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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 November 1881

Xbi THE SLIM TEACHER. How He Managed the School at Cran berry Gulch. Snn Francisco Bulletin. "Mister, no doubt you have all Ihe learnin' that's required in a school teacher, but it wants more than learnin' to make a man able to teach school in Cranberry Gulch. You'll soon find that out it' you try. AWvo had three who tried it on, One lays there in the graveyard; another lost his eye; the last one opened school and left before noontime for the benefit of his health. Ho h.'i&n't been back since. Now you're a slender build, and all your learnin' will only mako it worse, for all our young folks are rough and don't stand no nonsense." This was what ono of the trustees of the district said to my friend Harry ITlotoe, when he made application for the vacant position of teacher. "Let me try. I know I am slender but I am tough and have a strong will," said Harry. "Just as you like. There's the school house, and I'll have the notice given if you want it done," said the trustee. "Cdo," sai...

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

3-k3. jhiiujjlijiij- awwwMwiw'aMiMwraiHgawigm wwxrmei I i News Items. American horses have won .$150, 000 in England and France this senwm. Printer?' ink may he removed from linen by the use of ether or oil of turpentine. Matter from St. Lewis paper re jmbliFhed in iK pair& of Chicago. is always credited to- "country ex changes.' Two men were drDTrned at Deca tur, J 11. by the bottom of a well, in which they were working, falling into a subterranean lake. Durfag the summer packing sca ronr from March 1st to Nov. 1st, Chicago packers slaughtered ami sflted2,(5(5S,(WK) hogs, against 2.I71. 000 for same period last year. At. Chastain, wlio shot Sadie Collier in a drunken racket at Ilun Jiewell a short time a.co,. has been i-onvicted of murder in the second decree, the lightest icnaltv for vh idi i? ten years imprisonment m in thsr penitentiary. Th senate confirmed thv nomi eftitroM, of Judge Flgeiof New York, Secretary f the Treasury and T. L. Jams?, of New York, Postmaster Soncrnl...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

cX b s Ttr 1 i Uli VOL daelincton, i. t., not. 25, 1.881. NO. MHTD kctsmji isiwi' awjiv mxiunt um u m 1 SMM " it . - - -- Til 10 STOCKMAN. M.IJ. PLAIT. .IKSHi: KVANS. Thoro In nothing' so tfiy, fl uMiandtninKAIiiy Tim stockmen tiro Imviiig their ipinrfKiTp No longor In onmp, -Ami in inutlhousop dump, The jolly cow boys arc Ijonntl up. The Mexican pony Ho looks proud niul tony, And scouts to feci winter Is ovov: Cures si d . . for his iimstm, Ami runs nil the faster, flu is amcilllng the Kra .and Mio eloper. And ninny a bonst Js later ahippod Hast While westward goes ninny n iloilftr; So stockmen eonnt all And dress up in the fid I, Heal nobby from the foetlto the collar. Aii thoelothlngmon's ,,loh" Is well known ICahn & Sehlous. Where the stoernnen all meet and are trailing- SoyouMl purehnse I guess, At the firm "K. & S. Whoso goods wear forever without ihdtujc. Kahn & Schloss, STOOIOI KX'S IIKADQL'AKTRHS Cor. Ko, Ave. & Slain Straot. KANSAS CITY, MO. OOSAXI) rt .MOS...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

V-L'' 'L COMFORT ONE ANOTHER. Comfort ono another; Kor tho way Is growing dreary, The feel aro often weary, And the heart is very sad. There is heavy burden-bearing, When it HoiMiiH that none aro oaring, And wo half forget that ever wo were glad. Comfort ono another; ... With tho hand-clasp close and tender, With the sweetness love can render, And the looks of friendly eyes. Do not watt with grace unspoken, While life's dallv bread is broken, dentin speech is oft like manna from the skio?. Comfort ono another; Thoro aro words of music ringing Down the ages, sweet as singing Of the happy choirs above. Kansomed saint and mighty angel, Lift tho grand, deep-voiced evangel, Where forever they are praising tho eter nal love. Comfort ono another; Uy tho hope of Him who sought ns In our perilHim who bought us, Paying with His nrocious blood: Uy tho faith that will not altor, Trusting strength that will not falter, Leaning on the One divinely good. Comfort ono another; Lot the gravo-gloom di...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

c2 b y r D THE GASTR03C0PE. Apparatus by Which the Interior of a Man's Stomach can be Viewed, Physicians have long been in posession of instruments commonly small mir rorsdesigned to assist them in get ting a look at the interior parts of the human body, such as the back part of the mouth, the throat, theinnerear.etc. The dentist's mirror perehelion, a flexi ble joint, is i'am liar to all. But it has long been desirable to penetrate to the stomach of a patient afflicted with gastric troubles and see by actual in spection what is its condition. Thus may often be gained during the life time of a man the valuable informa tion obtained at present by post-mortem examination for the mortuary report, and what has hitherto served too late to gratify the curiosity of the doctor may go to saving the life of his patient in a word, a means of diag nosing the condition of the stomach by sight rather than guessing, has long been wanted, and Ilerr Leiter, of Vienna, has patented an instrument desi...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

cjM i l Mfc in The Transporter ".kkakhaspaumkh. , YORK-PAKKER-DRAPKR, I't'IlMMLBl) SliMI-MoKTHM'. DARLINGTON, INDIAN TBBRITOIl"Z' Subscription, $1. per your in advmnoo. W. A. EATON, Editor Arrubiislicr FUIDAY, NOV HM 1151125, Wl. A HANDSOME PORTRAIT. Tiic Iowa Farmer Co., of Cedar Kapidn, Iowa, who arc the publish ers of one of the very bust farm and nfock journals in the West have, with commendable energy decided In present an elegant portrait, 19x2-1, of the late CJkn. .Ias. A. Ci.vitKir.Ln, lo each and every one of their read era free of charge. The price of the Faismku ie but one dollar a year and well worth twice that amount. The picture is a beautiful one, the orig inal of which 'won pronounced by Garfield himself, the best he ever saw; and pictures inferior in every way are being sold at 7o els. to 1. each. A copy of this one and the Iowa Fa km Kit is pent a whole year by sending only onf. dollar to the Co.; at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. BORDER NOTES. Ctihlwoli Commoraiiil. Will Ala...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

w iiTn'ftTTnft-mnrirnriirwivfiTiiTirinr'-"'tJ""irrffirritiiiviiiiiiiMntiiiiiii SUPPLEMENT -A- JL X JlJL 1 kJX J J. 1; X A J A ta t vrvr o T V JLJ O. ylMIMWartliTOiWI WIWM 'LWIMKiWm' DARLINGTON, I. T., NOY. 25, .1881 Ores well Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, KAH. J. I. 1IUEY, - CiisiiJer. MHWm lliwunmwt...... r .agmrxir.l-.WBi,iiir..M.,l.J. At! Horts. NO. . Interest Paid On Time Disposers. Money Loaned at Lowest Kate?. Funds Guarded by Sargent & Greenleaf'B Time Lock. exjmM2HVKmV3Btan imi TTiimn in iinim nv imiiw i ' nrw i CITYOTJR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. T.R. HOUGHTON, dkaleu i.n Harness, Saddles, Whips, Spurs, and Frontier Outliis. A lull line of everything needed by Cow Boys always in stock. None but the best material used, Mid prices as low as the lowest. 35!fiSP"Tradc from the Territory Solicited. ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. MGggSgaWHHHmillf H."-WHHfiTU McLaup-hlin Bros. o TTOiolrsttf o ami lictnil Dealers In UROCElllftS, STONEWAKJR, AND COAL OIL. Vfc hare tho Inrgeut stock of goods in our lino i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

w SWIffiryfryfr-aMW viUjimattKyg.gtwtrtrOTiriJ y mu freiyfmMrxwjsaaap.B rjrawaiwju-MMWMwMastcraiMSg Hntorcd ut llio I'oBtoflleo nl Darlington, as sucunri class mutter. MAIL TIM KTAIILK. Culdwull & Ft. Sill Lino. AltUIVK. AHItlVK. From North 11a. in. Krom South 10 a. m. Mondays lO.xouptml. Sunday 3 Excepted. StngoM, Hiuno time, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays Saturdays; going N. iMondays, "Wednesdays & Fridays. A. T. & S. V. U. It, TIM 10 TABLE. cxunvr.u. ST.vno.N'. Pnsscngor. Accommoilntion, Al'.r.IVK. ll:tt A.M. 8:10 P.M. UKPAltT. .'1:00 P.M. f:20A.M. Local Ileuis. Airs. W. E. Aialalley, of Pond Greek, arrived Tuesday. The stock brand b of B. F. Keith appear in this issue. Bickford's ox train was down a few days ago with freigl I for Reno. Company M. lth Cava 1 17, , Lieut. Mason, started for Now Mexico on the 18th instant. A company of the 9th cavalry, colored, arrived on the 16th and arc on duty at Fort Reno. We have had some sharp weather of late, but from accounts it h...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

? (wnpfwuaarjwsercewrx wwwmiwm .tuMMumrrmmmmmrrrmmmmmm flcnornl Albert Pike, Fovoroiicn Orand Commander of tin- M.'imi of (he world, recently visited Texas for (he purpose of conferring the deirree of Aneient Scottish iUaponrv. Stork men wlm are rnnging any where near this denervation will find I hat if their brands are advor iteed in the Tkanioktki! their es trav slock will he much more eas ily recovered. Then there can he no dispute as to who a brand be longs to, and much trouble thereby avoided. We have plaeed th price ho low o.Of) per year that -every man who owns a hundred cattle can well a fiord to thus protect hiinftclf. 11. A.. TODD. On cither side. lior . ' ! r a n d sam on left H I 1'avties finding stock in any of the brands advertised in this paper will confer a favor by informing the own er by letter or postal card. Npei,u-t7v set (Jeorge Boot, Darlington, 1 T Also ADA. rn Anything you may need, and if it is in the ordinary line it will ho Promptly Furnished You dtf!At L...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

1 HE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. rUJJLISirhl) SUM I MONTHLY, In the Interest of Indian civilization and Progress. TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. wwmnw .mmmwmm WONDERLAND, Some Curiosities from the Yellow stone National Park Paragraphs of Interest Concerning Nature's Own Museum. Clicyunno Lender. The Yellowstone National park is the wonder-spot of the world. What with its geysers, hot springs, glass mountains, weird acenor), and thousand and ono curiosities, it is a place to which any traveler can resort with pleasure after having traveled the world. Sir Charles Coldstream would never have wearied of ennui had he visited nature's own museum, which is located in the northwestern corner of "Wyoming territory. Col. P. W. Norris, the efficient su perintendent of the nation's park, is in the city for the purpose of consulting with Gov. ITolt respecting the building of a road into the park from Wyoming. As it is, one must enter by way of Montana. Col. aSTorris is on route to Washington, and wi...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 November 1881

371 IF ALL SORTS. Caws and effectCrows and bird shot. 10 is the clean table-cloth that catch es the early grease-spot. What is ino?- like a hen stealing "Why, a cock robin, to be sure. A little learning in Jt doctor is a dangerous thing to the patient. Nature keeps the ocean tide, and that is why it does not run away like a river. The editor oC a lower Maryland pa per has fifty subscribers who pay in oysters. If you want to get rich mount a mule, because when you are on a mule you are better off. The feeble tremble before opinion, the foolish rlnfy it, the wise judge it. the skillful direct it. The run of silver salmon was nev er so extensive in Pugot sound waters as during the present season. The Philadelphians have become used to the colored policemen, who now attract no particular attention. The hog may not be thoroughly post ed in arithmetic, but when vou come to a square root he is there the hog is. A force of sixteen to eighteen hun dred men are at work on the Salt Lake end 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. — 25 November 1881

37 w-ztunTzww ? yif-nnfnT,'?osrr,Tntt;.rrn i7crr5mffatutwwj'ytPfi.iv)MM'nMrtefTKtitirttxirw8iiii' J '''''' "H' ?'!L!!rj: v.'jvj tjWniJiarau 8ycu3:i3craix&reMaLigranfcirM wiww 1 1 uru rv lipphi The nui eh between ex-President Diaz, of Mexico, a gay youth of 60, and the 1S year old daughter of Ro meo Kului,'was purely political. The bed of a creek running over one of the largest poft coal mines in the country. a( Slrealor, J 11., broke through and flooded the mine. No lives lo.sl. Damage $10,000. The lies that were laid for the temporary railroad track (o TClberon at Long Branch, for the transfer of President Garfield to the cottage, have been constructed into a cabin. Will the Texas Live Stock Jour nal never get done enlarging? It now comes to us enlarged to a seven column quarto, displaying brands too numerous to estimate and show ing prosperity in every part. At Zihvaukee, Mich., on the Mth inst., a battery of ten boilers ex ploded with earthquake violence, completely demolishi...

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 December 1881

213 TRANSPORTS R. VOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., DEC. 10, 1881. NO. 8 . yMw;jgg.ireW a.iMULUB'mjaamiMW j'.vu metmn wmliium iiw-uiniim'WMWll 'jll Ji I HiJj JN JHi R' 5 t ,v t s. THE STOCKMAN. Tlicro is nothing so guy, As when during Mny Tho atoclnucw tiro having their rouud-np. So longer in cmnp, And In mud houses damp, The jolly oow boys arc bound up. i Tho Mexican pony II o looks proud mid tony, And aeons to feel winter i8 over; Caros ad., for hiy mastGr, And runs nil tho faster, He is amolling tho grass and tho Glover. And many a beast Ta later shipped Knst TVliilo westward gooa muny a dollar; fto Btockmcn eomo all And dress up in the fall, &oal nobby from tho fcotito tho collar. Ao thoclothingmon's "Uoss" la well known Kahn & Sehloss. Whero the stocfirmon all moot and art) trading So you'll purchnao 1 guessr At the linn "K. . S." TV'hovo goods wear forever without fading. Kahn & Sahloss, STOCKMEN'S HEADQUARTERS Cor. Mo. Ave. & Main Stroot. KANSAS CITY, MO. C03AND&...

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 December 1881

tf'l THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. PUBLISniCD SBMI MONTHLY, In Uie Merest of Indian CiYliTzallon and rrogress, TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. THE PANAMA CANAL A Sickly, Forsaken, Povorly-Strikcn People. Br. Charles Peitzch, 11 Gorman phy sician of New York, has just returned from Aapinwall and Panama, and gives a very gloomy account of the country and the prospects of the De Lesseps Canal scheme. "If any of your friends think of going to Panama," said the doctor to a Tribune reporter, "advise them not to, In nil my travels I never saw a more sickly, poverty-stricken and forsaken people. 1 was induced to go there by the promise of a largo business in my profession. There was plenty for me to do, but no money in it, and I came away as soon as I could. There are about 250 people at work on the Panama canal, 200 of whom are negroes. Half of them are sick, hag gard and starving, and the death rate is alarming, although the facts are suppressed as much as possible. There are not more than 1...

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 December 1881

3.7f COURTING BY LETTER, An Extraordinary Case Arisen in Montreal From the Practice A Widow and An ImbecileClergyman. The Montreal conespondent of The Toronto Globe writes under date of Oct. 25: A very interesting story is talked of in some family circles, who arc believed to be what a Yankee would call "some pumpkins." It appears that four ladies young ladies, of course, .as there are no others entered into a correspondent recently with a clergy man in London, England. This family were daughters of a gentleman who once was a major in the English army, and during the regimo of the Canadas was at one time an A. D. 0. to the governor-general. Then the family moved in the highest circles. The clergyman with whom the ladies cor responded had retired from the pulpit with a handsome allowance, and had an income of about 5,000 a year. Be sides he was 65, intellectually inflrm, and might die at any moment. Here was a catch. The correspondence grew from the stage of friendliness, past the fa...

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 December 1881

7 k Q- iinwji.-uw.MMi iu vrnxm awjj'iiiw Juuwjuin u hiw:ot: CTwiMWMMCTMiiMiauMM,'uysrar.iri'WBvsffw v;i'jfci u tnwi pmi The Transporter runusuno Hrmi-Moktiii.t. DABLINGTON, INDIAN TEBRITOIfY Subscription, $1. per year in advance Vf. A. EATON, Editor & Puhlishcr SATURDAY, DKCHMHKIl 10, 1881. THIS OUTLOOK. Hon. J). II. Robs lias been elected editor of the Cherokee Advocate. Some enterprising Kansans are establishing a fish market at Mo hectic, Texas. Chipeo, a noted Seminole warrior, over 100 years old, died in Florida, a Jew dfiyB ago. In 1S90 a constitutional form of government will bo instituted in Japan. The London Daily Times says that the condition and management of American finances is the envy of Europe and the world. "Tin; Bible, Webster's dictionary, and a good newspaper these fit 7Jion for this life and the next," says Dr. Talmago. Texas half-breed and Western na tive cows are said to be much read ier sale in Chicago than those raised near that great market. This is due...

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 December 1881

ji?7 JB55 wiiimjwj,uuju jjhiuj njmm.miuimmm.,n 1 1 : tWft.nJwnw'i.u'iA. .'tjrwMer ijinnimwiM.mi'w b- DT17 j JL JL j LJiLl VO L. 3 . DA R IJNGTON, I. T. ," DEC. 10,1881. NO. 8. ' .-.. - - - . - in ii i ti ii : TCTrenrmM&l3r3'ex.i'inj'avw TRANSPO in rTTisinur MENT e! 1 il2 Jy 'a Jr A LI .lI; O V i 1 . f 388 CALDWELL and WELLINGTON, -338- $ H .'Vyholocflde ftnd3tetft.il 3Dier in & CO., All Kinds of Groceries and Provisions. Ferst Door North or taa Postofhcs, CALDWELL, KANSAS -G33- WTSIiUSmTOW, KANSAS, -333- iroUHiMMi mmimrwuti iihj W MflL1IHIIH.UI iONmwrt HWWwm nWiiaiiiiUfcuuifc. McLaughlin Bros. Wholesale and lletail Dealers hi QEQCEBIES, STOKEWAE in AND COAL OIL. We have the largest stock of goods in our lino in the city. Stockmen, dealers and others given special attention. ARKANSAS CITY KAN. BEARISH Sc HEAD, Prop's. Patent Mew Process AND Family Flours. Corn meal, bran and feed ahvnv on hand at lowest rates. tssssicemafrssm m n 1111111111 fin 1 111 1 Mswwn C.F.HULBEBT, DKAU...

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 1881

i 'j- r?b mirtoximiMtXH'rY&umn wiPf'Vzr.vsrKitnrznfA ;ssgfiorflflCvaamA,mHWJ i Xntorcd ntthe rostofllcofttDfvrUngton, na eoontl olnss mnttor. HwwMiinmi MAIL TIME TABLE. ORldwell A rt. Sill Lino. jtinuvx. From North 11 n. m. Mondays Excepted. From South 10 n. m. Sundays Excepted, Stages, samo time, going S. Tuesdays, Thursdays &Snturd ay fi i. goin j N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Frlduyu. A. T. & S. F. U. R, TIME TABLE. CALDWTLL 8TATIOX. Fussenger. Accommodation, jlUKIVJC. 11:50 A. M. t MO P.M. 3: CO P.M. 0:20 A.M. Local IteiMB. Mr. J. A. Wealherby visits this place every Monday, as inspector for Sugg Bros, of Fost Sill. L. (Dundee has just received a fine stock of Thurber'u canned goods try them. Mr. L. Cnndee comes out in an enlarged advertisement in this issue. Kead the advertisement carefully it tells the whole story. The York-Parker-Draper Mer cantile Company carry the largest stock of goods and will mak lower prices than any other house in South-west Kansas. Messrs. ...

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 1881

?77 wnmmmjii'mujiinwr'rwiu4iii wvt t::1' i" 'r'MV'w'wamilijftu,mimMtra f - - l l Ml Ml l - . iti3rwaawiswwuj4fvwyrMnnr''ryTP?r'8lw'ittwwMrt eorge cStein Boot & Shoe Maker Pnrlics lindinir stock in any of tlui brands advertised in this paper will confer a favor by informing the own cr by li-ticr or nosial enrd. iiO-O TO (icoroM Bojiit, Darlington, I T Also A DA. 1 i I TOUT HKXO, i.T. Keeps n good stock of material constantly on hand and is fully prepared to do all kinds of work In hi? Hue. Now work and repairing promptly al tended to. Charges reasonable and all work warranted ilrst class. m II. A. TODD. On pit her side. Hor s o b r a n d name on loft r- shoulder. P. 0., kW 8 11.1 11 f. J 5U.cr3rtC3.Y.Tirr:!' ouiuwen, jvan. rf53eoB2J 838$ l&.m'xi M?t" ir.vikju -r rTy t ti ii iiir w ri &r'ikv'Z&ft Cromwell and Van Eaton, Fort Reno, Ind. Tor. IIor.se, same It ft shoulder 3h3i&- i, . I' y'- T PROPRIETORS KOPT HKNO DAIRY. Milk delivered regtdarly every morning nt fcrtt...

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 1881

3i' THE QUIET LIFE. Jiappy tho man, wKoho wish and care A. few patornul acres bound, 'Content to breathe his native air In his own ground. Whose herds with milk, whoso fields with Whose (locks supply him with attire; Whose trees in summer yield him shade, In winter, fire. Blest, who can unconcernedly find Jlours, days, and years, slide soft away In healih of body, peace of mind, Quiet by day. Sound sleep by night; study and case Together mixed; sweet recreation And innoci'iice, which most does please With meditation. Thus let me live, unseen, unknown; Thus tin lamented lot mo dlo; Steal from the world and not a stone Toll where J lie. Pope. BRIDE OF THE CARNIVAL 'Does she really love me ?" said Cap tain Ernest von Steinberg, aide-de-camp to King Louis of Batavia, as ho loft the presence of the young and beauti ful Baroness Anna von Graffenborg, tho belle of Munich, "or is she tho heartless coquette which common rumor makes her?" As ho passed down tho staircase, he encountered tho ba...

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