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

3d MBmemmmmmtemm nrnnanm 'BS!iBBBBamm3mnammmmmtmmtmmmi HOUSEHOLD NOTES. Economical Pudding. An excel lent way of using stale biscuit or cake3 is to pound them fine in a mortar; then mix with them two egj3 with their weight in butter; beat all to a cream, pour into a mould and steam. This i3 excellent cold with fruit, such as stewed prune3 or apples. Hop Yeast. Three large potatoes, one handful of hops ; put in a small bag; put the potatoes and hops into two quarts of water and boil down to one quart; tako out the bag of hops and potatoes ; mash the potatoes fine and throw back into the boiling wa ter; stir (lour into this while hot until it is quite stiff; let it stand until it is nearly cold, then add half a cupful of yeast, half a cupful of sugar, one ta blespoonful of salt and half a table spoonful of ginger; set in a warm place to rise; when light put into a covered jar and place into a cool place. Cleansing a Brussels Oakpet. First have the carpet well shaken, then tack down in...

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 May 1882

JPQMIWMIMM llWMI 31 V. t- Local and Goiicral. A light ruin fell on the night of the 58th nit., but not enough to do much good. Ilalph Waldo Emerson, wifcof the .nost gifted of American literary men, is dead. Large and choietr assortment of 'iftney candies, ,nutu,. figs, dates, Ac:, J c, at ConnelL'sf. Phil Kbrnio-" oFAnadarko, went dbwn a f6w days ago, returning frbi)iia yreit'to the States. Y-orW-Parkcr-Drapcr, Mercantile Go.,.. Caldwell, Kan., Hoad quarters ftxriCattlemcn and Drovers. . AtayWody in need of bedroom fur rrittire should call on L. Ca-ndce and 16ok over his stock awdfpriccs. Charley Foxr wFforused to be here as hotel man .ancTbarn-yard rustler, isin.thrfjfl3i!yjvcry in New York. Mr. Fitzpatrick, formerly with H. L'. Fred at Anadarko, passed a lew daiys ago en route for civilization. Dr. Win. F. Harvey, lata off this Agency, has located at- Dawrence, Kansas, whers he willoiractictt his profession. -' Ex-Oo-vecnowOvcrton has gone to Washfngto-tt t6.prevent, if possible,...

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 May 1882

"3 8 ": ?!H?"? t'VWMgfcWin(ifcMt.WMt:lf1lh'VMW,8Wg TRANSPORTER. r()L. ;. DAKTJNGTON, I. T., MAY 25, 1882. NO. 1 9. AU.,wMwnYyJ?igg muuiv wmmmMumwi m X)Ksxirmmrrcxwv. CHEYEME TTfE STOCKMAN. Thro Is nothing no Kiiy, Ao when dining May The stockmen are having thoir round-up. Ho longer in enrnp, And In nuidhouscK dnmp, Tb Jolly com boy urn UOWKl np Tho Mexican pony He look-M proud nnd tony, And eemp to feel winter Is ovwr Crea a a . . for his mustor, And nti all the faster, 13 ft ia smelling Me grnus Mid Uli atCVer. And mnny a beast Jh inter shipped lnt WMle wcbIwimkI gooa many a dll?tr j 3o stockmen come all j&xkI dreH up in tho fall, Beal nobby frmn the foot to Uie ollarv As UHtclotliingincn'e "JJosn" IB well known Kahn ft Sohlosa. Where Uie stoercmen all moelftnd nm trading So you'll purchoHO 1 gue&v AttJio iiroi "li. & S. Whose goods wear forever Trithotit fading. Kahn & Schloss, ST0CK.MKX'8 HEADQUA RTEBS eor. ra: Av. i&iur .strati KANSAS CITY, MO. COSAND fc .MOS...

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 May 1882

LEMH 07 y THE CHEYENHETRANSPORTER, PUBLISniCD SEMI MONTIILT, In the Interest of Indian Civilization ant Progress, TEEMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. SCIENCE, Mr. Norman Tate, the president of the Liverpool Science Students' Asso ciation, has noticed that in spite of the profusion of blossoms on shrubs and trees near towns, they do not bear their due proportion of fruit, and he suggests that this fact is worthy of investigation by botanists. Jn manufacturing dis tricts products of combustion may in terfere with the development of the fruit, as in the case of the hazel, which he found was sometimes injuriously af fected by soot. It would be interest ing to know whether similar effects have been observed in the neighbor hood of American towns. The statement has frequently been made by travellers that the compass is of no use in Iceland. Mr. Cuthbert E. Teek, who visited that country la3t summer, found no evidence that the reputed eccentricities of the instrument had any real existence. E...

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 May 1882

3 ') I EMERSON. Brief Sketch of His LifeHis Litera ry Career, Philosophical Works His Religion. Kalph Waldo Emerson was born in Boston, May 25, 1803. lie belonged emphatically to the Brahman stock of New England, being tho ninth of a line of ministers counting ancestors on both tides. His mother's maiden name was Haskins. His father, the Rev. William Emerson, was born at Concord in 1769, and died pastor of the First Congregational church at Boston in 1811. He vfos an accomplished writer, the author of the histoiy of the First Church, and the editor oC a selection of psalms and hymns. Ralph, like his father, was a graduate of Harvard college. He was not among the high est scholars of his class, that of 1821, but his abilities were proved and re cognized. He gained a Bowdoin prize for an essay on the character of Soc rate,s and next year for an essay on the Present State of Ethical Philosophy. His popularity was attested by his elec tion to the oilico of class poet. For five years aft...

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 May 1882

I u f liBISIJUlliWI K.wrcoaCTnxcaCT The Transporter Subset ipi ion, 1 l1(l V.:ir, In A.lviuico. ?3 Gno. V. Maf: Vf lr. DAKLINOrTON, i:i't" T:,:;TTor.y. TJLUKSnAY, MAYM, 18b. The contract to supply l''rt 1'vno with beef has Iw.Mi awarded John H. Campbell; the rules Ving tdx and eight cents. C:mitalisls have tlioir vis on thy Panhandle ofTxas, and alreiu- tin; range im bennr hnugm up aijri title obtained hv lh"in. V A Deputy U. Q (Marshal anvsU'd an eleven Te.ir old boy on a charge f Helling liquor to the lndi:,n- at Kt. Griflin. Cisco Hound-Up. Pawnee Agency is agitating the railroad question. It the railroad will be completed in time for this season's cattle trade, at least so says our informant. Ark. City Traveler. A terrible cyclone recently demol ished the town of McAllister, a sta tion on the il., K. & T. railroad in the Territory. Upwards of 1W people were kiiieu or seriously in iurcd, and sixty houses were oonvN pletely demolished. The Arkansas City Traveler jsavs the Chow...

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 May 1882

361 ?'"''!".!!!!!."M"""' """"" i ' "in uri iiiiumiiw.jLi.wninnmnniwiiani i nmniirnrniimnnrrrrrri 'i immwiiwwimiwnwiMWW W3 -Vr, TRANSP SUPPLEMENT. Wf,anrvmTwsmittrogiii3BaacmtTO7i .., . ....... ,,,.... &vaMaLarz.rxvjZJienfiJir!iaxrxta km q mrjWBwrsimjn wBuwHmnHMMWWH n R T h u Walnut Mills, B'BAinNH&MRAI), Prop's. Patent New Process AND Family Flours, Corn meal, bran and a feed always on hand at lowest rates. Especial attention given to orders from the Territory. ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. IIP.I . I I I .. II ! ! I H Mil I I Creswell Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, HA.N. J. L. HUEY, - - Cashier. Darlington House JSD. GUEKRIEB, Proprietor. Spooial attention fl ven to tho wants of transients and Htoi'k mon. (Joed stable mul corral attached. Charts Mod oral c. The Secretary of the Interior lias announced his intention to disarm nil tho Indian tribes. TiriO IMUNMMiPSi rni .Major Randall is expected in to day with Capt. (?) Payne and twen ty boomers, captured on the for bidden ground of Oklahoma. In...

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 May 1882

$ 9 J 'irinMvtiMfWMittfiivxi iiMwunvenKc.vBstttTtibttt.KMnm T he Transporter X.AFJ2 HEHKI?:T, Local Editor. Entered at tho Poatofik-ont Darlington, as hocuihJ 1uhh mutter. MAILTIMMTAIJLK. Caldwell &Ft. Bill i,luo. AltUlVti. From South 10 a. in. Sundieya HLvuuptod. AltKIVli. From North J I a. in. Mondays Excepted. Stages, same time, going S. fuosduys, Thursdays & Saturdays;; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Frldaya. A. T. A S. F. IJ. H, TIMK TAHL.K. OAI.UWKIX BTATION. Pnnnungor. Accommodation, AK1UVK. 11:00 A.M. 8:40 P.M. DKl'AKT. : 00 1. M. 0: 150 A.M. Daniel B. Hirsehler is now noting superintendent of the Arapahoe school, and Ilrs. Anna Haury, Ilia sister, iu matron. T. B. Johnson, druggist, of On Id well, bound to have bis town well represented, makes his appearance on the first page with a now aid. Ralph Collins made a short visit to Darlington bn Tuesday. Lie was with an outfit from Sacra's, who were to go through tho herds up the river. A number of Oloes and Kaws, fr...

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 May 1882

381 rga'CTvKtrn!ra ' " ' - I ac,"fmte,n'gmcrTm'ttmuJU.JUllJK AX.. DEAiT. C.vt Diux. DEAN BROS., C.. DICKEY BROS. v niiiuiiiiiiiiiiuu. ij Jneh North and . South CHimdinn rir or. Cuttlo hrundod v 1th Btuno brund on either hIiIo or hip A Boine on both sidei. Hoi-hO brand TJ oo lelt hi) or Hhoulder. Errors of Ihcrough-Brod and Graded S'roj:,-:iorn Cattlo. AUK.VVSi UY, C'AVIRY. (v PNrv KANSAS 'OO '"PC f'nrneglo HFiAlBer K.injro on Coldwu- ter, I,T. P.O. Pond f'J 'III1I1"H1II UIKIIUH ra prinelpnlly on loft l ' "" - t o XT A teii WmB)M&j$m 7 : 1 1 ; ,11 1 ; uudU; und JI; orr 1 i u M .-.--( i.n 1 1,. -i.t ; i.. K,.ir ' " " ' ' - ' - ' ' IJtlll ! , -.--( i.iit 1 1,. l.f ; ..,!.. i . . - . v TIo.H I rii'i 1 on 1 'l -ln.nl' l r I1. M1AVAUT, k.i ni,'o on Hod Ifo'k, 1. T. On both Milei. some only on 1-It m.Ic or hip. Sonic w it li inr on led hip, and a half Hr-le I on )oth ide. Some with III (three Inn's) on ly "ii left hip. l o, Addrem, Wellington, Run, 5S ' lisiw0ik ; Milh-r, "Mw j.-' lunn...

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 May 1882

LYNCHING, A Fqw Portinent Remarks on the Evil Tendency of the Lawless Practice. Chicago Times, April 29. Lynchiugs are occuniug with alarm ing frequency. A few months ago Illi nois, "Wisconsin and Michigan joined the border states and the territories in substituting mob violence for the action of the courts, A fow weeks ago there was a lynching in Indiana which was attended by such adjuncts of a legal execution as a clergyman and a surgeon. Wednesday night two men woro lynched together in Ken tucky, two together in one town in Colorado, and ono in another, and at an early hour yesterday morning a man was lynched in Minneapolis, in all these c.ises but one there is little or no doubt about the guilt of the victims, but in ono case a man was lynched on suspicion, and in Indiana only a week ago a man was hanged by a mob after he had been tried by a jury and acquit ted. These violent and lawless pro ceedings raise once more the question, Is civilization a failure? It is no justification...

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 May 1882

2 m WW 311 ti t i r ITEMS OF INDUSTRY. 2vever allow your horses to drink im pure or stagnant water. The dairy industry of Jones county, li'nnJtn m anmml avenue of $1,000,000. Stagnant and impure water which cows drink while at pasture is ono of the most prominent causes of oa'd odors in milk. Give your hogs a rubbing-post in some accessible part of their inclosure; it facilitates their keeping clean, and seems to afford them much satisfaction. For common ringbone in cattle, Dr Law says: "Paint with tincture of iodine, or with a solution of corrosive sublimateforty grains to one pint of water." The Massachusetts Ploughman soys that a heifer should be nearlv or quite three years old when she has" a calf, if the calf is expected to be healthy and vigorous. t Stables should be kept warm enough in winter to make horses comfortable without blankets; then the blankets will do good service as coverings when the animal is left standing out-doors. The Chinese have introduced a new variety 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. — 25 May 1882

yi y mvimamjfiMkKakLAa9niiummuamMfnmmmmibM MWWVJBJ.'ifk'.aHWlMMf.Mi. ncwv.ivicK.li KwnSKvYYrnHMEXJinVlMNMHSVMlCflfl 'The Transporter "LAXE MERRITT, Local Editor. KILLED BY LIGHTNING. ftargo and choice assortment of 'fancy candies, nut?,, figs, date?, eV,"., fcc.ut Con ncl IV. An Indian wagon train, of Wichi fci Agency, passed fiouth homeward Jouii'l on the Ifilh inst. II "man I longer received a very fine nun Jast week -it valuable ad dition to his Jloek of sheop. York-Parker-Draper, Mercantile Co., Caldwell, Kan., Headquarters' for Cattlemen and Drovers. Anybody in need o.C. bndroom fur niture should cilLon L. Candeeand loo3v.ovcr.h?.$Ktock and prices. George Oley, who i in the employ ment o? Mr. L. Canrlee, had one of liis hands pretty .severely mashed wlule hauling rock several day ago. Senator McPherson, of New Jer sey, lias purchased 100,000 acres of land on 1 he Panhandle for a stock ranch'. Frank Hutchison has accented' a p&aiiion irv Council's store. The CJheycmic school...

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 June 1882

393 ffy?jv.artore ,, ,, rr , nrTTrriwimnmrr-nr-fi Trrnrman -rrT-nntfrrrrriTTTTiff tTjM - VOX,. :3. DARLINGTON, I. T., JUNE 10, 1882. NO. 20. reggrre:J'ir?,ciyfeiiju erwiC'jw'-mcanearoMiujiunhiwjjiii.i.uj.jiijiipn T I I - --"-II -( K 'FIM5 TO(!KMAX.. Taere I nothing so guy, --i wIumi iliu'lnif May Tln Htoclcmon arc having their ronntUup. No lonpror in camp, And in mint houses damp, The jolly cow hoys art) bound up.. The Mexican pony Ho loolrs proud and tony, i7id Mt'ums to foci winter is ovon Cares ad., for ids master, And runs all t lie faster, He is sinolllng-the jjrays and tlio ClOVtfi?. And many a beast Is Intor shipped IBaat While westward goes many a dollar' So stockmen come all And dress up in the fall, Heal nobby from the feet to tlto oolitic. As theclolhingmen's "Iloss" lo well known ICahn & Sehlose.. Where the stocrcmon all meet and ar (Hiding So you'll purchase I guess, At the firm "K. & R." Whose goods wear forever without? Hiding. Kahn & Schloss, bTOCJOIJCN'S...

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 June 1882

THE WALK TO CHURCH. Wo walked to church together That sweet, bright summer day My heart wa like a feather The robin shed- in May, 4,Dcar heart!" 1 whispered to her, And then a silence toll. Tknow not hov to woe her, Or how my love t tell. "Dear heart, this happy morning Wo start to climb the hill ; Wo Heo or hear no warning Of weariness or ill. Wo may not have a' I sunshine, About this path of ours; Tlioro will he thorns and pitfalls lltd under brightest llowers. '"It will bo lonesome climbing For me, if 1 inu-l miss 'Tho Caco whobu June- line roses Are sweeter far than this." 1 gathered from the hedgerow A rose, and gave to her; 'Tho fragrant litt'e blossom Wai love's interpreter. 'You need not climb alone, John," She said; and then a bird .Soared upward, and in heaven Ho told what he had heard. Tho echo of Ins music itings in our heartstrings still, As hand in hand, my darling, Wo climb tho long, steep hlli. MAMIE WCLL'S WHITE HAIR, I was invited to a lunch party in one of the inl...

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 June 1882

-.39 f The Credulity of the Sixteenth Cen tury. Bncfcle'fl History of Civilization. Not only in historical literature, but iu all kinds of literature, on every subject in science, in reiigion, in leg islation the pr siding principle was a blind and unhesitating credulity. The more the history of Europe anterior to the seventeenth century is studied, the more completely will this fact be veri fied. Now and then a great man arose who had his doubts respecting the universal belief ; who whispered a sus picion as to the existence of giants thirty feet high, of dragons with wings, and of armies flying through the air; who thought that astrology might be a cheat, and necromancy a bubble ; and who even went so far as to raiso a question respecting the pro priety of drowning every witch and burning every heretic. A few such men there undoubtedly were; but they were despised as mere theorists, idle visionaries, who, unacquainted with the practice of life, arrogantly opposed their own reason ...

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 June 1882

file ..uu-ju taHCTwt'yreTW.i?ii mUCUXWlMfc-AKM 9KMtjmMmj,.mMrVBtem2aMivgiira&irt&Hbit3itrngi?t 2SHK7 Tpie Transporter Subticrlp.ttou, $1 per Voar, Jn Aclvnmio.. Ci-:o.. W.-AfAR'aT, Editor & 'ro)i'. JABIjINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY TUUIISUAY, .TUXB JO,. 1S&. i hi inamnmn wn iiimwiiitrirn itTrn-r-TrmT-rtt-rfifTifTiri-ti JKASTJEHN INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS. In tbovario.us discussions, pro and vtnn, concerning tho udvinability of educating Indian children at indus trial schools at a distance from thqir Home reservations a few. fuels seem to be generally overlooked. In the first pface every child sent to Car lisle or to Hampton is a hostagofor the good .behavior and non-combat-iyencss of a dozen able-bodied rela tives ; .and it has proved a fact which can nafc'He- disputed that the sending 'jf a nuiobejrol I children tt) eastern industrial schools is a virtual dis arming of the tribe, in the next pjlacc every educated Indian who returns to his reservation has an in ihicnce for good...

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 June 1882

O rt A? J awia!cB5uiwwfixH -TttMwwaitfcqisifr,aap oaSBwcy wac mkameseaaKSJxttatitfjtau)ivn &f1l I I" I fl "I:! IIIIJI 11 - I"- -.--.- ... 1... - T- -.!! m m III I -l T . -!! " ! ., .., ...i.! ... m. . a, rP ID MTf w VT 4J 1 1 1 O HP l?1 13 i 1 kj JL .1. ii JL JLLi JL v ri t tt m t T! m i 1 H b u- i sh 1 H. Ik ky iJ JL JL JL JLLaXV.fi-JlaX l 4 ' tTvvq?wrTWlyirinrej3Hnvg OMO. S HOWAKD. 3ui.u iwuu'vuuwMrnJHuu mmaa WFJ citas. a. nov.ajni HOWARD BROS., -UltAriMKfl 11? GUNS, PISTOl c JLO Haudwajus, Tinwauk, Woon and J liox Wagon Stwck, Sadulkuy ITaudwaiu:, Priiis, i-yrc, etc. $$?" Fine I'igtota u Hpeeiulty, Chins of every variety and price. JKSM-'spoelnl -attention given to mail or- flors from the Territory .5j3, ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. .T. G. Woods, Prcs'r. E. aI. I to' THE STOCK i2(fl, Vice J're&'t. t,iu-.; W . Moons, OaHilor. I EXCHANGE BANK S3 "jWl" . $jvfahwt (Mills, SEAlttXti & MEAD, Prop's. Patent New Process j OAPITAL, - - $100,000. DOBS -A. GKffi33r:B3:R.A.Ii B-A.2STK:...

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 June 1882

jb j 0 MCWlnWBrt!KFi 0MMmmMiMi xxwBRn: mwmdmnijiinmiBniaNH ' 4 The Transporter UAFE MERHITT, "Local Editor. KntoTod at tho rostofilco ntDarllngton, as Kocomt cIuhh matter. MA1LTIM12TADLK. Galdwoll & Ft. Sill Line. AHHIVH. i'rom North 11 u. in. Mondays Excepted. AKUIVK. From South JO a. m. Sundays Excepted. Stages, aaino llnio, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays Agoing K. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & 8. T. J?. it, TIMK TA11LK. cat.dwi:ll station. PnHfiongor. Accommodation, AKKIVI. ll:fiOA.M. 3:40 I'.M. DKI'AUT. 3()0 P.M. fi :20A.M. as fDKHVjJWSlX'mSV-VUJUftWI ALONG TJIE LINE. Slncu the lust issue of the TiUKsroirrKK wc mado a business trip to Kansas, start ing on the 2Gth tilt., and arriving at Cald well, after a tewenty-four hour'd rido, by etage. The roads were in very good con dition,; but owing to the heavy rain?, the rivers were up a little, and we had antici pated trouble in fording them, but the Cimarron and Salt Fork were both cross ed without delay....

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 June 1882

3f 5aTjacgsnB3rairagMa Mi '.HIHIlHMW A I,. DKAN. CAT.. DKAN. DEAXRKOS., Breedcrc of Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Cattle. AKKANHVS CITY, (OWI.m, C'Ol M Y UVNAS. DICK1CY BROS, mitoiunont hid. Ty iviiueii iAurin unci South finiii.lliin vlv crs. Oaltlo brmidod with flunus brand on either .side or hip & Komeon both sUIob. Horso brand TL on eft hip or Hhouldor, Bdfld. Jfev fxs Q. U A Jx. EiJJwSSSIJwWsax VflHTEl ZH?JE i sv isc&B&$2 LAR M IMvs. ( rop tli r.-.l.l; I ii.iVr hull' ( i'M t hi lh, .i i i l'v. IIor.o brand 1) on h it l.t.iddcr- KaiiK'Oi Otter Creole, Incl. Tor, J"& ' 'Srt5fem-i tJ P. O, Addro-s, Wen R. ktkwart, Rn n k i' n Red I lock, I. T. J m. both .sides. Some only mi It'll side or hip. Mtino w ith bur on h II nip, and a hull' circle I on hot h side.. .Some with III (three burs) on ly on lc ft irip. inton, Kan, 0 W Miller,. JIunn o w ell, Kim. NO on loft aide ami X01 mid b,r.i.-H knob on ei ther horn. Also ' on left sit!; T cross T left fdo; lU left 3'oi...

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 June 1882

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. PUBLISHED SKMI MONTHLY, la mi Iitcrwt of Ma Civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. W II I I III I llll I I.I Ml CALIFORNIA WHEAT, What It Costs Farmers to Bear the Market and Send Grain to the An tipodes. California lias continued during the whole of the present season the chronic bear oi the world's wheat market. But not satisfied with underselling all competitors in the various importing countries, she is now at the end of her victorious campaign, and with the view of carrying the war into Africa, shipping a portion of her wheat sur plus to the Mississippi valley and Australia her two leading rivals as exporters. While tho states east of the Rocky mountains are themselves shippers this season to tho extent of about 70,000,000 bushels, as compared with about 50,000,000 bushels from the whole of this coast, sample parcels of California wheat are now to be seen in every section of the country from Texas to Maine and from Minne sota to Fl...

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