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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1891)
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Henry Clews. Vaiiil Vercstclia..
Nins Jllurtra'.vJ 5crlal Stories.
Articles of I' -i cf lcal Advfce.
Oiin;pse of Rbjslly.
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. Can up)ly evcrw demand of the city.
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he bet of frexh meat nlwaya found
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lh Perkina baa been ttiiirniility
renoyateil from top tc .'itt.ni. ii a
now one of tho boat hotels In tho state
Boarder will Im taken hy the wak at
14.60 and up.
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Hints oo Sclf-liducatlon.
Natural History Papers.
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by .t h, i-Mia. uniioai Iimiiuu ha many imi.
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or Ml Praarrralliin, la a
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traaaura mora alulila than r"ld. llaad 11 now,
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fSANDS OF YLTS.
STARTLING EFFECTS OF 60.E HIGH !
ElcctrUlty at a Prr-sare Thnt Is "imply
Wnndorlul What May He liima with a
Current or 4.1,000 Volra Can llunlly Ha
Ima(lnil Iteiniirkabla Hlglita.
Several twin Imve boen marie with
alternating currents of electricity at very
high prHrwiiref). Aa only 1,000 volts were
jioivI.mI tivltill tho condemned luuidcrera
in Sicg Sing prison, the effect of 4"',0'K
and 48,000 volts on animate and inan
imate ohjects can hardly be imafrined.
Tho difficulty of iimnkting the enormous
force is very seriouH, aa an arc will flash
across four or five 1 iciics of space be
tween the eletrod;B, and hifh tension
currents have not been used niuch. The
current for the lights and power at the '
electro-technical exhibition at Frank-fort-on-the-Main
was transmitted from
Lauffen, where it wus generated by
water power, at a pressure of 10,000
volts. After the closo of the exhibition
experiment were made with the wire
n nrl ft 1:1 1 1 n t n ! of lii trti nraouit mam unA
!.. ,n.fi.,f n.,.,!
ii,;.wwi ..rf ru
the electrical exnerim!uts.
The distance between the cities is
about 108 miles, and the wire, one
eixlith of an inch in diameter, weighed
132,000 pounds. The insulators were
able to preserve the intensity of the cur
rent. Each was composed of three sec-
ti.na Tin, rb.rpf.liiin t,m u.'!U fl f i f uritli
a d,.p groove for the wire. Underneath J )"'' 'y.'"l indigence who compre
wasaVftncer.hRp,.! receptacle, and be-! 1 ,Hlr prnctica he plessness and
noaih that were two more, one of larger ! "fknowMge then : faith fu service. Such
breadth nnd dell, than th other, nnd lovera permit in their sUblea no 'fash-
all were filled wi' oil. The binding I
wires ran thron e, the oil, which is a
good noncondui'kN? At Frankfort a
couiinutator changed the alternating !
current to a continuous current for li'lit
and imwer. In vhe experinients the '
pressure waa hi'
and iH.OOO volts.
UMid to 20,000, 40,000
IVyond 27,000 volts the porcelain in-'
Hiiliilor were punctured frequently. In I
prodtii. ran arc between two carbons j
at 40,fS volts a plat glass was j
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jnercwi very ipncKiy. 41 ism voiut
tho intensity waa so great that tho light
was not so brilliant us it was at 20,000
volts. It is believed that 50,000 volta
can be reached with conductors pro
tected from tho effects of weather.
CniKKNTS OP 40,000 VOLTS.
Almost at the same time the Siemens
Bros., of London, wero experimenting
with high tension enrrenU, having had
ut tho Naval exhibition an apparatus
capable of delivering a current at a pres
sure of 4ir),000 volt. This description of j
a privato exhibition of tho upparatus 1
with 40,000 volts is from Engineering:
"On a table was an electrode umne
three inches in length, connected to one
terminal of a transformer. Over it was
monntud a lar-o sheet of glass three mil
limeters thick, aud above the glass was
a second electrode terminating in a sharp
point, tho distance between the elec
trodes being three centimeters. When
tha current wag turned on to the primary
coil of the transformer there first ap
peared a purple haze at the npper elec
trode streaming toward the glass. As
the enrrenk increased this haze grew in
fullness and definition, and began to
throw ont feelers, which darted ontward
nd as quickly withdrew. As th elec
tromotive force augmented still further,
these feelers gathered power until they
beat themselves on the glusa aa it they
wonld force themselves throngh it in
their mad desire to reach the other elec
trode. The whole sjiace below the point
ed conductor Irecame alive with them,
and exhibited a mass of leaping, crack
ling threads H pnrple firo.which writhed
aud twisted in impotent attempts to
burst throngh the barrier, and failing
that, spread themselves along its surface,
endeavoring to rush over its edges, and
so reach their goal by a circuitous route.
"Hut this was beyond their strength
until theelectro-iuotive force approached
4.r),0K) volts, when suddenly the entire
appearance was changed. The current
overleaped the edges of tho plate and
flowed completely around it in all di
r. tioiis. At that moment tho intense
piirnle color of the spark disappeared,
and was replaced by white light of the
greatest brilliancy, which glistened and
llanhed until the spectators hud to turn
away their bedazzled gaze.
"A change in the arrangement was
then made. The npjier pointed electrode
was replaced by a bra,ss disk, three
in. h.-H iii diameter. This waa laid over
the surface of the glass plate with three
very thin washers of vulcanite, inter
vening between the two. The current
waa then turned on in the same gradual
manner as before. Tho space lietween
the two disks i turned lately filled with
purple light, which had sufficient motion
in it to recall the flame of a Iiunsen
burner, spread ont under the bottom of
a beiiker. Sparks then liegan to appear
at the edges, and, as they gathered
strength, to radiate a little beyond them.
Gradually they became- streamers,
stretching out along the surface 'of the
plate in curved, fanciful forms which
twined and twisted and weaved them
selves into a glistening filagree, compared
by an imaginative spectator to nn ago
nized Jupuneso chrysanthemum.
"Thin experiment had not the brilliant
refulgence of the one that preceded it,
but was characterized by a quivering
irradiation which wreathed and tossed
like a bird Wting itself at the bars of
ila cage. In spite ot its' less formidable
appearance, however, it proved destine
tiveto the glass, which presently flew
in pieces with a crash. Several sheets
were tried In' succession, but each was
pierced and broken and allowed the cur
rent to attain its object of flowing di
rectly from one electrode to the other."
In experimenting with an arc at 44,000
Volta the arc established itself when the
electrodes wero live inches apart, but the
flames, instead of bridging the space,
spread out in two thin tongues at right
angles to the electrodes and uirallel to
each other. When tho electrodes were
pushed nearer together tho flames wan
dered back along the stems, repelling
each other. New York Times.
is the ' ' " apectacle
lovm which etimulatixl
t.he ureiit service which
ot the nl
.f-la his name renowned.
Butthe gu v , .'thealinae is not confined
to draymen,,!,! teamsters The igno
ranco ana tiadiirerence ot weaiiii and
. ii . ...
jaRiiion 10 ine treatment or norses ars j
quite as conspicuous,' and for obviom
rea.sons much more unpardonable.
The horse, which is one of the tnos;
sensitive and delicate of auimals, ir
greutly to be commiserated as he ap
pears in the fasti mable drive of Central
park. He la twated 63 a part of tho
show of l;" parade, and he is at tile
mercy of the owner, who buys horses
not because hi likes them or knows
anything about them, but because he
must have an equipage, and he aban
dons them p the care of grooms and
coachmen, whose sole aim is to produce
a more "swell" effect than their rivals.
For a "stylish" effect the horse is robbed
of his natural ornament and defense,
and is checked and trnssod and tortured
by a harness which encumbers his na
tural action aud forces him into an arti
Human knowledge and skill directed
to an aasilmry animal like the hurso
should aim to develop his natural apti-
tudes. He should be treated as a hu
mane and skillful gardener treats a tree
in our modern landscape gardening, not
as a tree waa maltreated by the false
and morbid taste of two centuries ago.
I Such remarks do not apply to the lov-
ers of horses who care for them with
ions" invented by ignorant and inhuman
grooms to produce "stylish action" to
impress similar ignorance and folly.
Tha l.lltle (Jlioct.
"The Poplars" is the name of the old
Revolutionary homestead. It is a great,
feipiare, white, stone house built in tho
center of a thousand acres. The master
of it whs childless. His little boy hud
died a week before, and he had gone
away. Every night a little figure in
white with a liht was seen flitting
from window to window in the old
library. When the servants, led by the
(fitrdener, assembled at the library door
the light and tho figure would disap
pear noiselessly and simultaneously. The
light and figure were never seen in any
other room of the old mansion, and now
it was remembered that the dead heir
i had spent more time in the library than
j in any other room in the house.
When the master returned, toward
the end of autumn, ho was informed of
it all. He hid behind the tapestry night
after night, and one night he was re
warded by seeing a little white figure
glide in, light a candle, climb np to one
of the highest shelves, take down a rure
old bixik and begin to pore over it. It
wus the gardener's son, aud he is now
the lord of "The Poplars," and tho no
blest landlord in the west of England.
New York Herald.
Raachar'a Flrak Home. .
One room served for entrance into the
house, for parlor, study and bedroom; the
other to the dining and workroom, writes
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher in describing
the first home which she and Mr. Beecher
hod years ago in the west. The bed
room was so small that I was obliged to
make the bed on one aide first, then go
out on the veranda, raise a window,
reach in aud make the bed on the other
side. Not such very troublesome work
after all, when one gU accustomed to
it. The little kitchen, partitioned off
from the veranda, was jnst largo cnongh
to allow a passage between the cooking
table and the stove into the dining room
without burning my dress, and my
table was only div'J"d from Mr. Beech
er's study table b) tho partition.
For nearly seven years this was our
home a home full of cures and no lux
nries, but a very happy home for many
reasons the happiest we ever knew, for
we were less separated there. In Brook
lyn, in later years, Mr. Ueecher's public
duties naturally drew him more away
from the family circle, but in thutte duys
In the vert 1 hrid him abniwt entirely to
myself. Ladies' Home Journal.
Thrilling Adventure of a Miliar.
John Clarkson tells nn interesting
story of how he camo near being de
voured by a large army of rats in the
Baker coal bank. It was his custom to
cook his meal in the coal bank at din
ner time. Ono day a3 ho was Bittinjj be
fore a tire boiling his meat he was star
tled to hear the noise made by running
rats. The odor of the cooking meat per
meated the bank, attracted the attention
of the rodent aud they came tripping
along to the fire at a lively rate.
John says he thought the "old bob"
was ufter him. In a little while there
mast have been fully fWO rats gathered
ftlxmt him and his heart was in his
mouth. He threw them a piece of the
meat, and while they fought for it he
stole away. New Lislion Patriot,
Hat ITpnn liy tha Gang.
Ono of the Italian exhibitors of per
forming birds lost a green purrakoet out
of his cage the other afternoon on Park
lre-t. The bird flew np into an elm
and chutteied at tho distracted Italian.
"Seenyore, seenyore, climb re tree," he
cried. But no one in the big crowd vol
unteered to "climba ze tree." It was
the English sparrow that finally settled
the luminous both for the parrakeet and
the Italian. A solitary English sparrow
spied Uw green bird, and set np a loud
"cheep." la three ml notes' time fifty
sparrow were mobbing the parrakeot.
He took wing with the noisy pack in hot
pursuit. Boston News.
A Happy Family.
A happy family dwells in an tuglne
house in Madison, Ind., and lnt autics
of the meinliers afford Amusement to thit
fire company. The family Is composed
of a coon, a cat, a pair of rabbits, two
white mice and a shepherd dog. They
occupy the name apartment, sport to
gether and cat from the sumo vessel
hern contain fr
X-li. nri'Hv nn1
-piiiK 'hh nemroeH,
, specialist, Dr. Franklin
j all Kiich' piy Is are uinri
1 trrical, r.crvrt.is, very ir
lTnHV..wi.il. II l
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more or k
orrnniced; tiiT;illy milm-i t to
acne, neurainv HlecplfRi-nV- .
moderate crj ini orliiuhinjr,
Bhow a wenk, ifiervons syHteiir
which there Ih no remeily rq
ReHtorutive Nervine. Trial 1 X
and a line Jiook, containincr ''!
ninrtyduuH tfitreH, free at F. Ci.K: ,
.o wn ulno Bell and iru
rw Mn,..y ,.i ,. .j
Cure,he ineHt of heart ton yJrCure
nuuciuit'aiiort Ureatli, e!f.
K. V. Sawyer, of Kocl ster, Wi
a prominent dealer jr'u irener
merchandiije, and wlo runs eeveral
peddling' wagons, lad one of hist
liorHds badly cut and burned with &
lariat, The wound refuHed to heal.
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