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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 17 April 1879

flfSM3si 1 i-U&iiKV&h . THE RED LQUD CHIEF. THE HE0 CLOUD CHIEF S, t iTllLUItl V IVIRT TnURfiDAT AT "' iED CI0TO,J:KSS2ASSA. Advertising KalM. t- BT M. L THOMAS, . r.dllernHtl Propriety!-. 'Mberal. aad w& W aesde Usxl aJterf&ec it BteWe rate. $2.00 rer year, Invariably in Airauca U .L V J . BED CLOUD. WKBSTER CO. NKBRASKA TIIUKSDAr. APRIL 17 IS79. NO. 30 j AH ta?ei 4tettat ast .be ?d for a 1tsc. The Red Cloud Chief. "Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty." 7i'$2.00 a year is the price nf the Rett Cfaud Chief. ? KSJ A . T ! If I'll iff 151 f OvcTiVi wlio Ho not receive tbfir Mnr T'rn1rly. ve'O -,nfcr a for ly nolify'nc u of. th frt yt once. J Vrrrrr''"'''''' rolirii' from nil nrt of ? fonnty and Ktair. on iftttcrof gr.erfcl attr-i , v . lnerrf" rr fi rtr or'HIefor tne 'ieir r plrlor.i of our rriii'ond'nl. ! WV do M jnl'li -'niD'nf le'tTjnndeiiB- Binnirti-T . ATWAY'' yivo ronr nmt. TOPA1, NOTJCFF. to rr-.'f irrt!f.n n-i!t W- Vi'txlfdin early in WediiCfdaynvornJnr. ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 17 April 1879

if5V1 ' - . - -.j- s-j -" ?v M t Mil II ,? THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. V. L. THOMAS, F-l!ttr. RED CLOUD, " - NEBRASKA. OUR DREAM. Perchance to wen It may not be given To know things real from thinpi that seem; If living on tlie earth trc dream of Heaven, Why, thcn,I hold It better to dream. Let us dream on 'mid the Fplendid shadows That make existence a gladsome thing; The dim, deep woods and the flowery mead OWH, Where fairies frolic and the skylarks sing c Where bright shapes linger, and angel faces Glow in thclcam of a"vlsioned day; And o'er the upland, on grassy spaces. Fond livers wander, fair children play. Let ns dream still, then, nor try to sever Thiugfl that are real from things that seem ; Let us Hlumber on forever and ever, And know no waking from life's glad dream. Good Jfords. TEE WASP AND THE BEE. In a garden sweet and fair. Once a bright and busy pah. Held a brici conversation on a lily. " 3ir. Wasp," remarked the Jtee, " Your maneuvers puzzle me. You must either be a lazy ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 17 April 1879

4Sw(Wtfpis - '.- ---"r J' lMiXKSWMWI dR f 4 X - 'U TEE. BED OLQEI) CHIEF. " r X. L. THOMAS, PiUhher. RED CLOUD, "I I NEBRASKA. " CONQUERED AT LAST." rHomo time aluc ho Mobtlo A'ori offered a prize for tho poem -which, by u Southern . -writer, should ho Judged most rnerltorloua, exroaidvo of the Kratuudo which misled In the Soutborn heart towards the people of tho orth for the philanthropy and inuKnnnlmlty too freely and nobly displayed In th tlrno of the dlro aflllcilou of tho South by petttlJanco. Thin oiler on tho part of the -Vr called forth bevonty-sovt.n competitive compoaHIoiig from various porta of the country. The com mittee to whom the manuscript were pub. muted docldod In favor of tho poem entitled " Conquered at Last," by MIhs Maria I,. Eve, of Augusta, Go., which I here given: Tou come to us once, O brothers, in wrath, And rude desolation followed your'patu. You conriuercd ug then, but only In part, For a stubborn thing is the human heart. So tho mad wind blows in his mi...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 17 April 1879

ZZS& " rviM-5f-'ir i"-?r-Jtr7W - -y-.-wW -" ' r ic t- - -j RED CLOUD CHIEF. Arrival rtwr f 11 fMM IkC CUva P. . kail ei iiT, If part AM P.m. I Arrire 4-JO p. a. kails eoijro wriT, Dert 11:00 .. I Arri, II :35 . . CITY AND COUNTRY. Tbt prtiries will aoon be green. It can nin"Juit tietey" now days Flint jour garden "." And plant jour spring adrer laments in the Chixt, where the people will get to see them, A new grooerj atore is being erected io the south part of town. An exchange saya: Talk mp yoar town as though you was the owner of it and had it for sale. A newspaper man in Texas has mar ried $2,000,000, and a sorrowing brother adds, "Please exchange". Will Reily met with an accident last Friday down at the depot, which lamed him for a while, not seriously however. Last Friday Richardson & Garber shipped eight car load of hoge and sever al car loads of cattle from this place to Chicago. Gov. Garber'a residence is rapidly approaching completion. It will be, per haps, as good...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 24 April 1879

Wfc ipjgwiiw s mT& gggSfcii. J, fc,- t t THE RED CLOUD CHIEF - t'SsL - ruBLisiiED evmy EP ILOUD, KS22AS2A. DirL &d v W M. L. THOMAS, df ter and Proprietor. aftfaVliMKi. "Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty? and $2.QQ a year is the price of the Rett Claud Chief, Uii! drstiiiC Suwt AB truJt a4wateVrato 2.C0 jer year, Invariably in Advice VOL- G BED CLOUD WBBSTER CO. NEBRASKA, THIRSDAY. APRIL U 1S79. NO. -7 -Jl MM lMi i-oto-, . . THE RED CLOUD CHEF . , ay B TO av M 4 ei - atr aaH H ans1 WaaV sav saw aW H ii r iiraeaa i zz W aafl v n m m V Lff V . . .... . . " m TTf? lU'TT. I T rTTT I TTTT?T7 MOTVtaM MMBaB rtflNk JBHl arfVBM SBaaW .Baapaaaaaw aaaaahm ai -,- -- -- JIT FuhFrrjlrr itIioq nt receive their T'rr rrtulnriy. wi?l confer a far by notifying ue of tlie fact M once. CormiinwiHH' folicitija from nil r-irtpof he Cnunty and Stele, a uattcra of general nler- tn 'um ca arc we rMpnnnuie lor UiotIcwh or ! opinions of cur crre?rondcr.t. i We do vol juMisv 8nyxnnu Inters nn'lc...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 24 April 1879

THE BED CLOUD CHEF. X. I. TIIOMAS, rablhktr. RED CLOUD, . - NEBRASKA. UENEKAL BREVITIES. The Ciceronian Debating Club, of Trinceton, Ky., has decided that "Cleo patra was justified in her conduct through life." It has just been ascertained that the Missouri River is navigable to within 12 miles of Helena, Montana, 60 miles above Fort Benton. A bill making it a penitentiary of fenso to carry concealed deadly weap ons in Tennessee, has passed the lower house of the Legislature. A bill has been introduced in the Pennsylvania Legislature to authorize hotel-keepers to post the names of guests who go off without paying their bills. The inscription cast on a big bell just made for a church in Newark, N. J., thus blossoms into poetry : Irtifiited by Miss Abby Co. J'raiso God from wliom all blesslnps flow. Out of 972,008 pieces of baggage car ried on the Pennsylvania lines during 1878, only one was lost. This is unan swerable evidence of the perfection of the American system of checking bag ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 24 April 1879

tWiit'BWi'm;a asswv i- 1 IP X & tl IS THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. X. I. THOMAS, rilillnker. RED CLOUD, - - NEBRASKA. THE TWO ANTIS. xtremos In friends will often meet; bo oddly did they In these twain That Hhould you pee them In the fttrcct Scarce from a smile could you refrain. One day poor Mrs. Grous exclaimed To Mrs. Sparc, "Good nova to tell! You know how lony I've been ashamed At making hucu a horrid awtU ; " Now, don't you think, they advertise A medicine for such iih I ; Of course i;ood papers tell no lies, One bottle 1 shall surely try. ""Would you be kind enough, m dear, To get It for me. you'ie to thin? I urn so fat. 'twould look riht queer, And surely make the ehopiuan Krin!" " With all my heart," said Mr. Spare; " S'ow the like favor do for me. My thinners makes the people stare As much as your obealt3 " Last nleht I heard this Joyful sound 'Full tcsllmonitdi are nhoicn, A irondrous aire for Itannrai found, Xo longer be but skin and bone.' " Ay, that I won't. 1 vowed outr I...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 24 April 1879

i a E? W RED CLOUD CHIEF. Arrival and Dcpnrturc or BSaIIk Ircui IhcJIrd C'loxid P.O. Xi I til Coio KJgT, rInrt 4 5 p. in. Arrive ;10 p. m. MAILS ColC WEST, Derail 11:00 . in. 1 Arrive, II &5 ff. m. CITY AND COUNTRY. More new tulairibcrs tliis week, lied Cloud crjoys the luxury of a street sprinkler. Teas! Teas! Teas! Coffee! Coffee! Coffoe ! at the lied Cloud Grccery. 0. C. Case rctucoed from Iowa, yes t ci day. Miner Bros, deliver goods to any jart of the city, free of charge. Money to Loan on improved lands. Apply to V. S. Coomb's at the Court House. Laft Tuefday night the earth was blessed wilh a Ood rain, a regular old toaker. Miner Bios, have not advanced th piice of goeds in consequence of the laie heavy rains. Jingle your pockets to see that there is rnoncy in them and then tro to Per kiri'H & Mitchell's ed Cloud Grocery. J. O. Martin, station agent at IJlue Hill, gave the Chief a pleasant call last Saturda'. lie reports things as be ing lively in that burg. Wo publis...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 1 May 1879

SX'nfllliUpmnH Jl.il - .,-, . ' -. r--jt .m-.u THE RED CLOUD CHIEF z THE sT0 CLOUD CHIEF , wri'iii f 'i H'"'n niiir'i nif'ti jhhmi-i Aefvertla4c Kt. ( pr4srt- - b p.ld Cat is ..drams. The Red Cloud Chief. " Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty," an J $2.00 a year is the price of the Red Cloud Chief If KLTEnrD XYERY THURSDAY AT SSB CLCTO, XSUJLSZA. BY M. L THOMAS, lUraa4 Frearleter. fc . $2.10 jer year, Invariably la Adrar.ce VOL. C. KED CLOUD WKBSTER CO. NKBRASKA. Till RSDAY. MAY 1 1ST!). NO. 33 cl -6 d - It 'J? finbrcril-cTK who do not receive tfcnr paper rxulnrly. will confer a faror by notifying as of tbe fnct t once. CorrefrKn1enpe policitd from all part of he Canotyaod Ktate, on matter of general at er ect. In no car are we responsible for the views or pinions of onr porrcpondents. We do i otyublis nifinymoug letters andcotc- LOCAL NOTICEF. to se-r insrrtion mnst ha handed in as early as Wednesdaymorninc. ' Official Directory. CONGRESSIONAL. A.B. Paddnck. Beatrice. TJ. S S...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 1 May 1879

I r t -n W THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. . L. TROXAR, ftUItkcr. RED CLOUD, " - 'EBRASKA. THE PBIESTS PIO. KS OLI STORT MODEKXIZED. Ills Itevcrence sat In Ills latticed box, Wlnn-e curtains folded In con volutlonH ; Twiw Lnt; and Ills pooplc gatlicred In flocks To 111 tlielr Bins and s?eU absolutions. So the jrood prlent Hat on hi cushioned chair ThroiiKh zeal for tlin, and no other reason, In order that all In Ills pariah intent nare The blessed fruit of the holy aeason. Sinner and Balnt Each told lila complaint; Dow ho failed in virtue, increased in vice (ecinir the good he preferred trie evil). And the pastor gave each hi best advice. And bade him go and beware the devlL Ills Kevcrence pofnefiHCd a character Whose oddities were its only beauties. And his daily mass and his office were The whole of his sacerdotal dutle . He was innocent of that gift of speech Uallt-d eloquence by the kind reporter; I hazard the guess he seldom would preach, Excepi when collection lists grew shorter, Had not...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 1 May 1879

3(MJ Pf;ot' ' tefewSfrairs-.-: : i s & r i fee . -II " . j St rprrp "Dp"n nTOTTn PTTTFP -LJJ-U -LtL1-1-' JUJU2J UJJLLDr X. 1. THOMAS, rmbllxlicr. RED CLOUD, - . NEBRASKA. ANEMONE. A wind-flower by the mountuln stream, w hero April's wayward Iireezes blow, And still in shelu red hollows gleam The lingering drifts of mow Whence art thou, frall8t flower of Hprlng? Did winds of hravco jjive thee birth? Too tree, too airy-light a thing For any child of earth 1 O patent of pale blossom lorno On timid April's virgin broawt. if ant thou no Jlub of pouilon worn, Xo mortal bond conle.-.aod? Thou myrtle wplrlt of the irood Why that ethereal grace that Hicms A vision of our actual good Linked with the land of dreams? Thou didnt not start from common ground, So tri:mulotibon thy plunder htem; Thv hlHterp. may not clasp thee round, Who ar not one with them. Thy Ktihtle charm is Htranpcly given, My fancy will not let thee br Then pilwj not thus 'twlit earth and heaven, O white anemone! Eluint ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 1 May 1879

l3 9(9 R I 4 r i f XED CLOUD CHIEF. Arrival eamrfar f !! (Ke4CicaF.. VAlU CblXO KiST. fcaaart 4:25 p. U. I Attire 4:10 . at. kUIU ootirs WMT, frepart 110 a. i. I Arrir. 11 A5 a. n. - CITY AND COUNTRY. -Did you iigu the pledge? This if a buiqr tine in (be yetr for tba farmers. No. 1 White Fiab tt Mnble Six-pence Grocery. Perkins k Mitckill'a goods reecom . mend themselves, Seward Gsrbcr has returned from tls State University. Batter and Eggs wanted at Nimble "Six-pence Grocery. Lsst Friday spring weather com menced to tmils upon us. Bouad to get acqnninted; call snd help us along, lud Cloud Urxery. John B. Finch, the great apostle of temperance has been with us the last week. Go to the Nimble Six-penee Grocery for flour and meal. Millinery and fancy good3 at cost, at Misses Dixon & Olmstcad's. Germsntown yarn fifteen cents a sk'in at Misses Dixon k Olmstead's. Highest nice for Batter and Eggs at the Ked Cloud Urocery, opposite mo Bank. New is the time to buy Zyphyrs, Card boards,...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 May 1879

asT . i"h?yaB tJJHEIlCSh ;v -(- iS "1TV' fWEF" - THE RED CLOUD CHIEF -. . -.. - , aMWffn m v THE RED CLOUD CHIEF mut "im.m.- i rrr.uniED lyebv Thursday at ArrrUini Hate. SSD CLOTO, liSSBASSA. The Red Cloud Chief. "Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty." and$2.QQ a year is the price nf the Red Cloud Chief. r f by- ii & m II fl a II I 2 li 1 M. L. THOMAS, ftdlfarand Prerlrlr. S2.C0 jcr year, InTar.ac.7 is Advance f uli'rrllct? telin Ho not receive tbir T-anrr rrcnljtr'y. will ernfer a f&Tor by notifjrini: u of th fact M otice. Corrcfprn',rrr' flicit) from all tnrtrnf h County and State, on matter? of Koncra! ntcr-t-rt. In n ca arc wr rrsT'frsiMefnr the view or rptniiirf ofonr rorrcronirntn. We do i ot jnblfr aKnvmnu letteraanflcoto munirnit r p. ALWAYS rive yr.ur nair.c. I .OPAL NOTICE?, to rcr- iiinrtion mwl k tnnrirdin nc farly a V,'t-lc-daymorninir, Oilicial Director'. f'ONGKnS.'-lUN'AL. A. S. rdd"ck. Beatrice. A lvin Sannrlfr. Omnlin. U. Senator u. A. Heustor, 'I lintn...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 May 1879

v-3.-tff-v- ? l: I ! 4 ? i :-?i s i l-i K . f I K ft. X U. lb I" ! K? IS & r. THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. X. L. T10JTAS, ftbllifctr. KED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. The entire length of the boundary of Texas is 4,630 miles, including 375 miles of gulf coast. The editorof the Hawkinsville (Tenn.) Dispatch has named his four children Brevier," "Long Primer," " Small Pica" and Pica," after the names of different styles of type. Among the various species of oranges now raised in Florida is the small, thin skinned, delicate mandorino from the Island of Malta, so highly prized on European tables. A marriage was brought about un der difficulties by two inmates of the Columbus (Ohio") Asylum for the Blind. They stole out slyly, found their way to a clergyman, and were united. The bride returned for her clothing, and was imprisoned in a second-story room; but she made a rope of sheets, slid down to the ground and rejoined her husband. Achille Murat, while residing in Florida, succ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 May 1879

L ""iv ' '-? JyJiis "!h - '-J V B a& . & 1 , ISW kr it; i- THE BED CLOUD CHEF. H. L. TnOJIAS, rrtllsker. RED CLOUD, - . NEBRASKA. SPUING IN FIELD AND WOOD. The earth nwnkrn as from a drcamlcBH sleep, And .softly put her daintiest garment on; she hinds around her. Kracefullr, a zone Of tender fjrecn, wju, blu embroidered deep. Orer that buddinsr8untip)cd hedge row peep Sucli vivid cmerdldo an ne'er glanced lu Htonc, Or in the crowns of mighty Caspars ahonc; And violetd htir In yonder vtruyMlda heap. The firstling beauty of the wood Is full Of colors, varied boftlf in their hue; Tho rabbit frisk, and birds begin to sin;?. The air 1h pure most mvoetly clear and cool, And heaven fceniH opened through tho din- tunt lluc; TljoHtarlingacroama, and doves are light on wing. ir. See, through yon field the plowman driven Ills fih are. And the pert crow close follows at hid heel; And oVr the furrow, Mowly u hiding, steal Tain waveaof ml.it that waver into air. The upland lea 1 dotted he...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 8 May 1879

HHHHMf (S8r 39i&J1t&S8Bl9Va)Gawniim'mir 35aaaHMUM39MnRiVMsaB90. J --. ... . . -- ... . a .. KED CLOUD CHIEF. ft'" fe. V- R Tiate Table. I & I Takiar effect Bandar. Mar 4th 1679. I ?' ' .forrw STATIONS. sort. I ' y -Jf rrc HASTINGS. S :& I :Z7 .4Yn R :02 I C : - IiLUE HILL G :40 I 7 :25 (.OWLKS 7 :0i I 7 :65 BED CLOUD fi 5 I :3J I "AVAL B C :10 I K .35 B1VERTOK 5 :M I 9:10 FRANKLIN 5 :25 I SdSpm HLOOM1NOT0N 5 :10a. I Trauu daily, except Saadtra. I A. E. Teaulia, Q. W. Holdieice I . r ' Qen. Bianager. Sapt.l . . .1 Vf I More rain. Wiudy again. Give us a rest . Hoe your garden. -. Bring on your Job werk. y Corn is worth'40 cents buskel. ray your uttje bills and be happy. I he succeFBlal candidates ''set up." em The trees are donning their coat of green. About $75 in all, was raked for Mr. Finch. . ' . r-Pofatoes are worth 80 cents a I. bushel. Will the corn that is planted rot in the ground? A number oi tanners were in town last Saturday. A. L. Bunton of Still water cal...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 May 1879

i1 THE RED CLOUD CHIEF THE E0 CUXJ0 CHtF The Red Cloud Chief 1 rUULISIlED EVERT THURSDAY AT AetwertMa Rate. BED CLOUD, 2TI12ASIA. $ V BT- M. L. THOMAS, Cdlfr And Proprietor. liberal. 4 wtf Vo k4 taaere m Isnl 4mtitc at 5utu rst. An trHr4 4rtJSKl t "Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty?' am $2.00 a year is the price of the Red Cloud Chief VOL. 6. RED CLOUD WEBSTER CO, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. MAY 15 1S79. S2.C0 ter year, lv7axibly In Advance NO. 40 g . 1 K ? f I m SuhrrlfcerF wliolo not receive tliJr pnr retilprly. will confer a favor by notifying at of the fuel at once. Correrrronrti'nre ftnlicito'l from allpnrtrof he Cenntyand State, on matter of general nter ent. In no cam are we responsible for the iltnt or opinions of our correspondent. Wdo rotyulHw oonymoui letters andcotn mauicatior. ALWAYS ito yonr name. LOCAL NOTICES, to crre Inpertlon mat be bandrdtn as early an Wednefdayroorninr. Official Directory. CONGRESSIONAL. A. S. Paddock. Beatrice. U. Senator Alrin Satmdor. Omaha, T...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 May 1879

r- - . ft .it ! . ti T I J T-THE RED CLOUD CHEF. H. I.. THOXAS, Fibllthtr. RED CLOUD, -- - NEBRASKA. A MORNING DREAM. I, for removed from meadows green, vrom tranquil ahade or woodland lawns, Lie In my attic, all alone. And dream the while the morning dawrn-. About my brain there flit, like birds. Thoughts of a past eurpawsing lair; 1 hear old unloroottcn words. ltemcmbered footsteps on the stair. Old odors, olden songs, perhaps - Bleep seems to melt them Into ono Come hack, and all the long elapse . . OLtimc rolls back to days long gone. 1 know I'm dreaming; if 1 wake I shall descend to narrow dys And petty cares, which grudge and take The time I'd spend in other ways. Mv daily labor, hard and stern, "Gives me so little, takes so much; Gives mo such wages as I earn. Hut chills my life with Icy touch. There's nothing left. Vainly I think In duty done to find content; Each dawning day wakes me tohrink " From life, from which the sou! seems rent. This Is my happiest hour, this time, l...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 May 1879

! frWgfcrffcWH lUJ ifefigggafc. Vdi lfl5 mmJmmWba a " I a n IV j5s THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. H. L. THOMAS, PaMUaer. RED CLOUD, - . NEBRASKA. CAGES AND BHYMES. 'IS?8 your hearts, ye little birds. That j-ou -woke mo with 3our hinefne! Italtnllytlie vernal air Greets me, from my pillow sprinxtnjfl And tho Httlo bird fuiir on, undisturbed by my appearing; aro nd trustful, tberc tbey uat, n ith their bymnt the morning cheering. For tho darlings noticed not 8naren I slyly Hpread around them. Till their little feot were caught In the threads that closoly bound them. Every morn (I thought) their eonga Should a thrill of Joy send through me; And of happiness the deep Secret they would whlapor to me. Ah! tny error I goon found r Say, what HtlllneMS has como o'er you? In n Kuiuen paiace loogeu, J'lentcous food and drink before youl Hut no answer did they give, reeking wildly at the wire; And no morning serenade Can I win for love or hire. Many a grand and stately thought ICound my milling mlndwlll ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 15 May 1879

? .jgj.aJ. 'gJjfy ')t . " ' -! I I l 4 ' a i e ! H ft RED CLOUD CHIEF. ft V. R. R. Tie Tafcle TaVinr effect Sunday. May 4 th 1879. rocTH STATION'S. irotTfr. T. -J pa HASTINGS. 8 :3am .-27 i4YR 8 .-02 C :48 BLUR HILL 6 :40 7 :25 OOWLFR 7 .-0 7 :.V BED CLOUD 6 dW 8 :20 irAVALE 6 :10 8J B1VERTON 5 s5 9 :10 FRANKLIN 5 :25 9 5pra BLOOMIGT0N 5 :10azn. Trains daily, except Satidays. A. E. Tontalin. G. W. Holdrede Gen. naoarer. EvpU CITY AND COUNTRY. Subscribe for the Chief. Last Saturday was a hot one. Mr. McCune is very poorly again. Wheat prospects wero never better. We need some money on subscrip tion. This is an unusally wet season, for , this country. See commissioners proceedings in another column. Read John G. Potter'a new adrer. tiscment in this if sue. Garber & Richardson slipped sev eral car loads of stock last week. Several parties went fishing last week, with "fishermans luck." Last Saturday was a hot day, the Mercury rof to 00 in the shade. Mr. Roby's name was misspelled i...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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