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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

rj r " "' . t -- " " ifitMi t-r - - -f-ri-- ---1 -m i--i TIE CHEVEHNE 1BUSFWIER. $31,000.00 ! Headquarters for Cattlemen. (I W. A1IT.I.FH. Wm. n11o m,, in ihar'TO. PostofiVc, iiuunwit Kmis.i.s, Ham:" rfall Fork, Indian TcirItoi. A large new stock of Stetson cowboy ,mttf OQwmon's legging, spin's, saddles, etc., etc., at T. ConnplP popular Headquarters for cat Uoinen. Stop with me when at the Agency. FHASEH & OIU'llN, -- '.-Subscription, 1 Per Year, in Advance. , To the Clioyeimes & Junipuhocs Scjni-Aniiunlly ! in ' --- jE . umiWm fi I Jr ?; Cayenne and Arapahoe Agency, flAPiLlMftTON.ip.TER. MAY 25, 1S85. 'SjJnlcL'Ocl attho Postofrieoatr)aiAinglon,.iMi second class matter. " wyj c&br30i Tho addition to Col. Dyor'a ofllcc is about toomploted. Little -Edna Keller suffered tho pain of a broken urm by fulling from a stair way last week. Goorge II. Johnson has in a fiokl of twenty , acres of corn on Kingfisher, and ho reporlu tit growing rapidly. A now coach has been placed on ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

"PAPA CAN'T FIND m" No little fitens do I hour In the hull; Only u sweet silver laugh, that is all. No (llmplcd arms round my neck hold mc tight; I've Inn a glimpse of two cyc veiy bright, Two little lianas a wee fnce try to screen, lhiby Is hiding that's plain to he Been. "Whore la my precious I've missed nil day" "Pupa can't flint mcl" I ho pretty lips say. "Dear mcl 1 wonder where baby can bo" Then J go by, mid pretend notto'aee. "Not In the parlor and not on the stairs) Then 1 must peep under the sof i and chairs I" The dear little lozue In now laughing outright; Two little arms round my iwck clasp mc tight, Home will Inde.'d he sad, weaty and lone, When papa can't find you, my darling, my own. I M. -- -...I. "SHUTTING OUT UAUK." "Wo may open the door to our neighbors, And open ill" door to our friends; We may entertain gu sts at our tabic, While friendship with courtesy blemla; "We may gather our dear ones about us Our helpmeet and children so fair Hut let us forget not to bani...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

n7 A GUM ARABIC FAMINE. The Sticky Material Advancing in Trice To lie Swept from Trade if tho Mehui'p Re bellion Succeeds. The war in tho Soudnn has seriously affected tho trade in gum arabic. Prices have already more than doubled, and since tho supply of this article is drawn wholly from the country in tho mohdi's possession, a continuance of tho trouble for a much longer period will result in a gum arabic famine. Previous to tho bombardment of Alex andria by the British licet the supply of the gum was abundant and prices were exceptionally low, ranging from 9 to 10 cents a pound for ordinary sorts gum arabic that is, tho gum as gathered without subsequent prepara tion for market. After tho bombard ment tho prices advanced to 12 and 15 cents a pound, tho nativo dealers be lieving that the war then beginning would intorrupt the shipment of gum from the interior. Subsequently El Mehdi out off communication betwoon the Soudan and tho seaboard and, his followers having possession of th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 May 1885

in9kjiiiwmtimiistHimum'iiKt.i'v.it'evw3-'HHar'K,iA' wreSCTMiiaaacgytbannrtfrt immmr 'J'. CONNJUM,, ItaiiKO Cottonwood eruulc, HulUili 1 unllory. Till Lincoln In charge. 1 ' i MrlY ffp -2Mi' 'i'r.fi f.i.ao;N CHEYENNE S. A1UPAT10E CATTLE CO (Mairrun) odOfllco address : 15. Kkni.on, Manager, Cantonmont, Indian Terr. SC3-0 TO yK iFORi iry a ii ,-n i - " -" " ' mi an m ii - ii i Anything you may neod, and if it is in the 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 You. .loiTN p. Bmn. jv u,n a wire-, DartlT'Rton, Indian Twrltory -nr.v otiiek muwns : fltfE1W'hHmy on loft sldo. two last brands on either hip. A. SI. WAlkkh, AKent, Darlington, I T FT1 ht3 CONMBL urmpra EssssaccSJ (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) &3X8ZTttXte7tt&2lMXXZrttfrtr,?VHXS l"$rne,nz!mc5rm?"Tr & Ws.t vrsrsw m twn -srsna "BCT HJLJLNbl JL-J?.J8L-J -jsc-asjaJELM jsc U f "-TTTurj-iirm jj n r:rpreCTrerjriCTitTyTC...

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 June 1885

- rt . - -rf v f FY'WT 11 T .iii w i I I i .A. J.J-i-1 J- Geo. W. JMaitit, Proprietor. (ESTAHLISIIKD, 1879) Lafk Miirritt,' Local Ettitor. VOL. 6 Darlington, Indian Territory: June 15, 1886. NO, 17. . wwwanrsaiim.,yai -jimn ;, h. g wtwu w.m ji . run mdK3ma.iaaagg tw.uji,u'.ii4Auta;mi'TsrasT .If! V J"-1KS v- ITT TH A WPORT"FK I n sH I n 0 3 1 v"- J D oL ft JL s y Tlio woll-known firm of Wltzloben & Key, of Caldwoll, havo opened a brunch hcuic at Kiowri, tO'catch their old cow-tiado. A cowboy In a recent Montana caae testified thai ivmaverlck la somebody tLo'a calf thut you got your brand on first. A report; which Is said to bo true, cotmss that the celebrated Torrltory outlaw, DloL. Glass, hna at last met his fate, nc waa killed last week In (ho Somlnolo Nation, whllo resisting arrest. Tlio lessees who leased for grazing purpose a portion of tho Sac and Fox rosoivathm are now fencing their range as lemiired or them In tho lease. Tho range la also being stocked. A small dolegatlon...

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 June 1885

IKE CHEIBKE TRANSPORTER. . (IKI)IAK AND STOCK JOUUKAL.) Gko. "W. Mafi-kt, Editor & Vropr. Lafc Mbkhitt, Local Editor. Kubrcriptlou, $1 per Yenr In Advance. Cheyenne & A apaiUce Agency, Darlington, Indian Tar. OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. Secretary Endicott is a voracious novel-doalor. Clara Louise Kellogg is singing in concord with Esther Jacobs, tho 'contralto, in tho intorior of Now York. TAKING THE CENSUS. Mk. Charles Loder, England's largest personal taxpayer, is assessed on property of that description at $15, 000,000. Thomas Garfield, a brother of tho late president, is enjoying life on a Michigan farm. Ho lias not appeared in public sinco tho lato president's funeral. Maiisiial MacMaiion is engaged in writing his memoirs, from tho small beginnings of his military career to his retirement from tho presidency of tho French republic. Friends of Samuel J. Tildon say that the Gramorcy park sago has developed a great love for canaries recently. An other thing that is dear to tho...

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 June 1885

KwnMiwftdH hi pi, ii i ii jiiwnifii w'4 n ih i"i 'lflf'"'i" tf-oiiKiwini.piimijfmm'Kny kkii l T THOMAS F. MARSHALL. Anecdotes of tho Most Brilliant Orator Ken tucky Has Produced Tho Crushing Defeat Ho Administered to a .Rival iiany Years Ago. I have alluded to John Quincy Ad ams, writes a correspondent to The Louisville Courier-Journal. His narao recalls that of Thomas F. Marshall, tho most brilliant man that even Kontucky has produced. Tn an evil hour Mar shall had a discussion with tho "old man eloquent1' upon a matter of fact, and as a result was badly worsted, a3 Henry Clay himself was worsted, by an aj)pcal to Adams' inevitable diary, which the ex-president invoked on all such occasions. Marshall was tho most eloquent man of his day. His speech had the dulcet sweetness of tho harp of Orpheus, and was as per suasivo as tho plea of Phryuo before the hostile court. It would have soft ened the marble bosom of Rhadaman thus and planted tho germ of morcy in his llinty heart. Marshall...

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 June 1885

ia snXarfr I a ' MMMlcC4'VWWMnMSfViHVIVMM0SaHillLVw4 fc' WWV ' .FVlfcTlJt C W W?II lit 4t4A fc i w THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, 1 Per Year, in Advance. v-v - t&tyw and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, 1ND, TEH A., WJT,LEIEN, n, w. key. WITZLEBEN- & KEY; sccnsssoits to 7pub Land and gyr: WfmiMpK ftp f Eagle Cliief and Cimarron Bl'roTw " I Jjl0. KXoif a Kxr ft Kaiu&i City. Mo. v '""ifc. , . mmmWmwP York-Parker-Drapjer Mercantile: Ca CALDWELL, KANSAS, GKEIIEjILj OUTFITTERS! Ranch. & Trail Supplies a Specialty. WO, W. MAEFET, Poslollicouddiess, DaiHriRton, Indian TmltOT. I rwMPtwii'i i wauiiti i ws1 j j ? ' "UVWJ'J ABKA3JTSAS OITY.CANAL MILLS. iJlXavsLVU S&2S3ls' SL'syiliavo lost n puinocr of hoises in t.nso brands, and round rip parlies mo requested to please briny In any Lioy in a;. !' l, or jio.t n whoso hands they see tuem. U'l apprcrht j any favors thus shown nu LYON .V TOW ER. Postolhco Red I 01k Ranch, MidUtn TenlM-p. Boit (Jrlfliu In cliTst. R-we on Ci...

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 June 1885

b.. iWiiniwWnIWWIMIlii j f , , riii 51T Li JL a .& Geo. W. MAi'MiT, Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) Lafr Meruit, Lcal Editor. gwn . wbici frtiwftijwawfcy ivn V In ! ; II Tin L f Jizfs.- I Vol.6 ' Darlington, Indian Territory: June 15, 1885. tmmPKvKmwawxs: '' wft.w i'urwr7rg;ggreCTTV'W'S3cr'MgTsrara; i,f n imiwi i mummi'ir 4Jj:z'riX&avvH?TA& No. 17. Masse $22,820.00 H8E LOSSES TAfD 3Y 1. A. MCfiffiT & GQ.r and Adjuster? of the Phajuijc, ui London, Tnaumnce Co. Korth A aierica Pennsylvania Five, Springfield Fe nd Marine, Phoenix, of Brooklyn. G erman- American, Crommcrcian TTnionof London, Susquehanna Fire, Phmnix, e Hartford, Crescent, of New Orleanse, Niap,ra Fire, Travelers Life and Fire, Equitable Life, of N, T. City. .$5&?A11 Jaoncpt 103VC" promptly pnicl nd udjiuied through our at SSu&kogedi Ii!u Territory- i o "SIT p. 'A CD C (ffifiaBSftj hiMMtti 9tmrmJ (TO .j 5 8 e lTPiitit n L r; o c O o -J v X. f-i M -1 w K. rn ALe Heitkam 5 5 r Oppc :tc o?c:a Eeufo,...

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 June 1885

fwwgreie'''-'''-:Wi,lWl''",MIMI'',w'"l!MI IVllllliiC A.LE ! y.L'ATfMS CATTLE CO v.. a'kor.raant, itullna Tti OIJIKR ltltAPD ! .1. 11. ffEGKK. DiirltnQloni 1 1 JO TcTt Diitfi (Villi 01 CU itlit Hlclo; LO no Ellon rrritfit aide nod U 1 i iv K. 7 FZ I Iloro brrrd ZU dn d ZU dn LIB On Hundred and Ten Fine Bulls ! 'l!i t r . t. . , !! immi il i i Tir "l III I ! JWIftT?rr.rvffi'l,r"'.-TTWretCCT - t"itb- j a rjtwOTM L n iiKiTOw3iTwjow..- -.-... .- - - - - .,. ; - -,-- -- -- 1 - . . - I iliv few i?nu u riii u - ii i r ii 4't; 4 F . ', -- Vt ' .' IN . HTIWTNS, TTUS A WIL8(N, J'e.o.TL'ordara-a. liu:...ifi;ri.i-'f I T J . -t ' mut?t, .tiullel t i"M'd Itoinan cross. una , vfiM 8 V 'it do VT. .xtV V r fiS tflid M 'A.W. A Hiwl1 Hit m Kilt SldO. 19 nbcvc aio additional CU.jror; & JUMFAUOB AGXNCV HERD. H. 1. Co -.:.":. In oiiurgo. Ranjo Cheyonno & Ar- niiRhcw isr?Mlon, l. T. .4iMTi JDrtK wAi'l!R5P-' Caitta Drandad lllrt tiiin aww war-.3SCi.''J vja.:v?jva- wavwvv' IVXT VftlVflTOVXIJ Sisjig? ...

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 June 1885

&- KSMMMIb' nMW $2- THE GHEVEHNE TRANSPOflTER, Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. m , i CheyenBe and Arapahoe Agency;- DARLINGTON, ihd. TEH. JUNE 15, 1885. Ent overt nttho PostolUcoatDarlinglon, as second class mutter. .A0,1""?" Frhlny tlo 12th, to Rev. anil Mrs. IT II. Votli, a girl baby. Dr. DcRra last week made a professional visit to Cantonment. Will Doty has commenced building for himself a. residence near Hubbell's. Geo. Bent has just bought a line team of blacks, for which he paid $300. The team isu line one, Chas. Smith is realizing a small fortune from hisllahory, supplying the Agency with fresh llsh. daily J.'G. Chapln left his Red Fork store long enough last week to come down and order a bill of job printing. Olio of the new government wind-mills is being placed in position, which will prove a great convenience to the Agency. The round-ups in thSs- section have boon completed save a fewranges. The boys had rough times this spring, owing to so 'much high water. Som...

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 June 1885

SUNSET. And now on my Inst cruise I go, And in a lonely quest; Yet the wind wakes ; the strong tides flow, Forever to the west. Good by 1 All wild and strange the sea, And pleasant is the shore: Hut though the coast be dear to mc, I shall return no more. Yet many a golden Isle may rise, And many a guiding star, Or happy shores of paradise, Where our beloved are. The eastern sky looks bleak and cold, but day Is nearly done: My boat rocks In a track of gold 1 follow the setting sun. Good by forever, Jove I and yet What may the darkness hide? 'On sea or land, If we two met, I should be satisfied. SIT. Kendall, in the jiragaztnc of Art. i - ,.- i i . , m BISMARCK. Evcryono thought mo a remarkable lucky youugstor whim I secured tho position of assistant oporator in tho littlo telegraph oflico at Ellicott, but I soon found out that Old Samp, as tho boys callod him, novor would bo in vited to join tho angel band if ho did not sandpaper oil tho ragged edges of liis uneven temper. Jacob Samp...

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 June 1885

tUj- !, fcfinTKn MkJta nlWllliill I.U.I HO..II..W. jmtti $3 FARM AND GARDEN. The Treatment of Uargct, nnd the Brush on Cows. Use of the wrong. Tho Treatment of Garget In Cows. Garget, or caked udder, which is known to medical men as Mammilis, or inflammation of the udder, is most common in tho spring, when the cows are about to come in. It pro vails more or less at all seasons, especially among large milkers and highly fed cows, and to some extent in cows that are badly cared for, and exposed to tho rigors of the weather. Tho first indication of it is hardness of the udder, and a stop page of tho How of milk, or tho ap pearance of thick, stringy matter, in place of tho milk. Somotimcs it ap pears in the form of a blood-like mat ter in the milk. This may not bo ap parent until the milk has been set for cream, when the red matter is found at tho bottom of the pan or pail. In very rare cases, nothing but a blood like" fluid is drawn from the teats, and this sometimes continues for week...

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 June 1885

ifiitii tfiii Ifomufrjatfau W. Ji. liobcrts k Son, T. CORNELL, ltanso Cottonwood creek, 2udUiu Territory. Till Lincoln In charge. GSO TO: J. A. McCor-' Dam net on, i. t lis ngo 'on Cot tonw ood1 n mi (jam 2)li6l! croiko KOAD 1)KAN1)3 in On left loin I -- - - . - . . - . r. n T r i - ii " - " - " I IT oil S Til L UXVOl S. '"S'X fifc 5 . u .. v ry a k m v 1 CHEYENNE V ARAPAHOE CATTLE CO. (I.IMITKO) o&bihco niilrof : K. Kknlon, MatiOffur, Cantonment, Indian Terry. 5 &SS&fcS&v&& nmi as Apple Brand. Hor?e Brand add:t"ukKU hiunus . s ? e s m The ubovo brands on elthor aide or hip. G3 on left aide. Anything you may nood, and if it ia in tho ordinary lino it will be Promptly Furnished- You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock ,we will -cheerfully Order for You. O -' on loft shouldr ana .u on icic shoulder and loin, JOHN T. BATRD, Postofllco nddross, Darlington, Indian Terrttoc. T CONNEEL, (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) x:isrx:E:.AJsr ...

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 June 1885

-.... . -,- W3Jii I il li Him H Vr Geo. YV. Maffkt. Proprietor. (12STAUL1S1IKD, 179 ) Lapt. MkrIuit, Local Ivlitor. Vol. 6 Darlington, Indian Territory : June 30, 1885. No. its. BmHMJL'Assi'tMUi-jtasrrymwuvssiui KaafcrevrjiimacgryjoaTrsiasagaftjKg5iwswtti mlMK , .!.,- I Li Lr V Ir Lr J M I 'J I 17 l i Pi 'II Choyonuo Soiiool Locate. Mrs. Conuoli and her daughter Utile gave tho bcIiooI a call. Dr. Whiting suffered a htveie Hltiotti the last week of school. Soventy-ono boys and thlrly-lhtee eh'l attended echool during the past Quarter. Sixteen pupils paused a nallslaolory physical and mental examination and started for -tlio Lawrence school. The Cheyenne school boys havo accepted a elml- longtrfrom tho Reno boys to play them a gam of foot-ball on the foronoon of tho Foirth at lhoro"t. Col. and Mrs. Dcr, Messrs. Williams and Col lins, of tho Agency, and Col. Sumner and Dr. Stovonson, of Fort lieno, woro among our recoul callors. Messrs. Stllos, Menu una DoBra called hvjt week. Mr. DeBr...

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 June 1885

i fii : t "WHAT TIIK MOTHER SAYS. Ycb. 1 know tlicro arc stains on my carpet, The traces of small muddy boots; And I sec your fnir tapestry plowing, And spotless with blossoms and irullsl And I know that my walls are dfaflcjurcd With )rlnts of small flnncrd and hands; JVnd that your own household most truly In immaculate purity stands. And I know that my parlor is Uttered With many old treasures and toys; "While your own Is in daintiest order, Unharmed by the presence of boys I And I know that my room is invaded Quite boldly nil hours of the day; "Whilo you sit in yours unmolested, t And dream the soft quiet away I Yes. T know there nrc four little bedsides Where I must stand wa'chful each night; While you co out in your carriage, And Hash in your drcesce so bright. Now. I think I'm a neat little woman; I like my house orderly, too; And I'm fond of all dainty belongings; Yet would not change places with you. No I keep your fair home with its order, Its freedom from hothcr and noise;...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 June 1885

tt ,i ill . A, -4ifeJ - I - - feafcujair-' iiwamiiH rwur ija $5 & THEOLOGY AND TOBACCO. II Very Good Reason Given Why Clergymen Should Ubc tho Vecd. In tho reports o the proceedings at recent meetings of clergymen of a cer tain evangelical churcli wo find tho announcement that candidates for tho ministry wero each asked if they would abstain from the use of tobacco in any form, and that their answer was received with loud applause, even to tho extent, wo suppose, of shaking the spittoons conveniently placed throughout the building for the use of the elder brethren. Sow, it is well known that philosophers, among whom wo gladly count theologians, have been addicted to tho use of tobacco. Sir Walter Raleigh, who introduced the weed into England, found his chief solace in a pipe, as did also Sir Isaac Newton, of whom it is related that, when one day smoking in the presence of a lady to whom he was as affectionately attached as a philoso pher could be, he took her hand, and instead, ...

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 June 1885

C3W4trWST.feSftS THE CHEYENNE TRflHSPORTIR. 'LmJurjurs.-ttiiZtBZiif'V ww.'"fcflH tm Ht'staZ4l!&tf. 1" i 111 I PH. Subscription, $1 Por Year, in Advance;-. A. WJTZLEBEiY B...W. KEV. wjxzleben: & icez - if pne ami Arapahoe Agency, DAKL1NGT0N, IKO. Ill Tens Land and 3w successors to GEO, W. Mil?i?'Er. PoaU'iiv.MJiinsb, Paillnjdon, Tnoln Territory.- V ., t York-Park:er-D raper M ercan t (Ife.-C o. CALDWELL, KANSAS, GFIElSriEIRy.A.in, OUTFITTERS! Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. ,m igSk - MfliH .AfeAra.3 city CANAL MILLS, gfOds on rtyt Palp, aid or botU, known ths add,undr bll in left. ADDITIONAL Bit AflBSv - XrSouS. Mart "WMrmMm in t E. E. 'WILSON, 'Manager. V; ai; AVItES, Proprietor. r'l havo lost (v number of horses in these braudM, and round-up parties mo ivuwo.stdil to please brine: In any tlioy may Imd, or report In whoso hands they .soo Ukmii. 1 will appreciate uny favors tluiH shown mo. -Mr LYON & POWER, Jostoflico h' Knrk Ranch. 'Mdian IVultory. Bert Uilhiii i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 June 1885

C.- fV-W Geo. W. MAi-FiiT, Proprietor." (KSTAULISIIEJ), ib79.) L.mt. MnRRifT, Local Kriitor. VOL. 6 Darlington, Indian Territory : June 30, 1885. No. IB. iflngwgaoaaaTTXgiKaaturaa& iwfwwn.li itwu.mii.imjiuj u-ajfrtuJUM winn lu!Jiwt'riTti.jjia uwmrj''tvnjj'nwmi . i $22,820.00 r I TOWNSENI) & J'ICKETT. Post-omce, Sac and Fox Agency, Indian Torfltory JC ""p i f -rf ; fr 1 i I lJ Y If l l r paid j)Y A. A, EHQART & 00,, General Insurance Agents., and Adjusters -of the ll'hocrnix, of London, Insurance Go. North AmoTioa. 'Pennsylvania Fire, Springfield Fire and lTarinc, Phoenix, of Brooklyn, G or m a n-Axn eric an , Commercial! Union of -London, Susquehanna Fire, Phoenix, of Hartford, Crescent, of New Orlcauso, Kiagra Fire, Travelers Life and Fire, Equitable Life, of N. Y. City. 4pP"All honest losses promptly piid and adjusted through our Sice at fekogee, Indian Territory Al. Heitkam, ?lothier, fehnt Tailor Cents' Furnisher Opposite Opera House ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. rrompt 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. — 30 June 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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