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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 February 1881

; ..! i t U1U Lit tWmKa''1!- WlrttaiNfivi MMWMMMMMIMmMlC Entered tho Pootofllco a.t Darlington, Indi'. an Territory, as second claa nnittor. MAIL TIME TAHLE. Ctilclwcll it Ft. Sill Line. AUUIVR. From South 10 it. m. Sundays Kxccplud. arrivk. JTroin North 11 u. in. Mondays Kxuuptc-d. Stagof, munc time, jjolntf S. Tneaduya. ThurddayH&.Satunlnyrt; going N. Mondays, Wedneaduya & Kriduye. Vitnitn, & Lux Vugaa Lino. Arrive golngen.st,.rp.ni , Sundays, Wcdnos. day.s & Fridays : going wfdt, 7 a. m., Mondays, Tburadaya & Saturdays. Local Items. The laundress nt the Chevenne school quit work a short time since, on account of poor health. LOST Gold ring, white cameo sotting. Liberal reward for return. Lieut. D. N. McDonald, Fort Reno, T. T. Company G, '1th Cavalry, Lieut. Wood, came in from Oklahoma last Wednesday, having been relieved by Lieut. Pendleton. A Mr. Cromwell, of Sidney, Iowa, arrived at Reno Tuesday. He has bought the milk ranch and will be ready for businessby...

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 February 1881

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, FU11L18IIKI) BKMI MONTHLY, , II til Merest of Indian civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. IRELAND. the Some Naked Facts Regarding Island. Itav. .Tohn llnll.'D, I).. In Nw York LwIklt. Many eyes ure now turned to Ireland, and one hears most contradictory state ments regarding the island. It ought to bo possible to state some naked facts without twisting or coloring them, the knowledge of which may aid persons in forming their judgement on pend ing questions. Wo content ourselves with the humble task of saying what is, and do not enter upon the disputed 'whys" and "wherefores.' Ireland has 31,874 square miles, and a population of 109 inhabitants to the square mile. England and Wales have 389 inhabitants to the square mile, and are more densely populated than any other country in Europe, always except ing Belgium. Measured as the farm er measures, Ireland has 20,322,641 acres. The Union of Ireland with England, by the two Parliaments beco...

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 February 1881

a ,! 1 I HE NEW CENSUS. It Shows a Population In Excess of 50,000,000 for 1880. The exact number is 50,152,559. The following is the total in each stnto and territory, compared with the return for 1370 and 1800: 1,2(,.1II Alnluiir.ii iVMUiKIl Arl.una 10, t f 1 Arkansas MW,fiGI California 8G!,0SG Colorado l!ll,(ill) Comioctluut ffityfljci 7akou 18J.MRJ Delaware 14(1,051 UNMet of Columbia.... 177,(1:10 I'lorldii 2fi.5Gi5 ivirKn l,rUH,i)R;l Idnho :,Cil Illinois s,()TH,(;:k; 1 iidl.uia 1 ,ii78,.W lown 1,(51,1611 Krtiiww SI'J'i.IW.'i Kentucky 1,6 is,.v.w J.oulslana iMOA'M Jhiltie G-IHJll Miiryluml O.Ti.lli'l MuuchtNctts l,78il,(iifi Michigan 1 ,68 l.wi. iflnnenota 750,807 MMsMppl 1 ,101 ,89'f .MKMjurl 2,109,091 99G,9'J'i 9GI.W1 ! Montana .Jobraskn Nt'MllllI !s'cu-Hamphlro .NoV',JurHoy New-Mexico Now-Yoik North-Cnrollnu Ohio iregim Pennsylvania.. Jlhodc-lsland... SoittlK'arolltm, 'i'cmirfetcc 1.6112.16:1 Tivviw. 1 ,f97,fi(W (Mali li:i.SJ07 Vermont :m,w virpniu i ,ria,ji w Washington 75,13...

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 February 1881

MMMlWIUilMtflMMMlM -nrr-, ,-,..,Tl.,f-m-nnif THE CARLISLE BOYS. Tho delegation of sixteen Indian boys mentioned in a recent issue as having started to Carlisle, arrived there on the 3d inst. We subjoin a letter from F'ieldie Hutchins, who accompanied them from Kansas City : Lawrence, Kan., Feb. 9, 1881. Jno. D. Miles, U. S. I. A. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Ag'cy, I. T. Dear Uncle, Enclosed please find statement of traveling expenses for sixteen Indi an boys from Kansas City to Car lisle, Pa. After leaving you at Kan sas City on the 1st, wo reached Car lisle all right on the evening of the 3d at half past seven. The boys were glad to get there, as they were tired. Capt. Pratt was at Baltimore when we arrived but came home next day. He sent his regards to you. He says he does not want any more hoys, and says he is about half mad because you did not send girls this time; but he knows how hard It is to get their parents to let them come. I stopped at Capt. Pratt's and think they are splend...

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 March 1881

CHEYEME TRANSPORTER. ) I VOL. 2. 1 )A i LINGTOiN; . T, Jt A H rrTfO, "1KM." KO. 14. Mt.nM :im . scifMiMXtfjiMKViiivw,WA-aoMiBM'tir.ri.Kvtiatt W. N. Hubbcll's Sipply Store. JUST RECEIVED W. N. HUBBELL, A BRAND NEW STOCK OF DKY GOODS, Clothing, Hats & Cups, Boots -& Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh Stock of Staple Groceries. The Largest and Best Stock in . the City. Call and Examine Goods and Prices. ' Corner Main & Sixth Streets, Opposite the Loland Hotel. CALDWELL, KANSAS. ADVERTISE! g ' 5 fracsad - n - i 2 - , r ESEB3E524 ? 3" I' Kj - . v w O . J2 p. c L "7) s c r "j r. J3 -3 "" , re' C- S' lEK3?4 -! C 5 C ' I j S 2 o w c- -. c L9 , 3 5- r -p i " ts L-, F.B.YORK&CO CALDWELL, KAS. General Outfitters Headquarters for Ranch Cattle Men GOODS IN QUANTITIES SOLD AT Wholesale Prices Orders Solicited. THE FUNDING BILL. Senator IMu'nih, of Kansas, is cred ited with having made the following pithy remarks in reference to Ww panic in Wall street: "I am a national hank predden1, so I c...

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 March 1881

ROCK ME TO SLEEP. 11V AU!8. AKKl'iS. Hiickwunl, turn bnrkwnrd, O Time in your IliKhl, Make nic a child sixain, just for to-night! Mother, come back from Unit eoholess shore, Take iii again to your heart as of yore Kiss from my forehead the furrows of care, .Smooth 1 lie lew silver threads out of my hair; -Over mj slumbers your loving waleh keep Rock me to l'i'i, mother rock me to sleep 1 Backward, ily backward, 0 tide of the years ! U am so weary of toil and of tears 'Toil without recompense, tears all in vain Take them and give me my childhood again ! f. have grown weary with dust and decay, Weary of Hinging my soul-wealth away "Weary of sowing for others to reap lloek me to sleep, mother rock me to sleep ! Tired of the hollow, the base the untrue: Mother, 0 mother, my heart calls for you! Many a summer the grass has grown green. Hlossomrd and faded our faces between. Yet with strong yearning and possionate pain, Long I to-night for your presence again ; Come from the silence so lo...

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 March 1881

J "1& The Effects of Mental Exhaustion. Many rif sense, especially those of the nervous system, are the products of daily Ague Conqueror Will Cure. There is no disease or affliction more easilj cured than the ordinary Fever and ifiii-nru i ii-iii.ii i-.iiuuMiiiu. nusinessavo-1 Aue of this eountrv, and vet it is one of rations often involve an amount of mental j the most dreaded. In fact, in some persons, wear and tear very prejudicial to physical - Fever and Aue, Jntermittim;, KeinittiiiL' health, ami the professions if arduously ' and kindred Fevers, if .kilu,( brin,r on pursued, are no less destructive to bruin I other diseases, which eventually prove iinu nri ummii. 1 II IS OIK' OI I IK1 niOSl mi- VIM'V i nnn I in miri. miw cnninilmnn ..v.,11 lortant Jittributes of Hosteller's Moniaeh i in death. TheAirue. ronmim-nr. nithmifrh otters tliat it compensates for this untliu i n vmmtaldn nriMinmiinn imiiininiiur loss of tissue, and that it imparls new en- poison, has never failed ...

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 March 1881

THE TRANSPORTER FL'DLIfillElJ SEMI-MOSTHLV. D ARLINGTON, INDIAN 1 EHIUTOR"? Subscription, $1. per ycnr in advanoc. ! .., ! II !! - .11 - , Vf. A. EATOX, Editor & Publisher TIIUUMUY, M Midi 1 , 1P81. Clippings. The Santa Fe railroad company hay ordered seventy-five locomo tives for their road. Mr. J. M. Dickey, who was bro't to this city about ten days ago with both feet badly frozen, was taken to Larned last evening, where he will be cared for bv the Odd Fellows. Dodge City Globe. Charley Collins returned from the Cimarron country last Tucsd sy eve ning. Says that in three days care ful riding, he found but four dead cattle. He reports the grass grow ing green in the canyons, so much so, that horses are living on it in a great measure. Cresset. Mr. IT. M, Ingraham, who is holding cattle on Cedar creek, returned from a trip to Marion county, last Sunday. Mr. In graham reported the storm in that section as terribly severe, and a large amount of snow still on the ground. Mo was ur;...

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 March 1881

Entered the Postoflico At Darlington, Imli au Territory, ai luconri clato mutter. MAIL TIMETABLE. CaWwell A Ft. Sill Lino. AiutfVt:. From South 10 a. in SumliiyH Kxccptori AKIlfVK. From North 11 n. m. Mondays Excepted. Stngen, stuno time, goliif? S. ruesduya Thurd U.vh ASntur luys; going N Momluyfl, WedneHdny A Fridays. Vunltit A Laa Vegas Line. Arrive going east,. "i p. m , SundayH, Wednes. days A KrlilavH: going Yat, 7 a.m., Monday, Tburdayd & daturdays. v Local Items. Mrs. V. J. H.idlcv started for h home in Indiana on the 2nd. Sunrise, one of the Arapahoe In dian police, died on the 27th ult. We are doing some job work al the time, and, so far as we can find out, giving satisfaction. Mrs. Hall, form -rly seamstress a the Cheyjnne school, left for her homo in Caldwell on the 2nd. Mr. Campbell, Agency Clerk, left this morning for the Wichita Agen cy. Ho will probably be gone air uf a week. Mrs. Frank S i-r arrival at tie Annov on the 1st in-t. and left on the oil to join h.-r ...

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 March 1881

IHE CHEYENNE TRAHSPORTER. rUJlMSIIM) SUM I MONTHLY, in tlie Interest ol Indian Civilization and Progress. TERMS, 31.00 A YEAR. IN ADVANOB. 1 ' tl W"t ALL SORTS. A light affair a lamp. A striking tale the wlmlo's. Life's bitterest lesson biting a per simmon. A night 'hawk' selling goods iji the streets after dark. Never use a gold snuff box. (iold is not to be sneezed at. There are about 400 steamers plying between America and England. There is a "tied" in the affairs of men that leads on to a baby carriage. Encouragement to crime- when a wife asks her husband to "hook" her dress. Extremes meet. The man with corns on his feet will quite likely show a wry face. A sensitive actor, who could not live in the room with a hissing tea kettle, was lately killed by a burst of applause. Libby prison went to the auction block in Richmond, under a deed of trust, a tobacconist making the best bid, $0,725. Kemember this fact: Disease lurks in every unventilated room, and espec ially in bedrooms. F...

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 March 1881

SCIENTIFIC. The highest iiercentngp of alcohol in tho beers of northeastern Prussia is will to bo 4.480. In some recent experiments at Paris Ihe fumes of burning coffee were shown to have a disinfecting power quite re markable?. Pellagra has been attributed to the dietetic use of maize, but M. Vim shows that if the grain be sound it produces no such result. Dr. A. Schmitz believes that the non fermentnble part of grape sugar intro duced into wines contains a poison like that in potato oil. To detect alcohol in ethereal oils, A. Drechler employs as a reagent a solu tion of 1 pjirt potassium bichromate in 10 pints nitric acid or sp. gr. 1.30. Al cohol, if present, is at once betrayed by the pungent odor of ethyl nitrite. Applications for space by those in tending to send objects for exhibition to the international exhibition of elec tricity, to beheld in Pam next autumn, will be received until March :l. There will be no charge for space, but those who will require steam power must pay...

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 March 1881

w iinivtnxii ji.juji.L;jji.Kjnmwwwpwppi ? Local J I cms. Stock mon will find it their inter est to advertise their brands in the Transporter, as its circulation is is largely among cattle ir.cn. Mr. R. L. Packard, special upon I of census bureau and who has been ot work here for some time, left on the 1st, for the Wichita Agency. The work, which is but fairly lx gun, will be finished by the Agent. For the last three issues we have been under the necessity of sending a few of our subscribers a four pa:e paper. We have secured a larp 1 supply of paper and hereafter will be able to supply all our subscribers with the full sized sheet. Mr. F. W. Tieman, with three as sistants, went out to b. !.. ' i,in on the 3d inst., to burn Urn. ;ci t! . Mennonitc building to be erected the coming summer. This building will be occupied by Rev I'.'ury, and will contain a school room, hi Indian children. Terhaps the most interesting event of the season was the ride Mr.-. White and Miss Lanmioi.d bad u ...

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 March 1881

CHEYMIE TRAWORim OL. 2. UAKiJiMi'lDN , i , I .. il (' ) i. v5. I nv 1 NO. i"."). wvAwnamwwuimjMimiBn TifwawtvyjmnMCiiir lin w i L W. N. Hubbell's Supply yvoro. JUST JLIECE1V 1JD i ' W. N. HUBBELL,, A BRAND SEW STOCK OP DRY GOODS, Clothing. flats & Caps, Cools & Shoes, Etc. Also a Fkesii Stock of Staple Groceries. The "Largest and Best Stock in Che City. Call and Examine Goods and Prices. Comer BLain & Sixth Streets, Opposite the ZiOland Hotel. CALDWELL KANSAS. ADVERTISE I o 1 CD cr -: en -i a P 3 O 3 O t o p a: m o p cr - o 3 knTTWFMM O 2. o re o en o re X a In c " KGEE3E3DI j Q -$ 3 w re p () o f r-t-O 3 O P o r-! O O i o -3 O CO pi 1 i 3 x t-i. 1 w c o re o r O r: c " .s?2ttX ;; 'Mfrflw j; o Lr-J J O 2- c ?0 F.B.YORK&CO CALDWELL, KAS. General Outfitters MeADQUAHTEKS FOR' Ranch! Cattle Men GOODS IN QUANTITIES SOLD AT Wholesale Prices Orders Solicited. Yo!M k Dkaimci:, Dodjje City, Ks. F. IJ. VoitK&Cn. Ft. GHlin, Tex. .t $ mrvMururiwi imumtiwna Richmond House, Fo...

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 March 1881

S r THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, FUHIjIRHKD 8BMI MONTHLY, in the Interest of Indian Ciyllizatlon and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, HI ADVANCE. FARM NOTES. Asparagus thrives host on a deep sandy loam. Glucose works in Des Moines turn out thirty tons of glucose a day. Never let i cow go into winter quarters in a poor, thin condition. The Maine Beet Sugar company has decided to remove its machinery from Portland. Over in England whon anybody has a complaint which puzzles the doctors they lay it to American beef. Examine garden seeds, and remove all the bad or imperfect. Pack: the good and label it for future use. Kemember that your fowls need gravel just as much as they need food, and keep a supply constantly by them. Care for apples by looking over them, and removing all which show signs of decay. Keep the sound ones in a cool, dry place. It is estimated that enough property and machinery go to waste with many farmers every year to pay all the taxes on the farm. Spent tan bark has been ...

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 March 1881

ing, but he beamed so at the idea, that Victor had half a mind to accept Char ly's invitation, and go in just to spite Bondron. He did not however. Ho went in stead to see Miss Laura Chanute, and balm his wounded vanity in the light of her ilattering smiles, which had al ready began to pall upon him. The selfish fellow actually regretted Charly. Such enchantment distance lends. Thad. and Charly had a very pleasant evening. To be sure Aunt Rhoda shared it, and she and Mr. Thad. did most of the talking. Hut Charly sat on a low stool before the fire, just where Thad. could look at her bright young face whithout turning his head, and lie watched in vain for the creeping over it of any shadowy memories of Victor Disbrowe. As time went on, and just so quietly and unostentatiously Mr. Thad. re tained his unwonted role of cavalier to the prettiest girl in Ilazlewood, Miss Rhoda grew first restive on the market question, not thinking Mr. Thad. could mean anything serious, then wondering, and...

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 March 1881

u MHMMlMMNM01iNariUMhMMMrtri orwnvtivrirvr trrMvMLim4m9tmmmiA(KMmMmrasimmtei0 f THE TRANSPORTER runutiifKi) Semi-Month r.r. iAmiiIlfQTpN, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. por yoar in advance. WfA. EATOi7Elitor & Pillilishor FUIUAY, M AUCI I '25, 1881. STOCKMEN IN CONVENTION. Wo condense from the Caldwell papers the account of the Stock men's Convention held at that plat-ion (he 10 and 17. As the round-up-do not bejjin until the first of May. wo deem it best to publish the de tail in regard to thorn in a future is sue. The range is divided into si. districts each under a captain. Pro vision was made for the appoint ment of three inspectors, to he sta tioned at Caldwell, llunnewell and Harper. J. W. Cba.tain was select ed to hi' out a trail from lied Kiver to some point on Salt Fork, within the quarantine limits fixed by the Convention. The stockmen consid er the Cherokee tax too high but ad vise its payment and acknowledge the right of the Cherokees to collect it. The range is ...

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 March 1881

i Mm maMJUUWiKLinrrrMvaiir.i-fHMui.'fm1i iii. . V - ' ' ' I ri ! TfHlWfTXfXtVJVt!VrMLVgFmy''m KmillUlWUHMMMMMM " " r :u TerrUoiy, ns aoucmtl oIiihh mutter. Alls. J. II. hegei, Who Had I icon stopping :it tin? Wwduta ni.'iil sin MAIL TIMETABLE. Culdwcll & Ft. Sill Lino. arkivis. From North 11 n. m. Momluyd Excepted. aicuivi:. From South 10 a. m juiitlnyy Exeeptud Vi Stugoi, umo time, oin S. I'liis-iiiys Thursdays &Siitur. lay; ixoUxg N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Frldayn. Villi ltd . I.lll Vinr.iq f In.-. Arrivo KolnKmst.o p. in , Sundays, Wedne.O ilayn & Fridays : jjoinic went, 7 a. m., Mondays, Thursdays A Saturdays. Local Kerns. A little child of Potor Shields died on the night of the 18th insh Charley Reynolds is absent on :i visit to friends in the States. Do something to enliven the ''Seri ous Family" April 1st. Mr. liadley put in a field of com last week and also has a good gar den planted. Rev. Beard was sick last week, but we are happy to notice is able to be Abou...

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 March 1881

' !i AN ADIEU. soul' you were singing, thrilled the music through; riSing mo the son whnn love, ihi And to mo tlio words kept bringing iv nmuiciu iiiiiaii; "l yuu. In a withered rose, though tlio oyesaro wot, And a hope that is lost, thoro is sweotnoss yet. Give mo the hnncl you gave mo, When you said 1 should call you wife, Jn tho hour of despair to save mo, Ami the deatli that is mine in life. JLn a withered rose, though the eyes are wot, And a hope that is lost, there is sweotnoss yet. KIsh me once as you used to Kiss me, When I thought they were all my own; i shall go, and you will not miss mo, While J shall be nil alone. in a withered rose, though the eyes arc wet. And a hope that is lost, there is sweotnoss yot. Only pray that love loft behind you, And the vows you have held so light, Have never a voice to remind you Of a heart that is broken to-night. In a withered rose, though tho eyes are wot, And a hope that is lost, there is sweetness yot. POOR CHARLY. JUy Caroline Conrad...

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 March 1881

Protect Your Health. Cold and moisture combined have a lor porising effect upon the bodily organs, and the digestive and secretive processes are apt to be more tardily performed in win ter than in the fall. The. same is true, also, of the excretory functions. The bowels are often sluggish, and the pores of the skin throw off but little waste matter at this season. The system, therefore, re quires opening up a little, and also purify ing and regulating, and the safest, surest and most thorougl tonic and alterative that can be usod for these purposes is Jlos tetler's Stomach Hitters. Persons who wish to escape the rheumatic twinges, the dyspeptic agonies, the painful disturban ces of the bowels, the bilious attacks, and the nervous visitations, so common at this tunc of the year, will do well to reinforce their systems with this renowned vegeta ble stomachic and invigorant. It improves the appetite, strengthens the stomach, cheers the spirits, and renovates the whole physique. ' A com...

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 March 1881

1 if I) rrrrrrsrrsccTTnracscsKrrtw'.a AN INDIAN INCIDENT. A gentleman in government em- loy in charge of some Indians in )akota, told me recently a bit of ex perience that shows that some Indi ans are more appreciative of bless ings than some white people. lie was sent to carry some things loth Yellow Bank Indians. They I'm! been furnished with farms, utensiK and all other help txpedtwrl' from government, and were1 expected to take care of thcniserWA. hut it had fceen hard times wrtRr tsrVm so gov ernment sent thfe maw to help them. At first the Lnolwiuift- refused to put their hrcndfe oru a; tEdng he brought. He learned? tncvtl for davs thev had hcew prixjmip. for help, and now thai Dfc had come,, tifoey wanted to call a grayer mcetfibg and thank Gtod for tlw blessH-i, after which thev triad by aicceptfad. Word Carmni;. Aft' INDIAN TRAIOmON: t Among one of the- south-western tfribus of Indians there is a tradition MlaA long ago tfianc were in the world only three men, who were all ...

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