The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 03, 1895, Page 2, Image 2

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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1895.
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ICopTllulitol, IMS, bf W.T. VotUit.
St. Johkpii, Mo., My 4. My ,
InHt bullotin gave forccasto of tbo
itorin wavo to cross tho continent
rrom 4 to 8 and ID to 14 and the next
will reach the I'liuilio no.ist about May
I I, croH tho wcHtcrn mountain
ooimlry by clo'ti of IFiIn, the groat
ocntral valleys from Kith to 18th
tml tho cimtorn states about tho I Dili.
This (liHlurlmnco will bring hoiiio of
tho hravient rniriH of tho month but
theso rniriH will not generally occur
where moHt needed Tho tendenoy
will bo decidedly toward too much
rain in tbo HoiitlimiHtcrn Mates and a
ilificiunny toward tho iiorthwcHt.
Warm wavo will eroHH tbo weet of
KookioH country about Mill, ureal
oonlral vallojH Kith ami custom states
18th. Cool wavo will cross went or
llockicH country about 17th, great
central valleys 1'Jth and cistern HtatcH
lilst.
HKNMtll.K TKMPKUATimKH.
Thcro aro two very diHtinot kinds
of tcinperaturcH and two kinds of thor
inomctorH for recording them. Ono
of thoflo temperatures in that of a dry
I tin other a wet atmosphere. Zero
weather in a dry atmoHphoro along
tho 10th degree of north latitude
would bo a Paradise compared with
I tin Haiuu tempernturo in a damp at
moHphero and a teuipcraturo of 100 in
f;l
dry atmosphere in as agrecahlu to man Hlrutnonts they do not know, noither
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tieiil'lv liiill'i'l' Iii lllilr. ntul what g
wits 'tell. Mir I gisiy. Alter 0
mini Acf 4 ll.ilr Vigor evei'il o
iiniiitlis my h.ilr begun lo i-iiiw f!
(igiiln. mill wmi i ni' iiiiinnii ei.H i 0,
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mm ii tint mi. nn in int a xiiiiiiiI, 4l , , r .. ,
JhfM III lllll UllliUU Ullillliliuu ill lliu mil
mill thu delrinieut of tho wi'Ht." XXX
"Tho meusuie of thorni diilorcnces
bettor than do tho weather bureau
ofioiali'.
TIiobo who have bad experience
with a well filled cellar in witter
kaow that it is not tho coldcat woatlur
ib marked on tho thortnotnotcr now in
common use, that frcczcH tho potatoes
apples, etc., hut it is that cold Hpcll
which brings with it a very damp at
inoRphcrc. I'lummcrH may havo nntiutd this
also for UO drgrces below zero given
them little work in repairing pipen
when the atmo.iphero is dry wbilo 10
degrees below, with a damp iitimiH
phcro will wot all tho plummcrn at
work.
Low bareiuctcrH crotiA tho coatinent
from weHt to east every thrco or four
days but not all of them produco that
which is worthy bcifg called storm
wavcB. oiany oi Hicho iowh aro en
tirely dry, produco no rain, tho atmos
phere circulating in them contains
little moisture and thcreforo they do
not alTict animal life.
My effort to forecast only those
lows that produco n damp atmosphere
and tho national weather maps tnakn
no distinction between the day and
wot lows, consequently tho weather
maps show more lows and highs than
aro contained in my foracasts.
Many of theso lows, produco no
sousiblo weather changes and as an
extremely large number of people de
pend on their senses and not on in-
THE-
mill beast ns 80 in an atmospbero sat
united with evaporated water.
(Japt. (Hansford, formerly connected
with tbo national weather bureau,
now chief signal olTuirr of tho army,
department of the Colorado and sta
tioned at Denver, recently published
an artiolo in which bo says:
"Thoro aro in all tempuraturo ro
eordstwo element!1, tho eonsiblo tem
perature and tlio apparent teuipcra
turo or that which expresses tho heat
or cold felt by tho human being; and
tho apparent temperature, a mere
record of bow tbo
inumntrr is affected
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DENVER
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CAL 9RNA
'umiil uouroe."
The resulting evaporation about
tint wetted blub is similar to that of
the clothed human body from wbioh
tho perspiration is evaporated, thus
causing cooIm'sh. Tho coolness is in
direct ratio to tho dryness of tho air;
that is, tbo dryer tbo atmosphero the
greater tho evaporation and conse
quent.". XXX
"Tho eonverao of this is truo in
winter; that in, the dryer tho air tbo
less tbo discomfort Iclt from extreme
cold. Perhaps all havo experienced
the dangorous chilling effect of very
cold weather accompanied by a damp
atmosphere."
lly a mup dipt. Olassford illustrates
tho average temparnturo for July
showing tho sensible teuipcraturo to
be. for tho northern parts of tho
United States. 01.4 and tho mochnni
eal temperature S.l.l degrees.
As to tho cITects on animal life, f ro
lialily also to somo extent on vegeta
ble life, this gives to tho cast half of
tlio. United States a much colder 6cn
siblo temperature iu winter and n
much warmer scnsiblo tempernturo in
summer than is experienced in tho
west half. All this remiltii from the
difference in amount of moisturo in
the atmosphere,
To Homo extent this will explain
tho popularity of my weather bulletins
and why they havo a circulation oi
over two million oopioa wookly.
A vtry largo portion of tho peoplo
perhaps nincty-nino out of a hun
dred make their estimates of weather
events through their senses and not
by tho readings of thermometers and
other mechanical instruments which
are not fitted to tho bcubo of animal
life
Thoso who experience weather
changes and also watch the records
nude by the weathor bureau know
that the two seem to have but very
little relation and thcreforo it is well
apparent why the common people can
appreciate the fulfillment of thoso
do they care, that n weather ehnngo
has (incurred.
Tho lower animals are much moro
Hciihiblo to scnsiblo weather changes
than aro members of llio liiiinr.ti race.
Moro particularly is this truo of wild
animals, and ovon tamo hogs in a new
country and their senses tell thorn of
theso scnsiblo woalber changes somo
times days iu advance.
These ideas, ns to the wild animals
aro ridiculed only by thoso who havo
had no experience iu now countries.
About. May Ifith all tho eight plan
ets will bo above tho horizon nt sun
set and will remain so during laUlmlf
of tho month. Without tho aid of
the telescope, Mercury, Venus, Mars,
Jupiter and Saturn will bo visible.
All except hut urn ami Uranus are
north of tho earth's equator.
Tho newspaper! should stop sajing
uj clone when they mean tornado.
Tlio latter is the only correct name
for tho destructive twister. A cyclone
is any largo storm such ns a rain or
snow storm whoso low barometer hnsa
liKi.'.ernto right to left circular motion.
Kxploration of the upprr air by bal
lon vojnges live to ten miles above the
earth is tho present fad of tho scion-
OLDEST and ORIGINAL
Dr.WHITTIER
10 WEST NINTH STREET,
(HEAR JUNCTION.)
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.
Regular Rraduote
fytfrJI
authorized by the
state, and concoci
od to bo tlio load
inff and most suc
cessful Specialist
In BLOOD. NERV
OUS and URINARY
DURING THE
MONTH OF
I IVIIl IF'MP)
APRIL
lists.
Why
Llnv.
Tho rocent showers hnvo made
everyone rejoico nnd mother earth put
on a green color. Everybody is busy
with their crops and somo have al
ready finished planting com. Stock
has passed through tho winter very
satistactory under tho circumstances.
Rev. Sims of Oak nssisted by Rev.
J.J. Ilaskinsof Guido Rock talked
to n large audicnoo at Penny Creek
Sunday evening.
Ren VnnDako departed for Waldo
last week.
V. H. Scrivncr of Logan, Kansas, is
replacing his orchard from tho Stark
Mo,, nursery this week.
Labon Aubushon is on tho sick list.
Assessor Hummel has been making
his rounds to ascertain the wealth of
our citizens.
Miss Myrtle Anderson has returned
from Smith Center, Kansas.
Tho union Sunday-school of Penny
creek is progressing nicely under tho
supervision of Supt. YanDyko nud
his nblo assistant Mrs. Aubushon
Tho nrangements will bo comploled
uext Sunday for a Children's Day ex
orcise Court has adjourned and tho cele
brated Gust nnd Williamson enso was
decided in favor of tho plaintiff,
Nows comes from llonloulu II. I.
that Capt, VanDyke is doing nicely in
tho salvation army work.
Tho aid, stato and private, has at
last Icon distributed and tho many
who received it, ws suppose, arc now
contented.
DI8EA8E8.
Nervous Debility
With IU Many Oluomy Symptom Cured.
Lost Vitality
Perfectly and lrmaaently Ktitored.
Syphilis
Cured tor Lite Without Mercury.
Urinary Diseases
QuUkly Relieved nnd Ihoroughly Cured.
Is I)r. II. .T. Wliltttcr Invar
l.iblysiirrcsstulf llecuuso hu
HKiltci no iiroinNi'H that ho
BIHRSKuECBKKU riiiiimt fultlll. AoUU'hf.lIi
curc-nllt anil unskilled physlclani, ntul consult
I)r. Whltttor In person or by letter (clvlni;
N)initoniM) mill receUo tho r.uiillil opinion o; a
phvslclnu of Iiiiik iiirliiiii'i tiiuiuvBtloiivd
rtblll mill HtrrlliiK Integrity.
Air.lMCIM'.s from our own laboratory fur
ulshed nt sin ill cost ncil hhlppoil liny wheru
secure from observation.
TKi:.VTIKNT iuit wilt C. 0. 11.
CONSULTATION.
URINARY ANALYSIS.
OflWo hours-0 to I ntul 7 to ?. Sunday 10 to 12
iO ! J a J '' HeiiHIi mill i:iiierceiicle
KA1 IU & I frO ctH.-.iliiiiips-to prip.iy.
C.ilt or nililress In btrlct ronildcnro
DR. H. J.WH.TTIER,
10 Wast Nlntn Street, Kansas City, Mo
FRFJ.
I will iniiko SO pur cent dUfoiml on
Boo U s rd hoes.
Now is tlu tinio to got HARDWAKK mul
T1NWARK cheap. I am closing thuin
out. 20 ier cent reduction on CUTLERY
for :i short '""
I have a Bargain Rack !
On which article's of all lines will be
, found at less than cost. w A
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G. A. HARRIS?
cimi,i,
MlltltASKA.
E. G. MORANVILLE,
Livery and Feed Barn.
I'lrst-cliisi iu every deltill. I.oli or room, liri;lit haled tiny
mul it varh'ly ol Knilii. Ki'W rlyi anil nu'II'I horses caa be efiireil
for elty or country driven it! reasonable prlees. -
NORTH Ol? HOLLAND HOUSE.
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B HENRY DIEDERICH, 3
sewing machines Hard Times Pi ices on Shoes 3
POPULAR? :
BECAUSE LADIES
BUYthkm LIKE THEM S-r:
AND TELL &s.
Lmlien' Fino Dotiola Oxford Tics $1 00
ijiulifft' Fino Donola Button SIiol-s 1 00
Grnt'H Oil Urain ConjjrcHs 1'low Shoes 1 00
(Jutit'a Oil (jraiu Congress lMuw Shoes 1 n.ri
Oenl'i Oil Orain Congress IMow SIiooh,.... 1 flO
Ask to sco my fino lino of
long range weaker forccaiti so muoh Teacher.
Schvol Report.
Report of sohool in diitriot 70 for
April. Total enrolled 18. Average
daily attendance K5. Thoso not ab
sent or tardy during the month were
Alpha Hocso, Mollie ltceoo and Phcbo
Wolford. Thoso tvhoso deportment is
DO or aboTO Morton Smith. Cora
Smith, Julia Sibcrt, Mollio lleoso, Mid
Phebo Wolford. N L. D. Smith,
Many ladies have used our machines I -
twenty to thirty years in their family work, "
nnd arc still tisin thu original machines -.
we furnished them n generation ago. j
Many ol our macliines nave run more
than twenty years without repairs, other
than needles. Willi proper care they
never wear out. and seldom need repair.
We have built sewing machines for
more than forty years and have constantly
improved them. We build our machines
on honor, ami they are recognized every
where as the most accurately fitted nnd
finely finished sewinp machines in the
world. Our latest, the "No. 9," is the
result of our long experience. In com
petition with the leading machines of the
world, it received the Grand Prize at the
Paris Exposition of iSS), as the best,
other machines receiving only compli
mentary medals of gold, silvcrand bronze.
The Grand Prize was what all sought for,
and our machine was awarded it.
Send for our illustrated catalogue. We
want dealers in nil unoccupied territory,
WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO.
IBS 4 18T WABASH AVE., CHICAQO
S. E. Cozad,
Uahj Snoes, the I'lnent Line Close Around Here,
HENRY D1EDEHICH.
iiiUiiUiiiiiiiU iii iu iii iu mumm
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
DKALKUS IN
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Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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