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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

si cTss'-wsraff:vrWJfittW3V,r the uk wxm Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. . i Cheyenne and Arapahoe Amy, DARL1KOT, nro. tEH. MARCH 20, 1885. nnwnr . a- -. . . . - " - - :;t ;t,Ta,oaw 1"M"a?ia-,'g,wM 1 The Indiana at "Work. Entered at tho Posloftloo at Darlington, as second class mutter. There eumo to the house of Goorjro Tjcnl one evening last week n hoy baby Ooorgo has named his new boy William I'roes Ticfni. INfr. Lydcckor, the juwclor, becoming anx ious to ( his best girl, finished up his work hero ami left for Culdwt 11 on Wednesday, rlho sounds of Mio large bHl at thogovorn. ment stable aro hoard at 7 o'olocka. m Jiand li p. m. It is rung for the employes ta begin and quit work. 'Plm nminii) ini'dlmr nf llio f'hlnUnt.iw .v . ...... w- .- f? Stock Association will bo held at White Bead lliii on Saturday, April 4. All stockman nro invited to attend John Ilcnnlug and lady, who have ben hero a couple ot wtfiks visiting with Murphy-Keller family, loft -for their honvo nt Empor...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Ii the only Paper published within radial of a hundred mile. ttcrinHon, $1,00 Per Tear, in Atee, Brand Advirtiitmenti $5 Pw Yiar. fcWEntoa for Display Advertisement mndo known on application. CURRENT TOPICS. Iowa has an enormous and oxcollont potato crop. The latest uso for paper is the mak ing of cigajrs. You no longer seo tight sleeves on the Paris belles. The (liulo is extinct around New York theater walls. Anglers for bass are still busy along the Potomac. TnE crown prince of Germany is a wood-carver by trade. The New York cremation furnace will bo ready January 1. The oyster arrivals at Baltimore have been light thus far. TnE Indians threaten to make mis chief in British Columbia. Six hundred and seven females are employed by the bureau of engraving and printings Pahis has nearly eighty new popu lar libraries, which have over 100, 000 volumes each. The papers of St. Louis claim that the city at the end of the bridge is to be the coming convention city....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

5 0 LOVE'S TRIUMPH. Apart, their lives lind been a savage trial ; Thoy met, and faded nil the clouds of. tears. The shadow backward moved upon life's dial And closed the gup of muny bitter tears. From out Night's loom the sable shadows lengthened. And gloomed the gold where late tho sun light tell ; Through Love's sweet consolation soothed and strengthened Heart clasped to heart they said again, Fare well I the threshold where they He crossed alone narted And In the dark held wide his arms apart, And called aloud so yearningly that started Full Into life the pictures In his heart. And fragrant, fruity odors floated round him, LIkc some magician's picture-weaving mist. And with the subtile chains of Fancy bound him Iler leading shackles on his willing rist. He felt the clasp of arms and plaited lingers, The collar of Love's knighthood, on his neck, And bowed his head as one who, willing, lingers, His going steps held by Love's chain In check He heard the hushed half slbllance of kiss...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 March 1885

,. . .,. ... . s.j j; Ht.-fV . ...,.,CTntntfriaa .,r ..-n-.. ... iiliBlifc?5Krt ' - " JOHN P. BAIRD, Postomce address, Darlington, Indian Territory T. COMNKIiL, nnngo Cottenwood orcclc, Indian Territory. Till Lincoln In riargo. Sit J?iw hninfl on v y Pais'.'-'i w. SW.YdM2&J i ' i '" "H11. k-v IgMBBIHl S& J H zz- onrrer 5 "' lilvB IM IMCv'JM - iV - -Jft, U P flV JT"ov - -. - rl YlH V I r TO 91 -Cn. .1 U iQKl ww- MHIV AH. HEH aE It CA CO 'W -- 31 II II ' O1. . KLBdaHI I. F "U!B1!I : S'sXy XAV -JS-'-i, re UdkJBMKil .X w V O v -J -n 'Jhrard'J WTKB 191 kWJ VWH 3 ii "' X NS. J?5 HOirK 31RAND3 BBI wtMRMiHm4kZm ' ' '"' " . . . ..... 'ifirrHEJUjLlm ' .aa n in 'i,ia jv- "". 4hVB3 .man, BTi "w wll &lfeAJUO T5-?1W;:tas'aui . . r ItVll.TV 1 11,1. 1 ' - ' fcsJl ssJSi Anything you may noocl, and if it is in the ordinary line it will bo Promptly Furnished You M Lowest Possible Rates. ; Anything we do not Keep in 'Stock we will cheer- folly Order lor You, All cattle out branded D behind ...

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 April 1885

! CHEYMNE Ceo. W. jMaitkt, Prop'Wor'. (Established; 1879.) I.M-'K Mkuuiii, fecal Editor. Vol. 6 D Arlington Indian Territory : April 15, 1885. NO. Js. ItH WW. 1 HI UHM 11.11 IMbJUW. IBH THAN SPORTE li . TOWNSEND & PICKETT. Fdst-drtlce, SacinidFoxAgoncy, Indian Ton itory. 7 Thd Chorokco Strip stockmen nro to hnvo no general round-up this spring. Thoso holding oast or the Chtsholm trail will round-up tliolr ranges, however, In spite of what tliolr neighbors do. same on both sides Samo on both Hides s , ,, Dorse brand, IOA on hip Various oar marks and old brands; range on Jowa reservation. J. II. WATERS, Fort Reno, I.'t. NEWTON" BURNEY Silver olty, IT gk , ' c. .MSMiai law aw ZLsTIX: El B. H. CAMPBELL. AV. Parker, managar. Darlington, I. T. COLLINS' BUTLER. 1 Darlington, Indian Ty US-'on both sides. m "1 vNls m at OWEN IIENNES3Y, Ft. Reno, I. T.' Range Canadian rive. Caldwell now has threo newspajers Tho Jour nal, Free Press and a boomor sliest. The Jpurnal Is a representative of t...

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 April 1885

THE CHEVEIiHE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK iOUHNAL.) Gr.o. W. Maffet, Editor & Vropr. Lave Mbkkitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. Cayenne & A'apaliM Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. - - i.i - -. - -- Hotels on Uio continont oi luuropo compoi Uio cstato of such persons as chance to die in thorn to pay for Uio refurnishing of the apartinont in which the porson died. There aro no hod-carriers in Ger many, tho bricks boing passod from hand to hand, and tho higher up tho bricklayers aro tho moro men aro re quired to toss tho bricks. A wonan quack has just boon triod in Paris for proscribing as a remedy for rheumatism a decoction of chopped puppies and red worms stowed for three days and throe nights. The Mersey tunnel, recently com pleted, has a much greater importance than tho connection between Liver pool and Birkenhead, in that it forms a direct all-rail lino boon Scotland and north Wales. OLD JOHN DEMPSEY. An interesting presentation was made racontly a...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 April 1885

($0 i i IVl I 1 I V THE DIAMOND'S VALUE. It Depends Moro Upon the Cuttinir .Than Upon the Size. "Tho first point to bo considered .about a diamond is its lire," said Mr. Charles K. Giles, "by which I moan its reflected light, its brilliancy. Tho rwhito and bluish-white diamonds are itho most oxpousive,and tho steel-white ;aro tho sharpest. Tho latter has a kind of hard, light-brownish look, just liko newly broken steel. They are all .kinds of shades. In fact,, they are in numerable, sincq no two stones are exactly alike in color. Tho bluish whitois tho costilest, bocauso tho 'rarest, outside of tho decidedly brown 'diamonds, which arc very rare, very hard and very brilliant, and which a good fancier will prefer to any other except tho bluish-white. Then there aro the slightly brownish, tho slightly yellow, tho straw color, tho grccnish .yellow, tho rose color, and tho canary 'yellow. Tho greouish-yollow aro tho ,least desirable, but oven a little tinge jOf yellow, not noticeable to ...

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 April 1885

J" f1 THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, GEO, W. 3IAFFET, A. WITZLEDEN. H. W. ICJ3Y WITZLEBEN & KEY, Postofflce address, Darlington, Indian Torrltory. -- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Ml i Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TER, SUCCESSORS to HMBMV B 'tjhj u. """""M '" uiim.mn.M..m utn.iuiunamitnrr.Mn.tmnnmi niiiin.,MPH-jiw, 111 utm.imaum Texas Land and U,T,n ave .ot n number of brsos In those brands, and loundup puilles a. requested to i tens bring In any tLjy may lltr', or report in whose bands they see thorn. I will appreciate any favorj th :s shown me. York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KAKSAS, O-DEHnTElIJk.Xj OUTFITTERS! Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. gt'"V -.- M2ytetetm Edgie Chief ami Cimarron Binrs. f "' ' '! xrgr?wc;zgnrrangqcg.gs.'gA''ur,,--jaWTri ABICAKSAS CIT2T CANAL MILLS, XiS2l ! I iKpii T33ZK3 w . W 'Jr Jf "- UEOlJi' w Brands on el.or hip, fddo or hot -, Miown as tbo Tfi bram". Old m uic, shallow foil', lu right ; non add under Mt in ...

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 April 1885

6 "yrjji I? CJco. V. MAlinv, I'ropiielor. (IvSTAUUSUKD, 1879.) I ml Micrritt, Local Editor. Vol.6 D Arlington, Indian Territory : April 15, 1885. No. 13. nancsanaraTrrfixcTneuaxvKi'vnS'.Mnnn's IV" JH-'il! .!!' liii-'l JTfiyil'fllT'l MWrrrmTTfiNf" imnilin'iii.iMiii mMita larnM MjwiBixiwirsKiArJsivaDanwtKiLi ji ljuiii i j h m -iTNnni ip?r ""stt iri i " t" ""W""!! rt n BM b H V Kl M 1 !. Illi j AJM Dili it' I. Jj it. ' i m $22,820.00 FIRE LOSSES PAID by A. 1. IHGART & GO., General insurance Agents, and Adjuslcrs-of'tlic Phcenix, of London, Insurance Oo. North Ainoriea. Pennsylvania Fire, SprinprfiiiUl Fire and -Marine, Pbu nix. oLBrooklyn, (lerinan-Amcrican, 'Oonunercian Union of London, Sustfuehanna Fire, Phrenix, of IJ artibrfl, Crescent, of Now Orleansc, Niagra Fire, Travelers Life and Firo, Equitable Life, of N. Y. City. jglflF"All honest losses promptly paid and adjusted through our Office al fakogea, Indian feito?y Al. Hettkam, Clothier, Merchant Tailor & Gents1 Finisher ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 April 1885

wvym-iamTmmuinmimmuijmnmriri- . ihuiijiwjuwi i,Mwwiwwm5wmia9wtMMa'ri 511'sCATIXE CATTLE CO W H LockrWge. forenra Cent onment, Indian T" nrrtTE n havtk ? Joel B. Gentry & Co., 10 left aide and 01 on Kht aJde : LO HO ZH 'T right side awl C on tt n?ic . Z V. BiTilagtoo. I T II one bram! 7JI on h p. HH S -. M 9 tpMaEbKks d"-9 i7-'CJ-rt-SE V-SSS1 nrvrr. tit:s & vtilson, Poet ' .o.i M"s, Indian rprtnta, I T Ifr side miilK pwralie. "" ri'l Homan cross. -, ,fn r,j , U t : s ,Ja VT i r ,.f- ,j rh 9w' f I JT li B i5i vf'-Md. h abov- are additional ' 'iiid CHEYENN. & ARAPAHOE W.ENtY HERD. R. P Cou.rx. la change. Rnce ChTeaaA ir. .,-. . -.ww rMMVM. 1.1. CatUe branded like this anywhere en rtght side All carrea branded me rtth V M left Jaw. Pdcffice addrp-5 Darilagnw listen Tor. -& -KSS A y WW3TX BH3.. 2s4eF ,... ' T K fTrJ K -l TT7VVT;rPU uw t nAi'rn mi 'smrhi i rv vii i i . fii.v iv-?lj rork Rncto dun ter. , jfcSfiave at present .' irirh-vrado and pedigreed Short-Horn WSSiJ SMP...

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 April 1885

hQ wwafyasfflajfccatfcafcttaev Household Goods For Salo. WWKBBKffHMFWBfjfiBjy'CJiJKJBI iiuuiujijuilmwjj y ,mmmm " "? I THE CUBE IE TRANSPORTER, Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. c&cyeMic and Aiapalios Aasncy. DAllLiHGTDN, no. TER. Al'UlL 15, 1K85. Entered at tho roslonleoal Darlington, as second clust matter. J IdissA.C Kablo, or tho Cheyenne acho-d, oliVrs for salo her new piano. Tho woll7iuTu3 boot bsne corral has been cleaned out and n now pump) plucodin ordur by Agent Dyer. jlolh Goorgo and Jloberi Ucnl arc oponing up farms near llie Agency with their Choy on no brethren. Jfctch will plant largo Holds ot corn. ' . The spring round-up on Uio leased portion u litis reservation will bo coinmonoed oji 31 ny 10 at tho raneli of the Word Bugbco Cattlo Co. JJy tlial time grass on Ihoo rang es will bo up In good yhapc. Tho grass-on the 'ranges i now Mifllciontly long to afford fair grazing for horso stock, and parties just in from tho various ranges say both cattlo and horsea a...

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 April 1885

HACK AGAIN! The chill snows lingered, the spring was Mc. Jt nccmcd it wcurlful while to wait For wnrmlh, ami fnigrnnco, and boiiic, and flowerd, "' And buliiiy airs and delicious showers. But we bided our time, and with patient eyes Wc watched the slow relenting aklc, Till al lust one April morning we woke lo lltid wo were free of the winter's yoke, And a rush or wlnga through the rushing rain 1 old us the birds wete back nculii. A joyous tumult we heard aloft Clear, rippling music and ilutterlngs soft. So light of heart and so light of w.'ng, All hope of sniniiier, delight of spring, .Thev seemed to utter with voices sweet, Upborne on their airy pinions licet. Dal'.ty, delicate, lovely things! Would that my thought-?, like vou, had wings To match your trruce, your clmYm, your cheer, lour line, melodious i.tmosphcre I Precious nrd beautiful gifts of God, Scattered through heaven and earth abroad 1 "Who. ungrateful, would do vou wrong, Check your llightand your golden song? 0 friendl...

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 April 1885

loS It' l ft I A NOTABLE ORCHESTRA. The Remarkable Organization Which Hans von IJulow Effected ait Mclningon. Hans von Bulow is roportod to hnvo resigned his appointment at kappol mcistcr to that eminent patron of the arts, tho duko of Saxo-Moiningen, in order to rosumo Jiis piano concerts. He docs not leave Meiningen, however, without having accomplished an ex traordinary work. Says Edouard Hanslick, tho famous Vienna critic; "Through Bulow tho Meiningen or chestra lias become a prominent fact, analogous to tho Meiningen theater, which, without any' groat stars, has created such an extraordinary sensa tion overywhoro by its wonderful en semble. In its precision down to tho smallest detail, tho Meiningen orches tra is unsurpased, we might say une qualed, by any orchestra in tho world. The Moiningors will not iind many imitators of tho waiy in which they play tho accompaniments to Brahms' D minor concorto more like a great symphony than an accompaniment without a conductor, while Bul...

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 April 1885

jS&SuSgSgS - - ..... .., ...... .umm.i f.Aik. M.t m.wwpwn ?- ;-' ". 7 , f T .' I ! I I I I. I, I, . I ' T. CONNELL, Vnnva rAtlnnor)r1lnrnkr Indian Titrrltnrr. - . . . JOHN P. I3AIRD, J oslcflke address, Darlington,. Indian Territory OTIIKK MKANDH : .. -M I IipitSB iirAyps MpM )i rill Lincoln in charge, i "vJTv- J- v zzz: X-iT :mll .I .miL UVvX , . in. - jl jlSs , 'tti -Mcrn nT rs, -lels E&fl a 'Vtf' Jt x --- '-- - s: jfk iks ks ihi MmT . m - xx .& 1 v" . m r - -w a &v o a kji . iWMaf I IBBBWitVth. V X mm rmim iemhi Xv rh TILL IjycOLX. .v . . Hhv bbBbBb ' Anything yau niay'tieed,; and if it io in tlio ordiharlino it will bo Promptly -Furnished You At -Lowest Possi ble- Rates; A.ny thing we 'do not Keep in 'Stock we will cheer fully Order Tor You. wmkLm ONNBLL, (Successor to GEO. E. REYITOLBS & CO.) P. STEWART. Hange on Red Rock, I T. ,011 both Fides. Sorae6nl on lift sld or hip. So: w::b bar on left hip, and a half circle I on both sides. Sonse with III (three bar...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

ILm. a I iw dco. W. M.l-r.T, Proprietor. (Est.vulisii:d, 1879,): Laif. Mbrritt, local Editor. rfon 6" D ARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITCW : APRIL 30, d885. No. ii wjtaeaj w3agygrMrif!iJCt;'M 11 : .in lllunJ.v.JAiuvBJl-.JLsawXg :imii w ,v jrragaaiaBff iiwiwt-ui.cxTwijLairinwiiKiiiiriwii'',;tirity:,;riji u? -ft- A .'! I ; H m IB ) A 1 ff M TOWNSEND & riCKKTT. ' POs t-oiilcc, Sac ami Fox Agency, Indian Ten T I . . . mlL.r- jjjMi jmjy TJrlflCSrw r-iTr-M Mea Richard King, one of the oldest and wealthiest e;tt:cneu of the country died In Texas on the 1Mb.. B'g Mouth, on" of (lie Arapahoe ohlors, Is doad. In tho early days ho was a biavo warrior, and his 1 ink gave him soma notoriety. Sumo on both sides I Same on b jlh Ilorso brand, IOA on hip Various earmarks and old brauds; range on Iowa reservation. BJaP mjl4HK?X ?immmiA J. II. WATERS, Fort Bono, I. T. Additional brand JAMES II. BOMB, A notice from Valley Falls, Kansas, announces th tth on the 18th of P. G. Scott at that place, lie r.vMa n...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

THE CHEYENNE TUISFBHTEB. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOU11NAL.) Geo. W. Maffet, Editor & l'ropr. Lafe Mehuitt, Local Editor. HubEcriptlon, $1 per Year in Advance. Cheyenne & A'apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. MINOR MENTION. TnE act establishing tho 0 ponny rato for domestic telegrams in Great Britain goes into operation next Au gust. Guzman Blanco, tho uncrowned king of Venezuela, can not bo mado president because tho constitution pre vents any man from holding the oflico twice, but ho has had control of tho elected president at each election since 1872. Ho has had three bronze statues erected to his own honor. Edmund Clarence Stedman is ac work on a book devoted to critcisms of American poets. It will bo a review .of tho rise and courso of poetry in the United States, and will includo chapters on Bryaut, Longfellow, Emerson, Poo, Whittier, Whitman, Holmes, Lowell, Taylor and others. Mn. Gilueht, the author of comic operas, achieves his success only after iufinito labor. Before ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

V mjm ! ft ! II t it i 'IT IC FAKMANDtiAllDEN. Topics of General Utility tothollusbniulnuui. How to Grow Grapes. Mr. Kramer recently read a paper beforo the La Crosso Horticultural So ciety on grape growing. Of the dif ferent ways of proparining the ground lie said the best way is to make a trench twenty inches deep and lay the soil on the down-hill side (supposing it to bo on a slope). Then put wood mold, leaves and small twigs on the bottom of the ditch. Begin another similar trench on the other side, throw ing the earth into the lirst trench, continuing in this manner until the ground is all spadod'ovor alike, Murk your ground for grape vines an rows eight feet apart each way. Dig the holes for the roots in the fall beiore the ground freezes, as the soil thrown out will be much better for the new roots after it has been frozen and thawed. Make the holes from fourteen to sixteen inches deep and eighteen inches across. In setting the roots the following spring, see that mellow rich...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

-zT3jrAmrtfcrMmmii i vrltrjBaivmivnvsem&X!rrxmsss: hie cnEraiE transporter. -- Subscription, $1 Per Yoar, in Advance. I 1 .11 I i - l ..... i M Cheyenne dim Arapatioe Agency, dablinoto m. teh. onwwwwv flfNPfflNfeflB -M rftrtPj ft: k' PI BW ' iPir ilflfcyjft('i fiBl ' 7 Tim Land utd ' .t'J ; t,.' p;'r S:r:'f j.-Viir. J 'V, 'V.T " ! If i ' n 4 J A. WJTZLEUEN. B. W. KEY. I.- i -( , tlMrHmmirri p v . A', r. l.iw Aliii'M(ii Pn, uhm ;. ir l" K. U Hr:..M c i I'Vit ' !n, i!f fir . crri fha nd.' it . i if mi ' A ! D 'i ' ' J V 4 L i; i ? ,i N F?M. w lorn iiac?. AU'!;, cw .ua undtr bU it rdk o;h. ors Uranft awno ai cnttU, on rht hip. K. !:. WILSON, Manager. WPsjg85S (lKOIMiK REYNOLDS. (colored) Horned UlMUhouUer. Ranch on Hitter crwk. J'oUinicetHverCILr, Indian Tcry ISAAC k. iiKUttY, OMUT. Indian Torry Soiup likeculon both kI'I'1 ol imlni.'il. Ranch on i.'lmiuron rlvor, 1 T I will jmy mty dulltirs reward for ovldencr of" unjnuo making uwny with r tif.uiojini; above sloclc. ttd-Caltlo JlnK...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

DO I I lr L' jj ft Geo. V. iMai i : r, V" ;r:elor. (KSWtLISIlED, 1879.) Lait. MrKKifT,' Local Editor, h ! i i 1 ft'j Vol. 6 Darlington, Indian Territory: April so. 1886. 7 - . $22,820.00 FIRE LOSSES PAID V,Y A. A. MQAR? k GO,, General InsiiraBea ipfs, and Adjusters nf Uio Phanix, of London, Insurance Co. North Amotion. Pennsylvania Fire, Sprimrn Id Fire :mk1 Marine, Phu-niN, oi" Brooklyn, GeiiiMii-Anioricnn, 'Coraanercian Vmnn of London, Susquehanna Fire, Phoenix, of Hartford, Crescent, of K ew Orleanse, Ningra Fire, Travelers Life and Fire, Equitable Life, of N. Y. City. $$kFA11 honest Iosfcs promptly paid and adjusted through our OSes at Muskugie, Indian Tewiiory Al Heitkam, 'CloUutF, ImM Tailor Meats' Fnniihor Opposite Opera Uduse, AhKAN-A.- CI TV, KANSAS. Prompt i.itcntJon Etvon totoidcia Horn the Tonl tory, aurt pationape solicited. HEADQrAKTEIfS FUJI RANCH and OTHER SUPPLIES! K3r keep constantly on hand u very lar, e sup ply of overjthing needed en the ranch, trail or In famil...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 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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