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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1895)
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THK PROCTtll & CAMBLC CO, ClNTI.
LCoprUtttvi1, 18M, tiy V . T. 1'oMer.l
St. Joskimi, lo, Miy 17. My
last bulletin uavc fureensts of llio
Btorin wave to en-si the continent
from 21 to -. ami iln- next will reach
the Pacific eii.it about Mny
2G, cross the western mountain
oountry by cluic of 27lh, the great
central valley from 28th to 210th
and the eastern slates about the lUst,
This disturbance will devclnpc a very
considerable- energy with severe local
storms, high winds ami heavy rains in
Wann wave will mm wi-tt of Itock
ics country uduut 2(!th, gient central
valleys 28 th, and eastern states 210th.
Cool wave will cms writ of Rockies
countrv about 2!)th, j-nt uentral vall
eys Hist and eatiTM tats .June 2d.
Although thu'ip ! in;.' laoge lorce;ist
of avi'rago inotitliU tiinpcr itun-s and
rainfall are giving gem r.il satisfaction
the cilcul.itions mi vhieh the rainfall
is based are not yet complete. I ex
pect to have t'lem iMiupleto in time
for the July fnrei-ist.
By the above I do not mean that
they will bo pcrfrct ln as near so as
I can make them for lSK.'i weather.
The ciili'iilattonsfnr KSDU will lie niueli
more complc'u and w-ll more fully
indicate the real va'tm of my new dis
covery us to ti'in jitT.i'uri s and laiufall.
All eileulatioi's in letutier.ituri.s
indieate that e:t.t il the lloeky moun
tains April and May will prove to be
comparative! the warmest months of
1SH5 Not in nil tin- district buttuk-
ing that section of country a a whole.
lu the viuiuii) cf Clurleston, South
Carolima, .Inly and Xownilicr prom
ise tin greatfit execs !' t 'inpcittirc
December i to b- w eold month
everywhere rnt of the ItocKiea and
Septemler will gemi.iMy avenue be
low I lie normal.
I h ve not gono I ir ruotigh in the
calculations to upOi't'.iin tlio cliir.ictcr
of next winter 'out Di-eemh'ir will ner
taint v bo ver en'd an I n h now a mat
ter f 'i inicri'At to mio.v w'l.it tlio
folo. tng iliriT uioi-riis, .Juniii'i,
Fe u ty and Mar-ill, wi.l li . I e:.ot
to l.'.illo to up-m ili:- iiiluruiatiun in
my bulletin of 211111'' 2!)tli.
Tito '.ithi'r Imimmu M'onld piibl'sh
tlic d.iiiy uverau'11"- ol leiiipuratuni and
rainfall of at leat n fnvoftho Inst
long records All that w now li.ve
arc the monthly nvirags ntid llioj urn
not in iiecor'l with nttiinil weather
perioils Tlio congress should appro-
Easy to Take
And Perfect In Their Action,
Never fall to relieve Dyspepsia,
Constipation, and Headache.
"I liavo jirovcil tlio vtiluo of o
Ayer s rills in rolioviiig uMiop
8lu and licailnelie, with which
complaints I was .so long troubled
that neither tlio doctor nor my
self supposed I hhould over bo
well again. Through tlio use of
the aliovo nicdiciuo 1 am better
than I have been for years."
A. Gaskill, Versailles, 111.
"I have used Ayer's Tills for
15 years ns a cathartic in liver
complaint, and always with ex
tremely beneficial effect, never
having had need of other medi
cine. I nlso glvo Ayer'u Tills to
my children, when they remiire
an aperient, and the result fs al
ways most satisfactory ." A,
A. Eatox, Centra Conway, N. II.
"Having been severely afflicted
with costlvenoss, I was induced
to try Ayer's Pills. Their use has
effected a completo cure, and I
can confidently recommend them
to all similarly afflicted." C. A.
Whitman', Niponio, Cal.
Received Highest Awards o
mi i ni vwnbw m i-Minal
zn.v" v at r.- w:v
priate enough money lo publish vol
ume containing all the daily average.
of rainfall and temperature. This is
absolutely necessary in order that
long range forecasts may bo perfected
IMIE88 UKE WAVK9.
It is but natural to respect tbe theo
ries of men plaocdiu government posi
tions. In our rcpubliu tho theory is
that such men become tho servants of
the people while the fae.t is that they
become the people's masters.
Tho editor of tho Monthly Weather
lleviow camo to tho wheathcr bureau
when first organized in 1S70 after hav
ing had long experience with the
Smithsotiinn Institute in tlio same
line. His abilities me tint questioned
sod he has dominated in tho weather
bureau from its inception.
But wo should prove all things and
hold fast only to that which is good.
Bcuausu men hold high positions is
not evidence of their inf.ilibilily. The
opposite often proves true.
In the Weather Review for Novem
ber 1801 the editor of that official tries
to explain tho ciuoof tho titnsitni
high and low b.irtuxctcis wlsicli cr si
this noiititicut from wett to east regu
larly. Theso v millions in pro-Mire oause
our most important weather changes
and their ruu-cs am of too inu-ih inte
rest to permit such blundering lube
tbi'oriui as aro promu'g.iti'd by l'rof.
Abbe to go uunoli(ed.
In this latitude the Unit ol the air
movements is from west to east carry
ing the high and low barometers with
it. These huh ind low biromeieis
have been called wav s and tho hijh
uauis a pressuso of 100 poutaN, mio
or less, to the square fot greater than
the pre-surc of tho low and th"si
wavth p.is any givun place going cast
ward, regularly at intervals of tbiee oi'
What causes these wave.-? The an
swer to this (uery is given by Prof.
Ahbu and 1 regard it as extrcniel
Sneaking of bimsolf l'rof. Abb'.'sa
''In his preparatory studies the editor
has eonsidercd tho tnovoments of the
atmosphi n; as nnalagous to tho itirlni
lent flow of a river in which acemiing
rushes and descendiue; edies alternate
wuh each other and whero tho pr sa
tires at the bottom of tho stream must
depend upon tho irregularitiei of the
lo-ul resistauoes almost an much as
upon tho centrifugal forces within
"On surface of such a river at flood
stago and superposed upon tho cdies
that pervade its depths one may see a
system of surfaco waves reflected from
frhoioto shore or a system of standing
waves below any special obstacle.
The atmospVero doubtless presents
such phenomena as theso and also
other but similar waves of pros-sure
dcpeudingon heat, on evaporation and
condensed aqueous vapor, or lunar and
solar tides and oven on great eruptions
such as Krakatoa."
Tlio waves in a liver caused by tho
water tunning over at. obstacle, do not
move with tho waters of tho stream
but aro stationary as vu sco whoro tho
waters ruu over a dam, Over tho dam
is u high wave and below the dam is a
low, or tho latter is muoh lowor than
the water abovo the dam.
But theso two waves do not movo
with tho waters while tho waves of
prcssuro in tho atmosphere do move
with tho eastward flowing air. Here
in is tho fundamental blunder of weath
er bureau offioiala and all tho thao
rier baied oh it bsoome blunders.
The high ware in s river is mads to
represent ths high barometer and the
depression in the river'a surface to
raprrient the low. The reverse of
this it aorraot as the waatkar bureau
offioiali will find by plaoing a barom
eter below a mill dam. The falling
water will make a high barometer be
cause its momentnm downward will
cause a greater prenure than if the
barometer be plaead abeva the dta at
the same distaueo below the surface
of tho quiet, rising water,
In nearly all their theoriei these
weather bureau offioials get the eart
before the hone. They lay the high
THE RED CLOUD CI1TEF,
barometer is caused by a wavo and
tho low by a depression in the atmo
sphere. The reverso is true.
The low barometer is like a gcys-i
that spouts its waters high into 1 1.
atmosphere and the high biromoter if
analogous (o where, those waters fall,
One is a pool where the falling waters
causr an iiierensd pressure, tho other
is 'in upward movement of waters
uhi'jli twll eitiiie a light pressure on u
baicmctcr immersed in them.
Or. Price's Cream Unking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
MINISTERS" GO SLUMMING.
Onoit .MlhTittikrn l'iitnr furry Wntrrto
Five tarfjely attended ivIIkIoux mnps
tnrctliiKH were lield nt Milwaukee tlu
other ovenltiK nt Methodist churches to
OlseusH jilatis for luiiUKUintltiK a move
ment to enforce Sunday lawn and Im
prove the moral tone of the community.
There were a number of vlKorous ad
dresses and a general determination to
maki n serious effort to puppi-css vice
was shown. That the men Interested in
the movement were In earnest Is certain
nnil Milwaukee is certainly In for it eu
non of Mum limitations. The Itev. Walter
J. I'atton, intstor of Anbury Methodist
KlilHcoiuil chinch, saw the wicked Hide
of city life the jirevloiiH nlKht. He was
accompanied by a brother pastor nnil it
yolltiK man about town who acted as
KUlde. The reverend Kcntlcmnu did not
Ko to bed until early Sunday niornliiK
When asked about his tiip be said that
he had H'en the seamy side of life In
llostou and Chicago, but that It did not
appuiacb In wlel edness what he hud
neen lu Milwaukee Not only did Or
I'atton anil bis clerical companion visit
illsieputnble houai'H, but they nlso took
lo KamblltiK houses. The tenderloin ills
tiict was done to u tin n, and tin
reverend detective die lares that be has
Secured ample evbb nee that will be
used nt the pmper time. The man who
piloted the pre. u hers says that hespent
?o0 and the minimi rs' trip cost them less
than fJ each.
The Olili'tl Itrpnl lie.
San Marino, In Iti.l.v, on tbe roast of
the Adriatic Sen, H the oldest republl
In the world. It Is, iiom toMouiieo, the
Miutllcst state In Ktirope. The ert
ilnte of the establishun nt of this ie
public Is not Unov m, but nccordlnj; to
ttniiltlon. II was l'i tb" fourth century,
by Mnrliiuii. u Dalmatian hermit, mid
has ever i ince remnlned Independent.
It Is mountainous, and contains four
or live vlll u;ea. Tbe word "I.lbcity"
Is Inscribed on Its capltol.
;r.itrlK- Henry Slid It.
Is life " t dear, or pence so swept, as
to be f chased nl the price of chains
und r' .ery? l'orbld It, Almighty (lodl
I Ur jv not what course others may
take: but an for me. fjlve me liberty
or i;lve mo ilentlt I'atilcU Ilcnry.
A Necleileil Crop.
The south N mh !"cd to ratpn more
corn, and tbe wlmje ountry mav rafely
add to the n'-renuo In beans. N'.'arly
n million bu-O'i Is of henns were Import
I'd last ear, and adviinchif,' prleo Mioiv
that this Is n wfjcntcil crop.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great In leav
ening power as the RoyaL .
All IKTNVflMrt TA-nlttn nrl Mtjiwt rnr
Bold by ruelsta or ccr.t by innll. 25c., Wo.
maa gl.00 per packnge. Fjmplc3 free
f3TfDl Tra'(nk,rn'n',avor!to K;TBP0OTS3
XkSJ UlKJ fortloTccthand Hrcath.aoO.
Captain Svrccnoy, U.H.A.,Snn niejro. Cal.,
Bays: "blilloh'a Catarrh Itcmcuy U tlio llrat
meillelno I liavo over found that would do rao
aayBCod." l'rlcoMcta. Hold by UruggUj.
Tma OnEAT Conan Ctmn proraptlrcur
Whcruall ot Iters fall. For Consumptloa it. Iim
Bo rival; has cured thousand, ciiu will cmi3
tou, If taken In time. Wco S3 ctj, C3 tti., 5UC:.
I'r -.ulo by V C :olilnu; Irtic;lKl
Far tiraekeepinff and dnrability nothing
boata the aeventeen jeweled
Deuiier Hampden Watch.
and examine them. Alao hia line of
riaud and mild llverwar, lonreulr ipooni,
) I Imtiillta knives and fnrki. arIUK Mti,
calilnircard cawn, lion bnn txixn and other
MTtltlri. A fine line of twtMcIti and
rImm with IntrrrliaiiKkhleieiiMii.iteel, nickel
Prrr and void fritnim, npcUI and careful at
ttnUmumld tontiltiktliee)e. My line o( 7od
baud watchae It ulte laajte. I wllfrua then oS
at Ims than their artual worth,
larnniig your wteb, clock and Jewelry re
air work, )uurer.(rariD and yoor old tele
aad tlUer to me,
cunincs ( JASJBBaiM
w.irvi ' ". wjl it ivii.1. nut cunt,,
1TRTDAY, MAY 1(),
LOST HEIi ULOOMEMS.
Tho t'rlKhl fully Awful lllleiiiniii of it
(IncstM of the Stamfoid hotel, on
MIchlKiui avenue, were boiillled Sunday
at an accident to a yotitiR lady which
occuired jlit In front of that famous
hostclt y, which has become a kind of
heiulfiuatters for those bicyclists who
maae use or the miiKiilllcent South side
boulevurds, says the OIiIchko Tilbune.
At iiboiit 4 o'clock lu the afteiuoou n
veiy ilashliifT Hlrl, with u little cap set
Jauntily upon her blonde ilnslets. came
BpeeilliiK down the avenue She was
dressed In a very natty blouse and the
latest style of ildlni; bloomcts, hleh
reached well down toward tbe unkle.
Just us she reached the hotel one of
the bloomer lojjs catlKht lu between the
chain und sprocket of the machine and
In an Instant. koIiib nt the scorchlnc
pace she was, the entire bloomer was
stripped off her shapely rluht limb. The
spectators were for a moment paralyiied
at tbe extent of this eatastiopho, und
two or tin re youiur ladles who wete
Just about to mount their wheels
blushed ns red ns it rainy sunset, but
the dashliiB damsel was equal to the
cmetKency. With u dextrous hand she
dlseni;aKcd hoi self rrom the munulrd
bloomeis und stood before her udnilr
liiK and astonished iiudlence nrrayed
In un extremely becomliiK pair of bliiek
tli;hts und li links to match. Tbrusilni,
the bloomeiM Into her blouse, she vault
ed IlKlitly on her wheel mid the next
moment was vanishing southward over
the haul roadway at a two-nilnute gull.
Tired, Weak, Nervous
Could Not Sleep.
Prof. L. 1). Edwards, of Preston,
Idaho, says: "1 was till ruu down,
weal;, nervous and irritable through
overwork. 1 stillored from brain fa
tigue, mental depression, oti:. 1 be
came no weak and nervous that 1
eoiild not, sleep, 1 would arise, tired,
discouraged andbliio. I began taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine
and now every thing Is changed. I
sleep soundly, 1 feel bright, active
and ambitious. 1 can do more In one
day now than I used todo in a week.
For tills great. good 1 give. Dr. Miles'
Restorative Nervine tlio solo credit.
Dr. Miles' Nervine N sold on a pniltlvn
Riiaranlco that tho llrstbotllo will lienelit.
All !ru-i.-lsls sell IL at. l,tl liotllci for (.', or
It will Pohciit. preii.ild, on receipt of prlcn
by tho Dr. Ml led Medical Co., lUkhart, lad.
1'ain l'n.LH. "Onocoiitaduso." AtdnuiKlsta.
G. F. Stapleton.
lflnkCH a Npucliilly !" Itrpalrlnt;
IltiKKlt'N nnil CurrlugcN.
Uorso-shounig nnd llow Work prompt
ly attended to, and tikes
Trotting uud Ruiming Horses,
And till work oxpoeted at a Uret
Shop South of the I.mmtlry.
"Ml AS. KAi'L
The O. K. Shop,
Red 4'louil, .ubruNltu.
I rivo my personal attention to my
pHtroui. Kirnl-uliiM shavinK and Imlr
cutting a npechilty.
UTCI1ISUN A 111 ATT,
Ull AviINUK, - IlKllCl.omi, Nl'UliAHKA
Firat-oliiHri barbers and llrstnluso work
gniirnntecil f Jive mo u call
pi ask & Moxrrr,
ATTonxiars at law,
Moon I!i.ook, - UKD Cr.OlJO, NRH.
(billed ions iroinplly uttoudod to, nnd
correspondence nolle! ted.
It. J.S. KMKJI1,
11 kd Ci.ouu, Nkhkahka.
Over Tuylor'n Viiriilluro Mlorn.
Kxtracti teeth wltlimit pnln.
Crijun nnd ItkIko work it aieclaltv.
"orcelaln Inlny, hiki all kind1 ot koM rllllnM.
MHkt- told uuil ruhtwr platct and combltiatlOD
All woik uniirHntK'tl to txi flrtt-clmii.
W. TULLKYS, M. D.
Red Cloud, NeuratsKSh
Ofllui opHialt Vint National Bank.
I). S.KxamltiliiK Suryeon.
Cliroiiir (lUcn-fn treattid hv mail.
Ocrinan Imurance Co , Vrrf port, III.
Itoyal itoiiiancxCo,, I.Uerixxil, KiiRlaod.
Iloinr VI re Inmiraiife Co., ul Omaha. Ntbr.
I'lmnU Atiuraiice Co, ot linUon, Kng.
To Mmiclietrr rlro Akiarancot'o. ol anatantf.
Mrltih America Aiiuraitre Co. Toronto, Can.
Mniul Kriu-rre k'umt l.lle Auu.ol N. Y.
TUe Workman IIuiIuIuk ud lxau Auoclatloa
ot MiK'oln, Nebraska.
Office oTtr Mixer a Stora.
Rid Cloud, NasRaaia
WW iSiWf' ijkbOkV
bupIi nn Scrofula nml Anrrmirt, .Shin Ertiplioim and Palo or
Hallow Contplrxioim, are Hpeedily cured by
SenJor pamphlet on
Scott A Bowno, N. Y. All
But Way Down !
Don't fail to examine our stock and prices
"ROSS & RIFE,
Ordnns Ordromptry flllod. Vour ti'itronitLCo nollcltod
u tuonly pn( jonri'iil, in tho leiulini; IN ul Icnn fiiinil iicr of the Unitet'
Stnti'H. limn NATIONAL 1'WMll.A l'AI l.lt.inil cixcbiiIi llin Ki-ntriil ncwaot
tlin I Tni I nl SlutcH. 1 1 (,' i -1 h tlio cvrntH nl fciMn IhmIh In n mill lu'll, Itw "AG
lirL'Il'UU.h"ilci!iitnicnt luium i,ti.fii(.r in tin imii.lij. Jtn "MAI1KKT
Ul' I'OK'I'S" me rcrncniyuil iiiilliotit .'-c in jilu ilc mtiin i.ti fur "THK l'"AMI
LVC !K('l.i:,""Ol It H)l?N(l FOLKS," m.iI f-C'M'Nt K nml MKC1IANIC8."
I1n''IIOMK nnd SOCI 10'J'V" ciilu ihmh i'ciiiiiiihkI llio iiiimiintiiin of uivcu und
(liuililcrH. ItH cncnil pnliticnl iiuwr, t.'ililni inln mul diticiHiotiH urn comiunlmn
nive, brililnnt nnd exliiinutive.
A SPECIAL CONTRACT eniil)leniifl to oirurlliiBuplondid journul and THE
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-AddrePri nil ordorn to T1IH CHIKF, Kud Cloud. NeliniHltn.
Wrllo your naiiiu and addrcHH on a iiinl ourtl, Muad II lu c.
V. IJfl, IEooiii U, Trilmiie Itnildlnu, Xtnv York, utul NUinplat
copy oii'iii; p,i:vr yohk wa:i:iiLV Titiuui: win u
iiiullvd to you.
QieoiNeis. Bargains in Lap Dusters.
win sen you a wed Halter lor 20 cems.
Wo will otlVr nt pub
lic tllllu to 111') llif,'lll'ht
liitldcr for eimli 1
1 hihmI linlter, nil for
Ah lenthor Iiiih iidvitnceil "."
por cent wo ntill huvo n fo
wh of r1iiiIu lmriH'i-3 Ht
AIho it Krnud b:i!i;:uin in
iee Prices One Day ill, J. 0. iter, i
CDC I- TO I H,h,y Eaineled Paper.
r IrbbMSMak I worth $i.oo.
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One Dollar for 1 HE
fSMsitdert pn tvrrrra 'lotdduM
ooqje eidBrti 10 loi,ifo 'bbo
siiis situ sn ssr& smsss
n rr n eiqvnnitai 1 1 pBBanio4
si vtiqamof) qt jo onanpaidM
iqdwlotoqd nas-xxxtR to 0011
.oim to nttieoa 01 fittfu 8ioq .
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ijue ioj uidia 10a wop sonduswini
'ooti ituoa tsa ssNtpssH im mqo
tho Cronm of Cod-liver Oil. No othorrem
cdy no quickly and cfTeclivoly onricheH and
IHirifics llio Wood and Kivcu nouriHhmont
to iho wholo nyafom. It in iilousant to tnko
nnd easy on tlio Bloinnch.
Thin, Emaciated Porsona nnd all
suflbrinfr from Wasting Disoasca nro ro
etored to health by Scott's Emulsion.
Bo fliiro you get tho liottlo with our
tmdo-nmrk ou it. Iiofuso cheap Hubstitutesl
Seott's Emulsion. FREE,
drucnluto. 50 conto and SI.
Look at the beautiful displav in our
store windows and you will see
ll Prices on ill Pager i Not Up !
June 1st, at J. 0. Bullers.
SIw ot page, 11 by ittfc laches.
Elaborate Cover la (fold ad Colon..
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