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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1884

& TRANSPOETE I i Gi:o. W. AIaitkt, Editor A Propr. (INDIAN u; STOOlOiIOUKNATi.) IjAFM Mniturrr, JjoojiI Editor. Vol. 6. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Argoncy, Darlington, Ehtlian Ter.Oot. LO, 1884-i XNo. 2, 1 0 I 'I t t I t I I KM J It coats non-cltlzons o tho Creek nation one dollar per head per month to keep cattlo thoro, and It keeps officers of the nation Lusy collecting the tax, which, by tho way. Is Just a trlllo high. Tho Darlington Hotel wishes to purchase two : Rood, frosh milk cows, for which the proprietors aro wllllnK to pay 550 each. Fifty dollars is a good price for milk co'-.s, and chould bo sufficient to In duce some one to bring In a couplo. A Cheyonno Indian driver was pretty seilously lacerated Wednesday evening as ho was taklug a load of barb wire to tho Territory. Tho wagon backed off the approache of tho bridge and several spools of wire rolled over him. Ono of tho horses was somewhat Injured. The Indian's face and aide wero ton lbly cut up. -Arkansas City Republ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1884

mrm SOON WILL COME TIIK SNOW. White nrcthe daises, white an milk; The fltntcly corn is hung with Bilk; The roses arc in blow. Love me, beloved, while you mny, And beg the Hying bourn to suv, For love flhiill end, and all delight. The dnv is long, the day is bright; Hut soon will come the snowl Up from the meadow-sedires tail Floats music by the lark's clear call; ttearlet the lilies glow. Love me, J pray you, while you muyx And beg the Hying hours to stay, Kor Jove shall end. and dear delight. The day is long, the day is bright; Hut soon will come the suowl An islet in a shoreless sea, This moment is for you and mo, And bliss that lovers know. Love me, beloved. Soon wo die. Joys like the swallows quickly llv ; And love shall end, and all delight; The day is long, the day is bright, Hut soon will rone the snow! JCUzabcth CiiTiiiurjx, in The Current. "NEVER TOO LATE, TOM." "His kind of yout Mr. Browning, to take all this trouble about me," said Tom Rotors, passing bis hand wearily acr...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1884

4 TRANSPORTER. Ui:o. W. Maitkt, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND SIOUIC JOUtN'U,.) L-.vvivMijkiutt, Local tfditor. Vol. 0. Cheyenne & Avapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Tor., Oct. JO, LSW-1 No X. rtgBCHPnaroragrjgxMMagj7yrarCTrw MiimiiWMuiiiiimMntmi m wwwiiiiiihiiii'iiimii ISEWHW Wrl WIWWWTfrflf IjUJli I JiJN J Ju irKADQlAHTnUH VOX RANCH and OTHER SUPPLIES ! tiT"! keep constantly on found n very lurpe sup Ily of everything needed on the mncli, trail or in isunllles, which will be .sold us cheap us the cheap est. A call earnestly solicited before malclDg pur chasea elsewhere. FRANK L. KKED, Indian Trader, Anadatko, I. T. JOHN DOBSON & BRO.j AeucvumL immw mii CALDWLU., KANSAS. Bank of Kan. City, rioutuwost comer Kllth and Delewaro fits. KANSAS CITV, MO. Cash Capital, - $(500,000. Surplus, 8180.000- W. 8. Gregory, J. W. Byors, K. K. Thornton, J . V. L. Slavoni, Win. Holmes, ,1. C. James, fleo. A. Kowler, J. T. ElUlns. Henry Harper, L. R. Moore, J.S. Chick, Bernard Donnelly. We ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1884

fcsH mrm ftt 1M."lf'.l'm)HM'll'UJl,'j"'IW''"'" i " j ii i ''irr-ti" p -"-'"--iirTmL- &- ilWJK?, TITTS WILSON, ' nst-olllce address, Indian SprliiKs. J T 1 1 it sltlo mallet, parallel iar and Human cross. fJotti Mi nl k m-iit 1UI0 VT. on ,0fi ldi ! rlKiit ItaS IvJIUlili fpft'dc. ri'O tr iic additional 'u itids $m8M& vmwsz CHEYENNE & AUAPAHOK AUENCY HERD R. I'. Collins. In charge. Range Cheyenne A Ar apahoe reservation, I. T. Cattle branded llko this hii Avi IX ..Ck t-rrl, 3ftta UvX. 00 By 3 v. here on rhjhtsldo. ,$! AM calves branded sainu "- ... ,,. . . wiin v "ii iuu juv. Po.'onicpaiWrea', DnrHuKton Indian Ter. S llorne brftnd. J). K. KEITH, Darlington, I. T Also YJ? connect cd on light sWo and heart on lett hl and sldo. "c- cattlo on ". .iu range. CROMWELL A VAN KATON. ?. ft icveti Ptllexio.l. T. Smooth crop c IT each ear. Horse' bi and -njp. WV3"-2K vrr- 0'AtfU i?afe'S Mfcxv ;i W 1'iopiletors v-iMt-?; - Fort Heno Milk delivered morning ar.ti evening. Wttei"?.: crVTS 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. — 10 October 1884

a liMrii'Mnwmm 'HiiWftfHMii'y ahBUjfrti';,' ' ltuij"mautBJUJCJ!tMft."'''lMftMSfBJWWVA SRSfcOftUl nitAiw THE CHEYENNE TRAHSPORTEB, i - ' Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance ' 'i CAeyemie and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TER. OCT. If), IPi-'A. Entered utlho PoHtofilooat Darlington, ne uocoiul class matter. ijmtnjuii.inLniitjiiiiiiuj 1,1 Ooo. liowhhy goes north this week after his family. Another Kiowa and Comunoho train y.iUHOtl south yesterday with supplies. The first norther of the season came down upon us on Thosflay night, together with a hdiivy rain. MisaXannlollutchlns wis tendered a school in the Chickasaw nation, which she accepted and is now teaching. Mrs. IToag is acting as matron for the pres ent at the Cheyenne school.- Mi38 ICaton, of Wichita, Is assistant matron. Mr. Malfot's new rdsidonco on East Main street is almost complutou, and will bo ready for occupancy by -next week. James Morrison and Capt. Council wont to C antonmont on Wednesday, the latter in the inte...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1884

in TIE CHEfflUE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Geo. "W. Maktkt, Editor & l'ropr. Lai'k Mbiimtt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Ycnr in Advance. Cayenne & Aapaboe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten WHY MEN MAIUIY. The Matrimonial Instinct riillosophicaliy Con sldorcd Tho Temerity with Which Peo ple Slip Their Necks Into the Con nubial Noose. There arc people who recommend marriage under all circumstances. But who can honestly and conscien tiously agree with them after weigh ing the whole subject with headachy intonsity? Take the case of a married man with what is termed a "moderate income," and also with a family of four children, Clara, tho eldest, a girl of 18, being very fond of dress and display; Charley, tho next, 16, having a few companions, who might be more respectable and more discreet; Harry, the next, 14, who keeps the house, and perhaps the neighborhood, in continual uproar, and Mary, the pet, 10, who is sickly, cross, plain and stu pid. Poor married man...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1884

AFFAIRS IN BRAZIL. Sow Lhlng About Coffee Culture and the Aboli tion of Slavery. A lctler I wrote ou railway invest ments, says a writer in The London Times, which you published on the 10th of April hist, has been severely criti cised by two railway contractors Mr. Hugh Wilson and Mr. Charles Waring both at this time engaged in carrying out contracts in this country, besides being pretendants for the construction of two other lines whose capital as vet has not been lixed by the Brazilian government, hence they are naturally an n'y that attention should have beeu called to trie groat cost of the lines made with English capital as compared with those made by native companies. As the ccusurcs "of these gentlemen have been reproduced by several stock exchange journals, I must beg a Itttle space to show that what I wrote was based ou facts and not without founda tion, as my critics declare. It is dillicult to reply to Mr. Waring, because he does not keep up with the march of events in th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 October 1884

v-Miaxffmr.'.s js..i mxz.,msxiaG& iaattr:yaretwfKamnrri A. .1. KITZPATMCK, Poj toHice address, Darllngtoni Indian Territory T. CONNISLL, Range Lulluuttovd cruok, Indian 'Lorrltoiy. Till Lincoln in charge. 3" M ? 01 OTHEU lIIUtMS t H . fo' ass JKAC? UOKbKMHVNIi wfv4v ' . p - ' VV'NwX Sh . '' 2 ffi iSlH yj t&& Kl fFW yy v p wmw N r W m law frt -i jjtw "j G3" TILT. LINCOLN. T !. All cattle out branded D behind lelt shoulder be long to mo. McKENNEY, OVER & CO Camp .Supply, l.T. cattlo rango on Heaver cioek. cattle branded on both slden and Jaws. Ear m'k split right and grub loft. Horses uianded on leit hip Ineroaso of hord bar Irom oft Jaw to point of ahoul-ler. ''. FI Jilffrj i HfM4Rv LRr i i'JV m wwVj A i 3 K yv-i'.ia Ss&z Gfcorgc Bent, Darlington, I T Also AJ)A. T? fe, t &!& fi3 gg? .cJv,j - i.-.y Powder Face, Darlington, Iml. Tor. -&fm W T 1 JM1 y jk vl&ii3 i Iffip'cint''2i iv- w !fc5S John Poisal, Also .TP concot od and T on left jWja hi) tv. sid...

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

w n TfTlil UJJL Gno.HW Mavkkt, Editor A Propr. (IXIHAN AND STOCK JOUIUUfj.) LAl'B MsmtXITi Local Editor. Vol. 0. Choyemio & ArnpaTioo Agency 9 Darling tdn9 Indian Tor., Nov. 5, 1884. No- 3, ! I lilW.il Mil I i 'IIWH'IMI III II !! Ull --Tii-I "KIT-HI" uniiviifffxru tjMm jwtosecyu T"tTras Sw, L -r T BH .fr " 1. IP rl ; JAMES J I. BOND, - f im. ' i r- trrctiM. -aKisirx W ' VA 1-. esa&PHBffiBRCBBFmL vmmm? was?," M2Mmi&2&m tiwnTv ji f y . wvjjwa r " w i ' - TJftNMAN & CO On hi do bit) or shoulder. vfl W:muo In murium t Cheyonne A Arapahoe cattle corapciy, Indian T. rrltory. -smsse Silver Htv, lmH:'!t Territory. $&" NEW YON nUftNBY, P 0 Silver otty, 1 T (J. It. McKINNKY. P 0 Erin Springs 01 filHkMiBh iwu. ",rj MWIlMUBrmJG&VKU M witcMfiii aiiaiii Auudarko, Iud. Tor4 Brand any place on tho animal. Range all out doors. C1IAS. L. CAMl'BLLl . VI nana. T T Itnilgo South Canadian. J Ingle-bog In each oar. Poini llko this on left iTiifrh i B.H. CVPBELL. C. V. I'am r, m...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 November 1884

; tsamwmt THE OIETEME TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUIINAL.) Gno. W. Maffet, Editor ifel'ropi. Lake Micuhitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Ycnr in Advance. Cheyenne & A-apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. MIJNOU MENTION. Brooklyn wants tho bridge free for D walkers now. Lotta's father keeps an inn near Manchester, England. Tub Toledo police arc cautioned ngainst discussing politics. A gang of burglars is marauding in North Minnesota and Dakota. Soutiiwesteiin Georgia continues to pour north crates of peaches. Cape Cod will yield 10,000 bushels of cranberries less than last fall. Five tons of unsalable fish were dumped into the lake at Sandusky. None of the Coney Island hotels made money during the past summer. Daniel Stuart and his wife, of Troy, Alabama, have been married seventy years. Genenal Gkant will get 850,000 for his forthcoming magazine articles on the war. The lum-tum thing in an engage ment ring now is a sapphire with a diamond on each side. Mks. Celia Ti...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 November 1884

THE TKAUEDY OF LIFE. i. I hoard a sound of wullint? in the night Throughout the air in feeble quavers won, The warning notes Hint told another light For life had just begun. n. I saw a child stand by a pallid form "Within whose veins life's tide no longer pulsed, And tears poured down in a torrential storm O'er features grief-convulsed. in. I saw a youth whom Innocence had fled. Whose steps toward life's lowest depths were bent. Still daily Into deeper darkness led By his environment. IV. I heard a sound of sliding bolts and bars, And saw the clanging doors shutout the day And hide from sight the crime-engraven stars Of one who lost his way. v. I saw the last faint light of hope forsake Laocoon. withiu the deathly coil Of hunger's folds he had not'strcngth to break, So worn was he with toil. VI. I saw a form that famine ne'er had sought. Kobed from the rarest looms with costly cloth, The summing up of all whose life was nought Through rust and utter sloth. VII. I saw the mixed and m...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 November 1884

5! Jl mti it yaCTWwwiw tiMm mm MMMftV MMMMSMnnW GEO, W. MAFFET, THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. -- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cayenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TEH Tens Land and CATT1S EOMNFvr ' ' J ..XW T?"j 3V;mm v (XLttjM.V Jmfrg KjKiSjM ..in .- f r- '',' irrf.5t5WHStwwwi(nriaairfH.:?ii litsIillllsiSli .aaLVav K?r aMH .ZlflattrflBrBtaavv'' VmHIE iJ r JT 11 n! Eagle Chief and Cimarroii Rivers, p o. Kiowa Km. It Kansas City. Mo. Brands on clfVr hip, side or both, known ns the TJ brand, Old mark, swallow roik In right ; now Add under bit In loft. ADDITIONAL IHIANDS. XBoth ildi. Mark, crop and under bit ! both. Hon brand urns ai cattle, on right hip. E. 12. AYILSON, Manager. GEORGE REYNOLDS. (colored) Hoiflo G li lort shoulder. Ranch on Bitter creek. Postolllce Silver City, Indlim.Tery ISAAC K. BERRY, OSJIJT, Indian Terry Some like cut on both sides of animal. Ranch on Cimarron river, I T I will pay fifty dollars reward lor evidence of unyoue making away with or des...

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

3 j, rtnpH5. y" TRANSPOR Gi:o. W. AlAVi'irr, Editor & L'ropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .JOUUN'Ab.) IjAkm MKimrrr, JjocuI Keillor. VoL 0. Olicycnnc & Avrvpalioo Attorney, Darlington, rndiaii Tei, Nov. 5, 1884. No- 8, t, Vhtmat&MMJUvuxzii-vM:?-i.'tnj!BsmrrEui nuncvNUHcasRsiaiassinaazxeKSTnBrji wvj'JA,A.,i:iwl,.vjii.lWHt'n.iJia.,tjnam'i)AffjuAPraoi T&ZttS'JH? 7 9M3T cuTjta wjinmcA j ""ST"-1- gw" -" y " w" -aa i ' I ! WJ YV 1 J k JBI Ul ft.k H3 ft! II 1M .1 H II ITT. WTv H I an .! JJLii Al. Heitkam, Blottier, Merchant Taylo? & flits' Furnisher Opposite Opera House, AHKAXPAH CITY, KANSAS. Prompt attention glvon to eiders fiom the Terri tory, and patronauu solicited. b o c O cn O 13 o a: s j ? ft"1 5 a GO CO H o o o -4 H w o JIKADQrARThRS FOR RANCH and OTHER SUPPLIES ! pi- I ki't'p (ristauth on hand a vfy large sup plj oi v (jt; i' :' nt ded on ilie rai.eh, Mail or In famine, wide uhl he sold as cl'eap as the cheap cat. A call earnestly solicited before making pui chases else...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 November 1884

.. i 'f i UfnJHk, TftTU TO4O0K, 3tff HflHV MMfttNt fc 2& - r ",,, n aaatttaalb 3fiBjlw! fz ' BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB vR iii--t--i wPif ETMS 8&& & OnH. M. T. JO HXSON, J3 Military Traders. ! IHLLLJOir IN- DKY GOODS. ;i-m ! .visw'AbH t-7 -. una CK-TraH c Jt Ski. 7 u tin ;rBP3fclBralC3 glg& CJUCJIHIXC! :..r . LtrrtncMi betas i- Vl HMfr jaw rT"i.iw5 fc OPTS IL JZ xsaBKaHC3S. -t-h. fajar -rf 4BW ., .Wfl W KPf Iff Beater !- GENERAL MEKtmAXOlSE, Hat Daft fefe M. k. ml amis i spbbjut i . r r , .. - mrJt. , - - - - VTWBiriBF - jl'-" jrtwt . Tiirvvsrt-, ss- arc .n!Kif new auc lal: ev anc , lt llls: t, nwis fcr fce oovIhjv. Mn-Tfui '03fiil.7 wikfektd 1 xuck!1 Uk mhw J HkhcL tai nor toaitvc ol flit SowIh Jaaa 4b. iif it iiniit f liie TrmT , Ciidiwi r?r. m ttic crowHur of tae irrwMBK- at ol2 i -u --ill it tu "tiMi4Mrrr tUutinr Htm tHn-r am m I mi uMir F1L'T UCC. INI'. 7XH. I zSr?-i&: ZeummuuiL .niiMtnu, tut 1r. Kiitsm mrjt. mum xn Mekcbakdise r"i:ia uu.2xa El rvjyf Joel B. Glnt?...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 November 1884

f IE fflEIUIE TRAHSPORTER. 1 i -l 4. n Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advandg. i Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TllR. SfeCfl'BS NOV. r,, 184, Entered at the Ppstof.leout Darlington, as second class matter. The hotel laundry is once more in running operation. Tme Election ! & Close Voicniul a Tight Squeeze,' Kiit Siili n llcpublicnn Victory ! An 'Anxious Grower Watch the Be turns. Hoadqvorcers for Cattlemen. A largo wow stock of Stetson's cowboy 'irU cowmen's levins, spars, saddles, etc., e'c., atxP. Connoll's popular Jleadqnarters foi eat- .tlomen. Stop with mo when at the Agency. ERASER & OR URN, ? WmmVmT'9KmmmmmmWmw' Mr. Morris, brother-in.law to Titos llauible ton, is one of tho new Agency employees. I). -P. (inrrolflon and lady wore' here last week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. llumplllll. Ceorgo .Jones, foreman of the Cheyenne- & Arapahoe Cattle Co., was hero this ssouk. A change "has been made in Hemphill & W"oy's storethe olllce and a counter is re-...

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 November 1884

F tcrablo, "Roy! my bolovcd!" sprang to the arms, sunk on thcjjroast of hor true lover. "You luivo found mo!" she cried. "You huvo found mo!" "Never to loso you again, Avis 'novor again!" "Aim your mother?" Her great eyes searched his face timidly anxiously. "She will wolcomo you as I do. Wo shall part no more. You will learn, dear, that alio never meant to part us. And another waits for you. O, come, love, come to tho heart that aches to v.oloomo you to tho arms of your own true mothor." Only ono month later a brilliant bridal party arousod to joy and mirth Llio slumbering echoes of the Laurels. And who so fair as Avis, tho sweet bride, with her troop of lovely brides maids, of whom ltoso Brandon laughed and blushed, the merry chief ? Who so rich, so proud, as Avis now! Avis, tho foundling, found, indeed, at last, and by hor own true mother; Avis, tho lost, restored to all who loved and mourned her; Avis, the joyful bride of tho generous, noble lover who, in the days of hor poverty...

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 November 1884

1MCW I PASSING EVENTS. The rains have begun in Oregon, and much wheat has been ruined. "Oister stoos" are becoming con spicuous signs again in some localities. There were 1,090,000 cigars shipped to New York from Key West last week. There arc marketed in New York city during the season 250,000,000 clams. The Georgia mosquilo attacks cana ries and mocking-birds, aud even kills chickens. Several hundred Chinamen have dis embarked at Mazatlan, Mexico. More are coming. The New York stock-exchange has twelve hundred members. They are never all present. The Vera Cruz government has economized by suppressing the private secretaryship to the governor. "Whalebone Jack," since the death of Rabbit Hole Smith, is the most prominent Stockton, Cal., citizen. Having succeed with Sunday con certs, New York is anxious for libraries to be opened on Sunday. The work of alaying new cable across the straits from Port Townsend to Vic toria, B. C, has been commenced. Gov Crosby, of Montana, says the Piega...

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 November 1884

ttyjgttacfr.raigs2g?jfev&t T. CONNKLL, Jtanso Cottonwood crock, Indian Territory. Till Lincoln In charge. A. J. KlTZl'ATltlOK, roj-toriico (uUlrcH, D.iril'itjlon, IihIIhii Tflrrltory OO TO! 1 on .-x, - Jaw brand KnH W loll Jaw. VlKvj oriTEK UHANDS : 0 linit- K liTlANlfc M i in. MS !' V 1 L jjli' All cattlo out branded D behind loft ahouldor bo long to mo,- t'Xi. Bm Wwk tfG9BE89KHi2&&r McKENNEY, OVER & CO Camp Supply, 1. T. oattle range, on Beaver create cattlo branded on both Idea and Jaws. Kami I; )llt ihvhl and giul) lort Horses bi anded on left hip l loteaM or nerd nar ironi ert Jaw to point of shout-ur. George Benl, Darling ion-, I T Also ADA. Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary lino it will bo Promptly' Puraisliod You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Ordei1 for You. wuei KJ J ' "T& X TK8" TTTIi ? X M 111 txzpsaa aaat.a U'WUJ itrKsj RUasnaa i 5 (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) fg&S5JV3...

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

)b 1 It All kjl uiil Hi Hi J JLI lJ JL JLJJl Jl JLi - Geo. W. Maitkt, Kiliior ii. Propr. (INDIAN AND STOOIC JOURNAL.) Laki: Mkkkitt, Local Editor. Vol. G. CUoyenno & Arapalioe Agency, .Darlington, Indian Ter., Dec. 59 188jk mi v i i n i in i . - .y No1- !:, Ti'TjgCTcyacacEarrjujtr "" -v ' !f .ti M w r X t JAMES II. BOM), City. luanm Territory. NEWTON BURNEY, V 0 Silver city, 1 T B.I1. CAMPBELL. W. Parker, manager. Dirllngton. I. T. jstzz: .4M'r. Dfl . n RUl COLLIN.-: it BUTLER, Darlington, Indian Ty. US on both sides. 2&M&$ OWEN HENNESSY, FCHeuo, I. T. Range Canudlan.rlvo. W. . fa Wd -EsteSjSa C B' CAMPBELL, J' 0 Fort Reno, I T. Range South Canadian Horse same on'left thigh D. F. GARRETTSON, J. V. Dl,ckwoHl, Manager. I T. in KrMvmJ& MVvE&8J& DnrH'-fiton, BLtO. J H W-STT WWWIMa I S3 M M HINT1-R, J'-'NS it SLAUGHTER. Col V. 0. Slaughter, Goni Manager, Dallas, Texas Il:mu Chcvennn and Arapahoe reservation. 45 miles no.rthve.st of Fort Reno, on Washita. Iloi-e br...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 December 1884

and from Unit hour wo discussed the social condition of France no more. The thirl mitiir arrived within the week, lie hail a "do1' to his name; was nearly forty, and, though I did not stay to see him, presume that lie -was the most olVensive of the three. The wedding came oil' with gteat eclat, I believe. The couple were married by the Aiehbishop of Paris; Eaurc sang in the choir, and the Tope sent his (dossing. Several months afterwards 1 re ceived a dainty note at the American Legation invifing me to dinner. It was a tete-a-tete all'air, a" is almost al ways the ease, for French society, al lowing the young girls no liberty, per mits the married woman greater freedom than we, in this country, al low even the young girl. On arriving at the Hotel dc Jarny, 1 hurried up the stairs into the cosy drawing-room, furnished in pale blue satin. In a few moments a portiere was thrown back and in entered Mme. de Jarny, nee St. Cyr. But what a change The white pearly teeth were frequently disp...

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