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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 July 1882

i4 -m , HH'Mi CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. 3 VOL. 3. DARLINGTON, I. T., JULY 25, 1882. NO. 23. 1 & nns stockman. rp There is nothing so guy. As when (luring May Tlio stockmen are luiviug tlioir round-up. No longer in camp, And in mud houses damp, The jolly cow hoya arc bound up. The Mexican pony He looks proud and lony, And seems lo feel winter is over; Cares ad., for his master, And runs all the faster, lie id smelling the grass and the clover. And many u beast Is later shipped East "While westward goes many a dollar; So stockmen come all And dress up in the fall, ltonl nobby from the feet lolhe collar. A3 theclothingmen's "JJoss" Is well known Kahn & Sehloss. Where the stockmen all meotand are trading Ho you'll purchase I guess, At the firm "Iv. & S." Whose goods wcur forever without fading. Kahn & SoMoss, STOCKMEN'S II1:AT)QUAIITERS Cor. Mo. Ave. &TIain Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. l wiii win pnniimiwii m iimw mun txniniiH COSAXI) & MOSSEll, """ Photographers, CALDWE...

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 July 1882

.Jffl 82 r Till! A'TKO CITY. here U ft clouded city that doth rct Hurond the crest W re Cordilleras mar tho myBtlc west. Tlicrc sunn unheeded rlne and roarlflo, And In the nkiea Tlie harvest-moon unnoticed lives and dies. And jet this clouded city hath no night Volcanic light "Doth give eternal noon-tide redly bright. A OiotiPaiid wells whence cooling watcrfl enmc, No more the flame Xow send aloft u thoumind trees of flame. 7!iU clouded city is enchanting fair, For rich and rare ,From sculptured frieze the gilded grlillnH fltare. TYlth level look with loving, hopeful faco Fixed upon Hpaee Stand caryatides of unknown race. And lofty colonadcs are there of green, Hard, serpentine, Carycd on whoso shafts strange alphabots arc seen. And from triumphant arches, looking down Upon the town, porphyry sad unknown statesmen frown. Attd there are lofty temples, rich and great, And at the gate 'Carved in obsidian the lions wait. And tlicrc are palaco homes, and stately walls, And open Halls Whe...

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 July 1882

L?-...o , T" u 1 4 VACCINATION IN LONDON. Overcoming Ignorant Antlpnt hy An Kh tnblisltmont for Public Vaccination. London Kcwk. Government lias recently taken a file) which ought to allny at least some of the antipathy which has proved .so troublesome and mischievous with respect to the operation of the vaccination act. However ignorant and stupid we may deem much of this antipathy, it cannot be de nied that circumstances do now and then arise which seem at any rate to justify a reluctance to comply with the requirements of the law in this matter, and, where we have to do with the scru ple of parents in regard to matters af fecting the health and well-being of their children it is impossible to be too careful to avoid even the appearance of danger. That there is a possibility of the transmission of human diseases by careless arm-to-arm vaccination can not perhaps be very confidently denied, however absurd it may be to set up and infinitessimal danger of this kind to the exclusion o...

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 July 1882

- iiSVM3pmevfr. ,.. tj, x . ,mm twwm r i . wrww" j miMiww 1 mbnmwwi; HMM - "i"l&w f A i The Transporter Capt. (?) Payne made tho 'an nouncement he would again move onto Oklahoma. 7 uly 20lli ; but, after consul ling Secretary Teller, he has probably changed his mind and con cluded not to go a wise conclusion. ON THE TRAIL. tf lloport of cnttlo and horsos passing m luo trail slnco our Inst issue : OATTLK. .,. Kouon & Lommonu .... V1H AChnklo - 'fPg W (J Foreman i'Vln Polk 1,750 Wotsfcll 4,000 Suk Bros JigjjO Unknown lf?xiJ w m cs p. o u Subscription, $1 per Year, in .Advance. Geo. AV. jMaitrt, Editor & Rropr. DABLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY JlirY LTi, 1HS2. The English fleet, stationed in the harbor of Alexandria, lias opened iire on the fortifications of the ICgyp tians, and has Hum practically de clared WAR. The Democrat says that the Pon cas and Ncz Perce Indians have sold over one thousand bushels of wheat at Arkansas City during the past two weeks, grown on their farms ...

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 July 1882

I IP" uuu tMMmxvK6Bsttzzxx2a3JxxTMaazstttsaacxsiB rmrtijujj ssMB!iuib&nmQa irr'trT rrf inri mi, mm mm iimuiiiuiiiiinmni muui i .i.wiwfc iniMiiMM ' -nmwr ri' fT"5 -wr ' --- -- r"T nn-rTr--" VT" i , , wmmm . - i .. ..n - , - - . . . ,' J .AT T)HAX. CAL. DlfiAST DEAN BEOS., Breodora of Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Oattlo. DICKEY BROS. anionnuMitlnd. Ty iOO TO: nanen r-oriuand .south Canadian riv. ers. Cattlo branded with sumo brand on cither sldo or hip & somo on bothsldoa. Ilorso brand TL on left hip or shoulder, AUKANV f 11 , ifmiiU, COIAU KANSAS f r A JUGS JMSNtix- lw Titv. t EAR, MVUKs.(ropt1io vMit; Under half ( rop the loft, or n umc. llovo ljvan.i i) on li it sho'iMi i Rururr, Ott r Creek, Ind. Ter, l. sTLWART, U-mge on Hod Uo.lv, I.T. On both 'nil's, .some only on It it side or hip. Dtnc w iih bar on h it hip, and a half circle I on both Miles. Somo with III (three burs on- &23SteflK2aa&;i- iy on ivn Mi. P. O, Address, Wellington, Kim, SiSav aIi 5 ZZF'OR....

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 July 1882

2 A THE CHEYENNE TRflHSPORTER. FUDLISnM) 8K.MJ MONTHLY, In tlie Interest of Indian civilization and Progiess. TERMS, $1.00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. SI.AVICKY IN HAWAII. Tho Story of Two KuuIUvch Krom HonU UK' I" th Saiiilwli'li IhIiuhIh-Ilurrllilo Triifllc In Human KIchIi. The schooner EmmaClaudina, which arrived in Sun Francisco 11 few days since from tho Sandwich islands, brought over two fugitive contract slaves from the Hitchcock plantation on Hilo, and a reporter wont the rounds of the sailor boarding houses to learn of their whereabouts from tho crew of the vessel. It was comparatively easy to find the crew, but it was much more difficult to draw from them any infor mation concerning the stowaways, for they labored under the apprehension thai the fugitives might be arrested and sent back to slavery in the Hawaiian kingdom. The reporter finally suc ceeded in convincing them that there was no" treaty providing for the extra dition of fugitive slaves from tin? Hawaiian islands, and a ...

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 July 1882

V2JA ITEMS OF INTEREST. Three libel suits have been com menced against The Plattsburg (N. Y.) Telegram, one for $10,000, another for $15,000, and a third for $20,000. An indignant orator at a recent po litical meeting, in refuting an opponent, thundered: "Mr. Chairman, I scorn the allegation, and I defy the alligator.'" Carson, Ncv., has a toper who boast' that he has drank fifty drinks of whisky ovcry day since 1854. During all this ume nc nas not gone to bed once in a sober state. The contract for the erection of the now Pittsburgh Homeopathic hospital has been awarded at $106,85J5. It is to bo ready for occupancy in one year from the 1st of October next. Maryland peach-growers are now worried because what is called the June fall of immature peaches has not yet occurred. They now appreciate that the twos will break down with the weight as the peaches mature. The custom-house in Portsmouth is said to be the only building ever erected by the general government in New Hampshire. It i...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 25 July 1882

ib t , i'j The Transporter LATE MEEBITT, Local Editor. Entorcd nttlio 1'oHtoMoout Darlington, in ucooml class inultor. MAIL TIME TAJJlE Caldwell & Ft. 8111 Lino. AUUIVK. From North 11 n. in. Mondays Excepted. AUUIVK. From South 10 u. m. Sundays Excepted. Singes, jaanio Itimo,: going s5. Tuesdays, TJiur8(l'a37H&Satur(lays;rfgoingI N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. IA. T. A S. P. It. K, TIME TABLE. CALDWKLL STATION. Passenger. Accommodation, AUUIVK. DKPAUT. 11: GO A.M. 1: GO A.M. 3:00 P.M. 8:40 P.M. j fi:!0A.M. Go to the City Hotel for meals whenjn Darlington. Dick Ryall, recently baker at the Arapahoe school, has opened a ba kery at Caldwell. Work on Rev. Wicks' residence is progressing nicely, and will soon be ready for the plasterers. A . B. Overall and wife, of Cald well, were here on the 13th. Mr. 0. was looking after his cattle inter ests along the trail. The new hotel recently opened lias been christened "City Hotel." A first-class house with a first-class name catc...

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 August 1882

V4 J4J- MJC HR CHETEME TRANSPORTER. VOL. 3. DAM JNGTON, I. T., AUG. 10, 1882. NO. 24. THE STOCKMAN. Thcro is nothing so guy, Aa when during Muy Tlio stockmen aro having ihoir round-up. No longer in camp, Ami in nnul houses dump, The jolly cow boys aro bountl up;. Tlie Mexican pony Ho lbolcs proud und tony, And seems to feel winter is over; Cares ad., for his master, And runs all the faster, lie is'smclling the grass and the olbvor. And many a beast IB' later shipped Bast Wiiile westward goes many a dollar-;. So stockmen come all1 And dross up in the fall; Real nobby from the feet to the collar. A3 tho clothingmen's "Boss" In well known Kahn & Schloss. Where tho stocrmicimll moetand'arc trading 3o you'll purchase 1 guess, At the linn "K. & S." ' Whoee goods wear forever without fading; Mm&.ScMossr. STOCKMEN'S HEADQUARTERS Cor. Mo: Avo. fe'lffaittJ Street. KANSAS CITY, MO. ctacssaauraffino &ifueijeaf!9VinsfUua us wrunug COSAND & MOSSER, Photographers,, CAIrDWELIi, ...

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 August 1882

J t THE CHEYEHHETRAHSPORTER. PUBLI8IIh;D SEMT MONTnLT, Id tic littlest of MaiciTllIzailoi u4 Progress. TERMS, $1,00 A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. HISTORIC STORMS. No Greater Tendency to pestructive Storms at Present Than in Formor Periods. Written for the Toptka Capita'. The rapid succession and destructive results of the severe storms that Jiavo visited the United States this ear have provoked popular comment and created serious alarm. It is claimed by many, who could not have studied the subject at tentively, that in the present genera tion there is an increased tendency to these violent atmospheric disturbances. To dissipate this idea is the purpose of this paper. The laws of slorms are as ancient as eternity, but wo have only very re cently become partially acquainted with them; besides, the march of civiliza tion has made pigantic strides within the last decade, and immense areas that were the habitat of the red man and the buffalo have been subjected to the demands of a higher citizensh...

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 August 1882

room and went out. John was there. He'd been up to his father's of an er rand, and while he was there Dan came in and says, as bold as brass, "Well, mother I brought a wife home with me." Before the Cap'n could pit in a word Mothet Pierce said, "You can drive on with her." That settled it. They was never either of 'em allowed in the house while she lived. Then I knew what Cynthy 'd seen. I felt as if I'd ought to speak to her about it; but when I went in and said, "Cynthy," she raised up her hand lo stop me. "I know," she whispered, and when I went up to try and com fort her there was o great stain of blood on the pillow near her mouth. We took her right home with us, and she lingered along for two or three months. Her lung3 wa'n't never strong, and I never saw anybody run down so fast. She was so sweet and grateful for any little waitin' on. She seemed to take right to me, and talked pleasant and interested about other things, but she didn't mention Dan, and we didn't know how she ...

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 August 1882

it WiiMituiiiiiiij wuimta MtximMtiiumuui MMim MMMMManMMMlrtv rNiman My) The Transporter Subscription, $1 pen Year, In Advance. Cu 150- V Maffist, Editor & Vropr. DABLINGTON, INDIAN TERRITORY AXKl. 10, 1882. AILMIXC Til 10 INDIANS. PROSPECT PARK, HARPER COUNTY, KANSAS. An enterprise of far more than or dinary interest to Territory cattle men is the fine breeding farm, "Pros pect Park," located three miles north of Anthony, Kas. Mr. Walter E. Tread well, the proj)rictor, during the past two years has been shipping- in (regardless of cost) high-bred short horn cows from Missouri, until he has a herd of 225 as fine breeding animals as were ever gathered in one herd. This herd has been di vided into two herds, to one of which he is breeding pedigreed Shorthorn bulls, and the other herd to pedi greed .Hereford bulls, with imported u Uncle Ben," a choice animal, at the herd. As a result, ho is raising Shorthorn bulls bred as high as money can get them, and half-breed Hereford-Shorthorn...

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 August 1882

'tr' A .. f 3 TRANSPORTER SUPPLEMENT. (.3. DAKLINGTON, L T., AUG. 10, 1882. NO. 24.. L M s OKO. S HOWAltl). ('HAS. A. UOWAHPi HOWARD BROS., -1)KALKU3 IN GUNS, PISTOLS (TlAltDU'iUtK, 'STlxavau iCj "Wood 'and Iiion' Wagon Stock, Saddlery Hardware, Pumps, .'Etc., -i:tc.. Pino -Pistols -a specialty, Guns of every variety and price. vtsr-Esncchil attention given to mull or 'flora from tho Torritory.-n ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. alnut (Mills, & SEARING & MEAD, Prop's. Patent New Process AND Family Flour, Corn meal, bran and feed -always on hand at lowest rates. 'Especial attention givento orders; 'from the Territory, ARKANSAS CITY, KAN. Oreswell Bank, ARKANSAS CITY, "KAN. &. T UUEV, - - 'CsiAliicr. Txt-khkstTaid Ox'TrME "Deposits. "Slonoy Tuoaned at Lowest Hates. flPuncls Guarded by Sargent & Greonleaf's Time Lock. SOHIFFBAUEE BEOS, DUTFTTNG Ti -AT- ARKANSAS CITY, KANSAS. -O- Fresii Goods Daily THEIR STOCK OiF" GROCERIES 9 ? Implements and Wagons IS PULL AND -COMPLETE T LL TIM...

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 August 1882

J i Wiw i ; fffi-i tfjfr i 1i(C. w t . it'Mi ; uil f .Tift Vl.i? V UflfCStfi ?inui tiifii Vriwawcjii Vi JTSeMtcfaw ioauiwij ii kJk I X v, Nt M "if. is.l- NOTICE TO STOCKMEN! United States Indian Service, C'ilil NNNK & AHAl'AHOK AGENCY, DAHLINOTON. I. T. July 20th. S8KI rho following fscctfon of intercourse law and instructions from the Cliclian oilice, arc published for the in formation of the parties concerned : Bbotxok 2,117, Itoviscd Statute?, provides that: 'Every person who drives or otherwise convoys any stock of horses, mules or "diittlo, to nmo and iced on any land belonging to auy'lndian or XfiUinn tribe, "without, the consent of such tribe, is liable to a penalty of one dollar for each "animal of such stock." .u,m '-, i-asrsa?ie.xroa?xo3rs. UN I). MILES. KSQ., U. S. iNDfAN Agent, CAKYKNNK & AltAPAIIOE AGENCY, . Indian Tkhkitoky. ''Sin : Ilcl'ftrrlnK td-tha continued cattle trespasses upon the Cheyenne ct Arapahoo reservation, "and tho WIchita.-Klowa and Comanche ro...

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 August 1882

.( ,'J awww mujhiujuij nuBmijj.aTi.L-.KiB,'.cr.u.ii.iJj...'wuijijiuiui.uiJUiM.tufiewi A.J.. T)KAN. c.vii.;n:AN nrcKEY nuos. aid on inent lud. Ty Haneh North and BEAN lfliOS., Breedors of Thorough-Bred and Graded Sliort-Korn Cattle. AUKANHAH C Tl , VOW J.l.l , (WM1 K VNsAS. GO TOz South Canadian riv. crs. Cattlo branded with sumo brand on either Hide or hip , sontoon both .sides. Horse hrand Th on lellldp or ahouldor, r "i?i 9 JUifviK'MWU'.WflHWf 1jtr.. HMrililHIIm C'arnefdo & KraiHui h;Ilantfo on (3oldW4i ter, l,T. lo. l'ond dditiona1 brands iprinelpally on led side or hip): Ofi; 'A; 7; II; -III ; , aud II; T ami II; ovju cross; ()1. II or so brand wuno as on ; w tf K t pWrai4IJUiJllBL ill L'Ul "l HK. (roptl.t il'-M: I ,uif r imll ( i"t)p t in h :i, or ' i- Uo" Iju nl 1) on li I hotildc. F-nnR;i. Ottvr Creek. T-id T r, ""' - i i i i -. ... ... -. ...wwnii.w i wmnwml.iMi 2 ? ?ySWSPBWWiHSl .' 'r ". , ddrrs., 1' -I M JIT, Ikv '' " ' ' n ! l' " '"' I'-'Hi hoth .iii . some onlv on le...

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 August 1882

' i n J ti T j H f'' ; JULY. 'When the scarlut cardinal tolls Hoc dream to tho dragon lly, And tho lazy breeze makes a nest In the trees And murmurs a lullahy, It Is July. kWhon tho tangled cobweb pulls Tho coru-llowcr'd blue cup awry, And tho lilies tall loan over tho wall To bow to the butterfly, It is July. vWhen tho boat like a mist-veil floats, And po iplos flame in tho rye, .And the a Ivor note In the streamlet's throat Has softened almost to a sigh, It is July. When tho hours aro so still that Time Forgets them, and lets them lie 'NuaMi petals pink till tnoiiightstars wink At tho sunset In tho sky, It is July. When each fi rigor-post by tho way Says that Slumbtirtown is nigh; When tho grass Is tall, and tho roses f.ill, And nobody wonders why, it is Julv. Sumn Hartley Swclt, in St. Nicholas for July, CYNTHY. Yes, I am ooine tired. Put my "things in the clothes press, won't you? Lucy Jane bears up well, but she'll feel it She thought a s'ght of Dan, and Dan always was pleasant...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 10 August 1882

i :,31 consequence of which, and the abnor mal rising of the tide, the town and contiguous country was deluged. On the 10th of November, 1810, at lffley, nenr Oxford, ten barnn, some out-houses and thirteen stacks of hay and grain were destroyed. (This seems to have been the work of a water spout, such as sometimes occur in Kan sas, as the damage was all conflned to one farm. On the 12th of October, same year as the above, at Eaton Locon, Bedford shire, a heavy storm of thunder and lightning and hail occurred, during which an immense ball of Are fell, and a barn, malting ollicc and stables were burned down. On the 13th of October, 1813, a tre mendous gale and storm prevailed all over Great Britain and Ireland, doing irumensa damage in places. For two days, December 16th and 17th, 18 U, a violent thunder-storm raged at London. A dreadful storm burst upon the town of Worchetz, in the county of Timeswar, on the 2nd of July, 1816, where out of two thousand six hun dred buildings, none e...

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 August 1882

m -2 Lo ; . j j mnvMi timwdMtimtmnntummeMtimHammMmt mmuummmmmimiKKrimiinimifmmmtmmti i,;,hm'"i txat . 5555T The Transporter LAFE MERR1TT, Local Editor. Entered nfclhe rostoflliicaODtirlinglOH, -uy oeooml clilaa mutter. MAIL TIME TAHLE. Caldwell & Ft. Sill Lino. aiuiivk: From South JO' a. m. Sunduya Excepted. Aimivu. SU'bm North Jl a. m. Monduys Excepted. Stages, same time, going S. 'A Tuc.itys, Wkursduy a & Saturday a; going N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. PA. T. &.S. Ji IL K, TIME TABLIC CATDWKTX STATION. Pfcssongcr. Accommodation, N AllUtVK. IlrnOA.M. 8:40 r. M. DBPAnr.' :i:00 P.M. (i:'J0A. M. Biliio'Frass has erected a new rcsi dorice'ntliis camp, up the river. There- arc 5,500 'Indians at the Agency' of Standing Rock, Dakota. Agent Miles and Major Randall rr)ado a business trip to Cantonment last week. Mr..C. B.-Bicldbrd, of Caldwell, dropped down 0n'thb'2Sth on a btiB? ness visit. Robt. Mclntire, agent for some orie-horse life association, was at the AgGnfcyda...

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 August 1882

f - i j i If $ j UMmmMUmtaammmmnmmmnw lmmwmuutummn tfM,' TRANSPORTER. ulLejIXj .j 1 Jjj f !. ta IK y h 4 f r VOL. IV. DARLINGTON, I: T., AUG. 25, 1882 NO.L 'p PIIK STOCKMAN. Tlinro lHiH)tli!ng so iy, V wliou -during Map TJhu atookmen arc having Uio1l roumlup. No longer In camp, And tin. mini Houses (lamp,. Tliu jolly gow boys are bound np. V The Mex-loan pony '" " lie looks proud txnd tony, And soeins to fool win tor itrOvoftii ' Carea ji d . . for Ills master, AiKlmimaU the faster,' Ife Is smelling tllo grass and tjitruloftti'. And many a boast. J& later shipped East YVhilo westward goes many a dolltlvf So stockmen como-ali: Ami-dross up in the fall', ltofil'iiobby from the feet to t'rie oolltta: AS'tllOClOtllingnU,U,rf"i09Sn Tq well known Kalm & Soliloss. Where the stockmen all mpotand avft'traUing Sy you'll purchase 1 guess, At thoilrni "K &S." Whoso goods -wear forever without fading. Ka:hn & Schloss, a'0 JOiKK S H JCA1 XVAA WPJS'KS Cor. Ilo. A.VG. i& TNluIw ...

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 August 1882

rnnrnt mum m !! X 11YJ.AS AT THIS FOUNTAIN. Allurn, the day Ih dying In ft passion of rosy fire, And I list for tho trend of your dainty feot, With a pang of divine dcttlro 1 In ft rapture of love and longing I lean to the purple night, And I fllgh for her coming that brlugcth me gMy beautiful, solo delight I 1 wait by the ruined fountain. While the breath of tho lolctfl rise, And the rose of the sunset blossomn In the valley of Paradise ! Against tfcc lucent azure Tho vino-clad heights aspire, And the kingly peak of Ariel Upllfteth a crown of fire; Afar In the glowing Ether, The Star of the Vesper hour Unfolds her broad white calyx, Like a floating lotos-ilwoer. Tho twilight mid her blossoms, While Lbo evening glories burn, into their blushing cups tho dew I'ours from her antique urn. And tho soul of tho sweet "Nocturne" Floats out on the perfumed gale, Whero I wait till tho colors of love and hope Grow dim in the West, and fail ! Emma Alice Browne. A IlECEfPT IN FULL. The tins had...

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