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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 July 1881

mm W f -w MAN. The Greatest Work of the Creator and the Most Remarkable Machine in Existence. Mjui "is the only living creature that can walk and stand erect." His face and eyes look straight to the front. ITis anatomical structure is in many ways different from that of the ape's. The facts are all old, but strong. The great distinction of man, however, is that the range and quality of his rea son and his power of language lift him immeasurably above the brute crea tion. His glorious body, quintessence of dust, is worthy of the facilities which manifest themselves through it reason, imagination, love, will-power, speech. Man is majestic. His do minion over things is absolute. Power and dignity are written in his form and bearing. The grandest statue, the most impressive portrait, cannot com pare with the reality which it strives to imitate. Praxitilcs carves well, Kaphacl paints skillfully, but what artist can compete with the Divine Master? No colored outline or chiseled form can e...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 July 1881

i'4ini.iiini'rvinnniiirriiffrrniTrgiTTWiTrrMfwvM7mMinTiigntiiriwyiT)ftTTiiVwarrnT CllAH. SOIIII'IMIAUISU. V. l. SGiurntAUHit 'i.tnO- CALDWELL and WELLINGTON, 0 SGHIFF BAITER BROS. HOLMES & CO., OKA 1,12 US IX- Wholesale ami Iiotail Doaloro in Hardware and Agricultural Implements, All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions, Fikst Doou North of this PosToiwierc, CALDWELL, KANSAS. GROCERIES COUNTRY PRODUCE, CUTLERY, WOODEN & WILLO' WARE -333- WELLINGTON, KANSAS. -333- Thc editor of the Indian Journal, having survived his first bait of green corn, rises 'to thank the lady who gave it to him. The "Baptist ehureh at Garrctts ville, Ohio, was blown up by powder or dynamite. The inside of the church was entirely destroyed. Hewins fc Titus made their first shipment of 2(5,000 cattle, from Hun newell, Kansas, the latter, part of hist month. Judge Parker, of the U. S. Court, at Fort Smith, has sentenced Geo. W. Padgett, Wm. Brown, Patrick McGowan, Amos and Abler Man Icy to hang September 9t...

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 July 1881

CHEYEME TRANSPORTER. VOL. 2. DAELINGTON, I. T., JULY 25, 1881.. NO. 23. JwiimuiwtmHu'U'iAr.v.'yiijra ormweaaMewHawna IMlJLMlWi"tfMJMlM9WMmMtm.''MWMMW Thrailkiil & Laux, JKuilora in ! "I'"" y""N ,NT " -TX -T- - vtUUJtL41 H v O .Hit COSAND & MOSSER, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. AND PROVISIONS Are prepared to fill1 all' orders far Stockmen at short notice. Cow Boys5 Rest'rnt, Stock Yards, Caldwell, Kan., W.H. DUNN, Prop. Kor the uccommoihition of stockmen. Mcal.s and Imicli ut nil lioni'M. Jt3FHorse Food. CALDWELL, KANSAS. ffim. Morris. FLOUR, FEED A.ND SL Central Drug Store IloM. F. Smith, Prop. Koc)s constantly on hand fresh and' pure Drugs, Medicines, Fancy Articles, Perfumeries, School Books, at the cheapest rates. CALDWELL, KANSAS. A HERDING GROUND. UilEEN & GILFILLAN, DcjilcrH in GROCERIES I make a specialty of Outfitting Freighters. 0T Flour and Feed at Wholesale and lletaiT. CiMvo me a call. Books & Stationery, PERIODICALS, SCHOOL BOOKS, WALL PAPER, ETC. i Cald...

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 July 1881

i ' V TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for thlfl pnper Blioultl bo wcom parted by tlio nnino of Uio nutlior; not ncccMimly lor publication, but ns nn crldcncu of good fultli on tlio putt of the writer. Wrlto only on ono Bide of tlio Piper. Ho particularly careful In Klvliiff humph nml Iltttta to liavo tlio letters nnd 11 wires plain nml dlHtincr. Proper numcs nro ortcn dlitlctilL to dcclplicr. beennso of 1M canUfiM manner In which they uru written. OUR HOME-MAKER, Whero the mountains Miupe to tlio westward And their purple chalices hold onow-made wine of sunset Crimson and amber and gold . hi this old, wide opened doorway, With the elm-boujihs ovorliead liouso all garnished behind her, And the plentiful table spread Sho has stood to welcome our coming Watching our upward climb, I n t he sweet .June weather that brought us, Oh, many and many a time! To-day in the gentle splendor Of tlio early Hummer noon Perfect in sunshine and fragrance, Although it is hardly June Again is the ...

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 July 1881

mm T J i ACURIOUS ANIMAL, The Strange Inhabitant of a New Jer sey Cave Is It a Wild Man? On the farm of AVilliam D. Green, on the road from the village of Flori da, to Glenmorc Lake, says an ex cange, isa cave inhabited by a non-de-script animal, somewhat partaking of the human form. Some time ago this animal was seen by two men named Armstrong and Sullivan, who were at work in a field near the cave. It so much resembled a human being that Armstrong who was eating his lunch asked it to take apiece of bread, where upon it gritted its teeth and (led to the cave, remaining in sight only a few seconds. Several persons have endeav ored to entrap it, but without success. All who have seen it, describe it as having long, shaggy hair. A few days ago II. Seybolt, a well known hunter, chanced to pass the cave and saw the animal lying at length upon a stone wall and shot at it, when, with a cry of mingled rage and pain it leaped from the wall and lied into the cave. Mr. Green on whose farm the...

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 July 1881

umrxmi YORK I It i 6 .j JLu ? Mercantile Company U PARKER, -w-v -m m a vj y. h w UtlAfl IT. GEIFFIN, TEX. 'A LOWELL, KAN. DODGE CITY, KAN. MWMaBT.lial-rWHtmmmgr!iir!isr?t c-rvrrj rjinr.rej?fl?qxMixrojairsMuxjtt ilKAL MERCHANDISE 3 OUTFITTING GOODS. prRANCH AND TRAM, SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY. Be ft fl All our goods for the three houses are ourchased collective! v. x -" H HI and for spot cash; and we offer to our cutomers the benefit of these two Great Advantages. Send For List of Prices. A. Witzleben, Manager, CALDWELL, KAIST raKxv tJuBm KEZ5EI Fox, the hotel man, is very much ..rushed with business at present. Mr. Chas. Rovnolds, Mr. Prank Van Morn and Miss Kdith Reynolds started for the States on the 11th. Mr. Will Doty and Mrs. Geo. ID. Beyiwlds and daughter started for Caldwell on the 13th inst. Of late the couches on the Cald well and Fort Sill lino- have been hoavily loaded with passengers. ,1. W. Hood, of Red Pork .Ranch recently sold to an Eastern firm, cattle valued at $35,879. ...

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 July 1881

TZZ?ZT?T?'Wr??r?!!t?'TUM' """ - f n-Trtimiifftiuft ... i..i .w.i. . i.ii.-lii.-,x.iwwAt td a xtuu'vdhpvto ci nppi Txftrxn "A liliOI wll. i IL'Ii kj JL H .Ijiix7I 11i. x VOL. 2. DA K LTNGTON. I. T., JULY 25, 1881. NO. 23. MM iwewiHaMmjmi!Mitmuajiw jraw.Tmgrgrcy:iranrfttfjyvMmtru V MAIL TIME TA11LJE. CaMwell & Ft. Silt Lino. AKKTVP. Krnm North 11 n. m. Mondays Excepted. AKHIVK. From South 10 ji. in Sunday Excepted Mage, same time, koIiij; S. rnculay Thursdays & Saturdays; jroinjc N. Mondays, Wednesday & Fridays. A. T. A S. F. It. T?, TIMK TATlLR. CAI.mVKl.I. STATION-. rASSOIIRCr. Accommodation, ARMVR. li:.0 A. M. 8:10 1. M. nr.iwirr. 3: no P.M. fi :20 A.M. . Post W. V.. mihiiIimII M.ilri over snmkine ear. I .sit in tin rear of 3(X) head of veai-lincr steers to llcnrv the ear. Several seats in frnnt of ma Schwiellor, a prominent stock mini ?nt n tail, mntv man with heavy, of Sedirwiek pnmitv. last week, at black whisker, Retwern me niu! . . ... . ' Gov. Crittenden was inexo...

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 July 1881

&MM I rBfOknuH W. N. MUBBELL, :.rii?ur Qfippf 7" v1 I? ill H i u r HOI; V -J w IN CALDWELI Special attention given to filling orders from the TERRITORY, Order anything you need and you shall have it promptly and at Lowest Rates. I AM INTERESTED TN TILE COVISRNMttNT FREIGHT CONTRACT FOR THE ENSUING YEAR AND WLLL HAVE THE VERY BEST FACILITIES FOR SHIPPING GOODS. Smith & McComb Still tree and California tree saddler constantly on hand. WILL FURNISH HARNESS. "' Fg-Tynmw m THE TRANSPORTER I'UIIMHIIKD SHMI-MONTHLY. DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. per year in advance. W. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher MONDAY, JULY 2fi, 1881. Local Items. Cow boys who want .'i good square meal should call on Chas. Fox. Seventy-nine Indian freighters, headed for Arkansas City, left this place on the 2 1st inst. Cosand & Mosscr, the Caldwell photographers, are making some fine pictures at Reno. An Arkansas City merchant sold forty sets of double harness to Chcv enncs in one week. ...

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 July 1881

4 . .J rAxrvxyrzzryivruy-u :raf gj;fc)TOtuwwi?rf amamn ynmnm i tAjMwttiAtfrEtrjif a t g nnmm mf ! nnwnn - i - I . MMIMM ? t .,, 17. -jhfm - -- r.ir fTrtfln''?? i .IM --li.4i nx fejj SB Cromwell and Van ftaton, Fort Itono, Ind. Tor. Horse, same left shoulder PROPRIETORS FOUT K10XO DAIRY. Milk delivered regularly every morning at Fort Ueno and Darlington. jtiRmWJw '- s r"7ii? ! H. King, (iertrudcs, Texan, K on left jiv, Orcgory, Hldred & Co., David stith, manager, Medicine Lodge, Kan. Itoad brands, LEV, LM eannected, and r s on lelt side. Currycomb on side or loin. Isaac Jones, Vnadark'o. I T Ranch on Wal nut Creek. J J on both sides and both jaws. James S. .Morrison Darlington J ml. Tor. FOST OFFICE, CAM!' SUTrLY, I'D, TFU. Lkk Xr Rf, ynolos, HIIKKOKHS AND PUAt.UItS IS Pure and Graded Hereford and Short Horn Cattle Ranch i: is Oldham Co., tkxas. ALU Rennott Haneh and range on salt Fork, I,T. T. O. Caldwell, Kan. Cattle brand : hori zontal bar on bothsho'l der blades, ltor.se. i i...

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 July 1881

l THE CKEVEHHE TRANSPORTER, rUULISIIIiD SEMI MONTHLY, In the Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. HOUSEHOLD NOTES. A clam shell is more convenient for scraping kettles and frying pans than a knife. It does the work in less time. Fkkcklt; Lotion. Muriate ammo nia,one dram ; cologne water,two drams ; distilled water, seven ounces; mix and use as a wash. It contains nothing injurious. When washing fine laces do not use starch at all; in the last water in which they are rinsed, put u little fine white sugar, dissolve it thoroughly and the result will be pleasing. Puffs. Two cups milk, two cups Hour, two eggs, a little salt. Beat the whites separately, and add the last thing. Bake in muflin rings or cups. This is sufficient for eight cups. A Luncheon Dish. Beat two eggs, mixing with them a tablespoonful of cream. Put them into a saucepan, adding some anchovies and some rain fled tongue. Spread on toast and serve Immediately Cokn Cakes. One cup of...

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 July 1881

me again. My heart yearned for sym pathy. I would have welcomed it. But those who came to me came be cause they thought it their duty, not from love or kindness. Not one of them asked me to her home, or tried to make me forget my sorrows in other things. No, they reminded me of them, and preached patience and resig nation." "They acted according to the lights," said charitable Miss Keziah. "They have led easy, pleasant lives, and did not know how to deal with sorrow such as yours." "But you knew," said Mrs. Denton, m a low voice. VYes," answered Miss Keziah, "I know, because I have suffered, too." They sat talking by the fire until nearly midnight, and then retired to .rest. Mrs. Denton, for the llrst time since Edgar's death, offered up a silent but earnest prayer before she fell asleep. Her heart was no longer hardened. She did not go back to her cottage the next morning as she had expected, for Miss Keziah's rheumatism had been increased by her late walk of the previous evening, ...

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 July 1881

iBJiiii1fiuwiiinT '' '""" " "" mm,! i mumi.iirtHWMUwiiwniiwi mi iwiwiiiiwininf iimriiMiMHiTi niiMimiiT M0MnnU4ftftMMMHtflMMMaMUIMMMM P. 1. SCHIVrDAUEK 388 CA-LDWELL and WELLINGTON, - - . 3: - - i . I oo Ou5. Hcuiivdai;i:u- SCHIF.F BAUER BROS. HOLMES & CO., DEALERS IN- Wholesale and HoU.il JDoalors i Hardware and Agricultural Implements All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions, GROCFJEIIES COUNTS Z" PRODCJvJJS, CUTLERY, First Door North of the Postqffioe, CALDWELL, KANSAS. -833- WELLINGTON, KANSAS. -333- W. R. Moore, of Shackleford Co., Tpx.j is on the trail with J, 100 htid f entile for Caldwell, Kan. The newspapers have found out Moro about Guitttau's antecedents $uin tile police. The will of the late George Ar aiour has been admitted to probate at Chicago. The estate is valued it $3,500,000. During the week ending June 8th fwenty-threo deaths occurred al Havana, from yellow fever and fif foen from- smallpox. Tno expense of shipping from ftlainsville,. Texas, and expense of market...

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 August 1881

I 10" Tl 7 SHI Ik ' "HCT ITl VOL. '2. DARLINGTON. I. T., AUGUST 10, 1881. NO. 24. ttTz&irz77izirTxrtTvrs'vriru?Tn jaJUTTB'!43TrHTEKT,.WW!KISCV!TrllWBaKnUIWVnWI5tlTS!V Oreswell Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. J. f. ifUEV, - - Cashier. I'tt'iTOttw Pm k Timr Deposits. -Money Loaned at Lowest Rates.. Funds Guarded by Sargent fc ( 1 rcen leaf's Time Lock. 4iYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. fpn, (Moms CALDWELL, KANSAS. FLOUR, FEED A XI) GBOCEKEES .?. make a specialty of Outfitting Freighter. gg?"-Flour and hvi at Wholesale and Retail. (Jive mo a (Mill.. J.. HOOD, Dealer in- Drovers & Freighters SU1 3 i. A 1 il j ? PvEDFonK ranch, im tbu. N. W. .KVANW &Co. Military Traders. DKAI.KUSIN DRY GOODS, OH)TI-HNG, AND GENERAL Merchandis e Hoods new and latent styles and ran1 fully selected to meet the wants uC tho people of the Territory, FORT ItEXoam TFR. THE TRANSPORTER One Dollar per Your. COSAND A' MOSSER, Photographers, OAXDWSLL, KAN. Cow Boys' Rest5 rat, Stock Yards, ('aid well, Kan., W. H. 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. — 10 August 1881

4 THE CM TRANSPORTER. PUBLISH)!) SEMI MONTHLY, In the Interest of Indian clTlllzatlon and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. SUNSTROKE. Timely Suggestions as to Treatment of Persons Overcome by Heat. 1. Carry the patient carefully, but promptly, to the nearest shade. 2. Secure for him us much circula tion of wholesome air as m?iy be possi bly obtained. 3. If the skin is hot, sponge with cold water or ice. 4. If the head isvery hot, and the arteries of the neck 'pulsate violently, apply ice. 5. Give two teaspoon fills of good brandy or whisky every ten or fifteen minutes. The addition of two or three drops of laudanum to each dose of the stimulant prevents vomiting or purging, which is liable to occur and often to prove fatal. 6. Don't give largo draughts of cold water or any other fluid, even if the patient is able to swallow them. 7. Don't allow the patient to be moved or raised from a recumbent posi tion until sufliciently recovered to ren der it safe to do so. This seldom...

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 August 1881

tf. i THE HIGHWAY COW, pro- 'Tlio hue of her hide was dusky brown, Her body was lean and her neck was slim, One horn was turned up and tho other turned down, She was keen of vision and long of limb; With a Ilo.man nose and a short sunup tail, And ribs like the hoops on a home-made pail. Many a mark did her body bear; She had been a target for ail things known ; Oh many a scar the dusky hair Would grow no more where it had once grown : Many ti passionate, parting shot Had left upon her a lasting spot. Many and many a well-aimed stone, Many a brickbat of goodly size. And many a cudgel swiftly thrown, Had brought the tears to her loving eyes, Or had bounded oil" from her bony back, "With a noise like the sound of a rifle crack. Many a day had she passed in the pound For helping herself to her neighbor's corn ; Many a cowardly cur and hound Had been transfixed on her crumpled horn ; Many u teapot and old tin pail Had the tanner boys tied to her time worn tail. Old Deacon Gray was a piou...

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 August 1881

i ? L 1 L1 J ? Q A P If P 9 Mercantile Qompany, j FT. GRIFFIN, TEX. CALDWELL, KAN. DODGE CITY, KAN. G EN ERA L M EROHANDISE OUTFITTING GOODS jgaar-UANCH and trail supplies a specialty. I All our goods for the three houses are purchased collectively, and for spot cash; and we ofFes to our customers the benefit of these two Great Advantages. Send For List of Prices A. Witzleben, Manager, CALDWKLLKAN 'MmmiSmMSS KSQmM9WSFfHB3nK&Z S&SS&SStvi s2 Hut prod the T'oatofllpo at Darlington, ludi un Territory, us second pIiiph matter. M A IU TIM li TA ULK."" " Caldwell & Ft. Sill Uno a i mm:. Fronv North II a. in. Mondays i?'u(')itcu. AKItlVK. From Soutli 10 u. in. bumlnys I'Jxuoptcu. Stages, same tlnio, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays it Saturdays; going X. Mondays, wmmesdays x Fridays. A. T. ft S. I?. It. K, TIMIO TAIILK. CAI.mV P.M. STATION. Passenger. Accommodation, Aumvr:. 11 :r0 A. M. SM0J AI. DIJI'AKT. UrOO P.M. fi :20 A.M. Candoo's new store building is a very substantial :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 August 1881

?S tf-." '. ' 1- V. 4;m "!. iteMvtt,'twwva:siiw ...... . . , . .. -M""iv.rj(iMffr.jrjWSU2Vli:M TIJAXSPORTKlJSrrrLKMENT. ' ' wj VOL. 2. DARLINGTON. I. 'l., AUGUST 10, 1881 NO. 24, "J 1 I J. fffW rnimmTnr-Tntir rrm mTrinl.Ml. - .zzz: r "JWTiiiwHiiBuii uiLwiiiufflanciii maMwwu MiMmnjjBuuuuwMKieT, rujwr menwmmmvmni?mmhivumm:mimimnmitBxi K 1 IT Yankee Notion Store lesf assortment hJ" evervthjiur in the line ()f NOTIONS' FANCY HOODS. ii Soul hem Kansas. Full '-line of sewing jjaiwIriisM' sup plus of nil kiivlU THE WHITE Sowing Machine exec-Is anything in (he market. jgPliollnm prices ;ind satisfaction guaranteed. VLWOll & MAUI ION, ARKANSAS (MTV, KANSAS. M3t.aniBrirmi vV. A. EATON, KMor& Publisher The Harper, Kan., Times savs tliirly-o.ue ears of cattle, ahmit 7(10 head, were shipped from Harper in one dav. a short iitne rnro. McLaughlin Bros. Vhfilrsili'iiiul l.vuij DcmIoi- in UIMCKIMKS. STONKWAKE, AN! COAL OIL. W haw the largest stock of tfuods. in uur line in the ei(v.. . . Sto...

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 August 1881

' r NJ L V "1 o E J io H J.kJIJ, 1 .J k. u ("1 T 1 W" J I' "1 A H special attention given to filling orders from the. Territory. Order anything yon need and you shall have it promptly and at Lowest Rates.. I AM INTISniWlMID KX Til II (lOVIEUNMlSKT IfllKKiHT 'OXff(A(.T FOI? THE ffiSfSJIKO- t?AI? A'NV) vnu, liAvio tjiic vkiiv hf&t faci urn to Foir sm ppiisr: combs. Smith 8c McComb Still Tree and California Tree saddles constantly on hand WILL FURNISH HARNESS. TIu linliim Dopnrlmcnl will ln r';i;(KM uorllKif onrlinj: Jinl'iTs .'md .il,()(M wnrtli of iioi'M.-j-rorHic Pone; liulinns. Tlic iMiiscaliiir Cattle (1oiriumy whs nveniiy organized with rweap-H mil ol JPUHMKJO, and jri) into husi-kW-m-i1h Ulitimldce lands. iCIilnul, Walking Sfitli & Co. have Mnlcl :j,0()() of tlKjir'bVi'f caillo to Howins it Titus for $fti1,0(XV Messrs. Mi-wins AiTilus we irntlerjilnnd'in UMiH'io purhasc '20,(XWHrvcs (his UIUIU(M'. Cl'OfcHl't. Mr. T. 10.' Spear, of Reno, made .&- a very pleasant call ...

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 August 1881

tvr.traixa-rrrvcr-nfWK5T?ttrtA Cromwell and Van Katon, Kort Kono, Intl. Tor. Hoi'SO, SiMHO rOS'J' OKFIOK, 'JAM1' HUIM'LY. INT. TKK. i- cfl3lA?JBl5AiUVv . .-jfl.H V lull lllUllJllLM' ' - ww rtiM i - - .' "" -s-lniCi,, i - . '; -. ..eyi hi:K ct Kkynolds,' lMti:i:i)Uts xn I)1?A1.US JN Puro and Graded Horoford and Short Horn Cattlo K VN HI" IN O! DHAM C()., TKXAH. PROPRIETORS FORT RKNO DAIRY. Milk delivered regularly every morning ill, Kort Uenoand Darlington. Va3 K4 vNUMBKi w 'or TV? ft. AvcBfy ''' tiw jt 9 ; mmwm j . - & SSigEggg dE .. SiftsasWH 5h .'"' ' VUIMj - , tSKB si&asSi && !i!5?fa rtllN.-yw. - -t wr i ?-'' IM mmmW BH Di,unir vina rTnw - . A.tl rV'J,bn-r',jfJ't-.'n g&: ti" ?Zu "vtil'ii SSSMM " Ifft siclo. fii2fii JKLKaiangJ asaesKt H. Kim:, Snnta (icrtvurior, Texas. K on left jaw. T . JI& (irogory, Kid red & Bfiffi&P imvJii stith, manager, .uotucme Lodge, Kan. Koad brands, UCV, LM canned ed, and . S on left sid.e. Currycomb on hide or loin. Jsaac...

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 August 1881

THE WATER LILY. The littlo village of Chclston, in the county of Hertford, might have been termed with Goldsmith's "Sweet Au- - burn" tho "loveliest of the plain," Where smiling spring it's earliest visit paid, And parting Hummer's lingering blooms delayed." Half-hidden amid a shady clump of trees a young artist sat painting at a small, light easel, and tho faint outlines of distant hills and scattered hamlets were already standing out from tho canvass in front of him. Ho was apparently but littlo over thirty years of age, and his face looked grave and stern for one so young, and boro unaccountable traces ofsomolong- hidden sorrow. He had for some time been sitting absorbed in his work, almost uncon scious of anything around him save the fair sketch of landscape ho was so faithfully delineating. The brooklet ran by him not twen ty yards from where he was seated and. the dappled cows lay chewing their cuds upon its banks, or quenching their thirst in its crystal waters, reminding one...

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