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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 28 December 1883

.Jtf$W W 4Wt2 V 'Vifia . . - JJSv, S& M Jrt$t -str -r i" t tr . ULT V - ' VJ V ' V. J v II' ' t,H f -V r' 1 V --. '( tf V I h UK THE KEIMJLOUD CHIEF. A. C, HOSMER, Publisher. RED CLOUD, iiBBKar OJV JT7J? CHURCH-STEPS. t camo out of church; llio frrntut music wns over, Tho bells hml been rilixr. Hut my heart wns still rJiiicitiK tlio Joyfullcst enrol My hcixrt ever aunrr. 3 went through thu verbst To bo loved, tabo tinted Fortheroln tlioKlad, ChrlMmn eunalilno ho vvnlto.l, (in llio church-step. You see, 1 hml promised to mako htm n pros cut llint beautiful day, And though It was costly, I'm euro I wns vklllltitr To rIvo It nwnyi And though on that moment myllfo wns do pe mil njr. Too proiul of my ovvor, I stood tlivro pro tending, On llio church-Mops. And whnt wns thin prcsont llio drnr boy ex pected t mmw Vou koopc, can't nil inir ? Well, Often ho nuked mo bo linrd with his eyebrow, I hml lo ny ye. IIo know ho hnd toii'itiercd, I mndo no re sistance, But grvvo lilin my lovo for ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 28 December 1883

t. t 1 j I "oftr THE TALK VERY HAD BOY. fihl tftri Is (ho tn'e of u vcrr 'mil hov: Ilchatlilnnu nil I101011M other folks to iinnoy. 'Jhen wluuilii o tlilnk there wits loumlto employ Tlio veijr bail wits of tills very luiil boy? On thf 'Wlit tioforo ClirlMiiisis, Ft. Nick to IMC"', TworJtookiiiRn were lititijr by tlio very lind WMshM to hlmclft "Of tlio sweet Chtlst- twain joy To double my Miuro, n trick I'll employ; 1 11 watch lor M. Mik-iunl tlio tun I'll en- r -Jov-I'll gwo litni tlico MocMuks liH tlmo to em- tn lly: Anajfrlillc bo's lit woik," tulil tliu very bud MjTuoy. "1'ihnoK from Ms puck Just tlio linndfoinost wy. impliim- tlio fun luiil n bit of nlloyt k koi a peep in i no very imn nny: llmx-il up hi steeds, nml bo crlud out: TouBkci, my young I ml, neither eandynor I awny w cut St. Nick, unit lio eliuckled with Jnv. (ho left nut u tlilntr for the very bml boy. fig llarvtr' 1 mintf I'cnplt. gJSSSS83 Our Bachelor's Chrislmas Dinner. Tll JVHKKE. URANDM0THKK8. vjuid vou would ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 28 December 1883

y&i ...... JlJ aW -fc Wl UUKWWlWUlliHi.'iiwiy'lilW'"11"'''"' Mw - C ilil i .r fL-i r i) t m ?r- - tK'MM'S.- V V, t q V - K I 1 MM; 4fi ( v ' V- j far i.r . - it- w'. HI jiitfiA V OLD AND NEW. The Now Yonr limy lio Kcnerous, '1 lin Now year may ho hlost : Hill tlm old Vciirls mi ciM trlclid, Ami iiM trletidsiirolio.t. Tin New Year Is n lovely outli, 1 lin lUdlsiiein nun Kinyi , , Hut i'i.iin(l coiniiswllh himry hair. Wd Mln would linvu hlniHtiiy. The New Yi-nr can unlly IiiukIi And P-nlly uinhiiMtUf: liu 1 1 lio i ld Vtur's nice i s oeter still lulls dim nli)sierlnir. 'llio Now Your mny pmiiilMi fiilr ...UIMOUUiatul I rim l" come; 1t4)uiJLSXiLibiia remwirt hi grain. , And hold his ImntmHiGIUu'. .Lou, Notv Ycnrl pray New Year J f lidlillilio anil rtronK of will: Youth M the tlmo fur hardihood And ko llio tlmo for ohlll. Hut till wo wlnh you, wlililwr well, Thnt when your end shall do, An now wo mourn tlm ilonr Old Yoai, Ho wo may nioiiru for time., -.fiunii CooUdue, in ihrMlan Uni...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 28 December 1883

- A,- ; - . THE RED CLOUD CHIEF-SUPPLEMENT. Hasty Judgment. Nothing is moro unjust than to judge of n mnn by too short be acquaintance, ami too slight innpection ; for it often happens that in tho loose and thought-lo-s and disaipiited thoro is a aeeret r.id icul worth, which may ahoot out bv proiwr cultivation. To imagine Unit every ono wlio ia not completely good is irrevocably nhncdonod, ia to 8upiou that all aro capable of tho same degree of excellence. It is, iudocd, to exact froui all that ptrfection which ono can ever attain. And, sinco tho purest vir tue iH consistent with aomo vice, and the irl no of tho groitest number with al most an wpial proportion of contrary qualitios, let nono too hastily conclude that all goodness ia lost, though it taav for a timo be clouded and overwhelmed ; for most minds aro tho bIiivch of i xt n a cicuniitanccH and conform to anv hand tt at uudcriakoH ti mold them, roll ilnun miv torrcut of custom in which thov happen to bo caught, or bend to a...

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. — 4 January 1884

a ?ggpe -. ? jVag, W M H i i1 I I , iKint yy wiT"pr"i :" ' . - 4' -- V- '& "mC P?- . T-V Hi" A. ? $ r- f LOUD , y-C-;- -M V. ; r-T .J?... SJ ny AND $1.80 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. "1 All VIGILANCEvIS THE PRICE OF iv '? ,--,. wl E:g aaa BB bbbb1 k m i M ? .m ... vaV -?y- . x r s' K t f- I. t I, ? I f v it ; ' VOL. XL RED CLOUD CHIEF Pmbtiahml roy Friday Morning BY A. C. HOSMER. -0- KATES OF bTB8CRIATI0!: Ob n. jaar. Oaa aopjr. m meata. - eosy. tkrae aontbt. 50jJ5 " Xstrwi t thi rovtotSr i Rd Cloud as mat' ar f taa aaaend elaas. rn Directory. Lin Moot. Prcidaat. Rob. Y. Srikkt Cashi State Bask of Red Clow iD CLOUD. NEB. (-) poll Attention Given to Colli tion. DIRECTORS: SUM Garber. Leri Moore! Kurt. V.Siikbt. Buy nnd Kell ExrhaiiRe. Mako cft, Vlectiom. D'mcount Notes nnd Joj General Bankinjj Business. IKTRRE8T ALLOWED ON ALL TlJtK Drfosits. j r -- R. A. 8IMP30N. HoUtt Pmbtle. F. A. SWEEZt 5 .Attorney atLM Blue SIMPSON & SWEEZ' BLUE HILL, WEB45TER CO., A Oannral TtmaklB...

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. — 4 January 1884

1 a V4 THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. . C. HOSMER, Publisher. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. Irish doctors in London are reported to be subjected to very close espionage by the detectives. The Secret Service detectives say thai not one counterfeit note has been put in circulation within the last two years. M. de Lesseps has publicly declared that as long as he or his sons live the Suez Canal shall remain under French control. The letter carriers of Dubuque, own, are complaining that they have to work too niany'hours on too small pay, and are praying for relief. England is again being disturbed bv fears of being blown up. A few recent unimportant explosions were the cause of her latest trepidation. General Thomas I. Kane, one of the most prominent citizens of Pennsylvania, died at his residence in Philadelphia, recently, of pneumonia. During the rebellion he was Colonel of the famous "Bucktail" Regiment of Pennsylvania. He was a brother of the famous Arctic explorer. . , Two Xew Haven, ...

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. — 4 January 1884

lHr&M i CTgaa skw 2'V KjgSl T-C Fir' i- Vw - .,-? J " " i -HE 3ED CLOUD CHIEF. t "! uC. HOSMER, Publisher. KSD LrtUP, NEBRASKA. A BABY LOUISE. ... "" Jo Io'c cith you, Kaby Louise! " th ouraJJep hair and j our soft blue eyes, -wid iliq-drcaiiy wisdom that In them lies, -Ind th&taitVftwcct smile you brought from , ios.'.i.'-'dj-j su;fbinc, llaby Louise! wht.n o : fold vour hands, llaby Louise T i our hands. Iki a fairy's, 80 tiny and fair " '" a nrett. innocent, faint-like air. Arc- oiijtri its to think of some angel-taught , ttae u Ic-arr.atl'Bbovc, Baby Louise? I'm iftlovt&h TO". Baby Louise! Wl Sowe'dajr. littloionc, your cheek will grow n8 With a fcish of J delight to hear the -words .-aid: " I love j oa,jEaby Louise. Do yon. hear ufc. Baby Louise? I ium -unf i r7p raise for nearly an hour. Anil jour las.oaikeep drooping lower and lower, n Ami j oirveoj to sleep lile a weary flower, L'iirattul IWOJy Louise! - JHarjarct Eutlnge. MAl)ffillABEED. BV .1 SSTE rOTnERGIM, Ax...

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. — 4 January 1884

"T I i iWSi tr, k -s jfr- s , V . Vvtffe- f The Red Cloud Chief. FRIDAY, JAN. 4, I8S4. WHEATLAND. This is the national holiday, all bus iness is suspended tind schools closed. Xcws is scarce in this remote corner of the county, nlttmu;h hloscd with :us thrifty and enterprising clasn of vco plc as can be found in any jxirt of the hUlto. A sail and melancholy event occured lat Sabbath looming, six miles north of Well pusl-oHtce, that has cast a shadow over the entire community. A Mr. Ecic while out hunting w.is shot and instantly killed by the accidental discharge of his jjvni. Tlic unfortun ate man was a member of the G, A. II, and leaves a wife? and four children. The funeral was conducted by the comrades of the l'ost at Wells, and was largely attended by sympathizing friends. More anon, W. CATHE11T0N. Died, at Catherton, Devcmlicr 28ih, 18S:5, Frances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ex.rsi M. Letncr," aged nearly six wars. And-she answered, "It is well." At lnr liniiin nn-ir C?;itllil'ln...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 4 January 1884

A" BpSfcaiS ,SUS?:j-? v r- ix The Red Cloild Chief.! 1KADtl,e continued story, entitled - - - - ---.j" Made or Marred,'' now being run in A.C. MOSMER, - - Proprietor' Tiik Chief. FRIDAY. JAN. 4. 1884 current events. Leap year. "White it 1884. Poe the ijuotion. The new year is here. Gum.-, you have a chance. Tm: old maid.- arc happy. Ri:.u our foreign market reports. The Now Year v.;is quietly observed in this citv. Siwnoci.e & FrxK have dissolved partnership. Make your application to thc State Rmk for farm loan. 1 l-tf The old bachelors now stand sonic chance of getting married. Tm: State IJ.ink will give you lhci?:"ns- Spanogle & Funk best loans on real estate. 1 1-tf Mits.GoV. (JKi:cit is regaining h health rapidly in Colorado. Cukinc out. Six burses and a get of! harness. Spanogle it Funk. I (Jet married while you can. Leap year is only twelve months long. A vorx; folks' concert at the Con-1 gresalional Church last Sunday. j I Watch meeting at the M. K. Church i last Mond...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 4 January 1884

B5waEissaaassa3 racgrar v.gauiUMJ u vt gahttditr for 18BZ. JANUARY. JULY. B.iM. T."JW. T. F. S S M. T. W. T. F.JS. '.. .. 1 1 3 1 H - 1 S 3 4 X 7 8 1 11 1C 7 8 0 ie 11 14 18 14 IS 1 17 18 18 13 14 1& 16 17 18 II 3oJl SS es'tlU S6 SO SI SS S3 24 S5 S4 87,38 80 jSOJai 87 38 30 30 31 FEBRUARY. AUOUST. S. M. T. W. T. F. S. & M. T. W. T. F. S. .. .. l .. i. .... i 346878034S8789 lO 11 18 13 14 IS 18l10 11 13 13 14 IS 1 17 18 10 SO.S1JBS 88 17 18 10 SOJSl 38 32 84 SS 88 37 88 38 -- 34 SS 38 37.38 30 3( - 31 -- .. . MARCH. SEPTEMBER. 6.'M. T. TV. T. F. 8. S. M. T. W. T. F. S. - 1 18 3 4 6 8 8 8 4 S 8 7 8 7 8 10 11 IS 19 0 10 11 18 IS 14 IS 14 15 IS 17 18 10 3C 10 17 18 18 30 31 38 81 88 88 34 85 86 ". S3'S4 35 88 37 38 30 88 88 30 sojsi APRIL. OCTOBER. S. M. T. W. T. F. S. S M. T. W. T F. S. 18 8 4 5-- 1 S 8 4 7 8 0 1 11 12 S 7 8 0 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 10 18 13 14 15 16J17 IS SO 81 S3 23 34 S5i36 10 So'.Sl 3SJ33 S4 Si 27 38 3936 S6 87 38 SO,3o'l MAY. NOVEMBER. S. SI. T. TV. T. F...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 4 January 1884

SgaggT-y.s?- .JJSSSIJIHiiHEEHV' - SB '--" r n.. i - " WMifPHaaPPiniMiaHHaHWBHHMiBBHHKMiaB 3-'-w K''?? Ji.'fT.-!-&--i5-j' T- f'y,-7i,;9'.Y" 7rlgfg&rVc'cf-''i aa-tr-y ....- ,, ,. t ,r .-.I.. - .' ; ' ' miizmtti&&vstt6&stg3aa&i!xaasi - - -wwrn-r-. ..-. ,, .:rrJfBfit "" "' PERSONAL ASD UTERAET. Theodore Tilton is living quietly in Ffi.-is. attending to his literary tfofL-. .V. Y. Ti7iics. Hon. Edward Mcpherson, ex-clerJ: of the House of Representatives, retired recently, just twenty years from the date of his first election. The Boston Public Library is to re ceive o0,000 from the estate of Arthur Schofield, notwithstanding there is a flaw in his vrilLJJoston Herald. --Will Carleton, the writer of farm ballads, is said to be worth 150.003. litre's no danger of his goin" "Over tin- Hills to the Poor House.' Chicago Journal. Washington Irving once said to a lady: " Don't be anxious about the ed ucation of your daughters: thev will do cry well: don't teach them so m...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 4 January 1884

-ti ft" & ,,- JTi- ?,V C i s r r . b ,u h-W . zmrrmi a x K& V i - !'- i lr K- L,-' ft y. $L i f :.. A- ., RA .'. l-s- - . - ' V ' :' MsUrial Mi TjptoM linen. . : Both malarial and tjpheld fevers will take advantage of the slightest hiatal aa invitation. They are feared and 1 dreaded bj every family, who not knowing exactly why they come or i how, yet feel that either may make its appearance at any time coming in .without warning or evident reason. But the diseases or rather the causes, the attending circumstances and the way for avoiding- them, can be easily nnderstood. Without any lengthy or learned diagnosis, of them, or any in ; terminable or incomprehensible medi cal terms, we want to give a simple statemont which can be understood by any one, and when understood, half the . terror which is greatest when indefin able, may dUappcar. Tho two fevers are totally distinct "' and different Both are caused by the r preeeuce in the system of a poison, but ! if two different pois...

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. — 11 January 1884

Pi'-mris ) 5Si--t;tj "h ..Oimm uifiMprii ... - - ,rr- -" -i 1 i?ss The Red Cloud Chief. - r "ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $1.50 A "TEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. VOL. XL RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY; NEB., 'FRIDAY, JANUARY H, 1884. NO. 23. I. 7 . . . , vKKfiKVllt1 Bggfty.JMiuH M.tismimi.zJk-LL. ' ., ,- "" '"' - " " -.- ' , ? , 1 amiMaaKMiKMtiMiusstxrii7 Bfrsar--iar,?5srgeHBWBi xi jYJKSTSKKlSr-ESpSi-ib! -.niWs " -- iQT-- ' ..' v $-..-. " " .' 1 i i t RED CLOUD CHIEF Published ervry Friday Morning nv A. C. HOSMER. -0- RATEK OF KUBSCRIATIOK: Oae fvr. out year. - - - tl 50. On op7. x months. - 5. Oita copy, three monthi. - 50. Entered at the roMcffiee in Bed CTond mat ter of the seeond rla. COUXTY OFFICFRS. John P. Bayha, County Clerk. Chas. Buschow, County Treasurer. Geo. O. Yei-jer, Count v Judge. J. W. Warren. Sheriff: Cha-. Springer, Supcrintcndjent of Public Ins-trnction. C. P. Rinker, County Surveyor. J. M. Mosena, County Coroner. J. E. Smith, ) Jncoh L. Miller, v...

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. — 11 January 1884

Kfccr. w n J-;, J i t; THE EED CLOUD CHIEF. 4. C. H9SMER, PuMlsiS. RED CLOUD. NEHIJ SK.. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and IWaH WASHINGTON NOTES. In a late case whero duty bad been col lected upon a cossack imported from Cana da into Maine, the owner, a Catholic priest, made application to tiave tho amount re funded, on tho ground that the article was used for religious purposes. Tho Depart ment in reply stated that where a priest imports vestments or any regalia or robo as his private property he must pay a duty, even though tho articles imported are after ward used in religious ceremonies; but where such articles are imported by a church or society for religious purposes they will bo allowed to come in free. The Director of tho Mint estimates that between $",0C0,000 and ,000,0 DO trade dol lars are out, and in the hands of tradesmen and tho people generally, instead of in the possession of speculators. The remainder of tho $30,000,000 originally coined is thought to have bee...

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. — 11 January 1884

""" - "" "' ' ,3P -x 'PMr. ?.; -" 31- jT 2w; ... i i i .- Sf- .'' ". --"" '"5- . - 1151 1 iiimiiiii";Mif I'wuaaJfcB i r UBE.'-,ilWWJii K?ramMaHHBlH THE BEDJJLODD CHIEF. A. C. HOSMER, Publisher. BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. THE SCIlOOL-JLUur.? STORY. A Jro-ty t-liii: was in the air Hon plainly I remember li-.o bright aiitutnnal fins hail paled. v.. litre and there an ember; iiH ky looked hard, tin- hill; were bare. Anil nu-re were tokens even-where - nat it liu.1 come November. I locked the ti-ne-worn school-housedoor. T he vil :!zc -at of learnm?. V7"V ,! e Ml'th. wo l trodden path 3I v homoward fooU-tcps turning; 31 y bean ii troubled ijue-tion bore. And m my mind, as o:t before, A vex ins1 thought was burning-. - Why is it up hill nil the way:-" Thus ran my meditations: J he lesins , had gone wrong that day. And I had lo-t my patience. Is there n way to molten care. And :rak.- it i-mk-r to ln;ar MfoV -orrow.- a:ul vexations?" Across m v pathway, through thc wood. I A fa !-n tree was l Uis...

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. — 11 January 1884

-ir rTT wr. ivim waajaggaggacaqwsBgBiw.' ig-iHxa'j-umww V I 'I I V t fc.;.: r - "iV v: iVr; t :w:t -.;, sj- ati. - ',,.' , The Red Cloud Chief. FRIDAY, JAN. 11. 18S4. Ceinty CemlsKfoBer'g Preceediags. Present, Hugh Stevenson, John E. Smith, Jacob L. Miller. County Com. and J. P. Bayba Co. Clerk. Board met Tor the purpose or making the semi-annual settlement with tht county treasurer, Chas. Buschow, and he not being fully prepared, the settle ment was held over until the regulai meeting, January 8, 1884, (2d Tuesday in Jan.) and there being other busines? of importance to attend to, the boan continued their session through the da; as follows: The following claims were presented, audited and allowed, warrants to be drawn on the county general fund for the same: Jones cs Goble, coal for court house $20,67; State Journal Co., special blanks, $1.35; John S. Marsh & , Co. poor account $33,36; Martha Rob- inson poor account $6,00; William W Montgomery, boarding and guarding prisoner $1...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 11 January 1884

tsT - . - . . w - "c tf, m mi p tfJjtfgStf'J -ffaRgrrr55182 t jV7y -?o?-i75c?r " ff!yfeMi in iotc - f. f Arv LjT JIBIII fa Till 1- JM aMag.- Maaa;M!uws -.. HraS t 1 i I The Red Cloud Chief. : gHPsER. - - Proprietor FRIDAY. JAN. 11, 1884 CURRENT EVENTS. of A Good Templars lodge is talked in lied Cloud. Make your application to the State Bank for farm loans. ll-tf The B. &. M. have adopted the stand ard time. It took effect last Sunday at noon. W. H. Goodall has ordered a new safe for his abatract records. It will cost $300. Wuat has become of our Burr Oak railroad scheme ? Has it died, or is it sleeping ? The hardtimes social at Mrs. Mitch ell's last Friday night was a very pleas ant affair. A. L. Funk, who has been visiting in Ohio for the past few weeks, has re turned to Red Cloud. Miss Lillian- Ames, of Grand Rapids, Mich., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. It. Bently this week. Burn's hog cholera and quinsy cure. "Warranted. For sale by Henri- Cook, Red Cloud. n23-m3 The Red Cl...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 11 January 1884

"i .'Mtot-r "" rr-i-i rirT 3aJWi,jj jj'wk Ji'1'yj'f ' ' ' "ju u 'umymUij-toata-'i 11 I s PI Our Young Headers. THE B0F5 Z) TJZE GIRLS. rbepo is such a crowd of you, boys and girls, You are thronging in evory place; If we did not conquer you now and then You would fill up all the space. rou tako the world as if it were your own. You merrily laugh and sing, sJf there we not a fading: time. And life eouu bo always spring:. ffo send you out of the way sometimes, -"in the midst of your mirth and noise, r For old beads ache, and old hearts fail, , And can not share your joys. 3ut the world balongs to you. after all. And others aside must stand, "hat you may be able to do and dare, And be masters in the land. fou arc so busy at school and play That you have no thought to spare ?orthe uroblems that puzzle the grown-up folks. And make them gray with care. . But you are the people, my happy ones; c And all that we do to-day iVill bo more to you thau it is to us, For yon will the longest stay....

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 11 January 1884

V3SB. rf 1SM atrtpi .-B -sataw5' "-J?aftSa8' ..-- -s--. .5 '. ggg3 HJry"838 " T. jkfT.' fr imieyf-ri n "rr K v . I C "irc.rtna "v ywnugtf ' TM'ts - .5 J HOME, FARM AXD GARDEN. I Sedge or marsh grass rahke juwjxs ' rellent mulch for nimTc it lT'-1 nervous than ever. .V. Y. Herald. -Spr.nkle corn meal over the turnip; or roots of any kind that are to1) fed to milch cows and givcdirectlv after milk- ing. liythis means anv unnlvasint lmorto the milk will be avoided - I'ruin'i' Fanmr. ' irnr ..,, nn.l.iTr., 4..T- lSSB?ne UUp m.i i. ii,u ..lid OllC-liall Ol Hour nn il RiNin. one of current a imnll . un o molass. sis .0.1 :.l. li ",1. ' tii n " . . .rt ...fi 't i.-1-t. " : . '" ,:c L , " ".r'-r.r .. l'""Alur- kc U.H.-IUI.U11SUI an iiour. lin-i'i.n r.txi A froodinancrViilfnrii-..4 i made by boil qua-sia in a"fallon i. .:.::,.,- - j,--.iJu.lu. iiu omj treatment to be prescribed Ino bouthern States, within tKo past few for nervous horses is kindness and rears, the price of Jand has asa genera...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 11 January 1884

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