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

Q1 i-wuietmiwrtt The Transporter Till Lincoln paid his folks a visit hist week fit Caldwell. Will Hemphill linn gone In ( Idea go on business fur his firm. h Col. Hunt passed j-outh yeMerday. aving been to Washinirlon. TIJK V1SJT1XG NEZ PERCES. 21. M. AUtiu, manager for the Standard Cattle Co., was hero sev eral days last week. Several 1 ndians from various tribes of the Territory arc here visiting the Cheyonnos ancl Arapahoes. O.'C. Rfcurgos came up last week from the Wichita Agency, and will stop hero awhile to engage on the new store building. We arc under obligations to the Hon. P. 13. Plumb for reports of the Commissioner , of Indian Affairs, public documents, etc. Rev. ricksis absent at Caldwell, where he has gone to meet a daughf er, wno is coming nomc irom scnooi on a visit to her parents. ar..rl. Johnson niuTP. A. Smith came up from the ranch last week to meet Mr. Johnson's -on Edward, who returned home from college on a vacation. It y-i the usual custom of the Nez IVrees t...

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 June 1883

WniTJH OFT IS N TO T1IJ5 OLD FOLKS. rom "Sky Rockets," n t ultimo of pocim by Loon Maad. "Write often lo the old folk?," Said sister May to nic, "Your going oil lo college, Will, Along strangers you will be; I know you'll work as well as play, Hut whatsoe'er you do, ricaso don't forget that we, at home, WW long to hear from you. "Now, Will, don't think me foolish, But mother Is not strong, And fhe will surely worry If you put of! writing long. I know her p) would sparkle, And a hlooM oulil tinge her cheek Xf you could ilv write her A letter once .1 wick, And father cm advise you If anythiuff iroes wronir: Write him about your troubles, For he is wise and strong, Guard well your habits, brother, And when back from school you come, You 11 find a hearty welcome From the cherished ones at home. "Write often to the old folks, Their hair is growing gray, Xtfnt very many years, alas ! IJnvo they on earth to stay. Ob, promise me this favor And never will 3011 rue The day you write tho old f...

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 June 1883

4 3 arm if I m I THE iffiElE TRUSFOHTER Is tlio only Paper published within a radius of a hundred mile3, SiseripM $1,00 Per Tear, in Advance. Brand Advertisements 5 Per Year. Senates for Display Advertisements made known on application. Tlie Ai-kunssiw FarnuM'. ArkatiHAW Trnvd'.er. A cattle dealer stopped at the house of an Arkansaw small farmer, and called to a man who was drawing wa ter with an old-fashioned windlass that cried out with an alarming screak at every turn of the crank. "'Light!1' shouted the drawer of wa ter. The nian dismounted and approached the well. "I am a cattle buyer," said the man, "and I'd like to talk business to you." "Can'l talk business till 1 give these steers as much water as they want." "How long will it take vou?" "Blamed if I know. They ain't had no water for two days, and the well's scventy-iiv feet deep, and the bucket leaks; now make the catenation." "How long have you been drawing?" "Senco sun up; and they're just as rampant now as they was when...

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 June 1883

! A... DKAV CVL. TEAX DEANIJUOS., ."Brooders of Thorotitfh-J3rect and Graded Short-Horn Cattlo. AllKAXSAB CI IV, COTVMtY t'OWM 1, KAS. nr kk'i r.uof. ' ."nlonn.dd Ind. '1 J ltanch North ami South Canadian riv. er. (.attle branded with sumo brand on either Hide or hip & sonioon both sido.s. llorso brand 'Vi on lcll hip or shouldor, CarnoKio & l'Yuiscr Jhuigu on Cohhva lor, F,T, T. O. I'ond Additional brandu (oiinclpally on leit s-lde or hip) r5; 7, ; 7; II; JIl;'M and II; "3 and II ; over cross: UK. Itorse brand sumo as on out without thoT. Ca-O TO: TT A " rr. . sm, Ml I i ' ''VyA ,! ' " ?' 7 rO zr ttv Tk m ujk t su&- -TOn M myf ia, TIT hi M.Fj. ffi Kn u iii xiiwit FV a. M a, k?W SBEcES "es : r Aft - n ' ' vftf,iwyMu.. - f. .. :t.''. i I'jaasafrw.y' EATCMMtfvs.-cropthe riLi; Under half Cr6p the left, or rc ere. oAyfebrsuid J) on loft snouldi r- !Rtui?o, Ottor Creak, Ind. Tor, iin. V. V. TlUTLKH, Anadurko, I T bunie catlto thus any place on animal ljskri0 jY.W-A jHKiiKnnu ...

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 July 1883

n 0 w 4M 1 Xltf GLO. W. MAITKT, EllltOL' & Proym (INDIAN AND ST0C1C JOURNAL.) Xm aikuuiti1, Louul Will lor. Vol. IV. Ohoyenne & Arapalioo Agency, Dai-lhiRton, Indian Territory, July IS, 1883.- -Tori Pages. Nb. 20. zjafc.mil wjwu..iL'jm:xKigiuaw -jibmim m ua MgaiuamM rrwes fctmwiijj'mjii-'uii'JUJ'ii i 1-njnuuwjuwumoa rartrsa w iae5awwsi - - -- --. . . , JScii "",-w"' ..v I -w-w s. wv, -H k. i r .f nj h m v '"u; v. v urn i uii t I I ,1 m i ,1 UJtL Jj I Jli J 1 JOHN VOL', Ranch 25 miles srttth Hunnowfll, Kans. HatiKo a o of Ilunne- wast of Cantonment on Canadian rlv. Iml. Ter. cattle brands T V J V A B J A and W W AllbrandBon left sldo. ear mark crop ofl left ear and split In right. Horse brand JV on left shoulder. -oil. Sumo wltll on loft shoulder. AIbo some caltlo branded with ilruwlim knlfo on both shoul ders, llorac brand like this on rlKht thluh 5S32y&! -jamszilBh HE WINS, TITUS & WILSON, Poit-onica addieas. Indian Springs, I T Loft side mallet, parallel bars ajul ...

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 July 1883

h THE CM IMBBKItt (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUNAL.) Gno. W. Maffet, Editor &?ropi. Lafk Mehkitt, Local Editor. . Subscription, $1 per Year In Advniicc. Cheyenne & Atapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. OONK TO OltKKNLANO. NordonBlcJold'H Exposition to ScoWhulh :r the loy AlouiitiiliiH lncloHi'il Ureen Floldrt. Prof. Norcenskjold recently sailed from Gottonburgcu his tenth Arctic cx nnriitinn. concerning which The London Times says: His main object is to pen etrate into the heart of Greenland, in order to test the theory that the por manot ice is really only a band sur rounding the interior, which in summer, at least, is literally a land of greenery. In this trying j'-utrnoy Nordcnskjold will be accompanied by at least one of his stall and ten of his crew, and will be equipped with all the appliances re quisite for ice-traveling. In providing this equipment he has been "uided.not only by the exporienco of Alpine climb ers, but by the knowledge he acquired twelve j ears ago, when,...

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 July 1883

3 V . oil the branches of the trees, and sugar plums grew on the bushes, and her father, maybe would tell her about lit tl" pink ponies, with white manes ami tails, harnessed in big pink shells for carriages; and somebody else would tell her some story that was bigger still. "You see, we kinder made a fairy land out of Portland, and told her stories about it to please her; that wasn't any harm in it onlv the little thing believed ever word we told her. Her mother always said 'twas too bad, she'd bo so disappointed when she went thar, she never would tell her stories about it herself. "Thero was one story told her abou- Portland which made the greatest im pression on her of all; she never forgot it. It wos too bad to tell it, but the girl herself didn'tthink howitsounded, and the rest of us didn't till all of a sudden it struck us. "You see, Hannah Simmons, their next neighbor's daughter on the other side, had just boon to Portland, she was a girl of seventeen or eighteen then, ami a...

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 July 1883

.- .;- M3aXTstfssxrnnrtufai,m nirtwumt9WH.,mmmyiM ragm'gqity ' '",' w' i-" ' Jff??23 T,0tmmmsmm9id Caldwell, K"., Dodge City, Kt The Transporter Chickasaw Stock Association A i-'.M I, ( .1'iiiii). rn n. r I ( ; : -. ifA reward of SRO.no la onvr-vi inr Subscription, $1 per Year, In Advance Hon loading to the recovery or stock Fto!m" inur members or this Association and cantum f tn III t RrrrM wu UllCVDIi JBM3M0BT McCOT, I MAHTIN COi,r.":i tieu. and 'Proas. l'inH(j,..,t ddress, Kuis Srmx ,3,.Ikj. tkk. irmiitWMMlH York-Parker-DrapeRI j ,L j 1, -M1 . .i.. i ijihiii -n i ...... it ...i .. ,-?., .-..... CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY, INDIAN TERRITORY, JUNE 12, 1SRH. tm m nj i wmioiA hi w mifiiroiiinmCTniiiWBi CIIKYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. II. J I. Campjjki.l, In charge. 9HH tft ' VlVPH i Range Cheyenne t Ai- apahou rosorvatlon, I.T. Cattle branded like this j anywhere on right side. rS 0 All calYOS branded name wltli V on loft Jaw. uaiiWHiieiuociByywrsaT.'naaxuv-.1 - v"" "" ifBBm...

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 July 1883

fb V lMWliWrtri' afiKrsm The Transporter Subscription, $1.00 p.v Annum. Entered attho rosloniccnU)urlinirlon. iw seond Hush lmitlnr. second class mutter. MAILTLMJOTAULE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Line. AKKIVK. JSrom North Jin. m. .Mondays Except od. AKIUVS. From South 1() a. m. Mondays Kxceptod. Sundays Excepted. Singes, same time, going s. Tuesdays. 'Jihursduys&Saturdays; going N. Mondays Wednesday & Fridays. A. T. & S. h it. 11, TJME TAJILI3. CAI.mVKUi STATION. AKKIVK. DKPAKT. UaaiQiigor. 11 : fio A . iI . I .' . oo J . M. ocoinmodation, UM01 Al. ! 8: 20 A.M. J. S. Morrison is on business at y Kansas City. All cowboys go to tho City Motel when they want a first-class meal or bed. Go to 6cgey's liveiy wlien you want a first-class driving learn or a middle horse. For vegetables of all kinds, peas, onions, cabbage,, etc., call on Wm. I?. Whaloy, at the Ft. Reno gardens. C. W. Word, of Word & Bugbeo, was hove, this week, and of course gave us the firm's brand for publica...

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 July 1883

jjttt'j.wwiwrawHiBHfciwion mmmtX&iriiwjma&odm SPORTER J bAFM aiming Local Editor GHo. W. MAiTr.r, Editor & 1'ropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) No. 20. LHinm.iiaiiiai.mi7 Choyennt & Ampiihoo Agoncy, Darlington, Indian Territory, July 12, 1883. Ton Pages. Vol, IV. 1 ctu.vsr&xu'TVct'ULmznr. UNSStsr; BnMHOHCTriiag3gggMg -5 cm I i COSAXD MOSSKK,' Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. SCHLEGEL & 1.EPOL1), W. 11. KKKUXH. II. C. KEELLNti , SUPPLE! (FN I THAN 7 Xtfl'iS&.iiL Georgo Bent, Darlington, I T iUso ADA. A. J. BUTTS, I'ostofllco, Diirllngtoiv KEEL j K 49 CO I IN l i, l '.mfi BLACKSMITHS, LONG JONKS' MUCK SHOP, East Sixth Street, - - Caldwell, Kansas. Wo have leased the nbovo shop, and nro ireinr el to do nil kinds of repairs on carriages, wagons, plows, machinery, etc. Wo have also In connec tion with our shop a flrst-clnss wagon wood worlt man, who will turn out woikon the shortest notice 3f"Cattlo Brands made a Specialty. CA-XiXDWIEXiIi, KS., Headquarters for Ca...

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 July 1883

97 Ml-trvtUiT.! 'A ftrvwV'i.." uxnrjmmKrrrA&zM&aiwa&aBJXii&i 'The Transporter Cnb 3crii) lion, $1.00 por Annum. Entered attho PoBtoilicont Darlington, u second clnss matter. TCA'TLTJMISTAULi:. ATtinvic. '.Front North lia.-m. Cnltlwoll &V. Sill Lino. AKHJV12. From South 10 n. in Mondays. ICxcontod. Sundays ISxcoptod. stages, Btuiic time, going . Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. K. It. 11, TIME TABLE. CAUnniLI, STATION. AUniVK. DEPATIT. Passenger. 11:50 A.M. I 8:00 P.M. Accommodation. a . JO P. Ill . J b . 2U A. M. Tho nsv liotol is crowded with hoarders. r.nt week the A' i nt, N.hil on hi.- way In Caldwell, had . oji.e, little " pcrienee in tho way of receiving baptism. What wo were going to ay is that tho "trams were up and the ago driver oblivions (?) of tho iact, plunged lut Polecat creek, and nrosontly o'-'orved that tho water was beyond their depth, which of o .nr-e, caiwd tho pas Miners, bagagc a...

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 July 1883

TIE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER Is the only Paper published within a radius of a huudrod miles, Suftscriution, $1.00 Per Year, in Aflyance. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. K&"-J?atc& for Display Advertisements mticlo known on application. , 1 THE INOUISITLV FISHERMAN. Once there was a ilshermau Who wont to catch sonic fish; He took with him a basket And a little china dish , ul Ml use one for the tislics, The other when f sup; For, if they meet 1113 wishes, 1 Ml cook and e A them up !M Ife fished and fished the whole day long, From morn till late at night; He baited hooks and watched his hob, Hut could not get a bite. He r.li.m threw down his rod and line, And vowed he M no below, To find out what the reason was The fish had used him so. The fish all gathered round him, Each vagging his own tall, From the little polly-wogiry To the great gigantic whale. Some fish were looking scaly, And some exceeding thin, But all were glad to nee the man, And offered him a fin. Thcv said : "We ...

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 July 1883

n CurloitH FiietH. Of all tho birds forbidden by the Lo vitical law as unclean, the cormorant is the only ouo which is eaten. The history of the brooch or clasp can be traced back for almost 3,000 years, and in that time it has assumed an infinity of shapes. When brimstone matches were first invented, sme shop keepers refused to sell them on the ground that they would aid incendiaries. The superstitious inhabitants of Jer sey account for the clearness of the island air on the supposition that toads absorb all its impurities. Nearly nil the Teutonic tribes had a custom or a law that the inheritance of the land carried with it the inheritance of the armor and the family feud. About liftv head of cattle were re cently poisoned by eating red lead, a quantity of which had carelessly been left on their grazing ground, some marsh land near Holborougji, England. According to a (iorman legend, from the grave of one unjustly executed lilies spring as a token of bis innocence, and from that of...

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 July 1883

V i ' ajvai5n90itw-wwJ llMl I , MMfcli !- 1 ' i I I '" A I.. 1) HAN. CAT.. DfiAK -DEAN BEOS., Breeders of Thorough-Bred and Graded SkortHorn Cattle. AUKANHA8 CITV, COWI.r.V COUXTY, KAJ. : xvA ir ' " " - vN I J AT" '(y A.yif, '.. 'i ?yw'y tjmt - i f zz-iz. r rsrjmuHt r. .hN 7MLT5cg N7' - ;QO TO: EARJ MARKS.-Crop tho right; Under hidf M Crop tho loft, or reverse, lloreo brand D on left shoulder. Bantro, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, B HK B W. i BUTLER, Aimdarko, 1 T Some cattle thus any place on animal. T S JIulton, Skeleton IT Alao circle; circlo bur ; bar circlo ; ba r c i r o 1 e hcnrl': circlo tvlth porpen dlcular bar; circlo "with hori zom tal bar, all on Jcft Hide. TnffrQ'fy-r3tgJ3fcj!JBr Anything you may need, and if it is in tho ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Furnished You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything, we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. Somo cattlo with henrt-eross on left side. Horse brund.heart cross on left shoulder. 4flHH9Httii , I'STEWART, Run go...

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 July 1883

ff OKO, W. Ma in r, l-y.'ov & I'mpr, (IND'AN AND STOCK .lOlHtN'Ar,.) bAi'H MmtmiT, Ijocal Kill tor. Vol. IV. Chej'cano & AvApsihoe Aonoy, Darlington, Indian Torrilory, July 2Q, 18S3. Ten Paos. STo. 21. r.TBt!awszMNiiwjieTw.i.ua,i.ww m ,'imiMW'jiwwwijwima.iTw pwwKrmn lj Jtf'j jjuvt ir jnriijuat TRANSPOSE R. IjJLljjj I jDjii 1M Hi - - i W. B. I1KLM, iC 43$m?; Iii? NHE0 5Hunnew!l,KarH. uaiw o of Hunne- ' v 'I. rio'ne with u. le.'f shoulder. v loo some cattle lM-.iiKlfd with drawing knife on both shoul ders. How. brand like this on rleht Uikth t2 JtfwQM2ii PiW.sn3a McLELLAN CATTLE CO. & UIEYKNN12 & ARAPAHOE AUENCY HERD. H. H. Campiikm,, In charge. - Range Cheyenne & Ar- $3Srir .-mal.nn rftsnrvntinn. I. T. KKfr"- Pnttln hrfuiriori llffi thlfl LS? J anj where on right side. &&sm0.' A"ci""',,"i,",to,si1"10 Willi V on leujaw. JIKWINS, TITUS & WILSON, Fost-omco address. Indian Springs, I T Left side mallet, parallel i -is and Roman cross. I oth -Id's and s Ul ...

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 July 1883

THE C E I Is the only Paper published within a radius of a hundred miles. Sntecrigilon. $1,00 Per Tear, in Adyance. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. Xr"Rates for Display Advortlsomonta made known on application. . ........ i - -. 9tm i i TUM STORY OF Tlffi SAW-LOO. Tlmher-CuttlnglnHIlohlgan Tor tlio C.rojil iUli cn LlieSuglnaw A 1'roteoteU In 1 tiMf ry JCvluuiHttuK I tnolf. Cor. New York hvi'titntf Post, A long while before ono reaches Sag inaw tho signs of tho prevailing indus try become apparent. Tho streams arc ologired with old slabs, browned and rotting logs, and chaotic masses of wooden debris from the size of a match up to the hugo sawn beam which in some ancient Hood has escaped its bonds. In tho iields still remain tho tree slumps or piles of sawdust a dozen feel high, making the old site of a saw mill now removed because tho material that fed it has beeu cut away. But all those initial symptoms of tho lumber region are eclipsed and forgotten when the Saginaw river is reac...

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 July 1883

tiMiiii ALL SORTS. Hops aro quoted as low as 30 cents per pound in California. It is said Micro aro seren thousand mechanics out of work in Providence, It. I. A hotel-keeper in Huntington, Pa., buys English sparrows at 10 cents a dozen. A Jackson county, Georgia, negro claims to bo the father of forty-two children. A York, Pa., family have been pois oned by inhaling fly-poison scattered about the house. The July dividends payable in Bos ton amount to .912,286,900, an increase of S2,280,0C0 over July last year. It is said Mint William L.'Seott will present to the Catholic Church in Erie, Pa., a chime of bells worth $6,000. Elisha Colton, of Sherburne, Vt., 70 years old, killed live bears last year and two this, most of them with an ax. The rival claimants to oil land in Ventura county, California, have hired bands of armed men, and trouble is feared. The cattle that were shipped from Georgia recently are dying on the Texas piairies. The weather is too hot for them. A little fellow th...

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 July 1883

iitTin?naxrzT3t&tarrAvriiummTmHmm0lmrm i"fr '" ""j'"!! irf-. r ..-jiiju.W,ii.nif1iw BSMCAWisswHrtrariT, mrwrjr&iimxwmctemKftrmzrnveai .11! saw !M k5;;;liKi Brand-. Vr1 MnU Tos- Caldwell, Kh., Dodgo City, Ku? The Transporter ft '-i ' f"A i"v ir-1 'T.V nf)H f i'Tv rrwi for inlom.' tlon loadi ', t Uu r 'x wry of u cl nio'en Iiom members o tuts A relation and c.iptuie oi tlu thieve. F 'TITV.T DT COV ! 1 t:; ot,. 7 " PttbiorlpUon, V per "Ycnr, In Ailvnw c, tttm wnftm t!nMiMFmTi ' mu0 jttfwrjrutf York-Parker-Draper CHEYrNHE & ARAPAHOE AOfWrY,!Nr.AN I .pjne . 4 i. J K"..tle.il. irilui ' 11 iimmn i rw. wrm umBmrTf9mmitmt n mtJBBearH HMMMWMTMtMVUi wtci'igFwwmiwiuiiMrw VH'II.N COI.BEUT M:so.3srTiiii:Es co. '. gf !'0 ! rr.-ln.' H . 'i 7 ' .-V n , ' "II"! i ,' i i Hi -;h : .t .! 1 I 'M, 1!' "It. In the absence of Atrent "Milo lr. 0. J. W'oodard is actinp An1 and fills tho position with " 'i credit to himself. On Thursday II . Jl. Hull ar:id iho first mail between Darlington and Silv...

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 July 1883

W t wi um www on Muimm..nMmmmg!gBw fteHMBM "3US TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT Oko. W. jmawet, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AM) STOCK JOUllN'AL.) JiAi'H Micuuirr, Local Mill tor. Vol. IV. Choyenno & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Torritory, July 28, 1883. Ton Pages. No. 20. WWWIWUIW.HJ maUMftJBMHMflilMm w&TmmaMmBBKmmmvimmmmmMMMMmmmmeKmHmmmmmam tmcBBtwu wwr b COSAXI) Ar iMOSSKIt, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. SCIILKGEL LEPOLI), BLACKSMITHS, LONG JONES MUCK PIIOP, East Sixth StreeU - Caldwell, Kansas. We liavo leased the above shop, and are prepar ed to do all kinds of repairs on carriages, wagons, plows, machinery, etc. Wo have also In connec tion with our shop u first-class wagon wood work man, who will turn out work on the shortest notice 5?-Cattlo Brands made a Specialty. DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering 2."50 head; M. K. PLATT, Proprietor, Hereford, Short-Horn & Galloway CATTLE. Stock for Sale & Correspondence Solicited. W. II. KKELIXd. II. C. KEELING KEELING & CO., C-...

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 July 1883

iiwwiwiwiviiwg mntitwMtt aw EWMWggKgMjwuiaiMiiua'jr'iiMtt'iiAu'wiUifUxuuiJ'iJtrt M.T.JOHNSON, dealer In GENEKAL 51EHCHANDISE, Johnson's Ruth, Chick, Nation, Ini, Te? P. A. SMITH, Manager. TRAIL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY ! The Transporter 0 ANSAS CITY CATTLS WiMh Subscription! $1.00 por Annum. CD W O CD Enforce! at the Poslofllco at Darlington, tin aoeoml class matter. f I MAIL TlftLE TAJ1L1S. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Lino. AWtlVK. AKKIVI5. From North 11 a. m. From South Jn a. in. Mondays Kxocptud. Sundays Excepted. Stages, Biuno time, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. F. It. It, TIME TAULE. CALDWELL STATION. AltltlVK. DKI'AllT. Pnssongor. 11 :60 A. M. I : 00 1 M. Accommodation. 8:10 P.M. I 0:20 A.M. .!! i iii iwi umiii mniiiniiimiiii immimi J. P. Baird made a Hying trip last week to Caldwell. All cowboys go to the City Hotel when they want a lirst-class meal or bed. U-dtttf, t&JLy zc m u ni - .. r.u-, ... .AUI-:rr ...

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