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

zL The Benton Centennial. Kansas City Journal, March 14. One hundred years ago today Thom as Hart !Benton, who served Missouri for the long period of thirty years in the senate of the United States, was born near Hillsborough, N. G. His father died when he was but eight years of age, and his mother removed to Tennessee. There young Benton grew to manhfcod. In the war ot 1812 he was aid-de-camp to Gen. Jackson. His friendly relations with his old commander were broken off, and they were enemies for some years. Col. Benton came to St. Louis in 1815, and at once became prominent in the then territory. When the state was admit ted to the union, now sixty-two years ago, he was chosen senator, and during all his long career wielded a power that no Missourian has ever since at tained. He was a broad-minded, liber al statesman, and about the only one of his time who f ullv realized what an empire lay west of the Mississippi. Proud and haughty he was to his peers, but he was ever a friend of...

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 April 1882

JJMgkM fUTUIMT W. G. Williams was up from the Canadian a fow dayn ago. lie says cattle in the Nation are doing well, imd will be ready to drive early. York-Parker-Draper, Mercantile Co., Caldwell, Kan., Headquarters for Cattlemen and Drovers. Charley Thornburg is soon to start to the Territory with his hogs te open a hog ranch. He thinks the joast will bo about sufficient to raise aand fattens Ikogs. Harper Times. The Agency bellr which had lain far qwzv a- year in the commissary, jq' again- on dutr. Ariiybody in need! f Bedroom fur niture should call on L. Candkc and fook over l'ifa stock and prices1. We arc informed, that Iiewfns & 'Situs, Himncwell, will ship 25, GOO'bceves this year,, 20,000 of these fteing already bougM. The Caldwell papers slander IT. it. Todd by saying that he prome nades like a blind horse, all because atfthe arrival of a twelve-pound girl ab lih home.. Earge- and' choice- asaortinent of i&ncy candies, nuts, figs, dates, &c, &;,. at Connell's...

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 April 1882

313 TRANSPORTER. VOL. 3. 1) ARLINGTON, J. T., APKIL 25, 1882. ,N0.17. tvPizaF&aYixwT&m&MrimrdiGrmjrM'is rv THE STOCKMAN. i.it. vi.xn. JE83K KVAXS. There la nothing so gu,yr As whonduulny May The stockmen are having their rouid.tip. No longer in onmp, , And in mud houses damp, , The jolly cow boys are bound up The Mexican pony ' , Ilo looks proud and tony, And seems to feel winter is ovof;. t, Cares ad., for hfa nms'e.r, : " ' And runs nil the faster, Ho is smelling thy giuss and t.lio olijveiv And manj' a beast Is Inter shipped ISnst While westward goes many a dollar; So stockmen come all And dress up in the fall, Roal nobby from the feet to the oolUt'r. A.? the eloihingmon's "Po" Is well known ICnhn & Sen loss. Where tl e stocKmcn all meet and are trailing So you'll purchase I giu'ss, At the lirm "K. &S.M Whose goods wear foreverwithout fading4. Kahn & Schloss, STOCKMEN'S HEADQUARTERS . Cor. Ko. Avo. fc M1ax- iteeet. KANSAS CITY, MO,. COSAND&MOSSER, PLAT...

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 April 1882

Kimm w SOUTH AMERICAN COMMERCE, How the English aro Benefited in Chilian Markets By Our Protective Tariffs. Valparaiso Cor. New York Tribune. Since the reception of Mr. Trescott by President Santa Maria, populur ex citement has abated considerably, and it is confidently expected that a satis factory understanding will be brought about through his efforts. Unfortu . nately, however, this supposed change in the policy of the United States gov ernment is attributed to wrong motives !by the Chilian populace, though the covering classes of the country are too well informed to be deceived as to the Teal strength of so prominent a country 4is the United States. It seems that .an article in an American newspaper relating to the naval advisory board produced a profound impression here, and was extensively copied in the pa pers of the country. That portion was particularly emphasized which con tained the remarks of Admiral Rodgers, wherein he said that Chili's fleet could easily destroy the U...

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 April 1882

OATHS OF ALL NATIONS. The Forms of Oaths in Foreign Leg islative Assemblies. The following summary of the forms of oath used in foreign legislative assemblies is extracted from the re ports received at the British foreign ofllce in New York. Bavaria I swear So help me God and his holy gospel. Denmark I promise and swear So help me God and his holy word. Greece I swear in the name of the holy and consubstantia' und indivisible trinity. Hesse-Darmstadt I swear So help mo God. Saxe-Coburg and Baden I swear So help me God. Holland I swear, so help me God. Portugal I swear on the holy gos pels. Prussia I swear by God, the al mighty and omniscient. So help me God. Saxony I swear by almighty God. Servia I swear by one God and with all that is according to law most sacred and in this world dearest. So help me God in this and that other world. Spain After swearing the deputy on the gospel, the president says: "Then may God --pay you; but if you fail may he claim it from you." Sweden and Norw...

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 April 1882

Iffb mu r aiiii-a vr r , ' - : . v i iiii hum ! iifiifrnnwinw tuttih wi iwiiiih i m i inm - - i i m i m m a i ii iiximmi " 1 1iMrtrtifcf i wma miMifc mi i ... - '---rfcTMl TifrTa ifcai ii Irnltilftim iVlfcitMwyWiWftilll-''f''FB i . 1 ... p 3 . PH n3 CL, g rV o go 3 -H CO H jaawj J"" X-4 Q , s i-r1 T5 r - N a -a tJ gmilll i BBMSW IWIIIIK The Transproter fcAULINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Subecriptiofi, $1. por ye-r advance Iff. A. BATON, Editor & Publisher 'JTEPDAT, APRIL 2.'), 1881. VALEDICTORY. , ' With thifl issue my connection wii.h the Tkaxsportru. as its editor a-rtd publisher tenni mites. I leave folic paper in flourishing condition, with a good circulation among the people of thp Territory and sur rounding country and an advertis ing patronage worthy of that cirou lktion. The Transporter has had no "boom" but has, since its en largement (August 2.")j 1880) con tinued to increase in- subscription and' advertising patronage. Its growth has been steady and per manent. In my effor...

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 April 1882

"5 7 ( I wgawJnOTtwa wwi9MKMmuttt ivv-gggg UI 1 JLJ-Lj VOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., APRIL 25, 1882. NO. 17 CTOTrwy.nsEr awOTirasKwiwujrrgianfcwjnTaaMvn5 vrTxrttrtmxHutn iKrrturaarejuufju'Kirvuuju hub TRANSPORTER 8 MENT Qgalmit (Mills, SEARINO & MEAD, Prop's. Patent New Process AND Family Flours. Corn meal, bran and feed always on hand at lowest rates. Especial attention given to orders from the Territory. ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. Darlinpton House ED.. GUERKIHR, Propriotor. Special attention given to tlio wnnts of transients and slock men, Good stnblo mid oovnil nllnchod. Charges &odrnic. OreswGlI Bank ARKANSAS CITY, KA'. L L. 3IUEY, - - Cashier. Interest Paid Ox Time" Deposits. Money Loaned' at Lowest RaaJes; Funds Guarded by Sargent & Green leaf's Time- Loci lv. TOUH PATKOITAGE SOLICITED. C.F.HULBEBT, 72AI.ES IK Haildware, Stoves, Tinware, Wood and Zsok Wagon Stock, Saddle r y IIa n n v a rb,. Pumps, etc., etc. Fine cutlery a specially, Stoves $f CYery 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. — 25 April 1882

fev MPfmr?ritrivueU'Mrr.jMw&?Wv'Mieica&a UMMMMIWMMM -,.... .J...i.v,njf.-fimi.'i.r,',-,-.r.-: rr-.-.;- r-vat 1 1 I. i lP ft. ' u ! i :i .1 Xntarod Mtl) Poatoffloe at Darlington, a hvooawi alius mattor. MAIL TIME TABLK. Caldwell & Ft. SJ11 Line. ARRIVU. Jroru North 11 a. m. Mondays Excepted. AHItlVR. From South 10 a. m, Sundays Excepted. Stager, same time, going S. Tuesdays, 3huriuy8iSf8atunhya; going fl. Mondays, fiadnosday .t Frldayu. A. T. A 8. r. li. R, TIME TA DLE. OLLDWKU. STATIOK. AtOuimodr.tlon, AKItlVK. 1I:A0 A. M. 8:10 1. M. DKI'ARr. ;J:(K) l. M. 5. 20 A. h. BVosbdnifctcr and eggs at Council's. J. II. Scgcr has finished' planting 7irai, oil the Gucrricr farm. The wheat in Kansaw is fully one month ahead of what it was at this aeason last year. The grass is growing finely. IPow ever, a good rain would freshen tilings up and stop the dust. A nobby line of boots and shoesy idle beat makes going at Conncll's. "Clio senate has passed the bill for tie removal of the S...

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 April 1882

3 bj J ggj?2?g" nmnn rmm iwiwt imaninvo imili.lWilMwi.iU,rwiiVjBfcMrtt'ti'iT -s b. DKAN. C'AL. T1EN. DEAN BKOS., Breodoro of Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Cattlo. ARKAHdAB CUT, tOWUU, f'orWTl KANSAS. nn kfy imoH. '( antonment Ind. Ty iUUU'11 JVU'l 111111(1 .south C lumtiirm riv :-rpt,p rpr-y xxmpmmm S.n'1 r - ..,..,, . , , ,, ,,,. , . mtmWMgm DHBT ers. Cattle branded with same brand on oltlici .ide or hl) & jinme 01. both sides. Horse brniid TL on left hip or shoulder, Carnegie & FralBor Range on Coldwa n - - uanM. "CT" . -r- w h miij tftfS JwiMtPL aXx. Ik I U W i K 1. ,r-.. E AM" Hi II n V " - 7 x. 7 tor, I, T. 1 O. Pond Additional brand (principally on left Hide or Id)): f5; Z; 7; II; Jll; and 11; S and JI; over cross; OK. Home same an on Ihout theT. flHHPnf kt x- ipore vv Wmffl mZM.k.9x M K'3?? r? m k A-r ..- -3 nN. t iW vKI LAll .UIik. I mot it ngi t, ruder lmlf ('rn th- left, or reverse. Ilorso brand I) on left shoulder- Ean'0, Otter Creek, Ind. Tor, V. STEWART, J...

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 April 1882

r . t-i; A 37i t THE QHEffiTMUMfflEII. PUBLISHED SKMI MONTHLY, la the Merest or Indian civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. IMPOVERISHED PLANTERS. Destitution of the People in the Over flowed Sections of the Mississippi Valley. ipt to Chicago Time. Helena, Awe, March 31. Letters are corning in from every direction to the commissioners, asking for rations and aid. The supplies left here by the steamer Gen. Barnard last night are being distributed to the needy and sent to points of local distribution. The following letter from the sunk lands was received to-day by Commis sioner Mangum, and is a fair sample of scores of appeals which every mail brings him : Makked Tree, March 21, 1882. The sunk lands of Arkansas are in a terrible condition. At this date the overflowed district passing through hero is iifty-seven miles wide, and there is not a vestige of land to be seen. Houses are washed away. Some peo ple have lost from chickens up, and now starvation stares the...

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 April 1882

37 TEXAS TOPICS, A Prominent Stock Man's Views as to the "Lone Star State" The Cattle Trade Assuming Gigantic Proportions. S4alla Dcmocint, Mnrcli 23. Mr. Geo. L. Yeater, the well-known stock-man, has just returned from a two months' visit to Texas. A report er of the Democrat had a brief con versation with him yesterday, in which some interesting information regard ing affairs in Texas wa3 imparted. "How are times in the Lone Star state at present, Mr. Yeater?" queried the scribe. "They have been very favorable all winter," he replied. "Money has been moderately plentiful, and 1 heard little complaint. Crops are looking very line. A big crop of cotton will be planted, and a prosperous year is ex pected in Texas." "How is the cattle trade?" This question struck Mr. Yeater right where he was at home. "It is booming," said he with enthusiasm. "Cattle are in a flue condition, and the prices are higher than have been known there for yeais. The journey north ward has begun already, thous...

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 April 1882

I J wwMMWiiwwiiiwwffrwnmw ititmmiimtrmtnrwawmtmm'tfi cuuuafdtfBM Local and General. John Murphy returnee on the 15th from his visit to Kansas. Mrs. M. and the hoy will slop for a time with relatives in Kansas. York-Parkcr-Draper, Mercantile Co., Caldwell, Kan., Headquarters for Cattlemen and Drovers. A prrat many shade trees have been planted about the Agency this spring, and if they do well will add greatly to the- beauty of the place. Large and choice assortment of fancy candies, nutsy iigsT dates, &c, dec, at Council's. Mr. Clarice has recovered from a long- spell of sickness, and is again at 'lis place selling dry goods in Council's store. From the number of carpenters who have lately been employed at Reno we conclude that Major Ran dall is going to- build houses all orer the hill. Mr. Garretson passed through here last week with a herd of thor oughbred short-horn cattle, which he will use wi improving his herds in Texas. Breed up, is the watchword f the successful stockman....

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 May 1882

n v -V CHEYEME TRANSPORTER, YOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., MAY 10, 1882. NO. 18. UltWJUWMWKMiJMJ,uillkUIUMWlLU'WU.MIlW'JMWftMU THE QTOCKMAN.. Tborc is nothing bo gay, iu when during May Tho Btockmon are having thair round-up-No longer in camp, And in mudhousoa dauip, Th jolly cow boys ira-bound up. The Moxican pony He looks proud and tony, And Booms to feel wintor Is ott; Oaros ad., for his master, Aad runs all tho faster, M is Bmclling tho grass and the elorar. And many & boast Jta later shlppod East Whilo westward goes many vdollar;: k. Btockmen oomo all Jtnd dross up in the fall, Meal nobby from tho foctsto the collar. As ttioclothingmon's "Boss" JUi well knowriKahn'A Schloss. Whcro tho toefcmen all meet and are trading So you'll purchaso I guess, At tho firm "K. fc S." Wuoae goods woar forever without fading. rlahn & Schloss, . STOCKMEN'S HKADQUA.U'DE R,S Oor. Mo. At. Gc Main Street.- KANSAS CITY, MO, COSAND&MOSSEK, Photographers, CAIiDWELL, KAN. J. W. D0BS0N, Contractor...

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 May 1882

V J 3 M 1 muUJ 8WW M IHE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. ruiiLisirED srcjir monthly, In the Merest of Indian ClYllizaliOH ui Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAJti" IN ADVANCE. ifUMM THE COMET. The Celestial Stranger Now Being Observed by Scientists. Washington fetur. A now comet has made its appear ance in tlio heavens. The astronomers liad no knowledge of its coming until it had arrived, and the entire proceed ing Is irregular in the extreme. But a comet is nothing if it is not irregular. It is the Byron of the heavens. It won't conform to tho established cus toms of socity. It departs as rapidly as it comes, and in consequence very little is known of tho graceless intei loper. The present comet, however, is being observed by the astronomers with the view of ascertaining its pro bable size and orbit. A Star reporter happening to meet Prof, ltock, of the Naval observatory, asked him what he It new about tho comet. 'Very little," responded the profes sor, "as yet. It is an unexpected comet and a new...

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 May 1882

75 LIFE'S ROSES. When the morning hrst uncloses, And before the mists re gouo. All the hills i seem bright with roses, Just, n little farther on ! Uoses rod as wings of starlings, And with diamond dew drops wet; "Wait," says ltiencV'wait, my darlings Wait a little longer yotl" So, with oauer, upturned faces, Wait the children for the hours That shall brin them t- the places Of the tantalizing dowel's. Wild with wonder, sweot with guesses, Vexed Willi only fleeting fears, So the broader day advances, And the twilight disappears, Hands boyiii lo Mutch at posies, Eyes to 11 ish with nuw delight, And the rose, oh ! the rose?, Burning, blushing, full in sight! Now, with bosoms Hoftly beating, Heart to heart, and hand in hand, Yout.:s and maids together meeting, Crown the flowery harvest land. Not a thought of rainy weather, Nor of thorns to sting ami giieve. Gather, gather, gather, gather, All the care ! wont to leave ! Noon to afternoon advances, itosy red grows russet brown ; Sad eyes ...

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 May 1882

imwMBwwww MBRmnmgBCGMiM M&VMWMM The Transporter "subscription, $1. per Your, In Advance. Grco. W. Maffkt, Editor & Propr. DAHLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY WED.XESDA Y, 31 AY 10, 1SS2. A Villi this number the Transport er comes out under its new" man agement. Our aim will bo to in crease its usefulness, in id we ask the hearty co-operation of one and all to this end. Wo have secured the service of Mr. Lafe Merritt as local editor, and he brings with him tes timonials of the highest order. At the hands of the subscribers and advertising patrons of ihe Trans porter, wo ask for a eontinuence of the liberal support it has been re ceiving, and hope in return to give value received. AVitlv this short in troductory, we leave the Transport er to speak for itself. The Morning Star," published at the Indian school, at Carlisle, Pa., reaches us enlarged to a three col umn folio, with a bright new dress and brim full of matters of education al interest. The scope of the paper is greatly incr...

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 May 1882

y rjfj i mmammmrmitMmtmmar. TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. Walnut Mlls, S'KAllIXU & Jl E A I), Prop's. Patent New -Process Darlington House ED. GUERRIERPropriotor. Special attention given to llio wants of transient 8 ami stock men. CJootl stable mid corral attached. Charges Moderate. AN J) Family Flours. Corn meal, bran and feed always on hand at lowest rales. Especial attention given to orders from the Territory. AKKAXSAS CITY, KAN. Crsswell Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. J. L. HUEY, - - Cashier. M. It. riiA'JT. jcssi: KVANS. PLATT & EVANS, Live Stock Commission Mereli'nls KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS, UTos. 18 & 19 Exchange Building-, Kansas City Mo, licforcucotf Kansas City Z&mks. Interest Paid Ok Timk Deposits. Money Loaned at Lowest Kales. Funds (iuardcd by Sargent iY Grcenleaf's Time Lock. JHj-YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. C.F.HULBERT, in.vu:u in Hardware, Stoves, TfNWARE, "WOOD AND Iron Wacjon Stock, 8aujlkky Hardware, Pumps, etc., etc. Fine cutlery a specialty. Stoves of every va...

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 May 1882

31 t'7 6 nmtmmmmmmm xsrxsmurf) wwaawitj miimwi - r- - - - --r - t i ri m ii iim nwtattCT8Mwra3rju;yigsaaao:anBtti . . The Transporter .-1, i .iiji. LAPE MERRITT, Local -Editor. Kntored at, the. rostolllce nt, Darlington, as KfCOlld OluSS llIUttlM'. MAIL TIMET A lM.tf. Caldwell X Ft. SIM Line. AKTITVK. 3Fi?oj North Jil a. nn Mondays JCvcopled. AlllllVIi. From South 10 n. m. Sundays incepted. Singes, sumo (line, going S. Tuesdays, niiursdayH&Satut'duy:! going N. Mmdays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A.T. t S. V. U. U, TIMK TAItUJ. t'M.mVI'.I.I. STATION. ifnsHenger. Accommodation, aijuivi:. 11 :.r0 A.M. SMOP. M. ni'.i'Airr. I :i:W) J'. M. I fi:20A. M. iusjwnutaBMfii An Indian wagon (rain is unload ing at t?h-commissary to-day. Daniel R. Hirschler is now indus trl'iil teacher at the Arapahoe school. Munfort Johnson was in froni liis supply ranch, on the tnaH'ron Sun day. ' .Several valuable com mu nidations crowded out this issue -will appear next. ThcMennonite mission school is again u...

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 May 1882

37? numto rt r t&sMKxsscrtxaxsrMk tsK.wirtHwlivj,mmm1lim0tr,tn,a ww w tMWMikmtillSPBbimmiMmAaxMammMMiMmMmmmmtlSj AL.DKAN. CAL.DBAN. DEANB'ROS., Breeders of Thorouh-Brcd and Gradod Shrt-Horn Cattle. -uRICAKHAS cm, (.ownn, c orsn- KANSAS. DIC'KKY BH05. CnTitomilfltitlad. Ty. RunclJ North nnd South CHURdlaii rlr rrs. Ciittlo brtundod wl'h siimo brand om cither hIiIo or hip A homo on both Bidet. Horse brand TL on. left liip or Bhouldv, QO to: fJfeaMMMggH T!?ei.3jk MKkn'jf MsM EAR MMfKs.-Crop the rll t : Under hulf ( rop the left, or re -verso. Hoimo brand J) on 1c it bhouldoi Ilanpo, Ottor Creek, Ind. Tor, g. 3 P. ST KW ART, &H? BaBt on Red mm KoPk. l- T- On both ,jS i,t.nu u... l j'- fiimn, -'mill.' Willy v on left side or hip. foine wiui ij fir on left hip. ami a half circle 1 on both sidoM. Some with 111 (three bars) on 17 on left bin. 1 O, Address, Wellington, Kan, mmmssmmr CSst'lv G W Miller, "y -- Hnmi e w ell, J,,, Kan. NO.tvr n&WL 02 101 anil brass knob on ei ther ho...

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 May 1882

1W1KV tF m w wirm- "t?li fiO DONE IN A DECADE, The Marvelous Growth of the South ern States as Demonstrated by the Last Census. The Enormous Growth in Texas -A Boom for Kansas Contrast Be tween Vermont and Texas. New Tork Sun. The most interesting and the most instructive feature of the debate which ended in the passage of the new ap portionment bill by both houses of congress, was the study given to the relative growths of population in the different states, as illustrated by facts .and. figures which congressmen inter ested in tfee subject procured from the census bureau. A table of statistics which attracted attention, from its simplicity and its 'political suggestiveness, was the one imado up by Mr. Deering, of Iowa, for whose ofllcial correctness he vouches, though there are a few obvious but very slight discrepancies in the divis ions of populations between white and colored, and which he caused to be printed in the Congressional Record as follows: Total l'oii Intlun. i is'. S...

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