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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 18 January 1884

2te!? 11370 ,,.u.. gggSsfeJ ? W-mii '!?"i t2"'1 ' af i vrr fH .--1 V. - " wgsLS s --.a- H: Vv '- Ttpr v ... ft -i ..W " .. ra -K X. V? s , ft A - -" r-.V -i V'-!--- ' y -o r-TOjaa- . Mft$Mii X TaA'V J -jSi "" & Y The Red Cloud Chief. till 1 . "ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OP LIBERTY," AND $1.80 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. VOL. XI n RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1884. NO. 24 m - rf 'wBspr( v r P X - RED CLOUD CHIEF Publuhed every Friday Morning fit A. C. 'HOSMER. KATES OF 8UBSCEIATI0K: Ob copy, one fear. On copy, fix montbi. Oca copy, three months. tl50. 50. Entered at the PoftoQee in Red Cloud as mat ter of the second class. COUNTY OFFICFJIS. ) John P. Bayhn, County Clerk. Chas. Buschow, County Treasurer. Geo. O. Yeiser, County Judge. J. W. Warren. Sheriff. Chns. W. Springer, Superintendent of Fit hue Instruction. C. P. Rinker, County Surveyor. J. M. Mosena, County Coroner, a. E. Smith, ) Jacob L. Miller, County Com Jno. McCalltim. J Garfield Post ...

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. — 18 January 1884

fssa&Su: ffifrP.1Ti?V1;-f3l mi j ii in i -ir rr nnrrrn r"ff-' vr ,i . 'pF nr fmumhhs 'v-r ? ir a -- BWvi i 4 i.zum ZtSBTTtg "? " JOS V..V'---" ?- - ilfllT Pw-k - ---r . oTBWr' " " -v- r JLT. "" " iV - ii i immt l TTW I M E8w-5AaK5HBB2 aJ-7T'-sy?'i c?; v - -jr; w ft LV 9 t THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. A. C. HOSMER, Pillisker. RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA. COMMEKT COMMEHT. Ths American Hog is just now re ceiving a great amount of attention from American Statesmen. It is stated that about seventy thou sand people died from cholera in Egypt during the year just closed. A large number of the admirers of the late M. Gambetta visited the cham ber where he died, on the recent anni versary of his death. The House Committee on Post-offices recently instructed its Chairman to re port favorcbly the bill giving the Post master General power to establish postal service wherever in his judgment the public welfare required. THE WORLD'S DOINGS Congressman Morrison recently in timated that every member of Congr...

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. — 18 January 1884

"" '&aii!gaate'a3aaiKTr i "j ... n i ' " 1 .' '" ' 1 '"'!"""-J j- --5 i 1 4 THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. . C. HOSMER, Publish. BED CLOUD, 4 11 - NEBRASKA. ENSXARED. Deep in a va?t primeval wood MylmlfHlocayins cabin stood, its wills were mo.. y. and Its floor vvitu stain anu mold was darkened o'er. Therein I dwelt, aloof from care. -Alone with fancies sweet and rare. I-ons? after dawn I lay in bed And heard the woodpecker overhead Heat on the roof his rattling call. tW ti lrd ,he wJnd-waves riwj and fall, J mist from atar. worn keen and thin, taint memories of the world came in. At noon, the wood was strangely still: No tluttcnnsr winsr. no tapping bill; hadow and Punshlne side by side J)rowsed m slim aisles and vistas wide; hven the brook's voice, rich and full, seemed slowly lapsing to a lull. When nisrltt came on. the owl came, too: , II oo hoo. hoo-hoo, hoo-hoo-oo-oo!" J nd s-. taint footfalls, here and there. iietrayed the hesitating hare: w UiUt in the tree-tops, dark and deep, J ...

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. — 18 January 1884

rasa j-xt K?SI OJ .y.. " tv rvj i,l EBv The Red Cloud Chief. A. C. HOSMER, - - Proprietor FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 1884. OUR STATE. The State is practically divided by by the Flatte river into what is known as the North and South Platte coun tries. The South Platte is composed J of the counties of Richardson, Ncnia jr ha, Otoe, Cass, Saunders, Lancaster, Gage, Jefferson, Saline, Seward, Butler, Polk, York, Fillmore, Thayer, Nuck olls, Clay, Hamilton, Adams, Webster, Franklin, Kearney, Phelps, Harlan, Furnns, Gosper, Frontier, Bed Willow, Hitchcock, Hayes, Chose, Dundy, and parts of Hall, Lincoln and Keith. The Republican rnns from west to eost through the southern tier of counties until it reaches Nuckolls, when it turns south and runs through Kansas. The Republican valleyis the richest and most productive part of the State. There are ten more counties north of the Platte than there are south, and in the North Platte are Douglas county and the city of Omaha, yet the South Platte counties ar...

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. — 18 January 1884

f&Wfg&t mUa : .-r.'4 . '-eas& v!?"f; Tfc'jrt (.". rap V- -'-. ;' tTt'i'J- - rfc ' 4-,v . .-- & "WBSWfJ1 gffljynwwiiiwinjitfj vrgtwHynyj..' 'JFTTrJSy ' ' V-H'-J" V :',it -a. fr P fHE Red Cloud Chief. A- C. HOSMER, - . Proprietor-! FRIDAY. JAN, IS. 1884. RED CLOLMARKETs! "Winter whe.it ; C5 7Q Oats 1S 20 3Iye 30 Parley 25 35 Corn shelled ; 2S Corn in ear o' Hs 4.60-l.75 Cattle 3 003.50 CURRENT EVENTS. G. H. Ciiaxey went to Indiana thie week. The comet is now visable in the south-western heavens, y t NKv restaurant has been started in this city, by Mrs. M..Schafer. J. it. YWlcox has moved into his new office in the Shite Bank block. The firm of Spanogle & Funk have resumed business at their old 6tand. J. L. Mixer is the father of an eleven und boy. He is getting up the ci A trotracted meeting has been in progress at the M. E. Church this wek. Burn's hog cholera and quinsy cure. Warranted. For sale by Hen ry Cook, 23-3m ' -j Only a few more overcoats lei at hie Golde...

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. — 18 January 1884

, 1 5t BOO, FAME llfD OABDXK. - When horses are compelled to r main exposed to storms at this season the use of a robber blanket, with flan nel lining, will be of valuable assistance in the prevention of colds and. lung dis eases. Troy Times. The Poultry Monthly is of the opin ion that Dominiques breed more true to color than any other breed of fowls. They are very hardy, mature early, splendid layers, sitters and mothers, and good table fowls. Quinces can be grown in most lo calities where apples thrive. The se cret of success with this somewhat diffi cult fruit is' mulching in winter and heavy manuring in summer. Wood ashes, leached or unleached, are highly beneficial. The quince borer must be dug out with a knife in the fall. Dead twigs impair the vitality of the trees and must be removed. .y. Y. Herald. Apple Roly-Poly: Peel, quarter and core sour apples; make rich biscuit dough with baking powder or raised biscuit dough, roll up, put in a pudding bag, and then into a kettle of ...

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. — 18 January 1884

SKWWIEaBErTO es. ttk-rf siSaPtsnKiHRa. syy rw tfgHsagavai PERSONAL ASD IITER1RT. -1TA 5i?gefiMJ C00.) gentleman SnfiS. wjected pofetfs.S Mrs. A- a Pond, & sister of the fa mous Sam Patch, died at Petersburg a., recently. s Senator Colquitt, of Georgia, and Conjrressmaa .MHiken, of MSfie, are ?a d to resemble each other as closely ai two Dromios." J -David Pulsifer, ttTio has been clerk in the Massachusetts Secretary oi Mate s oiliee for thirty vcars, retired a few days ago. Boston Post. Rev. Dr. Backus, of Union Collet, at Schenectady, N. Y., who has ben blind from cataracts ten vears, has fully recovered his sight as the result 'A operations performed by a Balti more physician. Troy Times. -Ex-President Thomas Hill, of Har vard College, lias edited an almanac in which the computations have been made according to the new Eastern standard time, the first of the kind to be published. Boston Herald. Mr. Bennett, the owner of the New York Herald, is said bv persons who have seen him...

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. — 18 January 1884

v vir t v - ' "J" -T s . ' li t r- 6 AT i i; :' . Jr !' & I v Li V7T --.. W . its. -i i9i rs -v ws ffe KST-a a V3 -3.. iMfis-: VJ4S4!'.: - ssm- 5?- &F5 If I B " I i 1 T5 Jte'-atf ?- " SBBBBBsKlnSSBBBBBB. The Red Cloud Chief A.C.HOSMER, . . Ptmprtotor FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 1884. A UTTLB CHILD. gJMJMMUM akUdkood's tiny grace Draw nafroa bactoeas. bookBand aiCl letter than aU ttewirtl the clasp Of dm eaull luad upon the heart, W krte, with ttda that mlalcked death. In fever flames our darling lay; while we who watched hertiutterfng breath Could only. wait, and hope, and pray- Pale gilding shapes and whispered words Haunted the bushed and shadowy room, Till the Ant twitter of the birds Awoke, and daybreak edged the g loam On vacant chatrs and silent walls. Where loncrr watntiMt of An nih Sfo ,d-how strange, how speotraL Th saookary of the BOTBinf lhjhtl Asiaa traooeof fearwo j . Peril toonewecanm Fterll and pain to oss b. juuee trombus? eowarc .the The dawn rose, pitilessly bright; T...

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. — 25 January 1884

s flS3gaQ ,4;5'-aclSKs?' h,?' ? .fffcse-isiw-Sw'Macs ms-y- 3"1- v- Si J-.. -J - . , T r v . -- t-i hi i rwi n i iiiMiiim.il iii -in "T IJH l 1)11.1 mVinilHH'ni l. W .MWWHII Mill! 111 I ll Hll III I I. I I .ill I.I Hi '' " ' , . Bfe lll ft illTWll ? ' "j - 3jfr- -A 1 "VI V iT 4-J W V ' j ) The Red Cloud Chief. V ifl ,i ? "ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $1.80 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1884. NO. 25 VOL. XL "i H , 1 r 1 RED CLOUD CHIEF EVERY FRIDAY BY A. C. HOSMER. KATES OF EUBSCRIATIOK: One eopy. one year. - - - 1150. One eopy. six montki. - W. One copy, three month. ... 50. Entered At the PostofSse in Red Cloud as mat ter of the feennd class. COUNTY 0FFICFBJ. John P. Bayha, County Clerk. Chas. Buschow, County Treasurer. Geo. O. Yeiser, County Judge. .J. . w nrren, snenn. CIkis. W. Springer, Superintendent of Public Instruction. C. P. Rinker, County Surveyor. J. M. Mosena, County Coroner. J.E. Smith, ) Jacob ...

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. — 25 January 1884

1 I? i THE EED CLOUD CHIEF. . r A. C. KOSHER, Mlskr. RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA. CTTKREKT COWMEN!. It is estimated that four thousand people committed suicide in Pris the past pear. Charles Steyexsoj., of Fulton, 5", Y., is reported as fifty years old and as having never eaten meat. He is evi dently afraid of the American bog. The City Coancil, of Halifax, (X. S.) recently pas.oed a resolution permitting colored children to enjoy the same school privileges as white ohildren. Ma. Perkins, of Kansas, lately intro duced a bill in Congress to appropriate 30,000,000 annually from internal rev enue taxes of the country, to aid in the encouragement and support of common schools. The House Public Lands Committee recently considered the argument which have been made and unanimous ly voted to forfeit the grant of thcTexas Pacific Railroad. The bill was to be re ported 3t once; other hind grant case would ho considered by the committee as rapidly as possible. The authorities of Canton (China) are s...

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. — 25 January 1884

t W GT. v - .' 'y w-" - Qz V ,J-C"f MV -5i "l?? .? ''tir',-i,Vtp wut- FY USSHHB I ; ) I if. THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. , . I. C HOSMER, Publis'rer. RED CLOUD, 1 - KEBRASRA. MOTHERS LETTERS.' Slather's letters! precious things! fcpcedinj,' with their snowy whims! ' V aiicd for by household bands. In all countries and all lands! Mother's letter to her bey! tee him jrnisp it. oh! vhat joy! .Now with tears his eyes are dim Mother, dear, believes in him. Tender thoughts from mother's pen ' He iniit read to li-teninjr men. They 5ii camp, or "raarchinjf through," May have anxious mother's, too. f.r. h? Pca- frm shore to shore. Mid the ercut Atlantic's roar Seed the little missives white hi their rounds of love and Hjrht; Clieerinir many a maiden's heart, roreed from home and friends to part: CoecKinjr many a lad's career When the tempter lurketh near. .Mother's letter! full of love. Oh. what comforters they prove In the dark and dismal day. When no Miulijiht gildstnc way. Mother's letters! preci...

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. — 25 January 1884

av ; f y- - L, rV J -. i i ;? -The Rd Cloud Chief.- A. C. HOSMEW, - - Pwprtmr . FRIDAY, JAN. 26. 1S84. COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS Red Cloud. Neb., Jan. 15, !884. Board met pursuant to adjournment. The following commissioners were present: John R Smith, J. L. Miller, John McCsllnm, and J. P, Bayha, countj cleric. The following; claims were present ed, audited and allowed, and warrants to be drawn on county general fund for the same. J. MMosena, services county physician $ 50 00 Jones & Goble, coal for court house 123 52 Sabin & Blott, poor bill 17 33 Fryse & Warren, printing. 19 50 Settlement of O. H., C. C. Cox, R. D. No. 2 approved. Official bonds of John B. Blaine, constable Stillwater precinct, and Dan iel Snyder, O H B D No. 12 approved. Board appointed M. S. Marsh con stable Bed Cloud precinct. Board continued the examination of the county treasurer's books and fsjjcheras Board ordered that a sufficient amount, not exceeding $12 be appro priated to replank the Elm Cr...

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. — 25 January 1884

!&& ..- U ' " " V- -v.--' --T -'fr'-'r -.-T i,,- "frj35r-s-?r PP .11 l. "l . V"-?r -- r- --SfcS Cj - i-fi? ' fc .CVT agfeBtSi6s . ? - -- s-i- v "" "" VjW- "-! I" t -1 ri, V i t) f k.4 L? The Red Cloud Chi EP. A.C. HOSMEH. . . -r-,mr FRIDAY. JAN. 25, 1884. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Mrs. Ed. Parkeb has returned from Iowa. We need an opera houBe build it? Who will Our merchants heavy spring trade. all anticipate A fixe assortment of toilet articles and stationery at Lindley's. Several brick blocks are being planned lor the spring work. R. D. Jokes, has gone enst on busi ness, and will be absent several days W. H. Goodall, has moved into his new office south of McFarland's store. Wasted, a house to rent Apply at this office. Want possession March 1. On the 9th and loth of February, will be quarterly meeting at the M E church. M. L. Thomas is taking a ten days lay off. He is well pleased with his new business. The law firm of Gilham and Tulleys have been appointed county attorneys at a s...

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. — 25 January 1884

-i .-&&-,: "i- m " - V n- tr I? r-i V. A KTSTEKT SOLTEK fla-Haff aZ the Remalas of tho CeUtoMk New York Bestaaratear, CaarlM IH amleo Death freet Exyeevre. Newark, N. J.. Jan. 14. The body of Charles Delmoaico, who dis appeared sereral days ago, was 'found is the Orange Mountains in the woods near General McClelland saauaer hoase at ten o'clock this morning by two boys. There Vera no marks of violence. He died from exposure. Nothing was missing from the body. The boys who tliscorered the body immediately went for assistance and re turned with sereral residents of Orange Valley. Upon their arrival they turned the body over, for it was lying on theface, frozen stiff, and immediately recognized theremainsas those of he missing Charles Delmonico. Letters found thereon estab lished the fact at once. Nothing had been removed from the body and no signs of vio lence were apparent. The ground around where the man lay was undisturbed. The first two days alter he disappeared were the m...

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. — 25 January 1884

"---BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB :3;Tri- -5 - '$ 1 Kfrtl ,if" -vr-,, -jWj? T.J '"SiSS",'' ? r 4 -."" i?--5? ,t $' '-'i-.Fy;??;J -y- i ""4 BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB -'M -i i.( VJ Temperance BeadSS. -'onx hauls r conn. ., JWl1onrJn,-n,y J Jhn. YcL I f ,1, Peppermint: , u,-pan to love you John Anil M,on I loved siuw11 JJ Barleycorn. niy Jo. But now the time has come John I-or mo that love to smoker- InTOm? ke,ne U. John, And I will take the other: For wo may tumble down. John ivif ha,l!1 in h,ld we iro. ' John" &,a,,m,!C - he -no. John Barleycorn, my Jo. Ywi !!""? not usoa rao W(,. John "A lnle journeyinsr toRcthcr- In Si? y0uM be m trfeiSjohn. In lair or hto.-iny weather: "ffi" the rain came down. John, And lieree tj,e wina ,lid w : uu iUhrn,nV ln tbe r-,a,side dith, John Barleycorn, my Jo. VJrhfc"?"'i:h.,P is bad, John, itT5?i J.lly tss Mnictlmes: It leads Hie wav to wron- Johr, And frequently to crime--v..".'!-i"y ni? the. scrapes John. iU.'; nr oncv have '"--lped...

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. — 25 January 1884

t1 fWtiii t -' - -:sv; -.' n - v r t r! IV IX m ; i'zMi' ' $ :J . if in ?,? The Red Cloud Chief. A. O. HOIMEW, - - ifsrletor FRIDAY, JAN. 25, l84. AN ILLVSTATION. FARM AND fCaanaaaieatoa. At s fashionable eastern watering place, last summer, a young girl stole from a lady bather a diamond ring valued at $500, and being suspected and fearing a search would be made, she swallowed it to conceal the theft. She was arretted and taken to jail, and from there to a hospital. The loser ef the ring, ignoring the uncertain and unsatisfactory process of the law, de termined irpon the practical method of recovering the property by following the girl to a hospital and there watch ing and waiting developments. At last accounts there was ahopeful prospect that in due course of time the jewel so rich and beautiful would be regained. For the purpose, however, of using the above incident as an illustration we shall leave the lady watching for her jewel, and let an anxious publii draw upon its imaginat...

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 February 1884

6 " - - . . V ' ' i The -Kb ; 8mhtd Chief.-: a - r- "' .- -- I - Z . I" j , . ' ' ' ' ' . ; v f . . i -ETERNAL .VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $1.50 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. VOL. XL RED. CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB FRIDAY, FEBRUARY lv 1884. NO.- 26. X ( rv te f- ir r RED CLOUD CHIEF i:vj:ky ii'iday nv A. C. HOSMER. It VMS OK fCllsCftUTIOV. Co!T, cnyear. - - - SI 5ft. n h'l'S ix months. - f.. One copy, thr" months. - 50. Entered at the I'otXx filc in Rid Cloud at raat ternf the srnd ilas. COUNTY UFFICFJU5. ' J ihii 1'. Ba h:i, County Clerk. Chas. Bu-chow, County Treasurer. (uo O. Yeier. (iuntv Judge. .1. VT. Waricn, Silent ' - Cha.- W. Springer. Superintendent Public InMiuclion. ( -' 0. 1'. Rinkcr, d unity Surveyor. J. M. MoM-na. County Coionur. J. E. Smith, ) Jacob L. Miller, County Com. Jno. Mct'alluni. t Garfield Posflio.30. C. A. R. meet t-very tuher 'Mnnd.iy ermine. RpKulir merlins on Monday eieninc on tr before Ihc full mn. M. B. McNitt. S. Wkst. Adj't. Com. qA...

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 February 1884

v $M7 THE BED CLOUD CHEF. A. C. HOSMER, Publisher. BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA CURRENT COMMENT. The W&ltham, (Mass.) watch fac tory recently made another reduction ol wages, creating great dissatisfaction among employes. . Genebai. Sherman is reported as having recently said that he would "sooner go to the Penitentiary than to the White House." Queen Victoria is said to be in good health, with the exception that she is unable to stand upon her feet longer than a few minutes at a time. It is estimated that during the past year fully one thousand Chinamen have crossed over from British Colnmbia into the United States. Senator Allison was recently re elected by the Legislature of Iowa, re ceiving the unanimous vote of the Republicans of both branches of the Legislature. It was reported that a massacre ol Christians had occurred at Khartoum. It was also said that King John offered a refuge in Abyssinia for the officials and foreign Consuls at Khartoum. The police of St. Petersburg are said ...

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 February 1884

m -"i??m i) w U t t ts- Fi i $ m jt u t r i w 5 r THE SID CLOUD CHIEF. 4. G. KOSkEB, Paijilsi'sr. " 0ED CLOUD. ' - . XKBII.XSKA. IX JAPAX. iii .lapan The curious man Can Ami out a woman's a?e by a plan She ha, over there OJ arranging her hair. As only a .!aianci lady can. - loop or two more, A liaiij)in less By 8lgn like these is tho truth betrayed; so that looking: her o'er It i eay to pnes-5 Whether she be a wife, widow, or maid. Tis a tylo 'Tuould be worth while For u- to import trom that Eastern Isle; Though many a maid, I am much at raid, AVouId such a fashion utoncc revile. If a li.iir-pin more Would ettle a doubt, The American feminine, I'll envesre. To be safe on that score Would Icav thoe out That v ere most likely to tell her age. No. "Twontdo, s That is true; And he w lio is anxious to Interview Tne leinalc --ex. And tlieir temper ex By the mipu lent question: "How old are you?" If he would know The truth eiact The prying, -pying, curious man lie laid better go. When liN ...

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 February 1884

f ' Wfc-t ; i WL --. .7 '.'J- i. 1 - - - - " - m i I f It, 'jffir The Red Cloud Chief. A.C.HOSMER, - Proprietor FRIDAY. FEB. I, 1W4. ANGELS. BEV. . L. WILIIEL3IS, A. Jf. -'s We Riu'ftt not conclude become we dbnotJind jnanifcgted on tbia earth any other iutelligencie save the Cre ator and man, there are none. There is a great gap stretching itselt between God and man. This, the heathen mind as well a the christian fills. The ra tiensil probability of heathen mytholo gy in iilliug up the gap with sub deities and heroes, is respectable. But to till it with any intelligent certainty is left to divine revelations, us found in the racred scriutures. From this source ne find God, the Creator, infinite y,- supreme, and man chiel ot carting creatures, but when we venture into nu uueartly realm' we find unearthly creatures, below Uwl and .above man Whenever (iod specially reveals llim&elf we find attendants other. than man. In creation the morning stars out for joy. In prophecy revealed,...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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