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TI1E RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 18U5.
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St. .Ioski'II, Mo, April fi My
last bulletin u:ivu forcensts uf tlie
Btonu wave to cross tho continent
from Apr f to ! and II to 15 Tho next
will reach the Pacific coast uboiit tho
Ifxli, cross tho western uiountniti
country hv clu'c of Kith, the ("rent
central viillpy-i from the 17th to l'Jth
ntid the eastern states about the 120th.
The Wnnn wove will cross the west
ern liioiintiiiu country nbrut l.'itli, the
great uentrul v.illuys 1 Till, and the
eastern mutes l'.lth. Cool wuvo will
cross western mountain country about
18th. the frre.it central valleys 120th
ami ensteru Mates -2d.
Header will iiVnso nolo the fore
casts are unde for S p. in. of tho
dates mentioned, and tho weather
events predicted must occur within
twenty-lour hours before or after that
hum; otherwise tho forctasts fail.
The change in m.ido from sun-sot in
order to auree in time, with tho weath
er maps published each day at 8 p. in.
by tho national weather bureau at
Washington. These daily maps givo
us the best record of the actual state
of tho wrathir in nil parts of tho
United States and southern Canada at
that hour, Washington lime.
ii.ven and HK.in.ow.
Tin-so are assistant professors in the
forecasting: dqnrtmoiit of I lie nation
weather bureau at Washington. They
re uinveisil s-oholars and il" eminent
bil ty. (Jf more importance than
these, however, is tho fact that they
roptcsent two widely differing theories
as to the proper basis for weather
forecasting ami they aro now engaged
in u tii;lit to the finish as to which will
win the laurel.
L do not mean to say that they are
openly lighting each other, but that
each is pushing to tho front his own
fCtitiliur views a to eausiof weathor
ehangi'H, nod as both cannot ho right
ooe must tail.
We hie on tho cvo of important
events in meteorology and tho public
is enonnnii'dy interested, therefore
the battle ot the giants should attract
It is claimed that 1(1 per cent more
of manufactured articles aro used in
cold than in warm winters. On tho
one item of coal about thtrty-thrco
millions ol dollars aro saved by a warm
Without leliablo long rango fore
oasts manufacturers cannot rightly
gaugo their outputs, and therefore
hundreds of millions of dollars can
he saved by Lnowing when to expect
cold and warm winters. This is in
roforeneo to only one item of the
weather and thereforo there is no sub
jcot of such vast importance- to all
mankind as that of a correct basis for
long range weather forecasts.
Prof, lligclow holds that there is
27 days weather period; that this
period is divided up into ton minor
nd two major periods. II0 states
that tho record 1 of tho uugnetio need
lo conclusively prove- that such per
iods occur in tho waves of magnetism
that affect the earth and that these
wavos aro felt on every part of tho
earth's surface at tho same instant.
He claims that tho weather events
for North America occur in westorn
Canada at exactly tho samo timo when
the magnetic events ocour throughout
tho earth, and that these cvonts then
drift castwtrd across tho continent in
bout four days.
In the American Meteorological
Journal for Maroh, Prof. Hazon de
clares there aro no suoh weathor por
iods tnd thus tho issuo is joined.
At this time I oannot dotcrmino
which is right but I must notioo Prof,
Huron method of disproving Prof,
Tho reader will carefully note that
Higelow's cool and warm waves follow
each other from west to cast, and to
diep-ovo that tlioy repeat in periods of
about twenty-seven dajs Ilazcn takes
tho average temperature of tho whole
Putted States for nine of these per
iods. Any school boy would at once ncc
the fallacy of IIukcii'h method. Of
courso tho warm and cool waves arc
alwii)H on the continent in about equal
numbers and of about erpul extent,
balancing each other, and therefore to
take tho ayeragc of all tho stations in
tiio lTnitcd States would bring no re
sult, because the weather events do
not occur in all parts of the country
at the samo t into.
The only iair tot would bo to take
tho temperatures of all tho stations
along the lino which ought to he
reached by Hiuolow's weather events
on the first day of his period, and
then the temperatures for tho day fol
lowing of tho stations that should be
ru'ichcd on trte second day of tho per
iod, and so on through tho cntiro per
ied. New 0. leans, Cincinnati and Buf
falo arc supposed to bo reached on
tho thiid day of lligolow's period
and thereforo the temperatures of
tin so places should he used for the
third daH nnlj twent)-seven days
iipait- Hut Iliizon's method is to tuke
the temperatures of all stations in the
Tinted States to prove that Higclow's
weather events do not reach these
three cities every twenty-seventh da).
ISesidcs a diagram containing the
curves of every day fir nine of these
twenty-seven day periods, Hasten Hays:
"If, out of ono hundred stations, fifty
show plus threo degrees and tift
minus three degrees on any one day
ot a period everyone will admit at
oneo that there- would bo no uniform
heating or cooling indicated on that
Tho above quotation shows that I
have not misrepresented Ilazcn. Hut
who docs not know that while a cold
wavo is in Iowa a warm wave may be
in tho Ohio yallry, and if wo tako a
hundred stations as suggested by Ilaz
cn, of course they will balanco oaoh
other and bring no result. But Bige
low's dates may bo for a warm wavo
in ihc Ohio valley and a etild wavo in
Iowa on tho same day, and can Haz
en's method apply ?
A long and careful study of Hazon
proves that the above fairly repre
sents his mothods when dealing with
tho weather work of others.
When Jlaby was McV, wo novo lirr Castorla.
When she v. its a Chllil, she cried for Oistorla.
When tJio lieeauiii MKs, tJm flunjj to Custorln.
Wheu bhu had Chll Jrvu, hho gu o them CustorLi.
I. S. Xuvul Academy, AniiapoIlN
Vacancy to bo tilled from tho Fifth
Congressional District of Nebraska, in
cluding counties: Adams, Chase, Clay,
Dundy, rVnuldin, Frontier, Kurnus, Goo
per, Hull, llurlan, Hayes, Hitchcock,
Kearney, Nuckolls, Perkins, Pholns.Uod
A competitive oxnminntion will bo
held In Hustings, Nobr., May II and 4,
1895, for tho purpose of Bolooting u can
didate to till said vacancy.
1st. Candidates must bo actual reai
dents of said district a reasonoblo longth
of timo. (Soc. 1511, Hev. Stat., indicatos
2nd. Ago betwoon 15 nnd 20 years.
.ird. Good moral character.
Uli. A sound physical constitution.
(Kxnmination to bo made by a medicul
Pth.A thoroufih, practical knowledgo
Dr. Price's Cream Baking; Powder
worurs fair nif best Award.
of each of tho following branches: (1)
reading, (2) writing, (8) spelling, (1) arith
metic, (ft) geography, (0) Hngllsh gram
mnr. (7) United Ktab-s history, (8) ele
(Kxitminatlon to bo
mado by an educational hoard.)
(itb, Tho candidate sustaining proper
grade in each branch, especially history,
grainmer. arithmetic and algebra, mid
receiving tho highest general average as
to physical and Intellectual qunlilloa
tioiiH will bo nominated; thoono ranking
second upon the samo conditions will bo
designated as the alternnto.
7th. The nominee must report nt tho
U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.,
for examination on May IS, 18!)t", and bo
prepared at that timo to make a cash
deposit with tho proper oillcor, of 8101.00
for clothing, books, Ac.
Ijiicli Naval Cadet ono month nfter
udinission will bo credited with tho
amount of his actual traveling expenses
In traveling from his homo to tho Aca
demy. Tho pay or a naval cadet is c-")00
a ear, commencing at tho ilato of bis
Persons desiring to compete for this
nomination should report at tho olllce of
the county superintendent, court house,
Hustings, at ! n. in., Friday, Maj.'l. 1S9..
For further information, address
W. M ANimr.ws,
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Severe uttneks aro rulioved in from one
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A presistent pain in thu back indicate-
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Liver A: Kidney Halm.
When the devil goes to church ho
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Informed that wheu you need a bluoJ
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It is thu standard and, as such, tho only
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Cnluri-il III ill) to Stonn u .lull.
"Wlcliltii. Kan.. March 27. The chief
of pollcu was notillud last nlnht of the
orK.inliatloii f a mob of ISO colored
men lu thin city to ntorni tho city pris
on and kill tlie two white men In their
tiella who !m been KUHpected of beltiK
the men wh.. assaulted Slis. Dacey
1 louse, a cob. red woman, Haturday
nlBht. The city building guard was im
liwdlately Htiengthi'iu'd in resist any
attack that may bo made. Tho col
ored people are terribly excited over
Canitillan Iluubt of it Now Trinity.
Ottawa, Out., March 27. It Is denied
in Kovernment circles there Is any like
lihood of a new trenty in regard to
BetirliiK sea fisheries belnir tiBKOtlated,
ae Indloated In dispatcher from WnHh
Ington. it in true CannrJIan olHclals will
probably go to Washington soon to
make nrranfcempnts for iiHxcsnlns the
damages Buffered by Canndinn sealers,
as congress has refuhed to pay the
amount, but the Kenoral question of
Uhrltiff sea regulations is not likely to
Ilon.liirin to Tny for Itrutoit's Duatli.
WHshtngton. March 27. Thu state de
partment hua U'eeled a cable niesage
from Gen. Toung. United States minis
tcr to Honduras, announcing tlint tho
Honduras government haa promised to
spwdlly settle the (teuton ease. This is
tfie matter Capt. Oavla of tho t'nlted
States steamship Montgnmery recently
investigated, mil tho mrssauti Is n
Burned to mean that Honduras will pay
Mrs. Henton an Indemnity for the mur
derof her husband and loss of property.
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A . ii didii niBinrnin i w
A BRAINLESS FROG.
Put IliroiiRli Its Trick Ileforo it Oath
critic of Aniitnmlitv
A brainless frog was ono of tho
I fonturos of Intorost at tho second and
lust day's session of tho association of
American nnntomlsts, hold at tho col
logo of physicians und surgeons, says
tho Now York Sun. It was exhibited
by Dr. Hurt 0, Wilder, of Cornull uni
versity, and it was brought upon tho
scene after Dr. Wilder bad read hU
paper on ".Somo Anomalies of tho
lirnln," which followed u discussion
on "Tho Slgnlllcanco of Anoinallos,"
opencil by Dr. Thomas Dwight, of tho
Harvard medical school. Dr. ' Wilder
said that a recent mishap ho had met
with had sot him to thinking ot tho
origin of man.
"1 nearly turned my foot." ho said,
"in stepping oil" a board walk somo
timo ngo. In thinking over it I
couldn't help usklng myself why, In
tho matter of anklo, I wiisn't liko a
horso or a jackass. I'hon I camo to
n conclusion. I don't say wo havo
t)o ancestry, but it t-eemsto mo not
unlikely that our ankles aro weak bo
caitso our ancestors lived in trues,
nnd didn't uso tholr ankles to tho ex
tent wo do."
Then Dr. Wilder brought out his
brainless frog. It was a good-sired,
lusty-looking batrachlan, unit It was
in a bottlo. Dr. Wilder handled tho
bottlo gingerly while ho explained
that ho had taken tho frog's brains
out on December 7, tho frog being
under tho inlluenco of other. Ho then
tilted tho bottlo and rolled tho frog
out on a table. All tho men of science
gathered around and oxamlned tho
scar behind tho frog's loft ear, where
tho brain had boon taken out.
Tho fro;:, meanwhile, had got into
a squat, and gazed stupidly straight
before him. IIo wus motionless, und
when Dr. Wilder passed his hand
(Illicitly before Ills bulbous eyes, tho
frog didn't oven blink.
"That shows," said Dr. Wilder,
with a llttlo pride, that frogglo has
enough brains left to realize tho im
pression given to tho eye"
When tho doctor touched tho frog's
back, however, ho wriggled and mado
a movement as if ho'd liko to get
away, only ho hadn't enough energy
to do so. Then Dr. Wilder brought
out a wicker cylinder, and when tho
frog was placed on top of It ho know
enough to keep from sliding off, or
to keep It from slipping from under
Tho frog, having shown himself olT
in this trick, was put in a glass basin
half full of water. Instantly ho
struck out and swam as if his head
weri full of brains.
"That," said Dr. Wilder, -Is just
like a frog that has a mind."
Thou a bit of meat was got and
forced down tho frog's throat with tho
aid of forceps. Tor a moment tho
meat rested there, tho frog not know
ing enough to r-wallow. lint jireoent
ly it must havo choked him, for ho
gave a grout gulp and bolted it.
That," t-aid Dr. Wilder, trium
phantly, "Is rollex action."
The end of tho frog's accomplish
ments having boon reached, ho was
put back In his bottlo. It is said ho
may llvo for xuvcu or eight months
without a brain.
PLOT FOR A MELODRAMA.
An Aliortlvti IIiimu-Iii; for u Murder
'Hint Ytm Neer ((iliilult till.
Many years ago a joung man.
walking to the house of his brother,
a yeoman, found tho Inn ut a neigh
boring town very full, xnys tho Loudon
Saturday lloviow. lb. shared tho
room of a merchant who was openly
counting out bis moiioy. Having oc
casion to lslt tho garden und ul-o to
borrow a knlfu, bo aeeoptod tho loan
of a knlfo from tho merchant. On
returning to his room ho found tho
merchant gone. Ho went to bed,
slept, roMJ early, walked to his
brother's and was urreted in tho
afternoon for murdering tho mer
chant. In his pocket was that trades
man's knife, and between blado und
handle was a guinea of Mary ana
William. At tho inn tho merchant's
empty bed was stained with blood,
and, though tho merchant's body
was nowhere to be found, tho young
man was condemned for murder and
hanged in chains on his brother's
farm. Hero a country man ob-orved
that tho body moved. It was cut
down, life was reanimated and the
youth lied to sea. Taken bv .Span
iards In South America, ho roso to bo
warden of tho gaol, anil while lu en
joyment of that oiilco recognized
among s-oino Kngllsh prisoner th jn r
son for whoso murder ho had sutlered.
Tho fact was that tho merchant, while
tho youth wus absent in thn garden,
illi-ooverod that lu- was bleeding free
ly from a vein which bad been opened
that day. He hurried to tho surgeon
in the dark, was snied by a pr
gang, served his Hrltannie majesty in
a ship-of-war. was taken by the Span
lards, and. nt last, mot In i gaol of
.south America the very man who had
boon hanged for murdering hlin in
.Not a Hint ItiTiinl.
An olllcur of tho Hrltlsh militia re
cently oxproscod hlnisolf as personal
ly aggrieved becauso an English
journal Inadvertently, or otherwise,
put muiio of his follow-nnlltlainon
down as snobs." Ho avers that It Is
not a bad record for tho militia when
it Includes four princes, twelve dukes,
olght mnrqulse.s, twonty-ono earls,
fourteen viscounts, thlrty-throo lords,
thlrty-slx baronets, besides Innumera
ble lords-lleutenaut, high sheriffs,
tStil)tltuto for llon' Kitci.
A pntont ogg compound for uso in
hotels and bukories is obtained from
tho oggs of flsh-eatlng sea birds,
which can bo found by tho million on
tho low, uninhabited islands of tho
Atluntlo coast. A pound costs forty
flvo cents and is equal to sovonty-two
hon's oggs. Now York Sun.
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