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

M'umm im im phbhrMcliaii It. Jit iwa.wracM.iaMiijMW The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Year, lu Advance Entered ut the Pogtoflico tit Darlington , as Second class matter. aiAII.TLMETAHLB. Calchvoll & Ft. .Sill Line. aiujivi:. From North 11 a.m. Mondays Excepted. aiagea, same time ARM VI!. From South 10 a. in. Sundays Excepted, iroinir R. Ttiniitlnva. .. - .. . r? - -- " -.F TinnwiuysiVSaturdayH; going X. Mondays, Wednesdays & Friday. A. T. & S. F. tt.'li, TIME TABLE. CAI.DWHL.I. STATION. AUKIVJ3. I)1AKT. Fassongor. llrfiOA. M. I : 00 I. M. 2i.21.lli!.42? 8;40 JM. I 5 : '20 A. M. Albia Williams visilccl homo last week. Fresh oranges and lemons everv Thursday at Council's. Gilt edge butter, fresh from the Wichita creamery, at Connell's. Preparatory to making a yisit to liiS'homo at Liberty, Ks., Geo. II. Johnson was in from Kingfisher on Fridar. Work on the new hotel is being; pushed ahead. The building is enclosed, and the carpenters arc now working to better advantages...

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 April 1883

jmmjiumwiwi UATTJiUKI 1311) KOf AN013. Koinurlmblo SI?:ht-4 Aftor tins Wifllo of lioltyHlHirKi J. A. "Walker, In the IMiUiulHplilii Timrl. After tho first day's light at (Jottys burg tho writer wtis ordered to take a platoon of men and go over tho field and burv the dead and care for the woundo'd. My first subjeet for burial -was a young "man of perhaps tnirty years, who did not diosuddenly. There was evidence of a struggle, and the torn fragments of letters lying around showed he had a secret that he wished to die with him. Hut the broken pieces of an old-fashioned daguereotypo lying by his side gave me curiosity to learn hi,s name. I tore open the old frame that held the picture he destroyed and found written on the pink paper inside my own family name, that of a young lady living ntWarrenton, S. C. Only her name ami address were written in a feminino hand. 1 took the paper out and placed it in my poeketbook, burying tho dead soldier where ho lay. On my return to Virginia J wrote ...

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 April 1883

73 . ! IIJI I imman iiiinnnjjiLiiiifogiiiiiiiwiiiiT mw cmKuran nnMMEmMmKsai uuum m umu THE cheyeie tbuspobter. Ib tho only Paper published within a radius of a hundred miles. inscription. $1,00 Per Tear, in Atoce, Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. C3T"Rutoa for Display Advertisements made known on application. THIS too UA1IIX." A 13!Hnrlpt.ion oi' Momco (Jrroloy'B New'H Piipor l'uhlinltcd In 184 1. Kingston (X. Y.) Freeman. , Tim other d:iy a newspaper called Tho Log Cabin, published by II. Greeley, at No. 20 N street, datedNov. 0, 18-11, came into the hands of a Free man reporter. The paper is made up almost entirely of correspondence ami is very dill-rent from a newspaper of the present, day. A state election had just, been had, and Mr. Greeley, the editor, says: "We do not waste much space in the details of our state elec tion; it is needless. We have alreaih announced tho loss of the assembly by an overwhelming majority. The sen ate may or may not have gone with it, but in a tor...

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 April 1883

mi 4 roinffmTtHmimrnnrr4MHtefc''T"yuM AL. DEVX. CL. T)BAN DEAN BROS., Broodoru of ThorouBh-Brod and aradocl Short-Horn Cattlo. TIKMCKY BROS. C uitonnipnt Ind. Ty U uuh Noflh and Miutli Ciinudiiiii I'Lv. i:rs. ( iittlo brandod wlthsiinu; brand on cither shin or hip & Homoon both sldos. Horse brand TL Oti left hip ,r shoulder, ;ao to: AIUCAK8A8 CITV.'COWLKY COUNTY, KAfl. in i wpwiwwwwPWi -re a , ' y J , i 1 Hi h ft' ajS&4 13AH MAHKS.-Oroptho right; Umlor half Crop the lelt. or reverse. STy norflo brand J; on left shoulder- &.-J$,tt,$.; Bunrjo, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, G W.'MMor, V lluimnwoll, & 1VU11. ru Oil v'( loftnldo and 101 and brass Jrnob on oi tlior horn. Also JY on loa aide; T cross T loft RiflP' TC Inffc ..,cs RiOT&ifc7 mjrhive loin ; Wtd M!S2KgSSS?6a- jjiviiyi" " v-, - down on loft loin; circle bar on both jaws; X on leftside; IM on right side. JIor.se brand , connected JiK on left shoulder. 11 on left sldo X left hip and dewlapped. Sylvester Flitch, Manage...

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 May 1883

VI Quo. W. MAinrr, lCclltor & Propv. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUKN'AL.) Laitk MKUitirr, Ioeul Editor. 3STo. TO. VoL. IV. Cheyenne & mpahoe Agency, Dnrlinirton, Indian Territory, May 10, 1830.Ten P.xffqi. gpurawms. uj!AivuuKnttjaJm.i?sMi;u'. jr-jlasbi vr: '.ujjljuu a jHcgmay jimkumj HaararBr3gsriitn HHMMMHiM rTrPYPirir I i I a I 1 1 B 01 1 I I p 1 Hi m J J ;4 a W A KPft HTlr.R 1 liii.li k31 llill'Jli. w. n. ih.lm, J) Hunncwcll, Kan.s. itiiuni ' oi iiunnt'- f Some with cti left shoulder. Also some cattle hi ."tided with diawlntr km to on both shoul ders. Horse bra'id like this on rluht thlirh RUBl.RT IIRILS, Fort Reno, Ind. Tci MeLELLAN CATTLE CO. Soino cattle branded with cross on either jaw. Rangoon Boiiih Cair.i dlan river, Ind. Ter. Otoe Agency, 1. T., a. A. (jfith, (Jon. Mipt Range Black Bear and fetlll Water. ITorso bland CM on side or hip. Some cattle with different ear marks. JOHNoONS & H05MER, Li"1 iW$ffiralU8a' v mi tiSSfesSb m& SS&feflg ,ls-wwer. Arkansas City...

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 May 1883

4BB -SCUH'TUKE IN 1JONK. . Allow Uio lCcHldont of a Gutter la Made a Dwollurln a I'aluce. '"Now York Ncwb. About the most unlikely object in. tho world out of which Lo bring beauty of shapo and purity of appearance is a bone an ugly, putrid bono, discarded by butcher alid purveyor, and possibly flung in tiio street to await roraoval by a foraging dog or uncertain street cleaner. Yet this same bono, like the boy who is to bo president, may have a future before it and dwell in marble 'halls. Tho dainty, jowelcd lingers of some bright maiden may clasp it in tho form of a parasol or umbrolla handle tho valued gift of a friend, treasured and admired. Or, moro remarkable . still, it may hold the soft bristles with vwhich tho beauty cleans her pearly 'ioeth. Yet, after all, tho process of trans formation that iits a former resident of 'iiho gutter or rofuso heap Lo bo wolcomo iiu a palace is very simple. All tho curiously carved handles which are so fashionable, and tho quainter the more ....

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 May 1883

7 1 fi'. 1 THE C HE E NS Is tho only Papar published within a radiua of a hundred miles, sJntscriirtlon. $1.00PerTear. in Aflyance. Brand Advertisements $5 Por Year. C2rRates for Display Advertisements made known on application. 9 ' -' ' -in ' Mil 4 Irrigation in lluiny Dititrict. Chlcnfto TIinuB. Irrigation is raroly resorted to iii any country or in any portion of a county unless it is absolutely necessa ry for the production of crops. It is seldom practiced for the purpose of helping out the supply of moisture afforded by rainfall or for preventing the evil results of droughts of short continuance. As a rule it only receives attention in placos where there are no rains or where the fall of water from the clouds is limited to a very short portion of the year. If irrigation is an absolute necessity, as it is in Egypt and some portion of this country, Franco, and Spain it is practiced in a very scientific and very thorough man ner. Irrigation needs to be practiced in many places whe...

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 May 1883

aae muMiti IS-"1 The. Transporter I?ort Griffin, Texas, Caldwell, Ks., Dodge City, Ksl Subscription, .$1.00 per Annum. JHEYENNB k ARAPAHOE AGENCY, INDIAN TBRRITORY, MAY JO, J883. ROUNDING-rP. The loc.il cattlemen have been ex ceedingly busy the past week sweep ing over .the ranges and bunching up the herds. ' The roundmps in the lower country are progressing satis factorily, and owners are well con tend with the progress made. tit THE BEST RECORD. The 'Kansas' City Price Current has blossomed out into a handsome sixleon page four column journal, xmfler the title of ''The Kansas City Live Block- Record -and Price Cur rent." The Record is filled to the brim with range notes, and also gives considerable space to thoroughbred live stock. Its market reports are, of course, invaluable. n. 'THE-ATLANTIC & PACIFIC R. R. The bridge across the Arkansas river at Tulsa, I. T., has been com pleted and the track is in process of construction io a point six miles from the river, where extensiv...

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 May 1883

76 i Bg'BWlUmwWBWKilMIWiMilft'oi ,-immrmwrK-VMKfM-t'frrrr, ''.tM.M.....l'WXlirirfwqgi Tn3Wgtrra'grv I I 1 The Transporter Subscription, $1 pov Year, Jn Advance. Entered utlho Poatoflloo at Darlington, as accond clnss mutter. JUAIL TIME TAJJL1S. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Lino. .SCULEGEL fe T.EPOLD, BLACKSMITHS, long jones' hhick mi or, Bftbt Sixth Street, Caldwell, Kansas. AlllUYK. Aurora North 11 n. m. KUIVH. From South 10 n. m. Mondays Excepted. Sundays Excepted. Stuffcs, samo time, going 5. Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays ; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. F. It. It, TIMH TAIJL12. CAMWi:M, BTATIOIN. AUUIVK. lilirAUT. Passenger. llifiOA.M. I 55:00 P.M. Accommodation. 3: 10 J'. M. I 5:20 A.M. wiiui'iiijji iMinori,. ii.i iiimn mnw nifiww iim uum -i t t L Fresh oranges and lemons every Thursday at Council's. AH cowboys go to the City Hotel' when they want a first-class meal 03'bcd. Cowmen when at this point can find 'accommodation for their horse stock at Soger's...

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 May 1883

-wtrxrj hi)fnm.iulmiHiAmi fpWA MBikSttamm wewwww m iiMirwyrai.,.isMi mmi mi "-Hn rrmMmmm'niaasssKfry ,r - l-- i i -- - - - w ft MT ORTER il i JL Oho. W. aurnrr, Killtor A J'ropr. (JNllTAN OI 1 " ' '" K'M) Lapp, MBunirr. Local Editor. Vol. IV. Oheyenne dc Arapahoo Agency, Darlington. Ii'.r.m Territory, My 10, 1893,.-Ttn Poses. No. 10. Pi3tiTMiMaoA,iTtuvtm:AiguujL;julJa.iuw.iiwji rxnnnzMmmmsrd Z - ' ' ' ' Si L TrirTr Tllft fl"'TTl iikA.lN or j J H V H m WL i JlA fit I w. V .Jul- ...r W f 7 &, r Wu. 4 ' Till: CTOCKMAN. jflharc it nothing so guy, A b wlion during May JtThc stookmon iiro bnring LboJr roundup. No longer In Oamp, 'Ami in inndhontot damp, a'ho Jolly cow Uoy urc bouml up. The Moxienu pony Ilo looks proml ami tony, Am4! aociiu to feci winter Is oyer; Gu roe a fl . . Tor his master, 'Ana-runs nlllho faster, ilo is amallinf iho'gva nnflhe oioror. Ami many n beast tlH.lalor sliippoil lZa.nl Whllo-vriectwarirgoos many floAHOr; So stookmon como all Ana dross up in tho Aill, :l...

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 May 1883

t? 7 uWa nenm ("ITS I HE Transporter Subscription, $1 per Year, In Advance." Entered at tho FostofUcontDarlhiglon. as nun nlngii mnifnt. . ' second class malt or. INDIAN SCHOOLS A SUCCESS. JMAIJj TIMETABLE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Line. AJlItlVE. From North 11 n. in. Mondays Excepted. oiugua, same time, AKHIVB. Vrom South JO a. m. Sundays ISxcopted. I'nlllir 3 Tnnuf ln-ia Thursdays ft Saturdaye; going N. Mondays', A. T. & S. F. K. It, TI1K -TABLE. CALDW1XL STATION. AKItlVE. DKl'AKT. Passenger. lltfiOA.M. I 3:00 i. M. Accommodation. 8:101 M. J 5:20 A.M. "" M.MIITMn wm-mm . j,,,,, w Fresh oranges and lemons every Thursday at Connell's. All cowboys go to the City Holel when they want. a- first-class meal or bed. . Ch'as. E. Campbell tmd family are at present boarding at the City Hotel. Go- to Soger's livery when you want a first-class driving team or a saddle horse. 0; B. Bickibrd, of the bar II L ranch,' was circulating about the Agency on Tuesday. H. C. Powell, of Powell Bros., w...

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 May 1883

THE CHEyENNE TRANSPORTER. (IKDIAN AND BTOGIC JOUIINAL.) Geo. W. MAFru-r, Editor & Propr. Lai'c MnnuiTT, Local Editor. . Subscription, $1 per Year In Advance. CLsyenne & Aiapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. JANE WKLSII GAKIiYIiK. Tho Wlfo of Thomas Publishes a Strango Hook of Memorials. London Telegraph. Melancholy as in manjr of its opening and its concluding portions was John Forstcr's "Life of Dickens," it is sur passed in sadness by a work just pub lished, tho "Letters and Memoirs oi Jane Welsh Curly lo.n Tho light which this book throws on tho inner life of the Philosopher of Chelsea and his de voted and unappreciated wife is so thorough and so interesting, and so many of tho distinguished persons whoso sayings and doings are criticised in the letters, and in the running com mentary prefixed to them by Iliomas Carlylo himself are still alive, that tho whole English reading public in both hemispheres,- besides thousands of Carlylc's admirers in Germany and elsewhere o...

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 May 1883

n feV 1 i r THE FLAMES OF ETNA. Phenomena Attending tho Last Kruption of the Siciliim Volcano. A correspondent of the London Times, writing from Naples, gives soino interesting details of the erup tion of Mount Etna. At lloggio unci Messina showers of sand and lapilli fell. But so douse was the cloud of smoko and Jino ashes in which the mountain was enveloped that even at tho foot of Utna, only occasionally, when there was an opening in tho cloud, a vast column of lire could be seen ascending from the principal cra ter. The obscurity, however, in which everything was involved served to ren der the scene more alarming. The oruption commenced on tho night of the 20th of March, and from o o'clock in tho morning until G o'clock on the following morning ninety-two undulat ing shocks of earthquake were felt. They coutiuued after that time, though with less violence, till, on the night of tho 22d, two terrible shocks were felt at Nicolosi, and another on tho night of the 23d. It would appe...

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 May 1883

ii in nil i ii ii in in 11111 mwBiiimuJiJWiHtti'iJtfawwwiii m1 treywaHMjrimctiMBffyyjo .IJD2AN. CAL. DBAS DEAN BEOS., Breeders of Thorough-Brocf and dradccl Short-Horn Cattle. AKKAKSAB CT1Y, COW L3Y. CO WITT, KAS. DICKEY BROS. C jinlonment Ind. 1?y Hunch NorLh and 'rmLr rnr-'Y v. south Canadian rir. ci-. Calllo'branclod with same brand on cither side or hip & some on both sides. TTnrnr lii'imrl 'I'l. nn Lm 2S2I!?Xls.1l-ii l1'11 ll5l5 or shoulder, tfTrtS&4M 'i &&.- - u . iMemmmmjsmR EARJMUIKV-Cropthe rigid ; Under half ( roi the hll. or reverse. I10t"jobv9nil J on left shoulder- Hange, Otter Creek, Ind. Tor, ,-"- - .,.. tJ-JV. Miller, " lu'nnewpll, HV Kan. Mj on 'pJl snip and '"I -t nd torus .' ri el. 1I1M ll'l (1. Mid .IV on 1 It side; T cross T IpIL .-.idi , l(, Ipft .iisvivja lo.u; 'ne't'd i: ' Ivlvimr i-iwm ri loft loin; cirelp bur on both jaws; X -i 1 ff j(!c; Li: on riht .-Wle. Horse brand -, t ou.iretod LK on lpft shoulder. I on lclt ' Jell hip and dcwlappcd. S...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1883

7f CTTTTITTTlAMiTTn JaL--iL- M i 2& ... ft Jn -A i A JU 1 TP A WQPfllPTYf! (jUO. W. MArFKT, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AXD STOCK JOl IIN) LArr. Mi'.murr, Local Editor. Vol. IV. Cheyenne & Arapihoe Agency, Darling; ton, Indian Territory, May S3, 1883. Ten Pages. No. 17 pwnyi fW-'WiwHMUtfagr: y W H-nVnSrV 1: ?9i9 ctvsw JfBKlr TIW w. n. iiki.m, T2 itunnpvw M, r.'irs. 5K2 l.'.inifn ii ii' I i irw . f. lef Hi.ouhler. AIpo some (',!t!', l'i stifled with dunvifi;; lu.lfo on both shcui (Ut4. lloi'' brand HKo this on iif'bt tiii 'li VcLELLAN CATTLE CO. IK C&"rtft51 CHAS. RIDER, .nadarko, Ind. Ter. Mui .-Crop and Three C'.t n Right Ear. tt t5a3A5 Otoe Agency, I. T., P. A. (iuth, Uen. Supt. Range Blaek Bear and Sliil Water. Horse brand CM on side or hip. Some cattle v. Itli different car marks. JOHNSONS & IIOSMEB, Arkansas uir. J.ns. Rinue Cdd V-attr ..rm bait Folk, I. T. fa?vT?4S?ISalnVt4,iiKs IPS!!85" Fort Reno, Ind. Ter. Some cattle branded with cross on ellr"". Jaw. Range ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1883

onnMitujmwiuuumM-UM'M wmtuu jimh,mp wj iiimik 'wtimu j". u wiiiwai juui hkiihihvj wijfMviijiwn?in"i"'T HE CEEME IU (fXPIAN AND STOCIC JOUIlN'AIi.) Guo. W. Makpbt, Kdltor &Vropr. Lapis Mb it n itt, Local Editor. Subscription, 1 per Year in Advance. UbeyeiMB & A apalios Apcy, itarltnmon, Indian Teh TIMELY TOPICS. Tim fourth stoam whaler of tho San Francisco, Cal., licet wtis launched a fow days since. PiNMfi lands in Putnam county, Flori da, worth $G sin aero two years ago, are now selling for $25. TIkxhy Hkhzor ha8sued W. D.tJulion, ofYreka, Cal.. for $75,000 damages, on a charge of alleged perjury. rHHSTOKMJKO, in Floyd county, al though one of the oldest towns in Ken tucky, has never had a church. A MKis-SAViNO station has been opened at the port of Buffalo, under charge of Capt. Thomas Williams. Somk twenty thousand people are expected to attend the Loc memorial exercises at Lexington, Ya., in June. A colony of Meunonilos have lo cated in tho southwestern portion of Mason ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1883

$o htiiwjumjuuii ijhiwt w ' MLiimtm.mmviniuunm uutu,iunJOLU.i-MWKfnir wrawewtm-M i 'iuj3uujjmwj!j;.iu!Tiiii 1iMf9WWlri THE CHEVEKHE TRANSPORTER 1'b tho only Paper published within a radius of a hundred inilea, Saljscriinloii. $1 . 0 0 Per Tear, in Adyance. Brand Advertisements $5 For Year. caf-Rafcas for Display Advortiiemsnta maa known on application. IMSITilY CUKKI2NCV. Keminlsueiico of th ISurly Days In St. louis. 01oi)c-Democrnt. Fur was the currency of St. Louis from the days of Laclede very nearly until Missouri became a state ami the town an incorporated city. Other things were taken in exohango anil barter beeswax, whisk, potash, maple sugar, salt, wood, feathers, bear's oil, venison, li.ih, lead, but fur was the currency and the standard of value the representative of and equiva lent to the irriv loitrnois of hard metal. The only small coin consisted of Mexi can dollars, cut with a chisel into four or live pieces 'bits.1' A pound of shaved deerskin of good quality repre sen...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1883

m.w nnf niiniiirTmrinn i r tsmmiitmmmmmmMmmmmmmie2rMkvTxcim&f& ', .' 1,. I!. !.-. Dodge Cily,Ka ftWWWi M. 111 I I I l I 'I ' ' ! Tl-IE Trans PORT J')R (Mtu Stc;!; A.;o.!at:.cB Branu: I i "A rmsnnl of hHO i'()!t i-lVriMi for Into-in-: i (Ion U'HdlriK lo (lie ice very of s'odt Hio!i"i iimi i Subscription, $1.00 per Annum. Ihi.-vc: - .,. -fTr iYork-Parker-Draper EMMET in COY. ((. 'id 1 I' i CHETEHNB & ARAPAHOE AGENCY, INLIMi II i'i : ' MAY rJM, i&8 '.. , ... . tr ikt r. miii. 'Mn - ii.i wwm Hfcanwww whowibhiiik. iinatfun ir frnw i. T" jo; I If 1 1. III. . ' ,- I'r.u. M.vuriN coui:ar, Pol .n ; i ' i : 1 hi i I The Caldwell .Journal cm the :Jhh reports horso herds numbering t!.77o head for pale at Caldwell, and 2,(m() head yet en route to that irmrkft. Only seventy-five head are reported as sold. One Jones, the Spring creek plage ranchman, who last fall slabbed '.Frisco, a soldier at "Reno, had bis trial before the recent term of the lT. S. court at Ft. Smith, and receive...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1883

s mctarhxcrtt&XXBiaurvv&y'M.WLiii!tx'uja vtmma jjMmfl'WHO mm iiiwaivm taawaaawcrttrem ' .. 13 T1 MENT JL xVxjlI i li O Gko. W. Mafi'rt, Editor & Propr. (HSMH.VN AND STOCK .fOUKX L.) La lis MKumrr. Local ICdltoi. Vol IV Clioyonno & Arapahoe Agrency, Darlington, Indian Territory, May 8, 1883. Ten Paa. "Ho. 17. LTiwi-iMW-iyiwai!jaBBJlimiTiiiiiMii.jiCTci .inn, i hi ..i i .I ! hi. ! umi hi hum i mil i' urn' I'ni-in" mm if in urn itiiirri n nib r i fwit 'P CIIK ST0U1OIAX. Jl. KEKLIXfi. II. ('. KEEMNti. SPG 1713 L i I I i jl'i UUI I UIj TUoi'o is noUtiug so guy, As when tin ring Alny Tho stockmen aro having tlioir rottlt&tip. No longer In oamp, And in mini houses iltimp, T-ho Jolly cmv boys aro bound itjij. The Aioxiuan pony . .Ho looks proud Jintl.tony, And scorns to fool winter is ovonj Cares ad., for Ills muster, Aiul runs nil tho flistor, He is smelling LhofemaftiutQiO 010 Wi'.. And many a beast isolator shipped ISast W-hilc -westward'goes many a.dollitiH; Stv stock...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 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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