The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899, December 17, 1897, Image 3

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TUl Vary
It U predicted that paper la ih com
1 material for malcbea. The prow
led of the wooden match industry be-
! appreciably affected by a new pro-
ceaa for manufacturing mauhe of iva
per U held to be extremely probable,
particularly aa tbe best wood for this
parpose la constantly growing scarcer
and more costly. The new matchea are
ouualderably cheaper than the wooden
product and weigh much less, which
count for much Id exportation. The
Btli-ka of the matches oouaint of pape
rolled together on the bias. The pane
la rather strong and porous, and, when
immersed in a solution of wax, steirln
and similar substance, sticks well to
Mthcr and burns with a bright, smoke-
leas and odorless flame. Strips one
half inch In width are first drawn
through the combustible mass and then
tarned by machinery into long, thin
tubes, pieces of the ordinary length of
wood or wax matches being cut off au
tomatically by the machine. When the
sticks are cut to size they are dipped
Into phosphorus, also by machinery
ad the dried head easily ignites by
friction on any surface.
There Is some talk of utilizing the
new Invention In the manufacture of
matches on an extensive scale for ex
port In India. The invention involves
na waste whatever, and the paper Is
delivered in rolls like the telegraph
tape, and converted at one operation
lato match-sticks, and by a second into
matches that would dry without stov
lag for a large part of the year in
India. One thing, however, must be
made sure of that a wax is used which
will harden at a shade temperature of
140 degrees Fahrenheit at least. Bos
ton Transcript.
After HI Owa Heart.
The late J. Hammond Trumbull
LA..D., long the librarian of the Wat
klnson library at Hartford Conn., was
rfaeply Interested in Oriental arehaeol
ogy, and some twenty or thirty years
ago made a visit to Egypt. Preparing
for the visit, be took up the study of
the hieroglyphics and found no dim
culty In reading the cartouches of the
kings. On one occasion while oa the da
habiyeh he was accosted by a native
dealer in antiquities who wished to
soli him scarabs. He shook his head
and intimated that they were forgeries,
The man loudly protested that they
were genuine. Thereupon Dr. Trum
bull took a scarab out of his pocket.
Hhowed It to the man and asked him if
that was genuine. He looked at it and
said, "Certainly."
"I do not think so," said Dr. Trum
"Why not?" said the man.
"Because I whittled it out myself yes
The dealer was greatly delighted.
He felt that he had met with a worthy
compeer, and he took him to his shop
and showed him where his own an
tiquities were made. The Independ
Knifing a Kanaam "Octopu."
Prom the Kansas City Journal: Onca
' ia a while one of the slaves and serfs
gets hia knife into the railroad octopus
and churns it up and down at a frght-
ful rate. A Union Pacific locomouve
set fire to a field of wheat in Russell
county recently, and 150 acres of it
were burned, while ten acres remained
' standing. The claim agent for the rail
road agreed with the farmer that the
ten acres should be cut and threshe l,
and that the railroad would pay for the
burned grain just in proportion to the
yield from the unburned portion. It
happened that the ten acres left stand
ing contained the cream of the crop,
" and It threshed out thirty-three bush
els to the acre, while it is estimated
that the whole field would not have
averaged more than fifteen bushels.
The railroad stood by its agreement,
and the farmer realized more than
twice the value of his crop. The claim
agent says that until the settlement
kad been made all the farmers in the
aeighborhood swore that the ten-acre
patch was not as good as tbe 150 acres
burned, and then they went to crowing
ver the manner in which the railroad
had been cinched.
Fate or a I.lttle fug Dog.
Last Sunday at Glen Island, N. Y., a
sea lion devoured a small pug dog
which was smuggled into the park by
a woman, who had hidden him under a
wrap. Thirteen lions were basking in
the sun on a raft. The dog fell or was
thrown into the water by a mischiev
ous boy and the lions made a simul
taneous dash into the water. They im
mediately sank under the surface, but
a moment later one of them appeared
within a few feet of the dog. The lat
ter was swimming toward shore, ap
parently unconscious of danger. Ho
turned his head In the direction of the
Hon, which disappeared with the dog
a moment later. The lion soon came
to the surface again, but the dog was
not to be seen.
,. Dead Tough Lack.
Charles Titel, a poor man in search
of work in Milwaukee, received word
from Chicago that he was left a legacy
of 3,000. Being without money to pur
ohase a ticket to Chicago, he resolved
to reach there by stealing a ride on a
freight train. In attempting to do so he
was drawn under the wheels and al
most ground to pieces. He died a short
time after the accident Ex. ,
Retting the Eyes.
A medical Journal says that in the
continued use of the eyes In such work
as sewing, type-setting, book keeping,
reading and studying, the saving point
la looking up from the work at short
Intervals and looking around the room.
This practice every ten or fifteen mln-
hvtes relieves the musoular tans ln, rests
ia and makes the blood lupplr
laoh bUar.
Attorney. l New York Ufa BuUdlnf.
Py virtue of a plurtea order of aale lav
suni out of III dlatrk-t court for Ituuiaa
county Ne4aka, and t m directed. 1
will, on the Zil day of rvecember, A. Ia.
tC. at W o'rli a, m. of aaid dav. at the
EA.-T front door of tKo comity c urt Mm,
lu the city of Omaha, Hough. county. Ne
braska, sell at putil e auction to the high'
bidder for -aah. thai rterty described la
ea!l order of aale aa fHwra. to-avit;
The raxt ono-hajf of the southwest quar
ter K rt w V and the ml forty -nine
and Jb-iou ! 0 acres of the irmt one-hall
of the south mat quart. Y V, 8 K H). ait
Aiioraey.elS New York Ufa aWUdla.
QHEKIKK-8 8AXJC-M virtue of aa altae
11 orderof aale Issued fX't of the district court
for IfcHiclaa ruuatv. Nebrajika. aad to "
dlrrrtrd. I will, ua the l4 da of Itocea her.
A. It. Irt. at 10 o'fiix-k A. u. of aaid
dav. at the EAST fro tduur of la count
court aouae. la tbe city of Omaha. IKu(laa
county. Nrhroka. aril at public aucttua to
tor nUheal Mtluer lor the property lie
arrlbrd la aaid order of atle, aa fulloaa, to-
It: oes-l alf iK f lot oa hundred
and one il Hi la Uier'e a.idltl..a to the city if
Omaha, a aurvryrd, platted and recorded
all la IfciuKlam-oofity. date of Net rank a, the
north oa -half tS and he south on-haif
In section number entht and the north I 'V saWI e.t ..ue b.lf ,KS) of aaid lot lo
ueonereu euarie.y.
Saul properly lobe aold to satisfy John
Wim)lii'. pU'ntltr herein, the sum of one
huedrrd aud nriytwo and J Oolars
if I AS .1M )uluient. ailth Inlerenl l.ere.'. at
rale of a-ven (I per ceot per anBuut frou
M t rd. PV7.
To ailufy te defendant Joseph W. t'one
he turn or three hna reu and at teen ana 41
Udi'htn. .1.(15 41 Ju'lKiiient, wlih Interral
tt.rieoa at tale of ten iUI per cent, per an
oi'iii from May Ird. lsJ.
To tat afv th- def nUant Ueorce Hiullh the
au- of Se hundred a-.d Sdy all aid ID-MO
d llara i.'MI.IUI tldnn rot. with Interest
Ihert on at the rale of ten tlt) urr cent, pe
aniuiu from January ZTith. IW4
To aatlafy the further auiu of i Ifthty-flve
and 61 luu Collars ilBioll coats hrreln, lo-
yvther with accruing coata. acordM to a
nineteen ! a-rea of tho west twenty-four
and tifc-litt i4 .s aires of tha nortliwwt
quarter of the norihst quarter (N V
of N K at of se-tion numla-r aeventeea
(17). all in toavnahip sixteen (!) north of
ranee thirteen (13) earn of the Sixth ITIn
ripal Meridian rontainlnir one hundred and
forty-iKht and 3&-hti (Iil'. ai-res nwre or
lees aa aurveyed. and reocr 1I. all aituatad
In IKHUTlaa county, atateof Neoraaka
Said rerty to he aold to satisfy Michi
gan Mutual Ufe Insurance company, plain
tiff herein, the sum of four thousand eight
hundred ami thlrty-alx and ST-l'W dollars
67) judirment. with Interest thereon
at the rate of ten (10) per cent per annum
from May 4th. 1XH:
To aatlafy SjUoma Bowman, defendant
herein, the sum of eiirht hundred and nine
ty-alx and l&-lin dollars (s 16) judKment,
with Intereet thereon at the rate of tea
(10) per cent per annum from May Id. 1Mb:
And to aatlnry aaid Michigan Mutual Ufe
Insurance oompany, plaintiff herein, the
further aum of one hundred and thirty
nine and 96-100 (SIS 96) dollars Juda-ment for
taxes paid thereon by aaid plantlff In or
der to protect his Hen thereon, with Inter
eat on forty -six and 05-100 (tX06 dollars
from July 3d. 1K?H. at ten (10) per cant per
annum, and Internet on the sum of ninety
three and (1-100 (Ed l) dollars at the rata
of ten (10) per cent per annum from De
cember 27th, 1886;
And also to satisfy the further nm nf
one hundred and thirty and 2J-108 (.130231
dollars coats herein, together with accrulna
costs, according to a Judgment rendered
by the dlatrlct court of DoukIbs county, ax
Its May term, A. D. 18H6. In a certain action
then and there pending, wherein the Mich
igan Mutual Life Insurance company le
plaintiff and Julia FX Vandercook. James EX
Vanderoook, The Mutual Investment com
pany, John K Pierce, Receiver of Mutual
Investment company, and Saloma Bowman
are defendants.
Omaha, Nebraska, November 19th. 1897.
Sheriff of Douglas County. NoDrasKa.
W. 11. RiiMsell, attorney.
Mich. Mut. Ufe Ins. Co. vs. Vandercook
et aJ. Doc. f: No. 184. ll-l-t
ludtrnieat rendered bv the district court o
said Itouglaa county, at lla May term, A. I
lwi lu a certain at'tloa then and there pend
ing, wherein John Woodford U plait tlfT and
Fcott Jackain I ou Jackson. Mrs. Mary jack
sou. KrataV K. ktuores. Albyn L. Kraok Clerk
or tre I) strict IHiurtof iM ugias County, ns
hraaka. Joseph W. ( one, Ueurite Hinltt. Tha
Mutual loTeunenl i ouipany or oniana. ne
I'taaka. and John L. I'lercs, Uecnlver of Ths
Mutual Invesu.ent Cuuipany of Omaha, Nt
braaka aredefeadanta.
Uuiaha, Weurarka, Norember 19th. 1H07.
John w. McDonald.
Sheriff of Dougl't County. Nobraaka.
H. K. nurnaiu. atturaey.
Woodford vs. Jackson el al.
DO.-.M.N... JW. II 18-5
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This little work relate the bitter experlene
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Probate Notice.
In tbe matter of tbe estate of Frederick
Btabrel. deceaaed :
Not ice la hereby glvtn that the Creditors
or t-uiu cetreaaea win meet me executor
of a Id extale before me. County Judge
of Douglas count v. Nebrai-ka, at the county
court najin In aaid county, on the flu uay
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The ac ount of thh terrible fight written down by Hamlin Garland
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