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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 September 1880

m.P ' jWWHPWWT m,. m u .n rtwBW JH l HHiil M pwmpwwwwiwpppywiw w i v rtr us wt,4swi5 farsSSIWj, T- t i Mfi mHmAujKAiUMiiiwtuiMi.uuu.iiKmumTejrji . xtdL WMniiwittmiivBHMHrzvmr Entered the Postoflloe ut Darlington, Imll nn Territory, us .second class mutter. MAILTLMKTABLK. Caldwell &Vi. Sill Line auuivi:. From North II a. m. Mondays lixcoptod. AltKIVH. From South 1) p. in. fcuuunys ttxeeptod. Stages, sumo time, going S. Wednesdays. Fridays & Sundays; going N. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays. t Vantttt & Las Vegas Line. Arrive going east, 5 p. m., Sundays, Wednes days & Fridays: going west, 7 sum., Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays. LOCAL NOTES. Mr. Covington, in charge of nn Indian train, sinrk'd for Arkansas City on tin1 22nd inst., for (lour. John Beard returned from Cald wcll on the J 6th, where ho hud been on business. AuJndiiui train under control of Win. Darlington started for Cald well on the 15th inst. for Govern ment supplies. The Arapahoes celebrated the...

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 September 1880

wlpjVTH'tf?"jww "V 6.i U" .... if .-.., 'V f 'II SJ. ', -a) ;: - i V THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. rUJILISHKD SEMIMONTHLY, In the Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. California expects to export 700,000 tons of wheat. John Smith is at it again. This time he has eloped with a girl from Bridgeport, Conn. Senator Don Camkron's new mansion is one of the largest and handsomest in Washington. Two thousand acres of land covered with fine timber were sold in Lewis coun ty, Kentucky, last week, at one dollar per aero. At Manchester, England, a widow with five children got $22,500 compensation from a rai'road company for her husband's death. The last words of E. L. Devenport, the actor, "Our Father who art in Heaven," are to be inscribed on a monument over his grave. The yield ot this year's Cuban sugar crop has been about 515,400 tons, against 680,000 tons last year, showing a decrease of about 20 per cent. GeneralBurnside is to be seen, early in the mo...

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 September 1880

Jr PRESIDENT HAYES. Tho Presidential Party Journoylxs Toward the Pacific Slopo. President and Mrs, Hayes and sons, Berchard and Rutheiford, Gen. Sherman and daughter, and Gen. McCook of Sher man's staff arrived inChicago,on the morn ing of the 2d,by the Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago railroad. They were driven immediately to the Grand Pacific hotel, where they breakfasted with JobnB. Drake ISsq., and were driyen to the depot of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy railroad, where a special train was waiting to take them to Omaha. A large number of gen tlemen, including Hon. C. B. Far well, District Attorney Leape, Collector Harvey and U. S. Marshal Stillwell called to pay their respects. Among the floral gifts to Mrs. Haye3 was a beautiful basket of flowers from Mrs. John V, Farwpll, of Lake Forest, At Naperville, Gen. John A. Logan, who had left on ;n earlier train, was taken on board. Sonie time will be spent at Burlington aud Omaha, after which the parly will continue their jo...

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 September 1880

MM lurjiwuuumu WdJWUWVMAJmj v HI ! 'V A GOOD ACJENT. "When the news of the death of Chief Ourny was received, a deputa tion of Indians waited upon Agent Berry, Los Pinos Agency, and asked him if he would ho their friend and stand hetween them and the white men, as Ouray had done. He promised to protect them with all (he power of the Government, if nec essary. Tin's relieved them of all apprehensions of trouhlo with the white men and they next asked him to nominate Ouray's successor-. Ths wns a delicate undertaking, for there were young and hot-headed Chiefs who were anxious for the position. The Agent was quick to see the emergency hut did not falter. Had ho done so the consequences might have heen disastrous, hut he imme diately nominated Sapovonari, a peaccahle and conservative Chief, who will he certain to maintain pence between the Ttesand the white men. N. Y. Express. PLAIN WORDS. The Pew Dr. Field has a forcible reply to Edward Everett's article in the current number of the No...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 9 October 1880

jitWIJPlll W,Tt.'V ""1ff?Tf tf ' .', - s "- CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER V V K ,f 14 1 VOL. II. runci mBMHkHKjevcme-mssfiKctn W. N. HubbeU &Co's Supply Store. JUST RECEIVED -BY I $. $. $ubbell $ (o. A BRAND NEW STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Clothing. Mats & Caps, Moots & Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh Stock op Staple Groceries. The Largest and Best Stock in the City. Call and Examine Goods and Prices. Corner jMTain & Sixth. Streets, Opposite the Leland Hotel. CALDWELL, KANSAS. TO TRAYELEKS. J.I-L SEGER Is now running; 1)iickboards and hacks between Darlington, I. T. Fort Eliott, Texas. This route connects at Darling ton with stages going South to the Wichita Agency, Fort Sill, Elm Springs, Carriage Point and Caddo, connecting with the M.; K7& T. lo Dcnison, Sherman and Galveston, Texas; East, with Vanita, Indian Territory, and the M.. K. & T. to St. "Louis; North, with Caldwell, Hunnowoll,. Wellington, Win field and Wichita, Ivans. r j i in..j lmi . i-i M ouneeus ai r on jmioul wun ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 9 October 1880

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, rUBLISIlKD BKMI MONTHLY, In the Interest of Indlan Civilization and Progress. TEItMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ' Mns1w Pneumatic Tubes in Paris. Now York Stin. It would appear from sonic recently issued statistics of tlie French telegraph service that the system of closed or let ter telegrams is already largely in use in Paris. This method of communica tion consists in blowing the telegram paper itself through a pneumatic tube instead of manipulating its contents verbally along the telegraph wire; and it appears that the pneumatic S'stem at present at work in Paris has a total length of 77,000 metres, and that it is worked from six stations, at which are located steam engines having a total power of 153 horses, besides six water motors. The service comprises a main system with double line, at which ter minates seven supplementary systems with branches trains running every three minutes on the main system, and every five minutes on the supplementary systems...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 9 October 1880

J i tv " . NIGHT AND MORNING. iri iter 'n"oJ "Was it a lie they told hip, Was it ft pitiless hoax? A sop for my soul and its Ion Olllv to cniMi mwl pnnv !' And a voice came down through the night and rain: "They lied; thou hast trusted in vain." Must I anish oil hand into darkness, Blown out with a hreatli like a lamp? Have I nought in the future to look to Save rotting in darkness and damp ? And the answer came with a mocking hiss: "Thou hast nothing to look to save this." What of thejjrave and its conquest, Of df'ath and the loss of its sting ? Was it only the brag of a madman Who believed an impossible thing? And the voice returned as the voice of a ghost "It was but a madman's boast." Am I the serf of my senses, Is my soul a slave without rights? Are feeding and breeding and sleepin My first and truest delights ? And the cruel answer cut me afresh : 'Thou art hut the serf of thy ilesh." Ls it all for nought then I travail, That I long for leisure from sin ? That I thirst for 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. — 9 October 1880

jrr tmvj?3&ttwrrjrtwxatj.tmivjirrj&&sjxstira v r, iTWnNTWTlTlTTTn V A f. 1 Ciiah. seimwiAimi:. K. l. Scnni'.un:n V V. X ' - w -''. Iff THE TRANSPORTER Ptniusm:!) SKMI MONTIIM'. ARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY TV. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher mrjnm ti-rwm SATITUDAV, OCTOHKIU), 1880. i Mmsvwwi Mwivn wrMFt u rw PAX HANDLE ITEMS. MoflffiwriM, Tex.. ) Gel. I, 1880! f ALr. fiklj.tor, J have just received a copy of the last issue ironi your sanctum. Ac cept my. thank. Bob Wright, of Ford county, gave lis a call recently, having some bus iness in tho County Court. Bob is fiS genial as over. The boys at the Fort aro ordered .away. Having bcow here a long .time they have made nuuvy friends, and we arc sorry to lose them. A stranger died at the hospital at Tort Elliott, who, when taken in, pis delirious, suffering from typhoid isver. Lie couia give no aeeouni or himself an ddied friendless and un icnownv ilohoetie is still iunpi'ovmg.. Our citizens are awakened to tho ncces ?fty of...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 9 October 1880

7 ' 'K'prarayre'MTiCTi i-Jntoroniho Postofilce at Darlington, Iiicll. n Territory, us second class mutter. MAILTIMKTARLK. CnldAvell & Vt. silt Unc. .ummvi:. From North 11 u. m. Alontlays Excepted. Mt it i vi:. From South fl p. m. Sundays Excepted. Stages, sumo time, going s. Wednesdays, Fridays & Sundays; going N. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays. Vanlta & Las Vegas Lino. Arrive goingeast,") p.m., Sundays, Wednes days ft Fridays : going west, 7 a. in., Mondays, Thursdays ft Saturdays. LOGAJi NOTES. LA. Morrison left (ho Post on sick leave the latter part of September. A heavy rain fell Saturday night, .unci tho wortfher since has been much cooler. Sunday Schools arc held at each oflho Missions at 10 1-2 a. m. orcrv Sabbath. Mr. Boworman, of Wellington, ?)cnt a few days last week fixing sip teeth for the Agency people. Mr. John Schafler, one of the car penters employed, an the commissa ry, started for Kansas Wednesday. Lt. McGralh, 4th Cav. and Lt. Cowles, Kith Inf., a...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 9 October 1880

. fcli i "My sketching is finished, and the picture 1 am setting about can wait. I assure you I'm as little afraid of being inconvenienced as of dying of the fever." What a marvelous amount may at times bo clearly expressed, yet left un sjwkon! As if the eye had been a mir ror into which each looked and per ceived the secret of the other's mind, Margaret knew that flarew, in saying "I. will stay," added mentally, "in order to be near you ; flare w discerned that Margaret, had not her heart somehow been at conflict witli her judgment, would gratefully, but decisively, have declined his offer and entreated him to leave. "Let us see what my mother will think of your wish to remain," she said, presently, when she had given her hand to him in token of thanks, and he pressed the proffered fingers warmly. They walked slowly forth from the ruins and up the path that led to the cottage, lM)th jus silent as the twilight. If either thought of the disdainfully-ended in terview of a fortnight ba...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 9 October 1880

mnmct MBAjari rwKMjrnMrtnMMi ki i 4 lil IK 1 f V I t e HOUSEHOLD NOTES, Salt fish are quickest and best fresh ened by soaking in sour milk. Fish may be sealed much easier by first dipping into boiling water about a minute. Milk which has been turned or changed may be sweetened or rendered fit for use again by stirring in a little soda. " "White Lirw Cake. Take the whites of six eggs, two cups of sugar, three cups of (lour, one cup of sweet milk, three-fourths of a cup of butter, two teaspoon fuls of cream tartar, and one teaspoon ful df soda. Pie Crust. Three and a half cup fuls sifted Hour; one cupful sweet lard, one teaspoonful salt, one teaspoonful baking powder, one cupful very cold water; mix with knife, using hands as little as possible to mix with; roll. GiiAi'i Jelly. Put the grapes in a kettle after they are stemmed, steam them until soft; then strain through a cloth while warm; one pound of sugar to a pint of juice; boil 15 minutes: two pounds of grapes generally give one ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 9 October 1880

V- tTrrTJCT&Tixra:ATiiinTOttg Grasshoppers appeared at Jack noriboro, Tex., on the 27tli ult. Thoy funic from the north, at limes ob scuring the sun. The crops near flhore are completely ruined even the cotton stalks being devoured. William Sly, of Nicholasville, 0., went to Cincinnati on tfie 27th ult. and exchanged $3,500 in 4 per cents itor gold, putting the gold in a, valise. On his way home he found his va ji'se had been changed for one con Saining three bricks. F. M. Shaw, president of the First National Bankof Paola, Kan., which went into liquidation a short time ago, wa arrested at that place Sep. 27th, charged with making false en fries in the report of the condition f the bank. At a meeting of the- spinners' com mittee, Sep. 2()tlv, at Fall Piver, Mass., to consider the advisability of stinking in ten or more mills in case of a reduction in wages, the sommitlce decided to recommend a strike at all the mills in the city. l?he report will, probably be adopt ed by the ent...

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 October 1880

I CHETEME TRANSPORTER 1 vol. ii: DARLINGTON, I. T., "OCT. 25, 188(X NO. 5. I ft. it W. N. Hubbell toCo's Supply Store. JUST KECEIYEI) BY (VyVJ. Q4V,, (MU.UUVU gC (UU. A BRAND NEW STOCK OF w. DEY GOODS, Clothing, Hats & Op. Boots & Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh Stock of Staple Groceries. The Lamest and Best Stock in the City. Call and Examine Goods and Prices. Richmond House,, Fojit Elliott, Texas. This house Is first clnss in en cry piirticuhir. Travelers will 11 ml the heat accommodations nt this house. M. Husolby, Propriotor. Cheyenne House, Daklincjton. I. T. Table always provided with the very best the market allbrds. Corral and stable attaeh od. Spoeial attention j;Jvon to tiie wants of freighters, travelers and transients generally- Thomas KCcDado, Propriotor. Editorial Notes. A .snow, accompanied by a furi ous Northwest wind, fell at Lincoln, Nebraska, on the 15th inst. The Leader printing office fit Krns-1 ley Kan., was destroyed by fire on the 11 th inst. Probably the wo...

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 October 1880

"jj 1 5 THE INDEPENDENT FARMER. Lot sailors sing the windy deep, Let soldiers praise their armor; But in my heart this toast I'll keep The Independent Fnrmer. When first the rose in rohe of green, Unfolds its crimson lining, And 'round his homely porch is wen The honeysuckle twining, When hanks of bloom their sweetness yield To bee that gather honey, Lie drives the team across the Held. Where skys are soft and sunny. Th blackbird clucks behind his plow. '1 .ie quail pines loud and clearly ; Von orchard hides behind ils bougie The home he loves so dearly, The gray old barn, whose doors enfold I IN ample store, in measure More rich than heaps of horded gold. A precious, blessed treasure ; But yonder in the porch there stands His wife, the lovely charmer. The sweetest rose on all his lands The Independent Farmer. To him thespring comes dancing dux. To him the summer blushes. The autumn smiles with mellow ray. His sleep the winter hushes He cares not how the world may move. Xo doubt or ...

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 October 1880

-j. r i THE BEST WINS, Premiums Awarded at the Great Kan sas City Exposition, Sept., 1880 Exhibitors who Should Be Rewarded by Increased Business. RHEKP. I. W. Duncan, Independence, Mo., breeder of pure M'rino rtivp, made a pplendld exhibit. itiuu mid ewe I'or calo. Low prices. M. L. Stewart & Hro., C'uiiip Point, III.. have :ir Cote wolds. Took flrvt premiums ou Hatim 1 and '2 years old ; also ou Ifcini and the. of lit1 fret. 100 lambs lor ki1 1. C. Mudon, "Wcrtpow, Jackson coiiuly, Mo., took a weep,taUe on lilt pure broil Hull. Maslnn Noxuhcy. Theodore Ihtf"., of Hates ( Ity, Mo., took tlrp.t premium on lib Justly celebrated Hull, Chevalier. He: also took tln-t premium at Hrownsville, Marshall and HiMiiarek, and Hweepstakes on herd. Hie famous young pure bred Hatei Hull, Anhby, Duke of Sycamore, Hired by Fourth Duke of Geneva, out of Abruin Henlck's famed eow. Muchess the Fifth, one of the uraudcHt and beet of the Rose of Sharon family, stands at Pointed Woodn Farm, Clinton co...

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 October 1880

MV t f HE TRANSPORTER Vvm.wm: Sicmi-Montjily. DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY W..A. EAN,dito MONDAY, OCTOBER 2.7, 1880; Nnvs Items. The iVtetlioilist Conference of 111-i'ftois- found a very defiant subject in Rev. Dr. Thomas, of Chicago," whom iflicy accuse ofu nine thodistte tcach- wg. The Mormon missionaries are fay ao means diminishing their labors fihr their polygamislic institution, and large numbers have recently 3) ft for foreign countries to make more converts to Ihair infernal doc trine. The railroad war continues unn Bnled. On the 20th tlie Alton cut che rate from Chicago to St. Louis w $1, and the "Wabash immediately dropped to fifty cents. The war ex tends to. nearly all the western roads and is beginning to effect those of tf 10 East. V. B.. Harrison, a citizen of this nlaco is" lost. Tuiat' is he left here tnree weeks ago last- Mondhy for Wellington, to be gone one day, si nee which time nothing has been Heard from. him; Any information regarding him will be thankfully re...

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 October 1880

v .Entered the rostonico jit BnrIingtonr Indi an Tcrritoiy, an second class mutter, MAIL TI3IB TABLE. CuIdwcII & Ft. Sill Line. akkivi:. Jfrom-North 11 u. in. Mondays Excepted. Aimivn. From South Op. in. &im .ays Excepted. Stages, siuno time,, going S. Wednesdays. Fridays & Sundays;, going N. Tuesdays Thursdays. & Saturdays. Tanlta & Las Vcgns Line. Arrive going east.n p. m., Sundayar Wcdncs days & Fridays: going west, 7 a.m., Mondays,. Thursdays & Saturdays. LOCAL NOTES1. TfY. Hodge says shako !' Plenty of rain of late- followed by cooler weather and sharp frosts. Miss Jennie Bonnet, who was sick Hast week, has recovered.. Mr. John Shaw has been confined to his- bed for two weeks from a slight cut in which he took cold. Mumford Johnson was down, with malarial fever last week but has now about recovered.. Some of the Oklahoma boomers were arrested Thursdav and arc in custody at Reno. Miv Keller showed his ability as a carpenter last week by building a sta...

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 October 1880

il VI THE (SEW TRANSPORTER. g v rUBLISllKl) Sli.MI MONTHLY, y N" Ir foe merest of Indian ciatlon and Progress. TERMS, $1,00 A Y3;? W ADVANCE. kMM ' A m r. MINOR MENTION, Tin-: imputation of (?silii'ornia is 50,- 000 less tluiu that of Philadelphia. Tin; meaning of Ouray, the name of the lulu chief of the Utes, is tho arrow. ItussiA has 050,000 hereditary nobles aiuiaSO.OOO whose titles expire with them. Tins Chinese Six companies in San Francisco own property valued at $i!2.-290,000. The farm of Henry Clay, in Kentucky has just been leased at the rate of eight; dollars an acre. An actress traveling in the English provinces, claims to be the daughter of Edwin Forrest. A German chemist has discovered a practicable method of manufacturing artificial indigo. The Italian parliament has ordered a monument to the late Xing Victor iBmanuel, at a cost of $1,:J00,000. Will Wade went to Des Moines, la., to purchase a wedding suit, -was taken with diphtheria, and was taken homo a corpse, 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 October 1880

me" cf & H A BURIAL OF A CHINAMAN, How the Devil was Kept at a Distance While the Soul's Dinner of Broiled Chicken and Rice was Eaten. Now York Sun. Yesterday morniiip, while the gate keeper at the railroad crossing near the entrance to the Evergreen eemeterv, Brooklyn, was quietly reading the day's news, a funeral procession dashed past at n rate that made him spring to his feet, drop his paper and open his eyes lo their widest. The string of car riages were following a handsome hearse, through the glass sides of which a costly casket was seen. The collin held the body of the late Lee AVan, a Molt street grocer, who died on the 31st ult. On the hearse, beside, the driver, sat :i pale, gaunt Chinaman in a gown of white silk, with a strip of white linen tied about his arms and a white porce lain bracelet on his wrist, who at inter vals of every 200 or 300 feet scattered a half dozen slips of blank paper in the road, in order, it was afterward ex plained, that tho devil, who is be...

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 October 1880

.& 'ix &iwniaj-u, a wan 1 1 " ' ' ' l-i l ii mi p i n , jsf?m - III I - I - riCKIDT PUNCHING. A renmrkablo decision was given 'in Ngw Jersey lately, affecting prop erly in railroad ticlcets. A conduct or was tried before tbe court of Oy er and Terminer in Camden, Now Jersey, Cor neglecting to punch tick ets taken up by him, and banding them over to a confederate to sell. The indictment was for stealing from the company. It was argued for the defense that (he company had no properly right in the tickets, that having once been sold and paid for, they were the property of the purchaser; and that it did 'not con stitute a misdemeanor to withhold themj'rom the company. Tbe judge sustained this view and ordered the prisoner discharged. This unex pected decision opens the way to endless litigation for what is there to hinder the purchaser from using the ticket as ofton as he chooses? A GOOD SALE. ENGLISH WHEAT PROSl'EC'ltf We are in receipt of a letter from Mr. W. B. Worsham, of th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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