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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

"ScA ' ''i i a a 1 A ii 1 f4 I j I A yJL Jl ft J! JL Gr.o. . RIaiitt, Jvliior .V, IMnpr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .TOUUNAb.) L.VKK MlCUIUlT. Local Uditor. I -r Vol. n. 1 . . . ..... IK ' 'IlllC irtnwnvMVMi AriMaho!1 yV-cMicy, lHiiLnglOTVs Indian Tor., Sopl. "in, l.H-l - r-Z . " . - No a 'I.-, BBii'jatLuiAimww aBWBiriWiirwwrwww"'" Indian freight trains from At' an 'is i itv have been unloading eomnd'.riuyMoH I'm i : t wnk. A number or wagons loaded with npp'e w ie m hist week ."rem the (. luckasaw i at Ion. The Imit brought In this time was the clx iccrU yet Fold Ik re. the largest apples In the lot wdghlnj,' thiitc u ounces each. One night last vo( k a Cheyenne living west or tno Agency, probably out of ulsgiM v. 1th ilfc, placed to his head a forty-five cnlibie pistol t'.nd by moans of a slight pull of the tiller, sent his soul across the never to return. The Darlington llo'.el wishes to purchase two good, freni ii.;ikcov,a. Tor which the propMctors atowllili . im p.-iy s"'j cell. Kif'.yu...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

1 CHHBIE TRUSIWtTBL (INDIAN AND SOOK JOURNAL.) Gko. W. Maffist, Editor & l'ropi, Lafb MsmiiTT, Local Editor. BubBcrlption, $1 per Year In Advance. CtoYenne & Aiapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. DAWN. On tho upturned face of tlie quivering sea Shimmered the iluwn ; While Imra of light stole up In tho sky, And the night was gone. Wus gone Willi the fear of a followed fawn, And with hurrying feet, To 11 nil in tho Bhadon of the forest glades A safe retreat. Tho legions of stars that had watched wearily Crept out of sight; Up rose the helm of the advancing Day, And fast lied the Night. A frchh wind blew from the edge of the sea, Krom tho gates of tho East, That plashed the tide on the feet of the land, And the light increased. And tho glilteriim tips of a myriad spears Shot up from the sea, Willi guidons and pennants and lancets of light A splendor to see. A hundred Hags were upheld in tho elcy, And unfolded there Banners f Hghl that glimmered and gleamed In (he morning air...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

i ir mm & L"JX28SBt3Bi. v" ,-!r1' " jaagJOra - C HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Rose water is a peculiar flavor for a sponge cake, but it is highly recom mended, especially if the cake is to be served with ices. Wei the top of a dish f mashed po tatoes with milk and set it in the oven to brovti. Let it stay there until there is a brown crust over it. To remove fruit stains from wearing apparel, table linen, ete., moisten the parts stained with cold water, then hold (lie fabric over the smoke of burning brimstone, and the stain will disapjrear. Iron mould may be re moved in the same manner. A handsome low screen is made by painting a large card board a sky blue, then painting' a spray of daisies and clover blossoms on ft. Then set this in a frame of plush about an inch and a half wide, and this is to be placed in a light ebony frame with a standard. The night before a picnic boil some eggs until thr.y arc very hard; then drop them into a can or jar in which you have some pickled beets. Jn the ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

t fM7fllgWMtillfflTriniTIMm!OTiWilMMIiliiiaM im MHi"i'rn"rtgmuuF'i'M.yr WtW'Wrtlh-TtJtTH.-TTT70rAJVt HU MHfW THE CHEYENNE Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -- Cheyenne anil Arapahoe Agency, DARLIMTON, 1ND, TER. Texas Land and CAIftB HT mTOSnffirtSeBrJi - Jre? j;. Urf l-'arrio I'hlrw onri . -a iv w..- uum. iii. iii 1 1 ii Hi i nun JHy v O. JUnm Km W ilk mi Brnnds on elfSor hi?, side or botn, laionn us tho Tfi brnnd. Old mwfc, shallow foil; lu rlcbt ; now Add under llt In loft. ADDITIONAL H11AND9. nan Both Bides. Mark, crop r.nd undsr bit In tSm both. Borst brand oamo as cattle, on right hip. 15. K. WILSON, Manager. mzmsww ti Cattle Jlngle Uoiso brand nmmm All lnciciso itock under wwa VH nu wwmi 3g2lPlt side. A.( . ftn ftl X$&,Va - M If trJHII, O, IVV, 3 8. P ? ? lolt slm-ilt'ir. aide and hip. Rango, on Washita Iver, ROBERT Fort Rono, Ind. Ter. Somu tiflttio bmndt with eroaa ou oithit jilW. Rtinseon ijoutb Cana dian rlvor, Intl. Tor. ELLSWORTH T'UUtKY & SON, . . TRANSPORT...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

lift ""' i 3 & w ullIj I M 1 Jcj H Uko. W. ilAKJ'i;r, Udltor & J'ropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUUNAIi.) Lafb Mickkitt, r.ocal Editor. Vol. 5. Olioyonno & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Iiiclf&n Tor., Sept. 15, 18H 1 No &JS, mmmnniM iiiniiimjgjjjjuuuaj.imrfA3cmiijip'nnzmujiiiaiui; lIMJLUIIJJlllJ.IIIILUlE-aaWBtBBrMWBgWWnigiWmMCIWIIHIlfftW fig' a.iM'Jwm,uilAJ.wi5-wifoijjrraM'.an:tjyjJMi.wii"Ar TRANSPORTER i i 1 i i IIKAWAUTEUS von RANCH and OTHER SUPPLIES ! i & 1 keep constantly on hand a very laie sup. plyof evorjthlntf needed on tho ranch, trail or In families, wlitch will bo sold as cheap us the cheap est. A call earnestly solicited before- making pur chases elsewhere. KHANK L. KlttiM, Indian Trader, Anadarko, l.T. JOHN DOBK.ON & BRO., ABUCUHURAL IMPLEMENT HOUSE I ('AfJ)WKLL, KANSAS. Bank of Kan. City, Southwest corner Fifth and Doleware Sts. KANSAS CITY, MO. Cash Capital, - $000,000. SurphH, 180,000. We keep the host quality of grain, feed, etc. and llurol tho...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

g7rfiyMM(iwY',ai)'ar'''w'''''f ., , i i jiMrtWf8'-;r:': 11EWINS, TITt'a & WILSON, M.T. JOHNSON roit-oflloA ikMtob. Indian Burlaga, J T 5 i-wjiHia maiiPt, paroilfl I'uminu uonmn arrow. Pi'rli -iiiies anw Khlit Hldu VT. m Ir-f t sldo. hIiIp. -iCKTisr - tJ'iWKfy 'w,'BMMC9VflraB4ft1MfM...JLLL ir iufcMMi i r- w ,TS;a'aS....jitfiWt.. .7 tr o. -, H i i : a Ff-Pi mi$$im .t-ii)i'. illC illiiv' tic Minllliiitinl !' l.'UHh. CllhYENNK -V AKAPAHOK AfJKWY 1IEJU. It P. t'oi.iiiNs. In c!mr. ItnriRO Cliwnnf , at itpnhoi) rcjtorvallon, l.T, Cattlo bmndud like Mils anywhere on right side. All oulvos branded name Willi v on left jaw. Poatoluco address, Hurllngion Indian Tor. J!k-jQ JtUtyrm.-m V M V-t ip te?mwJi Rir.ny mesmmm W ' mh iAwWm .r7 Mff lAMtta 11 iii'KKt .., ... iriEinri Anud.irko, Ind. Tit, Brand ion hlpnndtd- II m m ZM t Hone In and ii-lffB..r 22LSkgafc B. K. KEITH. $ DarlUiKton. l.T Also YF connect ud on rlht sldo ;md heart on loft hip and side. J : cattle on su':m' ranyo. M4HU77H9MN2Mt...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

'& l L vm uV iNrHwMMexKMw rr-.,wriTi?3jcv'r M CHEYJ TRANSPORTER. 'Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. 3?,rarryTaCTKTnr Pleasant Parts . -.. iGbiyoDHe am Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, INI), TEH. :-;e i j. in .i ICntorod at tho lV)domcoatDailingtcnf as jcond clans mutter. secon noUMM Miss Ullh-Council attend school. lm left for Wichita to Goo. Bowhay, of the Agency employe force, was indisposed for a few days Inst week, but ho is again tit at his post of duty. J. (J. ciinptn, trader at Jtod Forkltanch, was down saying 'how" to tho boys last week. Jle left an order with us for job printing. Charles Davis, from Lawrence, has been added to tho corps of Agency industrial cm ployccs. ilo haa arrived and taken hold. It. C. Williamson was along the lino the kilter pari of the week settling with his stage agents. Tho company thinks Oi running a stage daily. If. V. Keller, -with his pleasant lady and th :, boy, Roy, has moved up from tho Wichita Agency. Mr. Kollor looks after tho interes...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

i 1IK CIIOEIE TRAHSPORTER. Is tho only Papor published witkin a radius of a hundred miles, Snbscriiitlon. $1.00 For Yoar. In Aflyance. Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. C2r"RntQ3 for Display Advertisements mndo known on nppllcntion. ' illNOK MENTION. Tiiishh aro to bo lifty-scvon exposi tions in the United States during the remainder of the year. It is predicted that the volume of telegraph business will be doubled within the next live years. Mns. Langtkv is said to display her beautiful shoulder in a frigid fashion to former friends in London that arc of no account to her now that her for tunes are so much improved. A movemknt is nowafoot to raise bv dime subscription throughout the country a fund to add to the $500 left by Mrs. Brown for a monument to I he memory of her son, "Arlcmus Ward.11 Dk. David S. Hart, of SLonington, is said to be the oldest school-teacher in Connecticut. He was born in 1799, began teaching in 1816, was graduated at Yale in 1823, and does not use spec tacl...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

m Wf 1 6 ? Ht i NO FOOD FOlt FIVB MONTHS. Kate Sinulsoy's Extraordinary Period of Fast ing A Girl of iiO Years of A;c in Fort Plain Retiiins llor Hold on UiV for 108 Days Without Eating a Morsel. Interest in the ease of Kate Snnilscy, the young girl who, for 163 days, has been involuntarily starving to death, is spreading throughout this section of ,the country with extraordinary rapid ity. Within the past week or two scores of persons have come to this village from places many miles away to see or inquire about this remarka ble girl. To-day she was veiy low, niuf the members of her family believe that she cannot live more than a few hours longer, Although she has suf fered great pain of late she lists not felt any inclination to take any nourish ment. The brother of Mis? Smulsey said re cently that her parents and every member of the family had coaxed and implored the girl to swallow some food, but without avail. Even when her agony caused her body to sway to and fro with the const...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 September 1884

).'j L-Til-it M-- l T -ftM M&1 4 .-. M rat -J-, .t. i i I i . , . lUingtCottoiiMM i ! k Itnilati li n ' oiv, '1 ill i !'-c"!'t In MIH". ' in oi.n. OO TO: Pot i..-n ..'-co ?. p h;il"'M, lnilhn T-irmrv k 5 yT. . ff IFORI In 1 Allcatllo out branded D behind lit ahoulder be Ion 3 to --mp Anything you may need, aiuVif it ig in tho ordinary line it will be Promptly Furnished Ton Lowest Possible Rates, Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer- ftdljr Order for You. At v i. mr ( IIIKK HJSAND- Wb&am rn m ti"H k rrN") Sifc Kki 53 SH I HgK &LOT . Fa! jvuv HnST&i'lvl uLmi "f'trffirtft.: j ;'.- icwa?to. MeKENNEY, OVER A CO Crimp Supply, I.T. oalllo r iiiro on Beaver creek. rattle branded on both side; :t.k j. ,:. Eur in k pHt ll;'!l rml KUlb l -ft. ll'irse-ibr -iricioii left hip iiioic;isp ( id ui nar irom i 'it iav u j )int of shout &( !ci . ''"1.54 m uunvjai UUIl ITRT s ? iHwrwwg?KgS3gra?f!gtiMrrpaB ('1VWO-.HHI JV?iTS i&39v.t Vl .-. MS v- M-TV?!7.X.:tR --"""CKVvSS...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

I 9' f.u T1"1 Cj. W. Mavitt, Kdiior & Propr, (INMAN AN" STOOg. JOURNAL.) TiAFU MuuurrA', Lnoal lOditoi. . s. I Vol. (5. Olicyonno & Arajviioe Aiertcy, IDarluigij&n, taclian Tor., Sept. 80, 1884 NoJ, srragTCxcattyt3rrCT;nrazJgcLKiCi wjfwaiiMiaii.iwAgwr;HViMi.'8MWiLiJiM'tJiit,yi!jKjtii-'Aiiw,ji C 6 t pwis Bp'c nr k (T A TQTAPITO P 111 h W i 1 9 11 1 I I V Wr4 .mm tnmyi i 1 ' I I I I The Caldwell fair anil Sth of October. takes pl'ioo on the Oth, 7th Shippers will do well by shipping tholr live stock to Andy J. Hnldjr & "o., at Kansas City tock .Sards. A herd or l ,700 yearlings Is being added to the range or Uio Cheyenue & Arapnhco Catllo Co .oper ating vvost of here. There nre soino new brands appearing 'for tlio the first time In thla isstto, to which tho attention ul cattlemen is called. The Giixtekxk tsansi'outmi: begins n now vbl nne with this Issue. It is time to ronew snbscrlp lo p, as ra.iny nre now duo. ..I 'ifocheokeo Strip Live Stock Association lj wc. 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. — 30 September 1884

TUB LONGEVITY Otf ANIMALS. The Arm! I'nrrot Which Dloil Itcccntly In Uo- .pauUa Park Cugort Animals Likely to Live u Long Time Facts About Slanklntl. The recent death of the black parrot in tho zoological gardens has raised once more (no numerous questions touching tho longoyity of the lower an imals. When the uorocopsis arrivcu. from Madagascar it was an adult bud how old it is impossible to say and at, lived in Regent s park for fifty-four years, or somewhat longer than any other inmate of the place where its long career was passed, Parrots bear the reputation of attaining a great age, though not improbable this is owing to the fact that being so oom "monly kept in captivity their days can bo moro easily ascertained than those of wild birds. Every one must remem ber tho plaintive story of Humboldt finding among tho Maypurcs of tho Orinoco a parrot whose language no body understood, for he spoke the tongue of the Aturcs, an Indian tribe against whom war and pestilence had done thei...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

I 2 ra- SCINTILLATIONS OF SOIENGE. OurlositicB and Discoveries In the "World of Progress. Previous to the year 1851 coal was the only mineral raised in New South "Wales. Even twenty years later the only minerals which had been worked there wore coal, shale, gold, copper, and antimony; but since 1871 tin, sil ver, iron, led, asbestos and bismuth have been added to the list. For the last twelve months it is offi cially estimated that the fish caught on the coasts of Scotland amounted in value to more than $10,430,000, the herring fishery alone making fully $10,207,750. The iisherj industry of that country supports a population numbering more than half a million. Grapes do not grow well in New Zealand in the open air except in a few sheltered situations. The climate is too humid and equable. The winters are too warm to ripen the wood, and the summers are not hot enough to mature the fruit. The consequence is that the most of the grapes to be had in the market there must be either im po...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

- Ii .- ,- i " ff ' i iltLUtiiit. lithl.Jibnir.i t-vv Subscription, SI Por Yoar. in Advanco, 3RK R rT?m D ! U vilLlX i Gtae78nne and Arapalice As MiwrawAwmi MERCANTILE CO. f; l,i 1. VC k si. ' blUC V, iu : J 01' kiat.i ! t:o..s lick :. UTl IbJgu.spu: osMund ilirce yturs old, both nisTEHA-L OTJT1IIX,rX'3!KB:! I'A-rA . i, inv LuT ') ;im Im r:y 1l,r;,,:1 At -'" -T1 fikA"ifcsviMt- .6 W ig-n;. 7 c t H7f ;."'.". &. &z r,. ; ': ..V. ' m. . .ii 1 rf.'vl v ly j& Vv,v. tu U' iui.zti$r.if '7w .& n r- "" ' ' i-iiii Kasler Ciiief and Cimarron Biv:rf t? ij r o. mowa Kas. fcXUiuttCil Mo. .j ) . ' "V V Pwntis on otrvr hip. Md or but , r.ov?n as tho To brand. P:d w .k. a kIuw KiK in rlaLt : now fcOd uuttor !!t Sn left. AYiliiTiONAL MitANDS. H Beth cldsa. Karfc, crop tod uudcr bit la ta tot'4. Horn toaml saiao aa cuttle, on right hip. K. K WILSON, Manager. (iKOKGlS UKYKOLDfi. I'V: Fort II.MSKU. , limianTy. sUio. u. n. MOTK. U'.IForkltM.di.I.T etthor hip horse brum? suiuo on left m&...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

TRTKR JL.IiJL.lJLii (J iso. W. jUaVilt, Kdttor & T'ropr. (INDIAN AM STOCK JOIJUNU..1 law; Mnuutrrj Local Kdltor. I I a t ill I s& fl IF f Vol. ' . Muwunno tt ArapahOG Agency, .Darlington, Indian Tor., Sept- 80, 1884 wwarTWKMl.viirrar.rreBgqwgrar No 1, "i-:pi.TJ.l!s Koir RANCH and OTHEB SUPPLIES ! pfJ lu-"i constantly on hand a very !aw sup ply oi "everything ndbdotl on the ranch, trail or In tanillle, which will be Hold ns cheap as Utn ohonp oat. A call anrnoelly solicited before iqalclng pur chases 'olsewhore. KltANK L. EKED. Indian Trader, AnartnrlvO. 1 . T. JOHN DOP.SON & BRO., AUBRiTDSAL iMffi SUTSB I CAl.lWK!.r., K ASIA'S. Ban-k of Kan. City, Southwest comer Fifth and Doletvuro Sts. KANSAS (Jiff, MO. Cash Caplial, - (0MM)0. irplus,gt;JO,000. W. fc. tiiv;orjr. J. W. Hyeis, US. K. Thornton, .1. v h. BlRVcns, win. llolmcg, J.C. James, leo. A. Howler, 1 T. KlKUnt. ilonry llarppr, L It . Moore. J. A. ChlGlC, Bernard Donually. LELAND HOTJblL SAM ML, WOODSON, rTr,,'Proriot...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

t ir,ijti,wwK).i MHAtiftmmJaiussAnaMi&TninMst3vntX!ritm.ft MWHIMWIWWIWWWBMWWIW . i i .i HKWlNti, TITUS it WILSON, Post-ofllco address, Indian Spring. I T LrtflIdo mallot, parallel bain and Hainan wont. i. ii. sen Kit, Darlington, I T HolM slU'H ati'i H. KlKhtsldnVP. on It ft Ulr ! : i r $W8sa.i& m m&tKMn rlKht 'ido. left side. Tho above are additional brands. CHKYFNNK & AltAI'AllOK AGENCY HUM). It. . Collins in charge. ltango Choyenno iV Ar apauoo reservation, I.T. Cattle branded like thte f anywhere on right side All calves branded same with V on loft Jaw. I'ostolllco address, Darlington Indian Ter. . ngnwir ftSSfeHiS Jft p ft w .VcnniJ .rfi.. It .11 tf,Hp Ji T3 " -IM3U tWKS- 2Sttfc. SIS JAMES 11. DKRBlt, Anadnrko, Iiul. Tei, Hrandlel't hip and ?llp. J I F fl 1p Homo brand. IJ. F. KBIT 11, Darlington, I. T Also VKconneet ed on right side and heart on left hip and si do. 1'S cattle on siuuo range. Ugl rmit3BIN BROS.. Ranch on Campbell crock PostoITlco, Red Fork Ranch...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

f Trffr TIE WE1E TRANSPORTER. ww wi pi i t ! ..Subscription, $1 Per Year,' in Advance. .. iOieyeDnoami Arcrttrs iiracy. fiARLlNGiGlf, rid, TER. sept. ,,o. ibS'. Kutorcd at tho POblofileoiU Darlington, its aocoiid. class matter. Mr. Decker, at the poM-oPloo, is receiving orders for a new and valuable, bock. Anmnboi'of Indion wagons Ion tied with fence wire arrived luti week from Arkansas City. A now bridao bus been built over the creel: west of tho JOblou tlio road leaning to Uie vwood eatiix), 'l wo inutnn policemen are assisting Sunt 'Hutchison witb bis outa'do work at the Arapahoe fcchaol. -A. .T. ttoynold?, one of the Aft&riabko f ruder passed up the tt nil on Iruiuy, oirrouto etui to purchase goods. .A bonnt lug ll 1 buby wr.s born to tho wife of Wm,'JIodguuy lufct week. Uothcr ami ba.be doing nit el w Indian Pupils for 'Lawrence . Tbeic wire seventy-oeven Indian pupils taken from this Agency to the new school at Lawrence, Kama, ilfty-two Choyennes and twemy-flvc Auvnlioe. A...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

THE CHHSE 1NHEL INDIAN ANDBTOOICJOUItNAL.) Quo. V. Maffet, Editor & 1'ronr. i Lafb Misiihitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Ycnr in Advance. mwm & AiMaJjwncyTDartiPEton, Indian Ter. i TJIK WORLD'S DENT. &n Aggregate Sum of $27,155,000,000 How the Money Was Employed. Few of the members of the British association tiro better known by name in the United States than Michael G. Mulhall, the statistician. Mr.Mulhall is the author of three of the most pop ular books on statistics yet printed in any language "Balanoe-bheet ot tho Wbrlti,,, "Progress of Nations," and the '-Statistical Dictionary." His "Statistical Dictionary" is tho first work of the kind ever published. Nearly all other branches of science have their dictionaries, but statistical science had none until Mr. Mulhall filled the want. In appearance Mr. Mulhall is strikingly like Gen. Grant, as wo know tho latter fifteen years ago. Mr. Mulhall has been a great traveler. He founded the first English newspaper in ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

w "UNCLEAN! UNCLEAN!" Tlio Voluntary Exile of a Leper in California, Twice in Iho history of California leper colonies have existed here, and have been destroyed by immediate action of the authorities, the Chinese and Ilawaiians composing them being returned to their own countries At the present time, however, tho Pacific coast is alarmed over tho existence of :i number of incurable lepers, some of them whites, imd a leper hospital with about thirty patients has beeu estab lished. Prompt action in shipping these lepers is demanded by most or Iho San Francisco papers, as there is clangor that in time tho disease may become thoroughly established in Cal ifornia, and thus a leper quarter at last become as much a San Francisco sight as the Chinese quarter now is. It is easy to discover the sources of leprous infection which most threaten California. One is Chinese, from the lowlands of tho great rivers, and from the Malay peninsula and the Plwllip Xincs, in both of which places leprosy ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 September 1884

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