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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1881

IH Entered the Poutofflcc at Darlington, Indi. ti Territory, as second cIubb matter. MAIL TIJU5 TABLE. Caldwell A Ft. 3U1 liuo. akiuve. 1 AHRrru. )Frora North 11 a. m. I From South 10 a. tn. Monday Excepted. Sundays Excepted. Stager same time, going S. Tueudayo, Thursdays A Saturdays; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays A Fridays. Y Anita & Law Vegas Line. Arrive going east, 5 p.m., Sundays, Wednes days A Fridays: going west, 7 a.m., Mondays, Thursdays A Saturdays. Local Items. A valuable horse belonging 'to 'Rev. Haurry dieil on the 5th. Miss Kiltie, daughter of Agent "Whiting, died at the Ponea Agency on the 2nd of May. Bea. Goode is iust reco-vering from a rather severe attack of pneu monia. A boy came to reside permanently with Rev. Haurry, -the Mennonite .minister located at this Agency, last Thursday. The cattle for issue at this Agency were delayed by high waters south of Fort Sill, and the issue had to be delayed till this morning. The Agent started vyesterdaj' for U aid well 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. — 10 May 1881

A A LEAF FROM THE CALENDAR. Where wood vlolefs love to grow Thickly lies the winter snow; Whore the streamlet sung and danced, And the summer sunbeam glanced "Through the meadow, down the dale, All is hushed, and chill and palo! "Where the crow-foot's tender greon Earliest in the spring is seen; "Where the Checkerberries hide By the palo arbutus' side, And the cowslips tipped with gold, Over hill and dale unfold; Where the ferret, soft and brown, Stores his nest with pilfered down ; And the field-mouse in the heather Sleeps for days and weeks together; And the snuirrel, wise and dumb, "Waits for better days to come; 'Lies the winter bitter strong Heaped through freezing nights and long; While the tempest comes and goes, Sliding swift o'er drifted snows; Clouds abovo tho gloom below: Tell me when will winter go? Whon tho buds begin to swell ; Whon the streams leap through tho dell When the swallows dip and lly, Wheeling, circling through tho sky; When the violet bids tho rose Waken f...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1881

No Land on which the Sun Shines Possesses greater imlunil advantages thun our own, but there are portions of tiro great grain-bearing West and fertile Koutli where atmospheric inilueneeK prejudicial to health militate against them, in some degree, as places of residence. Heavy rainfalls and the overflow of great rivers, which upon their subsidence leave dank vegetation exposed to the rays of the sun, there beget malarial fevers, and there elso the inhabitants are periodically obliged to use some medicinal safe-guard against the scourge. The most popular is Ilostelter's Stomach Cittern, a preventive that has ,"o oyer a quarter of a century afforded relia ble protection to those whom experience in the lutility of ordinary remedies for fever and ague, has taught to substitute for them. Whether intermittent or remittent, mias matic fevers are conquered and averted by this superb ant Aperiodic and fortifying medicine as they are by no other prepara tion in use. Use it, and ubandon impure...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 May 1881

Ml lV (MPMM tMiaiiitiiiWW'11 & . . ' All Sorts. ftnssia Ims issued a circulnn invit ing the powers to- a conference, for Hiw jnir-noso of considering meas ures against nnavehistv. Petroleum has been discovered in fciio vicinity of Coffey ville, Kansas, nndtho people of that village are jMiieh oxefted in consequence. Dalrymple,the Dakota whesilking, will sow !J0,000 acres, of that cereal this year. Pie uses over a hundred self-binding harvesters in taking care of his crop. Mlij. Nelson, thv army paymaster who lost $15,000 of 'Government money, and who was sentenced" to two years in the penitentiary- at De troit, diftl'a. few days ago.. Tile, residence of IT. Ri Ball, may or of San Francisco, was- burn ad a short tfme ago.. "When the fire was subdued the liodios of his wife and two duughtoiis-'mr& found in the ru ins. THc origirf of the iire is a pro found mystery. John Ciuyrapherc, the Huagarian who had - been asleep at the poor House at Allentown, Pa., for soventy ftvovdaysr...

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 May 1881

" f PTTTTIVnvrTi1 I II. ni u il fR. I I 'J It. VOL. 2. DAKLINGTON, I. T., MAY 25, 1S8L NO. 19. hw.l .viuvaKKSPauBrmstt Ufa rorvtK5KHa VJX'.UM II 1UJMWMM ift - b r W- N. iubbjell'a 3upply Store. JUST&ECEIVE1) -F.B.TOBK&GO -BY W. N. HUBBELL, A BRAND NEW STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Clothing, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh Stock of .Staple Groceries. OALDLL, K AS. General Outfitters H E ADQU ARTE RS (FOR Ranch Cattle Men 1 Tho Largest and Best Block in itlieGiku Oall and Examine Goods and Prices. Corner Main & Sixth Streets, Opposite tho Leland Hotel. CALDWELL, KA?;SAS. GOODS IN QUANTITIES SOLD AT Wholesale Prices .Orders Solicited. York &. Draper, Dodge City, Ks. F. B. York d- Co. Ft. Grflin, Tox. T m Sm rx Oh Nli HiJuJu 9 INDIAN" TRADER AND D1CALER IN- GENERAL MERCHANDISE Darlington, I. T. J". W. HOOD, -!Daalor in- "Drovers & N. W. 13V ANS & Co. Military Traders. -DEALERS IX- Freip-foters P L I E S, S U P DEY GOODS, CLOTHING, AND GENERAL Merchand...

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 May 1881

SONG OF THE CARPET. Tho (lay is conic, mid tho carpets Arc dragged outside tho house; As a man is dragged to tho station , At the close of a big carouse. it 1 see tho wife and her handmaids Wado through tho suds and tho dust; And 1 feel as though tho pie of my life Was nearly all under crust. Come, give mo a club with a handle As long as the month of May; And J. will wattle tho carpet The whole of the livelong day. Do you reckon tho grand old masters, Tho immortal barbs sublime, Sonfc the echoing thuds of tho carpot stick Down the corridors of timo ? Oh, like the strains of martial music, Tho endless "thrum, Hum, thum I" Makes mo think of tho man on dross pa rade, A-pounding the big bass drum. I wield the stick thoy have brought inc, With a ilap, and a thud, and a hiss; Oh, hotter a year and a half of sleep Than fifteen minutes of this. Perchance some humbler poet Was driven at rise of sun, To faco a carpet and collar a club,. But he didn't do it for fun. For a carpet has power to q...

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 May 1881

utJJ No Land on which the Sun Shines Possesses greater natural advantages than our own, but there nro portions of the great grain-bearing West and fertile South where atmospheric influences prejudicial lo health militate against them, in some degree, as places of residence. Heavy rainfalls and the overflow of great rivers, which upon their subsidence leave dank vegetation exposed lo the rays of I he sun, there beget malarial fevers, and there also the inhabitants arc periodically obliged to use some medicinal afe-guard against the scourge. The most popular is IIoFlet ter's Stomach Ditters, a preventive (hat has for over a quarter of a century afforded reliable protection to those whom expe rience in the futility of ordinary remedies for fever and ague, has taught to substi tute for them. Whether intermittent or remittent, miasmatic fevers are conquered and averted by his superb anti-periodic and fortifying medicine as they are by no other reparation in use. use it, and abandon in pu...

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 May 1881

A THE TBANSPQRTHR aAmtOKaTQif, ikdiak tijulitort Subscription, .$.1. pryeiria adrance. V, A. EATON, Editor & Publisher WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1831. Clippings. MiaPinneo, of Colorado dfentrad 5Ii8B Curtiss, of ToneKfi, in the tirventy mile nice ; time,. 59 : 27. Miss (Ourtiss had to leave the track at the fnd of the thirteenth mile on ac count of exhaustion. If vdloiaw r odgo Granxot. JaswiJivanB had a load of barbed wire freighted through hero this week for his ranch. He employed Harper county teams and loaded tl'Jozn home with big loads -of dry worad. Since the temperance l.W went mto effect there has not been a case aft Trunk in Medicine Lodge, to- our Knowledge. To add to the strangeness Ltfi tfier above titatcmeirt, District ourt has been in session and this ta-an occasion that, heretofore, has never failed to bring with it several oases of boosj'nass; . ($61.. Ballcngprr, of the i.arned GlironoHOone, W'as'uttmedjy Mayor OKUuim with a revolver-one daylast week, but the Col, like...

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 May 1881

fW ! tfNH' I'l'.f.'KJ,'., Bntcretl the Pottofltofr at Davlkigton, Iruli. ah Tewritwyv rs second clni matter. XAlh TIME TABLE. CwMwolI A Ft. Sill Line. arhivjc. 3fromNorth 11 a. im MxradtiyH Cxouptttd. AnnrvK.. ' Frow South ID . m. Sundays Excuplcd. Stagf, 8iiinn tlm, tfoltiK- S.. Tuesdays, TthUBfldajw it Saturdays; Kolnp H. XTondfryav Wcclno&cUiy & Fridays. Vnnlta A L)t-VffM liino. Arrive Kolnffnt,5p.nv.,.Sundayfl, WcdncH. tlftyH A Fridays: going west,. 7 a. in., Monday, Tuunday A Saturdays. Local Items.. Rain and' plenty- of it. Miss Edith Reynolds is viaiting rolktuvjs ati thistplaco;. Lake City, Kansas, proposes to have a big 4th of July blowout. A little daughter of Mir: Gasper Keller died very suddenly oin the night of the 17th instant. The hot. weather setin in earnest on the 14th, but was varied' on the 19th and 20th by cold1 rains. Mr. Candee, while crossing the river Monday morning, got a duck ing the boat capsized.. Mrs. W. Ji. Hadley returned! on the 18th insti.fr...

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 May 1881

THE CHEYENNE TRflHSPORTER. rUBLISIIKI) SUM I MONTHLY, In the Interest of ManJJiyllizatton and Progresj. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, JN ADVANCE. "SCIO'S LOVELY ISLE." The Beautiful Region Recently Devas tated by Earthquakes. "Washington Onclto. Scio (or Ohio), the Island in the Gre cian archipelago which has been visit ed by a terribly destructive earthquake, involving the loss of several thousand lives, has an area of: four hundred sqimro miles, and is separated from tho coast of Asia Minor by a strait seven miles "wide. Its civilization and fame are as old as tho mythical period of Greek history. Among the seven cities that claim the honor of being the birthplace of Homer, Scio, the cap ital of the island, was one. When Pan died and tho oracles of Dodona became silent; when the curtain fell on tho strange pathetic, beautiful, and roman tic storyof the old days of Pagan my thology, the spirit of life and music that had filled the days of Scio with beauty, seomed to die and pass away with t...

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 May 1881

u - 'I a whole week of your duily lifo in the last three hours, and I swear to you, by all that's holly, that if I live till Monday morning there will bo strong help provided for you in the kitchen, and you shall have all the monoy you want to buy clothes for you and the children. And I'll never say again that you have nothing to do. "Why, there isn't a man in America who could live as long as you have and do the work that you have done for ten years, or ever since we've been married." "The work is the very smallest part of my trials, Harry. I've been a mother to ail these children in that time, you know." Harry Ilarcourb hadn't thought of that before; but ho considered it now. And he becamo at once a strong and earnest advocate of equal rights for men and women, with tho added right of women to protection from hard labor while bearing children. If you want to hear an unanswerable argument upon the woman question at any time, you've only to say in my he ro's hearing, that women are ...

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 May 1881

s m maena a n jj tigj&v jvawcyun rite vwi p j k en gjc . m t t ji m t m t St tSU't jU'JfeBrtmtfWWMHtcm. ,aaiwi 3 News Items. in regard to tin- funding of the national debt, the London Econo mist says : Secretary of the treasury "Windofn is to be complimented up on the ingenuity of his scheme and the judgment he has shown in put ting it into execution. Fifty Indians, employed by Chief Thomas Jocks, of the Caughnawagus to work his quarries in Canada at the rate of J per day, have struck for 25 cents more per day till the 15th of May, after which they will strike for 25 cents more, or $1.50 per day. They must be civilized. Agent Miles, of the Cheyenne Agency, recently dispatched'to this city a sixty-wagon train of bis blanketed Indians for freight, with out a white man along. The fact that they transacted their business in good shape reflects great credit upon Mr. Miles for his skillful man agement of his charges in the past few years. Traveler. , Among the live stock arrivals at C...

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 June 1881

CHE YEME TR ANSPORTE R VOL. 2. DARLINGTON. I. T., JUNE 10. 1881. NO. 20. a&Km&jj:n:uiaJHJMiMii WW Thrailkill L Lauxt. Detilera ih GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Arc prepared to fill all' orders for Stockmen at short notice. CALDWELL, KANSAS. TT7 HW . mm mom. WMifai majiTT FLOUR, FEED . 1 AND mnnTT-rn Hi i . n D r M-TTSTr tth rt vjniWOJESiXtlJliO H make ji specialty of Outfitting Freighters. 'jpflFTlour and Feed at "Wholesale and Retail. Give me a call. COSAND & MOSSER, Photographers, OAIiDWELL, KAN. Cow Boys5 Rest'rnt, Stock Yards, Caldwell, Kan., W. H. DUNN, Pi-op. For thi accommodation of stockmen. 3Icala and lunch ut all hours. irIIora Food. Central Drug Store Hobt. P. Smith, Prop. Keeps constantly on hand fresh and pure Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles, Perfumeries,. School Books, at the cheapest rates. CALDWELL, KANSAS. GREEN & GTLFILLAN, Dealers In Books & Stationery, PERIODICALS, SCHOOL BOOKS, WALL PAPER, ETC P. O. Building, JUIM 8TUKET Caldwell, Kan, CONPECTION...

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 June 1881

' V ' f V TIE Wm TRANSPORTER. PUBLISHED SEMI MONTHLY, in the Interest cl Indian civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1,00 A YSA3, IN ADVANCE. THE DARK DAY IN CANADA, The Unexplained Phenomenon of No vember 1819. Jn some interesting and graphic reminiscences of Montreal sixty years ago, Mr. J. II. Dorwin writes to the Montreal Star as follows: "What was -tho strangest occurrence of that time, or rather the strangest thing that ever happened in the history of this coun try, was what has been always known as the Phenomenon of 1819.' On the morning of November 8, 1819, the sun rose upon a cloudy $ky, which assumed, as the light grew upon it, a strange greenish tint, varying in places to an inky blackness. After a short time the whole sky became terribly dark, dense black clouds filling the at mosphere, and there followed a heavy shower of rain, which appeared to be something of the nature of soapsuds, and was found to have deposited after settling, a substance in all its qualities resembl...

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 June 1881

.: 6 FARM NOTES. There are more health-giving proper ties in a lew rusty nails than in some of the so-called poultry food. From experiments made, many farmers of Pennsylvania claim that animals "will weigh more when bran is mixed with corn meal than when the latter alone is fed. Every farmer would find it profitable to raise some sorghum for syrup, and in addition to that, sorghum for fod der, dried, or fed green, is a magnificent feed for stock of all kinds, especially milch cows. In an address before the American Agricultural association, in New York, E. Pekar, the Hungarian commissioner recently sent over, announced that the ilinty winter wheat of Minnesota was the grain mostly sought in his country. Poultry of all kinds should be well -fattened on yellow corn, if possible, but should not be fed for at least twelve hours before killing, as a crop filled with food sours and turns black, injur ing the appearance and sale very ma terially. A strange cattle disease has made its appea...

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 June 1881

I THE TRANSPORTER rt'BL16IU.U SLHI-MONTIILV. SAILOTOTON, INDIAN TEBRITORT uWorlrticm, $1. per year in advance. w7a. EATON, Editor Publisher fiSiJav, jink 10, bS. Clippings. The Mormons arc Haul to hold the balance of power in Arizoin. The Grange elevator at Lawrence was destroyed by fire on the night of the 1st fust. -the work of an in cendiary. Loas $5,000, partially insured. .1. C- Hess, of Neosho Falls, Kan., wil arrested for treating another person to a drink of McC lean's Blood Purifier. He was fined $100 and costs of suit. Caldwell has been made a presi dential postoflice, to take o fleet on the iirst of July. This shows that the town has made rapid progress in tho last few vears. The lied Kiver Croniele says : Two coaches running between Eagle Pass and Sun Antonio, Texas, were taken in by road agents and the passen- . ycrs nibbed of their loose change. The strange spectacle of a church floating down a river was seen dur ing the prevalence of the recent high water in Dakota. I...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 June 1881

u 4 ' V, g-.gi-r-mtir- iailtlt'1 WTT'I 1 -.-. ,-..... ...-- -.. -.. ;.-. ,-, .. TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 2, DAELINBTON. I. T., JUNE 10, 1881. NO. 20. Enjtrad the Pottofllce At Darlington tU a"Q Torritory. ns second clnna matter. MAIL TIMETABLE. Caldwell A Ft. Sill iUiiu. AIUUVE. From North 11 u. m. Mondoyrf Excoptud. AHKJVK. from South 10 n. m. Sundaya Excepted. Stages, siiino time, going S.. Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays.; going N. Monday Wednesdays it Fridays. Vanita & iLas Vegas Lino. Arrive golngcast,5p.m., Sundays, Wednes days fc Fridays: going west, 7 a.m., Mondays, Thursdays & .Saturdays. JLocal Items. G. K. Reynolds, L. Candce and 'D. Hays went north on the stage, last Wednesday.. Mrs. W. TT. Cleveland arrived yesterday from Lawrence. :She will accompany hex ihus'Uaind to nadan ko after a short visit "here. A Kiowa, imd Camanche train of fifteen wagons passed here on .the 7th, returning from Arkansas Qit$', Uoaded with flour. Robt. F. Smith, of Caldwell, in cites...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 June 1881

f W. N. HUBBELt, LARGEST SUPPLY HOUSE IN CALDWELL. ecial attention given to fillinp- orders from the Territory, o o Order anything you need and you shall have it promptly and at Lowest Rates. I AM INTERESTED TN THE GOVERNMENT FREIGHT CONTRACT FOR THE ENSUTNG YEAR AND WILL HAVE THE VERY BEST FACILITIES FOR SHIPPING GOODS. Smith & McComb Still tree and California tree saddles constantly on hand. WILL FURNISH HARNESS. All Sorts. There tiro 2,750 languages. Sara Bernhardt has married M. A. .Angelo, who traveled with her dur- ing her tour through America. An English lady was exhibiting her castor oil plant and was called away. Her husband being asked the name of the next plant said : "That is cod liver oil plant." Iroquois, owned by Lorrillard Bros., won the English Derby. He is the first American horse that ever won even a place in this race. His owners are said to have won nearly $2,000,000. The Persians have a novel way of expediting the passage of criminals. An offender was recen...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 June 1881

r YORK, PARKER, DRAPER, FT. GKIFFIN, TEX. Mercantile Company, CALDWELL, RAN. DODGE CITV, KAN. .JENEEAL MERCHANDISE I OUTFITTING Gi)OIASv: RAN'CH AND TRAIL snW.f;l-WK A SITXMMTY. All our goods &r the three houses are purchased collectively, ;an.d For Spot Cash; and we offer to our customers the benefit of .these two Great Advantages. Send For List of Prices. Local Items. Wanted. Straight cash on sub scription at this office. The streams are all '4own at last And freight is no longer 'delayed. Several colored Hosiers tacKi. gone nj) the country lately on furlough. John Murphy returned 'Fnain the Territory romi-d-aa'ps uai the. 2nd. Rev. Hanrrv has ttfoe .foundation for his yesid once completed. ('a. Council is building a ware room adjjoining his store. 0. A. Harvey is 'doing the wraik. J. S. Evans, of "Port iRcrno, re turned last Saturday from a long stay in the East. Some movers with children too numerous to .estimate ipassod -a few djiys ago, en Toute fo-r Texas. The river at th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 June 1881

utxajuuBtaraemruouTOiaaisi THE SEED AND THE SOWERS. EyjuFlo little the A - hGSGQdmnv be. ft v Ever so little the hand, But when It is'sown it must grow, you see, And develop its nature, wpell, llower or tree; The sunshine, the air and the dew are free At its command. H the seed bo good, we rejoice in hope Oi' the harvest it will yield; We wait and watch for its springing up, Aumlre its growth, and count on the crop That will come from the little seeds wo . drop f In the great wide field. But if wo heedlessly scatter wide Seeds we may happen to find, Wo care riot for culture or what may be- tide, Wo sow hero and there on tho highway side WlietherHhey'vc lived or whether they've died We never mind. Yet every sower must one day reap Fruit from the seed he has sown. How carefully then it becomes us to keep A watchful eye on the seed, and seek To sow what is good, that 'we may not ) wdei) To recoivo our own ! A LUDICROUS ELOPEMENT. It's hard for a "country jake" to con voy to his Susan J...

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