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

Ottwrf0lsijua.tf'idrs23aiamvaamifi.t': sssgggg?" """' ""Wi.1. ytyg Wr HIE GBGTEIIE TRftHSFOHTER. ii. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, . i. .-. .. . mnm M Arapanoe Aaency, darlihqtor, ihd. teb. SEPT 28, 1883, CHEYENNE SCHOOL LOCALS. ARAPAHOE SCHOOL LOCALS. ONE OF THE NATIVES. Entered nt the I'ostottlcu&tDnvlington. a second class umttor. ' lMll,TCTW!llttMWIIlIKimwIWl)w,UCTm The brands of W. S. Power and C. E. Lyon, of Texas, appear in this issue. Go to Con noil's Head quarters for clothing, underwear, hats, boots or gloves I hey are choice. Maj. Dcwees returned last week from his trip to civilization, and re sumed command of Ft. "Reno. The City Hotel is now crowded with boarders and transient custom ers. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy under stand how to set a first-class table. The nobbiest and largest stock of clothing and overcoats ever opened in the Territory is already selling like wildfire at ConneH's Headquarters. The fenoe is much improved by a coat of white-wash. Mr. Ii. II. C...

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 September 1883

fMnnBBjnrMiamnmnn THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Is tho only Papor published witliin a radius of a hundrod miles, SntaipM $1,00 Per Tear, in Atacc, Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. say-Rates for Display Advertlsemonta mudo known on nppllcatlon. MINOR MENTION. Germany luis twonty-ono universi-tios. England's apple crop is tho finest for years. Iowa's Limber lands havo doubled in area in thirty years. Judge Jeke Black loft an estate valued at $200,000. Oysters are plumper than they wore this Limo last vear. French railroads Will not use cars built on tho American plan. Six hundrod boats are engaged in fca"o' thofish business at Cedar Ko3r. The Methodists of England give $1, 000,000 a yoar for mission work. Tom Thumb's widow makes her first roappoaranoo in Pittsburg, Octobor 8. Georgia's manufactured products will aggrogato almost $'100,000,000 this yoar. TriE statue of ex-Presidont Zachary Taylor at Louisvillo will bo unveiled September 20. The smallest amount of copper in iron is 'said 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 September 1883

(p S THE JiUKDEN OF GUILT. BY JlAliK TWAIX. Do you remember when Jimmy Finn, the town drunkard, was burned toileaih in the calaboose? The caboose victim was not a citizen; he was a poor stranger, a harmless, whisky-sodden tramp. I know moro about his case than anybody else; I know too much of it in that bygone day to relish speaking of it. That tramp was wandering about the streets ono chilly evening, with a pipe in his mouth, and begging for a match. Ho got neither matches nor courtesy; on the contrary, a troop of bad little boys followed him around and amused themselves with nagging and annoying him; I assisted. But at last some appeal which the wayfarer made for forbearance, accompanying it with apathetic reference to his for lorn and friendless condition, touched such sense oi shame and remnant of right feeling as were loft in me, and I went away and got him some matches, and then hied mo homo and to bed, heavily weighted as to conscience and unboyant in spirit. An hour or two a...

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 September 1883

I AIaDJU. CkL,DUAM BEAN BROS., tdlAwi of ThormthBr4 and GnuU4 Short-Horn Cattle. AUUUMJ- CXTTj QOlfLXf COOHXT, WLJJi, m l II ! Ilfcl ! M DICKEY HltJS. Ciintonraont In I. Ty ILinch Jorth An 1 South (Jumi tliiu rlr. era. Cattle brawled with same) brand on either side or hip A some on both sides. Horse brand TL on lea hip or shoulder, "go to mmtmK c. j JzL A? vV tlLjasEsJL.. EAR JIARKS.-Crop the right; Under half Crop the loft, or reverse; Hotm brand D on left Bhouldor- SWngo, Ottor Croek, Ind. Tor, J. J. STURM, . Anndnrko, I. TV Ranch nnd range n Cob Creek. Somn like this on jaw v VUH ISpbikI f e' George Bent, Darlingtonyl T Also ADA. kVV HHKI tnm 'T'wm yi' 'rtjfc a i iff ill, Powder Face, A Darlington, Ind. Tor. T 9 Huion, Skeleton IT Also circle; circle bar : tar circle ; barcarole , ' wirhprrpen tficnlar bar; cirjele wltk kon ionUl iMir, all on It'll aid. Some cattle with h 'rt.crosu on left side. Horse ferand heart-raw on-left 'shoulder. H noi HBI . AirjJumPXI'VII'e)! I At Anythin...

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 October 1883

. - -- r1 c, I r in Gi:o. W. iMAiTT.r, 10Hior Propr. (INDIAN AND SHICIC JOUJINAl..) LAiri Minium', Local Editor. Vol. V. Oheyemio & Arapahoe Agency, Darlinpton, Indian Territory, Oct. 13, 1883. Ton Piutos. No. 2. iCTwjnstTJ!n2TFSRt3la!aKXirrxc3WJi tBWBauutijaMjiii.jiiwMi'tJPwi ii i mu i iimiiifrti i ipniimwwiiiiinm. rtnBRrtlncr" TlANSPOlTEi ' "tJLJL jLJ Jl JLi.1.1 -Li a J T I r.- W. B. HELM, 4m 1. CJ . iii'i i i -sTy-tr-v-M fh IHrww?3 1 BJ"s'?,'y -jTiiwKI n mfc i iTMf.rt p Tlunnowoll, Kan. M!ikoho of lluime- v.c.l. Somo with on ! shoulder. Also somo rattle biiindetl with ri'nv.uu: knJfo oa both slintn uers. Horse brand like this on right tlnli .mr vt . UW& "."UsSi ill '7VTT T 111 Bw r t V X A 1 H T C S EH on !.ft side on right M.;o. Road Ir.ud on either side. C. E. LYON, W. S. rowan, Mararr. 1 0 Sweetwater. Nol:n i'o Texas. Ranch en Cot tonwood creek, Fisher Co This brand on either sldo pi Inc (willy on right. Also the follow lug brands : SH nlcft side or hip K on neck &...

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 October 1883

HE CHEVEHNE TRftHSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUVAL.) Gno. W. Maffkt, Editor & l'ropr. Lafc Mehmtt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. Cheyenne & A'apahos Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten CUlUtENT TOPICS. Bkick masons aro jotting 86 a day in some parts of tho south. At tho Newark (N. Y.) nurscrios two men biuklod GJ21 trcos in a day. Sir A. Bass rents 50,0C0 acres of ground for shooting purposes iu Invor-ncss-shiro. E. B. Wasimukke is telling tho peo ple of Illinois what ho knows about farming. 'Blukhekiues are still quite abundant among tho high lodges of tho White mountains. THIS HUAIAIIfill IS DKAD. Mr. Louis G. Naquiza, of Moxico, didd recontly at tho "ripo old ago" of 125 yoars. Fifty years ago tho West Indies ex ported at tho rato of $50 a head; now tho rato is $25. The elder Dumas is loading an agi tation in Paris against tho luxury of stago scenery. Bees taken to Florida becomo lazy, and muko only as much honey as thoy neod from day to day. The 'Louisi...

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 October 1883

w it TllJJ I'Oil'AL KOTJSg. Tholr Unpopularity Afu-.rlbod to CiitcIohh PoHt.muMt.ortt. tit. Louts Globe-Democrat. Tlio now postal notes do not appear to quite fulfill tho expectations of their most sanguine advocates, and it is as a regular feature of tho postal ser vice, or soon bo withdrawn in favor of something else. Tho postmasters of country oilioos fail to "punch with care," and as a consequence many of tho notes are written for one amount while the punch mark indicates an en tirely di Duron I sum. This, of course, causes confusion, nnuoyanco and pro fanity, with other incidental evils. It is probable, however, that with greater familiarity in the making out ol tho notes mistakes will become few er, although there will always bo enough of them to greatly disturb the smooth working of the systom. Tho idea of printing tho amounts for which the notes aro drawn is said to bo taken from tho English, but En lnh post masters are, as a class, more intelli gent and accurate in their wo...

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 October 1883

ijnr.Tyoc'1wrwMMaIQaft"BflJMtnt MMiiTinff-MririTmrTtrf1 f-' Dodgo City,K THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. " i i Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Chickasaw Stock Association Brands. &3rA l award of 550.00 la offered for Informs Hon lending to tho recovery of stock stolen from members ol this Association and cupturo of the thieves. EMMET MoCOY, I MARTIN COLBERT, Sec. and Trotm. Piosldont. Address, EitiN Springs, Ind. Teh Fort Griilin, Texas, Caldwell, Ks., IYork-Parker-Draper r-rmruiSuuuunfmvm.mii n Mmnnmi mbimiiiiumumiwiii .nmiBiiMwwiim m -- tr&itmiiMsewMmv'jSMixsjiuuimvutrirJxittZT&MiuM iti mimgwt Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLIHGTOH, IND. TKR, OCT, 1.1, 18R.1. mMfiuunuu" CANTON M ICNT LOCA L8. DjiWflon, Word & Iylcr scnl 11 fly head of horses to Modicino Loci go to have loci corn the coming winter. They arc all locoed, and have been "worked pretty hard this summer. Ivicut. lljmy Wygand, in com mand of a company of the 2-Jth in fantry, passed through on the fllh, ...

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 October 1883

M CHETEME TRANSPOMIBB. ko. TV. Ma-ffkt, Kilitor A Tropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .lOUJtNAI.) Lafb Miiiiurrr, Local Editor. Vol. V, Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Torritory, Oct. 13, 1883. Ton Pa'gos. No. Z. D Ei i . COSANI) & SIOSttJSK, Photographers, OAIjDWELIj, KAN. SCJHLEGJCL & LEPOLI), BLACKSMITHS,, LONG JOKES' BRICK SHOP, Eftfct Sixth Strcot,l - - Calitwoll, Kansas. We lmvo leased tho above shop, and aro prepar ed to do all kinds of repairs on can rages, wagons, plows, machinery, etc. We havo also In connec tion with our BhopaCrst-clasn wagon wood work nimn, who will turn out wort: on the shortest notice t3f"Cattlo Brands made a Specialty. 1 --f KKE CREEK HERD, (Numhoiing 250 head; M. R. PL ATT, Proprietor, Jrlcroforcl, Short-Horn & Galloway CATTLE. Btook for Salo & Correspondence Solicitod. Y. 11. KF. 15 1.1 NO II. C. KEELING M. R. TLATT. JUSSE EVANS. PLATT & EVANS, litre Stock-Commission Mcrch'uls KANSAS CITY-STOCK YARDS, Ttfos. 18!& 19 E...

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 October 1883

sa WrWIMtM7l-lN ji , i. i i.ni 3 I t r 1 Ml to JlHE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, i wANSAs"'ciry 23J " $ 'irla fir M.T.. JOHNSON, denier In- UENKliAL " TrKTKJiiAKmsE, Johnson's Ranch, Chick, Nation, Ind. Tor,, P. A,- SMITH, Manager. TRAIL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY I k i t?1 CD s CD O (4 . o 13 Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. o CD GO Cheyenne ami Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TLB... i1 .j? , nim in i i -- - -OCT1R, IQS," "" Entered at Hip osloillee at Darlington, 11 , itv i bcuuuM ujiiM.i liiuiLur; A mm coaeBHi & i iiuwmiii.TO & -: . ( IP' K"hPb' LSftTf' I'Tfl IX 4 fl-iitJH TEfi v Sffl.U. tfW nM ' J. v & W attr wi .-1?- iL y nilldo ril5' Vili- 1, WlllOJi UJKS WCCK. ,; H!hS4FKa B tMCrSVE v i " urt t ii -n IS. J.p'o.to Council's Headquarters for olotlnng, underwear, hals, hoots or rglbvcs they arc choice. . - i H- -....- Among the new improvements by .8up,. Hutchison at the Arapahoe school is a xlonc walk in front of Dh build inc. ,,., A full lino of .stoneware, qucen w.'ire ...

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 October 1883

tjiMwijMimmimmmiiMiitMm:i.mw',ni r,U,uilmmw liHiiiu'wiwwMjj f &- 2222 If OIRflllE TRANSPORTER. I.I !.. I Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. . Glieyenne ami Arapahoe Auency, DARLINGTON, IHD. TER. OCT ia, 188:3, Entered utlho I'ostollleo nf Darlington, n. -acooiul cIiihr matter. Agency Clerk Kiihn passed hero on Wednesday on route to the states. - - - - i ii -ii W. W. Charles rclurnod homo on Thursday's coach, having been to the states. Howard Rhodes, a pleasant young 'cattleman from the Strip, is stopping at the Agency. Mrs. Thos. A. Campbell is visit ing with relatives at Hunnowcll, her former residence. CAPT. PRATT'S VISIT. J. H. Soger en me in yesterday from the range. Ho reports slock of all kinds doing nicely. "The choicest lot of fall and winter clothing ever brought to this Agency can be seen at Council's. Call and sec goods and prices. Rev. Collins, during his visit here, delivered a very eloquent and im pressive sermon at the Arapahoe scho61 to a large audience. - .....

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 October 1883

Ki Tf CHEYEHNE TRANSPORTER. Is tlio only Papor published within a radius of a hundrod miles, SaljscriiFtion. $1 . 0 0 Per Tear, in Aflyance. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. CSKnLes for Display Advertisements mado known on application. DOMESTIC NOTES. TRANSPARENT PUDDING. Boat to II croain half a pound of butler and halt a pound of sugar; stir in oight oggs well beaten, a grated nutmeg; llavor with lemon, bake in a buttered dish one-half hour, and servo cold. Nut Cake. Two cups sugar, one cup butter, three cups Hour, one cup cold water, four eggs, one teaspoon soda, two teaspoons cream tartar, two cupfuls kernels hickory nuts, carefully picked out and added lasr, of all. New Year's Cakes One and a qu art or pound sugar, one pound butter, half pint cold water, throe and one fourth pounds Hour, two eggs, one tea spoon soda. Mix well and bake in hearts and rounds, or any small tins. Queen ok Puddings. One pint of bread crumbs, one quart of milk, four oggs, leaving out tho whites of tw...

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 October 1883

? 'It's bettor to havo it over as soon as possible" ho said to himself; "bottor for them and for inc." Alice Arnden was passing him. He loaned forward. "Will you como for a littlo drive with mo, 'Miss Arnden? Tho night is perfect, and you look as if fresh air would do 3Tou ood.n She accepted at once, hoping as she did so Hi at Goorgo Fen by would see her. He was not thereto see, however, and Ralph had taken good care to know that. Ho was already half way homo. But Miss Arnden was in no mood to rosuse. She was in reekloss temper, and Ralph Warden had accounted on that. Ono desirous of widening tho breach botweon Alice and George would have found it an easy task to mako a boginning tkat night. Ralph Warden's lips moved slowly as ho soated himself besido Alico, but we will not try to determine what ho . said to himself in that crisis in more lives than one. ,4I admire your cloak and hat," ex claimed Ralph, "though tho saying may bo as much a compliment to my sister's as to your own tas...

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 October 1883

iWf i-' 1 I J mmiwaawMwwwwjo'i L't Ab. Dl.AN'. (AI,. DRAN dean hros., Breeders of Thorough-Brad and Graded Short-Horn. Cattlo. AKKWMAB CTIT, COWJ.KY COI M 1 , KAH. DTCKKY RUOS. Cantonment Ind. Ty Hunch North ami south Canadian rh crs. Cutllo branded with same brand on either side or hip & Homuon both sides. Ilorso hrand Tli on lcllhip or shoulder, eO-O to 'i-vl I J 3 Vs. SfejaSSKMLars PtJjmnmVTMtK' Mdu wrf -tszzw&TA wi37Qji iiXirfca&eS . - Jt ttPriMrns.. KAIt 1 l!Io ( roplhe rhdil; fiitler luiir ( i op tin- Int, or rrwrse. JIoiso hnuul Ji on It-It .shoultlcr- BanKC, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, J. J. ST I MUM, Anadarko, I. T. Ranch iind range nil ('oh (Jrcck. Snnio like this on '1W w jto M m rim . A A j' zzifopii Vv) '9HH S . inv - vf9 r Anything you may need, antl if it i in tho ordinary lino it will bo Promptly rurnisliod You h Lowest Possible ates. !X vCfj il - ;S. (tCOrgC lilMlt, Darlington, I rI AKo ADA. Powder Face, Darlington, Intl. Tor. r s Mutton, -nk ? .Skeleton IT a...

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 October 1883

fvi Jtf Gko. W. Mafpet, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Lakh MKttuirr, Local I-Mltor. Vol. V. CheyGn.no fc Arapahoo Agency, Darlinjyton, Indian XeVritory, Oct. J38, 1883. Ton Pages No. 3 III I.IIIWIM izKrcnnn CHEYMHE TRANSPORTER. i 4 W. B. HELM, Hunnewell.Kans. Range s e ot IMinne- vrll. Some with on lef: shoulder. Also some cattle branded with drawing knife ou both shoul ders. IIoiso brand llko this on right thigh iirAr lw m Mm 1 1 m i V X A MM R T C ) ft side. C E. LYON, W. S. Power, Manager. P 0 Sweetwater. Nolan c.n Texas. Ranch cn Cot tonwood creek, Fisher Co ills brand on either side principally on rteht. Also tho following brands : S H on left side or hip H on nock & shoulder Horse H neck & sh'icl ID. . CHEYENNE & A1UFAUOR AGENCY HERD. II. H. Ca'mi'bkii,, In charge. Itango Cheyonno iSrAr w imnhofi rosnrvnllnn. T. T. Cattle branded llko this anywhere on right-side. All calves branded same' with V on left jaw. V llotitt brand. HEWI.NS, TITUS & WI...

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 October 1883

K i l I THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER Is tho only Paper published within a radius of a hundrod miles. SalisGTiiitloii. $1.00Fer Year. In AJlTBnce. Brand Advertisoments $5 Per Year. K&'-Rntea for Display Advertisements rmulo known on application. MIUTION'AKY .MAKING. Letter of Notable Mnn-Somo Valuable Autocrunliti. The work of compiling tho editions of "Webster's Unabridged Dictionary" tuoa un quiou irum juoi t jvi, it has gone on for vears before, says Tho Springfield Union. Tho last odition of this work was brought out in 1879, and, as in tho past editions have been brought out only once in twenty years, it will be a number of years yet before another edition of this voluminous work will bo given to tho public. Aud thus our city rules tho world in one respect, for from her as a center emanates in every direction tho decrees which govern good English tho world over. .We who live in the city never stop to think what a notable interest wo foster till some stranger comes to town, who, ...

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 October 1883

Zd 1 Tlio child's kiss again had a strango effect upon tho old dame; it brought tears to tho old eyes, and mado nor willing to do just as Pora wished. Tnen tho blue stuft" for Dora's dress and tho ribbon to match wore shown, and thoro was auother shout of glee and a dunco of delight, and once moro tho cat was hugged" and old Granny kissed. Never had tho damn known such a day. Neves, had her old heart been so gladdened. Sho seemed to havo bo come a child again, young and frosh and happ'. And when night sontlong shadows upon tho hearth and the child, after saying her fw words of prayer, crept iuto bed, tho old dame knelt down, too, and cried: "Oh Lord God! forgivo mo all my miserly wickedness." From that day forward, thoro was a great change in tho old hut and its owner. Dirt and untidiness vanished. Dora knitted so fast that tho old dame had to send her twice a week for yarn, and tho stockings and mittens sho mado were so strong and so warm, that every one was glad to buy them. Moro ...

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 October 1883

cmmMuxiimmam MVffeAMMMMPMmMMNI MMMyewifwi,aawtagwftw Caldwell, Ks., Dodge CityC Port Griffin, Texas, IDE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. i i Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, INI). TER. - . . . OCT. ". 1883. i j mmiwiiiiiw piaiiwwinnnm 'majiniuuwncwijwwT'rT'JCjai Chickasaw Stock Association Brands. J37"A roward ofSoOOO Is ottered for infornia tlqti leading to tho recovery of stock stolen rrom members of this Association and capture of tlio ililevos. EMMET MoCOY, I MARTIN COLBERT, bee. and Treas I President. Address. Erin Simiings, Ind. Tku. ! IYork-ParkerDmperL nycEcnTTXXiE oo- MARTIN COLBER ii EXPIRED. This isf-meW the Traxspohtkr is number three, of volume fivo, the Transporter now entering the filth year of its historical record. A large number of pubseriptions on our books arc now clue, and we hope they will be promptly renewed. Especially is this the case whore subscriptions have been taken for friends and relatives back east, who, of course...

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 October 1883

131 CHETEME TR A N SPORTE R. Ui:o. W. aiAlTKT, Kditor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .JOUHNAL.) Lafk MKimirr, Local Kdllor. Vol. V. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Territory, Oct. 28, 1883. Ton Pagros. No. 3. imraRH;w;im'.iMtjmimiiiiiiia.-i.Lii rtmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmammmmwmtm3mFFmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmm i j H COSANI) MOSS ran, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. SCIILEOEL LEPOLI BLACKSMITHS, LONG .JONKS' MUCK SHOP, H'nst Sixth Street, - - Cnldwoll, Kunsas. Wo have leased the above shop, and are prepar ed to do all kinds of repairs on carriages, wagons, plows.'inachlnery.etc. Wo have also In connec tion with our shop a Ursfcclass wagon wood work man, who will turn out work on the shortest notice Esjr'Cattlo Brands made a Specialty. W. II. KEELING. JI. C. KEELING WT 11 13 T 'TT " T M JVCiriijiiNv J (3 C-A.Xi3D"VvrJE3Xiai.7 IKS., CO 9 Headquarters for Cattlemen & Drovers. T.B.JOHNSON, PKALKK IN Drags & Medicines, Uiulovorylhlng pol-talnlng to a FIKST-CLASS -IMUJG STORE. )0...

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 October 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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