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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1805.
All washing is not white washing,
as nil soati is not Santa Claus.
That bath-brick tint when seen in I
clothes, always proves that they
j are strangers 10 batua unit, soap.
Try it. Sold everywhere. Made by I
S THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. CHICAGO.
ICopvrlKlitea, 1833, by W . T. Foitcr.1
St. Joseph, Mo., June 29. My
last bulletin gavo forecasts of the
term wavts to cross tho continent
from 30th to July 4th. The noxt
will reach the PaciCc coast about July
5th, cross tho western mountain
country by clu-o of Gth, tho great
ocntral valleys from July 7th to Oth
and the eastern states about the 10th.
Accompanying this disturbance a
very considerable amount of rain will
fall frem Kansas and Nebraska along
and near the 40th parallel to New
York and tho New England slates,
and following this disturbance the
weather will bo very cool for the time
In connection with this btorm wavo
tho warm wavo will cross the west of
the Rockies country about July 5th,
great central valleys 7th, and tho
eastern states July 0th. Cool wavo
will cross thn west of Rockies coun
try about 8ih, great central T.illey a
10th and eastern states about 11th.
The third disturbance ot July will
reach the I'.icifiu about July 11th,
cross the west of Rockies couutrj by
close of llitti, the great central val
leys 13th tc 14th, and eastern states
Rains from this disturbance will be
about tho same and in somo parts of
jic United Status as mentioned far
tne storm wave ot bin to lUth, aad
following the storm the temperature
will be lower than usual.
The warm wave connected with
this last disturbance will cress tho
west of Rockies country about the
11th, yrrat eentnl valley 13t.li, and
eastern states lfch. Tho cool wve
will cross tin west of Rookies country
about 1 4 tit, great central vallcjs 16th
and eastern states 19lh.
JUI.T TKMI'KKATCRE ASM) RAIN.
As no writer has ever lived whoso
production have been undurstoed
alike by all who have read thorn, fre
quent explanations arc necessary in
order that a fair proportion of my
readers may givu a right construction
to my weather forecasts.
There is a broken chord somtwhero
that by sympathetic vibrations er
therwisc, incapacitates the Eaglish
I would rather say United States
laoguago for being understood, even
when written in the plainest newspa
per or magazine leniences.
Id my long range forecasts of tcm
crature, and rain or drouth, it is not
possible to bo exact in all particulars,
but I try to make tho forecasts practi
cal. My weather tables unmistakab
ly indicate tho general characteristics
of the crop and the winter seasons,
but it is very difficult to determine
exactly when the ohanco from a
drouth to excessive rains, or from a
long heated term to a loag low tea
pcraturo will eccur.
Bui I can, as my readers well
knw, givo fair warniug of a drouth,
as I did in rcferenco to the April and
May drouth of this year, aad of the
breaking up of the drouth as I did
in refereaco to Juno for west ef the
Mississippi, and a continuance ot the
drouth well along into June far east
of the Mississippi.
If readers will aoto carefully all
these forecasts they will find thorn
praotioally correct, although a drcuth
predicted for ono month may run over
little into tho following month aid
The World's Fair Tests
Mbowed ao baking powder
m pan or sdrcat la hrnr
MM ft ti
the same may eccur as to tempera
tures. There is no means ef knowing the
futuro of tho weather except by the
records ef pact weather, and as these
reoerds are often very deficient our
weather rules cannot always be per
fect. I hive just completed my third
calculation for July and the following
are tho results:
Kast of the Alleganies and north
of Washington City tho temperaturo
will be about and the rainfall about
The Ohio Valley, Tennessee and
to lower lakes will avcrago much
cooler than usual and tho rainfall will
be abovo tho average.
Tho southeastern states will kavo
average temperature and a drouth.
Tho southwest including Texa,
western Louisiana and Oklahoma
will have average temperature and
The upper Mississippi valley and
upper lakes, including the country
north, nerthcast mid northwest of St.
Leuis, will average cooler and therein
a deficiency of ram will occur.
In the Missouri and tho lied River
of the North valleys, teaperature will
average below and rainfall about nor
mal. On tho aorth Pacific slopo tempera
turo will be about and rainfall below
On tho south Paolflo slope tempera
ture will be above and rain bolow nor
mal, In the west of Rockies country
temperaturo and rainfall will bo about
Within the districts Mentioned
abovo the rainfall will vary in smaller
districts and I have only tried to give
the general averages.
WINTKIl OK 1893 0.
In the following forecasts of the
winter tho coldest aad warmest per
iods aro r.ot ecasidored. Oae half of
a month may be moderately warm and
the other half extremely celd, in
whioh case tho month weuld be set
dawn h cold because its average
would bo below tho normal.
In speaking of a winter as mild, or
as cold, four months Dccembor, Jan
uary, February and March aro usual
ly considered, and it is the last part
of tho winter that most affects aniaal
and vegetable life and the general
welfare and pecuniary interests of
To know whether tho coming win
ter would be a warm or oold one would
mako or save millions of dollars to
our people, and while the winter may
not. in all rospeots and in all plaoes,
be as I have calculated, I will say
nith tno utmost confidence that to
adopt tho followiug forecasts as cor
rect will result in a very Urge balance
on tho side of profit for tho people of
the United States.
Tho winter of 1895-6 will be a long,
oold,0"hard" wiutor over tho wholo of
tke United States. Tho term "hard"
as applied to wintor seasens is prob
ably of westcra origin and has refer
ence to frequent and sudden chauges
that aro very severe on unsheltered
Docomber, 1895, January, March
and part of February will averago
odd, and a goneral thaw will ooour in
Dooerabor, 1895, will be generally
and severely eold in the United State
and Canada. January and March
will be severely cold in the vaUoys ef
Children Cry ftr
tho Ohio, Tennessee, Upper Miss'usip.
pi and Missouri and the lake country.
Freni tho crest of the Rookies
westward tho winter will taper off to
milder in tho direction of Vancouv
er's island, Febraary showing the
greatest departure on the cold side.
Resides these general features
many extremes will occur that I can
not undertake to give in this bulletin.
As to the ccuditinuef winter grains
much depends on the amount of snow
and the weather in September, Octo
ber and Nevctnber of this ycer, and I
will five in tliesn bulletins, in timo
for practical tesults, my calculations
as to tbe sowing ef fall graiu,
This remedy la becoming so well known
and so popular n to need no special inn
tlon. All who have used Eleotrio Hitters
nliig the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist nud it is guaran
teed to do nil that is claimed. Llootrio
Bitters will care, nit diflensos of the liver
and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum, and other affections caused
by impure blood. Will drlvo malaria
from the system and prevent rs woll as
oare nil Malnrlal fovors. For the cure of
headache, constipation and indigestion
try Electric Dittura. Entire satisfaction
gnarauteed, or money rofundod. 1'rico
SO ots. and $1.00 per bottle nt C. L, Cot.
Small grain looks Gnc, some of tke
wheat is nearly ready te out.
Some of the Judson folks attended
the basket mectiag in Anderson's
grovo last Sundav.
There will bo Children's day in
My res grove next Sunday seven
schools aro iavitcd.
There was a party at Mr. Upp's
last Friday light every one reports a
Mrs. Williams is considerable better.
Quite a number tf Judson pcoplo
to Red Cloud last Wednesday to hear
Sam Jones lecture.
J. R. Ilillyard gavo a nagio lantern
show in tho stero vacated by ('has.
S teflon last Wcdacsday night.
Two Uvea Nnvcd.
Mra. PhoolioThomaR, of Juuotion City,
III., wax told by hur doctors ahe had con
anmption nnd that thoro was no hope for
her, lint two bottlea of Dr. King' New
Diaoovery complotely enred her nnd alio
Hays it naved her life. Mr. Thos. Efrgera
l.'l'J Florida St. Han Francisco, Hufforud
from a droadful cold, approaohing con.
sumption, tried without result evorythiut;
elat) then boaght one bottle of Dr. King
New Discovery nnd in two weeks was
oared. Ho is naturally thankfnl. It is
such roftultfl of wliioli theso are samplen,
the prove tho wonderful elllonoy ot this
medicmo in coughs nnd colds. Free trial
bottles nt C. L. (Jotting's drugstore. livg
nlar size r()c, and $1.00.
How wan Sunday for a hot day?
Miss Blanch Sellers in visiting Mrs.
Quite a crowd from hero went te
lied Gleud Wednesday to hora Sam
Mr. Olmstead traded horses this
Willio and Kmma Hale oame home
from Franklin last Friday where they
have been attending sohool the past
Silvester Frisbie and Mamio Deal
were calling at S. 10. Wolcott'e last
MiEs Lora Orchard's school dosed
Mr. Iluatcr returned from Kansat
Oity last Saturday where he has beon
visiting his sister.
Miss Nettie Halo spent a part of
lart week in Fraaklin visiting hor
They are taking more milk at tho
faotory at prcsont than ever beforo,
55.U00 lbs a day.
U. O. Knight is ahle te bo at wark
i nnn mcrm b. b.b. obmntore
iww wliliU and nlMri rlalil toltal
tBBliM"""- bllD( powarf. Itre-l
lOTdUiepolMn and bnlldi on th irium.)
nMMt tnttm lU mm mt Ut Imanl
swift spcane co.. Atiaii, a
lVI Running J
S Sores. I
the Serpent's Mfc I
i Sting. S
MitiM'rlittloii, 1 Per Annum
luvnrlnMy In Arivmirr
II not paid In iiihiiihc. sttlt'i this di Mirvli
is, lstv, lliwrt(i w III lie SI vs.
'ntered it tl e I'nM (Hllie In lint rloml, Neli.
IIS II. Mil IIIHlll rill It.fHIItlllll iluss
HAres ok au rimi'n
I'rot. rants, I Inch or less rr ye.ir W On
lx linintlis s no
Tlitie monllis j on
I'd tnrli imow'.ir (im
I'er Inrli nIi tnniillis i on
I'erinrli three months ti
Kilal ln'tlfis per line or line siuue, llritt
I'liinslent sMi'i.ils, p:i;iMn limiiiiilih in Hit .
v tnre, per line in ei nts,
All rraitln Hollers In Ihr nttiirrof mlvertlMi
incut urMirT, ,'n'rnN iit lino.
leual notices Ml Irriil lairs, l-for 11 sii,im
( en lines of NoiitmiHI or let,) lint inilitlentlon
I.eOj for rich iilnniient put'llc.Uliiu, el
s lu.irr, Mietils.
No "preferusl iilllim"inutt,iiti Iti'idr
All Winter to instiie I'ulilltMllnii limit lie re
cclwil t ihlsnlllie not lain than Wednesday.
AilerlliiiinlA iiiiimiI tin iit-itmnil mil fur
the current week Inter thiitt Thursil.iy,
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
Mr. l'rontis stopped off over Sutida
while en his w.iy koine to Denver.
Mr. McClintts' two daughters from
Illinois cam last Friday night to
Children Cry for
Are VUltlnis Until Tim Lour?
Mrs. Do Fashion (nvernso society
lady mnklnK her round of calls owing
to nverngo society friends) Is Mrs.
Wiggins Vnn Mortlnndo nt homo. Serv
ant No, mndnine, nho'a Mrs. Do
Fashion IMenso hand her my enrd
when she returns. Servant Sho won't
return, mndnme. Sho was burled u
month ngo. Now York Weekly,
Editor Yes, there Is n vuenncy on
our staff. What experience havo you
Applicant I wan onco editor of a
"Humph! Did you give satisfaction?"
"No, I was kicked out."
"Take that desk there." Now York
Miilno Miiii'm AImiiIh,
A man In Thomnstnun, Mo., hns a
hobby of collecting callomlara, and ho
haa Romo from China, Jnrmn, Cuba and
"Oon't Tolmvvu Spit or Mnokc
Your iAlc Away.''
Tho truthful, Htartling title of n book
about Xoto-buc, tho only hitrmlese.gutir-
untocd tolmcco-liublt euro. It you want
to nuit and can't, uno "No-to-bito."
Urucea up nicotinized ncrrcH, olimlnutoB
nicotine poisons, ihiiUch weak men gain
strength, weight and vigor. Positive
euro or money refu tided. Sold by C. L.
Don't forget that I mn prepared te
cany paspangera to all parte of the city.
Leave ordern at the llollnnd House.
Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
CIIItlSTI N riiurr-li-Krrvlrt'H Snnrtav lit lOiKi
a in hihI 7:.'.o 11 111; Siin.l.iN sdiiidl nt 121111011
Y I'HUH at ii:3U p 111 unit Y I' (I K Juntnrs at
fH)N(llIC(SA1I()NA. Clmrcli-Scnlci'sat in.
an urn, ami 7.311 11 m: Kiimlav 'clionlut ti:.tn
a m, V ! S (1 K at 0::i p in anil V 1' 8 O K Jun
liirsat 4 n in.
i:iloiiVr;iirrli-('l,iii Mt-t'llPL' at 1(1 at
tti Hjtrv In.tu lit lll.'tlllt til mill T fill II 111
hliliilav.iilionl nt II 3'in. In Inn nr Lcaumi u.
4 i. in, i:iwiutli U.IUHI'llt ll.I'JI p. III. I'iiijct
uuvuiiti in 1 1 1. i-ii-ii-w.i.
llrst ilr ii'irlh of tli" r luin-li.
tliiK vwty Wi-ii'H'siiay iiIkIU. H
WI'IHCOI'AI. Cliurch-Scrvlcei every two
i'kn. liy itpi'"liit"H'iit.
T UTIIi:ilN Chin oli-Kvury tlilnl Hniiilaj
IJ fiiiriilnc at 10 oVIiH'k.
1A 1 HOI.lCCIiurch NiTVlcei by aiiulntment.
BAl'TISl' Church No rt-Kiilar services, Hun.
ilayncliool (regular) at iiomi. II Y I' U at
-.Sunday school at 3 p 111 every Hun-
O U W Kach alternato Tuesday cvenliiK-
DOF ll-lti'il OI0111I l.odj!oNi).-, AOU W,
meets every alternate 'liiesd.iy eeiiliiK In A
O U W hall. All are limited to attend.
BKN Adliem Ix)dRU No 180 j I O O K every Mon
MI.ANTHKIdKeNoW, KnWits ot 1'itliias
1 I'D Cloud lidire No C08. Modern Woodmen
" or America, alternato Wediv
VA1.I.KY UmIkh No b, Fraternal Oritur of l'ro
tveturs, llrst and third Monday ot each
illlAltllY lideo N11U A I' and A M each
Krldiiv nvenlnir on or tietoro the full moon.
RKD Cloud Clmiiter No VJ. It A M alternate
CYHI:N)'. Coniniandery No U alternato Tliurs
' iliy cvi'iilni;.
CIIAHITV riMpter KiiHtcrnhtar No 47 meets
llrst Friday evcnlii),' aftor full moon. Mm.
Ilrewcr V. M.
GAltFIKU) rostNoiiO A It Monday even
Inir mi nr liefure tlm lull miuin.
GAHI'IKM) W It O No U meets alternatuSat
TlfAUY SKKItS McHF.NUYTentNollDauKht
'1 oraot VeteniiiH Mondavi'venlnK.
HH KA1.1CY t'anui No a, H of V Tuesday eve
lllllL' CHKUMAN Circle No 3, ladled of tho G A It
KJ nrt and third rtaturday venliig.
RED OI.OUD I'ounril No IH IxiyalMystlo Un
ion ot America first and third Friday eve
ning L. WINFREY,
Will attend alM at rewenable tlfuret. 8eth
eM Couch erruprTMuauooo. !
M Htl. Bog b? draff. M
pain and inflammation, and cures quickly. l:ull directions with each
bottle. For sale everywhere. Price, 25c, 50c. and S1.00 per bottle.
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, MO.
ECLIPSE ! DEMPSTER !
AND ALL STEEL
Or anything pertaining
ROSS & RIFE.
OIV1T I1BA WCWTEi.
krdorn Ordromptry filled.
Tkt Hit M
a twenty page journal, la tlio leading
Stlltl'B. It iH 11 ISATlUiSAlj t'AMUil
tho United Statea. It given tho evente
UICULTUHAL" department hue ro
UEl'ORTS" nre recognizeil nuthority. Separntn (IppHrtniuntB for "THE FAMI
LY CIRCLE," "OUK yoUNtl FOLKS," nnd "SCIENCE nnd MECHANICS."
Its "HOME and SOCIETY" colunina coin in a ml tho admiration of wivea nnd
dnughtors. Its goneral political nowe, editorinls una diBCUhSione uro compreben
eive, brilliant and exhaustive.
A SPECIAL CONTRACT enables
ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1 25
CASH IN ADVANL'i:.
(The regular sucBuriptlnn for tho two papers is $200.)
HUUhUltiniDN MAV I1KOIN AT ANY TIME.
Addroes all orders to THE CHIEF,
Write your inline nnd adilresa 011 11 pout ill iirl, auud It lo Sco.
V, Ileal, Kaoiii 'J, Tribune HuildliiKt New York, uuil uiiiplo
copy r TIIK INKT l'OHK WKKK.I.V TICIUUNK tvlll bo
mulled to you.
special sale 01 Nets
Wo will offer nt pub
Ho Halo to tho highest
biddor for caah 1
whip 2Tia, 1 dueter 'J0o
1 eieol haltor25,ull fr
An leather has advuncod 75
por cent wo still have ii few
notH of elnglo hnrneee ut
Aln a grand baugain in
Prto One Day Only, J. 0. Butler, Red Ml
Furnished by J. H. and K. 11. Smith.
Call and investigate the eaay tcrine.
Call Saturdays at Cinr.r odlco.
J. H. Smith, Agent.
Hereafter William Richnrdeon will
feed all tcama at the rule of 10 conte for
liny. Horn enut ot Holland Houae.
U. &, M. It. U. Time Table.
m, Local Freliflit, I.v n a. in.
10, 1'anenner, " 10:(iTj " Ar lliOna. m
Ct.FastFreluht. " l MS p.m." l.oop.m
He, Mixed Tralii, I.vl'.':.'i0 a, m, Ar is. OS p. m
(VI, Fast Freight, I.v 11:15 a. in. Ar 10:33 a. in
Ml, Mixed Train, " r.'.iv. p. m. " ll:.i.'ia.m
16, Fasiwiner, " 8:10 p. in. " 8:J0p, in
Ily virtue of an execution directed to me from
the dtstrlft court e( Wanster coiinty.NtlirAska.
una Judgment obtained by theLonnldeiatlonot
district court of Webster county. NelirunWa. au
the 10th day of July. 1891. In favor f Tbtmai
Ityan an plaintiff, and agalnat'Ihu Farmar Si
Mercbanti llanklnj Coiutuav ai dfc:id.int. far
the turn of on thousand and eighty twa dollars
and cants, and cost taxed at five dol
lars and seventy cantv (15.70) and accruing
costs, I have lavlod upon the fallowing real
estate taken at the property ef said defendant
te satisfy said Jadgmrut to-wlt: lxt twentrono
(21) la block thirty one(Sl) In the original town
now city of Iteif Cloud, Webster county, Ne
braska. And will offer the satna fer sale to the highest
bidder, for cash In hand, en the mh dar ei June
A, .. 1896, In front of the east doer of the
court bouse at tied Cloud, Webster County, Ne
braska, that being the building wherein the
last term ef court waa held, at tbe hour ef one
'clock p.,m. of said day. wheu and where due
attendsnee will be riven by thn undersigned,
Dated Ilea ClouJ, Nebrdika.tUy kku, iM.
J. W, KUNi-uar. Uhertrr.
Jam as McNint, Atty.fer 1'islntlrT,
The above sale wa.s continued, for want ot
bidders, until the loth day of July, 1895.
Dated UUi day ot July, lsoo.
, J. W. ltuiroiiiT, MerlS.
Jamm McMwtr, riaiatia'f Atty.
I'.iiti from sprains, bruises, cramps,
ilisiMH-il or lorn flush, aches, wounds,
Neuralgia, etc., can be promptly
relieved and cured by using
Dr. J. H. McLean's
Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The l-'AKMKK'S REMEDY for the
various diseases of domestic animals.
It is tMSV to jippIv. telievi'S :tt nivi
to Pumps or Windinillu
- Rkd Cloud.
lour patronatro nolloltod
....n....,.. ........... jj
Tor a Triri u.
of tint United
i'Al'KK, ami giCB
nil tho gcni'iiil nowaot
of foreign Innda in 11 nutbht'll. ha "AG
auperior in tho country. IIh "MARKET
un to oiler this splendid iournal nnd
Red Cloud, Nnbn.Pka.
IH 11 J. 0.
in Lao Dusters.
sen you a wen hoi
er lor 20 cems.
1 curry comb
For timekeeping and durability nothing
beats the seventeen jeweled
Dkujikk Hampdkn Watch.
and examine them. Also hie line ot
Hated and solid sllrerware, aonvenlr spoon,
peail handled knives and forks, carving seta,
calling card eases, Den ben boxes and ether
novelties. A One Hue of spectacles and eye
glastw with latrhngble lenses, steel, alcMI
silver aodcold f samee, Opeelei and earafukM.
tantlon nail attlng the eye. Mrllpe of ta4
hand walaBw la a.un Usee. I wllfraa tieai eel
at leeethaa their aefual sForth.
Bot-iVingyettrwaWh.tleak and Jewelry te
pair work,Jer eoTavlBf aad year CM tNl
aad sliver I
W. TULLEYS, H. D.
Red Cloud, NclmulUa.
Offlse opposite Tint KatiaaaJ Samk.
U. H.KxmlBlng anrseem.
Uhioutc dlMasei tieaied by hull.
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