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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1882

a -jf WVifiwjHI 3d The Transporter Sulificriptlon, SI per Year, In Advance. ttnturoil :it th I'ost oMeo ut Pu vlinfton, ita eueoml elia mutter. MAIL Tl.M ETAM.K. Caldwell & lpt. Sill Une. AHWVK. AKlilVK. From North 11 n. m. From Son Mi 10 n. in. Moul:iyt Exm-ptod. Sundays Kxecptod. Stnijwv, Buim. timt, griiinjr S. TtU'sdn8, Tluuduy.s&sntnrduys; olnyr Mornings, Weilneaduyu & Fridujs. A. T. A S. F. It. If., TIME TAHLE. CALDWlf I.L STATION. Aititivn. PnRSonprr. li :.V) A. M Accommodntion, S:40l M ajjtvxagviagaxu.,,h'aAVyTr.t . tn.w'fa IWPAHT. 8: cm 1'. Ar. ft: 20 A. M. THE MENNONITE MISSION. Go to T. Council's Headquarters for holiday goods. Fancy Christmas goods just dis played at Conneil's. Cowboys who want a good square meal, should call at the City 1 Intel. J. S. Evans, of Fort Bcno, rcturn od from his eastern visit on the 1 1 inst. Camphor ice, cold1 cream, bath sponges, fine soaps, perfumery and toilet articles, at Conneil's. York-Parkor-Draper, Mercantile Co.. Caldwe...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1882

I S 1VIIATIS MtUi? A little crib beside the bed, A little face above tile spread, A little frock behind the door, A little shoe upon the floor. A little lad of dark brown hair, A little blue-eyed face and fair, A little lane that leads to school, A little pencil, slate and rule. A little, blithesome, winsome maid, A little hand within hers laid ; A little cottage, acres four, A little old-time household store. A little family gathered round A little turf heaped, tear dewed mound, A little added to the soil ; A little rest from hardest toil. A little silver in his hair; . A little stool and easy chair; A little night of earth-lit gloom ; A. little cortege to the tomb. THANKSGIVING BOONS. "For the heart grows rich in giving, All its wealth is living grain; Seeds that mildew in the garden, Scattered, till with gold the plain." "How dreadfully provoking! What shall I do? Of all days she is the most needed now! Thanksgiving evo, and the cook sending word 'she cannot como to-day;' just as...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1882

3y POSTOPPIOK ( UHIOSITIKH. Til oDRiicl-lcttfrCn till otfucltist l'u blMicd by tho J'o.stolllee ocpiirtnicut. No more fruitful theme for a para grapher was over presented than tho catalogue just published by tho post ollioo department of artioies aecunni' lated in tho dead letter ollico, and to bo sold at auction next month. In it is included an enumeration of 11,934 packages, each containing from one to 100 articles. Everything new under the sun, and old, loo, appears to have crept into llic collection. Tho man with sullicient imagination can "read between tho lines" and weave a story pathetic or humorous, or botli or neither about every one of tho articles on the list. For example, tho very iirst number on tho list is "One dozen linen collars (1GA).1' Visions arise of a big hearted and big-necked man, careless of his personal appearance and awaj from home, and a wife who sends him a dozen clean collars. The size sug gests that they may have been intended for David Davis. Perhaps 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. — 26 December 1882

8 . it.ht sa?wgafffMB"7ii?7"nnYi-i7irrTi " m .. 1 JI'-'T'aSnSM HTTinWfiiW AtfclAW. f CAL. DKA1T . DEAN BEOS., BlWr of Thordugh-Brod and Graded' Short-Horn Cattlo. AJUCAXiAS CITr, COWLET COURT!, KAs! DICKEY RR03. Cantonment Ind. Ty ....i. .r...l. .. it i a 1vmuii i ! South Canadian nr crs'. Cattlo brundim with biuuw brand on either Hide or hip A some on both side?.. Horse brand TL on left hip or ahoulder, w? JLUil ABHBHKwKv4w I EAR MAUK5. Croptho right; Unclor half i. Crop tho loft, orrovorsu. Mdrio brand I) on loft shoulder. Bango, Ottor Csreaolc, Ind;' Tor; a ,y Mftior, Hunne well, Kan. NO on lnftsido and 101'nnd brnsa knob on oi. ther.horn. Alsp JY on left Ride; T cross T left ido; IC loft v93i EMS'11 "SflHS&gg- down on left loin; circle Imron both jaws; X on left Hide; Al on right aide, llorso bnmd , connected LK on lelt shoulder. 11 on lett ldo X left hip and dcwlnppcd. Sylvester Finch; Manager, halt Fork Knnoh. T fi Ilutton, Skeleton IT Also circle; circle bar ; bar circle ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

3S .... .V . GIO. W. M A vrfny Editor 1'ropr. (INOU.V Sr K.TOGIC J UKSL.) Iufic Mtiiiitxrr Laj.il E Utm. 5C Choyann3 & AtvipaOioa Agronoy, Dxrlinrtoo, In Han Torrltry, Jn. 11, 1531, If o; . 8. V, CHETEME TRANS POETE R. VoL J.V. .r i .THE STOCKMAN. Thor Is nothing so gay, Aa when during May ;Th stockmen nru having' ihetu rouiMUup. Ko. longer in otunp, 'AntHu mud houses damp, Tbe Jolly cow boy uve bound up. Tho Mexican pony 'Ho looks proud and tony, And seems to feci winter is over; Cures ad., for his master, And runs all tho faster, H is smelling the gran and the clorwr. And many a beast U Inter shipped' Kust 'Whils westward goes many-a dollar; o-tookmon come all And dress up in the fall, Xtaal wobby from the focr to' the collar. A3 thnolothingmen's "Doss" Is well known-Kahn & Schlosr. TThf?ro tker-stoo&mon all meet and an. trading "-So you'll1 purcha so" 1 gucsc, At the firm "K. & S."" WTko goods wear fornvervrHhout fading. JIahn & Sohloss, .STOCKMESKEADQ'UARTERS...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

ui)i iHMimf.i UYUMJNIi IN CU11A. irl DoHirurtlon In iho llltf Tolmoco l'roUuolntc District. By the reports of Into Havana papers it appears that the cyclone that visited tho vuoKa Abajo on the 8tli inst..was ono of terrific violence, almost unpre cedented even in the West Indies, which are the theatre so often of great meteorological disturbances. The most detailed accounts come from Pinar del Hio, which was almost wholly de stroyed. On the 7th tho air there was stagnant and humid, tho heat suffocat ing, and tho skies were heavy with dark clouds that from time to time discharged copious showers. These conditions continued until late in the afternoon of tho next day. At noon on the 8th the barometer stood at 74.05, And, though tho heat was as great as during the preceding day, a steady wind was blowing from the east and gradually increasing in strength. By 6 o'clook that evening the fury of the cyclone began to be felt. An hour and a half later tho scene, revealed by fit ful Hashes o...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

3L m 4, ALL SORTS. Carp culture is spreading. Surgeon General Barnes is in greatly improved health. In England there are a million more paupers than voters. Arkansas has a two years1 supp1y of corn, oats and wheat. The new style lass napkins can be had lor $100 per dozen. Manufacturers in France wcr never more busy than they are now. Cochran, Ga., has a gifted cow that roots potatoes out of the hills. Manufacturers in France were never more busy than they are now. Senator Windom is spending 890,000 on his new house in Washington. Governor Cornell is packing up his furniture at the executive mansion. Savannah is arranging to honor the sesqui-centennial of her settlement. A Kalamazoo babe, found inverted in a swill-pail, was barely resuscitated. Denver claims to have more restau rants than any city of its size in the union. Michigan claims to have gained 50, 000 new settlers in her nortliern coun ties this year. The gift of Mr. Paul Tulane to Louisiana for educational purposes is expe...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

fjmmu.i.iJiuiWAm'r imkMJWfj .uimxtLtMmmramMmMt c The Transporter 'r CHEYEXXIS AlU) AKAl'AHOE AGENCY, INDIAN TERRITORY, JAN. 11, 1883. The Cherokee council lias appro priated ."5 0,000 to vaccinate the Che rokee Indians. WICHITA AOKNCY NEWS. intcrfcrcins with On the 'It h inst. Vinftsi hncJ a shoot ing .'illVny, which resulted in the kill ing of J.'T. Lester by C. S. Rutlcdge. The murderer is in custody. Thanks to somebody for the miss ing number of the Tjiansj'OKTEK for which we advertised. Send in your name, and we will reciprocate the favor. Sheriff J. M. '1 brails, of Sumner count v, lias published a n ward of , ,$2,4G0 for I he Jirrcst of Jim Talbott, Bob liiglrec, James Martin, Bob (Munson nd Dug Hill, who murder- cd Alike Meagher, on the 17th of DeclSS1. One "W. M. Wells, who has been ranging in the neighborhood of Can tonment for some time prst, has been furnishing the Caldwell Post and other "susceptible" sheets with reports of imaginary Indiaiveouncils and Indian troubles o...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

?7 Hi. jitettisfasMMat '. J', w wraxaaa x AVrl.li Ul 1 Ju Jdj 3 1. Ju ll 1 Gjso. W. JfAifFKT, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOI'UXaL.) Lapis Mkukitt. Local 13tlUor. Tol. IV. t? Choyonno & Arapahoo Agency, Darlington, Indian Territory, Jan. 11, 1883. No. '8. .TMw:aAxaMiai33MapnaCTraj3a&aai imhiih'ih wimii 'nr ui'nwmn n. i.inmjjd'i'iiji5inimiifi SPORTER en Wra. Morris & Co., (WK, MORRIS J. A. COVINGTON.) "Wholesale nod retail tlealera In -GROCERIES ! FLOUR, FEED, DRY GOODS, KotlonB, JP&ovlslons, anfi'Trelclitert' Supplies aSitfKtftWy. sy&'orwardlnfj Aponts to nil points In 111 Indian Territory. GHHTBAUER BEOS, -AT- ABKAWSAB CITY, KANSAS. -O- Caldwell, Kansas. STAR LIVERY & FEED STABLES, ARKANSAS CITY, KAS.. BIUUS9, PATTSESON & OS,, Props, EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS. GOOD - CORRALS JTor Branding purposes. S'alto with sheds lor f ondltiR nil kindK of stock, for the special cecotnino'latlon of the cowman, freighter, and the Territory uian uenei'ully. to an...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

fBff HUWmwM IMKUlttllMMMtmteW i itjkii9mmumat-m.ri,ivvmmaMm 1 The Transporter. HubscvipUou, $1 por Year, In Advnnco. . Entered at the Poatofllco at Darlington, as iccond class matter. MAIL TIME TARLE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Line. Aitnivu. From North 11 a. in. Mondays Excepted. AKKIVK. From South JO a. in, Sundays Excepted. Stages, simio time, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays; going K Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. V. R. It, TJMK TAISLE. rtossongor; Accommodation, GALDWKLL B1UTI0N. A1UIIVK. 11: 60 A.M. 8:40 P.M. DHIWKT. : 00 P.M. 0:20 A.M. Now goods ! now goods I ! new goods ! ! ! Jil Connell's. Cowboys who want n good squaro meal, should call at the City Hotel. York-Parker- Draper, Mercantile Co., Caldwell, Kan., Headquarters for- Cattlemen and Drovers. Call and examine the nobby suits of' winter clothing just received at Connell's. You cartel help but buy. ""Cattlemen, come to Headquar ters and fit yourselves out in winter cl6thing, underwear, hats, ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

tt taww wrs.wsTqCTyPBigJEflMwnfl uuwim mow i AKi'Mcre T:HE TRANSPORTER Subscription, $1 pur Yunr, In Advance. Entered nt tin Postofflco ut Darlington, ecund ehiatf nuttier. UH MAIL TIME TA til. K. CaMwdlli 't. Sill i.inc. ATtMVJ'.. AHHIVM. From 'North 11 n. in. From Snulli 10 n. m MomJnjy ETCui'ptiMl. muhIm.m- Exi-rpK'd. StnKot, fhiiu! lime, roinjr 6. Tni'Mln.-., Tlmvsdnys&Snnm'n.vd- going N. Mondays, Wudnusduya & Fridays. A. T. & 8. F. R. U, TIME TABLE. CALDWULl. STATION. a it itivi-:. nKi'Airr. FftSBcngir. 11 -ft) A.M. I 3:00 1'. M. Accommodation, 8: 10 i'. M. 1 a: 20 A. M. ttfrraod'aAUBfr u fc w -.awfci:t CHEYENNE SCHOOL LOCALS. FORT RENO LOCALS. Samuel'Fred,-of tlic Wichita Agen cy, was uu on Monday on a Hying visit. Capt. Carroll is in. command of Ft. Reno during the absence of Maj. Bennett. Rev.J.-B. "Wic'ks is at Ft. Sill and Wichita Agency, attending to mis sionary wonc. Tork-Parker-Drapcr, .Mercantile Co.. Caldwell, Kan., Headquarters for Cat tinmen and Drovers....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

1HE WM TRANSPORTER. PUHLISIIJ'.D SBMI MONTHLY, In the Interest of Indian Cirillzatlon and Progress, TEBMS, $1,00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. CI..OHJK THIS J3LIXDS. Close the blinds iimi drop tlic curtains, Hang tin; crape beside the door, Since across the my 8 tie river Angels bore ourWeet Lcnorc. Up above the skv oC be-tity, In the angel land eo bright, She will wear the crown of glory In the diadem of light. Enter softly to her chamber, Gaze upon the form so fair; See how quiet she is sleeping. While the angels guard her there; And a smile is on the features Sueh as earth could never give, While she journeys o'er the river, "With the blest to ever live. Now, the waxen arms are folded O'er the calm and peaceful breast, And in all her maiden beauty She has gained the life of rest, Leaving friends to weep and 6orrow O'er the loss they will sustain; But we know that she is happy, And their loss "will be her gain. King the mullled bell quite softly, There is crape beside the door, And our dear...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

3? 4 1 Troubles of Women. Upon tho whole,it is a dreadful bother to bo a woman, and do the thing up in good shape. In the first place, you've got to look well, or else vou're nobouv. A man may bo homely, and still popular. Whiskers cover up the most of his face, ami, if he lias wrinkles on his fore head, they may speak of his cares and thoughtful 'disposition, and tell each other that his wrinkles arc lines of thought. Lines of thought, indeed! when, in all probability, his forehead is wrinkled by the habit he has got of scowling at his wife when the collee isn't stron": enough. A woman must always be in good order. Her hair must be frizzed and banged as fashion demands, and she must powder if she has a shining skin; and she must manage to look sweet, no matter how sour she feels; and she must hang iust so, and her laces must always bo spotless, and her boot but tons all in place, and linker-nails clean, and she musn't whistle, nor climb fences, nor stone cats, nor swear when she's ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 January 1883

kJS 90 AL. DJCAK. CXh. DEAN DEAN BEOS., Brdera of Thorough-Brad and Qradad Short-Horn Cattle. AAXAHIAl C1TT, COYl'LKT COUNTt, KA. DtGKRY IJH01. Canton m Mtt In V. Ty It mull N'ortUan l Sontli CiVUi litin vlr. crs. Cattle branduil wlfli .iiimo limnd on oithi'r side or Hip some on both rtulu.t. Horsp Ur-uvl TL oa lufl'liip or r,hoaIiJL', Tl i i ih iGO to: a. "W: 1 ?iK .?- r 77 y EAR MARKS.-Croptho right; Under half Crop tho It'll, or reverse. Horse brand Don luftHhouhler. Ilansro, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, G W Miller, limine well, Kstn. NO on left ido nnd 101 nnd brnoa knob on ei ther liorn. AIbo .JY on loft ulilo; T roB8 T left iddo; IC left Join; n'neTd LK lylne down on left loin; circle baron both Jqwh; X on left 8id; LE on right Hide. IIoiko brand , connected LK on left idioulder. 11 on left ulde X left hip nnd dewlnnpcd. Sylvcater Flitch, Manager. Suit Fork Hunch. T 8 Hut ton, Skeleton IT Also circle; rirclo bar ; bar circle ; ha r c i r c 1 c heiirt: circle withperpen dlcular bar; ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 January 1883

fyd tJMQgMAuw MuJgMMM('lVWKMUMkM WVAMftMMUB MIMM? muWWmMMMM TRANSPORTER Gko. W. MAyvnT, Killtor & 1'ropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUHNAL.) J.afi: Minmrrr, Local Editor. Vol. IV. Chcyonno & Arapahoo Agency, Darlington, Indian Torritory, Jan. 20, 1383. No. g. rsuJvetssTJrKroratjKarsMKCTWfTtcaw mmmtiwmummmmmtummm CHEYEME tf m m THE STOCKMAN. Thero iauothlug.Bosay, . Ab when during May The stockmen aro having their round-up.-No longer In camp, And in mud houses damp, The jolly cow boys arc bound up. The Mexican pony He looks proud and tony, And seoma to feel winter is over; Cares ad., for his master, And runs all the faster, Ho is smelling the grass and the clover. And many a beast' Is later shipped Kant . , While westward goefe many a dollar; ' Bo stockmen como all And dress-up in the fall,. Ileal nobby from the feet to the collar. A3 thoclothingmcn's "Uoss" Is well known Kahn & Schlose. Where the stoefcmen all moot and aro trading So you'll purchase-1 guess, At the firm "Iv. &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. — 26 January 1883

CD CD O O CD O o 0 d CD 00 CO c-t-. WG CD O o P h3 rm p CD GO CO S3 01 w S o s Cfq CD W CD Da O P 00 CD HQ 5 0 4 KIDENOUK & THOMPSON EtofBS2?mTmmm "3iS23""" i3Hlitof9SZ Watchmakers and Jewelers, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. t3-l'rompt attention elvon to REPAIRING WATCH KS and other JEWELRY sent na by Mall or Exprcno. THE CHEYEHHE TRASSPORTER. la tlio only Papor published within a radius of a hundred milos, Subscription, $1,00 Per Year, in Aftyauce. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER- rUDLISUIil) SEMI MONTHLY, Ii too Interest of Indian winz&uon and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAH, IN ADVANCE. THIS GROWN V THIS YJKAll. IUtei for Display AdTcrtleowcnle nude ksomi Out of my low little lattice J looked, ami the skies were blue; And the gospamcr robes of the Morning Were spangled with diamond dew; There were pearls on the wayside sedges, And gems on the hawthorn spray, And a scintillant rainbow shiver Ran over the fields and away. A merry tom-tit was singing A-top of ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 January 1883

-J I Ci TIIK HISTORY OF MATCHES. Only Half a Century Since tho Days of Ifllnt and Stool-Tho Ijticlfor In l'ollticfl. j New York World. Nothing, perhaps, could give a more vivid idea of tho rapidity with which the world has advanced in all matters of comfort and conveuienco than tho announcement in the World, a few days ago, of tho death at Norristown, Pa., of George W. Burgess, aged 78, tho first American manufacturer of friction matches. Ho began tho busi ness in Now York City in i'831 or there abouts, but failed. The matches, wo aro told, ''wore made of chlorate of potash, and had to be drawn between two iicces of sandpapor to be ignited. The quantity of chlorato of potash in the country being small, Burgess im ported a lare quantity, but it proved to bo of an inferior quality; tho matches were returned upon his hands and ho failed." Mr. 1). K. Jones, who died at Chillicothe in May, 1880, was another of the inventors of tho modern match, and the people of Vienna have just been cel...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 January 1883

fm lus The Transporter CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE ACJENCY, INDIAN TERRITORY, JAN. 2G, 1883. The Kansas legislature has Bent Preston B. Plumb back again to rep resent them in the United States senate. This gives much satisfac tion to old Kansans in this section. Out in Arizona the Apaches have again been committing depredations and it is reported that bands are dai ly joining the noted chief, Ju, who committed the terrible massacre in Mexico some weeks since ANNUITIES. News reaches here this morning of the killing of Sheriff A. T. Shen ncman, of Cowley county, while making an arrest near YVinfield, Ks. Are have not learned any particulars, and are unable to state that the re port is authentic. Through the kindness of "Hutch," of the Caldwell Commercial, we have received a copy of the "Oklahoma War Chief," the "official organ" of the Oklahoma Farmer Swindlers. The paper is all "patent," inside and out, and contains nothing except a stale rehash of Payne's old writings concerning the "wonde...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 January 1883

'.vi y-u :asja5.aurgi;vr3JWEgaiasgar8iUiwiti n, .idnunKjwri BR "TT WRj " ran "H i ii MENT. 1.1; A 1( kS 1 .' 11 k.1 ' 4 1 M 3- W 'tf-J W t i j :i i 'M I; fi'ii, W. Mmtkt. P. lltnr & Cronr. (I'.ni w ND sroj . i r i.n ...) La !'!: Muittjirr Looil 10 Utor. ol. 17. Oh y mm fc Avt;"t'i5 3 Amur, Divl'.n r5i til'.xi r ).:.$ . f . i 00, 1033. lioro. . tnrcni:cMciqr3atgaB33fr.srai ttix.,JWivjxttx2iiriBKrtiniwvv7i'!rKrrmwnrvt usjj.u'.ntumxttfVmMtiMvwtrm.'iwMtr.'n uj'i Aiam nn JL PC) SlTPPi V I'f JU 1 Win, Morris & Co, 5 (Wil, MOrUilS J. A. COVIXOTON.) Vh Afi. and r t 1 ''e ilrn r 'GROCERIES ! FLOUE, FEED, DEY GOODS, Notion , Crvllnn. himI T olg leiV t32T'0!warl,ijr Atrc is lo -ill olnls In Ilu lt.Ul.iu luir.tuiy. SCHIFFBAUEB .TV C Si f"'7 rotr, tan pri M If 11 U V ."4 I Caldwell, Kansas. ATM LiyHY&fED5TA3LES, Alt KANSAS CITY, KAS.. RILLUSD, PA773S323 & C., Props. EVKRVTlLiXa KISIoT-CLASS. GOOD - -CORRALS T : HiiiM'H't.j iiii-' ".'. ' hU w ill '(! ! foi ti a . kI ii fl'.vrH f i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 January 1883

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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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