A camp-tender comes on horseback bringing supplies on a packhorse or on a little Mexican burro.
She was a shepherdess to the core, and hated the poor "packhorse."
They made arrangements to stay out a couple of nights, and took a packhorse with them.
He landed in Charleston in 1735 at the age of sixteen and presently joined a trader's caravan as packhorse boy.
When I rode up to Jack's place I saw his horse and packhorse tied up outside the gate.
Now one packhorse load of dope would be worth a good many dollars, and you can't move anything much easier than a man.
I turned my back and pretended to tighten the straps and girths on the packhorse while she said good-bye to Jack.
Many a man has marched to the scaffold with a less quaking heart than he to the "packhorse."
At a later date this packhorse system became that of common carriers.
Mercy went to a box and took out an old shirt of his,—the one he wore when he first came to the "packhorse."