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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 22 February 1884

5 E f.- r Red Cloud Chief. ii 'ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $l.SO A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF THE CHIEF. VOL. XL RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1884. NO. 29 The 1 RED CLOUD CHIEF EVERY FRIDAY BV A. C. HOSMER. RATES OF eCBSCElITION: Ob eoiy. one year, - - fl 60 0 eoy. six months, - 75. Ob onr. four month. - 50. Entered at tho Postofflse in Red Cloud as mat ttr of the second class. COUXTY OFFICFRS. John P. Bayha, County Cleric. Ch&s. Buschow, County Treasurer. Geo. O. Yeiser, Countv Judge. J. W. Warren, Sheriff tChas. W. Springer, Superintendent of Public Instruction. C. P. Rinkcr, County Surveyor. 4.M. Moena, County Coroner. J. E. Smith, ) Jacob L. Miller, v County Com. Jno. McCallum. ) Business Directory. THE lufing IBIUiiQry ShffB I J. A. FOWLER, Propreitor. J"xT First door north of the-National Bank. Red Cloud. T D. DENNEY M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office and sleeping room over Cook's drug store. t DAMERELL, ST. Dn PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON...

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. — 22 February 1884

V THE EED CI,OUD CHIEF. 4. C. HOSMER, Publisher. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. Seven persons, pleasure-seekers, were recently drowned at, Dundee, Scotland. Mr. Hunt, United States Minister at St. Petersburg, is reported seriously ill. Chicago helped Pcorh, in the late contest for the Republican State Con tention of Illinois, and Springfield, with custom and the political wire-pullers on her side, got left. Peoria secured the convention. THE WORLD'S DOINGS General Grant was reported suffer ing from kidney and liver troubles ow ing to the coniinement forced en him through the injury to his hip and thigh growing out of his late fall upon the ice. His physicians seemed to regard the complications attending his case as of a rather serious nature. Ax armed band of Mexicans recently threatened to raid the town of Eagle Pass, on the Texan side of the Rio Grande, in order to get possession of two persons charged with the murder of a citizen of Saragossa, on the Mexican side. The Texa...

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. — 22 February 1884

u vTHE BED CLOUD CHIEF. A. C. HDSMER, Publisher. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, WHILE WE MAY. Thehaml are such lear haml: TifL-y arc so lull; they" turn at our demands : often: tlioy reach out. With trilies scarcely thought about, -o :aany times: they do s very many thimrs for me. for you It their fond wills mistake. We may well bend, not break. rhey are such fond, frail lips Ta.it -peak to in. Pray, if love strip3 Them of discretion many time?. Or if theys-peak too slow or oiars, such crimes Ve may jmss by; forwo may see lTays not far off when those small words may v be Held not ac slow, or quick, or out of place. but dear. Because the lips are no more here. nicy are such dear, familiar feet that ;ro Alotisr the path with ours feet fat or slow,' And tryinjr to keep pace if thev mistake, Or tread upon some flower that we would take I pon our breast, or brui- wmo reed Or crush poor Hope until it bleed, Mu may be in 1 1 le, 4 Xot turning juicklv to impute Crave fault: for they and we H e Mich a...

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. — 22 February 1884

ifH'" (bAc,, -3-;t"-V ,:. .rv - r m . .wWjfl-y .1.1 we ELM CREEK. The cold weather has kept the news from spreading. It has been rather severe on cattle and hogs that had no shelter. Farmers have got away with a good many bushels of corn during the cold snap. A good many of them had to burn corn for fuel. Joseph Burr had a cow killed by the others hooking her. A protracted meeting is to com mence at the Elm Creek school house Rev. Brown and Rev. Brittin are to conduct the meeting. E. Beal's school will close next Fri day. Nellie Arnold's school has closed. She gave general satisfaction. The exhibition at Elm Creek school house was a. success. The speakers and performers were J. Beal, H. Beal, C. Beal, W. Peck, Bert Conrad, Isaac Thomas, Wayne Beal, Ellsworth Thomas, Sam Chambers, E. Ferguson, Nellie Arnold, Nettie Arnold, P. Thom as. Ella Beal, Gertude Thomas. The exhibition is claimed by the old folks t be the bes one they ever saw, east or. west. Taw. WHEATLAND. Another change in ...

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. — 22 February 1884

aftfr -. ' . - r. J t 1 V The Red Cloud Chief A.C. HOSMER, - Proprietor FRIDAY, FEB. 22, 1884. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Read J. L. Miller s new ad. Mb Palmer Way was in the city this week. J. N- Rickabds went to Beatrice this week. Don't forget the G. A, R. supper and ball to-night. Read the county commissioners' proceedings. J. W. Chambers has been appoint ed constable. A. J. Kekkey is now clerk of the town council. J S Noll bought two acres of land of W B Roby last week. Theee was a large crowd of people in town last Saturday. Look at T. C. Hacker's new adver tisement in this issue. John Bangert made final proof on his homestead, Monday Your attention is called to the bar gains offered by L. Baum. Our young friend John-Shirey is do ing York, Neb., this week. it was a girl, and Mr. T. Perry, was very happy. Usual weight. Read Morhart & Fulton's new adver tisment in another column. LsoroLD Wike, of St Stephens, gave us a pleasant call on Monday Miss Mary Noll, of Traer, Iowa, is the gu...

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. — 22 February 1884

r-!rr j&Af--r- ,. . r . I "I" - J ' -5 v -r HOME, F1BM AHP ti ABDES. - -The want of purs and fresh water accounts in many instances for the lack of eggs during the winter season. Fowls require a constant supply of water, ana without it will not lay. Al bany Journal. A cbrrcspoQ dent of the Ohio Farmer says that peach trees raised from the 6eed on the spot where they are to grow, and budded there, live longer and produce more fruit and are surer bearers than those transplanted. Lemon Pudding: Three-quarters oi a pound of grated bread, six ounces of snet, one-quarter of a pound of moist sugar, the peel of a lemon grated, and the juice, two eggs and a little milk to mix it. Boil three hours. AT. 11 Her ald. ' A.frost-proof vegetable-house is de scribed as made with walls fifteen inch es thick, double-boarded, the space be tween the boards being filled with saw dust. The ceiling is alio boarded with about ten inches of saw-dust between the boards. Troy Times. A writer in Gardening I...

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. — 22 February 1884

yajaW, 'i25fec: t 1 w 1 t' The Absence of Earthworms from Ca. nadlan Prairies. Not by any means the leasTrnraarka ble of the very notable series oi works which Mr. Darwin has given to the world is that which came last from his pen but a short time previous &- his la mented death. Dealing as it does with effects which, when looked at in the de tail, are exceedingly small nd insig nificant but, when viewed in the aggre gate, are shown to be of surprisimlm porlance, the "Vegetable Mould and Earthworms" roust certainly rank as a most strikingly interesting work. It is not my desire to call in question the conclusion? at which Mr. Darwin has arrived with regard to the action of earthworms in cultivating the soil, but I wish to point out that in one extensive portion of the earth's surface, to which much attention has of late been directed on account of its agricultural capabili ties, earthworms do not exist I refer to the vast region commonly known as Manitoba and Northwest Territori...

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. — 22 February 1884

prtsc .&& aH y ?p s WWWr j6 ' iiv v. ' S W -3 5, r i ,4 s TS V. - i if -' ill . - Way Ocklaeal aai CanalM Ira Costly. The Iranmonaet. London, explains why the beautiful cochineal and car mine colors are so expeusive. It says: One of the best and most powerful ani mal dyes used in the arts and manu factures is the body of the female cochi neal insect, dried. This insect exists on a species of cactus, and when alive is about the size of a ladybird, or per haps a trifle smaller. It is wingless, rather long, equally broad all over, and Ib marked behind with deep incisions and wrinkles. It has six feet, which curiously enough are only of use di rectly after birth, and secures itself to the plant by means of a trunk which is found between the fore feet, and de rives Its nourishment from the sap. The male cochineal is like the female only during the larra period. It changes into chrysalis and eventually appears m red dies. The female de posits some thousands of eggs, whioh she prot...

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. — 29 February 1884

I'ligm f H UBHnMnwMimOMW The Red Cloud Chief. .-u 2r '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 29, 1884. NO. 30 i. 4- &v. RED CLOUD CHIEF EVERY TKIDAY BY A. C. HOSMER. HATES OF FUUSCR1VTI0K: Ctc copy. on year. SI SO One copy. ik months. - - One copy, iur months. - Mt. Entered at tbu I'oftoSie in Red Cloud as mat ter of the eicond clus. .n'jjtmnr awamx COUXTY 0FF1CFRS. John I Bavha, County Clerk. Cliiis. Busi-how, County Treasurer. Geo. O. Y-ier, County Judge. J. W. Warren, Phcriri". Clias.W. Splinter. Superintendent of Public Instruction. C. 1. Rinker, County Surveyor. J.M. Moseini. County Coroner. J. E. ?mith, ) Jacob L. Miller, v County Com. Jno. McCallutn. j " Business Directory. THE bafing Ulfiaery 8to J. A. FOWLER, Propreitor. I A ID JT First door north of the National i Bank. Kd Cloud T D. DEXXEY jT. I)., . niYFl CIAS' AND SURGEON. Opncn and sleeping room over CuokV dru...

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. — 29 February 1884

ras?. rr-'jCJsj MBann r I - - - inriiiraaftTTia'! &4.,S.iS3.tS: ; ,ft f PS s- K ft. g f P r i.4: . h 2fl r i r THE EED CLOUD CHIEF. A. C. HOSMER, Publisher. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA CURRENT COMMENT. There is said to be a secret organiza tion at work to promote the secession of Manitoba from the Dominion of Can ada. Olivek Edes, the originator of the vast industry of machine rivet making in this country, died at Plymouth, Mass., recently at the age of sixty-nine years. Archbishop Feehax was tendered a reception at Chicago by the Catholic clenrv and teachers. One of the features of the occasion was the presentation of costly vestments. It is the general opinion among English officials at Cairo that the Egyp tian army is not only useless, but dangerous, and ought to be disbanded. General .Wood faintly expresses confi dence in the Egyptians. Congressman Hewitt, of New York, advocates the placing of imported raw material on the free list as "the natural beginning of tariff revision." He t...

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. — 29 February 1884

TIE BED CLOUD CHIEF. 4. C. HOSMER, Publisher. RED CLOUD. NEP.tiask; A TEAR AGO. 1 "I?S rich a Tear act) That evcrv day A little child looked up to me .Amid its play. I was so very rich because , Tlie child w?i initio- I did not think he was vua but lent - utUc; tiine. 1 dreamed, for him, bright dreams. And her The castles that he built VVc.ro all for me. I cm not tell you, if I try, Howjrolden, bright. The head upon my pillow Every uiht. I never could beyin to tell 1 w.sh J could How sweet this child of mine. Hw Mveet, bon- rcod: Or halt how rich I lelt myself. Ytm do not know How very r.eh 1 was A year ao. And now I staud upon the path I stand alone. How poor 1 am! So poor no diadem whatever Rhone Could mnk me rich. Hut standing licrc And 1'xikinif down On Uo ldeu hope, as on some crimjon wind Mower Turned to brown, 1 see that, though 1 am so poor. For his sweet sake I may be jd-id that God saw fit His own to take. I nny be jrlad. because 1 loved him so. That God -hould do so kind ...

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. — 29 February 1884

d I, I i I ,! The Red Cloud Chief. A.C. HOSMER, Proprietor FRIDAY, FEB. 29, 1884. ; CREESE FACTORY. Ed. Chief : I have been requested ft great many times to give through the columns of The Chief a report of the Inavnle cheese factory for J 883. This being my first season here and not having proper facilities for curing late made cheese, my start was late and my closing for the season early. The coming season shall commence earlier and keep in operation most of the winter. I made cheese 172 days. Total amount of milk received, 608, 658 pounds. 9 Total amount paid to patrons $5, 528.78. Net price per 100 pounds milk for the season, 91c. Each month's milk net per 1001b as follows . April, $1.14 ; May, 90c ; June and July, 84c ; August, 90c ; September and October, $1.00. Average number of cows for the 172 days, 200. Average net per cow for the 171 days, $27.69. Smallest amount of milk received in one month was the first month, April, 80971b. The greatest amount in one month, 134,7241b....

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. — 29 February 1884

Tsegsjs V The Red Cloud Chief -,.. A. C. HOSIWER, Proprietor FRIDAY, FEB. 29. 1SS4. AROUND THE CITY. The State bank has a new clock. A. J- Means, was in Hustings this this week. I. X. Marquis is building a small en gine. It's a beauty. There was a social at Dr. Tulleys on "Wednesday evening Gov. Garner will build a number of new hou:?es this spring. Don't forget the masquerade ball next Thursday evening. Dr. Damerell is building a new house on his lot latelj acquired. There will be services at the catho lic church on the 14th and 17th. Canary birds for sale at J. D. Leach es' two miles and a half north east of town. n30-t4 If possible, there should be a side walk Irom the btisinees center of town to the depot. About twenty-five houses are being contracted for, we understand, to be built at once. There will be a grand Catholic festi tival and fair on St. Patrick's Day, at at the court house hall. L. H. Beck, a student at Keokuk Medical College, is now reading medi cine under Dr. Denn...

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. — 29 February 1884

afiBS5SWa2tSaw)GUJ! 233 jajtj.Tacux aur Tr-ra.L- ;v - nn r. l' & S ' SOME, FARM AWPtiABDES. Hones are fond of the fodder the sheep leave. A heifer well broken to the halter, and gentle, is worth ten dollars more. When weaning animals always warm the milk. This will tend to pre vent scours. Cincinnati Times. Never lot animals drink water upon which ice has formed. It is too cold to fee wholesome. Chicago Jotirnal. To polish windows or mirrors, sim ply breathe on them and then rub light ly wth soft newspaper. The Houseliold. ' Hot-beds for raising seedling plants for thegarden are to be started about six weeks before the time at which it will bo safo to set out tho plants. Sashes should bo got ready; paint if need be and replace broken lights. N. Y. Post. A folded newspaper, or part of a newspaper folded, is good for a holder and saves burning the fingers, spoil ng the temper or soiling a dish towel when in haste to remove a boiling pot, open an oven door or take up a hot poker or...

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. — 29 February 1884

PL ls S- FERSOSAL A5DUTERAET. Frederick L. Ames is a director in fifty-two railway companies. Jay Gould in twenty-four and Hugh J. Jewek in twenty. N. Y. Herald. Dr. George Fordyce, the anatomist and chcmic.il lecturer, for twenty years lived on one meal a day. He had ex cellent health. Chicago Herald. American women owe a bow to the Bill-Mall Gazette, which says: "Amer ican girls have a deserved reputation for general courage above all their sis ters eiSewhere." - Irs. Frances Hodgson Burnett has not yet fully recovered from the severe il'ne-vs of last summer. Her youno- son is the editor, printer and publisher of au amateur paper in Washington. An Oswego gentleman recently paid the n neiy-sccoud annual subsciption of lus family to the. Xcw York Evening '. T.-ie subscription was originally ma:le by the grandfather of the present jia er. -Rev. Dr. John Hall, pastor of the Fifth Avciue Ire-bvterian Church in New Yo: k ( ity. is -aid to receive .$20. oiHi a 3 ear salary, beside a hous...

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. — 29 February 1884

r3?'- 'X. M. " t it'll a" 1l T.lZ-'H&t- mm SSSfc kSJ. N3 PH i 2t Nr ?sv M f --" 9' v-'- r. r: 9" r,-: li iv I & r, i gag. To tijKek r Not to X jack. The festive lynching party appean fust now to be all the rage. The' church festival, the sacred concert, the soiree musicale, the grave donation and the hilarion yarn social seem to be suffer ( ine an eclipse. Lyaohing bees are out mospeoting for victims in almost every state in tile Union and on every day in the week. This, of course, is but one of thoss 'popular crazes which sweep annually, like a tidal wave, over the Nation. It may die out as suddenly as the fifteen puzzle. If the wrong man is unavoid ably lynched at one of these playful nedttie socials, it is seldom discovered, '.At least not in time'to do the man any good. The principal Jn the affair gen- 'erally keeps still about it, and the others are unanimously reticent about th matter. Hanging by law is fast be coming the exception. The rule Is to lynch. With the largo...

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. — 7 March 1884

pgrvH ' ' 'SC . A- s&asrz 'r w i J 5 .3r - - . n .--v. ver-' - rf Red Cloud Chief. ?:?; t ;S "ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF LIBERTY," AND $1.80 A YEAR IS THE PRICE OF. THE CHIEF. ia VOL. XL RED CLOUD, WEBSTER COUNTY, NEB., FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1884. NO. 34 SHE 1 , X - . - - 'V ' " r- -, -V;-- I I M Bin 0 Mf I .fLT-Ar' T-r . ".mx'- ' - - " Ik. if The ; 4. RED CLOUD CHIEF EVERY FRIDAY 15 Y A. C. HOSMER. ' KATES OF ecBsaaiTios: Cs try. ne r. - - - f 1 50 0no copy, iik months. - "5. On. eopr. foir month. ... 50. Entered at the IWofflec In Rod Cloud as niat- t.r of the F-corid cli-s. COL'STY OFFICFJtS. John P. Bnyha, County Clerk. Chits. Bupchow. County Treasurer. Geo. O Yeiser. County Judge. 2. W. Warren, Sheriff. thas. W. Springer, Superintendent of Public Instruction. C. P. Kinker, County Surveyor. J.M. Mrceuft. County Coroner J. E. Smith. Jacob L. Miller, County Com. Jno. McCallutn ) Business PI recto ry . THE Leaiing llsery Ik T J. A. FOWLER, Propreitor. $T First door north of 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. — 7 March 1884

ra1 V v. - " $ THE RED CLOUD CHIEF i C. HOSMER, Publisher. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CURRENT COMMENT. Eionr men working in the Orrendorf coal mine at Morris, 111., recently heard :i rush of water; guessing what had. hap pened, they hurried to the shaft and were raised just as the mine tilled. The water came from an abandoned shaft. A St. Louis merchant recently re ceived a letter from a country customer who already owed him one hundred dol lars the following cool request: "I would be obligod if you would kindly invest for me tho amount of myindebt . edness in May oats." The Massachusetts Historical Society is preparing to bring out a volume of Judge Samuel Scwell's letters. Many of these are preserved, for the Puritan magistrate was one of the most system atic and methodical of men, and retain ed copies of most of the epistles he wrote. Ax ingenious thief at Temple, Tex., recently stole three shoes, all belonging lo the left foot, which a merchant had displayed in his store window. The r...

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. — 7 March 1884

"? -n ' "Ji'li . y W l in i V V. r THE EED CLOUD CHIEF. - - A. C. HOSMEB, PiSlislier. RED r-Lorn. - XI',,''AICA -4 r.ll'SE BY TIIE WAY. -J?.an' " stand upon the -spot w here, wlien u nor. I plareJ, PI?" "i'011 t'a'clian-iil -erne w Men pas-im-years have made, ua. sweet, sweet tim". what pain it lie er will oiiiiu again. WJ?at thouK I '"Ink or namo attained. or wealth and lame acbicviHl, -And avu myself: "Havel not von More than my hopes believed?" in. sweet, sweet time, what pain It tie er v ill come again. Ah. vain, how vHinl the heart will know No jojs like those or youth: And name and tame can ne'er restore ue fc0''1 once wu te witn truth. h sweet. STcrt time, what pain U x e'er wih come again. Fond viions of thoe other day Itito my memoir roll. And all their wealth or hope and lore l'our full acros my souL Oh. -ueet. sweet time, what pain It ne'er will come aguin. Ah, could I be a b.iy onec more Ileneath these azure skies. Where tlrst m infant teet were set And all my treasure l...

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. — 7 March 1884

S : ; j"--V , fir S?rV - '-' 'i'aa'jfewBww' fsKFffmssggsBmsssess ' f , 'mrjih' The Red Cloud Chief. RIEND! A.C. HOSMER, Proprietor FBIDAY. MAKCH 7. 1884. 30 I STFF ? J - . REPUBLICAN STATE CONTENTION. The Republican electors of the State of Nebras ka are invited to send delegates from the several counties to meet in convention at Lincoln, Thurs day, May l, at 7 JO o'clock p. m., for the purpose of selecting four (4) delegates at large to the na tional republican convention called to meet at Chicago, June 3d, 1684 for the purpose of plac ing In nomination candidates for president and vice-president of the United States. The several counties are entitled to represen tation as follows, being based on the vote cast for J. M. Hiatt, regent of the university, giving one delegate at large and one for every one hundred and fifty votes and the major fraction thereof. Adams 3 Kearney. 5 Antelone 6 Keith 1 Boone 6 Knox 6 Brown 5 Lancaster 21 Buffalo 9 Butler 8 Burt 9 Cass 13 Cedar 2 Cheyenne 2...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
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