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

1 1 i . vmmmmmwmmmmmm tHNC .- -- iCMCMim wrMiiw5AwwitiwfcTaii - Y iVrW U-i2sv THE CHEYENNE TRAHSPORTER. i i fn Subscription, $1 Per Year, jAdVantJov VJM- Cayenne anil Arapahoe Agency. DAKLIflBTOfc IND'. TER. ' ' i - , . i l. .. i. i i r - -- I i -i JUNE 307 1JJ85. Entered nttlio Posloflloont Darlington, as second class mnttor. It.T. OolIifi9, with his livery teams, took the Choycnno school people to alio railroad. All tho employees, save Miss Williams, re turn after a short vacation. TJic Duke and MiTDc'ckcr have formed a partnorslifp hnUcr'tho ilrin namo of Decker' & itlmu. Thoy liavo pitched a tent and will coon open a photograph y Mlcrjft Ned Afcrr'ldon iu'h'omto from school stfond iiigthdsnhvnV(ii"vncafion with his father o'n trid'ranch.' Nell is ti bright hoy, imd his fattier lias good cause to feel proud oT liimt THE SITUATION. Conrad Charles "Frcdric Rhau is an xtin gulshed guest horo froni"Europ,o. lie is'a nobleman orhlghranlrin hisuatlvc'la'd.'bu't hJ i'c he is known-n...

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 June 1885

. ,' U ; r IKE CHEYENNE TRAHSPORTEft. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUIINAL.) Gito. W. Maffet, Editor & Propr. Lake Mekkitt, Local Editor. RubBcrlptlon, $1 per Tear !n Advance. tkmm k A'araboc Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. Queen Victoria, with Princess Beat rice and Louise, will oat Oatmoal in Scotland for a short season. Vassar girls never flirt whon they tako u steamboat excursion. The reason is obvious. No material on deck. Ex-Empress Eugenie has not lost her liking for shopping. Like most ladies, sho never gets weary of purchasing until her purse bo comes weak. TnE most fashionably dressed mem ber of the senate is Senator Hansom, of North Carolina. Ho also enjoys tho honor of having tho widest acquaint ance among actors and actresses. Edward Everett Hale will dovoto the summer in Paris to searching for details of Franklin's domestic as well as public life in Paris, for a forthcom ing book on "Franklin in France." Mrs. Frances A. Victor has writ ten for Hubert I...

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 June 1885

u DIVING AFTER COKAL, BTfimmliig: About In Stony Groves Far Below tho Sea Tho gueer Creatures That Mako Their Homes In tho Branches of Coral Trees. "Too much?" repeated a Conch, as lie hold up a big bunch of coral in the cabin of a schooner near Fulton mar ket. "If you had to git it up you wouldn't think so." "You know," said tho man after tho would-be purchasor had crawled up tho companion way lad dor, "some folks git tho ideo that I bring this stun on for fun, and givo it away. I div a like o' iifty foot for that piece, And tli at chap wanted to fake it for 25 cents." "So you dive for theso specimens?" asked tho writer. "Yes, tho bost aro fotched up that way," was tho reply; "but a good many are taken with coral hooks. Mo and my brother takes a trip oil' and on. One of us collects tho stuff and tho other sells, and between tho two, and acting as cook for the stoamer; wo make it pay." "Yes, wo see some curious sights, but wo git used to it. Wo go to what they call the 'Markeys,' ab...

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 June 1885

- Afc f$t . , T..,, , . tc; f I ... umwiiiiiiin . m ' 'i HgqyiWMawiMrrr-vw' .wqWMptfB8Wi'JM'1 i- tY. Yu Roberts & Son, 1 1 "Wv T. CONNELL, Rango Cottonwood creek, Indian Tonltory. Til! Lincoln In clinrgo. ?! o-o to: J. ,A. McCor mlok, manager. Darlington, I. T Range, on Cot tonwood and Campbell cneeHo ffp" r Wff.W roii- f Ik p Uafl HOAD UK AN 1)3 glon loft loin lK ntiLt.. , il. ;. '".p t: ., it VkSjB sMm ijYi H (J , THL LINCOLN. CIIKYENNE.& ARAPAHOE CATTLE CO MMlTKh) XVstcftloe iMltlrosi . E. Fn.ni.wn', Mauser, Cantonment. Indian Terry. jC - ii mi ii i in i ii i iiukii .w - i ! .iw !! ii '' ' ''' ' ' M' " "i i-tJ. ' i- l ; . Anything you may neod, and if it is in tho ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Purnishod You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Bf ock we will cheer fully Order for You. O on lort shouldr and I on left shoulder and loin. ,10 1 IN T. DAIRD, PoalofflM adilroiia. Dar'dnglon, Indian Territory '.vjfr. - " rp v's1R vi,. rssnv rrei f 1 C 1 :l x&...

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 July 1885

CHETEME THAN SPOKTEB. Ceo. V. Maffkt, Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) Lafij Meruitt, Local Editor. 'Vol. 6 Darlington, Indian Territory : July 16L 1885. v No: 19. &jtu&siuutimit.i.wiiMmM!wt'iuiwtM&a)kJXi'UBMwm memmmmmmm HMHHH,I M MJJ ji I K'.lJt.llaL;jM.JJJWUU JIUUIJ- rrrjrarrrmrrwwwewrwwn (s-v--n 3?t. Itono Garrison liocals. Miss LaMonde, of llio Agency, la visiting la tlio garrison, tho guest of Miss Maggie Cramlall. Groto Hulchcfcon, lliu youthful lleulonanl of tho : Ninth Cavalry, inspected the 'Indian boef issue on Momlay. Gon. Armstrong, tho commissioner appointed to treat with tho dlstuiblug oheyenncs, Is hero and .has.quarters with Mr. J. S. Evans. Frank Krauso was tin own from -his horse Inst week and picked himself up pretty badly bruised. .Fortunately, no bones woro broken. Troop 1, under command of Capt. Hughes, re- turned from Sliver City Sunday morning, having been called there on Friday night to quell a riot y caused by some cowboys over tho ownership o a...

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 July 1885

mrm tIE CHEYENHE TRAHSPORTEH. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUItNAL.) Gno. W. Mai'FET, Editor & Vropt. Lafe Meukitt, Local Editor. fitocriptlon, $1 per Ycur In Advnnce. Cayenne & A'apahos Aaency, Darlington, Indian Ter. OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. John McLean, wlio is under 40 years of ago, is said to bo worth $G, 000,000. Dit. Newman's successor, Rev. W. F. Price, is only 28, but weighs 250 pounds. Senator IIawlby and Chief Justico Waito will spend the summer iu Eu Topo in search of health. It is said that the private relations between tho courts of Berlin and St. Janies' are somewhat strained. A granite tablet has boon placed at the birthplaco of Edward Irving, the famous Scotch preacher, in Annan. Sin Samuel Baker who is on a shooting excursion in India, writes that lie lias obtained plenty of excit ing sport. .Ono day's bag consisted of three tgcrs and live panthers. John Russell Young, ox-minister to China, declares that the salary at tached to the ofiico ho held there is insufliciont...

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 July 1885

90 I A SHREWD DECEPTION. The Ecmarkablc Powers of Colonel Atlantus Pindererniss. One day, after deep meditation, the Prince of Orange remarked to Ben tmcic: "To the you were she ravages 01 stronir drink the human system resorts to va rious resistances yielding versatile ro- sults." This remark, although it cm bodies no particular philosophy, either inductive, syllogistic, recon structive or democratic, has caused much comment. It is true that there is a groat diiler enco in men, concerning tno powor of resistance against the iniluonco of strong drink, and although no man wholly escapes, yet some men while -struggling underiho eflect of liquor, can completely docoivo a beholder. There is Colonel Atlantus Pindergrass, for instance. If you did not know that ho was drunk you would not think that ho had been drinking. Ho has a way of standing on the tiptoe of such politeness, a way of saying such pleasant and appropriate tilings, that his intoxication is hidden undor a bushel of agreoabl...

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 July 1885

1K ...ii ftf-. tWt'ln ilBinWI lJ1IH qc&.'jjwi.wubm t ,ai(iwwtfftwywt5!teteTja fegmxgrgnift3iartf& IDE CHEYENNE TRfiHSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Por Year, in Advancer --- Oifpc am Arapaboe Aesncy, dakuhotoh, ibd, tee. Tozas Land anil CMTLB C9MS7v BfiHK Si? 00X5$ H I V tII VkfKt W Eagle Chief Kk P.O. V IW S " A . CJ tfrVJC .lai Jfc ."ttVaft. fcHi2SVi32:!&r t'w -s-scml; - t i'I m SW and Cimarron Rum Kiovr.i Km Kin3(uatj Mn. Bmyl.vpn Hor Ijtp, sldo or both, known as tho !CR -brand. Old xn.uk, fl.tallotv folic In rlirht ; now add,undcr bit In left. ' ADDITIONAL IJItANDSi SUfcu Dlat' Uftrk crop Ead uaacr blt ls iaorj bund &cmo as cattlo, on richt hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbll, Uen'hnanttgcr, Choyonne. Wyoming, it. In. Allen, Assist Manager. Mobeetlc, Toxas. A. WITLEDEN. B. W. KEV. WITZLEBEN. & KEY, SUCCESSORS TO- York-Parker-Draper Mercantile. Co, CALDWELL, KANSAS, GKEDEIRL OUTFITTERS! Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. (;i:o, W. MAFKET,...

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 July 1885

V ygaKxrawiBrigatTOamTiWMW itwwBWwi Vi f HMWfitKsuiKti TVt.tiifMvmmaiMvaMmiMwiitMitM&'WMtimrm .. r ..1M. 1( r .t (. r . .. L .. - .. . .-. . .. ...... J? Ull iOxjlJLjjQj I SCATINE CATTLE CO. W II Lnckrldgo, foroman Cantonment, Indian To OTI1KU lMtANDS : 10 lort sldo nnd 01 on Khtsldo; LO 110 Zllon iT right side and U lit neck. , FZ Horso brand VM on 1""- DH ,1. 11. SKUICU, Darlliiftlon, l(T One Hundred and Ten Fine Bulls ! . . .. , jr1- Mr ti v" -7 T v wvtr,i(W!iS" -.r g.X I HEWING TITl rf & WILSON, I'ost-ofllco address. Indian Spring, 1 T Leftside mallet, parallel bars and ltoinun cross. Both hUUm and K. UurhtridoVT. on left side. HMP" rldit sldo. bJl fef$8iert sld. MfflWSnJfi HH he above a: 0 additional cnr.i k:,nk & auapaiioe agency herd. U. P. Collins In charge. liange Cheyenne & Ar- .. i.- ..... 1 1 .. t n iipuiiuu rr.sui v.iuuu, 1. j . Cattle branded like this IAMBS II. DEERE, Anadarko, lud. Ter. PrandleCt hip and sldo. "fc j? unywhero on right side. calves bra...

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 July 1885

r CHEYENNE X i i 'X 4 10 F ' , P4.1 ftj 'v Ai ' jf 4 Goo. W. jMafilt, Proprietor. (ESTABLISH!-:!). 1879.) Lfk Merritt, Local Editor. Vol.6 mmmmemmuHmmmAuuaijau-jMrnjiaxjb)auxssv3riM Darlington, Indian Territory : July 15, 1885. No. 19, stwiagaaftaaawirMiw-ixaiUJ miuaiim.u.J.iwin sraww am bwiibaw uu.-jDiprTTgrw.LH. 'j.u.Jwn in igju.jnn.wr ms ' $22,820,00 FIRE LOSSES PAID BY A. it MGART & 00., General Insurance Agents, and .Adjusters of the Phoenix, of London, Insurance Co. North America. Ponnsj'lvania Fire, Springfield Firo and Marino, Plumix, of Brooklyn, German-American, Oonimcrcian Union of Londonr Susquehanna Fire, Phoenix, of Hartford, Crescent, of New Ol'leanse, Niaccra Fire, Travelers Life' and Firc, Eciiitahlc Life, of N. Y". City. j$TAll honest losses promptly paid and adjusted through our Office at Muskogee, Indian teitony i. inn r i i - ... - - . - - ..- .. Al. Heitkam, Clothier, Jferclianl Tailor I Benta1 Furnisher Opposite Opora House,. ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Prompt ...

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 July 1885

2- 4 a . , . HE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER; I iMKoupMximMurmMmvr --- Subscriptian, 5-1 Per Year, in Advance. --- ckmnne and Arapahoe Agency, darlihotoh, iho. TEH, JULY tS, 1S85. Entered at tho Postofllce at Darlington, lis oocond class matter. "Bring on your men me whip a vixoYo battalion ,M tacai.iMiiKfi.MiwKvtriRiMiin ana rhinba can Agency Physician DelJra, -with his family, has movefl into a diflcrcnt rcsiflcnoQUio oho-knoWns the Putt house. Sunday2' and Monday wore the most oppres sive days of the season, tho thermometer reg istering 10G in the shade and 122 in tho sun. Thb river at this point came up siulilGnly oil Sunday night, and the Indiana had tho fun of swimming it on Mondnarto got to tho beef isVmc pens. The heavy wind oi Monday night blow dnvn one of tho large Hues on Hemphill & IVoy's storo. Tho' iliig stair at the Post was nlso blown down. Both tho Agency and Post havo good cauao to bo promt of their base ballists. The young men on both sides did remarkably well in. the...

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 July 1885

BULLS, HEAltS AND LAMBS. He who carries loiidsof stocks In Lis Biifc or In his box, Ami to hold tbcin baa tlio iocIcp, Tlial'a a bull. He who ficlls what be baa not Ktiocka llii' prices, cold or hot Hopes the world will go to pot, That's a bear. He who comes down every day, Hits the market any way. . Lies In wait for gufleless prey, That's a broker. He of check andqutlc a fop, Wages small, high life can't stop, Blows his dust into bucket shop, That's a clerk. Mr. Fresh (the silly "b'oke"), Who does his cash In Wall street soak, And goes home later, Hat dead broke, That's a lamb. Mnartcial Journal. THE HEIRESS. n 'Yes, I'm awfully sorry, but it won't do, you know. Sho 1ms nothing to ro coniincnd her but a vory pretty faco, and a sweet disposition; and J, with every talent for spending monoy, have vorylittlo genius for making it; so I must steel my heait against rosy lips and dimples, and turn my attention to tho rather hum ripo aud mature, so to speak, attractions of Miss May nard." ...

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 July 1885

f3 1 DIFFICULTIES IN FIGHTING INDIANS. How tho Apaches Muko Their Iliiitls anil Se cure Practical Immunity. The telegraphic dispatches about tho atrocities of tho Apache Indians in New Mexico and Arizona havo been conflicting as to tho damage donp to property and life, and as to the Icir ouinstaiicas of tho outbreak and tho condition of tho military service on gaged in its suppression. Oliver Sum ner Tcall, the vice president of a ranch and cattle company, was seen by a re porter Tuesday, and asked if tho raids were so dangerous as has been reported. "The reports," ho said, "are always to a great degree sensational hearsay. Tho troubles arise either from tho dis satisfaction of the Indians with their treatment on the reservation or, as in this instance, from a fear of punish ment for some breach of regulations. Tho result is an outbreak, the news of which is usually (irst communicated by tho report of the massacre of somo poor fellow. Then the whole country becomes alarmed, and the ...

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 July 1885

MA T. CONNELL, Rango Collonwootl creek, Indian Territory. Till Lincoln In charge W. J. TJolieiis & Son, iGO TO: J. A. McCor mlok, managex, Darlington, I. T Rango on Cot. tonwood and Campboll crooks SW'--W!rf5'iKv'ftfei H0AI) 1IHANDS mi on it'ii iuiii f aj:cariraMawU9CTKWMragii fr oil 1 jLsm s TILL LINCOLN. CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE CATTLE CO. (LIMITED) FostofT.co address : E. Fknlon, Manager, Cantonment, Indian Terry. Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Furnished You At Lowest Possible Rates. WT I M II . W IM M i I I 1 . Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. T. CORNELL, (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) mjyijmjMMyMMptMpTi)MBMM BUl" ifL-iL l j if 1r,TTT"HCKJBHlrHWMHBMfTT JUtBBfTlttBt MwiitwM 99V9!3MV9PM7TOWf7VCY3FYW!3 ncNrjDX.AJxr i?3e:i.j.xE32. O on loft shouldr ana l on luit shoulder and loin. JOHN P. BAIRD, Postonioo addross, Darllnglon, Indian Torrltony -AND DEALER. IN- GENEBALM CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE...

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 July 1885

7f TRANSPOETEH I i H rf 1 i li Vy jLJL1-J Jl JLJi-1 -Li JLJ Geo. W. Maitkt, Proprietor. (F,STAM.1SIIKI, 1879.) Lake Merritt, Local Editor. Darlington, Indian Territory : July 30, 1885. No. 20. rj& it. ius juxus'1'.tj uuttag'J giajsamvwxi ju-w-.vi1 a.e.ijia::j ,cv: ju ':t.ai,MaAiiUAv:viCTBiag.j.iJ3iJi li wm jhi tamn,jtKjMtju2mui'Mtrjuixt Vol.6 tw iwnjii.umMJUiaai At latest accounts the 50,000 head of Texas cattle that liavo been blockaded in tho Neutral strip northwest of here era moving noithwntd to Colorado. Tho beef round-up in dliToionl parts of tho Ter ritory has been eolmj on the past two weeks. Tho beef Is or an excellent quality, owing to favorable weather, and tho crop is a largo ono. Tho Incorporation papers of the Iluntor & Ev ans Land and Cattle Company have been filed In tho rccordoi'a cfllcc of St. Clair county, 111. Tho capital of tho company Is 52,000,000. Tho prln clpal ofllco of iho company will bo at tho National stock yards, East St. Louis, 111. Team of Mu...

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 July 1885

vl WINDING UP TIMK. -A wco, brown ninld on UuMloorstop flat, JJor Bmull aco hid 'Heath a wide-brlmincd hat. A broken clock on her baby knee Sho wound with an anclenl, rusty kev. 41 What arc you doing, my pretty one J l'lnylnft with Tlmel" 1 asked In fun. large and wise wore the soft, dark cyca, Jilftcd to mine In a grayo surprise. "I'flo wlndln' him up, to make him ko, For he's sodtcfful pokey and slow." Winding up Time? Ah, bnby mine, How crawl these lengthened moments of thine, How sadly slow goes the staid old man, Hut he has not changed, since the world began, He does not change, but In after years, When he mlng'cs our cup or joy with tears; And duties are many, and pleasures licet, And the way crows rough 'nowth our tired feet, When the (lay Is too short for its crowd of caioa, And night surprises us in awarcs, "We do not wish to hurry his feet, liul lind his go ng all too fleet. Ah, baby mine, some, future day, You w 11 throw that rusted key away And to Phoebus' car will madly...

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 July 1885

:M U1LL NYE IN BOSTON. An Account of a Visit to His Birth place In tho State oi Maine. Last week 1 visited my birthplace in the state of Maine. I waited thirty years for the public to vibit it, and as there didn't seem to bo much of a rush this spring, I thought I would go and visit it mvself. I was telling a friend the other day that the public did not seem to manifest tho interest in my birthplace that I thought it ought to, and ho said I ought not to mind that "Just wait," said he, "till tho people of the United States have an opportunity to visit your tomb, and you will be surprised to see how they will run excursion trains up there to Moosehead lake, or wherever you plant yourself. It will be a perfect picnic. Your hold on tho American people, William, is wonderful, but your death would seem to assure it, and kind of crystalizc tho allection now existing, but still in a nebulous and gummy state." A 7nan ought not to criticise his birthplace, I presume, and yet, if I were to do ...

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 July 1885

1 nawmuui ijjjijH tjx ,i r ia x.'j."; jnngcccwggs ggSgBSBgiaraiaw THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, - Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -- Mwm and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, ter, miiiiiwuimhi fmmiin.mmiti.mn Tomb Land and cattle wmm PBKSV P.. TOJj A. WiTZLEJHSN. C. W, KEY. W?m ''JJkteAZi ifl&ll K jwW1 vSi Eagle Chief aul Cimarron Hirers. F.O. KtoWft KM AtHfttUftsClty Ma. A , I II ' Itrands on cirNor hip, sldo or boPi, Unown as the ffi brand. Old mailr, swallow foik In right ; now odd under bit In left. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. XBoth uldsi. Murk, crop ond under bit la both. Sfeno brand aamo as cnttlo, on right hip. E. E. WILSON, Managor. WITZLEBEN & KEY, SfCCESSOlUI TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDAV'ELL, KANSAS, GKEILsriEIR.A.L OTTTIFTTTiEERSI Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. ersssemxrat IHTTIKUI VSWl'llbL JST Tcr-STSEsarttreM .3i:jL35rs.s city CANAL MILLS, Y. M. AYRES, Proprietor. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, Gon'l manager. Choyonno. Wyoming. It. M. Allen, ...

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 July 1885

fb 1 &ZE rntwr BwrvjpujrrsMWrt ifmin KarcMna WIWauMIJIItt ma.Wi.lL UlWIIMMWiUBI.)JMMBMIMW o'JlTINE CATTLE CO. W U Lockrldge, foreman ennlonment, liKllan To ..,.. OTIIKH IJUAHU3 : r: FOR SALE! .7. II. SEGER, Darlington, I T 10 lclt sldo mul 01 on gilt sldo ; LO IIO ZHon rr right sidoiuui u 1ft neck. 7, M Horse brand Z1I on DID. DH One Hundred and Ten Fine Bulls ! e. "faSfBBWwPt "yiiijBBS!,!lJJLJZi 1 HI VINs, TITtfd & WILSON, Post-ofllco address, Indian Springs, 1 T Lett sldo mallet, parallel bas and ltoman crosa. Boili sides and X. night side VT. on left side. right m mWMmsuio. VIhHKS lBflKff j 1 zlmmmM tcfisan"vt side. ,$111 Mm m be above are additional CHKYENKE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. R. P. Collins, In charge. Rango Cheyenne & Ar- &- nnanoa resorvru on. i. v. oi . . . uuttie branded liko this anywhere on right side. calves branded fame wltlr V on left jaw. Postoflico address, Darlington Indian Ter. XMKUfj Uorso brand. WPm$wmi ..., Am MM v? ivr tutriy-r-t,j-i -it...

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 July 1885

TRANSPORTER Ij JUtj I 111 FN n Tj Geo. W. Maitkt, Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, 1S79.) Darlington, Indian Territory : July 30, 1885. r,rr Mkkrjit, Local Editot Vol. 6 No. 20. HtlUUHUI.HajW'HWHimMJM JIJtUMMI IPtPiBUHWIWUlMMW iwwa wmi jmjsjb; iajwias EVANS BROS. & COTTON, Military Traders. 1 TOWNKM) cV PUKETT. Pot-onw, Sac and 1 o Agency, Indian Territory, '' ' 1 1 : lV ' A ?' $22,820.00 FIRE LOSSES PAID JJY A. A. EHGART & GO., General Insurance Agents, and Adjusters of the fhcenix, of London, Insurance Co. North America. Pennsylvania Firo, Springfield Fire juid Marine, Phoenix, of Brooklyn, G crm an-Amcrican , 'Ooimncrcian Union of London, Susquehanna Fire, Phcpnix, ofllarlibrd. Crescent, of New Orleanso, Niagra Fire, Travelers Life and Fire, Equitable Life, of N. Y. City. J8TA11 honcflt losses promptly paid and adjusted through our flffico at Muskogee, Indian Territory- Al. Heitkam ? Clothier, Merchant Tailor & Bents' Furnisher Opposite Opera House, ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Pr...

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