Cheyenne Transporter. (Darlington, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 10, 1883 Page: 4 of 10
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I?ort Griffin Texas
Dodge City Ksl
Subscription .$1.00 per Annum.
JHEYENNB k ARAPAHOE AGENCY INDIAN TBRRITORY
MAY JO J883.
The loc.il cattlemen have been ex-
ceedingly busy the past week sweep-
ing over .the ranges and bunching
up the herds. ' The roundmps in the
lower country are progressing satis-
factorily and owners are well con-
tend with the progress made.
THE BEST RECORD.
The 'Kansas' City Price Current
has blossomed out into a handsome
sixleon page four column journal
xmfler the title of ''The Kansas City
Live Block- Record -and Price Cur-
rent." The Record is filled to the
brim with range notes and also gives
considerable space to thoroughbred
live stock. Its market reports are
of course invaluable. n.
'THE-ATLANTIC & PACIFIC R. R.
The bridge across the Arkansas
river at Tulsa I. T. has been com-
pleted and the track is in process of
construction io a point six miles
from the river where extensive stock
yards are being erected. The com-
pany'has recently let a contract for
lOO new cattle cars in anticipation
of 'their cattle traffic the coming sea-
son. Prominent cattlemen of the
western portio'u of the Territory who
are well posted regarding the Texas
drive are laughing in their sleeves
at tlie action of the railroad company
In locating their shipping point
wlijoro U1Q3' have and in expecting
the cattle to drive there. The stock-
mdn .Maim it ' would ;bc a dangerous
experiment to attempt to drive
through to that point as the country
is sp heavily timbered that it would
be impossible to get a herd through
without danger of losing cattle
amorig the' timber and in case of a
stampede so liable with through
caltle it would cost thousands of
dollars to gather the herd again
evm 'were' it possible 'to find them
THE GRASS LEASES.
wiii un. as
yju mummy ine o
made the first payment on the grass
leases recently made l3r tho.Chey-
eines and "A ra pa hoes. The pay-
ment aniounting to $0500 was
made by Win. E. lUalale in behalf
of" the lessees' and was unanimously
accepted by the Indians in council
who after receipting for the same
requested that it be. placed to their
credit at the Emporia National bank
as they wished the lease money to
accumulate in a larger sum ' before
making a division among ' them-
selves. The council was tho largest
eer held by these tribes the com-
missary being crowded and jammed
by tho Indians in attendance. They
signified thomselves to be well pleas-
ed with the bargain they had made
to graze their lands and made a
formal request to tho post command-
er and. their Agent to unite in' eject-
ing all' intruders occupying or en-
croaching on tho ranges leased and
to give the lessees full possession.
It is conceded by men high in In-
dian circles that these tribes have se-
cured a valuable source of revenue
Cbiokasaw Stock Anssciatioa Brands
C2TA reward of S50 00 Is offered fov Informa-
tion lendlnK to tlie recovery of stock stolen rrom
members of this Association and capture of the
EMMET McCOY I MARTIN COLBERT
Sec. atJd Trens. I President.
Address. Ekin Springs Ind. Tkk.
P u Erin Spring. I T
Ranch 7 ins n w ol Erin
Ilorhes branded on left
thigh and shoulder.
ro cattle sold except
PO Wellington Ks
Ranch near mouth of
Little Washita Chick-
asaw nation I. T.
Right horn sawed oil
1 oil shou der. 88 on
side. 1 on log.
r?"VarIous ear m'ks.
RANCH & TRAIL SUPBLIES !
gar-Si'ECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FORWARDING..'
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR HIDES AND FURS!!
A. WITZLEIJEX Malinger Culihtell ICns.
Sonic cattle in tlie following grands :
Mon fort Johnson
Fort Roiio Ind. Tor.
Also figuro 8trian-
prlc II heart 7HC
TEC diamond link
right side Varloua
1 on right
anywhere on animal.
55 on side. 55 on hip.
EO on side. rEO liip.J
SP side. SP side or leg.
on left thigh.
Jam os Ronnie
White IJoad 111111. T
Bought beef cattle
havo bur-triangle on
loft side and triangle
on right jaw crop oft
left and fori: In right
hloclr cattiq triangle
lelt side & right juw
with ylit in oaoh ear.
W (J ivimborlin
Whito Rend Hill
Ranch Smiles north
Stock cattle coffee
pot on lott side and
cruich on oitherhip
.side or shonldor.
Crop and .slit right
crop and under hall
crop n 'eft. '
G. W. CONOvER
Anaduiko Ind Tor.
Range on Little Washi-
a. l T. lit and gener-
W on jaw. Mark
Ciopand t'nderslit each
Ear. Some OXO ilsht
side. (5 on left j.tw
M hk -Crop left ear and
swallow f ode iJglu ear.
borne branded NOV on laft side. Swal'.owiork loft
and overblt right.
LlUMWW" l iwwywaiMaMagMawaawwaayw
JOF ANDERSON CUJd
r P 0 Erin Springs f 1 " Q-qPCk
gaSMmj Ilorp brand same on 1K1ngk
Pmi k'ft ttilli with A on efflttS
EEfSSJSjiX&neck. Road brand fflBBK&KaMH
SGKHIsamp as oppn A. aBBkPflVX
mBmti'RVWKS Some cattle branded HHkZ&wBM
aaHkaliaUaaaaaUu!th dvIiiL' W nn lelt FIWPI
IWKVl side. W iRk brand fly. IMK3
If 07 ammSttm 11'cs. sin
i JMTlrrriti'i itJiMyii j The 7E and 7B in above are-connected.
tlif ! aaaaaBaaii IfaHHV PfBHW vl AJCwJ. Vi "lt I X iBBWv& iHwHHKHl!
borne came iiko this on - .galfmzg!!rj!w!al.ljr " JsiJLsta
left side or thigh " nww i't um iiiiiu ZjZSllfES.
W M B iffl .ij..wt c m flHSIBonBB
-J)IJriite(r5a0 ! &A6Kl&5Si2k
UEO. W. BEELIint
P 0 Erin dprlucs. I T.
Rango Klekapoo Flat.
iWB1ImBu lle v ii tew cuue ;
W&TdFFmm branded PC and few - -
H"BB1 eo'ts P C Also J on sJL
srrnctvTrT&IIl Range on South !&?S&$&
i ftilfflCTnmiiftiriitfiTff nnnni iln 1. river v---
-7 ' W - Pal
NEWTOK HURNEY iSgtlH -J
V 0 "AnadnrltoriT f0 .m
WW vj&SiR nKBSeftkWx Wotne b'anded rafter .1 on "
-QSJHiaBse vxmtfSES&Zm 0llu'rs ' aflei' u with crop 98. i t
. ji& jBi""35feiO In left ear and crop and gM?
x.BJr' tti unle" ha'f-crop In the &&ffl "'M
v . j- Vjff V light ear TOmNISSk&Y
jHlteMMM villains " A1j
"mih-- Ind. Tor. "- ! SS
-v ?dr6:5!iM3 fl m
P 0 Ft Reno I T. TIBSI lSfwHn A-vi
In'ciiio PA Smith tf5Jm&& SBSmBS) DANIEL HARRISON &m.l
jingio-bob. - H-al F5gBw O3S33MCS0B
Nxff Fll wSli&ll P0Erln Springs IT nKJfiW "SM
- c.TmckTnney. -" -xms mmM
JgS P 0 Erin Springs or X THOMAS GRANT & CO. Mv.
iF Ranch on Lino creek -W
IBWKlMKB) ' TSlTOJtfe '""I Lle Washita Chic. ; -.
H&fflBBBmnti any L)lftc0 on th0 tC'w ""on'both shotiUlers. BrtSBf81
WSPKa animal. IplaflliM orthluh. IttfetfMS&l
'Jy-JW RanRoaoiifMoors. Wff. Pi nBT.S!' ermJrft: siilfeW Fll
JAMES 17. BOND
Ft Reno Ind Ter
Horse 'tiul m6t cattlo
brandp.l 7S Some cat-
tle V II Few cittle
branded P C and few
1. & J.Fitzputrlelr
ftpaw Nation J. T.
22b and iJitinlclt.
left side or hip fg&lffWU on bin and S -Mope
light & -McS R'ft hide and
left tut bhuit uMH h i p. Crop
2JSJB cither side or both aides and hips
fjflMKl t'ndor slopo and over bit in right ;
MMlWPi left eit sliort lloi'se brand TF -4
jcWJPSat. onnected on left shoulder.
NV. V. ALEXNDER.
P O Eiln Spring-; I T
Rnngo Washita rher.
Some WAon left Mcle
Smneear maiKs us given f
on this nnlmul. I
by these leases which pvovide them
with a yearly income oY oVer sixty
ri A wi . SC vVKAr
J AS. S. MORRISON
P U Ft . Reno I T
Ranrre on North Fork
Left hoi n cut off.
Branded long 0 on' loft
Horse brand same.
W H. PONRLAND.
P 0 Erin Springs I T
Some branded Ulc-o tlils-
A. B. ROFF
PO MlilCteek IT
Ranch Caddo crok.
SomeROF lelt thigh.-
Some xj on ihtuh
R D. ALEXANDER.
Ei In Spilngs I T
On pt her side.
-S on jaw. Q side
tj nip 'i n "P"
&AVa'1 rher brands and
- Mr nnrks.
Ft. Reno I. T.
C R CXaPBELL
PO Fort Reno-IT.
Range South' CunRdftm
uorse sumo on left thfc-
z.b nil vekttt i ij i t bi xi a a- r - ! .bbi ai w .(!. ftan m i i n i I't'i 11 iir - .-. mt a an
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Maffet, Geo. W. Cheyenne Transporter. (Darlington, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 16, Ed. 1, Thursday, May 10, 1883, newspaper, May 10, 1883; Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc70559/m1/4/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.