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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

ffif" fTTT7V""17TXri7 Tico. W. M VFi'in Proprietor. Vol. 6 (ESTABLISHED, rt-jQ.) LafkWerritt, Local Editor. :DarlM&T.on, Indian Territory : February 28, 1885. No. 10. awnxra3'arevj'Jiajtra5gyzrnaa mra TMNSPORTEl. 1 Al. Heitkam, Clothier, Merchant Tailor $, Bents' Furnisher Opposite OporaSHouse, AlUCAXSAS CITY, KANSAS. Prompt attention plven tofordcts from the Terri tory, and patronage solicited. fjfl! 0 for worklnp people. Send 1 0 cents postage ftfcuft and wo will mall tieo a royal vuluable sam ple box of poods that will put you In a way of mak ing moie money In a few das than you ever thou't possible at any business. Capital not required. You can live at hdme and woik In spare time only, or all the time. All (if both surces, of all ages, grandly successful. 50 cents to'35 easily earned every evening That all who want work may test tho business, we mako this unparalleled ofTcr: To all who are not well satisfied wo will send SI to pay for the trouble of wilting us. Full particul...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

- MWMICTBMBalMtM,ww fyivjt. uijt.'mttJi.iwD'-Miu.i.Jik1 '-BgB?gte'" tggTtge.uv.J" ' " wutmuiJ&rXTVxvwiTrr.Ji'Jim gjiJ.,iM'mtri.iWgiwg..'j.m; Joel B. Gentry & Co., MHSC1TJNE CATTLE CO. W li Lockrldge, foremnn Cantonment, Indian Ter OTIfKR HHAM) 10 'elt s'd nnd dl on rr i le LO HO 7M V rltit ?l us and U on ft n-ck. 7 P7. II ire 1-iif d 7H on IP. J. II. SEGER, Darlington, IT :? m if f IpSwWcSB. &' libv.iN-!, nr .- A WILSON, Post-office ;uldn . Indian irtaK, I T Left side mil let. parai'it-i burs and Hoinun croxv ftri side a: KikM side YT. ri ift -Itle r'Rht side. fTUHleftsIde. krBt) rands. Mi ft - JAMES II. DKERE, nadiro, Iuti. Tor, r.rand left Ulp and side. ho above at- .iddttioaal CHEYENNE & AlUPAliOE AGENCY UKRD. R. P. Collins. In eturye. - Range Cheyenne & Ar- 4 apahoe re-?rvitlon. I. T. Cattle branded like thb. anywhere on right side Alt ottlvw branded same with V on loft JavT. Postofllce address, Darlington Indian Ter. mm a H rw sy-ss BRIriBIN BROS., Ranch on ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

f mtti 1,1 in; iu juaw wmii.iiiiiiiii n n jw.tr j tKS5emr&TxzuTfinr:cTrtiiwiw-b-ivJLi'VK&'&B& ? THE CHHEHSE TRUSPOHTBL i i ' 'Subscription, $1 Per Ycarn Advance. . Cayenne aM Arapahoe Agency, darumon. IND. TER. .FEBRUARY 2S, 1885. I A Tilodel Homo. Entered ut the Vostoflloo at Darlington, as second class mattor. i ! mmii imi 1 1 111 111 111111 11 11 11 1 1 linn 11 inn m Wichita .Dally Euglc.Lufc Mcvritt, agent. Mr. Cromwell, with his family, expoets to soon move 'to Caldwell. Jas. S. Morrison is to-day expected homo from Washington and Now York. The "young ones" of tho Agency indulge in roll or skating ono evening-during each wool:. Mrs. T. Council has been somewhat indis posed tho past week hence her inability to he present at skating partios ' Tho Indian policemen arc attired in now uniforms. They seem quite proud with their blue suits and brass buttons. There is now at the Agency a flr3t class ton sorial artist. Mr. L. 11. Ed wards is tho har bor and his work is c...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

(, TI1K MOON'S SURFACE. 'Shadows of tho Lunar Mountains A Noctur nal study. Froir tho comparative proximity of lllio moon mid tho extreme readiness .with which wo may discern tho visible 'characters of the objects presented on flier disk, it is not surprising that our satellite has always attracted a largo measero of attention. Before tho in vention of tho .telescope, littlo could bo seen boyond a few indefinite dark spots, but subsequently to the time of 'Galileo as' ouomers have ever boon endeavoring To decry new lands. Rivers and mountains, In licr spotty globe. As to mountains and their allied for mations, largo numbers have been ilia- . . 1 -oovoreil upon the moon, out no inuica 'tions of rivers or seas have ever been distinguished. There is, in fact, no appearance on the disk (surveyed with a powerful telcseopo and critically ex amined in detail) which would -warrant us in assuming that any consider able body of water exists on tho moon, or that rivers or lakes form part of th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

TIIE LITTLE KNIGHT. S Tho Tonight of olden time, they eny, Went bravely out to battle, And to d serene nmld the strife, Tbe din and roar and rattle, Because he carried on his arm A ribbon or a glove, And fought and won, or ought and fell, All for his lady-love. We boys may be like knights, they say, Although our lives are quiet, And though we may not ride to war, With martial clank and riot, Yet we may still bo brave and true, And light against the wrong, And, like tbe gallant knights of old, Help other lives along. So, Cousin Alice, you, I sec, Wear ribbons with your dresses; Please, will you spare one pretty bowj From off your braided tresses, Just to remind me, day by day, . : I must be good and true, A valiant knight to serve the right, liecauee 1 'um fond of you? Then, Cousin Alice, let me wear Your pretty colors gayly, And they shall make me kind and true And bri'Vc and gentle, daily; For, like the knights of olden time, I promise, "honor bright," If vou 're my little Valentin...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

, mmuiamtxrz "-WJ&Cdtt&titk&ilMitIU.WiXtStomTvio i T. CONNBLIi, i DnmiAr'nllniiiiinAil nrnnlr Tnrttntf fHtnltirt JOHN P. DAIRD, Postofli -o !i idn, Dirllnjton, IndHn Territory Till LI' coin In elmreo. l JTJ JL KJ. i cpfmi .law brand on WWltJrtw. (Sfor vs ttitaUbtfiJ. safe fit -J..' -A' F " Alv N ztx$&j& . . . .?. w .. -r iT ' wl?!! CT3Q,U.A.i?. ;WH aa ;a k-: ,Mv raaEssfia ? rJI V V sf TTnr-CZ? t n. tf (T $E3W fcrJfi. ia &: wbksj Jafi .v " "-"-" w v 4r Si& ffifio Esi I5fi38 Mi WBJfaU v" S V l"WWM fc-i Wfc WY9AMU Anything you may need, and if it is in Alio 'ordinary lino it will ba . Promptly Furnished- You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything, we do not' Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. AK mk MI culUe ci S v b.mnd !fft xa u.iTrrcv sn ifnr iVl Si ill. Itiniiflrxl Ti t v b.'iiirut !r ft sboiMdcr be ll' lr'iit In run - 't - m J' dT. Lj BTPfl niN J. Jli rwtvTsnn oto.M'A', OVEH& CO iimit Mjppiy. I. T. rutilo 'iiigf on Bejivcr creeK. ( uttlf br...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 March 1885

0 CHE YEN N E TliANSPOlfEl. Geo. V. Mlli i, Proprietor. (KKTABLISI1KIV1S79.) Law; Miiuuii r, .thecal' Editor. Vol. 6 D ARLINGTON,-I-NDIAN TERRITORY: MARCH JO, 18S5. UNo.m. u ujmi wrauunnjuiiijm'.'ij'mw MiijL.ietL'u ummum' r TOWNSEND & I'lCKETT. 1'ost-oMce, Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Tenitory. T 1 A J. tftaMwlHr &Wmmmmmmmraa bkvvv-iv x5v jsyir.MMfCP.M a - B?PV327aP . I tAl Same on both slde3 mo on both sides Horse brand, IOA on hip Various earmarks and old brands; range on rowa reservation. J. II. WATKIIS, Fort Bono; I. T. jfcJraJl? J AMES H.' BOiYD, Igsgfe Silver City, Indian Territory. In one of our Indian langu sces the word ' wom an" Is rendered "kowanojawjaw." There ,aro a good many married men who can define the last iwo syllables at a glance, but the most of Ihomaro not aware that "kowano" means "lightning." I S!.Vn. South America has as many cattle In round num bers is this eountiy, but the nO.000.000 are hard ly worth two thirds of: what ours are worth. They are not ...

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 March 1885

... - I A LANGUID Will). A Nobleman With Poetic Kuco ami Diullsh LOB. Lord Garmoylo, who is now Moating about town with sm nir of melancholy languor, has the face of a pool, the logs of a dudo, and tho manners of a much bored and sought after noble man. When 1 say that his faco is noetic, I mean that he lias a high fore head, big eyes and a melancholy droop of (lie mouth, which accord with tho traditional ideas of what a poet's face should be like. There is a suspicious caving in tho back of his lordship's head, and his long legs are indubita bly weak. As ho dresses in the very .hoighth of dudish fashion, his appear ance invariably attracts attention, lie stands at least six feet two inches in height, and is as thin a man as one would care to sue. Alias Forlcscue, to whom his father paid $.00,000 in Lon don a short time ago, on condition that 3ho would release tho precocious young lord from his engagement to marry her, is also lean and lank. Tho whole world was interested in tho sui...

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 March 1885

A HOUGH PLACE. Wliy a Yoiui Ulan Does Not Care to Hcrvo Undo Sum by Taking a Courso at "West Point. "I don't cure to sec West Point again," said a young man who having just returned from the great institu tion, was asked how ho liked the place. 4,Oh, yes, tho discipline is good, and they take the stoop from a fellow's shoulder, still they do not observe those little niceties of politeness which 1 like to see practiced among gentle men. I went in with a young fellow named Adams, a youth of good man nors, who, J thought, could not fail to make a good impression. Wo were shown into an ollice, whero I was pleased to meet a lieutenant with whom J was acquainted. Ho shook hands with me cordially and asked about my relatives. I introduced him to Adams, and he seemed glad to meet him and profoundly acknowledged his gratitude. 'Ah, young gentlemen,' said he. 'so you contemplate joining us. Glad of it. You'll find every thing pleasant hero. Just sign this, please,' shoving out something that ...

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 March 1885

.mmmMutmtfmnt. nfasHMtfUWIrtfSWi'' liuji i a u i i wi mmmi r.n mmi i' iifiirajyvSigWwmi,n i 1 1 1 r )-. ww ,- STKjf( THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. - ' ! Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, MM ana Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TER. A. WTTZLEBEN. J3. W. KEY. urn ii,ii j u m j lag iiii'winmiijiiiujL.jgatninMiiiiiiMU Texas Land and GAITLfirv9AMv.x-r" riagfejf 3S&n" jr??w F- ' 3?wiWDrr,rrrjfira.Wi t inM S L t WTirm rway.'-i,- J v-t Kiir4M.: ttur m :,(?ot,jj ftk M WyArif lidgieumafgud P WITZLEBEN & KEY, SUCCKfaSOKS TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KAN&A, Cimarron iiFira, AKanaaaaty Mo. A tm ACM m m m W CStISTHTRjJLi OTJTPITTERS! Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. GEO, T7. HAFFET, Posto'ce address, Darlington, Indian Territory. " TuL il If f ffI have lost a blue roan horse, lour yeurti old, branded cross-In clrcls on left tl'ilgu, split ears and a small bay paclDR.iion7 three years old, both horses in my mtmincl ja wm gimimiU'.muiiqwww3 wa. jn mmi i i ABKA...

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 March 1885

.4 t . r iiini-ii i uMr,...rT.r.m. JJTI -t y TlTiimHli IK CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. i i ' i Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. i j in ' C&eyenne and Arapahoe Agency, MH.INOT0N, IND. TER. MARCH io, 1SS5. Entered at the Rostollico at Darlington, as 8ocoml class matter. vuiMaMm.miiiMmmxaTaatMjiezmaBmmwwwvmnfnnz m. t. .Johnson ami 1)8 son Ud.n Dmumii north by coach on Monday en routo to Now York. Too Miehads. for over a year. Post blade Smith at Ucno, has boon secured by Agont Dyer aa blacksmith at the Agoncy. ILL. Hick ford once more thrdw his portly form iu sight at the Agency last week. lie is interested here in a wood contract. air. Cromwell went to Cnlowell on Monday to look out a local ion for his family, who fol low him as soon as he secures -a placo" for them. Last week Mr !. S. Morrison arrived homo from the east, -where he had spent a couple- of months siglit-seetng at Washington and also visiting his native homo in Now York City. This -was his llrst trip home in twenty ye...

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 March 1885

J HIE Hffll UK (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUNAL ) Gno. W. MAFrirr, Editor Al'ropi. Lafi: Mishuitt, Local Editor. Kubscription, $1 per Year InAtlvnnce. mnm k A' apaijoTAgeiicy . Darlington, Indian Tsr MINOR MENTION, In the production of honey in Cali fornia, San Diego is the banner county Makk Twain intends visiting Eng land for tlio purpose of giving readings. "GKKKNViriliK." Lady Aylkskokd is about to begin a suit to prove that her son is the son of his fat' 1 1 r. Tin: foreign fruit trade of New York is about to organize an incorporated exchange with a membership of three hundred. A MAiiiiiAGis license has been, issued to a couple at Saratoga, Santa Cruz county, Cal., whose joint ages aggre gate 163 yoars.t Tub farmers of Oregon will sow a larger acreage of wheat than they did ast year, and are now busy in. all por tions of the stato. Something hannlinir, sweut md tender, Hornc ui on the cvenlm: air, Subtle thoughts no wotds could rend r, Half a sign and hah u prayer. South wIiiuh blow.n...

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 March 1885

t I i ;j ' not hope to .iavo tac pleasure of par taking of them with you ? thus exem plifying the bcnuliful linos : 'l'o sou's with but a singe thought, Two mouths that cat us one. Yours with high respects, J)u. r. C. H. Every paper on Juliana Keziah' s head n.stled with delight. "Thai poetic: 1 centennials In she cried, as she looked at the letter. "What majestic animals!" as her gaao rested on the biids. "Let me relieve you of their ponderosity, Annie. 1 will request cook to frisco thorn with trifles." "Trillesv indeed, n murmured Mrs. Somers, "light as air." When the Doctor arrived, Juliana welcomed him wit!) the sweetest smiles and thanks. Ho. not to bo outdone, was all wit and poetical outburst. not until seated at the that t ho true engaging man great-showed n Still, it was supper-t.able ness of this itself. As Juliana sank languidly into her chair, she pointed to the Doctor's deli cate contribution to the feast, which, prostrate on their backs, with their long, shinny legs 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. — 10 March 1885

LV 1 W Mil i II "ffl il" l&!UtoltXZ2iS"W.l &,--'J3' gfMrvasStr&MSnKAsxfanasmwmv. T. CONKELU j Range Cottonwood creek, Indian TomMwr. Till Lirco'.n In charge. Jaw brand on n-J.-ixru&rriStrai JOHN' P. BAIBD, PoatoM:e uddri. Darlington, Indian Termor. I GO TO , y it-. - BaaaaaWZTBaaaM 6n-J Cv0 AjfP. !i&21 3i IFORl , EJ fcj - Oil BBaanaaBB- V X NN. Z75U0nKimAM5.vMtt SSIII CllWy W ------------ -- on leftside. vMv T7 rl W it AnTtV.incxrflin av nrrfl cnfi if it t in fcho nrrlinarv line ifc will 1)9 rjmmtk lL3 'iii'JMV,i1i'' n "fif - II J B tv .A T..!1.J "U".. ..rtawBBBa J aYti --- ,. j., OTnpuj xu.ai.uou xuu . JnB PI ' . jPBFW lafc 2aP'fJaafca r &BB alBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa &! 4L3iiik- i MN At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer- ZT " UJLiy U1UCI LKJl iUU. Ah catt cut i-nri-rcS D bfhmd .tit snculder be long to me. sv&ra HPtii y 5v "" bTMBTilj m N2 BoSra 1 n Jlmii-fl aor&JJi nrfciiJII a if n twofiasfbrftrtds Jon eltherbtfj. ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

J mHs- -y i i k I H Cico. W. M m m.t, Proprietor. (ESTABLISH HP, 1S79) Put. Mr.uurrr, J ocil F.tlitdr. Vol. 6 Darlington, Indian Territory: March 20, 1886. No. lft : 1 Jure tn.ry aasi'.'.'iavt.g igia.-uLinw.il. uiiuuwi ini'iiifiirri imiim.iiii m Miirrin- mm i ii I'wi'ni'H mwnwi JWMmimmim n fiim hmihi i mini 'tmiii i i in, i mf hi hi hi iiw inuiffl TO'.r.HTVTTr-.v1rTT.'r4-.rrr m -'' '"fgrfj r? A 4 Mi' I h$ I IM Mh? TOWN SEND A. J I RETT. PoFi-oflkT, Sac rti't Pox Arnvj, hxr.ui ivii!tiv. .? : w r 1 35&fcF ck.l"P&kVjBn .V-LT lJ'jV Y J ArfISMi Jit Fl S5M&iifHk'H x&m The wild Indian's description of his lim sight of u sleom boat used to bo much quoted how llo bomtnok (the devil) canio swimming down tho riv er with whirlpool litis, and coughed and blew his noe, yelled with a war whoap that sent every red .i.k'i lb lug to tho wood--. wafcsssa Same on both sl( s s mo cm both shies Horse buind, IOA on hip Various par marks nnU old brands; range on Iowa reservation. J. J I. WA...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

tho affair. Tho St. Logor wook canio on, and tho hotels wore crowded to suffocation. Tho night boforo tho groat race thoro was a ball at tho Ro galia of unusual splondor. "I supposo you aro going to-night, Annie?" inquired Clara. "Yos, with Mrs. Mungo; and I have a groat favor to ask porhapa it may bo tho last," said that young lady, do murolv. 'What is it?" "I want you to lend mo your dia monds. I am so anxious to look well to-night." "Oli, yos, you may havo thorn," nn sworcd Clara, smilingly. "Don't for get to leave them bohind, though!" So Miss Annio went to the ball ar rayed in Miss Doxtcr's jowels, and naturally enjoyod herself immensely. Tho noxt day nearly cvoryono in tho holol wont off to Donoastor. The Scar borough air had dono Clara so much good that 8ho doterminod to accom pany her uncle. Annio, howovor, pload od fatigue and a bad hoadache, and Doxlcr did not press her to go. Just boforo starting Clara onterod hor unolo's room. "Loud mo 200," shosaid, laughing. "What for?...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

f f THE KING OF CRABS. The Immense Creature That the Japanese Serve Up for h Family Dinner Crabs That Climb Trees Their Enormous Strength. A reporter who happened into the Museum of Natural History in New York the other day, ran neross a nat uaralist who was examining a curious object. "That's a crab," said he, lifting an enormous something that might liave served as a shell for a large-sized tur tle and one of tho largest known. "This is only tho top shell; tho legs were unfortunately lost, and if you are astonished at this you will proba bly think I. am drawing on my imag ination when I say that the crab when alive was twenty-two feet across." The shell was a curious object rough, corrugated, of light yellow hue, and about two feet across. The eye stocks were two inches in hight, and between them extended upward a long, sharp spine that would have been a formidable weapon if the giant was disposed to use it. "If you could see one of tnoso ici lows alive," continued the naturalist,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

V trnJ, fGi&ea&uiaagz iMEvaasuasncuaatr (,KO, W. MAKFET, THE CHEYENtJE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. ii i - 4 t , 'ciicyennc anil Ampalme Asency, DARLINGTON, HID. TEH ?m Land ft&d r,. v, Ki.y. A. WITZLEIJEN. I'-v'o:' .K.ilress, Darlington, Indian Territory. 4 WITZLEPEN & KEY. Ik K LU, O York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. call well, KAN AS, ; rhno lost iipumbcor horsn in thoao r;i '-i. flirt i v;nti tip purlin aro reCiUCtfed to 1 p ,:i:'.'i "y tbey may nni, or report in "- " t 3f mil q f - 'jf . 1 ' , - . "iw ' i t xi'i :. thm. I Wi I .'ipTWclato way r-nrnTcrnmi-?, ah , c ) u l h i j jjjiooi tivomh i.o. ,n jiTKSM 0Vt.Bh kvw tf .' A' i "' "JJftf Jsfl ' ,4 WHi .$ f V iasle Chief and Cimarron Hive P o. Kiowa Kh-x k I J.K I m 1&. I'Sf h'Nj.e Brnrdt civcJrVr'i'tf fde or hot's 'Vrwn w tl T&br.-in . o.dm k. hh11ot fyit in rltjbC; utn dd uuK It n 'i ' . ... ADDITIONAL BRANDS..... Doth uStlta. Harfc, crop cad under bli la La both ... Eoraa brand aa...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

5 & CHEYEME TRANSPORTER, Guoj W. IUakkkt, J'mprielrtr. (ESTAUMSJI151), 1S79.) Lafi; MiiUiurr, Local Editor. iir- 1 - ir rrnr" 1 ini m i ir t No. li. Vol. 6: Darlington, Indian Territory : March 20, 1885. noomiCTTCTYrsw'rfinriraMiBtsricrans rrji up ap.k'lJLJHPlJiilL'.jM. :i init.1i.rlr...i ,i!ii ijumj "'i'rT;litvfATt' w un.WAi"fwC'4'Tj(iwnff '5 Al. Heitkam Cloihiep, Merchant Tailor Ms1 Funishev OiiJ08lto(lOpern,!lionsG, ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Prompt attention given to.oideis from llio Terii torj't and.putionage solicited. Wflf fj for working people. Send 1 0 cents postage MMUk and we will m:ill lice a royal valuable smu plo box of goods that will put you in a way of mak ing more mono In a few days than you ever thou'l possible at any business. Capital not requited. Vou can live at lie me ami woik In spare time only, or all the lime. All ol loth sexes, of all ages, grandly successful. fie centu to 8f easily earned every evening That all who want woik jnaj test tho business, we nuk...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

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