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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 20 September 1877

IKE RED CLGUD GHIF LOCAL MATTERS. Nnticesin thix Cohtm,iQ Cmts n Line Take the Chief WANTED. A good competent girl to do gener al house work. Liberal waires will he raid. Anply at once at the Chief office Red Cloud. Locals arc t-caice this week. The Fair i. over. Everyhody sober. Cha. Potter l:as arrived from St. Joe with a large j-tock of new goods. Joe Holcniuh left us a sample of hi premium millet. Come and see it. The "boya" are rumiin' the mashcen this week, so you must charge up all deficiencies to them. Ladies don't say you can't afford a new hat when you can get one for a mere trifle at Mrs. Lutz. The Chief is two days behind time thi? week. Several of our "items of interest" have happened since our regular publication day. We were shown the boss farm team of the country the other day. They were a span of dark iron grey horses and belonced to E. Wise, who is far ming Ed. Kellogg' s place. There will be a Tunker love feast meeting held in a tent at the resi dence of Benj. Wag...

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. — 4 October 1877

r i if & THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. sldvrrfiinff Rates -Jb Cloud Chief. The Red -o Libera!, snd wil! be made known on application. PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURSDAY AT BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. ML. THOMAS, Editor nud Proprietor. Igal alr:tijc at Statute rtw. "Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty." and 2.QQ a year is the price of the Km Cloud Clritf. AU transient advertisement mut $2.C0 per yew, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. EED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, Til URSDA Y. OC l 4. 1S77. N) !() k paid for in dancc. r .. t 4 t, it ;l m & f A lf 3 'ii J .V. 4 Jf 1 I i It Delinquent Tax List. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing described lands, lota or blocks, situated in Webster County, Nebraska on which the tax s remain uipnid for the year 1870. will be sold on Monday the 5tb day of November. 1X77, at the Court House in Kod Cloud, Webster county, Nebraska, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. iu., and 4 o'clock p. m. Sale "to continue from day to day until all the lands, lots or blocks ha...

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. — 4 October 1877

THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. M.I..TH11M1S EMitor. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA COTOPAXL Tlie Gr.at Eruption of the 20 h of J urn, lust-The Volcano rnuri out a Irrmen duns Torre nt .f Water Long of Over a ThotiRaud JAvva and of Millions of Dol lam of Property. 2tew Yokk, Sept 11 A letter from Latacunga, Peru, gives the story of the eruption of the Volcano of Cotopaxi, which took place June 25th. Streams of water poured from all the craters at once, on the Callo side, sweeping away everything in their course. Another irresistible torrent followed the course of the Saquimal river. The hacienda of Signor Eonoso is in ruins; the very soil is gone Of the place of Signor Larrea, nothing is left. The river carried off 500 head of cattle at pasture in thefields. The Aluqiies river overflowed, and caused great damage. The Cutchico ovei flowed, carrying everything before it. A splendid machine shop went down like- card house at the first rush of waters; so did various mills. The en tire district was like a sea...

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. — 4 October 1877

t 7 f I I i O: -M A i i. w 1. I 3 iv i m:i: at piav. -Surh Tun as we hart one rainy day. When father was home awl helped, us play! We made a ship and hoisted Hall, Ami crossed the sen In a ftur'ul gale Itut we IiaJh't sailed Into London Town. When captilu and crew and vessel went down. Down, down In a jolly wreck. With the captain toning under tne deck. Itut he hrnl:e nut ay a In with a lion's roar. And we on two legs, he on four. Ka'i ont of t'ie parlor and up the stair. And frightened mamma ana the oaoy there. So mamma sa d .she'd he p'Ure man now. And tried to 'rest us. She did't know how. Then the lion laughed and forgot to roar. Till we chased nlm out of the nursery door; .Mid then he turned to a pony gay. And carried us all on li s hack away. Wh'pplty, lie kity. hlckety ho' If we hadnt fun then I don t know T II we tumMed on anil he cantered on. ever stopping to e If his loid was gone. And I couldn't t-li any more than he Which was Charlie and which was me. Or which was Towrer...

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. — 4 October 1877

THE RED CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Naticein this Column 10 Cent a Line The days of the "sear and yellow leaf are at hand. W. E. Jackpon is building a new residence otkhis farm south of town. Commissioners were in session last Mondny and Tuesday, proceedings next week. Mr. Henry Gilham. brother to James and Charley, arrived from Wis consin last Saturday. We have several communications on hand, which we cannot publish, on account of the tax list taking up bo much room. We are forced to leave out two or three colums of advertisements, while Mr. Jones' story remains in the paper. C. II. Potter has a nice eijrar case on his counter, now, filled with good cigars, we know whereof we speak, for we sampled 'em. In the report of the election of offi cers for the Agricultural Society, it should have been F. M. Snow of Pots dam instead of A. Maxwel1 Dr. F. A. Ilall the well known den tist is prepared to atttend to your teeth and fix 'em up in shape. If you have defective teeth you should call o...

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. — 11 October 1877

x V v '-i v, Advrrliftin. THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. Chief. - o I.ttefci. no will be aaile V. -b oa tpplication. Irsal kii-ortNiwx at 5tit& :ate o , AH trati.-u'w: aiiviwlixjnirnu uiut PUBLISHED EVKRT TIICRSDAT AT 22Z) CL07D, 17ESBAS2A. ML. THOMAS, Kdlfor nnd Proprietor. 11 Eternal Vigilance is the price of Liberty." and $2.00 '.jtTice mj mc iXf ,unui .nn. Cp KED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NRBKA!gRSDAY. OCf. II. 1S77 f). W lc p:d for in ailvsnco. $2.00 jer rear, ItrariaV.j in Adras. VOL- V 5 il'-wqr Il ' 3 Is I DW qr i4 24 lot 1 4 'wJt' ofswqr 1 fir S31 l' i i lot! 5 do do do do do neqr do do 51 V u jj - ..a. " A 7 45 5 54 4 56 ?2S. I. b fr Delinquent Tax List Notice in hereby piven that trre fol ifraloi: tirhcribed lands, lots or block. Mtunted in Webster County. Nebraska on which the tax f remain unpaid for the yew ls7f. will he unld on Monday thr 5th day f Novpmbcr. 1X77. at the Court Iliue in Rtd Cloud, Webster rnuntv. Nebraska, betworn thn hour. -- . - - - - . ;if y o'clock a. m.. and 4...

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. — 11 October 1877

THE BED CLOUD CHIEF. M. I.. TlfoMT tS Killtor. RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. From the broad fields, their Rolden glory sliorn Ami mm ny uplands or their beauty reft, Tlu-mcli the s Miit:1lght of the Mitumu morn, Aud hedgeroMs, with their lingering Jewels left By :he brown river, through tl.e leify lanes, On to the farmsteads move the loaded wains. The stalwart rearer bears h!s brlgltcned scythe. Or tracks the course the great machine has made. And bonnle lass and 1 !, sunburned atd lithe. Kound whose :raw hats woodbine and pojir-les Tatfe. Wake all the meadow land with h-.rvest ntnlns, Clustering and laughing r ut d the loaiJed wains. 'TIs sof September natures harvest yields, Hut all through lire our ripening fruit we reap, Jfowitorir-g violet Trom sweet Apr.l fields, Now roses tha brig t .Mil v sunsnli.es steep, Now garnerln ggray October's sober gains. Now Christina hollies pile our lozd d wains. Ah me! how fast the fa'r.'prlng fl. wers die, II ow Minim r blossoms perish at the touch, Aii...

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. — 11 October 1877

1 j- r i i f i 3 Croiv? CoqiM'try JIAKY A. KAIITON. 3 merry crow, w Incisure blowiiiR AcruSi tiiesia; Caw. ajdtc 1 me Whither thou art going. Listening maid, no orai.fte plocm, o am ,uii orchard lair, 'o rojal jialm u.y snare Can set or tempt with fruit or hlooin. "u tauiirlaU tree, no hill or cane Call ltieto ibl ; away. v herf suiibhtne Iturus the day. And lHutcrs breathe a prayer for rain. Ei!g:na lie In thy reply. i ttraai. gcrorc' Cjme tell aie now. Tj wh s y corner dost thou i!y? Thou iir-attHnf Kir.. If I tliowtaee Xi nook, inj bueltering haunt, My hl.t, m favorite- plant. "Jauy oje will fallow inc. l'or thuu wMt -ell It In thy sleep auch j'outh til hiarti no secrets keep Gtnul salt sea win Is are blowing. A Mp k unst the i l. .diess aky A blur or black I fly, 5joii-ly. nij .ear, sood by; u une itnows w i.ere I am oIiir. -.Clirh'la-i UeRister. riu i:: pi'ximui i:xt. r.Y im:z niviNG. Cecil Sutherland sat by her window, ktinc at the hit of blue sky, with 1 he leafless branches ...

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. — 11 October 1877

i -4$Sr sm L"2 y k y k 1 1 i 1 it. THE RED CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Notice in this Column 10 Cents a Line 1 O ay? where u tbit wood y ou were Koiagiolrrirjg us. We received nice tqaaahes, kfct week couplel from Mr. of larne McCuue, A lumber yard is much needed in Red Jloud. Who u the lucky man to engage iu the business. Tons of hay is in stack right here in town, and if a stray upark bt fire bald happen to alite on one of the stacks, and a general conflagration be the result, we would not be surprised, We feci it our duty to warn all per suns living in town, to be careful about throwing out ashes with coals of fire in them, as the grass, is dry eumgh to burd, and a conflagration may be the result of Rich carelessness. We understand that the bridge over Crooked Cn.ek north of town is veiy niuch out of repair, this should be at tended to at once, as there is almost a continuous string of learns daily pasting through to the railroad. Webster county warrants are worth JO cts on the do...

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. — 18 October 1877

X, tr v t v THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. Ai!'erU The LOUD .u otf rrnuHEP Evr.nv TiirnsnAY at JLLaJL- ML. THOMAS, Legal wh-ortinni; at Statute ratc Ktlltor imrt Proprietor. "Eternal Viirilance is the price of Liberty," tfn.r$2.00 a year is the price of the Red (loud Chief ----- Ali uAiu: ai!vrtN?cnHU. nsunt X ( ) 12 ' J'31 rr I adtanee. KED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NEBRASKA, Til URSI) A Y. O - f. IS. IS77 t2.C0 rer vcar, Invariably in Advance. VOL- V. Red Ch - ft Delinquent Tax List. Notice i- hereby t-iven that the fol lorltij: d-cribi-d lands, lots or block Minuted in Web-'cr County. Nebraska on which the taxi remain unpaid fin the year lS7f. will be M on Moudriy tln ."ith day of November. JTT, at the Court Hu-e in Id Cloud, Web-ter rr'tinty. Ni'b::ik:t, between the lmur of i o'clock a. in., and 4 o'clock p. in. Snlc to continue from day to day until all the lands, loL- or blocks have been offered. Iitfcritition I :e i p-. of.'-ej no ; ne 4 jiw fo J fw ne 1 nw J MV J nw .v- II w 4 e of e ne ew ...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 18 October 1877

4 f- i' k ' ' ll rZ. t t r: 1 THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. M. I THM is K.litor. KED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. Autumn Poetry. You know or will learn, by and by -that we never need lose anything which has really made our life blessed, except by our own fault If we have taken the loveliness around us into heart and soul, and not merely glanced at it idly, it has become an immortal possession ; for all true beauty is poured into our lives out of the heart of Him who is the Inflcitely Beautiful, and every gift he bestows is perfect and in destructible. Have you ever thought about the 8hading-off of one season into another how gradual and delicate it is, and what a charm it adds to the year? You cannot tell exactly when midsummer has passed into autumn, any more than you can draw a sharp line between the red and the orange in the rainbow. Na ture shades her colors more exquisitely than any artist, and it is in this magical blending that half her poetry is found. The four seasons make a visible har mony, l...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 18 October 1877

.X A i FARM, GAKDEN AND HOUSEHOLD, Saut-r Kraut Gather the cabbage in October, before too much frost, and cut nearly as fine as cole-slaw. Put in a barrel to the depth of six inches, sprinkle upon it a little salt, and pound with a stamper till it becomes juicy or nearly a pulp. Each layer is to be treated in the same man ner. "When the vessel or barrel is full, some leaves of cabbage are first put on the top, then a board, fitting not too closely, and weights placed upon it so it may be well pressed. In the course of a week the scum that rises to the top should be removed. In from four to six weeks it is fit for use. The best pi ce for keeping is a cool cellar, but not so cold as lo freeze. The vessel should not be used for any other pur pose and should be renovated each vear. Kegs as Tood. As a flesh producer one pound of eggs is f qual to one pound of beef. A hen may be calculated to consume one bushel of corn yearly, and to lay twelve dozen or eighteen pounds of eggs. This is eq...

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 October 1877

-& -'.. -V .riE RED CLOUD CHIEF LOCAL MATTERS. Noticrsin tins Column 10 Cmts n Line Lecture Friday nTrTit. Ohio hns rone Democratic. Go to llic lecture Friday nijrht. ricnty of rain for tl c last- week. Do not fail to attend the lecture Fri day night. Thi.sis court week, and business is brisk in Red Clud. "Heaps" of strappers in town this week tending court. Tho Rev. 1'rycc will preach at the school house in Red Cloud Oct. the 21st at 11 o'clock. Last Sntunlay tins portion of the "footstool" received a soakfiifj rain; a thing unusual fr this time of the year, in this country. The fall Immigration is poirring in to the Valley at a lively rate, and the white topped wagons are seen on our Ptrcets every day. "I object," "state your objection," "3-our Pfr.uor we claim the right," etc. etc. is the way they have, besn going on at the school house- thn week. Our paper failed to arrive, and we are compelled to use such as we have on hand this week. Wc will also have to isue half sheets t...

Publication Title: Red Cloud Chief, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Red Cloud chief. — 25 October 1877

X ;. i yr AfHrrrliplB THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. Chief. i -. o liberal, aud uiil U made Idow on application. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT BED CLOUD, KS32ASEA. ML. THOMAS, Legs! advertising at Statute rtM. KUitornnd Proprietor. "Eternal Vigilance is the price of "Liberty? and year is the price of the Rett Cloud Chief. : All tranieot Jvcrti.etncnta muit ). 'j , be pAid for in adTance. RED CLOUD, WEBSTER CO., NMASKA, THDRSD AY. OLT. 25. 1S77 12.00 per year, "TrrariaV.j is Advance. VOL- V NJ I : - The Red CLoud I ft i A f i: 1 i ft n gubpcriltei? who do not receive their pi Xcr reculsrly. will enter a favor bj notify ing us of the lact at once. Correspondence solicited from all partFof the County auu state, on matter. o: Kbnenu i ntcrest. In no case are tw responsible for t7tc views or opinions of our correspondent.. W We do not pvblishanonymous letter and con munications. Altcoys give your nam?. Load notices, to insure insertion, muU be handed in as early as Wed nesday morning. g Official Dir...

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 October 1877

V r it TBE RED CLOUD CHIEF. M.LTai)Mi8 Kriitor. RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. Morning-Glory. Wondrous Interlacsment! Holding fast to threads, by green and silky rlDgs, With the dawn It spreads its white and purple wings; Generous In Its blom, and sheltering while it clings. Sturdy morning-glory; Creeping through the dsement. Slanting to the floor in dusty shining beans. Dancing en the floor in quick, fantauic gleams. Comes to the new day's light, and pours la tide less streams. Golden morning-glory. In ihe lowly basement. Booking In the sun, the i aby's cradle stands; Nrwthe little one thru ts out Us rosy hands; 8on bis ej es will opei; tbr n in alt the lands Mo such mor lng-glnry! THE LAST LINK. I waB alone and friendless, with the exception of my brother "V illis, and he was far away when Miss Lestrange took me to her home took me weeping from my dead mother's arms, and soothed me with gentle wordF. All my early Hfe I had been a petted child, and I shrank from coldness as sensitive natures...

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 October 1877

X N. ti T at ,J J ,. 4. JU x. i it. The lilacksraUli man. My mother puts an apron on to keep my coatles clean. And wubbers on my little boots; and then I go and lean Against the blacksmith's doorway, to watch the coal fire shine. The bellows heave, the hammer swing I wish they all wtiemlne! The horses bend their lege and stand; 1 donl see how they can; BntI would love to shoe their feet Just like the blacksmith man. Tang-tlddle. tang-tlddle. tanR-tiddle tan' What a jolly noise he makes, the blacksmith man! When I grow up an old big man, with whiskers on my chin, I will not have a grocery store, or dry goods store or tin; I will not be a farmer or a lawyer, not bit; Or President all theotner bojs are meaning to belt Or a banker, with the money bllU piled high upon the stau' I'd rather hold the red-hot iron, and be a black smith man. Tang- lddle. tang-tlddle. taug-tiddle-tan' Oh, what a jjlly uoUe he makes, the black tmlili man! r The blacksmith man has got such arms; his shop is such...

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 October 1877

Ja-' THE RED CLOUD CKiF LOCAL MATTERS. Ifoticesin this ColumnlQ Cents a L sine i TEACH2aSItfSTI?0T. Don't yon forpet to Subscribe for the Chief. Nights' are getting uncomfortably cool. Continual rain tbc last week. greater part of Farmer have their corn. begun to gather in The grand jury farce through with last week. ws gone Jack rabbit hunting is a favorite sport of some of the boys of this tow. We noticed last Sunday some very promising peices of fall wheat on the south side of the river. Court adjourned last Tuesday, leav m ing one case, that of Anderson vs. Laverty, on the docket A car load of jrirls that are not afraid to Work, could And steady employment in Red Cloud and vicinity. We are badly in need of some wood at the office, who will bring us some, on subscription, don't all speak at once. Wc understand there will be quite a number of independent candidates for county office, in the field tbia fall. Major Laird delivered a touching and eloquent address to the jury, on last...

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 November 1877

Nl ' & AfrmiH. . -' " -- V i -MdNwW fcw "arr I 8 Mi a - -w THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT . bsd clous, :?zs3ass.4, ML. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. $2.C0 per year, Invariably In Adfance SubFCribciE who do not receive their ia jien rcpnlsirly. will conter a favor b notify ing ue of the iact at once. 'orrcsponilcnee solicited from all part? of the County and tatvM on matters of general interest. In no case arc xcc responsible for the virir.e. nrojdiiionsofour correspondents. he do not publish anonymous f 'Iters and amivuutications. Always give your name. Local nolics. to insure insertion, must be handtd in as early as Wed nesday morning. f Official Directory. CONGRESSIONAL. A. S. Paddock. Beatrice.,, -U. S. Senator: Alvin Saunders. Omaha, " UfS.-Senator. Lorenw) Orounse. Representative. EXECUTIVE. KILASG VRI5ER. Governor. Lincoln. Bruno Tz-chock. Se. of State. . H Weton. Lincoln, Audit-"?. f.- ii: i T .. - 7. II. Huberts. Att'y lien, i. M. McKenzic. Lincoln. Su...

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 November 1877

m I i r 11 1 THE RET) CLOUD CHIEF. I M.LTHUU9I Editor. ltttl) CLOUD. NEBRASKA. "Who l.ath not treasured something or the past, Tbclost. the tmrlol.or the Tar away? Twined with those heart affections which out last All S3T' thctr memories their outlive decay! A lirosrn roltfinf our oullilliojit's I'laj-. A f.iilid doner, that lungago was fair Mute tote t of a lore that died uUldt Or silken curl, or lock of silvery halt The! rows that taie them lonu since in the mould! Though tticsu may call up griefs that else bad slept, Tti Ir twilight sadness o'er t ho soul to bring; Net every fo r in tiltter..eis I wept. While they revive tho drooping flowers that sprlnj: Withlnthe heart, aud round Its ruined temples riln. J. Craig. PE. AM) COKONKT. 'Washington correspondents! Those who read their missives are wont to think of them as ubiquitous, inquisitive politicians a cross (as the farmers would say) between a caucus-orator and a detective policeman. Yet good judges of mankind have asserted th...

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 November 1877

i r n i Hi - -j JlY I.ttlle Womam. I From the San Francisco News Letter. 1 Would tbe diamond seem such a peerlesi gem If It measured one foot 'round? Would the rose-lear yield such a sweet perfume If it coTered yarJs of ground? Would the dewdrops 6eem so clear and pu.e If dew l ke rain should fall? Or the little woman he half so great ir shewereslxftettall" 'TIS the hand as sor as the nestling bird That grips with the grip of steel; " Tls the voice as sweet 6 the summer wind That rules without appeal. And the warrior, scholar, faint and cage May light and plan and p'ay; The wcrld will wag to tbe end of time In the little woman's way. A FOOLISH CHOICE. IIY KIM. Maurice Dinham was senior partner - the house of Dinham & Co., jewellers, lie was rich, proud, ana at least sixty years old though he looked ten years younger. It was rumored he soon in tended to give up active business life and seek that rest which long years of toil had earned for him. Maurice Dinham had never been mar r...

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