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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1895)
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and $1,00 per package. Sample fnxk
VA Ifft Thornvorlto WOW P0TO18
1 Captain 8wenj-, U.S. A.,Fnnni(wi. Oil .
ni "HhllohH Catarrh Itemed? la ths ttrsi
ttedlcino I bare over found that would do mo
any good." I'rieotOcta. Bold by DruggUta.
rm SHILOH'S CURE.
2Tma OnuAT Oouan Ccnn proraptfrcurw
Where all other fall. For Consumption It tins
no rival; has cured tbouaand. and will crma
T6Tj, if taken in time rrKaSSetuCSctidtUX
Tiie Keystone Watch
Case Co. of Philadelphia,
the largest watch case manufactur
ing concern in the world, is now
putting upon the Jas. Hoss Filled
and other cases made by it, a bow
(ring) which cannot be twisted or
pulled off the watch.
It is a sure protection against the
rickpocket and the many accidents
that befall watches fitted with the
old-style bow, which is simply held
in by friction and can be twisted off
with the fingers. It is called the
-:ii C.A.-I ONLY HE HAD with
ear.es bi'Aring tlielr trade mark-
Si !d only through watch dealers,
v;itJit;ut extra charge.
Ask any jeweler for pamphlet,
or send to the manufacturers.
OLDEST and ORIGINAL
10 WEST NINTH STREET,
authorized by the
stato, and conced
ed to be the lead
ins and moat auo
In BLOOD. N1WV-
OU8 and URINARY
Wltti Km MMay Oloomy Symptome Cured.
nrncuy mna nrauaenuy Kttwre.
- i AMt. .'wLJ" ' wiuout Mercury.
Quickly Relieved mad Thoroughly Cured.
Is Dr. n. J. Whlttlcr Invar
iably successful? Because, be
makes no promlaci that ho
cannot f ulllU. Avoid cheap
cure-alls and unskilled physicians, and consult
Dr. Whlttlcr In person or by letter (giving
symptoms) and rocclvo tho candid opinion of a
physician of leng experience, unquestioned
kill and uterllnjc Integrity.
MEDICINES from our own laboratory fur
nished at small cost and shipped anywhere
secure, from observation.
TREATMENT never sent C.O.I).
Offlco hours 9 to 4 and 7 to 8. Sunday 10 to II.
lAiTo ITealth and KmnrRenclos
Vl U I U I ' T O ctr-stump to prepay.
Call or address In Btrlct confidence
DR. H. J. WHITTIER,
10 Weat Ninth Street, Kanaaa City. Mo.
OR. HATHAWAY ft CO.,
Ara the loadlnir tnd moat successful specialist! and
will give jou help.
Young ana mia
die aiced men.
suite limie follow
ed oar treatment.
Many year of
varied and success
In the use of cura
tive metlioda (hat
we alone own and
control for audit-
liavo weak, unde-
yvciopca or ma
Jcased org-tns, or
Iwho are suffering
prom errora of
youth tnd exceia
err who are nervous
Itlio acorn of tbelr
tfellowa and the
"contempt of their
frlende and com-
tocnnranteetoall patient". If they can poiilblr
be rcalorrd. our own exclusive treatment
s 111 afford u cure.
WO F.N I Don't yon want to get cared of that
wcakneaawltho, trraltneat that you can use at
huino without Instruments? Our wonderful treat
went baa cured olberi. Why not your Try It.
OATAKRn. and disease of the Skin, Blood,
Iliart, Liver and Kldoeya.
nanlona. leada ua
HTPIIIT.IS-Themnitritd.iare and effective..
remedy. A complete varo uueriuiieca.
N!CIX OISRAST.S of all ktnda cured where
many others have failed.
UNXATITBAI. DISCHARGES promntly
cured In fi!W daa. Uulclc, aure and aafe. Tuft
lncludea Gleet and Oonorhna.
TRUTH AND FACTS.
We have cured catea of Chronic Olteaaei that
havo fulled to Ret cured at the banda of other pedal
lata and medical Initttutra.
for You. Oiiitult no other, at you may watte yaluaUl
HKatEancHiMiwre n none
time, uiitaui our ircauncnv once.
Beware of free and cheap trratmenla. Wq give
Iho licit andmont aclentlflo treatment at moderate
rrlcrt-at low nn mn be done for aafe and axlllful
(reatment. VKKK conaultatlon at the office or
hy mall. ThorouRli examination and careful dla
nolt. A hutiiu treatment can lie Riven In amalorlty
nfcaiea. Kend for t-ymptoni lllank No. IfoiMcni
No. 1 for Women : No. 3 fur Blcln Dlieatea. All corre
pondencoantwerod promptly. Duilnetaatrtctly con
tldcntlnl. Kntlre treatment aent free. from olner
iIub. Itcfcr to oar pmlcutt, huikt and liutlneaa mea
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.,
N. . Corner NlstUund Felix Hta.,Itoom I and 1
. (Up BtalrO.NT. JOUEI'll, MO,,
ICopjtUlilnl, lv.n, ty W.T. r"(ister.l
St. Josr.iMi, Mo., Jan. 12G. My
Inst bulletin i;nvo furccnstH of (lie
storm wiivis to cnis9 the lontinrnt
from '-Titli to 2'Jtli, nnd ilie next
will reach tlio l'neific cojat ntmut the
.'tUth, cross tli j western mountntn
country by ulo o of IJl.st, the great
central vallfyi from Feb. 1 to 'A anil
the eastern Htates about tho -1th.
Tiinncniturcs will nvcrngo low ilur
inj; this perid'l following thu storm
wave anil jirecijiltntion will bo nbovo
the average of the month.
Tho scooml 1'ebrunry disturbance
will reach tho l'ncifio const nbout tho
filh, cross tho wrMcrn tuountain coun
try by cIdbh of (Mi, the great central
vallcyB from 7th to !)th and the east
ern states about the lUih.
This distiirhanua will increase in
force as it mows oustwurd ami gener
al precipituiion will not amount to
The principal feature of this dis
turbance will h" the cold wavo follow
ing it, which will probably amount to
a blizzard in the uorthcastt-rn states.
Warm waves will cross tho western
mountain country about Jnmmrjf 80th
and February IJth, the great central
vnllnH February 1st and 7ih, and tho
eastern states 31 and 9th. Cool
wiivcb will cros the western moun
tain cJunlry about February 2d und
8th, the great central valleys 4th and
10th, and the eastern states tith and
I'KURUARY TEMl'EtlATURE AND RAIN.
On the Atlantic and Pacific coasts,
upper and, lower lakes, and in the
Ohio valley tho tetnperaturo of Feb
ruary will nvcrngo below, and the
rainfall nhoitt normal. In Texas,
Mississippi and Missouri valleys, tha
temperature will average above and
the rainfall about or below normal.
My forecasts of temperature and
rainfall for December, similar to the
above, based on discoveries made in
1802 and partially worked out since,
proved 90 per cent, correct. I can
not expect to kcip up that average,
however, till the ovulations arc com
The principal force of storm feat
ures of February will probably be:
First half of mouth warmer than
last half, warmest part of month just
preceding the storm wave to cross
continent from 0th to 11th; coldeit
cold waves following this storm and
tho ono to cross from 23d to 27th,
Lust pait of month will bo best ice
weather in northern states txcopt a
day or two at beginning of tho month.
Will give details ot tho spring
drouth in in xt bulletin.
THE MAGNETIC NEEDLE.
Twcnty-ono jrars, 1850 to 1870 in
clusive, daily tetnperaturo at Chicago
averaged 4C.4 dtgrces above z8ro and
twentt-ono years, 1871 to 1891, the
average was 48.7 degrees. ThiH shows
that the temperature taken every day
for two periods of twenty-one years
each averaged 1.3 degiccs warmer
during the last period,
Tho above is in accord with a lone
train of facts in reference to tho cli
mate of North America. It is well
known tl a'., many years ago, tho win
ters wero much more severe in tho
upper Mississippi valley and about
the upper lakes than they have been
of more reoont years.
If the reader will bear in mind that
the prevailing winds are from tho
north on the east sido of the north
magnetic pole, the canter of which is
now northwest of Baffin's baj; it
will readily appear that as that mag
netic pole moves westward, these pre
vailing north winds will have less
force, at Chicago and east of that,
point about the lower lakes Uutil the
western purt of the Ioclandio low
north magnetic pole is reached.
As shown in a previous study the
Icelandic low is also moving westward
and in its western parts the prevailing
winds aro also from the north, result
ing in increased oold.
At New Bedford, Massachusetts,
the daily temperature for twenty-one
years 1813 to 1834 inclusive aver
aged .80 of a degree warmer than for
tne twcnty-ono years, 1868 to 1888
inclusive. From an older record at
Philadelphia, the daily temperature
from 1808 to 1828 averaged 4.5 do
grees warmer than from 18C7 to 188G.
Theso evidences aro very conclusive
that tho climato is changing to warm
er in tho upper Missouri valley and
upper lako countries, an) to ooldcr
in tho northeastern states. Tho oause
can bo none other than the westward
movements of the magnetio north
W.fc0 J UU Ui.fcAAiA) JkwMAi W.W
In America ilie compass indicates
a conlinuniH westward movement of
tho north nuiMictic pole, but in north
ern Kurope, particularly in Jjondnt ,
there tiro indications of vaeilUt
and a ruiurmiii: to tlm oustwurd of tho
Icelandic magnetic polo.
It is not reiisomiblo to supposo tlmt
tho Icelandic polo moves eastward
while the North American is moving
westward nnd tho electricians aro de
ceived about it in this way
The mamiciio needle does not point
directly tnwaul tho center of tho mag
netio pole lo which it owes allegiance,
and tin rcl'oro a Might variation cast
or west docs not indioato that tho
center of tho magnetio polo has
To arrive at right conclusions about
this lini tic oncMnuat keep in viow the
cause that keeps the magnetio needle
pointing northward, Tho cause is
not the nor ih magnet io polo but tho
linos of foico that surround that
Electricians say wo do not Know
whioh wa i loetricity moves, or, if it
moves at all, its direction is opposite
to that of matter. Thoy would say
that if clecMinity causca tho wind to
blow, tho cleciricity nnd tho wind
Riovo in opposite directions.
I cannot understand such philoso
phy. I beluvo that tflcctricity car
ries mutter with it anl that tho ether
of space flnus in tho opposito direc
tion to tho movements of clectricul
All agree that a force surrounds
the north iimgnctio poles of the earth
situgted in Ninth America and north
eastern Asia, mi hero perpetual high
barometers are found. That force is
represented by lines, wcakor as wo n
cedo from ilut polo or center, but
thcro aro no lines about it any more
than there are lines in the atmosphere.
When ihe.se lines of force strike tho
magnetic! needle it takes position at
right angliH io tho lines or direvtly
Theso lines of forco 'approximate
to circles with the magnetio pule as
their center, hut from many causes
tho often hrmk away from their cir
cular form, causing tho needle to vary
and this vsri.ition deecives the elec
tricians, leading them to conclude
that tho gcniral variation of the necd
lo is changing
Carlton Cornwell. foreman of the
Gnzotlo, Middlf town, K. J. believes that
Chamberlain' Conjjh Ramdy should ba
iti every home. Ho nsed for a cold and
it effected n speedy otire. lie says: "It is
indeed n grand remedy I can recommend
to all. I Iihv.- iiIho seen it nsed for
whooping aotiifh, with the best results."
l!.r nnd M) cent bottles for sale by Deyo it
Fine uoatlicr at present.
Bert Tennsnt. nnd wife wero visit
ing at lrs. Tmnant's last week.
Wm. Ilcrdiek was visiting at Mr.
Hnlswnrth's lm Sunday.
Kd McCuno waa in our neighbor,
hood last week.
School is progressing rapidly under
tho principalohip of Miss Hunter.
Mrs. Coplen of Guido Hook waa
visiting her brother Saturday and
Lillie Truman was visiting at Mrs.
Ten n ant's Saturday and Sunday.
Thcro was a party at Mr. Englo's
Friday evening. Thoso present wore:
Messrs. Wm, Berdick, Christ Ileihor,
Walter and J)hn Holsworth, Law
rence Pierce, John Chancy, Ben
Bovcc. Loiter, Walter and Tinoy
Qurney, Tross Harwood, Earl McCon
key, Archio and John Martin, Oliver
Hedge and Arthur Stern; Mir-srs
Ruth and Carrie Holsworth' Mvrtlo
Bovoe, Jer.nio Chancy, Laura Hedge,
Nellie Maurer, Maud Martin. Maud
Stern and Miss Fogg. Tho parly
was given in honnr of Miss Susie'a
birthday. After playing games of all
, Buflar untold mlaarlca from aanaa of dall-
cacy ttaay cannot ovarcoma.
CcmolQ Damilatnr acuoa iiiW '
I OlllUig II5UIUIWI orgaat,
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC.
It cauaaa health to bloom, and Joy to ralm
a throughout tha fram.
It Never Fails to Cure.
"Mr wlfo baa (iron under treatment of
leading pbyplclaria tlirttn jt'uri. wltbuui bne
tit. After uMriK three bottloa of Kradlleld'a
I Frmiilo llPK-ulator he can tlo lir own
cooking, nillklnx and wnililnn."
f.n. m n, tiouuvriuu, Ain.
DUADFIEI.D BEOUUtOIt CO., Atlanta, Ga.
aM r druulata at 1.00 per battle.
" KIDNEUIVER'jss M
Pain in I he Hack
Joints or lilp,Feillinentltnirlm)llkot)rlcklust
frequent calls or retention, rlictnitatl.ini.
Diabetes, dniy. fcanly or hllt colored urine.
sum in tho part, urethral Irritation, stricture.
Dlont or dark circle under tho eyes, toufruo
coated, constipation, ycllowbh eyeballs.
AtDrua-glntii, 5(e'titiiniil 1.00 alee.
Invalid' llul.lo to llnUUi" fiYe-ConniltMlon. free.
Dlt. KtUMi.lt A: Co., IHmiiiamton, X. Y.
kinds they departed to their several
homes, mure than delighted with the
amusements of tho eveinni!.
Ileal INlulu TriuiftlVr.
Johnnnit UimmcUiury to lohu
Himmclbury, n'2 sel 'J .'II, uil,
John I) Storey nml wife to Kul.
ler &. Good, lotu l 4, blk 9, IoIh
15-10, blk 3, lots 1) l'A blk H,
Cowlep, wil 1!75 00
J S White, Co Tr, to M lluum,
lot 1, blk U, Hluo Hill, til.... 10 11
J S White, Co Tr, to I, Uiiuni,
part nwl n w4 1112 12, Id 2 72
J G Meek ot nl to lik of Guide
Hock, lot 1, blk 8, Vnnco add
to Guido Itock .1.100 00
K A LukliiH nnd wlfo to Wm 11
Reed ot nl lotH 1-2 3 1 blk 25
V. V. Pock ot nl to Win. 11. Ileod
lot f. blk 2o Blue Hill 21200 CO
W. K. R. Mills receiver to L. O.
Nash bw or :W 2 9 1 (X)
Total 7355 80
Four 111k 8ucccsca.
Having the need merit to more than
make Kood all the advertising claimed for
thtni tho foilowluK four remrdias hae
reaohed n phonomlual sale. Dr. King's
Nhw Ulicovry for conauniption, oongha,
and colds each bottle guaranteed Elec
tric Hitters the gntat remedy for liver,
kidneys nnd stomach, llucklen's Arnica
Bslvo the boat in the world, nnd Dr. King's
New Life Pills whioh nro a perfect pill.
All these remedies aro guaranted to do
just what is claimed for them and the
dealer whoea name is attaohed herewith
will be glad to tell yon mora of them.
Sold by C. L. (Jotting's druggist.
.a. i ... .ii
Dr. Price's Cream B&klng Powder
World's Fair Highest Mcdaland Diploma.
Clvdo Albin is on tho sink list.
Jim Saunders Sundaycd with Dave
llov. Seymour failed to fill his ap
pointment at Kckley on account of
revival at Guide Hock.
D. H, Robinson, who lately moved
from Iowa, is quito poorly at present.
MisB Bertha Galloy of Nelson, who
is toaching school west of Mt. Clare,
attendod church at Kckley last Sun
day. Supervisor Sprachcr was thrown
from his buggy Saturday and quito
Ed Graves and wife, and C Graves,
from near Rosomont, attended church
at Kckley last Sunday.
. Mrs, Newman was quite siok last
week with heart trouble, but ia better
Geo. Barnes, May Decker, Ewin
Bates and Flora Miller, spent Sunday
at Horry iiates north ot Lowlns.
Mrs. Mcarus and Sarah Molntyrc,
Instead of Mrs. It. J, Melntyrc, wero
visiting in this vicinity last work.
G. F. Stapleton,
ItlakcM u apcclnlly or ItvpalrliiK
ISuKglea and Carriage.
Horsa-shoonig and I'low Work prompt
ly attended to, and tkes '
Trotting and Running Horses,
And all work expected ot a tirat
Shop' ITIorlli or Marble Work.
Notico la liuroby rIvoii that under and liy vir
tue ol an order of aale liiued from the cdlco ot
O, II. Cromi, clerk of the district court of the
tenth Judicial district -within and for Webster
county, Nehraaka, upon a decree In nn uctlou
lendlnfl thtrelu, whfreln Alison ltaon la
lilaintin. and BRamst Masale uarber, John J,
(inrlier, Tradors Iiiimlwr Co, and John I) Myers,
defendants, 1 thall oiler for ante nt jiubllo ven
duo to the blRueat bidder for cash In hand at
the oast door of thu court house, at lied Cloud,
In aald Wtdiatcr county, Nebraska, (that being
thu building whorelu tho last term of said
court wns holden) on the second ilavof Knlirimrv
A. II, 1M)5, nt one o'clock ji in, of hi Id day. tho
folhmliifi doscrlliecl jiroinrty, to-wit:
Lots numbered tun (HO eleven III) and twelve
(I'i'i In block eleven ill) in tho city ot lied Cloud
Webster equnty, Nebraska, '
aiveti under my baud this 27th day ot Decern
ber, A, V, mi.
.T. W. ilCNCiir.v, filierlll.
Cats & McNltt, riAlutliru Attomeya.
Deyo & Grice
A Partial Carload ot
Wall - Paper
And elegant goods of every description sold
at prices corresponding with the times.
BOILING WATER OR Mll-K.
aw - rUe fall.
fibular OuthlmiA Ti-ln wtin .h
hfao noisfs nmrn
ptrahfara. No rain. I
Raw York, lulo Ucpvt.
Nopaln. Ii.uil.1.. F. lll.rax,8B3 ll'wa
.i.m i.iii.. k..i,m.i n.inHt.. lArnb
ortiu tor uooa aau tuuu 1-RaiK.
ttnttt and. brautllita the litlr.
Novor Pall to llcatora Oraj
'rnnir.l. . iuiuil.nl rrunlh.
xair io i. luuiaiut yoior.
Cure aralp alwiM ft hair UUlnc.
m l'araar'a dinger Tonlo, Iictimtlia wotil Omitn,
Yitti liirm, IA blllTr, Indlxcrtion, l'ln,'lkt In lliut Wcla.
Wtak luntt, IXblllur, Indlji
Gop all Palo. Uc. at rirurn'l
Tha rnlr lur cure for Oorna.
rjiuriiit. or uibLVX
: cu-, m. v.
LADIES no oo KNOW
DR. FELIX LC .RUN'S
STEEL 8HD PEHHYRUYflL FILLS
nm ths nria-lnal nnd only FHKNC1I, aafe and re.
llublocuro on tho market. l'rloe$lXKJ; lent by
Jiail. Uonuiuo auld only by
For aale by Deyo it Grice, Red Cloud
Rnlandlil enrattra. annt for Nerrooa or Hick
llaaducha. llrmtn KihaUNlloii. KltblaiHinewi.
laaaucna, urain urn
uncial or BMnfiriil N
nullum, uuut.Kldaar lllnurdert,
tclal or gtineral ManralKlaialwilor UIo
llla. Antenna. AntMota for Aloouollo
ranra. Acta u,
THE ARNOLD CHEMICAL CO.
IBIS. WttUrn Annua. CHICAGO.
aililaiil aaaaaaaa MakW mmM
lIllMll lillllllllni hUlVlr.
I IM (OLUnBIA
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moil convenient kiiiu oi muicuuusc t.
lor memoranda. The Columbia Desk If
Calendar ! brightest and hambomckt
ot all full it dainty silhouettes
and pen sketches and entertaining
thoughts on outdoor exercise anil
sport. Occasionally reminds you ol
Ilie superb tmality ol Columbia 111
cycles and ol your need ol one.
You won't object to that, ol course.
The Calendar will lw mailed (or five
AdJrctt Calendar Department,
onuR mph ro
f Mtntionthliparo. Hartford, Caan. t
With tho sumo stupendous stock
und liberal patronage as over.
AN OPPORTUNITY ,
A Xice Hook
Paving for The Chief.
It is this way: Any subscriber bring-,
ing in the appended coupon, acoompau
led by $1.00, can have hie choice ot a
lino selection of cloth bound booku,
which we will have ready for distribu
tion, commencing Monday, Docetnbor
Our Ilook OlFerlng.
Scrlca No. i.
Brlug in or peed to this office
this coupon, with $100 to be
applied on Tiik Ciuef, nnd it
will entitle jou to jour choice
out of n Eelcction of handsome
ly bound, be cits, to be donated
to Tub Ciurr subc-cribera who
pay one dollar on subscription.
' Note Out of town subscrib
ers can have tho book for ward
ed by inclosing 10 cents extra
-Bakber : Shop-
Over Deyo &. Grice'a.
TheJmoBt faahionnble work done' at rea
'i... eonable pricaa. ; , UJ
GEO. FKXTRES8, Prop.'
Notice lo Teacnera.
Notloe ia hereby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves as candidate! for
teachers ,ofthe public sohools of this
county, at Red Cloud on tho third
Saturday of each month.
Special examinations will be held
on the Friday proceeding the 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The standing desired for 2d aid
3d grade certificates is the same eo
grade below 70 per cent., average 80
per ecut; for first grade certificate
no grade bolow 80 per cent,, average
90 per oent. in all branches required
T). M. HnNTSR. Cnnntv Swot.
To WU0U IT MAY Uonci'.iin:
The commissioner appointed to locate a roa4
cotnuienclua at the toutuei.t comer ol lection
eloen(U). town two (1) north range 1utu tit)
west Ctu l' M. and riitiulsg tbence eaat on tho
section line ono utile and terminating at tbu
aoutheaat corner of lecltou elevenllll. town two
12, north, rauueolevm ill) weat Uth V If, in
Webster county, Vebraska, has leported in
favor of the establlthuieut thereof, and all
objection thereto, or claims for damage mu
bo tiled la the comity ojerk office on or beforoi
noon ot tho Wd iloy of Horch, 106, or auoh road
will be established without rejerence thereto.
Itod Cloud Nebraska. December itf. ia4.
I h. Hi FoitTi County Clerk.
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