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

c0 iV WOMEN IN GERMANY, How They are Oppressed Their Poor Wages and Hard Life. Mrs. Livcrmore says, in the Woman's Journal: Everywhere in continental Europe there is a contempt for and an oppression of women. Everywhere there is laid on her tlio menial drudg ery that mueb be done, but what men will not assist in doing, nor for the performance of which they will pro vide mechanical appliances, as Ameri can men do. Everywhere she is robbed of a proper compensation for her labor. But Germany, the land of literature, science, scholarship, music, art, cult ure, to whose universities wo send our sons for thorough mental equip ment the land that boasts of its ad vanced civilization this Germany leads in mean treatment of woman, and has a preeminence in that kind of civ ilization which leaves nothing undone to exalt men, but is content to regard and treat woman as a serf. The country was in the perfection of its midsummer beauty as we jour neyed through it. But I could not en joy its beauty...

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 December 1881

3-o (W M twjtiiirrsvym(mrrjratijeivjtmi mzvi(nTtttarnMiCtirntemMyfnrr&iHnw ' s Local Ileius. L. Cnndcc has n full line of Christ mas toys, (IoJIh and drums. Mrs. V .1. JIadlcy and daughter hive returned from a protraeled iml to the Slnles. A fine line of Still tree and Cali fornia tree saddles, and oiled ealf lfeggins just received by York-Par-feor-Draper, Mercantile Co. Anybody in need of bedroom iur nHnrc should call on J v. Candee and Ibok over his stork and priees. Thomas Armstrong, the murderer vjf James Kicly, at Arkansas Giiy, a few weeks ago, has been sent k' the pen for fifteen- years. Cliarlcs Cleveland, with Candee Tfe Co. and who has been away for a ftouplo of months, has rctnrnod and m again on duty. Mr. J. T. Hemphill, of Sparta, Wisconsin, has been spending a Jew flays here visiting hi son and Mr. U. 'Candee. Thc&fcotiG for the foundation of fche new shops is being placed on the ground. The building is to be of brick and will contain carpenter, Blacksmith and ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

2te CHEYENNE T K AN SP ( )RT h R 7(X Q I) ARLINGTON, 1. T., DEC. 2(, 1881. NO. 9. V-AJ. O. ijnrewwwwsijwwrvwwsmTjsuawrreWT rurmviJLUJiJaiJiJ THE STOCKMAN. Thero Is nothing so guy. A when during May Th Btockmcn are having their ronrd.up. Wo longer in camp, And in uiudbonoedmpr Tho Jolly oov boys arc bound up The Mexican pony He loots proud and tonyr Aad seems to feel winter to over? Cures ad., for biH muster. And ruus all the fufiter, Ho is suiciring the grab afcd tbe clover; And many a beast 2a lator shipped East Wlillo westward gees-many a dollar; So elockuven come all Anil dress up In the fall, 3teal nobby from the feet to the collar: Aa thoclothingmen's "Boas" Is well known Kahn & Schiosa. Where tbe atoeKmen all meet and are trading io you'll purchase 1 juese, At Uic llrm "K. & S." 7Tbose goods wear-forever without fading. Kahn & Schloss, STOCKMEN IlEADQUAItTKRS Oor. Mo. Ave. drlXain. .Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. COSAND cv MOSSKP, Photographers, CALDWEIiL, KAN. M.U. 1'I....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

0 THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Z'UBLTBIIICI) 8I5MI MONTHLY, la the Interest of Man civilization and Frogress, TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. WB mMWM FARM NOTES. Tho rico and cotton crops in parts of Florida are large. J, Whistler of Hawthorn, Flu., raised 800 bushels of onions on two acres of land. The rico crop along tho Atlantic coast was damaged 50 per cent by a re cent storm. Tho orange crop of Louisiana is a failure. Tho yield of rice, sugar and cotton is heavy. It is estimated that, about 1,000,000 acres of land have gono out of cultiva tion in England during the last ten years. Polled Angus cattle are bringing higher prices now in Scotland than short-horns. At a lato sale a cow brought 225 guineas, or .$1,125, and others, -with bulls, from 42 up to 180 guineas. Tho average price obtained for fifteen cows was $273, It is evi dent that tho breed of Angus cattle is increasing rapidly, not only in Scotland but in England. Stock should bo -well sheltered dur ing tho winter, for whe...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

tf j T I AS TOLD BY BLISS, Bliss' Story of President Garfield's Illness. Surgeon Tho Century. The morning of the 3d of July found him comparatively cheerful and hope ful, jind with a full appreciation of his surroundings. After the morning con sultation, and the dressing of the wound, having at my request decided upon his permanent professional at tendance, he desired me to thank indi vidually tho phj'sicians who enrae to his assistance so promptly. In tho evening it was decided to summon the distinguished counsel from Philadel phia and New York, Drs. D. Haves Agnew and Frank II. Hamilton. The time which passed until the 23d of July, when the first rigor occurred, was remarkable chiefly for the quiet, cool determination of the sufferer. At this time, as is known, a simple but painful operation was rendered necessary by the formation of a superficial pus sac. When, after consultation, I informed the president of! the intention to use the knife, he, with unfailing cheerful ness, repli...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

aw ciWiiWJji,.iMiH.wi''uMJiMiiiwiw The Transporter I'l'llMHIIl'.O Bf.mi-Monthly. D ARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subsoriptiou, $1. por year in advance. "W. A. EATON, Editor Publisher MONDAY, lKCliM.HK2G, 1HS1. Wwnmit i'i miiiniiiwiimiiiirrwnim in i -tttt TiTTm 1-1 i r THE PRKSLDKXT ON INDIAN AFFAIRS. While tliis question hns been a cause of trouble and enibarrasinenl &om the infancy of the government, Jt was-but recently that nny efforts Ilivp been made for ils solution at nee serious, determined, consistent and promising success. It has been easier to resort to cowvtinienl make shifts for tiding over the temporary difficulties than to grapple with the great permanent problem, the easier course has almost invariably been pursued, it was natural at a time when the national territory seemed almost illimitable and contained many millions of acres far south of tkho bounds of civilized settlement Unit a policy should havs been ini iaatod which, more than ought dse, has been the fruitfu...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

3-o HMWMMMHMMIHMI - .k TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 3. dari,tngton,"i."t1,"dec. "26.' issi. NO. 9. ? nmjiijunHriuiiJiiwiaLmijma.Tya -333- CALDWELL and WELLINGTON, 333- HOLMES & CO., tWholoolotndRot,il Dealers la All- Kinds of Groceries and Provisions. First Door Noktu of the Postofhcji:, CALDWELL. WELLINGTON, KANSAS. KANSAS -C33 -333- McLaughlin Bros. Wholesale ami Rolall Dealers in GBOCIlIES, STOKEWAJiE, AND COAL OIL. We haves the largest stock of goods in our line in the city. Stockmen, dealers and others given special attention. ARKANSAS CITY KAN. gf.hitlbert" J DUALVB I.t TLuiDWAKE. StOVKB. t TlNWAUK, Wood ANU Ikon Wagox Stock, S-UTOLKRY Hardwakk, PvjJIPSj J2TC., ETC. Fine cutlery a specially, Stoves of every variety and price. Goods Bold and repairing clone At lowest possible price?. 4f3-Eflpectol uttontlon tfiven to mall or ders from tbo Territory ,-q: CALDWELL, KANSAS: T.R. HOUGHTON, DKALKK !' HarneftM, Saddles, Whips, Spurs, and Fronlier On til is. A full line of everyth...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

w III llU u ." " jtJMMawwtftawMNwwwwimMiiwi-iituiiiwiiwf WSWTOBWSWfrHljHRp v . j,. w wjkii iwww MnuararyiaMtram1 iewamanwi3rvitwcBBarTtft(Mvri!iflwsraigrcgCT :aKJMJMIWfBR .MJHWW..II. MX. r & . 'TfiHKfc j Hrte v K a j&i r - - 'f Ji - 1 1 jr i f i i - I, -, j ii ini.. -r- MMtadMkaMAMMMntMMVMlMlfaMa Tin i Nn 'i n I , w ii i . 'ii i. i i.. i i - Local FientK. Popcorn at Council's. ' Toys at Connelly Headquarters. Fresh butter and eggs lib Conn ell's. A small party of boomers wore brouglit to Uono Saturday. "Hurt's" celebrated boots at Con nell's headquarters. Mr. J. H. Soger made a flying vis it to Caldwell last week. Carload of apples just in and sell ing like wildfire at Connoll's. W. L. Squier Hiiooecds Dr. M. P. Roberts as editor of the Indian Jour nal. He starts out well Call and examine the drossgoofls and goods for ladies' wear at L. Candee's The prospect for a crop rjf ice is not at all flattering, but the range is good and cattle men arc happy. Mr. W. A. Hemphill, of th...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

J.8V x&TSBtMmaaaczvsminimiiuii am: !'vxnKL-vxrNiAriarixmKYM&.iriunt.t'Hn wmwrnyimam wmi nun m mwwwww i ONEDOLLAR A Vpar. The best story pjmPr in the West. J8 col. (f corgc Bftnt,.. Darlington, 1 T Also ADA. G-O TO iimns or original and choicely selected rend. Jng mutter, printed upon large, l:iin type. IflHued weekly and mailed to any address in the Lnitod Btatofl, postage paid, for one riol. Jar a year. Every new aubforibes geia a pro. UlillUl. oi-uu uu-Miuniie copv. Address, CHICAUO LEDGER. Chicago, III. H Mf Ohnrn iC' Montgomery. A. M. Walker, manager, Dar lington, ncl. T. Horse, brand o right hi j) M ir... H. A. TODD. On either side. '$pp Jior s c n r a n cl W8&fc-ASBm sam o on left j 'fef shoulder. P. O., 5 S3'' Caldwell, Kan. rffiSSSSScSfe: f;, " r ' '-v..ji'rrrcsi-r--L''vtttv-' Cram well and Van Eaton, Fort Reno, Ind. Tor. Horse, ?iime loftbhouldcr --i- PROPRIETORS FORT RENO DAIRY. Mlik delivered regularly every looming at yortjitunoland Darlington. wBKBjylt'SBy R...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

; ' Z-zzxzss-rBiTsr-s vr-. 5-1 I i LEARN A LITTLE EVERY DAY., Little rills niako wider streamlets, Streamlets swell the river's ilow; Kivers join the mountain billows, Onward, onward, as thoy go 1 Life is made of smallest fragments, Shade and sunshine, work and play; So may we, with greatest profit, Learn a little every day. Tiny seccU ninke boundless harvests, Drops oi rit in compose tho showers, Seconds make tne flying minutes, And tho minutes make the hours 1 Let us hasten, then, and eatch them As they pass us on tho way ; And with honest, true endeavor Learn a little every day. Let us read some striking passage, Cull a verse from every page; Hero a line, and there a sentonce, 'Gainsi the lonely time of age ! At; our work, or by tho wayside, While the sunshine's making hay; "Thus wo may, by help of study, Learn a tittle every day. THAT ONE DOLLAR BILL. How it did min that November night. '.None of your undecided showers, with hesitating intervals, as it were, be tween; none of yo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

1) J Hygiene of the Teeth. Dr. Felix Oswald, in Popular Science Monthly. A hard crust is the best possible den trifice. I never could get myself to be lieve in the natural necessity of a tooth brush. The African nations, the Ilin doos, the natives of Southern Europe, the South Sea Islanders, the Arabs, the South American vegetarians, in short, three-fourths of our fellow-men, besides our next relatives, the frugivorus ani mals, have splendid teeth, without sozodont. I really believe that our decay from sheer disuse; the boarding house homo lives chiefly on pap wants all his meats soft-boiled, and growls at cold biscuit or an underdone potato; in other words, ho delegates to tho cook the proper functions of his teeth. "We hear occasionally of old men getting a second, or rather a third, set of teeth. I met one of them in Northern Guate mala, and ascertained that ho had be come toothless during a twelve years' sojourn in a seaport town, and that ho got his new set upon his return to h...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1881

X - tfl ft A Xntcrod at the. PoHtoflloe nl Darlhmton. an second cinsH mutter. .1T7! MAJi.TJMK TABLE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Lino. AtlMVE. ZFroin North 11 a. m. iMondnya Kxcoptud. Anurvrt. From South 10 n. in. Sunclnys Excepted. binges, tiuno time, going S. Tuesdays, anmrailiiya&Sntunliiys; coins N. Mondays, "jVedncudaye A Frldnya. A. T. & S. F. R. It, TIME TA'BLB. CALDWELL STATION. Jfcasengrr. .Accommodation, AHllIVK. 11:M A. r. 8:40 P.M. HEIGHT. 3:00 1M. f 20 A.M. Local Items. L. Candor has n full lincofChrist adp toys, dulls and drums James Morrison, of this place, is fffon a visit to the States. Cowboys in ned of leggirrs should .rill nud 3ee L. Candle's stock and ori, .i. York-Purker-Draper Mercantile 'vonp.w, of'Caldwell, are agents for A. C. Galltip's celebrated Colorado and California saddles. Anybody in need of bedroom fur niture should call on L. Candee and ,ok over his stock and prices: The Kaws receive a money annu ity of $.ldperhead, or $1,000 for the an I ire t...

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 January 1882

gA f vJl Ji i JtlirS Jj Hi 1 It AJN bi UK1 Hi Ki VOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., JAN. 10, 1882. NO. 10. TTEtvBPMLtviUA. jLutrryriix uuuwntvtjm.vui javLSi9Jczv.-ArwtiMfZr3vji I- THE STOCKMAN. Tbxjro 1s nothing so gar, Am when dnriug May Tn Btockraen nro having1 their rourrt-up, Ho longer In carap, And In mud houses duuipt fbo jolly oow boys are bound up. Tho Mexican poiyy He looks proud and tony, And ieettis to feel winter Is over; Otres u d . . for his master, And runs nil tho faster, Mm ia amelling tbo gruas and the cloverv And many k bcabl U lAtor shipped East Wliile westward goes many a dollar; . o ttockinen como all And dress np In the fall, Eel nobby from tho feet to the collar. As tiKaclothingmcn's "Boss" Is well ftnown Kahn & Sehloas. Whcro the stocfcmmi till meet and nrc trading Bo you'll purchase I guess, At the firm "K. & S-." Whoo good.1 wear forever wflhout fading; Kahn k JSohloss, STOCKMEN'S HEADQUARTERS Oor. JS.CK Avfl.& Main Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. V3casesraKr...

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 January 1882

ft V "J H.UHIMWllUI.JtliilltBHWWHWHWWWBW'i I ' I UW WMHMWPWWWWlWWMWIWHMWPIiW 11 THE CliraE TRAHSPORTER. ruWiiRiittu bicmi mohtiiijY, In tlio Intoisal of Iftdlan jJWlSallon and nogicss, TEUMS, $1.00 A YEAR, W ADVANCE, t(HMMM I 'WPW0tf?li Railroading nntl Husbandry! Colonel W. I'1. Vllnn, Iho fiunmw Wisconsin orator, delivered tho lunuml address before Iho Minnesota Htuto Fair, nnd choBO for htn themo tho "Ihillruiuls and Iho Farmers" and trlod to point out their reciprocity of inter est. A few oxtracU from his admir able speech will Interest tho roador: "Before vallroadB wore devised, there WH3 no extensive freight communion tlon but by water. And that wan val ueless unlean conveniently accesolblo. From thiB the agriculture of pant ages (gathered around the Beaa atid lakes, or lined the river's margin. It girt the Mediterranean, and made famous the valley of the Nile. Tho unwutered world of the Interrlor was left lo the wandering nomad or the forest barba rian. It wib tho unknown reg...

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 January 1882

2?S r MARRIED DIED. Ill tho columns side by Hido, $tand tho captions, Married, Died, What line irony tn this That shndos with death our nuptial bliss, That blends bonoaih our earnest nze Tho stmy of two wondrous days ? The kiss of, iloalh, of blushing bride, Sarcastic blend in Married, Died. Throbbing breast of heart that bleeds, TearCul, bright or dull eye reads Lines whoso message is not clear, Ulurred and broken through a tear; Lily lingers, hand of age, Trace tho lines along the page; Death and Cupid, side by side, Sport with man in Married Died. J lore a requiem, there a song, Blend and roll their notes along, 'Village bells that ring or toll Greet a glad or passing soul ; To tho chancel ca-1 the crowd, Clad in satin gown or shroud, To the church we twico may ride; Heed tho headings Married, Died. Hoist the anchor, sail away ; 'Summer winds or sunlit bay Lure thee o'er tho outer bar, Where the while-capped breakers are; "Staunch thy painted shallop be, Strong to ride life's res...

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 January 1882

Qjtv ---- ....J,.'iiinJiMwOTlM.rVreW -- ' w-yrTr,ff)rcrreyry;.icwH;rwin ,-- T - .-.-- T T1., . -.,. -.-.-.. mi l A nobby lino of booti) and allocs, The 1 ranspori bii at0 i,ept make KnAM cm.eiiv Vmiuwum .Srmi-Momtjit.t. DAUlilWGTON, INDIAN TEBRITOKY Subscription, $1. por year in advanoo. TV. A. EATON, Editor & PuhllHhcr TUESDAY, JAMJAttY 10, 18J. HMMHnanaaianMmnumMaRMMfatMaa Cowboys in need of logging should, call mid see L. Candce'a stock and price. Mr. A. C. Williams, of Hod Fork, ppent Christmas with relatives and friends at the Agency tiwl atoek of gcnls furninhing gooda ever opened in the Territory t OonneH'H. Tho Petersburg, Illinois, Observer, published bv an old friend, near the borne of our childhood, m a most "weleoinf exchange. Call and ex n mine tin' drej&o(x imrT goods fur Jadief' wear at L. Camlcc;s Mr. Darlington commenced miw m last week, enough logs having cen hauled to keep the mill going ftwsonio time. Fresh butter and eggs at Connoir. The York-Parkor-Drup...

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 January 1882

291 m WMWBWWwamiM imiuwu1. tm wnamm. m mi unuumw itiiiimiw t uu J, juil W11 HWfiUJKyiW HI UtU. VJJ !aVgtWBliWWl IWMf iJUfl OH MUM w iuiy uwwmwi wwavw lyitvtimiM'tMKS 'iwj.hbicthii j-j U iigii iwi 1 " 3131 U YOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., JAN. 10, 1882. NO. 10. I'umnmu 'Jumiiiiuju.uamiiBiJLl.uaiAUjuusi JlMOMUU.illJUiJaLUJUllUUJUI.IllLlJilUMllU BBHW.l-IM I ff Ml 1 iiJfJiygJwrjtfa.ittrLj.TrTORiLiiwii,JUuawvwiJ w jar j-tr aphmi.t rar..y w.ji aww.w.MM,- "T" - ----- ! ! mi tr t i yim ir t t -- i r II M H' I'l TT? A MUDn P T I? P 1 iirlli Ol VII1 lult UF i-l iI Ih I uui ta -333- CALDWELL and WELLINGTON, -333 HOLMES & CO., "Wholoaal'unOIiotail X)oulGrs ua All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions. First Door North of this Vosvovmae, CALDWELL. KANSAS -833- WELLINGTON, KANSAS. 333- vMWMmprwiY jnimMrMwrn)fvjt fcii aiwff MMnv.nira'iM4MnTmriViwnii rpMMnM (ffWSMMVIvii'Mv McLaughlin Bros. Wholesale arnil Keuil Dealers In GROCERIES, 3. HJkU WriAvnLiTtr iTiTn k? A 1 J.1 J T T .rfA. AND COAX OIL. V7.v 7 ...

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 January 1882

Cry ff rmrw9m9mmntmvimiim ilwajMiiw.wiJjiniHrJJi.jiiSMjiliJWigiTjgag?i Local Item. Toys at Connell's Headquarters. Mr. Carson, of Cleardalo, Kansas, was hare last week with a load of vegetables. Come again Mr. 0. L. Candee has just received a fine stock of Thurbers canned goods try them. . Mr. S. B. Gardner writes us from Lovett, Indiana. He will move to Pittsburg for a "fatter take." Carload of apples just in and sell ing like wildfire at Connell's. Pour weddings and not one Cha rivari. The white people of this country in their efforts to civilize the Indians have civilized them selves. Mr. Seger gave a magic lantern rxhibition at the Arapahoe school, Saturday evening, which was greatly wnjoyed by the children. Y ark-Parker-Draper Mcrcan tile tTompnnyr of Caldwell, are agents for Lv C. Gallup's celebrated Colorado nd California saddles. Rev.. Wieks has s-arted up to Red Pork Ranch, where ho will hold a service this evening with the range boys and such others as he can get together....

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1882

d-M Hfm IMMMtVTCAf J JH I "S Hii"s I bullions lion- before thu I JUJkJ 1 public. Vou can tiiuki num. ey faster ut ork for u.i than anvthinrr ihe. i.M;l; Hon I. OO rXfO Capital not needed. Wo will Blurt you. $'l i , .. n ony miti upwards muuo at homo uv tne in. durtrloun. Men. women, Uovb and girl waul, ed everywhere to work for us. Now is the Hum Ton can work in Kpare timr only or give vour whole tiuie to the business. Yon can live at home and do thoMvork. No other business Trill pay you nearly as well. No one can fall to make enormouH pay by engaging at once. Costly outfit and ternin free. Money made laot, ensily and honorably. Address TRViS & CO., Augusta, Maine. UiirlHiglott. I T n 7w"wi,n 9 f) Cci L Alsu VDA. wZim's r-ftAaa ft Pi L A ft1 r 3 M r ' .r wk ttttAhkKflPr' ""Nfcfc. I1 t .Tr, .mh"T!m ir S if "T & v . Vv V Oburn (V Montgomery. A. M. Walker, maniiffcr, D nr- lington. Ind. T. Homo brand o right hip M H. A. TODD. our 9 c u r u n ci fcaWhsyfiuiS nine on 1eftff Caldw...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1882

3 A CHRISTMAS CHANT. "It comes upon tho midnight clear, That glorious song of old, From angels bonding nuar tho cnrth To touch their harp of gold: 'Peace to tin' earth, good will to men, From hon veil's all gracious King' Tho world in solemn silence lay To hear tho angels sing." m CHRISTMAS IN THEOLDEN TIME. Christmas is much moro generally observed, in tho United States, than it was a generation ago, and its observ ance is annually extending. But it is not kept, even yet, with anything like tho universality, much less the enthu siasm, of tin? olden time in England. Three hundred years ago, Christmas was, emphatically, the great festival -of the year. It was tho one that ap pealed, more eloquently than any other, to that feeling of a common brother hood in man, which is tho very essence of true Christianity. On Christmas day, rich and poor were drawn together, as 'they were at no other time. The men dicant was auro of his alms, no mat ter at what gate ho knocked. Tho lord of the Man...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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