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

- FOREIGN EMIGRATION. Its effects on Portions o Ireland. Jxmdon Times. It xS probable that the emigration daring the past ten years lias not done much to relieve the congestion of popu lation in places where it was really dan gerous. The statistics of the census give us on'y general results, but we know from other sources of informa tion that during several years included in the period now under review the emigration from Ireland was almost suspended. During those years the United States suffered from prolonged and severe depression. When trade re vived, and prosperity returned with a swelling tide, America again began to hold out irresistable temptations to the small farmers of Ireland. The de velopment of American competition worked doubly to encourage the emi gration of such men. The competition of transatlantic produce in the home markets was not only injurious in its actual operation, but threatened to be come inlinitely more oppressive, if not altogether ruinous. At the same t...

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 August 1881

I wmKXMrifi3iuaMie M' r KixvmaBtmtTwuM jjotbjwiw; w. m. mmjemx wAjt; ".qui i 'J., id .j pu wji. mm jju.wawm fomnetsBU'mttitKKMttvfnrt. m wl ( ii . x fttrrBAi er. i'. r. hcitfrrnAULfc -!- CALDWELL una WELLINGTON. . . i SCHIFF BAITER BBOS. HOLMES & CO., DKALER8 IS Wkdlle nnd ReU.tt Daar in All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions, FlRJfT iJOR NoKTII OF THfc PtiSTOFFirK, CALDWELL, KANSAS -88- WTSILINGTOli, KANSAS. 888- jin. v,. i. rubier siaricti on uiei ie jnvesugaMon we pptiKe 01 lasi Srst instant, for Toledo, Kansas, week at the Kaw Agency has been vhere she will spend ji time i the means of uncovering a host of rfci'ting relati?. flirt in the management of affairs. Mrs. C. M. Keller started on the I The investigation we ppoke of last ? Tfpftfne . i - 1 S. Malta f Arkansas Citv, in f a iwm, we itwict ww a miiw aw in Nnr Vork laving i an m- ecI a4,ld lhe Wf nd gular 1JJ" stent stock of ffoo'ds for hi. fall rJcV,r reI?,rt1 to tl,e Apartment. ami winliir taAri. inform uallMii i ine in...

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 August 1881

i-- idL CHEYEKN VOL. a. DAKLINGTON. I. T., AUGUST 25, 1881. NO. 1 . .' L !!Li !" !T"" "l1Jl-"wi n icivJJWMJr7PciTrgrjoTcaBanrtryi' jwjitijM .fcWBJW.ngjr- nrjCTWgacrr. mbucm wwiyLttxwwnaCTCTHmfftuwj.ti naBmanfontmn E TRANSPORTER. CreswGlI Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. J. L. KCTKV, - - Cashier Lvj'bwbst J'aijj Oa Tim Disrosirs. Money Loaned at Lowest Rates. Funds Guarded by Sargent & 'Urocsnlcaf's Time Lock. STYOtTR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. IJTxr. (Morris, CALDWELL, KANSAS. FLOUR, FEED AND GROCERIES THE TRANSPORTER Ono Dollar per Tetir. COKAXIKt MOSHHK, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. Cow Boys' Rest' r nt, Stock Yards, Caldwell, Kan., W. H. DUNN, Prop. For the uocotninortiition of stockmen. Meals ami lunch at nil houra. Jt'tf-IIorsu Keeil. WM. (JKI.MIU.K. .1. W. DOHSON. CIUMOLE & DOliSON, Contractors & Builders, CALDWELL KAN. Lime, hair, cement S: plaster always ior sale. Central Dm or Store I' malco a specialty of' Outfitting freighters. jBWfFlmlr and Feed At "Wholesale and "Retail...

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 August 1881

1HE CH E E NNTR A NSPORTER. PUBLISHED SKMI MONTHLY, la tie Interest of Indian civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. I ' " '" " " J HOUSEHOLD NOTES. Soyek Savce. One spoonful mus tard, same olivo oil, half cup catsup. Rice Ca kiss. Slice cold rice, dip in a beaten egg; fry brown, serve with sugar and cinnamon. Jumbles. Take a pound of Hour, half a pound of butter, three eggs and a little nutmeg. Mold them in lings and bake in a slow oven. Masjii:d Cakkots. -"Wash, scrape, then boil until tender, draw, mash and season with pepper, salt and butter. Spinach is better steamed than boiled. ILkmon Salad. Lemon salad is sim ilarly prepared, with the addition of lettus, carefully washed and dried, and some sprigs of fresh mint or tarragon. Fiued LivJii:. A good way to cook liver is to fry it in butter with an onion cut in small pieces scattered over it. Cook slowly ; when done add a lump of butter and a little Hour; stir well-, and turn over the liver. Serve with Sarato...

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 August 1881

SPOOPENDYKE AS A SPORTSMAN, He Purchases a Gun and Explains to Mrs. S. the Method of Using It. Drooklyn Eagle. "Say, my dear," said Mr. Spoopen dyke, as he drew a gun from the case and eyed it critically, "I want you to wake me up early in the morning; I'm going shooting." "Isn't that too sweet!'' ejaculated Mrs. Spoopendyke. "I'll wear my new dress and my Saratoga waves. Where do wo go?" "I'm going down on the island, and you'll probably go as funis the front door," grunted Mr. Spoopendyke. "Women don't go shooting. It's only men. All you've got to do is to wake me up and get breakfast. When I come home we'll have some birds." "Won't that bo nice?" chimed Mrs. Spoopendyke. "Can you catch birds with that thing?" and Mrs. Spoopendyke fluttered around the im proved breech-loading shotgun, firmly impressed with the idea that it was some kind of a trap. "I can kill 'em with this," explained Mr. Spoopendyke. "That is a gun, my dear: it isn't a nest with three speckled eggs in it, nor is ...

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 August 1881

I, ,i, a, mi ii mi I )rnlMmmmCTromTO7Eiro YORK, PARKER, DRAPER Mercantile Company, (& FT. (ililFFIN, TEX. CALDWELL, KAN. DODGK CITY, KAN. JMMU ! ll!WaWUWMWWBgXnyHllULktUII)gBffCTIWWCW8ysWI GENEKAL MERCHANDISE 1 OUTFITTING GOODS ir-itANcir and trail suppukr 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. A. Witzleben, Manager, caldwell!" kax SflLVHHHHHHHHHHHHHKH Entered the Postoflleo nt Darlington, Indi an Territory, us .second class matter. MAILTLMHTAHM-:. Caldwell & Ft. Mil Lino. Aituivi:. 1'rom North 11 a. in. Mondays Kxeeptcd. Stages, same time, aukivi:. From South 10 a. m. Sundays Excepted, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays, going X. Mondays, Wednesdays it Fridays. A. T. it S. F. R. K, TIMK TA1SL13. CAi.mvw.i. station. Vassenger. Aueommodation, Aituivi:. 11:50A. M. sMor.ai. nr.rAur. :;:) J', m. 5:20A.M. Cow boys who w...

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 August 1881

' , f o, . rn TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 3. m 4k up DAKLINGTON. I. T., AUGUST 25, 1881. NO. 1. The Kansas City Journal. The Kansas City Daily Journal is, as it al ways has boon, fully abroast of tho tlmus, Airmailing its venders with tho latest news from all parts of tho world and tho very best selected mattor for tho family. "Givo your patrons tho worth of thoir money" is the motto of this staunch paper, and we know oi no concern that lives up to its preaching more thoroughly, itosidcs getting the regu. lar Press disputches, tho Journal has a largo number of special reporters and special cor respondents who arc everywhere present when there is anything of interest to bo had. Tho Journal has no superior as a market re porter, giving each day tho very latest quo tations of Money, Provisions, Live stock, etc. of Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago, Now York, Liverpool and other homo and foreign mar kets. In home and family reading matter, tho Journal is unsurpassed bv any, and the paper...

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 August 1881

, 1 I xzmmmsim T BBKLL, e LARGE S rii -r r kJ !i i r '-' IN CALDWELL. ecial attention given to filling orders from the Territory. I "TAIjnTX WWnWWtmEV!CT"1BraiS33C Order anything you need and you shall have it promptly and at Lowest Rates. T AM INTERESTED IN TI.ni; GOVERNMENT FREIGHT CONTRACT FOR THE ENfltfrNG YJSAB AND Wl LL HAVE THE VERY BEST FACILITIES FOR SHJI'l'IXfl (500DK. Smith & McComb Still tree and California tree saddles constantly on hand. WILL FURNISH HARNESS. &m m torn Kt.1 As vn advertising paper in the Territory the Tkaxspohtkk has no superior. Mn. W. C Obcrn, of Kansas City, K'uj contractor at this and the Ki vva Agency, arrived on the stage Tuesday. The physicians report that the president is again in a fair wav to trover. But the danger is not over and another and fatal relapse would! uoi Lie a great, surprise. Mr. ,1. I J. Stuart, formerly issue r?orfc at this Agency, writes asking yrs- to send him the Tuanspohtku to ''1 Paso, Texas. He sends regards tin:...

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 August 1881

WrWr-BCTyniWIWII'IHKiln tvw tiMHwMMMnKiMai WM.Mxriiwa:w?qyjva?twattKrjaAuit I'.iriii'.- findim? stock in any (if flic I'Mid- advertised in this paper will oinfiT a favor bv inlbrminsc the own Cromwull and uii Ktilon, l'ort Iluno, I ml. Tor. JIolML', HlllllC lull rtlioiildor er bv htt'-r id )oslal eard. -ftHnrmiM'w.iMwmiMftwA?Nifmvw'i' $ C ;,.,. iit,,t, hll'lingU'll. I T momiETORS KOKT MONO DAIRY. Millc delivered regularly ovary morning Jit Fori lieno and Darlington. Also ADA, 2 IISm v 33i ;.! fi "---- -- .- 'HKLH ii " 'i ny r fc. rt'tN'-. . . ji ft iTL L'Ji tWAtf f i KffiMte gBsSHBHT ;w;.TOania' HWiB If vlrtSl zM mmM' Ii. King. Santa Certrudes, Texas. K on loft jaw. Cirogory, Kid red & Co., David stitli, manager, Medicine, Lodge, Kan. Iload brands, LEV, LM cannccted, and r S on left side. Currycomb on side or loin. Isaac; Jones, Anadarko, I.T. Rancb on Wal nut Creek. T J on both sides and both jaws. James S. Morrison Darlington lml. Tor. V. (J. Williams Anadarko Ind. Ter. Millet...

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 August 1881

mMj.mi)nM iiiiiiiii.h DO YOUR BEST. Have you failed lo-tlny, good hem t? 'Tis no cause for sorrow; Try again ; the cloud? may part Perhaps may part to-morrow. If you are a brave, strong man, Vou will do the best you can. Do your best, and leave the rest, Better may come to-morrow. Havo you lost your land or gold? Thai's no cause for sighing ; One bright hour doth oft unfold Many a year's denying. Bo not weary or downcast, "Patience holds the gate at last." Do your best, and leave the rest, And never give up your trying. lUch or poor, be all a man ; Wear no golden fetter, Do the very best you can, And you'll soon do better. Every day you do your best Is a vantage for the rest. Don't complain; every uain Is making your best still better. THE SOLDIER'S REPRIEVE. H"I thought, Mr. Allan, when I gave my Bonnie to his country, that not a father in all this broad land made so precious a gift, no, not one. The dear boy only slept one minute at his post; T know that was all, for Bennie never ...

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 August 1881

im f; American Water-Works. The first works in America for the supply of water to towns were con structed by Hans Christopher Chris tiansen, and put in operation June 20, 1754, at the Moravian settlement of Bethlehem, in Pennsylvania. The water from a spring, which is still used for a supply, was forced by a pump of lignum-vitic of live inches bore, through hemlock logs into a wooden reservoir. The same ingenious Dane, eight years later, replaced this rude pump by Lnreo iron pumps ot lour-inch bore and eighteen-inch stroke, which for many years were the only machinery for water-supply on the continent, and for seventy years furnished water for 33ethlehem. Among the oldest, if not the very next in date to Bethlehem, is the Mor ristown, (jST. J.) Water Company, which was incorporated in 1791, and has ever since furnished the town with water collected from the neighboring hills. The first application of steam to pumping was in Philadelphia, in 1800, when the third steam engine of any c...

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 August 1881

1 I i -JL ---- wgWPrtvmi,,..im1UlMa MMMMtMM Ciias. cmiTiUn;it. F. l scinmi.urim -P,M CAIiDWKI.! mid WELLINGTON. goo SOBIFF BAITER BROS. HOLMES & GO 1 -DKAI.KltK IN- Wholesale ami llotiB.il Doalor in All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions. Flli.ST D()Olt NoitTll OK Til K PofiTOFFTCB, CALDWELL -333- WEILINGTON, KAtfSAS. KANSAS -333- uirmu4UAMi'inn imlian News. 'llic Arlcunsiis City Democrat Hays : U'fta In rfiunH Hold our morcluinta over $:I00' Worth of Aides last week. Crow" Uotf, the mnrduror of tliu noted chief Spotted Tail, ImsHiirrundcrcd, and accompa nied by another Indian' uiTlved at Fort lo. Imiru, a few dnyn j: .1 uppeurH that Crow Dog was not arresl'ed'hiit tlmt he gave him auJuvoVuvitaiiiy. CT. S. Thdiatt Inspector Pollock was In town fust Fi fdny en route for the Osago and' Kuw aXenoies. We presume he will gull at the ftjiui avardnosH of some of the reports that Unvobounbinvdlud about lately by some of vmr contemporaries. Traveler. The (Jovernment has contracted with tl...

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 September 1881

?" " " f CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, VOL. DARLINGTON, I. T., SEP. 10, 1881. NO. 2. t i I 'V THE STOCKMAN. Thrro is nothing so tfsiy, As when during May The Ktockmon nro Imvinj; tlioir round-up, So longer In cnnip, Anil In nmilliousos ilani), Tho jolly cow boys are bound up. The Mexican pony Hi; looks i)roud and tony, And seems lo I'eel winter is oris:'; Cares ad.. J'or his master, And runs all the faster, lie is smelling the grass and thu ylr5Vi And many a beast Is later .shipped East While westward goes many a dollar: So stockmen come, all And dress up in the fall, Real nobby from the feot to the collar. As theclothinginen's 'Hoss'.' Is well known ICahn & Pehloss. Where the stoefcmon all meet and arc trading So you'll purehuse 1 guess, At the firm "lv. & S. Whose goods wear forever without failing. Kahn & Schloss, STCXJKMKX'SIIKADQrARTKRS Cor. Mo. Av. & Main Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. ' t COSANDcvAIOSSKP, Photographers. CALDWELL, KAN. Cow Boys' Rest'rnt, Stock Vards, Caldwe...

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 September 1881

ODE ON THE ASSASSINATION. rA nrlzo offered by n London weekly for tlio best poem on the nttoinptud nanssliiatloii ot President Onr jlcld YtM awarded to the author of tlio following; J Veil, now, 0 Liberty, thy blushing face. At tho foil deed that thrills a startled world ; Whilo fair Columbia weeps in dire disgrace, And bows in sorrow o'er thy banner furled. falls by vengeance of tho secret No graceless tyrant nero. 'Neath tho wild justice knife; Nor red Ambition ends its grim career, And expiates its horrors with its life. Not hero docs rash Kovcngo misguided burn, To free a nation with th' assassin s dart; Or roused Despair in aiigry madness turn, And tear its freedom from a despot's heart. But where blest Liberty so widely reigns, And Peace and Plenty mark a smiling laud, . Hero the mad wretch its fair, white record stains, And blurs its beauties with a "bloody hand." Here tlio elect of millions, and the pride Of thoso who own his mild and peace ful rule Ilere Virtue sinks and yi...

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 September 1881

,v J f I NEVADA JURORS. How They Balanced the Scales of Jus tice in the Good Old Days. Carson Appeal. Last night a number of men were sitting in front of the Ormsby house discussing the big mining suit in Eureka between the Richmond and Al bion. Gen. Kittrcll, W. W. Bishop, Sine Barnes, Johnny Moore, and others were interesting the crowd with re citals of the suits they had seen. Bishop and Kittrell insisted "that of late years the atmosphere of the courts had been purer than in earlier days. "That is," said Barnes, "thinner and weaker; in other words, jurors cost less than formerly." Both the lawyers agreed that coin had a potent influence. When the law was all on their side and the jury on the other, they could only explain it on a coin hypothesis. At this point an old grizzly-bearded man who had been listening slid up and remarked : "Mining suits ain't what they used to be. There's been no real live litiga tion to speak of since the Raymond & Ely suit with the Hermes in Pioch...

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 September 1881

J 1 ' fi The Transporter I'tMMttHni) Sl5Ml-iM0NTlH,V. aARL.INGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Sub36viption, $1. per yoar in advance. W. A. EATON, Editor & 1'ublisher t. JitVPUltDAY SEPTUM 11151110, 1S81. All Indian train of forty wagons wup Unlmided at 1ho commiwnry )nrt, Mcmdnv. Row I). P. iMiU'JiHl, tho Greun h'aek a pontl eddied of heart disease Aujriist Bint. United tftate' Indian Inspector JMllnfk.iV at the Pnwnev Agency Jqokinp into mnUefs generally. The Ofunnnelio Indian freight train' en route for, tluyji' Agency went tlirtitixJj .lhift pinait tiie latter part of lllSt Week. The lfnemripaj.ifrre Utes avo being rumored from Uieir old reservation ioMh land lTicy avo to occupy in Ttab terri'lorv.. ' ' iSiiKjuaneu, It Hue, fo Fox Indian, if? to be banged October Htb, for the ranrdw of an unknown white man two yearn ago. The Cheyenne Tiiansi'ortkk, a neat and' spicy paper, published at DarHuglim. fnd. Teiv ban been re (Reived at thin oflioe.-Short Creek Republican. Mr. . B'. (iardncr, ...

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 September 1881

' iujMiiiwuMWMLUEMgwttrxcOT,fltto'WCTW t u I Jr i;d PLEM "V f m i i VOL. :i. DARLINGTON, I. T.5 SEP. 10, 1881. NO. 2. Ul'M:dtnanBR)glfUBraujllJLMUAMdailUJ riJWUAlLJMkMl)UUMaiJ!HM A T U D I sUTP v Vrili Ol 1 I 'f m .Bi Qrsswell Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. i. JIUEV, - - Cashier. HNwn5iuST Paid On Timjs .DreethMrrs. iMonoy Loaned at Lowest Rates. Funds Guarded by Sargent & Grsezdeaf Js Time Lock.. flYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. mmmmimimui'UM.iarsMvnijmmxttriiKijLjumiumAj-.vm.i.rir!uinL4 nvmn T.R. HOUGHTON, DUALEK IK Harness, Ssuftllcs, Whips, hjpur.s, and Frontier Outfits. A full line of everything needed tbv Cow Bovs always in stock. None Imt the host material used, and prices as low as the lowest. f-Ti.n.li A.,,, U rljnTTiAi.v ffj lAfll I IK MIL III m 1 I. I I ibn 1 tiy - -- - -..-... ... . Solicited. ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. Yankee Notion Store ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. Best assortment of everything in the line of lsTOTi:ONS & FANCY GOODS. fii Southern Kansas. Full line of sewing machine so...

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 September 1881

Wttsr3fw mre'ayjmr:?yraratwaryfBBOgj Widorod the FohIoMIoo at, Darlington, lncll n Ton'ltory, iih nooond cIiihh mailer. " Ti a n "tjai "k",l,ahi" k." M i Cuhhvol aimmvi:. Ti'win' North II u. m. iMundityH K.ocj)tud. StsuroH, Hiimo time, &Fi rill Lino. A Kit I VI!. From South ID u. m. Sunday Kxcuptud. Kolny R. TtiuHduyH, hiiruduys&SHtiivdiiyfl; going N. iMonduyn, Wodnuailays Fridays. A. T. & S. F. K. U, TIME TAItM& CAMMVKMi .STATION. IfaSHOngur. .ftcoommodiUioti, AltUIVK. U:fiOA.flI. 8:10 P. II. DKI'AKT. :00 P.AI. r:0A. i1r. Local Moms. CapL Council puts in a big "ad" hjikI tells everything so well thai fhcre is nothing loft for us lo Bay P. Montgomery, who is interested Sr the Indian bee? contract, has been tit the Agency this week. A lino line of Still tree and Cali fornia tree saddles, and oiled calf foggins just received by York-Pur-Rrcr-Draper, Mercantile Co. FTay in Southern Kansas is said iyj bo excellent, and the range, at this isuson of the year, was never in ...

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 September 1881

j jfi ...,..!,.., .,, ,, ,,. 'grciKCT4awi-Liawrrpi(w:ii.iu!tt-!KgBrTW teur rjjnww..imjBiMnnanjgwixjvwLU.iinmiii4 ; i r'.!'"r1 n ' ' ? ? jsr'.n vi Li " L'ftrtu findlni -s(kH-Rr fit ajftW Iha Cromwell .."1 Vim i-.atou, Fort Rono, 1ml. Tor. Morse, wuno left shoulder brands advertised in ibis paper will, confer a favor by informing Inr n.vn- :OrCD .I?C3-z or by k'tli'i or postaJ card. k)Miml.m.wi a .rr.ftiyM. mnfrfi' MnAAMrtt tf (Jvorgf liil(, Darliiijrton, I T AI.m ADA. -..afttitfiO &i&ii n-WM PROPRIETORS KoliT KKV) DAI It V. Milk delivered r-.ulnrly every morning al Fort licnonnd Darlington. 3t& w JkfWms I felL aw V$M ssfeSmi y.7ELW A. icifeftVriKnM??! aire i i J&7vB ftJVjy t I.AWJ dBSS&SS & &&? i tr. ik rr (V sr J?)T SSKSSIfe ' VJ 4.1 "'. f atart &-J "iBirairv i irfirrfAj . w r 4 !f3Kem4KmS & Mrir,f1'Lv yftaTO!r'Viaa.fe. rSfiH mKiwmmtiM'& wsBsasa& W T: AtiV.nllliiM.ll.'.ilM. rt!h!3KnU(a. rXlfiffl I!. King, Santa K on left jaw. Oregon, K...

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 September 1881

I THE CHETENNE TRANSPORTER. rUBIilSIIKl) SEMI MONTHLY, In the merest of Indian civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. J I' IW THUNDERBOLTS, The Frequency of Accidents by Light ning and the Causes. Philadelphia Telegraph. So many accidents by lightning have occurred this summer, that it might eb supposed that people generally would now begin to observe those plain and obvious precautions which cannot safe ly be disregarded in a thunder storm. Yet wo find little evidence of increased care in this direction. People will persist in watching the lightning from open windows at which they sit, and parents will persist in sending their children out in the heaviest electric storms of the season on errands of the least importance. Tho fatal results which often ensue seem to convey no lesson except to the few whom they directly affect. This ought not to be so. Every man, woman or child in the country ought to know better than to stand under a high tree in a thunder storm. ...

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