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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 December 1880

'.Jt7 I c f 9sxmjaz$r.nmimjmAAittimfirmimivivwmwk.. Entered thts Postofllce nt Dnrlington, Indi an Territory, us second class matter. MAIL TIME TAHLK. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Line. AKKIVB. From South TO a. m Sundays Excepted AHKIVK. From North 11 n. m. Mondays Excepted. Stages', same time, gointf S. Tuesdays Thursdays & Saturdays; going N. Mondays, Wednestlays & Fridays. Vanlta & Las Vegas Line. Arrive going east, fi p. m , Sundays, Wcdnes. days & Fridays: going west, 7 a. m.r Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays. iijuiia5aBBBMgaywuMiiiiMiMiiijWM,jnM'.iiiiiBi,BWJU.'' LOCAL NOTES. One laundress has been discharg ed from each school and the places supplied by 'Indian labor. Caspar Keller and John Murphy each bought a horse at Reno on the th-SOih ultimo. In. the absence of Dr. Hodge, Dr. Hall of Reno, makes regular visits to the Agency to look after the sick Agent Miles. Dr. TTodge, J. F. Will iams and J. A. Covington came in Tuesdav from Fort Smith, where they had been a...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 December 1880

I I THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. PUBLISH M SliMf MONTHLY, In ttie Interest of Indian Civilization and Progress. terms, $i,co.a"y?jar, :h advance. Between 6,000 and 7,000 important patents expire thin year. Behniiaiidt will open her engage ment in Chicago iti January. The prohibition amendment in Kan sas was adopted by about 10,000 majority. The newest mining camp in Colorado is Battle Mountain in the Eagle river district. The obelisk is moving through the streets of New York at the rate of five hundred feet daily. "Newspapers are printed in ten dif ferent foreign languages, including Chinese, in San Francisco. Tniirry-TiiuEE leading railways show earnings for October averaging twenty-one per cent over last year. Ex-Senatou Chafee's bridal pres ent to his daughter at her marriage was $400,000 in government 4 per cents. In the poor-house at Milwaukee is one Jos. Daws, who before the war was reputed to bo worth over $3,000,000. The eastern publishers have con tributed nearly 4,000 volumes...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 December 1880

BtlOiifa.fr.IH iWWWMMHH MARK TWAIN'S APOLOGY, Why He Could Not Accept an Invita tion to Dinner. During lurecpnl warm discussion be tween the Catholics and the Protestants of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Miss Mary Kyle, a lady -who had always taken deep interest in religious matters, con ceived a brilliant idea as to how these differences between the denominations could be amicably settled. Believing that the only way by which this end could be accomplished would be to have the ministers and master minds of the country assemble at a large dinner, and discuss at the same time religion and victuals. Miss Mary issued invita tions to a number of prominent men, soliciting their aid in the further unco of her object, and asking their presence at a dinner to be given by her. Among others invited was Mark Twain. The letter addressed to the latter gentleman was long,' covering a number of closely written pages, and after giving a history of the contest which was being waged in religious circles i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 December 1880

u V , i..ii. . jar. m r 1 1 1 i ' - News Items. Cresset : Stock of all kinds arc looking extremely well. The late se vere storm seems to have made no impression on them. , Cresset: A cattle man by the name of Alder, purchased last week four thousand acres of land in the four mile strip along the State line in ranges thirteen and fourteen. .Despite the energetic remonstran ces of representatives of the Euro pean powers and of the United States, the persecution of the Jews continues in Morocco. The Prince of Wales is trying to .reconcile the queen and the princess Jiouisc. The latter offended her roy al mother by returning from Cana da without a permit. The queen tvoids meeting the princess. Cresset: Last week, the Springer iSovs and Goddard, delivered to ,1. P. Whitney fifteen bull calves at twenty-five dollars per head. If such pri ces as these can' be got, what mints jf money couMbc made raising ped fy,reed stock here in Barbour county. The steamship Silesia arrived at Now York, on...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 December 1880

s CHETEME TRANSPORTER OL. 11. DAHLINGTON, J. T., DEC. 24, 1880. NO. 9. HRiBlltfBwKttuKtffMHLtfflANPftJ'tfSMBCRJitfJBHvnKnflHMflRflMfflNHflBGl W. NHubbell dfr Go's Supply Store. JUST RECEIVE BY $. g. (Hubbdl & (0r A BRAND NEW STOCK OF DEY GOODS J 7 Richmond House, Fort Elliott, Texas. This hnu' Is drat cIuhs In ever particular. Trnvelern wilUlntl tliu beat nccommndntions nt thin house. II. Huaolby, Proprietor. Cheyenne House, Darlington, LT. Table always provMcrt with the very boat the mark t ullorilH. Corral and atnhle attach. 'l. Special nflrntlon ulven to the wants of H'tMUJitot'H, tnivemr anil transient jeneraiiy. jlIicuiug jxLcDadu, Propiuotor. ". Clothing, H'ats& Caps, Boots & Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh Stock ok Staple Groceries. .r BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF POWDER FACE, PRINCI PAL CHIEF OF THE ARAPAIIOES. The Largest and Best Stock in the City. Call and Examine Goods and Prices. Corner Main & Sixth Streets, Opposite the Lel&nd Hotel. CALDWELL, KANSAS. TO TRAVELE...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 December 1880

r THE CHEYENNE 1MUBINIB PUBLISH HI) S1,.MI .MONTHLY, la the merest of Indian Civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, JM ADVANCE. Gold has been discovered in the in terior of Alaska. .California givea Hancock livo votes and Garfield one in the electoral college. xNTkAhia' all the hotel room at Wash ington, J). C, has been engaged for in auguration day. Tina farmers, of the United States have raised during the last year $2,281, 000,000 of produce. Mils. Gakkusld will spend a part of the winter at the executive mansion, as ii guest of Airs. Hayes. Thkhe will be a large number of contested election cases to occupy the attention of the new congress. Eliza, daughter of Senator . I. Don ald Cameron, was recently married to the eldest son of Justice Bradley. A ukcount in St. Louis shows 5,862 more population than was re turned by the census enumerators. Fifty-onk candidates for .$1,200 clerkships in the New York custom house underwent a civil service examin ation Wednesday. The Ohio...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 December 1880

! WASHINGTON SOCIETY, What is Thought of the Next Mistress of the White House. Washington Letter to Doeton Herald. Washington is pleased to know that the administration of the next "first lady in the land" will be but a contin uation of that of Mrs. Hayes. It is a matter of congratulation, not only to us, but to the whole country, and especially to a city like Boston, from which come so many of our most wel come visitors, that a woman who has been all her life and in every sense a lady, is to preside for the next four years over the executive mansion. Quietly, but with the truest kind ness, has Mrs. Garfield presided over her modest house at the corner of Thirteenth and I streets in this city during the years since Gen. Garfield purchased it. In it she has entertain ed, often in the simplest style, but ever with old-fashioned, true-hearted hospi tality, all of wit, wisdom and beauty that Washington has had during the years she lias been here. She is an accomplished hostess, as well ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 December 1880

T" WVJ(F Si" ''' W P1 ff ""''" r - V u .i'; i ft i M tuiMHrcmxaaMff sr r'torrMrttrtMurj.rfAxxLnri.vn) IJWJJWMWJWMMWWlMWMnWW Vfjfff F T"n ll fiiilfamiillM aiTir m m ii i i --! ii mm - miii m .. - - - - - - - I I i fe.. - . , ' .f m i k ' ' j v "i THE TRAHSPORTEH I'tniMRIIJ:!) SCMI-MOiNTJlLY. DAltLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY 8ubcrlptionf $1. por year in advance. !M l ! dl.fcl i II ! mi !- ii nlw Vrt A. EATON, Editor & Pubfisliftiv it JllLDAY, DRG. 21, 1880. MUfwnvi"(tMrifrtfnt News IleiuR. Tom. Donnelly one of the nYt scouts in tho Territory, and who lias pickod up more boomers than any other one man, is in town, having come up with Major Randall's com mand Caldwell Commercial. Frcdonia and Arkansas City have each been made presidential post oHiccs, salaries $1200 per annum. A "presidential" postoflice is one whoso postmaster is appointed by the President. Press. Tt is evident th.lt there are serious troubles beneath tho earth's "crust," for no sooner did Man mi Loa and Mount Baker 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. — 24 December 1880

i - BntlglJJUmiUafcmUBttJCTaiWVJr y!trmcnar.tf ww)iMwi!iiU'Eiiiii,rra1iKiiw I i. ii atfTin-ai r -- Mntoron tiro rOKtollico at DiuilnglOn, Indi an Torrtmy, as4ucond class mnlitoi). , MAIL TlMtfTA BUS. Culihvoll I't. Sill Kino. AltltlVK. From South 10 a. m. Sundays Kxci'pU'fi. AltlMVI!. From North 11 a. m. Mondays Excepted. Throe teams driven by, Agency Indian employes, came in Jrom C;alcl- for .! arsenics and ( Im.ag Slngps, same time, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays; going X. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Vanlta &Las Vegas Line. Arrive going oast, f p.m., Sundays, Wednes days & Fridays: going west, 7 a.m., Monday.!, Thursdays & Saturdays. L0CAL.N0TES. Mr. Charles Campbell, Agency Clerk, is expected home next week. Two snows in less than a week with a good prospect for another one soon. J. Ii. Stuart, Agency Issue Clerk, left for a visit to friends in Indiana, last Monday. The latest reports arc- that There are no boomers in Oklahoma, the last of them ha...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 December 1880

W I L A BALL-ROOM IDYL. BY WILLIAM II. MAWS. Sh(3 dropped this rosebud half an hour ago, Whilo gliding through Hint witching waltz of Strauss: 1 saved it from destruction dire bulow Tlio ponderous feet of Phillips and his spouse. Toll me, sweet rose, before your petals fall, Docs my love know I love her best of all ',' Another waltz. And, as 1 feared, again That chattering noodle Uriggs her vis-avis. lie's rich, though rather passe, and it's plain h Tie loves horthat the very blind could see. J low graciously she listens to his drawl ! Ah, can she know I love her best of all '.' I never told her how her winsome face Gomes to my thoughts, unhid, the whole day tnrougn ; 1 never asked her if there is a place Jn her young Jhmu'I where 1 am remem bered, too. Yet watching her 1 lean against the wall, And tell my soul 1 love her best of all. Now halts the music for a little space. And, seated, see, she gathers daintily Jler gown's gay folds aside, to make a place A place for Hriggs By .Jov...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 December 1880

il The. Chicago Times says: Warner's Safe Kidney iintl Liver Cure is highly en dorsed by ministers, judges, physicians, surgeons, oy ineji of literary arid scholarly distinction, and by individuals in all the walks of life. The Omaha Weekly Bee, Over fifteen thousand dollars in pre miums given to the subscribers of the Oma ha Weekly liee. These premiums include one forty acre farm. Over 4,000 in farm machinery and implements; .$.'$,000 worth of houshold goods, musical instruments and sewing machines; 7,000 worth- of watches, silverware, books, &v. ThcWeekly Bee is the best paper west of the Missis sippi; contains more far western news, in-, eluding the Ko5ky mountain territories and Pacific slope, than any other paper in America. Sample copies, with full pre mium list, mailed free to any applicant. Address, Daily Bkk, Omaha. Xbh. One Experience from Many, "1 had been sick and miserable so long and had caused my husband so much trouble and expense, no one seemed to know what aile...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 24 December 1880

f ; v, v "s-n 1 -'JMCNhfeftv t M rtlM v .iif v nr"-- r ir -r r ,- v. Mtt -n B W 4 I I f I if rt fl 1 1 t tt F a There (Jit.trrr prospect now that more agricultural and stock leglsia fijin wjll 1m? introduced rtt the com infyeesiori of C6ngrcs than at any jfrflyipuji 6nc for years', Tho-diificul-'tibs, ty.be adjusted cannot be ignor ed, and 'are of Hutficient importance grwitidftto pay the wisest fates immahip. Pittsburg Stockman . Mf' K J. Glough, living some twelve miles HOuth-east of (ho Lodge, one daydast week Hold one of his fihc'jHijliEreeil cows to Mr. B'. 4TC. Field for 1G0. This is perhaps the largest price over paid for a cow in tmco.unty. Ono of Mr. ClougVs neighbors tells us that even at this price, Mr. Field has got a bargain. -r Cresset. One of the important matters that will come before the stockmen's con vemxvn will be the appointment of a eonojnitteo to wait upon the J Tib legislature in behalf of the-stoikmei. oi the State This committee should bo composed of the mo...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1881

FT CHETEME TRANSPOK VOL. II. DARLINGTON, I. T., JAN. U), 1881. NO. 10, ii tiiiffifffflMtwnTiniWtirT'irnTrtfrmi ifTimrrTV"rTinTrn'ir"niYriiiiBrtii rt W. N..Hubboll &Co's Supply Storo. JUST RECEIVED BY A BRAND NEW STOCK OF DEY GOODS, Clothing, Hats & Caps, Boots. & Shoes, Etc. Also a Fresh Stock of Staple Groceries, The Largest and! Best Stock in the City. Call and Examine Goods and Prices. Corner Main & Sixth Streets, Opposite the LiOland Hotel.. CALDWELL, KANSAS. TO TIUVELERS. ghe (Mail' (Route BETWEEN DARLINGTON AND Fort Reno, I. T. AND Fort Eliott, Texas. Is now provided with buekboards, and will carry passengers at the fol lowing rates : DaTlington to Ft. El liott, .$8.00; Darlington to A (lie, $7. Express, from Darlington to Ft. El liott, $3.00 per hundred and to oth er points in proportion. This route connects at Darling ton with stages going South to the Wichita Agency, Fort Sill, Caddo, connecting with the M.r K. & T. to Denison, Sherman and Galveston, Tex...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1881

DON'T DRINK TO-NIGHT. 1 loft my mother at the door, My sister by her side: Their clnsped hand and loving looks Forbade their doubts to hide. I left and met with comrades gay, wnen me moon orougni oiu; nor iigntr, Why so?" she asked. 'You sec I must go vJLf IlUn And my loving mother whispered mc, "Bon t drink, my boy, to-night." Long years have rolled away since thon; My jetty curls are gray; But, on 1 those words are with mc yet. And will not pass away. I see my mother's loving face, With goodness, radiant, bright, And hear her words rising in mine Gars, "Don't drink, my boy, to-night." My mother is now resting sweet In the graveyard on the hill, But mother's words come back to me And haunt my menory still. I've often, often passed the cup; Oh ! then my heart was right, Because I heard the warning words, "Don't drink, my boy, to-iught." I've now passed down the road of life, And soon my race is run, A mother's warning listened to, An immortal crown is won. Oh, mothers, with your ble...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1881

JUUUMIJtUMWMMBni n Al ITEMS OF INTEREST. Sweet liome A bee-hive. The sickest Stale in the Union 111. -The incipient mus- tiiek on a Hunted down tache. The starting-point A chair seat. Stocking the fire department Pur chasing hose. The man who disclaims pride, pro claims it aloud. Health is the soul that animates all the enjoyments of life. A fool always finds one still more foolish to admire him. The university of Padua in its palmy days had 18,000 scholars. The finest carriage in the land may be but a one-horse affair. When the leader of a choir gets the right pitch, lie sticks to it. He who labors for mankind has al ready begun his immortality. It may seem strange, but those who do not kneed bread, are those who need it. However things may seem, no evil thing succeeds, and no good thing is a failure. The undertaker is eager to let a man down just as soon as the doctor gives him up. Mr. Love was married the other day in Ithaca at the age of 83. It was an old Love affair. 'Tis with ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1881

i 1 JL MP3wfhi OTWfl - '.jif.aiHi'i"ii mi 'ii.Bnimna.'owniniw.cjM.jmjgcgT TjTTgracCTearrj?.:vn-'-!fc- massrsfttgaggrci' . ' THE TRANSPORTER 11 ULI9IIK!) SHMI-MONTHLV. DAPXINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY Snbooriptiou, $1. per year in advance. W. A. EATON, Editor & Publisher MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1SS1. News Items. A southern paper characterizes T.ilmufiv as "the sky-raking, acro batic Tirbcrnncle yelper and gay prevaricator," 1 formation reaches us that par ries Jiving near Lake City, have been amtilairng bixllfi belonging to cattle men. The particulars are too dis iiflting for publication. Medicine taulge Index. Spotted Tail, Fon of the Sioux trhh'f f that name hns eloped with nnotvr man's wifex and yet some peo ple say the Indian jdiows no .signs CKdJffiation. Anthony, Kansas, now has a grist mill in operation. The proprietors 3110 men of experience, and employ fthe best millers in the county. An thony people may well feel proud of this enterprise. John Ciulcty, who is holding his own an...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1881

nwfjwa eunxrjsK!WMaEAnKrr!faicnrrrwwTra rrsiBTcsrwcrntrrKrRWKMjiiifnjswM7VJ3CKxnc "llitlcrurt'tho-t'AsWJfllcO-at Dnrlingtdn, inM nn'j'ori'ltory, as second class nmllcr. MAII,TLM IS TABLE. Culdwoll it VI. Sill Lino. AKHIVB. Aimivic. From North 11 it. in. Mondays iS.vccpturi. From South 10 a. in. Sundays IQxccptcd. Stages, sumo time, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays; going- N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. ' Van ft a & Las Vegas Line. Arrive golngoast.fip.in., Sundays, Wednes days & Fridays: going west, 7 a. in., Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays. vrrr.vr'3MTJi LOCAL NOTES. Mrs. Hall, of Caldwell, has taken the place of seamstress in the ArapL anoc mission. The Agency people secured all the ice ther wanted during the holiday freeze up. Nearly every family in the Agency hud their Christmas tree, with pres ents to suit the occasion. Yesterday was. the coldest day we have had, no-matter what the ther mometers say. Christmas festivities being over, the Agency has...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1881

lMimanmwjMumm i urn MgqIUII Mil t r i" n THE CIEME TRANSPORTER, PUIJLISHiiD SISMl MONTHLY, In the Interest ol Indian Civilization and Progress, TERMS, $1,00 A YEAH, IN ADVANCE. nmm'mmmm4"t$aVm9 rr ir m ! I w.m FOR THE FAIR SEX, A Ladies' Bonnet With a Blush-Producing Attachment. London 'iVIcgropli. It is not every maiden, in these pro saic days, who can summon the "tell tale blood" to her cheeks at will, or silently reveal, by an opportune roseate Hush, those inward feelings to which many young ladies experience such dif ficulty in giving verbal expression. But as tlio value of tho blush, as a highly effective weapon in the feminine armory, is still iu.;versally recognized by the sex, although it would appear to have fallen into desuetude, French in genuity has been at tho pains of devis ing a mechanical appliance for the in stantaneous production of a line natural glow upon tiie cheek of beauty, no mat ter how conspicuously lymphatic or philosophically unemotional ils proprie tress...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1881

t m anjwmwuww.imnnii i Ajwjmjmtfimujin iwrraitn.t m.vHnnMui.iiim,n,ui.n ALL SORTS, Life is love and lovo is eternity. You can tell dog wood by its bark." A beastly exhibition the menagerie. The postmaster sometimes stamps his feet. Facts are stubborn things. Mules are facts. A dangerous character a man who "takes life" cheerfully. The Boston Transcript says tlio man who seldom uses it should have a clean conscience. Necessity is the mother of inven tions, the mother-in-iaw of rights and child of trouble. There are sixteen different causes for head-ache, but most folks can stand it as long as the head can. The Philadelphia Chronicle-Herald doesn't like to see girls wear chin whiskers on their foreheads. An Irishman on seeing ji very small coftin, exclaimed: "Is it possible that coflin was intended for any living crea ture." Too much drink makes p man see two moons when there is onl; one, but who can account for the suns of tem perance? "Love is an internal transport!" ex claimed an e...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 January 1881

j6 (, k .1 Kfl A '4 Ml -rt 1. a" LC; &' k .,, s t V mmmrmmtmMtmmtimmmm'imumtn. INDIAN CORRESPONDENCE. Caklislk Bahiucks, Pcnna. December 3, 1SS0. Sly dear friend Benajah, I think I will tell you about this Carlisle school, and I think it is very flics Carlisle school. I was very glad to write to you this time. When you get this my letter you must an swer very soon. I ay ant you to tell me alL about vour school & what you doing at your school. This lit ule town is very nice place and I want you to try hard to learn to read and write. Please toll me what you fchink abou at your school. Every day I try hard to know how to read and-write a letter home. Last three days all the boys and girls all write it letter home, and I will try to write to you to-day. A long tiim ago I aan not write to you. I was very glad to been school here, and every morning I go to chapel. 1 can not writfe it good long letter to you. We are all well. Every day you must toy hard to learn your lesson, to ke...

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