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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 29 December 1884

7 r CAltP IN OREGON. Experience of a Fanner in Raising This Kind of Fish. A visit to the carp-ponds of Mr. Goorgo Leslie, throe miles from Salem, gives text to a subject of interest that of successful carp culture. It seems to an ordinary observer that the rivers and streams of Oregon are deficient in iish. There are but few varieties, and they are fewer in number in contrast with eastern waters. Wo allude to the smaller table fish, of those sorts which claim a permanent residence with us. The lordly salmon pay us yearly visits, and no fisli is finer or more plentiful but of the varieties of gamey fish, such as delight the heart of the anglei, wo have but; few. It has long been demonstrated that fish are easily propagated and raised, only calling for a home and protection to j'ield prolific returns; costing nothing for food, provided that they are not crowded in too small ponds, yet how little is done toward general culture. Mr. Leslie has a network of ponds, seven in all, covering ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 29 December 1884

f. j 1" "' y u:x&aa3gf3Piea'Teaaiawi. twwmuiuuummmnMwttuaJbtjiiimL'Htommx'raiS attzji.Tin IHE CHETEMIE TRAHSPORTER. GEO, W. MAFFJ3T, Postofflco adtlicss, Darlington, Indian Torrllory. -t- Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advanoc. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DAMMTON, IND, TERV Texas Land and K5?I have lost n blue roan horse, lour jears old, branded crossdn clrolo on left tlilgb, split ears and a small bay pacing iony Uirre years old, both A 64!fl lUSiMfl X 'A.., " w W - l H tt.Ufe.1 .. .- Jn,ii"T' T TTJ ft rf -MWT horses In my MMM0 brand fiT.'1 irpiawMnwtf&'Tv: ' u. m 1 1 - amf -.-r 'IT '? r i C Ta 'ftr'v3 A. WITZLEBEN. E. V, KEY. WITZLEBEN & KEY, SUCCESSORS TO York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KANSAS. Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty, a. mD -RBi !& p lJl KM 'NIC- jr bj " Jn in. vro bk imii mn v - i k j iWK? -" ?yMU Bagle Chief ana Cimarron Hay r u. mo km, & Kansas wiaifesater: , r.T? x.io v i twiU!.T XfU)y mb)uim LivA flmrs. fl Hty Mo. a a xwatuj'v...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 29 December 1884

2 utmt a.ujLiiimjiiimMiMrouiiju.Htvr.i ri.a.1 It I ft vt , I fa m THE CHEYENNE TflMIEB. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, drone and Arapahoe Agency, MRLINBTOH, 1ND, TER. DEC. 20, 1884. Entered ntlho PostollloontDarlinaton, as socoml class matter. iiimiiiimi immeatatrmtyrvni-Hxa Will Hcceiva. Thoao who intond keeping open house on Now Years day at tho agency are Mrs. Chile. 35. Campbell, assisted by Mrs. Charles and Miss JTambleton; Sirs. T. Connoll, assisted by Mrs. D. B. Dyer, Mrs. Dr. Whiting mid Miss Williams. AT TIIK l'OST. Mrs. Dowccs, assisted by 'Mr Rrnclloy and Mrs. Wygant; Mrs Crandal, nsslslod by Mies Crandal and Miss Lannnond; Mrs. Ronnott, assisted by her sister, Miss Rossottc, and Miss Seaman, of St. Louie;, Mo. The Indies "will receive between the hours i of 12 in and 1 p.m. Talcing advantage of tho eold weather of tho past two weeks, a largo supply of ice has boon put up. Tho Agent's too house is woll filled, as well as those of Capl. onnell and the Darlington Ho...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 29 December 1884

Vv M THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUItNAL.) Gko. W. Maffht, Kdltor &l'ropr. Lafk Mkiuutt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Ycni in Advance. Cheyenne & A'apanMAgcncy, Darlington, Indian Ten THE WINTER DAWN. Close-clasped within protecting hills, The little snow-thatched hamlet rests. Ice-bound and dumb are all the rills, JJleak arc the woods, and drear the nests. Beneath the straw-slack shivering stand The meek-eyed cows, the bleating sheep, And near them, idle, quiet, bland, The shepherd dog lies half asleep. From each small cot the smoke curls white Though cold without, there's cheer within- And on each pane gleams soft, gray light. The night is out; the day is in. irmiuah Jfaime, in The Current. A PROMISCUOUS ENCOUNTER. ' My dear," suitl Mrs. Spoopendyko, glancing nervously out of tho window jind then timidly .it her husband, "my dear, 1 wonder how that goat got in our yard?" "YVhat pat?" asked Mr. Spoopon dyke, looking up from his breakfast. "Why, the go...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 29 December 1884

I i INDUSTRIAL BREVITIES. Tho yield of corn in tho United States this year is somewhat in excess of 1,800,000,000 bushels, on an average rate a fraction abovo twenty-six busli cls per acre. The "arid regions" in the vicinity of the 100th meridian liavo produced heavy crops of maize of high quality. That line of longitude has ceased to bo an absolute barrier to corn production or general farming. The quality of corn is better than in 1883 nearly everywhere, and in the northern belt is worth 25 to 7G per cent more. The potato crop is nearly an average yield, or ninety bushels peracio, and exceeds 190,000,000 bush els. M. Pasteur anticipates that bisul phide of carbon will become tho most eilicatious of all antisoptcis, as it is also the cheapest, costing but a frac tion of a penny per pound in largo quantity. It is also the best insecti cide known, and for this purpose may, perhaps, be useful to preserve wood work in tropical countries. Some idea of tho use it is already put to may be...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 29 December 1884

I' Mb lCvMm'xhAfottMim'fiir '";' l'"'"; tMItll'Jll,lMjlJrai'liliiyaaulfe-iffjnwtk MfftMj9MlfJl,l.WBHWW5milUJliJia PUli lllf HJTX"i qMmYAXMUJ 'fi.i,'?'' T. C0NNELL, Rango Cottonwood cicck, Indian Torrilory. Till Lincoln In charge. Jaw brtnil on U'lt Jaw. GO TO! .VJU. TW Vt"lMP B W Vm I - iCW. 'I U 1 L7' lf &BeM KA :TOKC TILL LINCOLN. v ftw r HBHItM & HWB""""HH I yteM gifegyi ijajr'iwHj uwftasa Anything you may need, and if it ia m tlie ordinary lino it will bo Promptly .Furnished. You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. H 1 V l i 5 4 'S&Jkz'rJi BST'itffLwfciL-"-t All cattlo out branded D behind left shoulder be long to moi' g?d L w - . VyV'ov EsBttfiWU WU . t .. ... trill i'pMMfv nvi? en Ca-'lrSuppiy. I.T. cattle nitigo on weaver creen. cattle branded on both lU'es and Jaws. Ear ni'.c split light and grub left Horse branded on left hip icieasoof herd bar from v Jaw to point of shoul !er. George Bent, Darlington-, I...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 15 January 1885

3) Geo. W. Mafpkt, Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, 1S79.) I APT. MrrRTUTr, Local Editor. VOL. 6. Darlington, Indian Territory : January -15, 1885. No. 7 limn 1 1 111 mil mm 111111 nil i mhhi n wm ss0tarrMk.mKcccAxj?TT. ssx2sejcisaaix.tx.it si xukujlu iwj.jhmu .imwea mOBIIJlHWIt tumiuHw Ull l i; , TOWXSEND & PKKETf. I'ost-ofllce, Sac and Fox Agcr.ev. Indi 1 Totiltory. r-tt H vsr Samo on both bides I Nune uii Horse brand, 10 A on hip Ynrlous earmarks nnd old brand; range on Iowa reservation. iter'? ZL ! I 'I ill ei ,' The Ccnncll Fir gave our Agent. Col I. B. Dp or, a lengthy complimentary notice on hl0 reoen' scJoumi In Washington. Lend ibe now stock brands lu this ! sue. v-Monjjii'i r r.. thoe of Townsend & Pickett, .. '.o t lafgo is on tbo Iowa resei vatlen. ?v -r J. H. WATKR3, j LXp Fortlri o, I. T. JAMES If. BOND; iBl Indian Territory. SKfe. .. . y The Ciil.en k Thanportkr copies a number i'f Items fiom tho 1 -.eler In Its last Issue, bttt Lnfe gave us credit something a great ...

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 January 1885

HAIIj! MKItliY DAY. Oli, blessed, ble&sert day on which our Lord was born I Thy irlnd rut urn wc celebrate once more; While everywhere sweet bells ring in the Christmas mom. And nations sing Ilia praise whom we adore. While the sweet church bells ring Hall to our Savior! King! Our Lord, whom we adore! Horn In no earthly fane, Yet shall lie ever reign Our Christ, forevermorcl Now gather happy hearts around the Christmas board, , And loyous greetings pass from each to each; While young and old bring forth their precious hoard. And distribute their gifts with merry speech. While the sweet church bells ring Hall to our Savior! King! Our Lord, whom we adore ! Horn in no earthly fane, Yet shall He ever reign Our Christ, forevermore ! Lllla N. Cushman, in tit. Louts Magazine. SAVED AS BY FATE. 'What can it be, Louise, that is so charming about AlieeP Any one but her would be pronounced homely, with those features; besides, she is a straw berry blonde,1 she is freckled, and she has the ...

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 January 1885

31 I i i v A DROP TOO MUCH. How a Flask of Whisky Changed tho Destiny of two Men. At a private house on tho West Side the other night some men were chat ting about the vicissitudes of presiden tial elections, and the part played by luck in every person's life. An inci dent as trivial as a shower of rain has turned many a victory into a Water loo. A fool 'utters an alliterative sen tence and the destiny of the nation is perhaps changed, and history hangs upon a silly phrase. Cleveland's al leged luck " was particularly touched upon, and while it was under discus sion the host said: "By the way, I sometimes ilatter myself that I made Grant president." The speaker was evidently serious, and as he is an old and well-known merchant in Chicago, there is hardly any reason to doubt the singular story that he told. "The year the war broke out,11 he said, "I "was a drummer for the old grocery house of Smith & Williams, on Lake street. I frequently visited Mattoon, 111., and the last time ...

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 January 1885

llIMKUWCiaT.t tUKJU'miWIUi .umiWlli CTHMUMU'llWilJI HUU.UliJJiJiULl-ULMJlL'fJirrtrTggr GEO, W. MAFFET, Poslolllco address, Darlington, Indian Territory. THE CHEYEHHE TRftMSPORTER- i t Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -- ; Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND. TER. w.iikhwh iiim in ihh me ii i inn niniirn i ! iiii mm i Texas Land and A. WITZLEBEN. B. W. KEY. WITZLEBEN & KEY. SUCCESSORS T0 MMMMKOMSMnrnMnMI York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KANSAS, GKEZLVTZEiKL OUTFITTERS! Ranch 8c Trail Supplies a Specialty. Z3?l h,io lost a blue roan horse, lour jours old, branded cros-ln-clrclo en left thigh, split ears and a small bay pacing pony threo years old, both cauls corns?' horses In my E3GS8B8 brand cFrK: . .. V'iP lTCr7iT"' ''' TTtTWWMWlH -i U?aW''Aw liDV-uKTrijVt. &!?, Wm tr CQ m r$ TuJ t" i V :ar S& ' Me Ciller and Cimarron Rivers, v o. Kiowa Km, & Kanuaa City Mo. "IWn " 'Jir ftranrin on elf'wr hip, side or both, known ns the Tfi brand, Old m nk,...

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 January 1885

33- v TTliT" T? 1 IVTi1 TRANSPORTER. Geo; W. Makpet,- Proprietor. (ESTA1JUS1IK1), 1879.) Lai'B Mekuitt, Local Editor. Vol. 6. jDAvRLUNtG"ON, INDIAN TERRITORY 1 JANUARY 15. 1885. No. 7. '"Iff'l IjMMJwWWMBMtMMTMMWlWlMlilMaM ft M Al. Heitkam, Clothier, Merchant Tailor & Gents1 Furnisher OpposlteiOperattlouse, AlJKAXrTA.s CIT-V-, KANSAS. Prompt attenti6n given tb'oideis from the Terri tory, and patronage solicited. UP? B for working people. Send 10 cents postage ikUHk and we will mall fieoa royal valuable sam ple box of goods that will put you In a -.Nay of mak ing more money Iri'a few days than you evei ihou't possible at any business. Capital not required, ifoii can live at huine and work In spare lime only, or all the time. All of both sexes, of all ages, grandly successful. 50 cents tb So easily earned every evening' That all who wmt woik itiayHl'sr the business, weihako this unparalleled offer: To mil who are" not well satlslted we will scndSl to pay for the trouble of writing ...

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 January 1885

- - - -- TKnart'n" o:l.jB. Q&rVif fc! ? r.:....I..i..rTji..-; i yk r ?M,v5t A'Uli-in LAH I l.wuu. vfl LM-krlJljS, riiisiii' 1 uintoninunl, Indian Tcr i .1. H. 88lilfn. " Turlington. ! T f nimiii ttilMi T. -.' '. x -aft hTHu .iftid 01 on hi Kiuc LO HO 5WI I IT UuMflWpnm' t on ,. M neck. IV. Hht bin'-" i; ()m left II'. . r ." MWfe t a ..& tii: i BB $?' 3 1 1 mm i X ' HI WIN-, TITPrf .x . M. 'N. tY ' m NL . J Aitf I II wm . Indian spr'nuB, I T I,"T; -Mf nii.lt-t. iw ratio I v...i.JiJ P.. 1 1. m .1 . ;md ' '....t!S . 111.. 1 r V. i in- .. . . -. i ! it Ido. S3.i1ll it . i SffiBisri ' u' fefci tf$ii$J&$i I y&2ai$ mm Bi'vTrji 'r- ' 'i, J A MBS -n. DEKKE, .' uadnrKo, Ind. lor. i ... Ml ' ;in'l:rft lflg ami able. i 5 OlliiW.NMi ,to A-HAlWlIOB AdliNlY U.BIID. 1. I'. IVu.in. In charge. " "" jr" Tb'nK Chrcnne &Ar- IMrviVf jg$? 1 nnywfieio qiilght side '" - .. 'iii. tr iifi IiImj viiui v ui lyujiiiii ,o ..'in :v.drc, UfiuilnKtpo Indian Thy. , '.Y' ' I ' 2flT: - on otl on jRl...

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 January 1885

n grxs" THE CHEYEHNE TRftHSPORTER, i i i ' i 'Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advanoe. . ... -Ctenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON. IND, TER. JANUARY 15, 1885. i tiwurnMBiMWMawwwrrminroii .V"V2" """WySSSSSPS' Entered at tho Postoillco at Darlington, as second class matter. There will be religious sorvloos at the Arapahoe school each Sunday evening at7;80 o'clock by Rev. Voth. The river took a "vz" on Mondnv night and il is now beyond lording. The mails and travel Is Impeded at this point. W. IT. II Curtis is correspondent for an um oor of Kansas papers and ho is furnishing tho same with some ably written lottcrs. II ir. Bull, for two yoars assistant postmas ter at Silver City, has resigned his position and has gone to Montana to engage in tho cat tle business. Mr. S. II. Smith oxtonds his hearty thanks to all those of his IriendRwhti dil him kindly favors during his recent alhiction by the death of his lather, R. C. Smith. Sam Mathews has recovered from his so- vero spell of pnoumon...

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 January 1885

Iffll I THE CHEYENHE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND 8TOOK JOURNAL.) Gno. W. Maffet, Editor & l'ropr. Lai'b Meukitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. CteYenne k A'apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Tor. DKESSINU THE TIIOTTEKS. Improvements Which Have Helped Lover the Record The Multitude of Fixtures for Equine Comfort and Convenience. "Improvements in horse lixtures have almost reached their limit," a Chambers street saddler and harness maker said, "and if it were not for the many improvements in the past thirty years the records would not have been lowered to where they are now. Any horse-breeder or trainer will acknowl edge that, because the principal im provements have been suggested by practical breeders and expert trainers. Without taking into account tho great improvements in road wagons and sulldes, which for lightness and easy running ate very marvels in compari son with the heavy and ungraceful vehicles of twetv-fivo years ago, the improvements in harness alo...

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 January 1885

THE HOY OF THE PERIOD. borne Epigrams on tlio Irrepressible from Mrn. Livcrmore's Kecent Lecture. There is a type of people affecting Anglo-mania who say America is big, but not large. There is no fixed type of American. We are too heterogeneous for that; it will come by and by. The type of manhood called Ameri can wiU bo the strongest, manliest, holiest, bc'.t. You can only mtike beautiful bron zes by mixing many line metals. In America the great aristocrac' is that of money. It would seem as if the nation were up for sale. Every nation has its besetting sin, as every individual has his. We have had before us, a few hun dred years ago, a drunken ancestry. Their heaven was an eternal drinking saloon and the tendency remains in us. The American boy comes into the world witn such a history before him as no Greek or Koman boy every looked upon. The aVerage American boy has it in his power to clutch almost anything he may strive for. It is possible for him to obtain a moderate amount of...

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 January 1885

qrnTiftf'lwywiBwruwiuri'ytqgqw F&mimKXKMWaVl.U JVfin H IWWW lk Jll wmww I i m90MU Uulu WMMMI ! ! -a w ! ! : T. CONNKJMi, Rauicolto.. wood creek, Indian Territory. Till i.incdn m ctoano. Jaw brand; on Ivft JflW. fiiSi llJSoWMtfbML 3lflK$fc Bfndfl(l sskii is ta -b aft!ilSdffl8ES?" I51fes1;3gi JUL UN'"I-V JiAs&l& yisiii iO-O TO! ' -. - - 1r-T,. w m , j , ,, - - ... ... . t Anything you may need, and if it ig in tho ordinary lino it will bo Promptly FurnisliGd You At- Lowest Possible. Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. &W-323 l - CJCiV2C'ir-- Ail cattle out branded D itoiiiiul left shoulder be long to me. MoKrNNEY. OVER & CO (imp Sum y. l.T. Cattle t.i'ig tm HeHver creek. entile branded on Iroth liis and Jaws. TCarm'K pill right and rub lert. llorsea branded on loft hip i ei.He of herd bar trom It Jaw to point of shout George Bent, Darlington, I T AlSo ADA.. Powder FaCcf, Darlington, Jnd. Tor. tfeccs cafiina i.ift ii xi i ,! in...

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 January 1885

"""ig F"-"lKrJ-to iT Y"1? Geo. W. Maitkt, Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) LAi'"K MiiuunT, Eocil Editor. Vol.6 Darlington,. Indian Territory : January 30, 1885. No. s m-mm- i;a ,w,r; amaAfg wimasm; jjjauwBU3ttgBasrCT! t 7,; TOWNSEnD & PL.KETT. Post-Office, Sac and Fox Agency, indltw Territory. wiA.m.v..ii cwu'' Ab 31vV Jr-i5, ML, sSaSSaaysra; 9&i&3 Same on both sides I s.imu en u.uii aK.oi Ilorsc brand, IOA on hip Various ear marks und old brands; range on Iowa reservation. -. - - .J. 11. WAX15U3, Fort Reno. I. T. Additional un;, JAMES II. BOND, f w v g &&M$&& g5g, P AiL. .-JXV 2S3 -?5.2 Sliver City, In dlnn Territory. ssirS' NEWTON BURNEY, P 0 Silver city, IT B. II. CAMPBELL. C. W. Parker, manager. DirlinsrtOM, l. T. " Ww$$Mm W W3k " ' " ' ' M I l fc. COLLINS A liUTLBR. D.irllngton, Indian Ty. "UX-' on both s!des. OWEN HBNNI583Y, Ft. Reno, I. T. Range Canadian rive. C B CAMPBELL, M POFi ort Reno, I T. Ran go South Can ud Inn Horse sumo on left thigh JlIf...

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 January 1885

I W , v 4 - I . i l Ijm M CHEVEHME TRfiNSPORTEB. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Gno. W. ?affet, Editor tfcl'ropr. La?k Meuiutt, Local Editor. HubEcription, f 1 per Year In Advance. meYciwe k A'apatioe Agency, Daillnetou, Indian Ter. A NATIONAL MAUSOLEUM. The Crying Need of the Times Where the Past Presidents Arc Hurled. It would be a good idea for the United States tohavo a national mauso leum, like Westminster abbey, in which presidents could be buried, and statues of them erected. At present some of them have neither a slab nor a monument to mark their graves. Gen. Harrison's body rests in a brick vault on the top of a little hill fifteen miles west of Cincinnati. A big, Hat stone lies on its top, but there is no in scription, and the only beaut' about the grave is the pine trees which sur rounds it with their perpetual green. John Tyler's body is buried in the Hollywood cemetery at Richmond, Va., and has not a stone or bust to mark its resting-place. Ten yards away is President Monr...

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 January 1885

3 i SALT IN THE CONFEDEKACr. How Precious lb Was, and How Difllcult to Get. A Spencer carbine in good condition is one'of the small (ire-arms among the war relics of the Soldiers' and Sailors1 Historical society, of Providence. Tho "sal lino down" of this firearm in the cabinet is directly traceable to tho lack of salt in the confederacy. Salt, generally, is a cheap article, and in tho ordinary run of lifers affairs, it is not counted upon much, for it is so common there is not much use in counting on it. So universal is it that nobody thinks of designating it except by the pleboan word common, and common salt is ono of the commonest expressions wo have. Thero are no grades to salt. Salt is salt all tho 'time. Tho only way to adulterate ;New England rum is to add water to it; anything else would be moro ex pensive than tho rum. The only way .to adulterate salt is to put moro salt .with it, for there is nothing cheaper .than salt, except dirt,and that wouldn't work. If you want to sa...

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 January 1885

MMMMMMaiU)CMM(MMVMWHtatflMMMMyM Hnm IE OMEIIE TRANSPORTER. A. WTrLEEEN. GEO, W. MAFFET, rostofllce address, Darlington, Indian Territory. B. W. KEY. WITZLEBEN & KEY, ?fe 'i i . Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. SUCCESSORS TO Cheyenne ana Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IHD. TEH fmnmui York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co, CALDWELL, KANSAS, Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. I Texas Land arid SS7ln vc lost a blue roan horje, lour years old, bran. t a Ciss-In clrcl9on left thigh, split ears and asini'l I y pivmg iony three years old, both WIW MHPAHF- hoitcs In my bmnd i ; i ! i 5r Eagle Chief and Cimarron fimriW UJqttiJ':iii'.x:r.urorrr-ggagniiTO;rTLV vt, ww utitTtjWT:MvUMM'iuiiewif'raiJtvs3 AJKgjsrs.a city CANAL MILLS. Brand on i-I"vr hip. .sxo or hot1 , known a.i tho Tr br.n.l. On! m k i allow f.ik U right : now dd under Ht 'n !"ft. ADDITIONAL mtANDS. epi . Bth uldaa. iiarli, oron cad under l)lt la taaa . Dota. Soron brond otimo aa cattle, on rlsht hip. E. E. WTLSON, Manager....

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