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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 February 1882

J3 &- t MWIII I IUUWUUHMW How to Run. Tlico. K. "WillKOii, St. Nlcliolns for February, 1832. Very few boys know how to run. "IIo, lio!" say a dozen boys. "Just bring on the boy that can run faster than I caul" But, stop a moment. I don't mean tbat most boys can't run fast I mean they can't run far. I don't believe there is one boy in iifty, of those who may read this, who can run a quarter of a mile at a good smart pace without having to blow like a porpoise by the time he has made his distance. And how many boys are there who can run, fast or slow, a full mile without stop ping? It hardly speaks well for our race, does it, that almost any animal in cre ation that pretends to run at all can outrun any of us ? Take the smallest terrier-dog you can find, that is sound and not a puppy, and try a race with him. He'll beat you badly. He'll run a third faster than you can, and ten times as far, and this with legs not more than six inches long. I have a hound so active that he always r...

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 February 1882

' ? , " 3 v r MCTfnrtV&rrJfs&nJviKuriu:A'n i i nmt!mjiJiiviinLw.u' mwi iwmjm':)iyvwni'iu.iij,Miuu ' 'imMMwwaiii MltWMHMIWltf HW IWM MtRMnKfli All Sorts. An editor of ii newspaper that had adopted ibnetie spelling in a jnuae lire, received a portal curd from an old subscriber in the country, which road as follows: "L hcv tuk uvu pn pcr for lo von yoren, but if u leant spel enny better than u hav bin dotn for the las to months 11 may jes stoppit." Hawkeyo. A late decision of an Illinois court made la.t week, to tho cflect that railroad and other pooling was ille gal and in opposition to tho best welfare of public policy, is creating quite a .stir. The matter has boon taken to the supnuie court. We hope to sec tho lower court sustained in its righteous decision. .Eagle. There is nothing of more value than a knowledge of current events, and such knowledge can he gained by reading the Traveler, the oldest and best journal in the Arkansas Valley. Republican in politics and replete...

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 February 1882

3 TR ANSPORTE R .j. . YOL. 3. DAKLINGTON, I. T., FEB; 25, 1882. NO. 13. i.'.iuiiw vmmnmm ifftacnaKWJJMEuanw2 yrii'Jw:jaA-iatuBtnev!ixwf?iuiirMttBiu.wxarii.'. j.aBBCri-:w,rai.ii urn n tw SJ- CHEYENNE THE STOCKMAN. M. K. I'LATT. JESSE EVANS. There la nothing so gay, An vrhon during May Tho stockmen arc hnving their rouud-up. Mo longer in camp, And in mud houses damp, ho jolly oow hoys are bound up. Tho Mexican pony Ho looks proud and tony,' And seems to feel winter is over; Onros ad., for hi master, And runs all tho faster; llo in smelling tho grans- and the clorer: And many a beast' 1b later shipped East WTiilo westward goes many a dollar;: . So Rtockmcn come all And dress up in the fall, Soul nobby from the feet to the collar As thcclothinguien's Boss" n well known Kahn & Schloss. Where the Btocfcmen all meet and are trading So you'll purchuBO 1 guess, At the firm "K. & S." Whoso goods woar forever without fading. Kahn & ScMoss, STOCKMEN'S 1IEADQUAKTET1S Oor. Ko-. Ave. &...

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 February 1882

yt J WINTER, .' Sad soul dear heart, oil, why repine? .Tho melancholy tale irf plain; Th leaves of Spring, tho Summer lowers Havo bloomed and died ngain. " The sweet and Pilver-sandalrd dew, Which like a maiden, fed tlm flowers, i llath waned Into tho beldam frost, And walked amid our bowers. Some buds there were sad hearts bo still ! Which looked awhile unto the sky, Then breathed but once, or Jived to tell How swecttst things may dlo! . And somo must blight where many bloom : But blight or bloom, the fruit must fall 1 I Why sigh for Spring or Summer llowers, Since Winter gathers all ? lie gathers allbut chide him not: He wraps them in hla mantle cold, And folds them closo, as best ho can, For he Is blind and old. : Sad souldear heart, no more repine, Tho tale Is beautiful and plain; . Surely as Winter tnkoth all, Tho Spring shall bring again. T. U. Head. MISS HARCOUhTS LOVER. "It looks as if it; were going to snow 'for weeks, Miss Elizabeth," said old Gregory, m as he touched 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. — 25 February 1882

I. i.r St. Valentine's Day. The 14th day of February, is, or was, celebrated in Euglaud, Scotland, Prance andother countries, by a very peculiar aud'amusing custum. On the eve of St. Valentino, thujvuiig folks would assemble and inscriboupon little billets the names of an equal number of maids and bachelors of their ac quaintance, throw the whole into a re ceptacle of some sort, and then draw them lottery-wise care, of course be ing taken that each should draw one of the opposite sex. The person thus drawn became one's valentine. Of course, besides having got a valentine for one's self, one became, by the uni versality of the practice, some other person's valentine; but, Misson a learn ed traveler in the early part of the last century, remarks, "The man stuck faster to the valentine that had fallen to him, than to her to whom he had fal len." These imaginary engagements, as may readily be supposed, often lead to real ones; because one necessary consequence of them was, that for a wh...

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 February 1882

i. 9 wnwnwnn'i"iMwi miMwpi"'1"!!' vmmimminni&imfmK Miemiit 1 ) The Transporter I'L'IIMBIIRD SF.MI-MOHTIIL.T. JbABL.lN(TON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. por year in advance W. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher SATtJKUAY, KEUUUAttY 2fi, J8W2. York-Purkor-Drafior Mercantile Company, of Caldwell, arc agents for L. C. Gal hip's celebrated Colorado nd California saddles "Mr. Covington was serenaded a few evenings since, with some very fine siting music. Anybody in need of bedroom fur niture should call on L. Candcc and look over his clock and prices. Fotir cattle brands and about a dozen new subscribers since last issifc. Can't see that we have any great reason to complain. Caldwell now boasts of a null, but nt present it is grinding meal and chopping feed. Messrs. Greenwcll & Cfifnblc are the proprietors, and Will f)ui in flouring machinery as soon as possible, Jafties Itciinie and W. G. Kimbcr iin, of White Bead Hill, David Mays, of Beef Creek, and Chits. L. Camp bell of .R...

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 February 1882

11 ianx$nrtmm:-H&CKmrMertmi?mmmttVZ'? ..., I, i i i ; i ii ij- i ! TRANSPORTER SUPPL v "mr VOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T. FEB. 25, 1882. NO. 13, BMIU HHMULUIiUIIII MENT m .. ESfWffiHBnf JStH I ( ! 4 ?W fe , ii 33$ CALDWELL and WELLINGTON, HOLMES & 00, W!olGv.lj'aniB,6ta.il Dcalorn iu 33o- All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions i, 5 FlftST Doou North OK Tnis PosTornciE, CALDWELL. KANSAS -I3i WELLINGTON, KANSAS. -033- W1 Klniberlin, Whll He ml Hill: Hunch Smile north of Erin Spring. Stock ciiltlo, coffee pot on left Blilo ami crnich on either hip aldo or shoulder. Crop and slit right, crop und under hull' crop in loft. David Mays. !Boof Crook, Chio'nsaw N. !ml. Tor. WS loft aide and hip. '.JHWSseSsnfiE - rrrSgtaigS-'' ..ci The number of cattle inspected for Oldham and attached counties the post season, as going to market, wan 7.054. The number lnsDcolecl for Wheeler county was 22,064, mak ing the total number 29,118. Our correspondent is trustworthy,, -antf we can believe Jiis state...

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 February 1882

"" jw X - nWWMMMM f ft! ittk FoAtofflo t Darlington, wte4 ckuM natter. iXE TIME TADLK. " JJtKIV. JVoju Morth 11 a. tn. Mondayi Kxccptiul Caldwell A Ft. in Line. ARRIYK. From South 10 a. in. Sundays ExcopUd. SUffti. ana time, goln S. TuMdayi, Sharailayi A Saturday Bjlgoins N. Mondayu, 4aadya It Friday h. 4. T. A 8. F. II. R, TIME TABLE. VkLVTTKLX, HTATIOX. ,toeomQUtlo, ARRIVE. ll:J30A.Mb. 8: 40 P. XT. DEPART. 3:00 P.M. 5:20 A.M. Fresh-butter and eggs at Council's. Rov. Ashby, it missionary from Tennessee, passed through here the airly part of the week. Mr. W. E. Malaley has bought the residence property of W. K 11 ub 5eir, m Caldwell, and will move his ftimily to that city. Boat Btock of gonts furnishing good ever opened- in- the Territory at Connell's. Col.. A. B. Mcacham, editor of the Council Fire, published at Wash ington, died on the 16th. Cowboys in need ofTeggins should waU aud see L. Candue'fl- stock and print. A' now cemetery will be laid out hy the hill north of the Agency....

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 February 1882

- i . 3Jf J as Itennlc, WhitoBead Hill, Ind. Ty. Stock cuttle, triiuiglo 1 o ft Jaw and right aide. Stock cuttl o h a v (3 silt In each car. t . . . MMMflHtMBlBitta ff InMBflEl MMMMrV -k j9" Xfy """KV -cssaHi --sdSSsuiis Oburn & Montgomery. A. M. Walker, manager, Dar lington, Ind. T. Horao brand o right hip M H. A. TODD. On either side. Hor s e b r a n d am e on left houlder. P. 0., Caldwell, Kan. w rm vnty 2 . yC Cromwell and Van Eaton, Fort Reno, Ind. Tor. Horse, same left shoulder PROPBTETORS FORT RENO DAIRY. Milk delivered regularly every morning at Fort.Kono and Darlington. . Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary lino it will be Promptly Furnished You At Lowest Possible Rates. (ieorgc Kent,- Partington, '$ Also ADA,. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. R. King, Santa Gertrudes, Texas. K on left jaw. Immm) l. JQi Gregory, Eldred & Co., David Stlth. manager, Medici no Lodge, Kan. lioad brands:, LEV, LM cannected, and s, S on l...

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 February 1882

9 TSUfT' rm&mnmwfNkklBL - THE CHEV EHNETRAHS PORTER. PUBLISHED SKMI MONTHLY, ii tie Iitnest of Indian Civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ITEMS OF INDUSTRY. A recent letter from a Florida orange-grower speaks of thousands of orango3 lying under the trees useless, from a new freak of nature which splits the fruit on the trees, thus spoil ing them. This now difficulty is gen erally attributed to the summer drought The Dominion Temperanco Coloniza tion society has applied to the govern ment for a tract of two million acres of land in the northwest, which is to be sold cheaply to actual settlers, with a pioviso that all intoxicating liquors shall be excluded from the .settlement. A gentleman who recently rode through ox-Senator Dorsey's cattle ranch in Now Mexico, says of it., "It is 40 by 60 miles in size, and has on it 28,000 head of cattle and 1,300 head of of horses. The income from this place can not be less than $76,000 for the present season." A roan J...

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 February 1882

33 WHY BLAINE TOLD THE TRUTH, A New Version of the Cabinet Dis pute Around Garfield's Sick Bed, Wnshingt n Correspondence N;w York Bun. Ono of. your correspondents here fell into 51 very serious error tbe other day when he said that "Blaine was for the Inability theory and so was Muc Veagh. The statement is true as to Blaine, but the reverse is true as to MacVeagh. This, if not' the real, was the ostensible ground of battle between MacVeagh and Blaine all through the weary weeks of Garfield's suffering. Blaine told the square truth from dav to day about the president's condition, because ho wanted the country and the world to understand it exactly. That knowledge would bo the only justifica tion of the important step which he supposed the cabinet would be forced to take, and which ho himself was prepared to take at once. Blaine proceeded on the obvious fact that the president's disability was, at least for the time, total ; that there was no president ; that the government was, in 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. — 25 February 1882

wV -...1 !' 3 3 tmjut L.'iMMinwm i'ii wr najauw All Sorts. Wo notice that tilic cowboys who eonui to our city of lute carry no re volvers, and when they leave carry o smell af bad whiskey with them. A. 0. Democrat. Monday niglit the citizens of the Cherokee nation organized at Yinita flic Cherokee National Stockmans Protective nd detective association,, and elected officers as follows : J. 0. Hull, president; W. N. Conch, vice president j'A'V. 0. Patton, treasurer,, and Henrv Eiflort. secretary.- Inr dian Journal. An Eastern lady, who didn't iinow much about the West, got hold ofi one of the Barbour county papers, and after perusing it remark ad to. her husband : "How aesthetic those people are out trhcrc. This pa per speaks of Cowboys' being plen tiful. I". suppose that is a. delicate way they have of speaking of thadit ble nralc calves, isn't it Hubby deflr?" Cresset. ' Ifylin (iyurober, the man of the Kctiigh, Pa., almshouse, who was in utrance so long, and was Known as "the slee...

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 March 1882

Jj "K-J CHEYENNE VOL. 3. DAKLINGTON, I. T., MARCH 10, 1882. NO. 14. wiwqyKwBjwm. uc:.a HUlJJMWWmjUWIIIWMliiJB mi nMMBI TRANSPORTER i ) v t r m vvW rtre; rp THE STOCKMAN, There Is nothing so guy, whon during May The stockmen arc having their round-up, Xo longer In entnp, And in mud houses clomp, The Jolly cowboys ure bound up. Tho Mexican pony Ho loolca proud and tony, And seems to feel winter is o'er; Cares ad., for his master, And runs nil tho faster, Bo is 8mlling the grans and tho clover. And many a beast ! later shipped East While westward goeB many a dollar; fto stockmen uomo all Ad dress up in tho fall, teal nobby from the feet to the collar. A3 theclothingmen's "Ross" I well known Kahn & Sehloss. Where the stocrcmon all meet and are trading to you'll purchase 1 guess, At the firm "K. AS." Whose goods wear forever without fading. Kahn & Sehloss, . STOCKMEN'S HEADQUARTERS Cor. Ho. Ave. & Main Streot. KANSAS CITY, MO. 9mmamKnrr-,wr?nsK7Wfrrmza!acsi COSAND & MOSSE...

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 March 1882

$h KATIE'S REPLY. Och, Katie's a rogue, it Is thruc, liufc her eyes, like the sky, arc so blue, An' her dimples so s write, An' iior figure so natc, Sho dazed, an sho botliered me, too Till ono mornin' wo wlnt for a rido. "Yfhin, demure as a bride, by my side, The darlint. sho sat, . With tho wickedest hat, 'North putty girl's chin ivcr tied. An' 1 said, "If I dared to do so, I'd lot go uv the baste, an' I'd throw Uoth arms around your waist, An' bo stalin' a tasto Uy them lips that are coaxin' so." Tlion she blushed a more illigant n d As she said, without raisin' her head, An her oyes Icokin' down, 'Neath her lashes so brown, "Would ye like mo to drive, Misther Ted V" HOW I SAVED TWO LIVES. It was only n few days after my mother died that old Kate, Mie blind woman who lived in the room next to ours, lost her little dog, and offered to share with me her small moans of liv ing if I would till to her his place. I was glad enough to accept her offer, and so day after day, I led her th...

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 March 1882

335 T Arthur's Church. Wftbhlagton Letter. It has been a matter of some surprise that, out of the multitude of episcopal churches with which Washington abounds, the president should have chosen the very oldest and shabbiest of them all as Ins regular place for wor ship. Every Sunday morning he may be seen walking, unattended, like the humblest citizen, across the evergreen Lafayette Square with its brown gener al in the middle, which lies between the "White House and the mossgrown sanctuary, wherein he quietly takes his place in the old pew that Madison occupied nearly seventy years ago. Several of the early presidents attended this church, but for more than a quar ter of a century it has been entirely out of date, and quite neglected by modern greatness. For President Arthur this ancient sanctuary has more sacred as sociations than those merely historic, and, like Longfellow's "Village Black smith," in the music of tho choir, he hears a dream voice "singing in Para dise." Many year...

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 March 1882

tth jL 3 yW WfWM . i iwwfwww I JTWMMfcirWB fcMllW r .V The Transporter I'UnUSIIKI) SKMI-MoNTIILY. DAKIilNaTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. per yoar in advance Y. A. EATON, Editor publisher Fill DAY, MAKCII 10, J 835!. gHaHiMBMHHMMIMMRWB!MIMm'nanMa .1 i Capt. Leggett and family returned last week from a visit to friends in the East. Rev. Wicks is now at Fort Sill, looking after the Mission which he is establishing there. Anybody in need of bedroom fur niture should call on L. Candeeand look over his stock and prices. J. S. Evans, of Ft. Reno, is in the East making a visit and looking -after business mailers. lie thinks of bringing his wife with him. Large and choice assortment of fancy candies, nuts, figs, dates, etc., fcc, at Connell's. The professional card of Dr. W. ., A. Noble, of Caldwell, appears in $ this issue. He is a good physician ' and has the confidence of the people among whom he lives. t A storm of sleet and snow accom- panied by a fierce north wind, set in earl...

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 March 1882

33 7 jm ,,,.. - , r j fejaaawttiaaiiaaMKi--r-airi,ii rrijirii, -'i MaaBttJfcMHaaattMMaiiiiiMfiiiHiiiiii)iiiiiiMiitiiri r m 1W II - - - -- - -'- , , J . TW.l-1 l III! -l I -l I. JU I I . . Jl M I T- T M TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., MARCH 10, 1882. NO, 14. i I 33- CALDWELL and WELLINGTON, . 353 HOLMES & CO., WholMl!A4Rtii Dlera in i All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions, Finn Doo Nobth or tim Poitoitice,. CALDWELL. - - - KANSAS -- WELLIiraTOHV KANSAS. -333- T. H. McLaughlin, WholoiaU and Retail Dealers in STONEWARE, AND COAL OIL. alnut (Mills, SEARING & MEAI, Prop's. Patent New Process AND Family Flours. A A Wiley, Winlleld, Kan. Also SUN lolt side: X right Jaw; double bar V, reversed L & bar on loll side- and hip. RJ connected on left hip. Horse brand S on cither shoulder. Range on Rod Rock, Inci. Tor. DIl'KKY BROS. Cantonment Intl. Ty. Ranch North and South Canadian riv ers. Cattle branded with same brand on either wide or hip & some on both sid...

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 March 1882

3 wwwwMwwwiiiiwmwii mjmwin na .fc - - ii i i i ii i r t i I'mr ft" L r , I r; ft 'I ; i 5 ; . j 3. lSntorod nttht, PoBtoflloant Darlington, us teoouil class matter. 4.la MAIL TIME TABLE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Line. AltMVB. AKItlVK. Tron North 11 n. nj. From South 10 . m. Monday Excepted. Sundays Excepted. Stago, Mtimu time, going S. Tuesday s, VhiiriduysASntnrdnyA; going N Mondays, Wednosdnyw & Fridays. A. T. A 9. F. R. R, TIME TADLE. CAMOTKfX UTATIOH. Acooinmoilutlon, AKKIVK. U:B0 A. M. 8:10 P. M. DKPAItr. :i : 00 V. M. ft: 20 A.M. Jonathan Richards, formerly Agent of the Wichita Indians at Anadarko, died on the 6th. insL at 'Philadelphia. Fresh butter and eggs at Council's. On the 2nd infit. the fifth attempt So assassinate Queen Victoria was made by a half crazy crank. L. Candee 1ms just received a fine atock of Thurber's canned goods try them. Thursday morning the ground was covered by a three inch: snow, which quickly melted away leaving very muddy roads. "Burt's" celebra...

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 March 1882

33? V U.IIMH1IWIUMIWI winiuwiiii uiii UWJl IMWM i JWIIIIMBILWU H illt'il UWMW WW UMt Jus Rennle, Whit olio ad 11111, hid. Ty. Stock cattle, triaugla lelt Jaw and right aide. Stock cattl o huv o slit in ouch oar. George Boat, Darlington, I f Also ADA. s5G5-0 TOi ,UAg AVsfefeji5- mfflTI rf X Oburn & j.7J?1 . mmSM c e n y !W w --t4iiajsyrssww.jHJ "ltxl - UiWt'f "'.7'l . ww - i.. r...-.uji.'vr-tji4Ij,-Aij "" .i v r jtfm K I $J ,s - --- "". tiujV' H ffilP A. iM. Walker, ifi&MWl inn nncrpr. D n r- ,....,,., ., - $$&sai limrlon, Tnd. T. Horse brand o right hip M H. A. TODD. -4jjg$p 0" eithcr.siclo MM& Hor so brand KSSScrM-0 same on left lM J'OPL f iay ahoulder. P. 0., W W Caldwell, Kan. dteX.. CrjiicrSiySilK" iifif' Cromwell ami Van Eaton, Fort Reno, Ind. Tcr. Dorse, same left shoulder PROPRIETORS F011T IlKNO DAIRY. Milk delivered regularly every morning at JTortReno and Darlington. Anything you may need, and if it is in ths ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Furnished You A...

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 March 1882

r :.. . -. t 0 ,TrVr.I rt"Vrw- M. fHP mMmm?&fi- W-..-- THE CHEYENNEJTRANSPORTER. PUBLI8nKD SEMI MONTHLY, It tie Htcrtst or miai civilization am Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. OSTRICH FARMING. What an Importer of Animals 8ays About tho Great Birds. .New York Evening Tot. Mr. Charlen Reiche, the well-known importer of animals, referring to the article on ostrich farming which ap peared a few evenings ago in The Evening Post, said this morning that while he had no doubt there was a good field for the business in this coun try, a first experiment in breeding os triches which he had made sonaetyyears ago had been disappointing. lie im ported six chicks in 1875 from Nubia, Africa, expecting to keep them until f ull-grwn, when they would be valu able for show purposes. As they are birds which require a good deal of room, it was easier to transport them when young than when they attain full size. The six were taken to Hoboken when about four months old, and seemed to thrivo ...

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