Cheyenne Transporter. (Darlington, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 8, Ed. 1, Friday, December 10, 1880 Page: 4 of 8
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DARLINGTON INDIAN '1ERRITORY
SnbBcription $1. or year in ftdvunco.
W. A. EATON Editor & Publisher
FRIDAY DKC. 10 1&0.
Clarendon Donley Co. Tex.
Nov. 26 1880.
To the stockmen of the Pan Han-
dle of Texas. Gentlemen.
T think it is of the greatest im-
portance to us to meet at Mobeetie
m the loth of December to adopt
sesolutions and write a memorial to
She State Legislature begging that
frody to pass laws to protect and as-
sist us in our business in this coun-
try being well assured that we can
btain their legislation if we ask for
it. f consider this matter of vital im-
ffiortance to us all and hope every
jtock neighborhood will send at least
nc representative bo meet us at Mo-
3xetie' on tlie day appointed".
PAN HANDLE ITEMS.
MOHKKTIB. WlIEELEK Co. TqX.
Sn.My negligence-you" must ex-
ause. The election is over and' a
majority of our people are satisfied.
The barrel was not so potent as it
might have been- but enough of
this.. Wc will bury the hatchet and
all' of! our. little dillcKonces with it. I
aimsoniyt'o-say that others cannot
db as well. U they could we would
not have to record the shooting of
one of our oldest citizens Travis
Leach by one Robert Truly. The
parties leferred to have been ranch-
ing on the North. Fork of Rod Riv-
or and1 a few days ago Became en-
gaged irr an altercation which re-
sulted in Leach's being shot through
the back. Such-deeds do not add
fcb our fame as law abiding citizens
and .axo. much to be regretted. The
parlies will'go&u-hearing on the 0th
if Mr. Leach is able to ationd.
D. AV Van Horn: fc Co.. received
nighty barrels of choice apple.viufew
days ago but they were all frozen
Having boon caught in the severest
storm that has ever visited this coun-
try in November. The loss is mil h
h be regretted as- this was our last
(fhance of getting' apples here this
is generally understood (ha
(Phurlcs Rath of the firm of Rath cv.
Hamburg has given up his inten-
tion of becoming a citizen of. our
li'wn and! he is desirous of selling
His large and commodious store
noorn. which is being pushed rap-
ivlly toward uompletion.
Our newly elected commissioners
Have taken charge of the county af-
fairs and we hope to see that pa:
itxcellonce pf statesman! hip which
it is generally supposed they possess.
Vo hope they will put ooi county
on a better footing financially and
Uhaf they will try and start a school.
fis u shame to our citizens 'that
tfhis matter has been neglected so
FORT RENO ITEMS.
F. P. SCHIlTliAUBW
Company 13 marched for Port Da-
vis on the Gth.
Companies 13 D E and G have
orders to move to Texas. .
Company blacksmith 23d Inf.
deserted on the 2nd inst.
Company F 4th cavalry Captain
Davis arrived at Post on the 8d.
The troops were paid oh" on the
Coinpany E SMth Inf. Lieut. Leg-
gctt in command came in from
Texas on the 5th.
Lieut. Pardee came in on the 80th
ult. from Fort Smith where he had
been at court.
A teamster named MoAbbottr wlfo
came from New Mexico- with Co. 11
4h cavalry died at the hospital1 on
the nth of typhoid pneumonia.
Company H lth Cavalry received
a re-mount last week. This compa-
ny is at present stationed at Cald-
well for the benefit of the Oklahoma
Maj. Coppingcr Department In-
spector arrived at Post on tht- 80th
ult. inspected the troops on the 1st
insL and left on the d'ay following
to continue ni annual round.
Lieut. Pardee with two-companies
started for the Oklahoma count'rv
on the 7th inst but the chances are
that he will find few of the deluded
boomers to entertain.
A detail of the 4th cavalry came
in from Caldwell on the 7th bring:
ing a number of horses for theser-:
vice- They started on their return
to join their company at Caldwell'
yesterday. - . '
Live Stock Markets.
Kansas City Dec. 7 1880.
CATTL1 Receipts 21)0; ship-
ments 101; market steady for all
classes of shipping steers ; natives
averaging 1275 lbs. sold at .$4.7 5 and
feeders steady al Jj 0.25(8.05; cows
(inner at .1.5(8.80.
HOGS -Receipts 2118; market
opened unsteady but as the clay ad-
vanced the feeling became stronger
and prices advanced lUc over yes-
terday; closed iirm ; sales ranged
H 20(4. 05.
TO STOCK MEN.
Tlie THANsroirrat iH'intf in (woIhiiiko with
tliu 'culling MocU .Ixtui'mil (it KtiiiMib anil
Texas n ill he i nnlili'tl to turnir-h itliablc and
early inioriiuitlon on nil important mutter ot
iiilrreel eoiieerning tln& tfrcat Itiuncli 01 in-
UUMfJ JUKI iHlllfJ pleplUl'd Willi tile lleees-
Miry uui.s lor brnmih it Is eoiitideutly ivooui.
mended n i lie prop r means ol communion
lion between eaitle nu n. 1 Ills mutter u ill al-
wii)s rcueive the notice it merits uml tlie it I
tention m HtncU men is call ! id the. impor.
tunc:!! ol linvlnatheir mark anil brand put).
Itched to the ciid tliut the miiimv muy bu Ken.
rally Known tlieite prevented ami strays
reeovereil. 'J'lie terms are mi reasonable that
attention need onl.N be uraw n to to the nun-
ter to reconiuicmi it ui. onueto your luvora-
The Kansas City Jouimal.
The Kansas City Daily .loi mill is ns ft al-
ways has buen mJly abreast ot the times
lavi'islilng its remit rs witli the latest news
iromali purt.s ol the worhl anil thu very host
Mjleeteil inatlei' lor tlie iiimily. "Live oui'
patrons the Avorili ot tlielr money is tin1
motto 01 this staunch paper tuul we know ot
no concern that lives up to its preaching
more thoroughly. Uesiues getting t:e regu.
lar Tress dispatcher the .Journal litis a large
number of special repoiHil's ami special veil'.
respondents who are cvci.n where present
when there 1 un thing ot imprest to be hail.
Tlie .Journal has no superior us a uuirlcet re.
porter giving eaeli .lay the very latest quo.
unions ot Money Provisions Live block etc.
of Kansas City St. Louis Chicago New York
Liverpool ami other home ami foreign mar.
kola. In home ami family reading mutter
tin Journal is unsurpassed by nn.aml iho
pa pur throughout is a monument to the mi
Utility ami ability of its managers. Tito poo.
plo of the great Vesl are Justly prowl of the
Journal for it i a Western paper in overy
sense of tlio term ami in over part shows
that vigor which tiuuactori.us Western on.
SCHIFF BAUER BROS
Hardware and Agricultural Implements
GROCERIES COUNTRY PRODUCE CUTLERY
WOODEN & WILLO' WARE.
ARKANSAS CITY KANSAS AND IIUNNEWELL KANSAS.
Special Attention Given to Commission and Forwarding to All Points
in the Territory.
N. W. EVANS &Co.
Goods new and latest styles am
carefully selected to meet the want
of the people of the Territory.
FORT RENO IND. TER.
Besides giving the Indian new:-
we shall always give to the StocK
Interests of the country that amoun
uf space and effort which its impoi-
'ance demands and cordially in
vile stock men to correspond will
ns on matters of interest to thti
claF. Wo have fixed the price ol
brand advertising so low that m
believe this department will be lib-
rally supported by stock men anf
ti closer intimaacy established be-
tween those parts of the country
separated by long distances.
This oflice is provided with a gooc'
and those are requested to coil 01
us who are in need of
&C etc. &C.
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OIJE DOLLAR VW YEAR.
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Eaton, W. A. Cheyenne Transporter. (Darlington, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 8, Ed. 1, Friday, December 10, 1880, newspaper, December 10, 1880; Darlington, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70503/m1/4/?q=%22%22~1: accessed February 21, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.