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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 June 1882

?-$ weakness tenderness of the heart for example. This, I think, was one of them." "And tho tramp" "Ho and Sarah were of courso the witnesses at the inquest. The next day lie was oil on his journey, and I have never heard of him since." When to Market Cattle. lown Homestead, It has been rightly claimed that a well-bred, mature animal, will general ly make better beef than an immature one, the (lesh of tho former being of a rich, red color and full of juice, while in the latter it is pale, and lacks the juciness and flavor so much to be de sired in a steak or roast. In a scrub, however, naturally hard-lleshed and coarse, the sooner killed the hotter for all concerned. But the quality of the flesh is one that more nearly concerns the customer than the feeder, to whom the question of profit is of vastly more importance than the excellence of the meat. The poor encouragement which the producer of good beef receives of buyers in our western markets is not an incentive to pay much attenti...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 June 1882

b 0t i. ill m i-- -i ii i . - - - ,-!. mill i " in ii mm i i i inm ii ii i ii i ii iii " iir t in ... ...., , , , , ,.,,. . The Transporter JaAim SOOIIITTT. Ijocal Mditor. L. Onndce ha hist received u fine -sock of Thurnorn ennnod poods rv thorn. Lare nnd choice assortment on Vuioy candies, nuts, figs, date?, &c., e., at Council's. Amos Chapman, of Canton men t, Tas Inking in his neighborhood ibout the second inst. York-Parkcr-Draper. Mercantile C?o., Caldwell, Kan., Headquarters ;'6r Cattlemen and Drovers. The York, Parker, O.'aper Co., at Caldwell, have bought o ttiinrrd 'jJa iJroB., their principal opposition. An Lndian wagon train, under the pilotage of Henry Hayes, passed on (-ho 80th ult. bound for Anadarko. Received daily, at Til. R. Roll & Go's.. Caldwell", Kansas, fresh fruits and vegetables. (20-3) Anybody in need of bedroom fur niture should call on L. Candceand i6ok over his stock and prices. Largest and best assorted stock of staple and fancy groceries to be fou...

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 June 1882

ty-d2 . PORTER YOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., JUNE 25, 1882. NO. 21. J HJCi I JM. IN Ji X HiLiM O & TJIE STOCKMAN. nrcro is nothing so guy, AA'Whon during Mny The stockmen nro having their rounfUup. No longer in onnip, Ami in inud houses damp, The Jolly cow boys aro hound uv. The Moxican pony Hj looks proud and tony, And seoins to feel winter is ovo-ftj. Caros ad., for his master, And runs all the ftiutor, ire-is smelling the gniM and tho (iJ(W0i' And many a boast Id later shipped East While westward goes many a dcMac; ' 3o- stookmon como all And dress up in the fall, - . ' Kcai nobby from the feet to tho ooHar. As the clothingmon'fl "JJosd" Is well known Kalin & Schloss. Where the stocrcmen all meet and ara trading So you'll purchase 1 guess, At the llrm "K. & S." Whose goods wear forever without fading. Kalm & Schloss, STOCKMEN'S HEADQUARTERS Cor. I&o. Ave feltfain Street' KANSAS CITY, MO. nflrociitxiiaraMnns.'Vnu twwi w r. 'jtwurvn-mpw a Ph COSAND & MOSSEU; OT...

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 June 1882

tfOf THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. PUBLISHED BUM I MONTULY, la tut Merest of Indian CiYllizatloi m Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 'BONANZA" FARMING. Difficulties Liable to Attend the Man agement of Large Farms Devoted to Specialties. ChlcflRO Titnt-8. During the past fow years there lias been u disposition on the part of many persons to engage in different branches of farming on a very extensive scale. In some instances splendid success has been obtained and very large profits realized. Almost without exception these very large farms have been de voted to some speciality. In a few cases cotton or hops has been the crop raised, but in a great majority of in stances exclusive attention has been given to wheat. California and Dakota furnishes numerous examples of huge farms devoted to this simple crop. These farms, from the novelty that at tends them, have attracted great at tention. They have been described in neatly eveiy pnper in this country and in Europe. They have been vi...

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 June 1882

jz-tr $ A DOG'S DIGESTION. As Noted by a Louisville Vivisection- !St. A reporter of the Louisville Courier Journal hail a conversation the other day with Dr. M. F. Coomes of that city, who has made some experiments in vivisection. "Have you any objections to stating the nature of some of the experiments pei formed upon dogs and pigeons?' asked the reporter. 'None whatever," replied the doctor. "I have a dog here upon which 1 per formed the operation of 'gastrotoniy' some six weeks ago, and he is now as well and apparently as happy as any dog in town." The doctor here led the way to a shed in the rear of tho house where a fine-looking setter dog was tied. Noth ing extraordinary could be noticed in the dog, until the doctor raised him up on his hind feet, and a large plate could be seen over his stomach. There was a tube in the center of this plate, which was corked up tightly. The dog seemed perfectly willing to be ex amined, and showed no evidence of pain. This being the only case e...

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 June 1882

tJh I fm'lttWtimUlJn'llH gMmeMMiiMt.ivM'!9MPer.tni xJ.ittireti!.iVJ'ii!X The Transporter Subscription, $1 poi'Yoar, In Advance Geo. W. IUaffkt, Editor & Propr. DARLINGTON, INDIAN TBftBTTORY IMiM-i W. A. Baton, formerly editor of fliis pnpor, is now with tlio Daily Times,' at Wichita, Kansas. The 30lh of June is close at hand, und on that day Guitenu will ho hanged. It is n lilting fate for tin; contemptible vrlinn, whoso name is an eyesore t tin; Amenum pco plc, and wh, u;-vn the evention of the Fontoncc fl -the l.r.v. v. ill pllow his hated nnmo todrop into oblivion. Texan cattle arc now varying about two dollars per hundred in price on the market. This difference, togeth er with difference in weight between u fat and poor steer, makes a differ ence in the net price per head of from $J5 to $20, .and in some Cases as much at $00 in favor of fat cattle. The Lincoln (Neb.) Journal says the great want of the people there just now is about 5,000 grass Texas cattle. The price of meat...

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 June 1882

7 '.''Msml,tuLWm),umwm, . MJMawwrim3ggwmrj:aera &Wttttm.nwrmantMttsxtiKVLZMi&.i. i iiwavwaniMni "" M i"1 f , p T F 'M I? N T o nn i? I i. Sri & . kJi w jS. .a. J -..-. . . . u - . :jffgiv,ggp mi iiuim.igi mv., Jjtrn?ioa'3fcnTXWTrc-5vrari ruinoKgi'f 11 niywitt TRAN J "TIT 3T fFT" a Si 1 IjB ,1 ST V CHIJ. 5. DOWAMi. cava, a. nowAiti) HOWARD BROS., - UK'.MMS I- GUNS, PISTOLS 2-Lakdwakk, TlNWAKE, Wool) AK'13 Ikon Wagon Stock, j . Sawdlkky Hardware, P im ps, j2tc, .rare. Jf- Fino Pistols a specialty, '.Gains of .every variol3r und price. Ws-Espocial attention given to mail or triors lVomjtflio Territory .-(rtf ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. 1 yu SCHIFFBAUER BEOS, miMF "BOTBTn'S' O 8i iflg 1 II l ' Ml 9 rSn .Jfm L cEb U id . mVijS' ! v Hw wi tkztr-1 IVvt. Montironiorv mirolwificd tha I remainder of tho J. J). Iteod herd tff through entile .Saturday. They wowj principally two and vliree year ohl steers, and were weighed to Monj,. at n.bout ,t2.2o per hundred. -Post. -AT- ARKANSAS OITY,...

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 June 1882

-v T i I $b i m The Transporter iLAFE MERRITT, Local Editor. Entered at tho Pootolllco nt Darlington, as second cIiibb matter. MAIL TIME TABLE. Cnldwoll A Ft. Bill Lino. AltltlVK. From South 10 a. m. Sundays Excepted. AKIIIVK. From North 11 a. m. Mondays Excepted Stugos, sumo time, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays;! going N. Mondays, Wednesdays A Fridays. A. T. & S. F. It. U, TIME TABLE. CALDWELL STATION. AltTlIVE. Passenger. 11 1 f0 A. flf. Accommodation, a : 10 P. M. DKI'AKT. 3: 00 P.M. 5:20 A.M. Mrs. John Murphy and the boy returned from their visit to Emporia on the 10th, A party of Carlisle children, be longing to this Agency, are expected at Caldwell about July 4th, on their way home. Miss Amelia McKunc, formerly an employee at the Arapahoe school, is here on a visit to Mrs. J. H. Soger, to whom she is related. C. IT. Cotton, the popular book keeper for N. W. Evans & Co., Post traders over the river, passed north on the coach on tho 10th, on a short business trip...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 June 1882

I wKrrt.5M.-vwitviftr, cv.-f r mimuiitr. .. . -H. ---'---"--'-.-v'iri'';,-TKvt'a!rt''rwhajji'wf. au mu0-taauammt.m wn'iii imi i mm w jwwmm ,i mum jbthm 1 HMimM!.jmi.ig A J DrtAN. Cai.. dram. 'I DEAN BROS., DK-KKY BROS, aoiontnentlnd . Ty Hanch North and 'J I liroodars of Thoroush-Brod and Gratlod Short-Horn Cattle. AUKAKSAS I'TTV, CUWI.V.V, roiN'Tf KANSAS. 'A 3 TtnPAfTWMa?TViirrrr efMMpMMt """' " .- , - . rf it T "- 'inilfTlM'ili ! Mil i in i ii i --m - - . . , --y South Canadian rlv en. Cattle briindod with stinio brand on cither m1Io or hip it mmiio on both sidu.s. llorso brand TL on loft hip or shoulder, (arnogio Fraiaor v UatiKo oil Coldwa lei, I.T. P.O. Potul .V&l x "T""?" --T1 4 JSP 1 , J'rr::: t- mTv -g-t- ' yi- t" . . r 1 .." fti. ftjy , m . Slf "'. V.. .. .' 8 ffl " XmHULSMMIUMK . ZMm7?. "c?T SHOBV iwn-r,t. fl.L- - -: smce . . :.w-JTr mremji-him vi. vn iaiB . . S K.AK MAKK.-Croptho rixht; rmlcr lmlf Crop the left, or reverse. Horse, brand 1) on left shonldcr- HanKG, Ott...

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 June 1882

6 "m MBrTHMwiMitrfTiq STORMS AND TORNADOES, the the the 'The Agent of the Signal Bureau for Thoir Investigation Establishes Headquarters in Kansas City The Information Ho Derives From People. Acting under the authority of 'Chief signal officer, in charge of United States weather bureau at "Wash ington, D. C , I have established my headquarters at Kansas City, Mo., a point admirably well fitted by the rea son of the completeness of its mail, telegraph and rail road facilities, for the prosecution of my labors in the ef fort to carefully investigate the torna does of 1882 and study the general 'features of violent wind storms. I shall give my individual attention to the tornadoes of what may be termed the lower Missouri Valley, embracing the states of Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, and Iowa. It is within this region that tornadoes occur with the greatest frequency, the most unexampled vio lence, tho most marked regularity and with the most complete manifer uliou of their peculiar charact...

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 June 1882

ZUNI SUPERSTITION, How Presence of Mind Saved an Ad venturer's Life. In Mr. Cushing's earlier days in Zuni his sketching caused a secret resolve to be made to kill him for practices that might bring disaster to them all. It was to be done at a great dance that was soon to come off. He sat upon a neighboring housetop, with sketch-book in hand, when two hideous figures among the dancers, painted a diabolical black, came to the loot of the adjacent ladder and pounded upon it with their war-clubs, shouting out something which caused the multitude to look toward him. He thought it a jocular part of their performance, and smiled good-naturedly. But he understood enough of the language at the time to distinguish the cries among the crowd Kill him! kill him!" It was part of the perfoimance to kill a symbolical Navajo, the Navajo being the ancient enemies of the Zunid. Mr. Cashing had no idea that he was cast for the part of the Navajo, and did not com prehend the real gravity of the situa t...

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 June 1882

" isRrsiwsswafc-irsr; f 'In ytxf PZT' tJHtmisc&'&&HkW&jyvirmtavrta&i&mMvtjrKm m vlulji mr rwsrsc rjBgew8awwgjtTO,aiwirxgfC',rvrc3tvwa-a 'fi"! w The Transported A .BLOODY AFFRAY. . LAFE MERBITT, Local Editor. York-Parker-Draper, Mercantile Cofr., -.Caldwell, Kan., Headquarters. lot. Cattlemen and Drovers. Received daily, at E. B. Roll .& Cis., Caldwell, Kansas, fresh .fruits and vegetables. - (20-3) Riimor infor.ms ue that the Paw hqc, Otoe,. Ponea and Ncz Perce Agencies arcsoon to be combined into one Agency. Largest and -uo'sfc assorted stock oftstaple and fancy groceries to be fotindin Caldwell, Kansas, at K. B. KdlLiftiCto's.... (20-3 TBeVIsda-rorltbadis nown conv plated withini '.twenty miles of Paw nee Agency, andi israpiflly being pushed! forward- i Canned' goods toy the "Car-load at Connell's Headquarters. Alll from standard packers. A complete; lino of Thurbore brands. Tom Bros-, sold- 5,000? head dcat tlc to Mr. Jennings, at $11 for year lings, $...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 July 1882

43 - - -wj -WW KJTBI frmmmm&wwvmmmeirmmmmmwBm m-n CHEYE TRANSPORTER, DAKLINOTON, I. TM JULY 10, 1882 V ' L j . ) NO. 22-. k-rvaqNea'wr3.- .-,...-71 iwHtwin jmtrr jw jrae fwwstTW ME U I THE STotKM.. - Thermo Is notldn;r,o gay., Js when during M" ThoBtoekinen aroUnrvinj.; iflioii vunud-up. No longer in camp, .And im mud homjoK'damp, Tliej?niy cow lmysaire. bound ju fJlieale.iean 8H)ny Uolotfks iirovul.rmd Uniy Xnd seems m lotfl winter ig'(vuit, Gsures u d . . for Iris uimrtei;, Auid runs aTltho faster, n3'0 is yntr.Jlinj tiio'ass and'tliiodlovov. And many juVionril It flat or shtnncd ICast MXtSo wesar,nr.-d.jouMrnmiy:tt ttjftlttr; o stockmen iccnnpji'M And dressm,p '.hilliio fifll, E'oal nrtldjyftunn ttie'leert'O'tlheieoIlica;. A 3 Mo t'fkrt.'tJ i ii?i ne ri J ,M I ks"' Is well lent wt Ka.hu & Sohloss. "Will ere the Rtoefcniun il7.1 moetyinduoKo toiutzag So yoif.Llipurchnse I gmros A1 Tlve -flTm "K. & .S." Whoejgoods woiur forever wiiliumt fiidinjr. Groceries, Clotihiag Fu...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 July 1882

MARY'S LITTLE PIG. KXry had a HMJe pig, libs till was short ad ctffced; lie ujxuagsd in Ue graead to dig, WiUj snout iw long aad hoDked. One day Into to grden gre, This ptegy 2old did wander; And BtraU'Mway with a bogglsb ialen, Cucumbers he did t-qaaoder. AII J'oor piggy ne'er had kaowa, Of fl'rw cucumber colic; tlie fcv a loud, trriflc groaa iiius pains were diabolic One hour later be was dead A btiJ aad iff les corpus; Jle lay benumbed rota tslJ to head, J aw like a f rot -ii pvr poise. Tbea Mary foooed a shallow grave, Quite r.ar Uie railroad auUoit, .And piggy, who was oee so brave, iiec fa that excavation. "Now let ail ptes this warn lag heed, And aeVr in gardens irolie; The end of (bU"h ooe.pily greed I sold cuciuiber colic. YXiAix Weekly Sun and iivi Drover Journal. IK THE WROG CORK-CRIB. uWeJl, Uncle B?n. it is your Uirn for a story J" cried a group of jolly story tellers, as tney Bat around an old fashioned stove, on one cold, bluster frig night in Decern oer, to a venerab...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 July 1882

7 ' 1 ITEMS OF 1HTEHEST. "While digging a well near Lake City, Fla.,"the petrified jawbone of a croco dile was found at a depth of fifty-three feet. Preparations are being made to re build most of the burnt district of Olympia, Washington territory, with brick. Southern papers point to the im mense amount of farming machinery being sold as evidence of the prosperity of the south. A big strike of almost virgin coppo was made in the Apache mine, in the Santa Cataliua mountains, Arizona, hvst week. A few small California carp placed in a pond in Woodford county, Ky., eighteen months ago were recently caught, and weighed from six to eight and a half pounds each. While the profits of Sing Sing prison for May were $5,000, thr deficiency at Auburn was $800 and at Clinton $2,400, leaving a net profit of only $1,800 for the prisons of the state of New York. At this season the gulls deposit great numbers of eggs on the islands of Mono lake, California. Last week some men went upon the islands...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 July 1882

Vy A "VA , 1 The Transporter THE FOURTH AT FT. RENO. .Subscription, sfl.per Ycnr, In Advance. Gko. W. Makket, Editor & Propr. DABLINQTON, INDIAN TERRITORY july 10, ifs2. CUTTING RATIONS. Since our lust issue, an order was received from the commissioner of Indians affairs, cutting down all rations, including beef, about one third. An alternative was given, that if the tribes were willing to do without their annuities, the money usually expended for that purpose might be applied toward the rations. As soon as this order became known to the Indians, they were all excite ment, and a council was called for Saturday, July 1st. In the discus sion at the council, the Indians were unanimous they could not under stand the new roads at Washington, they wero so many, so rapid and so inconsistent. That in regard to this order, they had but one answer, and only one they could do with out blankets, without clothing, with out everything, if they could only have beef. Beef they must have to keep...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 July 1882

n i ilfSMBJfll.!UKIIIiMUttB SBS .tiJLSi. DK.K. (JA1 DEAtt DEAN BEOS., Drcfklors of Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Cattle. '.ARKANSAS CITV, COWLKY, COt'NIY KANSAS. DTf KEY imOS. anion nient ImK Ty Kane, h North anl !GO TO: South Canadian 'l-iv. era. cattlo umiuiud with siui'o brand on cithor.sido or- hip A roipo on both hUIoh. Ior.o brand 'JMi on lcrt iiJp or .shoUldor, ('ariuKio .tpFntiaet Wltaniro on Cold wa . imi ii' - iii If JP ' t EAU MVHKS.-(ropthc right; Under half ( rop the lol't, or reets . 71orac brand D on left ' bounder Rango, Ottor Creok, lnd. Terr, i. stkwakt, Un nge o n Rod liock, I.T. On both Nidi's, some only on left sido or hip. Sonio with bur on eft nip, mid a hul f eirelo I on hot h pid(s. some with ill (three bara) on ly on lefttfiip. 1 (), Add-cs , UdMiu'ton, ICun, G W MUler, -"V i'hmn e w oil Jtt Kan. No on wd leftside and 10.' and bra. ; knob on -oi- 'thor horn. Also1 .IY op loft aide; T crops T loft loin; c'no't'd 22221 Tjlvlyini' down on loft iom; cire'...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 July 1882

'I THE CHETENHETRANSPDRTER. IUBLI8n',D SKMt MONTHLY, la the merest ol Indian civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. LANDLORD AND TENANT. A Distinguished Irishman Discusses the Situation in Ireland, Official Incapacity Which Permitted the Escape of the Dublin Assassins. Irish-Americans Believed to Have Per petrated the Murders. Special to Chicago TlniUB. London, May 23. Tuesday I had an interview with a distinguished citi zen of Dublin, a gentleman who has lived in the city all his life and whose high social position has given him the entry into the best society. I am not at liberty to mention his name, but he speaks with authority. The following is the result of my conversation with him. It is worthy of special note that, despite his npuarent conservatism he is in favor of the extinction of land lordism: "What do you think of the part the police have played in this affair of the Pbconix park assassinations?" "I am just as much ashamed of them as at this moment I...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 July 1882

1 I J ALL SORT. "What kind of timbers do they use for building castles in the air? Moon beams, Three teachers in the public schools of Philadelphia have recently died from overwork. A Schenectady justice of the peace decided that a "verbal contract is not good without a seal." A provident and yet improvident man The baker; he kneads much, but sells everything he kneads himself. "I have become very deaf. What a blessing 1 There is such a lot of silly talk I cannot hear such scandals," etc. Taking things as they come is not so veiy distressing. It is parting with them as they go that cuts one to the soul. The Yosemite is now at the height of its beauty. The streams are running full, and the falls are at their grandest proportions. The thirty-sixth ocean-going sail vessel built by Hall Brothers on Puet sound was launched at Port Blakeley a few days since. Some land in the valley above Vicks burg is so thoroughly and hopelessly inundated as to leave no prospect for a cotton crop this ye...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 July 1882

U c 7 s t 'i. ' V- av; hf- afnaBOTS!imwn .A wmmmmmMH jaetrmm ww nM TTTr HTr AMnnrMirn ! Ir- Ihidly P. Brown, commissary HE 1 RANSPORIER (.erk, at Anadarko, was up hint week on si visit, and witnessed thel IiAFB MERRITT, Local Editor. J. S. Evans passed north on the 7th, bound fur civilization and ice. ' ' Mr. IT. Voth arrived on the 2(Jlli lilt., and is the guest of Mr. S. S. ltaurv. Beef is being supplied under the. new contractors now, at both Ihe Post and the Agency. J. IT. Scire1!' returned from Kan- riHH City last week, where, he had heen with o()() heefeattle. r A l Willi'..!.. L. ,.(' M., li..lk celebration of the Fourth at. Peno. He paid us a brief, but pleasant, call. Wo are sorry the position of as sistant fanner has been discontinu ed, but we hope Mr. Kellor will be awarded another situation, for he in a man worthy of retaining. The cattle market continues as good as could be expected, though there are fluctations of from twenty to fifty cents on the hundred, caused bv th...

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