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

7 PARLIAMENTS OF THE PAST. Notable Ones in English History and the Work They Did. I'AllMnllUngotto. One of the longest sessions of par liament in English history will termi nate on Saturday. It is indeed amus ing to compare its length, not only with that of former sessions, but of former parliaments in their entirety. The most famous of short parliaments is that which deposed Richard II., thus laying the memorable constitutional precedent afterward followed with such benefit to the nation in 1689. It is true the convention parliament did not technically depose James II , hav ing decided that the fugitive king had abdicated ; but it could not be pretend ed that the infant Prince of Wales the "old Pretender" had abdicated his rights, so that parliament viitually effected the transfer of the crown from the legitimate head to another head a perfectly legitimate one, but only so by virtue of the new law of the land. Prorogations were not much resorted to in the olden time, and for the si...

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 October 1881

v I Tim.- gjm m-jjjw ''" ' " IXIUAN W. :- '2 j :L :, f af an Ar- n 1 M " ' I V l ' jf.' iu tru d 4 art! .'ic is ! oaf'2 tv .'r - m" t front: ad fa; : f ti ; - 1 ? V'i v 1 .oj. ji !:' ;i?ii r nX -Ex. Jiih LAI .HF A rjfJLD "Ti.- iiii?Ji ofarhiM "ill iu- itf-.- h I;-t d;v i v n a-red rt;l.. Strik wath lb' hand of fin-.i w ird 355 .1 -38B- .' .'I -). ?W tt of Iijdita Kml in A pari ocmr-tr ir f-f! ''in- :s -faO& unfc 'i;j'.y ;i ?o i;td uj : lr iUMii : :. r v. rit- r i ; IfiW." J " fli i t ''ll that .N of lifLjiii t" fi;' . ai:i-t Ir;, ai Iul tMrif lc i. -' -'iu2- M-")i rrnU whi li 1aji,' t:ariar-'l if li but twifY r-4ij uiiiJii t. j: .-.'. ; JWIT. FifRTT i. AM4t 1 f ?-t i lra M!tiitacfi rajpl try ir Iriii. Se"n hi t In liaii Trr,t ry Jji ! tare, with two xxtiii-. riYl iliKFiiiw3v- ij4 'fily LJilifiii ii i ti- Cv rtiUM lit. but iiia4 tii'. j T. ry kit "f MilRrr. A iargv irau--; It f Cijrokrep wti- iJitl i; j jsrnTcv in w4m Arkaii anl j 4.Mk- UI -!. J Jii S ill. A.ittlU'' tkmt u. Iaial...

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 1881

? H - vj- yr-" '"'k TP A r S POE T F R ijl A' 1 VJJULJJ J D11 11 ATfY? -Li. DAKLINUTON, I. T., OCT. 25, 1881. NO. 5. njKrmYtyjumTr,riammHxnni03immramiu'vM3smami Tl-JIC STOCKMAN. rnsmuaBcewYcrrrmKSftsv ,?wa?JanrorrrtrrTWTtas(wvM nT.waiwjwwB3rerr:twiitawraMiiBi Thorn is nothing no gay, As wlion during Mrty Tho sLockincn aro having Uietr round-up. No longer In oiimp, And in lmul houses damp, The jolly cow boys aro bound tip. The Mexican pony Ho looks proud and tony, And seems to fool winter is over; Cures ad., for hi muster, And runs all tiio faster, Ho is sinulling the grass and tfio oloiMr. And many a beast 18 later shipped East While westward goes many a dollar; So stoekmou come all And dress up in the fall, Heal nobby from the fcoljto the collar. As thoclothingmen's "Boss" Is well known Kahn &Schloss. Whore the stocrcmon all moot ami aro U'ftcliHf So you'll purchase I gticss, At the linn 'K. & S." WIioko goods wear forever without fiadlng. Kahn & Sahloss, STOCKM EX'S J ...

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 1881

mm . P 4. m. crajpspMER, PUBLISH JiD SEMI MONTHLY, In the Interest of Indian civilization and rrogress. TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. THE INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWEST, The Forces Thoy Can Muster---Trou-bles in Store for Projected Rail roads. Uc'v Orleans Democrat. As the Texas Pacific Jliiilroad com pany is reported to bo workiug earnest ly on the western tei minus of their line, with the view of connecting New Orleans as soon as possible "With the Pacific coast, the Indian war on tho southwestern frontier should be car ried on with more vigor and determi nation. If the work on tho railroad is to be continued, tho Indians must be tho roughly beaten and given such a lesson that thoy will respect tho power of our government, for thoy now, unfortu nately, hold " 'n utter contempt. Tho method of wai faro adopted by tho war department against theso ruthless sav ages is in no way suited to the emer gency. It is no exaggeration to assert that a company of frontier scouts or rangers are more...

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 1881

V Al 1 ML.L ;oRn. A thief charged with stealing a bible pleaded ho had been led away by his pious propensities. They are so strict about feasting in Lent that the English all try to have Wales at their dinners. When a cat gives an entertainment from the top of a wall, it isn't the cat we object to. It's the waul. A wag suggests that a suitable open ing for many choirs would be, "Oh, Lord, have mercy on us miserable sing ers." A merchant died suddenly just after finishing a letter. His clerk added, in postscript: 'Since writing the above I have died. Tuesday eve ning, 7th instant. "What an observing man that Brown is," remarked Jones, who had been reading some of jJrown's latest writ ings; "what eyes that man hasl' "Yes," said Fogg, "plagiarize." Rubbing it in: "Oh, you are too self-conscious," said Fogg to a young man. "I self-conscious!" exclaimed Adolescence ; "I am conscious of noth ing." "That's what I said," replied Fogg. A brother arose in a weekly prayer meeting in New Jersey...

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 1881

rmmtmmmmniimaymti i wniJwwiir,wMwrMi tmwiflusi ncrxvsxsxiai3VTreaaaL.tAiyeacasstKmv tnHKi2m wwwMwacwwiw wmwHMBBWM jwmm,rtmar,rrewnvm The Transporter l'imi.iHiii:i Hi:mi-Montiikv. DABLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. per yoar in advance. IV. A. EATON, Editor & IMifolisher "" TUESDAY OCTOItKRW, lfc81. OMiWMwMiiiiiwiMwMwiiimwwiwi'miJimiiqii James Gordon bennett, owner of lie New York Ilcndd, lias institut ed suit against his sisler and her family to divide the estate of his father. The annual product of gold is now below $100,000,000, and its foreign coinage- practically suspended. In the United States the production lias gradually diminished. In 1878 it was .17,200,107; in 1870 it was 3iS,flOO,000 ; in 1880, 0,000,000. Reports from the west say that (ho Nucc'V- river is booming, All the smaller streams are high. Loss of sheep in some localities by overlow. Grass growing very fast; plenty of old grass for the winter. Texas Live Slock Journal. The Matador Cattle Company wi...

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 1881

J MMIIIUUI lliljWWWBWMtUlWMmiJIMllUUIIlIIUIlllll ! I ! TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 3. DAEUNGTON, I. T., OCT. 25, 1881. NO. 5. tamnerrtrata Creswell Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. J. L. IIUEY, - - Cashier. Lvtkhkst Paid On Time Dwosits. Money Loaned at Lowest Kales. Funds Guarded by Sargent & Greenleaf's Time Lock. J"YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. Huauraica T,R, HOUGHTON DKAI.KK IN- Haniess, Saddles, Whips, Spurs, and Frontier Outfits. A full line of everything needed by Cow Boys always in stock. Yankee Hotion Store ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. Best assortment of everything in the line of NOTIONS & FANCY GOODS, in Southern Kansas. Full line of sewing machine sup plies of all kinds. THE WHITE Sewing Machine excels anything in the market. jgflT"JBottom prices and satisfaction guaranteed. FITCH & BAIIKON, McLaughlin Bros. Wholesale and Kotnil Dealers in GROCERIES, STONEWARE, AND COAL OIL. None but the best material used, and prices as low as the lowest. 'Trade from the Tkkkitouy Solicited. AR...

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 1881

irv " y-v "f dL mFmmflgWEr r .aftiii JuuiJ.i..iiJ Ji jvnut' 'sin . U9ii.uxit2 u"j trj C.1F17 fM 3 J J Iff 'tWlT? ri'Bf.fJMU'ii j?AiMi:nTir"j'i'iJWrimiiiii'"ffa t.nBTi'rwimi'ivj IA' Jn!& Unlorod the, I'oatoflloo til. OurlinKton, Inrtl an Territory, iih hocoihI elins matter. m a ITTIM" 'I'A 151-IC. CtllllWMll t VI. Sill i.lnu. AititivK. "T'.n From Xort It 11 n. m. 1'i'om South 10 n. in. Mondays Kscuptod. Sundays ICxcuptud. Still's," sumo time, going s. Tuosdaye, ThuradayH&SaturdayH; KOlng X. Monday, Wudneaduys & Fridays. A.T. S. K.K.U.TLMKTAHUO. I'A I.D WICU. STATION. AKHIVK. lUCI'AltT. i..a&ninif. H'fiOA.M. I R:00 1'. M. Aciiuniinodiitioii, 8 MO I. M. fi: '20 A.M. Five cavalrv horncs will be Hold al Fort Bono,' Saturday, Oct. 21). Charles- Cleveland is in Kansas, on business, and will bo gone two or throe weeks. Willis Metcalfe has been filling the position of industrial teacher at the Arapahoe school lor two weeks. FOR SALE. A good saddle, bri dle, rope and quirt. En...

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 1881

w? WMJm'.rjsii..iv.yW,v,. " ''""i,Hiiiriittiirrirrfifnn-f-i a.auw nM'rTirTnovMtwtnnrfn'rTtTinnnrm TJLJC EVENING STAR. Tin: 1JK.ST DAII.V I'AIT.K JX UANSA8 CITV. Th Evoninp: Star, etablihed in Kaunas City lust milium), 1ms achieved Uiu most r inurkablo success in the history or western .Journalism. It bun established ii well-earned reputation lor enterprise anil independence. It is especially valuable to the people (if m sonri, Kansas, Arizona, New Mexico and tins .Indian Territory, because; Int. It gives all the news of the world in a condensed, readable form. id. Its commercial department is nn.snr pas.sed lor fullness, accuracy ami reliability. Jt gives the. eomlete reports of Hie Kansas mV ,"UUK.eis' ' markets of New Vork, loledo, Chicago and St. Louis by telegraph; the. Kansas City live stock reports in full, the hi. LOUIS and Chicago live, Htnr1r miirlrota liv -- "w -.-'. . J LU J .1 icieirranh. etc.. etc. Tim -p.-iraviiiif- f.-.,. ia Invaluable to every stock raiser mid dealer...

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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 October 1881

L$0 ujujjuju-mwiiiJiLf.iamwMu m9W AUTUMN. The rich autumnal shadows fall ; The first brown loaf wheels slowly down ; And all along llin orchard wall The mosses gather dco)or brown. Through all the rounded golden hours No sound steals in from village street; Alono tho chimes from distant towers Float hourly through my still retreat. Across tho vale, the rugged hills Are starting from their summer gloom, And bursting heather glows and fills Their skyward curves with purple bloom. Again with autumn comes the tinio When you and I would cross the vale, Ami reach the mountain-foot, and climb, Till stars renewed their evening tale. 1 wander still whore Nature's haunts Her secret pln20S soldom sought ; But oven Nature something wants A subtle something, deeply wrought. And hero alono 1 sit, and now Thy voice is hushed; but those dear eyes That Hashed beneath that bravo boy-brow, Are haunting mo as daylight dios. Tho sun slopes slowly to his rest, This soft September afternoon, Till ail tho ...

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 October 1881

Iff Weohawkcn and Its Duels. A writer in the Evening Post de scribes at some length the old duelling ground at Weehawken. Years ago when the duelling code was resorted to much more frequently than at pres ent, as the law that should settle many personal difficulties, Weehawken was famous all over the world. Luckily the duelling code a fossil about New York, and Weehawken itself is now studied as one of the fossil re mains of one of the dark pages of our history. The most noted of the duels that have been fought at Weehawken was that between Hamilton and Burr. July 11, 1804. A stone is religiously preserved in the town on which is in scribed, "On this spot fell July 11, 1804, Major General Alexander Hamil ton," and a minor inscription informs the public that the monument was erected by the St. Andrew's Society of the state of New York. American en terprise has chipped the stone, and many of the letters are obliterated. Few monuments in America accessible to the vandalism of relic hun...

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 October 1881

' 'J tmrxstti.vjtiZ)tMti'L?txzitiTt tsiacrrfieatUNntiftvrJvarunmmWA&jn&t ttzmer atMrwwiig'awwrwKMMtHawwiwarMw ww wwmiww local Moms. Charles Clcvelnnd, of Cnndee tV Co., made a flying visul lo Anadarko last week, returning on the 14th. Two borne thieve from Pierce City, Mo., were enptured ly (ho In dian police ii Mtinkopcc, Ind. Ter., a short time ago. York-Parkcr-Drapor Mercantile Company, of Caldwell, are agon In for L. G (hillup's celebrated Colorado and California saddles. Messrs. Darlington and Covington returned to the Agency on the night of the 12th, after an absence of a month among circuses and yellow legged chickens. Sam Bwaycr, the dry goods man of Caldwell, is getting farily settled in his spendid new store room. He invites the attention of the public to the inducements he is ollering in dry goods, gents' furnishing goods, etc. See his "ad" on first page. Wolf Ahead, a Cheyenne, drove two loaded four-horse teams from Arkansas City, having been deserted by his driv...

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 November 1881

S3 AdiUK1M. VOL. 3. DARIJNCITON, I. T., XOY. 10, 1881.. XO. 6. rmwg)iKja;TWj7CTrrirwff!rrrre'r aagnrjgttawwBqixtBgmvBJ n t a arawc.nrreTwgMC'' "'"'j i THE STOCKMAN. There is noMihjjj so Kay, As when during May The stockmen nrc having their yonid-np. No longer In camp, And in mud houses (lamp, The Jolly cow boys arc bound np.- Tho Mexican pony lie looks prond find tony, And seems to IVel winter is over; Cares ml., for Ids master, And runs ufl" the faster, Ho Is smelling the grass frod the GlOTOF. And many a beast Is later shipped 12ast While -westward goes many a dollar; So stoekmen eomo all Ami dress tip in the fall, Real' nobby from the foetito the collar. As the clot hingmen's "Hose" Is well: known JCalm St Seliloss. Where the stocRmon all men nil two trading; So you'll pnreTuvso I guesHr At the firm UR. & S." TVhoso goods wear i'orerrr-wlfl'rout Pnilfng. Kahn & Schloss, STOCKM UN'S I ! EA DQC A RTERS Cor. Mo. Ave. Us lYEaiu Stn:Qt; KANSAS CTTY, MO. UJWIUJk&riTZS&M...

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 November 1881

3- i INDIAN SUMMER. The dry leaves lie In drifts of brown nnd yellow, Within tho forest nooks nnd on the hill sides bare ; And, falling over all, tho sunshino mellow Drifts warmly downward through the hazy air. . In sombre beauty lio tho level meadows Beneath the soft glow of tho Autumn sky: Flecked, over and anon, with quiet shad ows That at tho coming of tho sunshino die. Tho forest rises in its solemn splendor, Shorn of tho garments it was wont to wear ; Wrapped in a mist of purple, soft and tender, Jjiko a dim vapor, filling all the' air. Tho fur-off mountains rise in stately grandeur, Until their lofty summits picrco the mist That hangs Its lazy wreathes of pearl and amber About tho great brows, which tho sun has kissed. Tho breczo is full of soft and balmy odors, A quiot, slumbrous stillness fills tho air All these aro but tho sad yet sweet fore bodors That come a timo when gloom is every where. 'Tho Winter comes, and all tho Fall's rare sweetness Must fade and pall boforo his...

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 November 1881

2?f WATCH-DOGS IN WAR. How the Ural Wolf-Dog Is To Be Utilized by the Russian Army. London Telegraph. A great deal of very interesting in formation will be gained from the German, Austrian, and llussian maneuvers just drawing to a close. Wo shall see the result of the close in spections and the exercises that have taken place in Bessarabia, at Jvonitz, and in Hanover, in articles written in the continental military papers, and in changes made in regimental accoutre ments; possibly, at some distant day it is to bo hoped, the consequences of the lessons inculcated will be made clear upen the battle-field, and victo ries may date from the peaceful move ments of 1881. A few glimpses of what has been done are meanwhile af forded us. The Germans have developed a more rapid plan of attack, and, it should bo added, of defense also, that has been known before. They have decided again to use artillery in heavy masses, as against batteries and half batteries maneuvered by isolated majors and c...

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 November 1881

X 'J o BHWwiyBwm PW w.ryei'i'WT'iMtw!fmtTt. ;; - . ;::;;sr. j.',,,t S y or k - p a r k e r -d h a f er, The Transporter Pum.isnr.i) fiion-iMronmY. BiUEttilNGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subecription, $1. per yonr in advance. W. A. JEATOX, Editor Publisher 'rUlKaDAT,NUVKJ41UM,lSSk Mr. .1. Ihtdlev hns returned G'oni ' U.' St:il'j nd is iijxjdn ;it his yl nt llit- Cheyenne school. R)R SALK". -Abroad smldlerhri ifrV, pm- :inl uirf. Knqnire nt tfnf ir!i'c. John Murphy, in elinrv f an In dian tr.'in. Waited i i il.e :!d instant tfor Arkansas Hrr. A ii:i line of Still tit.-.' and t'ali !viiii tree saddle. nnl iled ealf frjlfriii: jnst n eeived hv Yorlfc-Par-fter-iVaper, M -reantile Co. Our ( luwti elmir, which lor two r three months has hen disorgan ized, is once more in tunc, and eon teibutrs no 1 i 1 1 1 to the eninvnlde ii'SH of tlir Hnndar evening service. RYd Dotv has Jell Caldwell for the stock men of tin Territory, Southern Kansas and Texas, and we expect to hoc it continue to iner a-e. We...

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 November 1881

xs- ) f f'siiJijViniwmfwAijm)M9iiui'jmmm.fjtmiumuimijtiix,iimtMM'aem- iwiuw wmx'iHunwm lummimi humwhwi )Ti,n) CEMENT. i r j i i VOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., NOV. 10, 1881. NO. 6. rcxrwrercwarvr ttvtnvKiKn'visctursajKSvnrBnrsrTfmexja.t - -- - TD A TCinI SUP i jl- JL IjjljL-L i kJ'JL v .I 7 Qreswell Bank, AHKANSAS CITY, KAN. .1. L. HUEY, - - Cnsliier. INCHEST Paid On Timh Deposits. Money Loaned al Lowest Kates. Funds Guarded by Sargent & Green loaf's Timo Lock. XQ-YOUK. PATRONAGE SOLICITED. nuauiUMMau-M T.R HOUGHTON, DEAI.KIl IN- Hanicss, Saddles, Whips, Spurs, and Frontier Qui His. A full line of everything needed by Cow Boys always in stock. None but the best material used, and prices oh low as the lowest. SF-Trade from the Tkkkjtouy Solicited. ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. KBSSmUONSl McLaughlin Bros. Wholesale and lietuil Dealers in GPtOCEIMES, i 'i n ii ii t m ! wj v - - i, AND COAL OIL. We have the largest stock of goods in our line in the city. Stockmen, denier mid others given special ...

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 November 1881

tr j- j " -J- - , hi,, --Mum i " ctpi t nirPwy yyKcwcypfB8ffL?j( wtWKrrwMBWKyirtMiypowty :NHrniB3m Kntorodtho PoHtofltao at Darlington, In(ll tin Territory, na Heoond clans matter. "Ti aiT'tLm ic ta iViiB. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Lino. i i AMHJVK. Prom North Jin. m. Mondays Hxooptod. AlllllVK. From South 10 a. m. Sundays Excepted. Stages, same tlimi, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays;, going N. Mowhcs, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. F. It. U, TIM IS TA7JLI0. CAI.DWKM. STATION. Passenger. Accommodation, Aiticivic. niti'AK'r. llrfiOA. M. I !5:00 I. 4M. FMOP. M. fi.'SOA.AI. Local Items. Little Chief and bnnd reached Wallace, Kan., on the 30(h ult. Over fifty Indian freighters arc now on the road between this place and Arkansas City. Freighters from Caldwell to this place are now getting one dollar per hundred for hauling merchandise. York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Company, of Caldwell, arc agents for L. C. Call up's celebrated Colorado and California saddles. Air. H...

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 November 1881

S-S wwbtitfittrritt-tttY:frs?aa3ttsmttMs& Aiming tin niiiuy new things re ti'iitl v ncehed lv Mr. ( :iii !;', i- ;t tire proof -ale will) ill the modern improve ment. of lork sind cnincn ient arrancrcincnl. Mr. (, who is noted fur joilv good humor; dis played si good deal of muscle in handling 1 ri m last aciii.-itiom Fur niture, stores, IxHldinir. ete.. etc.. in rNo being received, and in a short time iMr. Candce will have the ino.st etnnfortahle dwelling phu'e for bin i 'Holf and employe (n ! fund in the Territory. i'w.TXT7-?2r;c3na;rj-r. II. A. TODD. On either sid' . Morse 1 1 r a n d same on 1 ft should r. P. ().. Caldw.-ll, K . ArrrMnicarxTi!wrrxr'3Hsi "5 a v'Ki' .' T T " Vf v. hJL v,.n!: nn .trfltfV Cromwell n ml Van Katun Fori lleno, I ml. Tor. florae, ww It II shoulder PROPRIETORS KOliT ItKNO DAIKV. Mttk deliveivd n 'uliuly c. iiy morning Hi "Port lleno and Diuhmrton. C - R. Kimr. fcJ a?) H .nit a (icrt rud. 1 cxa-. Aiuthing yon may need, and if it i in the ordinary line...

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 November 1881

y t r f THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. ruuLisirJci) bkmi monthly, In thB Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IH ADVANCE. MMiW ft rwnnmim WRANGELL LAND. Canada's Baseless Claim to an Un profitable Place Near the North Polo. An Ottawa loiter in tho Now York llorakl says: As sevoral Canadian journals havo charged Capt. Hooper Willi invading .Dominion territory when ho hoisted tho stars and stripes and took possession of "Wrangell Land in the name of llio United States, I have endeavored to ascertain on what ground tho Dominion claim to tho recently discovered territory was estab lished. 1 have failed to find any evi donco which would provo tho owner ship to bo vested in tho Dominion after making careful search. It is true that, during Mr. Mackenzie's ad ministration, tho Canadian govern ment applied to tlio British govern ment for a session of all lands on tho North coast of America discovered by British navigators, and generally held as appendages to tho crow...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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