Cheyenne Transporter. (Darlington, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1, Friday, August 25, 1882 Page: 1 of 10
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DARLINGTON I: T. AUG. 25 1882
Tlinro lHiH)tli!ng so iy
V wliou -during Map
TJhu atookmen arc having Uio1l roumlup.
No longer In camp-
And tin. mini Houses (lamp.
Tliu jolly gow boys are bound np. V
The Mex-loan pony '" "
lie looks proud txnd tony
And soeins to fool win tor itrOvoftii '
Carea ji d . . for Ills master
AiKlmimaU the faster'
Ife Is smelling tllo grass and tjitruloftti'.
And many a boast.
J& later shipped East
YVhilo westward goes many a dolltlvf
So stockmen como-ali:
Ami-dross up in the fall'
ltofil'iiobby from the feet to t'rie oolltta:
Tq well known Kalm & Soliloss.
Where the stockmen all mpotand avft'traUing
Sy you'll purchase 1 guess
At thoilrni "K &S."
Whoso goods -wear forever without fading.
Ka:hn & Schloss
a'0 JOiKK S H JCA1 XVAA WPJS'KS
Cor. Ilo. A.VG. i& TNluIw Street!.
-w-5tc:k:o:f:ei & sonsr
Furnishing Goods and all kinds of
Indian Goods &c. Prompt attention giv-
en to mail orders from the Territory.
ARKANSAS CITY KANSAS.
jftSaJTButter Egs and Provisions on hand.
W. S. CHANDLEK
Gun & Lock Smithy
With C. F. ilulbert's hardware store
All kinds of Gun and Revolver repair-
ing done to order. .Second-hand guns
and pistols bought and sold.
SELLING A 11 MS TO INDIANS.
L FIMNK DEAN
jQ&tfa riles living at a distance can
send their Watches and Jewelry by reg-
istered letter as merchandise with pcr-
lect safety at a very small cost and can
depend on having their work done prop-
erly and promptly. Charges reasonable
and satisfaction guaranteed-at the P. O.
Book Store. Don't forget the place. XIa
i. JX A A I P- .. V.& k JW 1 X --
KANSAS CITY MO
CI0SAN1) & MOHKTCB
I-. H. BONSALL
:-J0TO GRAPH ERS
J. W. DOJJSON
Contractor h Buildwv
Jinie najiyuoinont & plaster always ioi sale.
K. PLM'tVEY WORSfEK.
DRUGS & JEWELRY
JUT! Wat oh work done promptly. Drug's and
Duuliorhos of the hot quality and Mini etabtj.
Call ami hoo for youibtdf.
s. irAKVItY UOITXttK.
33r W A. Noble's Ofrtoe.
" Ph. A. NOBJ.E.
PirYSIOIAJN- AND SVJKGEQIW
CALDW Et .1 . K AN.SA h.
Olllee at Horner' Drugstore.
Consultation oalK promptly answered in
any part of the count oiliee hours from
0 a. m to 1 p. in. A from 1. to ! p. m.
Bootv& Shoe Maker
FORT UTCNO 1.1!.
Koops-a yrxl stooT: of material ooiiMtiYntly
on hand and is fully prepared to do all kinds
of work in hjs lino. Now work audi repairing
promptly nittondo.l to. '1
barges rmsoiKiW' al iu'lvru w.i'-r.mU-l
lOHIbe'Cor. Summit St. & Central Ave.
ARKANSAS CiTY KANSAS.
DYKE CREEK HERD
(Numbering '0 head)
IVL H. PiiATT .Pvopriotor
trcrcfiU'd Rborl-jTorn & (Jiilloway
Stock for Sale & Correspondence Solicited.
From the Caldwell Commercials
The unibrltmnto sale ol'a few firc-
urms lo ponu1 Indiiuis who wore hero
a couple of weeks since seenvs to-
have created quite :i sensation. A
communication was sent from (Jol.
Jlunt tigcnt of the Wichita Agency
regarding the affair to St. John and
the governor forwarded it to Mayor
Colson together with an oxecuttve
note cautioning our merchants
against ji repetition of the o dense.
The governor also stated that unless
the sttlc of arms to Indians by our
people could ha effectually stopped
the Indian trade would undoubted-
ly bo removed to some other point.
In addition to the above we will
state-that a private letter from Agent
Miles to Mr. Covington informs us
that ai movement is already on foot
b' interested parties to secure the
removal of the 'trade from Caldwell.
Wc are convinced that the sale of
the armV in question was made with-
out anjr thought of violating the law
or doing aught that would result in
harm to any one. From .the fact
that many of the Indians in the In-
dian Territory are armed and that
too with the best improved rifles
the merchants of Caldwell had good
reason to believe tlmt there was no
law to prevent the sale of arms to
tho Kiowas or any other tribe and
so believing thc3r sold a few guns
ancl some ammunition. But they
kiftrfr better now .and we can assu-
re all parties that neither arms or
ammunition will be sold to any In-
dians coming here from the lower
Agon fries. Our merchants intend to
be law-abiding citizens and in so
far as it lies in their pnwer will
faithfully comply with all the laws
of tho count rv.
Among the praise-worthy improve-
ments made in this locality during
the past year is the expensive im-
provements made by Ben 1 Keith
at his place seven miles down tho
river. Ben has worked hard and
the result is very marked. A Jaro
new dwelling very roomy and con-
venient has been built during the
past year :ud presents a very attrac-
tive appearance. A yard lias been
fenced in and shade and fruit trees
planted. A large corn field also
fenced makes a grand shewing for
crops. Pxjrts strong hold however
outside of his herd of cattle is his
truck patch and early vegetables of
all kinds and melons by the wago.z-
load are furnished his patrons at tho
Agency and Post. Ben sold his
"marketable cattle last spring at
handsome -I inures and taken all in
all has done well. Work tells.
The Chicago Drovers' Journal says
llewins & Titus had in 220 fat 970
lb Texans recenty Which sold at
H.75. They also marketed the last
of the famous Jtnglebob' brand
210 head averaging lJSO lbs at
.$5.25. In all there were about 1200
head of these cattle and the first
shipment netted the shippers a profit
of .i'.'M per bead. The balance have
made a profit of ij;20 to $25 per head.
Messrs. IT. S: T. bought these cattle
last year at $IG per head sold them
at $li)r and this soring bought them
baekatljMO. The outfit netted the
men who wintered them about $10-
000 and on the double-deal made
by If. & T. upwards of $-10000
above all expenses. This transac-
tion beats anything we have heard
of in the way of big profits on grass
31. U. IM.ATT
PLATT & EVANS
lih'? Stock Commission jLcmtIuiIs
KASSJW CITY T?)t:'K. YAHDS
5ic 18 & 19 Ibzehansre Building-
Kansas City Mo
lScfcroneuH Kansas City Ranks.
Drap-s & Medicines.
w 1 f vcytwlnjr pcrfuininff to a
VIUNT-CLANS DKUli HTORkJ
My Juotte !s "small profits and jnl' k salon."
You will always tir.d a well selected 8tK ot fancy
toiler in tfcleu paints oIK drugs elt;urs patent
medicines otc to solect troni.
FORT IlhJNO NOTUti.
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ARKANSAS CITY. - - KANSAS
J. I). I'ASKKfiL I'jMU'it.
J.C. W'wtk Clerk.
Thl.- Hotel is located on tho corner of
Fifth Avenue and Suinnilx Sheer con
venient to K. K. depot ind tho business
Thirty four-horse wagons loaded
with sugar and driven by Indians
left this point for the lower country
not long since in one tiay. They
mitfht be called a sweet train.
H is to the direct interest of every
merchant and business man in this
city to i art allow any one to sell (ire
arms to Indians. The authorities
are powerless to stop it but they
can change things around so that
there- will be no Indians visit us.
fuw we do not want o occur.
Two or three of the boys among
vhoiu were Milt Binnett Mayor
I'oImhi John Blairjand (Vph Miller
'concluded that Caldwell should sec
a regular indian war dance so they
hired fifteen or twenty Cheycniu-
Indians on Monday night to give an
exhibition. A smooth place on
Main street ww chosen and a circle
formed when tho noble rod man
came to the center with a gnmd
whoop. The dancing and singing
was kept up. accompanied by an
Indian drum for time until about
10 o'clock. The Indians received
20 for tlieir performance and the
prime movers of the entertainment
received the thanks of our citizens.
Tin- Arkansas City Traveler says
Hheritf Shenneman arretted two In-
The jpiritant!' keeps hs well stiptmcl
The. olfieerts of'lliisl'ixst Fpuuk of having
another dance t-oon.
Sevoral soldiers have bfcn discharged'
lor disability and lel'r for the oast.
The daughter of t'apt. Taylor has been
very iok with lever but hs now convales-
cent. Mrs. Huston tho esteemed wife of I lent.
Huston Post Quartermaster fell sick on
Monday but is now belter.
The Indian interpreter Hen Clarke loffc
here for Fl. Supply on the 'Jtli on a bunii-
uoas trip returning on :he 17th.
Our new .school house wdl soon be un-
der i oof. Mr. Tieunn thinks he will
Jliiish tho brick work by Wednesday .
The Post hospital l of patients who
ii.ive fever and it seems that the lever
epidemic has broken out in guml earnest
Last week another man went to aorvo
"Uncle Sam. Hois the newest recruit in
Co. C of the 2Uth. W'c will wWt him
We hear that Capt. U. O. Uradley of
Co. J.) '20th infantry will join lus company
on the 'ilth of next month when his leave-
of abaeuco will expire.
The detachment which went out to
Oklahoma under Tom Douuoll.the cout7
returned a few days ao to take another
repose at Ft. Ueno.
Lieut. Waters Co. L) 20th Infuutiy loft
on Hie 7th inst. by stage on a two montlns
absence. He took Private Sam Crow with
him to Pt. Leavenwoith Jsas. to j..iotico
for tlie Creedmore looting.
part of tin' city tables supplied with Hits I dinnH friini Saw & Fox Agency. They
best lood that can be obtarned uommo -t..i .i i...:.... j.'ji...a..i
dious rooms and clean b.vl. ' V "HVn .tLU W " 'y" M.dor llandall is reported to Uko hi
!. i.nn.ni..ir.v n 'e meaung i a iiracu pnnnw l4mvu-0I1 the u;th of LhU month and will
. ' in lb- I ( iTilt.ri y 'Ad m !ii:iu them j o!)ably go on recruiting rvice. Thortj
"'mihl'1 y lC" here hbnitt a ve'ai ago U hnueei imui umertainiy about who will by his
'l iwrJ.v it.. u 'trnifrpiud ih'.-t l! -U l n w- : tuicuai - vmmuul.uu olthU iui.
"Tnc only lirst-elass house m the city.
pl and tho ti.iM'iw .
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Maffet, Geo. W. Cheyenne Transporter. (Darlington, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1, Friday, August 25, 1882, newspaper, August 25, 1882; Darlington, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70544/m1/1/: accessed November 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.