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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1886

137 CHLORIDE OF ZINC. A Deadly PoIhoii Employed in the Canned Goods Trade Tho Probable Parent of Kidney Disease. Tho canning business aroso to its enormous proportions by honest man agement, and has received its present sot-baek not from sensational journal ism, but because tho canners in their mad greed for gain left tho woll-known and safo method of sealing thoir cans with rosin for tho use of ono of tho most deadly poisins known to science. Chloride of zinc is a poison almost as doailly as arsenic. When you consider how heavy zinc is you can consider how littlo is necessary to dostroy a human body. Why the canners should abandon tho safo process of soaling with rosin and adopt a dangerous ono of mingling poison with food it is in teresting to inquire, and a brief history of tho business will show how this has taken place. It requires some skill to solder with rosin Jlux. It requires none to solder with zinc; tho solder will stick to tho tin in anybody's hands. Skilled work men co...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 January 1886

y i hUiIi iiM i F.mHMUlHWHWtWI BBPBI BttrusKtMmUjiMiWWwnis(j3ir? tpaaasgi?MKa5siiaa;cvgggnawawBW T. CONNKLL, Range Cottonwood orcok, Indian Terrltorr. TSU Lincoln in charge. W. B, lioouia & Son, .1. A. AlcCor nilok, manager - It A -7w uaruuKiun, i. x ft llsinsrn nn (Int. V'jffjaveW'J''- - . tj &R tonwood and Campboll crooks -A. it - vn y? r it Ti J?! - 4- j ta J,i., .07, ..-.tr m; ' ' - 110AT) BUAND1 ou left loin w ' u.1 um-amaajgauimut j w Mm'puuw Jmjp J I rra f 5 t&M .4 V '4T TILL LINCOLN. p" ''vnwvrai rx :a j jT" . s t' " j CHEYENNE & AUAPAUOJ: CATTLE CO. Pottufilco mldioss : E. Y: m'k, 1inager, Cantonment, Indian Terry. This S'oace Is Eesrve& m PS 6cya cK XlxiLx iO, O on left abouldr and Is on lore hcuMer.md kin. JOilN P. BAIBD. Postofflse a-ldrjy?, D.uUnston, Indt in Territory m 01 HSR BRANDS : HOUSE BRANDS wa ieCa 8w & T0W18J2ND i riCKETT. rost-ofiice, r.c and iVx Agency, Indian Teirltory. )Succc.c-rors to nn CO 5 Who are now in the East buying if new S...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 February 1886

m TIUNSPOKTER, uJtLJli I JLl 1 Hj Maffet & Merritt, Editors and Publishers. (HSTAliUSHKD, 1879.) One Dollar a Y At. VL7 Darlington, Indian Territory : Feb. 20, -J8S6. MwwswttntagijaoaacgsjraHgyvitwgBJTcv TEyjMMgsB. ic wc sg jx jhm,vi p: jt'ix'j ijaasiawBitfCTHeCTB imi ujam ssgsss A lfv 1 r7 V Kl M Si WV f fe' r.a kj y ; . N1- 4, fH k.l.i: uiiwnJiiwMMJUimiiniitmwuwiiim w s ft -TT .DARLINGTON, INDIAN TE1UHTORY. No. s. scoraamgavzzjii; uasM v?xotavratrs A CAEP j&'TiREETING : ?iy now stock has arrived and boeii 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' Shoo of the best make and latest styles ; Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' losiory in fancy and white colors ; Ladies', Misfces' and Childrcns' Shawls, in beautiful patterns, from tlm finest to the lowfcr grades ; an attractive line of Ladies' and Men's Silk Handkerchiefs in white and fancy colors ; .Blankets 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. — 20 February 1886

SOME ONK AT THE DOOR. Awnkc! 0 hcnrtl and Bleep no more! Thcre'a some ono knocking nt llio door; His feetluive como n weary way; And fltlll Rhldo your long delay. Though chilling dews have wet his locks Be patient stands, and gently knocks, Your silence grieves him. Rise, O heart, Unbar the door lest C hrlst depart. For Chr'st It Is who deigns to stand And ask or what he might demand An open door, a ready seat, Awotcomc for his presence sweet. lie comes to save you bv his grace; lie comes to bring you heaven's place. Awake 1 0 heartl and sleep no more! There's some one knocking at the door. Richard Gear Jobbx, in The Current, A THANKSGIVING PARTY. It was a new I comfortablo kitchon, though wholly lacking in ornamont. Tho lloor was as white as soap and sand and willing hands could mako it, and was woll matched by tho angular woodon chairs, which had become al most ghastly from ropoatcd scrub bings. Tho brass knobs on tho drcssor, and oven the pendulum of tho loud ticking old clock sh...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 February 1886

3 f ! f i ) t ft I. !' INDIGNANT SIOKJION WIVKS. Most of Thorn ilatc tho Edmunds Law tind Those "Who Yield to It Aiioatlo Snow Sayp tho 31 urinous Don't Practice I'olyjramy to an Extent Worth Making a Kow About. A Sail Lake correspondent to The Nciu York Sun, says: Tho iirst round botwocn tho Unitod States govorn mont and tho polygamous Mormons having coifio to an end with twenty eight or thirty of tho latter in prison, tho saints who liavo not yet been ap prehended are doing their best to stimulate tho faith ami courage of each other. .Bishop Clawson's grand iloquent remark oil rooeiving his sen tence, that ho would rather take im prisonment and honor than freodom and dishonor, is now heard on every hand, and few Mormons fail to repoat it at every opportunity. Tho great majority of tho women are furious enemies of the government, and thoy have mado lifo a burden to the saints who havo weakoned. 13righam Young onco mado the remark that a man who would not go to jail for his wives di...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 February 1886

SEE HE CHEYENHE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. i Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, 1ND, TEH Imi Land and urn mm- 7crwJ! V FRANK L. FRED, P.rrlft Plunf nn, ni, n.-.-I Ul lia&io omm aim uiuidi run nirL'JS. yj v o. K'onn Kii & Human (,'ltjr Mo. firt naE ZZ& Brands on urnr hip. Mde or hot., known n the Tf bruin), O d in li, s- allow foilt In right ; now add under Mt n iffr ADDITIONAL I5RANDS. vm Both aldeo. Mark, crop and undar bit la &r both Horua brand isama cs cattle, on right hip. IS. ID. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE 00, A T nnbblt. (ion'l mnniiircr. Choyonn Wyoming. R. M Allen Assist Manager. Mobeetle, Texas. INDIAN TRAD'R Dealer in General Merchandise, Kiowa, Comanche & Wieliita Agency, Anadarko, Indiaji Terr. i wM-MJ KM on light .side. 0 H MOTJE Re Fori; Ranch. I. T fit hot hlD horse tiflfl tiiiind saint! on led s.oulcor. ft hip orahpuldr JOB ViNDERsON. P toflW 'rod hlckji inv ). fndlnn Tor. g:Wl keep constantly on hand a compl...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 February 1886

fu XMaUOMttUSKqcattWIM I h 1 T V m tHEIEIIE TRAHSPORTER. i . i Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, -. I l. ! I iflumuc anil Arapahoe Agency, DARLIN&TON. IND. TER, The Bridge. JtAFl'ET & BTERKITT, Editors and Putaliuhcrs. FKK. 20, 1SS6. Entered ni tho I'ostofllce at Darlington, as mcojuI olass matter. Notice. Having sold my store at Darling ton, all parties owing me wll pleaae call on Air. G. D. Williams, at the Agency oillee, and .pay the name, an I have placed all aeeonntH dfte the late store business in liia hands lor 'Collection T. Connki.l Darlington, J. T., Jan. 2H, 1SS0. nammim Supt. Whiting, at the Cheyenne school, has been quite si ok tliis week, being con JQnud to his loom. Atnonj; the late arrivals at tho Arapa hoe school is Lee II.ill. named in honor of Indian Agent Jl.ul, of Wichita Agency. Col. Suninei anil Capt. Agent Lee took a drive out among the Indian farms on Wednesday. The Colonel drives one of the most stylish teams in the country. The daily mail serv...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 February 1886

THE CH EV ENNEjm AN S PORTER. ESTABLISHED 1879. MAFFETT & MERRITT, Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Durlington, Indian Tor OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. Miss Mamie Dickens, tho oldest daughter of the novelist, 1ms written a brief biography of her fatbor. THEY ALL TALK SHOP. Tennie Clafein's husband, tho Viscondo do Monscrrata, is a rich doaler in India shawls in London. Gov-elect Fokaker is reported as saying "that tho American public must havo cither a horo or a victim." Vogl, tho famous Gorman tonor, lias a farm in tho Bavarian Alps on which somo far-famed choeso is mado. Ex-Prksident Gonzales, of Mex ico, has had articles of impeachment presented against him in tho Mexican congress. The Countess do llochfoucauld and tho Countess do Bothuno appear on tho real estate assessment rolls in Now Orleans for $100,000. Mk. Blaine is reported to have onco said, in reply to a remark: "In poli tics there is no gratitude. 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. — 20 February 1886

iujjin.jwmjui.iaii mb imj v mm mi mm A TOWN WITH ONE INHABITANT. Uc Takes Visitors Around nnd Gossips Con cerning His Formor Neighbors. A Coniovilie, Cul., correspondent writes as follows to The New 1 orh Sim: For livo or six yours old Poto Fergus lias been tho only resident of this town. Ho was liore iirst and ho is horo last. Ho saw tho mining camp dovolop, cvolute, and decline It was ho who welcomed all tho now-oomors and bado all tho outdoors good-by. Thoro aro twenty or thirty houses in tho placo, but onty his is tonanted. Tho othors stand about as thoy were left by their last occupants. Some of them aro in good condition, with win dows and doors in placo, but others are rickety and tumble-down. Tho Comovillo fever was violent, and it soon faded away. Of tho twen ty or thirty mines hero nono havo over paid, and during all tho timo that thoy were worked not enough bullion was taken out of thilm to pay for tho tobacco consumed in tho placo. Poto Fergus kept a boarding-house, and ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 20 February 1886

mmmt&rmmmmBBR,vKfji-nvuxxrvxima wLmmmmaAMnunWii&LM-iiBk t agjmmtttmtnt'usa'jSL ss&aiiaytissua&A'aasMWH&iWMUAnvu T. CONNELL, litinw Cottonwood creek, Indian Territory. .VJULJucola in cbargo. )$mrmmmmcmmacfmfl' ; Tt, S. jh.tt SI iOA (TM a rr 1 ifML ir ,i SKF- ..a .. evm. 7 K iUKL fl "VUl M' $ Wit y TRASER t OBURN. W. B. ttoborte & Son, TILL LINCOLN. WMMMtfl Emw;wv v J. A. MflCoi miok inn miner DnilltiRton. t. T H-'inre on Cot nuooct Htid Janipbelleroolcj v ' :w JAMES II. BOND, ffiuW IBKffiPl IfiBBfSggi ' Myr !&ffi2feU L.J1 teiLIiii m. .Ai " --' --. - ji--'vKAv - irv u v-uri iujr rs-ji ll-j .. 2rrA ti1 r i.ivi. "B5SftlM0'SKtdE.fcrf - - - 1 11 1 1 j 11 1 1 1 fta 1 mmtm mv In a 1 HI Jv x watts: ja'STn mim idiHHl Pt V'mmmii iii ifil " q,0f, cattle, a on KJPQBfH wWmEkwasxUr hkIh si:o ;md hin. II mif Jw?fSJ?WKWBy aij v on left nido 11 HI iflr31 6omo V on Mt till). y" arjr. m ak aj r mi u.v . . . vakt, -. vi .sm ..a v.s liw crti 71 iLL"JJ5?'??rl,' WJB.iBM-W 111 !"...

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 March 1886

I ft ja rr jj3 a mXHTCT Maffbt & Meriutt, "Editors and Publiriie (ESTABLISHED, 1S79.) Onk Dollar a Yiar VL7 Darlington, Indian Territory : March 4 1886.' ixj.iamajiu- uv1ttm.jtfjaau3g3MWBi.-1 No. 9. UHM EJN JN E TK AJVSPORTER rs. ttq'paw tcittt .o . .: Sm wF if i irSKW'iliTIMr HlLjiCjiBBL'W iTi wr-9V. x. -AI yL'hr?j!PriMi'MH B BARKER, DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY. HATS FOR THE mlAfRnv ni5 "nnnri" everytlS eo?' Bngar, Ooflbo, Moo, Flour, Ghees,, in Soliciting .your patronage, I am .'- v -.' -' W Most Respectfully Yours, W. B. BARKER, J.JN -OX.r..TcE3DER,. J.tii6 old stand of (Reynolds, (Doty & Hubbell Opposite tlio CbiSyknkk Tiusvortmr Building. The AVichita unusuul out J-iglc lias lately shown enterprise by is-uiinsr a larcro sim- plement with its daily edition, Wichita. ii. . . - . . . . with its rapidly increasing population, will soon be the chief city of Kansas, and already the Eagle is the capitol duilv of that state. A party at Denison, Texas, with an eye to matting mo...

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 March 1886

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. ESTABLISHED 1879. MAFFETT & MERRITT, Editors and Proprietors. fUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Ter PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL, John L. Sullivan conloniplatos making a trip to Australia within a year. Pope Leo has taken up his favorito autumn amusonionl lark-catching in tho Vatican gardens. Owing to tho early and lato oilico hours kept by Secretary Garland, ho has boon uuablo to got a secretary. Gen. Ben. Butler intends to run for congress in tho Sovcnth congres sional district of Massachusetts. Maurice Kingsley, n son of Charles Kingsley, tho novolist, has mado a fortune in tho silver mines of Colorado. In Boston, The Advertiser statos, there havo boon fifty people killed and injured by horse railways within a year. It is said that Judie learned to play the banjo in Bosion, and aims to as tonish Paris audiences with her now acqu isi tioii. George Barnes, once famous as tho mountain evangelist of Kentuck...

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 March 1886

f. 1 HEBE AND THERE. Tho doctors warn tho public that babio3 should not bo kissed upon tho lips. Tho big price of $2,700 was paid lor a hunting dog at High Point, N. C tho other day. It is said that fashionablo boautios produco rod chcoks by rubbing tho face with ico. Thirty thousand dollars have boon spout in lighting tho Scott tomporanco act in Ontario. Rural swains and damsols aro again enjoying tho diversion ol hunting for tho "rod oar." A larger ratio of people born in Vor inont havo emigrated than from any other state in tho uuion. Tho debating sociotios of California aro exorcised over tho question: "lie solved, That tho Chiuoso must go." Tho bank of tho Mississippi river at Hopoliold, Ark., is caving in. Tho wharf and several streots havo ono xu. Thoro is an old lady living in Alpatho Ga., who was scalped by an Indian during tho Sominolo war, forty yours ago, Tho Amoncan mackerel fishing season is over. Tho catch falls short of last year's by many thousand bar rols. A milk w...

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 March 1886

s , 4JV" li11.! . emmmirmrim0ltomititfa&mr.'miajz&& ?H THE CHEYENNE TRANSPOKTER. G. B. MOTE, Red Fork Ranch, I.T either hiphorse brand same on left Shouleor. Subscription! $1 Per Year, in Advance Gtyfpc and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IP, TEH. lefthlporabonUr, Tens Land and FRANK L. FRED, INDIAN TRAD'R Dealer in General Merchandise, Kiowa, Comanche & Wiehita Agency, Anadarko, Indian Terr. &. -. y HB on right aide. umi mmh kV grands on otror hip, sld or both, kuown as the T3 brand. Old nvuk, swallow folk In right ; now oddundr bit In loft. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. Both oldflt. Mark, crop nd under bit 1 . botk. Horst brand samo aa cattle, on right hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, GonM manager, ChoyOnno. Wyoming. R. H Allen, Assist Manager. Mobeotle, Texas. X May nave elihe. a d 01 Ovtli, tnu on an p rt of animal O n loft J iw Horse brand 3D (connected) bar on lelt hip Range In com pany's pastnro, on North Cauadlan river. g(MF"l keep constantly...

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 March 1886

Iff N fc. t - iw eggasgiijai II (HEINE TRANSPORTER Subscription, 1 Per Year, in Advance. f Colonizing the Indians. T H- aoyeBM and Arapanoe Agency, DARLINGTON; IND. TER, MAPFET & MEBRITT, Editors and Publishers. MAR'lII 4,. 1886. Entorcd at the Postofflce at Darlington, as second clusa inatter.' Notice riavlng sold my store at Darling ton, aUpartics owing mo will please call on Mr. O. D. Williams, at the Agency onice, and pay the samc as I have placed all accounts duo the late store business in his hands for collection 'j. coNNFLb Darlington, T.T., Jan. 28, 18S6. The exterior of Trader Barker's store hlis just been favored with a coat of green paint with red trimming. . The liverymen, Collins & Samson, hav oeen hauling to the Post an immense amount of baled hay for the contractor, Hr-L. Bickford. The street on the east side of the Arapa- nnc sctiooi park 'tuts-been iiIotMV &r ruder!. . -v -, - , .Messrs. Potter and work on Saturday. bp ringer - doiur the Died. 3BC1 The b...

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 March 1886

ffARM MA&AGMENl1. i finirirostions on tho Proper Cure or Animals During tho Winter Season. Tho llarkotlniri Transportation, and Distri bution oi Apples Vory Poorly Conducted. Caro of Stock In Wlutor. As a rulo cattlo and sheop do not gain in woight or condition during tho wintor. In many casos thoy woigli loss in lh) spring than thoy did tho previous fall. Tho mortality among tliom is much grantor during tho cold than tho wuriu woathor, and tho cases of siekuoss are more numerous as well as sovoro. Ilorsos gonorally come through tho winter in good condition In rospoot to llosh and strength, not hoeauso Lhoy aro more hardy than cattlo and snoop, for tho rovorso is truo, but bocauso thoy aro botlor treat ed. Thoy aro kopt in warm stalls oven if tho othor farm animals aro loft oxposod to storms, aro carofully groomod, and covorcd with blaukots when it is vory cold, and aro fod on tho best tlio farm and granary can supply. Thoy aro not oxposod to tho cold for any oonsidorablo length...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 4 March 1886

$J I Si .i THE' WINTER SEA. From horizon to horlzou The inouutid waves coinn madly on, Tlielr burnished armor uleurns afar, Tbcy leap across the out, r bar, And o'er the ocean's levi'l phi n In one long furious gallop strain Up, up thestmud tno dark blue ranks With plumed helms, and foam-flecked flanks, Aud to the onset plunge and leap The aimed coursers 01 the deep. But knight and steed go down bofore The solid lines that ho'd the shore. They rally even a" they fall, At ttio wind's whistling buzlc call. Again they come. Ah, never yet Were words to such wild music set. With flaunting guidons of the foam, And white-capped sabres on tlicy come. futsce! th squadrons fall away hivered against th t rampart gray, And grasping: tight to shivered Mado The knights 'ah back; but undismayed Kcturn, and, giving blow for blow, All the long winter charging so. W. J. Hoc, in The Current, A FRIEND IN fcEED. Ethel and I aro cousins, and both or phans; but, as is frequently tho caso with "daughters o...

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 March 1886

MratumtoWiS'gwiywiirni - T. CONNELL, Cottonnoort crock, Indian Torrltory. ' T11 Lincoln In charge tE?.XWwrv'r. WW- Xfttil AS ZtS m mrzrto l AUb. & s .Wi ' , o ran. i . ff;fn tfPjIHSp .1 v.5"- FRASHR & OBURN, JAMES H. BOND, S? Tff33HG&"i va: 2Urj Jl23! jft1 j wPiji gpB jtfffXyJm- W. B, Roberts & Son, Sllvor City, Indian Territory. Mi --W 1 Ti TTilM " ?V4" TILL LINCOLN. v1 $ D "" a V. M. Valknr, Man iicor, Darlington, I. T. W. d. Krai BERLIN, 1 ost )fflc3 address, White Bead IIIli, Indian Terry. ELLbWOHLII TORFUCY & SON, DaVllnfclO'n, lnd Ter Wm.Co fee. foroinin larrO'on right side o til stock cattle, a on light side and hip. AD V on loft side Somo Von left hip. IIL on loft side and 2raiittBarov s mie horses on snouiu- tT or hip. ome cattle branded Hrwon righ or left sMo IIor.se brand same as main cut on left hip. Some cattle O on both sides. AUSTIN CATTLE CO. T. J. Wehd, Gen'l Mauagor. Address. Round Rock, Toxus. Some IBIB Horse "WIS left hip. dome cattle wkmwmm l...

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 March 1886

If "V -. "1 CSEYEME TRANSPORTER, k Maffet & Meriutt, Publishers! VL7 (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) One Dollah a Year. Darlington, Indian Territory : March 15, 1886, No. id. 1 W. B. BARKER, DAELINGTON, INDIAN TEEEITOEY, AfAT?Ti - 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 Childrens' Shawls, in beautiful patterns, from the finest to the lower grades ; an attractive lino of Ladies' and Men's A Apples, Green Gages. Strawberries, Raspb( rooms, ALL FRESH ! French Sardines in self-opening boxes, Lobsters, Salmon, Shrimp, Crabs, Oysters and Cocoanut in cans. Mince-meat, Chocolate, Raisins, Figs, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Citron, Pickles, Salads, and Golden Syrup put up in half gallon cans. Extracts and perfumery of superior qualities in fancy bottles, buckets and barkels. Pocket and Table Cutlery ; ...

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 March 1886

THE CHEYENiE TBflHSPQRTER. ESTABLISHED 1879. MAFPETT & MERRITT, Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE, CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Tor PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. John L. making a year. Sullivan contompliilcs trip to Australia within a Pope Leo has taken up his favorito autumn amusomont lark-catching in the Vatican gnrdons. Owing to the early and late offico hours kopt by Secrotary Garland, ho has boon unablo to got a secretary. MAKING NAIIi. Gen. Ben. Butlea intends to run for cougross in the Sovonth sional district of Massachusetts. congros- MaurivJeKtngslly, ii foii of Charles Kiugsloy, the novelist, has mado a fortuno in the silver mino& of Colorado. In Boston, The Advertiser states, thero have boon fifty pooplo killed and injured by horso railways within a year. . It is said that Judic loarned to play the banjo jn Boston, and aims to as tonish Paris audiences with her new acquisition. . George Bakniss, ouco famous as tho mountai...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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