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

fO ts-0 THE OEIOIE -TRANSPORTER Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, ind. m, MAY '8, 1884. Entered nttho. Pnsinnwm i iir.i.iii... ... second class mutter. ' "'w,, " Hurt Cirillin, 0110 tho be-i men Unit ever roped u steer, Humong'Hioboyial the Agency from tlio range. Mr. ilno. V. Williams in acting Agent during the absence of Col. Dyer. The gentlomauly 31. C. Mnnn Is chief clerk. Mrs r. Kable, who has boon hero for sevoral weeks visiting her daughters at tho Cheyenne school, loft for her home in Ohio on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. .J. II. Soger came in from tho ranch last week, Mr. Segor Immediately re turning, and Mrs. Soger, with tho t-h ire.i, remaining liero. Mrs. Hutch in s now ri.v;.ifnrrttt ylr , jllta Agency, is visiting with iicr -nony friends at place. Mrs. II. was for i-inlyer.--. engaged in school work here. mer&crx imw. wt-rmmtmmmmm wtjBvwaLSsgraCfflwww Grass Lease Payment;. Tho third semi-annual paymont o SfJl.l7R.H0 was made th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1884

1 1' 1HE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. la tho only Papor published within a radios of a hundred miles, SDbscrtzitlon. $1,00 Per Tear, In Airace. Brand Advortiiements $5 Per Year. CSVRatoa lor Display Advertlaomonta made known on application. i . i NOT A HONE IN HIS HOI) Y. A Strange Discovery In tho Kentucky Moun tainsA Man Who Can lie Flattened Out Like a L'ancuke and Kolled Up Like a Carpet. A correspondent of The Cincinnati Times-Star (probably Joe Mulhatton) writes from Lexington, Ky.: Yester day your correspondent was introduced to Isaac Arbuckle, a member of a United States marshal's posse, who has returned from a raid in search of moonshine whisky manufacturers in the mountains of eastern Kentucky. Arbuckle was waiting for a train to take him to his home m Carter county, and, when interrogated, staled that the revenue raid was almost barren of results, but that he had made a dis covery while prowling among the mountains down below Barbourville that he felt sure would be of interest t...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 May 1884

t l R A MILITARY PRISON. The Mild runishiiicnts Visited Upon Deserters in "These Piping" Times of Peace." The System of Discipline in the Prison at Fort Leavenworth Types Among tho Culprits. tHUfea A Spendthrift's Career. Leavenworth, Kan., special to the Chicago Times, May 1: In old times deserters from tho army were sum marily punished and drummed out of camp. Ordinarily they were marked in some way so that they were unable to re-enlist, and so passed out of sight. After the close of the civil war "the question as to how deserters should be punished became a serious one, and after a great, deal of discussion it was determined to build a military peniten tiary where they could be sent, and there have time to reflect upon what they Had done. Desertion is purely a military crime, and, though looked upon as a llngrant offense by soldiers, is easily condoned by citizens, who care very little about'it. in fact, de sertion is sometimes considered by the backwoods people as commendable, 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 May 1884

) ' W . , , , . -, . -. . , i I I I I I I- A. J. VITZPATUICK, Postofflco address, Dnrlliigtoii, Indian Territory CAL. DlUN DEAN lfliOS., 23octlors of Thorouiyh-Breil and Chadod Short-Horn Cattle. M. K NAS CITY, COWI.I'Y COUNTV, KAS.. to: J Vt-STw' f j v rIai7iHIM. i ss '" s v:t'niiiwrA lJ 'ML?W'.rJB'7t ! Jt.li . li W IJ II . ..HiHT f IIM.J . . IC lUl HUrB lV1.L i itt- i a-? "WUUi aa! ?2 EAR 31 AUK.- (ropil.e njrht; I'nd ( rop the It'll, or reeie. IIoino lirniul J) (n lelt shouldcr- Banf?o, Ottor Crook, Ind. Ter, McKENNEY, 0V15R & CO Camp Supply, l. T. calllo mutfc on beaver ereelc. rattle branded on both "Meg and Jiiwa. Ear m'k vpllt iIkIU and guib loft. 1 1 oimn branded on loft blp trcicaso of herd bar Irom Ifft Jaw lo point of shout Irr S! . V iv Via (Jeonre Bonl, ' Darlington, I T Also ADA. , y" -m ft Powder Fact', Darlington, J 111 1. Tor. Anything you may need, and if it i3 in the ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Furnished Tou At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not K...

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 June 1884

A i T I 11 ? ! v( y -f; tlrco. W. Mai-'i-kt, Editor Ai Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .TOUItN ) Ian: Mi:mtm Local Kdiior. Vol. 5. Ohcyormc & Avapulioo Agency, Darlington, Indian Tcv., Juno 18, 188 1- No- 18, istztmswxcrsxntwrsiun - itt i nil i iiiiinri urn iiiiiiMiniMii in n n i i mum FW3. i liv ""?" "" fi A T" ITV-fi $ '"""X 4r IT IT Bv.titi.tiMrM'j'ji'H'.ijaiuLLLJHMi'nttj;jwM'jmmtfm-q W. B. HELM, 1TTlte MHrcra ar2r Rango sn?a veil. S Hunnewell, Knns. so or Ilunne- soiiie with m loft shoulder. .Also some cultlo branded with drawing knife on both shoul ders, llo.-ne brand like this on rlL'!;t tiiiuh W. C. NEWTON, IP. Fred, f'llffrirnanm w.M,,.. t...i .. Ranch on Bltlor creek. u " ,u" ,m xcnT PostPllice, I''rc CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. H. r. C'ot.uns, In charge. Range Cheyonuo & Ar- fiCt' fiTi'l1irtt rAaatt.rtf tnri T !1 .tl,.vv 1VOU1 TUWVll, 1. J. Cnttlo branded lllco this nnywhere on right side. All calves branded sumo f -- ! UJMJ. VJ JVit taLvWhV,II JiV i Shippers wil...

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 June 1884

imroi ihe mm (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUIlNAL.) Gko. "V. Maffkt, Editor & i'ropi. Lai'ii Mijiuutt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year In Advance. Cheyenne & Arapatioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter SHEEP HUSBANDRY. X'latrorm Adopted at the Wool-Growers' Coiivcntioii at Chicago. Their Industry Must Ixj ProtectedAn Address Demanding Protection for the btaplo Issued. The attendance was approximately two hundred, tho largest delegations hoing from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Ill inois, Missouri, Now York, Wisconsin and Iowa, Representatives were pres ent, from twenty-three states. Hon. Columbus Delano, of Ohio, called the convention to order, and paid that the object of the convention was to take action toward restoring the duty of 1807 on wool. The wool-growers of tho United States, whether they be long to the National Wool-0 rowers1 Association or not, should bo aroused to a knowledge of the danger which threatened their industry. lie pre dicted that within live years the wool growers ...

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 June 1884

" I L "OJi! bid the mo good-by kindly," girl, "tor 1 Jim going TUB TIME FOR FRIENDSHIP. moaned away. "What's that for?1' asked Sickly, harshly. "J was ill after I went back to my place last night, and they sent for si doctor, and and 1 haven't felt well ever since I slipped oil' the ladder when wo were cleaning the paint." "Goon," said Sidd, beginning to divine the reason of those lits of ir ritability that had often surprised her. "The doctor says I have strained the muscles of my side, and must have a long rest, and so I am no use here and must make room for some one else." "And you've no friends in Loudon. I've heard you say so. Where' 11 you go?" "The doctor has given me a letter for a hospital. Oh, Siddy! says a kind word to lighten my troubles, for they seem more than I can bear!" The strong arms of Siddy were thrown round her, and there was si lence, till, ashamed of her own emo tion, the elder woman began making up the lire and putting on the kettle. "1 can not stay," cried ...

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 June 1884

VtAWMtCTatmayWWWUI!,!! iMMill!JWfcMMMMIlJLA t..l ...tJ ..nrfMUiill ,.U1 llWlMWiClrtltate 3'WWWWmMaKiai . .. fff TIE CHIME TRANSPORTER. (.EO, W. MA FEET, FONT" GRIFFIN, TEXAS. CALDWELL, KAS. DODGE CITY, KAS. BoslofTlco addioes, Darlington, Indian Territory. - "; York Parker mercantile yni RAPER Subscription, $1 Pnr Year, in Advance, - D ysffSStm raj II m 1(1 ' Clicyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DAEINGTOH, ind. TER, H " ) iiji inn i"in '! II !" !' "it I' " 'II ITT"" Tens Land and CO., i a K . H v &&&& JAttTSEZ CATTLE COMMUTE J Hml Blah BfljCjv H ne""'" 7 " J? 59 - -" XS. Mt" HT .7 vllWI'VEV"' 5 H HP V 2 "' 1 have lost (i blue roan horse, lour years old. branded cioss-m-clrclo on left thigh, split ears and a small bay pacing pony thrco years old, IkjUi liornos In my pS8SB8lmnd ml s.&rt ...?. . hVil Eagle Cblcr and Cimarron Rivers. H$ ' v o. iuovt.i km. Kansas nty Mo. fi,& zwm I Brands on eirVr hip, ride or bot'i, known as tha To orftnu. uiu marie, uwauow iuiu. m rig...

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 June 1884

$-dt CHEYENNE Gko. W. aiAi'FBT, Editor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JUUHNAL.) LAKIJ ili:uiari Local Jfldltor. Vol. 5. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter., Juno :1J5, 0.884 No- IS, TRANSPORTER. i 't JIKAlXilAliTKIis FOR Dnr i Tnn f-T7 I jLCllllN. CIl JLVC1JLU VJlLVj kakuh ano u i HtH wvum 31 keoi constnntly on hand a vciy large sup ply of everything needed on the ranch, trull or lu families, which will he sold us cheap us the cheap est. A cull earnestly solicited before making pur chases elsowheio. FRANK L. FRED, Indian Trader, Anadarko, I. T. JOHN DOBSON & BRO., AGRICULTURAL IMFLfiXSHT HOUSE! CALDWELL, KANSAS. Southwest corner Fifth and Delaware Sts. KANSAS CITY, MO. Cash Capital, - $000,000. Surplus, $130,000. We keep the best quality of grain, Iced, etc. and II ur ot the best brands. J. A. COVl'XGTON, Forwarding Agent V. S. Gregory, J. W. flyers, E. K. Thornton. ,1 . V. L. Slavens, Win. Holmes, J.C James, (leo. A.Fowlor, J.T.Elklns. nenry narper, L. R.Moo...

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 June 1884

&MmimiMmmwtmMimMmiuummmmwmmimMWHmmmmmmm wlTii Joel B. Gentry & Co., M.T.JOHNSON, r t - r SUPPLEMENT. THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. . . .1 . Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cheyenne and Aranalioe Agency, DARLlHHTOff, INI), TER. JUNE 13, IR84, yCnlorod uttlio i'oslofllco ut Dni'lington, as huGoihI class mailer. isa mamnaw "nmfjmiuiinwmimumAiwrmiwrTHi Strayed or Stolon. From my ranch, ono black homo mule, J -I Immls high, six youis old. branded Wf on left shoulder. Howard of 20 will bo paid 1a3 on delivery of the mule lo llio undersigned and no questions aHKed. 11. IIuuskk, 17-in Fort Reno, I. T. Headquarters .o.- C'nttleinon. A large now stock of .Stetson's cowboy hats, fjowiuoit'H loKKltm, spnrs, saddles, etc., etc., tit. T. Council's popular J IcaUquavlors for cat. tluinun. .stop with mo when at the Agency. f i A M 0 1 7 T Sotul hIx centa for postage, and re ft ill LLi (,(3,vo fro" Jl costly box of goods mt.h.1 whIch wm hclp jUIt Qf eUhor tQ more money right away than any...

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 June 1884

7 ip- "2 : rtI K'wwKwwaWM1,t1 t, . HIE CHffilE TRAKSPORTER. ' -- Subscription, $1 Per .Year, in Advance. -- Cheyenne ami Arapahoe ammt, HaRLUVCTOV. in. TE& L I ,, 1' - I 2 -w ety ig ?- '' -wf " ijwy Iinp.ovs. s.MJono.lirtii Rk this Agency on ar. oMeial vLit. Tin Inspector makes ninny friend wherever he gniN, and leave Entered attlio Postoflleeat Darlington, as second alus matter. Rov, Unary is (lorn from Cr.nlonmenl. Win. Meyer, a resident of Mobeelle, Tr t , passed through hero, taking a family c!oah io tho Washita. Some ono intimatotl that n mnrriage I-, .soon lotalco place nt tho Cheyenne sehoo'. w don't (?; believe tho assertion. I'ieldy irulchins was hero Urls week from tho Wichita Agency. Jlis mother, Mrs. Hutch. ins, who had boon vising hero a littlo longer than sho Intended, owing to the high water, rolurnod wIUi him. lid. Gilroy camo in on -uln.U'y from a trip lo the states, bringing villi him hi ph a -ant lady, Mrs. Uilroy, who remains at tho Agency, v liilo Mr. Gilroy...

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 June 1884

THE CHEYENNE 1HSF1TEH Ii tho only Papor published within a radius of a bundrod miles. MscriBtloD, $1,00 Per Tear, In AJyance. Brand Advertisements $5 Par Year, KRr-Ratoa for Display Advortisomonta mndo known on application. CURRENT TOPICS. Two new Cunarders are now being built with the object of beating till previous records in crossing the Atlantic. Rohekt Gkiffin, of London, says the world will not be large enough to hold the population in a thousand years from now. UuiJENSTEiN is so sensitive that he dare not look at his auditois while per forming, for fear he may sec sonic of them chatting. "Why live and be miserable when you can be buried for three pounds ten,'1 is the touching advertisement of an English undertaker. Vn. Talmacse thinks that the presi dential nominees will be the two most unfortunate men in the United States for the next six months. The young man who sold the photo graphs of a variety actress in tights on the streets of Sacramento, Cal., has been lined $1 by wa...

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 June 1884

d yA FARM AND GARDEN. 4 Nebraska furnished the largest pair of eattle on exhibition at the Kansus Citv fat stock show. The Fort Worth Gazelle says the in creased tax on cattle for 18S3 over that of 1882 was $37,587,235. Land that is too poor for clover will grow rye, and the rye plowed down can be followed with clover. The English shire horse dealers and importers in this country are agitating the formation of an American stuci book. It is said that 21,000,000 acres of land are held in this country by for eigners, half of it being by three cor porations in 'Texas and Florida. Fat pigs suffer greatly from the heat in summer. When yarded and access to water in which to roll in is denied, .their yard should be partially shaded by trees. Weeds are the curse of all farms. Every weed that secures a prowl h, even of but a few inches, deprives the growing plant of just that proportion of nutritive matter. It is said that the average daily al lowance of wheat for each person is three and thr...

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 June 1884

in in hi i iir,ufjt?xfag;i9rfigfe CAT,. DIJAN DEAN BliOS., I' ilero of Thorouffh-Brod and Graded Short-Horn Onttlo. A .: KAXftAS CTIY, (OWJ7:Y COVNTV, KA. A. ,1. KITd'ATUlCK, Potf Hoc addles, Dnrllnylon, Indian Torrllory.. ;C3-0 TO: frsniM&iH'nMMj. hm tmmmmim O'lHMtUHANDs : vm.'nraHj aHBrHH tr,,3 PTvr9 HI ElnnK.KiinAiiisB EAR MARKS. ( roptho rigid; Und C roi the left, or reverse. Horse brand J) on "loft shoulder. lla-iitfc Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, McKENNEY, OVER & CO Cuinp Mipnly. I. T. oattlo mngo.on Beaver crcclc. cuttle branded on both sides and Jaws. Ear m'k split right and grub left. Horses bianded on loft lilp Increase of herd bar trnni 'fit Jaw to point o alioul ler. (Icorgo I3cnl, Darlington, 1 Also ADA. m Anything you may need, and if it is in tlio 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. I ' i ' n-'i rp nO"N""N"HiTiTi (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) Powder...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

07 UW It Gko. W. Maiwkt, Edit or & Prnpr. (INDIAN AND STOCK ilOUKNvL.) Lapis jMiiiutrrr, Ijoi'hI hMitor. mW 1 ' 1"" "THRsj'11 T "1 UIxJPj 1 IhXS j Xliil.ll kJX Ull ill. lit Vol. 5. " i i r?,iP,t.'V', W. 13. HELM, .2P Iiu'inewell, Kans. ; irmgo s o or nunne- wfii. some with op Mtshouldei. Ateosomocaitio branded Willi diawinr klllfo OU both Sllulll dOIS. IIOl'HO tir.'ltKl lll'M this on rlL'ht ihhfh Cluyc3imo & Aiap;ikoG Agency, J )n,vliiiston, Tnclian. Tor., J'uly 5, 1884- " '" -""'- w.wBawwBawl IMWIia.JWIUHMMiiniJiwHiujwm. .,,.. " ' - n r . -..-.- W. t NEWTON, CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY UEttD. R. P. Collins, in charge. llango Cheyenne & Ar- apahoo reservation, I . T . emtio branded like this J anywhere on right side. All (..'u'vtt.1 branded Hitnie V&SZSQm&l&: with V on left Jaw. Postotfce address, Darlington Indian Ter. HotfO'tmKM. - ' " " ri2Tirs!MM ,-JZi?rP MmmiW3 mrm fift.&tva T ofc No. 1 9, w'iwu'iiiwu'rtiiir'i iihiiii pnw wj SOo tlio portraits of ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

VZWI mmmm mjimi ! iimnrwiniTTTnrrnnirrrTimirrrrriirTinwwir w UHV'xJiBHfHHl BBB1' n' HltMl wBifei2M .IAMKS (J. HIiAINM. TI110 MAIN-M STATESMAN Noiiiinatcil lor President on the Fourth JJallot, Amid a Perfect Hurricane of Unchained Enthusiasm. The Jilaincilcs Roll Up 55-1 Votes ami the Norn inntion is Made Uiitinimous. John A. Logan Chosen as Vice President by Acclamation. James Uillospie Blaine. If there is one man in this country who has attracted public attention, more than another, (luring the past decade, that man is the sub ject ot this slant notice. He was born at the Indian Hill farm, West ttrownsvillo, Washing ton county, Pennsylvania, January 111, is:0. J I is great-grandfather, Ephraim Blaine, was a Colonel in the Pennsylvania Line, and Com missary Ceneral during the Revolutionary "War, or at least that period from 177 to ITSIi. James (5. Blaine was educated principally in Washington County, though he lived for a time during his boyhood, iif the family, at Lan caster, Ohio,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

V ' it I He asked a few questions of Hnrrimnn and his witnesses, compelling them to commit themselves as deeply as possi ble, then stating that he had one wit ness to call, he whispered a word to the man sitting beside him which sent him instantly from the room. Perfect stillness reigned. The messenger returned, loading a child and lo! little Sally Parsons, recognized by every one as Lotty's housin who had often visited at the couse of her grandparents. Only a child at best, and very small for'her age. Sally's appearance was by no means formidable, and Harriman, with a;sncering smile, exchanged glances with his lawyer. Good old Squire Lee cleared his throat and wiped his glasses, and sev eral minutes elapsed before he was ready to proceed. He administered the oath, and Sally told her story. It was but a short one. During a visit at her grandfather's she had often seen Mrs. Harriman of whose child she was very fond. On the day referred to she had gone to see her little playmaU, and w...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

4 1 "TfcJSfle-VSWEWHTW! ." W-!- jftr,t Bt.iBf-angcy yjrfm.1 i(bi ,rimmmmmmmmmmAmmmMiiiti'Mitu wkir--tviMmmmMkrhrmM!mmrwia&tClfatvi?J THE CHEVEHHE TRftHSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. --- mmm ami Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TER, Texas Land and y Eagle Chlnf and Cimarron Ilivers, $ Mpi r Klqrrn IUi & Kanflna City Mo. t, Brnndfl on cirSer hip, nldo or both, known as the T5 brand. Old mmk, swallow foik lu right ; now add under bit In left. ADDITIONAL II HANDS. trf,.Both Bides. Murk, crop and under bit la Nbi , both. HotM brand aamo qs cattlo, on right hip. iC. 1U. TfiSON, Manner. JAW --i .. - .s u.,vv. wc--vtwtowi,J3iy v mm. xt,t Until Mimic Horse brand ?m, All Increase stock under JSSr fiS-'t7"t flT . :Hte,-o. iw. 0-e, . ? fort shouldor, side mdiiip V flf .- '-t. el m V tfci??! lyll ftil l-- lws m m t rm w iii JStfi V jm r 2W- mm . .ih. At ill " itan'ge, on Washita river, Indian Territory. ROBERT TToilMteno, lml. Ter. Son.'o ulittte branded with oross on e...

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

pl 1 Sgggf!?g?j?y vif SUPPLEMENT. M. T.JOHNSON. Toel B. Gentry & Co., fil THE CHElilE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cheyenne ami AiawtM Agency, Darlington, ind. ter. h dojilor In GENERAL MERCHANDISE I 3 i JULY .,1 '. . i ' . IfinlpriMl tiLthtj rosloincL';iLJJiuIjtKtdl, (ta sucoml i-l:i$H niiUttfr. T -- - Strayed or Stolon. From my ranch, ono black horse mule, H humts hljtb, six .veins old. branded V'H on lelt shouhlui. Jtfuwml of srJO will bo paid 13 on delivery or the uilito io tlio unrlftMlKiii'd and no questions aslttM. H. HllUMKH, 17-ain FoitHeno, I.T. ILcaclquartors for Cattlomen. A li'i'j,'!1 now Mlock of stelHon's cowboy tout, (fiivfncnS lciim, hi)ui'h, Miu Ull oh, etc., etc., Hi T. Coiuicll'h popular J loiiUquurtors for cut, llctucti. Mo)) with mo when at t.bo Ayuncy. (J HO ir rfeml six, oenls for postage, and re n I J LLi ct'ive lret' !l costly box of goods m i ,IIS"' which will help nil, ol either sex, to more inonoy rljclil away than unfllilng oI...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 5 July 1884

, TRANSPORTER 1 JjAVi: Mrtmtrrr, ftocnl Editor. J . No-39, (.JKO. V. IUaitkt, Kditor & J'ropr. (INDIAN AND SIOUK ,IOLUN'L.) Choyonno & Arnpnlioo Agency, Davliiitflou, Indian Tex., July H, 1884 Vol. 5. nrtrrawriWWBWB" PTTT?"rPlI1SJ'T7 UKAixii inru kok RANCH and OTHER SUPPLIES ! KET1! ketfn constant!; mi hand :i vry largo sup ! 'ouli Stiiilsil. ply of 'werjUilnfc needed on trio much, trail or in i v v"'' 7 families, Which will bo sold iw cheap tut tlio choup est. A call earnestly solicited before making pur chases ClMOWhcro. FRANK lu KIIKI), Indian Trader, Armdurko.il.T. JOHN DOBSON & I3KO., A&RICULTUSAL imBKEXT AIVKI CAM)KM, KANSAS. Wo kect the best quality of grain, Iced, etc. and llurol Iho best Ij rands. 4. A. COVINUTON, Forwarding Agent, CAJiDWKIJi, KANSAS. Upoiiil attention to the IUUiik of orders and Tor ward 1 1 1 the same to alljpolnts In the Territory. As my solo attention is now devoted to this "busi ness it enables 1110 to attend to the same on short notice...

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