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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1883

& 'mJ:uarx.i2&zTXis?jirbdVQic-mmBm nun m 1 1 1M--I 9ftmWWlWWl ?Z5??Z!?XZZZZSZ. 'The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Year, in Advance 'Kntored iillho i'oatoniccut Durlinglon, n second clnse malt or. MAIL TilUKTAimtC. ' Caldwell & Ft. Silt i.hio. AKUIVK. From North li a. in. -londava Exr-imfm!. Singes, same time, Thursdays iV Saturdays; Wednesdays & Fridays. AKItlVK. From Sou Hi 10 a. in. Sundays Excepted. Koinjf S. Tuesdays, going N. Mondays, A. T. & S. V. K. H, TIM1S TA IJL.I5. CALDWIXI. 9TA'1I AKItlYIC. UKl'AKT. Tassongor. 11:B0A.M. I 3:00 P.M. Accommodation. S: 10 J. 1. 5 : 20 A . M. The now hotel is Rearing completion. fllKVKWi: -';; ! . L -. , A 1 i1 'and ( . ''I The :hophali n vMiitc-vaMied. I mail ; am Horace BullM: U rpito i1! r ramp. Some Oi" 111' ti,ll m1 '.iris Ml'; 1 i Til - ing to lid' on ,-ide- addles. 1 1 iv,c i ; .. . ""int i -i'l U, an'1 toe ! . hule lair. jitst ompb-ted i r - of V ' ). 1 ! ' i ;i. v i I'.i'v i-!n (t a! , barn to inert the leoiir...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1883

Wlll'-N fcl'ltlMJ-THJH COIMIOS. Your change draws near, 0 change-lew pall of gray! Thou dull brown plain, ye silent woods and sere ! , Iloavon will be blue and IC.trth bo green and And bird and bca t bujnyou, and life be dear, When Spring-talc cornea. Far o'er the Holds will sound the new lamb's bleat ; The lark will mount his topmost stair of Home; From high elm boughs the treble ami tenor sweet Of thrush and blackbird mingle all day long. Tho woodbine branch will dart its winged g prays; The palm-gold rend Us casket; whorl by whorl Her fragile ladder will I ho cleaver raise; The arom-seroll will silently unfurl. And booh the woody coverts and bedsof grass, Arrayed in vostments all of delicate hue, Meet for the court of the nulden year, will pass Troops of white (lowers and yellow, pink and blue. The shy wind-flower will nettle 'neath the 1 fees ; Primrose and violet hauwt the mossy bank; Cowslip and king-cup spread o'er the downp and leas, Kobin aud lady-smock o'er meadows dank. 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. — 28 May 1883

3 uwm miimii rjjLiMBaoMuian j um.iwj.nw fc'Jt-Wmili lljff AflffWJlWI'MBHUAl uwiif? mi mijm.iuajwiuTr ur o iIr. and Mr, Spoopeiutyko. Drake's Miwizinc "Now, n; y dear," said Mr. Spoopon dyko, shuttling the cards and dividing tho checkers into two even pile; sup pose wo play a little game of poker. Do you know how to play poker?'1 "i guess so,,r replied Mrs. Sponpen dyke, liitching un her chair and dustini the top of the table with a towel. "Now, how many cards do you want.?" "Let me think, "'fluttered Mrs. Spoop- ondykc. "Lot's see. 1 believe I'll take ton." "Better take a gross!" snorted Mr. Spoopendyke, eyeing her wrathl'ully. "Perhaps you'd like half a barrel. Don't you know you can't draw but five? If you've got any bad cards, throw 'em away and I'll give you more for 'em. If your cards' are all good you can stand pat. Do you want to stand pat?" "I guess so," sijrhed Mrs. Spoopen dyke, helplessly. ""If I stand pat, do I play the eight or the queen?" "You don't play either," repli...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1883

f i-xrxniuaut&MrATHimMWitottmvuaMUJttMttia&fTaii hi mneiBmmwt mmmm hw I'liiinriirw n run iiiimw hiiiiihii' iiriiuii vvzxxrmtB istv?SBa2Ef "ww aw wt ".- SI Ah. DliAN. CAL. I1"AK DEAN BUGS., Breotieni of Tborcm&h-Brod and Graded horl-TIorn Oattlo. ai:k-h tin, i'mii:y coi xtv, kas. PICKEY BROS. Cantonmontlnd. Ty iGrQ TO: lMnen isoruif rm MMith Canadian riv. cr-i. Cattle branded with same brand on i it her side or hip & soiiii' rtn both sides. Horse brand TL on luit hip or shouldor, 1 Ml lyr.'.Wi.lSilML.'. fflit.i r, .lJL. ..WMIC Ry!Ir.,5St'- S-tFiS2EHSP i:A!l MAHro. Croplhe rtfflit ; Under half ( nip tlir lefl . or rc etse. Hore brand J) on left .shoulder- BanROi Otter Crock, Ind. Ter, C W Mlllor, limine well, Kan. N) on loft Bid uiul 101 and brum knob on el tin i horn. AN .1 on loft side; T cross T left aide; IC left .njudiyirf loin; e'ne't'd L.K lvinir down on lrft loin ; circle bar on both jaws; X on lctt slik ; LK on rltdit side. Horse brand , connected I.K on left ...

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 June 1883

tf w JLJLJLJ JL JU.11 -LI JLJ Geo. W. Mapkrt, Editor & J'ropr. (INDIAN AK1 STOCK .TOUIOUI,.) Hfi Mmtiirrr, Local ISdltor. ClifivfitiTift fe Arannhoe Airoxior. Darlinrton. Indian Territory Juno 10, 1863-Ten. Pa. No. 18. M3mvvKij'jU3iiKsraBarMvmiBtfjri. JMJUMJUWlUXW" ' MiigjjLLJaUiU3cgilJ'"raIg:::"ra:,"CTi Vol. IV. W. D. HELM, lTunnowell, Knns. CIU8 RIDER, Anudnrko, ind. Ter. v kk Crop and Three kpllle n Right Ear. Range 8 e or Hunm.'- weil. Some Willi on left shoulder. Also some cattle branded with d tawing knire on both shoul ders. Horse brand like this on light thigh 2 ROBERT CURTIS, Fort Reno, Ind. Ter. Some cattle branded with cross on either jaw . Rangoon South Cana dian river, Ind. Ter. McLELLAN cattle o. S; )! fro joiin voiz, Ranch 25 miles south wast ot Cantonment on Canadian rlv. Ind. Ter. Kyjavrsi L ,j23tE5i&.i Otoe Agency, I. T., S. A. Oath, (Jen. Sunt, 'Hango Black Bear and Still Water. Horse brand CM on side or hip. Some cattle with different car marks. JOHNSONS ...

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 June 1883

M dEIBIE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCJC .IOVKNAL.) Gno. W. Mafi-ct, Editor & Tropr. Lai'i: Mekhitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year In Advance. Cheyenne & Aiapatioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. TII12 IIAO HOY. Peck's bun. "Say, I thought you was going to tr to loud a different lifo," said tho grocery man to the bad boy, as the youth came in with his pockets full of angle worms, and wanted to borrow a bnking powder can to put them into, while " ho went fishing, and ho held :i long angle worm up by tho tail and let it wiggle so it frightened a girl that had come in after two cents worth of yoast, so she dropped her pitcher and went out of tho grocory as though she was chased by an anaconda. "1 am going to lead a diiVorcnt life, but a boy can't change his whole course of life in a minute, can he? Grown persons have to go on probation for six months, beforo they can lead a differ ent lifo, and half the time they loso their cud beforo tho six months expire, mid hare t...

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 June 1883

A WILLIAM. IIEXIIY IIUKLHKRT. Tiiolnto ICilltor ortho Now York World a Good Ijivor and i Hard Worker. A Now York letter says: Mr. Ilurl bertwjis essentially a bon vivani. He liked to dine, and dine well, beforo un buttoning for his night's work. Then he would tako oil' nis eoat and vest, adjust a magnificent pair of lenses to his eye, senu for a cargo of ginger-ale, and dash oil page after page of edi torial until the night editor would bo bullied to find room for it all. Mr. Hurlbert, at the editorial desk, was the most complete autocrat in his profes sion. Every scrap of proof that was to appear in' the paper had first to pass under his searching glances. His desk was a perfect picture of chaos, and yet it was orderly disorder. Mr. Hurlbert could always put his hand at once on tho thing he wanted. His manner of editorial writing was peculiar. He would often have half a dozen articles running at once; but ho never missed connection, and if tho foreman was careful, as necessarily, h...

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 June 1883

mi i i i r '" ' " X iWIWrtW If " " T" ,WH tr W" - ?- ! ' 8 Dodge CityK Caldwell, K".. Koit (-riPm, T :i , The Tuansi'ortku Chickwav Stock Association Drd". J "'A mwitnl of fiO 00 la offered for Inlmi ci II II Itltdltlf In tllO ? i f i ; I' i .' i H l IHi'ImIm tH Ol llll'l Al'HOt I lln ,i'J ' .Jl.l : ' IllleVei. KWIMITT MCOY, I WIA.RTN CUMJKK'j. Hee rttil TmiN I pie -Mini AddiefM, KWM HlMllNfH, IN1. Till HlllM"! iilltM, MM i Annum. r. (Ill TINNK A Ai A I A Him AMNfY, MM AM 'II M.llUi Y, ML -.LlllllHIl!.l 111 imn in IIIIII ' tm York-Pahker-DrapeR .mmmnm it -,.-...in n mh m V 0, ' - www mv MMMMHMMmWMIIIM fSwHiwwiwTiwi.sSWW I'l'MpiiruliniiH nr" l'l'Inj' iniuli' I'ur, Mb.h,-. rui,iiiii,, ji i' nn id ri'Ii hnilion I" v Kmn Midi ni iiin spriw-H i i .Inly ilurinr. IIicmI:i.v nl Kmio mid . i ill"?;' "" " N ol ,,I,M IIuim ' binmied on left Hi, rli nl") v'ii "i '. Nu C llll M(. I fci'l'pl till l.l MM 111 niulil tit I liti AjMicy. HcVPl'ld IioimIm of Tr,iM in. tin held mi nr Hi'im pln c for Mid...

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 June 1883

(o lis. tmmmm0inmwummfm.u , "" --! I i i i , I i i i . i i n m i I, r I in ir 11 i riai II Ml ii ill ...... -. 1 The Transporter R. MOODY & CO. M.T.JOHNSON, !? O Springer Itanch, 1 exas. Oihpr brands: S loft shoulder; s undor Unr li-tt thigh ; S N O lel'l Mde, and on thlli. -HS1.71ZT. Subscription, $1 per icar, In Advance. Jfinturod ntlho Postolllco at Darlington, us Booonrt clusa nmttor. u"&9 wnPr u WAIL TLMI2 TABUS. CilUhvoll & Fi. Sill Lino. AKHIVK. AK1IIVT5. ITi'oni North 1J a. in. From South 10 a. in. .Mondays Excepted. Sundays Fxcoptctl, Stages, same time, tfoing S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Sat unlays; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. F. R. U, TIME TABLE. CAJ.1MVKLI. STATION. AltUIVK. DKPAUT. rrissongor. ll.-fio A.M. I 3:00 l M. Accommodation 8 :10 V. M. I 0 : '-IQ A. M. r A vnmiu-vmvj' m i.iim.1 wrtii!juln.J!LMict'BiijfemjLniLJczi Fresh oranges and lemons every rlViirsday at Conn ell's. AIT cowboys go to the City Hotel when they want a f...

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 June 1883

t. JWWMllWMaM.MMiaMtrargXr.rt wwMStajr3TOtrwcffJ igmfsmjum muwtm? r jMiMMljffirltnffl'SWyffW i TRANSPORTER ENT Oko. W. Makjtet, .Editor & I'ropr. (IN1JIAN AN!) STOCK .TpUltNAr,,) Laims Mimuirr, Local Editor. Vol. IV. Ohoyonno & Arapahoo AffGnoy, DarlhiRtou, Indian Territory, June 10, I803.-Ton Paget. caimjm-u ix'Wutuj.c.unattgE No. 18 CO f AST) MOSSICR, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. SC1IL1SGJSL & LEPOL1), BLACKSMITHS, LONG JON eh' BIUCK SHOP, Ribt Sixth Streot,' - - Cnldwoll, Kansas. Wo havo leased Iho abovo shop, and nro prepar ed to do all kinds ol ropalrs on carriages, wnyons, plows, machlnory, etc. Wo havo also In connec tFon with our shop a Jlrat-class wagon wood worlc man , who will turn out work on tho shot test notice K37Cattlo Brands made a Specialty. DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering '2"0 head) M. K. PLATT, Proprietor, Hereford, Short-Horn & Galloway CATTLE. Stock for Sale & Correspondence Solicited. M-. k: 1'J,att. JESHK HVANS. PLATT & EVANS, Live Stock ...

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 June 1883

V A riMifeiKg&ftCjaiigtVW 'ST''-:5yJ .nwnin AfcwXwii i -iinwi WiM i Hiwftfi i lift iiiMMi "The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Yrar, In Advance. I I 1 . '1 .ad. Entered altho Po toricc at Oiul'mo i, w tfocond class mailer. MAIL TIM hTAIIMi:. Caldwell Ft. SHI io AltlUVE. u"tvr. (ti:ou-;i. V ',f'ii,'.'H)N is dad. Strniv e a s this abortion may ocm jit :U" t 1-2,1 it. iii-', r- 'ith"l - true, 'i 1 n'S" ! 1 ' 1 'o I arin ; 1 1 i -h lioiii n, 'iu died ba-4 week jit Iii' home en the Main Canadian 'T,"'" 'I . P -!. 11 IS 11 M ' I miliar to e rv i'i idnt ol il waul a j'i.-t-ila - J j,!1 in U a a r saddle hot m From North lln.m. n.nn m.mil i-ummJ' "nll'-! t') l 1 v l'1' lb " Mondays Excepted. shihIu Kxi-pi . 'It i'iit'r, and his ranch onth" trai Walker nrurver lor Oburn mJZS&JSSi-. '2oZ X ",&, ' . i'" !' ! l'lac-- '! the Wid.itn lt V,,',,,' , .ull rv,'i , IIohu lln- ountn roaMBTAM. W-.vl.- ' . . f ..it,-sl..i.l,i.1. ,;., i.M.,,-v,.rntl1orrliiljnnt.. CALDWELL STATION. J K f loi '...

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 June 1883

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Ib trio only Papor published within a radius of a hundrod inilo3 SuteipM $1,00 Par Year, in Advance. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. Cay-Rates for Display Advertlsemonta mado known on application. KVUNINU SOMi, Hohind t lie hill-tops drops the sun, The curled heat falters on the sand; While even! g's ushers, one by one, Lead In the guests of twilightMand. The bird is silent overhead, Uelow the beast has lain him down; Alone the marbles watch the dead, Alone the steeple guards the town. The south wind feels its amorous course To cloistered sweets in thickets found; sl'lie leaves obey its tender force, And stir 'twkt silence and u sound. John Vance Clirtci, in the June Century. ON THE H DCS 13 OF Til IS MAICS1I. IN NOVISMHEU. IVad sienna and rusty gold Tell the year on the marsh is old. lU'icUened and bent, the sedgesshrink lluck from the sea pool's frosty brink. Low in the west a wind-cloud lie3, Tossed and wild in the autumn skies. Over the marshes, mourn...

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 June 1883

mr m I I FAEM NOTES. Hundreds of car loads of Nebraska corn arc being taken by the farmers of Illinois and Iowa. The New York Tribune says that a novelty which has won in a very short time very wide if not general favor, is Bliss1 American Wonder Pea. It is said that dissolving saltpetre and sprinkling the vines with it as soon as they are above ground, will repell the striped bug which attacks squash vines. The employment of cocoa meal in the rations of French cavalry horses has produced such satisfactory results that the practice will bo continued per manentlv. It is stated that northern farmers will have to compete with a very heavy crop of earl southern potatoes this year, the high prices of last season having induced unusually large plant ing. The Massachusetts Ploughman says that whenever we sell hay wo begin to sell the fertility of our farms, and must replace the lost elements by fer tilizers from beyond the limits of the farm. Sorghum cane stalks, after they are crushed, ar...

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

..ft fnu ijww3www8;jiiga'ia3 qj M?wll t jfcmxx tiqcwwHCTVPcwmt ijwrsywMu'rjn'?tt??TraT VIW!imrtW1iflH3aj3IOWWIWWrM ;&iMn.l,-W ir BMW. A I,. DlWK. CAIi. DBAW DEAN BROS., iBreoclere of Tlwrougrh-Tlro'l and Gra'lcd Shorl-Horn Cnt'to. AHUANfAS (III, C!H U'l.NTl, KAS. i.ii i;i:y BROS. miMnincnt fncl. Ty Han h North ana -onth Ciinavlhui riv. i v. t'dilo bramlou with Mil no brand on cither aide or hip & Mirnn on both sides. Uor.e brand TL. on left hip or uhoulilor, "wii&iaaKsKsaaK a. i.f '-x twj n.m,. . u.i "vrir""i - SQSLZ2a &. "' - - EAIt;MAl:K".- i"pri.. ilwbt; t .i.u.. Hull (Hip Ull' It It. "I1 1 e i llOl'RO brand D on l I .i 'ililci HaiiKe,OttM- cv. lc, Tn-l. T r, n w Miiifr, " iinimu well, Knn. NO on loft fiido and iOI and brans knol on oi tlior horn. A lno J Y on left Mik-j T erosw T !? ft Mhln; 10 ln loin; c'msMM l.K viwi clown on Icfl loin ;i-ele b ii on bolh .law.1; X on loll hli'i U on uht f-i'ii-. llorso Imiml , connect ed JJ o : hit . Imnlder. 11 on lull aide X...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 June 1883

1 MW'. '.TO. W. MAlIhi", l.tlil'H ,. Ul (IS)1U AS) ,,TOCK .JOUUNU. ; :,i - IMuunirr, Loral I'M It or. Cheyenno S: Ainu.oc Agency, Darlington, .Indian Torritory, Juno 87, 1863. Ton Paffes. No. 10. Vol. XV. TCTJFfWJS tunmijjun ' iwr' -- ,w'Jtivsjwm..i jt m . awte a. iAKftfUMiA taiti r-T g, tfsift ''l'C8fc . -. a.. ixu' - i rr . - Vjiiis i i i iimi m iV nro a u nv nii) I. liixl 1 DA U .Li 1 JJJ Hi i w. . imi :i. tfwiiwit:-.';; i iur i ". il, JC.ms H.tnp' s e of ilunn" a til. Some v.lth on li-. 'hou'di-r. A' i" Mrtiu C?;tt!o '. i"!0'l will) drawing I. nit" on buth .shonl U'Mh. j"rse brfiif like tH on right thigh ST.fl McLKLLAN CATTLK ' O. RK. r ra a -vkjvw r:w& . r, . . .. .-vTAM'Mti) ClTTT.r. CO ' : '. A i i : n , A u.nt M'ifiJiKor. "O ,:' it -s.C.ildwolt.Ks Uoi-a -.rn suae on !eJt hip, .s itli bur undei neat'. Jul i;:mv!-: ,-!., E3, L. JEF, TJE vfaSSjr.r, 7x, 7, koo. bHIl. O. IVY, S--C P5W9 '-;J .'" X hip, t?9 left BbouMcr, lde :UHl hip. Rar?c, on W-isWtn ilvfi, lii.u,i 1 1. irlto...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 June 1883

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, (INDIAN AND STOCK JOl HXAL.) Geo. W. MArrirr, Editor &Propr, LArc Mcnnrrr Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Ycnr hi Advance. Cheyenne & Aiapalioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. SOAKISI) L'ICNSION L'AIMSKS. Government OMIcials Malco it Kind on Philadelphia Pawnshops with (iood iSu- KtlltS. A Philadelphia special says: The pawn-brokers of this cily are excited to-night over a novel raid made upon them by Detective (J ray and Ceorge 1). Mills, special agents of the interior de partment. Tho captured properly con sists of three hundred pension papers upon which money had been advanced to poverty stricken old soldiers. This raid is the first of its kind ever made in this country, and was instituted by direction of (Jon. Sickel, the chief of the Philadelphia pension olliee, in con formity with the regulations of a bill passed by congress on the 28th of last February that" 'any pledge, mortgage, sale, assignment or trallic of any right, claim or interest...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 June 1883

9d I t CURRENT TOPICS. TiiKRis is a business in coal to don of 10,000,000 tons annually. Lon- Tub Russian ariry 1ms to defend an empire of S,000,000 square milos. New Mexico's wool production last year amounted to 30,000,000 pounds. The Palace hotel, in San Francisco, cost $3,2.V),U0O, including tho ground. Tiiehi; aro 18,000,000 Catholics in Spain, and 40,000 magnificent churches. Tjiekk Is? now in storage in Los Angels 1,0 "'.000 pounds of spring clip Wool. An oxcellent authority estimates the timber lands of Florida at 15,000,000 acres. Twenty billion wooden hoops arc used annually in this country for bar rels only. Tiikhe is stored in tho tanks of the oil regions over 3-1,000,000 barrels of petroleum. In a recent speech tho Prince of Walos said London now had about 5,000,000 inhabitants. William K. Vandukuilt's farm on Long Island comprises 2,000 acres and is valued at $200,000. Haktfokd, Conn., boast of $25,000, 000 bank deposits or about $600 Lo evory person in the city. A sui...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 June 1883

I Jto itinii nrtHTir-fTri-CTTriTiiTrniTTfifi inmm rtan nwnmiihi mn uiili i iimxantrsM FTPS The Transporter Subscription, $1.00 prr .Annum. Kntornd ut tlio Vosloflloo nt Darlington, a hccuikI class mutter. MAIL TIM IC'J'AHLIQ. Caldwell & n. Sill Lino. A II IM VK. From North II u. in. AltKIVU, From South 10 a. in. . Monday Kxecnturi. Sundays Kxccnt od. Hinges, same tlnio, going ft. Tuohiiivm, Thnradayfl&RalnrduyH; going N. Monday, Wodnosdnvfl & Krh';tj. A. T. & . .K. 15. It, TI.MK TAlUAi. C'Al.mVKl.u rIATTON. AKUlVj:. DRl'AWT. f!&L6BGii'rr. ll;o()A.M. I 8:00 1'. M. JLiooon.moihilion. 8: Jo J. M. I 6: 20 A.M. at mlNE fi AHM'AHOK AGKNfiY, INDIAN TFKIUTOHY, JUNL -4, 188.. AN IMPORTANT MOVE! Toward Helving; tho Indian Quculion. .Practical Projoot to Plnca tho Ch yonnc wid Arn.pn.hoo Indiana on a So If- Supporting Baale 1 TJII2 UKASS LEASES. Tlio leasing by tlio Cheyennoo mid Arnpahoca roT tho western portion or their reservation has fceon tho most impoitunl move made f...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 June 1883

V "!- iwwiwtiiwi'awnn.Mini mmev.ftfimmmmmmmtmt m TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. Gko. W. AIaitbt, Editor & 1'ropr. (INDIAN AND SroOlC JOUUNAL.) LArjj Mkuuitt, Local lOilitor. Vol. IV. Choyermo & Ampnhoo Agoncy, Darlington, Indian Torritory, Juno 27 1 1883. Ton Pages. No. 18. m?faTnyn.' nagmnwim tdMtm3G,M COKAND&MOSSKl?. Photographers, CAXDWELL, KAN. SCHLECIEL A: LEPOL1), BLACKSMITHS, LONG JONES' BRICK STTOp, Hast Sixth Street,! - Caldwell, Kansas. Wo have lo;ised the abovo shop, and are prepar el to do all kinds of repairs on ctirrlugca, wjikoiis, plows, machinery, etc. We have also In connec tion with our shop a first-class witKonwood woik inan, wlio will turn out wotkon thoshoitost nollco SSyCattlo Brands made a Specialty. DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering 250 head; M. 11. PLATT, Proprietor, Hereford, Short-Horn & Galloway CATTLE. Stock for Salo & Correspondence Solicited. M. It. I'LATT. JKSSIJ EVANS. PLATT & EVANS Iji ve Stock Commission Merch'nls KANSAS CITY STOCK YARD...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 June 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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