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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 October 1885

Ill I il DILL NYE IN BOSTON. An Account of a Visit to HIb Birthplace In the State oi Mtiinc, Last week 1 visited my birthplace in the state of Maine. I waited thirty years for the public to visit it, and as there didn't seem to bo much of a rush this spring, I thought I would go and visit it myself. 1 was telling a friend the other day that tho public did not seem to manifest the interest in my birthplace that I thought it ought to, and he said I ought not to mind that "Just wail," said he, fcill the people of the United States have an opportunity to visit your tomb, and you will be surprised to see how they will run excursion trains up there to Moosehead lake, or wherever you plant yourself. It will be a perfect picnic. Y"our hold on tho American people, William, is wonderful, but your death would seem to assure it, and kind of crystalize tho ailection now existing, but still in a nebulous and gummy state." A man ought not to criticiso his birthplace, I presume, and yet, if I were ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 October 1885

WMWMfcHmTfflJS 'mMHOTW -1 n i n hi ii - - ...... i. . -. .. . i,,., T. COiMNTSLI. Itiiutn Cottonwood erode, Iiiillnn Territory. TiU Lincoln In elmivo.. Ti. B. HolH'rti & Ron. oo to: ,1. A. McCor miolc, maiuier Unrllnaion, l.T lUtngo on Cot tonwood and Campbell ciook AjJ ' ' . " " "- V . 4 I -14: I fit U .H-'JfWrr,,,-: KOAD DB.VNDS Iii on loft loin f.; Rr OIL 1 i. y; Tl l::'i i a. jv ar w k. -v. r "r . m. w VaGZA.&Jbr4. m xz- TILL LINCOLN. la&fe&b - 111 I I Tl Jfcl A I MKT23A 4 i&WtL - i. .' i- Xn-ii"''", 'jrtviiis" PI Anything ycm may nod, and if it is in tile ordinary line it will bo Promptly FurnishMl You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. ONNELL 5 (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) CCKTJDXJSSLKT MBillMMBMffMBTMMBWMIMMlliMMnrmiHll Htl BB -AND DEALER IN l ll In 19 iM B no 1 j tfF Fa! CI IE VENN K & ARAPAHOE CATTLE CO. 'oAqOIoo nddioss : E. Kknlon, IttannRdr, Cantonment, Inulnn Tony. 0 .- i zrT...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 November 1885

IS TP A "MQPnDTT'W I 14 h V it U ) II i1j I 1j n 11 n Maffkt & Mimarrr, Editors and Publishers. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) One Dollar a Ykah. Vol.7 Darlington, Indian Territory : Nov. 12, 1885. No. 3. gagm.aaaKa3Baega3&giiLwiaiww3awrggit ixatoasBCT.jEjiiBEi:ig:mJOT i mm 1 1 n i i ui.njimi COSAND & MOSSIER, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. J. W. VOBSON, Oontraotor &.- Euilder CALDWELL KAN. Liitfe hair, cement & plaster always lor salo j; A. COVIfltilX)N, Forwardin Agent, CALDWELL, KANSAS. Spclal attention to the tilling of oiders and for warding the same to all points In tlio Territory Ah ray solo attention Is now devoted to this busi ness It enables me to attend to the same on short notice and without delay. Al. Heitkam, Chillier, Merchant Tailor & Gents' Furnisher Opposite Opera IToase, ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. rrompt attention given to ordeis lf:ni the Terri tory, and patibnage tol'e1ted. TO RANCHMEN ! E..iric cr. hbss, Land, Loan & Insurance Ag't, ARKANSAS CITY, ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 November 1885

HIE EHEW.E UMHL (INDIAN AND STOOIC JOUItNAL.) Ono. W. Mafpet, Editor tfcl'ropr. Lave Mrkmtt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Ycnr In Advance. Cheyenne & A apahoTAgency, Darlington, Indian Ter The French woro compoliod to cap ture posts variously estimated at from 10G to 158 hi numbor, beforo occupy ing Dong Song. Everywhere the Chinese hold out tenaciouslv against the rillc lire, but gavo way beforo the shell. The present year has been an un fortunato ono for Greece. Tho all important currant crops suffered severo damage, owing to inclement weathor, and thero is a cris's in tho financial world, and depressions in commer cial affairs. Everyone who goes to Vienna is obliged to Jill up a document telling whenco ho came, whither ho is going, his age, his religion, and a few othor little confessions. This papor is given to tho police, who are thus able to trace any missing individual. It is said that a winter in Washing: ton makes a person dissatisfied with the society of ovory ot...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 November 1885

J I FABM AND GAIiDKN. drafting tho Grapovino, and Other Topics of Interest. Grafting tho Grapevine. Numerous inquiries have boon mado this spring as to tho method of graft ing tho grapovino, but too lato for a roply to be given in time to bo useful this season. Some of tho writers pro poso to take wild grapevines, and uso them as stocks upon which to graft dcsirablo varioticu. This would bo vory poor economy. An old vino of any kind is rarely worth removing, and least of all, a wild one. Such vines are poorlv furuishod with roots, and would mako vory poor stocks. If ono already has an old vino of a poor va xietj', and wishes to graft it with a more dcsirablo kind, ho can do so by digging down and inserting tho cious below the surface of tiio ground. Tho proper season for this operation is in tho fall, when vegetation is at rest. If tho old root is in a, healthy condition, a very vigorous growth will follow. Another method of grafting is to in sert the cion in a strong cane.or branch...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 November 1885

rUTtiZVW W 1UViMtlmntM fcPHS:1toiArtbVfa' fcftn(Sr IDE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. 11. W. KKY. ' A. YVITZLEBEN. 0. 13. MOTE, Rod Fork Ranch, I. T elthor hip horso brand samo on lott sliouleor. . Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. V--4 fl&OTne and Arapatioe Agency, DAKLINGTON, ind. TEL loft lilp or should' Tom Land and WHon llht bid? CATTLE COBiKv f Eagle Cbief and Cimarron Hiyer& w Urandson eiror hip, side or both, known as tlio JTfi brand. Old murk, swallow fork In rljjht ; now add under bit In loft. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. I Both Bldti. Mark, orop and uadir bit la botk. Mono brand aims ai cattle, on right hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, Gon'I manager. Choyonne. Wyoming. B. M. Allen, Assist Manager. Mobeotle, Toxpi. WlTZLEBEN & Key, successors to York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co, CALDWELI,, KANSAS, General Outfitters, Hanch and Trail Tupplies. FOrWardillg Of GOOtlS to the Indian Territory promptly attended to. inn uwnmujjjMi iiiMjW93KKii5l4-AWl'!Ai?...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 November 1885

IJ-fi I IHMMHMMMMBnal MbM ii Ifi ilma inlUgiWil rrf t . ..--r yfH-mtammmammffiiK ...L 1 tusMKimMmnimamtKWsmmmmmuamjaJMmtntiutti--nmt-T-i i rr THE CHEYEKNE TRAMSPORTER. ii. I. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. : Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON. IND. TER. MAFFET & MERRITT, Editors and Publishers. NOV. 12, 18S5. Honored Visitors. - '- .i.ii I I I ! , II.I1 J3ntored attho Postolllcoal Darlington, as second class matter, f I The winter wheat in the Held north of the village is up and growing nicely. A lad' wanted immediately at the Arapahoe school to act as assistant matron. MnJno. F. Williams renews his sub scription with warm words for.the Tuans- irOKTCIl. Ibis issue of our paper should have ap peared on the 10th. The delay is is occas ioned by the late arrival of our paper. -Tho Arapahoe school boys are receiv ing a thorough drill by their industrial teacher, Mr. Springer, who is au old cadet. "The material for the addition to Major Barker's store has arrived, and th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 November 1885

MAY-BLOOM. Oil, for You tti at I never knew l Now that the Spring Ifl Bwolllng, And over the way la a whitening may, In the yar 1 of my neighbor's dwelling: Oh. may, oho I do your alstcrB blow Out thcio In the country grnHBes A-moeklng the white of the clomllet llht, That up In the blue sky piwecsl Here in town the grass It la brown. Right under your beautiful clusters; But your aiatora thrive where the award's alive With emerald lights and lustrcB. Dream of my drenms I vision that seems Ever to scorn inv praying, Love that I wait, face of my fate, Come with mo now a-mayhig! Soul of my song! all my life long Looking for 3011 I wander; Long have I sotmht shall 1 Hud naught, Under the may bushes yonder. f Oh. for You that I never knew, Only In dreams that blni 3011 1 By Spring's own grace J shall know your face, When under the may I find you I The Century for May. ! I ! MURDER ON TJ1E OUTPOSTS. It was in Virginia during the autumn of 1861, the first yoar of the war. I was a sergeant i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 November 1885

m 1 Grant as a Soldier. From an anecdotal and reminiscent article by General Adam 13adea.ii, on the characteristics of Grant as a isoldier, in the May Century Magazine 'we qnoto the following: "At the close jof the war, the man who led tho vic torious armies was not forty-tlireo jyears of age. Ho had not changed in iany essential qualities from the cap 'tain in Mexico or tho merchant in Galena. Tho daring and rcsourco that he showed at JJonolson and Vicksburg had been foreshadowed at Panama and Garita San Cosmo: the persistency be- foro Richmond was tho development ;of the same trait which led him to sook subsistence in various occupations, and follow fortune long deferred through many unsuccessful years. Developed by experience, taught by circumstance, learning from all ho saw and evon more from what he did. as few have ever been developed or taught, or have learnod, he neverthe less, maintained the self-same person ality through it all. Tho character istics of tho man were exactly...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 November 1885

igagCTsaasaT. Jja.asssaczaa , Wo B, Roberta & Son- T. CONNELL, iSimco Cottonwood oreefe, Indian Territory. Till Lincoln livolinrgo. go to: J. A. McCor mlok. manager Darlington, l.T Range on Cot. tomvood nnd Campbell crocks US 22izm r. r JW t-C ipp "- m HJ -.K. piJM HOA1) DKAND-J I on left loin O on left sliouldr and i, on left lioulder nnd loin. v IFn pi?- a IbueA. f 1 iEkSStsMM ot fHm& n; Pfflj j- it ruiX l Ct. JtfL. J. V EF M f -BtaaaaHHMMBBBmBWsaaaaMH(a. , p,i , m nmn ! i i ii in i im n i i - i' in -.?, ' "Vf- TN f xW t-v WL- ii& .1; , SS55 - VItk t tiTW d-NiS 3aurrEr". mh &IW --&$ Jl ..- .3 s8'"S si 'i li'lOPn Inside. ie - -fet ii XM iftie H e t ,pi Enns ti !n JUvutkr 'i,U')rp nrers- ' &SL8 ! htji jfjjJBHiJ Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary line it will be Promptly Pumisbed You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. JOHN P. BAIRI). Postofflje address, D.irllngUn, Indian Territory '57...

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 November 1885

N It JTUD . Hi ii mil i Klfc. MllMI .1MMU". 1 1 lull I i M fc-m i i ! Omr Dollar a Year. Mo. . MAIFKT & Mkrkitt, Editors ami Publisher-.. (ESTABLISHED, 1S79.) V0L7 Darlington, Indian Territory: Nov 30. 1S85 MjajtjgrmatJTHjjngneu-iuvjmiijjtupiumujiuijiiu mBrmmnrt VI rrip A sJUi il -- r n ii i hi . a piE, rf " - j S . pA&Tftp, WBFt COSAXD & MOSSEtt, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. HlMI"'W "'"" ' ! II I I - II I I MB, J. W. DOliSON, Contractor & Builder, CALDWELL KAN. Lime hair, cement & plaster always lor atUo J. A. C0VINUT0N, Forwarding- Agent. CALDWELL, KANSAS. Spclal attention to me (lllln of orders -and lor warding the same to all points in the Territory As my .sole attention Is now devoted to this busi ness It enables mo to attend to the same on short notice and without delay. Al. Heitkam, Clothier, Merchant Tailor & Gents' Furnisher Opposite Opera JSou.io, ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Prompt attention given to oideis from the Terri tory, and putiomtjje boilcltea....

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 November 1885

HONG of tup: south wlklk Through fragrant pines I sweep along, And chant for them n mighty song, Grnud ami triumphant, sweet and strong, Like organ notes heard far away, In some cathedral old and gray, When vespers tell the close of day. J stir the ripples on the lake; The dancing wavelets softly break Against the cool white sand, and make A broken melody, that seems Like bhdling8, chirping in their dreams, Ere lights the east with dawn's faint gleams. I bring the rain-clouds from the sea The shadows fall on lake and lea; The thirsty plants nod thanks to me, And yield mo treasures of perfume, The sweet mementos of their bloom, To bear away to climes of gloom, To tell the Northland's prisoned flowers Hiding the slow, aark winter hours, While chill and gray the dull sky lowers: Long though your time of waiting be, And firm the chains that fetter ye, Lose not your hope -ye shall be free I" Augusta J). JfJium, in The Current. GOING A-FIS11ING. Somo pcoplo would rathor stay at homo and h...

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 November 1885

!J-5 C: FARM MANAGEMENT. Bowing Ityo for PasturcrrodnclnK Pork nt the Leant Expense. Ionic Reasons "Why tho Keeping of Sheep is so Unprofitable Other Topics. Sow a Field of Kyc Rye is one of tho most important crops that can bo thrown, not only for the value of its graiu and straw but on account of tho variety of purposes to which it can bo applied. The grain is readily salable, and is also fod to horses on some farms, while jts straw is considered superior to all other kinds, owing to its length and superior quality, as bedding. It can bo con veniently handled, and is clean and freo from dust as compared with shorter kinds. Every farmor should sow a Held of rye for early pasture. It can be put in the ground in tho fall, as it is very hardy and stands the win ter in all sections of the country, springing up early in the spring, long before oilier grasses have begun to Btart. Farmers who have had difficul ty in keeping their stock in healthy condition when fed through a long winter o...

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 November 1885

I , jqi mrL WMntwMiiwimwiiuM mmumttm &ihTywm'MttifaAiMw.imitimTMLaijk4MkwmunmMUKMiBMAuuj u'!WEHJiWJMrjuiu4nmTttf' TIE CHEYENHE TRANSPORTER, A. WIT5JLI2BJ2N. G. P MOTE, Red Fork Ranch-, I.T' 9SM (1,t,,er hip horse M '""and sHniooniort Mialh oulcoi-. H. W. KEY. WITZLEBEN & KEY. SUCCESSORS TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL. KANSAS, ' . Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, - &Wenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, 1ND, TO Tens Land and JEKi ft hip c: Bho.ildr S3 wms MmwviSsiZf JOE ANDERSON i'PHfuninp red bif'Uf nw a o intnTer, ENERAL UTF1TTEBS, a rr- r WVltflT CSiKmK'' wfv I - iLrS -hi wf rll ra&. i J .-, fl ? sste-xa G 0 rs iL4H lWL Jm;t. in Mw:!F W Jl"i' n i i f - n ijugw uflici ana uimarron icncrs. Klnw irl Jrirnan('lh. t . ...... ..... .tMOliauuvtlJ .Ull. li; i 1IINU 5Ck ?3B!SSWl tf -naB5'CBKa3 tJrynda en oirVr hip. -dis or hot", known as tho frbranu. Old nmic, h alJv fok lu right; now odd under blMn left. ADDITIONAL JJHIANDS. Both eidos. Hwic, crop and...

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 November 1885

w 'mm.t Jttnwrmmtt uwn&u&VO&xs&s njt?waawiigjrtaAfca3y.ti fc i' t I. IDE UME TRUSFOUHL -- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cayenne anil Arapalioe Agency, DARLINGTON, ihd, TEL E1AFJTET & MERRITT, Editors and Publishers. NOV. 30, 1S85. Kntorert ntthe PogtoOlconl Darlington, na second claas matter. TJ!!g?,ir,1!!'lnMWIwiiuimuatiiAt(l' 'hjiudhh.. raw Notice. Having sold my business at this place to Messrs. Alecks fc Hays, I will lie obliged to all parties owing me accounts to cull on mc nt the Tiiahsi-oktku office and settle amounts clue. Prompt attention will oblige Very respectfully T. Cokkmll. Messrs. D. Hays and C. Y. Mcoks have gone ensl to buy goods. A flm-clisR burber chair, mirror, razors and ii complete barber's outfit, tor sale at a bargain by Lafe Merritfc. llev. Haury wa here during (.he week and preached on Smid.iy evening in the Arapahoe school chapel. Mrs. Amnml.1 Keller U here from Em poria on 11 visit to her sister, Mr. John Aluiphy, of the Darl...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 November 1885

3 THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. ESTABLISHED 1879. MAFFETT & MERRITT, Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Tor OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL, Novelist Crawford is said to havo a yory flexible barytone voice. Henry Clay bestowed the title -Queen City oi tho West" on Cincin nati in 1828. JonN Ruskin says that "knowing classic tongues and history is the primary difference between a gontlo man and a clown." TWENTY-FOUK O'CLOCK; TnoMAs A. Edison, tlio eloctricUjj, is extremely fond of music. Ho plays tolerably woll on the piano by ear, not being able to read notes. Although ho is troubled by doafnoss, he hoars music without difhcwlty, and remem bers with ease the intricate airs of operas. The largest salmon over caught in tho Dee, at Chester, was taken re cently by Thomas Taylor, fishing at Connah's quay. Tho Jish was four feet two inches in length and two feet three inches in girth, and turned the scale at fifty pounds. T...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 November 1885

' 1 I 1 CITY OF UNKNOW DEAD. The Potter's Field oi flew York Ono Hun dred and Fifty JJodlcs in One Grave. In 18G8 the commissioners of char ties and correction found it necessary to find a burial-placo for the poor, and so the largo plot on the east sido of Hart's island, up the sound some twen ty miles or more from the city, was socurcd. During the war the island had been used as a camping-ground for union soldiers, and also as a place of imprisonment for rebel soldiers, and the first burial of the dead there wero union soldiers. A uoat little union cemetery where sleep hundreds of those who w hero enlisted in tho causo of the union now graces tho island, and a beautiful soldiers' monument and scores of lesser marblo tombstonos mark tho resting-places of those who died while encamped on tho island. Since 18(58 something over -11,000 of tho city's poor, frioudloss, and un known dead have been buried in the city cemetery, which adjoins that in which are buried tho romains of the sold...

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 November 1885

fgrmmmu.nmmMUMmm.njm m, imiJiiimnjMBii uiiymijujininiiiawiiiniwin FyEysffUfyWrK T. CONNELL, Itanco Cottonwood creek, Indian Territory . Till Lincoln In charge. W. 15, Roberts & Sou, J. A. McCor mlok manager Dnrllnutoii. I. T lln0 on Got. onwood and Campbell creeks ?J on left loin O on left should r ROAD BRANDS m and ii on lett I'll 1 mSsmlk TILL L1NCOIN. CHEYENNE A AttAPAHOK CATTLE CO. (L1MITJ3U) Postofflco address : E. Kkni.oh, Manager, Cantonment, Indian Terry. iAvMVi -"6ilC && aestih Known as Apple Brand. additional i hun D-. : PHffftt wfiBsSsssSaar Horse Brand . &K BOB &3 P59 HT W&Jl kbuEl rH21 fra? ft fm.1 m. The above brands on either side or hip. JJjj on left aide. jj on right side O on left hip. BOO on side. O B O JS w w ti'io iidwvf1), w a. MoKENNEY, OVER & CO ( amp MJpiny, I. T. cattle ri'ti;t un Beaver orouk. tttlc branded on both i its and jaws. Earm'k pin rlKht and grub loft. nsesorandedon lort nip .'icasi'ot herd bur trom u ft Jaw to point o...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 December 1885

b CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER f Maffkt Sc Merritt, Editors and Publishers. (ESTABLISHED, 1S79.) One Dollar a Year. Vol 7 MBWMiWMaiWWIMIJlJJL.J'UXKjrJJaH.U.J.Ui"UMUilfctiJU-.UtJl -JUJl'llI1 k-CBTOSwJQBMBfca'trllwwisR'ft ' Darlington, Indian Territory : Dec. 21, 1885 No. 5. ! Willi .III III IB 3HH nwKg w B. BARKER, m m xisriDXJLisr t:r,-:d:e:r, sd o-isisriEiRiiL i store, DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY. KMXTgstxzuutU'aMmAwmujMJSsaaxtCxTcsKa J ii, CAIwD 1! t fl "J 1 ' J$$T'GRKETTNG : My now stock has arriycd and been opened up, and if you can't be suited, you will have to go outside of the Territory, if not beyond Kansas. In my store you will find Ladies', Children's and Misses' Shoes of the best make and latest styles ; Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Hosiery in fancy and white colors ; Ladies', Misses' and Childrcns' Shawls, in beautiful patterns, from the finest to the lower grades ; an attractive line of Ladies' and Men's Silk Handkerchiefs in white and fancy colors; Blankets and Spreads of ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 December 1885

SOME ONE AT THE DOOIL Awnkcl O Iicnrtl and Bleep no mor' There's Borne one knocking at tlio door; Ilia feeUwvo conio n weary way; And Btlll abldo your long delay. Though chilling dews have wet his locks Ilo patient stands, and gently knocks, Your silence grieves him. Illse, O heart, Unbar the door lest Christ depart. For Chr st It Ib who deigns to stand And as!t for what he might demaud An open door, a ready scat, A welcomo for his presence sweet. lie comes to save you by his grace; lla comes to bring you heaven's place. Awake I 0 heart I and sleep no moiol There's some one knocking at the door. Richard Gear llobbn, m The Current, A THANKSGIVING TARTY. It was a noal conifortablo kitchon, though wholly lucking in ornament. Tho lloor was us whito :is soup and sand and willing hands could mako it, and was woll matched by tho angular woodon chairs, which had become al most ghastly from ropcatod scrub bing. 'fho brass knobs on tho dresser, and ovon tho pendulum of tho loud ticking old cl...

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