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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 February 1883

Ml(- J ..!. V!.. tTcnowwrasra .miiinaM.i.iM-nximiHtMi iiinwiwiftmiUMWh itwatiiii mjii CAitfMraiWTAHnnrUiAtai 'The Transporter Subscription, $1 pot Your, In Advance. Entered atlhc T'ostolllcd ulUnrlington, as sooond class mutter. MAIL TIME TABLE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Lino. AUKIV13. AHltlVU. From North 11 a. in. From South 10 a. m. Mondays Excepted. Sundays Excepted. Stages, same time, going s. Tuesdays, TlmradaysiS; Saturdays; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. F. U. U, T1MIC TABLE. CALDWKLL STATION. AltUIVK. m'A'AUT. Passenger. ll.no A. M. I :i:oo i m. Accommodation. b: 10 P.M. I 5:20 A.M. Ladies' dolmans at, cost, at N. W. Evans & Go's. Ladies5 cassimorc jackets at cost, at N. W. Evans & Go's. The Agency work bell -is again licard, after a long silence. Cowboys who want a good square meal, should call at the City Hotel. Jno. P. Baird came in by coach from the north on Thursday, looking hale and hearty. Read the Cheyenne school, Fort Reno, Sac &...

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 February 1883

THE CHEY EHHE TRRHSPORTER. PUBLISH bl SEMI MONTI1LY, in the lBteresi oi inManJiYillzation and Progress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. OUOIOI5 ISXTKACTS. Giving is not only a duty, but Jilso a means of grace. It not only blesses others, butbeoomes the means of bless ing to ourselves. Ho that watcreth othors, shall bo watered himself of tho Lord. God will not forget our work of faith and labor of love. Even a cup of cold water, if wo have neither the ability nor opportunity to do more, given to a diciplefor love of the Master, will not lose its reward. Ilamhn was hanged upon the gal lows which he erected for Mordecai. Tho destruction which he sought to bring upon another, fell upon himself. How often is this tho cascP Tho man who would blight the reputation of an other, often finds his own reputation sadly in need of defense, lie that over reaches his neighbor, is often over reached himself. As ho measures to others, it is meted out to him again. God measures to him, as Spurgeon ha...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 February 1883

of hocd sho would find him on St. Val entino's day, when she would send them with a mother's thanks, as Toty's Valentine to hiru. Fobruary 3d. Came homo this even ing, found every one oxcited over the coming St. Valentine's day. Lolo and Nina especially delighted over tho val entines they wcroi sending out to their friends, and each hoping they would receive the larger number this year. "I had twenty-two last Valentine's Day," said Nina, "and do jtou believe, Mr. Temple, ono was an oiler and had a lovely ring forme to accept, but papa would not let me keep it, and how could I," she added with naivete, "keep it, if I didn't know who sent it?" 1 have been sketching and writing a little valentine for Tot, and I must send Lolo and Nina a handsome one. While I have been painting Tot's valentine, the night had sped on, and I saw it was after ono o'clock. I was just sitting down to smoke my last pipe before the grate lire, when I heard the mother sing, "Go to sleep, my baby, my baby." The ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 26 February 1883

- i i nfi nnitfnrjrnrT'niii rrrifl i mmw nrwXmWB T ) Ah. D E AN. CAL, DKAJS DEAN BROS., Uroodore of Thorougli-Brod and Graded, Short-Horn Cattlo. XRKAKSAS WTV, COWLUV COUNTV, KAS. o 'i : 7 - iJAjS' MARKS. Crop the right; Undor half Crop tlio loll, or rovcrao. Horco brand D on left shoulder- Rango Otter Crook, Ind. Tor, G WiMillor, Hulmowell, Kan; NO on left) side and 101 and brass knob on ei ther horn. AIbo 71 on lofti- side', T cross T lea Bidci 10 lea loin; o'no't'd LKilvinir clown on left loin; circle bar on both jaws; X on leftside; LE on right side. Ilorso brand -, connected JjK on loft shoulder. 11 on lelt oidp X left hip and dowlnppcd. Sylvester Fliiclii Manager. Salt Fork Ranch. T Jlnlton, Skeleton IT Also circle; circle bar ; hui circle ; ha r c 1 r c 1 o hertrt: Circle withpc:pen dicularbar; circle with horizontal bar, all on Jirf Coriie cattle w'lhlienrt cross on left side, iloisc brand heart cross on-left shoulder. .i,t. i. i fc. to 4 P. O, Address, Wellington, Kan, lUoh...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 March 1883

V"A J" : $'J (J no. W. iMAKnr, Fditor A, Fropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .lOUKVAL.) Lavk IVIisuurrr, Local Kdltor. Vol. IV. Choyonno & Arapahoo Affonoy, Darlington, Indian Territory, March 12, 1883.-Toh Pages No. 12. .AuiMte gMaamaMMaMnBBBHWM a.aiujwnw.nau'j.uuwwj ii'-n'ti wjn.vA,ur.wetnturisiu-jiat&m CHE YIN N E TRANSPORTER, 'jinn j:i; tk wswktek. jglntli:iii Territory. jnii(;r in iuiiiuni , very lute, and jer ritory in the I'nitod tnt i . .some Mirny iicntw tho "Briny J)(l J) " Turn loose in our hcrd.o't will cont you only $.) and wo will ro to tlit round-up together' V. B. HELM, nunnewoll, Kans. i jtt iriiiiiraa n i i 14 11 111111. tfCnncS' jiifiu u vi uviiwui- j-?jwri!vV "uu. svinu wan :SMBon l0fl shoulder. r I 1(1,1 ltia ri'iflli Sllif iwnig liLIW L'.mded v. it li drawing ktdio n both shoul--leM. Hoie brand like tit's on right thluh ( 3K rjmrczz Krtu.v.'.n MeLLLLAN CATTLE C ). Otoe Agency, I. r., S. A. Oath, (Jen. Supt KJlnce B'ack Hoar and Still Wator. Hoi so brand C M on Aid...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 March 1883

TIIK UJJATJl J'KNALTY, fKxiwsrioticeHof KiiropoiinCountrloB Which Havo AIoHh1icI It, uh u l'uuiHhmonf.. Tho movement for Iho abolition of -capital punishment which a few years ago threatened to prove successful in every civilized state, has met with a setback notf only in this country, but all over Europe. Two of the Swiss cantons which had swept the death penalty from their judicial system re adopted it within tho past few weeks, and it is more than likely that the oth ers will speedily follow their example. In Belgium the refusal of the present monarch to tV signing; of death war rants is the only obstaclo to its inilic Uori, and his obstinacy in the mat ter became more and moro sharply -criticised, the Pcitzcr murder having especially irritated tho public. In ..France iut few executions havo takon place since M. (Jrovy's accession to the presidency, and tho complaint is gener- -xultfoaC murders arc vastly more frc- uonl in consequence. In tho Swiss cantons lifo sentences were abo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 March 1883

jT6 1 i ITEMS OP INTEREST. list Barnes is going to Europe ;en given $1,000 by a reeen Evangelist bavins: ot convert. Resumption of specie payment has been ordered by the king of Italy on April 10. Goode, the assailant of Qucou Vic- toria in 1837, died in the liroodmoor Lunatic Asylum the other day. The gross earnings of the Union Pa cific railroad for 1882 were $30,303,927, an increase of $329,931. The surplus was $U, 301, 977. Mrs. Margaret Hackleman, wife of the Hon. Elijah Hackleman, a well known Indiana state senator, died at Wabash of small-pox. A Huntington county (Pennsylvania) farmer has an ear of corn containing 1,900 perfect grains, which is a product almost without parallel. The temperance cause is meeting with considerable success in the Penn sylvania coal regions, where special efforts are being put forth by the State Constitutional Amendment association. It is announced that some new frame tenements are being erected at Williamsburg. Va. The ancient capital has nothing...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 March 1883

li MMmmMtMarr ' ' ' " VM99)QlMNKdfl?GW9MMCMHE eMiBwwiiHi).ufccimiitiM.liiumMU:i HWIbulbh )' wrwiaMnBtwrnj'i The Transporter Subscription, $1.00 per Annum. CHEYEHHE ft'ARAPAHOK AGENCY, IHD1AN TERRIORY, MARCH 12, 83. Wftl IWIUIHJ ,ww.wniirrnr'nT'in7T jtnujua Among our Arlcansna City friends at tho Caldwell :4oek .mooting were Capt; Sc)to Capt. Nipp, Pink FoutR, It. A. l-Ibujihlon, Conductor Miller unci Editor Standlcy, of tho Traveler. "We extend to -tlierira "thankee" for courleMcv Tho weather of late has astonished the natives who have expected a continuance of the cold wavoy weather. Cows arc taking advant age of this beautiful ''.Indian sum mer" to rustic for grub and hunt stray calves in the brush. T. L. S. Journal. That newsy and beaming Star, which emi nates from tho town of Inclepcndcncc, Ks., is one of our most valuable exchanges. It has inilecd an appropriate name, shin ing, as'-it does-, bright as a morning 3tar. Such papers had ought to prosper. The Tkanspohteu herd receiv...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 March 1883

I jf7 it aMWMJiMiuwujeutiaiiJtwiMMamw&ntw Ft -r l A i. i, ft l The Transporter SulNici4j)tloii, $J por your, In Adrnnct. US$5 mtulf.lomca at Di". AlllltlM' From Sort h "nn.m. MMLVmilTAmAi. Ciildwfll & Ft. Sill Lino. Aiiinvr. From South lOji.m. Minimyrt ICxccjttfMl. m --w i" , I mi main ii Ai't in 11 1 A. T. A S. F. K. If, Tiaili TABLE. CAMJWJSLI, STATION. Piuwonger. P:fi()A.Jl. I 8:00 iM. AoooininoUntlon. 8 MO P.M. I fl: 20 A.il! W. A. Hemphill made a living business trip lo Chicago last week. Cowboys who want a yood square meal, should call at the City Hotel. AV. E. Campbell wont south on iho stage Tuesday to Anadarko to receive a herd of ponies. The paymaster visited Fort Kcno this week, and of course the boys in blue arc jubilant. Capt. T. Council made a business trip to Cantonment this week. He was accompanied by Mr. Hays. Air. David Hays, of Wichita, K.. came down and spent several dayfe wi Ih us this week, and is as pleasant as over. Mr. 0. E. S hulls? is now in charge...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 March 1883

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. rUDLISIIfcU SEMI MONTHLY, In too Interesi of Indian CiYilizauon and Progress. TERMS, 81.00 A YEAH, IN ADVANCE. IMcvna. The following vivid account of the buttle of Plevna is taken from the ex citing story, "Where was Villiers?" by Archibald Forbes, the distinguished war-correspondent, in the March St. Nicholas. The description gains ad ditional interest from the fact that Mr. Forbes was the only journalist who witnessed this terrible light. Before daybreak 01 the last day of July the whole force was on the move to the front. There was a long halt in a hollow, where was the villiage of Kadishovo, into which Turkish shells, Hying over the ridgo in front, came banging and crashing. About midday Schahovskoy and his siaiV. which we accompanied, rode on to the ridgo between the guns, already in position there, and we surveyed the marvelous view below us the little town of Plevna in the center, with the Turkish earthworks, girdled by cannon smoke all around it. Af...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 March 1883

, jr - h FARM NOTES. A pair of twin yearling calves bo longing to J. 11. Adams, of Mason City, Iowa, weighed 1,G00 pounds each. The most diminutive plant known in nature is the Arctic rasberry, which is so small that a six ounce vial will hold the whole, branches, leaves and all. Over 70,000 plants have been dis 1rihiilp.fi hv t.hn drmnrt.innnt. nf nrrvi- culture during the past year, a loss number than usual, because less tree plants were sent out. The Florida Dispatch estimates the present orange crop at 47,000,000. The Travares Herald thinks 57,000,000 will come nearer the mark if nothing unforseen happens to tho crop. As growth with the calves is a great er object than fat, a food that will produco muscle and bone is more desirable than one which produces ilesh. Therefore oats and bran are esteemed a better food for growing calve3 than corn and bran. Frozen roots, or, indeed, frozen food of any kind, is very pernicious to swine and all other stock, and it is apt to scour them ba...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 12 March 1883

w (MMfMlMVMWKM fvaeaamm&mH wiiMfrrir.Tsrj kMfiawcw&nena iffl S .fl Ai.Dkah. Ca. "Oban DEANBKOS., IBroeders of ThorouKh-Brod and Graded Short-Horn Cattlo. AHKANSUJ CIT.V, COWLfcl COUNTY, KAS. prcKKV nuos. ( antomnont Ind. Ty. iO-O TO: jcancn oiinanti Snnth (ana lian rlv. - trs. Cattlo branded 1th Piimo brand on oithor .sido or hip & somoon both sldos. Ilorso brand TL Oiv loft hip or shoulder, cZHMMBi fi . fn3 I 1 1 Mill h ...i ,T . WKJ'PiS- IV J J J-jT . . 1 - rT . ft. -. , --w wt.r wiiy-: .; V..vj..:-i..jjl5' EAR MAKKs.-croplho nlil; Under Imlf M. Crop the loft, or reverse, yolmuid I) on kit .shoulder liango, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, CSlttf Miller. flnirn dwell, IC&n. Niftm loll sido un 101 and bruM knob on el thor horn. Also .IV on loft side; T cross T loll HUlOj'IU It'll -iMa lohi; e.'no't'd "2i Mf Ivinir " ddwn on loft loin; circle bur on both jnw.s; X OjfloUsido; LK on riht .side. Horao brand .-connected Uv on left shoulder. 11 on loll sitio X lo ft hip and dowlunp...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

5 CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER Guo. W. Maffet, Editor & I'ropr. (INM)IAN AND STOCK JOUKN'xL.) LrE airnuirT Local KJltor. VoL IV. Cheyenne & Arnpahoo Agency, Dariiuffton. Indian Territory, March 27i 1883.' Ton Pa-ros. jSa. 18. rjarj-ijaivacara hwwiip'W.ic iiumhm ' jrj.oiJi.!Baujgjjii'ait.uiuMjiiixtuj::i'.,jrJU.r'i:y:x7;'tuJj8a:..',JUJ.'T' 'X. nv GllbYENXE TJR VNSi'OUTKR. i. u. lJiminKion, rasClnrtinn Territory, iggy Kan gu In almost pfe ovt'iv Ht:it and tor- - ntoiy in (ill! Unitod MiiK . Some Mrny -tosi tliu "Rriny Prep " Turn loom In our In ft I, v H w ill cost yon HsaaaajSei ami wu win go to tlw lomu.up toKithur! W U IIHLU, " & TIuinmpll. Kans a?iKu H'iiio " o ur Hunn- Jr. -r.-nywraMi ,(Ml. Some Willi &?M-.mBbLM s ou'der. . &ftrI&T$ biii!eii wlin d.awlnn tllU "'I IM.lil Pill'lil ncH. Ho se tr;i!ni like UtU mi rljit tnlgh IIWJ!S.'trSSt?iirr tsj'tabw2k'i!Ean rfsi rvi'M Vrrtji jran-. - ssw&fiwaisSSssa 84 tS! A herd of J ,400 sheep was burned one day last week on t...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

- i mum THE CHROME TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND BOCK JOURNAL.) Gko. W. Maitet, Editor & Propr. Lafi: Mbiuutt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Yenr In Advance. Cheyenne & Aiapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. GAKDBNS I'OK IMItltlKKS. Value of Garden to FarincrH mul SupBflH- tloiiH About, the Management of The m. LlilroRoTlincH. The more land a f armor owns the poorer is his garden. Tho best gar dens in tho country that are tsndcd by farmers are in the eastern states", where the soil is poor and tho land is divided into small farms. The poorest gardens aro in the prairie districts of the west, where tho iarms arc generally large and the soil is very rich. In the east a small farmer finds a garden necessary for the support of his family. He raises iu it every kind of vegetable that will grow in the latitude where he lives, ana endeavors to produce them as near perfeetion as possible. He has a hot-bod for starting vegetables very early in the season, and a cellar for preservin...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

bJ I , m '. ji SCIENCE, Dr. Neubcr, at the Into Congress of Gorman Surgeons, spoko highly of the antiseptic virtue of peat or black earth, which is filled into bags made of loose guazo and laid ovor wounds. The bns arc held in place by bandages of ttie same material. There seems to be little or no necessity to change the dressing. All secretions are rapidly absorbed by the earth or turf, and the healing proceeds very rapidly. Eearly in the Spring the marshes resound with vocal noises, which many think are doubtless made by frogs. These sounds come from the throats of toads, not frogs. Only the male toad sings; and when visitors to the country seat themselves on door-steps in the pleasant evenings of May and June to listen to the sinking of the frogs in a neighboring mill-pond, theyarc in reality listening to the singing of male toads. So says Prof. Bickmore. It is estimated that there arc live times as many kinds of insects as there are species of all other living things put togethe...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

rpi St pp The Transporter Subscription, $1.00 por Annum. CI1F.TKNNC r ARAPAHOE AGENCY, INDIAN TERRITORY, MARCH 27, 180vT. This vicinity wan visited with a co nious rain fall on Friday night hist. The weather is now warm and pleas ant, and of course the jovial stock man is jubilant. This will give ntock of all kinds a grand start. We were honored with a pleasant call on Saturday last from (Jen. Hatch, Capt. and Mrs. Bennett, Capt Carroll and Mrs. T)r. La Garde. The officers and ladies were showing the Ctoneral the sights about the Agency. A delegation of from this Agency, four Chcyennos and four Avapahocs, were sont last week in core of A. P. Hutchison and Miss Maud Melntvrc, to the new industrial school tor Indian girls, recently started by the government at West Branch, Iowa. This new venture, which is very praiseworthy in its object to deal solely with In dian girls over the age of fourteen, is in charge of Benjamin Miles, Ksq., a cousin of our Agent. The school has capacity for f...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

i tr SMWaMMHMttMMUMiWHlll RRTH TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. ueo. w. aurnrr, Kdltor & Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUNAL.) Lafe jMnnniTT, Local l.rlltor . Vol. IV. Choyenno & Arapahoo Agency, Darlington r Indiau Territory, March 37, 1883,Ton Pagoo. No. 10. ateaaMnciMftBBui a rgafaofcntam&a mmmtMmmBmammmmmaL0umKmemmaBBrmBmKammBmmmmam nnMM9Bi iUI'41i.LIWJITJUIliJKlWHIW.t'itMawt WB'H'WW'!Tlll,-JHIW-HIUill,'W TIIK STOCKMAN. There Is nothing so guy, when clhring Mliy The stoolrmoii are having their round-up. Xo longer in camp, Antl in madhouses dump, The jolly cow boys arc bound up. The Mexican pony Jlo looks proud and tony, And seems to feel winter" is over;; Cares a d . . for hisniastor, And runs all the luster, He is smelling the'grass amLlho clover.. And many u boasts la later shipped East While westward goes many a dollar.;. So stockmen come all And dress up in the fall, Ileal nobby from thofooUto the collar. A8 theclothingmcn's ".Ross" Islwell known.Kahn it Schloss Where the st...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 27 March 1883

r.j ' f The Transporter Subscription, $1 per Your, In Advance. Entered atllio roatolllco at Darlington, a.s second class matter. MAIL TIME TAlMilS. Cald well &Ft. Sill Line. JLivnxx. AU1UV.K. Fi?oniKcH(H; 11 a. in. From South JO a. m. IMond&yftjSscepted. Sundays Excepted. Stayea.M.'riaifje tlnu', going- S. Tuesdays, Tliuradu:vvtPalurdayH; going N.Momlay, VvdaQHday,s & V'l'idnys. A. T.&.S.K -JUJUTLMJ? T'AliiAZi CALDWULL HTATION.- Aitnivi:. T)i:rAHT. TasHongcr. ll.no A.M. I vP.OO l M. Accommodation, 8:401. M. I 5:20 A.M. The Cherokee HtVip Live Slock" Association did a wise thing viicn the' put out a standing reward of $2,000 for the apprehension and conviction oi'.thieves. 'Ilia session of Congress just clos ed appropriated $300,000 to the Che rokccK as payment for the lands now occupied by thoNez Perccs, I'oncas, Pawnees and Otocs, which land was fofrmcrly owned by the Chcrokccs. Four yoke number one work cat tle1, five to six years old. Also two ox wagons, capable o...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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