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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 June 1881

tawj t; Disorders.which Affect the Kidneys Are among "the most formidable known. Diabetes, JJright's disease, gravel and other complaints of the urinary organs are not ordinarily cured in severe cases, but they may be averted by timely medication. A useful stimulant of the urinary glands has ever been found in llostetter's Stomach Bitters a medicine which not only affords the requisite stimulus when they become inactive, but increases their vigor and se cretive power. By increasing the activity of the kidneys and bladder, this medicine has the additional effect of expelling from the blood impurities which it is the pecu liar office of those organs to eliminate and pass off. The bitters is also a purifier and strengthener of the bowels, an invigorant of the stomach, and a matchless remedv for biliousness and fever and ague. It coun teracts a tendency to premature decay, and sustains and comforts the aged and infirm. . A casting for a steam cylinder, requiring M,000 pounds of molten g...

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

MWUM MlWIMIIIiHlMUJIIW-'' II Hi I f -T -II I I I ' T ' rrP Ghi-k. SoHirriuuKK. F. T. SoinrFiuuaxi i CALDWELL and WELLINGTON, 883- 'too- SCHIFFBAUBB BROS. HOLMES & GO, DRALHRS IN 'W)itriasHlo,ji(1 Itotail Dealers in -et. u. fit, i. j- All Kinds of Groceries an.d: Provisions, . , il &vmot Duoh Nojwptj nf Tire Poofklcet, CLALDWELL, - - -' &"AM!SAS. -333- WELLINGTON, KANSAS. U33- Hardware and Agricultural Implements,, GBOCEF.IES COUNTRY PRODUCE, CUTLEBY, WOODEN & W1LLO' WARE. AnKAKSAS CITY, KAKSAS, ACtD- IIUXSttWttLL, KANSAS. Special Attention Given to Commission and Forwarding to All Points rmMMwrw iwi iim iiiiniiinifTii ifcn i iiihi) itm mm 'IVenty4six distinct companion llavc "boon started since December, 1)79j to work the gold mine in $ ntlh' India, with a subscribed cap ital of $1 0,000,000, half of which has been paid for the mines. .13k story is told- that Ernest Ro-na-jplasi winter had occasion to tcl--tr-raph across the British channel the subject of a proposed ...

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 June 1881

-f ' - ) CHETEME TRANSPORTER, VOL. 2. DAHLINGTON. I. T ., JUNE 25, 1881. NO. 21. BBCBXOflBKRHMVreraRfra 4 Thrailkill & Laux, Dealers in GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Arc prepared to fill all orders for Mockmcn at short notice. CALDWKLL, - KANSAS. !m. (Morris, FLOUR, FEED .A .VI) GROCERIES T make a specially of Outfitting Freighters. gmVhmv and Peed Ml "Wholesale and Ketail. Give me a call. COSANDcv jMOSSEU, Photographers, CAIDWELL, KAN. Cow Boys' Rest' nit, Stock Yards, Caldwell, Kan., W. H. DUNN, Prop. For the accommodation of stockmen. Munis and lunch at all howiw. 5-lIorso Feed. Central Drug Store KoM. F. Smith, Prop. Keeps constantly on hand fresh and pure Drug, Medicines, Fancy Articles, Perfumeries, School Books, at (lie cheapest rates. CALDWELL, KANSAS. ignmmaMwaiaiMiMi'iiMuiiiinuMin wmmw Dealers in Books & Stationery, PERIODICALS, s SCHOOL BOOKS, WALL PAPER, ETC. Pm,S-s'.i Caldwell, Tfm. CONFECTIONER Yand CIGARS, '. in AW Orders Promptly lllled. HAMPTON INSTITUTE. IP CONN...

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 June 1881

I THE nETOH TRANSPORTER. TUDLISniiD SEMI MONTHLY, In the Interest or Indian ciYlllzatlon and Progress. TERMS, Sl.CO A YSAB, IN ADVANCE. FARM NOTES. "Light and Airy," is a good motto to live up to in arranging a lien house. The friends and allies of honest but ter and cheese are closing in upon the oleomargerine and lard venders all along the line. The value of agricultural salt as a fertilizer, it would appear, is becom ing widely recognized, judging from the steadily increasing demand. You can tell a merciful farmer as soon as he stops his team at a post. He takes the blanket off his wife's lap and spreads it over the poor horses. If a good brood sow is rightly kept the pigs from her will more than pay for her keeping by the sale of some over and above those intended to be kept. The yellow-wood Cladrastis tine toria or virgilla lutea "bleeds" when cut as freely as any maple. "Wonder if the sap has ever been tried for sugar. Berkshires crossed on good common sows produce a hog bette...

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 June 1881

FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Cough DitOFS. Linseed, half cup; olive oil, half cup; molasses or honey, half pint; balsam of fir, half ounce; extract of licorice, one-fourth ounce ; mix, simmer, and take from ten to twenty drops three times a day. Railroad Yeast. One tablespoon f ul of ginger, one tables poonful of soda, one pint of boiling' water; thicken with coarse Hour or middlings; let it rise and set in a cool place. Use a teaspoonful in a baking of salt-rising bread. GrAttGLE fok Soiie Tiiuoat. Take one teaspoonful of cayenne pepper, one teaspoonful of salt, one tablespoonful of vinegar, and half a pine or boiling these; then settle. every half hour, water poured over Gargle the throat swallowing some. To Make an Old Fowl Tender. An old lady whose experience makes her advice reliable, says: A wine glass full of strong white wine vinegar forced down the throat of an old fowl just before killing, will make the meat nice and tender. Those who have old fowls to kill should try this simple re...

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 June 1881

1 ;i at . n i i t in THE TRANSPORTER ririitiiir.n .skmi-Montiilt. DAJtHNOTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. per yenr in advance M . A7EAT(LS Editor & Publisher .SATURDAY, JU.VE '25, ltl. A story i going the rounds about a young Russian who can repf.it any amount of poetry, but who is in all other respects a hopeless idiot. That's nothing. There are scores of hopeless idiots in this country who do nothing but write poetry. Bishop Wicks, of New York, was in the city Friday and Saturday last, with live Cheyenne boys that hV had been educating. They were real gentlemanly appearing young men, and will do good service as civiliz ing agents among their people. Caldwell Post. Hugh, the youngest son of U. A. Todd at Polecat ranch, I. T., was thrown from a pony yesterday morn ing and seriously hurt. Di Hume went down to the ranch last evening to attend to the injuries of the little fellow, which we liope are not as se rious as reported. Commercial. The St. Joe News says : "The day af...

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 June 1881

& ,. .. ti h.tmSm 1m TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 2. DARLINGTON. I. T., JUNE 25, 1881. "NO. 21. IXUlll.lUimj-UUJl JUIUM MUU14U.ILHJLIAJ.mH o MAIL TIME TAHLE. Caldwell A Ft. Sill Line. Aititrvc. From North 11 a. m. Mondays Excepted, AKltlVE. From South 10 a. in. Sundays Excepted. Stagey, same tlmor goim? S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Sat unlays; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Vanlta & Jas Vegas Lino. Arrive going east, 6 p.m., Sundays, Wednes days A Fridays : gorngwest, 7 a. m.f Mondays, Thursdays & Sat tin lays. Seventeen wagons from (lie lower Agency were loaded with flour jit the commissary here last Monday. Major Obcrn, the beef contractor for tliis and the lower Agency, came down on the stage Thursday. Kansas has been visited by a num ber of cyclones lately. Great dam age was done to properly, and some lives were lost. The New York legislature is still voting for successors to Conkling and Piatt, but docs not seem to get any nearer to a choice. George E. ...

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 June 1881

wMBSEMsSfiEBsSBBBBL ffnl itmmitvxinBmtrrarMtmvi ,mv, i ;naa.3nEnRnLfK..'&fl if " MTirirfrtin ninrnrnnaMfffTOrniTni i w mm i iiih W. N. HUBBELI ?n.iQT VJ-UkJ ilTPP Ull IN CALDWELL, ecial attention given to filling orders from the Territory. ra'g:suftK&vuo3gm)cxtroj:rvTrax suMautajtauajuaazna rjraHaBzrasaoagac'.r Order anything you need and you shall have it promptly and at Lowest Rates. I AM INTERESTED IX THE GOVERNMENT FREIGHT CONTRACT "FOR THE ENSUING YEAH AND . "WILL 1-IAVE THE VERY BEST FACILITIES "FOR SHIPPING GOODS. Smith & McComb Sttll tree and California tree saddles constantly on hand. WILL FURNISH HARNESS. &MSP&&$38!!8fB8m&&mS5&im$g r.2sra rat tjst- w rp All Sorts. Mr. Howard, for some time con nected with the hulijin service, has been appointed Indian inspector, vice Malvin, resigned. John E. Flvnn, of Brownsville, Texas, died at Red Fork Ranche, J. T., on the J Dili inst., while going up the trni.l M. L. Brown, was with him. The female ...

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 June 1881

YORK, PARKER a 1. ill IV, 9 w Mercantile Company. FT. GRIFFIN, TEX. CALBW'KLL, KAN. DODGE CITY, KAN. oaMkiMtXA.'tWRc.'xnvjMRnss MTML'aUf CTKXHBHB GENERAL NERCHANDISE OUTFITTING GOODS. 'RANCH AND TJJ.AIL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY. All our goods for the three houses are purchased collectively, and for Spot Cash and we offer to our customers the benefit of these two Great Advantages, Send For List of Prices Entire d the 1'outofticc at Darlington, IndL am Territory, ur second cImw matter. W. II. Cleveland, wife, and Dud ley Brown returned to the Wichita Agency on the 14th inst W. C. MeFadand,ofTGpeka, Kan sas, ha? heen appointed commis sioner of the general lanad oilice. MY. Hnrry Mann, of Sumner Co., Kan-, J Kissed this place on the loth, eroing nortli. He had "been in Texas locking after stock. A party of cow boys from Pond Crook, were here on the Kith inst., in search of stray cattle. They had heen quite successful m picking up their stock. II. M. Vail & Co. lately received a new coac...

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 June 1881

I CANNOT TELL YOU WHY. "When Kohin enmo n-cnurtlng me, A comely youth wns ho, While I was but a country lass, As simple ns could be: 1 always blushed was ill at ease Whenever he was by ; And felt so very, very queer, 1 cannot tell you why ! The lowers ho brought I hid away Within a secret nook; He never gussscd how dear they were, Or know what pains E took To keep them long; and when they grew Quite faded, old, and dry, My tears fell on them like a dew, I cannot tell you why! Each gift he gave, each word he spoke To me was very dear ; And yet 1 was but half myself Whenever he was near ; As restless as the startled fawn, As timid and as shy, 1 was and yet he courted me, I cannot tell you why! Oh, there were maidens fair to see, Bedecked with many a gem. Who would have smiled delightedly Had llobin courted them ; And In those strangely pleasant days, 1 used to wonder why lie slighted these, and chose Instead A sweetheart such as I. Ho seemed uncertain of his fate, Until ono summer day...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 June 1881

t Disorders which Affect the Kidneys, Are among the most formidable known. Diabetes, Bright's disease, gravel and other complaints of the urinary organs are not ordinarily cured in severe cases, but they may be averted by timely medication. A useful stimulant of tke urinary glands has ever been found in llostetter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine which not only affords the requisite stimulus when they become inactive, but increases their vigor and se cretive power. By increasing the activity of the kidneys and bladder, this medicine has the additional effect of expelling from the blood impurities which it is the pecu liar office of those, organs to eliminate and pass oif. The Bitters is also a purifier and strengthener of the bowels, an invigorant of the stomach, and a matchless remedy for biliousness and fever and ague. It coun teracts a tendency to premature decay, and sustains and comforts the aged and infirm. A man should prepare for death the day before he dies,'' said Kabbi Eleaz...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 June 1881

f i ' . fc 1 . ill,'. '..' 1 1. . i' w.wiiin.ini.iiimiiHWiii mmmmmmohm - ii Trf mimmm -M:j-. , CALDWELL am vraLi'xrjTrfx CnS. SHIII'PMAITKK. F. p. Soiiimiiviiim SCHIFF BAUER BROS. OLMES & -CD 0 ft DEALKHS IX Wholosnlc and Itotail Doalora in- All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions. ijMiauiJUiiiiwii!i)uv.iaLiiLiiMiuiwiuiiMjui-jjLfiMiawwHrMjiaujjuLtwa ,'.j i 5 VI ,Jt A.4J r Tttifr Door '.Youth oII.tius .l,(),'mi4i,cK. CWIBWRCiL. KAM&AS. 333- VJ3LIiIiTGTON, KANSAS. -333- T1M '!! The St. Louis lawyer who tried lo row hereditary insanity in his eli-i-ni, unci In ought out I lie fuel Mini ' vii? an adopted poll, foil buck in; )d. ehair and blushed. A party is at work surveying the loule ironi McAllister, on the M. K. il T., through the Choctaw Nation I Fort Smith, Arkansas.- The road v ill pass through the inexhaustible i-aJ fields from which the Choctaw people already receive a handsome rvaltv. Texas cattle are now bringing )Mre in St. Ijouis and Chicago than t uey bave since the 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. — 11 July 1881

CHEYEME fTlTTl ' VOL. 2. DARLINGTON. I. T., JULY 11, 1881. NO. k2 ' 'II'JL'UI UUU J.l-l..'UUJi-lJllVJ H.f.JL WH&H,yi UmjJMl IHUMUU Ml ,1 JilM.lt UU'RSHB'MLIiJllit44.' aTAimZ2HR3CUTM3UthSCSSUVJiP3Tr(VnM m 4 Ik'T L i "1 i II D iiAioruivirj li y Thrailkill & Laux, lottlors iii GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Arc prepared to fill aUlorders for Stockmen at sliort notice. 0 A LD WELL, KANSAS. fjn, (Morris, FLOUR, FEED ASD GROCERIES 1 make a specialty of Outfitting Freighters. fl3dFFlour and Feed at Wholesale and Retail 'Give me a call. T. CONNELL, INDIAN AND DEALER IN- GENERAL MERCHANDISE Darlington, L !, J. "W. HOOD, -Dealer in- Drovers & Freighters SUPPLIES, RED FORK RANCH. ND. TER. COSAND MOKKKR, Photographers, CALDWBLI, KAN. Cow Boys' Rest'rnt, Stock Yards, Caldwell, Kan., "W. H. DUNN, Prop. For the, accommodation oftockmou. "Meals nml lunch lit nil lioui'H. Jfce-Jilorso Food. Central Drug Store ljobt. E. Smith, Prop. Keeps constantly oji hand fresh and pure Drugs, Mod'icmcs, Fan...

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 July 1881

t THE FLOUR OF THE FAMILY. vlnternational Exhibition of the Men Who Make It America Eclipsing all Europe. London Time. Tho Agricultural hall, accustomed to promote by displays of fat animals the indispensible manufacture of meat, is now being devoted to tho still more fundamental interest of bread. This international exhibition of Hour-mill machinery, of bread-making and baking machinery, and of cereals and farina ccous products, surpasses in magnitude any show of a similar kind which lias been seen in Europe, and for novelty and importance in the exhibits is in comparably superior to the great mil lers' display at Cincinnati last year. Tho spacious ground iloor of tho hall, measuring some four hundred feet by two hundred feet, is completely occu pied by massive structures of timber and metal, representing sections of actual mill buildiims. with their sever al lloors, rising in some instances nearly to tho crown of the arching glass roof; and these erections, as well as the areas be...

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 July 1881

if ti I Trouble Ahead. When the nppotitc.1 fails, and sleep grows restless and nnrefreshinj,', there is trouble ahead. The digestive organs when healthy crave food, the nervous syston when vigor ous and tranquil gives its possessor no un easiness at night. A tonic, to be effective, should not be a mere appetizer, nor are the nerves to be strengthened and soothed by the unaided action of a sedative or a narcot ic. What is required is n medicine which invigorates the stomach, and promotes as similation of food by the system, by which means the nervous system, as wi II as other parts ol' the physical organism are strengthened. These are the elfects of Jlosletter's Stomach Hitters, a medicine whose reputation is founded firmly is pub lic confidence, and which physicians com mend for its tonic, anti-bilious and other properties. It i" "sed with the best results in fever and ague, rheumatism, kidney and uterine weakness and other maladies. How the Indians Take the Census. One of the curio...

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 July 1881

y '$. THE TRANSPORTER PriiLiiin Smii-Monthiv . DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY BubBcription, $1. per year in advance. W. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher MONDAY, JULY 11, 1881. instructed in Hewing and household j dutiCH. During the psisi year Up- tho pains to conceal the belief that the emperor will be assassinated within the next thirty ds. They i tin shop bus sent out anions the In . .1 , ,i . '- .! J 1' J 1.. pnn ..i' .1.... MM 1... assert that the moment it becomes apparent that no reforms arc in tended ho will ho executed. mmmmttinf,mxncnrm)mrwizin Texas Slock Journal : Up to June 17th, 2G5,22(.) head of. cattle and 4,734 horses had passed Ft. Griffin, against 337,504 head of cattle and 4,731 horses last year. Exchanges show an increase in the volume of business in every city, and that the increase is less tlian 10 per cent in only three cities out of twenty. The increase at the princi pal cities has been remarkably large ; 56.9 at New York, 58 at Bos ton, 51 at Cincinnati, and 4...

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 July 1881

wwa JwwtnBimM m vmua vmmumiwun.u.ULjijiit n i i in wiiiiwikjmiivuWi hi i i i WW It 1 1 '" i f ' 'iWiiwm 'J i .1 1 Uicamuiiinu i mmwttmfiiimmmittmiWtysu'ymomtKrmtixttlMvfii , , TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT1 VOL. 2. DARLINGTON, I. T., JULY 1 1, I ,S81 . Na 22. W"lIMU:aiJ.Wyig iifi-nnfjmf.t.W'1 rfflmiTtl rntf-ifmh nnln -- u i i i ir nr . t . MAIL TIME TAHLK. Caldwell & Ft. Sill i.ino. ARRIVE. From North Ilium. Monday. Excepted. aimhvb. From Soul h 10 u. in SmuhiyH Kxft'ptud. cungux, same time, y! S. Tuiwltiya, Thursdays A Sutunlnyx; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Vnnltn A: Las Vogna Line. Arrive going oust, 5 p.m., .Sundays, Wednc. days A Fridays : going west, 7 a.m., Mondays, Thursday & Saturdays. Local Items. Cow boys who want a good square meal should call on Chas. Fox. D. Hays, one of Wichita's oldest and wealthiest merchants, was hero last week. The Wichita Agency freight train returning from Arkansas City pars ed on the 5th instant. The largest slock of Outfitting ...

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 July 1881

r IV t . 'J f i4 HM. '4 , l1?,' ' i II W. N. HUB BELL, 1 I LARGEST. SUPPLY HOUSE i 1 1 .' IX CALDWELL, I J m . . :8 R38 1 iffi Special attention given to filling orders from the Territory. Order anything you need and you shall have it promptly and at Lowest Rates. 1 AM IXTliK.KSTUD IN TI-IK 'crOVlCRNMRNT FREIfiUT CO.NTR ACT FOR TIIK KSSUTNU YI5AR AK.D WILL HAVE TH 15 VERV.RFST FACILITIES FOR MIIPPIXO OOODS. Smith Si McComb Still Tree and California Tree saddles 'M constantly on hand.' WILL FURNISH HARNES5 r ), G mva Till- N-UC of th' Tk'A.I OUTFR i- il lii !.. , 1 an extra large line of l)jr copier, and ; is sent to lii'jirlv everv cow camp in I he Tern lory, our object being to lu'iiclit our adversers, who 'have dealt with usm liberally, and at the same time advertise the paper. It i with genuine pride that we call at tention to the Jarjrc number of ad vert L-(MiHnts of first class houses, that appear in our columns. The fact tluit the Tkanspouthr is used so liberally hy merchants ...

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 July 1881

q j YORK, PARKfc DRAPER Mercantile iQompany, FT. GRIFFIN, TEX. CALDWELL, KAN. DODGE CITY, KAN. uaamesmaamasmaKsezwcKE gw.i.s-j imiam.g LLMgimgntmip gicnitJjiMK.-jiajtgyrBLTrravtgii GENERAL MERCHANDISE a OUTFITTING GOOD rv V 1 EfiTRANCH AND TRAIL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY. All our goods for the three houses are purchased collectively, and for spot cash; and we offer to our Customers the benefit of these! 1 two Great Advantages. Send For List of Prices. A. Witzleben, Manager, OALDYKLLJvAN. m m mm i Unlcrctl Hie L'o&tulliue m Durlituluii, Jnui. an Tcrritoiy, uh second chu'H mutter. Patrick Lrhan, of M -lactic, Tex as, passed through this plan; last week bound for Caldwell. During the cloven months endins May 31st, 561,29-1 immigrants land ed in the United ?t:i' .. Over four hund.rd intruders-- in the Creek and ChoeLiw Nations have been ordered out. Jn the birth columns we have to record in favor of Ben Keith, a pair of girls. One f them died soon after birth. The position of isuo clerk ...

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 July 1881

IHE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. PUBLISHED SBMI MONTHLY, In the Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress, TERMS, Sl.CO A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. HOUSEHOLD NOTES. Soft Ckaiis Clean tho crabs, clip them in beaten egg, then in cracker crumbs, and fry in hot lard. Cujm-: for Corns, Take equal parts of pulverized indigo, common brown soap, and tallow; make a soft ointment by rubbing together; spread it on a piece of soft leather, and apply it to the corn; keep it on until relieved. Sorn Milk Cakic. Beat together one cup sugar, one-half cup butter, and one egg. Add one cup of sour milk, with one even teaspoon of soda stirred into it. Then add two cups of sifted Hour, a half cup of chopped raisins, and spice to taste. Loaf Cakis Beat together two cups white sugar, one scant cup butter, three eggs, and three teaspoons baking powder. Add a cup of sweet milk and then gradually beat in three heap ing cups oC Hour. Sprinkle a little powdered sugar over the top of tho cake before baking. Potted Ham. -Tak...

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