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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 3 May 1877

Ga,V. K2.- r ?' ' -r" - K " ? s I?.7- fc, z h m fe y i k filZ f -r A s f r. -, &f 9 !i TBE BED CLOUD CHIEF. M. I THOMAS. Kdltar sad PreIrar BED LOUD, NEBRASKA. The Wblte-slMe LTer. Up to lcr chamber window A slight wlre-trellis goes, And up thisKoraeo's ladder Clambers a bold white rose. I lounge In the ilcx-ehadows; I pee the lady lean, Unclasping her silken girdle, The curtain folds between. 8hc smiles on her white-rose lover, She reaches out her hand, And helps him in at the window I see it where I stand. To her searletlipi she holds him, And kisses him many a time; Ah me I It was he that won her, Because he dared to climb ! Thomas B. Aldrich. "WHICH?" BY L. M. D. Most of people like to read of the mis fortunes of others, and for this reason 1 am tempted to relate a bit of my own experience. If, however, the reader should feel sufficient interest in my ac count to peruse it to the end, let me warn,h,tbathe will never know any thing more lhaiL what I choose to re late. In fact...

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. — 3 May 1877

'j?Hify..s. if -'msmtttm '.a; . . .i Kamamwj9e'. , r fev S F ' P! , , It ;i- ?-' & " X Spriag Style fa New Yark. Z Elegant dresses are shorn of their pockets. Large golden butterflies are again in vogue for the hair. Moonlight blue is a new color. --tS ?nd old e much U8i for evening dresses. Polonaises are profusely trimmed with bows. "Jiourettewis the fashionable woolen goods for traveling dresses. Blue in nearly all dress goods" still remains in favor. Many of the new polonaises and sacques close diagonally in frnnf Linen collars and cuffs continue fash ionable. vvW lKAVl umions are still used on both woolen and cotton dresses Dresses are very much draped. Embroidered waistcoats are worn with ladies' new Breton costumes. French foulards are increasing in favor. B Sea-side parasols will be made of bunting. Some of the new spring dresses have no flounoa, but are trimmed with folds of silk, or galloons. M Some equestriennes have adopted the f London style of riding habits-short, ...

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. — 3 May 1877

TjE-S-H.?. rt." . '?fc.f ; 4 SfeivJ--3-s - rcv . 1 K i. Jr u !'' K? ?N . 'sg &?. L VV3-, :: safe. Sa THE RED JH.OUD CHIEF - lateitf Oie copy 1 year. Oae cony 6 oath One copy 3 it raf-Kju-4F aralV SHweeaaeeee alr .50 jiaa!r dBs&gBi 3 !ofels. ? HiAft mm Juniata, Neb- OHO. KUDER - - Good Beds Good Meals, -tag. . PROP. f? Stable 17 5m Commercial Hotel. Rivcrton, Nebraska. W. W. Robinson, - - - Prop. Good beds, good fare and charge? reasonable. 'SSS tOTMeala at all hours.- 7he Farmers Restaurant, J. A. WTLLTAM8, Proprietor, Freighters aod others will find it to their interest toatronize this house. - Warm meals at all boars: Hastings Avenue, MAHTIHS HERB ABUT A. RED CLOUD FURNITURE -TOEE,- JA8. CALVERT, Proprietor. Deals extensively in all kinds of fur niture, such as Bureaus, Beadsteadi, Table. Chair, Mirroia, and in fact everything; to be feund in a first-class furniture store. - QIVE HIM A CALL. Red Cloud, - - - Ned. i 37 lyr SAM'L GARBER DEALEE III Dry Goods mnd Groceries. BO...

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. — 10 May 1877

ri r t - s -.J? --x . J. - -("i -fc. y-ssa - - A4itttU4mmmtf THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. i The Red Cloud Chief. rUIJUSHED EVF.UY THURSDAY AT BED CLQuD, 1TZBBA5ZA. ML. THOMAS, KUIter nud I'raprirlor. LrJ -lmi4f u Stiaf il w "JZlernal Vigilance is the price of Liberty." "4$2.00 ri yrir i. thr price f the lint Ctmttl Chief . - KED CLOUD. WEBSTER CO., SKIJKASKA, 1 HUKSDAY. MAY 10. IS77. NO 39. ' w ty VOL-IV. 55C?gtaE- 1 N v 9 7 T $2.00 per year, Inrariacljb Advaac. Subucrifceia who do not receive their pa per regularly, will confer a favor by notify ing tu of the fact at once. Correspondence Folicit-d from all pari of the County and Htatc, on inattcn ofccneial interest. Xi FSubfriberi' who findarol cron X in.thcd on he marcin of tln-ir ItaiH-ri1, ill know tlicr r ubTip kti'tn exirirer with the number- fullowirir. jtl thiv urt zutuoftvii to renew lit onrc. Ttiof e who find a blue cr' tr on th tr finpei? will kno that ther urc in arrears. iii.j a little money wou! i be acceptable to u. Oilicial ...

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. — 10 May 1877

.-. .cCrS'a." .5? j -W 1 &ikf ? W ?' 3-J6- THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. M. Jj. TOOMAS, E4ltar M4 Frprf mtmr. BED CLOUD, .1 NEBRASKA. The BtTa r Stata-la'tk-Saee, BT JTESRT W. IvOSOFSLLOW. Id thsi desolste Isnd anil lone, Where the Big Horn and Yellowstone Roar down their mountain pstb, By their flres the Sioux Chiefs Mattered their woes and grief, And the menace of their wrath. "Revenge!" cried Rain-in-the-Facc, "Revenge npon all the race Of the White Chief with jellow hair!" And the mountains dark and high From their crag re-echoed the cry Of his anger and despair. In the meadow, spreading wide By woodland and river side The Indian village stood; All was silent as a dream, Eave the rushing of the stream And the blue jay In thewood. In his war paint and his beads, Like a bison among the reeds, In ambush the Sitting Bull Lay with three thousand braves Crouched In the clefts and caves, Savage, unmerciful ! Into the fatal snare The White Chief with yellow hair And his three hundred men Das...

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. — 10 May 1877

-. ! h J IV A Tfce QBumgle Wsmf;le Mat. On the top of the Crumctty Tree The Quangle "Wangle eat; But his face yon could not see On account of hie beaver hat; For his hat was a hundred and two feet wide, "With riblons and bibbons on every aide, And bells, and buttons, and hooj6, and lace, So that nolKkly ever could eec the face 01 the Quangle "Wangle Quce. Tlie Quangle "Wangle said To himself, on the "Crumpetty Tree: "Jam, and Jelly, and bread Are the best food for me l But, the longer I live on this Crumpetty Tree, The plainer than ever it seems to me That very few people come this way, And that life on the whole is far from gay!" Said the Quangle Wangle Quee. But there camr to the Crumpetty Tree Mr. and Mrs. Canary; And they said : "Did you ever see Any spot as charmingly airy! May we build a nest by your lovely Hat! Mr. Quangle Wangle, grant us that. O please let us come and build a nest. Of whatever material suits you best, Mr. Quangle "Wangle Quce. And, besides, to the Crumpetty...

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. — 10 May 1877

.APi" R ! 5? v r t eft M K il - m THE RED CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Notice in thin Column 10 Cents a Line The "Millinery" war han commenc ed. Mrn. Lutz is ahead, w far. 39 Elder Maxwell has cone to Fairmont to look after his farm at that tdace. Charley Potter m cnt Monday night at his hoiuejstcad. Tally one. Mr. Richard-nnV office is rapidly approaching completion. Mr. B"ntly is improving the appear ance of hi.-- new house by putting a Ftoop in front. If any one feela ngricved thii wcelc, it if no ue t make a fuss, for the pa per is in the hands of the 'devil.' Head J. J- MillcrH card in another column. He is the "boss" carpenter of this section of countty. The Board of County Commission ers was in se.inn last Monday. There was not much business to transact. We hardly know which is most needed, the spirit or improvement, or the improvement in spirits. The State Sundnv School Conven tion meets at Omaha, June ."th. flih and 7th. Let our Sibbath School be represented. The sound of the...

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. — 17 May 1877

t SMBS"to - - VL&jjfir-. It "' r- ' "-!pr,. a - - K& A 1 THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. Cloud Ch i e p Red The published every tiiursdat at BED CLOTO, 172ESASZA. M L. THOMAS, l:6lfr find Prrlrlr. "Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty:' and $200 a year is the price of the lied Clintd Chief , . ' as iMadt tiai W KED CLOUD. WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, IIIUKSDAV. MAY 17, 1S77. NO !(). i r 4- i2.CC jir year, IsTarlaWyia Advarce. VOL. IV. Subscribers wbo do not receive their pa per regularly. HH confer a favor by notify ing us of the fact at once. rorrcspondenee solicit from all parts of the County and Stcti. tn matter of ;ncral latere U x SuWribere who nd a rel cri X marked on uie tinrcinj.J their papt-rs.wiu KIioi irrsifM:rip tion rxtiireji with the nffinbrr following, mid thry arc requester ;o reruw at onre. Thocwbo find a bIurcr.ron their papers will ku6w that th-y arc in Rircnr. anl a little inone would braccertabldline Officiul Director'. CONGRESSIONAL. A. S. Paddock. Heitrice. U. S. ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 17 May 1877

W1 4 I THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. M.L.THOMAM Editor. BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. THK CASE OF THE DOW TWINS. MMy notions about soul's influence on souls," said Dr. Richards, of Saturday Cove, to me one day last September, "are a little peculiar. I don't make a practice of giving 'em away to the folks around here. The Cove people hold that -when a doctor gets beyond jalap and rhubarb he's trespassing on the parson's property. Now it's a long road fiom jalap to soul, but I don't see why one -jian mightn't travel as well as another. Will you oblige me with a clam?" I obliged him with a clam. We were sitting together on the rocks, fishing for tomcod. Saturday Cove is a small watering place a few miles below Bel fast, on the west shore of Penobscot Bay. It apparently derives Its name from a belief, generally entered by the Covers, that this spot was the final and crowning achievement of the Creator before resting on the seventh day. The Cove village consists of a hotel, two churches, several stores, a...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 17 May 1877

r j i- Tlie Easter Qnestion and the War. Jhe causes of the trouble between Jjussia and Turkey are remote, and the many complications leading to existing difficulties cannot be easily understood without a close study of the political history of modern Europe, rrimarily "of a religious nature, what Is now generalized as the Eastern question "gradually became a political problem involving the existencof some nations. the commercial supremacy of others, and the success or defeat of distinctive national policies. The Christian Church was for many centuries a united body, with power centering at Home. "When Constantine iade Constantinople the capital of the woman Empire the bishop of the new capital became the rival of the Tioman Pqjjtiff, and aspired to exclusive do minion over the church. This led to a bitter quarrel, and finally to separation between the East and the West be t1t"gV?ii the Greeks and Latins. Constant inople remained the actual capital of th Itoman Empire and head of the...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 17 May 1877

-i?r fr'z ' H&m&ifrj H- fc J i i) r 'I . THE RED CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Not'cttin thu Column 10 Cents a I Ant It rain? almost every dj, .John Park's mother arrfred from Inwa Iabt Tucaday cvcninf Boqucts trill rood be to fashion. The Elm Creek mill baa commenced to grind com and feed. Several ladies called on the Chief this week. ... :Gad," of the Lincoln Journal, called on u one day last week. Mr. Williams of the Farmer's Res taurant, of Hasting, gave us a call last Tuetday. He came down to fish. We are adding new subcribcra to the Ciue? eahecriptioB ft almost every day, Mrs. A A. White, G. W. V. T., organized a Good Tcmplara lodge in thia village last Monday night At Omaha they have struck a three foot vein of coal, at a depth of 180 feet, so we arc informed. Mrs. Levi Moore has gone e.Agt on a visit and "Undo Levi" is keeping Bacli. We sympathize. Mr. W. II. Ludlow has plantod ten acres of forest trees on his place the present season. Go thou and do like wise. Mrs. Whi...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 24 May 1877

- I. 1 9 4 THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. A4tf?tM Cloud The Red Ptttff & i . ITIILISIIET) EVERY TIIURSnAT AT USD CLCTO, 27S22ASZA. nfff ran tied ML. THOMAS, gelllsr MHd Prrlr(4r. !- 4wtir i ?at rwfar S5J6 "Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty?' and $240 yrvrr is the price of the Rett Cltmd Ckirf Atl trsMarf RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1S77. VOL. IV. NO-II. be fwM he m ai I rs r tlOOpwyear, InTzn&bljim iiraaet. SubcriKci who dw wot receive their pa pers regularly, will confer a favor by notify iag as of the fact at once. Correspondence solicited from all parts of the Counts' and Bute, on matters of general interest. 'Subscribers who find a red ctm X narked on the xnsrrin of their papers, will know tier mijsenp HH3 exoires with tbe namber W following, a ad tbcy are reqaested to renew at once. Those wbo find a blue cn.es on their papers will know that they arc in arrears. I all a little money would be acceptable to as. Official Directory. C05QRISSI0VAL. A. S. ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 24 May 1877

r W.im i J """ ',"' "'"'" """ V- " '" :r l4fcp 4' . V.: ftr' i. -. -jc ' Vl & m. I g 4in ty- . .ru$T : m- .5 '. iS.feS jm Tt& w fe - ,31 Mft r A m$ &; r & fV Si f $rrv; -- x, r THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. X.LTHOXAH KdJter. "BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. The History of a Lawsuit IiivsJvias; a Tart of the City of New Ortoaas. A dispatch from New Orleans an nounces that Judge Billings, of the United States District Court at that place, has rendered a decision in the case of Mrs. Ifyra Clark Gaines who claims several millions of dollars' worth of property in that city, in favor of the claimant This is a phase of one of the longest and most interesting lawsuits in the annals of American jurispru dence. The history of the case Is briefly as follows: Mrs. Gaines is the widow of General Edmund Pendleton Gaines, and was born in New Orleans in 1805. Iler father, Daniel Clark, was bom in the County Sligo, Ireland, in 17C6and emigrating to New Orleans, inherited a considerable property from his...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 24 May 1877

r r : I M Our lUchen. bt k. enxEXAir smith. We are so rlcs r heart and I "We iearca cn count, tho' oft we try. The rations incomes trand and fair. In which we bold perpetaal snare, Onr happy fortune If tKjrun Each sora. when comes rfce jrraclossaan, FeattertajrsucB golden largest roaad. Earth seems at once enchanted ground. Then all the splendors of the night Are our, by lottg-estabilsed Tight: From silver moon and star-gemmed sky. For years on years, my heart and I r Have aattartaaajfeue , nfr ' That nougfittdold lessen orvdeJror. Then, too, we hare the world oTHtxrsti The aongs of birds In woodland towers; The summer winds that, svftaad lew,. Breathe secrett we delight to Know: And sunset clouds, and waring treer. And mltt-c.waeUUJM " V -?r These maByltrdkssfceCitrssftu odtrjri M This beauty smiling everywhere; This varied wealth of earth and ikj We freely claim-my heart and I. Then we hare riches greater still. That all our days with gladness fill Accei.ts that cheer and smiles t...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 24 May 1877

'& ' " ll- iiaiiiaaaawww - - r m W is,- f i 11 S." m THE RED CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Notice in this Column 10 Cent a I Ant A fbow in town lif-t night m Tli flowers arc in Auom "out on flic prairie " NcLrat&a ha 1 1 daily ; ly newspaper. ndll3week- Swcct potato the streets. plants are for tale ob Wc received a half ecribers last week. dotcu sew sub- M. K. Itenlley and family ftjoved into their new house. have Several teams passed through toira the other day enronte for Denver. A nrw i-chool house is hciaf built over m the Willson, Well'a diairict From all over the country we hear the most favorable reports concerning tho growing crop. A. J. Ilcnnecker is demonstrating to the public that he knows how to keep hotel. Give him a call. The Editorial Excursion started for Fait Lake this week. Sorry wo could Dot accompany them. Wc start this morning to Iowa. Mr 0. W. Springer will take editorial charge of the paper daring our ab sence. Mr. McOuno has over 100 acres of ground in c...

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. — 31 May 1877

-i ,-"'&'' A jjS Jk - - ' ww- AHrrlilaC Rati JHE RED CLOUD CHIEF. i j- . The Red a a" rrnuviiF.i) evhii v thursdaV at &Z2 CLOUD, Ii223A51"A. M L. THOMAS, fctflfer rh Prwprlttvr. Ln-J 4tTtl4nr it $! "Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty." nd $2.00 yer a the price uf the Red faud Chief. - - AC tJrst a.jyrfKraat at (). ,2. i P" & 4Taw. RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA. TIIUKSDAY. MAY 31, IS77. VOL. IV i Cloud Chief '4 ' f I U .00 per year, Xfiviriitty In Airasce. SubucribcjF who do not rreeirc their pa peri rrculnrlr. will conter a favor by notify fnr no of the fact at one. C'orrri'pondcnri- elicited from all part of "he County and Hutc, on matter of enteral jwtefwst. Y 'SuLcrilT wh findarad cr X iiurkrd mi lilt tnnrctn uf their paprr,wi!l know ibcrubcrip- ktion exmref with the nutuWrr p,jflrins. mid tbry are rtu-Me U renew unrc. Thoc who find a blue crit on tlifir tmvutf will know that they are in arrears. jyi I a little iimncy ' ould be acceptable Uu Oilicial Directo...

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. — 31 May 1877

SgB .A . . weiaasa1sSB9sssswaiawssiw'6 ' s Bnriir v ( 1 rea TBE BED CLOUD CHIEF. M. L. THOMAH. KSIftor. BED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. Sweet Ijorr. la Ieal. BT ALFRED AC8TIX. Sweet Love li dead; Where dull we bury bfm? In the green bed, With no stone at bla bead, Nor tears nor prayers to worry him. Do yon think be will sleep, Dreamless and quiet? Tea, if we keep Silence, nor weep O'er the grave where the ground-worms riot. By bis tomb let us part, Bat hush 1 be is waking ! He bath winged his dart, And bis mock cold heart With the woe of want is aching. Feign we no more Sweet Love lies breathless All we foreswore Be as before ! Death may die, but Love is deathless. Cornbill Magazine. AN IMPERIAL PRETENDER. Oaoof too KtnstMt Zpiaodos of Go: History Poraoaatlaa; Oao of too Saeeos sors of Charlemagne A Love 8cao Dmr lag the CEcaamealcal Coaaell of Coa staaee. ". "Did you ever see anything more hor ' riblethan the execution we witnessed to day ?" said a beautiful woman, dress ed in the costume of ...

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. — 31 May 1877

y -IS- - 3 . a. -a - ; 1 - '- I u " FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. 1 Grasp. ' An old physician tells us that alum and sugar make the most effective mix ture he has ever used in cases of croup. Powder a spoonful of the alum and mix with an equal quantity of fine su gar, and give in a sirup. Saris; Insects. A correspondent of the Canada Farmer writes: Melon and cucumber bugs like radisli leaves better than any other kind. I 'sow a few radisli seeds in each hill, and never lose a plant Earth-worms, cutworms, white grubs, and in fact, all soft-bodied worms, are easily driven out by salt sown broad csst. You can do no barm with ten bushels to the acre, but a half bushel is ample. Dry slacked lime is also effect ual. Potato bugs find their "ami" in Paris green one tablespoonf ul ; flour, ten spoonfuls; water, one bucket; mix and keep mixed, as the Paris green settles jjipply with a watering pot. Watering Horse. In regard to watering horses imme diately after a full feed of grain, a writer of...

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. — 31 May 1877

5S eeSSSSs--' r-iii-- xzxz- -Tt S-aSPfeCJ a- -" - gsssestssarsasK: fc I i V f L ' : THE RQ CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Notice in thu Column 10 Cent a Lint lUin. More rain. Mostly wind. Corn plowing. Weeds are thriving. Look out for your hat. Winter rye will soon he ripe. Plenty of water hut little soap. Now there arc no amount to anything. craHihoppers to W. N. Richardson stripped several carloads of hogs east, last week. We leain that candy is cheap at Garner's. McgTH. Gilliam and II. S. Kalcy are at Nelson this week attending court. The river has been rising for the pnst few day, and they catch fish at Bloomington. Two teams passed through town yestcrd:y morning, hound for Wash ington teiritory Hev Olmsted gave us a pleasant call this week. Sec his appointments in another column. We learn that Mr. Bea! lost a valu able hor.-e last Saturday. Just now seems a had time to lose a hrje. From all over the State comes the cry of failure of nod houses and dug I niK The late rains have soak...

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 June 1877

- tM fwi m , ,! m -L ut i-i -riTr J itnr HVOfT y Vi I 5 j - j'wiLim''wi hhwwt"'-' MtMl 1 1 1 Mmi i iaai aa -- m-iVimm ift.aa v i ala rrtl.lar aVaH THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. The Red Gloud Chief. ' rCBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BED CLOUD, 27ES2ASKA. M L. THOMAS, Editor awl Proprietor. LiVal aimtwN l PM I. " Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty" fi2.00 year is ike price mftke Red Ctud Chief . r;T ( mal RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO.. NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. JUNK 7, 1877. I2.C0 per year, laTariatty in Adnae. VOL. IV. J AI tiaai'im adiattWi NO- 4a " ,1 , , - i a 1 : 9 V f 1 A r i 'rt hi m?& I'ubfcriHcij' who do not receive their pa per? regularly, will confer a favor by notify ing Br of the fact at one. Correfpondene elicited from all part of the County and Bute, oa taatter of gwneral interest. Xi rSulcribe who lad red crow X m.irkrd n the marcin r tni-ir Iajx rx. will know ther ubcnp itiun expire with tbe number' following-, nnd t!ii?y are reoueMed to renew at (.Tire. Thoxc who find a blue crop o...

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