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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 January 1883

JyLJ a -isees The 'Transporter 8lfbclptI0Dtl pet'VcRr, In A'dv&nco. 'Entered at the Poatofllce at Darlington, as iccontl cIbbs matter. , AmtlVE. From Soutli 10 a. in. MAIL TIMETABLE. CrMwcII & Ft. Sill Lino. Aitmvn. From North 11 n. fti. Mondaya Excepted.'! Sundays fcxcepiuci. atagop, same time, .going S. Tuesdays, Tliuradnys&Saturdnya; going N. Mondaya, Wodnuadays & Fridaya. A. T. rS.'F.- iUil.'TJME TAB MS. '. CALDWELISTATION. Ta8ecngcr. Accomin )i'ation AIUIIVK. 11: so A. M. 8:40 P.M. DKrAUT. :$:00 P.M. 5:20 A.M. it?xm J. II. Soeer. who lias been a firm rfrrerid 6f the'T-BAiOKrERniifdihasJ lurnisiieu many uiueruiining iiruui forMts c6lutnns, started for Illinois on'Monday last, and will return in about three weeks with Mrs. Soger 1 and the bairns. Rev. Wicks has returned from the Wichita Agency. Cowboys who want a good s.quare meal, should call at the CityiHotel. Call on Soger '& Tieman for a livery rig and enjoy a ride these Tine moonlight nights. York-Parker-...

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 January 1883

wpssm SCIENCE. r Experimentally it litis boon shown that for every 600-litro wino cask tho burning of 20 grains sulplur, and even loss, is enough to destroy tho action of micodermavini. Late tests by MM. Ostnonl and Witz load to tho conclusion that vanadic acid after treatment by hpdrochloric acid gives a lino green, which is capable of being employed at once in dyeing. In Lioge a company has been formed to purifysowago by liltering it through slate made in tho manufacture of mild steel. It is said that tho slags can afterward bo made available as ma nure. German manufacturers of wire havo more than thoy can do. Their full force have been working night and day trying to overtake orders from Russia, whoro a tarill on.this species of inport is soon expected to bo enforced. Somo English chemists and sanitary reformers have started a movement to niako bread from tho entire g' tin of wheat, and not from tho inner portion only. The movement has the support of the first physiologists of th...

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 January 1883

IlU A ' A DIAMOND W1SDDIXG. Marriage of an AJuatiiin "Cotton KIhk'' In 1'urlB. London Truth. Wo rarely hoar of a diamond wed ding. I never heard of ono until the other evening at the Grand hotel, when a number of men of burly figures, la dies of a pronounced Alsatian typo and blonde and auburn haired children were pouring iuto the room which serves as an ante-eh amber to the groat dining hall. The ladies and children were "expensively dressed, and the for mer had that placid air which comes of well balanced faculties and prosper ous afl'airs. All were going to cele brate tho diamond wedding of a not able Alsatian manufacturer of great wealth, M. Jean Dolfus. This cotton king and his wife are the ancestors of 14G children, grandchildren, great and great -great-grandchildren, who assem bled around them at the Grand hotel. With these were ninety-two husbands and wives of descendants. Besides, there were collaterals in the first and second degrees. The only strangers in the room were ol...

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 January 1883

vr.wum tsmec AX.. 3DEAN. Cat-. Dsan DICKEY BROS. Cantonmont Ind. Tjiv Kanch North and South Canadian rlr: era. Cattle branded with same brand on either side or hip A" oino on both sidetr Horao brand TL o left hip or houldr, DEAN BROS., :" .; -s m" V 3TB9davfi of Thorouffh-Brocl and Graded Short-Horn Gattlo. JJUCAKSA8 C1TT, COM'LEY COUNTT, KA3. :U' r's- j- v.-". vttntfcraattEtoaragrJiitrajt r J L j mnmwnlffi UAR M RKS. Crop (ho rlphl ; Undor half Crop the left, or reverse. Horse brund D on loft shoulder B-ango, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, KULrii NO on ''-MaSL leftside und Xdl rtncl brass XTjdb on oi. ithor born. Also .IV on left, aide; T cross T left s ---- I I I ""' - - I --- --III II --- -. .. ., - .- W fflsn. 3-? siusa -. ivil j-uj fciW T .It 1. I f- "i; -.-. . ddwn on left loin, circle imvon both Jaws; A" oil left side; LK On tight side. Horse brund connected L1C on left shoulder. II on lelt aide X left hip and dewlappcd. Sylvester irii'teh, Manager. Salt Fork Ranch. If 5 Huttoh, Sk'p...

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 February 1883

f 3 Hi-y.m,trmt m li'l.LJ Gho. W. Mafkkt, 10(1 it or & Propr. (INDIAN SI) SI'OCIv. iIUUNl) Lapu .Mi:iu:irr Local flUUcu Vol. IV. Choyonno & Arapahoe Agency, Darllngrboiit In:llan Territory, 3T3b. 10, 1933. Ton P.igrss. No. JO. rs'MtutJu.sssixiiw.umjM-wwjus T.aaratMEawTasiAaujvmre'vaBwvt Lcavr'ruxfJ"4;4(iWk!:i'kUtMfia.i'.nfiitr?isc fn r I r WWr li'8 B. m THE STOCKMAN. There is nuthinj? so gay, Aa "when during Hay The stockmen are having their rouyrt.rtj? Ko longer in camp, And in mud houses damp, The jolly cow boys are bound upi - The Mexican pony He looks proud and tony, And seems to feel winter is over; . Cares -a tV. . for his master, . And runs all tho faster, He is smelling the grass and the clovor. And many a beast Is later shipped East While westward goes many. a dollur;. So fitocirtnen come all' And dress up in tho fall, Real nobby from the feet to the collar. A3 theclothingmon's "Doss'1 Is well known Kahn & Schloss. Where tliO'Slockman alljncotand are trading So ...

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 February 1883

jLjjuuuuuiJj.jnimmKi-niiiiniwiniiiiiinnjtBmMCTCT TIIK SNOW-FALL. The snow lias begun in the gloaming, And busily all the night Had been heaping Held and highway With a Bilenec deep and 'White. Every pine and flr and hemlock Wore ermine too dear for an earl, And the poorest twig on the elm tree Was ridged inch dec) with pearl. 3Vom sheds new-roofed with Carrara Came Chanticleer's mullled crow; The still rails were softened to swan's down, And still lluttered down the snow. I stood and watched by the window The noiseless work of the sky, And the sudden Hurries of Bnow-blrds, Like brown leaves whirling by. I thought of a mound in sweet Auburn, Where a llttlt headstone stood; How the Hakes were folding it gently, As did robins lhc babes in the wood. Up spoke our own little Mabel, Saving: "Father who makes it snow" And I told of the good All-father Who cares for us here below. Again I looked at the snow-fall, And thought of the leaden sky "That arched o'er our first groat sorrow When the...

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 February 1883

jLjb 1 CAPITAL NOTES. Foreign Immigration Tho Abolition of Jnrlea In CourtsTho "lilckor" Oues tlon, etc. J'rcntle.In Atchison Champion. The groat question came up in the senate the other day, on the question of the reference of Senator JCvercst's resolution providing for the repeal of the prohibition amendment. It was moved to refer the resolution to the committee on temperance, which is all that the namo implies. This was stren uously opposed by Senator Everest, who claimed, and with reason, that the resolution ought to go to tho judiciary committee. In the course of his re marks, Mr. Everest said that he had introduced the resolution at tho request of some of tho strongest temperance men in the state. The general course of the debate seemed to show that the senators stood respectively just where thoy stood two years ago, and the reso lution was finally referred to the com mittee of the whole. Before this ses sion is many weeks older, it will be discovered that the whisKy question ...

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 February 1883

.. w"' vaAZtrttkiiu&&J4)xmsaf?txrtii ggg?gNgggS5gS! The Transporter.- Subscription, $1.00 por Annum. CHEYENNE ARAPAHOE AGENCY, INDIAN iTLRRIORY. FEB. 0, 1883. Ladies' oassimcro jackets at cost, at N. V. Evans & CoV The Osacos lost their principal chief, Joseph Pawnee-no-pau-she, on the lSlh met., who died of pneu monia. Since tho enrollment in June, '82, 160 of tho "Wa-sa-shics," as the Che)ennes term the Osapos, Mavo died. The death of "Big Joe" caused mourning among his people, as ho stood very highly among them. Ah interesting letter was received fr&m S. B. Strong, formerly of lort Rhno, but now of Fort Bliss, Texas, far publication, and we are sorry to state that our space will not permit of its insertion. Mr. Strong is an old correspondent of the Transport ed from Reno, and writes a real in teresting letter. Such Mends are appreciated. Twelve schools have been discon tinued, owing to lack of attendance, iii the Cherokee nation. This can not be said of the Cheyen...

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 February 1883

7 7 vi lMlllllrMlllWlwwwBHfwwwwau,, , uwuniiijuiigar.ti.Bmnwr TRANSPORTER Uko. W. Mati'fi', ICilitov it Prom. (INDIAN AM) STOCK .MMIVAI..) La it. MuuKirr, Loral Keillor. Vol. IV. Oh ivenno &: Arn.ttn.lmn Aimnnv. Tln.vlhiirhnn. Tnrtin.it Tnrrltorv. "Pelt. 10. 1888. Toil PairQS. No. 10. nwwwwiTOujvvimaMEcgiCTiaiggTv.ijily..iiji..Ji. miiimiiiiuihiiii ii uj m.L.iH-j,t.uniuwii'ULiTOncrniTiiii mill nil mmi i n mm ihmhiIiihii iihimmii iiiiin iin im i r-nnmiii n nn i in i inn I nmnTiirii-; mir.'-rM oUl I Ju Jcj IVl JTj IN 1. 7 Groceries, Clothnia Furnishing GoixK and till kinds of fndian Good?, &c. Prompt nttuntion giv en to mail orders from the Territory. ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. JBSTButter, Eggs and Provisions on hand. T.B.JOHNSON, -DKALKK IN- Drags & Medicines, suirt everything portuinin to :u first-class Ditru STORE. )()( My motto is "smalt piolits and quick sales." You will always lind a well selected stock of fancy toilet aitlcles, paints, oIIh, drugs, cigars, patent medicin...

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 February 1883

i u. mui'i Mwwr MW'WJ.iJni.MUWiiumiJJUw.iiwjjiAnrmfcTir The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Your, In Advance. Khtcrod at the I'ostollloo nt Darlington, us hoooihI clusa. mutter. n i i 1 1 i i i i -" jl A 1LT i:I15 TAJ JUS. Caldwell & ial Sill Line. AHUIVK. From North II n. in. 3ronduyH ISxoeptod. AKKIVK. From 8ont.li 10 u. m. Sundays recorded. Stages,? sumo time, going 8. I'fioBflnys, Thursdays & Saturdays; going N. Momiays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. iSsS. F. It. Jt, TIAII3 TAHLIS. OALIAVKLli STATION; Ph'saongor. Accommodation; Ainnvr.. iirr.o a.m. 8:10 1II. DKI'AltT. :i:oo j. m. 5: '20 A. AI. ia'cKiaiLK.rarfu:iann37ga!.iLUJji KANSAS HOKDKTl NEWS. Fom the Arkansas City Traveler. Mrs. Prank SclrifTbauer has been sick with the measles, but at the present time, vM are glad to stale, is recovering. Texas horses brought up lastsum JVieY cfor irol do w'ell this winter in some parts of Kansas; especially "Where they arc covrliled. The first winter north is always the hardest...

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 February 1883

n t$wtFWfAfWSRW? wwM&rfcSna8raTB ste Vnwx w naswawiaiM i&utiijmj t.4iwjw.'jmiBiw jimanKiiwmMnm mtvmn&aw?Timmxzaxm, imkbiuu .g&jii i wt wummi ium'u.'v wwnumwjudj JfcJ ! ! -Ill ! !!! I !! I I I WIM The Transporter Subscription, $1 pov Ycav, In Advance. Jflntorcd at the J'ostolllce ntDRi'lington, as socond cluss mutter. MAIL TJME TABUS. AlMtJVG. From North 11 n. m. Mondays Excepted. Caldwell A Ft. Sill Line. AttUIVE. From South JO n. m. Sundays IExccptod. Stages, same time, going S. a'uosdaye, Thursdays & Saturdays; going N. Mondays, "Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. F. Jt. It, TIME TABLE. CA1.DWJ5U, STATION. AltWVK. 11:60 A.M. 8:40 T. M. w-ans!i:,?:wmit&iv!;iaaJK Pnssongor. Accommodation, DUrAUT. 8:00 P.M. 5:20 A.M. THIS ARAPAHOE SCHOOL. Ladies' dolmans at cost, at N. W. Evans & Go's. Cowboys who want a good square meal, should call at the City Hotel. Born At this Agency on the 5th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. P.'G. Scott; a bouncing babjr-boy. York-Parke...

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 February 1883

CD CD O O CD O t o 0 fj O CD Q. tr1 c go p. O H o r CD MMV CD GO go S OQ p5 j Fn eg (D g 0 5. c r CD" GO w CD P3 N M Q P 0 o CD D3 - CD S O CD o GO O Z3 4 RIDENOUR & THOMPSON I cl Watchmakers and Jewelers, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. B-Prompt Attention clvon to REPAIRING WATOHKS and other JliWELRY sent us by Mall or KxproHB. THE CHEYEHHE TRAHSPORTER. Is tho only Papor published within a radius of a hundred miles. MscriirM $1,00 Per Year, inMyancc JBrand Advertisimonts $5 Pr Year. 1HE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. PUBLISH I2.D msmi MONTHLY, !ii the Interest iu Indian civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1,00 A YEAH, IN ADVANCE. W' ! IUUi for Dliplty JLdTortlf owonji made know em tpyUoAUe I lll WfTltrW PMMmKlfWWMM AXL SORTS. A lardy-dah young mim tbo Chicago pork pucker. The prairie is like an upright man void of a fence. It was a one-legged man who begged to be re-memboretl. A suggestion for the oil region Bo not weary in well doing. What is a house without a baby? Well, comparatively quiet. Don't...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1883

1f 9 Sd 1 TUlfi rKNNSYIiVANIA DUTCH. A Claws of Natives that Spoalca Dlll'crotit .Language. Buffalo Courier. Dauphin County, Pa., in this great America of ours and in the very heart of its oldest and highest civilization there aro whole communities whose present inhabitants, as well as their ancestors for a century past, were born where they now reside, and yet are al most entire strangers to the English language, hundreds and even thou sands of them not being ablo to speak or understand a word of it. Take the counties of York, Lancaster, Lehigh, Berks, the northern half of Bucks and the southern half of Dauphin, besides several other counties of the state, and four-fifths of the neonlo will be found to entirely ignore the English language among themselves, and in man' com munities the English-speaking traveler will scarcely be able to iind an one to whom ho can make himself undeistood, certainly no women. These people ar what are known as Pennsylvania Dutch. They have no written la...

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 February 1883

WaWiW j ltuiJmliyjUil iily ''' trnwaMSsaarKBUMa iJ aiMi "iafciil .1 p l HI ! II 1 I i I I Ai.. Dean. c.vl. Dean DEAN BEOS., ISroodoi'B of Thorouffh-Brod and, Graded Short-Horn Cattlo. ARKAKSA3 CITV, COWJiKV COUNTV, KAS. k mri.-irv nnnti JgjSSSipCentonnient Inrt. Ty JflSfflESk Ranch North and IC3-0 TO vmMi c MMuii i.iinii'imn viv. ers. came omnciou with same brand on either ido or hip Aj Bonn- on both sldua. Horse brand TL. on r'swi1' Mfcfetsj lft nilJ 0l sliouldoi, .juiho.JM' I. Oa - IktX &$! !J RM?4brM r I w w Wk 3AR MARKS. Crop the vlRht; Under half Crop Uio If it, or reverse. 3I6rso brand 1) on loft shoulder- B-anffc, Otter Crook, Ind. Tor, G-fyT" W flier, '"fc: jiinnrro'wpn, Kdii! NO on leffpide and 101 and brnsn knob on el thor horn. Aljio .JY on loft side; T cross T left loin; e.'ne't'd ty'' "." ddwn on lrfi loin ; circle fur on both jaws; X orheft side; l.r en lipid side. Horse brand , connected LK on lelt shoulder. 11 on loft aide Iqft hip and h whipped. Sylvester Fllte'...

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 February 1883

50 Xrarsafsimvkxvrnnrirem mKW V. HBiiBiUum TRANSPORTS R Ceo. W. aiafpkt, Kflltor & Piopr. (INDIAN A'l) STOCK JUKNAL.) La km MKftitm.', Local Editor, Vol. IV. Clioyonno & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Territory, Feb. 26, 1833.-Tmi Pacog. CTuiiuKtfwmMt,sAimmn3atMJwruvew , . . , WO. 11. ' " " J ' T " '"! - M-M-, -.., JHft W , ,,.,, . c . rM.-rKxs3ZXritW"'.1tMiSMB3!imaWWLVi III C1I LYENNE TR. NSPOUTKR. 1. O. Darlington, lnrltn.li Territory. ItniiKc In almost every state and tor ritory la the I'nMcri State. Some stray lurot's Iho "Brim Deep." Turn looso in our herd, (it will cost you only $5) and wc will go to the round-up together 1 The Indian Journal of the 5th says Inspector Pollock arrived at Mus kogee on the 12th, and that he will probably remain in that vicinity eight or ten days. Gentlemen, if you wish a good shave or hair cut, you can get it by calling on Joseph Hamcr, at Fort Reno, in Company I, 23rd Infantry quarters. The small-pow scare in the cast earn part of t...

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 February 1883

. ll ! THK AL.HATKOSS. He spreads his winces llko banners to the breeze, lie cleaves the air, afloat on pinion wide; Leagues upon leagues, across the lonely Beas, lie sweeps above the vast, uneasy tide. For days together through the trackless skicc, Steadfast, without a quiver of his plume?, Without a moment's pause for rest, ho flics Through dazzling sunshine and through cloudy glooms. Down the green gulfs he glides, or skims the foam, Searching for booty with an eager eye, Hovering aloft where the long breakers 'comb O'er wrecks forlorn, that topple helplessly. Ho loves the tempest; he is glad to see The roaring gale to heaven the billows toss, For strong to battle with the storm is he, The mystic bird, the wandering albatross ! QdUi Thazlcr, in St. Mcholas for February. THE AIR SHAJBT. A .Story of St. Valentino. I am Jin Englishman, who drifted over to this country at the instigation of my own self-will, and the annoy ances of my father combined. Am I good-looking? It would be ab...

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 February 1883

37 ALL SORTS. Thoro aro 135 convicts in tho Florida ponitentiay. Birmingham, Alabama, is to havo a $250,000 cotton factory. There arc over 900 blind persons in the stato of Arkansas. Last year 100 couple wero married in Holmes county, Mississippi. In the year 1882 tho Hot Springs (Ark.) railroad carried 35,000 passen gers. Orango planting is now being exten sively engaged in along tho Mississippi sea coast. The Clcbourne penitentiary contains 522 convicts. Of these 07 are white and -155 colored. Seven members of the United Slates senate as it stands at present are na tives of Kentucky. Old Uncle Ishmail, colored, said to be 120 years old, died in Lauderdale county, Alabama, last week. Butter from the fancy farms of Penn sylvania and New Jersey now sells in New York for 80 cents a pound. J. M. Harris gathered from one tree in Sumter county, Florida, last week, oranges which ho sold for $80.90. The bored well at Meridian, Missis sippi, is 930 feet deep and no water. It is thought some...

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 February 1883

UI fc."" fiiil kxmmwmm CJBHLtgHil)IWMiWtWWTtWMfOJWWg. jMM1m)tWWM(l The Transporter CHEYENNE SCHOOL LOCALS. Caldwell, Ks., Dodgo, City, Ks Fori Griffin, Texas YORK-PABKEB-DRAPER, Subscription, $1.(0 per Annum. OEYISlt k ASiUHOE AGEJiCY, 1KC1AN .TERR10RY, FEB. 20, 1883. IWPIMBIU TWIIWIIIIIIl So If we have the good fortune to get fU.UU iui iiju iimi;iiiv nani-i uj- pears in our herd this issue, "with which to defray expenses, the Tkans portku will bo represented at the stockmen's meeting at Caldwell on March 6th. The Agency employees w'ero en gaged some days last week in re pairing and putting a new roof on the Agency barn. The Agent did not stand back for any of the boys, but took hold and made a hand in shingling along side the rest of the men. The Arkansas City Traveler of the 21st says Lieut. Stevens with a de tachment of the 9th cavalry, was in that city on Monday last, having es corted the colonists from the Terri tory, and that lie left next morning for Hunnewell to meet Capt. C...

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 February 1883

I vtf )MM l- M m TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. 1 i. W. M.vi n:r, Editor & Propr. (l.VI)IN HI) STOCK .flJUN'W..) I.ifk Miu.iirr bnil Klltoi. ll VlV. Choyenno & Arap.vhos Agency, Darlington, In lian Territory, Fy. 23, 133. To l Pjiffs. No. 11. BMWWWMWWMBMMBWiMaBBMtMJIIJLJiJMIWWnWWWiJIIJBW IBW1WWIWWWWWBMWBWMWWWWWMBBMWWWWWMMW Ur '! rv THE STOCKMAN. TMis nothing so guy, Asvl clurl ngMny The 8lcint-n (ire having their rouuU.up.. No Ion i camp, And iu.ni liouaos damp, The joljow boys arc bound up. The Ajfmiri pony He lookvoud ami tony, And aocjto feel winter is over; Cares a d for his master, And runsi the faster, He is 81110)5 the grabs and the clover. . And muiji beast Is later shied East While u-cshrd goes many a -dollar; So stockinojomc all And dress uin the fall, Keal nobby om the feet to tlio collar. Aj tliculotngmcn's "Boss" Is well knowKnlui & Sclilos? Where the sUrcme.ii all meet and arc trading So you'll puroisc I guess, At the 11 rm "Ii& s.' Whose goods var forever wit...

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 February 1883

inm.iuuK.i ftlflf VtitTU rim The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Year, In Advance. Entered uttho Poatolllco at Darlington, as second clasH matter. MAIL TIME TAR1,E. Caldwell vfc Ft. Sill Lino. AitmvK. IZYmn North 11 u. in. Mondays Excepted. Aititivn. From South 10 a. m. Sundays Excepted. Stages, samo time, going tf. a'ueadays, Thursdays & Saturdays; going K Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T, & S. K. it. It, TIME TAJ1L13. CALUWKZib BTAITONJ Passongor. Acconnnodation, AltHIVH. 11: r0 A.M. 8:40 P.M. DKl'AUT. 3:00 P.M. C : '20 A. M. DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering 250 head; M. B,. PLATT, Proprietor, Hereford, Shorl-TJorn & Galloway CATTLE. Stock for Sttlo & Correspondenco Solicited. M.K. J'LATT. ilKSSE EVANS. KANSAS BORDER. From tbo Caldwell Post. W. IS. CampbelFsforom.an'wrotc him lastThurscliiy that lie haclsccn but about thirty or forty dead cattle on the soutli side of their range, along the Miller and Pryor fence, and' they were mostly Barbour coun ty stook. m Du...

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