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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

6 7 tmemrwvtzo&MS&esSm'ii&mriSil ivrm.njmm "THE fflHBIE TWffiHB - rr tit it Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Clieyenne anil ArapahoB Agcnr, PAracM, m tfp. aTRII, 30, 1SX3. i 'it . n.-r;lle Death.. r 1m the. lives of thos who v. K j. '-ii ".ur.h'-y v, jiur3Mih ahorrinlo dt albas tha wnleh occurred on Thuradny last in a nm ml up party a a lino camp ot the flying V ranch, about thirty milos west of liio Apcjuy. The round-up parly consistod ot c.ic ten or fifteen men, ami the subject of t i;i ni tiele i tlri death by poisoning ol one Entered at the rostolHoo at Palliation, a I tll(' l! mbev of the party. For several days Win. Stockwcll had boon chilling and on rTawffiayrwywrewwMS mifwwvtftijfMviHx?JW3gy tvv,,irera"-'f5ffy,,''t,r Headquarters for C-xtUomon. A lartfo no v. Mock ol steNou' cowboy nats, cowmen's leIn, spur, -iddles, etc., etc., u I. Council's popular ilcadiiuartcr tor cat- llcmen. stop with mo when tit tho Agoney. tBSBESKr Jlbh&M, second class mattor. ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

! N 5 tf. SWUNG AND AUTUMN. From the southland cntno a songbird, Flying in tho golden springtime, Hoarlni; on the clouds at morning, Singing lo tlu'sunub 110011111110, Cbanting bo tlio stars ut oven: Hang he loud with joy exultant, Sang ho low Tor love of God. Ah 1 Ihou hapless little eongblrd, Whore are now thy Bongs of springtime? Where are now thy lllghts at dawning? Throbs thy heart no moro at noontime; Chanteat thou no moro at even; Hushed and dead thy song exultant. Ah I the pathless ways of Clod I Win. J. DiiMjclt, in The Current, , MATTIE VAN WYCK'S STORY. The lire burned low in tlio little homo of the Van Wyok's; nothing was heard but the ticking of the cloelc and Iho purring of tlio old gray eat. Tho night was frosty without, tho tall pino trees east their long shadows across tho snow; everything seemed tranquil to Mattio Van Wyek as she looked out of tho window, then going back to the stove stirred tlio scanty tire. Tho Van Wycks were ery well-to-do a fow years back, Mr. ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

6 THE CENSUS OF JIANUFAOTUKES. Gen. Wnlher'a Dcfcnso ot tho Census of lfllJO in a Lecture nt Boston. Tho subject of last evening's Lowell institute lecture by President Walker, of the Institute of Technology, wns the census as related to manufactures. Ho began by noting- the fact that prior to the date of independence there wcro almost no manufactures in this coun try, in the sense in which that word is now used. Every discouragement had been put upon them by tho British government during the colonial period. Legal restrictions and prohibitions were numerous, going even to tho ex tent of forbidding the transportation of certain manufactured goods from one colony to another. Under such a policy long continued, tho United States, he said, were not prepared, upon attaining the solo control of their own ail'airs, to enter upon manu facturing in any extensive way, even if the capital for such an enterprise had been at command. Tho nrmvth of a manufacturing system is a process which takes...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 April 1885

&iiXSfinttltfc35i&SSSSg kiett MainafetfM tiiriSf irii"rt;iTi"iniin"iiiiiir Vi' r,nf-a"",t" " J :! T. CONNELL, Range Cottonwood creek, Indian Territory. Till Lincoln In charge. f . JOHN J'. BAIItD, rostoflko addict, Darlington, Indian TorrOtff jr" - . C5-Q 'i - j SLr'f" "" ' aT . -i- Mli mm Mm xMaffii Z w 11 A s HTfH i BfB M 3 & VI mw . Jii weMs&zffim 1TLI IIX(OrA. "S" .V T rs r , . jw gm fl! ' ' , VI fill iffli n -rVt1-iS'1Jt-S Anything you may nee3, and if it ifl in thd ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Furnished' You ' At' Lowest Possible Rates, Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for. Yon. ,wr ! HtfYfCflr m OONNELL ? P. STEWART. Range on Red-Rock, a IT. .On both sides. ' !& Homo. only on left siff' -v or hln. Fonio wUJj bur on left hip, mid a nail circle J on both Mdes. Somowllhlll (tin eo burs) only on left hip. PosU.JU c addr , Wellington, Kans. McKENNEY, OVER & CO Curap Supply. I.T. cuttle range on Heaver creek. niUlo branded on b...

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 May 1885

"Geo. W. Mafkbt, Proprietor. (12STAULI.SI1ED, 1879O JAI'B MllUlUTT, Local IvlitOI. Vol.6 mmmig Thoio Is an unusually heavy calf crop en our ranges this spring. Tlio Winnebago Indians are 011 the war path, and the citizens of the :urroun.ing country are aiming themsolves for the emergency. A nies nigohas beoisent Cccietary Lnir.ar aWng him In tho name o Justice to r:otect the bettors. Darlington, Indian Territory : May 16, 1885. No. Tho general round-up or the ringes In this vi cinity is pion-csslr.gn'.-Hy .though' be hoys have experienced considerable Nulweatlnr for over a week. Tho main tc j is.... w worl-'i'S down tho rlvor, whllo tho sub ;i i-i.n3 we Lv.eeplng the rangos In various part., i r 'he icaulry. rPXJtmmJi-J.Tmt-THi'35.L i u. m&ntiwrBieapt: 1TA1135W3SL-L J Tho Ball and Bsuiquab. Tauuiju jjia jwHttBJimJii'.ncipcguaiua bbjh "mjjjhi uroen Ur. jjumju61.ju iXJrjjmnjj jjumu'-iin It scorns that tho norUiun Chenrmo Indians on the ltoscbud Uesorvalioii In Mor.tniia aro not 1 ...

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 May 1885

HIE GBETEaiE TRUSrOHTEfL (INDIAN AND STqCIC JOURNAL.) Ono. W. Maffkt, Editor & l'ropr. Lafe Mkiihitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. Cheyenne & A'apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. minor MENTION. Boston girls fasten their spoctaclos to their ears when they go roller skating. Mus. Sknatoii Edmunds has sent a 50 check to tho Methodist mission af; Ogdon, Utah. Miss Kate Field has not yet given up all hope of being appointed gov ernor of Utah. Queen Victoria has decilod to change her will on account of a brand new grandson. It is said that as there are about 3,000 different languages a woman need novcr bo at a loss for words. A Washington correspondent writes that Senator Wado Hampton is smit ten with the charms of llhea, tho French actress. Wiiitelaw Ueid has had his bust cut in marble, but finds much fault with tho artist because ho didn't pad out the cheeks. The celebration of tho 250th anni versary of tho Boston Latin school, April 23, will bo a nota...

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 May 1885

r0 RAItE AMERICAN BOORS. f ho History of Printing on This Sido of tho Atlantic Homo Curious Works. A plain sign hanging over the en trance to a narrow stairway on Nassau street reads: "Hiiro American Books." A long, narrow room in the rear of tho second story of tho building contains tho stock to which the sign refers. When asked yesterday by a roportcr for The Mail and Express wlion book printing was first done on tho Ameri can continent, tho proprietor of this book-store said: "Printing on this side of tho Atlan tic was first done in Mexico in 1536. Tho earliest American book extant is dated 1539. It is a doctrine of faith of tho Roman Catholic church, entitled Doetrina Christiana,' and was printed in Mexico in tho Spanish language. Another book to bo numbered among tho oldest printed in America is a Mexican vocabulary, a dictionary of native Spanish and Mexican. It was printed in 1571. "In the United States tho first print ing done was in 1039. In this year Freeman's "Oath" and "...

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 May 1885

r.neWrCM'crsi MmihlUMWW MUIKIH.B.Ilim..l BMWirtBW.m igggSggi3S IK am HUMSF0KIOL Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, - ftueiae and Arapalios Agency, DARL1NUT0N, IND, TER, .rfit"tirtv9 Tcicas Lund and CATTLS comir-LI, am - vw KT.r.ywt: h i rEagteCElfiT and Cimarron Rivers, w Km v o. KJlfma Km, ft Rivers, Kftnnr.s city. Mo. A,fk i -V SRgy, rands on elf 'wr hip, sldo or both, known ns tha ITS brand. Old murk, swallow foik In riant : no (Md uudor bit In loft ADDITIONAL, BRANDS. XBoth elde.. Mark, crop and under bit la both. out brand flame as cattle, on right hip. E. E. -WILSON, Manager. A. WITZLEBEN. fti KISY WITZLEBEN & KEY, SUCCESSORS TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KANSAS, Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. !UH KTZ3P W IUHWH IIIITWWBgClwmWMrWWi .-RJC-A.n.TS-A-S CITY CANAL MILLS. V! ' I"! ("'), V Postoit.cc addict, Dar.lnf.vu, t u.in T:r.,tory. r Z. "7- rmsii S2& kH. v '&fl3Pn C I have lost a number of horsrs In those brands, and round-up parlies aro...

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 May 1885

7 TRANSPORTER. CHEYE Geo. W. Mafpist, Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, JS79.) TwM'K Mkruiit, Iocyixl Editor, y .t-- . Vol.6 Darlington, Indian Territory: May -16, 1885. NO. 16. (MM wwjHBCwtraKra&waxTigiMUjaiMU.ai vjj '.'ijgn h&Kmyd a -L 1 JK A EVANS BROS, & COTTON, Military Traders. TOWNSKND & PICKETT. Fost-ofllco, Sac and Ko Agonoy, Indian Torrltory. 7 MR I I $22,820.00 FIRE LOSSES PAID BY A. A. BSQABT & GO., Genera! Insurance Apis, and Adjusters of the Phcrnix, of London, Insurance Co. North America. Pennsylvania Fire, Springfield Fire and Mariner, Phoenix, of Brooklyn, German-American, Commercial) Union of London, Susquehanna Fire, Phoenix, of Hartford, Crescent, of Now Orleanse, Niopra Fire, Travelers Life and Fire,. Equitable Life, of N. Y. City. $?" All Iioncst losses promptly psiicl and adjusted through our Office at Huskogee, Iiiil&n Territory' Al. Heitkam, Clothierf Merchant Tailor & Ms' Furnisher Opposite Opera House, ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS.. Prompt att...

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 May 1885

'jl. emma iniumgMggraftwiret iniu hi i f. .A tmrnWMHWMMM! .. n. - -..-" ii nnlii.ii iiin"lfc miiiiiii mm i - ! i ! mmtrmmmmi i ! iiimh. '' "' --- MUSCATINE CATTLE CO. W II LockrlUgo, f o; man Cuniomnont, Indian Tor Q J. 11. SEGKU, Darlington, I T t un Ml OTHKlt IWANHS : 10 loft sldo una 01 on Bht sldo; LO no zw rT right, side find U on lft nock. '. -FA fa Ilorso brand 7M on One Hundred and Ten Fine Bulls ! Hip. EJH V AT 17 t 7nK- CT riii rm i ml m j if; w l1JJLj! bHZVS'" ' " -IT.' - vVSH . -rTrMJJN J.iMlJ W 1 'JW,Ciwfg4"i(k1X 4k 1M' .' ''. I iv W: .'.A k-v . ,,- !f-i V -4 if .' V K: 1IKW1NS, TITUS & WILSON, Post-ofllco address. Indian Springs, I T Lort sldo mallet, parallel bars and itoman cross. Both sides and 8. ItlKhtsldoVT. on left side. EH nssag: loft side, brands. ho abovo are additional CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. It. P. Collins, In charge . -- itnnrrA fihnvrmnn .v. Ar- apahoo resorvallon, I. T. Cattle branded llko this KrsBVltEvPii SLJ v3 anywhere on right sldo....

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 May 1885

1J- UKBMnwsafHxsvrP'.-cSWBrarT'"- ,-, viwrv4mgmmwiiamauur7STKx M HIE1E TMBWUTa Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. ..... Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency. DARLIHQTOR. INF. TEH. MAY 15, 1885. Entered at tho PostofUco at Darlington, as second class mutter. tstpwiti "y'g'' iuww Personal. elms, II. Cotton wont north last week on lo gal business. E. Torre jy Esq., of Providonco, Hhodo Is land, came on last week to look after lti3 cat tle interests hero. John Bilby, ono of Walker's head men, was seriously injured last week by a falling horse, Ho was taken- to the hospital, where he is now under treatment. W. W, Charles has purchased of Collin? & Samson tho residence known us the Keller property. Mr. Charles is painting and oth- crwisc Improving the game. W. T.'IIavord, after' having given tnc sub ject a close inspection, thinks the loss of cat tle on these ranges tho past winter will not . exceed six per cent. This ia encouraging to stock ownors. Cattlemen are also happy that the calf ...

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 May 1885

SIJNKISK ON TllK SEA, lllijh title nnd BUnrlsc on llic son, Spring tide nnd day's first dnwn: A dny liUe this once came to ino In years forever gone. Tlie crimson streak that llolh low Above the ocenn's breast, , Shone on that sea of long ago, I And memory may not rest. TIb like the opening of a book Whoso leaves were closed by hands Jjong cold. And dear dead face? look In mine from silent lands', And in my beait awakes a thrill As of some gnat regret So i)nsslon-6trong thr.t my proud will Must all Us pride forget, And hot tears till my eyes until My quivering face Is wet. llltfli tide and Btmrlsi on the sea, Springtide and day's first dnwn; The rosy light was gloom to me For all it lestul on. A dead hand clasped within my own A dead fneo raised to m'.nc, And on that face already shono A glory most divine; And far away uprose a moan From ocean's crimson line. Sunrise, sunset, or ebb or fiow- What matters It to nie'i And what if days of long ago Hclurn upon the sea? The waves that fo...

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 May 1885

73 t-uuixi-'jaonniaeM hjulujit mam QUEER THINGS IN TItADE. Whence Comes the Raw Material for the American Girl's uliewing-tium-Peculiar Phrases of Commcrco In South Ameri can Countries. If anybody imagines that the Vassar girl is not a groat factor in tho cora niorco of this country, writes a Wash ington correspondent to The SI. Louis Gwbe-J)cmocral, ho will bo astonished to learn that during tho year 1881 tho republic of Mexico exported $134, 537. G5 worth of chewing-gum, nearly all of which came to Pittsburgh for manu facture, and during the fourth quarter of last year alone exports from Mexico of this enchanting raw material amounted to 41,233.70. When tho public understands that the caoutchouc exports during tho past year only reached $202,490.09, and for the last quarter only $46,459. 1G, it will begin to appreciate tho exciting race uo twocn'tho rubber goods and chewing gum furnished by tho Aztec country. According to Minister Morgan, our total imports from Mexico for the last...

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 May 1885

- .,.. i, -. itn ii n riKMri r finrTrrt 1 r - m 1 1 ti , , i . .. vWjwMffM'BwinCtty mjHrw'aiJMiuawaaawBMtrTiirwnBffZiMwiiiiiT-'"-'-- --- -." i-7 nm - - am in iiw mii wiiii i !! i ii T. CONNKLL, Range Cottonwood crnek, Indian Territory. Till Lincoln In charge. VS2S3GA w-nrcn vjh w& aa : Ma9 aJk 5S5m. it'. . rw TILL UN( oI.. OiSffiasrar' j.ii P. STEWART, T?am;e on Red Rock, I T. On both sldoa. Seme only on loft sld or hip. Some with bur on left hip, and a half circle I on both fides. Some Willi II r (three bars) only on left hip. Pustoftlee address, "Wellington, Kims. gfewicva. JOHN P. 13AI11D, Postollloo address, Darlington, Indian Torrltqry IGrO TO: j? . if A ft V A't Cn. 5v w 39E x'w-5 V 4. , T ."T MMMMMMI . Nit FOR - V' 8Rl5Hl i 3s&5&2f-i Anything you may need, and if it is in tho ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Purnisbod You k Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. OTII1.U littANDs : 1 &?A yzrxxvvsfs i,,'ii mw ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

Itf l HliT'Tsi "Txry"" 5M7r,i ",T""!' "T"'- J LijLA.JS kj.I I Jti 1 J J lio Geo. W. Ma ITT. i, Proprietor. (KSTAHUSIITI), 1S79.) Lakf. MEKRirr, Local Kli!m-. VOL.6 Darlington, Indian Territory : May 2o, 1386. No. 16. r?onwtfywjLr'Cffmaxw'JiiJ,ii t.iu 'AjJttxaMxamtrx3rsntiPKKmatacsxamiwmiLi.i . . ' '.t.iJ.ajLS-v uwwm: ..m.nj.. mm w."ii jjb laiw i iii ju jluum John II. Oberly, o illinolr, is the newly ap pointed Inspector of Indian .'jhooh, vice J.M, llawoilli, of Kansas, doeeasod. The Worl-Bngl.eo Gallic Co., who have a range on the lcnsh portion of this reservation, have Just added fi.OOO one and two year olds to their range. Tliu cattlo were bought in Texas at 10.50 and $14.50 per he&d. Tho good seed las begun to spiout and before lho summer teovcr there villi be a fine crop of bridges growing over a? I tuc m ...j 11 streams botwoen here and Fort Reno, Indian Tenitory. Tho result ol tho cilort made last winter for a military road across tho B. I. T. It will only he a question o...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

HE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTEB. (INDIAN AND SOOK JOUItNAL.) Geo. W. Maffet, Editor & 1'rowr. Lapk Mkkiutt, Local Editor. Hubecription, $1 per Year in Advance. Cayenne & A'apahoc Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. MINOR MENTION. THE STOCKING QUESTION. Miss Elizabeth Stuart PnELrsstil fcufloi'rf from insomnia. Henry Beroii is opposed to Scotch torrior.3 kissing Indies on the checks, because cosmetics have a deleterious e fleet. Cai't. Cyrus Sturdkvant, who help ed to convert Francis Murpliy, is hold ing revival mootings in New Hamp shire towns. Eighteen or twenty years ago Judge Endicotl, the now secretary of war, was a proud expert in amateur photography. The 'goose" that belonged to An drow Johnson, when lie was a tailor in Greenville, Tcnn.. is on exhibition at New Orleans. Mu. Henry Villakd recently aU tended tho dedication of the Diakonis scn house founded by him at Spcyer, Germany. The building will aflbrd ample accommodation for lifly pa tients and ono hundred Sisters of Charitv....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

7 S Matt A PEERLESS I'RAIKIE LAND. The Wonders of Dakota Sot Forth by Colonel 1'at. Doiuui. On Wednesday last Dakota's exhibit -at New Orleans was turned over to the general management of the Exposi tion. Colonel Pat. Domin was the orator of the occasion. He is tho man who claims to have written Proctor Knott's celebrated speech. The intro ductory part of his breezy address is given below: Mr. Commissioner General and La dies and Gentlemen Ln his short but eloquent address Colonel Howard has struck the keynote of all Dakota's longings and labors her right to Statehood, and the wrong of denying it. The pleasant duty has been' en trusted to me to-day of throwing open Dakota's exhibit to the world and formally turning it over to the man agement of this wondrous Exposition. In doing so it seems not only fitting, "but necessary, that I should speak for a few moments of the great Territory to which 1 bear a proud allegiance". But, two dillic ul tics confront me at the outset there is noth...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

mmamerrmmrnau&mMmmm THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, .t.t Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. V-4 Wenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, ter. Texas Land and Bn IT fif"' frj I a. witblemsn. iiiiw iiiiWWiPHi n irnjnag3CTMe inmrnwpw iwwiiufayy GEO, W. MAFFET, B. W. KEY. WITZLEBEN & KEY, SUCCESSORS TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KANSAS, Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. CANAL MILLS, Postofilco address, Darlington, Indian Territory. lJL7k mmmm mmmmm. MH .;i:uDtsrs.s city pranda on cFHer hip, nldo or both, known as the XB brand, Old mark, swallow fork In right : now Md under bit In loft. ADDITIONAL, BRANDS. ZBoth sldti. Hark, crop and under bit ! botk. Korie brand laxno as cattle, on right hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, Gon'l manager, Choyonne. Wyoming. U. 7.1. Allen, Assist Manager. Mobeetle, Toxas. V. M. AYKES, Proprietor. I desire to call the attention of the flonr .dealers and oonsumois to the fact, namely : I have made n cha...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

Ik "np. -v-- ruimom " . w " ., H- - - -. 3k T IS?. fr W W ! kJA J II J Geo. V v , ' :)ii. v,r (KSTATJLTSHE1"), 1X79.) l.WF. Mkrritt, Lecal Editor. A J Jl8 Jm JL w J. -JL. Vol. p, ; mniiiBvgtwwa . .- f D T.-NGTON, INDTAN TERRITORY : MAY 20, 188b. . i"nrrr; 122,620.00 HBE LOSSES I'Arn i:v A, A. UNCART k C0M General Insurant Agents, and Adjusters of the. Pheenix, of London, IriHuranre G. North Americn. Pennsylvania FLv, Springfield Fire and Marine, Phfpnix, of Brooklyn, German-American, Commercial! Union of London, Susquehanna Fire, Phoenix, of Hartford, Crescent, of Now Orloaneo, Nian;ra Fire, Tnu filers Life and Fire, Equitable Lif. of N. Y. City. jBttPAll honest losses promptly paid and adjusted through our flfflw at KuhgM, Indian Tmioy Al. Heftkam, Clothitr. ifachait Tsl ft tati' Finiito Opposite opera House, ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Prompt attention glvon toSordGra from the Terri tory, andJpaUoiiaga solicited. HnADrAKTKli!-) FOTt RANBH and OTHER SUPPLIES! EST"! Iceop constantly cu h...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 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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