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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 March 1886

It7 m?m it HERE AND THERE. TIio doctors warn tho public that babies should not bo kissed upon tho lips. Tho big price of $2,700 was paid for a hunting dog at High Point, N. C, tho other day. It is said that fashionable beauties produce rod chooks by rubbing tho faco with ico. Thirty thousand dollars havo boon spont in lighting tho Scott touiporanco act in Ontario. Rural swains and damsels are again enjoying tho diversion of hunting for tho "rod oar.1' A larger ratio of poopio born in Ver mont havo ouiigratod than from any other stato in the union. Tho dobating societies of California are exorcised over tho question: "llc solvcd, That tho Chinoso must go." Tho bank of tho Mississippi rivor at Hopofield, Ark., is caving in. Tho wharf and sovoral stroots havo gouo in. Thoro is an old lady living in Alpatho Ga., who was scalped by an Indian during tho Seminole war, forty years ago. Tho alteator was discov- JiiScambia, Ala., that is parti-col- Amoncan mackorel fishinir season is over. Th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 March 1886

V J Q. B. MOTS, Red Fork Ranch, I . ST IKE CHEYENHE'TBANSPORTER. m '' Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. ii ttienis and Arapahoe Agency, darlimon, hd, TBi Texas Land and CATTLE COXPiST: rli TTlTai - vvt 9iimfSw' if! il f ' ifiagte efflr Ml CimarroDRTvers1 Jjfa p o. K'owa km. & Knsna City. Mo. am rands on clfr hip. Mild or bol'i, knomi as tha T5 branil. Old m ik, or allow fu k in right ; now add under hit in loft. ADDITIONAL IJHAND3. X I3otU eUl3. Mark, crop and under bU ii Hoim brand Kama rs' cattle, on right blp. E. E. WILSON, Manager. 1 I , , II I I I I ,1 j II II I I I I II I II II ! STANDARD CATTLE JO, A T Babbit, GonM manacer. Ch6yerne. Wyoming. B. M Atj.kn, Assist Mannger. Mobeetlo, Texas. t&SLmU Sliiv Iikvc el li t n or nan, no on an p it ef animal O'nleXtJuv Horse brand JD (connected) bar on Wu nip Mango In com pany's pasture, on Noitb Omadlan river. GEORGE REYNOLDS. (colored) Horse G R loft shoulder. Rnni'h on Bitter cicek. Postofllce Silver City. Indian Tery T....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 March 1886

I ft. mm & '-? THE CHEYENNE IHSPOOTER, Subscription, $1 Per Yiar, in Advance. ' ' twm and Arapaiios Agency, dartoton, ihd. ter. The Calico Party. HA17FET & MERRITT, vEditors and Publisher. MAR'IH 15, 1886. Entered at the Bostofficaat Darlington, rb Mcond clnsa matter. NoticeHaving sold my store at Darling ton, all parties owing mo will please call on Mr. O. D. Williams, at tlio Agency offlco, and pay the same, nal have placed all accounts duo the lato stdro business in his hands for collection t. Connell. DarllngtoivI,T.rJan.28,lB80. W. II. -Look ridge was made happy lust week by the arrival of his family. Thos -Humbleton has changed his resi dence quarters, having moved into the little house south of the commissary. An additional teacher has been employ ed at the 'Cheyenne school since the at tendance reached 100 children. Miss Mabel E. Greene, a-capable lady, is the new teacher. Mlss'Sallle.E. Ilabicton has been trans ferred from the Cheyenne to the Arapaho school, thus re...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 March 1886

-, $ARM. M&AGitafT. i Suggestions on tho Proper Cave of Animals During tho Winter Season. Tho Murkotlntr, Transportation, ami IMstrl Jmllon of Apples Very Poorly Conducted. Cato of Stock in Whiter. As a rulo cattlo and shoop do not ;gain in woight or condition during tho wintor. In many casos thoy woigh Iosa in 4ho spring than thoy did tho provious fall. Tho mortality among iliom is much groator during tho cold than tho wnrni weather, and tho casus of siokuoss aro moro numerous ns woll as sovoro. Horses gonorally como through tho wintor in good condition In rospoct to ilosh and strength, not because thoy aro moro hardy than cattlo and shoop, for tho rovorso is true, but because thoy aro bottor troat od. Thoy aro kopt in warm stalls oven if the othor farm animals aro loft oxposcd to storms, aro carofully groomod, and covorod with blankets whon it is vory cold, and aro fed on tho best tho farm and granary can supply. Thoy aro not oxposod to tho cold for any considerable length of ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 March 1886

I ffH i 4 TJ1E WINTER SEA. From liorlzon to horizon The mounttd waves come mndlv on, 1 heir burnished armor irleams lifar, Xhey leap across the out r bar, Anil o'er the ocean's level pla'n In one long furious gallop strain Up, up the sti and the dark blue ranks With plumed helms, and foam-Hecked flanks, And to the onset plunge and leap Ihe aimed coursers of the deep. But knight and steed go down bofore The solid lines that ho'.d the shore. Uhey rally even as they fall, At the wind's whistling biule call. Again they come. Ah, never yet Were words to such wild music set. With Haunting guidons of the foam. And white-capped sabres on they come. But seel th" squadrons fall away Shivered ngainstth.it rampart gray, And grasping tight to shivered blado The knights fall back; but undismayed Return, and, giving blow for blow, All the long winter charging so. W. J. Jioc, in The Current m i A FItlEND IN NEED. Ethol and I aro cousins, and both or phans; but, as is frequently, tho caso with "daug...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 March 1886

& "JiiVt- vmm6fimMr.naMmir:iFii4iifimnmi UMHMtUttMHHMMMPMHlRM T. C0NNELL, Range Cottonwood omlc, Indian Territory. ' Till Lincoln In charge FRA3KR k OBURN. JAMES H. BOND, IV. B. Roberta & Son,. J. A. MaOor mlok mnnJucAr- Darllnton, l.T' Range on Cof onwood and tJampbell eroki Sllvor City, Indian Torrltory. 110AD BHAND3 on left loin B - k J- ' S fcwn fBSP Cnhs THHgB WWW All I ill h 23gr LgT4ggglggVSgB kmWm JgMggV'fliggguiwggggf ir6"JgiggiWglggW TILL LINCOLN. . gggggV ggggflggggggggggggggggggggggV ggggggg gggVsggggggggggggggggggggggggfl YgggggggLgggggggggggggggggggggggW kMBgggMWgWUBgWkWP Bgggfr .ggV gggggggggggggggggggggggggggVggggggggggggflggggtov .ggggfggggggHigggggggggV F h pggggggggggggggggggggggvr gra tggo aggggr ggggr II Iff I!' fei VkW ft . VI ggf v I f M T I ilBV!S7MkMMWSMgt igV-dtTgflg W&. I .ma m M ggliFHggTv2ggggVI-JBgTfiAB I Sa 'i f"" A. M. Walker, Manager, Darlington, I. T. W. 0. KIMBERLIN, Poit3ilIce addreos, White Bead Hilt, Indian Terry. j V f JSLL&to 0...

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 April 1886

yt l&o 1 liAJN UJL U li 1 JU Hi Maffet & Meriutt, Publishers. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) One Dollar a Year. VL7 Darlington. Indian Territory : April 3. 1886. No. 15. if egi.i jjuutiiiL i LUMjatiiLiaajiuaimjLinwiiiniiiiiiwii ij-juuum ioj.i. Xl.AtrtllJ.'inl'.Ji)'j4Uu'u u TlWn .UTiXXJ il 'il irt"J Mmlft'titi III il. i J ill liT J4 j I if ' ,,-- CHETEME ?pfilpfp t E4 J J. ..J BARKER, 1 88 ml ut DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY, STOEB, RarM .j Gn H 1 : jL GJJlwj go the Child gS'GREETING : My now stock has arrived and been openoefc-up, and. if you can't" bo suited ,'youwili hate to outside of the Territory, if not beyond Kansas. In m'v store you- will find Ladies'. Children's and Misses' Shoes of best make and latest styles ; Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Hosiery in fancy and white colors : Ladies'. Misses' and rens' Shawls, in beautiful natterns. from the finest to the lower sondes: tin attractive line of Lnxlios' nd Finn's Silk Handkerchiefs in white and fancy colors; Blankets and Sprea...

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 April 1886

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTEK. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUIlNAL.) (J no. W. Maffi:t, Editor &, l'ropr. JiAFn Meuuitt, Local Editor. Subtcrlption, $1 per Ycnr In Advance. Cheyenne & A'aralioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Tor. The French wore compollod to cap ture posts variously estimated at from 10G to 158 in numbor, boforo occupy ing Dong Song. Everywhere the Chinese hold out tenaciously against the rillo lire, but gavo way boforo the shell. The present yoar has been an un fortunate one for Greece Tho all important currant crops suil'ored sovoro damage, owing to inclement weathor, and there is a cris's in tho financial world, and depressions in commer cial affairs. M AUC 2. Everyone who goos to Vienna is obliged to iill up a document telling whence ho came, whither ho is going, his ago, his religion, and a fow other little confessions. This paper is givon to tho polico, who aro thus able to trace any missing individual. It is said that a winter in Washing ton makes a person dissatisfied...

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 April 1886

S FARM AND GARDEN. drafting tlio tirapnvino, and Other Topics of Interest. Grafting tho Grnpcvine. Numerous inquiries have been made this spring as to tho method of graft ing tho grapevine, but too lato for a reply to bo given in timo to bo useful this season. Some of tho writers pro pose to take wild grapevines, and use them as stocks upon which to graft desirable varieties. This would bo vory poor economy. An old vine of any kind'is rarely worth removing, and least of all, a wild one. Such vines arc poorly furnished with roots, and would make very poor stocks. If ono already has an old vino of a poor va riety, and wishes to graft it with a more desirable kind, lie can do so by digging down and iusortiug the cions bolow tho surface of tho ground. Tho proper season for this operation is in the 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 tho cion in a strong cane,or branch of...

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 April 1886

ii' ii i n in i irriiiniii ir'in " 'H't "r " rn r ri rmrirnTr i 'i nr in "iTrn-nnrninfflirrrri nnrrinrrpTTrrmirrrnn n rnri ,nii ,i"77r i ' m.-. .t . ii i i i. 1.1 . m.i ii. i. ., ,. ii. , ,i, i. - COSaBOBiaitnaOUSmt' ii '. VBmwiwyt jiimho. 'jumwuwmmih IKE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, FRANK L. FRED fit T G. B. MOTE, Red Fork Ranch, I.T - Subscription, 51 Per Year, in Advance. i. I.. ,.. , C&eyenne and Arapalioe Agency, DARLIHOTOH, 1HD. TEH. Texas Land and 11. WJ '11)U1J4IHUJ jarjfmsrf wE-twwjs WW 6PM?' 1 ; - -- - ---- ... "- - " w Eagle c&ltf and Cimarron Bmra. Jk x o. K'otva Km &Knn3('lty tin, M -'eZ&'Wffi1 Rrnmln on clfVr hip. Mdo or bot, lrnotrn aa the 'JM brand, Old m'.k-, a. allow rvik In right ; nov add under Willi i'U. ADDITIONAL IIKANDS. iww Dcin Glden. liar'.;, crop ntl undr bi; In ts&s both. Koiaa brand snido us cattle, on right hip. E. E. W.I LSOX, Manager, STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, tion'I manager, Cheyonne. Wyoming. R. M. Allln, Assist Manager. Mobcetle...

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 April 1886

v i p -&l Sjt I juia..uwiwiiuxtKaMiiBMjigawiiBtcwaig''jaawW3 wniMxirwfeWwfcf laiHiimin ww t IIUBWWWHIW KWUWMWXWMlT-n ""AMOHMWul ? i 1 It IDE CHEYE IE TRflHSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. o i no mmmm . ig ' Active Natives. j From the Indian Colony. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, darumor, IND, TEH. MAPF23T & MERRITT, Editors and Publishers. APRIL 3, 1886. Entered at the Postofllco at Darlington, as socond class matter. JW'H!vnrirru-svi,jLx.s.jr.jt.ir4:ijrH'.u:r'mrz NoticeHaving sold my 9torc at Darling ton, all parties owing wc will please call on Mr. G. D. Williams, at the Agency onicc, and pay the same, as J liavc placed all accounts due the late store business in his hands for collection. t. Conjtkll. Darlington, I. T., Jan. 2S, 1S8G. fl The daily attendance at the Cheyenne is 107. Rev. S. S. llaury is here from his Can tonment mission. cut Nose has lately bnilfc himself a lrume house on Tall Bull avenue. new II. C. Mann, manager of the government herd, repor...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 3 April 1886

y arAY-BLOoar. Oil, for You that J never know I Now tlmt the Spring Ib swelling, And over the wny ia u whitening may, Jn the yarl of iny neighbor's dwelling; Oh, inny, olio! do your filstcrs blow Out tlicic in the country grasses A-moeking the white of the cloudlot light, That up lu the blue sky passes? Here In town the grass it is brown. Right under your beautiful clusters; Hut your sisters thrive where the sward's alive With emerald lights and lustres Dream of my drenmsl vision that aecma Ever lo scorn my praying, Love (lint 1 wa't, face of my fate, Como with mo now a-mayingl Soul of my songl all my life long Looking for 3011 I wander; Long have I soucht shall 1 11ml naught, Under the may bushes yonder' Oh. for You that I never knew, Only in dreams that bin J you! 13y Spring's own grace 1 Blia'll know your face, Whcu under the may J find you 1 The Century for May. ! I l Bfc II I . MURDER ON THE OUTPOSTS. It was in Virginia during tho autumn of 18G1, tho lirst yoar of tho war. I wa...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 3 April 1886

w m Grant as a Soldier. From an anecdotal and reminiscent article by General Adam Badcau, on J the characteristics of Grant as a isoldier, in the May Ccnluri Magazine wo qnote the following: "At the close ;of the war, the man who led the vic torious armies was not forty-throo lycars of ae. Ho had not changed in any essential qualities from the cap Itain in Mexico or the merchant in (Galena. The daring and resource that he showed at Donolson and Vicksburg jhad been foreshadowed at Panama and IGarita San Cosine; the persistency bo jforo Richmond was the development ,of the same trait which led him to seek subsistence in various occupations, and follow fortune long deferred through many unsuccessful years. Developed by experience, taught by circumstance, learning from all he saw and oven more from what ho did, as few have ever been developed or taught, or have lcarnod, ho neverthe less, maintained the self-same person ality through it all. Tho character istics of the man were exactly t...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 3 April 1886

f "1 , i i ... r. ...... u i"i t :'.": " :T" t" "- " - -- - ti .Tiinr iMMMftliawNMWBMaiHaileWaMMWfc .m&ikm m n ! T. CONNBLL, Ilaniro Cottonwood oracle, Indian Territory. Till LIr.ooln In chargo. OASBR & OBUBN, JAMES H. BOND, 1Y. B, Roberts & Sou, J "X -v .7. A. MoCor mlok. manager DarlinRton, I. T Rango on Cot tomvood and Campbell croekn vty ' ,j$$c WIT- Silver City, Indian Torrltory. hOAD llHANDi gilon left loin V JK,'TiTftl I. IIIITffc WOlL 1 1 , A A &Ea2fi WhnS . TILL LINCOLN. - D xA If ill jT--ni ID V A 'f A"! i iHIBBflHHM 46 Jt5ui5f!2 LfS ll,Lb 0 il II J0 vUKY 'c SO, Dirllnfcton, lnd Tor Win. Co o j. I" ro nin Same on right sld-3 o ull stock caltlo. a on right side unci hip. AD on loft ddo Some V on l 1't hip. a T . .Nwrs. M.w A. M. Wallcer, Manager, Darliuston, I. T. W. 0. KIMBERLIN, roctonico addreas, White Bead nil, Indian Terry. - &&M&B& WD.. i -iXgJ1P3. v ei n liin. ..cmi cable branded or eft s o llmsH hnrid sumo asiipin ent op ifft hip. HL ...

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 May 1886

5 CHETEME TRANSPORTER Maffrt & Merritt, Publishers. (ESTABLISHED, 1S79.) One Dollar a Year, VL7 Darlington, Indian Territory : May 12, 1886. rmilWII II HWlllwmtWWMMii nmin .ini'i. M.u.iii.1. No. 16. racgjaaanMEjmii j jj imuujji-jju. ji uwaaa ll W. B. BARKER, II J:t'A mz THTJDXJL3ST 'TIE&.A.IDIEilR, 3c GKEZtIETIL DAELINGTON, INDIAN TEKEITORY. iSTOIE&EL L'..l imaeeaai atuHHuuiwwiswiAJW! AKawv-'wuixMaixaiivaesia - A CARD 'E tho best make and latest stylos, Ladio? Msses?and ChiwUSV- WI " rttd Lttdl8 , "Wren's and Misses' Showtfr Childnros' Shawls, in beaufi M pat lornl ' from lho flnSno !S wMy " fancy " colon ; Ladies', Misses' a ul Silk Handkerchiefs in white i fancy colors kS d Stt tt? 'attl??t,vc Vn? of Ladies' and Men's tip" in a neTsu Fancy Groceries ain ZiA iSfe nclsome suit, as well as make yom- hnsband les! in"ansAMif eat Ch ot eS'piS fc &?"ft' Sn' ST' V S - OoJoanut HATS FOMHE COWRnv- nR 'rTTTYtri' short everything Sffio? Uarl or St HBrM"' B"dlcs. Si " Sugnr, Co...

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 May 1886

IDE CHEYEHHE THk ESTABLISHED 1879. ONLY BACHELORS WANTED. MAFFETT & MERRITT, Editors and Proprietors. SUBSCRIPTION, (I PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Tor Young men whoso ambition is to bo witty should always remember that to be witty a man must first be wise Laziness is the only disgrace I know ol that cannot be redeemed to a certain extent by appealing to its self-respect. It is impossible in my mind to wipe out vice by persecution, but it is pos sible to make it unhealthy by prosecu tion. Ho that is not married is to be pitied; he that does not intend to bo is either a fool or has reasons that aro not to any man's credit. True happiness seems to consist in not only enjoying all that we possess but in feeling good that others enjoy the same privilege. Consolation that comes to a man after death has released him from his struggles is of no moro use to him than the epitaph on his tombstone. By making the best of tho world under adverse circum...

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 May 1886

f. L f . HE HAD NERVE. Tho Traveling Printer and an Iowa Town. I bad beon devil in The Bugler office, in a town in Iowa, about four months, when the editor was one day called away. The man who was acting as compositor, pressman, job printer, col lector, solicitor, and so forth, seized the opportunity to go off on a spree, and I was thus left in sole charge. Just after dinner, as I was washing the roller and cleaning up generally, in walked the first old 4 'printer bum" I had ever seen. The duds on his back weren't worth a silver quarter, his hair was long and unkempt, his face covered with dirt and bristles, and his breath scented the room. He was ragged, dirty, homeless, and penniless, and had been let out of the county jail, eight miles away, that morning. "Howdy, boy," he said as he came in, and without a second glanco at me he took a seat at the desk and attacked the remains of my lunch. When he had eaten the last crumb he picked his teeth with the editorial pen, peeled oil bis ...

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 May 1886

BST? "' l4 ' -i tpijfr ii f fBp ' t MJWH rgn7giTiiwj:sc;aasaagiiu3iiaiiiiiJMui wwaaw . . .M HI T n . II l I THE (HEK TRANSPORTER. G B.MOTK, Rml Forklianoh, I..T' wV fT Inscription, $1 Per Yoar, Mdvance. . G&pe efl Anptiun Acency, DARUMOfl, IND, TEE Tern Land and JT Eagciiief and Cimarron BmriPP ffi o, Kionn KM Z: KansMClty Mo. jm FRANK L.. FRED,, INDIAN TRAD'R Dealer in General Merchandise, Kiowa, Gomanohe kWieliita .Agency, Anadarko, Indian Terr, PJH on light sldo. either hlp-horso brand 3uiue on lni1 suuulwr. lofthlporfihotaldjit brands on clfVr hip. sldo or botM, known as th Tf Brand. Old m uk, shallow foik In rlsht ; no Qdd.uudcr hit in left. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. a Both rid. Mark, crop and under Lit la ola Loin. Botfci brand aimo aa cattle, on right hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Bnbbtt, Gon'l manager, Cheyenne. Wyoming. R. M. Allen, AsslstMnnngor. Mobcetlo, Texas. "s. "X keen, constantly on hand ft complete stock of everything need ed on the ranch or trai...

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 May 1886

feCZtti KWB S r-r-aHi I." TIE CHEYEHHE TRAHSPORTER; , in Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. . .. i . mw and Arapahoe Aceiicy. CARLINOTON. IND. TER. MAFFET & MERniTT, Publishers. MAY 12, 1886. Entered at tho Postoflleo at Darlington, as second class matter. Notice. Having sold my store at Darling- tow, all parties owing me will pleaso call on Mr. G. D. Williams, at the Agency office, and pay the same, us I have placed all accounts due the late store business in liis hands for collection T. Cojwell. Darlington, I. T., Jan. 28, 188C. D. Hays went to Wichita-to-day. 0. A. Harvey and J. VA' Butler went to Not Kiow.i Sunday. The Chickasaw Stock Association hogln general round-up work June 10 Chao. E Campbell returned to tho Washita yesterday to finish making his- purchase of ponies. Capt John Balrd came in from tho north to-day, having been up in the direction of the North Pole. Major Barker wns out 10 tho lakes yester day on a fishing excursion -wo had a nice try for breakfast 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 May 1886

mjt TOIL. Ala, for tho young hearts awaking, To tho hotws and the Mix and the breaking And tlio prodigal tears Of tlio burdensomo years That glow bright in tho future with promise I Alas, that the dreams which we cherish In tho fires of fruition should perish;' That it darkens Uto sun When tho real is won And we banish the Ideal from Uf I The story is ever repeated Of Youth's aspirations defeated. We battle and dream i Of achievement supreme; . Hut, ah I the deceitful to-morrow Is forever its promise belying, And the tear-drops forever uro drying On hope's fallen leaves Where humanity grieves, Clad about with the mantle of sorrow. The goal where wo thought that the burden Would fall, and tho covoted guerdon Of rest would be found, Is the desolate bound Where a demon of rostlcss endeavor Rises up in tho bpspm to taunt us With tasks that still lure and daunt us, Till we turn onco again To the battle with men In, tho glaro of tho pitiless Never. Aye but, labor is manfully human. Toil, ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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