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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1894)
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Entered at tlio l'ost Oince In Itod Cloud, Nob.,
as mall matterof thest-cond class
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Ji. & M. It. II. Time Table.
Taking effect Pec, 3.
Tralnscarrj lui; passenuors leave Red Cloud as
EASf VIA HASTINGS,
No, 113 Passenger to Hasting 2:30 p.m.
No. 14t raisonjtcr from Hastings 11:35 a. m.
EAST VIA WYMOltE
No. IS, Passenger to 8t. Joseph St. '
LoulsaudCmcaao dally 10! 25 a. m,
No. 15 Passengers for Denver, dally, C;55 p. m
D. B. Spanogle,
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r-i'jZrr And jlaxan .mgii
R. J. S.
Rbd Cloud, - - Nebraska.
var Tu)lor'n Purulturo Store.
Extracts teeth without pain.
Crown and lirhlKo work n specialty.
Porcelain Inlay, ana nil klids of gold fillings.
Makes gold and rubber plates nud combination
I work guaranteed to be first-class.
W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Red Cloiul, NcbraiKB.
Odlco opposite Vlrst Natlond Dank.
U. ri.Kxamlnlng lirKeou.
Ubronlo diseases troated by mall.
Will attend sales at rensonnble figures. Satis
I II. SMITH,
red oloud, - nebrabka.
I do a striotly form insurance nnd invite
and invite all to boo me.
"NASE & MoNITT,'
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Block, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
"TTRUNKEY & POTTER,
Attornoys ut Lair.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Offiok Up stairs, in Moon Blook,
4th Avenue, Red Cloud, NmBiSKi.
First-class bnrbera and flret-olass work
onnrantoed Give me a call
give my personal attention to my
ons. First-class shaving and hair
cutting a specialty
8ermaSninsurance Co , I'r eeport. III.
ltojal lusmiinc t'o l.hvrijoiil, England.
Phwnlx Asjnraiice Co. ot London, bug.
To Manchester lire AhbiiranciiUo of angland,
Ouardlan Asurnne o of ludon, Kug.
Utttllngtoii insuraneot;o. 01 : iiuriiugiuu, un.
nritish Anwrlca Assuruiu'o Co. lormiUj, Can.
The Workman.liullding anu l-omi Association
ORiao over Mizor ii Store,
Bed Cloud, Nsubaska
Sternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, March 2, 1894.
A nice line of
Cum and collar buttons, neck
chulns, lace pins, stick pins,
Plated and solid silverware, sonvenlr spoons,
pen' 1 handled knl vos and forks, carving sets,
calling; card cases, ben bon boxes and other
novelties. A line line ot spectacles nud eye
glasses with Intcrchangable lenses, steel, nickel
sliver and gold frames, Special and careful at
tention paid to fitting the eje. My line of 2nd
hand watches Is qulto laage. I will run them off
at less than their actual worth.
tar"Hnng your wntch;tlock and Jewelry to
pair wiirk,) our engraving and your old gold
and silver to mo.
Henry Cook's Drug Store.
. jE7. COZAD
Has a fine line of Sewing Ma
chines-and Organs from $25
Also keeps all kinds or Machine
Supplies. Does repairing
promptly. Call and see me.
E, A Sittlpsoil,
Biae Hill Neb.
Cr A; ItlcNItt, Attorney.
In the District Court of tho
Tenth Judicial District In
nnd for Webster Coun
In the matterof tho estate of John CroweU,
Whereas Donald MoCallnm administrator of
the estate of John Crowell, dectased, lias on
the ist day of February 1804 filed his petition
in the above entitled rourt asking therein for
iuva tn Mil Urn followlnu described real estate
the proporly of suld estate, to-wlt: West liulf
ot the north east quarter nnd the Kast half ot
Hid Noithwest ciuurterof section six Township
ono range limn west ni mo sixm pruicijiui inur
ldlan Welitter county. Nebraska, nud alleging
that there Is not sumcieni personal properly i
said estate In the hands of the administrator
to pay the debts outstanding against said es
tate and the exp nsos of administration, nnd
that It Is ni'cesHiry to sell said real estate or a
ii.irt thereof to pay such debts.
Now iliernforu I, V. 1). Ileal Juagoof the tenth
Judicial district hereby order nil persons Intor
rat'l In s.ild vslntv to itpiwar befnro mo at the
court housu In IIa!itlugihNebrHsku, on the l'JIIi.
dat ot Mai ch 1KH, ui 1U o'clock a. in then and
thereto Niiow vuud If uny there bo why llceusi
to sell said leal estate or n part Hiereor ii-lx
maybe necessary to pay aid debts should i
,... r.rmii.il tn mill Hilinlnlttrator.
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Dated at Hustings. Nouniskti, tliis ?ud day
f uilrrn Tnntli TlllllMnl lll.trfot
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(Freight fOioutd bo prepaid on all contribu
tions Intended for this column to Insure Publi
As spring comes on no hate to think
Ot duties wlilch wo fftln would shrink,
We'd alinot rather "Jump tlio brink"
Tlinu teach a Ik Her unit to drink.
Then cleaning house we ulnars bate,
lint Itsectns decreed by cruel fato
Thai wo should always help our mato '
Ijy cnrpts nnd hang pictures straight.
And thon there Is our garden too,
Willi all those llttlo Jobs to do,
We fix our feucoand fret nnd stew
For fear tonio chickens will get through.
Ilut when the summer comes at Inst
And nil these little things aro past,
When pleasures como both thlcn and fast,
Wo think we'll be no inoro harassed.
1'ls then tho festive liouso fly comes
And brings along ten thousand chums,
And to himself ho swoctly hums
as o'cr,6ur shining pate ho urns.
TIs always thus, go whoro wo will,
as wo Jounii-tfup this life's steep hill,
And could wo sco the undertaker's bill
We'd say they're at It "down thcro" still.
If anything will mnko us quako
And In our ery bots to nhake,
And look for something hot to tike,
'TIs an old fashioned stomach ache.
Furnished Expressly for The
Chlcr for Webster County
Copy righted by W. T. Poster.
St. Joseph, Mo, March '2. My
last bulletin gavo forecasts of the
storm waves to nross the continent
from March 7th to llthjand the next
will rcaoh tho Pacific coast about
tho lltii, cross tho western moun
tains by close of Maroh 12th, the'grcat
central valleys from 13th to 15tb, and
the eastern states about the 11th.
This will bo a dangerous storm,
and will probably develop tornadoes.
Tho aurora will make an unusual dis
play, and tolegrophio lines will have
difficulty with an electric storm.
Tho warm wave preceding tho storm
will bo unusually warm, and following
it a drop in temperature from 10 to 40
degrees may bo expected.
The warm wayo will oroBS the east
ern mountains about the 11th, the
great central valleys about 13th, and
the eastern statcp about 14th, The
cool wave will cross tho western moun
tains about the 14th, the groat cen
tral valleys about the lGth and tho
eastern states about tho 18th.
The heavy rains of this storm will
not bo cxtonsive but concentrated.
Kaius will bo moro general the first
and last ten days of tho month than
during tho intermediate ten days.
Hii;h barometers are caused by do
conding currents of electricity and
low barometers by asoendiog currents.
TIicbo currents move toward the sun,
moou and planets and therefore the
periodical lows change from north to
When tho sun comes north in sum
mer tho periodical low comes '.with it
and covers tlio continent. Tho low
est of this summer depression 'covers
tho country surrounding the south of
Salt Lake. Another low point covers
tho country about aud northeast of
Labrador and Nowfoundland. A third
low spot covers our northwestern
coast while tho north Atlantic perma
nent high makes inroads on our south
This summer low gives way to a
winter high and ou one squaro mile
of surfaco near its center the atmos
phcro weighs 280,000,000 pounds
moio in winter than in summor. This
is clearly tbo measure of the differ
ence) in tho sun's 6ummor and winter
cfTeotson tin atmoaphcro of our oonti
Eaoh low baroraotor induces a high
which Is its mate. Tho two iuoreasc
and doereaso together and tho mate of
our summor periodical low is found in
the periodical high which, ot tlio
houjo time, covers tlio South Ainorican
Tho change occurs about tho Qist of
ot April aud October, About the former
dato tho periodical low, which has
hung over South America for six
months, comes north of tho earth's
equator, taking tho place of our six'
monthB high, and the latter goes to
South America to replace its low.
About tho first of Ootobor our low
goes to South America, and their high
comes to our continont. About tho
time of the Ootobor chango tho great
hurricanes north of tho equator and
about tho April chango tho hum.
canes aro moto sevcro south of the
Whilo tho high covers our continent
in winter its center covers Kansas,
Colorado, Utah and tho country lying
aorth, including Manitoba, and the
prevailing winds blow around that
center from left to right, or with tho
hands of tho watch when tho latter is
placed with tlio faco up.
The tondenoy of tho transiont lows
and highs is to move around tho north
sido of this periodical wiutcr high.
Tho cast lino of tho central portions
of this high extends through the cen
ter of Manitoba and down tho Mis
souri river causing tho prevailing
winds to blow from tho northwest and
thereforo this line extended into Texas
is the central line of the coldest cold
St. Vincent, Minnesota, is on the
lino, and except tbo mountain peaks,
is tho coldest placo in the United
States. Its January avorago temper
ature is aoven degreos bolow zero. Its
olovation is 804 foot abovo sta lovol,
Assinpono is twelvo degrees wtstof
St. Vincent, about tho satno latitude
with an elevation 188G feet grcator
than tho latter. But tho January
tonipcraturo of tho former averages
scvoutocn degrees warmer than tho
latter. This'illustrates tho iuflucnoo
of our periodical high buomctor in
winter. In tho high mountain coun
try on its west tho weather is very
much warmer than in the valloys on
its eastern borders. On its west the
winds como from tho south and after
having moved far toward tho polar re
gions, whoro thoy aro cooled tlioy re
turn, through Manitoba, Minnesota,
etc, bringing with them tho Arctic
Tho lows, or storm center, coining
from tho Pacific, pass through or
around this periodical high. MVIicn
tho energies of our planetary system
aro aroused, that winter or, periodical
high iuorcasos in forco and tho storms
aro whirled around its uothern borders
taking a northern routo through Can
ada and leaving warm pleasant weath
er in tho united states. Anotuer
olass of magnctioMisturbanccs pull tho
transiant lows and highs, or tho storm
waves, far southward, and thon we get
tho bold wave and tha blizzard.
This winter high causos southeast
wiods of prevail in tho southwestern
states and tho north Atlantic high has
the sumo vuect in summer bo that in
tho country west of tho lower Missis
sippi tho prevailing winds aro from
tho southeast, a condition not ex
perinced ou any oilier part of this
From the above dicussion it will bo
noted that in the groat northwest
during six months, tho, winter season,
the pure air from spaoo comes down
and from thore sproads out over the
balance of tho continont, whila in sum
mer tho sea bicczes curoo from the
gulf of Mexico aud tho l'acifio ocean
raiting into spaco over tho groat
mouutain region of tho west.
Tho northeastern states and east
ern Canada aro constantly under the
iufluenco of tho Jceiandio low bar
owctor, tho soutlitastori states undar
tha north Athtitio high whil,) tho
great west alternates between tbo
pcriodio high in winter and low in
Tho motcrologist must -keep theso
conditions constantly in view and In
them tho biologist may find oauso for
determining what theso threo now
races of man will bo undor theso three
climatio conditions in tho ago to oome.
CauscH of Decent Depression.
In period of dopresion inon look
for a cause, and are very likely to
jump at a conclusion. Tho cause of
tho prosont depression in buisness-now
long continued was at first said to bo
tho purohasinc of silver by tho gov
ernment: so tho purchasing olauso of
tho act of 1891, commonly oallcd tho
Sherman aot, was repealed. Then tho
financial panic or semi panic was
said to bo tho oauso. That soon pass
ed. Thon the troublo was attributed
to tho scarcity of money. Now thcro
is a plethora of money. Later tho
oauso was said to bo tho expected new
tariff bill. This bill has bcon bcloro
tho public for wools, and tho worst is
known, Theso so called "causes"
have all disappeared, but their disap
pearance has not put a whorl in mo
tion nor a hand to work. It is not,
perhaps, within scope of tho greatest
intelligence to ocoount satisfactorily
for tho present stato of affairs, It is
world-wide Its beginning may bo
traced to tho timo, three joars sgo,
marked by tho failuro of tho Barings.
Next came tho crisis in Argentine
affairs. Thon, shortly, tho panio in
Australia; and later this wavo of de
pression ovor tho United Statos,which
docs not yet recede, although tho sup
posed causes havo beon eliminated.
From "Homo Industries and the Wil
son Bill," by President Edward Kern
blc of tho Boston Chamber nf Com
merce, in North Aaerioan Rovicw for
Thero is more Catarrh in (his seotlon
of the country than alt other diseases put
together, and antil the last few years was
apposed to be inonrablo. For a great
many yoara dootera pronounced it a loeal
disease, and proscribed loeal romedies,
and by constantly failing to ouro with
local troatmont, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a con
stitutional disease and tborofore requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chenoy &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitution
al, care on the market. It is taken inter
nally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon
fnl. Itnots direotly on the blood nnd
mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any case it
falls to care. Bend for circulars aud tes
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
C2TSold by DroKgiits, 75o.
Indiunola, Nob., Fob., 20, 1891.
Tho following itom was taken from
Tho Dlndo, published in Blanchard, Pago
county, Iowa, of recont dato.
Editok Blade: I trust you will par
don this intrusion when I havo explained
ray reasons for claiming a llttlo spaco in
your valuod papor.
On Thursday evening,, I roachod tho
brisk llttlo city ot Rod Cloud, Nob,
Having learned a Bhort tlmo beforo that
Rov. Hull formorly ot Blanchard, is
stationed horo, I docidod to visit tho
parsonago and pny my rcspoots to Bro.
Hull and hie family.
Thoy wero very much surprised and
appeured equally no ploased to see u rep
resentative from Bluuchard und wo did
about us much visiting as could ba well
crowded into tbo littio timo I was per
mitted to spoud with thorn. Thoy tuo'
indeed most pleasantly situated horo.
Rod Cloud is a fino llttlo city of ubout
2,500 inhabitants, two commodious school
buildings, court houso, street curs and
electrio lights. Tho Mothodists havo, a
large church building aud moraherehlp;
und qulto n nice, comfortablo pursonngo
with good barn belonging, Bro. Hull
keeps u phaotun and of coureo drives u.
good horso. This wua domonstrato4 by
his kindly taking tuo to tlio depot, u ills-
tunco ot n inilo or inoro from tho city
Thoy woro induced toinovo to this part,
q (,to country on account ot thoir (laugh.
Vol. 21. No. 32
A cream of tartar baking powder.
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest United States QovernmeBt
Royal BaklRff Powder Co.
10 Wall St, N. Y.
tor Fannie who lias been greatly improv
ed sinco coming hore. and who is now in
comparatively good hoalth. Their united
nnd earnest inquiry attor tho welfare of,
and oxprossod desiro to bo remomborod
to tho peoplo ot Blanchard and vicinity
nromy reasons for thus asking to be
heard throuoh tho Ulado aa tho surer or
only means I could have of fulfilling my
promiso to "Romomber us to all."
. 'Whiskers that are prematurely gray et
faded should be colored to prevent the
look'of age, and Buckingham's Dye ex
oels all otkers in coloring brown or blaok.
An old man and his two eons were cap
tured near Miller In tho aot of stealing
a wagon. .
"urange blossom" is a painless eure
for all diseases peculiar to women. Seld
fresh by O.L.Cottlng.
Dick Nyo, nonr Qresham, caught hi
hand in the gearing ot acornsholler and
sustained sovere injuries.
Family Cure Is the most useful family
medloiue. If you are tn need of a good
family remedy call on your druggist for a
free sample of Dr. Sawyer's Family tiara
and you will find It satisfactory. Deya
Tlio teaohera of York county gavo their
retiring superintendent ahandsomo pres
ent on Christmas.
If salt costs one cent a pound and
ham 1C oents, what would a hog be worth
that bad been fed oa Heller's Condition
Powders? For sale by Deyo ft Grice.
' . '
Evangelist Redding is giving ain tha
worst ot it at Stromburg.
We have yet to find any ease af barb
wire cut that Haller's Barb Llnlmtat will
not cure, We absolutely guaiaatee It
and Deyo fc Grlee will refund the eask
for all proving unsatjsfaotory.
Eugono MorriHold of Harlan county
has broken the reoord in putting uphay.
i in, a
Professional hunters in laying la sip
plies for a long bunt take, first, 20 gals,
ot snake bite cure, 2nd, 1 pound of oraek-
ers, Od, 15 gals, of snake bite core, and
4tb, 2 doz. bottloa of Halles'r Sure Care
Cough Syrup. For sale by Deyo 6c Grloe.
Nobraslcn merchants expressed thorn
calves on tho wholo as woll satisliod with
thoir ealoa for Christmas.
I want you to uadoratund, John Henry,, '.,
that yon ain't to drink that Haller's Bar
snparilla all up; I got it for pap and ma.
i'ap ho sea mam you go down and git
bottle ot Hnller'e Saraaparitla and Bar-
dock and will git over feeling so tired aad
bad and git rid ot nil them pimples. So.
let that alone now. For sale by Deyo Js '
Burglars blow opon the safe of Mr.
Hudson ut Arborvillo and secured s)200
in iavvfull monoy unlawf ull.
to nuiimrizeour nuveuieu uroggist 10 f
ae 1 Dr. KIuk's New Discovery for Coa--t
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon thl.j.
condition. If you art nfllisWd with m-r
Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest
trouble, and jsiltuse thistemedy as direct.
ed, giving it n fair trial, aud experience ' '
uo benelU, you may return the bottle and '
huvo your money refunded. We eosld ''
not make thli ofler did wo not know that
Dr. Kinu'a New Discovery could ba relied '
ou, It never disappoints, Trial Battles'-.!
free nt C,VL, Cottlng's Drugstore, Larga
size 600. aud 11.00.
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