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JB. V 91. K, U. Time Tnble.
Taking effect AUir. 13.
Tralnscarrjlm; passengers leave Ked Cloud as
No. 142 rassetiger to Hasting 3:00 p. m.
No. lit Tassenger from Hastings 7:30 p.m.
EAST VIA WYMOHK
No. to. Passenger to fit. Joseph St.
Louis and chicuge dally - lOUO . m,
No. IS Passengers tor Denver, dally, 6 ;15 p. m
11. J. S.
Rkd Cloud, - Nebraska.
Over Taylor' VnrQltaro Store.
Extracts teeth vrttheut pain.
Crown und nrtdge work a specialty,
j'orxjelaln inlay, and all kinds of gold Olllngs.
Jlakrs gold and rubber plates and combination
-All'porw gunrauteed to be first-class.
TULLEYS, M. D.
ltcd Cloud, IVcbrusKU.
OfDco opposite Vlrst National Dank.
U. KKxamlnlng Surgeou.
Ohronln diseases treated bv mall.
r L. WIFBEY,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Will attend sales at reasonablo figures. Satis
I H. SMITH,
RED CLOUD, NEDRARKA.
I do a strictly farm inaaranoe nnd invite
aad invite all to Bee me.
Moon Block, RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to.
r C, CASE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
. ! Alloraer at Law.
He4 Cloud, Nebraska.
3OrvioE Up stairs, in Moon Block,
Javcr Fair Store.
EO. O. YEISER,
Real Estate, Insurance
and Collecting Agent,
Moon Block, - Red Cloud, Neu
4th' Avknub, - B'kd Cloud, Nkdbaska".
tfirat-clas barbern and first olass work
gnarnntPi d Give mo a call
Ked Cloud, 'y . - Isobranka.
I give my if rnonnl attemiou to my
pittqns. FirttclaBs shaving nnd bnir
V t tRrmnii InsuranciH'o., I'reeKrt, III.
,ty.iC Itoyal iiisitiuncH Co,, Liverpool, Knsland.
' ' Home Kite Insurant Co.. of Oinahn. Nebr.
, riimnlx Assurance Co. of Lomlou. hug.
' Herman Insurance Co, ot Qiilucy, III.
(luatUlan AKsurancf (:o.,or IxuhIoii, Kn.
Butllnnton Insurame Co. of lluillunton, town.
firltUa America AsBiirnuoe Co. loionto, nil.
,) 'tOfllco over Poutofllae.
Amboy, od Cloud and Rlvnrton,
: make as good Jlour no is in ide ir tho
' stqto, Vly buy foreign made Hour
when you van Ret juBt as good n mnko at
home, Brd, theroby inolto n bet tnr m.trket
for the f-trmors wheat. You will fiudall
.bif)tjadiittheBboVo mills at Mc-
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, November
Is no Robbery !
And are prepared
; value int.
v & 't,!-.',
f Winter Suits,
, - Gloyes
j And, in fact every
We are the .Oldest Established
Clbthine House iij Webster county, ami
have always carried IJrefflargest. and best se
lected stock, aiicl'niade prices'thathave never
: Make it
Td see us when1 yoU.
to give you its full ,
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thing, a man wears.
need anything in our
. The Pioneer Clothier.
Our Choice for '96.
MAJOR WM. McKINLEY,
Qovornor of Ohio.
HON. C. F. MANDEIISON.
Furnished Eiprcitily for The
Chief for Webster County
tConyrluhfea by W. T. Foster.
St. Jobei'H, Mo, Nov. 25. My
Inst bulletin gavo forecasts of tho
storm waves to cross tho contiucnt
from 22, to 2G, and 28, to Dcoember
2, Tbo next will rcnoli tho PaciCo
coast about December 3, and will bo
of very considcrblo energy. It will
cross tho western mountains by close
of the 4, tliogtcat central valleys from
5, to 7, and tho eastern states about
A cold wave of ruoro than average
fnreo will follow this disturbance It
may bo expected on tho crest of the
Rocky mountains about tho G, tho
great central valloya tho 7 or 8, and
tho caBtorn 'states about the 0 or 10.
Tho preceding wurm wave will cross
the western meuntains about tho '3,
tho groat central valloys about tho 5
and tho eastern states about the 7.
J3 LATENT HEAT.
This tortu is so much uscXby scien
tists thai its meaning must bo under
stood in order to get valuo out of their
Wator or any mineral or metal, can
bo transformed into vapor by heat, or
a sufficient ohargo of electricity. Tho
process of vaporizing a substanco will
cause heat, and if tho vapor bo sudden
ly obndehsed into a solid, heat will re
sult. Tho-' vapors appoar to contain no
heat, and that which results in heat is
whilo in the vapors, called lutenthcat.
I claim that latoat heat, so called, is
not heat but electricity, that clcotrici
ty, not heat, is tho forco that expands
matter, and that tbo'withdrawal of the
oleotrosphere about tho eatno bb sta
tio clccricity cause gasscs vopors and
other matter to collapse or condense
Thcroforo beat is a only rosult
whilo electricity is tho cause. Tho
old orthodox soUntists roverBC this,
and claim that heat is tho oause, and
electricity tho effect. DiBOUssing
theso questions, Waller Sidgreavcs,
ono of the foremost scientific authori
ty of tbo present time, says: "All tho
heat of dissooiated matter Is absolute
ly latent, "This word, dissociated,
has refcreneo vto expanded matter
liko tho grassesor other."
Prof. Sidgreavcs further says: "Dis
sooiated matter oannot part with heat;
it has its fill and can receive no moro
and oan only transmit whut comes to
it." This muikhavo refcreneo only to
tho other of Bpkce, for in it we find
tho only sato of iHia,to expansion.
Any grosser mailer, as the gasscs, will
further expand when more electricity
or latent heat, as they call it is in
troduced, Again, he says; "Tho tempature of
dissociation is the maxitim tempera
ture of matter. The potential enorgy
of dissociated matter, is very great, re
sponding to its great latent host."
Yes; a thunder oloud.is full. of latent
heut and as cold as io'e; If an ordi
nary cloud, having1 but littlo latent
heat oleojrioity comes nor it, tho
surplus electricity of tbo overcharged
cloud passes to the weakly charged
cloud till tho two aro equally charged.
That change of electricity from ono
cloud to the other; 'shows the poten
tUl, or power, taUtd latsat hsat, that
the Price of The Chief.
was stored up in tho first cloud. Let
us call it plain electricity, and then
all will understand it.
I further quote: "Dissociated mat
ter cannot bo confined by asioalatcd
matter, but pormoatcs all forms of
chemical structures." That, as I be
lieve, is the ether of space, from which
all things aro made, the accumulations
of which constitute everything that is.
Thoro can bo no empty space; no vao
uutn can exist, If we take gross mat
ter out (ho other immediately takes
its place, for as Prof. Sidgrcavcd de
clares, tho ether can neither bo ex
olunded nor confined; it passeB
through tho hardest steel, through
glass, through tho most perfcat insu
lators, ns though they wcro not.
If we understood nature's process,
tvo could tako a million cubio feet of
ether and condenso it into a grain of
ponder, aud then if wo know how to
causo a certain explosion, we would
liavo un explosive ten thousand times
moro powerful than dynamito. But
we can only rcsolvo tho grain of pow
der into gasscs and attenuated grains
of carbon called smoke, probably fill
ing a spaco of one cubio foot, whilo a
porfoot explosion would causo the mil
lion grains of gasscs and carbon to ex
plode, each occupying a cubio foot of
spaco, or altogether a million feet in
stead of tho pinhsad space occupied
by tho grain of powder.
This condensation of ether into a
grain of powder and tho expansion of
that grain of powder back to a million
cubic feet of ether illustrates all that
is ol lifo and motion. In tho process
is found tho latent hoot of tho soicn
tists and its potential, or power. In
it is found the foroo called electricity
In the storing up of that energy is
found the origin of motion, tho build
ing of worlds, tho power that rotates
our earth, all the planets and all the
suns on their axes, revolves our huh,
and all the suns to tho outskirts of the
milky way, around their own great
This enorgy is probably called la
tent heat becnuso in tho process of
condensing or expanding matter heat
roBults. Not, as I cluim, because there
is really any latent or dormant heat,
but bocauss"of friction. When a grain
of powdor suddonly expands into o
oubio foot of volume, the expanding
matter makes lightning speed, and
thcroforo friction against tho atmos
nhoro results in heat. If the cxpan-
sion wbh gradual, no scnsiuio neat
Whoever ean understand how friction
causes beat can understand tho origin
Tho wood Gro, the burning match,
the furnaco of coal fire, aro causos of
matte'r expanding with such force as to
ouaso friction on it h condensed self
and on tho surrounding atmosphere
No part of tho matorial is destroyed
by what wo call fire. Tho matter only
expaads, goes bask into that oundition
in which it was before it was condensed
into wood or coal.
, i .
When wo come to study tho tornado,
tho hurricane, thosunspot. light, heat,
electricity, magnetism, animal life,
death, decay, keep in mind that mo
tion is an underlying cause, and that
tbo i original causo of all mot on is
found in the condensations ana expan
sions of matter. Tho ether being the
original and natural form, tho con
densation of other is the erlinal
causo of motion and lifo. Why tho
other condenses is beyond the kon of
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Thanksgiving Proclamation by
State of Nebraska. To the people
of tho state of Nebraska, greeting:
Observing a revered institution of a
pious ancestry, and ocouring in tho
proclamation of the President of tho
United States, I do hereby appoint
Thursday Novomaer 30, 1893, a day
of thanksgiving and prayer through
out this state. With that sonse of
gratitudo which should moyo people
who, during tho year now drawing to
a cIobo, have boon favored .with plea
tiful crops and an absonco of storms
unit nnif ilAfirtft 1tt tin .. fAm Htiai
noss on that day and with ono aooord jJr ,
'Oiler unto God thauwgivlng aBd"v.a8,IierJ
uur yuv?B uuio me most nign.
In tcstomony whoreof I have here
unto set my hand and caused to be af
fixed the great seal of tho state. Done
at Lincoln this eloventh day ef Novem
ber, in the year of our Lord one thous
and, eight hundred snd ninety three,
of tho state tho twonty-soventh, and
of tho indepecdenoo of the Unitid
States the one hundred and eigb
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