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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 September 1882

IfaaMMMJfYgJMHMMBMitwa XtMJaSIWMWlRIUWIrtUli,I.IM.I)MtyJC3i1W &ttSa& iwtMi'Mix.-ea.,M&natatX2rf1 m M The Transporter LAFI3 MERBITT, Local Editor. Ehtorert uttlio Postollleo ut Darlington,, as soooncl olttHS inuttor. M4 MAiriTIMISTAHLIS. Caldwell & Ft. Sill i.iuo. ARitivu. auuivh. From North Ilium. From South 1C iu.ni. Mondays Excepted. Sundays Excepted. Stages, same time, going s. Tuesdays, '.Thursdays & Saturdays; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. J. H. Soger started for his Pan handle ranch on last Sunday. Dr. Hodge expects his mother here in a few clays, on a vjsit. Dr. LaGardc favored our job de partment with an order this week. F. W. Ticman is now engaged on the brick work of the new Mcnno- nite mission. Lieut. Rogers, post adjutant, had some blank orders struck at this oflice last week. Mr. 0. J. Woodard (inspired by the increase in his family) has add Gd an addition to his residence. The Agency schools arc now under successful headway, and the qu...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 September 1882

1 THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, ruiiLisiihD sBMr monthly, Ih tlie Interest or Indian Civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. UAIVTUKKH Y PIKATKS. AUvcmturo In Cntnil Ainroieii -Tins Ta- UWi TuriuMl. New York Tlmon, Aim. m. William Jcx & Co., of No. '18 Beaver street, learned yesterday that the schooner Transit, which belongs to them and plies between Corn island and the Mosquito coast, in Central America, was recently boarded by six Spanish pirates, who captured the vessel, but woro afterward overpowered by the crew and were delivered to the nearest United States consul for punishment. Messrs. Jcx & Co. supply the inhabi tants of the Mosquito coast, who are principally engaged in the rubber trade, with provisions, etc. The linn has es tablished a depot at Corn island, which is a short distance off the coast. The supplies are usually taken to this is land by steamer and from there are distributed at the little ports along the coast by a lleet of small American...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 September 1882

T AUltlCULTUUAL UKPOKT.S. Tlin Lute Publication of Atfrloulturul Ko nortH Cause Them to JJo of Liitlo Value. Chicago Times. A liircre sum is annually spent by tho national government in preparing and publishing the report of the com missioner of agriculture and the ac companying documents. The reports are not as valuable as they might be, but whatever value they do possess is chiefly lost in the delay in issuing them. They are always a year and often two years "behind"' time.'1 What is true of the reports of the national depart ment of agriculture is also true of the reports of state boards. They are printed and circulated so late that they do comparatively little good. Taken all in all, the agricultural literature furnished at the public expense comes the nearest to being entirely useless of any that is published. It is a little too recent to take a place among works de voted to antiquities and entirely too old to rank with modern literature. Un less the voulmes prepared by the na ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 September 1882

mHMm MaantfjiUu'a A.L. DBAN. CAL. DHAN DEAN BEOS.. DBrcodors oi' Thorough-Brod and Graded Short-Horn. Cattle. AKICANSAM CITY, COWJ IV, COrs'l'V KANSAS. DiriCEY BROS. Cantonment Ind. Ty Ranch North and South Canadian riv ors. ('attlo branded with same brand on either Bide or hip & Hoinoon both sides. Horse brand TL on loll hip or shoulder, Carnegie Fraiscr Jr Range on Coltlwa ter. J, T. O. Fond i Additional brands i imuM.MmmiiKjm n juiuiw jurt P (principally on left t f it 9 t r, I I 5 VI EAR MMlKM. -(roplhe right; Under lmlf ( rop the left, or ro cr.se. .Horse brand J) on left shoulder- Range, Otter Crook, Ind. Tor, ww.tiiwty Rvtn WwlM. rr a&ffi-V I. O, Address, i.i W Miller, Jltmiie well, .Kun. NO on leftside inn J101 unci bi'ii.N ."knob on oi lhor horn. Also ,JV on lel'l side; T cross T left Hlile; IC left loin; c'ne't'd LK ivinir i ImKIIuiIe wJlfTL rUSsj. Sir w li fi i frn n nVifwt lfir f a?8$feL I Jv?2WttJ&&mr.r.iin.i-ir -.y:OiffMtvtJ . Uj... n-. -ai- down on lof...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

1$ aKytftrgTWivVcirairarjfflrnrTCff w VOL. IV, DAltLTNGTON, I. T., OCT. i;j, 188 2. N O. ,L. !:JU'ii)i53T5CTMtrrayatUiEaffjntnCT riaemeKTBtxvaaxxna Mxntu'JiJuifMJscjrcxMer.'xv xsxxsMizKiZKBJaxxLXCijnaunBaatiti&sutfx iiTTT?'V'lj1Vr"TT7 I'lTK STOCKMAN. llmiv i mnhlnfj an guy. As when during Slay Tho slocUiiu n arc bavlnf Chclr rottart.ap. No longer in camp, Ami In muilliouso- dftmp, Tho jolly row boy n - i bound up. Tlio Mohican pony ITo looks proud and tony, And socms to foci v. iutor is over?; Cares ad., ior hifc master, And runs all the ftv-ter, lie Is smelling tho sras ftad tittO olQVor. And many a boast Is later shipped East While westward goes many a dollar; So stockmen come all And dross up in tfio flail, Ileal nobby from tho feet to tho oollar. As thcclothingmon's Toss" 7s well known Kalm & Sehloss. Where the stocrrmen all meet and arc trading So you'll purchase I guess, At tho firm "K. & 8." Whose goods wear forever without fading. Kalm k SbMoss, STOC KMEN'S HEADQ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

MY N-KJGlIllOJt. JTLIb hands were hard with honest toil, His cheeks by summer tunned A freeman on his native soil, An owner of the land; Ills bread was sweet, and calm and deep And restful his untroubled sleep. Tou might have thought my neighbor rough, Unskilled in his ways to win, Hut his great heart was large enough To take the whole world in: A friend of Buttering and distress, -Grand in his self-forgetful ness. I saw him oft and knew him well, And loved him all the more: And many a grateful heart could tell Of sorrows that he bore, And heavy burdens, not his own, Hut carried for love's sake alone. Tender of heart, yet true as steel Where honor led the van, In shade or shine, through woe or weal, A friend to God and man ; And every boon the Kather sent Out through his life to others went. A Christian not alone in name lie followed Christ the Good, And when at last the summons came, Staunch at his work he stood : Strong in the strength of duty done, JIo dropped hut with the harnes...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

lb J, I IIEItUEKT SPI2XCI&II. iii i -.) Tho VWukonud Hoalt,1i,orthnOruiit Think r-!liH Trip to tlio Cutskills unci His Future I'laiiH. A lottor from Montchiir, N. J., to tho Now York Evening; Post says: I met recently, an old friend of Herbert Spen cer. 4You have no idea," said he, "how broken-down that man is. lie can't sleep he can'tcalm himself. lie refused to see gentlemen in this city with whom henad been in correspond ence for years refused to even accept letters from them. As for myself, who have known him for a longtime, he dis missed me peremptorily and hurried oil to the Windsor hotel soon after reach Ihe city. He not only wouldn't talk philosophy with anybody, but h wouldn't talk anything else. The fact is he couldn't. The voyage was too much for him in his present state. He took it as a tonic, but it didn't agree with him, and now he is roaming among the Catskills, nobody knows where, in company with an old Fng- nsn menu, jlui jjoli, who was nis com pagnon du voyage,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

MA' KKIGIIIIOK. WLin hands were hard with honest toil, IUb checks by summer tunned A freeman on his native soil, An owner of the land ; Ilis bread was sweet, and calm and deep And restfnl his untroubled sleep. You might have thought my neighbor rough, Unskilled In his ways to win, But ids great heart was large enough To take the whole world in: A friend of suffering and distress, Grand in his self-forgetfulness. I saw him oft and knew him well, .And loved him all the more: And many u grateful heart could tell Of sorrows that he bore, And heavy burdens, not his own, Hut carried for love's sake alone. Tender of heart, yet true as steel Where honor led the van, In shade or shine, through woe or weal, A friend to (tod and man; And every boon the Father sent Out through his life to others went. A Christian not alone in name lie followed Christ the Good, And when at last the summons came, Staunch at his work he stood: Strong in the strength of duty done, JIo dropped hut with the harness o...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

lb t HEltUEllT SI'tiXCKIl. The Wttulconofl HonltKorthoOrciit Think r Ills Trip to tho CiitHkllls itntl His .Future IMiiiiH. A letter from Montclair, N. J., to the New York Evening Post says: I met recently, tin old friend of Herbert Spen cer. "You have no idea," said lie, "how broken-down that man is. lie can't sleep he can't calm himself. He refused to see gentlemen in this city with whom he Tiad been in correspond ence for years refused to even accept letters from them. As for myself, who have known him for a longtime, he dis missed mc peremptorily and hurried oil' to the Windsor hotel soon after rcaeh the city. Ho not only wouldn't talk philosophy with anybody, but he would irt talk anything else. The fact is he couldn't. The voyage was too much for him in his present state. He took it as a tonic, but it didn't agree with him, and now he is roaming among the Catskills, nobody knows where, in company with an old Eng lish friend, Mr. Lott, who was his com pagnon du voyage, and who ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

iawitft'!yfeurtWaMaTr :uJJir.,ranl.MnwiJiH:ywM The Transporter Hnb- ilptlon.tjd i j Ni-iv, In .ltii"(. (iKoi W. MAFi'r:r, i'Milnr & 1'ropr. 1) ARLINGTON, INDIAH TERITOUY Til. Lincoln, ono of the C hrrd hosses, has heen under tho weather of Into, nnd in at tho Agency for recuperation. Til. is one of Mont gomery AT Ohurn's valuable men. The Oklahoma papers alone the border are venting considerable i-pleen on Lieut. Taylor, of Ft. Rono, who recently refused to surrender I'ayne to the civil authorities while en route to Kt. Smith. It is amus- A N"KW fKA I j FOR THK int? to note tho ridiculous lengths to winch thov carry their tirades. ex t. i .. !-'. traksportkr. fn co,iM-(juen( of the ( i(ii ns of Parlinj-'lon wanting tin ir school lious,e(oeeupied hy the Than. 'roin'KJt for a year or more pat) for a private school, am vacated the building week before last, and, at present, the Tiianspoktkk is temporarily located in a wall tent. The lumber for a neat building has been ordered, and ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

nSftM5W nWUHu? hi The Transporter liAi'E HCBIIITT, Local Editor. Eiittmd utibe J'nstoinpiiatDjirliJiKlon, . StiCOlKl ( luv. llluiU'l. M ML rl .vj.'j !'i i;. GuM'.rll tS: ft. ill J . ahkiw'. in,..:. From North 11 h. n. junM. '-cm :. li n. m, ilumlayu Exin'iitutl. Suwl.ya fte )U(I. SiftjfCtJ, HRino imo, B1n? S Tuv!:i;', TliuiMUayB& Saturdays; 0,1.(5 . iioinlayM, Wednesdays A Fridays. A. T. St S. F. It. It, T1MK TA IlLE. CAr 1)H'CJ,L STATION. in;rAii Punongoi'. Accommodation, AnmvK. 11:50 A.M. 1 8 -no V. V. h: 10 P.M. I 6:20 A.M. Subscribe for lh Tijn pouter only one dollar per your. Our cir culation is quite large at present, but we o pe?t to make il roach two thousand copies before volume four is out. as we desire to benefit our advertisers vtho ha?o been so liberal in planting their "ads' in our columns, Alkh ij a proof of its wJ1!" us an advertising modium.-r The fact Iking that the Tit a nkimutcu is the only paper published within a radius of "oer a .hundred miles, it contains...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

THE CHEYENNE TRAHSPORTER. rUBLISIIICD 815MT MONTHLY, Ib Hie Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ALL SORTS. Hawking is once more becoming fashionable in France. A Michigan girl has removed her nineteen warts with tomato juice. Last week's races at Charter Oak park, Hartford, brought about $8,000 proits. Charlie Ford, who shot Jesse James, has gone back to Missouri to die of consumption. A Chinaman has just harvested a crop of excellent ginger on Merced river in California. Virginia has 172 tobacco factories, which consume 48,000,000 pounds of the weed annually. Memphis has one-seventh of the whole number of cotton-seed-oil mills in the entire country. An Oneida county hop-grower ex pects to realize $'10,000 from his ninety five acre crop this year. Anton Weidcr, accused of the at tempted muidcr of the Eckes brothers at Wahpcton, has been discharged. The Turkish government has bought two hundred Nordenfeldt machine guns in England, paying for...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

11 1 Tho Tlino for Planting an Orchard, American Agriculturist The discussions as to tlic most favor able time for tree planting, as a gener al thing, favor the autumn, but not withstanding this, by far the greater number wait until spring. There are many points in favor of autumn plant ing in all the milder parts of the country. In the far northern localities, where winter sets in abruptly, spring planting is to be preferred. But as a general thing, our autumn is prolonged, the transition from summer to winter is very gradual, and we have then the most delightful weather of the whole year. At this time the soil is in the best condition for working, not having lost it3 genial warmth; not only can the work be done with greater comfort and more rapidity, but the soil is in the best condition to receive the roots. A tree is not a mere dead stick, to be set in the ground as if it were a post; it is still alive, though its vitality is not manifest; after the roots are placed in the sou, ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 October 1882

vggaw.t!0tlaiaTjrJVJrt3rxjtsf r. nnKHtnr iuiuMi.'ii:uanj-iinwriUmuuuMJUiiijiuiuuuii.iiJUJauy HimMneiimK9mt!Brv KX AL.DliAN. CAL. DKAN DEAN KRQS., Broodors of Thoroufrh-Brocl and Gradod Short-Horn Cattle. AltKANHAS CITY, COWI.IiV, COTSTV KANSAS. EAR MAltKs. Cropllio ricjlil; Under linlf Crop the Uil. or 'evorse. llorso brand D on loll shoulder- BanBO, Otter Crook, Tnd. Tor, (1 Y Miller, Ilium ow oil, Kun. NO on loll Hide and 101 undbnisM knob on ei ther horn. Also .IY on loft side; T cross T loft Jffe d(P uaJXSamKfiljM v.avsi a Hido; 10 left loin: o'no't'd l.lf ivlmr fU5WMti,'5iJ'-.i'' down on loft loin; circle bar on boh jaws; X on left side; LK on right aide, llorso brand , connected LK on left shouldor. 11 on Jolt side X left bin and dowluppod. Sylvester FJitch, Manager. Halt. Fork Hunch. T S Ilutton, Skeleton IT Also circle; circle bar ; bar circle ; ba r c i r c 1 e heart: circle willi perpon dicular bar; circle with liorl v5on tnl bar, all on lclt side. m 'eflf ..t-v.. fiMiy aW...

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 November 1882

v WWCSWStaWWWPW www inj.iuwmMWMuaMUffnWnaw CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER, Gno. W. Maki'ijt, Kdltor & Pranr. (KS'MAX AND 4'L'OCIC .70UKWAL.) LAl?K AlUlUlITT, LiOOftl EtlltOf i -ik- vol. rv. Cheyanne & Arapahoe Agency, Darliugton, Indian Torritory, Nov. 25, 1882. No. 5. aeagnnRinricnncsisautctsua cfgtf taBvmT.vram ami- u4j.itmna3pfB rrawMtAut.J!'.JCtiuiiijuA.itjjjteuJjujij0jLwurTB li ' THK STOCIOIAX. Tln-re Iri nothing so ny, As when during May U'hu Htoclnnun aro having tlioir vouit&tip. Xo longer In camp, And in imulliousas damp, 'i'hevjoft.y cYipfojg.s arojiound'ivp. The Mexican pony Ho looks proud and tony, h And KUomR to loci winter is ovci; ,Garos ad., for hii master, . And runs all Hip faster, Ho is smelling Ihu gra-ss And UftS aluvur. And ninny ;i bca-i 13 later shipped Ka-t ' While wpslwanl.goos many a dollar; So Rlockmcn conioa.ll And dross up in tho lull, ileal nohhy from tho foot t.o tho oOllnr. As tho olotnrni,'mon' "Ross" " " Is well known Kahn & Schloss. . ' Where...

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 November 1882

THE CE TRANSPORTER PUBLISHED 8KMI MONTIILT, Ii till Ulcrest of Indian civilization aid Process. .TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ALL SORTS. Flats arc getting extremely popular in Chicago. The gold fever is again on the rise in Buckingham, Va. Los Angeles, Cat., hogs are being shipped to Honolula. Counterfeit tickets in the last Ha vana lottery are reported. The loss of the Pennsylvania state fair this year was over SIJOOO. Philadelphia manufactured $10,000, 000 worth of umbrellas last year. The North Carolina tobacco crop promises to be exceptionally good. It is estimated that Alabama will turn out 1370,000 tons of pig-iron in 1888. The prairies of West Texas literally swarm with plover, young doves, and quail. Forty-two divorce suits arc docketed for trial in the Washington count) court, Tex. The largest cucumber on record was raised at Jasper, Ga. It weighs thirty live pounds. A tunnel is projected under the Elbe, between Hamburg and Switzerland, to cost $5,000,000. A runaway cou...

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 November 1882

cr I A LOCAL AUKICULTUUAL, SOCIETIES. Tho Good "Work that May Uo Accom plished by Local Societies of Farmers. Chlcngo Times. Most of the state and agricultural so cieties in the west arc simply associa tions for holding annual fairs. The fairs held under their management vary but little from year to year, and the fair of one county closely resem bles those held in the neighboring ones. Had some rural Hip Van Winkle' gone to sleep on a fair ground twenty years ago and woke up during some fair now in progress, he would probably think that he had taken only a short nap. Ho would see substantially the same things he was looking at two de cades ngo, and would iind them ar ranged in the same manner. There would be the same meager displays of farm products, similar herds of cattle that are on starring expeditions, and the same anxious crowd waiting for the horse trot to commence. Apparently the same exhibitions would be goino on under canvas tents, while harsii voices would be inviting per...

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 November 1882

IWIltH.f ...... Hhtt J-M-ff-VHi i.MjiBm'H'iiwa l mm jh i v-vh-j ali i-f-m--- twnfin f1wr .WW LLT "JkU lul U aCgrgiT TIPTfTr?' Lf g -j----- -- fMWM-,grfer. tJ V7VfSs4ArSiri&TSJSJt ftMttiAJ&ffMn Thl Transporter' JX.JSZJnO RANCHMEN! Parties finding htrays in any brand? Advertised in this paper vnll confer a favor by dropping n? a card or writing to the owner. , .-.-..., .-..v-. M., , v 1-..V v . v .,V.-Wl . ,-.c-J granny tax iron, the cattlemen of Jt?-j axn jx j . a-c.7 thestnph,ringthepalt,,n. , & ,...-.. Subscription, $1 per Yer. In Adrsace. Rrttf-r -B- Karnvfrr John Carmark has been appoint-' A intuiiMi -t tltid on.) (Ka , .!;. ROBERT CURTIS AF.KANPA- riTV. KAV-., fort :. lni. Ter J ANOTHER CALL. Agency to Wk after the brands of. :,?Ei!ii,JTSSS.'?i,hM miii.. uum EM . . . - ..... ft4.ul.k. . ft I VfttTi.MaV of a till nunth tr V V V ? aUM..rw nruees , ,u .Ultra . i.n vt u iuii ,m,II- He ha? bon on dutV 5CVera Weeks cr-CV.:rmn or other in rtMlromnf PuM .. Willi oro-s on e'....

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 November 1882

0 9 ltfH4MMhMMMi1iMt!Jttmi smiwMvfo.ttwBa'a.rj.mmiK.imi . itiWMt rjr-im. ut cwimiuiUU X5- SPORT O rF I? I .J JL JL JLJJLJ Guo. W. Maitf.t, Editor & l'ropr. (IN'l)lAN AND RTOCIC .MWUS U,.) -Mm-2-. hArii JVr.itui it. Local hMltor. Vol. IV. Choyenna & Avapahos Agency, Darlington, Indian Torritor I JLOO. No. 5. MttJlmMXHMlMmHmKrtt.T1ZltmxraYJZUxUHVlyxtxvKx?slrxyxKx: ram"" . nui l iimii wish .umni, I u I 'LLm-LiliJMimui mimmm iimMiu mm Vent TRAIN Q At, Wm. Morris & Co, (M. MORitlS- J. A. JOV1NOT0N.) Wholesale and retutl donlaro in GROCERIES ? FLOUR, FEED, DET GOODS Notions. Provision!!, imd Ycz Is:. tors' supplies aspoMaUy. jSSKonvardlng Ajjenls to all points In the InUlau Territory. '9 Caldwell, Kansas. nrTT lUJll ITXTPTTO A TTP"D "DPAQ .JL X AJ X2l 0 JLJJLIj JU'JLiA.NJi J O vj? 6i Fimni 'Vvrf. -.'-.! t;ta JL JL ill I J i V Via Iri -AT- ARKANSAS CITY, 0 KANSAS. M ecei?e Fresh Goods Daiij -o- STAR LIVERY & FEB STABLES, ARKANSAS CITY, KAB.. BIUIABD, nmiW & ED,, Props. ...

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 November 1882

i, - ifcmunmttiowmwiMijifrrjniitajwi .- The Transporter F011T K15N0 NOTES. Mrs. Lieut. Huston has been quite siok for awhile, but is now fully recovered. Mr. C. K. Slokc is in the post. He intends starting u new trading store at the Agency. Gen. Sheridan has ordered A. Ger hard I, (he clerk in the adjutant's oilice, to division headquurtcrs for duty. Vrhe transit of Venus across the aim's disc was observed herealso the change of weather which occur red afterward. On the letinst. a sale of condemn ed stock by the quartermaster took j)lace. A good price was realized for all the animals. We had an alarm of fire on Y( d nesday night, last, but happily it was only a chimney burning out in the company kitchen. A colored soldier died at the post hospital a week ago. He was a now arrival from ine cast, and was desig nated to a company at Ft. Sill. Major Bennett took advantage of the recent cold snap and has par tially filled the now ice house with fine three inch ice, from the pond novthwe'...

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