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' ' Eternal Vigilance is the qijice) of Liberty' and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
Red CiMjiI Webster County, Neb., Friday, July 28, 1893.
Vol. 21. No. 1
I ltivarlablr Im Alrain I
Ala In advanre,'rter thin safe Mirth
J ltY 1892, tho price will be II. as. -f
I a the Post Oalee In ,Re Cloud, Neb,
is aall matter qf tfceseepud claw i
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lovaar. . a i ..1st on
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i thron month 1..1 m
ilSotlcrs per line or line space, ant
t specials, payable Inmlabmn nd
sell) cents , ?A
puffs, 5 cents
notice In the nature of adrrU6.
urates, viz: for
otioes at legal
for ft anitarn
t Nonpareil or leas,) first puttlcaUon
each subsequent publleatli
;er to Insure publication m
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iferrod position" contract! mi
er to insure nuhiimtinn mil
bis office not later than. Weil
seracnts. cannot be ordered Tout
si wceK later man Thursday.
M. R, R. Time Taile.
1 Taklntr effect Nov 9t'. I
carrylus; passengers leave lied Cloud as
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, Jntssenger to St. Joseph
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ivsienirer tn Kiniu Clti
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lirdutte itolnta daily
If llascngers for Denver, dall;
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end sales at rcasoaablJ npires. Satis-
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strlotly farm .inwrinoe sad iavite
and Invite all to toe me.
Block, RED CLOUD, NEB.
flections promptly attesded to.
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(fPyntliti'd by VY. T. Foster.
JosWHl, Mo., July 29, 1803.
lilt Mllftin uavc forcoaAts of
fai wave to cross tho continent
ltljribth to August 2d, and tho
fill pencil tho Pacific coast
Aug 3rd, cross tho western
linjpy close of 4th, tho great
. vaiteys irora btb to 7th, and
liter, states ubout tho 8th.
er fltarins may bo expected in
tcraitatcs about August 2d.
iifaU-tvill decrease in most places
ftcr;August 22d. Tho excop-
to tiu will probably bo along
tont cult coast, and in the ut
ssonri and upper Missippi vol-
c warn wavo will cross the west-
JUoiiins about August 3d, tho
ecnml valleys about tho Sth,
bo cMtcrn states about tho 7ih.
ojol Wavo will cross tho western
Btaiai! about tho Gth. tho crcat
oonlril valleys about tho Sth, and tho
casle'tn states about tho 10th.
M ANNUS MACJNU8
plall English, this means "The
Yaar," and that is what I do-
io discuss. Wo must liaro a
slaltlng point for reckoning time, and
bo bu uocs not turmsb that point
to Alcyone, the sun of tho Plci-
s, ; 'ills cluster is called the "acv-
arait' and Alcyone is tho sun o:'
I laatl, Nebras
If lv soy pr80al;atteBtkB. toi
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a property at lowest ral
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calx AMuninee Co. ot UuuOon. Ii
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Ilnjitnn Iniiniini'n la. ftt lliirllmitoo. ,
ItMk America Auraui Co. ToionW, Oj
uiuce over roetomce.
Plated and unii.
peaj I handled k
Klasscs wllh lat
iiar Hauew, i
ce plaa, atlek all
qr. J silverware, souvenir spool
...P''1 ana iotks. earvini; sei
i "i ', eon two Dozes and out
jie line oi . tpecweies una
vurcliaugabld lenses.' jtteel, nlc
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tu ntilnitUieeya. Mrlluo ol
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l u.hinl v...tl.
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Umtloii naltl t
L,?V".W.1 " ."Jl'Ao !! iIJ!J?W-.!' Tuu tbeut
ICcok'u Brag Stare.
.'Lbcgins and ends at tho Seven
Sftci, er,moro definitely, at Aloyono,
taisswy: At tho autumnal cqui-
?1T0 years before Christ, or,
i years ago, tho Seven Stars wero
thq'sanith at midnight of Scptcm-r!22ji,-'nnd
not until 25,827. years
r tut date, will, thoy again, bo at
xeaUh at midnight of September
Tht'iiauso of this it), that our sun.
rryjagwith it our earth and planets
ill have mado ono complete revolu-
o.vaifend tho common oentor, around
ssKjau tne suns ot our system arc
cviaa thereby comploting "Tho
f, j tho 22d of September at mid
ij'm?0 obscrvo a prominent star,
b'a.Muctly at tho, zonith overhead
-we-ill find that oue year from
hatsWte, that star will bo a little fur
her ii'St, at tho end of 72 years, the
tr ,i(l have reoeeded to.tho eastward
Sisilo tho beginning of Tho Groat
tfear;s40G3 years ago, our sun and
eitrt)favo mord about 50 degrees,
o: a ltttle more than one-sixth of tho
I Sojao scientists, especially Prof. C.
L Teiton, claim that tho great pyra
dttd.was ercotcd about 2170 n. o to
oomiaemorato that groat event, tho bo
(laig of tho new Groat Year, as the
csetading passage in tho great pyra
ttidjjftointcd, at that timo, to tho north
!tarnd tho seven stars wero at the
eaiNi at the autumnal equinox. Not
ueffcaeut north star, but ono of the
ftarilof tho great dippor, for as our
ils around its great center, our
tars eome and go in succession,
resent north star will not always
m as a i;uidc to surveyors and
ancient times tho year began
wiwtho autumnal equinox at tho timo
wM the seven stars were seen
thjwnghout tho night, and to this day,
thtfMeca or ancient Mexicans, tho
FiBfans, tho Australians, etc. Prof.
n tolls us, reckon tho yodrs tho
way. Of course this euusos
year to begin fifty seconds later
year, and it is remarkably
strango how tho Australians and Az
tecs, separated as they liavo been,
have continued from timo immemorial
to reckon their timo from tho Pleiades.
Touohiog this question, Professor
Procter Buys: "Tho opooh to whioh
wo can point with some degree of cer
tainty, the year 2170 ii. c, musl bo
long, not to the infancy of astronomy
but to an era when ths science had
mado considerable progress. It is
certain that this epoch is related to
the Pleiades is quite an unmistakable
Do not theso avidenecs touching
tho Pltiados, the Groat Year, and tho
great pyramid suggest that in the
days of Moses oivilizatian was on tho
decline, nnd that long boforo that
period tho human raco had possessed
greater knowledge and higher civiliza
tion than it has since?
Professor Totten,a great rcicntifio
writer, has the distinction of boiog
connected with Yale university, and
ho tolls us that the word Aloyono is
very ancient Arabio, and means the
center, indicating that immenso ages
go, when that star wis nnmod, those
people regarded il as tho center of tho
universe. Ho also informs us that
the word Pleiades, (Plo-ya-dcas) means
tho axle, indicating that in tho most
rcnioto ages, tho human raco had at
tained buoh wonderful knowledge as
to know that our cluster of stars is re
volving around tho seven stars, which
stand out at tho mile-post, dividing
time into periods.of 25,827 yosrs, Tho
Great Year, tho Annus Magnus,
Thurston on Silver.
In response to tho invitation of tho
bimetallic loague asking Mr, Thurs
ton to speak in Lincoln, Mr. Thurs
ton plants himself squarely on tho
platform of tho restoration of silver,
This ia tho platform:
Wo of tho west must havo cheap
monoy not money instrinsically
cheap, but cheap in interest charges
for its use. Wo aro monoy borrowers
and wo need vast sums with whioh to
hasten the dovelopcmcnt of our won
derful resources. Wo havo good so
curity to givo and neither repudiation
nor backruptoy is to bo feared.
But tho amount of money in circu
lation is becoming inadequate for tho
daily commercial necessities of tho
country. It is almost impossible to
day for our local banks to accommodate
their rrgular customers at 10 percent.
They havo not a dollar to loan on the
best paper to nnyono elso.
In 'popular parlancb "money is
Tho country grows so fast that tho
demand increased almost by multipli
cation. An inadequate circulating medium
adds to the rotative value of tho dol
lar and cheapens tho rclativo valuo of
Every debtor must work hardor or
soil more property to meet his obliga
tions than ho otherwise would.
Tho borrower ia compelled to pay a
higher rate of intorost, and, worst of
all, capital is withdrawn from trade,
manufacture and all kinds of enter
prise for the capitalist will not risk
his money in uneortain vonture when
ho oan safely loan it where it pays
At such timo?, too, Uio millionaire
gamblers on Wall street oan so "cor
ner" all the cash in sight as to jeop
ardize the credit of everybody elso.
A stringent monoy market closes
many a shop door and robs thousands
of honest mon of an opportunity to
earn their duily bread. It fosters
combinations and tiusts, it destroys
competition, it makes the rioh richer
and I ho poor poorer.
On the other hand, with plenty of
money in circulation, tho intctcst rato
fails, debts oan be nioro easily paid,
credit is restored, trade revives, man
ufactures incrcaso, communities flour
ish and labor is in demand. All this
happens without injury to anyone
Money ought to bo so plenty in the
United States that it can bo borrowed
for any legitirasto purposo at 3 or 4
par cent. Tho man who has moro of
it than he can profitably uso ought
not to complain at cither of those
Think what -I per cent monoy would
mean to tho west I It would build n
manufactory by every waterfall, doub
lo tho cultivated norengo of every
county, put now life into every enter
prise, .astonish tho census of every
city, lowor every transportation rate,
add to tho prioo of every farm pro
duct, and kindlo the fire of happiness
on every hearthstone.
When tho grcoubackcr dcolarcd
that the government should proyido
money enough to supply ovcry demand
for its use, ho was right.
When ho insisted that an irredeem
able papor was monoy, nn,d would an
swer the same as gold, ho was" wrung;
nd proper intelligence soon discov
ered the error.
But our mountain ranges produced
a metal whioh, until a fow years ng,
was money tho world over, Silver
was ono of the standard coins of tho
United States from tho birth f inde
pondenco until its demonetization
crept into tho statutes of congress,
either by mistake or fraud.
I assert that tho American people,
and especially those of the wst, de
mand tho froe and unlimited coinago
of silver. I do not moan thatho fi
nancial affairs of tho country should
bo carried on by tho actual uso of sil
ver, for it has been demonstrated that
the silver certificate answers better.
Nor am I certain that tho present
standard should bo adhered to. But
let us restore tho law whioh mado sil
ver a legal tender for all. debts, publie
and privato. Lot us ciyo tho right
to any man to depojit tho bullion in
tho treasury and rccoivo for it certifi
cates redeemable in silver coin, and
the great problem of an adequato, flex
ible and stable curroncyis solved,
Tho assertion that a government
can havo too njuch money is not ten
able. Inflation by Wsuanoo of irre
deemable papor is ono thing; expan
sion by coinage is another. If wo
coin all the silver produced in Amer
ica over and above what is used in
manufacturers nnd tho arts we will
not any moro than keep pace with tho
inoroascd demands of our business
growth. Every dollar Issuod in ex
change for silver bullion will find its
way into circulation and a new era of
riie World' Fair.
Here's an estimate of what it costs
to spend a day at tho world's fair,
Boom $1 00
Carfare to and from grounds 10
Admission to Fair 50
Total.... ...... $2.G0
It you want to spend more, you can.
If you can't afford that muoh you can
got along very nicely on considerably
loss. Ask tho local ngent of tho Bur
lington Ilouto for information about
tho best and cheapest way of reaching
Chicago. Excursion rates every day.
"I WUB prostrated with n nnvnrn lilllnim
complaint," writeB Ernutus Huiithworth,
of Uatb, Mo. Attor vainly trjlnj,' a
linmber of remedied, I won lltiully iuducud
to take Ayor'a Pills. I bnd soareoly tok
en two boxes when I wua completely,
RRjfcL'i i ji v "irJa
A cream of tartar baking powdor.
Iliuhcstof all in leavoning strength
Latest Unitod States Government
Rit)al Baking Powder Co.
OS Wall St., N. V
Tho Worltl, Fair.
Tho Heating capacity of tho rcfltaurantB
at tho World.B Fuir grounda is nixty
thousand pooplo. They range all tho
way from tho inodoBt lunch counter
whom you can obtnln tt Rood plain meal '
for thirty or forty contfl, to tho oxpen
hIvo cafo which nerves a six courso din
nor.for two dollars. Lots ot pooplo bring
a lunch basknt wllh thorn arid thus got
through tho day at n merely nominal
A. U. C.
!Astlimn, Bronchitis and Consumption
result from n neRlootod cough or cold.
Don't negleot but care promptly with a
few doses of BoggB Cherry Cough Syrup
Sold by Deyo & Urico.
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Will writo a limited amount of Hnil
Insurance in each section; rates' the
very lowest. No chargo for pilioy.
Insure to-day, to-mnrrow it may bo
too Into. Losses adjusted promptly.
Call and sco me. Ciias. SoiiAf KNIT,
offico over post office, Red Cloud, Neb.
Of tho Burlington Routo'e half rato,
excursions to Hot Springs, S. D.,
which begin July 15th. Tho local
agoat will gladly tell you all about
A New Joko
On tho liver. When it ia out. of order
nnd you fool blue, try a few doses of
Beggn'Littlo Giant Pill. Yourliver Will
oppreclato tho jolce. So will you. For
eulo by Doyo A Cltlco.
Pumps nnd Windfall!.
I havo a fino line of pumps and
windmills, and if you want any of
them you should see mo for prices
James Peterbn, Red Cloud
Lnst fall I wub taken with a kind of
summer complaint, accompanied with u
wonderful diarrhoea. Soon 'after my
wife's Bister, who was living with us, wno
tnkon in the sumo way. Wo nsod almost
everything without benefit Then I said,
let ua try Chamberlain's Cplio. Glioluru
und Dlnrrhwn Remedy, which we dldr
nnd that cured us right .away. I think
much of it, as it did for mo what it was
recommended to do. John Herlzler,
Ilethol, Berks Co., Pa. 23 nnd CO cent
bottlos for nale by Deyo &, Grice.
Hair Rates to Hot Springs, S. D
From July 15th to August 15th,
tho Burlington Route will soil round
trip tiokets to Hot Springs, S. D., at
tho one-way rato. This arrangement
onablcs you to visit the greatest
health and pleasure resort in, tho
west at a very wodcra'to out-lay for
railroad faro. Ask tho lboal agent
for full information.
Those Wonderful Giants In
i If yon wish to boo them call on Doyo it
Gnoe and ask for Beggfl Little Giant
rills. Every bottle guaranteed.
and induces sleen.
Prompt to Apt; ;;?
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