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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 December 1885

in INDIGNANT SIOMLON WIVES. Most of ThPin Unto tho Edmunds Law niul Those Who Yield to It Apostlo Snow Snyn tho .Mormons Don't Fractlco rolypimy to an Extent Worth linking a Kow About. A Salt Lake correspondent to The New York Sun, says: Tho first round botweon tho United States govern ment and tho polygamous Mormons having como to an end with twenty eight or thirty of tho lat tor in prison, tho saints who have not yet been ap prehended are doing their best to stimulato tho faith and oourago of each other. Bishop Clawsou's grand iloquent remark on receiving his sen tence, that ho would rather tako im prisonment and honor than freodom and dishonor, is now heard on ovory hand, and few Mormons fail to repeat it at 07ory opportunity. Tho great majority of tho women aro furious enemies of tho government, and they have mado life a burden to tho saints who havo weakened. Brigham Young once mado tho remark that a man who would not go to jail for his wives did not doscrvo to havo ono wife, 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. — 21 December 1885

a wntMiwmuwwMMME IK CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER.. I i m Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. GpiM and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, 1ND, TER. " "" -' - -i -- - T.ii i i. yracicwrmtjtTEi - - - - - - j, . -. . . -- - ... - .-,-. i ii 1 1 mmm m, A. WITSRLEBJSN. T$. W. 3CKY. Texas hnfl and mycMjTI WlTZLEBEN & Key, srccEssons to York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. OALWEIL, KANSAS, 1 Km w&mkhmsr m t I I ENERAJL I iUTFITTERS, -------- Cjk - (J B MOTS, RedFoikHnnoh,!. T' cither lilpliorno- brandmimaoniert shouloor. left hip or should- saur r. w Me CM and Cimarron im. W !Wi O. Kowa KM & Kansas City Mo. $h rp fSraxtds on tlVr hip. aide or both, knorni as tho Sh brand. Old nn-k. ovaliow foik In right ; novf Gdx! under bit in Irft. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. vxm Both Dlileo. Hark, orop on udder bit l e both. 2mm brand aamo ao cattlo, on right hip. ID. E. WILSON, Manager. Eanch. and Trail Tupplles. FOrWardillg Of GOOtlS lothc Indian Territory promptly attended to. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, (lo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 December 1885

rt 'WMwMaamUa &5Xmntt.ttvmmMumt hrj KHASER & On URN, 1 ELLSWORTH TORRKT & SON, IDE GHEmiE TMBPUIIB. Subscription, Per Year, in Advance. Owyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON ira. tbk. DEC. ar, 1S85. Entored at the Poslofllce at Darlington an cscond cluss matter. i""nbion, as Notice. f v,n8,ol( wy business nt this place Jo Messrs. MeekscfcHiiys, I will be obliged to all parties nwiii mo accounts to call on me at the Traxspoiitisu ollice and settle arnountH due. Prompt attention will oblige Very respectfully T. Conkbll. Born, to Air. and Mrs. n. F. Keller, a boy baby. wl0i,Jt,.?e,0ry ll,1(1 Frcsh Select Oyster? ac . B. Barker's. Major Barker leaves here this week for iw vSt ,"? WiU 8pe,Kl New Yoar J Isew York City. A Christmas entertainment will be held at our mission on Wednesday evenimr, the 23rd inst. at G o'clock. A kind invi tation to attend is extended to all by the employees of the Mennonite mission. The traders, Meek & Hays and Y B. Barker, have had a "brick"...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 December 1885

Mn THE CHEYENNE THSPHEH ESTABLISHED 1879. MAFFETT & MEREITT, Editors and Proprietors. fUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Tor OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. Miss Mamie Dickbns, tho oldest daughtor of the novelist, has written a brief biography of her fathor. Tisnnib Claffin's husband, tho Viscondo do Monsorrata, is a rich doalor in India shawls in London. Gov-eikct Fouakisu is l'oportocl as saying "that tho American public must havo eithor a horo or a victim." Vogl, tho famous Gorman tenor, lias a farm in tho Bavarian Alps on which somo far-famed chocso is mado. Ex-Pkksident Gonzales, of Mox ico, has had articlos of impeachment prosontod against him in tho Mexican congress. The Countess do Rochfoucauld'and tho Countoss do Bothuno appear on tho real ostato assessment rolls in Now Orleans for $100,000. TIlIfiYALIi TALK SHOP. Mu. Blaine is reported to havo onco naid, in roply to a remark: "In poli tics thoro is no gratitudo. Politics moan...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 December 1885

xmKMRttiMMMMCCn A TOWN WITH ONE INHABITANT. Con- Uo Takes Visitors Around unci Gossips corning His Former Neighbors. A Coinovilio, Cat, corrcspondont writes as follows to The Is'cw J orh Sun: For iivo or six yours old Peto Porous has boon tho only rusidont of this town. Ho was hero lirst and ho is horo last. Ho saw tho mining camp develop, ovolute, and decline It was ho who welcomed all tho now-comors and bado all tho outdoors good-by. Thoro aro twenty or thirty houses in tho place, but only his is tonantcd. Tho others stand about as they wero left by their last occupants. Some of them aro in good condition, with win dows and doors in place, but others are rickety and tumble-down. Tho Comovilio fever was violont, and it soon faded away. Of the twen ty or thirty mines hero nono havo over paid, and during all the timo that thoy wero worked not enough bullion was taken out of them to pay for tho tobacco consumed in tho place. Peto .Fergus kept a boarding-house, and it was not his busin...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 21 December 1885

MM HMMwani ijjJMaawiii m$ a nmammummmmmt mw w ouott r ftr aaawi MKVJMNurjwkaKaa KtwowaisriiwirBWJh.miHiv T. CONNELL, ftiPjEt Cottonwood crcok, Indian Torrltory. Tilt Lincoln In chargo. W. B. Roberts & Son, 3. A. McCor mlok. manager Darlington, I. T Range on Cot tonwood and Campboll crooks ItOAD BKAND3 Fjon loft loin $1V jku0 i TILL LINCOLN. lilt M TES1 ffNT HI Ms Space' is Reserved for &HAYS O on left nhouldr and li on loft shoulder and loin. JOHN P. BAIRD, Postofllco address, Darlington, Indian Territory 1 ff ' -"l oriran liRAiinr, sal Fej Us HOUSE 2SKAKDS MEEKS rial? UK TOWN BEND & PL KETT Fost-ofliee, Sac and Fo Acency, nditu territory. Successors' to CONNELL, CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE .CATTLE CO. (Luunud.) Pdstofflco address : E. FssLYvvl&Trtijroiv Cifetoticaont, Indian Terry. Knwn as Applj Birond. Horso Brand. Aaonrnoaii3AND9 : m &mtom Sis S . Tho nbovib bramlotroltnor aldo or hip. O on Ieltihhjin. BQCD On 8ldo.- 025Xr$ZflCQ" iSir jf m-Bmftil McKENNEY, OVER &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. — 12 January 1886

30 CHEYENNE TMNSPOETEt MAFFET & Merbitt, Editors antl Publisher. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) Osi: Dollar a Ybak. No. 6.' VL7 Darlington, Indian Territory : Jan. 12, 1886. KiJunm.ai'JUiiiiii rZ2MZiF?K3BS&S3B5i IPMWlfctjjhAjt.u iii-iiJBiwWiWHBHHWWiUMWfcMWiWiB M i K&;,Jr&ik:jkV"tfMHne.'i2iK2JiMHaHBM aii i v li: E! p & BARKER DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERBITOliY. A QiLSill jj0PtPtEETINO : My now stoGk has arrived and bcenopone'cT up, and it' you caWf.bo suitod, you .will have to go outside- of the Territory, if not beyond Kansas. In my store you .will find Ladies', Children's and Misses' Sho.es of the best make and latest styles ; Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Hosiery in fancy and white colors ; Ladies', Missas' and Childrens Shawls, in beautiful patterns, from the finest to the lower grades ; an attractive lino oi Ladies and- Mohs Colored 'g ess Silk Handkerchiefs m white and iancy colors ; Blankets and Spread's ot the best quality and beautiiul styles ; Damask, Bed Ticking, a ...

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 January 1886

I EIGHT UKEAT MEN. "Tho Vcnorablo but Fun-Lovliijy Monitors of .tho Supremo Ilouch Why Attfy. Ucn. Oar laud Is Unqualified for a Soat Intcr osthitr Kcnilnlscouccfl. A Washington correspondent of The .'Boston Advertiser whites: At tho capi ftol tho othor I droppod into tho su .preino court room. Tho nino judgos woro on tlio bonch, thrco lawyers in side tho mil. and live spectators on tho benches. It was as quiont as could bo, ami tlio chiof intoresfc conlorod in a very lively debato botweon ono of tho attorneys and old Judge Millor. Aftor 'Congress oonvonos and tho capitol is .thronged with visitors, tho court will bo honored with more spectators, but tho scono of its labor is always drowsy and Ullod with a hoavinoss born of 'decorum and stiffnoss. Tho judges -aro all in remarkably good hoalth,and daily congratulate ihomsolvcs and indulge in jokos based on that fact. Chief Justice Waito lias roturnod from Europo with vory pleasant romom brancosof hospitable ontortainmonts and in hott...

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 January 1886

. , -1 j - rii x' ul " i nnWMiii . imii-i, i iiw nun w'i"H'j m w't-i.tii" ' "r ti !"'" "liMiiffrr HW i ONE ONLY. In the dawning of days, so ancient That Time with its tremulous boat Could never tell oil or ennuinbcr The years with their hurry! my feet, The high Ood sat deftly spinning Through ages and scons he wrought, While stars and their worlds were asnioncd In the breath of a marvelous thought. nil the void and the darkness were peopled, And the white shining angels that grew From the web of His Infinite power Each trembled, and wondered, and knew That their Maker was God. and their mission To learn Ills desire aiul do 1 lie sat in the silence, the centre Of all that had been or could be. He rode o'er the ages, as countless As sands 'neath the surge of the sea, And every heart-pulse of creation Proved God and none other than lie I In the cool falling shadows of even, While the weary of men were at rest, And the motheis of Israel sang softly With baby-lips pressed to the breast, ...

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 January 1886

G;B RIOTS' Re ' Fork Ranch. I. T A. Wrr-ZLttDBN. "l THE CHEYENNE TiUSrOIIBL ' 'I m I" ' Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance . t&mm ana Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND. TER. Tcas Land and Weltil and Cimarron RiraHp fgl' 0 KVoirft Km &Krtm City "hQ. Am WlTZLEBEN & Key, SUCCESSORS TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Go. CALDWELL, KANSAS, General Outfitters Eanch and Trail Supplies. FOrWarding Of GOOdS to the Indian Territory promptly attended to. either lup-lmrso maud sumo on loll s.iouleor. eft liinorshouldr (flHwX UKircmmmBr-B1 !T lK v B lrl 1 " K8: Ojon light .side JOE ANDERtON Pi5toni'' Fred i hlclui nw v n lnn Indian Ter. nmnrnmnKKKMimi LIWEWJUJm '.El" iwMiwnuu'jHmfliLmujJj.;'wa. flratldfl on clfr hff, sldo or both knonn ns tin fffi brand. Old nvi'lc, sv allow fork la right ; now Q'Jdunder bit In left. ADDITION A Ii RXANDS; XBoth Bldaa, Marie, crop and under bit ! tot. iaoro brand samo as cattle, on riant hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. - STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, Ge...

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 January 1886

f.J!" " " iHk 'l iiNawmiijWmfny . -ir,'ri('''''MweJ,wpwsaWL m ) j 7 ) I a' THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. mi. n Subscription, Per Year, in Advance. ' .1 &mm and Arapahoe Agency. DARLINGTON, IND. TER. JAN. 12, 1886. stored nttho Poatoflfco at Darlington, at neond class mutter. T V Potter, of the Arapahoe scliool, Just returnod iror.i'11 trip to Texas on Horse buck iTD".ulJicr,.or UV Agency ladies met with ifi5n?vi1!e,.1K0n ""doy lor a fancy-work uee and had a good time The postmaster at Vlnita sends New Year rreet ng to the Ttansiortkr in a novel way maiikyou, fair one; litre's 1 he same 10 you. Lost week Mr J II. Soger received by wit'o &t alnut.IllB Und roartaand irregular stutro fng tlm l5n,2fflCVCnUKl Mr Sc,,-C'r from oltcl1" Mable L. Greone Is the name of n yournr niece ot Dr- and Mrs. Whiting, who arrived to take a portion In the Chovenne school She S5SyoSS!Si??.tw Spvh,ES' a,ul i8,Umml r W. JIy oclal1u is here as cattle inspector for the Cherokee Strip Livestock association...

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 January 1886

teer tm virrttrienrf-tVVKartrmaf m j ja3ratTXwatnear m:j.jm matarmi j-jui.f : i&Cismat i THE UHBIE TRAHSPORTEi., Established 1879. MLA.FFETT & MBRRITT, Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Tor OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. SBNATOK COCKRELL llilS lllllf il lloZCll -coildrcn uboul him. Clara Morris is said to have died iiiory times histrionically, than any American actress. i n Mrs. Duff, one of "josh Billings daughters, is a woman of rare ingenu ity and of uncommon artistic taste and ability. The Mary who has been immortal ized in verse as the damsel who had a little lamb, is still in Somerville, Mass., as Mrs. Tyler. Georgia statesmen have grown tired of wearing second-hand clothes, and tho legislature just passed a law to prohibit the practice of importing cast-oil' cloth- inir into the state. John C. Calhoun, grandson of the great nulliiier, is an Arkansas planter. Ho is a largo and heavy man, but well pro...

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 January 1886

- - - II H""-T"! ' "U-""Um! "'"""'WWBWMH IMMMM M, , , , , .U1LLJU111-J1J feW TO J3EC031E A SAILOtt. llotlno hlfo on llio United States Training Ships Successful Operation of tho School for the Improvement of American Seamanship. Tho ollbrts of tho navy dopartinont to educate and train a body of young Americans, through tho training school system, forsoamon for tho navy, says The Nciu York Mur, has proved an Admirable and successful experiment. In the early clays of the history of tho navy tho hardy iishormon of Now En gland supplied tho service with a splondid body of well-educated, ex perienced soamou. During tho rovo lutiomuy war through tho long con tost of 1812-14, and up to tho Mexican war, and, indeed, until tho civil war, an abundance of theso young men manned our ships. TJio Incroaso of tho navy called ior by the oxigoncios of a tremendous struggle, including tho blockade of a long coast, demand ed more men than tho lishmon could supply, and it bocamo nocossary to draw from ...

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 January 1886

WCTWIWIWSBB T. CONNELL, Range Cottonwood orcck, Indian anltory. Till Lincoln In ohrtrge. W. B, Roberts & Son, J. A. McCor mlok, manager Darlington. l.T Range on Got tonwood and Campbell crooks ,yCT,wfiaiatfynyiniw K0A1) 11UAND3 rgl on loft loin &&&&,. ,1k jkV $11 lift1 jr ftl TILL LINCOLN. O on left should r nn a ii on ieu ahoulderand loin. This Space is Eeservefl. for JOHN P. BAIRD, Postoffleo address, Darllugtou, Indian Territory MEEK OT1IEK BRANDS : raj w HORSE IlltAKDS t A. . TOWNSEND & PICKETT. Post-office, Sac and Fox Asency, Indian Territory. m Successors' to HAV Hfflw? &rr. . BS3:."a-s. sstJiJ&ssfi jr -., -"-Vi??VKi23A: m JL CONNELL, CHEYENNE & ARAPAHOE CATTLE CO. (LIMITED) Postoffleo nddros3 : E. Fenlon, Manager, Cantonment, Indian Torry. Who are now in the East buying a new Stock of Goods. The new firm will have something to say in our next issue. ism Same on both sides Same on both slues Horse biand, IOA on hip Various car marks and old...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1886

13 f V V VyJLJL 1 i JL JLJO-i -O JJ rilTI A "T CI "OiiTi nPTJrl Mawiot & MERR1TT, Editors .m1 ' i t'h3.v (KlAUITSlIhl), 1S79.) Hr. Dnr.I.AR A YliAK VL7 DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY : JAN. 28, 1886. NO. 7. r:rxjvv,r'JWMiKWAi-jiAvgBiiriLx. i.tiuha,urjjLtiMfvaimjixMiwMui.t.iit '' ''.'a ------ - - !l 4" "Q 13 A 1-2 11 l?D 11 'ii (HH DAEUNGTON, INDIAN TEK1UTOKY. A GAfLB wnufji.iivi :r' t'.'.'r'i.'.'.'.mn ri ca jPGREETINTi : My now stock bus amyocrancl.beonopeic up, and if you can't be Hiiitril, you will lmve.lo :") outside of the Territory, if not beyond Kansas. I11 mr store yip will find Ladies', Children's and Mines' Shoes of Iho best make and latest styles ; Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Hosiery in fancy and whito colors ; 1' lio. ', Misses' and Childrens' Shawls, in beautiful patterns, from the finest to the lower, grades ; an r.ttractivo line of Lj.dirjV and Men's Silk Handkerchiefs in white and fancy colors; Blankets and Spreads of the best jii ility and btautiful slyhs; Colo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1886

i..ujimJWUJi wimmnmewtmLtn UJlMElt L0VKIU3. Ench Rounding for (ho other's heart, WVvo spent an lillc Umo together, And plinll wo grieve to drift apart When tin re's tut etui of summer uonlUor! You ui o the season's greatest cateh, Considered so by sons of Mammon; While I am mi ItutllleienL match My future prospects clomls utul gammon. Yet, oh, 1 would you were my own, A llihurman's unguarded daughter, 60 deep Into my life you've gt own While here wo courted by tho water. If you woio poor in worldly sense, My strong right arm l'u throw about yon; Hut I must'Rpare my eloquence And bravely learn to llvo without you. Not one would thlnlc I lovod you, dear, , For dimples on Muse trleky hmiios; Tlilw Is the business time nf year When papa's girl her coupon cashos. Atul I must, too, to market hie, 'TIb dangerous here to longer tarry; A six-foot furtuno-hunt,r I Sonic do tverrd ogress 1 sha'l marry. Jlomuucu Is now denied us qu to; I am too poor you are too ch vcr; And wlion we kiss and pai...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1886

,35 nMBeonnreePH FARM MANAGEMENT. Small Farms Not Generally Better Tilloil or Moro Productivo Than Larger Ones rcach-Ituisliig in Georgia. Is the Llttlo Farm Well Tilled T It is tho general belief that it is. Of late thore has boon much complaint about tho increase in tho size of farms in several of the states. Jn a few in stances ailompts have been mado to limit by legislation tho sizo of farms owned and managed by one person. Newspapers have "published sousation al articles on "bonanza farming," and an attempt has been made to show that tho prosperity of the country was en dangered by having largo bodies of land pass under tho management of a fow enterprising f armors who pos sessed sulliciont capital to manago them by means of machines and hired labor. Thero was groat rojoiciug in some parts of tho country when many of tho large planters in the south wore compelled to divide their estates. It was thought that the same amount of land would bo much moro productivo when owned and ma...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1886

lUJJJWWlWIJJIJWMWgiUlWUXJJMLJL'MU.LL.r-Wvrj IK CHEVENNE TRANSPORTER, .-- c. l,...'-i: ouoscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. 6b9p anil Arapahoe Agency, MKLINGTON, ino. TEE, nan Texas Land and FRANK L. FRED, '"'" '" I III llll in" I IIWtMMiM ! in i -mil miiim C 6ACTIB CMffiWjJ,, jf Eagle Chief and Cimarron Rivers, w f--JL0'01" Kas & Kansas at? Mo. tim wSESftfig' ).. . i byapfla AD5R Brands on cior hip. side or both, known as the TS brand. Old rn.nk, c.allow foik In rlsbt ; now add under bit In left. ADDITION A li BItANDS. tjfcc Both aldoj. Marli, crop and undor bit la Bin both. Homo brand same aa cattle, on rlcht hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, GenM manager. Cheyenne. Wyoming. R. M. Allen, Assist Manager. Mobeotlo, Texas. . JX $ m ml., w m May have oltliPi . taid or both, mid on an) p it of animal 0nletj'iv lloiso brand JD (connected) bar on leu hip Range in com pany's pasturo, on North Canadian river. GEORGE REYNOLDS. (colored) Uorse G tt loft shoulde...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1886

3'D wmiWMriihrtwi)iMMiitft&)lgfiai WHSM&& wa4JaateiMasaMiiww 'ZZt THE CHEVEHHE TRANSPORTER. i i ii Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Aeency, DARLlMTOfi. IND. TEH. MAFPET & UERBITT, Editors and Publishers. TAN. A 1886. Entered at tho Poslofllce at Darlington, oa socond cluso mutter. Notice. Tlaving sold my sloro atDnrling- ton, nil parties owing mo will plcuso call on Mr. G. D. Williams, at tlio Agency ofllcc, and pay the same, as I have placed all accounts duo the late atoro business in his hands for collection T. Cokpell. Darlington, I. T., Jan. 28, 1880. j?res:h Oystora at Meoks & Hays'. Mr. Eastland has bought the ilubbcll resi dence, which is a cosey property. Ourmischievious olnee devil caught another victim on the "type louco" rackot. Geo. Vanllorn came up with Mr. Whitlow Irom the Washita and spent a few days hero. The Darlington hotel has put in a stock rf smoking material for the accommodation of its guests Mccks & Hays wil...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1886

MHMMMKT tewmmamimnm iuimn,miAmmuujiuuJi'"-l)U"uJJ'"- THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. F.STABLISI-IED 1879. MAFFBTT & MBRRITT, Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Tor PERSONS AND THINGS. Bonanza Mackay's woalth is osti matod at $180,000,000. Senator Gkay Bayard's succossor ib said to bo ono of tho handsomost men in congress. Foun thousand and two lnmdrod mon aro at work on tho Russian rail way in central Asia. Rev. FniLLirs Buooks is ono of tho contributors to tho fund for building tho now Fronch cathedral in Boston. Walt Whitman fears that "ho will lose his sight. For souio timo ho has been so lame that it was necessary to assist him in getting into his carriago for a drivo. in addition to this alllic tion, fcr sovoral days ho has boon unablo to seo anything distinctly. Loud Hautington thinks that the most brilliant period of Mr. Glad stono's career was that in which ho as chancellor of tho exchequer was car ry...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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