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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 September 1885

fdl THE DELUGE OF SAN GARIUEL Mexican Villages and Tlioir Inhabitants De stroyed by a Flood. El Clari?it of Guadalajara, gives the following account of the almost total destruction, in the morning of June 6, of the villages of Cuareuta and San Gabriel, by a deluge that foil upon the surrounding mountains: The said villages are, or were, situ ated in c. "anada, or narrow valley, through which passes the highway to I San Louis Potosi, and at a few leagues I to the eastward of the town of Lagos. The villages stood- immediately upon the banks of a little river that ilows through the valley, its margins lined with well-cultivated fields, gardens, orchards, cauo plantations, and sup porting many domestic animals that furnished subsistence and were the only patrimony of many families. Cua reuta was a station where the anucros, in thoir journeys over the mountains, generally passed the night. Fifty or sixty of those industrious persons were lodged in the two public houses of tho village tha...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 September 1885

riAuytc,wjwtrtnnu'"numwr hm.i 1 1 ra , jmwjh wi.nu wi' nwm.t ,ijgiPrnsraxw.iafAf.pCTJaigj2g T. C03WKLL, 'UJBi ODIlomvood creek, ln(Ilfin rrilory, TiU Lincoln in charge. f I ' . lV fei. 1 A.E M 4' &; -1W -3Lik i I i jO VBrTOir' WSr'M -W &fr- (via J' 5 AVTB' W if' TILL LINCOLN. iO'A,t-' Z"' w VI ,y --Ji i-.r.Mnnrr&l! lfl . . I .!. . I l.i. Anything you may need, and if it is in the 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. W. If. ttofoevts & Son., 1 jm J. A. McJo. mlok. mnrvcpv DnrlluRlon. 1.1 Range on Coi tonwood and Campbell crook ROAD BRANDS ir! on left loin O on left, shouldr - anu L on lett ghouUlar and loin. JOHN P. BA1RD, Postoflko address, Darlington, Indian Terrltcry ITI vxELxa CR7R9 V mrpa 4 txsSsESSid wb?bot ? (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) SiaA'jsariatssasaUKJLissmesu vsssaess, Eggjgsggescxaaatcnma'ccrcsK I3RJ aOJB31XZ3aKB33raC13KKSS --AND DEALER I...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1885

i II 1 ji V L' lr f il) 1 V IJi I i 1 li Ik vllJli I Jlj JMi JCj I Ji AiN ul I It 1 .Itt . ininii ii i i in .. - r- ii .i i n t iwiii i.n. j ii .u.i i n i in ti ii. i i i n r ' - ..... ,.,. "' - - ...-. .-- - ..-- - -- - "" " Kc a: r . i i"). j..- .'5:''.' V .' if"" IV i ' M '; m m- tr V p". It' W' Wbk . mj qv-AvL . MAFFKT & Meuiutt, Editors and Publishers. Vol. 7 t.igcatMnMfgriwa,U!:a!ciwiriai;,jawMgii $22,.82DB0 FIRE LOSSES PAID BY JL A. HNQART & 00., General insurance- Agents,. ;iUl Adjuster. of the iPhcenix, of London, Insurance Co. North America. Pennsylvania Fire, Springfield Firo and Marino, Phoenix, of Brooklyn, G erm an-Ameri can, Commercial! Union of London, Susquehanna. Fire, . Phoenix, of Hartford, Creseent, of New Or Ivan se, Ningra Fire, Travelers Life and Fire, Kquilablo Life, of N. Y. Cily. g$$"A honest losses promptly 'paid and adjusted through our ''Office al Muskogoo, Indian Twritory Al. Heitkam, &,: lOlothie?. Uerohani Tailor Onstf Furnisher 4: ARKANS...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1885

jm-"g,"T""i,'?fTT'riTinriinTTTniiTifinvirJjiiHfcaf.7 tsgwtwguwWMaKaoattsuttoaBHawaM THE CHEfEIE TRnSFOBIEK Subscription, $1 Per Year,, in Advance. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND, TER. BIAFFET & 3WERHITT, Editor's and Publishers. OCT.' 3, 1 885. Entered nttlio "Postoillco at Darlington, as oocond class matter. A- Change. With this issue begins volume seven of the Ciieyenkk TjtANsroiiTBK. The paper makes its appearance stronger than ever under the new arrangements and looks forward to a prosperous and successful year in its onward path. As mentioned in our liut issue, the Interior Department investigated the paper and Us standing, as well as the hotel and livery stable, and decided to issue licenso to them upon their furnishing approved bonds. , The Tijans roiiTMit, therefore, has given a bond of ten thousand dollars; and'wili be issued under a regular license as a Teiritory en terprise. A change has also been made in the editorial and management of the paper : Mr. ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1885

HI SY Pit US. The flush ot the dawning day Steals up o'er the brow of nlht; J'he wood-thrush's tender lay Js tho echo of lost delight Slave, to a mere lews cock, Aeain up the toilsome road I roll the burden of pain Numbing my heart and brain, While the clank of my cruel chain IUfcs, n sad refrain, To tho gods In their blest abode. Ronee, heart I Ihe sunlight falls Jn a Belntlllnnt, golden showerjf 'I he peent of leal and llowcr Tho radlaneo that enthralls, The god' best gifla to men, They nil are mine amain, lie only Is servile slave Who dlgg'th for Hope a gravo; Who wcatrt as a Jcv 1 rare Ills burden of toll and cure, Who meets defeat with a song, Who sutlers and still la strong, Oulwltteth the fl nd Despair. Thrrbon, oh dauntics heart 1 Wake birds with Jubilant voice I 'Ihou sorrowing earth rejoice I Crush back tho tears that, start! Fiecd from burden and chain In my strength 1 shall rise again Where 'the billows of silence roll; By the hope in my Inmost soul At last I snail reach...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1885

) ii BCa BflWTTM g GT" n THE DELUGE OF SAN UABIUEb Mexican Villages and Their Inhabitants De stroyed by a Flood. El Clarin, of Guadalajara, gives the following account of tlio almost total destruction, in the morning of June (, of the villages of Cuarenta and San Gabriel, by a deluge that fell upon the surrounding mountains: The said villages are, or were, situ ated in a canada, or narrow valley, through which passes the highway to San Louis Potosi, and at a few leagues to the eastward of the town of Lagos. The villages stood immediately upon the banks of a little river that ilows through the valley, its margins lined with well-cultivated fields, gardens, orchards, cane plantations, and sup porting many domestic animals that furnished subsistence and were the only patrimony of many families. Cua renta was a station where the arricros, in their journeys over the mountains, generally passed the night. Fifty or sixty of those industrious persons were lodged in the two public houses of ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1885

3.EMjaSWMW22 W. !. Roberts & Son, T. CONN ELL, Uuu;o Cottonwood creek, Indian Torrltory. Tilt Lincoln In cltiuifo. GO TO: 1. A. McCor mlok, manager Darlington, t.T HmiKO on Cot. tonwood and Campbell ci neks I VW' rzr 4&1 HOI IlIUMt- a4; ;.i:--.;.('.-c! luon left loin I J Yvhv i -.A f Tn f -hi 1 1 Bisir ! IJta ' .f KjMW Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary line it will be Promptly Furnished You At Lowest Possible Rates O on lcrt shouldr and L on loft jhoulderand loin. ,1011 X 1 BAIRD. Postolli e i Mr - ' f) uHmjton, I mil in Territory 'V&m S3&H At Lowest Possible Rates.- ffiEIHl- BBl Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer- g!g till irM'oLN. i H 1 f 4 da y ip If rk B ah m Ml VA 1 Ifl II XX H U V I KZXEii ;l r - M ha 0 til JS H H fl N H H H ' H ' I 1C?B9 flj&S -ttwn A Jw Xt-, Kdn a re&nn j KaArjaxsfJ nrKvTEgll iaLlGCUs2 & ?&. ,icS i ZS& . - J &gS T! - " osa5S3 USK!2fl23 SO (Successor to GEO. E. UEYJSOLDrf & CU.) V i&...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 3 October 1885

oi CHEYEME TRMSP0ETE1. Mai'I'rt & Mrrritt, Editors and Publisher? rs. (ESTABLISHED, 1870.) ONI PnLIAR A YltAU. Vol. 7 DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY : OCT. 3, 1885. No: 1 m LUHKXiw.mjijtHmaxJixiA.'J.i9immtmmBmjii-i,iiiiui Official Orders! Ori'icu U. S. Ikdiax Agent, Kiowa, Comascuis & NYicmta Ag'cy, Anadarko, Ind. Ter., Sept. 1T, '85. To whom it may concern : In compliance with the Heviscd Statutes of the -United States, dated A. D., 1S78, sections 21, 3J and 2,117, all persons not having a right by blood or marriage liv ing within this reservation, are hereby ordered to depart therefrom on or before the first day of October, 1S83. The following exemptions are made ; 1st. -All employees of this Agency. 2nd. All licensed Indian traders and their employees as approved by the com missioner of Indian attairs, the names of whom must be filed in this office. .'Jrd. All persons who have permission from the United States commissioner of :Indian affairs. Ith.-rAll U. S. marshals in the...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 3 October 1885

IHE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOOIC JOUUNAL.) Gi:o. W. Maffet, Editor A Vropi. La?i: Mbkuitt, Local Editor. - ftul'tcrlptlon, $1 per Yenr In Advance. Clievenne & A apalioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten OTHERWISN AND PERSONAL. Senator Inc. alls' son is said to bo naturally brighter than his father. Sir Stakkord Northcote is one of the most popular laud owners in Devonshire. Dr. Duryea, of Boston, will lose 4, .000 annually by accepting the pres idency of Union collogo. Miss Katharine Bayakd has loft the capital and gone to join her moth er, who is ill, at Wilmington. Rev. Josicrn Cook is superintend ing the Cook farm of iivo hundred acres atTicondcroga, Lake Gcor ;c. Ex-President Arthur's son is said to bo "a nice follow -among the girls," but without any manly ambition as yet. A Japanese inventor has just made from seaweed a paper transparent enough to bo substituted for window glass. At a recent llowcr fete and kermesso held in the Bois at Paris, about $10,- 000 was t...

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

Uf 4 I I KEPORTOKIAL ZEAL. How Too Much of It Came Near Hanging Its Possessor. Probably ono of the most remarkable instances of roportorial zeal overheard of, and which came near ending very seriously to the main actor, was the exploit of a young man named Arm strong, couneefed at the time with the city stall of a morning paper in New York. The incident, writes a Hartford Courant correspondent, transpired about sixteen or eighteen yoars ago. Armstrong lived across the East river, just back of Wllliamsburgh. At that time tho outlying district was sparsley settled, and many pretty little cottage's were rented cheap. Ono summer night the reporter left the ollice about mid night. After crossing the ferry and going to the 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 dense grove. On tho night in question, while the reporter was sauntering 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. — 3 October 1885

ft- . r.. . ... Tgcreoaaa& miZZIuaaI!3& .r.M1WW'XTHww;W.WW.tBMWa '" '- 1 IM JIT -MJ"1 " " 1 IM IMI 1 I IDE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. .. - Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advanoo. --- Cienne and Arapahoe Agency, darlihbton, IND, teb. iajiuiijnmiuni tuimm3tw m Texas Land and CATTLS mmySSt .3t&m mm f lJf 3Ele Chief and Cimarron Him""!! faSsr: -JM SOTW A.. WW LISBON. WITZLEBEN & KEY, &UC( v.aSOKS TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co, CALDWELL, KANSAS, GKEItTElIRIL, OUTFITTERS! Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. B. W. KEY. RKKmSEVS 7jearAJiiaffjjRMuan;.'fjjjuA3mSMig-ua.wvierK .A.IRIKI.A.IISrS-A.S OITY CANAL MILLS, as-X grands on elf Vr hip. sldo or both, known as tha -An-uranu, via mtuc, s "allow Tuik In r tent ; now add undor bit In left. ADDITIONAL IHIANDS. I bth cldcs' Ucr!j' crop -wador bit la Howa brand Dams as cattlo, on rlcht hip. 15. E. AVILSON, Manager. V. M. AHIES, Proprietor. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, (ion'l manager, Cheyenne. Wyoming. It. M. ali.i k, A...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 3 October 1885

)i& f?vVai?XX Ml'SCATINE CATTLE CO. W H Lockrldge, foreirun Cantonment, Indian Te OTJIKU URANUS : J. II. 8KG2R, Darlington, IT 10 fort shin md 01 on Khir.!1e LO HO ZITon T rlht side and U It lirCK. 7i Fj H'tise brand 5oti on hip. .4 DH One Hundred and Ten Fine Bulis ! 3S&. FOR SALE I 'E " f7f( t -? liailw 7ri fi i i (1 IIEWINS, TIT'JS & WILSON, Posl-ofllce address. lndln Springs, T T Left side mrulrt. diurIIoI 5SS?vkuI&1 i"rs..nd K'Miian cross. Ksr'Jzx',.. "Kii "Kp v r. 'Ml left ld0. rlKht side. S'fe. Btiwe a&iiytTJ'.AM. - Vr-pw;&WB h&ks. .. 'UfflKJif'l' ' irnfttsriiti' 33EE&1 'nir.i&Jiai -w u and Ifyf ffii nip. lip above aro additional JAMES Tf. DEBRIS, Auadarko, Ind. Ter, b: and left hip and side. CilKYENKK ft AHAl'AIlOE AGENCY HERD. It. r. Coj.li.n-. In charge. f Rmiro Cluyo'iiio & Ar- akahoa reservation, I.T. Cattle branded like Ibis anywhere on right side. calves branded same with Von left Jaw. ?osloidce address lui'lnqton Indian Ter. A A...

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 October 1885

CHETEME TRA MSPARTPk Maffkt & MtiUimr, Editors and PuMMicrs. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) Onk Hhli.au a Vkau. Vol.7 Darlington, Indian Territory : Oct. 25, 1885. No. 2, fcmwwaiaimam.'rM'i.'iMt. ; imraja:vam mtexKsnmmMi mw wain juk jjicjmlBBxitjWLKan8Ai'aiassaa3ari-ait. wnuaiw Six acres of wheat have boon sown in the Arapahoe school Hold. lions On the 15th, to the wife or Ed. Gucnior, a girl baby. Mother and babe doing well and Ed. is happy. Mrs. W. Wv Charles was confined to her room several days hiBt wook with' sickness, but we are glad to say she is now all right. The TiiAXsroiiTuu .lob office has done an immense lot of printing the past few weeks, much to our delight. Wo hnvo a large bill of stationery now on route and invite more orders. The interior of the Arapahoe school building has been replenished with a fresh 1 coat ol paint. A now floor has also been put down in the long veranda ou the south side of the building. A great many of our subscribers are still in aroars. Wo again i...

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 October 1885

IDE CHEYENNE TRRHSPORTER. (INDIAN AND ST0CK JOL'KXAL.) Gno. W. Maffet, Editor &Vropi. Lave Mekiutt, Local Editor. Rubecriptlon, $1 per Year In Advance. theyenne & Apahos Agency, Darlington, InfllanTer. The 0111 pcror and ompross of Kus sia are to visit tho king ami qucon of (Denmark at Copenhagen, and it is possiblo that they .may go to England bofore returning home. Airy. Gen. Garland entertains callers at his department in busy times by telling chestnuts. Tho callers usually leavo after tho iirst yarn, which is what Mr. Garland wants. A SPEECH Y Mil. THEM'S. Mits. Gladstone has not resigned, at all events, but annouucoB that her receptions, teas, and dinners will con tinue "all tho same," and her hospi tality vfill bo dispensed in tho old lib eral way. Sunset Cox has purchased a new house at Washington, situated but a few doors from his former rosidence, which ho recently sold. The new house will bo rented during Mr Cox's absenco from tho country. Lord Randolph Ciiukciiill...

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 October 1885

tMMMMMMMUdA INDUSTRIAL TOriCS. Gleanings from Advance Sheets of tho Ameri can Agriculturist for Jul'. Millet or llumrurian Grass. There arc lew farms whero there is .not more or less land that cannot be or is not occupied with tho ordinary crops, such as corn, corn fodder, potatoes, oats, barley, wheat, peas, or boans. It is too late to plow early enough in tho season for tho crops, or it may bo 'tho land was planted to corn, or pota toes, or beans, and the frost destroys them. Aftor the first of July, the only crops that can bo sown lo advantage are: winter wheat, or winter ryo, for next year; and for a crop this year, turnips, and millet or " Hungarian grass, There is not much difference between millet and Hungarian grass. Sow whichever is most convenient. Perhaps tho Hungarian garss makes tho best fodder. Any good land that can bo brought into a lino, mollovv condition, with moisturo enough to germinate tho seed, will produce mil let or Hungarian grass. On dry up land it is not a...

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 October 1885

j'uuliw junjuniim.itji.'iii'uiiiim-min. SOTlxmattawgffflfflawgftmgagSKire Euauuli r mhikiw SH5T F. r ., . - ,- -- . - T I I I IT III 1 I " II I THE tHQaiE TRAHSPORTER. I n !- ' Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Adyanoc. i i i Barenne and kw& Agency, darlikgton, m TER, Tesas Land and ff Eagle ciief end Cuarra Ri7;rP Jfrands on &lvsr htp. sMa or hot- , kr.oun as tbo Tf brand. Old nurse, shallow fu.K in rich l ; new add under bit In left. ADDITIONAL, BRANDS. SBotb sides. ILu', crop sih& uutler bit in hot. Zorit brand. ama as cattle, oa right hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, fen'I manager, Cheronne. Wyoming. B. 21. Allen. Assist Manager. Hobetle, Texas. WYf 1 vfcL,Vf n A. VHTZI.EBEN. B. W. KEY. WITZLEBEN & KEY, successors TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co0 CALDWELL, KANSAS, Q-iElIISriEIEIL, OTTTIFITTIEIRSI Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty, MMMMPTT GEO, W. MAFFET, Postofflco address, Darlington, Indian Territory. vEL Jj"i iiaw omi a numbo hu...

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 October 1885

lis MafI'T.t & McKRiir, Elit rs and Publisher. (KSTAM.ISTIHD, 1879.) Osk Dou a Ytt.vn. Vol. 7 D Arlington, Indian Territory : Oct. 25, 1885. No. 2. rauum wirrurisgHimgS3'irwa3w jawyryCTrJsngmMJasstaacaryiagyj-i i uu.utM .m jwbummm ji VANS BBBS. & G0TT011 TOWKSBND iV: PICKETT. pol-oni, Snc ami Vox Agency, Indian Torrttorr J A M wi $2282000 FSHE LOSSES PAID JiV L A. M5ART & 00., General Insurance Agents, and Adjusters of the phcwnix, of London, Insurance Co. North America. Pennsylvania Fire, Springfield Fire and Murine. Phoenix, of Brooktyn, German-American, ft'onuTierciun Union of London , Susquehanna Fire, Phopnix, of Hartford, Crescent, of New Orleunse, Niacra Fire, travelers Life and Fire, Equitable Life, of N. Y. Cilv. j$8TAll honest losses promptly paid and adjusted through our Offioo at MttkogM, Indian Tmtoyy Al. Heitkam, fflolhiey, Bwohanl ?ail? I Brats' hmkt Opposite Opera nouse, ARKANSAS CUV, KANA. Prompt attention given tororcleia from the Terri tory, and pation...

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 October 1885

1 V" , i M. r if j. . 4 cVjfCt ' .,.-. v . --- -mim I'ff'riri'r' ;irm.rarav4HT.magzaw.s ?wirrwvisica'apaiafMn twtiammtrzsM MlgMiMPWWH aiaw ---.-rzzzzz id f i i l II. iiRi.KK. t ! larllntnn I T FOR SALE li f Tlsr CATTLE CO. " W H IteKrMfce, furti;ir nionmetit, Indian 7 , nTIIKR MMRDR : h) lft ?Me nnd 01 on ' j!iim- Li i HO lion i T r.qht ltRnd l Hi n?k. , --F7, o Ut-'- f r nd 7, on One Hundred and Ten Fine Bulls 1 ' w fiftKSSS&. SffliS'i is ' 'J1 -WMr -ww, J if jtp ? vn &i " .. t fjrff "' cNnnBSiflKhi kWL -, III "&& in win riT '2SS?'3BBHftiy IT 'J I ,ojt & ') r , v Mb 8 u '0ucjsrag U"f. LR. r ' " i" BPmmjtjBffjBBCRc f flf,r M.ii: 'I', ii i 'ii.ln'4 and t'vr.f.i.;. . . - - S'Vi N, i.i' JEW . 1 i " t. "7 ... A ' ' L'JI Uv " . Uf- s r ,'v. A 11 I t fr 1 I i t (JT, t4G$ii?amu OH) ' i ( ' , I i .11' Ml i .. Is n m r,r I '?. t T L ! i?r" m.i:l"f p.ir;.l!cl fnr- n(l hrmtan eroM. f'alM .1 f.'i'l )t) If ft id" ll,")lt 11 Trll OVBflHhjHHPfl . e, rf- .vidlt'cn i. Tt. I', '"o...

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 October 1885

4 flmwtmrmTm r t it rrrr-frsannwmri a. 1.1 lifl.Jfyi.n1..jm.it,..i..r, .... , --.,- .f .,., . ,-p,. ., r--......-r ---T-. , "'-- ' - 'IT fclMJifa.iiii;ti;"Jii?)wwyjMttMnitjjiiij THE CHEYEHHE TRANSPORTER. i i it i i Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. CHeyenne and Arapahoe Asency. DARLIMTON. 1ND, TER. Steam Tlircshcr. MAFFET & MERHITT, Editors and Publishers. OCT. 25, 1885. Entered tit the rostoillcciU Darlington, as second cltisa mutter. Capt. Connell has becu seriously indis posed the past week. Mr. D. Hays, tlio capitalist from Wichi ta, is hero looking after his interests. The regular monthly concert by the Arapahoe school will take place to-morrow (Sunday) evening. V. W. Clinrles starts ior New York next week to purchase a new stock of goods for Trader Barker's store. John Poisal, an enterprising Arapahoe, raised .3,000 bushels of corn on his farm th is year. Largo Indian wagon trains loaded with supplies have been unloaded at .the com missary the past week. Bacon, flour,...

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 October 1885

WINDING UP TIME. A wee, brown mnld on the doorstop sat, Her small face hid 'noatli u widc-brlmmcd hat. A hi'oKeu clock on her baby knee She woun J with an ancient, maty kev. "What are yon doling my pretty one? Playing with Time?" J asked In fun. Xnrgo and wlae wore the Hoft, dark eyes, Iilfted lo mine In a grave Biirprlae. "Prc wlndln' him up, to make him mo, For he's bo d re flu 1 okey and alow.' Winding up Time? Ah, baby mine, J low crawl Uickc lengthened moments of thine, How eadly slow goes the staid old man, But hf has not changed, since the world began, He docs nol change, but In after years, When lie mlng'cs our cup of joy with tears; -And duties are many, and pleasures lleet, .And the Way grows rough 'ncalh our tired feel, "When the day Is too short for Its crowd of cat 03, And night surprises us unawares, Ve do not wish to hurry Ins feet, It tit lind his go ng all too lleet. Ah, baby mine, some future day, You w II throw that rusted key away And (o rho.'bus' car will madly ...

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