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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

bJ wwwwsj Kttiii)jm&mm&mmimmH4iifi&imm The Transporter SS25 m. urin. . i r i '- i -T i - i Subscription, tl per Year, In Advance SK"ShP50,11co atDarllnBlon, as second claas matter. MAIL TIM R TABLE. Caldwell A Ft. siU Line. ivniuv from North lln.in. Mondays Excepted. AIMlIVt" From South io a. m. ftuminys Excepted. HimroflT ;; ,' V" ' :' ,l3 cii. A. T. & 8. P. K. R, TIMK TABLE. CALDWELL STATION. Passenger. ATm I ?STm Accommodation. SMOriJl: I I'oam. James Morrifoncamo in from1 the long 0 range on "Sunday, on a short business trip. F. W. Tieman was at Caldwell last week, and brought back with him a fine two seated spring wagon for Mr. Soger's livery. Ono more brand added lo the I RANSiwrRK herd this issuethat of John Volz, who is holding cattle on the strip near Cantonment. The work on Darlington & Mur phy's new hotel is progressing nice ly, and it will be pushed forward to completion as soon as -possible. We have a batch of items from Cantonment this issue. This i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

Til V: FRONT UATK, An ohl anil crippled gate am I, And twenty years have passed .Since I was swung high and dry Betwixt, those posts so fast; But now I've grown so powerful weak Despised by man and ueast I'm scarcely strong enough to squeak, Although I'm never greased. 'Twas twenty years ago, I. say, When Mr. Enos White Game kind of hanging 'round my way 'Most every other night. He hung upor my starboard side And she upon the tothcr, Till Susan Smith became lls bride, Anl in due time a mother. I groaned intensely when I heard Despite I am no churl Mv doom breathed in a single word. The baby was a girl! And as she grew and grew and grew, I loud bemoaned my fate; -For she was very fair to view, And I 1 was the gate ! Then, in due time, a lover came, Betokening my ruin, A dapper fellow, Brown by name, The grown up baby wooin' I ' They sprang upon me in the gloam, Ana talked of moon and star: ' They are married now and live at home Along with ma and pa. My lot was happy for a vcar, No c...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

v3 i THE ENGLISH SOLDIJSJl. Uow lio Wih Kegirrtotl Hair a Century A co by the HrltlHh Public. Saturday lluvk'W. lie whs regarded as an outcast and pariah, and avoided as a leper, or a mad dog. Novel writers depicted tbo family scapegrace bringing disgrace and degradation on his lriends by en listing. Magistrates on the bench publicly upbraided young men who had so far forgotten what was due to pro priety ami decency as to become soldiers. Tho apparition of a red coat at one door of a railway carriage would be speedily followed by the exit of the passengers at tho other, leaving the wearer in undisturbed possession. True, he was never refused admission to restaurants and respectable places of public resort, as has happened not so very long ago, for tho simple reason that he never refused to seek it. A patient from the smaM hospital would have stood a better chance than the soldier. His life in barracks was cer tainly not adopted to develop his intel lect or to make him a desirable me...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

,f i i Ai deax. Cal. dean DEAN 13K0S., Breeders of Thorou?li-Brod and Graded Short -Horn Cattle. ARKANSAS CITY, COIVLKT COUNTY, KAJ. ----- - - - n - DICKEY imOS. 'Cantonment Ind. Ty Hanoi) North and GrO TO 'South Canudlr.n rlv. ord. Cuttlo brandodl tvltli8Kni(. brand on either side or hip- & some on both Bide). Horse brand TL oa. loll hip or should, ZMM ' . HI. ! BH It l&Al?BIB&B&EBr ,M u i Tl MfTWAJkf I"::1Prn' "' --ftrT-&i2l! QBEailME i'SvVJi JHfelS m-. KAll MAI.KS.-Croptho HslJt; Uiulei half Crop the left, or reverie. Hefub brand 1) on It'll shoulder ZS-ango, Ottor Crock, Ind. Tor, GW' Miller, ' Jiim.i. owe, Kftii. NO on leftside and 10 and brans knob on ei ther horn. Also .JY On left side; T erOsft T. lea vMi W1.I IVC7 'KftV V sj v Irwwtfx.. able; JU -,f jcrcKMS loin; e'neM'd -JmfeZ4- i'nSK- WVI 1 . . , i fr "t----".,M-rfiJ rrrjra l-: down on Irfr loin : circle bur on both .laws; X oiflelt iide; Ltt on rhdil hide. Ilorc brand .-connected J.iy on Jelt shoulder...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

of- E- - au. i ! wi in Mtacn 'T1-iWKil IRA NSPOKTE E. Gko. W. Mai'MiT, Editor & Rropr. (VfDIAH AND STOCK .lOUUNAh.) JiAFE MEnuirr, Local Editor. Vol. IV. Oheyonno & Arapahoe Agency, Darlinsylon, Indian Torritory, April 12, 1833. Tea Pages. No. 14. trxu!cni.ium.n.us:3reKBii9?i!uJ- iMUvM.rr wi uinX2'lWTW?JUFWVWyTW,Kl WLNSWfMUTURBfSfBHRSKJi J Jt mac ,rxr .re -.' v-AifllBfcLr Jtf V 11 W. B. HELM, Ilunnewell, iCan.. Hanpp 8 p ol Hunnc- w !,. Home wiin r, loft Hfiouldfr. Alfl'jnnin ca'? H evkvl wltb di.ivlnrc t i I,-", on both Si: i)l thH on r!ht &&& McLKLLAN CATTLK CO. pirfi 'I like thinh K- ftf iV7 W iKZ difMwv &s r?. vyotuz Ay vfr!&i) flRWi h rf & B3 J! Otoo Agency, I. T. Range Mack L'eai ..; C y on side or i ear mark. ii:i Ail. . (iaili, (inn. Sunt. 'u'.i'.-1. Horse brand c tJ v.iih different JOUNbONS & HOS.M"52, Arkansas ntr. Kans. Itince Old Water and halt Fork. 1 T. riomc bradded H Horse brand Mice this oi : if it ishnuidf r and i.tu .. r ?SiSSIS...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

HU.UIUM JJ.JHJ.UII- WBBMWm.lWWMMWWWIIIMUM-.IIIWUW CD CD f i. O O CD O S3" O c-t- 0 C3 s o CD CO 0 Cj 1 o c 5- H' CD O K s 2 rJ C '-' GO Sffl E rn-s r CD Si (J co BO? H- qa (5 1 5 ,-l- fN'. 1 u 1" Pi u 20 7i P MR? VJ I CL o o Us Cftj CD CO CD PO CO o cr" H"! Q Qj " GO o I 1 nsca CD jtn EIDENOUR & THOMPSON iCl-S n . mwegtay Watchmakers and Jewelers, ATvI.4.X3AS CITY", KAN. rI'rnmpl Attention slvrn to ItKI'AlKINO WATCMIUS unci othor .IKWEMtY aont us lijr THE CHEYENNE TRAHSPORTER. Is tli8 only Paper publioLccl within a . radius of a hundrod miles, Brand Advertisements $5 Par Yoar. jJabscriirtloii. $1.00 PerTeur, In Adyance. THE CHEYENNE MMIER, (iNI)lAX AND STOCIC .I0UUXAL-) i ' Giso. W. Mapi'kt, Editor & Propr. IjAFb Mbhiiitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Ycnr in Advance. Cheyenne & A apahoc Agency, Darlington, Indian Tcr. IUtea for Display A4xMtlranU nde Iawt STATE NEWS. There is nol an empty houso in Con cordia. Tho (lardon City land office will be opened hi Juno. Th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

mtmi i.. jiu tf.ii-umr;,vr;) aw nil j'Ji.mmi iumpjHft.m. MmammmmuMja fij,aiiwaiujw..jnMEijJiAJiimfjuvcw 1 1 r 3 T3HL"Ti"cc jna rT.jwmni)imm4LWWji'nniiiMjwi.iim.it,cJBtl tf .it Tim ruruiSK or TIIK 1'CJTiVrO. Alarm CnnucnitnK thn Crop in the ISritlli Inlands. Ciilc-flgo T'lUPi. During' the, Inst ft sen! yon r tho United State imported, chiefly from Sco'lund, S,77S 808 bushels of potatoes, valued tit, the point of shipment at $-i,G7bllflS They paid duties to the amount of '2$ ,'U con us per buhel. The crop never re ceives the attention it deserves in this country, and many feet ions :irc very poorh supplied with potntoos. The portions of I ho country hestaduptcd to tho production of the potato uro also favorable to tho production of .small grain, and this receives the greatest attention. Most farmets prefer to raise grain because tho crop can be sown, harvested, and prepared for the market by tho employment of ma chinery. They also prefer grain to potatoes because it can be stored ami ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

,JL ! mtimtmniintm)ihnKwarirtU,iiiiiir'tfimz,tiiJM&miifmuvKiM&iit-iitT: ttwMwrwrawaw The Transporter SubHcrlptlon, $1.00 per Annum. GIIBYEHNB AIIAPAIIOE AGENCY, INDIAN- TMRITOHT, APRIL 12, JH8.'3. rvmmmmmtrvmmtumwmrmtmfrtmiarmtm-mwmv TO HE ICNLAllCED. K will bo 1160085,1 vy to add fight cqlumns additional to (ho Trans-' I'OitTisn next iss.uc to accommodate tho largo list of brands of Iho Chicka saw ftloclc Association, awarded-up by' a popular vote at their recent convention. This will make the TrfXBPOiiTicit a twolvo page forly oight column paper, and its cijrcubi .lion -will also he increased Lhn-o quires. Thehrands Will appear next issue, the material having been or dered from the Cincinnati Type foundry. tm wt-iiin rfiwjwiiwrMmi Special I id i. In Agent Townsend roccntly made an ollicial visit to the Sate & Fox Agency, .lie was during apart of last year Agent for the Sac &tFox tribes, and ho is said to he well posted on Indian affairs. Thirteen children were rece...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

oh tfS3i - TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. Geo. W. Maftbt, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AKH STOPIC .TOUKXlL.) Lafk Mbkritt Local Kdltor. Vol. IV. Ohoyexmo & Arapahoo Ajjenoy, Darliiifirton, Indian Territory, A-pril 12, 1883. Ton Pajros. No. 14. iiuiuim innaanaMBMnnMMBHMMaMM 1 THE STOCKMAN. SOHIFFBAUEE BUGS,, Thttro is nothing so guy, As when during May Thcstookmen tiro having their round-up. No longer in camp, And in mud housos damp, The Jolly cow hoys are bound up. Tho Mexican .pony Tie looks proud and tony, Aud 8001119 to fool winter ia over Caros a-d ... for his master, Aud runa all the faster, Ho is amolHng tho'graaa antt'.tho clover. ' And many a beast Ub lator shipped East While westward goca many a dollu; ' So stockmen come all , And dreaa up-in the fall, Ileal nobby from tho foot to the collar. A3 the clothlugineri'fl "Boss" Is'well known. Kahn & Sehlosa. 'Where tho stockmen all meet and uro trading So you'll purehnso 1 guesa, At thcilrm '.'K..& S." xWho9c goods wear fore...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

J (a 5 f, m1- f ! Jmrn The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Year, In Advance. Entered ntthe rostoillco nt Darlington, a second class mutter. MAIIiTLMETAHLK. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Mnc. AftlllVK. From North II a.m. Mondays Excepted Auittvt:. From .South JO u. in; KnndnyH Kxceotwl. Htnc?oR. Hftino time. koIiik ,S. Tuupuivvh. riimmliiyfi&Sftlurflnyfl; tfolng N. Mondays, WcdncHuays & Fridays. A. T. & S. P. Jl. Ji, TIME TABLE, CAL1)Wr.1.L STATION. AlllllVfi. DUrAItT. PAVaottKer. llrOOA.M. 1 3:00 1. M. Accommodation, 8:40 ! M. I C: 20 A.M. The Franklin LamUfe Cattle Co., ofl K. Y., recently bought 95,000 hind 'of cattle of the Heard nffld-lili' HliWod boy, of Texas, paying the siuttof .$2,000,000 for the herd. vim sale; Jj'our yoke number one work cat tle')' five to six years old.'' Alsrj two ox' wagons, capable of carrying a. lofotfof 10,000 lbs. Entire ontfit will bc-solcl for $406" cash. TTomek AVellman, Ft. Ttcno; I.'T. In Montana recently a band of the Crows made a sudde...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

gwimiTOtfiMgwraygiiMKvKjaura fcjvxi...mBaMffi8ftiW'geMgim, wl.jhui uiw rui wmww : w n: Kwmau. i The Transporter .Subscription, $1 por Yetir, Iji Atlvanco. Entorod nttho PotlofflOQatDnrlinglon, a suuonfl class Matter. MAIL T12IIJC TABLE. Caldwell & n. Sill Lino. Astiuvie. Fi-oin iSovih 11 a.m. Mondays Excepted. ARIUVK. From South 10 a. in. Sundays Excepted. CHEYENNE SCHOOL LOCALS. Chester A. Arthur has left the tailor's bench this quarter for out door work, on account of his health. A number of the Cheyenne school boys were trying their skill in arch ery at the beef corral on Monday morning. Stusros. same lime, iroinsr S. TuesdavH. Thursdays Saturdays; going X. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. F. it. II, TIME TABLE. CALDWKLL STATION. AHItlVK. DKPAUT. Ptiseongov. 11 : fiO A.M. I 3 : 00 J M. Accommodation. 8 : 10 J. M. I 5 : 20 A. M. Krritviijj.tiaj-LinKrgniJxijjjiiiii,MuijrTLii-3i.ririit-wit'i?-j Jas. S. Morrison returned to his Washita range, after spending a wee...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

ulihhhwiiii1 mmiiwiii w amtuuiu iwai jjmv.MsnBECS.1 nTFpj.iniK, uiuim uiiwjMmiuxLn-mimvnjuuJijiliii:itLWitiwr i w iiii ' ihiii 1 1 ii ii i i in ii i ii in im - ihmii i win mrm INDUSTRIAL. An exchange hh thai rho difference between tho yield of eggs in the most prolific eases, as compared wiih poor layers, K as throe or lour to one. in favorable instances indiviiiusil lions have !)fon kucwii to produce 2.30 'KK per your. Vol 200 is reached so .seldom us to be culled a remarkable yield. The gr-'aic'-t. average yield that we have ovoi Mini ourselves, in a (1 ek of twelve lions, was 1'IT egs per annum, while the greatest average in twelve Hocks, numbering in all 100 layers of various broods, wufl 102 eggs. In tho latter cags there were eight dillbrent breeds, and some were old lions and others wore pullets, and many of tho number wore employed a part of the tinio hatching and roaring chickens. Crop reports received from every section of WallaWalla, Columbia, Gar field, and Whitman count...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

t agixiftgranictt aawiwmfm vyn&jmji u iauje.'g CWMrma1MBBjgBW "fWrtswwi A KA0I5 FOR A KISS. lfov a Nevada. Woman (Jtirod Iter Hus band ol' Tippling. Vlrjclntn City Letter. A butter-peddler from Honey Lake relates with groat glee liow a neighbor of his was cured of too frequent tipping tho gin-bolllc. This neighbor married ayouno, handsomo and spirited lady, and for a month or two all went well in the house and about the farm; then the husband fell buck into his old tricks. The wife remonstrated and for a timo the husliand reformed. Presently, how over, she became satisfied that the "bottle-tipping" was again going 0n. When she spoke to her httbband about the matter he swore that the "aroma" she detected was that of a eolie medi cine he was taking, he having devel oped a most intractable colic, forMioro lief of which he had brought home and paraded a bottle of medicine. The wife was confident thai Micro was kept somewhere about the premises a considerable store of a very differen...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 April 1883

nMrawajHaanyam niinn.iiwwmm Wt.lJBll'Wlligtim'WftmLMUJ4JJglBWMm'ii MRJl AU'.wA4mmiM.mwmn A L. DKAK. CAL. DEAN DEAN BROS., Broodora of Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Cattle. ARKANSAS CITY, COWI.lt Y COUSTT, KAS. 0-0 TO: ?K "N DICKEY BROS. Cantonment Ind. Ty llaneh North and South Canadian rlv. era. Cattle branded with same brand on either wide or hip & some on both sides. Horse brand TL on left hip or shoulder, Carnegie & Fraisar Range on Coldwa tor. I. T. P..O. Tond r v JtJ M. '.fv- fc l&f' 5&w W''l .'!. Rfe JK11-' TC1.: ISA It MAltK. Croplho right; Under half Crop the left, or reverse. Horse brand 1) on loll shoulder- Rangro, Otter Crack, Ind. Ter, Q "Wl Miller, Hiinnowell, Kan. NO on loll aide and 101 and bniH.4 knob on oi Ibcr horn. Also ilY on loll siilo; T cross T left side; 1C oltrma loin; c'neM'd - t. flttfWtf?yl'fWPTtHBnBii8Wli IKni ffflrrV vr BiS v .. .. .'I U lit "tin . ' w.na r tw-vw .. f.. rr'M 7T-,r : - -J rjflkvu. SSSMSP" LK lying tw-5kkmu!."' down...

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 April 1883

L(J 7 my) "vrr . qNm CJko. W. AlAi-rsr, rVltor & Propr. (INWM AM) SToUv ')' ItXAU) 1 atk MMiurrr, Local Editor. Vol. IV. Uiovoi. i A- ,uah, Ajcncyi Darlington, Indian Territory, April 36, 1883.-Ton 3?agMi. STo. 15. uMi -j' m. im.imim.L-Lii-jiM:iMv umia-m ).i nor Tn-irm il n'liiiiirin fflu nil in , i rr -rnr"',JmJ-H'',"'"''1'''-,'Ma'"IJ''-''y'tw W. B HELM, ERIN SPRINGS LETTER. Tl ATI fTTl T a k fh" frit K n . B-v y JLJ1 !!l JL M JiL -i JL J ' il VI f H Ki IR PI I . V 7 - . JL; JL. . JL J JLUI .ii':jT.pweU, Knns. h in , c of Wunnc . mi. Home with - vie left shoulder. A f so nome cattto bfrujded with drc w'nr; knife ou hot' shoul ders. Hjrso brand hko thH on i Ik lit UilKli McLZLLAN CATTLE CO. Otoo Agency, I. T., S. A. oath, (ton. Supt. Range Black Bear and Still Water. Horso brand CMomldeor hip. Somo cattle with different ear maiks. JOHNSONS & nosiiEU, Arkansas City. Turns. Range Cold vvter and Salt Fork, I. T. Sonm bradded H ITor?).brand llko this oh let t. shoulder and hip o...

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 April 1883

antmniMmmrmmnniMiiHMjtv TIE CHEVENNE TRAHSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOL'HNAL.) Geo. W. Mapi'ist, Editor & Propr. Lath Mbkiutt, Loeul Kill tor. Subscription, $1 per Your in Advance. Cheyenne & A apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten A (JAY UUIjF I'OllT. (iitityimiH DuhIIimhI In llnvo an Important I'hico in Ooinmurru. Correspondence New York Tribune. The country around Guaymas, like allSonora, is hilly and arid. It rains rarely, but the soil is exceedingly fer tile, and the experience of those who have tried it shows that boring for water is as apt to meet with its proper reward there as elsewhere. 1 visited the ranch of Sonor Bustanicnte, about live miles from Guaymas, who cul tivates some two hundred acres by ir rigation. He got water at a depth of about twonty-iivo feet, and put in a steam pump which delivers water enough to irrigate about four hundred acres. I saw there a piece of alfalfa a sort of clover, a favorite green feed for cattle on tho Pacific coast- which was th...

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 April 1883

I '7 ,;WWM ..t'UUi BMJU." "AHrWMXM.i"J!U'Jtl aUjijliTjiwriiLJii(w'v'H TJT v MENT Lv.L JM A X 1 -JL. ? h n ' m rww 1JL J Gko. W. MAPnsx, RrUtor & Propr. (IXl)TAN AND STOCIC JOnUNAl..) I.avu MKURTri', Local I3lltoi . Vol. TV. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency, DairLinftton, Indian Territory, April 20, 1S88. Ton. Tuff. No. .14. uh iiinuw Ajmijn m iimjJimmxWLXT VMairr' .m hs&smTGuncMUjws:xvcjnsimjiLL,ii,uie:j&M)&tJLJiL TD A VCDr R cYTimrT i uUI I Iji1j m W MM IM B." hi m I JL JL&xilJLi kjJL B I fc I i i' I TTIK STOCKMAN. There is nothing so gay, As wheu during May The stockmon arc having tJioiir round-up. "Kd longor in camp, Ami in mud ttonsos dump, The jolly cow Uoya arc bound Up. Tho Mexican pony Jlo loolrs proud and tenvy, And seems to fool winter is QVW, Cures ad., for his master, And run 3 sill tho faster, Ho is smelling tlio'gmss aucVth clover. And many a bon3t li later shipped Kust While westward goes many a dollarj -So stoclcmcn come all 'And dross up in tho ful...

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 April 1883

uv m f ilr i 'urn iwunm BwrwMWwiwHiiiiM wii'iiiitoiotfiiun ytVwcnwiMi fjimww mi .iiimvwMewjLiiwnwfngiHtf '4 The Transporter MAIL TIME TAllLH. C'aldwoll&Ft. Sill Lino. AltltTVl'!. A Ml! VIS. From North 11 u. ir. From south 10 a. m. Mondays Hxeepled. .Sundays ISxcoplwl. BtiiKos, same iline, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays tfolng X Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, STHAYISI"). Oho light roan horse, nine years ol'd, willi Spanish brand on left hip, boiler known in this country like thte ! ffl Also one black horse, '1 oif)MUi years old with star in fbfohcMid and lame in hV; log,- and bAmd like this on loft shouldou and bliigb pj A reward' of $5.00 each will be paid for the return of same to 13. F. ICbith, Darlington, L T. A'CIHCKASAW BOY, AbOii'of Mont ford T. John. son, aged twelve, after being in school only one 3fcar, writes to his father from the Sacred Heart Mission in tile following very nice manner : UJ promised you thai I would write a long letter; so here it is...

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