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4 Eternal Vigilance is the Price of I-iberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
By A. C. Hosmkr.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Ned., Friday, September 22, 1893.
Vol.21. No. 9
Subscription, SI Per Annum,
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is, tsUMlio prlcu vv 111 be f t .'J3.
Entered at tln Post OMlco In ltcd Cloud, Nob.,
as mall nuitlerof thesieund class
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Nix months 3 "0
Three months 2 00
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ceived nt this oflko not later tli. in Wednesday.
Advertisements cannot bo onlcieil out tor
tho cut rent week later than Thursday.
U. Ac. M. K, It. Time Table.
TakliiK elTect Auir. 13.
Tralnscatrjlui; passengers leave Itcd Cloud as
KASI' VIA HASTINGS.
No. 112 Passenger to Hasting 1:00 p. in.
No. lit Passenger fnm Hastings 11:03. ui.
KAST VIA WYMOKK
No. 16, 1'asseiiKer to St. Joseph St.
LoiHsuudt'lik'aueditllv lOMOa. os.
No. 15 Passengers for Denver, dally, i:W p. in
J. S. EMItttT,
It 1 1) Cloud, - Njbrabka
ver Tayler'e Fira.ltara Mare.
l'.ntraets teeth vvllheut pain.
Ciewn and brute vserk specultr.
feu-elaUi inUjr, and all kind, at cold llllnss.
Makes uld and rubber platss and ceinblnutloa
All work guaranteed te be first-class.
W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Bed Cloud, N'cbrnsKU.
Offlco opposite First National Dank,
U. M.KxnmluIng Mirgcnn.
Chronic dlsra-.es Healed Iit mall.
Wlll attend sales nt reasonable flguics,
I action gimnviu-en.
I II. SMITH,
RED CLOUD, NEUKARKA.
I do n strictly fnrm Insurance and iniil
and iuvite nil to see mo.
Moon Block, BED CJ.OUD, NEB.
Collections rotnptly nttended to.
I'uruiskcd I'.xprcssly for The)
Ciiicf for Webster County
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Moon Block, - HBD CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly ntteudod to, and
Allnrnrv at Liu.
lied Clout!, - KvbruNkn.
Office Up stairs, in Moon Block,
over Fair Store.
EO. O. YE1SEB,
Itcul Estate, Insurance
iiutt Collection A;ciil,
Moon Block, - Bed Cloud, Neii
4th Avenui:, - Rr.D Cloud, Nedbabia.
rirat-clussbnrbsrs and tlrut oIiibq work
gnnranteod Cliya men mill
Red Cloud, NebniMliti.
I giva tny pornounl nttentlon lo my
pitrons. FirHt-olai's shaving nnd hair
cnttlnff n specialty.
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, Hats s Caps.
Are you aMare that you can buy suits there
Very Cheap for your kids ?
We Imve been enabled to buy n nitieli belter pnulo or goods,
wlileli U'eciin acll Mt Hume prieeN or inferior grade or I ant
season. WHY f ESceutis wlillu In market wo found
every imiuufaetiirer nuxtous to get hold of ready cask.
You will Find
our slock complete in
every line, and we will
be pleased to serve you
in such a manner as to
hold your trade in the
Ited Cloud, Nebraska.
Conveyancer, Heal frMate, Loan
Iiiauruueu uud Pension A cent.
I especially invito jou to call on me for
nuytliing in my lino. Loans made on
farm property nt lov-zcst rates.
Herman Insurance Co , Hreeport.III.
ltoval iiisiiinncH l'o.. Liverpool. hiiKlund,
llninu Fire Insiiraiioii Co., o( Omaha, Nebr.
1'liicnlx AssuraucH Go, of Lonilon. linn.
(ierinau Insurance Co, of (Jiiliioy, HI.
(iu.irdlan Assuiaucti :h.,oi wmdon, l.nir.
Uurllnntou Insurauve Co. of llurllnntoii, low;
BUttsh AnierJca Asf iranca l.o. Toronto, Can.
Omefi orer PoBtomtfft.
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Men and Boys Shoes !
Coi)rlu1itcil by T.T. Foster.)
St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 122. Mi
last bulletin gave forecasts of the
storm waves to cross tho continent,
from September 19th to 2UJ, and 2fith
to lilt tli, ami the next will reach the
Paeiliu coast about the HOtli, cross (he
western mountains by closo of Oct.
ht, the great central valleys from 2d
to -till, and tho eastern states about
The warm wave will cros3 tho west
ern mountains about September liOth,
the great central yallcys about October
2d, and the eastern states about the
i tli. Tho cool wavo will cross the.
western mountains about October ltd,
the great central valleys about the
)th, and the eastern states about the
From October 1st to 9th will aver
a;c warmer than usual; from 10th to
20th cooler than usual, and from 2ht
to Hist, warmer than usual.
It is probable that we sco on the
sun only the Fpots caused by sun
hurricanes. This is indicated by the
positions oocupied by the spots, most
of which arc seen between 0 and 30
degrees of north and south latitudes,
or within two narrow strips, only
nbout 20 degrees in width, extending
around the pun north and south of its
equator, leaving another central strip
at the equator about 20 degrees wide
within which spots aro seldom scon.
Hurricanes have their homes on the
largo oceans on tho earth, and by
analogy wo aro led to believe that such
iu tho condition on the sun. Wo havo
tlirco great oceans on tho earth, on
which, north of tho equator, ore
fuund tho great hurricano field, and
these fields nro located on the' earth
in positions similar to tho positions on
thosun where the great suu spots are
Wo htvo what are known as the
West India hurricanes which move
along the earth's equator in a westeily
direction till they reach the Wind
ward islands where they turn to the
north west and enter the West India
islands, and then pass to tho north
aad the cast. Tlicso have great forcj
only when near the Went Indies.
In the Pacific ocean eouth of China
la another lavonte Held of tno des
tructive hurricanas and wo often hear
of them about tho Phillipiuc islands.
The third hurricane field is found in
the Indian ocean, and great datiapc
results to India fretn that class of
Iu each of thceo fields tho hurri
canes move in an irregular semi-circle,
and if wo compare paths of these
earth hurricanes with tho paths of
tho sun ppotp, wo find a wonderful
similarity in their movements,
The high baroniotrrs developed on
tlio continent s a totult of tlicn-3 gicat
liturieatiCH, would piobably form
greater spots whon viewed fiotn out
side than would the hunioanes, tlio
most notable difference bo'ng (hat
they whirl in opposit directiot,i.
Tho high batouitlers developed on
tjio continent n? n result of those
great humeanes, would probably
form greater spots when viewed fiom
outside than would tho hurricanas,
the most uotublo d ffeioneo being that
tlisj whirl in opposite dircolions,
Tho force nnd number of our hur
ricanes and other storms iucreaso and
decrenso in proportion to tho num
ber and size of :mn spots, and tho
incieaso and decrease of magnetic
influences and ntirorns on tho earth
decrease of sun ppots. Tlicso are
facts accepted by all scientists.
Dr. Yccdcr and others claim that
the sun spots cauio tho magnctlo
storms nnd auroras on the earth. I
contend that when tho planets occu
py disturbing positions, tho magnctio
disturbance caused thereby becomes
tho common cause of sun spots, earth
storms, nuroras, etc,
But when it comes to provo the
correctness of this theory it is no
easy task. Jupiter has long boon re
garded ns the ruling causo of fun
spots, but tho pctiods do not agree.
Jupiter's revolution around the Min
requires 11 8(5 yenn", and tho aycrnge
suit spot maxima occur 11. 1 j ears
apart. This would bring tho suu spot
period sometimes whon Jupiter is
nearest the suu, nnd sometimes when
he is farthest away. Out great as
tronomers havo pointed out these dis
creponcics and concluded that Jupiter
has nothing to do with tho spoti on
the sun. Prof. Young, whoso books
aro extensively used in our great in
stitutiotiH of learning, says: "There
is very little rcasou for supposing that
Jupiter has any considerable influence
on sun spots."
Time was when our great scientists
were nccoptcd as oracles, but that limo
no longer is. Their word is no longer
the law. Instead of being law, a
A cream of tnrtar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest United States Government
Roynl linking Powder Co.
IOO Willi St., N. V.
question mark follows every assertion
To "illustrate: Years of work were
bestowed by eminent scicnt'sts in
vestigating tho influence of tho moon
on our weather, and after a long series
of records comparing the moon's first
quartor, full moon, third quarter, cto ,
with tho woathcr, it was gravoly an
nounced that tho moon has no appre
ciable inilurnco on the weather. From
tho mystio traditions of tho dark ages,
whero was born tho legends of a fulso
astrology, has como lo our time a be
lief that tho (.hanger oC tho moon
bring changes of tho weather. An
idea with no underlying truth, and
this the great scientists havo investi
gated, and became no truth was found
in that tradition, tho real influences
of the moon havo been disoatded, or
rather havo not, by them, boon inves
tigated. So it is as to Jupiter and
the sun fpott.
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A litllo boy of Mrs. MaDonnUI'n, living
noarhire, fell ngnlnst n red hot stovonnd
wns fearfully burned. Tho pain was ter
rible, nnd it was thought tho burn was
bo soveio ns to scar tho child for lifo. I
sold the lady a bottl ot Chnmborlnin'H
Pnin Halm, which, nftor greuaing tho
Bore, fihe applied. It noon removed nil
tho tiro and eased the pnin, nnd iu ten
days tlis loy wne well, no trnco of tho
aonr romnining. J. I). Ma baron, Koys
port, Clinton Co., 111. For enlo by Djyo
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This has been n very tinfortunnlo yrf.r
for tho working cIiibs of our city. Worlt
lioing penrco and low wngoB did not give
tliom nny opportunity to lay up n Millie
iniit amount to boo them thiough tlio
winter which is cIdmi nt liniul. Foryearfl
piiBt wo have boon patching up our RtrenU
nnd Buffering tho strong odors in'ised
by accumulated tilth for want of drain-
ago. It is my opinion that now is tin
timo to begin, tho vvoilc ot paving aid
putting in n power njBtom, which will
glvo tho unemployed of our town some
thing to do.
OI)K KIHJCATIOMAl. COLUMN.
HV D. M. HUNTER, CO. BUPT.
Tho first cdaoational mooting of
this )car in this county was held at
tho school houso in D'st. No. 4 south
of Guido Bock on last Thursday eve
ning September 1-1 th.
Tho meeting was well attended and
quite an interest was manifested in
tho causo of education.
Tho questions of tho query 'box
were discussed by thoso present.
Tho discussion of this question
brought out a fow different opinons,'
in regard to various suhjeots. If tho
remainder of tho cducatioual meetings
during tho year was as well alt?ndol
and interesting as this one was, thoy
will prove a success. Tho next one
will bo held at tlio school houso in
Dist. Ho, 3 south of Inavale, on
Thursday evening of this week Sep 21.
A largo attendance is expected at
tho Cowlcs teachers meeting next
Saturday Sep. 23d.
The following districts were visited
by tho Co, Supritondent previous to
Svp 10th, and tho number enrolled,
tho number present on tho day of the
visit, and tho enumeration of the
school children of caoh district ac
cording to oaucus of Juno 1893 aro
1)1 ST. NO. IIOLL. PIIESKNT.
72 23 18 16
53 -IS 2G 25
13 51 32 26
70 32 14 14
19 27 15 15 l
IG 33 19 19
4 20 21 15
10 44 21 19
At tho south sohool in district No.
78 Micro is a larger enrollment this
term than duringny other term for
several 3 oars.
District No. 72 and 4 tako tho load
in tho per cont, of tho enumeration
In somo of tho districts not ono
hall of tho number enumerated aro
enrolled iu tho schools. Of courso
there aro a fow of school ago in nearly
every district, cither married or em
ployed on tho farm or in the kitohen
by tho week or month, but it is evi
dent that there should be a greater
number enrolled in somo schools,
(From tho Troy (Kansuo) Chief)
Some years ngo we were very ranch
subject to sovoro spells of cholera mor
bus', nnd now when wo foel nny ot the
symptoms that usually pneeed ,hat ail
ment, such us HloknoER at tba stomach
dinrrhoou, etc., we become scary. We
havo found Chnmborlaln'a oollo, eholera
nnddlurrhttnnmody tho very thing to
ntrnlghten one out in such cases, and al
ivnvn IriMtn it nhr.iit. We nre not writing
I'tirktv' Couyk Syrup. for pny testimonial, but to lot our
ITnn ln.on.in lil.-lilv iwmmnni1i.l In lift r. Hilars KI10VT WlUlt IS a BOOU ttlliB to
tlmt wo Imvo tulten tho ngiuey for iti nd hop in tho fcouec. For buIo by Doyo &
now ohk onr friends who tiro suffering , unco.
with a cold to givo it 11 trial and if it. doc h
not giro satisfaction yimr money will bo
minuted, nvory bottle ih ftold on n pos
ltlvo gimrnnteo. Piico $1.00. Hold by
C. L. Cottlng.
In order to redijco iitock, wo will sell
nil fanny rockers for 15 pur cent discount
for 30 dnys. Now is tho limn it you want
Tho republican electors of tho 2d ward
will moot nt the Fireruans hull, at H
o'clock p. m., Monday, September 23th,
tor tho Btleotion of delegates .o tho county
convention, nnd for tho transaction of
such other business ns tnny come before
C. V.Kai.!'.y, Committeeman,
! Ui iii Ui Ui Ui Ui UiiiiiiiUiUiUiUiUiUiUiUi
Rett Clocd, . NEtmASK
is in accord with the inorcaso and
a nlco rookor. I'1. V. 1 atloij.
rrem tft iMga.Mi
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