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

0r tfyrjtz&temstm. vmWamavmnait&9miHminimrv bar ywnKi.' si ,-wiii! fc.Mw THE TrANSI'ORTKR .u) rloiiti i i -.O.i'Ulil. J V :, i MI LIT A H Y HERE RVA'I.TON . CITi:VKyvF SOFTOOL LOCALS, i he ,i'"i! 1 .l red nt the Vo,ufh ei.. Ur 'iailti:ikt!.!.i:. ( .il hvulli: It. Si.l ,..i:.'. AK?llK. v j.i. " , Imoiu North 11 a. ui. ; mi .t, M iimliiy a iAcui ;fu . -uifUi 1'. MiiKt'B, -urnci Hmi', 't Sur ' . in ,urHiystsbiiimv avi, ov", s. M ivy for ' I 1 1 i Uy, nosUavL, l rn.KVH. A.T. H. F. W. li, 11MK TAIil.L'. CALUWLLt. Si. (ION. AIPUVK. DBJr-l oiirct. 11 ,o A.M. I 3-o l'. V ir )L"lii li -t i'MlOv. ' 1 :l-T.lili- i A''oininortation. o luP.M. 6 w vmmmmmmmtmmm -j a. : "Rev. 8. ft. and Mrs. Haury ' m od to Cantonment after a sti : here of four or ft vo days. The Loyf at ConneUV; "leadouar ter arc overcrowded with work," dis poning of new good" unloading daily. F. B. York, of tJie immense mer cantile fii of York-Parker-Draper, which h so popular throughout the country, is here on business. ...

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 July 1883

TIE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUNAL.) Geo. "NV. Maffbt, Editor &l'ropr, Lai'i: Mekmtt, Loenl Editor. Subscription, $1 per Your in Advance. Cheyenne & A'apanoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Tet. AICAINY J2V12X1XU. The twilight shadows darkling fall ; 0 memories dear! against my thrall. My hearr Btrives all in vain, Yet wherefore strive against my mood? 1 cannot silence, if 1 would, The softly falling rain". At such an hour, on such an eve, 13rlght hopef, that yet I Inlj grieve, Sprang up to fade and wam'. Ah, never more, hand clasped in hand, Shall we within the doorwuv i-t.tnd, And watch the fulling rain. Yet still the sweetness of that hour Ketums with all its woi.ted power Of mingled Joy ami piiin. When, dropping down from window-eaves, Or gently fulling on tin- leaves, I hear the Summer ruin. 0 cruel memory! thus to bring That glad brief hour, with bitter sting, Back to nry heart again ; Those parting words of fond regret; VIth glad pretext, love lingering ye...

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 July 1883

o3 nn A CANDID CL.J51tUYAIAA Uo IMikIo a Mistake in Louring si Uarpun- tur'rt Jtench lor u 1'ulptt. New York Tribune. I was speaking a little while pa.t with a clergyman" who had once been a carpenter, lie said to me: "I lived in a retired portion of the country, whore my mind was not suilieiently occupied with constructions. 1 became a religious person and took up morals for a study. In a littlo while 1 found my mind drifting toward divinity in stead of carpentry. I was a good builder and my work was well spoken of. But 1 thought that to become a por tion of a moral instrumentality would re flect more credit on my younger chil dren then toddling about my leet than to continue building dwellings and barns. So I entered tho church, re ceived my commission to preach, was perfectly honest in my belief that 1 had a 'call' to preach, and in the course of time I drifted to a largo city. There 1 found that I had wholly mistaken my pursuit. I had not education to inter est the rising and po...

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 July 1883

Pil jniu.il tiiuiKnvriii' ' ' -- - - t . jjtKk'eMtwm'tim'i'1 roawaOTanEiasEiraiMiwa jji)j i 5flcgy Al..l)l.N. CAL.Ur.AN DEAN BEOS., Breeders of Thorouffh-Brod and Graclod Short-Horn Cattlo. AllfrAKPAH (I'M, COWI.I.V COIJNTV, JCAR. y sjsAa .. -&TT'1-.J' " MM: tew flUUkUS mwSSssLjgy- I'.UX'-M A KKS. Croplho right; L'mlor Imlf Crop tin; lell, or rovorao. Ilm iiibmiull) on loll shoulder- Bange, Oltor Crook, Ind. Tor, T s Mutton, k Maletolt I T JVV AIm cut M ; ircln bin , l.m cln If , bn roIrM f Ik itrl: fin l AVilll porp- .1 dioular I'M i , Hrolo as ill liori . o n Jul l)ii r, nil on It. 11 ul.li. Koine call If with In ' rl fro- on left side. Jlorsc biaiitt hd'it cmioh It'll idiouldcr. iEEhbBII 1 1&&24U2rm. iG r3 3 .iiShl ffl.-'4ggS 7. '1ETK VBKJVr SOKSiRtuKllBFi - .j:4f .$ l'STKWAUT, "an ire o n Re d k, I.T. On both oh. Some only Jell sitlo or hip. nio with bur on it bip, anil a halt' .rclo I on both Mili'H. Sumo with III ttliroe bars) on- ly on J c It bip. 1. (), Addro 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. — 13 August 1883

inwiiijiimwiMmif Of DWTilD lJ II (1 150. W. iMAI I 171, KliUr & i'" r, (IXI)fAN' AND SIOCK .JOL'UNAL.) I, vi r Mi i.inrr. I , r:i 1 Kdilnr Vol. TV. Choypun' dj rapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Territory, Au??. 13, 1893. Ten Pag9 10. 22. hiuhiimhi iwiiiii mill wiiii I ill mi i ! iiiiw rr nmrr vr iWMna nrrn a VCjDY 1 U H V U VI Mh jH Ju I Jj.ii li Hi m 3 w Jl ". vk I i B u Ki H 1 X AlU.JLJ.-i kJA XJ A . -ft Jy& C3HM w. rwtuijw V.. HI' LM, limm wll, Kam rs itr' h i Mimnc- v II. oiim' with ? ,u it siM'iiir.er. ' . t 'l ui'.li (h!iI; kf.Ie o Lt.tli shcut- UT'. llO .SO I'lii'Kl llkl f'K on t!.,lit tli.'i;li ft -..J i.--1 ... "eLKLLAN CATri r ( ( OtOC Agci.c,!. 7.. -. '. ! .( . tiipt Rango Rlack Ilea' ..n 1 '. ' V.'.- . - H-irso biand C M on side cr h'v :( mi1 e:..t!''v;tb difCeieiit ear marks. H!;yi:nne & arapahok agency herd. if. II. Campbell, in charge. Rango Chtyenne it Ar- rjpahoe reservation, I.T. Cattle branded Uke this J anywhere on right aide. All calves branded same...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. la the only Paper published within a radius of a hundred milea, SnliscnslUon. $1.00 PepTear. la AAyanco. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. K37Ratos for Display Advertisements made known on application. . T " T ' . 1 AIL OUT ANT DKCJSIONS. Tito Knllroud ConinilHulonerK I'uhh on Two ComplalntH. The following decisions havo been rendered by the railroad commission ers: G. K. Anderson vs. the Missouri Pa cilic Railway In the matter of com plaint made by G. 11. Anderson, of JMahau, Kansas that the charge of $5 per car, made by the Missouri Pacilic railway, for the switching of coal over one-half mile of thoir track, at Fort Scott, Kansas, from the junction of the Missouri Pacific with the Kansas City, Fort Scott & Gulf railway, to tho St. Louis, Fort Scott & Wichita rail way, is excessive and exhorbitant, the board finds, from a caroful investiga tion, that, for tho same service, at tho sumo place, the chargo of fifty cents is made for tho transfer of li...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

0$ t i 1 T r It was not until the first stroaks of daylight, were struggling, iu through the window, beside wkich I sat, that there was a slight stir, she was awak ing at last. "Hugh I" she breathed drCamingly at first, then urgently "Hugh!" "Yes. dear." She turned hei face toward his whero it lay beside her. She was only partially awake as yot, her eyes were still closed; but the hand on the cover let crept up softly toward him, flutter ed over his face, rested one moment caressingly on the brown curls, then, with a long contented sigh, her arm stole around his neck. "Husband, kiss me!" "His presence has saved nor," was my mental comment; "there is nothing now to fear;" and, unnoticed,! loft the room. Chilled and cramped with the long sitting aftor tho night's journey, I was not sorry to find the sitting room bright with lamp and firelight, the ket tle singing on tho hob, breakfast as comfortably laid out for two as if the hour had been nine instead of six, and Mrs. Merton. as neat...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

r t yjw -?r"y .SCSwiK ov MM tm&u,ttiaatiitxitKttvt.vvniButiimtiftn,':' t kTnwarm M4M jWIIWIIWIH f JV( Criflin, TVxnH, Caldwell, K., Dodgo Ci-y, The Transporter Qhiok&iaw Stock Associilk Brands. 2""A reward of SfiO i'l)h offered Tor informa tion leading to the recovery of stock stolon from member ot this A?8oeiatlon and capture of the Subscription, $1 per Year, in Advance. CHEYENNE A ARAPAHOE AGENCY, INDIAN TrRIUr AUt.usr I"., ishii. lyum m 1 'ii'l "U"IM "' H HliW1!lJP mi !!. '"""' PI,,"1"J' Mil,VfMt. EXlteT McCOY. ,cc. .Hid in as Yqrk-Parker-DraperI WtriMHIi"ir.iii-nr-rr-r- n ii.,liuiii.iii.wn'i iim i ..uij. n MABTIH COLBERT, President. Addie-n. Khin Sri'iNfiS, Ind. Tim mminiiWt Cattlo and Horses going up the Trail. Tlio following Is ii cotnplelo list horses ruiHsiiiic up the Texas And ot crittln HH'I Caldwell trail correct llnres uf M .: IT FN COLUEH1 since July 10th. Wo also mvo tho drive tills season : CAT? Lit. J Wagoner .' ..'. I.oon AFiascr .' 2.1 10 Calhoun Bros 1.000...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

Ob khkJmmmmmmmrtaifKmfrWp vEStim sel HPT) A lVTCinnnPTt 3 SUPPLEMENT 1 LXJrXy k5r U 1 1 1 Hi 11 Gko. W. Mai-tbt, Kditor & Propr. (lNOIAN' AND HTOCIC JOURNAL.) Lafb Mekkitt, Local Editor. VoL IV. Ohoyoima & Arapahoo Agency, Darliwcton, Indian Territory, Aug. 13, 1833, Ton Pages. No. 32; u jiwmi mini hi unim uw MumummMmumm.iu , J jwiii 4 (USAX1) A- MO.SSKR, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. SClILEdEL iV: LEl'OLD, BLACKSMITHS, LONG JONKS' BRICK PIIOP, East Sixth Street, - - Caldwell, Kansas. We have leased tlio above shop, and arc prppar ed to do all kinds of ropnlrs on carriages. wagon1', plows, niaclimerj. etc We have also in connec tion with our shop a first class wagon wood work man, who will turn out woili on the shortest notice ES'Cattlo Brands made a Sped dty. DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering '250 head; M. R. PLATT, Proprietor, Hereford, Short-Horn & Galloway CATTLE. Stock for Sale & Correspondence. Solicited. W. II. KKKl.TNO. II. C. KEKI.LXfl jB j w i H r KihT i f) si ii...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

' rty . t .. VSJflVW - . The Transporter uubgorlptlon, $1.00 por Annum. Knlorcul attlio PostofllceatDarllnL'ton, no occond clasa matter. MAIL TIME TABLE. Caldwell &Ft. Sill Lino. AimiVB. I AIUUVK. From North lln.m. From South 10 a. m. Monday s Excepted. Sundays Rxcepted. Stages, same tlmo, Roing S. Tuesdayo, Thursdays Saturdays; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. rnAiT A. T. & 8. F. H. K, TIME TAKLE. CALDWKLL STATION. AIUtlVK. DEPART. llAfiaongcr. Accommodation 11: CO A.M. I 3:00 P.M. U.10T. M. i C; 20 A.M. mumMMMiti,w VV. F. Butler is assisting Chas. E. Campbell on bis )iay contract. Thomas Lemons is now making Hoadqnavtcrs at the Wichita Agency, where he is doaiing in stock. V. M. CoiToo, the genial manager ibr Ellsworth Torroy, who owns an immenso herd near Camp Supply, apent several days last week here on Business. Jules Devereaux, book-keeper for iTeod, Word & Bylor? was here sev eral days last week in connection with delivering a herd of beeves to the Indi...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

M m...SSEZL.- . . . . r 7. ..-t-,...... '-M'tiKMMxmgftmM'tKmmBifdi i " ri i r itfflMkMnwucii The Transporter! ,!w; ,,mv "h' c0m p: i 1. -ave a hi'do mido work vc iiX&rMTaaatmMsuatI1xr;"niinitt fmp&giM nitfMMMmn i i to Io done, and tlic store will in a Hi. T( " 'i;'- m "f,(J f(H' .7i?irjp5 fn --- "--";- - - (whirl! they invil", through the JSwrt31iS1s;i;:,',m,,eain,,ri,nBt'ni' - 'rif1Aliv',i"r;:!?;nt1,,v y1011 of tJ,( . pnhhe. A. IC. Reynolds, the head . - 111111 o ( nvn Subscription, M.oo per Ainu a. k. in:YXon. J). V. WTS W..N. liriJlJHfil. l.ILTIMKTP.i.i:. Cnhhvpll ft Ft. sni i in . Aiinivit. . , .... .. w... .. .-..". JililllU, im vvP known in ''u- ounlvy ti.i . rr '- . m conn ',. il with the nhl L;r'.i of ' ,. !:. Rc v- noldx iV: Co., and Mr. HubboU "is From North 11 n. m. From Noiith io n. ni i i Vi'i ' ,m"M'1 ,'' Mondnys Kxooptoil. Mjn.layH Exi-poUm! ,,l,'0 b WOU known m tins ounfrv llmrPtlnysfSriUmlnyM; mollis '. M,il'i' , l'111; iu( uo.i. 1 In gmia. Voilnorny & F...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

TOE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUltN'AL.) Gno. W. Mapfbt, Editor & l'ropi. Lxris Mkhiutt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Tour in Advance. Cayenne & A'apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. IN SUAIAIKK-TIA1K. Flowers nnd fruits of the summer, Can you hear us children shout, When, over the fields and hill-tides, We seek and find you out J Do you blackberries know how vou glisten ! You raspberries know how you ilow ? Or you gooseberries know how you prickle i If not, -then you ought to know. Do you hide from us, ever, on purple, And, deep in the green, keep stlill Or Is it quite social mid pleas nit When basket and pail we till! And the bumble-bees how can you bear them i Well, sometimes I think It is true hey have their sharp stints for us people, And only their velvet for you. And how do you berries, I wonder, Feel, spread on a beautiful dish, All covered with sugar? That strikes me And just what a berry would wish. It 'f a sort of reward, I am thinking, Tha...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

M YKLLOW JFK VJ&it. lCocnllfOtionH of the Scourgo of I87K. 8t. Loula Hupul)lU'nn. A cool spring that boded a pleasant summer, followed by an iiitunsuly hot Juno and July. Tho yellow fever had appeared at New Orleans, but no one at Memphis apprehended immediate dan ger; whilo all talked of the dreaded visitor, and all instinctively feared the worst, yet all hoped almost against hope" that they would not bo called upon to combat the disease. One hot, broiling day, when tho very heavens seemed turned to molten fire, a run: or ran from house to house, from mouth to mouth with the speed of an arrow, that a case of yellow tuver was on Front street, actually in the center of tho city. Immediately the houso was walled in by a tall wooden fence and labeled "Infected District." How futile their ellbrls to conline the fever within any bounds after it had once got a foothold proved. Then began tho exodus. The wild est excitement prevailed everywhere; business houses wore closed without the ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 August 1883

i wwwHit'wLmra53S?raw-.miTj ''timtMimttmijtn0iifyt,iwwtt'j m7i5jfiB.'ftAtawKaKGiw,TrJ'vittia vrxrmGrttiAiZBatMS) t jL. 3)JCAN. ( I.. in: AX Cjas2L 'Kr'Y B"os "DEANJHtOS., .Dfooclora ol' Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Cnttlo. AIIKANHAH t'lir, " A I .. (DIM', KM, gLLVHEf uanionnieni inu. lj 55SITO?ilifW)k Kanch Norlliand 3K T?SSP-sill Canadian rlv. en. Cat t Jo imindeti with same brand on either Hide or hip & Nome on both side . Ilore brand Tf, lull hip or shonfh 1 i3rO TD-- -'.T f fLm?i- - iH3mffi?s CHfr ?r "" EttW; 4& ei ? r.iiwar. ... --. EfV: i ;SWJW-r' '.'. ; ngSSBKSiiiHuil-.- KA11 MAHK.-( ropthe iiJit; I ipI'T ImU Crop the It'll , onvM'i'd . JJdrsw brand 1) on left shoulder- Banco, Otter Cresk, Intl. Tor, VS II ul Ion, ,. Slrt'lelonlT u . 1 f t . TT'.iNa AISO Circle; "V-' circle Imv ; bar circle ; 1)iu' c i rcl e heart: circle -with porpen iliculnr Imr; c;ircl(5 Avllh norizonmi ..i-if OllVj UJI Oil 1rti uliln. RonV entile villi heart vrit- on left ddo. kldrao b"iuit...

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 August 1883

im jfir: SPORTER. vX-L 1 J x lJi. I jJ JU 11 Geo. W. Maftet, Editor &-Prqpr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL) Lafd aIluiuti'. Local Editor. VoL IV. Ghoyenno Ss Arapahoe Aonoy, Darlington Indian Territory, Auj. 29, 1333. Tan Fagos. No. 33 TKAN I II ft' 9 IV. B. HELM, Hunnowell, Knns. Rango-s e of Kunne- weit. some with on lef shoulder. aibo some emtio branded with dinning knife on both shoul ders. Ilorso brand like this on right tnlRli D McLELLAN CATTLE CO. Otoe Agency, I. T., S. A. Gutli, Gun. Supt. Range Black Bear and Still Wu'er Horse brand C 31 on side or hip. Some cattle with different ear marks. JOHNSONS & HOSMER, Arkansas City. Kans. Rnge Cf Id Water no Salt Fork IT. ?om bradded BC Horse bra.' dllke th's n '"f Smolder aid hip 181 C. W. CRICH, Kaw Agency. I. T. Also T 'on left-Jaw. Horse S F on either shoulder. Range on Arkansas ilyr near tlie Kaw Agency.' A. A. WiLEY, - 13 $S& 43Khm3ffAr P 0 Otoe Agency, I. T. Range Lower Red Rock 'A on right Jaw. K on right side. Hbise...

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 August 1883

THE CHEYENNE TRAHSPORTER. (IKDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Geo. W. Mafvbt, Editor & Tropr. Lafe Meiikitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Tear in Advance. Cayenne & Aiapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. CU11RENT TOIPCS. It is considered moro English to say you wear a "top coat." Some California vineyards yield 100 boxes of raisons per aero. Peanut Hour, it is said, is likely to become a southern staple. Thkke aro three negroes in the Geor gia house of representatives. Phil. Siiekidan used to drive a watering cart in Zanesvill'o. The railroads of tho Unitod States owe a little debt of $G,500,OO0,0CO. Grace Ciiukch, Now York, is to have a new steople, price, $40,000. Georgia road havo notted $200, 000 on niolon freight n this summer. Florida will ship oranges to En gland next tirao she has a surplus. Senator Anthony continues to im prove, and is almost as woll as ever. Nearly all of tho iish oaten in Amer ica as sardines comes from Maine. Henry James, Jr., is "a cultivated Ya...

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 August 1883

o k FAEMNOTES. Woody pastures inako poor and bit tor butter. Austria has moro than soventy agri cultural schools. A 400-pound Connecticut hog was lately killed by sunstroke The Now York Tribune says that any plant which crowds a bettor ono is a wood of the worst sort. A Yankee koops woodchucks away from his cabbago by chaining a small dog in tho middle of the patch. Mr. Charles Goodright has 700,000 acres of laud, located at tho head of Rod river, in Texas. Ho has a herd of 40,000 cattle. A correspondent of tho Western Farmer recommends tho putting up of noat little houses for bluebirds, which ho has found most useful insect-destroyers. Tho harvest in New Zealand has been plentiful. Eight acres of wheat near Auckland averaged 102 bushels per acre, oighty-soven and one-half bushels of which were first-class. It costs $150 to import a Jcrsoy cow. This includes handling on tho island after purchase, transporting across tho Atlantic and care during tho three months' detention in quarant...

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 August 1883

fMiMiJMMiiiiit w?trugmwiMaiM tyyTOiww mvr'jWMww!BBtvjMm.'-niw1 lMwmeaet i jMJMHHBWW'Mfe!rt THE (HEIEIK TUMQL Subscription, $1 Per Yoar, in Advance. Chcycimo and Arapahoe Agency, darlinutow, imd. tek. AUGUST 28. 1883 The liorpo brand of iho Cheyenne & Arapahoo Agency herd appears in this issue The Mohave Tmlianp, loon fed on Iho Big Colorado river, at the Nood les, are said to be the most indus trious tribe in Arizona. They cul tivate the soil and arc self support ing. Tiic Medicine Lodge (Ks.) Cresset says Col. Colcord last week purchas ed 62 head of yearlings, cows and calves and dry' cows, of the AO bar brand, for which he paid at the rate of $20 for yearlings, 25 for dry cows and $35 for cows and calves. A private correspondent, writing to us from Arkansas City, in speak ing of the new Indian industrial school building at that place, says : "The stone work is finished, the roof is on and the floors are laid, and at present the painting and plastering is being done. When compl...

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 August 1883

u - itjl tA.MfUmt.mt-nMmutAi.vukitVitatJ ifcfcwww4iwgajfgr,?JtSiBajVar - T RAW rtf.r UPPLEMENT w ja jlji Oko. V. aiAJ'nrr, Editor & Jropr. (TVinAN' AND STOCK JOUItN'AI..) Lapis aiismurr. Local tfdilor. Vol. IV. Olisyonna & Arapakoo Agency, DiuiinffUm, Indian Territory, Aug:. 88, 1833. Ten Panfos. No. 23. NHMM rew""M ii Mil wuj.gKgiux..tfuarKsroi rTrrrrmrTrnrwrnrrmniwi i iiiiiuiiiwii nm mwr.umiuii.iii Q H tflj Iiy k7 m m .4) ir n fel COSAXI) & MOSSIOlt, Photographers, CAIiDWJSIili, KAN. SCIILEdKl. A- LKPOU), BLACKSMITHS, LON; .JONKs' MUCK MI OP, EiibL Sixth Stteot,. - - Caldwell, Kansas. Wo liavo leafed the abov'o shop, mid are prepar ed to do all kinds ol icpalra on carriages, wngons, plows, machinery, etc. We have also In connec tion Willi our shop a ilrst-class n aon wood work man, who will turn out woil.on tlieshoitost notice K-atllo Brands made a Specialty. DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering ,r)0 head) M. 11. PL ATT, Proprioloi-, Hereford, Short-Horn & Galloway CATTLE. ...

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 August 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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