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.tauliBwtui. . -iWi - lanfmrn
By A. C. Hosmer.
fciibNcrlptlon, gl I'cr Annum,
InvurlaMy In Advnnce
If not pilit In advance, after tliW d-iie March
i, Isty, llio price will bo 9.-a.
Entered nt tlio Pout Oinre In lted Cloud, Neb.,
asniall matterof the second class
ItATI") OK AIIVI'.llTISINd
rrof. r.iriN, 1 Inch or lesN per year $C 00
nix month ( no
Tlirco Months ! on
IV r Inch ono ear SI PO
I'tr Iik'Ii Hlx months j oo
l'iriiuli three months i
!"piicl.il netioii per line or lino spare, llrst
pulilicatloti n cents.
Transient ipi el, tie, paj.iblo lnv.wl.ibly In nd
laiue, perllim Itieuii.
All leading notices In the nature oX advertlso
meiits or pull, ft cents per lino.
11:111 notices ntlecal rates, lz:.forn square
(ten Dues of Nonpareil or less,) llrst puiillcutloii
Sl.no; for each subsequent publication, per
squ ire, BO rents.
bo "prefened position" eontracts m.ulo.
All imitter to msmo imlillcatlmi mint lie re
ceived at this ofllco not later than Wednesday.
Aiuertlst'lnents eaiinol be ordeied out lor
tho current week later than Thursday.
II. & M. It, K. Time Tabic.
, Taking effect Au?. 13.
Tralnscarrjlni! passengers unite Ked Cloud as
HAS!" VIA HASTINGS,
No. 112 r.-isseiiKtr to Hasting 3.00 p. 111.
No. Ml r.isseiiKerfram'llnstliiKs 11.05 a. in.
No. Ifi, Passenger to St. Joseph St.
jAMiiauuunui.iuu u.tny - 1U.-IU U. in,
No. ir TasseiiKcrs for Denver, daily, 8;10 p. in
ryi. j. s. EMioii,
JIed Cloud, - - Nehkaska
yjK over Taylor' I'lii-tiltnr Store.
Kxtracts It ath without pain.
Crown knd briil o work a specialty.
1'orctl.iln Hilar, aim all kinds of told uIIIiiks.
Makes told and lubber plates ami coinblnutlon
All woik (,'innntetd to lie flrst-U.iss.
I W. TULLEYS, M. D.
Red Cloud, NchrusKii.
Ofllco opposite Vlrst Natloual Uank.
U. ri.Ktc.tinliiiiiK Mukcoii.
Chronic dl'e.ises tie.ned by mall.
r L. WINFREY,
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
Will attend sales at reasonable flguics. Satis
I II. SMITH,
ItCD CLOUD, NEHRARKA.
I do a btrictlv farm InHurnnco nutl invite
rind invite nil to boo mo.
Moon Bi.ooic, RED CLOUD, NEB.
Collodions promptly attended to.
r c, cash,
ATTOHXEY AT LAW,
Moo.v Block, - HDD CLOUD, NEB.
Collections promptly attended to, and
r F. TltUNKEY,
Attorney nt Lnir.
Red Cloud, ftcbruslui.
Office Up stairs, in Moon Block,
over Fnir Store .
i rKO. O. YEISER;
Reul Entitle, Insurance
ttiid Collcellng Agent,
Moon Block, Bed Cloud, Neii
p 1. HUTCHISON,
4th Avenue, - IU.DCi.our, Neuuaska,
First-claHsbiirbors nnd llrst clnea work
guaranteed Gi omen call
-Red Cloud, Nebraska.
I give my porsounl attention to my
patrons. First-class shaving and hair
cntting a Hpeclnlty.
II E. POND,
Red Cloud,, rYebrnskn.
Com eynnccr, Heal Estate, Loan
IiiBiiriuu'e and I'endon Ai;eut.
I especially invito you to call on wo for
anything in my line. Loans made on
farm property nt lowest rnton.
(einiau Insuraneo Co . I'reeport, III.
ltojal iiisiiiauee Co,, Liverpool, ni;laml.
II imu Kiru Insuraneo Co., of Omaha, Nt br.
l'liienK Assurauco Co. of Loudon, Liitf,
.iiTinan liisuramo Co. of (luliU'V. III.
-, jiiaullauAssiiinneH('o,,of lnnbui, I'.iut.
v f lluillimtoii iusiiranen (. of llnillnutnn, Iowa.
lliltisn Aininen ssuiiiiho 10. ioronio, tun.
Clllco over Postolllco.
Rkd Cloud, Nkuraska.
Eternal Vigilance is
To School !
Do you want them to look well dressed ?
Do 3 ou know WIENER has just
received all his fall stock of
Boys and Children's
Clothes, Hats Caps.
Are you aware that you can buy suits there
Very Cheap for your kids ?
We liave been enabled to buy a niiieli better (trade or k""ih,
wbleli weean cll at Ntiinc prleeM or Inferior prude or ItiNt
Helmut. WHY i lleeaitoo while In market we found
eery uiantiraeturer iiiixIoiih to kc! bold of ready cattlt.
Men and Koys Shoes !
m m m nun m niiiininininiiiiHiiiinini
the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
Red Cloud, Webster County,
You will Find
our slock complete in
1! 1 Ml
every linei ana we W111
oe picasea to serve you
in such a manner as to
hold your trade in the
Neb., Friday, September 15, 1893.
riirnlNlied ExpreNfily l'or The
Chief for Welmter County
(CopjrlKhted by VT.T. Foster.)
Sr. Josei'H, Mo.. Sept. 15. My
last bulletin gnvo foaccasts of the
storm wave to cross tho continent
from September 1 Itli to 18th, and the
next will reach the l'ucific eoast about
tho 18th, across the western moun
tains ubout tho closo of tho li)th, the
threat central valleys from tho 120th, to
22d, and the eastern slates about the
Thin dihturbanco will be a full ay
crago in force, nnd will increase as it
ncars the Atlantic const.
The fifth storm wavo of September
will reach tho Pacific coast about the
21th, cross the western mountains by
close of tho 2.")th thocrcat ccntralval
lcys from tho 20th to 28th, and the
eastern states about the 2'Jth.
This disturbanno will bo at its
greatest force about the 20th. whilo
in the western part of tho great cen
Tho warm waves will cross the west
ern tLOuntalns about the 21st and 27th
tho great central valleys about tho 211 J
and 20th, and tho eastern states about
tho 2,r)th nnd October 1st,
Light irosts may bo expected in
northern latitudes, following tho storm
wave, about 21st in tho northwestern
mountains. 2llrd in the upper Missis
sippi valley, and 25th in the northern
New England states.
Those who drsiro tnoro partiouUr
details can obtain by weather chart
for September or October bo sending
stamped and addressed covclopc.
A. Guliimin, in his work on sho sun,
speaking of La Buc. Balfour, Stewart
and Lowey'a writings, says of them.
"Thoy appear to have observed that
when ono of tho planets cross tho
piano of the sun's equator, it drags as
it wore, tho spots into the equatorial
region, Tho spots spread toward tho
poles, on the contrary, when the plan
ets pass away fretn tho equatorial
Touching motorology, tho weather
on our enitli, tho abovo quotation con
tains the germ of tho greatest truth
ever uttered. If a planet draws tho
sun ppots-hich aro tho Banic as tho
high barometers of our storm waves
toward tho equator of tho sun then
the moon, which is a planet to tho
earth, draws our storm waves toward
the earth's rquator when our moon is
in a similar position relative to the
earth that tho planet occupied relative
to tho sun.
All nature's laws aro tho Bamo
everywhere. From Alcyone, tho con
tral star cf tho Bloiadcs. which is said
to hliine with a light equal to twelve
thousand suns like ours, to tho little
meteor, whoso life dies out in a flash
of light when it strikes our atmosphere
and is destroyed, tho saino universal
law rules euprcmc, snd thoso diversi
fied heavenly bodies are of tho samo
materials, all camo into cxifitcnco in
tho samo manner, and when wo dis
cover a law that applies to ono wo
know that it will apply to all the
others, and tho assertion of these
great astronomers that tho planets
havp a marked influcnco on tho sun
storms is strong tvidenco going to
provo that our moon and planots affect
the weather of our earth.
But thoso astronomers and our
Washington weather fillers maker a
mistako in not recognizing tho huh hh
being preoisoly tho finno nature as
our earth, tho only difference being
in their hIzcs and magnetic forces'
Other astronomois, who suspicion that
Bun spots aro sun filOrms, mako tho
the Price of The Chief.
mistako in comparing them to our
storm centers alone, when tho great
sun spots should bo compared with our
high barometers, our clearing weather.
A .scientific writer in Bclgravia
says: Whan Mercury passes botweon
Venus and tho sun, tho spots conic
forth in tho fullest splendor, and there
is moro than a suspicion that Mars,
in conjunction with ono of tho infer
ior planets, is Influential in increas
ing tho area of tho spottcdncss."
This last writer probably should have
qualified his statements, for such con
junction of tho planets certainly havo
greater influence in producing sun
spots at times than at other titncB.
Tho conjunction of tho planets is tho
baso of Prof. Mans'ill's system of mct-
erology, and ho recognizes that a con,
junction, when one of tho planets is
at perihelion, has greater influcnco
than at other times. Mansill's mis
tako howevor, liei in assigning to tho
planots their greatest influcnco whon
The pluict, when at its nearest ap
proach to tho sun has an incacascd
effrct'on sun and tho other planets,
but in altogether a different man
ner, and with mush lcfs effect than
when at certain other points of its or
bit. At ono point in their orbits tho
planets and satolitcs cause atmosphere
to expand or contract, whilo at other
positions they excite clcctrio action
and produoo local storms, tornadoes,
WorKo than an Outrage.
William Newby, who enlisted in the
Fortieth Illinois volunteers August 8,
1801, and who after severe and almost
fatal wonuds at Shilo was imprisoned
at Andersonvillr, and who after years
of wandering as a demented and crip
pled tramp returned to his homo was,
a few days ago, sentenced to a term
of two years in tho penitentiary, be
oauso soma ono said ho was not Will
iam Nowby. Tho story has been fre
quently told. On tho trial 135 wit
nesses, thirty-seven of whom wero old
comrades in tho Fortieth ragimont,
twenty-two relatives and the remain
der old frionds and neighbors who
knew him beforo the wur, swore that
tho man on dial was William Newby.
Ho was also recognized by eovou ex
prisonors at Andcrsonvillo who knew
him as a prisonor. In spite of this
evidence tho jury found tho accused
guilty of personating another man,
and Judgo Allen last week denied the
application for a new trial, and sen
tenced tho crippled old soldier to two
years in tho penitentiary.
This is worso than an outrage, and
tro members of the Grand Army of
tho Bcpublif aro making an effort to
raise money to pay the cxponscs for
an appeal to tho Supremo Court. Tho
relatives of Mr, Newby arc nono of
them well-to-do and thoy sacrificed
nearly ever) thing to defend him in
tho recent tria1, They have absolute
ly nothing to cxpoud in further pro
ceedings, and if a fund is not raised
by somo ono to pay tho neoessary ex
penses tho unfortunate old soldior
gcs to tht penitentiary as a common
Tho lawyorfl who havo had charge
of the case, among whom is Gonrral
James McCartney, of Chicago, late
Attomoy General of Illinois, havo
given their serviocs without pay, but
there are certain oxpeuccs that must
bo met. Tho Grand Army voterans
havo become interested in tho matter
and havo resolved that they will not
permit a crippled old soldier who
scrvrd a term at Audersonvillo, and
who had both mind and bod; inquired
in tho government Bcrvico, to bo sent
to prison for the want of money
Moro thin old toldiora should be in
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Vol.21. No. 8
A orcam of tartar baking powder.
IIighc8tof all in leavening strength
Latest United States Government
Royal Raking Powder Co.
100 Willi St., IV. Y.
tcrcslcd in suoh a caso. Every man
who bclicvM in common fairneia and
decency should contributo lomothing
to provont the consummation of this
outrage Those who desiro to son
tribute may sind thoir money to Win.
Cromo, Fairfield, III., or to General
Charles W. Pavey, Mount Vernon,
Illinois. Many Chiesgotis have
contributed, and if a general interest
is manifested tho case will be appeal
cd and Willam Newby will bo re- ,
leased from tho.pcnitcntiary and the '
Stato saved from disgrace of sending
a half-crazed old soldier to prison.
Of respect of Sherman Circle No. ,'J,
Ltulioa ot the Grand Army of the Re
public of Bed Cloud, Nebraska.
Wukkeah: By the death of Bro. Wm.
IIulTinnn, our esteemed sister has lost a
good und loving husband, nnd her daugh
ter, n kind and loving father, be it
Ri hoi.vkd: That we the members of
Shormun Circlo No. .'J, Ladies of G. A. IW
extend our sympathy to tho bereaved
widow, daughter, hta brothor and family
in this their hour of sorrow and aflliotion.
RfBOLviiiK That we fully comprohend
the loss of ono near nnd doer, we trust
that thin exproaion of eondolence may
enst n ray of sunlight in the desolate
homo and hearts of those who now
IUhoi.ved: That we hope they may
bo enabled to rcnli.o that thoir loss is
his eternal gain and bo comforted in the
thought or mcoting tho lovod one in a
bettor lifo wboro thero will be no part
ing, nor tears enn come.
KhsoLvi.u: Thnt a copy of these reso
lutions be sont to the sorrowing widow
nnd daughter and to tho Rsd Clood
Ciiiiif for publication and be spread up
on tho minutes of the secretary's book.
Novilla Bailks, )
Nettie Diaver,' (Com.
Mauy MAifAPrr, )
A Good Tiling to Keep at
(From tho Troy (Kansas) Chief)
Somo yoars ago wo were very tnaoh
snbjoot to sovoro spoils of cholera mor
bus; nnd now whon wo feel any of the
symptoms that usually pneoed ,hat ail
ment, such us sickness at the stomach
diarrhwn, etc., wo become scary. We
hnvo found Chamberlain's eolic, cholera
nnd dlurrhrca remedy the very thing to
straighten one out in such eases, snd al
ways koop it about. We are not writing
Uita for n pay testimonial, but tohttour
random know vhiit is n good tnlng to
keep in tho kouEi For sale by Dayo t
A Fine Farm For Sqlc. A Great
If iou want to buy' u lino home you
should not fail to bco this furm. It will
go for-$.TO00 if Bold Boon. Hulf cash and
hnlf ou tlmo. or will trado for valuable
property. Tho houso is 10x24 2 stories
with L 1-1x20 with lurches on each Bide.
Good wutor. lino outhouso. Big barn
21x40 2 HtorlpBj cob and coal houso MxlG:
granary 112x14; corn crib 81.TJ; windmill
(now). School houso within 40 rods. 15
miles from county Boat, two trading
towns within 8 milcB. If sold soon will
soil ovcrything on tho farm including 11
cattle, 11 horbco und mules, 17 hogs,
farm muchinory, buggies, otc. ICO acres
well foncod with gal vunizod wire. Ap
ply ul once to tho Red Cloud Cnur,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
No person should travel without a box
of Ajer's l'ills. As a safe aud speedy re
medy for constipation and all irregular
Hits' of the stomaoh jmd bowels, thy
have no equal, and being skillfully sugar
I coated, are pleasant to ttike, and long re-
uiin moir viricei.