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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - November 14, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                ypjiUME xiir. ALDE^ IOWA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1890. NUMBEK 34. eyimEsiiDiRECTORY OBBHiNli'l. i'elock (. a.jiDd �a�TMrBimJtM MmmuM> Mm mm* Ow J.  A. BUTTON, AIDEHTIOWl, ^, ram leiM MRttit�i�sr-onn6iiiror"iSor( llin* at low moK of tat�roir. IuhU (or ��]. 1 OODBDl Grain, Live Stock, Livestock, Seeds&^Coal. ALDCN, IOWA. WZXXZAV SEATIVO. DMlt> la PoclituiTaUiCillinf. Tinwage ft WoodjBnwarer WIUIAM _ Aldn. Ian. W&^tfhnhQillUTTMiSTTlL Ml BBTWEEW IIAEH,   IOWA  FAUUi, BUMRA. ASD CHJCAGOrMILWAUKEE KD ALL EA8TERH PODITS. IliBKSESKEirS TOOTINWBER NOTARY PUBLIC, Finn ud Town Property iS>:JmJ^KfmU3'*. BOS. - PaaMpggr RatM, �pp>T to our looJ*! or tddreu the General Frelsh feii�er-AcaBra( JUdor^ Iowa. I JOHMPOIITU, EXCHANGE BOUGHT tnd iWLO. Passengers Can Save FROM 2 CHICAGO AND POINTS ON THIS UIE BT TABKO, THIS SHOET fiOUTE. CONNECTIONS AT ELOQRA JCNCTION^Ib the Chicago and Norlhwostorn BoUway for Tama City, Cedar Rapldi, Clinton, Oliicagp, ^rwaal(e�,~De� Moines, CouncU BluSi, St, Paul. lUnDeapQlii.B&d.BU polnU In Dkkota, NebrtMlco, Kaiusa and the Weit ELDORA with the Central Iowa Bait way for polnta North and South. �mA pjLlSLWia^^ anOllnolgOonlrai Raliwnyt, (or Waterloo, Dubiiquo, Fort Dod^e and Slonz Oily..    ^  ; For all Jnforation Of about Freight toourlocaiaMBti Freight andrat- CniCAGO IN THE LEAD. NOW CONSTRUCTING   A   WO.M-DBRPUL LIQHTINQ PLANT. A niatory of llliimlnitUnn-Th* 81s Ktat or Llehti Wiw . (.'niltan, Oai. K�rnMti�. iinil Klooirloltf-Tn* Blaelrla -Light tha'KtnK iif Tliein Atl-Tha J'rln> oipla U|ii)ll Wlilrh It In Caimlrutilatl- How Coal In Tuiiiflil Jiitu an Klaotiio GurreiiC IJII.KiJnrk^ -11) .1 lie face of tliofiirth OlXl   m tt 1 111. Lut t liiiro no "Kilt. E v 0 r �i u e n tim Issimncrn of tlio illvino ' i'.oinma ml, w li I i- It markodtlio - Imginn In g" to f l i tu II, at li-itst HO wai tixtractcd from bltumlnouH coal; but.-slnco thn gonnrnl discovery of pctro-lonm, liasi boon matnifacturod from It. II o w 0 Kworld Is /iconcoriieilf ;il|;lit lins >liiinn ru-' ^ Kiirilvd n s till' rjllcf' most important of nil giHid Riris. wliliuut which'ypgctabln niul'antiiuil llfn would nuriir hnvo hnd uii iixistoucc. What light In wo (tan Jiidce only from ilH cHectji, im rrcl ui^scnrn rrmalninjr nti imiM'notraliio myittorv. Hut tills Is llki-wlmi trim of iimiiy otlirr thliig. <-1t ljlKiiiTir~5ir liicldcni of firo, and from tliu riio^t riMiiolii agos tlio two havsMlde-lft the-focttsr-amt+stnii-nf-50 """mucir tho rays'ol light, Insu^ail of being scat-(iTcdby a plfiiie rcllector. are projected, forward In jir-arly parallel linns. i.,oco-niollvnJieaiillKiit ivri; made on this prln-riplo, which acciinnts for tlieir power of .penotraUuglhe darkness, iu Ibo United -Status thn lirKt~tlRtit-honiiei! Avrrn lliu-minatod by tallow candle?. Lard oil has lung been the standard, llioii(?li electric lights are now employed where a current iMHi bo obtnlniHl. -'I'his-brlngSTis to^the-siTtlrand'lnsreriv: of illumination, ujiofi wliicli the. world Is just entering-the electric light. . Aa to what electricity really is. wo are as Ignorant as we are of tlio nature of -UuMiatiiro of-llgbt^-We-titiettk-of-It as H "current," but only as a matter of convenience, since, as a matter of fact. It may^ro^meiiijiig ent.ltely-dlflcrcnt- To ciinvoy to the reuderof limited scientHic ktiowlodgc an.Intelligent Idea of thiuilcc-tric light is a dinicult but not hopeless task. Wbon the terminal wires of a battery are brought togelhur aud then sUnbtly .�icpajratod, there results a lirlght light bitwocn them. To this light, by reason of its curved form, the name "eloctrle arc" has been given. If the circuit is not immediately broken tlio ends of_tbu wires become greatly boated and melt, dropping off in glowing globules. As thoy molt away the distance between thorn"Increases, and a fiolnl. is reached at which the electro-motive force of the battery la no longer sufllclonl to nialn-taln�icurrcnl~acro.s3 tbo Intervening space. -  TtethO boat thus generated is stiTncient to fuse and oven vaporize all known metals,-the problem of rendering tho The current which renders the tnass'>s of soft iron mngnels is supplied froin the revolving arnialure, and is In turn drawn from thrm, together wltli all tballs used to maintain iiie lampa In the circuit \S'heuce tills electricity comes no one can say, but thatit can be so generated without Jlmlt tlu)usaiids of practkal tnaehlnes. conslaiUly attest." Siich macblnes to the eonvec;. coaT, used for current of amount.   In. practice. generating  steam   into  a CatUa In Ik* Kllchan. It is not nniiBual, in these dayn iH fanc^ stook-brce et laid on the briok floor, _____..... - -........___________..--^..i.::::"! Banging down thia long room is a row o( cow stalls on an elevated briqk paved platform, with a trench back of tho stalls about two fcot wide and two feet deep. This room accommodatea from twenty to fifty cow.s on a well-to-do farmer's place. In the spring,-wlien: the cattlev:ar�r turned out to grass, the stalls aro jicrubbed and-ncourod, the brick paro-ments paintc r> hut^ i*^ hw solVMt Uie ,. _ , . c*odnctloi-TrliM Lunder gitwiwd^ thUnaVoMlnr-all-theTitF Mld�ataiM)d-gTeat^loaai�(.|Ue jm^ndeHKt^ei�eiria^tliiitIirl iiBlMoci,ioKe|ir York.               pasture or iu their stalls. \Vhontttrne 'good chief, tltal one gains, o^ neoessity, the rea^y ua� at least ot his own lauguage. We Mwa-paper men may write English very ill,: but we write it easily and iinickly. So' that to na who hare'been u thia boai-uoas there is something amaeiag to hear a clergyman say that ho eceupiedl the ireek im compoainR a sermon whiohj waa'at the outside thirty-fiva hnndxed* words in length. One can ttnderstand ahaolQte inabilily'io ao it at all; but no> newapaper man ODderataods how _ man who candoitogAJipeBdihirijc-idX' honrain doii^ it.' If yon have send "copy^ up atair* hoar after hour, with � boy taking th� slipa from you one one as they ar� written, and you knmr that yon arai __^_^^^jBBHJoite;JBitilijM)�-=; read it the next d*y in tke |Apei, your copy, will be punotaated .catsmllx,:-.. mitt�n c�irefniry,~iUMl it wiU be Mdl?, read......Tbat is on* tUnc.^-Auotltar- goes with'it. ^nwlUliMrmrth* habit- ftt i1*>4Tfrit|BTi    ' to iKf bafora jm i   

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