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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 1 August 1884

' m- I A FLORIDA MYSTERY. Sulphur Pools That Emit Clouds of Smoko The Apalachicola Tribune explains, the groat smoko which has been puz zling observers for years, and which could be seen on any cloudless day as cending from the vicinity of Ancilla river, in Florida. Various eflbrts have been made to discover the supposed volcano, while on the other hand some have concludod that the smoke came from the camp iires of some remnant of the Seminolo Indians. Tho Times Democrat expedition threw no now light upon the mystery, the tall grass, bogs, and douse undergrowth impeded the progress of the curious. One Capt. Asher is the hero who ar rived in Apalachicola on Friday, May 22, with the following information, which puts out tho Florida volcano, and the romance is lost of tho poor Seminole lingering in the land of his fathers. At the same time it adds to the attractions of the lovely land of fruits, ilowcrs and wonders. Perhaps from these sulphuric pools came tho . healing virtues which la...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 1 August 1884

rwmirrTr .. i . ' i CAT,. DBAN DEAN BROS., J3o colors of Thoroiigli-Brccl and Graded. Short-Horn Cattlo. A" KASHAS CITY, COOLLY COtMTV, KAH. EAll MARKs.Croplho rlBht; Unci Crop tho Jolt, or reverse. Horse brand 1) on left shoulder Range, Ottor Crook, Ind. Tor, T ' McKENNEY, OVER & CO Camp hupnly, I. T. cattlo Kin bo on Ueavor creek. cattlo branded on both Hides and Jaws. Ear m'k split rlpht and grub loft. Norses branded on loft bin tneieaso or herd bar from left Jaw to point of sboul-lor. - ttyt'.S -iisr- t- OK 'fMWmifciiriiiseafe Gcorgd Bcnlj Darlington, I T Also ADA. Powder Face, Darlington, Ind.' Tor. John 'Poisal, Also J P collect ed mid T on left iiip ct side. Po ll hraiid con ceded ' ,J P left shoulder. .Dar lington, I. T. iG-O TO: A. J. FITZPATRICK, Postofntu uu.tas, Darlington, Indian Territory. i ' " ' ' I i i ii i I ,, - ' J Anything you may need; anCt iHt is in tho ordinary lino it will bo Promptly Purnialied ' You At' Lowest Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep 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. — 15 August 1884

M -Jfcn .TCft) . (Jko. W. Maim-t, hiiiioi ft Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .JOUUMM. 1 Lafk Mnttuirr, Local ICilltor. . Vol. 5. CJioycn.no & Arapalioe Agency, Jarlingloii, Indian Tor., Au. 15, IBB L No inmm9tsMu&wEs&3m&-z!Xiugm&ctu!Zf?titscaaBi'mv ,mmimuiwttrrurMiuKinvui.iM.3 uwi.auiniijwLHjijiiatjaii mwW'UBuwwwmwi mm 1 J:3 TnD A ft 1 I ii B IH ii JSLJa $ A JSL JLJIL .-I m .,M ., A kJ I 1 - a -" w. n. HELM, iM?h5lBTwaftFi-CHB4,, "SA3ffitJ" '.4I1rJ u&cfc!tij nuMHpiW'i,.,Km- Range s o of llunne w !J. Home with on loft shoulder. Also some cattle l) i;ded with drawing rnlfe ou both shoul der. Horse brand like tids on rhilit thtali CllKYENNE & ARAPAHOE AGENCY HERD, it. V. Coi.uns, In charge. s- Range Clieyonno & Ar- ?v itTtfihnn rMrtrvnttrm. 1. 'P. CalUo branded llko thin j anywhere on right side. AU calYOB branded mmo with V on left Jaw. .ice address, Darlington Indian Tor. ;gayt. 55?I1K illi&iilF9 TV-JiW5CSFT5 irR : Horse brand. ?: ff-2!KI2 Etfssr; mi F-M ...

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 August 1884

HE CHEYEHHE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND BTOCIC JOtiltSAL.) Geo. W. Maitbt, Editor & l'ropr. Lai'b Mkuiiitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Tear in Advance. Clew & A'araboe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. MINOR MENTION. Tiiehe arc now over 60,000 postoftices in this country. Tallahassee, Fla., fanners arc packing figSj Tiieke arc about 38,000 locomotives the in United States. P. T. Baknum lias just passed his seventy-fifth birthday. An English lord is to go on the New York stage next winter. The alligator killing season is now at its height in Louisiana. Benjamin Franklin was one of the expert swimmers oi his day. Now the Chicago bartender puts in a substitute and sails for Europe. Southern railroads arc ruoro gen erally prosperous than ever before. In fiftj'-six years Mexico has had fifty-four presidents, one regency, and one emperor. Naugatuck, Conn., is said to have four men whose aggregate weight is 1, GOO pounds. "A house full of borders for sale1' advertised by a writt...

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 August 1884

K GfLpL cJ it i f i "I thought no less than it was a summons from the doctor to say he had not a moment to live; but no it was from Augustus himself, and ran as follows. "Dbahest Maky: "My engagement is broken off. She whom I 'tried to love' (that Hrltd to love' was a real stroke of tfenlua, the only one my poor boy was ever guilty of) bas proved aa false to me as I was to tuio'her. I dare notank you to pity me ; 1 have not deserved it. Alone, friendless, penniless, tbere remains but one course for me. Farewell. Comfort my mother, and for get your wretched, bfbkeu-hearted Augustus." "I did not bolieve in it. No, I did not believe in that letter. In the first place, 1 could not imagine any one -contemplating a really desperate step and writing such a carefully worded epistle. Secondly, it would have been to me, not to Mary, he would have written, unless he wanted something more from her than merely a kindly remembrance after death. It looked to me much more like returning sanity than...

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 August 1884

,g;fyT3WBtf;tiLajJ''EMi"iiii ry. Will Mill I 'I MriMCMIWMBWUlU'JUIIHUllMgMH'limMIUJMmiWMiWI SMnsmtm PODGE CITY, KAS. FORT GRIFFIN, TK-NA!?. c-Al.DWKLL, KA. THE EHHEHHE TMBBHIBL Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, ...... i. ... . Cheyenne ami Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, ind. ter. m i iihibiiwi iHiiwulMiimiiii m iii lini ii li l i ii ii i numrn i n in Tens Land and GEO, W. MAFFET, Postofilco address, Darlington, Indian Territory. Tork Parker IIraper. MERCANTILE CO., H ilil i I ' i i i ii wu'vmMaBMPiw S" I have lost a blue roan horse, four years old. i.inm!.rl nrnwj.tn r1 T-r1n mi Icfl (hliMi onltf. nnrmifld !rt" I M ill I 111! I III I I Klni KC i rti SES '.Jlfr 1 ST r- c- : " vt-, ." Eagle Chief and p.o. Kiowa Km. Irands on cirHor hip, sldo or both, known as tha T5 brand. Old mark, h wallow folk In right ; now idd under bit In left. ADDITIONAL HUANDH. XBoth ildee, Mark, orop and under bit la both. Imm brand urns ns cattle, on right hip. E. E. WILSON, Manager. i , wutrxp jikiu jfc-...

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 August 1884

r nmmammmmmmmmmmmatmWiii,irki'lmHi Joel B. Gentry &o Co., Subscription, $1 Per Yejr, in Advance. CbeyciMB ami Ararahoo Agency, DARLINGTON, IP. TER. IDE CHE TRAISPORTER. ii I. i J .i AUG. 15, 1884, oS!l5,3lt1,ji,lofl,fl0ftl DrI,l. 8 SUPPLEMENT. rii.j.riynrajjiiiijnMBBnmu Shippers will do well by snipping tholr llvo stock to Andy J. Snider &i'o., nt Kansas City Stock Ynrds. Strayed or Stolen. From my ranch one blr.ck lior&e mule, 14 hands gghi six- years old. branded fm on lelt shoulder. Uttwnnl or 920 will be paid &3 on delivery if the mule to tbe undersigned and no questions asked. l7-2m II . IlHOSKH, Kort Keno, I. T. Headquarters for Cattlemen. A large new stock of Stetson's cowboy huts, socmen's lcgiiis, spurs, suddlos, etc., etc. as T. Conneirs pomMnr J I end quarters for cut Jenion. Slop with him when at Uic Agency. For Sale. M.T.JOHNSON, dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Silver City, Chick. Nation, !nd. Tor,, P. A. SMITH, Manager, TRAIL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY ! jSSTW...

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 August 1884

-J-, TT A "XT QP AP rPV ft (Jj:o. W. JIaut.i, ISdltor 1'ropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK .TOITK.VAI..) LAiRMi-nuirr, IiOOiil Editor. Vol. 5. Ohoyonno & Avnpalioo Agency, Darlington, Indian Tor-, Ani$. 15, IHH'l. No 3, -i in hi m ! wnii i ii nimi MiimiMiiMi ! mimiii'iMiM h'iii II II im 'ITMll mini' 11 nun i ii i i i i i 11 in " '' -.'---- & K- M IIKAIrAIITKlC- J')!c RANCH and OTHER SUPPLIES ! ?"! Utup oonslanlly on linnet u very Iuiko up ply of overjlliliiB nuodod on the much, trull or In Jainllluii, which will bo aold ns cheap as tho cheap est. A will enrnofltly solicited bufoio making pur 'chaaca elBWrticro. Kit AN K L. FRED, , Indian Trader, Anwlarko, I.T. JOHN DOBWN fr J5RC, ABSicvLfnm ixruxsn house! ('ALUWKLl,, KANHAB. Wo koop llio host qimllty of urnUi, tood, olu. and llurol tho boat brand. J. A. COVINGTON, Forwarding Agent, CALDWELL, KANSAS. fipclul atlontlon to tho filling of oidors and for warding the-same- to alUpohits in tho Territory. Atf my solo attention la now dovolod t...

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 August 1884

?. er 7 I "j"f "l'wtmftretyKm.iiiww 48!2dZ. .vwmii.-f JMtl.l W !! THE OMSK TRANSPORTER, . Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, i . . i. . Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, 1KD. TER. Sua Death. AUG. 16, U-di Ifiiitorotl at the Posloilicc at Darlington, as second olasu mittcr. Mrs-Dr. DolJru is liomc from licr visit to .Dayton ami other points In uhlo, A nice min hero the latter purl of last week, followed by several days of cool weather. Mr. and Mrs. T.-A. Campbell arc hero onco more, they coining down lust week from line. Agent Dyer has made a call for one hundred 'Indians with wagons to go to Arkansas City for supplies. 'Wm. Coffee came in from market the first of the week, where he had boon with a. herd of the flying V brand of hooves. Col. Dyer driven one of the fanciest teams in tlio Agones'. TMcy are high steppers, and the Colonel, with his accomplished lady, is seen driving them every evening or so. The photograpcr is making cabinet sized photocs or the more prominen...

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 August 1884

. THt CHETEHHE TRANSPORTER. II tho only Papar published within radius of a hundred mile. MscriflM $l.M Per Tear, InMrace. Grand AdvirtiwmenU (5 Pir Ywr. CST"Rotea for Display Advertisement mudo known on nppllcatlon. .1 ! . ! ..! I I I I I I1 CURRENT TOPICS. The grasshopper is becoming a bur den to certain parts of California. A wkitkk in Paris hints that a Chi cago girl was the model for the Bar ihbldi statue's uplifted foot. It is estimated that upward of 500, 000,000 tins of canned goods are an nually packed in this country. A Califokniak will soon make a trip to the cast with two lepers, whom he will exhibit to show tho eastern peoplo the bcneiit3 of cooly emigration. Tub friends of the late Chunder Sen, of India, carry about the piece of car pet on which ho used to sit, and hang it in a conspicuous place in their ser vices. It is quite dusty and worth about 50 cents. Owing to the molestation which Kins: Tawhiao has received from the crowds of idlers who surround him when he walk...

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 August 1884

22 7 4 INDUSTRIAL BREVITIES. A London paper says: Farmers in England begin to see the bottom of American and Australian competition in the Supply of wheat. A careful ac count of the wheat-growing industry in southern Australia places the yield per acre at less than eight bushels, or barely one quarter, while land in this country yields, on the average, about 3 quarters per acre. To complete the comparison it is necessary to show the relative cost of growing and marketing the yield rents on the outskirts of civilization being necessarily low, and the superiority of home growers, with the 30 shillings per acre paid to the landlord, is not so great as the mere comparison of yield would imply; but rent apart, there is an obvious super iority. The report of the East Indian railway company shows that last year the reduced price of Indian wheat in the export markets greatly checked the grain traffic over that railway. In short, prices are so low here as 'to be no longer copable of further ...

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 August 1884

MMgCTSgcgflWzcaaag i'rKACw'.frSwwwrfrj - II I . Ti I III A. J. KITZI'ATIUCK. Cm,. Djuk DEAN 13I30S., Uootlora of Thoronurh-Brotl and Graflotl Short-IIorn Cattle. AliKATsHAS tin, COM I J. V COUNTY, KA. Postomcc aWrer.. Darlington, Hull " TonMory. i "X O-O TO! tet?' wwV'Iyj WS Hhotf. r,KiT- TT - I II JJJ S W -- JtMJ.."' . MtHoMWk. TSWlM(ii M-. KlWm X'ySPiSg "-tJKlv l'U''i : m Otft' ! ll. n -i.il.. n I ' i- ! - P.l i I ii !-. --! Wl -.- i I i IliBlllllMWM "'""- LUM II T I T fc - EAR MARKS.-Croplho rlhl; L'nd Crop tlio loft, or reverse. Horyo biand I) o 1 left shonlder- Itango, Ottor Crook, Incl. Tor, McKENNEY, OVER & CO Cam n supply, l.T. cattle iiitj'o "it Boavor crook. rattlo branded on both dtvs and Jaws. Eann'k spilt right and grub loft. Horses branded on loft hip ilni'toaso of lionl bar Ironi ion jaw to point or siioul or fo.t iWSfHr c k.a i in Goorgo Bent, Darlington, l.T Abo ADA. Powder Face, Darlington, Intl. Tor. tHel SpHHpBS2E55s'Wj John Poisal, Also JP collect ed and Ton...

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 August 1884

0T Tl) A N SPftRTK P m Ek rim u r k i u j y mia i Vy-- ;-xwji ai jnL.f2u Wl mm mmlVk -m Gko. W. aiAi fist, ISdiior it Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Tixvn MiIkuitt, Locnl'Iiklltor. Vol. 5. Cheyenne & Arcipalioe Agency, lrt:rlinglon, Indian Tex, Aug. 30, iy84- No UQ JJM, UmLLI-LMHI UU 1 1 UlUMfeWTl -HJia.iu.u.-iatia-iuwjpjH.'.ViiKjuJln iimm w iuwjaiMLWJwmjmiiwwmmji.xumii 1 1 W. 13. IIFLM, (iMfcfciT nfiMTV 1 BCHESflMJftuMRj WfW9fV'Jzfymh-f- I llunnewell, Kans. Rnngo s o ol' llunne well. Some with on lcit shoulder. Also some cattlo branded wllh drawing Knife, on both shoul ders, lloiso brand like tl's on right thigh CHEYENNK & ARAPAHOE AGENCY TIERD. It. P. Collins In charge. Range Cheyenne & Ar- ...,1. .nn.,i,,ll T 'tl UI'IUU"3 1U3UI VilllUIl, I. X . Cattle branded like this SfcCaJ W. C. NEWTON, llm0lw,I!101l,ll,el,, r,,1,okasaw """on. Indian Terry. Jtai ch on Pltur erf ek. JmJtMi gMs0' OI1IKK J1KANDS : NEENPOX HTH OIL EB IV ..iT I MeLELLAN CATTLE CO. 6. fflnSnpa3 k k-5...

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 August 1884

I IH CHEKEiE TRANSPORTER. la the only Paper published within a radius of a hundrod miles. SntiscriiitloD. $l,00Per Tear. In Alliance, Brand Advirtitimentt 5 Pr Year. tar-Rntos for Display Advertisement made known on application. KANSAS CROPS. Ofllcial Itoport of the Condition of Crops up to August 4, 1881. Mr. J. M. McFarland, state statisti cian for the United Statos department of agriculture has sent the following report to Hon. Geo. B. Loving, com missioner of agriculture: "Untimely rains during the month of July interfered materially with the harvesting of wheat, rye and oats. In some portions of tho stato these rains were accompanied by heavy wind and hail storms, resulting in a large loss of both cut and uncut grain. Heavy and rank growths were badly lodged, and were subsequently left uncut. Hot and sultry weather following these rains caused rust and blight in both wheat and oats, and tho former estimates of the yield will be reduced. In some of the western counties notably R...

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 August 1884

a 27i UNDEIt THE POLAR STAR. The Grccly Expedition's First Years in the North. den by tho Pen Pictures by Sergeant lllcc, Ono of the Lost Heroes. A portion of tho diary of Sergeant Rice, of tho Groely party, has been published in the New York Herald. The thrilling incidents of their expe rience are graphically told. Some ex tracts are given below. On August 29, 1881, Dr. Pavy with Seargeant Rice started on an expedi tion to examine the depot of one thou sand rations left at Lincoln Bay by the British expedition of 1875-6. Of the difficulties of tho route Serjeant llice savs: "Finding the traveling over the hills and ravines most difficult and wearisome and having passed our first large bay (St. Patrick's), we wended our way to the seashore, with the in tention of reaching tho next bay (Wrangell) by the icefoot. We round ed Cape Beeehy, but, arriving at tho Black Clifl's, found the icefoot com pletely ground away by the moving ice in the straits. As the frowning cliils descended almo...

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 August 1884

wmmvMurmroir:iSX,'ilUl-V - VM CJOUiiMMoavngiwii iiMtmtimHiimmvitmmmmtmmwjHhttiMiiawmKmmm HE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. C.KO, W. MAFFET, Postolllco address, Darlington, Indian Territory. ''OUT GRIFFIN, TEXAS. CALPWF.LL, KAS. DODGE CITY, KAS. ork Parker D - RAPEK- Subscription, $1 Por Year, in Advance. Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IND. TER. MERCANTILE CO.; utm ii'umawraiiiH uuw Tens Land and ZWl havo lost (i blue roan horse, lour years old, branded cross-ln-elrcle on left thigh, split cars and a small bay pacing pony threo yeats old, both 3--EHsTEK;Ij OIJTPITTBBSI" horses In my brand (0u3NWdHflMM'w- &9S!ttnEimBKmS f Ea "e cKf ind Ciinarron Rlrea Wjy i o. Kiowa Kas, ft Kansas city Mo. AM Arnnda on cirHoritp, slda-or both) known an tho Tfi brand. Old mutk, tmallow foilc In right ;vnon Addunder bit In loft. ADDITIONAL MIAHDS. IF Ah elder. Marie, crop and under bit ift , both. Hont brand earns as cattle on right hip. -CnCAVILSON, Manager. ILVIHif Vh .xTL ill IftjftigsKI or .!-...

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

2-36 5i vt fywwwwujujmj IKE (HEME TRANSPORTER. mm. v mhiwhiw -- Subscription, 1 Per Year, in Advancer -- Cheyeuueanil Arapahoe Aaency, nARLlKQTON, INDTER. AUG HO, IR8 1. Entered at the IWoulco at Darlington as second class nmtter. B ' l3 Will Uomphiil Is in. New York City, buying goods for His flnn-ltoniphill & roy. Poylon Montgomery was down thin week from Kansas Clly, looking tifior Ills llvo stock interests. Some very lino melons have been brought in lately by Mr. Ivoitli, which wore raised on his ranch east of tho Agoncy. An Indian train of fifty or" more wagons went to Arkansas City last week for supplies. Mr. Darlington wont in charge. A number of wagons loaded with apples were up this week from tho Chickasaw conn try. Some n ice peaches were also brought in. Our ofilco was favored with a calLfrom Mrs. Dr. DeUrnandMrs. (.,'ilroy ono evening last week before the latter lady loft for the east. .Jas.rlWorrison look his sonXcd to Lawrence on Monday to place him in school. Mast...

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 August 1884

f tern THE CHEYENNE TUSHTEH (INDIAN AND flTOGK JOURNAL.) Gko. W. Maffkt, Editor & l'ropr. Lafb Mbhiutt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Year in Advance. Cbeyenne & A aparToe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ten TIIK MOON AMOVE THE HILL. Ja it shining on to-night, As it 8I10110 in other eves, With its ilood of silver light, All 11 ripple through the leaves? l's it ilsing, rising Btill, The fair moon above the hill? Is it shining on to-night, When it cannot kiss her brow Cannot touch the small IiandH white; Cannot crown her tresses now? Does it care to shine on still. The fair moon above the lilll? Is it peering in and out Thro' the garden, up the lane, Seeking everywhere about, In a restless yearn Urn vain 1 Is It looking for her still, The fair moon above the hill? Is It creeping in the hall, Where the door stands open wide, Where her lightsome foot Aid fall, When she entered there, a bride? Does it dream she cometh.Hill, The fair moon above the hill' Is 1t growing win and pale...

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 August 1884

t 331 SCINTILLATIONS OF SCIENCE. Curiosities and Discoveries in tho World of Progress. t It is said that tho rate of the filtra tion of the water supplied by tho vari ous water companies to London does not in any case exceed 540 gallons per square yard of filter bod in twenty-four hoars. In a paper by Professors Ayr ton and Perry, read latety before the Physical Society, London, there is a prediction that gas engines will be employed in Mic propulsion 01 vessels. Soap bubbles which will last a very long time for laboratory experiments are generally made of this solution: Dissolve one gramme of dry Marseilles soap in 100 grammes of warm water; filter, and to every 100 cubic centi meters of the liquid add forty grammes of white sugar. To produce a pure black upon wood tho following receipt is given: Pour four quarts of boiling water over one ounce of powdered extract of logwood, and when the solution is ellected add one drachm of yellow chromate of po tassium, and stir the whole well,...

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 August 1884

iicancin3ft')tt4WtiWBjjgrt mmiL.iwtvmM A. J. EITZPATRICK, Postomce address, Darlington, Indian Torrltory T. CONNELL, Rango Cottonwood creek, Indian Territory. Till Lincoln In charge. iGO TO: rTf" TT? Jaw brand lei t Jaw. WV" 0 Kv32l0n z II UWaflLSfCl v, y. TILL LINCOLN. AH cattlo out branded D behind left 'Hhouldor be long to me. iJHi McKENNSY, OVICR & CO I'anip . upply, I. T. flattie range on Heaver creek. rattle branded on both sldea ami jaws. Ear m'k split iteht and grub left noises orauued on ion nip Inciea.o of herd bar Iron ten Jaw to point of shonl ler. Anything you may need, and if it lain the ordinary line it will be Promptly Furnished Tou At Lowe'st Possible Rates. Anything we do not Keep in Stock we will cheer fully Order for Tou. rp' CH-rj y?,ncs. rTL my fg my-m MHymmM mm iimifti ?Jr SEgS ttrMma 1 kJm 1 uhJLwim'W KBNmaosB taShtsnaA (Successor to GEO. E. REYNOLDS & CO.) icsxsaafct vkaJ-it; ixh-XuIJlyh. iumsanKanaCTtacair3aggCTxrrjrwEBasgzv ti a5a XKTIOX .JST 3S?FL...

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