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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1880

f c HETMNE VOL. II. DARLINGTON, I. T., AV(L 25, 18S0. NO. I. fjmiLwuFumwuK'iiJ,jtiW.'wiiJinw MIMVfl ill in iff'' ' TElNSPOkTEE. "' wmrmi I , r k i i 11 A Fr h ' W. If. Hubboll &Co's Supply Store. JUST KIWKIVBD MY $f. $. gubbell & o. A BltAXI) XliW STOCK OK DKY GOODS, Clothing, llat & Cups, Boots Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh S'nx'jcoi'' Staple Groceries. EIMTOIUALNOTEK. Wise county, Tex., last year grew f urri KiiIik- J' ciJInn ti'Mt'Hi &.IH nut! halo, (o each inhabitant. Grayson has the largest popula (ion ofnnv count v in Texas o7,o7)fl. Sherman is the eountv-seat. A (armor named Jackson, living near Savannah, (oorgia, has over 3o,000 tea plants on his farm. Ninety-six Indian children have been received at Hampton, Va., of whom sixlv-oight remain. Wellington is to have a third grist mill, the enterprise of H. "M. Hickman. The Largest and .Best Stack in the City. Call and .Examine Goods and Prices. Corno'r Main & Sixth Streets,. Opposite the IiOlnnd Hotel. &f&...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1880

;i jy W-TW IPWttSTWWBIa tJMM- .UJ timatonunMimty'W'HUWgtjWW . THE CHEYEHHE TFfiFER, J't'llMKIIKl) SBn In the Interest of Indian CM TERMS, $1.00 A YEM U p T iil Progress, JM Jh'jV WOE. wooed jrf it ari Tho Story of tin Onfoi Wo i mm In ' jm A jUfcir CfWid t him inorloim New York JIurnld'H l'nritftiQt? The Wctmoro-Arigli to engross public r&Un it j'b tho general then here, it is curiotiH to Bay glo exception that of morning all mention out of tho newspapaw. f sorts f rumors are current in cojneeh with his fact, which, for the honor oi (n pr ression, I shall avoid noticing, "prefer to set it down to tho prudent torve hich the French press is alwav own t practice on such delicate oco.i" n tin lies Ithourh creation n a sin ire, this en kept ( overcomo witht , and her eves i luivooal promises ot marriage, an l cover th tears when he began to sneak period ri nearly three. ears. Anion it ,innnnfln,i ,. 0i AfLn ,. was announced tnaune marquis niu mar r deceased ftend. Alter a lew .. tw.i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1880

wr &w 4 Mv ( i h V u f- uJ 2 ' .t V 9 ITEMS OF INTKRKST An Illinois man fduncUbis runaway wife working, in male atlirp; in a Peoria tailor shop, whero her sex was unsuspected. Of the bishops, .judges, and other offi cial personages who took part in Queen Victoria's coronation forty-two years ago, all are now dead. The work of robulding Tremont temple in Boston progresses rapidly. Part of the building will be ready for uso before the closo of this month. The second highest bridge in the coun try is about being built across Missis sippi at Minneapolis, It is to be 1,150 feet long, with two pans of 325 f All the Mexican papers are agreed that in case of war with the United States, Uncle Sain would boused up in sixty days. AVe must be caroful how Mexico is pro voked. There arp more than 10,000,000 oar wheels in use in tho United States. The average life of a whool is eight years, and it requires a little over a ton of pig iron to make four wheels. A five-ton sail-boafc,J.flurty feet...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1880

tm t ' ,jwuwr.njnrwM:rvATMKJ. W rtrwc)njiciiiMVir2iiwftr,iy'ti.vrnxvx:tmvtxr ; v i L -", Uik... ill HI P. ilTTOHKfckL v ' HVfiJUl &. .-; "J THE TRANSPORTER ri;nMHin:i si;.mi-JIontiii. . RLTNGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY - - . A. EATON, mibrk PuhliHlicr WEDNESDAY AU$1 ST '2fl, IS80. fTW tWll P ' nnirri in ji- """- ---- 1 And row Soger an I Oils Nichols - again able in work. Mr. Shafcr lain brn ick for two .vies with malarial fever. A largo Indian train from the .'ichita Agency .nul hound for :d dwell, passed thi morning. An Agricultural and Slock "Fair ill he held at jl,iiscogee, Indian territory, Sep. 29 J & 30 and Oct. k 2. This shows commendable hlcrprisc and will, as it should, " a success. Messrs. Lee ec Reynolds furnish ie first order fori brand advert iso- .ncnt. in this paper. These gentlemen ire reliable dealers and those who vish (o improve their stock should orrespond with I hem. Notwithstanding the rather prim itive simplicity of the stairway that urnishes aceesH to our ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1880

1 rmgineer Uanmgton. has hceu run- cetdeo in g'!ing a patent dm hi,- Income after i( was, under order T him.' ir-;v e;idiV ;'i!h miiiii.'i :1Ve nine imnrevuischl. The in- i i.. ! n,;i.,n llnn-m n i:m . fin- n..i i t . i - --i -!, !, a'iii-'i Li'l t jr.i Mjt lumber 1'nr the new com- veHion prinn.-c- m remove a nie.-t LOCAL XOTES. Mr. Williams, ill' th pine.-, ami Mr. Wyatt,of Ueno. returned fr.m Korl Smith on I In- l.'Jth. Twenty cows have been given to each of the schools, tliu- supplying a long foil want. The grounds about the Arapahoe Mission have been greatly improved by grading. The mail passes three times a week instead of six, as formerly, over, the Yanita Las Vega mail route Messrs. (((). K. Reynolds & Co. have greutly improved their store building by re-siding and painting. A hydraulic ram has been put in to draw water from Caddo Spring to the Cheyenne school building. Mr. Praster, the artistic briek slinger, has been at work on the new commissary for the last month. Mes...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1880

i Psj i W ! fN r a. i h "ar .V 0f I P W MAIDKN AND WISATHKllGOCK. MAIDRfl. 0, Weathercock, on tho village Bpirc, With your golden foathcrn nil on fire, Tell mo, what can you hoc from your porch Ahovo thcro, ovor the tower of, tho church? WEATHERCOCK. I can hoo tho rooffl, and tho Btrcmn below, And tho people moving to and fro; And boyond, without either roof or atrcct, Tho great nult nca and tho UBhcrman's (loot. I can hoc a ship come Bailing in Boyond tho hcadlandn and harbor of Lynn, And a Noting man standing on the deck, With fiilkcn korchiof round hiB nock. Now ho Jr prosning it to bin linn, And now ho in kinfling bin liugor tips; And now ho iB lifting and waving hia hand And blowing the kinscH toward the land. TaiAIDEN. Ah, that ifl tho flhip from ovor tho aca, That in bringing my lover back to me ! Bringing my lover, bo fond and true, Who docfl not ohango with the wind, like you. WEATHKIICOCK. f I change with all tho windn that blow, It iH only bocauBO they mado me bo; And peo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1880

A Sad Cno. From the Solinallcrald. A sad casa of destitution cume to our knowledge Thursday. It is only one of the many like cases that are seen among those who pass through Salina coming from the West. In this instance the man, with wife and three children, reached our city in absolute want, on the journey East from Ness county. Two years ago they went there with bright hop 2a for the future, owning two horses, wagon, cow, and hav ing $200 in money, lie selected a quarter-section and piepored to make himself a home. He was not disappointed by failure of crops the first year, for he ex pected nothing. The second was but a repetition of the first, in addition to which his horses died, his money was spent, and he was destitute. With manly courage he sat about to devise means to get back where he could get work. He rigged up a hand cart, placed his three small child ren unci his little belongings on it, and with his brave-heaited wife started on tneir weary march towards the rising sun...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1880

k ,rn-iZiimtl!UAtfmrufr t -V .IWdVtlMWMflMmrM' N -m. . jwxmniw wt t mrr 't nr r.n tAXlat Ti-frwM-acgglULrraiirtysrmsag &'v sx Ml, Jft H1BWSP APIS IIS JN TUB SCHOOL liOOM. Toaehers who haw tried (ho ox prrimoiil have derived wry benefi cial results from keeping :i file of the county papers, together with such others as they may ho able lo ob tain, in th school room. Pupils soon lake an eager interest in their homo news, which leads to more ex tended newspaper reading and con sequently iv accumulation of a "great fund of useful knowledge that cannot he obtained in any other way. Let every teacher test the use fulness of this suggestion. Press. This method was tried by one of the (eachevs in the Arapahoe school last June and with very satisfactory Jesuits. The local page was used and ltwfms assigned ihe same- as if the reader were in us-o. The children tok a. great interest because the items contained facts which they "knew something about, and what Ihey did not comprehend could be...

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 September 1880

VOL, II. DAHLINC JTON, I. T., HE. 10, 1 880. NO. -2. r3SUBzuEa.T?MJCsxKraus!rsu? wurjmnr.mxKmwxvxuvs VKZtixuEiva KrienutnurvTUa riB?xAWJiu:jj:tfVVxsaryrrcrtgv,Tur.v:-w).,wrji XllMBJgaggiaWTMKIIMilKMtWVtygWaHIHOTWMrCW KSXTOSWWW.'WKtfK1 vHr ivl w II 1 K ftP ' 'I lf iW 'i I i 'k rs (' i - i i. W. N. Hubbell &Co'a Supply Store. JUST KKCEfVBD HY f. cT, (Eubbell (0. A BRAND A KW r()Ct OI I? 1) Lib ft 9 awn. K ' ft KMtv11'" nHHSiWK JKJ.jxs ,XTm Clothing j Mais & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Etc. Ar.so a Fikfii Stock of StaoL Groce nes. The Largest ;uul Best Sfoek in (lu City. Call and Examine Hoods juui Prices. Convjr Main & S . . . ji. rz. . tile OlilSlC. IEWE1. V v , M :- tHMfc3 MtPcTppoSRSSH j e -- - '"fwsar .vmiffiiHut -i t vtoih . ED1T0KIAL NOTES. American residents at Rome pro pose erecting ;m Episcopal church ; to cost .io,uuu. The health of (lie entile now ar riving at Chicairo w hetler than linn heen known in several years. ' "rS8m harvesting is now all the go in. .Dakota ...

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 September 1880

& .1 k V GAUTEMALA. Fatnl ltOBultH of Fougo't Kruptlon Seven teen Families Smothered. From the New York Herald. The eruption of the volcano de Fuego on the 29th of Juno was, according to a cor respondent from tho scene, far more disas trous, than was at first reported. "For a few days previous to the breaking out of tho fire," writes our correspondent, "tho weather was unusually sultry, but thcro was not the slightest sign given by the mountain that it was going to bo sick. Tho mountain chain, of which Fuego forms one of tho pinnacles, extends froin the northwestern boundary of the republic to tho republic of Honduras. It runs parallel with the Pacific coast nearly all the way, being from ten to thirteen leaguea inland. In the vicinity of Fuego are several other large volcanoes, the principal ones bcm Amatitian, Agua, and Aacaya. Agua is called the sister of Fuego, as they are near each other and almost identical in form. Tho natives never showed any apprehension of a great erup...

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 September 1880

LI DO WE EAT TOO MUCH V A Comparative Study of the Question of Nourishment. From the London Standard. The amount of nourishment which a person needs greatly depends on his con stitution, state of health, habits and work. A Bedentary man requires less than one whose duties demand the exercise of his muscles, and a brain-worker needs more than an idler. But unquestionably the majority of us take more than we need. Indeed, food and work aro distributed most unequally. The man of leisure is also the man of means, and, accordingly, fares sumptuously every day; while the laborer toils for eight hours and finds it difficult to set enough to repair the waste oi his tissues. Yet a Chinaman or a Ben galee will toil under a tropical eun and find a few pice worth of rice or jowral suf ficient to sustain his strength. A French man will not eat half what an Englishman engaged in the same work will demand, and a Spanish laborer, content in ordina ry times with a watermelon and a bit of black bread...

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 September 1880

i b 'jrr.Trrrvr-TipwMifn-jrrwtn(TigriKMtpn-tnmr.v f I tot v Cii iB. Srrfirtn'iiAi'BH. ' ' m"' THE TRANSPORTER , tock ltem- Dodge City Times. lMMiMMiiwi hj5Mi-Mo.NTni.Y. 'jV ycw Yorkers were at the '! .ir- BAXLINQTOH, INDIAN TBRRITORY j n(,( Hfllpo (m(1 (,fty n IV. A. EATGN, Kdi(or& Publisher wanting hind locations for sheep IMlK'luH. Two bands of sheep, numbering 1,200 head, Passed through here Tuefday. Thev were iVum Pueblo County and were being driven to ranches near Wiehita. There is still a demand for stock cattle a,ud there are none on the FRIDAY, S KIT KM UK U l, 1HH, ti iifiuuujiatii i -iininrinHT-rnT - i - iwim iroUT lilfliNO ITEMS. A harch of recruits lor the two In fantry Companies arrived Sep.' (Rh. Lieutenant Ltrpsiler, lCUIi Infantry, in charue. The-buy rnv recieving thorough market. Many thousand head of instruction in drill. The Cavalry young cattle could be disposed of Companies drill every morning and the Infantry Companies in the vvening. Maj. Randall, 2'6d Inf...

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 September 1880

I I wtiyfairarw i n "I a i !' i if.' f jt lit 1) Entered the rostolllef itt Durliiiirtnn, hull- n , ,, , , , ,,. an Territory, us second eliiss ninttor. '' rj,nk 'Sl':in(,,'i Who had Ills Jirill r(u,M YiVmiiv! . broken several weeks ago by being liUtAL AUlIt.. , Ihrown (Void a horse, is now iihlo The hottest weather last week we n work. have seen the season. ! v i . , Newspaper adverlieing promotes P. W. Tieman is putting up a kiln j trade, for even in the dullest times, of brick lor the .Military at Kenu. advertisers secure by far the largest Phis part has been favored with I part of the trade. splendid ruins of late. Mr. St ill well is at present butch ering for the Agency. Charley Campbell is a success- at painting sis far as he can reach. A now cistern lias been put down at the Arapahoe, school building. A niv fence has been commenc ed around the Arapahoe gardens. Mrs. Mumphry Johnson died at her home on the Canadian on the '27th ult.r of consumption. A new corral has been built...

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 September 1880

v i 5 'A . J y; (I ; k i i 1 ; r THE CHEYEHHE TRAHSPDRTER. PUBLISHED SEMI MONTHLY, Id the Interest cl Indian Civilization and Frogress, TEEMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. SCAND.VLOUS NOBILITY. English ScuulrtlH Which Recall tho Kcator- Htiou mid urgency London Cor. New Yoik World. In such tinii's as thise it would be a great advantage to tin? "upper classes" if they could s-ho.v, o to speak a clean bill of health. Their position is at the best not a ttrong one, and they are making it weaker every tiny. The Duller di vorce case, which has recently occu pied the attention of the public is but an example of the scandals now so plentiful in "society1' that ttary cease to attract remark. In fact it seems to me that all that is needed nowadays (o start in fashionable life is to show a eel tain amiable willingness to loose your money at cards and be seen as much as possible in public with some woman who is not your wife. Comply with these con ditions, ami no questions will be asked. You will...

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 September 1880

ITEMS OF INTKRKST In fasting inatchc3 the winner should be the one who first starves to doath. Mr. Keely, the motor man, has burated a blood-vessel trying to inako tho motor go, A Boston physician says high-heeled shoes ruin the eyesight. He nioy save his eyes by turning them in another di rection. White neckties are so cheap this season that many a sad-faced man has secured a railroad ticket at half fare on the strength of his throat-gear. Life is like a pack of cards. Childhood, best cards are hearts; youth is captured by diamonds; middle age is conquered with a club; while old age is raked in by the insatiable spade. "If I have ever used any unkind words, Hannah," said Mr. Smiley reflectively, "I take them all back." "Yes, 1 suppose you want to u-:e them over again," was the not very smooth reply. A chivalrous young man in Norfolk, Va., knocked a young girl down with a brick bat and broke several of her left ribs, be cause she wouldn't marry him. He was determined to get at her h...

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 September 1880

' 4p3Qkr ') wO.WMflMilJtAtt' MBsIWOxt-1HMWi..t-, 1 - JJMrWnM;Milr JtMiiWH'J&i. I. i.l' . i i, 4 I'- r - ' . ;fke.iiaiYv la Ok:, tfiiiof In Innu 1j ho! oni ili!ii,"r,t ' ;( mii- & be t v i 1H'- I'.M. i k ,ni" ruuio' to ini,.H'. I j.i !" .'1' fi'htc'!tV! .jr , flic illu:niuaii1i of Niagum i " J 1 1 1 a- 41.' 1 w,i if jating .'ighi. 'The colld-.-nl bronze statue of Burn., for Xew York, has been cum plcled by Sir Jf ilm Steel, Sculptor to (he Queen. According to Pressor Uencl, of London,' the World, bv geological ev idence, bus reached the advanced age of (;00,000?U()0 yeiiVH. About one million baskets of. peaches arrived in New York the week ending Aug. M. Huh was rjul '!".. i.-imi', of I im Ivillin' (!' 1 . S. iijil by :. i'"j--ni in uioralil'. . :'M . ''.Mar. b.il. Willard Ayrts, lias been b.y "' "vifl ti;r mhibl'T, "? )iv b '-, cm. finned by letters.' lie was shot mI fori y-lm m.'ijn, ,-ind h.ivc ucvrion Wrdncsdav. I lib tilt, and only iiwo1 tobai ' n t:. jjj.y form, nor -ld...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 September 1880

V3PT7-r--J'rt'J-rf'4'kf ww"Wgfcr'Wr !"-. CHEYEME N VOT, TT. ' l)AlU,IN(rrON,l.T.,,SKP.25, 1880. NO. 3. TRANSPORTER ITfTrlly ,BJf rr inM'JTtiirf2agjT.rJUT.tJ'JiA.fc-i.l j,Jkv.fcwyiDiiwwmui.Aij;nuiij.-ii'wv' .-- .. . , . - .. , ... .. - - 1 , .r-rarrBMragraaeEg sj V j. W. N. Hubbell & Co's Supply Storo. JUHT J2.KCfilVBl) BY" I g. $. igubbell & (go. A UBAKD NEW .STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Clothing, Slats & Caps, Hoots K: Shoes, Etc. Also a Fhksk Stock of - Staple Groceries. Tho Largest and Best Slock In the City. Call and Examine Goods and Prices. Corner Main & Sixth Streets, Opposite tho L eland Hotel. CALDWELL, KANSAS. maamCTrtJTax'aij i an twzs Editorial Nokis. Atlemplsare being made tovcireu lale forced bank notes of the de nomination of $.r(), on the National! Broadway Bank and on the Trades man's National Bank. Commissioner LeDuo has decid ed to hore one of his artesian wells at Fort Lyon, Col., and another will probably be put down in (hat State. PIq has $20,000 to spen...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 September 1880

J' 4 ( J , 0 r i r m THE VEUA CRUZ. t Tho Story of the Wreck by ti Survivor. A New York dispatch of tho 4th says: The Tribune has from Seaman Talbotb tho following story of the wreck of the steam er City of Vera Cruz: "About thirty miles off shore," he says, "we began to ship heavy seas, and water was found in the hold. Fast as we could clear her Bbe filled again, by another aea. Everything was in a panicky state. The life-boats were cut loose, ready for action, and all hands . were supplied with life preservers. At daylight Sunday tho boats were lowered .and manned. They no sooner got their cargo than thoy were overturned and smashed to atoms against tho steamer, all hands boing swept away or their lives dashed out against the vessel's side. Boat after boat was dashed to pieces in the same manner until only a few of the passengers would venture to leave the steamer. The captain and officers lost their lives in one of the boats. Every thing was m perfect bedlam. People were Hcrcamin...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 September 1880

u.i.nnn.iwrnoyf . iHptinil ilfrtin Iffri 1 "ifff III! '" V""" '"'"rMi''mnf- i.i.i.r.......ii.... ......,,,.,. ...,.,,. .y. ? "VThat a Poor Man Can Do In Kanga. From the Burlington Patriot. Mr. A. James, of Rock creek, is a pretty good Batnple of what giit and persever ance will Jo in this county. Ho came here fourteen years ago, home steaded a quarter-section of splendid laud and has added to it unlil he now has 820 acres. Ue has respectable farm buildings, 100 acres under fence, a large, and growing hedge, and 80 aires of corn, 18 acres of wheat, 500 apple trees, 200 of them bear ing, a lob of peach, cherry and other fiuifc trees in bearing, nnd has fifty head of cat tle. Mr. James is a piudent and industri ous Illinois farmer ami considering he came here empty handed, without mean?, he has done pretty well in fourteen years. IIib corn will average fifty bushels per acre, and he is satiffiod Kansas is the best state in the union lor a poor man to gc t a starb in. This county has pl...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 September 1880

' pp -WB" KtygO'nm.w.w.t.i tiwn i,. uiiji.iiinraaninjttm n tt.'.mxwtjtf'Mi -wtox ErxwwmkiMawamgCT l14 I M h..I . 2- '.;. s B '. l I. ""T . 'v .y ,"" I i i ." 'V, THE TRANSPORTER rtlJILISIIK!) SliMI-MoNTHM". DABIilNGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY a7 EATON, Keillor & Publ Wier SATURDAY, Stil'TKM IJJCR '25, 1880. AGENT MILKS AND PARTY AT PHILADELPHIA. The Agent and parly spent the 1'lUi inst. at Philadelphia, Inking a general survey for the benefit of the Indians. The Timon and Bulletine each give lengthy accounts of the visit, but as our space is limited we can only give what wo think will most interest our readers. At the 32th street market, the visitors were very much struck with what they baw. The stalls and stands were pil ed up with provisions of all sorts, and their wonder was increased when they were told that there were five or six more like it. Mad Wolf who has been one of the discontent ed, looked around him in wonder for awhile, and remarked to the Agent, "How many, white people...

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