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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 16 August 1877

ci-3 Pr'"? ftsSjfct. W iss. ; r"9R v ' - J, 3- -. ' f" -j.fr- ..-ex . te v 1 . ... - - t -!j0ttiWIMIMMMHMMMHBflMHHMMHattMWflHBHBMMBIMHHMflBM EMHBHBsVjratMHHHHlHHfflHH - - Ttf ' - - ' L v i ? i If THE RLD CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. ffnticfsin this Column 10 Cents a Line Poetical (JfiisiwiS not desired. Hot! Nights arc cool. Give us a nL Take the Ulutf And rfouil a copy east. It .-till continue w;trtu. locals arc .icaice thi.- week. Now is the time to sub.-cribc. . - Mclon7Tvvc xuac tnc'r appearance . - - . in town. it Dr. bnnthol duiae lioek v.imu. town yc-terday. Kichai d-on's new building will soon f- be completed. Baum's old corn crib traveled up through town yesterday, on trucks. S. Garber and Ed. Smith aro still rusticating at the Hot Spring, Arkan sas. The Smith Co. Pioneer, and the Kerwin C i f. of Kan-as, havcfoiuicd a mutual admiration society. We learn that the basket meeting lieiu l'it Sabbath in the grove on the. river was a very enjoyable affair. Wc understand that Mis I...

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. — 23 August 1877

,?v y THE RED CLOUD Clf-0UD CH,EF- Chi The i O L'ai. ind tH He made known Off ftpbeatiwu. o biK.n! adverti-tns: at Statute rat: i AH tras-icnt adverttcttichts mui i-f p.id lor in advance LOUD irnusiiEu ever V Tiirasi. r at BED CLOUD, NSSSASKA. t I M-L. THOMAS, Editor mill lrrietor. "Eternal Vigilance is ike. price of Liberty ," 7ttK2.G3 wr ?"s the price nf the li'-rl (Imal Chief. REDCLOl'D.WEIWTKIUU, Nf:i5!iAKA. THURSDAY. AUGTST 23. IS77. 2.CC rer jsar, Invariably in Advar: VOL- V. N ()." 9 3 f T3STT3K3eiKr '1 ( " iV v s Fubicrile'.- who do mil receive their pt Jifr rcculariv. vi I tv.-itrr ; !j.-. : l n ' - lr.K us of the liiet at ni''C t'oTTt.tiilrncv 'ii'-iieJ fruUi aii iart-f tho County and Sut,, & u.uVi r- o." ..-.jjer.il laU-re.-t. 7; mo case arc ?rr rf.qmnsiMc for the vinns 'irojtiulfrtis oj air v.nrri-xpoudvnt. He do vol pvJtli!i mtmitfmmts fah'rr.s rind con viUiiicntion:;. Alicap give your nmitf. Locil iKticf" tn irt&vri ittsrr'inn. must h Jxind'd hi t; early (is Wi...

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. — 23 August 1877

s ? J. 4 V Sv v: JMMM""""""""""""""" I "M ) & in Sf n c:7 , iu veV ts . 8p& "- A i." n Herd 1 TBE RED CLOUD CHIEF. M.LTHOMAK Editor. KED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. At Croquet. How I rae je dij-1 pUyea croquet With charming Mabel Grav; AJiT she was so fair with her yellow hair. And eves that Sished ay way, I softly swore lover's oath That rrne love's vows should bind us both. So at her I gazed and as one dazed I wandered through the game; When she neared the staVe my heart did fjuake. And then, to hide my shame, I moved my ball; she saw this feat. And quickly sali. "atop, sir' yon cheat'" As she saw my trick I turned hean-j.ck, Yrt boldly hell my ground. And with haughty price the charge denied; Then, with a loo of profound. She said- "Well, then, sr. hare your way; I saw you move your ball. Good day." Then sway she turned, as though she spurned Me a cheat and liar; And I curseJ the game, consuxed with shame. And my heart was nlled with Ire. Sa I lost my lore because I strayed From dut...

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. — 23 August 1877

M ; i i jjfice ice of Wales, THE RED CLOUD CjCLy e-a the stage. She was of a 1 jkonuiifCatholic family named Saiythe; of irreproachable character, consider able beauty, and a very amiable dispo sition. At the time of her first acquain tance with the Prince of Wales she was a young widow, sincerely attached to her religion, and not likely to change it for worldly advancement. In 17S4, the Prince, then under 2", fell desper ately in love with her. lie was not at that time Prince Regent By the laws of England, he could not contract a r a tit marriage without the consent of Parli amenr,and he could not marry alloman Catholic without forfeiting his right to the crown. To avoid the Prince's im portunities, Mrs. Fitzheibert retired to the Continent and remained abroad a year. lie wrote to her constantly, asd in December, 175, she returned to Lon don and consented to marry him. The Prince, to the great dissatisfaction of his father, King George II I., had attach ed himself personally siEd p...

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. — 23 August 1877

; MwL --. - f "Si ? 1 -V 'iti !? 4? c f, V f r i "fit - - THE RED CLOUD CHIEF .. LOCAL MATTERS. Noticexin this Column 10 Cfcar te Take the Chitf. And send a copy east. Bring !n your job work, we are pre pared to attend to it for you. . "Uncle Sam" will return from Ar kansas, in about two weeks. We liae been having some deleht- fully cool weather for tlie last few dajs. . Melon? are becoming plenty in town, and the doctors are consequently Iiap- py. We were the recipients of some very nice potatoes, from our farm this week. Sketches of the life of D. L. Moody will be given at the schopl j house next SnIiy evening'. i m Is it in accordance with the eter jUal fitness of things, that we .should forever financialy ' busted?" rVXwioV Wicrifino Krntlinf in nttt- VUIUI"-i 'f-f-""-, "" WUUI "Satan," brought to out office the fret warter melons of the season. Services vjll ennrrnence on- the camp eround next Saturday at ten ani i A. M. also on Sunday at the same hour. We never knew that Jack ...

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. — 30 August 1877

zs s .",r " -- jp V . Li fcL . . -- V i sir i X '( Is U i :x. a w$ n n iv ix Ii t -; THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. Published every Thursday at SSfi CLOUS, tfEBSASZA. M L.THOMAS, fUUloritutf Projtrifiur. 2.00 per year, Invariably in Advance. Sub.ocrihets who 1)9 not receive their in w fers" rcRuIitrly. will confer a favor by uoti.'y m tng us of the f net at oncs. Correspondence policttod from all pnrtof ?o case are ice retpmtsiblc far the v.rtcs nr opinions tif our correspondents. We. do vol publish anonymous hlteix and- ton municatitms. Affray jive your name. Local notice, to insure insntion fnusthchande.d in ascailyas Wed. iiftfny nmru in a. Official Directory. CONGHKSSIONAL. AW qIi ?e?rice- U-s- Senator Airin Senmltnr. Oteaha, U. S. Senator Wenzc Cronn.c. Rcpt-nUttY KXEfiTTTTVK ?V..T"chuc,k. , See. 0 Slate. j: c. SfifiSi L,no,'ln- T j- U00.IJ j.lUhrt, Au-yUcn: J. Al. McKonne. Lincoln. Sup. Pub Inntruc. JUDICIARY. 0.11. Lifce.Onraha. Chief JiFtice Dan'I Uantt. Nebraska City, . . . ' ' Haio'...

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. — 30 August 1877

J- t. s - wnEttW' V2 THE EED CLOUD CHIEF. M.L.TUOMAS Editor. RED CLOUD, XE Bit ASK A. Look at Both Sides. The course suggested by this journal hist week is substantially the same as that adopted by most of our railway companies in meeting the demands of their striking employes. "While refus ing to accept terms dictated in the midst of riot and anarchy, and demand ing that their men sever themselves from connection with the lawless rab ble, they at the same time gave assur ances that when peace was restored they would fairly and fully consider all grievances presented, and do all that they were able to relieve them. In many cases this attitude averted threatened strikes, and in others, by appealing to the good sense and trusting to the hon or of the men, it induced those who had been led into a strike to resume their occupations, trusting in the justice of their cause. We are sure that this mu tual confidence will prove not to have been misplaced, and we call upon rail way managers n...

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. — 30 August 1877

FjvV5IJs7 Ztemxzsm' ; . -w 1 "i 4 i r- I T i el - IJbch on ji Ilea nl if ul irl. All golden Is lier tIi-rIii head, i Her cheek a bloomy rose; Carnation" bright the fluttering rel That o'er It softly flora; Kut neither gem nor floweret vies With that clear wuinler of her cj es. But twice hath hue like theirs been given To be huheM or me. And once 'twas In the twl'ight heaven. Once In the summer sea; A yearnlne gladness thence wis born, A dream delightful nrt rortoru. For once In heaven a slng.e star Lay In a light unknown A tender tint, more lucid far Than all that eye had shown It seemed between the gold and gray The far dawn or a fiery day. And once where ocean's depth dlvlue O'er silver n sands was hung. Oleamed In ? he hair-IIt hyaline The hop's no song has sung The memory or a world more r.ilr Than all our blazing wealth or air. Kor dear tiit.. , miy u;iyg may ,iv Our dream 1 i dear.r j-t-How Mi tie is the lire we know To lire that we rorget Till In a maiden's ejes we see What o...

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. — 30 August 1877

k-vr.'v-"; THE RED CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL' MATTERS. Notices in this Column 10 Cents a Line Take the Chief. Last Sunday was a hot day. Monday ditto. and Qen. Bowen, of Juniata was in towu last Monday. Win. Reily of Oak Creek, threshed out 28 bushels of wheat to the acre. The mercury Iheruly boiled over, and run oot at the- top of the ther mometer, last Tuesday. Mr?. Patterson arrived from Santa Cruz CaF. last Friday. She is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Doc. Sherer Mr. Henry Roger: has-rented Carl H"T.-., .,;hini onllorv. WA RT( fnTfL ami will hereafter conduct the bu&i- news. N- Hauey of Batin threshed, last week, a portion of his wheat which yielded a little over 22 bushels to the acre. We have received vol. r No T. of the flarved Phoenix, edited by Con nell, late editor of the defunct .Advo cate. 1 There is sickness in the Ciiikf's family this wck. llie neighbors will please accept thanks fir lueij; kimi- The prairie grass up west, en- the sattle range, iH .said to be perfectly ...

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. — 6 September 1877

J Wj N ;the red gloud chief. it Advertising Rale - o Liberal, and will he made know ud application. Cloud r 1151 ISHKLi KVKItV Til HUSH A V AT BED CLOUD, NES3ASEA. I L.THOMAS, L Chief Red T5 ' k r i t " i 7 : PPf i-l f . T veS Kililr mid lrrielir. per year, Irvariacly is Advance. S2ifcr: ff rr (vkui.iiij., wi.j coiner a zavor i.y ?itij ;M of the fact ia once. -JrcFlwdciic' Mi'.iiLoJ fro-.i! all part. fCounty and KUi'.i. ' n l-.-itter.i.f Kir.i' r .ra! iihvs ir: IMCrillCli- Xlhildo Hot r.--t:!ir llifir i. TKularly, will confer a favor by notify - iC ie itareet. Jn HO OI&C ore I'.v responsible fur ' ViatLorojtutiinunf out uirnxtmlt:ufs. Wtlo vol jrjbt.'.!tiuo;ii;moii: hUtr aim anr muuai -. i tyottetmnic. . . zJjOCtil notices, to insure insertion. f 3Huk fie htiHi1d in us in ilij us Wnl- S5. fr pOIiicKil Directory. , . . J C0NOKE35I0NAL. A.S. Pudd k HHtric. U.K. Senator. Inn Saunders Omaha. U. S. Senator. renin Crcunsc. Hcjircajiitativc. KXKOUTIVK. AS f AUItKK. Governor. Lim-oln. m...

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. — 6 September 1877

THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. RED CLOU). NEimASK Two Lurcrw Out Tor a Walk. Together we walked In the evening time, Abore us tbe k jr spread golden and clear. And be be:it bis bead and looked In iny eyes. Ab If be field iixj of all most dear. O! it was sweet lu tbe evening time! And our jiatnway went through fields of w heat, Narrow that path and rough the way. lint be was near, and the birds gang true, Andtbebtars came out lu the twilight gray. U! It was sweet in the evening time! Softly be spoke of tbedays long past, Softly of the blessed days to be; Close to bis arm and closer I prest The corn-field path was Kdeit to ine. o: It was bwuet In the evening time! Grayer the llg'it grew and grayer still. The rooks 111 tied home through tbo purple shade' TbenlghtlngalesKaiig where thethornsstood high As I walked with him through the woodland glade. OJ it was sweet lu the evening time! And the latest gleam of daylight died; Sly band in his enfoided lay; We swept the dew from the wheat as we paite...

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. — 6 September 1877

t' 9 ( "" k It s 1 fc v A HOPE. BY ALFItKD CHUBCH. Slowly we gather and with pain From many tolls a scanty galD; We strive to know, hut scant our powers, And short the time and strait the bounds, And ever-unsurmounted towers The mortal barrier that surrounds Our being; and the body still. Imperious slave, betrays the will. Slowly we gather and with paln Hut quick the scattering agaln Whether It chance the falling brain Lets slip the treasute it hath won Through weary days, or sudden blow Lays the unshattered fabric low ALd all our doing is undone. Slowly a nation builds Its life From barbarous chaos Into law And kindly social ties and awe Cfpowem divine. For civil strife Still opens wide within the walls The yawning guir that will not close tntll the noblest victim falls; Or. fierce without, the shock of roes In one wild hour of blood oerthrovs The labor or the patient years; And when at last the work appears Complete In stately strength to stand. Klot with paricldal blow. Or mad am...

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. — 6 September 1877

" . C s-zmr - J ft THE RED CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Notices in thin Column 10 Cent a Line Take the Chief. Weather is cool;nnw-adayfi. Geo. Zeis' s new building is looming up. The wheat up on Indian Creek is turning out 25 bushels (o the acre. "Uncle Sam" will return home from the Hot Springs in a couple oi weeks. Strangers are constant!' arriving in town, with a view of selecting perma nent homes. Anyone wishing to buy a first class organ, would do well to call at the Chief office. Ed. Smith returned from the Hot Springs last Friday, very much im proved in health. Mr. LeBond of the south side thros hed 247 bushels of wheat fiom 21 bushels sowing. There is a grosit deal of sicknes among the children, all over the coun try, at the present time. A little sickness, some laziness, and a general indisposition to work, is ail that ails us this week. W smnfcal a clear at Ceo. ITum- nel's expense last Saturday, cause, a bran new nine pound hoy at his house. Mr. Cowley of Catherton record 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. — 13 September 1877

Advcri XHIEF. Cloud Chief. The Red -o- Liberal and will be mfo intnm erf ' application. o--j Legal admtMng at Statate rate LT flED EVERY THURSDAY AT tMi- iMttV WWW i,Mtiittt-" . Trm ACT? A . - X. THOMAS, "Eternal Vigilance i. the price of Liberty ." m$2.00 ijearhlhe firireofOie lle.lCl.nul Chi.f. I -0 All tran.-ient .vlvcrtiscracm taujl j ( ). S Ik? paid fur in advance. ftor nml Proprietor. KEPCLOriUVEBSTEUCO., NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. SKIT. N f I . jtycar, Invariably :a Advance. VOL- V fcis who do notrcreive inir f birlr. will c nlor a. favor by notify- he fact at once. niofiip ollrltml from all ntirt. of ity aDd State, on matters o! swner.il aisc, are iv responsible for the 'opinions ofuur owxonlnits. Uh not publish anonymous Utter ton munications. Amay .'-e tfimV. it notices, to insure insertion, harnkd in as tarty as ma- morniny. 0J1ici:il Director'. Lr COXfiRKSSIONAL. BET: - l 4feaiM-ick Iicatrico. L .M.ienalor. L -B i f e c....i(.. riiiMerr. um.iini. - --;' -'MCITTIVE. - a""u?'4ov....

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. — 13 September 1877

-- -A ,: ' J -T ffiD CLOUD CHIEF. M. K..TII03I iS K.lltur. It EI) CLOUD. nebbask. A Si rip oriilue. BV LDCT LA ItCOM. I do not own an Inch of laud. But alt I see Is mine The orchard n.l the mowing fields, The lawns and gaiMen fine. The wlns in tax -oli tots are, They bring nio tithes divine VI'l scent and ub:ie etences, A tribute rare and free; And, mo e magnificent than all. My window kef pa for me A glimpse of blue Immensity, A littles rip of tea. Richer am f tl-an he who owns Ore tt fleets airl argosies; I hiveahar- In evtry ship Won by the Island 1re-z To loiter on yon airy road Above the apple trees. I freight them with my untold dream", Ka 'h hears my own plckel crpw; And no tier ca eoes wait for them Than ever Iru'la knew My Milps that sail In o the East Across U at outlet blue. Sometimes they seem like Ilvln? shapes The people of tbeky Ouets In whl'e raiment romlng down From h aven which Is lose by, I all them by familiar nam s, As one bj one draws nigh. Eo white so 1', lit,...

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. — 13 September 1877

V i-- M, GARDENAND HOUSEHOLD A Great Field of Wheat f r If t "eat. pm V 6helby of lhis Citv Vice Srf c f d TreaSUrer of Grand w ? Iudiana Ililroad Company , has gone to Dakota Territory to super mtenclthe barvcatin5 of a ffcldcontain- loff 0f wheat' owned bv It self, Geon W. Css of Pittsburg, and U1 Dalrymple of Mi nnesota. The use ot 2u reai)ers for two weeks will be necessary in ozder to harvest the crop, m wmch is estimated at 100,000 bushels, and is valued atSioooo when threshed. -Lhe gram will be moved bv rail 4W miles to Duluth, then shipped by sail direct to Europe. The land used is a part of the subsidy granted bv the Gov ernment to the Northern Pacific liail- to&. Grand Rapids (Mich.) Eagle. Aiiii7.,Hn(1 ,np Wajlo Ke.-p Tin-in. Lse great care in picking Uiem irom the trees, and when transferring them -r iium me n;ifket to the barrel handle , . hke eggs. Get the best granulated su- n gar barrels to keep them in, and when the barrels are full cover them with a thick paper...

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. — 13 September 1877

.w i 4 & y . .-' - -fc-V r rK I ay v'f ClOUD CHIEF. TUC Dm PI niin r . I lib III.! VB.VWU k-l LOCAL MATTERS. Notices in this Column 10 Cenf o Xwte Take the Chief. Make hay while the son .shines. S. Garber ha returned from the Hot Springs Ark. Geo. Zeiss' new building will soon be completed. We have recently added quite a number of new subscribers to our list. Who is engaged to deliver the ora tion, at the fair next week. Sleeper & Tinker have lust finished another of their excellent Red Cloud wagons. Services will be held on the camp ground next Sunday commencing at 10:30 a. m. Mr. Morhart will soon commence the erection of a new residence in the north-west art of town. Quite a number of our citizens both old and young, st tried this morning to attend the Sunday School picnic to be held at South Guide Rock to-day. m - Frederic William Thomas, editor and proprietor of the Free Press, Philadelphia Pa, died Sept. 7th; aged 70 years. We acknowledge the receipt of the premium lis...

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. — 20 September 1877

a - X , i .44.rrliiBft Umi THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. r -. 4 - vyHIrF. PUBLISHED EVKUY THURSDAY AT SED ZLOVD, 27S3EASZA. o . 7 I Leg! adc:tUiug at Sutuift rate. M L. THOMAS, I'-dlter nucl l'roprlrler. 4-' "Eternal Visilance is the price of Liberty," and $2.QQ " ytvr is the price of the RrtFfUtmd i'hivf. All transient adtertL-rajcnts mot bo paid for iu sdvai.ee RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, THURSDAY. SKIT. 20. 1S77 NO-9- L? i - f 12.00 per year, Invariably ia Advance; VOL- V. i & 14 H . fTflE Red Cloud i - f u X "-'i i if . Q: it W J - A, h- fr "rt- 1 f i SubwrihetF who do not receive their iu it regularly. wi!l eonler a f.ivor by uotif , mjf up of th5 fact at once. f I Virretindenee t'dicited from all nartFof , the County and State, on matters of Kincral interest. T in wo c t jrr rryponstUrfor the vittcs orajiiutiiusofiiitr currtxpontJentK. e tin not puhlit.lt anonymous Ictte.ru .and otn mnniaitions. Always yivt your jui me. Istcal 'notices, to insure insertion, mutt he Imnxled in...

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. — 20 September 1877

N- , TflE BED CLOUD CHIEF. 31. L. TIHI vS Kit i tor. BED CLOUD. NEIHIASK. Sleep On: A Dirge. BASED ON TUB 7CEKCH. I. Tlie daisies prank thy grassy grave; Above, the dark pine-branches wave: Sleep ou. Below, the merry rniincl Ring?. And swallows sweep with glancing wings: Sleep on, Marie, sitep on. ii. gome whisper words of doubt and shame Or, lightly laughing, breathe thy name: Weep on. Slander may never harm thee now, God s gentle band upon thy brow: Sleep on, Marie, sleep on. in. Calm as a summer sea at rest. Thy n eek hands folded on tby breast. Sleep on: Hushed into ttillness life's sharp pain, Nought but the pattering of the rain: Sitep on. Maile, sleep on. John II. Davles, In Gentleman's Magazine. FABM.GAKDEN AKD HOUSEHOLD Money In Sweft Corn. An Ohio farmer grows over 500 acres of this crop annually. The drying house employs over SO persons. The fresh ears are steamed five minutes to "set the milk," the grain is then cut off rapidly with cutters having concave faces; then spi...

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. — 20 September 1877

l -v ; i p? rHfc fV fi .. Vi f - I it 7 re- Ziiin. '! ' w rv ts .?j f. TIic llulterfly Ball. nr MAGGIE. O Willie McCall. Yoa cant guess at all Whit we saw at the Ball The beautiful Butteifly Ball. TVhy the cute little things. With gossamer wings, .lust danced Highland-flings. Ann all sorts r things Twas the TuunieEt kind or a Ball. And Idi want to tell How wonderrully well. With no effort to swell, Tney danced, beau and belle. At this jolllest, cuniilngest Hall. Then such excellent time, Tht no poet In rhyme. Froij sunniest clime. Could tell how sublime The ISuiterflles looted at the Hall. Caractacns Jiefore Claudius Ca-sar. II Y FANNIE COritSEK. Claudius, the imbecile prince whom his own mother calleJ an abortion of a man, "who had been begun but not fin ished by nature," had, until his fiftieth year, lived apparently unambitious, but hen, as if livirg to spite the prognos tic -ions of that Roman matron, his nrpde ol .Tfe was made to change, and to annex the land of Britain to his ...

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