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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 April 1884

IIZ vmitantHmm M vir IMUJI-liimP.HMIMJIlt THE CHEYENNE TRflllSPORTER. .--- Subscription) $1 Per Year, in Advance. ClByeune and Arapahoe Agency, DARLlNUTOlf, IND, TER. Cnpt. Taylor and family left Fort llcno on Saturday lor the cast. A M. Walker has gone to Texas to rccoivo oattle for- His fi rtn. APRIL 28, I88'i, Entered ntthbroslGnlccutT)nrlingt6n, as second class mutter. Oklahoma Again. Lust week' w6rtl was rccoivcil hero that several small companies ol boomers had ar rived in the Oklahoma country, and were plowing, planting corn and otherwise making themselves athome, supposing that they had reached a seqluilcrt spot where thoy would be entirely free from molestation. Their fancied security was of but short duration, as the military word soon aware of their presence in the forbidden comitVy and immediate steps were taken to bring them to account for their trcspnsssing. On Monday Lieut, Steves, in command of a few scouts, started for the Ok lahoma country to arrest the intruders, ...

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 April 1884

THE CHEYEHHE TRANSPORTER. la tho only Paper published within a radim of a hundred milei sabscriptlon. $1.00FerToar. In Aflyanco. Brand Advertiiimenti 5 Pir Yir. jar-Rates for Dieplay Advertisement rand e known on npplicution. TIIEHK IS A STAK. 'Hi i' re is u star, A little, glistening .star, That beams afar: How it illumines the waste ot barren sky! So life to mo is barren, and I cry Cry with u longing maddening and intense For one bright being robed in innocence. There is a heart, A loving, gentle heart, Vet dwells apart; It beats in rhythmic cadence with mine own ; It breathes a rapture Love can know alone; Holy and sweet, it clings around my life, A rest Tul spirit linked with restless strife. Would she were mine, Mine only only mine Oh! joy divine! Groat, glorious gift of Heaven above, Uinding two hearts with such a mighty love, Thai all the world's attractions cannot sway A passing thought from either one to stray. Could I but know Could she but ever know That sudden glow, Thri...

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 April 1884

ITALIAN WINE. Tho Manner of Making It Not Changed Since the Time of Virgil. Tf Virgil found it impossible to enumerate tho different kinds of orapes and their names, how much more i is it tho easoto-day? Rut his praises of the Ealornian wine are well deserved White Falernian is excellent, and has an aroma and bouquet of its own withal strong !lud generous. Tuscany is deservedly proud of her "Chianti '' and "Vin Santo11 from any respectable "fattoria" is not to be despised. But the worst of Italian wines is that you arc seldom sure of getting the same class of wine two years running. The manner of making wine has not changed since the time of Virgil. The white oxen bring the grapes from tho fields in a vat placed on an un wieldly, heavy ox-cart painted scarlet, to the "tinaja" or place where the "tini" or vats are. The grapes are emptied out into "bigonoie," fall wooden pails without handles, which the men carry on their shoulders. The grapes arc poured into the immense open vats, wh...

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 April 1884

3adweJWS2xs.ir t&xtrti)ittMiMritiKs&aii&(t timjttuaitna(iutnti WCKEY BROS. Cantonment Md. Ty Raneh North ami South Can ilialtrlv. er. C'lt'le buindcd Willi ame brand on either Hide or hip & Miim'on 1 oi 1 1 elder. Ilcusc brand 'J'L on p'l'i hip or shoulder, DEANBUOS. Icttors of Thorouiprh-Bred au'l 'Crtv.W Short-Horn Cattle. A" KANS CITV, COWVOV COf.MV, U V. . MiwuK!irTtiuimimmt!AmmmmJk4Bim in uni imiMBtiiitiini mwiii mnir irmr i wit -r - frTrJWK- -lTC I J.. XD !Nn. Llfej?s1f EAR IWARK-.-c roplli. i'-I.I; Cm! ( np the h'f'l, ' i"' !'. nOr.SOhllUl'i Jlf.i Icl't bJm ''.! Rancrr, Otter CV' .-. Ind. Tor, MeKKNNKV, OVER A" CO ( limp .Ntpn'j'. I. T. ( "it:l; a: on Heaver crerk. ;itll" hrniuted on both i i. ; ;iitd J;ivs. Kar m'k PM il:dit unci Krub loft. V u f bianrter! on left hip ; oi I'fi'ii nnr Trom : 1 v to point of shoul- mhg&M 5kJM Xt $ 2'"V' .. . . jj : ?3 ' ' . r ' v George Beat, Darlington, I T Also AD A. iVvvdef Face, Darlington, hid. Tcr. Anything: you may ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

TirsrwHi& Twrts"i ' - w t7-rfv- n .$s . i Geo. W. aiArncr, Editor Propr. (INMMAK AND STOCK .lOUUNAL.) Lain Mhuuitt, Local Kditoi. Vol. 5. Cheyenne & Arsipjvhoe Agency, Drilling ton, Indian Tcv., May 105 "LS.S-1-. No- JO, K- . auij -t w Jim ju w xKimsrxvsir; aurwjMm i mm.nm.it.iun nmnMUJiJiiinuiUwwLminiiiiijm,iuuiiinijjiy.ii f B 1 til ra A k L ' 1 B K H H 1 B 1 v vAJLXj J. JjIi Hi W. 13. HELM, Hunnewcll.Kans. li'iime soot Hunne- wel). Homo with on left shoulder. Also somo cattlo branded with drawing knlto on both shoul ders. Horse brand llko this on right thigh By W. C. NEWTON, RunctSnCTMT(!vCev?kaSaW nal,on' Tna'an Twp EB CHKYrNNE it AUAPA110E AGENt Y HERD. R. P. Collins, in charge. Range Cheyenne & Ar apahoe reservation, I.T. Cattle branded like this anywhere on light side. AH oalYC branded .same with Von left jaw. Postofiice address, Darlington Indian Tor: OJ1I1K ' VM'- . N 33 13 N F O 7C IT. T il OIL McLELLAN CATTLE O. 9 .f "i' nHf4 -3c- Jr-tmM - House brand. . ""2 HE...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

MBS THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND flTOOK JOURNAL.) 0 no. W. Maffist, Editor dsl'ropi. Lafic MnnuiTT, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Ycnr In Advance. fiheyenns & A apalioo Aaency, Dailingiini, Indian Ter. ONLY A BOY. Only u boy, with his noise and fun, The veriest mystery under the sun ; Ah brhiiftil of misehfef, and wit and glee, An ever a human frame can he; And as hard to manage as what? ah me I 'Tis hard to tell, yet we love him well. Only a hoy, with his fearful tread, "Who cannot he driven, but must be led; Who troubles the neighbors' dogs and eats, .And tears more clothes, and spoils more hats, JjOscs more tops, and kites, and bats Than would stock a store for a year or more. Only Ji boy, with 1, s wild, strange ways, With his idle liom and his busy day; With his queer remarks, and his odd replies, Sometimes foolish and sometimes wise; Often brilliant, for one of his size, As a.meteor hurled from the planet-world. Only a boy, who will be a man, If nature goes 0...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

fr ft II THE CUBAN ItEUELLION. Something About Its Lender and the Cause Which Led to It. this morning at the office of I r. Man uel Aguero, publisher of El Jlispano Amcricano, at No. G10 Olive street, and asked him for some information re garding his relative, Gen. Aguero, who is at present conducting a very promising young revolution against il... O ill. ... ,.. 4 !.. 41... !1.....1 Hie npaiunii govurniuuiit in uiu isiiuiu of Cuba. Mr. Aguero said: Gen. Carlos Aguero is one of the revolution ists who did not accept the conditions of the treaty of 1878, commonly known as the Zanjou treaty, at the close of the uprising, which began in 1808. He did not come in, but kept up war fare with a few followers. Finally he succeeded in getting away from Cuba in an open boat and reaching New York. After his arrival there the Span ish authorities trumped up charges against him, accusing him of being a bandit, and made application for his extradition. He was cxaininod and the United States author...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

mmnwtmmmntti m&m0&iiw&i)iiLtJirvxrTxxv(mK'ili& f.tmf-T&rotma&szi rniTimiiiMrtliiwniiiwiunnr'''''' HE CHEYENHE TRANSPORTER. .-- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. . - Cheyenne anil Arapalioe Agency, MEINOTOH, IHD, TER. Texas Land and mm covpjv? rrr'M: rer" t- GEO, W. MAFFET, PostoiTlco addtcss, DaillnRton, Indian Territory. P I (UT GRIFFIN, TEXAS. CALDWELL, KAB. ' DODGE CITY, KA ork Parker i . . ti&.w'jr raj horses In im 5-JBfilKHi &V?fl - -1W- .AWT ' MtMoimrwmt-atssaat? u Mi . nv I.. .lit i i.ii'v .i.'rAiir'ijBnan ;. . asH?:-.. ,t:fw wra;.www,Ma w?mHm- .'. ..'Ph.. ' tW!4 m hid !i23Kfl . 1 'ja-jtc mu. ranwKi ri.u?jtauuMii AW lSLv? VfaBUl.VjiV-iXtfWH'flT' A ff. 41 PkKIV VI IB b INI . st ff -3ns. M.-o-T-t, m m vf I li;in''-U jiblue roan horse, imn jnimM, branded co h in rlrclo on 1 - thigh, si 1't e.usand iifunall bay pacing ponytniro years old, i -Hi I brand " W Oy&fi IHCKMANH IIAl - KH. Fort Reno, Indian Tv. On ilthcrMde. Eagle Chief and Cimarr...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

A (jIX). W. Maitkt, lOditor & rropr. (IN'I)IAN AND STOCK .JOUKNU..) Laki: Minium', Local Editor. Vol. 5. Clioyonno & ArnpLil loo Agency, Darlington, Indian Tor., M.ay JO, 1881 No- JG, vrjtui.TJAXKyxjTcijiU!!XamKUBiiiui3aaJVuuKuv iimmaj'jwi 1 1 ii ii mil !i ' JOHN 1XM5SOX HltO., AfiRICULfURAL IMPLIfflT MSB I CALDM l-'LL, KANSAS. v We koep tlie best ounllty of grain, lend, etc and II ur ol' tho best brands. Bank of ICan. City, Southwest corner -Firth and Delownre Stn. KANSAS .f.LTY, MO. Cash Oajnhil. - $000,000. 'SmplusSiaO.OOO. J. A. COVINUTON, Forwarding Agent, OALirWKLL, KANSAS. Snclal attention to the Mil ns of orders and for warding tho same to ali points In tho Territory As my bole attention Is now devoted to this busi ness It enables mo to attend to the same on short notice and without delay. . , ... -.. J. 1 1. UONSALL, U. S. Commissioner AND NOTARY PUBLIC, Oflicb Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave, ARKANSAS ITY, KANSAS. COSAXD &1MOSSISR, Photographers. W. S. Gregor...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

.ay7rm'Wyratrwrrew nmttnwsj8wni!flaMiniwiu THE CHHBIE TRANSPORTER. Subsoriplion, $1 Por Yoar, in Advanoe, - - - Cheygiuioaflti Arapahoe Ay, darlinot. lKD.Ti Joel B. Gentry So Co., MAY 10, I8R4, ICnlerc-rl at tho Pcmtoffloo at Darlington, n second elans matter. tnrwjtnTiTMtiino mm Shipper will do well by shlppinie their live stock to Andy ,1. Snider A o., ul Kansas City Mock Yard?. Hwidcruarters for Gattlomen. A Iui'ko now Htock of Klelnon'M cowboy bain, cowmen's IokkIiim, Hpnr, addlen, ete., fete , at. T. Conn ell's popular Headquarter for cat. tloinon. Htop 'with mo whon at the Agency. Strayed On J'Yb. 22d. one bay. haldftice snddle horse, fi years old, branded .11' (connected) left shoulder, 18 left lilp and undirbtl In eneh oar and on hind loot white. Will pay Tor Information leading to hl.s recovery or to anyone delivering same to Peter Shield . Darlington, Indian Ter Itory. PRIZE Send fix cents for posture, and re- B iii ill i i I iT it. ".-' hiiil-ii win uriy ai i. vi fiiner e...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

m THE CHtltlE IBUSrORTEB. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. i --. ' Ctteycfiue and Arapaiios Aaency, darlihgton. ind. fER. may m, ts'i. Entered at the Poslofftcoal Darlington, na second eliiss matter. KMRMmntBMI A brother of V. "V Stylos is here on u isiv conch the, V. B. York, Ksq , wont north Jbro part of the week. by Liout. Wygnnt, of the 21th Infiiniry, i to go to Cuba, wo tinders and, under orders). Mr. Fort Sill is cattle inspector at this place fortho Cherokee Strip Livo .Stock Association. II. L. Bicklord whs again at Tho Agency lust week, coming in on Tuesday -from Leaven worth. Bow TIanry wan down a couple of days last week from Cantonment, In the interest of .ho Mcnnonitc missionary work. J. S. Evans, of the military trading linn at the Post, passed up the trail by private con veyance on .Saturday, en route east. W. C. Oburn-, Esq., came down from Kansas City on Thursday of ht'week in the interest of his firm, the Indian beef contractors. JU L. A. Lul.nrde, Pod -uroo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

THE CHEYEH TRANSPORTER. Is the only Papor published within a radios of a hundred miloa. Sabscngtion. $1,00 Per Tear, in Atace, Brand Advertinments $5 Per Year CW Rates for DiBplay Advertisement m ado known on application. KANSAS CROPS. Condition and Acreage of Winter Wheat, Con dition of Jtye, Live Stock and Fruit. Varieties of wheat best adapted to tho several counties, the proportion of the ciop of wheat and corn of 18813 remaining on hand, as shown by the last quarterly report of the state board of agriculture. WINTEIt "WHEAT. The conditions were exceedingly fa vorable in September and October of last year to the seeding of winter wheat and rye. This, together with the encouragement received by wheat raisers from the more than average yields obtained at previous harvests, induced an increased area. The southeastern counties Bourbon. Crawford, Cherokee, Labette, Neosho and Montgomery the only section of the state where the crop was not suc cessful in 1883, in view of the favor abl...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

mrm rp WIK COCOANUT TItEE. also be made, and a pretty fair kind of sugar, called by the natives 'jag- Tt was Salurda.- evening, and the Graham family were all collected around the dining room table; the days were yet a little cool in the early spring! so that the bright, coal fire in the fireplace was very acceptable, be sides shedding a soft, gentle light about the room. The (Jraham children liessie, Nel lie. Tom and Dick looked forward to Saturday evening .is their "home party night," as they called it Ever since they could remember, their father had always made a habit of getting home in time for an early tea, and then hav ing a long evening with them. After tea they all gathered around the long table, so they could, as Dick said, "have plenty of elbow room,1' and Mr. (Jra ham would read them a story, and then Mrs. Graham always had some little treat ready when the story was over, and they were ready for the puzzle, riddle or game surc'to be provided by some of the family. This S...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1884

V mfnmwiUHww wuummimmh iiwr KKWBMWwwaMftiiBWiatfttwiMiiiwi i.JJagjTtsaaynT A. J. FITZPATRICK, postoflKo address, Darllngion, Indian Territory. CAI DKAN DEAN .KKOS., tBaodoi'a of Thorough-Bred unci Graded Short-Horn Caltlo. A If KANSAS CUT, Cm IJ:V COUNTY, KAS. ivjt v -L -. WM." k ?MIS mmgiU iMa oriiKii im.VMH : 7 & Ailin TF ctak& r JiaMiJi-SMTFuiBifiW ' ft ,; . i ;J mms&m EAR MARK. -(roptho right; Uml Crop tin It'll, or reerse. IJorao brand J) on leli shoulder- Bcinge, Otter Crook, Ind. Tor, 5l if 'tziswffl&sU McKKNNEY, OVKR & CO Camp Mipuly. I. T. cattle range on Beaver creek. t attic branded on both bit's and Jaws. Ear in'lc jilll MkIU and grub left Horses branded on left hip iM'iiNiso of hcrtl bar Irom tut Jaw to point of shoul-kr. Anything you may need, and if it is in "the ordinary line it will Ijo Promptly Purnisliecl You At Lowest Possible Rates. Clcorgo Bcnl, Darlington', T T A ho ADA. "lf5L Powder fflPHPiin Face, mim Darlington, JLz- Ind. Tor. laiia John...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1884

CY! I Tl "7" VI " T iTiri . . , . Uito. w. jiah'kt, Lditur & l'ropr. (INDIAN' AND STOCK. JOI, i:N.L.) Lakm Micitttirr, Loc.nl Killlor. r . 1 Wh EH BH I TOl IX7I I I TB W iij y .Ji..sM--J -JL JLj!-i- i J- rk? r. Vol Rm.-Jfcirmriwmw i Jiw,mmil,i irmi1. iwumw V B. HELM rv ' CheviMiiio & Arnnahoo Akoiicv, Dna-lirurloii,. hi-dia-n. Tor., MavLH, 1HS4-. No J ' - " -'TTr TM . :.1BjaWViB?T'wg"''JTC"Bc" ww)J4rirBec?grwiair'wmicwwwa8gMiM.AiuuJtwa .. l. NEWTON, jj-L Pcston Vied c "h ck:isaw nation, ind'an Terr. flgSk Ranch on ' u(' a c! 5 flaflTtfK N BEN I' 0 X HTfi OIL 1 B JmSkIuw -imTfc mi saa ? sss-? Gtt'F&&&n& SIRS & S?M llisB sfe48 JBJ.A BLff10 B5w raraKI TTsftrfifesBI MfifgHf onJ 1 1 side McI.KLI N ("VTTLK CO. I &jtZT; 1 Jlffll23l BHfS fe .., A" St Jl fcaleft s,de Tllc ubovc ir0 tuWUlonttl i-aas m8m&Sm wwff;4 Oloo Agency. 1. T., r. A. Hath, (?n. eut WW Wvfeuj Rango Biaci: i'lai.d :tlil Water H w brand -f jf C M on side or Mi- .-r cattle nHn different ""...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1884

St . r 5 term IDE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTEH. (INDIAN AND STOOIC JOUUNAL.) Uico. W. Maffht, Editor &l'ropi. IjAI'K Mbkmtt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year In Advance. Chevenno & A apahoeAaency, Darlington, Indian Ter. CURRENT TOPICS. MADCAP OK THE TOWN. As I ho rusiilt of a winter's trapping on the streams tributary to tho Aroos took river, in Maine, four young men bring home the skins of 1137 beaver and other furs, which are worth $1,200. A saloon advertisement in a Cuuir il'Alene paper, after giving the loca tion of the place and the elegant drinks served, wound up with the pleasing information that the "tiger growls night and day." CiiifiitiiY birds are doing damage to the cherry crops in the vicinity of Al bany and Lebanon, Ore. The crop of one of these birds was found to be filled with young cherries from which the blossoms had just fallen. Mils. Iw Gkacic HiTGHKS, Hie re markably beautiful woman who died recently in New York, was well known in Montreal. She lived in ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1884

$LdO t 1NUEHS0LIS PALACE. The Cabin Home in New MexicoThe Enenij of Orthodoxy uiul His Korty-flve Thous- niul llciul v.f Grade Cattle. This, hovever, has all been prelim inary to a description of IngersoH's log cabin in New Mexico, which Dor soy is building for him. The situation is one of the most beautiful in nature. Colfax county, northeastern Now Mex ico, is an elevated plateau almost iden tical in area with the state of Massa chusetts. The Palo-Alto estate (com monly called Dorseys ranch,) is situ ated almost exactly in the middle of it. The whole country is one boundless and unbroken meadow. The estate proper consists of about twenty-four thousand acres, in more than a hundred locations covering the springs that con trol the pasturage of more than a mil lion acres. Dorsey's home ranch (his private property and not included in the Palo Alto estate) called Ojo del Monte mountain spring is situated on an elevation commanding a view of almost the whole country. It is next to impos...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1884

- -W 'HI J Wi I M raw WMT CM DWELL, KAS. DODGE CITY, KAS, '4' 4 ( THE CHEME TRAHSPORTER. GEO, W. AtAKKEl Postofllco address, Darllngtoti, Indian Territory. im;r .mmx, tkxa. ."X Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, .r-4 Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND. TER, ' I Mmami MtmXiFSKilUl tHMWimtm W V VI Iff r m J 1 , Tens Land and CAULS Cflmi!7v'SI -- -. . - -lfc"TJUt. 'LV.HT.Tk 'IT SI I WS-r- -"' JtiSKSW1 ' 3 U f2wP. T.-: Jfttf? WmmM VHDW J.CBsteCJfe- '-rrih l"'f;W t ' ." Vy.M'.. llVffffffffffffffJBliVffffM WRffpSmir f'fTtM.ffIra5'U Jflj vfl flJffffffffffff7SJ)illllllVf1 5 Eagle Chief and clmarSronKivers w HSSPiB fly P.O. Kiowa Km, & Kanaaa City Mo. jm TM'JK f tf-I have lost u blue roan horse, lour years ol'J, branded cross-ln-clrclo on left thigh, split cars and a small bay pacing pony three years old, both horses In my brand HERMANN UAUStill. Kort Hono, Indian Ty. Ou either sldo. Brands on elfor hip, sldo or both, knomi as tho T5 brnnd, Old mmk, 8 v allow folk In right...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1884

201 CHEYEME TRANSPORTER. Gko. W. Mai-tbt, Editor & Propr. (Ui'MAX AND STOCK ilOUKNAL.) Lakh Mhukitt, Local lOditor. T Vol. 5. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter., May r28, 188-1- No- I 7, BHQBuaw9T(ennsasr.'iiMKinatTB'jnic UMlWHWilWIMHLJLUm MIIILIUUUM BnaCEBWilUULIIIMU irKAlMJf MtTKi:- 1 of RANCH ant! OTHER SUPPLIES I J2TM keop constantly on limul a vi-ry lamo sup. ply ofoverj tiling needed on the rai.ch, trull or In families, which will be sold as cheap as the cheap est. A call earnestly solicited before untieing pur aliases elsewhere. FRANK L. FRED, Indian Trader, Anadaiko, I.T. JOHN JDOBSON & BRO., AGRICULTURAL HPLEXEIIT HOUSSI CALDWELL, KANSAS. Bank of Kan. City, Southwest comer Fifth and Deloware St3. KANSAS CITY, MO. Cash Capital, - $(100,000. Surplus, 81 30,000. W. S. Gregory, .7. W. Uyers. Ifi. K. Tiiornlon, J . w. L. Slavens, Win Holmes, J.C. .lames, Geo. A. Fowlor, ,LT.K)llns. lleniy Harper, L. It. Mooie, J. S. Chicle. Bernard Donnelly. Wo keep ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1884

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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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