1. T., S. 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 April 1884

, i 'I 1 THE CHEYEHHE TBMBL (iXDIAX AXD SOCK OSfE.' U ) Quo. W. Mjirrrr, Editor & Prop. LA.ru Mxbbitt, LscaJ Editor. ."ottfcrSptkra, Jl per Yetr te Adrcaob. CkTii&t & k inter. jLgKr, iaittiifwu hrflai to- I at find ins: that Dc Brazza was not working Jo the interest of the Inter national association on the Congo.' "Can yon. throw auv light upon the mysterious esse of Kin Mnkoko, who zo&ms to bare broken altogether with Stealer?' "Doyou not think the character of the International association may cca.se Her Majesty's Purveyors. Joseph II.. f Austria, was ac rustomed to sav that 'royally washis trade;'1 but could tin reforming kaiser be in our midst at present, he might be lijrhtlv astonished to find that the roval arms of Kngland have acquired distinct Intra! status as a tradc-marh. (That august but somewhat occult body. THE CONGO. An Intertstitiz Inlerriew with Lieat. Xa&M- ri, Unjr8 :w Ally Work of tfee International A-iciatitoo. Mut. Mh?sari, ih Italian explor ...

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 April 1884

fd i i THJS LAND OF THE AZTECS. Our Mexican Neighbors nml Their Developing EesourccB. The prompt raliiicalion by the United States senate of the treaty with Mexico is causing a lively discussion here. The debate is not altogether one-sided. It takes the sharp form of a contro versy. The Mexican senate, which will meet about the time you get this letter into tvoe. will nrobablv confirm the ratification, because that senate is just now in the interest of the presi dent incumbent, Gonzales,' and the next president, Diaz, but it will not be passed nem. con. Jt is certain, in deed, that if it were not for the parti sans of the government the treaty would be rejected, not in obedience to the manufacturers who insist with a gasp of despair that the admission of so many American goods without pay ing duty will ruin them, but in obedi ence to the anti-American feeling that now prevails. There is one newspaper here that lives almost entirely on the jealousy of "the North Americans," on which ...

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 April 1884

-wvrmmiNMB THE CE TRANSPORTER. GEO, W. MAFFET, Postofllco address, Darlington, Indian Territory. 'OUT GRIFFIN, TEXAS. CALDWELL, KAS. DODGE CITY, KA5. .X - Vork Parker JJjraber, mercantile: go,. Ranch & Trail Supyiies.a Specialty.. A. W1TZLEBEN, Manager Caldwell, Ka's. -- Subscription, $1 Per Year, irr Advance. -- Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, hid. ter. Tens Land and tsTI have lost a blue roan horse, lour years old, branded cross-In circle on left thigh, split ears and a small bay pacing pony three years old, both " CATTLE With horses In my brand K II m m W ' s w vAhCW rl'"' I'rtu ' m, Bf jty . Jjyi jp Me Chief aiirciinarm-Riylrff gf P o. Kiowa Km. & Kansas City Mo. (M f3rnds on eler hip, sld or both, known as tb Tfi brand. Old mark, an allow fotti In right ; no adebunder bit In-left. ADDITIONAL. BRANDS. X. Both eldei. Mark, orop and uudar bit la , both. Horto brand aazna as cattle, on right hip,. 15. 'E. TVILSOK", Manager. VaVSaMaZAll ymms&sm i?iriM.-B'-Jlfc"...

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 April 1884

? JLt iSPt Ci:o. W. Maitip, I'M h or & Propr. ftN'UlAN M STOCK .IDI'KWL.) LACK Mmutirr, Local HilUor. Vol. r. Ohoyonno d Avapaliot Alcmh' I aidiim'ioru 1 nli:ui Ty., April H, 1SH-1-. No- 15, "f rctltBZBMCTn.wJU.WJUtJlrmU 1LUJ1J-LX mmi mu ju. j ju. ji uu. imumn'iniinmwwmiimiiBiiiiiu TrnfnirirT,' Tnr"-!-" nr h rm . r tt . r x i m -w !" -v n v. us t. . aaa . - . -ii. .. v - a. P F 1 I VN & t B U fv If ifl 1 Ik mAJNBrWlKK. joiix nunsox & mux, ASMMUL OffUKBIT HOUSE! We keep tiic l:ost quality of gr;un. feed etc mid flur ol the bust brands. . J. A. COVIXtiTON, Agent Bank of Kan. City5 gout Invest corim Kif.ii iiul T'o,are sts. KAaSAS ( nv, Mo. Cash Capital, - ti0),t)04). fiurplU',3 1:50,000. W. p. (ftegory. J. W. Pyew. Y. K. Tnofiton. J. V. h Ski vi i is, Win Holmes, .1.0. JtllUtS, fJeo. A. Kowler, .I.T, KlKltw. Uenry Hsioer, .I.S. LUlck, lrrmrd Donnelly, Forwarding pat nun,' r t ir a w a Sucliil attention to the niUnx of orders and To.- j. s Chlek. prenldmit. K. K.' Thornlon,...

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 April 1884

iniiiuiiiiinwiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiriirnrrrr7TTiiiiiiiwn THE GHETBUE TRAHSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. ' i. i i Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, INJ), TEH, M.T.JOHNSON, Joel B. Gentry &o Co., -dealer In GENERAL APRIL R, 188 , Kntered attho PobIoMoouI Darlington, us second class mutter. ' Shipper will do well by shipping their live stock to Andy ,J. Snider & i o., at, Kaunas City .Stock Yards. Hoadfiuartors for Cattlonion. A largo now stock of .Stetson's cewbov kats, cowmen's logins, spurs, saddles, etc., otc, ma T. Connell's popular Jloadquartors for cat. lleinun. Stop Willi me when at the Agency. Strayed On Feb. 22d, one bay. baldfaco saddle horso. 5 ft? l, branded ,,r (connected) left shoulder, & 'ott hip and underblt In each ear and ono hind foot white. Will pay for Information tending to ills recovery or to anyone delivering? same to Peter Shkah, Darlington, Indian Tor ltory. ADPI7H ri.oml 8,x ceMls for Poslngo, and rc nBZ.Llcu.1y, fr0(, u ...

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