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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 August 1882

V yU 4 I fti' ! ) i. If ALL SORTS. w CJjittlc cnrn their daily food in the .summer by the sweat of their browse. A citizen of Boston who last vear paid taxes on $1,182,900 for taxation, the rest of his property being exempt undor the new law. "Yes,11 said a lady, complacently, "1 expect wo'll get rich now. My husband has just beon a)pointed one of the receivers of an embarrassed savings bank.11 Last year Chattanooga, Tenn., shipped ten thousand pounds of straw berries and 250,000 pounds' of crapes, besides other fruit, and this year the shipments will be a third greater. A hat flirtation is the latest idiocy among the girls. There is no way that a man can wear a hat that; doesn't mean something, and the only way you're safe is to go bareheaded. Jioston Post. A shower of frogs is said to have fallen in Nevada, lately, between Spring City and Paradise. At any rate, whether they fell from the skies or came out of the ground,, there were millions of them. Efforts are being made in Phila...

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 August 1882

" The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Year, In Advance. OBITUARY. Geo. W. Mafkkt, JSditor & Propr. DARLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY auu. an, i?82. VOL. IV, NO. I. ; Willi this number the Tuanspout .yai enters the fourth yesir of its ex istence an existence which has been marked by the rapid growth and substantial and generous sup port it lilis received everywhere. As quite a number of subscriptions ex pired with last number, we ask for a prompt renewal, promising in re turn to keep our subscribers well posted in 'Arrilory matters. Our f subscription price is but. one dollar f per year, post paid. 0. J. Woodard, our efficient Agen cy Clerk, made an overland business trip to Sac & Fox Agency last week. Master Whit Miles went with him. Mnj. Keimko, for several years quartermaster's agent at Wichita, Wellington and Caldwell, and later book-keeper for N. W. Evans a Co., is now general agent of the Mexican Central railroad. L. C. Norton, of Arkansas City, Kas., was among the arrivals...

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 August 1882

3 lflS5SKcSlrfJgS3bBfca csbssw - ft PLEMENT. VOL. TV. DARLINGTON, I. T., AUG. 25, 1882 NO. I. Vrt lw:'iwju3rj7T:fjr.nErxi-'rjj'nnr aiwaHaMja.-wiinaa'ii.igigas5iC3iaKncrKUwug mnimmtin'MiaijMft m mi TRANSPORTER our Lw OH). S. IIOWAltn. CIIAS. A. II0WAKD. .HOWARD BROS. DXALIIKf IN SUNS, PISTOLS Hardware, Ti jk VA KB, V ooD 'and " Ikon Wagon Stock, Saddlery I-Jakdwakk, pcmps, etc., etc. flH'Fino Pistols a specialty, Onus of every variety and price. jOSMSspocial attention glvon" to mail' or. fl6rs from tho Territory .&' ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. Walnut Mills, SEAR NO k MEAD, Prop's. latent New Process AND' t Family Flours. Corn meal, bran and feed always o)i hand at lowest 3'atee. Especial attention given to orders from the Territorv. ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. Dreswell Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. tiX. IIUEY, - - Cashier. 7 t iWF ifciiBttissv Paid On Ciije Djs posits! AConoy Loaned at Lowest Pates. Ancls Guarded by Sargont & Groonloaf's Time Lock, YOUIl PATRONAGE SOLICITED. T.R, HOUGHTON, di...

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 August 1882

- , Ayv i - D if I Ti The Transporter Ij AFE MERRITT, Local Editor. Entered at the Poslofllce atDnrlinglon, as second chisa mutter. HWtlMWHIMf" MAlL'J'LMJSl'AUhE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Line. AllUIVK. From North Jin. m. Mondays Excepted. aukivj:. From South JO n. m. Sundays Excepted. Stages, same fctimo, golngUS.&Tuosduys, Thursdays &Snturduys;;.'golng N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S.JF. n. It, TIME TAKLE. caluwj-:ll station. Aintivi:. dkpaut. I'nstfongor. HrfiOA.M. I .1:00 P.M. Accommodation, 8;iOF. M. j C ."20 A.M. wmmammmmmBtmnmmammmmm J. A. Carter, of Anndarko, Is hero buying ponlos. Sickness OTcrywhereprlnclpally malarial dis orders: Tho brick work of. tho new Monnonlto mission la now under way. Ralph Collins, of Rod Fork, was down on busi ness on tho 25th. In tho supplement will bo found tho mulo brand ofVallo&Co., of tho Caldwell &Fort Sill stneo route. Tho mayor of Caldwell has Issued a proclamation loouosting the citizens not to soil arm...

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 August 1882

U- ) v A! I) KAN. Cal. Dkan DICKEY BROS. DEAN BliOS., Uraeders of Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Cattle. AH7iANAS OI'H, COW I.KV, COVM 1 KANSAS. autoumunt Ind . Ty . O-O TO Ranch North ami South Canadian rlv ,1 tmmmtmmmmmmamitMxuu MK rat era. Cattlo branded with stuiio brand on cither side or hip A Homo on both sides. Ilorso brand TI on loa liip or Hhouldar, Curncgio A.yfmiHHr fecRango on (Joldwa- P.Vft v .,T i . ' VS' f;., &" ? T( 1?AR MAKKS.-Croptho right; Under half urop inc ion, or reverse. Horse brand 13 on lei! shoulder- Runge, Ottor Creek, Ind. Tor, I STEWART, Range on Rod Rock. 1. T. On both t. utilnu V!mvw a.iIi. jy i .V ""- ".lJ .in ininmu ui nip. home with bar on left hip, and a half circle I on both sides. Some with HI (throe bars) on ly on left h). P. O, Address, Wellington, Ivun, HHHEHJTTr.. vPKu-ljJKJnLTzrvVHlNM iC W .'Miller, Hnnnowoll, iKun. NO on leftside and 101 and brass knob on ei ther horn. Also JY on leX!, side.; K' cross T left side; 10 left loin ; c...

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 August 1882

y ' i , fig V I h I THE CHBfEIE TRANSPORTER. PUBLISH.!) 8KMI MONTHLY, in the Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress. TERMS, 81.00 AYEAR, IN ADVANCE. MKS. LINCOLN'S llJtOTlIKK. IIIh Tru;lo Dcuth tit Uio Hiittlo orsiilloh. lllchmnnrirVn.) State. When the w:ir broke oulMrH. Lincoln lind two brothers. Dr. Todd mid Sum Todd, residing in Now Orleans and in business there. Dr. Todd was early appointed a surgeon in the confederate army, and, we believe, came to Vir ginia. Young Sam Todd was a guy and happy youth, not over 20, of good social standing and pleasing address, handsome in person, very popular, and in every respect a manly fellow. He was, of course, known as the brother-in-law of the president, or "Old Abe," as he was generally called; but being an ardent southerner that did not affect his relations with his friends. In March, 1862, when Beau regard was appointed to the west and sent out to stay the progress of the federal army under Grant and Sherman through Kentucky and Te...

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 August 1882

6 i 1 K: ; 1 K f f 3-; ?7m Hi LK- A.OimiIouh Cure for Colic. Brooklyn HnM2 Wtll, slrS' observed the little old man, lnlg over the counter and poiKffiHf'itfiL confidential tone; well, sir, we had u right smart of a time in our boarding house last night." "Party?" inquired the cashier. Not exactly a party, no," replied ' the little man. 4It was more exciting than any party. You see, the landlady had an attack of colic, and as she was pretty popular with the boarders, they started in to help her out. One lady came around with ginger and filled her half full, and another prowled up with some cough mixture, andwdidn't leave much room for the rest. vTh:it made a row!" "I shouldJiave thought so," observed the cashier Ho did they come out?' - , "Wjell, the landlady was suffering a great deal, partly with pain and partly because she saw that some of the board ers were mad, so in order to restore peace, she said she'd take a little of every prescription, and they began to ladle 'em in. They g...

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 August 1882

iJ :U vn mkiHiijL. I rrTrraMiTiartivrarK7ftra ,,,"iH''1'""' " " ' "llnil1ll""IIMI11'- 9Bkf ' H c ' I r 1 V Y c S-u 1 XThe Transporter IiAFE MERJtlTT, Local Editor. Knt overt uttlio J'osloKcoat Darlington, iw actiionil clusa muttor. CARD OF TJ TANKS. aM MAIL TIM I&VAIUM Cfildwoll & Ft. Silt-Linos AICUIVHw From South JO' a. in-: .Sundays TCxContod. AHitivn. Jfo'in North J I a.m. Mondays Kxooptud. StiigoH, same time, going S. Tuesdays, rHursduysA Saturdays; going N. Mondays, "Wednesdays & Fridays A. T..& S. 1VU. If, TIM.IS TAUUC. 0 A 1 j! TV . li STAT ION . AlMMVi:. DKPAKT. pAdKungui.'- 11 :() A.M. I JIMHJ 1 M. At&OfttaftHUt'lO'n 8:101'. M. I fi."20'A. M. Cowboys slop Jit the City lljtci when at Darlington. Philip Putt hs mated 'lip a dash ing team of gre)r ponies. Mr. W. A Hemphill, our flourish ing society ma"n,is hcad-oVc'i'hudS' iii business these (lays. I N. BaiuUistcr, who was visiting flf r. J. 11 1 -Seger for several weeks, started foV his home at Humboldt, ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 September 1882

a H.jIWM CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. YOL. IV. D ARLINGTON, I. T., SEPT. 11, 1882. NO. i m n ft r 1 THJ5 STOCKMAN. There is nothing so gay, An wheii during iluy The stockraon jiro having t-hoir. rouixtaiip. 2so longer in camp, And in mud houses damp, The jolly cow boyfl nrc bound nap. The Mexican pony Ho looks proud and tony, And. seems to fuel winter is over; Cares ad., for his master, And runs all the luster, Zle is .smelling the grass and the clover. Atnrl many a boast Ib later whipped Ejist TniHe'Vraswaroea manya ilollar WITT, rv-wmo ft? .- J ltj fip stoekmn;cop3e -all & Ami reBsfup Jntho fall, ijfgfRcal nojiby from the feet to thuiOGllur. A3 the clothingmcn's "Boss" la well known Kiahn & SeMoss. Where t!bo stoeTcmen nil meet and arc trading fio you'll purchase 1 guess, At the firm 4,K. A S." Whotvs goods wear forever without fueling. Kahn & ScHoss, ' STOCKMEN'S HEADQUARTERS Cor- Mo. Ave. fc attain Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. COKAND MOSSKIiT-" vI-Photqpaphers, IKUJUV T 1V'C(-n...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 September 1882

ON Til K AVI NO. ssiyintr the poor follow through Odds and JSnds of Kansas Unprooodontod Growth or tho Country The Old uml Now. Xoblc L. I'rontls, In AtchlRon Glmmplon. X. A gentleman who hud traveled in Egypt once told mo Unit, so rank is the vegetation in that country, a picketed camd, grazing in a circle cannot keep tip with the growth of the grass; that is to say, when he returns to the point in the circle wheic In; began, he finds the grass higher than he found it at lirst. I find that something of the kind occurs in this country. The traveler or correspondent who fails to visit a por tion of Kansas for two or three years discovers that the country has out grown him. J n the four years that have elapsed since J visited the south west, although I have read the local papers every day since, 1 have not kept in my mind a clear conception of the march of progress. Foi instance, there "is a new system of railroads and a whole batch of new railroad towns. Beginning at Emporia, there w...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 September 1882

iggyyjBwaaagamataiasaMft mim&reS3&XJtMm0twmmM&K'immiei ptf&OBi&t ,EM.ENT & "vr VOL. IV. D ARLINGTON, I. T., SEPT. 11, 1882. iW .. . NO. 2. TRANSPORTER SUPPl t k QJtO. S. HOW .Utl. CUH. A. ROWAHI)- HOWARD BROS., PRAL15IW TN - GUNS, PISTOLS Hardware, Tinware, Woodaxd Inox Wacox Sock, 8 vddlery Hardware, Pumps, etc., etc. Fine Pistols a specialty, Guns of every variety and price. tfyEspcelal rUtcuiion. fglven to mail or ders from the Territory .-n y-BFANSAS CITY. KANSAS. l H FBAXJEB BEO P y ) -AT- ARKANSAS OITY, 0 KANSAS. Beceire Fresh Goods Bail m (& fr&j SEARING k MEAX), Prop's. Patent New Process AND Family Flours. Corn meal, bran and iced always on hand at lowest rates. Especial attention given to orders from the Territory. ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. Creswell Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, 3CA3T. J. 1. HTIJSY, - - Cashier. Iotbbss Paid On Timje Deposits. THEIR, STOCK CXF4 n Ti r r Tj V7 Jlu v- U jl "D X TOT 1 uj-w t3".. wi -- . -wiu.rv nCKSSEasoiM ' BBOW-cfl V-a - r-...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 September 1882

h 'SHHjGWM iAuum nil a watwi AJ1I 6l I U'AiniiWwawsBm.tajj,,jiBU wiiii u mwiuwumini'ui.imw Biiuiwnti,rinw.a The Transporter Cromwell ami Van Eat an, Fort Keno, Ind. Tor. Horse, snnio left HhouUlcT AM3A8 CMY CATTLE WMWh. IjAFE MERRITT, Local Editor. ffTlVS Entered at tho I'ostoillco at Darlington, us 8C0011U cIubs mutt or. TiTiUmi'ifFAnLK. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Line AintiVK. J'rom North U u. in. Mondays Hxeoptod. Aituivi;. From South 10 u. m. Sundays Excepted. Singes, sumo timo, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays itSaturdays; going K. Mondays, Wednesdays it; Fridays. A. T. & S. F. it. u, tjme tabu:. CALDWELL STATION. J'assongcr. Acooinmodution, AltltlVE. ii:ftoA. ar. 8:10P.M. DEPAKT. U : 00 JL M. 5:20 A.M. V. H. Cleveland spent several days ibis week visiting his brother, 0. H., at this place. Mr. Cleveland is down looking through his old haunts with a view of buying ponies. Amos Birch has put up a neat little frame dwelling on the river, near the bakery, and shows other evidences of...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 September 1882

7 WS?,'J W!'mfveMrt WBMWIflllWift Oh&MriKUfefei KrtorinMHNscfcS! i A!.. OKN lal. ihan DH'KEY BROSk Cantonment lnd. 'I'y Utnich North mul South Ciumdlun rlv iM-M. Cnltlo brnndotl with same brnncl oo til her Hide or hip fi Home on both Btdos. Horso brand TL oti Icdlhip or shoulder, m i i ii i ! " CurneKlo 'Fralaoi' Hango on Colclwu tor, I, T. I. O. Pond DKANBKOSa On 'GClCi- oj I Moron f,h- Bred RTlrt OrvlMt iGO TOi t!;o,t-jriorn Orttllr, MlhAN-M nn, .-..roTNTl KANSAS. (T'fc Sk Siy' arSSSSSSjy S w?Sly Mvi ff r iAHB flw mSUzM r A liAR MAlMvs.-Crori tin right; Under half Crop the left, or reverse. Horse brand I) on left shoulder- BrinRO, Otter Creek, Ind. Trr, 1'. O, Addre js, (.'JWl.Miller, limine well, Ja, Min. NO on leftside ami 101 nml brass knob on ei thor horn. Also JY on left Hide; T cross T h it aide; 1L left loin; e'ne't'd liJi lyin; down on lult loin; circle bar on both laws; X on leftside; LE on rfcht side. JIor6 brand , connected LL on left Hhouldcr. 11 on left sido .X le...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 September 1882

IHE CHEYENtTRANSPORTER. PUDLISHliU BKMI MONTHLY, in tliB Merest ol Indian civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, 11T ADVANCE. NKOttO COLONIES. A Novol Picture of tho Towiih Where the reoiilu (Sot Aloiitf Without Money or ltunkH M cm phis Appeal. Yesterday afternoon nn Appeal ro )orter meUJ. W. Niles, un intelligent colored in tin, who for several years has been engaged hi the work of establish ing negro colonics. He only remained in the city a day. From him the re porter obtained an interesting account of the Nicodcmns colony in Kansas, as well as some facts regarding the es tablishment recently ot a colony in Arkansas. For several years the col ored people have had glittering induce ments held out to them to change homes. Agents have been at work trying to take the negro from the south, his real homo. Mr. Niles is now working against this movement. Ho is doinirall he can to keep the negro f . in the south, and with this object in view, ho is now doing what ho can for the c...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 September 1882

JJW 10 hi I f K SCIENCE. t A good deal of important informa tion concerning ozone 1ms been acquir ed in Franco by Messrs. Chappuis and Haulcfcuillc in a series of experiments upon that active form of oxygen. Their success in liquefying the gas has already bocm mentioned in these col umns. A single drop of dark indigo blue liquid ozone was obtained, under a pressure of one huudred and twenty live atmospheres, and at a temperature one hundred degrees below the zero of the centigrade t hcrmomolcr. After be ing reduced to the liquid slate the evaporation was comparatively slow, even after the pressure was reduced to that of the out-door atmosphere. The same investigators have also found that one of the best means of detecting the presence of ozone is afforded by its spectrum, which is characterized by distinctive bands. Nothing that is not dried in the best manner possible its colors and con figuration preserved as perfectly as the nature of the plant will permit ought ever to be allowe...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 September 1882

.; .. i ii Bin' ymm ft mill '"ww y f M The Transporter IiAFE MEBRITT, Local Editor Unfold ittthxi o8tonicofilD(irlingtdiii US flfcconcl clii88 mutter. t MAIL TIME TABLE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Liii(Ji AHIltVK. From South 10 n. m. Sundays Excepted. AKWVE. Krorti North 11 a.m. Moidays Excepted StagOB, aamo i time, going ,S.. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays;; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S.JF. It. R, TIME TABLE. i.CAM"VKIL STATION. ARHIVI3. DBI'AUT. rassongor. 11 : 50 A. M. I :i : 00 J M. Aeeonnnodation, 8:40 lM. 1 C :20 A.M. Thanks to little Edna Keller for an elegant bouquet. Robt. Curtis was up to Headquar ters on the 30th ult. Mr. J. II. Soger marketed the first new corn on the 2nd inst. J. K. Zimmerman was down to the Agency on the 4th inst. The Frisco railroad is almost completed to the Arkansas river. We turned out some job printing last week for Dr. Hodge, the popu lar Agency physician. Philip Putt, Agency carpenter, put tip a new barn last week,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 September 1882

lUMH ttTTMt TSBjE VOL. IV. DAltLINGTON, I. T., SEPT.. 26, 1882. NO. a. ft MBgWBTOwamegMwmaigrBamMga CHETEME TRANSPORTER i It 'I r It V.l LiH fc V 3. rp the stockmax. There is nothing so guy, As when during May The stockmen arc having their round-up. 2o longer in camp, And in mud houses damp, The jolly cov, hoys arc bound up. The aroxiean pony Ho looks proud and Irony, And seems to feel winter is over.; Cares ad., for his master, And runs all fflie faster, lie is smollisg the grass and the clover. And many a boast Is later shipped East "While westward .goes -many a dollar; So stockmen come all And dress up in the fall, Kejul nobby from the feet to "the collar. Ah theclotlringmcn's "IJoss" ?s vell known Kahn & Sehloss. "Where the stoefcmou all meet and are trading So you'll purchase I guess, At the Jinn "K. & S." Whoso goods wear forever without 'fading. Kahn & Schta, TQC KMSJN S HEAD Q U AKTEH S Cor. M. A.vc. & Main Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. "co.sTvxi) & mossejr" O...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 September 1882

fA wc al NJ5W MUXICO. "Tire fVUi Orflm SIiuhIh Miito In th ProH onco oT Lliu Now. TVIio 1aco motive Depleted ih it Symbol of Civilization. McL. Prcnllnln Chntnplon, The locomotive climbing the Katon L'ass, (where once Hie hardy .scout or hunter carefully mid toilsomely picked Ills way on foot,) .surmounting with slow but ceaseless labor the grade of 185 feet to the mile, never ceasing till the crest is reached, and the pines on tho summit quiver to the whistlcs blast, and then feeling its way carefully down the slope, to finally rush with a triumphant rattle and roar from the "lmdows of the mountain into the .sun light vastness of the plain, is a symbol of the bIowiicss with which a new and intense civilization approached the con fines of New Mexico, and the sudden ness with which it finally invaded and overrun that hitherto silent and voice less empire. The locomotive has always seemed to me the perfection of modern mechan ism. It embodies so much power with lugraeo that is all its...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 September 1882

C? m AXOVBL Villi: DICl'AHTMKNT. "Whut One Scch at u Vim in u German Town. A correspondent, writing from Bay reuth, in describing a (ire, says: The night arrived I nad the unexpected pleasure of seeing a comedy, tt was a genuine (Jerman comedy, too. Its subject-matter was the ellb'rls of the Bay reuth lire brigade to put out a lire. L was awakened from a sound sleep by the loud beating of a drum under my windows. I could hear drums beating in various parts of the city, the church bells were ringing, there was the heavy tramp oi soldiers through the trco, jjcoplG rushing about and shout ing Wre'' in fact, every indication of lire except the noise of the engines. A house a little way down the street was burning. A crowd had gathered there. I found the infantry guarding a patch of beans, the cavalry stationed about the potato patch with Hashing sabers, and the artillery drawn up around a pear tree. The Jinnies were crackling merrily among the beams. At last, around the corner appeared ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 September 1882

V WH JIOJIMIJIf LLWIWimil !! l I WWJ))MJH!WWVW''Wli iryfloamm as wwiynrca(wtsuM.wmJiWBMd ZfXCF I : Kff. The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Ycnr, In Advance. Geo. W. aMapfet, Editor & Propr. DAHLI27GTON, INDIAN TERRITORY SUVT. 26. 1SP9. W1I1V'JUJTWILI THE INDIAN: AND THE U. S. MAILS. THE LOWER AGENCIES. The exports of cattle from Boston for the week ending Sept 151b were lt000 head, besides 2,600 quarters of beef. Samuel Checote, principal chief, is out with a card in the Indian Jxiurnal announcing that there has not been a single case of tun ail-pox it Okamulgee since Aug. 13th. It is not generally kno wn that the Indians understand the utility and convenience of the U. S. mails and make frequent use of them. Besides the large correspondence with their children at Carlisle and other train ing schools, they send moccasins, bead work, leggins and bows and arrowsto 'their children, and receive in. return their photographs and monthly reports of scholarship and deportment. Nearly ...

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