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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 January 1885

37 IM i j. .. - j:ir7'rimTTwnaiiKwiwrtimitf iMMr tsxrxw?xj:rii!i.mMtn ii)ijii)Rljm.Miw.tuiaaraMMyJXguWMimBW)iwKiiiw.w "? - " I I 111 II ...-- i - ' i i 1 " '" -X TTW MUSCATINE CATTLE CO. Joel B. Gentry &g Co. W II Lockililgo, rorenmn iiiDloniueiit, Indian Ter OTHEH BUA D3 ! to left ite i ad 01 on right side LO HO ZII LIT right flld mid U o.i lott neck. FK Ilorso brand 'Ml on ieff IP- J. IJ. SEGEU, Darlington, I T if HI 'S-iss' mmm. 1 1 A, TITIIrf & WILSON, Post'Oillce address. . Indian Springs, I T Lortsldoniallot, parallel , bars and Roman cross. Both stdo and K UlshtoIdeVr. Ion left ldo. I side. SM fff JTS BOM alii 3: fL side. rands. rjan HUHHKjRMnBQV9 ho abovo aro additional CHKYJ3NNK & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD. R. V Colli km. In charge. w - Rjingo Cheyenne & Ar- tf m Cattle branded like this lKff?Sra ILvW KKSHaSSSiWGSC TS" 1 :!v 'if apahoo reseivallon, I.T. JAMES I!. DKEUK, AnadarKo, Ind. Tor, Bi and loft hip uncf side. BRISBIN .BROS., ?$h:m wi. I'taht .shoulder ifes...

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 January 1885

I 1 J TEMSPORTEI CHETEME I, ir. Mlkriit, Loral Editor. NO. S Geo. V. M.M n-.T, Proprietor. (ESTAnMSllKI), 1S79.) Dar'Lingto Indian Territory: January 30, 1885. Vol. 6 UHIIIW HI UtUX.'VUIlUJLm 1: , 1 i I' . t X' I I Al. Heitkam, ' ClothioF, Kmhui Tailor ft Suit1 Fsniiihir Opposite Opora House, AHKAXSAH CITY, KANSAS l'ronipt attention Riven to oidois fioin Uio Terri tory, and pationngo solicited. HPT fl for working peoplo. Send 10 oonls postage iikuk and wo will mail Irco a royal valuable sam plo box of goods that will put jou In a way of mak ing more money in a lew clays than you over thou't possible at any business. Capital not lequlio'J. You cum llvo m homo and work In spare time only or all the time. All of boih sexes, of all ages?, grinull) Micci'sslul. f( cents to af") easily earned evey evening. 'J hat ll who -vmit work may test tho business, wo inako this niipanUHed ofTer: To all who lire noi well satisfied we will send SI to pay for the double ol wilting us. Full particulars,...

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 January 1885

3 to mmrgamamemtf nans 11 HJIUIIWtaHBMWWWBW 1 THE CHEYEHHE TRftHSrOBTER, i Subscription, $1 Per Year, inAdvance. -- cUByenne and Arapahoe Agency, flARLINM, IND. TER. JANUARY 30, 1885. Entered ut 1 ho I'oslofllcont Darlington, lis ocoond class matter. Hil IMM Willi !! Mil I 111 I III! I IH III fUUII IM v mj'jmrn "Word from .T. S. Morrison says (hut ho is sojourning in Urooklyn. Shot at nn Indian Danco. IJ011N. On Saturday, Jan. 21, to Mr. MT3. F. C. Cromwell, u boy baby. and E. W. Morris has romovod to tho Post, whoro he is to bo book-keeper for Uio Post traders Skating wns resumed Jjy tho young folks last night aftorair liuermismoivof a couple of months. A bouncing boy baby arrived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cleveland at tho Wich ita Agcnc3' on tho 27th. Sunt Hutchinson, of the Arnpuhoo school, visited Chief ioft Hand's camp on Sunday returning with a number of now children as the result of tho day's work Mr. and Mrs.Matrett camo home from Can. tomncnt on Wednesday, night, 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 January 1885

H MINOR MENTION. Bun Butlkh is hard up for ready crush. 1 David Dudley Fihld will writo a ibook. It is said that Mr. Cleveland has to -shake 3,000 hands a week. Tun conductors on street cars in Mexico always carry revolvers. The pulp of the Florida banana pro duces excellent paper and rope; The pulse of Napoleon 1. beat forty five instead of sixty times a miuute. A dollau, worth $G00, according to y, recently issued catalogue, is Iho sil ver dollar of 1801. Mu. Thomas Hughes, bettor known as "Tom Brown," lias agreed to writo a life of Peter Cooper. Queen Victoria's fortune is over $80,000,000. Thoro is an interesting widow for somo titled personage Mit. Gladstone's principal objec tion to American axo3 is that their han dles are not cut oil' at right angles. On his fiftieth birthday the munici pality of Vienna declared John Strauss free from all local rates for the rest of his lifo. THE OUTSIDE DOG. An English firm has begun the man ufacture of casks and barrels of steel. Thoy aro l...

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 January 1885

37 METEOROLOGICAL. Summary for the Year lCfri Prepared by Prof. F. H. Snow of the University of Kansas, from Observations Taken at Lawrence. The most notable features of the year 1881 were the low mean tempera tures of tho spiing, summoraud winter months; tho high mean toraperaturo of the autumn months; tho very largo rainfall, which came within half an inch of the extraordinary precipitation of the year 187G; tho unusual percent age of cloudiness; the low velocity of tho wind: the decided preponderance of south winds over north winds,' and the increased percentage of atmospheic humidity. TEMPEKATUHE. Mean temperaturo of tho year, 51.80, deg., which is 2.11 deg. below tho mean of tho sixteen preceding year3. The highest temperature was 98 dog., on July 8; the lowest was 21.5 deg., below zero, on tho 5th of January, giving a rango for tho year of 119.5 deg. Moan at 7 a. m., 45.09 dog., at 2 p. in., 59.40 deg.; at 9 p. m., 50.04 deg. Mean temperature of tho winter months, 24.19 deg., ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 30 January 1885

lffcuryrW3JaAk ASK2RE22P: ')af37C5tBeJHJ'ti-l'-.''i''W-j1-l!,'',1i' -JHU1; j.;, .L'l' JSgtf !Ti wmjMWgpggwe a in ' JOHN P. BAIIID, Postoniso address Darltngton, Indian Torrltor.7 T. CONNELL, Rango Cottonwood creek, Indian Territory. Till Lincoln In charge. ivl iO-O TO: law brandon eft Jaw. fci BB Wh nJNB k vk g oniGit BRAKD& : 2 HOHSE B1UND3 Ci iMfli JLJrsb- mlL.11, 1 : ' H. A. TODD. On either side. Hor sebvan d same on loft "shoulder. P. O., 'Caldwell. Kan. rsss swSSSSU&hi oft BllOUlll Potoflk'o, I QL 'JILL 11NCOIA. , tt - -jf- nri tt i i - - - " ... .... i i.m i i m All caltlo out branded D bihmd lel't shoulder be long to mo. MoKEKNEY, OYER CO ninp Supply. I.T. jnttlo Kunje on Ueaver crook. caltlp branded on both Idos and Jaws. Earin'lc Dill light and grub left. UorsoH bi anded on left hip I eieaso of Moid br.i worn li jaw to point or snuiu Anything you may need, anil if it in in the ordinary lino it will be Promptly Furnished Tou At Lowest Possible Rates. (Anything we do ...

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 February 1885

7c m A ATU D A EF-lTTEi D ir xj ii 01 yit--LjiVi i "; Geo. W. Maiti r, Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) Lafu MtiRiurr, Local I'Milor. J Vol. 6 Darlington, Indian Territory : February 15, 1885. No 9. W IMmB'J MMJLU -.! ItlUCKWI .At MMLXVtaZ mawwwwuiiMii'wHOiiMimuui.mjmiwuAimunan IJiJi 1 Jill N JCj J. K I t V TOWN.SEVD & PICKETT. Post-oKlc, Sac ana Vo Agency, Iiuhan Territory. HPHhP7j. BtfiE2Pr iflH I Same on both sides same on both slues Horso brand, 10 A cm !' Various car marks and old brands; ruiigo on Iowa reservation. y2 .7. II. WATERS, Fort Kfio; T. T. Additional brand JAMEC 11." bUM, I .Fort Rono Gavrisou Locals. Lleuts. Stevens and Day aro "courting" at Wich ita. A. C. Noble, lor sonio time one of. the book keepers lor our Post traders, has left for St. Louis. Ckas. Scott, butcher for the Post beef contractor, has gone to Kansas, whero he oxpect3 to remain. On the 5lh Inst, thero arrived at the house of Noil Evans a bouncing boy baby, who receives the name of Jack S. Evans...

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 February 1885

THE CHEYEHN E TRANSPORTER (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUKXAL.) Ono. W. Maffiit, Editor i&Propr. Lavk Mkhhitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in .Advance. Cayenne & A apahoe Agency, Darlln&ton, Indian Ter. 110! WINTKJl. Hat winter, ho! Winter, Ivln of the northern blast 1 You meet us all, you tfreot us all, Willi tfilp that f i (w.i'd fust. In rciral pomp you've gathered up Your royal robes of snow, And by their trailing men shall trace Wiiu'ever ways'you go. Your grim retainers all, alack! Make but a cruel train Of biting sleet and stinging winds Anil lee and frozen rain. The rich with furs and blazing hearths Your carnival may scorn, While Mirth and Cheer may reign supreme From wassail eve till morn. n. But ha! "Winter, ho! Winter, " hat about the Poor? Who've no stronghold against the cold, No bribe or sinecure To set at bay the stinging day, Or soften down the night, Who note the thickening ulndow-pancs With sinking hearts alTright, Who draw their babies close and sin...

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 February 1885

I I I OLD TICNODKltOGA. Traditions of tlio Fort That Occupied a Con spicuous riiu'o in the Revolutionary War. Ono should establish himself at the pretty village of Ticonderoga, up the outlet of Lake George, where one finds good hotels and all the amenities. Lake George is throe miles away on the south, and Lake Cham plain two miles on the east, while at the door in the falls of the outlet is almost every variety of form that falling water can assume. This ouMot as it leaves Lake George, is a considerable mill-stream of clear, cold water, sparkling and murmuring among meadows until, reaching the village, it falls 250 feet in as many yards, covering almost at a leap the' difference in level between the two lakes. In its natutal state the cataract must have been a romantic picture, but its waters are now so ob stucted by dams and vexed by mill wheels that much of their beauty has vanished. The great feature of interest, how ever, is old Fort Ticonderoga. As one glides from the outlet i...

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 February 1885

KKrcregsga2ssagtesB sreiaintmsttaeiiifaooemt3MmiJ!Mmti'jiaiKeasrK trxxam&irKnmaetHmm&vniax (JEO, W. MAFF13T, 1HE CilESlE TRANSPORTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, Cheyenne anil Anpahoc Aucy, darliitotov, no. TEfc A. WlTJiLtiMSN, 13. W. KEY 'ostofllcc address, Darlington, Indian Territory, WITZLEBEN & KEY, giver., sons to York-Parker-Draper Mercantile Co. CALDWELL, KANSAS, GKJHIfcTIEJnE.A.IL, OTTTIFITTIEIRSI Ranch & Trail Supplies a Specialty. rf38S?3r vmrmnt Texas Land and 3 1 have lost a bluo roan horae, l'ou. years old, branded cross in circle on left thigh, spill ears and a small bay pacing pony three years old, -both fiA7??.E PIW1V9. MM4fl i.iifiy; nor es In rn BRMI braud fern F"fV9S5s-f?-iS - Kfl vu r I SWl tfpp! iwifiv row. Y Bag IB Bv p.o. Gliler and Cimarron nmrs. Klona Km. & Kansas City. Mo. M &m$ osaci ;rnna8 on eirr mid. pM or r t . ovrn as the T:" brand, Old nrnk. 8alli . f..,. m right: non vld under tit In left. ADDITIONAL BIIANDS. m Bo...

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 February 1885

7 L ""iff W ER " r"y W"""" Vk 1T " T W""" Geo. W. M "ri'.i. tr. (KSTAHLImIU-.D, 1670.) I.mk MuKiuir, Local Editor. Vol.6 Darlington, Indian Territory: February 15, 1885. No. 9: :iiuLim r3. iiwidmimmimiuj iMjjjuummmLj-gHLj'iinuiwumJwjumu !"AiiactAWtsittn'jaMrsM i wiiiii 'wimw Al. Heitkam ? Clothier, Merchant Tailor & toll' Fwaitk Oppolto opera House, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN ."A H. Prompt attention given to'oulers from the Terri tory, and patiointKO solicited. HFlf Q foi woiklnjr people, fend 1 0 conts ixwtage huk and wo will mall fieo a royal vain hie snwi plo box of Roods that will put you In u viay of milk ing moie money In a lew days lhan you ever thou t possible at any business. Capital not required. You can live at h me and woili In frparo time only, or ail (he time. All (t 1 o;h sexes, of all ages. gi."nd)y successful. M1 rent" to 55 wildly eained eveiy evening 1 ltai j.U wl.o vvi nt vvoik may test the business, we in?:; o (Ms unpnr.i'lplpd offei : To all who aie not woll ail. l...

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 February 1885

ti i,niKtaJaK'J'iaBg.x:.iiU!!i.liJ4.,i'iuiU'if i iiwi nuumiL'iLiwanui'i-jmii wh m 'pawwwmwut wi WT V TWf tf V fi ' - ; . Br SET " trh m- i 1 n 5 " ' -'AT' & " kit i " :i r h. J- Jvt a- .iauwina .-rw m li-nr .rp .ym It A CTJEt'Bj jLIEm ..rwMK HarittipM mn.. "v. irT Hw. iMTlTTKWfii. . " -M rrttr ftr.. W.Tn 1' - .. r 1. '-t.r. r-j: r I i tJT F . r J i i ' . JTHErc-( ,1?. ivfl. i I. fl ri . Noam ? h i. .- r S?3KW HVH? 5iS4ft t tj Hue hHHkJ4V( WBl rMrflk'" -SESIP !jiw tt HHt i -f U"KP1 T UPB: tj- i . ji uar f-: illmti KIKIifiBMHV - HKsRf JR Joel B. Gentry & Co. ttaf - r I'&rtiJf&i J13 -10 x. .nd M JLjOO U ST O-Tw ffffiOV V. f - - LV ' BX7bflKflE t- mffz. '. '' vA JPImT !fc "lJi W 1 1 II n 1 P i i1 1 iMMMi Q7E :FAJEE21 . ;j:LEi&I" ?rnr jbhv Short-horn, Hereford and Foiled Cacde! q HBHi m ili"' -TT m ' " TO fvn,,' ' i ; 1" lAKI'" IBb JACKS AXT) JEXXETS. . rl-rrjij H r-: .- - -- r.a oiljls; ec car Ifjrf &. strv A: (.. HmdHTilkL BsfeHs Oft- JIjo J.W1JL- M.i!.U'.MIJ n ...

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 February 1885

0 ft,WOMBSOMTjaKxarorr3pcs PVXSMmeaMmuammnrr3nayfrmtcjvx.iii Mwwqwpy nyyinw "IK CHEIIM TRfiHSPORTEB. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advanoe. Cheyenne anil Arapalice Ajtency, MRLIMON, 1KB, 7ER. J'EP.RUARV i-, iSt;. I The Shops-Busy Indians, Enturcd attlio Poslofllecirt Pr.rllngton, as second class matter. imi'jHftmngnnTiJiBH A brother to Mr. Cromwell i.s hero f Iowa our visit. '.n One of 1ho latest additions to tl, i.f pupils at tho Arapahoe school ! . ohl boy, who receive the ilhutrior-... (J rover Cleveland. mi year ; im ? of A question is askcil why tho clerks in the departments at Washington are like .i forest? Mr. Decker says it is becau o they r kavx: in the spring. A substantial board sidewalk has bet. laid along tho principal stre t lending from Col. Dyer's otllcc to his residence- The giading o the street is also a great inipro vomer. The Wichita Daily Eagle is the daily pa:-( 1 for this country, as iUm-lve-; lip? twenty four hours ahead of all other dailies. Lcaw 3our subscr...

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 February 1885

IK CHEYEHHE TMBHIEB r la tho (raly Paper published within a radius of a hundrod milo3. SflbscriiJllon. $1 . 00 Per Year, in Advance. sliocp as well as lo tho cattlo herds. In the Musselshell district ctittlo mat ters have a rather gloomy appearance. Late in the fall many roving bands of Indians, Piogans, Crows, and Blaekfeot, in their numerous maraud ing expeditions against each other. horses irom the whites, and stealing IS i 1 1 .. running on siock wncuovor sin oppor- 4. Kllillll few r m m -,...--- .. - - - - ., . tunity ofl'ered, maliciously prairie on lire and burnt oil' I the grass. . Brand Advertisements $5 Per Year. EK'-Ratca for Display Advortlsomcnta mado known on application. NORTHERN OATTLE-RAiNGES. How tlio Poor Ii-iitiCS Driven from Texas Suffer in the Musts of a Montana Winter. Tho Coyotes mid Prairie Wolves on the Trull of tho StruKglintr Herds. A Pitiful and I'nlnful Invtisioii. The present cold weather in the northwest is unprecedented in the his tory ot the country...

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 February 1885

w Ifl HI i ,m KBW OHMSANS. The Grcnt Exposition The Attendance Not Large Bull Fights The Street Cur Drivers' Strike. Correspondence of the Kansas City Journal. Ni;w Ou leans, La., Dec. 29. The entertainment given in Music hall Christmas evening was remarkable for one thing the evergreen tree, which was about fifty feet nigh, came from "My farm at Edge wood," "Ik Mar vel's" home in Connecticut. It was shipped here for this purpose. When "Ik Marvel wrote his first and best book, Keveries of a Bachelor," ho made a name for himself in the South, and then won a Southern beauty and married her. If 'this be true, as J have often heard, he feels an interest in the "Sunny South" and to show this feeling sends'a Christmas tree for the World's fair. THE ATTENDANCE AT THE EXPOSITION. We are of tho opinion that there has been less than 5,000 daily paying ad missions to tho exposition since the opening day. There was not much, if any, less than 10,000 free passes out. This, of course, includes vi...

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 February 1885

") IHAwcansasfcrA &lt&vrjvlt&ti2tSeeax Traarw wtfewawaensasm Vi 'ii 'I " - JOHN P. BAIRD, PostoT.'o nJdro33, Darlington, Indian Territory 'J'. C0NNELL, lluiifto CotlomvooU crcok, Indian Torritory. Till Lincoln In charge. iGOTO: y- OTJTKU BRANDS : nm?Wt& a i wi wai u&27u4iiAMtf Na vO" r . - a . -- --- y v r tv x Mrlr TO Vv r-cnrT?T 6XV CT HOHKI-: DRAKDS EJj MtmA n it -sasssffiEfis ?S mil iinc-cii . Anything you may need, and if it is in tlio ordinary line it will be Promptly Furnished You At Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for You. All cattle out branded E behind lelt shoulder be long to mo. ', T "vfcSSS. 4 f tllfMi v:rr.wi 'yf-iii.'snja fnib:i . wwii v f :.. McKKNNEY, OVER & CO rump Supply, l.T. rattle iaigo on Heaver creel;. ( attle branded on both Mes and jaws. Farin'lc pllt light and grub loft. Morses bninded on left hip l douse or herd bar train ft Jaw to polut of shoul-er. George Bon I, Darlington, T T Al...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

TO A 1 Q Pi" Y OT TO ' I Air. Mi:RRirr, I owl Editor. (Jco. W. M'ti'H', Proprietor. (ESTABLISHED, 1879.) ir Darltngton, Indian Territory : February 28, 1885. Mo. 10 Vol. 6 sa y. 1 . M "iJ juBizcawi iAiaasjtjAMr..ttf,ijuaKCCTixgM TOWMEND & IK'KETT. Post otiice, t-ac nii'i 1'ox Agon')', Ii.dl i.i "f niloiy. JBis tofl I Same on both sldei S mo on both blues Horse brard, IOA on hip Various ear maiks mhI old bnuids; rango on Iowa reservation. .1. It VATKH5, T u l;i'!io, T, T. v. f Tr5RM "Additional b am ffiSttB s2 JfiL J A' KS II. HUM), " EfSj5 tiivr 'it, wMIS? 6? & indMui -Territory . 9sflsU& THE VOBLD WE LIVE IN. (TOR TUB CIIBYBNNB TIUNSrOKTliK. Tli a wondrous matter of-fact world, Wbate'er Ihe romancers may say, WV may scheme and may dream of to-morrow, Uut then we must live in to-day. dwol enjoyment, the siren of pleasure Brings out from her store-house so vast, And we think In our selfish contentment, That loiover and cvor 'twill last. I shall never be moved say tho Wly,...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

mrm 1 itt I "if THE tmaiE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUKKAL.) Geo. W. Maffkt, Editor fc l'ropr. La?k Meiuiitt, Local Editor. JfubEcrlption, $1 per Ycnr in Advance. theyenne & k apahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. MINOR MENTION. Mns. Millionaire Mackey is to bo at tho capital this winter. Piiof. Alkxandkii Agassiz lias sail ed for tho Sandwich islands. Caul Sciiukz in his southern tour is to lecture about "Benjamin Franklin." Edmund Yates began his journal istic career at 1 a week on The Court Journal. Mme Modjeska's arrangements for ,an American tour next season havo ;bcen made. Kate Smulsev is still at it. Sho ato ta littlo toast Christmas day and sips a little wine occasionally. Mrs. Secretary Teller calls in a 'handsome visito of embossed black vol vct aud a royal purple velvet robe. Si'EAkek Gratiam, of the Pennsyl vania house, is a peculiar-looking man. lie has no eyelashes and wears a big wig. The rajah of Tuluhan has forwarded to the president of tho United States...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

&b THE G0VERN3IENT PRINTING OFFICE. Tho Largest Establishment of Its Kind in tlio World How "The Congressional Koc oril" is Prepared, Printed, and Distributed. Tho lato discussion in tho senate as to tho publication of its dobatos led mo into tho government printing ollice, whero The Congressional Record is printed, says a correspondent to The Cleveland Leader. It is an immense prison-like building, covering about an aero of ground, and looking more like a groat factory than a govern ment establishment. Its material is brick, its color a dirty white, and its form that of a hollow square. It has many windows and numerous entrance doors. At each of the latter stands a fuard with a silver badge on his roast, nnd over the chief entrance door is a little, stony-eyed marble bust of Ben Franklin, which looks stunted under the four stories of dreary white which rise above it. In this building nearly tho whole of tho printing for the government is done. It is said to be the largest print...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 February 1885

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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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