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

3 HIGH LIVERS, Lavish Expenditures of the New Yo. k Rich.--A Lively Competition in Ex. travagance. Says a New York dispatch : A great er profusion of wealth and a large ad vance in the cost and luxuriousneas of living are among the most noteworthy signs of the times in this city. New York has never before witnessed such lavish expenditures by the rich as dur ing this winter's holiday and fashion able season. The greater economy in living expenaeo necessitated by the years of financial depression after 1873 ntirely disappeared a year ago, and has been succeeded by a luxurious and costly style of living which throws the Hush times after the war into the shade. The rich are vieing with each other to see who can spend the most money, give the costliest entertain ments, live in the finest houses and sport the most style. New Yorkers are introducing on a largo scale some of the social peculiarities of London and Paris, and are evidently determin ed to disarm Europeans of that favor ite cr...

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 March 1882

31 iMJMiiMiiHjjiwuiiiuL iinMnomm wiiiiwJi.wfBaiwBjjiiJBiimujminujn THlC INDIAN'S FEARS. ' A oorreHponrlcnt of the Philadel phia Times relates that lately a ru mor spread among ftrfiun Mexican Indians to the effect that the loco motive is a sanguinary pod ; that its mighty voice, as it reverberates among the mountains is a scream for blood ; and that Indians are sac rificed to appease its wrath. So strong a hold has this terrible idea taken upon the poor people that they have fled to the mountains in such numbers that many towns and villages are entirely depopulated ; while the trembling fugitives hide themselves in remote caves and in accessible mountain recesses where the terrible shriek of the engine may not be heard. How the idea originated is still a mystery, and the involuntary smile at the absurdity of the superstition is checked, if one reflects for a mo ment on the pitiful state of abject ignorance to which a people must be reduced in order to be able to be lieve such a thin...

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 March 1882

35 CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. VOL. 3. DAKLINGTON, I. T., MABCI-I 25, 1882.. NO. 15. 0TKtfcrarKX33zrrac3Tx;xacrmRaiflnccairct: I IK. 1MLI -UB-'iUBLMn saw xii'wiuu-imuLH.)i.iiiJij-jii' V COSAND & MOSSEK, Photographers, CALDWtfLX, KAN. J. W. B01SS0N, Contractor & Builder, CALDWBLL KAN. limo, hair, cement A plaster ahvnyH lor calo. m. k. tlatt. JKSSB EVANS. PLATT & EVANS, Live 'Stock Commission Merch'nts KANSAS CITY STOCK YAltDS, Nos. 18 & 10 Exchange Btiildinfr, Kansas City Mo, IJefcrciu'OB Kansas City Uunltn. J. D. 0. 0' Grady, Civil Engineer, Survey. A Architect ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. Plans. Specifications and estimates fur Aishod nt reuuoimblc rales. tnr. filling. tjsji-nizrxtrfmrr?j' aiAnrx&wxm xirrxirntf'rnmnaa Dr. W. A. NOBLE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, CALDWELL, KANSAS. Olllce at Jlorncr's Drug1 Store. Oonanltation calls promptly answered in any part of the county. Ofllec hours from i0 a. m, to 1 p. m. & from 2. to 5) p. m. DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering 250 head) M. II...

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 March 1882

r.jltt J 4 THE WORKING-MAM, Tho noblest men I know on earth, Are mon whoso hands are brown with toll, Who, backed by no ancestral groves, How down the wood and till tho soil, And win thereby a prouder naino Than follows kingly warrior's fame. Tho working mon, whato'or tho task Vf ho carve tho stono or boar the hod, Thoy bear upon their honest brows The royal stamp and seal of God ; And worthier are their drops of sweat Than diamonds In a coronet. God bless tho noble working mon, Who rear tho cities of tho plain, Who dig tho mines, who build tho ships, And drive the commerce of tho main God bless them, for their tolling hands Have wrought thu ft lory of all lands. "ADOPTED." "It is vory strange," muttered Blan che Penroy, slowly weaving together the wreath of scarlet autumn leaves with which she was decorating her broad-brimmed hat. She made a beautiful picture, sitting there all alone in the mellow glow and 'Color of the Octobei woods, a erimson shawl drooping from her shoulders, an...

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 March 1882

3f T 1 INDIAN CORN CULTURE, How to Raise !00 Bushels Shelled Corn to the Acre. Nathan G. Pierce, In American CulUvntor. Notwithstanding the opinions of doubting minds I have frequently raised one hundred bushels of shelled corn to the acre, feel certain I can do it again, and believe others may do the same under proper conditions. There is hard work connected with it, and none should undertake its accomplish ment except with a will and a determi- nation to succeed if possible. First, select a good piece of turf land -a pasture would be preferred, not one worn out by continuous crop ping. Next, with a chain, a pole, or some reliable measure, make sure that your area measures an exact acre. Pacing the distances guessing at the area should not be allowed. After settling the measurement of the field, commence in the spring as early as convenient, hauling upon the acre of ground ten rords of good barn-yard manure. About the 8th of May spread the manure as even as possible, and plow the f...

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 March 1882

th- 3 4kt&!ZHl m!rcaM&mtaMiMXAHit&MrimlMtnArAMMitiw w'ixn&xmivmmwmmmHfiam ' " - -ln- II 4MV4 rt 1 ,1 i ft N The Transporter DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subscription, $1. per year in ndvunco Iff. A. EATON, Editor & Piiljiishci- SATURDAY,.; MARCH 2.1, 1882.. U. S. COURT AT WICHITA. The bill for establishing it- United "Kates Court at Wichita has passed the House and will probably pas the senate. This part of the Terri tory would, be attached, thus ren dering the prosecution of criminals 'joBsible. Under the present arrange ment one has to travel all over iho West to reach Fort Smith, and many criminals escape because law abiding men -cannot ailbrd to squan der time and money in going there. Give us a court at Wichita and let its have it soon. CATTLE AT WHOLESALE. The miuh. talked of sale ofCapt. Mifflin Kennedy's ranch, the Las JUaurclcs, situated near Corpus Ohrisli, was consummated' a few days ago. Negotiations were com menced. September 7th, 1S81, by Messrs Und...

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 March 1882

Ml ytrtawwtBawgMiaaHwtwaaaraJVrfvfcw Ukhu rrmximvni&iV&itf&ifrxxniirAHH wkm mumiKmMMmnMni waum mini ruTi ER sr j VOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., MARCH 25, 1882. il II j In riTill TlflTWiTTTitfMLWMITrWIHniflllX'THaM JimmwumiiunmiiiLWi MMM NO.. 15.. i '. '"'"rc. wraseaaowarte'sxwrwiwjGWKM nP13 A TCiriAn SUPPLEMENT 9 wt '--. K2- w a h- i - - a J8L. L. r .J5L. Jp JL. U ,T33 CALDWELL and WELLINGTON, HOLMES & CO, i i WholeonlrtVia dRetail Dsalorc io All Kinds of Groceries and 'Provisions. Fmst Dook iSToiWEi ov the PocromcK, CALDWELL. 'WELLINGITOJy, KANSAS. KANSAS 383 -333 T. H. McLauphlin Vfholotialo and Rotnil Dealers in GSOGERIES, BTOKEWAJKE, AHD COAL OIL. nMHurrrrotirwM We have the largest stock of goods in our line in the city. Stock mcnr dealers and others given special attention. ARKANSAS CITY KAN. fBKSgiaeaCTMPmi miiiJMmauMmp maraaravvwrrMercar rrcstmrecntac ??t.n C.F.EEULBERT, DUALEIt IK Hardware, Stoves, Tinware, Wood and Iron Wagon Stock, Saddlery Hardware, Pumps, etc...

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 March 1882

3f Tivmt&yuLAntAi&imanin'iiBniMin.ttt.wwiwiMii Mwimnwmmtmmjmm.vimB'tssBaiBcmi:uJiWM.rH.i mtmsm'M-uikrMJXi'rttz&X'Gi&Mmiu'.'&etn I i?- kl "Irv: jjf- !." .SO mi fcatorod at the FoBtoOioe at Darlington, aa second el&ss matter. ! I . -Wt . WAIL TIME TAW JJ. AJtlUTK. From North 11 n. m. Monday Kxcoptod. CtddHolt A Ft. Silt Line. AUUIVE. From South 10 a. in. Sunuuys I-xcMptotl. Starts, samo time, going S. l'liuBtluyB, Thursdays ASalunlayBJlxolnj; N. Mondays, WodnoscUya & tfrldayw. A. T. & 9. F. it. U, TIME TAB LB. OALDWXLI STATION. l"ttsnjjer. accommodation, amuve. 11 60 A. M. S MO P.M. DKI'Artl'. 3:00 P. 31. ft: 20 A.M. V The Moldiors at Fori. Reno wore paid oil' la?t week. L. Oandee has just received a fine stock of Thurbora canned goods trv them. Jacob Carter, of ICmporia, is the new agent of the Sac & Fox Indians of tin Territory. The president litis decided to nom inate Senator Teller, of Colorado, for secretary of the interior. Dr. Little Chief go...

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 March 1882

M-9 J TV . I. STEWART, Wang o on Rod RockJ.T. On both sides. Some only on left side or hip. Some with bur on left hip, nml u hulf circle J on bot h sides. Some with III (threw burs) on. ly on left hip. ;go to TT A T 1 O, Address, Wellington, Kun, 'MKHj K? SM F.JffH.,!ri .-rrr- 9THMHr Morrison rCs R muVLr ln wrrtrn iv j-u - - S5S - fwv- - & G W Miller, Hnnne well, Kun. NO on leftside and 101 unci brn&s knob on ei tliev horn. AIbo i)Y on luft side; T cross T lea aide; IC left loin; c.'no't'd LK Ivintr down on loft loin; circle bur on both jaws; X on left side; LE on right side. Horse brund , conneeted LK on left shoulder. 11 on lelt Hide X left hip nn-i dcwlupped. Sylvester Flitchr Manager. Suit Fork Hunch. Richards & Sueru, Skeleton Ind.Tey. Raiicli on Turkey Cr'k Also light ning rod on lo.ft hip. Uorsu bra'd -lo n e 0 on left hip 9mmm "fIF - fii- POE rvv z " Xv lRB9R'ftv n !-adSJw Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordiuary lino it will bo Promptly Furnished You ...

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 March 1882

f- r t m V, n k I THE CMM TMSPORTEII. PUDLISniiD SEMI MONTHLY, In tto Merest of Indian civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ECCENTRICITIES OF BULLETS. Stories Regarding the Curious Courses Taken by Bullets. J'hrcnolonicftl Journal. At the battle of Peach Orchard, when McClellan wa3 making his change of base, a Michigan infantry man fell on the ground as if shot dead, and was left lying in a heap as the regiment changed position. The ball which hit him first struck the bar rel of his gun, glanced and struck a button ofC his coat, tore the watch out of his vest pocket and then struck the man over the heart, and was stopped there by a song-book in his shirt-pocket lie was unconscious for three quarters of an hour, and it was a full month before the black and blue spot disappeared. At Pittsburgh landing a member of the Twelfth Michigan regi ment of infantry stooped to give a wounded man a drink from his can teen. While in the act, a bullet, aimed .it his breast, s...

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 March 1882

SI 1 ITEHS OF IHTEREST. The faculty at Oberlin will not allow the boys to have a chess club. Boston has 12,896 gas-lamps, and 7,587 of them were bioken last year. The cabbage crop of Mobilo county, Alabama, sold for $200,000 this year. About $60,000 ha3 already been sub scribed in aid of the Denver exposition scheme. Mining on the Comstock lode has not been so discouraging in the past decade as now. There was three feet of snow at Sitka on the 10th, and business was very dull. Tho first herrings of the season sold at the rate of $80 per thousand at Al exandria, Va. "Wheat-fields in the entire belt of counties of northern Pennsylvania are reported to bo promising. Another extensive blast furnace will be put in operation the coming at sum mer at Birmingham, Ala. A south Florida lake is said to con tain enough alligators to build a fence around it four feet high. A Fall river turkey in being pre pared for the spit was found to have a handsomo gold thimble in its gizzard. A fish caught ...

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 March 1882

I IBJU U 11 Ml BWHWWWT 1 t .1 L. Candeo is in the East laying in a large stock of goods. A. C. Williams, of Red Fovk, was down last week attending the round up on Frass' range. Mr. Crews, inspector for the Cher okee Strip rattle men, is among us again, looking for strays. York-Parker-Draper, Mercantile Co., Caldwell, Kan., Headquarters for Cattlemen and Drovers. Dan ford, the great busted, has made a formal demand on the trus tee of the Merchants & Drovers bank, for the property ef the bank. Mr. Soger has thrown up his job with Uncle Sam, and has gone to farming, lie intends to cultivate all the land in the neighborhood. Anybody in need of bedroom fur niture should call on L. Candee and look over his stock and prices. James Morrison returned the lat ter part of last week from Erin Springs, where he had been attend ing the stock convention. A herd of 11,000 sheep recently arrived at Lincoln, Nebraska, from Washington Territory, having been on the road over two' years. W. II. Doty...

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 April 1882

fc II GHETEME TRANSPORTER, YOL. 3. DAELINGTON, I. T., APRIL 10, 1882. NO. 16. THE STOCKMAN. Theroifl nothing ao gay, Aa whcn:clnring May The stockmen aro lmvi;i tholr rouud.ujji. So longor in camp, And in mud houses damp,. The jolly cow boys aro bouutliup. Tho Mexican pony He looks proud and tony, And seems to feel wintor is orur j: Caros ad., for his master, And runs all tllo'Aiator, ITe is smelling tlio grass and th clorar. And many a beast Sh laUir shipped East Whilo westward goca many n dollar.; So'stocknicn como all And dress up in the fall, Heal nobby from tho feet to th collar.. As tho clothingmen's 'Uoas" lb well' known Kalln & Sehloas. Where the stocrcmon all meet and aro trad in cv 3o you?Il purchoBO'Lguesrj, At the firm "K. &S." Wliooo goods wear forever without fading. Kahn & Schloss:, STOCKMEN'S HEADQUARTERS Cor. 3oj Ave. Si lCiii Stroet. KANSAS CITY, MO. inilinni'iii'un hwjii mnwscri-wnrjmeimmiwrmimnr COSAND & MOSSER, Ph OTOGRAPHERS. GALDWEKL, KAN. J. W...

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 April 1882

Sn 1 1 n '! EASTERN APPLES. Why They Do Not Succeed In Kan sas. Where and How to Look for New Varieties. - The Western llomoflteftd for March. In our last wo gave the varieties of winter apples that had succeeded ip Kansas. It will bo seen by a eomparf. . son of the mean temperatures of the places of their origin, that nono of them vary one degree from the moan temperature of Kansas, except, per hapstho Winesap, which may. as some -.suppose, havo originated in Now Jer sey, but of that there is much doubt. What we havo said of winter apples is just as turo of fall varieties. In fact, we do not know of a single one which has originated north or north east of us, but what becomes a sum mer apple when grown here. The Cooper's Early White, that originated north of us was a fall apple there, but hero it is the best and most valuable . summer apple we have. In fact, it is . about the only summer apple that can be grown extensively with profit, ex- cept, perhaps, the Benoni and Maiden's Blu...

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 April 1882

: D r r HOUSEHOLD NOTES, Masiied Turnip. Paro ,se vvith Jlllri lim'1 adding a few potatoes in time to hnii tender with the turnips. Drain, mash and, if not entirely free from lumps' pass through a colander. Season with pepper and unit and a generous lump of butter. ArPLE Pudding. Pare and core good eating apples, cut them in halves or quarters, and lay them in the bot tom of a pudding dish; make a batcer of six eggs, six tablespoonf uls of Hour, one cup of milk; bake until it is brown; eat with sweetened cream or sauce. Excellent Coffee Cake. This is one of the best of plain cakes, and is very easily made. Take one cup of molasses, one cup sugar, one-half cup butter, one egg and one teaspoonful saloratU3. Add spice and raisins to suit tho tu&te, and enough flour to make a reasonably thick batter. Bp' rather slowly in tin pans lined buttered paper. Pan Doddlings. This : d a yr England dish, and is nice ?. ,e w where appetites are e- '?APac,es three cups of One r- IV' Take Indian ...

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 April 1882

fc Jim ami' L'jiJwnwjummwjw.uwjiMiwiuiiww'1 iwumimiinimmwi 4 The Transproter DJUUilNQTON, INDIAN TEBItlTORTT Subscription, $1. por yoar in advano. W. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher MONDAY, APRIL 10,1881. Col. J. W. Judy, of Tallula, III, recently sold oft bis thoroughbred Short-horn cuttle, the average price received being $11G.72 per head. Reports from the cattle ranges in Nebraska are quite satisfactory. A prominent stock man says the loss will Tiot be greater than is usually sustained during the summer. A special to the Kansas City Journal says the House committee on Indian affairs will report favor ably on the bill authorizing the St. Louis and San Francisco railroad to run a branch line through the Indian Territory. M. It. Piatt's sale of Hereford, Short-Horn and Polled cattle will take place at the Kansas City stock yords, on the 18th & 39th of this month. Breeders will have an op portunity to study the points of the three breeds. The grass is up nicely all over the coun...

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 April 1882

HU.. jiUuMWMIMMjUmilNIWgWH TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. VOL. 3. DAEIINGTON,LT., APRIL 10, 1882. NO. 16. 9imjjdnesctm?t jmmnwa wawwwi wwwimwwwww wwmiw mimiiui vjj .MuwNMJWtriuuMPwm ye Walnut (Mills,, SEARING &1MEAB, Prop's. Patent New Process AND Darlington House EX.K GTJERRIER, Proprietor. Spociul attention given to tho wants of transients nnd stock men. (Jootl stnbio and corral uttucliod. Charges Moderate Family Flours. Corn-meal, bran and' feed always on band at lowest rates. Especial attention given to orders from the Territory. ARKANSAS CITY,. KAN. " " t - II -! Il.l. II II. . .. Dreswell Bank, AEKAWSAS CITY, KAN. J. L. KUEY, - - Cashier. JESSE'S DEPARTURE. Jntkrkst Paid On Time Deposits. Money Loaned at Lowest Rales. Funds Guarded by Sargent & Gieenlcaf's Time Lock. 4GTTOUK, PATnOlTAGE S05.ICITSD. C.HHULBEKT, liBAUEK IK Hajidwabe, Stoves, Tutwabe, Wood and Iron Wagon Stock, 8addlery Hardware, Pumps, etc., etc. Fine cutlery a specialty, Stoves f every variety and price. Goods...

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 April 1882

WWV ' T"W iftMfr wPJH'WB'WPpW Pb",bpw' W1 I ,Jk. . Q ! ' iMnMtinmssrMsi9t . . . . . . - imi i a i m in . n .i im ! i M - ----- JJ-. -. - . .mi nun ! -" t, Entered nttho PoBtoffloo.Ht Darlington, as Mtooad ola.ifi matter. MllLTrME 't1v"bLIC." CaldTvoll & Ft. 8111 i.lue. AUUTVK. From South 10 a. tn. Sundays Excepted. Aiuum. From North 11 n. m. Mondays Excepted 8Ug03, BMJIO tllllO, going 8. Tuesdays. 'X,ljurdHyB& Saturdays; going N. Mondays, Wodnofldayfl A Fridays. A. T. & 8. F. R. It, TIME TABLE. OALJ.WKLT, 8TATIOH. ifrLMm?cr. AtcoraiuodAtlon, ARIUVR. 11 :J0 A. M. 8:40 P.M. DRfART. .'5:00 P. M. ft: 20 A. M. Frosh butter and eggs at Council's. Eel. fluorrier left Salurdav for Las Vegas, N. M., where he intends to purchadc a herd of slice). A nobby line of boots and shoes, the best makcH going at Council's. Charles JE. Campbell and family went down to Anadarko Salurdav, on a visit. J. IT. Seger, accompanied by Mr. Clarke of Anadarko, started last Friday for the Panhandle to ...

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 April 1882

2 Cc) Ml MMMMMMUM P. BTEWA11T, Kantjp on Red Uock, 1. T. On both sides. Homo only on loft side or hip. Some with bar on loft hip, and a half circle 1 on both aides-. Some with III (three bars) on. ly on left hip. ;GO TO: Morrli DnrlinfV?f Ind. Tr. .-aJSS, P. O, Addrcav, "Well ing ton, Ean, MMMMaanmni Tarri ''W 'A'tf'Pia i ' jfJ-- ". i KAittjis3tS" ' (i W Miller, Hunncwcll, Kun. NO on leftside und 101 nnd biQ$s knob on ji Uicr horn. Also JV on left side; T cross T left flide; JO loll loin; o'no't'd JA lvinir down on loft loin; circle Jjrivoii -both Jaws; X on left aide; LE on right side. Horse brand , connected LK on left shoulder. 11 on lelt Bide X left hip and dcwlappod. Sylvester Flitch, Manager. .Salt Fork iianch. 'lTZfVliKI'iV . m w 1 1 Mini i i i -- i wi Try twn "WLf'Tii ..n.w- . Richards & Sacra, S k e 1 o t o n Ind. Tor. Ranch o n Turkey Cr'k Also light, nhig rod on loft hip. Horse bru'd lone O on loft hip, T S Hutton, BfccletonlT Also circle; oirclo bar ; bar circle ; bn...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 April 1882

n Af- THE CHEYENNEJRANSPORTER. TUBLISnKD SEMI MONTHLY, Ii tut Interest of Indian Clvillzatlop and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Farmers and Appropriations. Kami City Journal. m In the discussion. 0f lTa agricultural appropriation 'o1h S0Veral interesting fact were brought out. It appears that congress has been more liberal with the agricultural department than usual. But the sum appropriated is not so largo as to indicate any great extravagance in favor of the farmers. The estimates of all the departments for the next fiscal year amount to $340, 462,507.65. Out of this sum, the esti mate for the department of agriculture was 1502,980, but this sum was cut down by. the agricultural committee to $396,880. In view of the small appro priation in aid of agricultural affairs it is well to look at the part the farmers take in building up the resources of this country. The census has not been perfected, but suflicient information has been furnished to indicate the rap id advanc...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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