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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 July 1885

97 rL..,in..riff..,aiv?i IDE CHEYENNE TRAHSPDRTER, Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. tfbeyenne and Arapahoe Agency. DARLINGTON, IND, TEh JULY 30, 1885. Entered attlio Postofllco at Darlington, as second class matter. B ttnuiuimiiwijiimimniiiml.'.rrrxf,i,u'u'ii,n)r IjyiPOBTASTT CPXANGJES. Col. D. i. Dyor Reaig-nn Capfc. Sit. Iioo Takes Charge. 3M6C Sinco'tho last issue of tUis paper, matters of national importance havo transpired with this Agency as a couter , which are now undor discussion by tho press from the Atlantic to -the P-uoiilc. . Wo havo but tho spaco for a brief note of what transpired : Gen. Sheridan arrived and made a hasty survey of tho situa. tion. Tho Washington press dispatches stato that he then notified tho President that tho cattlcmon wore at tho bottom of tho Indian trouble here, that thero could bo no perifia .nont settlement of tho diillculty until the cat tlcmon were cxpollcfl from -tho reservation ..and recommended tlmt they be notifiod to leave the res...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 July 1885

! THE CHEYEHN.E TRUSTORTER. (INDIAN AND SOCK JOUUXAL.) Gno. W. Maffiit, Editor & 1'ropr. Lape Mukkitt, Locul Editor. Rubecrlption, $1 per Tcnr In Advntice. Qevenne & A'ajiaiioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. The emperor and empress of Rus sia arc to visit tlio king and queen of iDonmark at Copenhagen, and it is 'possible that they may go to England boforo returning homo. Atty. Gbn. Gauland entertains callers at his department in busy timos by tolling chestnuts. Tho callers usually leavo after tho first yarn, which is what Mr. Garland wants. Mns. Gladstone has not resigned, at all events, but announces that her receptions, toas, and dinners will con tinue all tho same," and her hospi tality will bo dispensed in tho old lib eral way. 1 Sunset Cox has purchased a now house at Washington, situated but a few doors from his former residence, which ho recently sold. Tho new house will bo rontod during Mr Cox's absenco from tho country. Loud Randolph Churchill, who has achieved not...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 July 1885

n 4 A!HifHBHHHK7 XMHBBHHHHHByBHBHK , togothor, and givo ono tcaspoonful to each lamb, early in tho morning. For a calf, ono tablospoonful should bo Ivou, an hour boforo feeding in tho 'jioriiing; aud ono drop may bo givon o a small chicken. Tho remedy hould bo repeated for a week or ton days, as it is necessary that a sulliciont quantity of tho turpontino should bo given to securo its oscapo through tho lung of tho animal by exhalation. Hints About Winter Visa. Tl his i pig. th.it tho best can bo brought in'o a lino, mellow -condition, with moiSturo enough to germinate tho seed, will produce mil lot or Hungarian grass. On dry up land it is not always easy, during dry, hot weathor, to secure the dnsircd tilth. It requires a free uso of the harrow and roller, first one aud then tho other, to reduce tho hard clods. A good roller is especially needed. You can not roll dry land too much. On moist, mucky, or alluvial soil, it is an easy matter at this season to put in a crop of millet or ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 July 1885

N MMMiblBttaMk lBycJlfMfCTjW,ftaCW11B& tf- ii fcn i i i a jHR9HjflflllHBf mBf S HBfifln'VKr hi T. CONNELIi, itango cotlonwootl oroek, Indlun Territory. Till Jilncoln In charge. L.E mM- Jfmm A.E jM mtt ?'il "v ivarf A , fc:t fr yy iFORl jS V '"' ''' lHn &4W T1T.L UNVOLN. Anything you may need, and if it is in tho 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. HAlRD, - Postolll '0 tuMiesi, Darlington, Indt m Territory I; HJ L J v1! Kf N N BzAeWSBkH T 5 (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) issezzzsia OTIIKIt IJUAND-i : MB SB K SP SS' ' a i HOlt&K 1JKANDS M ' I.SOZZZS3 vssasszssmrmtvzisaissrrsssaxaaxii' AND DEALER IN 9fc. . 7 f i TrtjpTiiriiiT.I TiM S&a &g&: ''LJXs&ftL, CHEYENNE A, ARAPAHOE OATTLE CO. (LIMITED) rostolllco address : E. Fem.on, ajnnaper. Cantonment, Indian Torry. If t KW J . v-. M M?rV722i,.V n n & I MM I in 14 ' tiiflt i 11 & tla II W hi...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

If CHETEME TT A "V, 1 h AjN Geo. W. MAFFHT, Fropiiclor. (ESTABLISHED, ii) I. a it. MiMRtrr, Local Editor. III, lit . I,,!.,, . '- Vol. 6 Darlington; Indian Territory : August 16, 1886. No. 21 EjaawteBorBBiagiOT nmvsassmssaxv' wwuiMUjjm.jitgtiumiiijim.HJtt'ii uumi K.k-l. Ul'WUgUU 15. JL.1t i SrO"RTTrR t-s -. Official Notice! in obedience to Instructions from tho Commis sioner of Indian Affairs ami In pursuance o tho proclamation of tho President o July 28. 1885, "all unauthorized persons" now at this -Agency, In tho vicinity thereof, or on tho reservation, aro warned to "depart and entlroly remove therefrom with their cattle, horsos and other property" on or boforo tho SKCOND DAY OF SEITEMBKK, 1885. For tho Information of those concerned, tho following classes como under the head of authoriz ed porsons : Kikst All omployees whose names are home on tho ofllco rolls. Second Licensed traders and their employees approved by tho Commissioner. TmitD Other persons having speolal permission ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

SANDWICH ISLANDS TREATY. Tlirco Millions out of tno llcvcnno Annually for tho Itoncflt of Ono Firm. Tho trial of young Spreeklos re sulted in his acquittal of an attempt to assassinato Do Young, tbo proof showing that ho only followed Do Young into his oflioo and shot him through tho arm. Tho motivo which prompted tho young man to uo tno act, writes a San Francisco correspondent to The Cincinnati Enqnircr,wii3 proved to have grown out of tho publication by Do Young of certain facts relating to tho business practices of tho Sprcck los family. Had tho publications boon false tho'libol laws of tho stato would liavo allbrdcd a satisfactory remedy, but tho editor had confinod "himself to facts, and no other romody oxcopt shooting at sight, without previous notice, soomed sullicicnt to meet tho demands of tho caso. But, while tho young man was acquitted of this at tempt at assassination, his business and that I his family was proved guilty of livi ig out of annual tax of moro than $3,U00,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

J&1 BULLFKOGS VS. OANARIES. Come Reasons Why the Former Aro Prefer able aa I'cte. I do not think tho bullfrog will oyer usurp the ominenco at prosent occu pied by the canary in tho esteem of feeble minded old maids, but for forco of character and a steady devotion to tho business of acquiring a living he can not bo equaled by that popular nuisance. To my mind tho canary is the s;mple embodiment of iiddlededee, and his recommendations as a pet aro vastly inferior to those of tho foathor less but contemplative batrachian. A canary co'ts a great deal to keep: One Queen Anne cottage cage of wire. . . .$ 2 00 Hook and wire jumper to hung same 25 Chiua bathtub 10 One and a half pounds seed per month.. . 80 Cuttle bone to whet bill on 15 Sandpaper carpet, changed dally, per month 30 Hero is a capital of $4.85 sunk, in cluding the price of a bird, unless some friend in a burst of malignant gener osity gives it to you, in which case you will find it is a iemalo and won't fling, or else h...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

A 1 fnwf p I I" ' ' THE CHEYEHNE TRANSPORTER, - Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -- oeyenne aM Arapaiioe Agency, darlington, ind. teel Tens Land and . CAHB COHPiWv ,'''"i '"W Eagle Chief and Cimarron Rivers. r 0. Kiowa Km. & Kansas City Mo. diH -?EB53iia SZ5C Stands on oirer hip. side or hot), known as tho T5 brand. Old mark, uiall,ow folk la right ; now add under bit In left. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. XDoth ciaD. M&rk, crop cad undtr bit U both. More brand, samo aa cattle, on rlsht hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, Gon'l manager, Choyonne. Wyoming. It. M. Allen, Assist Manager. Mobeotle, Texas. vRHV9V'l 09Hb1 May have ollhor brand or both, and on an p..rt f unlnml O en loft Juw Horse brand JD (connected) bar on loit hip. Range In com pany's pasture, on North Canadian river. wraflg tf-pf EtLy li TWifl GEORGE REYNOLDS. (colored) Ilorso G R lert shoulder. Ranch on nitter.creelc. rostolllce Sliver City. Indian Tery A. WJTZLEBKN. B. V'. KEY. WITZLEBEN &a...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

di jW iMlsC'VTlNF, CATTLF. CO. W 11 Lnckrldgo, foreman Cantonment, Indian U'p - . OTIIKlt MMNDS : J 1 FOR SALE! 7 ,7. H. SEGKR, Darlington, I T 10 loft sldo and 01 on glit Bide; LO 110 Hon r.T right sldo nnd U ltt neck. 'A -VA Horse brand YM on ip. rrnu One Hundred and Ten Fine Bulls ! l 1 I TM HEW IN-. TITl'S & WILSON, Poat-ofllco address, Indian Springs, I T Lolt sldo nvillet, parallel S!?5Zafcfa bars and Itoman cross. SfffiSSPl 8 . Itleht side VT . mm on loft side. right side. left side, brands. he above arc additional CHEYEKNJB A AIUL'AJIOB AGENCY HERD. R. P. Collins, In ehargo. v Range Cheyenne & Ar- T. - JGAlt nnalioe reservation, I.T. Cattle branded like this ,Jiy?'7 MfctQgJEjJfi ', anyvvhoro on right side. 3k$38m$ c,,lvos hnmtm saM0 with "V on left jaw. Postofllce address, Darlington Indlnn Tor. 2gfefe" - x - I dmM$m W915Sg JAMIM 11. DEBRtt, AnadarRo, Ind. Tor, Brand toll hip and side. TtnTfle tWArM. !. K. KB1T1I, Darlington, I. T Also VF connect ed on right side and...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

'Vr pirp VTWlSn? TP k AfWYRTr H ". r.i i Mi.kii r, I nal Editor Gen. W. M i i i.i, ri)nicloi. (ESTABLISH!-,!), 179.) No. 2L. Vol. 6 Darlington, Indian Territory : August 16, 1886. vAtja.ita.tKamgt'j:Ti'gjr;mv.yrrr ygna"B3CTf:.a3HMrajJ ju.,UM.utu.miwiWHi MMlf J nlidH31IBUlKiyAUIlAtVem81t&ll!l'-lVilli mUa97ifJUULJMUMi.MAnnLfWiMn cnuiMryff EVANS BROS, & COTTON, Military Traders. Tilv.i) & Plt-KETT. ,Mt.-, . 1 r'nry, Indian Territory rw 4. $22,820.00 FIRE LOSSES l'Aii) i;y A. A. EKQART & GO., General Insurance Agents, and Adjusters of the Pha?:ni.x, of London, Insuranco Co. North America. Pennsylvania Piro, Springfield Fire and jIarine, J'Jicrnix, of Brooklyn, 0 or m an-A merican , Oommcreian Union of London, Susquehanna Fire, Phconix, of Hartford, Crescent, of New Orleans, Niagra Fire. Travelers Life and Fire, Equitable Life, of N. Y. City. J6f" All lionest loBses xiromptly paid and adjusted through cnir Office &l Huskogoo, Indian Territory In m i , ... , ii i Al. H...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

I0. mXimammkMtuhHt.'tmm,'JR wmlMH ni n hi i win -ririrfmm-r""' "'' " iimjimww-iimiiiimw4mm it,' I .,,- THE CHEYEHHETRAHSPORTER, - Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. . 'Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, ind. TER. AUGUST is, 1885. Entered nttho Poatofllce at Darlington, jid second class mutter. The-firing of eighteen cannon at the Tost I nt sun rise on Saturday tho 8th, announced I the day for th o funeral of Gem Grant, and all active businoss at both tho Post and Agency was suspended for tho day out of respect to the nation's departed hero. The firing o 1 it cannon every fifteen minutes was kept, up during tho ontiro day, and at sun seta ropoa tion of eighteen shots took place. U im i i mi m jwiiiiibiuiiii WJB WISH' THEM WELL. Departure of Col. and Mrs. Dyer. Col and Mrs. I). 13. Dyer have taken their departure, much to the roprctoi the ontiro community at Fort Reno and at Darlington. Tho genial Colonel and his estimable lady, during their year's stay at this Agency, won ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

IDE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. f.HlUN AM) STOCK JOl'UNWU) Geo. W. M.irrcT, Editor & Vropi. Lirr. Mkkkitt, Local Editor. tfubrcrlntlou, $1 per Year In Advance. ttei im k A-apItoTAsgncy, Dailliision. Indian Ter. OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. Said Miss Louisa M. Alcott rocontly whon seasick on board an Atlantic steamer: "Tlioy namo ships Asia, and Persia and Scotia; I wonder why it don't occur to somebody to nanio ono Nausea." Senomta Eola dk Bkknis, profess or oftho harp of iho National conser vatory at Madrid, accompanied by Senors Hernandez and Simouni and Sonors Anibru, aro expected to arrive shortly at New York. The unfortunate Countess do la Torre has been again iincd for keep ing1 too many dogs and cats, this time in the sum of $50. The magistrate in imposing tho lino remarked that ho was determined to put a stop to tho nuisance. FKKNANDKZ DE TAOS. A western man says u. to cu distinguish betweon a tornado and a 'gale, but the explanation is not so clear as that of the British sailor wh...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

i cv about tho room with it, adroitly evad ing my pretended efforts to catch hor, I thought that my happiness was com plete. This happinoss, though, could hot last. The legislature adjourned and my undo returned home. Par liamentary rulings had not improved his disposition. Just so soon as ho sot his foot in tho house, a gloom set tled ovor everything. With pain 1 noticed that aunt was daily growing weaker. "That is tho way my mother began," Ilallio one day said when Iliad spoken to her with regard to my aunt's condition. "Oh, John, would 'it not bo terrible if -she were to die?" lie would almost kill us," I repli ed. "Ilallio, when wo grow up, lot i' run away from hero and be married." "I havo often thought of that, John." After this, though wo know very littlo of marriago contracts, wo con sidered ourselves engaged. One day wo told aunt. She kissed both of us, and going to a littlo poarl-covored box she took out a ring, put it on Ilallio's linger and said: "Thoro now, littlo lady,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 August 1885

awnBWiMiuwiM umamwmmkmaKMm mtwim , wfti.anw.ju,iatiBa.,mwnwiwwHwi'Ww mmm mi mmwm t i iaMMtafca n Jill I m T. CONNELL, Hane Cottonwood creek, Indlun Territory. Till Lincoln In charge. V. 15, Iiolcr & Son, lO-O TO: .7. A WcCor mirk munnprr Dnrllnpton. l.T Ron go on Cot tonwood and Campbell creeks Att no.vi) uitANDS el on left loin itwjwiiiiuuiijLiiiiuiiyijiuiiuiiiwJu1kuiiiiiiriiwwiiiiiiMiiwjiwiii TMT 1 CLZF? 0 fc. I II KHHWyill. l- iflJ 1PM IIIIWI IIIW m I I I III", ! TILL UXrOLN. JPWIftff IIP iif iniiVP Wp WIP - i if w ti fl Ml f M a fi t H !: a him hh n r I u I La O 1 CHEYENNE & AltAPAUOE CATTLE CO. (limitki)) "" rostoTllco nddross : E. Fknlon, Manager, Cantonmont, Indian Terry. 4Jt $$msigr' Known as Applo Brand. llorae Brand. ADDITIONAL lHtANDS ; SHJ ld?J p.lJ MUU KWI UiII ta Blffl fiati Kd Tbonbovo brands on either side or hip. 3 on left sldo. E9 on right side O on loft hip. BOO on sldo. O B O S W cq TjkrPi 'J MoKENNEY, OVER it CO Camp supply, r. T. oattlo rango on Beaver ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 September 1885

TMISPORTER. "f CHEYENN Geo. W. Maitkt, Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) Lafi? Merritt, Local Editor. Vol. 6 Darlington, Indian Territoy : Sept. 4, 1885. No. 22. I II HI I 'Hill Ull ., ill. UTMWB, lWZtl.J.'lW.'r,-Jl l-..i-im.H III.IIMJinMtlUlJl-UIJUIWMWBiUIJ L,,I.,IUIIH.I.I HI whjui.-iu uiuai iui ix ii.im.anaw nrtk Official Notice! In obeillonco to Instructions from tho Commis sioner or Indian Affairs and In pursuance of tho proclamation of tho President of July 2fJ, 1885, "Jill unauthoilzcd persons" now at this Agency, In tho vicinity thereof, or on tho reservation, are warned to "dopait and entirely remove therefrom with tholr cattle, horses and other property" on or before tho SKCONl) DAI OF SEITICMHIIIl, 1885. For tho Information of H1030 concerned, tho following classes come under tho head of authorlz' ed persons : Fikst All employees whose names are borno on thO OfllCO JT'JIld. Second Licensed traders and their employees approved by the Commissioner. Tiiikd Other persons having...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 September 1885

M CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND BTOCIC JOUUNAL ) Gno. W. Maffut, Editor &Vropi. Lai'e Mkiuutt, Local Editor. Hubtcrlptlon, $1 per Yenr In Advance. Cheyenne & A apalioe Aaency, Darllnaton, Indian Ter. OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. A QUEER CLIENT. Sknatoii Isct alls' son is said to bo naturally brighter than his father. Sir Stafford Northcote is ono of the most popular land owners in Devonshire. Dr. Duryea, of Boston, will lose $4,500 annually by accepting tho pres idency of Union college. Miss Katharine Bayard has left the capital and gone 10 join her moth er, who is ill, at Wilmington. Rev. Joskimi Cook is superintend ing the Cook farm of live hundred acres atTiconderogn, Lake George. Ex-Phesident Arthur's son is said to be "a nice fellow among the girls," but without any manly ambition as yet. A Japanese inventor has just made from soawoed a paper transparent enough to bo substituted for window glass. At a recent flower fete and kcrmossc held in tho Bois at Paris, about $-10,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 September 1885

Ob f HErOKTORIAL ZEAL. How Too Much of JL Caiuo Wear Hanging Its Possessor. Probably ono of the most remarkablo instances of roportorial zoal ever heard of, and which came near ending very seriously to Iho main actor, was tho exploit of a young man naiuod Arm strong, couneeted at the time with tho city stall' of a morning paper in Now York. Tho incident, writes a Hartford Courant correspondent, transpired about sixteen or eighteen years ago. Armstrong lived across the East river, just back of Wflliamsburgh. At that timo the outlying district was sparsley settled, and many pretty little cottage's were routed cheap. One summer night the reporter left the ollico about mid night. After crossing tho ferry and going to tho end of tho street-car line, Armstrong had quite a piece to walk before he reached his cottage. A por tion of tho way led through a denso grove. On the night in question, whilo the reporter was sauntoring leisurely through the grove, his atten tion was suddenly attracted...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 September 1885

;ur' mum j)iw'''yiif''"ii'ii -, . IDE CHEIEK TnUSPOHTBL .! mi Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. "- myeiinc ami Arapaiioo Agency, Darlington, ind, ter. .IT.WWmilWImmi'.l'IHHlimWM..l Texas Land and jkJMKJowx Kan. fcHansMiitj Mn. jft ffsF&: - r .. A. W1TJ5MSMSN. B W- K1:V- WITZLEBEN & KEY, siccKssons to York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KANSAS, GKEIfcTIEGIRILi OTTTIFTT'X'IEIRySI Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. tnt sagwaoaLaaggCTwasBagc KBSS "si5kLft:3srs.s"cia?Tr CANAL MILLS. ZxkPg$ Unmli on elfhcr hip. s!rt or hot , known ius tlio T5 bran J, Old mirk, swallow Luk In right ; now add under bit In left. ADDITIONAL H&ANDS. swn Both cldoa. Marie, crop and under bit la b&s both. Ho73o brend came ai cattlo, on right hip. IS. E. WJLSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Dabblt, (ion'l manager, Cheyenne. Wyoming. It. M. Alusn, Assist Manager. Mobectle, Texas. May have olthor biand or both, and on any part nf animal O en loft Jiw Horse brand .ID (connected)...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 September 1885

6b g.SWfeyWtgfr3 KmCTjMi3w;3ratewq t- IDE CBEIBIE TRUSFORrEB. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND. TER. SEPT. 4, 1SS5. Jfititovod attlio Poslomco at Darlington, iw, (Moond class matter. ygarannmuu tmujt injuma HISTORY OK THE "Gheyenng -Transporter' This issue completes tho sixth volume Oi' tllG CllIGYISKXIS TllAKSl'OllTlSK. Tho paper since it was rounded has seen many changes in this portion of the Territory ; the constant coming and going of stran gers, the many changes of government and school employees, Indian traders and government contractors. ' re have noted from time to time in our columns tho var ious improvements and progress made by both Indians and whites around this Agen cy. A glance back at the six complete volumes of .the Citkyisnne Tjraxsportku is both interesting and instructive, reveal ing not a few incidents and facts in the six years' history of the country. The history of the Cidsybkxe Tbanpohtkr' feinco its commen...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 September 1885

BISYPIU3. Tlic Hush of the dawning day Steals up o'er tho brow of nighty fJ'hewooil-thruflh' lender lay la the echo of lost delight. Blnvo to a mere less eou, Airnln up the. tnllBotne road I roll the burden of pain Numbing my heart and brain, While tl.e clnnk of my eruel chain llUcs, a and refrain, To tho gods In their blest abode. Home, hearl 1 the nun light falls Jn a. Bclntlllnnt, golden shower 1 he fcecnt of leal and Honor Tho radiance that enthralls, The gods' best glfis to men, They all are mine attain. He only Is servile slave Who dlgg-'th for Hope a grave; Who weatn as a jewvl rare JJls burden of loll and care, Who meets defeat with a song, Who sutlers and still lb strong, Ouhvltleth the lWid Despair. Throb on, oh dauntless heart 1 Wake birds with jubilant voice! 'Ihou sorrowing earth rejoice I Griibh baeU the tears thatstartl Fieed from burden and chain In my strength 1 shall rise again Where the billows of silence roll; I3y tho hone in my inmost soul At Inst I snail reach ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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