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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 18 January 1877

l l- I -I fjr r 'T THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. M. L. THOMAS. - - - Editor. TH1 ltbl'AY Jan. lath, 1H77. Satccof S-ibscriptien. One copy lyear, $2.00 One copy G months, 1.00 One copy 3 " .50 Correspondence solicited (rem all part o the County and Hutu, on mailers of gotiera intered. Ji I... . Olficial Directory. CONGKESSIONAL. A. S. Puddock. Beitrice. U. S. Senator. W. Hitchcock. Omaha, U. S. Senator. Ijorcnzo Crouiue. Reprenentative. EXECUTIVK. SILAS GARBER. Uov.rnor. Lincoln. HrumtTziichuek. Ste. of State. .15 Wwton. Linaoln, Auditor. J.C McBride. ., Trear Jo. II. Kibert. Atfy Ocrr. J. M. McKenile. Lincoln. Sap. Pub. InJtruc. JUDICIARY. flio. Tt. Like. Omaha. Chief. Tirtice. I vnl!Hntt.Nebr;i8kaCity. ,.,:..,. ju, HaiaT Maxwell. PIUinouth KOt,atc J ' WEUSTER COUNTY. J. A.Tulleys. County Clerk. M. If. J on eg. Trcajurrr. I. W. Tul.Vy' Probate .Tilde!, ft. IliH. Sheriff. J. S. Gilh m. School Siip't. ' C. C .on. Coroner. W K. Thorn, County Surveyor . H. J,U. ) 1.. II. I tiro. V J. Ji. Hobart....

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 1877

SEsfeSjfflSJ - v . Sseafc i CWWL..H r ft. E U .tW i . t THE RED CLOUD CHIEF WEBSTKK CO , NEBRASKA. LOCAL MATTERS. Notice in thi Cvhtmn 10 Ceutx n Linr 35 -- Arrival and l-pnrfur or 5;IIk Irtinl llit tcl 'lnal I' . Uahtinos Leaves Monday'. Wednesday'.- and Friday 7 a in. Mail closed 9 p. in. .AirlveP Tues-duj-Thursday and Saturday'. 7 p. m. llAI:VAKI LeavcF Toewlnv'p and Kriday'- G p m. arrive? Tue-day nd Friday V ."ii p. tu. Mail closed W p. ui. "r.AKKLl.v, going cast, Monday'; and Thursday' K 2 p. tn. Going wcm TBehday' and Friday's 10 a. in. Pi.kasant IIll.L Icav Thursday? f u. in. Airive Wednesday's p.m. gZl clu.-ed 9 p. in. Jkwkli.. Kativafi. arrives Friday' 12 in. 1cavci. Friday 1 p. iu. Jt'.'Kr-KL, 12 a. in Warm ycsU-rday. Renew your ub"cripti n. n.i ii i Sheror has some nice toilet eoap. Sorcral prairie scboonerb in tc-n ye.-teidny. Kcmrmbcr the hall, at the tlar hall on the 22ond of Feb. A lady will explain Scriptural .eene nt the exhibition, Saturday night. Ladies if you wo...

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 1877

H f. .? 19TT. Wboll rr" for sold this crowded meet, hondre 1 years to come? tioll tted yon church with willing ; A hundred year to com ? Pal, trembling gr and fler y youth. And childhood, with hi brow of truth. The rich, the poor, on lard, on tea, Where will the mighty millions be, A hundred yean to comer We all within our graves r.hall sleep, A hundred years to come; If o Jlvlnjr soul for n will weep, A hundred yean to come. not other men our land will till. And others then our streets will 311, And other Mrds will sins at Ray. And bright the sunshine as to-day, A hundred years to coma. BARRY HALL'S CHRISTMAS. uy xellii: imowjf. It was the night before Christmas, and little Harry Hall, as he Bat eating liia coarse bread and milk, looked up into his mother's care-worn face, and said: Mother, shall I get any presents, to morrow, do you think V Mrs. Hall was a widow, whose hus band had been dead several years, and who, dying, had left her nothing but the little house in which she live...

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 1877

rT -scab's ,5 1 ' ' THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. Advertising? Rate The Red oud Chief. i rUBLIJlHED WEEKLT AT iH. r - v RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA ! i i W S 4 1 to a tilitim M. L, TH031AS, VOLUME IV RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, TH AY, JANUARY 25, 1577 NUMBER 35. i4. 3 f 4 Kdltor and Proprietor. fl n t4 mil, 4 - & "X C mA f 1 Hi 1 FOKKIGX NEWS. A dispatch from Constantinople of Jan. 4th says: The apprehensions of a rupture are diminishing. It stems probable from the more conciliatory feeling prevalent, ilie Porte will not riject the projwwals of the Powers. The plenipotentiaries seem disposed to m?ke slight concessions A dispatch from Madrid announces that an extra dition treaty between Spain and the United States has been concluded. The treaty sjcifies twenty-six offenses for which jKjrsons accused may be sur rendered, and is the most comprehen sive that has yet been entered into by the United States. M Berlin dispatch says Russia in tends after the final rupture of nego tiations to ask the powers for ...

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 1877

- THE REO CLOUD CHIEF. Ji. L. THOMAS, - Editor. THURSDAY ' Jan. 25th, 1877 Satttof Subscription. One copy 1 year, $2.00 One copy C months, 1. 00 One copy 3 " 50 "orrwr n-lence solicited from all parU o thr County and Htate, on waiters of gtnera intermit. OiRcial Directory. C0NQRB8SI0NAL. A. S. Padd -clc. Beatrice. U. S. Senator. W. Hitchcock. Oiuaba, U. 8. Senator. Lorenzo Crounse. Representative. EXECUTIVE. SILAS OARBKIt. Oovornor. Lincoln. Hr-inoTischuck. See. of State. J. M Weston. Lincoln, Auditor. J.C. McKride. Treasurer. . H. Roberti, Atty tJens J . 31. McKenzie. Lineoln. Sap. Pab. Instruc. JUDICIARY. Jo. H. Like. Omaha. Chief Jistice. Din'IOaritt. Nebraska City.) ... - , . HauTJ Maxwell. Pl-temouth A"oc,al JaB- WEUSTER COC.VTY. County "Iirk. Treasurer. Probate Judge. Sheriff. School Sup't. Coroner. s Covntr Surveyor 'County Cointaisaioner. J. A. Tulleyi, E. !F. Jones. I. W.TuIleyi. H. C. mil. A. A. Pape. C. C. Coon. W. B. Thorn, 5. W. IUI1. ) T.. II. Luce, r J. II. IlobarU I ...

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 1877

-i-SCSC,. 'Cm "VERv- . I. i ? 1 THE RED CLOUD CHIEF WEBSTKR CO . NEBRASKA. LOCAL MATTERS. Notice in this Column 10 CmU a Line Thawing to day. P. A. Williams, of Rifcrton in the happy father of a nine pound boy. Arrlvnl n1 nrpnrtarr of Kail fiem fh krd Ootid I'.O. IIaktinob Leaves Monday WednrsdnvV and Friday 7 am. Mail clofif.'d 'J p. in. Ai rives Tues day Thursday and Saturday' 7 p. m. Harvard Leares Tuesday's and Frldiv'- 0 p. in. arrives Tuesday' c and Friday's 5J p. m. Mail closed L p. m. Fha.vki.in, goinc eat, Monday's ntid Thursday's- 2 p. in. Going wet Tuesday' and Friday's 10 a in. VhT.AAU? Hll.L leave- Thursday? 6 a. in. Arrives w ednesuay a 4 p. ui. Mail closed 'J p. ui. Jewell. Kanao. arrive? Friday's 12 in. Leaven Friday 1 p. m. Rl'Hs-F.l., Kansas, arrives Thursday's 12 a. m. leaves Thurdaj- 1 p. m Office open from 4 untill C p. m. Sunday. All registered matter mut he in the evening before the mails leave. M. B. McNrrr, P. M. church iiKCcrrKY. There will be two dances in...

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 1877

I i i M BTOL I TRE VI.90K. BT LtZI CLCC IlAROr. la the primitive, days of oer jtrandfa hera time. When the fire-place, genial and orient, Ita cavernous rccestes glowing with flame. Filled the o)d-faliloned kitchen with Punt; Tney used orteu to gather at dote of the day, Ronnd the hearth stone, that altar of yore. But men of this modern and rlorlfltd age. Collect rouad-a bale In the floor. The grandfather tat in the chimney nook. i. In an old fashioned spllnt-lottomed chair. And aolemnly read from thr bleated old Hook, Then knelt with the household In prayer; Their altar the llme-honortd hearth-atone wi:b ajlearna Of the flre-Hnht flickering o'er. V modernt an worship 'n'ath fresco and gas. Our altar a bole In the floor. When from the old brartb-itone the children went forth To Join In the soul-thrllllng atrlfe And wlo therr.slves laurels or valiantly brave The buffeting urge t lite. Then with world-vtarled hearts yearning aadly for reat. They wonld seek the old hearth-Hone once more...

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 1877

-- -gSgjftSBKT TI1E RED CLOUD CHIEF. Advertising Kate The Red Cloud Chief. WtaMA. Mw rnnLisnEij wkeklt at I- RED SLOUD, NEBRASKA ' fc nm Wk " f ft' at mi 11 '' M, L. THOMAS. VOLUME IV. RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1577 NUMBER 3G. ICditur fcutl l'Tojirletor. -JMtf .- v imm aiiwt m I McatM . It? J Ft"-! MSf m ' i A Serin on to Girl on Cookinjr. Cooking classes have leen popular among fashionable young ladies of late years. Hut there is no cooking clash which quite equals in its opjort..nitY for excellent in format i en that v. hen you may Unci at home. Pu-sumwij' thai I am talking to a girl who ha- jus: left school, I :iuiif 3011 to make u ol yourleisui'in akiutr lsoni from voui mother. 'J )iei-1 an ahsolut -pl nr'id feeling of iiidpei.duee in knowing how to make peri ectly light, swet substan tial bread. Then try your hand at bis cuits, muilins, com bread, toast and all the different forms into which bread stuffs may be blended. Toast seems a simple thing enough, but it...

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 1877

: - Vjv -5 - rr f i, "fjiii't V. ' if Ei- W J 1. A-J THE RED CLOUD CHIE lhcfamou-.;oiiipromi.e bill finally ; lrOIHIZlUlJlXldrCLdX. ; passed Hie rscnnlc A to wno H l re? 1 i "'7iimo t. ... ,. idem elect will lit d. csded by four of j -- - the Mipreme .Ju Le- w,i will i-noo-e j 'IHCP.SDAY Kb. 1st, jyTT. -afirih man Ui.lv one democratic i a - i - - - - . se:iator'vot-d against the bill, and t ! treat exciicuiPHt wan incident to the. , ! ,i i i ir ' the ' all night se-ion. Many icpuhlioin-i ' are against the bi'l. hut the drmociat.- SUI.l WATKJl. V. January l!V, 177 j I'll CllTE' - Sir, lhifik.n,' that a few iiii? frati-Snl! water wmki be ai LEGAL XOTICE." Miry K8en taw. plstaiii again: KmiiV M. Law. friidait. N.imj- t- Katik M. Lw. iron r--?fitt detVwi nit . V- ire hntshy no 1.5 tl tlist tli-e s nt file in th See vt the GJtk iftb" I 'firm Catt l--l- MOVERY & FARRELL. k i j- . rw.K -rmo s3 per.- H if t , uj IiION oiTei t)inutfKre a-JtM4 far tim elier ftf t tar prfer; or iwma ri0as ...

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 1877

-,. . : r--"- ,,- in. fk H? rii "LHE RED CLOUD CHIEF1 .. WKBSTF.U CO . NKHItA.-KA. local mattkks. j ' . 'i f'tnuvm Hi f i ; A' Arrivnl riritl lrpn rltiri of ."Unlls ' Irwin lli It-il 'Ioit l. IIatinj Leaves Monday'-J Wedne-da- and Fiiday 7 a m- Mail eb.j-cd (J p. in. Aiiive.Tue da Thiiir-day and aturday'i-T i u:. i7aK AI.I L'ave Tue-dav. and Fiidsn- 0 p. m. armes Tue-day'- . 1 I' : 1 ... r. 1 . ... M..:i -.1. ...I hi.ii rnuny h .J2 p. in. -Mai, citui-u M p. in. 'J p. in Fkankun, guinsr oa-t, Monday'.- mm i inir.-i:n; .. s p. in. initiirwe-i I iK'Mijiy s, and iTiday .- 10 a. III f .. . J I.KAP.NT llil.i. leaver 1 ImrMlay- 0 ' ; '. '.""' i , a. in. Aiuve.- V. eJticMl;y -i p. m. Mail ch.-cd 0 p. in. ...i .i.... . f IKWKI.I. K:ina, aiiires Friday V 12 in. Liave.s Kiiday 1 p. m. IirK5.Kl., Kaunas, arrive-Tbur-day'.s '2 a. :n. Leaves Thursday 1 p. m Office open from A uutill 0 p. in. rsiiimayp. . ' fAII iem.-teieJ matter mu-t lie in Le evening before the mails leave M. I!. MoNirr. '. M. -...

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 1877

4 I I for g n ri t? i: JR " B . ij vl; TBI HETKV AOKN. T. At Two. lbs It a tiny late. And Joy the scarcely knowt frcra torrowj She tsaree conmltt l.er looklng-gUtt. Sue bu no thought of tad to-morrow: II. At Four, the 1 a me try maid. And looks on nauzbt Sut pity at folly; be cant believe bright flowen fade That only ittdait It ber dully, in. At Eight, her troubles ccme In icoret, Por oft the la perverts and haughty; A pouting put in plnaforet Wbo'a umetlmet whipped when the It naughty! rooms above, with sunny windows, in which, he said, her lillies and rosea could but grow. "Shall I take them, and we be married at once?" he asked. "Xo'said Barbara ; "something miht happen let us wait. You'd have to borrow the money, and I could not sleep with an unpaid debt." "Yes," said Fred, "there's a risk. But it was such a good stand, and my heart ran away with me. I said to myself fa 1825 the most Western military post was Fort Osage, in Jackson county. Mo., and the wilderness stretched from ...

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 February 1877

.,. iiiiijiii f itmmmimmmm4!$ . " Adverthsinir llatos IDE RED CLOUD CU1EF. The Red otjd Chief. y.if. - crt FunLUiirnn weekly at af RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA . t ? Hat t . M, L, THOMAS. SDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1S77 NU.MBKR.iT. . i fnw rjr VOLUME IV. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, ! tfct, V HV Itillt'ir unci I'rojiriclor. m f T, i I4MMHMMV tk nMMMC . mr W m i- ,' A Itocued (Jirl. Cuptlrn of llir. Sioux for Nine Yar A ICo iiiatice In Ileal Life. Yesterday afternoon a yotiHg girl aged about seventeen years arriveel at the Union Depot by Chicago exprejy, on lier way to relatives at Lockport. Her name is Lizzie Smith, and she has been captive to a tribe of theSioux who live north of the Ulack Hills, for nearly nine years. Her father resided in Phila delphia and was engaged in a dry goods store. She and other members of the family were visiting in Western Iowa, when the Sioux raided the place, cap turing her and others and killing her little brother. She was taken to their hunting grounds and was, she says, tre...

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 February 1877

J THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. M. L. 1 NOMAS, - - Ki-nou Till KSl'AY Feb 8h, l7T. Eat scf Sutrxription. Onocpj 1 'eir $2.00 One mpy ( months,... LOO Olc-i'opv .'I ................. .."'J "irrfwrn1rnr jitiliri'j'J frntn Jilt iart the iMt'tyand Slate, on u at vt of k -uera J U.' it. Oilicial Director'. COXGICE.SWOKAI.. A.S. "Id ck I'.Piiriff. U. S. eriatr V. Hitchcock. Omaha. U. 5. Senator. L renzo Crounfe. lieprercntati".. KXI'CUTIVK. Sn.S;.VRni:U. (Jor.rr. Lincoln HrunoTwchuek. Sued State. J. IS We tan. Linsoln. r Auditor. J. C. M-sHride. ., Troau.rcr. H'i. II. IlibcrH. Att'y .i-n. .1. M.McKenzte. Lincoln. Sup. Tub li.struc. JUDIO.AUY. cn. Tl. Like. Omaha. CliicfJiKticc. DanM-'antt. Nebraska Citr.. .,:., j... Han.'l Maxwell. I'latsiniiuih J Arioc,atc JuB- VK:'.5TKU COUNTY. J. i. Tulley. K. II. J.,nc. I. V. T'llloy. II. C. V. II. A. A. I'p". C. C. C. on. W ':. Thorn. . . lull. ) 1. II. L'ic. .1. JI li.ibart. I County Crtk. Treasurer. Probate Juiljf. Sheriff. School Siip't. foroner. County Su...

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 February 1877

asss5 "TTTr-tufi--ijnnr-;ii fi imijuiiyjjn mm m I Kj "KS?eS5sw-' J -f w if n ti i ! 4 S i I i IJ 71 THE RED4CLOUD CHIEF v ir WEBSTER CO . NKIHIASKA. LOCAL MATTERS. XnttCf hi this CnlvintH) Cent a Line ArrlvM nt! Itppnrlurr oT 9iai: from ttif It-il Court P. . UaTJNOR IjCBVcs Monday' Wi'dn"dav and Friday 7 a m. Mail closed 9 ji. m. Ariivcs Tucs duy Thursday and Saturday'.-7 p. m. Harvard Leaves Tue-day's and FridajVfip "' arrives Tuc-day'- and Friday' 5 p. m. Mail closed ij p. in. 2'kankmn, gnin? cast, Monday's and Thur-dayV 2 r. Ooin? wot Tue.-day'.- and Friday'.- 10 a in 'Tl.KASANT IIlI.I. leave Thursday. n. m Arrive- Wednesday'! 4 p. m. Mail lo-ed i p. in. Jkwki.L. Kansas arrive Friday' III in. leaves Friday 1 p. in. RrssKI., Ian-a-, nriives Tlmr-day's 12 a.m. L:aver Thur-day 1 p. in Office of ie from 4 untiil C p. di. Sunday. All n-iri-ti'M'd matter mu-t be in the evening l fore the mail.- leave M. 15. McNm, V. M. en tmcM, 1 " k" " ur. -k- W tiSroilSWVnoNAL HUTRCH Sevie.s tycry fi...

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 February 1877

h ir. If yon were a llla-e beauty And I the Prince's son, I'd ride to your vine-clad cottars PMt the gotilrs as tbey pun. My steed should be housed with Teltet And my cloak of Atlas fori. My plume be clasped with a diamond And I'd weir the golden ipurs. I wonld If rt yon to my -.addle-bow And tet yu on my milk-whit. teed. And kiss the doubtlntr from yonr eyelid. And whleper yon I lOTed Indeed. Then, with yonr -mill white arms around me. We'd ride away toRethcr merrily; We'd pats by tte jroalpt at their spinning. And ride to my cattle by the tea. And the j-onlpt ana my Ialy-mother now scandalized they'd be -New Tork World. FARM, GARDEN AM) HOUSEHOLD Tree Planting. A corrrspondent in Livingston, Illi nois, reports that the planting of trees in groves and shelter-belts, and for ornamental purposes, has become very general in that county. Ten years ago fl.1 per cent of the area of the county was treeless; but, now, a farm without a grove is an exception to the general rule. JJlack walnu...

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 February 1877

S,C3sBtnrf"fts lS a j? i THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. Advertising- Ha ten w ht The Red Cloud Chief. FUBLISIIKD WEEKLY AT Mw . f . . Js4.3 RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA M, L. THOMAS, VOLUME IV. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1.'., 1S77 -K5SXww ' &it. r4, ?? t ?& rtjUL l n rmtetvmrmi f rfht. aJ n ctvt f U o enfrrrt5 tT tie 0mUaa la (V;Tt-, I NU.MBi:u:;s. Kdltu r and J'roprtrlor. f ' r 9 l l bif Is I iu Tlic Indian Girl and Her 3IeHsenger Illrd. Once upon a time, there was an In dian wlio lived In a big woods on the banks of a beautiful river, and be did nothing all day long but catch fish and bunt wild deer. "Well, this Indian had two lovely little daughters, and he named one Sunbeam, because sho was so bright and cheerful, and the other he called Starlight, because, he said, her sweet eyes twinkled like the stars. Sunbeam and Starlight were as gay as buttei flies, and as busy as bees, from morning till night. They ran races under the shady trees, made bouquets of wild flowers, swung o...

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 February 1877

w? it s li If. L 7 V? u THE REO CLOUD CHIEF. Jl. L. THOMAS, - - . Editor THVhVdaY Feb 15 h, 177. Bates sf Subscription. One copy 1 30:1 r, J 2.00 Ot-r.opy0 months, 1.00 tliiftcopy 3 " 50 "oiTpnndfnee solicited from all parti o the County and State, nn u.at erf of gwiera iitrc"t. OJKcial Directory. CONGRESSIONAL. A. S. Padd-ck. Heitrice. C. S. enater W. Hitchcock, Omaha. U. S. Senator. I.orenso Crounse. RreenUtivc. KXECUTTVB. MUSGARBBK. Ov-roor. Lincoln. ItrinoTcirhitck. See. of State. J. Ii it'efn. Lineolisv Auditor. J.O. Mjllride. .. Treasurer. u. II. lUbert. Att'y tien. J. M. McKeozie. Lincoln. Sup. Pub Initruc. JUDIC.ARY. 'lea. B. Like. Omaha, Chief Ji'ticc. D 111M OanU. Nebraska f 'ity. . - . j HaiaM Maxwell. INtinouth J A,0CiateJ Ui WEttSTEIt COl'NTY. J. A.TulIeyg. County Orrk K r. tone. I. .V. rulleys. II. i" Hill. A. .Poio, C C. Coon. W K.TWn, '. W Ilitl. ) Is. II. Lu-i. V J. il. ilo'iart. I Treasurer. Probate Judge. Sheriff. School Hup't. iVirim'T. f'otinty Surveyor County f...

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 February 1877

"""i&ei&rS-- SgfJ'TSxaissaiHKt.-ifi, 'ry . m mmnuaSffSi ' --iJM-V .i. i f f 14 if I 4 THE RED CLCUD CHIEF "'EP.STKR CO . KKRKASKA. LOCAL MATTERS. Xnltcfin thi Column li) Cmt n Lint Arrlvnl itnrt ItfpartMrr of Mll from Cite Itrd I'lifirf I. O. Uastinos Leaves Monday' Wediu'j-dav's and Friday 7 a ni. Mail closed 9 p. ni. Strive? Tues day Thun-day and Saturday'. 7 p. in. II a it v Ann Leaves Tue.-day's and Kridav'h f, p. hi. arrives Tuesday's tnd Friday" n 5 J p. m. Mail closed b p. in. RFr.anki.in, cninsr east, Monday's 3nd Thursday's 2 p. in. (JoineweM Tuef-day'n and Friday'. 10 a. in. Plkasant Hii.i. leave.- Thurwlays G ma. in. Arrive Wednesday's 4 p. in. Mail clo!-ed 0 p. in. Jlwki.i.. Kansas arrive? Friday'p 'l ui. Ii'nvcn Friday 1 p. m. ifrssKi., Kansas arrive Thursday's VI a. in. leaves Thursday I p. in Office open from 1 untiil G p. ui. Sunday?. All rejrirtercd matter tnut he in the evening hefore the mails leave. M. U. MrNirr. I M. ciirtM'ii 2iuKroitv. cun(.;iK;ati()N....

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 February 1877

I THE ateVXTAIX UPKLL. BT CILIA TJtAXTBB. Like huge wavs. petrified against the ikr. The solemn hllli are heaved; by shadow kissed. Or noftljr touched ay delicate light, they 11 Melting In sapphire and la anethyit. The thronging mountains, crowding all the scene. Are like the long swell of an angry sea. Tremendous surging tumult that has been Smitten to awful silence suddenly. The neater slopes with antamn glory blaze. Garnet and ruby, topaz amber, gold; Up through the unlet air the thin smoke strays from many a lonely homestead, brown and old. The scattered cattle graze in pastures bare. The brooks sing unconcerned beside the way. Belated crickets chirp, while still and fair Vies Into sunset peace the golden day. And toward the valley, where the little town Beckons with twinkling lights, that gleam below Like bright and Men ly eyes, we loiter down. And find our shelter and our fireside glow. Jlut while the gay hours pars with laugh and Jett, And all U radiant warmth and Joy once mo...

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. — 22 February 1877

frvZJvJi 4 THE RED CLODD CHIEF. Advertising Ifcites w 4 4 The Red Cloud Chief. FUHL18HKD WEEELT AT - t rw , f w RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA yer Sw Mfc r. t" ' -t M k Wt I -M, L, THOMAS, VOLUME IV. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1S77 NUMBER 20. Kdttor xnd I'rnprlrtor. tt ii n lug nm ' i ttn i mil y u4 t t P V fl 91 .1 St ranee Presentiment, T "Which a Mn Miiln Mirucn lotm K rrM from Two KallroMil .Accifltnila A Kc-imrkithln Story. We have come into iKissession of some very hi uvular facts in relation to the miraculous eseaje of a IJellevue man in two railroad accidents one of them the recent Ashtabula horror. The gentleman referred to is a Mr. Freese, and the truth of the story is vouched for by some of the best jeople in Huron and Sandusky counties. Jt is said by those who know him that his reputa tion for veracity is unquestioned. Several years ago Mr. Freese and his entire family wife and two children went from Bellevue to a village in Pennsylvania to "visit some relatives. A...

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