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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1882

73 ST ffTAICYMK1 jjwgaMwwBtwmw JUMwwiRTw--fBvrunrAivrftT"ri H .1 i HE 1 RANSPORTFT3 Thomas Lemons wont north since - ' - J.-. ,,, i, .,..- .. -IT. .. 1 "! . . win uiM i.tMii' wilii a jjcru oi ioriy hve ponies, picked up in the Wichi ta country. M. T. Johnson is now in X. V. City, and writes that hit? health is much benefited. He -is thinking of n trip across the Atlantic before returning. Entered Uuho Fostofllce iitDnrliiiJ'ton, us second chi) matt or. MAIL TIMET A M,K. CuMwell A Ft. s jj,,,., AKHHK I AHIIIVr. imm North Hit. m. From South " 10 ji. m. Mniiiinyshxcpptori. Sumliiys JCxeuptefl. Sin pen, jwum linn, goinjf S.r TtJC'sQays, ThvvMlnyS,8nlurcliiyii; going X. Mondays, Wr-'noadaya ft lrlrtfiya. A. T. A ?. F. R. II, TIMK TAULK. t'ALnWr.Ll. STATUS'. AUinvii. msiiAtiT. I'msciiKOr. 11:50 A.M. I :00P. at. Accommodation. S.MO P. M. 1 5: 20 A. M. Rev. J. B. Vtficks returned from Fort Sill vesterdav. Thanksgiving comes next Thurs day, the "30th. Skirmish for a turkey. Miss Lizzie Yety ...

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 November 1882

IIKAMNU 1JY VHAYKll AND FAITH. -' tTHHip Meeting; ut the "Mount Zlon Suno ttmry" A Wolril Scone Alleged Cure. New York Hcrnld. A dusty trump over a lumpy, uneven road, backward from Greenville station, on ihn Now Jersey Central railroad, brings the seeker after "salvation for soul and body," promised in advertise ments in the newspapers, to the camp meeting grounds of the "Mount Zion : Sanctuary." The Mount Zion Sanctuary is not an ordinary camp meeting. Its distinguish ing; characteristic lies in the fact that those who attend it have an abiding faith in the efficacy of prayer not only to heal the ills of the soul, but those of the body as well, and the time of the meeting was mainly taken up with the relation of experiences by those who cither in their own persons or by obser vation had evidence of the healing power of prayer and faith. The walls "were covered with scriptural quotations, such as "Holiness in the Lord," "Be hold, we bring ghul tiding of great joy," "Salvation by pr...

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 November 1882

cr nation in a wild and, save by the red men, an unfrequented country, path loss only to the moccasined foot, after awhile convinced him that it was best to submit patiently to his wrongs, and trust in God. When he had been with them about a year, his faithful fulfilment of the menial tasks allotted to him, his cheer ful, contented air, his manly bearance of his captivity, so impressed the In dians that they relaxed somewhat their severity, and occasionally allowed him to wander oil' a piece in" the woods, or ramble beside the river. He was seated, one bright, autumnal after noon, on a log that had fallen close to the water's edge, sadly musing on his lone and desolate condition, and won dering if he should ever again see the faces of those whose memory was so holy, when suddenly a low, cooing sound, like the notes of a dove, broke the deep sjlence that reigned. Hugh heard it for some moments without observing it very closely, for he was intently looking into the dark ened future. B...

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 November 1882

WWMIWWfWi ! i ami i iiurj,UMWljMUtiiiltwnUBWMU-iHnrxiJWiJi'Trt uvim i uw iw A I,. DlUN. UAL. IM'AJf DEANBKOS., Broodors of Thoroupjh-Brod and Oradod Short-Horn Oattlo. AUKA.NHA CmVCOWIKY COfXTV, KAH. is? -V" SsPXHlTI rLS'S- rw 7P SHHfH jsgftHHBuHftUK iiMiMimim iQhtmi BraflBlLjMfiLV lv- i K! ApTr MVl: .- GWilqpffff Jt'.TiMI.. t1rf US' t A r ..fm.' i ru,- n . v-v TV ' S"fiS -"' vkses) MKWGV 25 w.y.'. Mai1 (wW teg&tlUX. KAU AlAUKs. -C'rontho right; Under Imlf Crop the loft, or reverse. rioiMo brand D on left Hhoulder. Uanpro, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, (J W AIM lor, flUMUl' well, Kitn. NO on lelt side and 101 and brass knob on ol thcr liorn. Also .IV on loll side; T cross T loft Hide; 10 loll loin ; o'no't'd I K lotmr down on left loin; circle baron both jaws; X. on left side; LK on right Hide. Horse, brand , connected Lk on loft shoulder, llonlelt Hide X left hip and dewlnppod. Sylvester Flitch, Manager. Milt Eo"k Hunch. T S Mutton, .Skeleton IT .Also circle; circle bur ; bur circle ;...

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 December 1882

w. I V -J"" ) gp& W TRANSPORTER. ii Geo. W. Maffet, Editor & I'ropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUNVL.) JAKr, Mkuuitt. Looal Editor. Vol. IV. Choyenno & Ar.vpah.oa Agonoy, Darlington, Indian Territory, D33. 11, 1882. No. Oo H'JIJPIUlUJOJWMJUU OHE i EJN KE V THE STOCKMAN.- Th'oro la nothing bo guy,. Ah vrlien during May The stoefcmen are having-tltolrroumUup.-2o longer in camp, And iii mud housuH damp, The Jolly cow boyaavc bound up. The Mexican pony Ho looks proud and tony, . And scema to feel winter is oror;' Caros ad., for his master, Ahd runa all the faster, JIo laaiuolling the grass and the clover.- And many abeaat' Is later shipped ISast' While westward goes-many a dollar;: So Btock'men cornc all! And dress up in the fall, Ifaal nobby from -the feet to the collar:- Aa the clothingiuen's "Boss" Is well known Kahn & Suhloss.. Where the stocKmcn all meet and aro trading So you'll "purchase l'guoss, At tlio Arm "K. & S." Whose goods wear forever without fading. Kahn. &...

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 December 1882

KJDM A WJMTKll JDYL A man stood on the bath-room floor i While raged the storm without vOuc hand was on the water valve, The other on the spout. 'He fiercely tried to turn the plug, Hut all In vain he tried '"I rcc It all I am betrayed The water's froze!" ho cried. e) UDo-vii -to the kitchen then he rushed, . And In the basement dove, (Long s-trlvcd he for to turn the plugs Jjut all In vain lie strove. 'Thc hydrant may be running yet," If o -cried In hopeful tone Alas, the hydrant too was froze Ab bUII as any stone. "TlNsrvs came a burst the water pipes And olugs oh, where were they J AYsks of the soulless plumber man Who called around next day. Denver Tribune. "IN THE MABERLY MINE. 'John Wallace!" called the mine superintendent through the speaking g down enough show thorn through the mine and rtis- nono the wiser. Now tliat miss them they hud come, too, I was glad of the T had visitors You will bo kind arc coming down - pipe, "some : tii f.lin ciiffn. w..w. . ,,.... rw ..............

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 December 1882

, "W,m ' .! i 2 "cm SCIENCE. Croatian bread, recommended for use in time of famine, is prepared by baking a mixture of corn, maize and becchwood llo'U', the latter being soaked in water. M. Quel maintains that the forces of induction developed in bodies by the sun through its rotation vary, all other things being equal, in inverse ratio to the square of the distance. SheJlield, England, is about to en deavor to secure from parliament, through the corporation, full power to light the streets, public buildings, and private residences with electricity. It is estimated that the annual iron production oi the world is 19,d87,G10 tons, and of this, Great Britain, the United States, Germany and France con tribute 88.4 per cent the first two G-1.3 per cent. One of the munificent patrons of sci ence, Mr. Thomas Coates, ofFcrguslic, Scotland, "has just presented the Pais ley Philosophical institute with an ob servatory on Oakshaw Hill worth about $00,000. Of the 140,000 known species of plants...

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 December 1882

ii ii mm am r r irrt in St' w S sV Benedict. T"ttt- np -k -o t- ti -r- t--n Indian inspector. S. . B JL rlli 1 Ki.NDrUK I r,lx audy appointed from 'Kansas, ha been at the Agency the paft ten Fort Grifiin. Texas, The secretary of the interior hap ! d.a n Rn official '?nctn. Al dacided to Wle another Indian in- though a new nian in the service. dustrial school at or near Lawrence. , his inpecnon has been very com- Kansas P ,n etA"' and "ere ,s no doubt ' j out that he will soon become one of The Ciesset fays that Ja. Lock- the most thorough uaen in the ser- ard reports the cattle of the Send J vice. creek and Hackberry v in good j gwvi commencef nnder pe for the winter and the range u fom fcarling- in the aft of condition. Alto that ! to CanUmment. Tbe mail ieav i,ne same ixoi wm soon nave meir Dariinffton cm jfondavs, Wednes new pasture fence completed. daTg anJ Yntox at G a. m., anc We are in need of a couple of v e are in rcu u. iuu.c u s turf at 9 p. m ?2f vi ITSS1 f rJiUl Darling...

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 December 1882

. v J 7 )NTwrrHMwiiiwera58it?fjiMmjwaaM (.no. W. Maitft, teilltor & I'ropv. (IM)IVN AND STOCK .IO,KVI..) I. a it. Mi:mtrrr. Local Editor. yl Vol. IV. Choyanne & Arapahoy Atjoncy, .Darlington. Indian Territory, Der. 11, 1882. tx-Msrrin'nTixvWl'ltM-t&'ifr'JxmtSfinmmixtxsrvrjrs MpatJMMBSo SUPPLEMENT. 1 it AJN b r U li 1 fj ft Wm. Morris & Co., (M. MOlllll -i- A. .0 i.V i'".) Ml.J(V.U!P 'fil fin' (lKllM-3 In GROCERIES .ghiff: D A U JbJtli B KO XOTIC10 TO CATTl.KMKX, FIX) UK, FEKD, DKY GOODS Notions, Provisions, and Frols ler.s SupDllus u Specialty. SXT Forwarding Agents to all points In th Indian Territory. i 7 M 1 tH 8 R j y E 3 ! H m H fi 1 U n In L W ri h '1 1 1 1 i i i j I i ly I ei a I 1 1 V D 1 U I ? i a I i P ' mi A I i g 51 r ' I u I1 R 8 i i I y III!! 1 a I M a ti H r 0 it If P ' 1 fl H IE RI V M 13 1 R l 0 i( 11 ti cl l1 . ft K u K H HH n K c fl! u $1 ti i tj u n ' i q n n H ft Si II I illiH W W wCa tilh WLjti iai &i 8 tw hS CkW t&t rfr J& w SAm i I...

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 December 1882

JSs iMXnnAm m n i mi , .muf JUST ARRIVED ! The Transporter rn T. E. HOUGHTON. A, L.v pf h' FORT RENO NOTES. t Mr3. Lieut. Huston has been quite sick for awhile, but if now fully recovered. Mr. C. E. Stokes is in the poet. Ho intends starting a new trading store at the Agency. Gen. Sheridan has ordered A. Ger hardt, the clerk in the adjutant's office, to division headquarters for duly. The transit of Venus across the aun's disc was observed here also the- change of weather which occur red afterward. On the 1st imt. a sale of condemn ed stock by the quartermaster took place. A j?ood price was realized for all the animals. We had an alarm of ire on "Wed 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 new arrival from tne east, 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 new ice house with fine thr...

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 December 1882

"I ! "V "0 ! ., wMWlwaMfcwiiUiiijiwimjl"iJwjmwtjjjwcji)mwit - 1IT- i ii i i i - - - - - UM01 K,fHHHBH Vsrfmnwtotiu n The Transporter Subscription, $1 pur Year, In Advance. Entered rtttho Postolllce ut Darlington, us aeoond clasa nnittur. MAIL TIM KTAULI2. CuMwcll &"nTsill Lino. AHIUVK. AlMtTVR. From North 11 k. m. From South 10 a. in. Mondays Except ud. Sundays Excepted. Stagey, same time, going S. Tuesdays, ThurHdHys&Saturdaya; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. 'A. T. & S. F. R. R, TIME TA15LK. CALDWELL STATION. AUUIVi:. -DKPAHT. Passenger. liroOA.M. I !t:flO 1.M. Accommodation, S:40P. M. 1 ft: -JO A. M. jauaaugaunx3aiiiacftM?K'ff,sii.rf4THita,1rvK Go to T. Connell's Headquarters for holiday goods. What-has become of our Wichita Agency correspondent? Mrs. McCurdy, of the Arapahoe mission, received. her new organ last week. Rev. Wicks has added a neat'litlle frame barn to the conveniences of his residence propert'. Our efficient Agency clerk, Mr. 0. J. Woodard,...

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 December 1882

3 CO CO g j o OS CD CO CD 3 C3 O lb CD GO n P o 1-3 4 EIDENOTJK & THOMPSON fe W El Watchmakers and Jewelers, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. EBTrompt attention slvon to HKl'AIItlNO WATCH IiS and other JEWELRY buut us by Mull or Express. THE CHEYENNE TRRHSPORTER. Is the only Paper publislicd within n radius of a hundred milea. sinliscilptioii. $l.00Fer Year, In Aaranco. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. IUUi for Dliplqr AdYftrtlic wntj Made kw StWtiWWk THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. PUHLISIIfcD 6ISMI MONTHLY, In the Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. i ii i i ' HOUSEHOLD NOTES. To Cook a Ham. Simmer it in water to whieh a large cupful of coarse brown sugar and a pint of sherry have been added. It is incomparably supe rior in taste to ono that has been boiled in the ordinary way. Ckeam Bake. Three and a half cups of Hour, three cups of sugar, one cup of butter, one cup of milk, five eggs, one teaspoon ful of soda and one of cream tartar. This will make a...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 December 1882

7-1 1 1 UN II Y CHOUGH: 'Our AiiKlo-Ssixon Civlltxntlon Declining A.MInnto and Scathing -Anul.vslrf of the Universal Prevalence of Wrong. When Men Cense to Head, Uooks "Will Klndlo Fires and bo iUudo into Cartridges. To turn a republican government in to a despotism the basest and most brutal, it is not necessary to formally change its constitution or abandon popular elections. It was centuries after Ciusar before the absolute master of the Roman world pretended to rule other than by authorit' of a senate that trembled before him. But forms are nothing when sub stance lias gone, and the forms of pop ular government are those from which the substance of freedom may most easily go. Extremes meet, and a gov ernment of universal suffrage and theo retical equality, may under conditions which impel the change, most readily becomo a despotism. For there, des potism advances in the name and with the might of the people. The single source of power secured, everything is secured. There is no ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 11 December 1882

MtmMmtdumliumtAMMmmi i.riD&AN. Cat,. Dhan . DEAN BROS., Bftmlorn of Thorough-Bred and arndod Short-Horn Cattle. MIC 1X8 AS CITV, COW! UV COI'NTV, K13. I)i 'KICV 1JH03. r- cantonment lud. Ty lliutcii ortn ana South Canadian rlv. era. Cattle branded with same brand on c'ther side or hip & some on both sides, iloro brand TL on left hip or shoulder, nyrrrrrf Tiiwft'iiifiir 'iiirrnirtiim mikM'mimiimmiimtim'Xh i ..J? 2S0S r 1 lc:fc-,wr'TrHnT1f nil' h. ? vv .. ' rsznj BcSrara &rfr W-tTttJS. Mf!Vlf 1..1 rf. te&is 'X'rt. EAk MAUKS.-cropthe right; I'ndor half ,. Crop the led, or reverse. lloYAo brand 1) on left shouldor. Range, Ottor Crook, I ml. Ter, '.W Miller, limine well, Kyn. NO on leftMdo and 101 and bntsa knob on el. thbr horn. Also JV on left wide; r cross T loft aide; IC led loin; o'ne'tM idy lyinjr down on left loin on left ido, IT j 0. CwSPBS3Vj2BCf " circle lir on both Jaws; 2 mm l'ti'lit slilo. ilnrsn mintl . connected LK on led shoulder. 11 on lott V' v ll, m" ai...

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 December 1882

rf v'fjtf.fcWwfl nil1-lfili llBIHiMlliai -. CHEYEME TRANSPORTER Gr.o. W. Mafftct, Editor & I'ropr. (INDIAN SV 8TOGK JnUltN'XL.) Lai'e Miiiutirr Lojitl l iltor. Vol. IV. AiwUs miaAwHwwin Choyonno & Araphoo Agrency, Darlington,-Indian Torrttory, Ddx 20, 1882. KMOBMNHMMIMf Ho.:7. Mi THE STOCKMAN. ' Thero Is nothing so pay, An Tvhon during May Tho stocklnun nro having their roubd-up. No longer in eunip, And In mud housos ilninp; The Jolly cow boys uro bound up. Tho Mexican pony "Ho looks proud and ton:,, And veoins to foci winter Is ovor; Carcn ad., for Ida muster, And mna all'tho faster, Ho Is aimdlinjr the grass and the clover. And many n beast Is later Tihippcxl 'East' While westward goes mana''dollar; So" stockmen come all And dross up In the fall, Heal nobby from tho led to the collRr Aj tho clothinjpncn's "Bos" IS well known Kuhn A Soblos?. TVhere tto stockmen all meet and aVe trading fio'you'll purchase l's;uC33, At "tho linn "K. & S." TVliode goods wear forever witho...

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 December 1882

if !l 1 I) IHE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. rUULtciI SK.M' iims I III.Y, In )tio Inters; wi Indian "civinzauon m Progiess. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 1IAKD TIM US FOR SIX YKAKS. an Ohio Unpleasant l'rophocy Made ty Man. l'hlla.lelphtn Hi'coul. Ln the present depressed condition of the iron and steel trndo it will afford in teresting; reading to peruse the prophe cies made bv Samuel Benner, an Ohio tci cics made by Samuel tenner, an unio farmer, which were published in book form in 1870. When the lirst book appeared it created quite a stir in the commercial world. Many people did not hesitate to say that it was the work of a disordered brain; but, considered in the light of past events, many noted authorities on the iron and steel indus laios have come to regard Mr. Bonner's predictions with more attention. Mr. James LI. Swank, secretary of the American Iron and Steel Associa tion, remarked yesterday: "Though lienner has in the past years been sub jected to much ridicule, there is no ...

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 December 1882

31 !MMUiK5CHlYfa,ALUra SCIENCE. Good superphosphate can bo made by treating- the waste charcoal of the su gar manufactories with sulphuric acid. As to the nature and propagation of electricity, M. Lcdies holds that they are substantially subject to the same mechanical laws which govern light and heat. M. Daubreo advances the opinion that earthquakes have probably their maximum rate of occurrence at the new aud full moon, and their minimum at the intermediate quarters of the lu nation. Unripe grapes contain an unusually large quantity of extractives, acids, ash and phosphoric acid, and a small pro portion of alcohol, the extractives hav ing, as a rule, a sort of gelatinous con sistency. Abbe Moigne, of Los Mondos, be lieves that the ancient cubit, which is ascertained to be the teu millionth part of the polar axis of the earth, is pref erable to the metre as a standard of measurement. Continuous baths, as carried out in Vienna, are reported unolUcially by M. Lenoir as very eilicaciou...

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 December 1882

7 I :t 1 The Transporter CHEYENNE AND ARAPAHOE AGENCY. W)IAN TERRITORY, DEC. 20, 1882. The Creek Indians who fought for the. Union during the rebellion are applying to the government for pensions. The A. & P. R. R. is now running regulnr trains to the -Arkansas river, unci the com pan v is pushing the road westward with the view of taping the Panhandle country at no distant day. The contract for building 3tS miles of'wire fence for the Dominion cat ttacompatiy in the Panhandle is let. She -persona will he engaged in build ing the fence, which will be com pleted in April. The posts will he set two lods apart and the fence will contain four wires. rrwMiMweTaww mm ?55S We arc in need of a couple of copies of the Transporter of July 10", 1SS2, Vol. 3, No. 22, to complete files: We will send tho Transport er six months free to anyone who will send us a copy of the missing number. . Look through your old papers for us, and greatly oblige. The Cherokee Indians, as a nation, are in a ve...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 December 1882

9X TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT: Geo. W. Maffkt, Editor & l'ropr. (IN'DI.VN 'N'D STOCK J' DUNI..) Lake Mcumrr Loctit li U:0r, Vol. IV. Choyenno & Arapahoo Agranoy, Darlington, Indian Territory, Da. 29, 1882. Ko. llJMUmutim.M y BUI fc.z Wm. Morris & Co., (VM. MOKRIS J. A. OOVINOTON.) Wholesale and null dealers In GROCERIES ! FLOUR, FEED, DRY GOODS, Notions, Provisions, and Frelat'-tcrft' Eupplle liijpecim.y. tnrForwwdtnff Agents to nil points In tha Indian Torrltoiy. Caldwell, Kansas. TAR LIVERY & FEED STABLES, ARKANSAS CITY, KAS.. HILLIARD, PATTERN & C3 Props. EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS. GOOD - COKKALS Tor Branding purpifen, S alls with sheds for foodlf'g ai Kinds of stock, for ihe .-peelul accommodation of Uio owmau, frei, liter, and me Territory man Kcnerully. HD-A-IXST HACK IiIIETIS to and Horn GEUDA SPRINGS ! Sa5rFlrl-clnss turn nuts, with or w'lhout dilver.s, to a I poi h and Auencies in the In'll.tnTerritoiy.at reasonable rjite. C. G. Thompson, Veterinary Surg. tyfal...

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 December 1882

The Transporter abtcrlptlon, $1 per Year, hi Art vanco T. K. HOUGHTON, J UST AEEIVED ! DEALEH I2T ( I c r,conct clan matter. " ""million, us We are in need of a couple of copies of the Transporter of July 10, 1882, Vol. 3, No. 22, to complete files. We will' send the Transport er pix months free to anyone who tvill eend u.B a copy of the missing ituuiuui. jjook inrougn your old papera for us, and greatly oblige. It-is full time that the people of Darlington moved in the project of a.fajr, which was talked over last spring. I think all agree as to the beneficial effects of such an enter prise. Let a public meeting he call ed and nn organization effected. This would, properly open the whole matter and lend to the framing of the premium lists, the fixing of the time for holding the exhibition, and to the-arranging of all necessary pre liminaries to a successful exposition. We certainly oan make it a large success.. Het us do it. J.. B'. Wicks. There is nn Indian superstition connected,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
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