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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 April 1881

CHEYEME VOL. . DAKLINGIXXN, I. T., APRIL 11, 18Sl. NO. 16. ;mw mmnmmmaaKnenMrmudl isnracAgnjMTMni TRANSPORTER. il. W. N. Hubbell's Supply Storo. JUST RECEIVED BY W. N. HUBBELL, A BRAND NEW STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Clothing, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh Stock of Staple Groceries, The Largest and Best Stock in the City. Call and Examine Goods and Prices. Corner Main & Sixth Stroets, Opposite tho liQUnd Hotel. CALDWELL, KANSAS. i 1 i 1 MTJ ADVERTISE ! Ci 1 cr - CTQ CI S p cc c cr a. O 3 c c w - O S " or. -3 O pi en C 3 S3 C ft- c CI C 3 K S 3 CO -t it: c 3 c c i o ,.. r. -. v. y. n 7. o m a; t c - Si 3 or: O o c c m o F.B.YORK&CJO CALDWELL, KAS. General Outfitters Headquarters for Ranch g Cattle Men GOODS IN QUANTITIES BOLD AT Wholesale Prices Orders Solicited. York & Draper, Dodge City, Ks. P. B. York & Co. Ft.Grflm,Tcx. THE ROUND UP. The stockmen in convention at C'aKlwoll, gave notice that the round up would commence on the first day of Msiv, at M...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 April 1881

ONLY WAITING. t . Jpnly till the shadows Arc a little longer grown; Only waiting till the Kliimnor Of tho (lav's lsist beam lias flown, Till the night of carlli lias faded From the heart once full of day; 'Till tho slurs of heaven are breaking Through the twilight soft and gray. Only walling till the reapers Jlave the last sheaf gathered home; For the summer time Is faded, And the autumn winds have come, Quickly, reapers ! gather quickly The- last hours of my heart; For the bloom of life is withered, And J hasten to depart. Only wailing till the angels Open wide the mystic gale, At whose feet I long have lingered, Weary, poor and desolate ; Even now I hear the footsteps, And their voices lar away; If they call me, I am wating, Only waiting to obey. Only wailing till tho shadows Are a little longer grown ; Only waiting till the glimmer Of tho day's last beam has llown ; Then from out tho glaring',darknuss Holy deathless stars shall rise, lly whose light my soul shall gladly Tread its...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 April 1881

1 , - I -s Ik, I Protect Your Health. Cold mid moisture combined have a tor po1 rising effect upon the bodily organs, and the digestive and secretive processes are apt to be more tardily performed in win ter than in the fall. The same is true, also, of the excretory functions. The bowels arc often sluggish, and the pores of the slcin throw oil" but little waste matter at this season. The system, 'herefnrc, re ( in ires opening up a little, and alv puritv ing and regulating, and the safest, surest and most thorough tonic and alterative that can he used lor these purposes is IIos tetter's Stomach Hitter. Persons who wish to escape the rheumatic twinges, the dyspeptic agonies, the painful disturban ces of the bowels, the bilious attacks, and the nervous violations, so common at this time of the year, will do well to reinforce their systems with this renowned vegeta ble stomachic and inviorant. It improves the appetite, strengthens the stomach, cheers the spirits, and renovates the whol...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 April 1881

THE TRANSPORTER f rnUBHED Srmi-Monthly. PAKLINQTON, INDIAN TEHRITORY Wcriptfon, $1. per year in advanco. W. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher MONDAY, A I'll! Ml, If SI. News Items. Thara has been shipped from this place nearly 3.000 dry hides, of which about 2,500 were of rattle that, have died of starvation and from ; rV severity of the winter. Muskorxv Indian Journal. The brick masons of New York City struck on the 2nd inst. for an advance, $3.00 to $3.50 per day. The contractor acceded tct the demand. The masons of Brooklyn and Jersey City have also seourpcl an advance. A ptone in a ilourin mill in Mon roe county, Arkansas, burst on I be 5th inst., killing two men and fa tally wounding several others, among fcherri Mr. Johnson, the owner of the mill. The building was also badly damaged. Messri. Scott & AVootcn will take thv trail in a few days for Caldwell, Kas; with a thousand head of fine corn-fed beef cattle. They drive in order to secure better freight rates, vnul onr frie...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 April 1881

J i . Entered tht Postollice at Darlington, lnril u Territory, as secoud cTona mutter. ... MAIL TIME TAHLC. Caldwell & Ft. Sill line. AKRIV1C. From North 11 a. m. Monday Kxct'ptctl. Starts, siun time tfoln; Tburrtdny.s&atur lay;; golnt Js AltlttVTC. Krom South 10 a. in Sundays Kxecplud. I'tu'odayn, .MOQilllVH, Wednesdays A Friday.. Vanita A has Was LitiK. Arrive going (H.-d,! p..m. ,. Sour lusy.s,. Wed nis. rfaya A, Friday: going vr.Hr7 a. nj., Mondays Thursdays A Saturday. I i mmm mmhmi,iiiiim rm uwrumm-inwiinaiiir Local Items. W. G. Wiliiams. of Anadarko, was hero on the first instant. Tlio hitch racks recently pub tip by the Agent supply a long, needed convenience. Roman Nose, one of the Chcjcnne Florida prisoner-;, r"Ui''iiet from Carlisle a short time ago.. Durhv: th" ah'ice. of Superin tendent HadTey, Pev. Keard will have charge of th" Chverme school. "Mrs. Penroi'ngf.on, lmtffnn of the Arapahoe school, started for her home at Winchester, Indiana, on the 30th ult Sam- ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 April 1881

V - THECHEYENHE. TRANSPORTER. FUDLISH1S1) SEMI MOKniljY, In ,the Interest of Indian ciynizatlon and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A" YEAR, IK ADVANCE. rw SMALL-POX AND VACCINATION. fsf Cow-pox Capable of Exterminating . Small-pox From the Earth? 'J2ho following by A. K. Gardner, M. ., may well repay a careful perusal : In 179S, Junior, :i physician of Berkeley, England, made the discovery that) certain persons engaged among cattle were made sick from absorbing in their hands, ulcerous matter from the udders of cows, and as a secondary result, that they were exempt from the small-pox. Acting upon this idea, then prevalent among the common people of that part of the country, he made experiments and observations, and announced it to the profession, and, finally growing stronger in his faith, in 1800 he claimed that the cow pox, was capable of exterminating smallpox from the earth. .The llrst vaccination in America was in 1800, when Dr. Waterhouse, of Cambridge, Mass., vaccinated his own four ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 April 1881

ITEMS OF INTEREST. One has only to die to be praised. Handsome apples are sometimes sour It is easier to blame than to bol ter. It is not enough to arm; vou must hit. Would you be strong, conquer your self. Little and often makes a honp in time. There is no. sanctuary of virtue like home. There is no good in xu'oncljing to the hungry. Sure to come round The applo dumpling. A boil in the kettle ie worth two on your nose. Speak little, speak truth; spend lit tle, pay cash. An exquisite young lady culls an ox a "male cow." Better free in a foreign land than a Blnve at home. It is the little man that secth no greatness triiles. )o not consider any virtue trivial, and so practico it. Kpitaph for a cannibal one who lov ed his fellow-men. Prince Alexis is to be made lord high admiral of Russia. The men that hope little are the men that go on working. Idleness wastes a man as sensibly as industry improves him. Painting the corpse is a growing cus tom in some eastern cities. The scenes of ch...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 April 1881

nr All Sorts. The time occupied in making the trip from Kansas City to San Fran cisco if 11 4 hours, and the fare is the panic as from Omaha. The fare to Lon AngeloH i 112 for first class unlimited, tickctn, and $104 for first claai! limited tickets. Another fool attempt will he made to enter and occupy Oklahoma, pro vided Dave Payne, who is now on trial at Fort Smith, is acquitted. Payne and Co. are not yet satisfied, it seems, with the money they have squeezed out of their poor deluded followers. Press. Prominent railroad officials have organized a company for the pur pose of furnishing electric light to Wyandotte, Armstrong, Kansas City, Kansas and the Union depot. Kansas City, Missouri. They have decided to use the United States electric light patent and will put up the necessary machinery as soon as it can arrive from Now York. The capital stock of the companv is fbfccl at $100,000, in shares of $100 each. A .delegation of prominent white and colored citizens called upon th pre...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 April 1881

CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. VOi i )A i Lli GTON . J.T., APK1L25, 18bl. NO. 17 .1.111 mil mi mini i ii ii nit ii I'm i mm - ii -n mi'Tiinnnif-tiim-TnnriiTiirmiiiiww HUB I i v iST. xlu'oboll's Supply .- a . JUSi' RECEIVED -BY W. N. HURBELL, A BRAND NEW STOCK OF DEY GOODS, Clothing, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Etc. Also a Frebh Stock of Stapl'e Groceries. F.B.YORK&0O CALDWELL, KAS. General Outfitters Headquarters for SWAP TOMBSTONES. Ranch I Cattle Men GOODS IN QUANTITIES SOLD AT The Largest and Best Stock r the Citv. Ctii'l and Examine Goods Mid Pukes. Corner Main Sc Sixth. Streets, Oppos't tho Lelnnd IIotoL. CALDWELL, KANSAS. A printer recently walked into n certain business house on his rounds to learn who desired anything in the way of advertisement, and noticed that a dnuminpr Flood by tho coun ter with his sample valise ready to open. "Anything you want to pay in tin paper this week?" queried the print er of the man behind the couiUer. "No," said the business (?) man : "I d...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 April 1881

gwuimijimjuuBi TRUST. Tho clouds hnnijjicnvy round iny.way, i 'J 1 cannot sec ; y But through the darkness L bcllGVG God leadeth mo. "'TIS sweet to keep my hand in his" ; While all is dim; To close my weary, aching eyes, And follow him; Through many a thorny path he leads My tired toot; Through many a path of tears 1 go, Hut It is sweet To know that he is close to me, !My God, my guide, ilo Icadeth me, and so 1 walk, Quite satisfied. To my blind eyes he may reveal No light at all; 33ut while I lean on his strong arm I cannot fall. "SKY studies? " JiQv York Sun. "It's easy enough to be a weather prophet. All you've got to do is to "keep your eye on the sky, and it is a very sly storm, indeed, that steals a march on you." Tho speaker was a gentleman living on Columbia heights, Brooklyn, who has done a great deal of sky gazing, but who says he has no desire for a public reputation as a weather-wise man. "Look out of the south window. Do .you notice those long, narrow, misty looking clo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 April 1881

Ml Protect Your Life. - - Cold and moisture combined have a tor porisinp effect upon the bodily organs, and the digestive and secretive processes are apt to oe more tardily performed in winter than in the fall. The same is true, also, of the excretory functions. The bowels are often sluggish, and the pores of the skin throw off out little waste matter at this season. The system, therefore, requires opening up a little, and also purifying ana regulating, and the safest, surest and most thorough tonic and alterative that can be used for these purposes is Jlostet ter's Stomach Bitters. Persons who wish to escape the rheumatic twings, the dys peptic agonies, the painful disturbances of the bowels, the bilious attacks, and the nervous visitations, so common at this time of the year, will do well to reinforce their systems with this renowned vegetable stomachic and invigorant. It improves the appetite, strengthens the stomach, cheers the spirits, aim renovates the whole physique. A prospe...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 April 1881

TH5 TRANSPORTER FjriLWMtD SUH-MONTllLT. lALINaTOX, INDIAN TEKBITORT crIpIoii, $1. pr year In advance If. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher , .. MONDAY APEJL 25, 1881. News Items. Ilia thought several changes in military division will be made soon. One plan is to organize a now divis ion including Arizona, New Mexico, Southern Califoimwi and probably Texas.. X preHB dispatch nays one of the forwent cattle transactions ever made Has just been cloyed by Messrs. Ithrghe8, of t. Louis, and Simpson, wf 'Wcatherford, Texas, purchasing the famous Millett ranch. ftr the imn of .$300,000. Another fine drove of fat porkers titam the Choctaw Nation passed ijhruugh the city Monday. This peak well; for the Choctaws, and in a short time we hope to see our In dian neighbors making a specialty uf hog raising. Ft. Smith Ind. Ttofthlngton Pott.. The day La not far dirtant when &e hstlls of the Montezumas will be nearer to Washington than San Francisco, and every railway train that wakes the Mexican...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 April 1881

3 7 . t l.i i Entered t roatofllce at XXivHngton, Indi. TTritory, b eecoud claim matter. MAH TIME TABLE. Clwell,& Ft. Sill Line. akmvr. I Aitunx. Trcnn Korth 11 a. m. From South 10 a. m. Monday Excepted. Sundays Excepted. Htnfep, mime time, going S. rueedays, Thursdays Saturday; gMng X. Mondays, Wednesdays Friday. Vanlta A Lhh Vepcas Line. Arrive Knln'itHt,5 p. m., Sundays, Wednea. day At KMdays : Kolnj; west, 7 a. in., Mondays Ttmrdaya& Saturday. Local Stems. Several' good ruins have fallen since tlie 17th, t.hc- weather iswa-imi, and vegetation is making a splendid start. Rev. Hnurry ha? four men at work on the building to I ;c erected1 by the Mennonite church. Slowly IKut sure ly the-work progresses.. WHitclaw Reid has Designed the editorship of the New York Tribune. John Hay will probably succeed to the postion of chief editor.. Jlon. Rowland E. Trowbridge, ex commissioner ofTTndian affairs, died! at hishomc iiv Rinmmgham, MichV i'gan;.on the 20tli.tnst. Mr. J. II. Srger...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 April 1881

.J THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. PUBLI8IIKD SKMI MONTHLY, in the Interest of Indian ciTlllzailon and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. SCIENCL. A correspondent of the English Me chanic writing from Pretoria, in the Tiansvaal,. speaks with much enthusi asmof the frequency of the zodiacal light in that part of Africa and the beauty of its appearance. lie says he first ob served it at Durban, in Natal, on May 80th, 1879, and lias seen it on almost every clear night since then when the moon was absent. The air in the Transvaal region is wonderfully clear and transparent, and the constant visi bility of the zodiacal light there is probably due to this quality of the at mosphere. There is so little watery vapor even close to the earth, that stars shine brightly down to the instant of their disappearance below the horizon, instead of growing dimmer and dim mer, as is usually the case hero and in Europe. In opening tho winter session of the London institution, Dr. Lionel S. Beale, F. R...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 April 1881

THIRTY YEARS' REGICIDES, Attempts to Assassinate Sovereigns Since 1850 A Bloody Record. Manchester Examiner. A paper published sit Berne has com piled a list of all the Known attempts at assassination that have been made sinco 1850, under the heading of "llecent Hegicides," a term which, how over expressive, is scarcely accurate, inasmuch as the compilation includes attempts on the lives of magistrates and statesmen, as well as on the lives of princes and potentates, f ho first ension, wounds by which his life was seriously endangered. Nobiling killed himself in prison, while Iloedel per ished on the scaffold. On October '25 of the same year, an attempt to asassin ate tho king of Spain was made by the socialist, Moncas, who, taken red-handed, paid with his life, tho penalty of his crime. Less than a month thereafter, November 17th, the life of King Hum bert, of Italy, was attempted by Pus sanante, whose sentence of deatli was commuted, at his majesty's own in stance, to ono of perpe...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 April 1881

mmclf&mtnmtmmiiwwMmwi itutiii)mmwmmim'mm j nn ! in M All Sorts. A drunken and nrobablv insaiv eolor&l'barta; attempted to cut h throat of his customer, John M.Wal ico. at Marion, Indiana. hj&tmaster General James lias ap pointcd'u commission to invqstigat the .steamboat mail service. Ccntc in at Memphis. Tho whole number of immigrant arrived for the nine months endin March 31st, was, 1,?22. amhof lm 102,000 were Germans. Gen. E. B. Tyler, postmaster Baltimore, must pay Mary A. Mu 7uy $5,000 dnm-ftgcH for indeed assault while she was an employe the post office. The city of Rock Island, Illinov waff inundated by a rie of the Mb .sissippi, on the loth. The walar va higher than during the June fresh v Last summer. A Mrs. Faicl, of Cincinnati, ageel -10, recently eloped with Constair KLlcr, ageel 19. She left a hushanc and" family of children, some' oi whom were as old as her lover. The Gultcnberg BiMe. the fir?' ftook printed with types, " -i' sold ii New jjork recently to 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. — 10 May 1881

ttV-t Mt t-jr. TRANSPORTER. CHETEME VOL. 2. W..N. Hubbell'o dupp.y .jwru. JXJST 11ECE1 VED, "BY- W.. N. HtJBBELL, A BRAND NEW STOCK.QI DRY GOODS, C'LOTFHINGy Hlafe & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh Stock of Staple Groceries. The Largest and Best Block in the City.. Call and Examine Goods and Prices:. Corner Hkiu& Sixth Streets, OTtrposito tho Leland HoteL CALDWELE,. KANS A S.. T. CONNELL INDIAN TRADER AND DEALER IN- GENERAL MERCHANDISE Darlington,. L T. X. "W- HOOI xj. -Dealer, in- 1 Drovers 8t Freighteirs; SUPPLIER tasaFQiac b&kck,, ind. ter. OA1UJNGTON.L F.JB.yoKK&CO' CALDWELL, KAS. General Outfitters Headquarters for Ranch Cattle Men ftOODS IN QUANTITIES SOLD AT Wholesale Prices. Orders Solicited. Voinc A Draper, Dodge City, Ks. F K. York & Co. . Ft.Grflin,Tox. i N. W. EVANS eo Co. Military Traders, -I)KALKllg-!iX DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, AOtD GENERAL EECHANDISE M Goods nsw audi hitest styles and carefully selected' to meet the wants of the people of th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1881

t THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. rUBIJSHKD 8KMI MONTHLY, la the Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. I mm mvm ! IWI.lWWm I 111 ! THE BEAUTIFUL ACTRESS. Fanny Davenport's Generosity to an Afflicted Cincinnati Girl. Cincinnati Knqulrcr. Marion L. Foster is well known to many of our people. She is a young girl, as bright, talented and gifted as she is sorely afflicted. Her artistic merits have often been spoken of in the Enquirer. As a crayon artht she has few superiors. Her paintings on china, silk and satin are marvels of artistic work as are her portraits in oil, and but few can excel her in embroidery and fine needlework. Her allliction con sists of a total paralysis of the whole lower part of the body from the hips down. She is almost helpless as far as moving around is concerned, and sits in a little carriage from morning until night and night until morning. The carriage is so constructed that she can move it herself. In this carriage, though ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1881

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Ex-Parson Munay is said to bo in Texas, seeking a site i'or a colony. The luster of morocco leather is re stored by varnishing with whito of egg. An Indiana paper mentions Joseph E. McDonald for the presidency in 1884. Both the president and Mrs. Garfield aro said to be fiuent talkers of French and German. Gen. 13. F. Butler has gone to St Thomas, "West Indies, to visit the grave of his father. Thomas Kinsella, the editor of Uiq Brooklyn Eagle, is going to Europe for a two years' vacation. There are in the senate two Camer ons, tw) Platts, two Bavises, two Joneses and two Hills. Joseph Ilatton and Archibald Forbes, tho London correspondents, aro both going to publish books on America shortly. Mr. Morton, tho new minister to France, expects to arrive at Paris in June, and Gen. iNoyes will leave that city June 00. Olive Logan wants American women to learn that the very apex of vulgari ty is readied when they dress splen didly for a hotel dining-room. Donn Piatt says...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1881

mZ TRANSPORTER TITBUSHKD Srjll-MOSTIILY. DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. por year in advance. W. A. &ITON, EdiTor& riiiiifshcr TUESDAY, .MAY 10, IKS, News Items. Lionel A. Sheldon, of Ohio, has been confirmed by the senate, as governor of New Mexico. A Kansas City Journal special nays all the saloons of Leavenworth were opened again on the 4th inst. No arrests thus far. There are in the United States ex clusive of Alaska, 2oG,127 Indians, of whom 13S,(M2 wear citizen's drugs and have made considerable prog ress toward civilization. Both the Chinese treaties, a treaty with Japan, one with Morocco and another with the United States of Columbia, were discussed and rat ified by the senate Friday. Five hundred Jews have been murdered at Elizabethgad,in South ern Russia, where they are much disliked by the peasants. No won der Kihilism tlourishes in Russia. The working capacity of the har ness shop at the Carlisle Training School is twelve sets of double har ness pe...

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