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inters fur Denver, dally
10! 40 a. m,
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J. S. JUMKitJ,
in Cloud, - Neiiraska.
Over Tttylor'a I'urulturc Slor.
Extracts teeth without naln.
i'rown mid bridge work a specialty,
porcelain Inlay, and all kinds of koM IUIIiiks.
4 v;es told and rubber plates uud combination
V ,i work tmarautccd to bo first-class.
W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Red Cloud, Neumann.
Otllco opposite Plrst National Dunk.
U. H.l'.xiimlnliiK surgeon.
Clironlo diseases treated bv mall.
r L. WINFltEY,
Heu Cloud, - Nehimska.
Will attend sales nt reasonnblo Ukuics. Satis-
I H. SMITH,
KED OLOUD, NE13RARKA.
I do a Btrictly farm insurnnco nud invito
nnd invito nil to nee me.
Moon Block, BED CJiOUD, 'NEB.
Collections promptly nttondod to.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Moon Bi.ocft, - RED CLOUD, NEU.
Collecti.ns promtitly nttondod to, nnd
Attorunr nl Luiv.
Red Cloud, IVebriiKkn.
Office Up Htairs, in Moon Block,
over Fnir Store.
EO. O. YEISEB,
Real EKtnte, liitturunco
uud Collcetlnt; Agent,
Moon Block, - Bed Cloud, Ned
iili Avknui;. Rr.v Ci.oud, Neuuaska.
FlrBt-olflfls bnrbors nnd llrflt-cliiea work
uunnmteod Oivomoncnll wurts
Red Cloud, Ncbranliu.
I give my personal nttontion to my
patrons. First-class shaving and hair
cnttinj? n specialty.
Red Cloud, Ncbrntikn.
Conveyancer, Real Entitle, Loan
IiiHUrauee nud I'enslon Agent.
I esneoially invito you to call on me for
nnythini; in my line. Loans made on
farm proporty nt lowest rntos.
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ttoval imiiiMfci Co., Liverpool, KiiKiand.
iliiinu Klro liiMuanen Co., ol Omaha, Nebr.
I'lm-nlJc Assnraiico Co. of London. IJmk.
flennau lnhunineoCo.pl Uuliioy, III.
iiminiinii As4iirniiea (;).. of London, l.im.
iiiirllimt"" IiihuraucoCo, or lluilliiton, Iowa,
llrltuh America AssnruiU'u to. Toronto, Can.
. Ollico ovor Postolllco.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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Jernal Vigilance is the
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To School !
Do you want them to look well dressed ?
Do you know WIENER has just
received all his fall stock of
Boys and Children's
Clothes, Hatsi Caps.
Are you aware, that you can buy suits there
- Very Cheapfor your kids ?
Wo Iihvc been enabled to buy a much belter grade of goodx,
uiiicli we can hcII til same price or Inferior grndc or hint
Mcutfon. WHY f lle'cauiie while In market wc round
every nianul'iraliirer uiixIoiim to get hold ol' ready cattli.
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Men and Boys Shoes !
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Price of Liberty," and
Red Cloud, Webster County,
You will Find
our stock complete in
every line, and wc will
be pleased to serve you
in such a manner as to
hold y6ur trade in the
sSffy r.ftW JWfB' f SS1
One Dollar a year is
Neb., Friday, September 1, 1893.
FiirnUlicd Uxprctttly for The
Clilef fur Webster County.
ICopjrlKhtcdby W.T. Foster.
St. Joseph. Mo. Sept, 2. My
Inst bulotin gavo forecasts of tho
storm Tfavo to crosa tho continent
from September 2nd to Ctk And tho
next will reach the Pacific coast but
7th, cross tho western mountains bj
closo of tho 8th, the great oentral va'
ley from 9th to 11th, and tho eastern
states about the 12th.
This will be a aevcro storm throug
out its journey across the continent,
and will probably do some damage in
tho Mississippi valley.
Tho warm wave will cross the west
ern mountains nbout tho 7th, tho
great central valloys about tho Oth,
nnd the eastern states about tho 11.
Tho cool wavo' will cross the western
mountains about tho 10th, tho greet
central valloys about tho 12th, and
tho eastern states about tho 14th.
Rainfall will be more generally dis
tributed during September than it was
during August. The heaviest and
most concentrated rains will occur
while tho storm wavo of tho 8th to
12th is crossing tho continent.
81'OTS ON THE SUN.
Tho high barometers of .our earth
storm explains the spots on the sun.
Young is generally accepted author
ity on astronomy, and ho sajs: "Fayc
moro recently proposed, and now
maiy-tUins a theory which has numer
ous good points about it, and is ao
coptcd by many. Ho believes that
sun spots are analogous to storms on
tho earth, being eyolones, duo to the
fact that tho portions of tho sun's
surfaco near tho equator mako thoir
revolutions in a shorter time than
those in higher latitudes. Tho theory
explains tho distributing of spots
which abound precisely in the regions
where this relative drift is at its max
ium." Prof Young raises tho objection
that if sun spots arc caused by sun
storms, all tho spots should bo oyclon
io, and manifest tho spiral motion.
Ho forgot that wo look in at tho top
of tho sun spots where, as a rule, we
cannot soo tho spiral motion that ex
ists near tho body of tho sun. At
the top of tho spot tho thin cirrus
clouds aro moving in nearly straight
lines and do-not, as wo know of our
high barometers on earth, manifest
any spiral motion until tho clouds
havo sunk deep into tho spot as they
approach tho body of tho sun.
Professor Young aud Faycc err in
calling tho spots cyclones and storms,
for they aro nearly all anti-oycloncs
and tho very roverso of storms, for
thoy nro tho same as our clearest
weather following or proceeding tho
storm. Tho storm contcr is full of
clouds that aro tho brightest spots on
tho sun, and the spiral motion upward
is observed from our viow.
Professor Young says that if tho
sun Fpot aro equal to our storms, tho
whirl should be in tho samo direction
on tho samo sides of tho equator.
That is also an error. While our low
barometers usually contain n cloud
ring encircling tho centre of tho low,
tho centre of well developed storms
almost unuorsally contains a clear
spuco., 300 to 500 miles in diameter,
whero the darkest of decp-bluo skies
aro scon, and if wo wero viowing these
oarth storms from tho moon or ono of
tho othor planets, we would aco a dark
spot surrounded by bright faeuliu.
Tho latter would, of course, bo tho
aloud belt in tho oloud wavo surround
ing tho low barometer, and tho whirl
in tho northorn hemisphere would bo
coutrary to the bauds of the watch.
the Price of The Chief.
If wo wero looking at tho larger spots
on earth or sun that aro tho high bar
ometers, tho whirl would bo in tho op-
posito direction, or with the hands of
tho watoh. Thcrcforo Prof, Young's
objection that tho whirl would bo all
in one dirootion, if tho spots on tho
sun aro caused by storms is not good,
Prof. Young says that tho influence
of sun spots on tho earth has been
porfcotly demonstrated, that when
sun spots aro numerous, magnetic
storms arc numerous nnd violent on
tho earth, Thoro ho stops and con
eludes that tho spots aro caused by
volcanic eruptions throwing dobris
high above tho sun which falling back
on tho sun, somewhat cooler than tho
sun's surface, causes a contraction
and depression. Thus ho accounts
for sun spots.
But ho fails to suggest how a vol
cano on the sun can causo magnetic
storms on earth, I would account
lor tho coincidence by saying that
sun and planets aro revolving, spher
ical moving magnets and affect each
other in accord with tho laws of mag-
natistn in suoh cases. Thcrcforo
when a planet passes a plaeo whore
tho magnetic equilibrium of tho sun
is disturbed, the increased cnorgy
of tho magnctio lines of foroo cause
sun spots or sunstorms, earth auroras,
and increase tho foroo of tho earth's
perpetual storm waves.
Professor Young admits 'that in
vestigations nppcar to indicato that
the sun spots havo an influence on tho
cyclones or hurricanes of tho Indian
ocean. Volcanoes on tho sun cannot
reach our hurricanes with their heat,
But our scientists around tho weather
buroau at Washington claim that all
of our storms aro caused by heat. I
do not sco how heat from tho sun's
volcanoes can causo great hurricanes,
great magnetic atorms and great
aurorap on tho earth all at tho sumo
timo but I can readily understand that
all theso and tho sun spots may havo
their origin in an inoroaso in tho mag
Tho world is only beginniug to learn
of tho properties of magnetism and
electricity, two names for ono object,
tho umcronco being about tho same
as tho difference between clear and
muddy water. This form of matter
wo know of but cannot sco, is begin
ning to bo recognized as tho molivo
power of tho universe, and ere long
our altronomcrs and tcaohors in astro
physics must recognize that all storms,
sun spots, auroras and changes of tho
barometer, aro tho results of magneito
action, caused by tho influonco of the
sun, moon and planets on each othor.
I hopo to demonstrate tho correctness
of theso assertions ero I get to tho
end of this discussion.
If you aro going to school this full,
put this paper in your poukot nnd proa
out it tit tho ollico of tho Western Nor
mal College, Lincoln, Nobraaku, when
yon register hh it studont und you will
secure your cur faro at tho rato of 100
miles por term of tun weekn until your
car furo from your homo to Lincoln tins
been paid. Tho Western Normal' Colli go
in ono of tho grcutctsl Rcliooln in tho
United States und this opportunity is
givon to tent its meritn. Full turm emu
indices Tuesday September Gtlt. You
ium enter nt any time. No exiiminittloun.
Do not cut this uriiclo out but bring
the paper with you.
The . A. .R Encampment
August 30th, to Soptembor .')rd, tho
Burlington llouto will sell round trip
tickets to IiidiantipoIiB at very low rates.
Tickets will bo good vlu Chicago or St.
Louis us prcfercd nnd will admit of stop
ovor ut oithor of thoRo cities. If you
nro going to IndunupoliB, lake the liur
llii'Mon Houtofulnoty per cent of Nob
rasku's old eoldiora will go with you) nnd
enjoy ull ot tho advantages of fast time,
niugniilcont equipment, und through
service, which ouly that railroad can
Vol.21. No. 6
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Highest of all in IcavonioK strength
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OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN.
11Y D. M. HUNTER, CO. SUIT.
Tho following districts have engaged
tcncherH for their schools as follows:
Dlst. No. I. Job. Dresbnck, Carrie
Bill, Mrs. Myra D. Flotcher.
Dist. No. 2. Geo. M. Custer, Mn. O.
C. Case, II. 0. Probasco, Fidelia 8chalT
nit, Lulu Warrior, Mary E. Nye, Nellie
West, Rhodn Wuddoll, Dorn Henderson
Dist, No.' 3 Jas. M. Scolos.
Diet. No. 1 Alma L. Peters.
" " G-Moy Bunker.
" " 0 Lulu Barber. .
" ' 7 Daisy 3raft.
" " 10-EllaVanWoert...
" " 12-Mnrio Taylor.
" " IB Lore MoBride.
" " 17 Donald Pope.
" " 17 Lulu A. Ayer.
" " 18-A. W. Richardson. .
" " 21 Daniel M. Gather.
" " 21-MrB. Minta Boren.
it yo-W. II. Grant.
" " 28 Maudo Greenleo.
" " UO-Mamo P. Bealo.
" " Dl A. N. Alqulst. Annie Roth.
" " 3 Maudo Orchard.
" " ai-Retta Abel.
' " ur.-Lulu Albin.
" " 30 J. L. Springer.
" " i)7 Nancy Leivia.
" " 11-Edith Davis.
" 42 Mary Furquhur.
" " 43-Blanche Arnold.
' " 40-Mnbel Day.
" " 47 Goorgiu Prathor.
" " 49-Alvin Tope.
" " 61 Maggie Granoy.
" " GO Anna Cockrall.
" " G8-Sarah L. Fishor.
" ' W5-8. Frisbio.
" " 01 Loua A. Bailey. .
" " C2-Ida E. Sayer.
" ' nu-Oscar A. Arnold.
" " (It Thorton Foe.
" " Cc Bollo Spnnogle.
" " U0-Einl!y L. Robinson.
" " C8-Josio Mlllor.
" " 70-N. L. D. Smith.
" " 72-Lottie Roby.
" ' 73--J. R. Btrader, Mabel
Dlst. No. 74.-J. R. Thorton, Mary E.
Boale, Clnrn Hoover, Marion Thorton.
Dist. No. 75-Chns. Foe.
Drat. No. 70 Lulu Potior.
" " 77 Mao Hobart.
" " 80 Jc'sslo HolyoroBB.
" " 82-Edna Edson.
The schools generally oommenco on tho
4th of Soptembor.
Tho first educalionnl meeting will bo
held nt tho school houeo in Dist. No. 4,
on Thursday evening, Sept. 11, 1893.
Tho nrst teachors'moetiiig will be hold
ut Cowlen, on Sutureay, September 23d,
The liret First Grado class meeting
will bo hold at Red Oloud, on Saturday,
Uoptomber 30, 181)3.
wo desiro that tho meetings be well
nttondod, that an interest bo taken in ed
ucational work, uud that the attendance
und the interest may both inoieasoas the
work of the houooI your prog res we.
Superintendent John Bnett, Han Fran
cisco: Knthuslnsm is the secret ot suc
uewi in teaching,
Win. Eastman, SaUm, Ohio, President
ot School Iiaurd: The effort to Becure
ornnmentiil school grounds not only edu
cates and call? out tho liner feelings of
our pupils, but oporntos as a softeninir
ntid u refining intluenco over those who
havo loft thoir sohool days behind.
To purify, vitollre and enrich tho blood,
und give nerv, bodily and digestive
strength, take Hood'aSareapariUa. Ce.
tinuo the modicine after every meal (or a
month or two, '
Hood's Pills cure constipation, JWo,
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