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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 May 1886

rri CONQUERING A VICIOUS HORSE, A Trninor'B Victory Over a Man-Killing Stallion. The Cosmopolitan theater was crowdec last night with people anxious to see Prof. O. It. Glcasou, the horse-trainer, handle the vicious Canadian stallion that killed his groom a week ago. When people entered the house they caw a big brown horse standing inside an inclosure of board fence, painted green. Prof. Glcason appeared a few minutos after 8 and spoke briefly to the audience. He intimated that mosl horses had more intelligence than their drivers, and after a few encouraging re marks, entered the pen with the stal lion carrying a whip and a cocked re Tolvcr loaded with blank cartridges. He spoke to the animal in a loud tone, and then walked toward him. The stallion moved into a corner of the pen and turned his heels toward the profes sor. Instantly ho received several stinging blows around the hind legs. Then he turned his head toward the professor, who cautiously reached out his hand and patted the...

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 May 1886

T. C0NNELL, Itnnao Cottonwood creek, Indian Territory. Till Llucoln lu chargq. FRASER & OBURN, JAMES II, BOND, W. B, Roberts & Son, rff J. A. MoCor nilok, manager Darlington, 1,T Range on Cot tonwood and Campbell crooks V I CiW JiBs t . - mi 'j s -iv -JTnr. .'' A'rL J 1 r W Vi -WT -V, .-VfW,if,w&i..xV mzx Silver City, Indian Territory. HOAD BRANDS ion left loin v ifaS f-it,vt ift it mWIE i Saijussc lKj(EiwwHiSp'flB3Wfcfj"' i iB nl NsM&fcjislI 'S2 g h ELV1 TILL LINCOLN. ELLSU ORTH TORREY & SON, Darlington, lnd Ter Wm.Co.Ioo, foreman Same on right side o all stock cattlo. a on right side and hip. ADA on leftsldo. Some V on left hip. A. M. Walker, Manager, Darlington, I. T. W. G. 1UMBEKLIN, ' roatoflleo address, White Bead mil, Indian Terry. k i. jjMWMniniiK 1 in f rr- r m H&f4fJE. j MiMfZ- ?.,utxvc .m k ym IIL on loft side and same horses on should er or hip. some cattle branded or loft hide. Homo brand same as main cut on left hip. Some cattlo O on both sides....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 June 1886

(tjp m & TR AN SPORTER ''Maffet-& Merritt, Publishers. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) Onh Dollar a Vear. Vol 7 Darlington, Indian Territory : June 26, 1886. No. 19. pjrfacsRna i jju.mi uu iini i ii i ni'irii .nu n OHEYEME CELEBRATION Elaborate Preparations Being Made to Obsevre the National Day ! WORSE RACING, FOOT RAGING, TUG OF WAR, Etc., Etc. Official Ord ers MONDAY, JULY 5 .! Mt Start Reno, Indian T erntory. iPROGRAMME.: FOOT ?EIJ0'JE1&. Timo10 o'clock u. in. Open to onlielcil men only '1 Foot race 100 yards. Entrance fee 2. First prize $ Second prize $ 2 Foot race, go-as-you-please, four times around panulc ground. Entranoc fao, 1 First prize $ Second prize $ 3 Wheelbarrow race fifty yards. One prize $ 1 Running long jump. Entrance ice 50c. One prize $ 5 Running high jump. Entrance ice 50c. One prize $ (J Standing long jump. Entranco fee 50c. One prize S 7 Sack raco filly yards. One prize $ 8 Potato raco fifty yards. Entrance fee 50c. One prize $ 0 Hurdle race 75 yards, 3 hur...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 June 1886

mrm t-t THE CHEYENNE TRiNSPORTE, ESTABLISHED 1879. MAFPETT & MERRITT, Editors and Proprietors. UBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Tor ' NOTES FROM THE OLD WORLD. Two men-of-war havo been ordered to Now Ilobrides to protect tho British inter- CBtti. A great Bocialint mooting called at Tho Hague to protest against tho govornmonfc prosccutioiiH, wtiB broken up by Uio police. Queen Regent Christina, of Spain, will bo docoratcd by the popo Wliitsundy with tho order of tho Golden Rose a very raro honor. Queen Mnrgnrot, of Italy, will summer this year at tho charming Villa Pctraia near Florence. America's Queen will try Protty Prospect. Tho lower house of Ihorcichsrath adopted a bill abrogating tho right of trial by jury for two years in tho cases of porsons undor indictment for anarchy. & Tho emperor of China imperiously de clines to chow fine-cut. No barbarian shopped up tobacco for him. Givo him opium or givo liim a chop-stick. M...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 June 1886

r? A NEW YORK IN CANADAr How tho Ex-Alivuion Pass Away fpti '""the Time lu Montreal. V A Montreal correspondent writes to VChe Next) York World as follows: The Montreal exiles are all right. The con Tiction of Jaehno was a great shook, but it did not demoralize them entire ly. A correspondent arrivod here this morning, and found the various hiom bers of the party enjoying life as best they could under the circumstances. To say that the conviction of Jaehno was a surprise to Mr. Kcenan and his friends does not begin to do justico to the situation. They were dumbfounded. Mr. Keenan was so confident that Jaehno be acquitted that he had made every arrangement for an immediate return to New York. His wife and children, except his little boy, who re mained to keep his father company, were sent home three weeks ago. She was accompanied by Mrs. Do Lacy and family. They wont to Boston lirst, and from there it is believed that they jour neyed on to New Yoik. This was about the time the senate...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 June 1886

IfJP s THE CHEVENHE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. V4 CWeiue aM Arapahoe Aeency, DARUNQTOl), IKD. ill Texas Land and CATTLE M?itl 5f Eagle ctler and Cimarron Rivers, "W Jj v.o. Kiowa Km. & KftniM city. Mo. Am Brand on clfSor litp, sld or both, known as the T5 brand. Old mark, by, allow fork la right ; now Add under bit In left. ADDITIONAL BRANDS. ZDoth aides. Mark, crop an lndu tit li both. Hon brand urns ai cattle, on right hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Babbit, Gon'l manager, Cheyenne. Wyoming. It. M. Allen, Assist Manager. Mobeetle, Texas. May have olthor oraml or both, and on any part ofanImal O on loft Jaw Horse brand JD (connected) bar on loft hip. Range in com pany's pasture, on North Canadian river. GEORGE REYNOLDS. (colored) norso G R left shoulder. Ranch on Bitter creek. Postoltlce Silver City, Indian Tory risra m JOE ANDERSON, rostomco, Frod, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Ter. FRANK L. FRED, INDIAN TRAD'R Dealer in General Merchand...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 June 1886

; bO ICMBi THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, iirAdvanoe. .--- ' eheyence aad Arapahoe Agency, DARLIN&TON. mo. TER. ' MAFFET & MERniTT, Publishers. 'Entered atUio ro&ttfrlloo at Darlington, as second class matter. ' Licut. Macomb rejoined at Reno last week, alter an absence In the east. IIo brought-out with him his family. : Oliver Eastand has returned from a three months' visit to his Mississippi home, and is at his pose of duty at Trader 'Barker's. Vacation. What We Would Like to See : 'Dr. Gray has gone to the United' States on a short leave. His son Ed. andllev. Dr. Voth are attending the sick during his absence. Thos. Hambleton, for over two years an Agency employee, has relinquished flns position to become superintendent of the saw-mill at the!S?ost. Kias-Williams, a returned Carlisle boy, ;has opened a harness shop near the livery. iHe does allkindsof lepairing, and should be encouraged in his work. A party of Agency folks attended a so 'Cialat t...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 June 1886

'M -V mmi THE CARDINALATE. Description of the Office and ltd Hon rs Anecdote About the Red Hat, In viow 9f tho pope's adection of Archbishop Gibbons, oM&Hknorc, as a membor of the college of cardinals, the following facts about the cardinalato will bo found interesting: Tho college Df cardinals is the aonato and sovoroign council of the pope in tho government and administration of tho Catholic church in Rome and throughout tho world, and is composed of a number of ilistinguiahcd ecclesiastics. The office and dignity of a member of this body is tormed tho cardinalato. A cardinal can not, unless invested with the episcopal character, perform any act that depends tor its validity upon such a character, nor can ho lawfully invade the jurisdic tion of a bishop; but apart from this his rank in tho church is always, every where and under all circumstances, Biiperior to that of any bishop, arch bishop, metropolitan, primate, or patriarch. Although all cardinals are equal among tnomselvo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 June 1886

r ra i FARM MANAGEMENT. The Rise and Fall in the Price of Cattle Kept on the Range and Ranch. Tho Presont a Favorable Time for Buy-J ing, fencing, and Stocking Oattle-Eanches. " How Land May Be Prepared for Setting Out Treea with Little Trouble or Expense. Tlic Range in tlio Future. The estimated value of ranch and range property has been subject to great changes during the past few years. In 1875 a herd of cattle could be bought in Texas at $9 per head, the seller "throwing in" all the calves. Often one wishing to dispose of a large "bunch" of cattle would oiler to make a present to the purchaser of a sufli cient number of horses or ponies for the use of the herders. At that period many large herds were sold on four years' time. The purchaser by judi cious management could meet his run ning expenses and make his annual payments by the sale of matured ani mals, and at the expiration of the four years have a much larger herd than he started with. At that time it was not necessary to ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 June 1886

UtJUllUilUVW)lMW MIIIIIMIJWmWUJ T. C0NNELL, Uango Cottonwood creek, Indian Torrltory. Till Lincoln In charge. ERASER & OBURN, JAMES n. BOND, W. E, Roberts & Son, T. A. MeCnr mlok' manager DarlluRton, I.'T Rangoon Cot (onwood and Campbell croelcs Silver City, Indian Territory UOAD DHAND3 on loft loin A 1 Km . s Z ", , iL ' ififtw '' - i sm ' kmjl fcBMA tBWBL r--tmV'mw4m I Is fe&Mi 2&ii3Sa&P' ?&!n' . ! JLiL!lftK iiYmtuK iliiirM qr ' a--i---.- y ELLSWORTH TORREY & SON, Darlington, lnd Tor Wm.Coiroe, foreman Same on right side o all stock cattle, a on right sldo and hip. ADA on leftside Some Von left hip. TILL LINCOLN. SmtiSpff ' B 'H mWmmmmmmmD HH 1' HL B ft lusxJ CHEYENNE A. ARAPAHOE CATTLE COa (LIMITED) rostolllco address : E. Fkhlon, Manager, Cantonment, Indian Terry. A. M. Walker, Manager, Darlington, I. T. W. (1. KIAIBERLIN, roatofllce dddriSJ, Whit , Bead 1IT, Im:aii Terry. IIL on loft sldo and some horses on should er or hip. borne cattle branded or 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. — 12 July 1886

Lp TRANSPORTER, v JtL rj I rjJ J -Cj Maffet & Mkrritt, Publishers. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) One Dollar a Year. Vol 7. DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY : JULY 12, 1386. No. 20. . Oliver P. Morton, a well-known Carlisle graduate, died lact weelo-in camp. 1 ttimt9mmmmmatumm I mm m . a. , Wo print an extra coition of this issue of the Transporter, to accommodate those wanting extra copies. Auparly of farmers from the Chickasaw' country passed through on Tuesday, en route for "No Man's Land." Jim Samson has harvested his oat crop raised on Geo. Bent's farm, and is now stuffing his livery stock In good shape. Win. Ross, colored, is performing ser vico on the Darlington and Cantonment semi-weekly mail route as sub-contractor. The first green apples of the season ap peared from the Washita country last Tuesday, selling Rt fifty cents per dozen. Tuesday of last week was undoubtedly tile most oppressive day of the season, the thermometer registering 05' degrees in the shade. The Arapahoe school b...

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 July 1886

HE CHEYEHHE TRAHSPDRTEK ESTABLISHED 1879. MAPPETT & MERRITT, Editors and Proprietors. INSCRIPTION, $1 PER VEAfl IN ADVANCE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlington, Indian Ter OTHERWISE AND PERSONAL. Henry George is 47 years old. AitA.ni Pasha is teaching school at Colombo, in Ceylon. CONGRESSMAN REAGAN is Said to be a w. ventriloquist of no ordinary power. The Boston fund for the widow ol Gen. Hancock lias ceased to grow at the $8,800 mark. It is reported that the Order of the Garter will bo conferred upon the em peror of China. A Dublin philanthropist, Timothy Sexton, left $40,000 for the benefit of infirm preachers. T. V. Higginson, the writer, bc- cause of delicate health, does not allow himself to go out after dark. Kaisek Wiuielm expects personally to attend the military maneuvers of September next at Strasburg. BEVIS MARKS SYNAGOGUE. Mu. Powderly, the Knights of La bor king, never talks politics. He hasn't time, he says, to think of it. The oldest son of Secretary Bayard,...

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 July 1886

-r ' f r . V I HOW HE GOT THE BLUES. A Nowspnper Man's Experience as a Manufacturer of Indigo. An Alia reporter was chatting ou the Oakland boat with a friend, the other day, when the chattee said to him: ."Did you ever see a blonde Indian?" The reporter for once admitted there was something ho had not seen, lingering on the admission long enough to give the angel of record a whack at the in cident. Pointing across the deck his friend indicated a close-knit, tall, busi nesslike man, who, sure enough, in his features, was a perfect imago of Black Hawk, chief of the Sacs and Foxes, al beit ho was blonde, and sandy as thd typical Scotchman. "Know him?" said the party of the second part. "No? Why, that's Jim Woodard, who did more to givo The Cincinnati En quirer reputation by his "Jayhawker" letters than Gath has done by his top loftical tumblings in the same paper. Woodard is now the San Francisco agent of the Wabash road, trying to recoup himself for losses." The reporter's fancy was ...

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 July 1886

MMNMMiirtNMiMMMWMMitMli j iT liiih'ii 'In rt ' . - - - ..MaiMl-ja K wi i - i-1-i ii ii ifrltlOHW MM I'M THE QUEUE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. easyenne ana Aiapaiioa Agency, darlihotoh, ind, tee. JULY 12, 1 886. MAFFET & MERRITT, Publishers. Extra copies of this Is&uo can be se cured at this ofilco. A Waste of Time. Jlie supremo court of the District ot Columbia hnts juat rendered the decision that tho Cherokee Indians are a foreign nation, consequently an offense against them is not a violation of the laws of the United Statc3. " - " ' ' At Iflw JCIown an effort is being made to hnvon mail line established from that place to Fort Supply, thence to Mobeetie, In tho Panhandle. KIowa being much nearer to those points than Dodge, tho plan Is very feasible, and it should be put into execution. The military at Sup ply and citizens in tho Panhandle favor it. f Wo have received on exchange the "Pioneer," a new puper latelv born at Tuscosn, west of here in the...

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 July 1886

fb vmtZM ttTWBWMWWWtyWMi ( THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. A Uooil Talk. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. i i cayenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON ind. ter. JULY 12, 1886. Entered at tho I'oatolllce at Darlington, as second class matter. Lieut. Aliny,Gth cavalry, relieved Lieut. Wygantas quartermaster at Reno. An addition is being built to the brick hcuooi uouac at tiio rost, to make more j room for omeers' quarters. From the Indian Colony. 1 guest Miss Bcllo Fletcher has been a at the Daillngton Hotel for over a week. She id to remain at the Kiowa school an other year. A. Soiler and 'Miss Anna Latschar have come to be employees in the Arapahoe school. .iMIsS'Lj has been with1 Key. Uaury, at Cantonment for some time. The Post en wniu ill hao been closed down for 11 few d.iyo to undergo a change in the position of tho engine and boiler. TomlXamblcton is the mechanic. The n Probably the finest and most forcible address ever delivered in the country up on the ndl'in question was tha...

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 July 1886

A FAMOUS SELLER OF BOOKS. jfntorctlnK Skotch of Houry Stovono, tho Ijondon JJook-Denler. "What is your busiuoss, Mr. Ste vens P" "I am a sollor of books. " "Ah, a bookseller." "No; a sollor of books." This dialogue, writes a London cor respondent to The Ncto York Tribune, which took placo in court between the late Henry Stevens, of Vermont, and a cross-examining counsel, is character istic enough of tho man. Ho was a seller of books, but ho did not choose to bo confounded with tho generality of booksellers, to whom books are mer chandise and nothing more. Ho Was, in his own dopartmont, one of the most learned and accurate bibliographers who over lived. Ho had no superior, and no equal in London. People who knew him not may easily have been misled as to his real ability by tho whimsicalities in which ho delighted to indulge. On tho title-page of the most sorious, and certainly tho biggest, vol ume ho over published the "Catalogue of the American Books in the Library of the British Mu...

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 July 1886

mrm ft K- THE WORKING WOMAN. With a whip of many stinging strands, Need drov her to the mart, Where Toll'o rude chain enslaved her hands, ' But could not bind her heart. When the winds outside her casement called, As they went roaming by, The prison walls her life enthralled, She looked on with a sigh; Jet flowers of word and deed she wreathed About the bonds she wore. Forgot at times what air she breathed, What heavy weights she bore. When thickening dust filled .all the street And choked the blinded day, Her fancy fled where all seas beat; She felt the cool, salt spray. Flung by the billows' fluttering hands Across the weary space That held her from the shining sands, Drop kisses on her face. Dark, flower-lit woods she wandered through, Sbc heard the wild bird sing, In sunny haunts where violets blue Look up to greet the spring. The city's ha,rsh and deafening sounds Unheeded round her fell. When thought o'erstepped the narrow bounds Of Labor's citadel. With a woman's tender, lovi...

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 July 1886

)lr! 'W UHKUUHaMOHH W. II. DOTY Morris 8c 'Doty, '' "' ! I . , , ,..., .,M II ..M . I , . .. I.. , Stack Brand.s. - JAUE3V0Nr,vr wmo. cSBSw wGk a,,, GROCERIES jR&ssMimMs&mL IT Eagle ctilrf and, cimarrou Rivers, w $! tWMMEBHMKjL i'iiiiiw ("mm.. iMMTi1mM iVMIK KlH AMtLlffVTVTll'f WIHHStuL S1 Sranfis o cir'ner hip, aids o? both,. Known ai the iTB-brand, Old mark, swallow- foilc In right ; now ado;undnrllt in left. ADIMTXONAI, RRANDS. ap Both fclcif-c, Mori:, crop and under bit It am oth. Hocm brand Bamo Q3 cattle, on right hip. E. E.. WILSON, Manager. STANDARD CATTLE CO, A T Rabblton'! manager. Chojeuno. Wyoming. R. M. -Allen, Assist Manager. Mobeetlo, Texas. t auflL Monfort Johnson , Fort Rmo, Iiul.Tor. Also lltfUvo 6,Lrlim-fflo- II, heart, 7BC, EC, diamond link right side, Vivrious oar marks. Some PSVon right nip. EH Somoicattlo m on left shoulder and side. VtIous other brands "Horse brand m G9 El on left thltfh, somo on lore tnigii. w None sold avnnnt wB for shipment. TOWN.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. — 12 August 1886

0 f 66 MAl'FKT & Mbpxitt, Publishers. (ESTABLISHED, 1S79.) Qal Dollar a YiMtft No. 21, V0L7 r DARLINGTON, INDIA.N TEIITORY?MrG. 12, 1886. CHEYENNE TMSPORTEK. VIM imMMJlJUtmUMtiBII i L-tuuii Miif uxmiui. mmim i. 11 1 CMUOTX The Cowboy's Lament. Through progress of vnllroads, 'Our occupation's gone, Wo put our ideas into words, Our- words into a song:. First comes the cowboy, lie's pointed for the west; Of nil the pioneers I claim The cowboy is the best. Wo miss him on the round-up : Gono is his meny Rhout. The cowboy's loft the country, And tho eauipilro's going oul, No railroad nor graders Nor anything to mar Our happiness in camning out, Or trav'ling with tho star When I think of the good old days, My oyes do sometimos illl, When 1 think of the tin by tho camp Arc And tho cayuso on tho hill. 'Iinmagination takes me boclr, 1 hear the merry shout; 'But the cowboy's left the country, And the camptlre's going Out. Yon freighters arc companions, , You'll have to leave tlie land, Can...

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 August 1886

CmM lMMBMjtekii 3m "0 PBMiJiif l 'wjuaHoviu-iesi THE CHEYEHME TRAHSPORTE. ESTABLISHED 1879. MAFFETT & MERRITT, Editors nnd Proprietors. INSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY, Darlinffton, Indian Tor PERSONS AND THINGS. An oak tree recently cut down ncan Visalia, Cnl., turned out 44 cords ot" wood and 1523 fence-posts. A mountain of pure marble of bril liant colors was recently discovered in Swain county, South Carolina. A club has been formed at New York which will admit to membership only those who claim Canadian citizenship. Although the island of Jersey is not more than thirteen miles in length and six miles in breadth, it possesses nearly live hundred miles of road. An old resident of Cromwell, near Middletown, Conn., has taken 11 L bod ies of .drowned persons from the Con necticut river in that vicinity. An improvement is noted in grinding stones and emery wheels, by which the wheel is given a reciprocating lateral motion in addition to its rotati...

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