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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 December 1884

7 'f THE PRESIDENTS. An Historical Review Facts New and Old. It is doubtful if more deep-seated, wide-spread, and intense interest in n presidential campaign has ever been fp.lt or manifested than in the contest which has just closed. The hearty and enthusiastic hard cider campaign of 1810, resulting in the triumph of Gen. Harrison ("Old Tippecanoe'''), over Martin Van Huron (Little "Mat tic Van"), and the more notable and better remembered campaign of 1800, when Abraham Lincoln (Father Abraham-Uncle Abe Honest Old Abe The Rail Splitter of the West) became the choice of the people as their chief in the dark and troublous days of doubt and uncertainty that forshad owed the storm of secession and trea son, so soon to burst in its fury upon the land though both were campaigns of remarkable interest and historical importance are yet surpassed by the onenow closing both in intensity of feeling and partisan bitterness. The close of President Arthur's term of ollicc on the 4th of March nex...

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 December 1884

f ' ,'llpWHyWWrtf hWHWHiMWimiie MIUHmamtmnMBAmVn mMImW.MMltoM&tvMmrmmuiWMl! tvmttttJiKaaJMi'''1''?' (iEO, W. MATTE l IHE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. A. WITZLEBEN. B, W, KEY. I0StoT8 address, Darlington, Indian Territory. WITZLEBEN & KEY, :m$ !..-.., (,,,. Subscription, $T Per Year, in Advance, tut Cheyenne find Arapahoe Agency, MKL1NUT0H, IND, TER. Texas Land and SUCCESSORS TO lt't" . .rm i "r ! rMjfii in --i j'f.'"l 1)M' I"' t i bui" 'o'in lid! .-. loin j ii' .ild, l.r:nnltiln.-;r. (I '" ' Ml thigh, split e;irs and :i ni ill lay pacing i-cry l.i-i' "" old. both 4UM V- -! ii- - CATKB C0SPAK7 hiu.v ImtHIBI'I''")' -jMiXTy y "J- fWnlkr til l& . Sfa?irwnhSijr is; tt 'mmmx "iVl l& VftevA s Eagle r o. - UA !w-,esw;ikffl&&' V'ffl '-"':.."' .ij- mist uhibi ana Cimarron layers. KU)ta Km & Kansas city Mo. "-SSS JtrnudH pn eifer hip, slda or bois., kriorra as tha Tfi brand. Old mnik, Bwallow folk In right; now add under bit In left. ADDITION All BRANDS. XBoth nldea. Maik,...

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 December 1884

n rweBahfWAirjaaKaKMKaiiwsu8WiiwTiMTwtgnaaM t.umm .mkinm40umui9eaf.9Lu.vtvjrur.z n.u wuimnw mitrtrtmimmmnn iiiLuc&'3tymimsmMiimtrtmiimmmNimiaB, MUSCATINE CATTLE CO. Joel B. Gentry 5c Cor, s "WIIIj ockrldgo, foreman Guntonmont, Indian Ter OTHKK 1IHANDS : 10 left side and 01 on right Side; 1,0 HO VAl LIT right side and U on lelt nock. '. Y'A Hor.se hi and ZII on lcfi lilt). J. II. SKGER, Dnvllngton, 1 T 1 asKKsps iKfew f JMElr R tfjl 1T( 'to.'i-I IK..K1L e . a " i.c.i v,t;vfK.-. -. .i-m,',k ii im ii mi mi iMTf Vk II K WINS, TITUS iV WILSON, l'nst-onico address, Indian Springs, I T Loll side ma'let, parallel liars and R'i,uan cross. Noth side - and M UlKht shin VT. CMNHBjon left side. right Sfc f I J ft RI ! MM side. Er 3kH " -w-vk ?rf? i ' &&JgS2 HI left side. The abovo are additional brands. CIIKYEiNNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. It. I Collin. In charge. -v - Range Cheyenne & Ar- K)W5 imnltnn rnsnrvjillnti r 'P f.tt f'.iMlr. l.wi.wln.1 lll.n M.I.. VUUIO U1UIIUCII 11IV...

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 December 1884

villi i Jliii J ii i it ai or ) Ail. I J Aii CJko. W. Ihvj'jntr( ICcliior & I'ropr. (IKDIAN AND STOCK .IOUUXAIj.) 1Ai'tf MHiHiryr, Local JJJiUtor. I i M -- Vol. ?i. Olxoyenne & jCvrapalioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter.9.Dec, C, 1884. No. -4.., piiaMBMWW6eM&Tr.aMMJswmrariiro.rarTawnviar jrsiiu mhvl'miosui Al. Heitkam, Clolhiciitsrchinl Taylor & M'.'Furitisk Opposite Opora House, ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Prompt attention glvetrto'oidem from the Terd to ry, and patioimgo solicitor!. Hf f IJ for working people Send 10 cents pOBtago ikUUk and wo will mall fiee a royal vuhmbln stun plo box df goods thai will prtl you In a way of mak ing more money In a low days lhn yon ever thou't possible at any business. Capital not require!. Yon can llvo al holno and woik in spare time onl, or all the lime. All of both soxm, or all ngs. grandly successful, no ecnW to'$5 easily earned every evening That all v ho wmilwoik may test the business , wo make this unpurall&led otfer: To all...

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 December 1884

L m iiH'imuulkgw.i.JiAJuui-iJfW- THE CHEYENNE TMIHTEB, -- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. i M doyenne and Arapahoe Agency. DARLINGTON, lira. TER. DEC. ft, 1884. Entered nttlie I'ostollleo ut Darlington, at? second claas matter. mi imnux uiijmrf ji, nnrrjijvjm im Mr. Decker has sonfe that polal curd cant to have it interpreted The proprietors of the hot-d lnive taken time by the forelock, mid aro orecthigau loo house. The Ann name of our livery business now rokds Cum pb ell A Keller. Tho now ilrin on. joys u healthy patronage J G Chapln was here a few days this week from Ked Fork Kueeh. Tho boys are always glad to see ' Ivipe." Thcro are a nuinui r ot ni w brands i.i our herd this issue, unu ig which are those of Lyon fc Powi r, the Englishmen. Tho gonial Lieut. Wygnnt and T. C. Crom. w oil are giving the deeraehaso this- wi.A T hey purpose having venison for Uiriistrims. T S. Bugbc( of Kansas City, and an at lemhcr of the Word-Ihigbee ( attio Co., ictivo momnor ot tne n oni-u...

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

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. la tho only Papor published within a viidiua of a hundred miloi. Sntaiirtloii. $1,00 Per Tear, in Aiyance. Brand Advcrtitsmenti 55 Par Year. C3r-Rntea for Display Advertisements made known on application. throphy, and drive tho International association out of their field of labor. This was not tin exaggerated picture. As mamifacturers of cotton fabrics, it would not he denied in this part of the country that this new Hold which was open, or being opened, to the world, by the International associa tion, deserved their consideration and zealous watching, and his object was to point out what interests they had on the Congo. The claims of Portugal to the Congo were not and never had been recognized by her majesty's gov ernment, and in his address to the Lon don chamber of commerce he brought historical proofs to prove the assertion. They must, therefore, bo considered null and void as far as regarded this country, and he presumed rights would not have been wor...

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 December 1884

U IE CHETEME TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUltNAL.) Geo. W. Maffjst, Editor & Propr. Lave Meuiutt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. fteyenne & A'apalioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten WALLS OF (JOHN, The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe RaU road company has just sent out a handsome il lustrated pamphlet containing statistics and in formation concerning the state of Kansa. On each page is a beautiful illustration descriptive of "Kansas corn, whose banners toss on the breeze cf morn," beneath which are two lines of poetry by Ellen P. Allerton explanatory of the picture. The pclry is as follows : Smiling and beautiful, heaven's dome, liends softly over our prairie home. Hut the wide, wide lands that stretched away, lie fore my eyes in the day of .May. The rolling prairies billows swell, Breezy upland and the timbered dell Stately mansion and hut forlorn, All are hidden by walls of corn. All wide the world is narrowed down, To walls of corn, now sere and brown...

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 December 1884

,1 lMj'f IiOflJWJiai!Wg XHtflM. Mi1WfMIWHUillUiMtf V 'J'. CONNELL, Ranjjo Cottonwood creek, Iiullan Torrltory. Till Lincoln In charge. Jjiw brand on left Jaw. VI 1; ifesiflti fL iji TI1.1. 1TN( OLN. iSBMpwH''S3C!&Ci25MvB QJMfty-"1 tiwKE All cattlo out Lranded D behind loft sliouldor be long lo me. .&kW "1 111 jaaifcssjciM w -ij VT'J.'ViVj.vrri-; j,ii (f. MCKKNNEY, OVER A CO Camp Supply. I. T. cattlo range on Heaver crcolc. ( attle branded on both Mf'i at. (I Jaws. Ear ml; Til 1 1 rlirl! 'mil cri'llh inft 1 bases b'anded on loft hip t ciense nf herd bar from 'It jaw iu puna ui aiiuiu ier (Jcorgo Bent, Darlington, 1 rl Also ADA. SS SfTjII teas. PowcIct Pace, Darlington, Intl. Tor. &, BkfflK i.!3WSft?aa lft53?s:i?!t g jjwtffl a a John Poisal, Also ,3P conocl- tjktTTK HI JUKI a uii jit it i . p. ..:!.. 1 nip iv fiiiii". i ' nv brand con ncclod JV loft shoulder. Dar lington, T. T. H.A.TODD. On either nid( Horse b r a n d same on left shoulder. P. O., CaldwelL Kan. t U. MeKINN...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

1 fc.1 TJ Geo. W. Maiti.t, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUllN'Ar,.) Lakh MBimrrr, Local Editor. Vol. G. Clicycnno & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Tei, Tqc. 15, 1884. . 3STo. 5, iwwwnjai) rY' If iTpl -lf T' fe "1 ' " ' t "u -: i&sr TRAWSPOITEE. r 1 1. u rV 1 JAMES II. BOM). VW V.M ff sa NEWTON BURNEY, P 0 Silver olty, I T &&J&&4& IJ.ll.c VMl'BELi,. C. W. J Mrker, manager. I) ir'incton. I. T. ffStSPa fiWBSSSSW 3Srai IDTIX: COLLIN Si BUTLER, Darlington, Indian Ty. $ TJS on both sides. &rsfr tfesisyol MWT?M ITFVVT?eew Mll limiUJli, Ft. R0U.O, I. T. Range Canadian. rive. , Tfe Kh&b3s?& HIKJ T-i JJl-Jll n w .t, Mri-fw C B CAMPBELL, !??$ l o Fort Reno, I T. '&hf& AWft3 ri -. . . , . ... ! u'lngo toiuu uunnainn 1J i torso same on left thigh .. 1 t!r &3E3 D. F. (JAttUKTTSON, ,J. W. Bhckwood, Manager. DuiIlL'ton, I T. .flBWlJW.?tLL jPjffe' &dstm hSBaiM HUNTER, EVANS & SLAUU LITER. Col. C. C. Slaughtor, (Jen'l Manager,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

IK tKIBIE TRANSPORTER, It the wly Paper publialiod within a radiua of a hundrod mile, Sabscriptlon, $1.00 Per Tear, in Adyance. Brand Advirtiumentt 5 Pir Year. t3Br-Itato8 for Dlaplay Advertisement mado known on application. 3I1NOII MENTION. Broadcloth is losing its grip for dress suits. Tins country uses 650,000 bushels of wheat ouch day. An English actor mimed Ciiimnoy is said not to draw well, lie is going to be fired. In the 'consumption of soap per capita the United States leads. Italy .is last on the list. Four hundred thousand paper roses decorate the stage of a Philadelphia theater for a "roso scene." The pauper population of England exceeds by some 100,000 souls tho en tire population of the great colony of Now South Wales. Mns. W. W. Astok recently paid S25,000 for a set of ebony and gold furniture once in tho boudoir of the ox-Empress Eugenie. The vineyards around JH. Etna in Sicily yielded this year an extraordi nary crop of grapes, the wine from which is of a superior q...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

"0 I r- q t 4k k HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A dingy oilcloth may bo brightened by washing it with clear water with a little borax dissolved in it; wipe it with a llannel cloth that you have dipped into milk, and then wring it as dry as possible. An English cook of note observes that if you use a young fowl for mak ing chicken broth it will have a stronger and more distinctive llavor if the chicken is roasted for twenty min utes before cutting it up to boil. Pies made of apple butter are highly recommended. For one pie take naif a cup a good large half cup of the butter, one egg, half a cup of sujjpir, one-third of a teaspoonful of allspice, and sweet milk to make the requisite quantity for one pie. Bake with a lower crust only. Oyster fritters are made thus: To one cup of sweet milk allow two eggs, with Hour enough to make a thick bat ter; salt and pepper to suit the taste must be added; chop the oysters and about this you must consult your own taste, for some good cooks cut them only in halv...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

. , ... m-" "t11"JWH WWIW IWtt,KWTg"A,'.'t w y; jBfy-rf5rcS:'ii-Ji'tj ;.: u vm.rn ' wwwftfl GEO, W. MAFFET, rofltofiico address, Darlington, Indian Territory IHE CHEYEBIIE TRAMSPORTER. i . i - Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. 15. Y. KEY. WITZLEBEN & KEY, .N F ')!!' TO -- Cheyenne and Arapalioe Agency, DARLINGTON, 1KB, TEH Texas Land and fWSjrrn'tfrsrsTyKffvarjMrsnwsxAKa tiH York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KANSAS, Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. gl huvo lost a blue roan horse, lour jeuraold, branded cross-In circle on left thigh, split ears and a small bay pacing pony three years old, both BATHE fiflfc'PAW.xrr iirJ-iv.' horses In my HHOHB brand WX3H,m:- --r'1-' Hh .M raCTTw- -I I f ii I fi i t Hi a. .P'. i i!i etc.- Eaglo Chief and Cimarron Rivers. p o. Kiowa Kan feKntisaaCltT Un. A l.vM i;ll a-uZ Rrnndo on elfHor hip. sldo or hot , 'fnovm as tho Tfi binnd, Old m-ulc, (mallow fuik in r lit lit ; now ftc!dumtr hit In Inft. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. m Doth cldcc....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

or niiWFNrxn? fimn il , ITi : J JLW Gko. W. AIakfict, ICdllor ft Propr. (INI HAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Lafk MrcmUTf, Loo&iiMittor. Vol. 0. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency, llfcirlington, Indian Tor., Dec. 15, 1HH4. r No- 6, KiTWrvfiiwrrtwraMMHMHMWMM "iTmiiii'.f wjtujviitmo Al. Heitkam, Clothier, Mint Tailor ft Best;' Fwsijhff Opj oslte Opera Home. ARKANSAS CITV, K NSAP. Prompt attention given to'oideta from the Terri tory, ami pattonttfre solicited. IJ Pf 0 for working people. Send 1 0 cents portage tttttti and we will mall fiee a roynl v 1 1 d ! .vm plo box of goods thai will put you in a v..y of unk ing more money In lew day: thim yii e thou t possible at any buslm-ai. Capita' not i ;u i . you can live at home and work in pare tlt.n 'iiv, or all the time. All of both -exei, of up f i?-. grandly successful, fie cent- to J$f easily earned eveiy evening Th.d all who wwi! wo: i. ma, test the business, we m.iko this unparnl'elert oftei : 'io all who aie not well sutlsl. d we will bcnd...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

mm4nmtji,; -: ? ' ,- -. - - - - ..Mg,.-. S.Mil3Ua2uM.,,nmMj..mtMhMfalmtillB j rjr-",rr : " - ; -: WWATINK CATTLE CO. Joel B. Gentry &o Co.,, WIIL oclcrldgo, foreman umlonniciit, Indian Tcr (rriiKit JUtANDrt : in left HllIO IIIHl 01 on rmlit Mdo: LO 110 Zil LIT rlRht flldo and U on If ft nock. 'A - VA Hmne brand Zll on lert II. j. ii. smger, Dnrllngton, t T 'ffXSSt- SffifiiK- WvW CuM Ufl -erf!U-.Dt5jPt ( mmmsm ,..j- jajiV jBau"g'i ft Hi WIN-', TIT'S & WILSON, Post olllcn nddroMS. Indian Springs, I T Left hIiIm mallet, parallel bars and Roman cross. Hoth sldts -- ami H Hlcht sldo VT. Ion l-fi "Ide. ! rlisht side. mgRi laSSri SKaatten M?f WTp lHf'2KL-h' H n 4t Ci Inft. Hl(Ir. ',W rltP.I-M liri iiilfllllminl rrit)(lK. CHKYKNNK V ARAPAUOK AGENCY IIEHb. It. I. Com.ins, In (diarRO. ,ii' " jf It.'ingo Choyenne & A r fcWDpSfeiilHilioo reservation, I. T. J A tf.C.T:1 W r'l(lla hrniwln.l lltm t.l uttiiio uiiiiiuuu iiiu una anywhere on right sldo. All calves branded same with V on l...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

f tnn?rXKStt,gliEW)u.jjj.Jr:j.i';gvr-i".T-Trr-"---: ktt- rrwarvw, wi-vrr'Mrfeitry ay'miiimK3artM.Kv.ummm utuMimrittnmateviaiKi imHuieamtanesf!irifl. VMkvafmaesamLmhiMiTMpt.! ' ' r"""iWr; THE CHRfflE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. CUcyenna and Arapahoe Agency, DARIMT, 10. TEB. DFC. 15, lRR'i, lPOil : tli's, in Ili: !h m :ld 1 Entered uttho Posloftlco at Darlington, u second eluss matter. r inity iitendm to IT .1 i V ' M ', v.i-i u, " . i I. . ii i . I in a' 1 1 1 i i , , , ' Wni i ii, wi.ili- 1 .11 i.in .-in fi id 1 i.oK suuih to duivc -ton, tLence to the eiiy ot crocodile-, by , ito". t'iio boys anticipate u royal tun -. !or CiUli-in. nnM3BmixfQJvfvliMMM Ai- ' Miiinn maiden, Mho fii;oitli !'" inn tic n.u.jc- ot "Mi.,, IIeup-nf.lloit.es," i'Mi nidi Mom ( arlislo a li-w vrcck ago, she having lln , w..l t,. .. 1...1.. ... 4 II. . . f Mrs.C.H Moore, of CaM well. is horn nn. """ " - ""-, mm '- ,-,P m-, visit to Mrs. iriilihoU I Moh s ! " ,nt, 1,i'' t heve:ino, .uid -...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

m THE H1EME TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AKI) SOCK JOUJtNAL.) Or.o. W. Mavfkt, Editor & l'ropr. Lait. Mkhiutt, Local Editor. EuhEcriptlon, $1 per Year in Advance. "Cttvenne & A apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten FROST TIME. Upon tin ineadowH, far and wide, A silvery frozen mantle lay; And on the upland mountain Hide. Frost glistened in the dawn of day. Winter was nigh. The former paused in early light, Ills rugged faee was marked by euro; Amid his looks were lines of white, For Nature, too, had frosted there Winter was nigh. Chan. K. Limit, in The Current. - o THE LIGHT THAT IS FELT. A tender child of summeis three, Seeking hi r little bed at night, Paused on the dark stair timidly. "Oh, Mother! Take my hand," said she, "And then the dark will nil be light." "We older children grope our way From dark behind to dark before; Anil only when our handB we lay, bear Lord, in Thine, the night is day And there is darkness nevermore. Reach downward to the sunless days Wherein our guides a...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

if rm" 5 I i IN THE HOCKING VALLEY. How the Poor Miners are Made to Suffer. I met tin intelligent miner a mine boss to-day whom I have known from boyhood, lie was standing idly on the corner and 1 asked him to give mo the real explanation of the existing condition of affairs. 1 knew he could do it, for he is a man ot much more than ordinary intelligence and well educated. Ho asked me to walk with him and he led the way to a point where no one could get within ton rods of us without being seen and then he said: "I can't explain anything to you in a satisfactory manner, for I do not really know how things are myself.1' That is strange," 1 said. "Years ao-o you could penetrate the profound est secrets of your native town, and in the war you were intrusted with the most ncrilous missions whore tact and judgment and penetration were your only saieguarus. "The penetration of the enemy's lines," said he, "during the war was an open book and a mere pastime com pared with the state of things...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 December 1884

35 ' - -. ?trWttirtvHrsxt&'lllf A. J. FITZPATIUCK, PostoilJco addrcg"!, Darlington, Indian TerrUorjr T. LOKhkLI. Uui"(''Uo!i.vool crook, Imllun Turrlloiy . Till l.liiLOlu liiiharKO. 1 "'JV """' t Y . - - -- w i -- i --- m vrv J- J , zi gl T $fcW II HfFfjPl C"A t, ::::Z::::" " OTHER DIWLHD9J m9SijSI flfl03ftk - - Khw-I1 lilBRfl ui m on loll side. 9 t 4 Ss'll If H ml Anything you' may iiecd, and if it is in the ordinary lino it will bo JflA Wk " MT-tKWCiJKe F I --., JJ AiUlUjJlijr - luiuouuu -uu TlF j U I V Vk. . K V JITTi 1IN(0IA. HHl B Hfti ,df3KK' SvV r nH l W 3rEB HBliMewMtJii ':1L&I rsi rh.UK- vh initio out branded D 'i iitiul It'll hhou'.der be loti io me. McKKNNKV, OVKH & CO t'ainu supply, I.T. rattle latiKe on Heaver creolc. (atll' branded on both Idea and juwa. Ear m'k pill rli'ht and rub left. llorsosbi muled on loft lilp increase tn nerd uar irom c rt aw to point or slionl U r. C!i'oi;go Ben I, Dnrlington, 1 T Also ADA. Bewja V- ' " I O mm&sm Powfler Pace, D...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 29 December 1884

7ffi-s JS Lapis alcilidrt, JL'dcul Editor. Gi:o. W. Maitjjt, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUNAr,.)- Vol. G. Clicyenno & Ai'apuhoe Agency, JDarlington, Indian Tor., Dec. 0, 188-1- No. G, t.:juiiimira:.uaJ3:nvj.xv.ijaggnKmigramB u . -.- - WM- w TRANSPORTER, i ' P lr V p h JAMES II. POND, 21 SB HhLflfHfel Silver E7l A Indian Territory. Happy New Year! New Years readers. jrcotlng Is extended to all of our Texas has now 0,017,624 cattle, according to the assessor' returns, valued at 81,000,000. The u.cirase in number this year has been over 60C, U00. The weather the past t vo weeks has been sevoro on all kinds of rango stock. The rivers uud ponds being frozen up, It was Impossible for stock to got water. We have t our ol posul a number of range maps of the Cherokee Strip. The map Is a vahnblo one for tho use of stockmen, and those wanting cue should call at this office. Cattle Associations. NEWTOISrBURNEY, Silver blty, IT A number of tho boomers have returned. They say the...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 29 December 1884

mrm THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. 1b the only Paper published within a radius of a hundred milei. Snbscriutloii. $l,00Pcr Year. InAflyance. Brand AdvertiiimenU $5 Par Year. tarRatoa for Display Advertisement mado known on application. A NEW CREMATORY TEMPLE. Tlio Corner-Stono Laid and tho Uiilldlni To Ho Ready in February. Thirty men and two women climbed. the muddy slopes of Mount Olivet, Long Island, yesterday, to lay the corner-stone of the new crematory temple. The structure was already finished to the ground level. The "pouring rain drove the little crowd to the shelter of tho nearest hotel, where gentlemen prominently connected with thee ter prise did what talking was necessary before tho stone was laid. J. D. Bung less, president of the United States Cremation company, symbolized the work of blasting the rough stone from tho quarries and hewing it into finish ed shape, with the hard work and faithful 'labor which had been neces sarr to establish the enterprise, lie gave a brief r...

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