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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

vw nHme&WHvjfrfyf&f rx ?w -Kn-ffttmopjifrvvb ?- - - " -i. ??!fyigy?ggywi.'i iwTOTm Itt CHEYENNE TIlMTffl, Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. - CUDytiJinoaiiilArapaiiofl Auciicy, IlAHLWttTON, INI), Till. J U I N ! . , . Entered nttlic Posloniec at Darlington, as nouond class inuHjyv ,.- 'W&BnManvn-irMMntv,-m.-... WADDING BELLS. Marriuso of Mr. Oeo. W. Mafltol and "SLlaa Lizzie C. Kablo. On Inst Thur&duy uvening, JnnoSflUi, occur, red tho marriage at flu; Cheyenne Mission of JWr. CJco. W. Mullet and Miss Lizzie C. ldiblu. JSarly in Urn evening carriage after curriage loaded with Agency people avcio seen wend ing their way to the Cheyenne school, Avhlch is beaul Ifull- located In ajaok-oak grove three miles north of the Agency, to witness the. event. The weather could not have, been more perfect for the occasion, nshowor of rain hnving fallen in the morning, which laid the dust ami lcfrcNhctl the air. The crowd having arrived, the ringing of the bell told that the t...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

HE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AKD STOOIC JOUltNAL.) Oko. W. Maffkt, Editor & Propi. Lapk Mkkhitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. Cheyenne & A'apatioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter CURRENT TOPICS. Tin; game of baseball is becoming very popular in Cuba. A Dklawakh farmer has plowed un der 40,000 herrings as a fertilizer. Sin William Gull, of England, late ly received a doctor's fee of $5,000. The wood pavement being put down in Paris is a United States patent. Citizens of St. Paul and Minneapolis are talking of building a grand boule vard, eight miles in length, between the two cities. In Berlin lately an organ grinder ac tually put a cartridge into his mouth and then set lire to it, thereby fright fully mutilating without killing himself. SLEErLESS men, says an English medical writer, are frequently suspect ed, insomnia as a durable disease be ing unknown to hardworkers in out-of-door life. A swa km of bees made their home in a stove in a school house...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

&4 fZ? mm PASSING EVENTS. The Kamtschatkans arc rapidly dy ing oil. Half-cent coins arc demanded by the socialists. Los Angeles, Cal., is to have a Span ish campaign paper. The New York dog pound lias be gun its summer's work. East Tennessee reports the best wheat crop for iifteen years. The Yaquis Indians are again on the war-path in Sonora, Mexico. An anti-dynamite convention will shortly be hold in New York. Crowds visit Bodloe's island daily to see the base of Bartholdi's statue. The John L. Sullivan base-ball club has been organized at Augusta, Ga. London is the only large city in the world that doesn't possess a univcrsi- Five candidates for congress arc an nounced in the First district of Missis sippi. The vapid young women of Gotham now alfoot colored linen collars and cull's. Two Boston Post reporters discovered two dangerous rocks in the harbor never before seen. Passenger elevators arc still rare in Europe. A few of the principal hotels in London have them. The mayor ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

TgMOIMirMlMWaiWMWIBBWMOU'WCM. rJ8MUWHJ3gB.TXWfn A.J. FITZPAT1UCK, Postonico address, Darlington, Indian Territory. CAL. DKAN DEAN BEOS., J3ooclcra of Thorough-Bred and Gradod Short-Horn Cattlo. Alt KANSAS GIT V, C0WLK1 COIMV, HAS. GO TO: f M ""V , , i l t ' '! ' HU I -! II . W ! ill a, ! ! I ... ! - .mmm Urn ! - -i - oriiKnimvNDs : Mfxeaxvm pvwf r! r -"'i EAR AIARICS.-Croptho right; Und Crop tho Ielt, or reverse. Jlorao brand I) on loll shoulder- KangOi Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, BLzrr TlWgfcfe J JWAnVa' T?V.WW H&M MeKENNEY, OVKK rt CO Camp .supply, I. T. cattlo range- on Beaver crook. cattlo branded on both .sides and J;ivh. ICiir in'k split right and grub left. Horses branded on loft hip Increase of herd bar Irom leltjaw to point of slioul-lor (leorgo Bonl, Darlington, I T Also ADA. Powder Face, Darlington, John Poisjil, Also J P OOliect- od ami T on left hip & sick. Po ny brand con n'ecled JP left shouklor. Dar- i linulon, I. T. A 4 38 RSKa!SS AisST ' A"U PW,Etf3; MfiE "lBBik...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

ri l"Jfr"::'"Tftt,st i-iSry 7t&r" 5 'P3 M"SS "& -sjstsiw acjxsnr XlEO. W. 2UAIVKT, Kclltor A Propr. (INDIAN AND BTOUK .JOURNAL.) Lafb aiKHunn', LOOIll IfiUtOf. Vol. r. ri hoyoimo & Arnjahoo Aioncy, DnrlinstoTi, Indian Tor.', July '21, 1HH I. No- 20. X U.I. liiiL jgaeairaw iamMKtXM i m ww i ii i wt wiwiihl, . .ifa wtntmamn ngreraMrangasr rtncnoi W. B. JT.LM, w?iiigL..yK Hun newel 1, Kans. Range sc ut llunne well. fonie with ,on loft shoulder. Also some cal tie Lvnnded with thawing knife nii Loth shoul :er. Horse brand like iMHOTi right thigh . ' C NEWTOK, Posjofbe?, Fi i. i btckasaw nation, (ml an Terrv. HHi'C'i on !?.!'( i c el'. A T 9 iAV . ftOv ttafeS8& fea& OlIJHt "!M : N EEN J OX HTir. Oil, U J3 KuwSTIa b&w7 i7FKnami (8a alWl ll&fS ITl Bvyl My SaSSi H2S KM MeLKLLAN CATTLE CO. CHEYENNE & AUAPA110E AGKNCY ILKKD. H. P. Collins, In charge. II .nge Ch?ycnne & Ar apahoe reservation, I. T. Cattle branded like this anywhere on right side. v ah caive n...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

IK CHEYEHHE TRANSPOSE Ii the only Paper published within a radius of a hundred iniles LAST JULY. SobSGiitfttoB. $1.00 For Temr. in AJlTance. i. Brand Advirtiiimentt 5 Pir Year. Sy-RateB for Dloplay Advertisement made known on application. CURRENT TOPICS. She's barely twenty, and her eyes Are very soft and very blue; Her lips seem made for sweet replies, Perhaps they're made for kisses, too; Her little teeth are white as pearl, Her nose aspires to the sky. She really is a charming girl. And I adored her last July. We danced and swam and bowled and walked; She let me squeeze her finger-tips, Entranced I listened when she talked, And trash seemed wisdom from her lips. I sent her roses till my purse Was drained, I found, completely dry; I longed to King her charms in verse But all of this was last Jul. Of course at last we had to part; I saw a tear-drop on her cheek ; I left her with an aching heart, And dreamt about her for a week. But out of sitfht is out of mind, And somehow, as the ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

2i Facts and Figures. Last week was a remarkable one in the history of the live-stock trade of Kansas City. There was a "boom" in the receipts of hogs sudden and un expected, but nevertheless agreeable. The following, which is oilicinl, shows the receipts of hogs on four days of last week and also on the correspond ing dates of 1883: 1833. June 10 2,009 June 11 1,0(51 June 12 0,141 1S4. 15,03'.) 15,S4a KM'.) 11,271 Total 4 days 14,718 57,142 The increased receipts for the four days of June of this year over the cor responding days of June of last year amounted to 42,424. Comparisons have been said to be odious, nevertheless The Indicator will compare the receipts of hogs at Kansas City and St. Louis on June 10, 11, 12 and 13, of this year, with the following result: Kansas Citv. Juno 10 15,050 June l L l j),o-io t) une iv........ .......... 14, iMj v line lo ...... 11, 1 St. Louis 4,700 S,000 S,400 0,700 Total 57,142 23,400 The receipts at Kansas City were 28,742 more than at St. Lo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

liS? . fimwrowu imwmiHi UJW'twwwSH.wrgaww- "" " DODCU3 C1TV, 1CAS, THE QIEIBIE TRftfiSPORTER, GEO, W. MAFFET, rostoftlce address, Darllnclon, Indian Territory. FORT GRIFFIN, TEXAS. CALDWELL, KA. "W :VW5?fi3 L X- ork Parker RAPER .,-. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -'- Cheyenne ami Arapanoe Agency, MHUN8T0H, INI), TER, riwtwiwiujijimjwiwiuwwiiiiiiiiiwiiiwiwcwCT,M'vntM Texas Land and MERCANTILE CO., , l r'M lmvo lost u blue roan horse, four )ears old, eipmgii ..... ---" 1 branded cross-In elrelo on left thigh, split ears and asinnll bay pacing pony three yonra old, both o'crrirarT ieee&s i cu-TnTsriT?, - WJJWGBafMivTa -" W.W' I brand 4 . k ,,m$sa Y JL dLJU&4iU. 3liaSfe'&' ai tier- 'Gszan 3 fc horses In my BkMililEI SI TVwrjmrKttm7?kZ?iXnf& WN yEagle CMef and Cimarron Rivers, fl PrliTG Ml ... ' 0 Kiowa Kai. & Kansas City Mo. aim tt ti!Sfj&U3ft JP JR JBMitdx on eirVr hip, nlito or both, known us tho TfS brand. Old maik, swallow fori: in right ; new add un...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

cP- & CHEYENNE TRAMORTER. Guo. W. Mapfet, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND 8TOGIC JOUUNAL.) IiAVK MKimrrr, .Local1 Editor. VoL 5. Cheyenne & ArapwJkoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Tei, JiAly '31, 1884 No. ZO. iaMMwwiWMiiijii4jirl'.Mviu;03jry:yi.gc iii:aim autku roil RANCH and OTHER SUPPLIES ! 52firl keep consttintly on hand a very lnrao sup ply of everything needed on tho ranch, trail or In families, which will be sold as cheap as the cheap est. A call earnestly solicited before making pur chases elsewhere. FRANK L. FRED, Indian Trader, Anadarko, l.T. Bank, of Kan. City, Southwest corner Fifth and Dole ware Sts, KANSAS CITY, MO. Cash Capital, - $00,000. Surplus, 8180,000. JOHN DOBSON & BRO., MUTOAL mSKSR M VA LDWELL, KANSAS. We keep the best quality of grain, ifeed, etc. and 11 ur of the best brands. J. A. COVINGTON, H rr7c rn i r rr A rrtr t CALDWELL, KANSAS. Spolal attention to the lining of orders and lor warding the same to all jpolnts In tho Territory. As my solo atten...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

u IWHIWMBII W II mm IlkWWWM HE CHEtQIE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Psr Year, in Advance. Cboyenne and Arapniicc Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TER, JULY "I lbB'(. KnliTod nitlio I'ostotllco jit Darlington. n ucoiiil elns nmttlir. "'SUPPLEMENT? M. T.JOHNSON, dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Joel B. Gentry & Co.. nwniin'tfmiuniimfmMi,IMMrame Strayed or Stolon. From my much, one black hor.se mule, M hands lihjh. six years otU. branded trm on lelt shoulder, reward or $20 will bo paid Uia on delivery of tlio wile to tin undersigned-and no questions asked. II. IIiiuskk, 17-2m FottUeno, I. T: Silver City, Chick. Nation, Ind. Tor P. A. SMITH, .Manager.. 'I Headquarters for Cattlemen. A largo nonstock ofStotaon'M cowboy hats, eowiiionV legglns, spurs, saddles, ete., etc., at T. Coiiiu'H'b popular Headquarters lor cat tleinen. Stop willi mo ivlion tit tlio Agcnoy. $ DDI7ET dond six cents for postage, and re- STi I iUlLi celv0 fr. " costly box of goods . on mi-ui wiIch wJU ieIi) ,iH) Qf ellhor s...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

& Tlir niirurmitn ,.. I i .J afc-c TEE diliE TMESFOBTER -. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. ' - Uuie sin! Arapahoe Agency, ittRLlx, m TEfi. JULY 4.i, isfaH, - I JSntorod sit Din l'otofltauni Partington. ft second cln&e matter. h ' W. s. Decker Is again bcluu IV cymfi Council's stun. Mr. Woy nndhisploiomnl lady, Mrs. W.,,-, nroto soon go east on u lit. Interpreter Clarke, of the Post, called ami left an order for Job pi Luting. Capt. Council wn- c(niflu"(l to IP , room ov oral day- last week irom sickness. C has. Lepra has 'a. en 'nM.-d to tlic corps Of clerks in Cut, Connelly u id!n'jhouo. Mrg.Dr. Dcltra has 50710 oust to sojourn during the V-tted u nn, and the Doctor ami In son Onirics arc i.ov lcn ilLnr- vemon Mllej, oneofihe.'cr'i.tlemanb ' .ks ni ITcmpbill 4 Wo's tradin" house, is f f On 11 month's ienvo of u0.1v.ucv, vLiitingbis hcino in tho cast. Green apples and ripe peaches have boon brought in from the Chickasaw nation. Tito Chlekaaaws arc always first to supp...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

i K p v ft m CHEYENNE TRAKSPORTER. (INDIAN AND BTOOIC JOURNAL.) Oko. V. MAKrjiT, Editor & l'ropr. Lakk Mbiuutt, Locl Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year In Advance. Ckevenn & A'apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. NOTES OF THE DAY. Sovornl Cincinnati cigar manufac turers have removed their fuctorios from the city, and others threaten to go. This action is on account of tho continued lockout. An entire shipment of English plate glass, consigned to a prominent im porter, valued at $20,000, is held in the New York custom-house for irreg ularities in invoicing. A Congregational convention at St. Albans, Vt., adopted a report depre ciating tho running of Sunday trains. A committee was appointed to present the reporf o tho legislature. President Barrios, of Guatemala, proposes to give the Mexican nationa library the original manuscript of Bor nal's 'Conquest of Mexico,1' which is now in the library of Guatemala. Tho historic island of St. Helena is reported to be in a very bad way...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

-0 iirst been deeply impressed with the dis.ippoint.mcnt of not seeing some i l,ing unusual in Mr. Arthur Jelleman. During the iirst day he had braced himself in a corner and choked down his wrath, but having failed to secure the corner the second day, lie could no longer keep the foot of his determina tion on the neck of his indignation. D"say, thar!" exclaimed Plummer, arising. "Well," the teacher replied "what is it?" 'Dinged ef I know whut it is. Name it .in' take it." The poet did not understand Mr. Plummer, and lie looked around as though he expected to iind an explana tion lying on the lloor. Not finding it, he turned to Plummer and said: "lam at a loss to .understand your meaning. "Oli, I ken make myself plain, cap'n cf that s whut vou want. ' "Well, that is exactly what I want.'1 Plummer approached, stopped near the teacher and said: "Afore you come here it was norated around that you was a poet. We all believed what we heard an' come ex pectin' to see somcthii)', but blame...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 July 1884

.,.,ri,,i cmm VH.iiaiiAlWwiftViftl fmllatoMr-ii)ttrrv.yj,vjtiCvtf,-rW' recnairaaMWMiaaracBgwS ..y M CAT.. DBAN DEAN.BKOS., E.itlora of Thorough-Bred and Graded Shovl-Horn Catllo. kansar m v, ccnvi.ifr covxi , 'vs. f l&STm "--. ill- v ' KR jIUK - Crop the light; Uml ( rop tin leii, or re ci'M1. llor o J va,1(j D on ,.'t shouldcr- Pjwapc, Otter Creole, Ind. Tor, sat. 2 J MoKENNEY, OVKR & CO ( amp .supply, I. T. caltlo ranKo on Bonvor crock. rattle branded on both dds and jaws. "Knr m'k m l't ilKht and cmb loft. Hvb(MbiaiHld on left hip increase or herd bur trom ft Jaw to point of shoul- George Bent, Drvl'nglon, I T AIfo ADA. A. J. FIT, PATRICK, Poslomco ncldrens, Darlington, Indian Territory, r "' A r rc&wSSP flEiii, 37..aMV?Z Anything you may ncocl, and if it is in the ordinary lino it will Vjq Promptly Furnished You At Lowest Possible' Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for Yon. ncabu L & ts IT3Hkv "B rcstana J raciirar2 taikirtcriill K...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 1 August 1884

i mi i -J cr- v Ui:o. w. Mai fkt, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUItNAL.) Lafb Miiiturrr, .Local Editor. Vol. r. Ohoyormo & Aiap.dioo Agoncy, Darlington, Indian Tei, Aug. 1, 188-1:- No- Uj iwivumin i,1 inimjimmun.iij.ini.-jn.miaa I.I.JUIII WMHUH JWUHBfBTWWI saw -' nwuu ii i imijU&iltammtm CHEYMNE TR AN SPORTE R. V-ltJWi iHBLvrvvijr iIi. SS fl Hit V. B. HELM, Tlunncwcll. Kans. ,& itango a o oi nunnc- T well. Hump with on Iclt shoulder. Also some cultlo minded with drawl tit; Knlfo on both shoui derj. Horse brand llkn this on right thigh ; W EtVl.Lrf . SiW8&$i5& W. C. NEWTON, lffi?nlu!?lcS?IB8,lW mU,0n' InU,on Terri mi 'fl WW w sMksg &&? &d OIIIl It inHMJi : NEENrOX HTH OIL EB McLELLAN CATTLE CO. m aKHttj'jfiCit 4 CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. It. P. CoLiiiN, In charge. Range Cheyenno & Ar npahoo reservation, r.T. Cattle branded like this anywhere on right sldo. All calves branded sumo with Von left jaw. Postofllce address, Darlingto...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 1 August 1884

IHE CHME TRANSPORTER. Ii the only Paper published within a radioa of a hundred milef. MMriptloii, $1,00 Per Tear, In Alliance, Brand Advirtiumenti $5 Pir Yiar. t3TRatea for Display Advertisement made known on application. AMERICAN COTTON. Will It Bo Overmatched by the British in the Heart of AfrlcnV South of the Sahara lies the Soudan. The Soudan, to most Americans, is but a phase designating a portion of Africa, almost unknown and of small account commercially or otherwise. Wo have thought of the region, when wo thought of it at all, as a barbarous land, inhabited, by fetish-worshiping and savage blacks. With a contempt uous smilo wo have dismissed all thoughts of the Soudan and its pro ducts over having any influence on the prosperity of America. That Moham medan empires exist within the Soudan; that hundreds of walled towns stand on the soil of the black Africa; that the land is fertile and teeming with slaves engaged in agriculture, is un known to most Americans. The Sou dan is ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 1 August 1884

4- 1 ft . 'H THE COUNTRY EDITOlt. I snw him nt his font As he eat upon his stool And ho smiled on the boys As we passed nlong to school, Grinning, winning, Happy with his typo and rule. He could clip, he could paste, He could write a leader line And set it up in Btylc While he cut a monkcyshine For the boys, Full of noise, Happy tying type with twine. He could run Sunday-schools, Standing hiuh upon a chair He wasn't tall enough Till he got up in the air Oil l'kc a gun, Bubbling with fun, Happy with the children there. I saw him as he grasped With his honest grip and kind, The hands of all the boys As they left new Holds to Hud. And his smile 1 8 the while Ever in their lives entwined. William Hosea JJallon, in Home Journal. A "SIIAKSPEAHE SHOW." How London Has Been Amusing Herself for Charity's Sake A Novel Affair. London has been having a "Shaks pcare show1' at Royal Albert hall for the benefit of a charity, of which The Daily News says: The sight was pretty and animated. The comel...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 1 August 1884

reawssc;, J ,:1najjgnf?j tijwaatfia 'it wmotMii mmwi!mMi'wmMmts uw ttWIIUIIi' Urn kH..ii WWJllJ!Uait tltttlWOWWH HIW.yHUOFO? THE CHEYENNE . - Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -- Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TEL iwwTt 'Mi-unjjmumui m iiiMiiimiii mini mmmm mtm Tenas Land and cattle romsfb.1,. fflygnXmsmdE MM JEaglecUBf and Cimarron Rivers.' w BrErii Bit J Q. Ktowii Kas dtKansaaClty Mo. ,(j,jj ffelf v- jj Brands on ciror hip, sldo or botli, known ns tho Tr brand Old mark, swallow folk In right : now ftddvuidor bltln left. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. Xv Both ildci. Mark, orop and under bit la , both. HorM.brand aamo aa cattle, on right hip. 3. SD. WILSON, Manager. X I' I 'fcaBMi mwL. Ill DCu-Cattlo Jlnglc - Hone brand rakflP"H MV if All Incroase stock under Mb w!ZtS .VH&HRmUZ&lJET, 7X, 7, HOO, bdHKI, O, 'IVV, 3-R, V ? floft shoulder, side ind'lilp. Ranee, on Washita river, au ROBERT lTort'Reno, Did. Ter. Son" cattlo branded wlthv cross on either 5awv Itanyo on Sou...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 1 August 1884

-2 . ! .i sSvrttiV?.iVtS!W; H l&fteirwaacsS9rnisr 7 let iiieie transporter: hi ,-,. i, i Subscription, $1 Por Year, inAdvailoe. . -- ' CUcyeiiue anil Arapaboe Agency, darlirqtm to. wr. CO I, U.o'i, Entered at the Postoillca at Darlington, as second class niHltcr. Servlc 03 nol Sunduy evoningnt tlic Arapa lido school by Hov, Votli. Tlioro wis a delightful rain fall hero on Thursday night, which wus badly needed. RobertVIlonl made n flying trip lo Colorado. last week, bringing homo with him a young. gentleman couslu. CJoorgo Gregory, a bright young gentleman from Indiana, came on last week to tako a position in one of the schools. 5ffiffil'3B&m?CTTgr'l'VJJwi i i . i i ii MMHWWWWW Howard Rhoads roturncd from his i'hiludol phhi trip hist week, accompanied by Uoorgo Rowan, who comos to eoo tho wot. John AlcClain, a graduate of -tho State Cni voVsity of Ohio, arrived bore on last Saturday lo become one of the school workers. Win. Coffeo, one of the jolly monof tho low er range, la...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 1 August 1884

THE CHME TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Gko. W. Maffet, Editor & Propr. Lafk Mbhkitt, Local Editor. Subscription, 1 per Year in Advance. mnm & Aapaiiog Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten ll I. . I I I ,---- , A TALE OF TJIE RED PIKE. "I thought I should find you with the girls, 'Mr. Godwin. You should havo boon with us. We've had such a scramble) over Honistor Crag, and brought back no end of Jloworsfor Ger trude. But one tiling I must say that follow Losford is a "jolly luufl', though ho doesn't look it. Just a funk, girls, and nothing else. Will you give me some tea, Mrs. Godwin?" "What nonsense you talk, Bob!" cried his sister, conscious by some feminine instinct that her friend's face was hotter than a moment before: "You are a perfect mauvais enfant bursting in like that. I wish Mr. Losford would teach you manners." "I'd like to see him try. It would take a pluckier man than he is. Why, he wouldn't come within yards of the edge, Mrs. Godwin!" "He showed his usual ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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