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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - February 7, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 VOLUME xii.  ALDEN IOWA, KHI DAV, FEBRUARY 7, IMW.  NUMBER  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  CHURCHES.  *>»n rn*, It«x  •SS!!!!”? 0 .! 1  Iona i, mt am "*»*»*••  Hah ti* eh kl ti o clock a. in, Nu I) (Ik x He bi - I lim MitVHMrl! htlik«U ti Miller Ii Ii . p«.t  r   OKUMA!! M. K fWCIiri! MeriMi rrrer 5*™I Rt IO SO o'clock I rn I*rom bIIH; rrnr Hnnllf He bool it Vo. iii *»*t» •J , *7” in** ti ag or ar jr fburidix *>*n I i •kiwi.  tnt it'  OKUMA N LUTHERAN * ’HI HCH Mrrlcn •corr muliita at lo _*j o clock ara Hob,lav fefemj iaaaa«4lately after morning savvtow*.  BK CIICROH Rat J. tv Yonrll, Puler ■mrrtcM acory Woodey at 11 astalk a. rn aud •0" top » t tan meat 111* at lo , clock a rn  r ^^or’0»th bracer iii ••tin* a eery ISioaday  •ad Tdtiraday avenine*  SOCIETIES.  RADIANT IX)DOK. No WI, A K A A M will moot in regular commuaication on tit* Frt-<lay •▼•nm* on or before the full moon. at ti* •mite Hail. Allton Iowa. \ intl ti* brei br rn are enrdlelly melt*.! to .it.od H. J,. l ine* Vt M * Mf (Tucket. Hmrlaff.  ALDEN I.II)It Aft V AND READING ROOM la Hevtnecd Handing iipcn •».(» ,la> an-t  f w “'M ►iilHlay Cirri,(el Yearlc iubecrlo ti.-nn, "lr . Mn. F R Furry Preeixl*nf.  Klee I Allele taylor, He>rataiy A I.DRN 1,4'IMIE No ti*. J OOF - Meet! vTH7.  w r , *** ,u r •'•nm* at ftlry • Hall ▼vesting twethn-a ere cordially Invited to at-  e  r f  1   •ad, it M June*, He, retar», ALDEN LODGE No |*i a  a. ic.k    n  r W Meet!  •t Utley • Hail Hc*nlar mn ting* aemix! end Ital Tnredav • Tenln*a Of re, t, month AU J“FH. »»■**»• * r " '•'’T'litlly Matted ta attend fc. C. Kog.ri M VV J ruoiltnaoo, lt»-  •onter  SMUBO LODG DE  tM%iu4 IBI rd  JKHj&r  fSt. LOIA ai  No MI K of P.—Beetle  IM  M Tne* lay •▼antas of awa  Rail. Vtat*la* (ni*bU a1 M J. Fenny, ti. 0. F, B and a  J. TORRY,  Attorney aa* Coeaaeler at Law.  Pm en et attention fie rn to or, I lace OO* OSM  Batler a Brown * Mum. Aldan. Hardin lf. iowa  F.  A Men  More.  KHI HH IF., lf D Fhjnldka and largaoa,  Iowa Office eyer h aln* I liar I war*  T. J. RICK.  BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER.  8HP80H 4 COUSIN,  —— DKA LEKS IN-  Grain, Liva Stock,  STYLES KOU THE FAIR.  DFM VMV tuft A (UC FOH vt IN MINTEN ll I (XIN FMV.  UOing to tiff TH KY  fried, allowing I  •AND  COAL,  ALDEN,    IOWA.  Winona, UL, Coal, Warranted 95 Pet Oat. Fad.  PETER TAYLOR,  DK ALF Ii IN-  Live Stock,  GRAIN,  Seeds & Coal.  Til* 1‘arrart Thin* In Kure, Mhlrh .Ara Now Vin, It Worn tor llarerallim » till-•tree'* Pretty t o.finn** The Ingenious  ;  Hee lee ut a Fair Fi|iie«l Ila line.  WF vt yon* roans.rn* rn yre J  ll KRE' i* ta accra-'cion of | a t) ti 11 it a aa ou tim f e in I n i a a promenade aa Uta j winter wanes ami a it** euaanertam of I the girl* i« to tie*. )  • aril a muff, thru*! the bam]* in the poi krta of a ja< Aet, intl w ilk with al liowa and shoulder" thrown back. That ta a faabiou not to tie commended, of  our**. and la only cb ton ic led aa a pie,a of newa. A well. formed figure in a  • love, clotli jacket, with a bunch of dower* iti.tra,! of  bl* evidence that b* rn down cud roll over.  ’Help, help,* th* girl for the first time any fright  It WM no pal# and poetic young man •ho responded, but a hurly park police-man. who aaid, aa ha aelred tbei now •quailed hora* by th* twin “Gel off, mica. Why don’t yon get off *  She a* a me, I atrongly died in the caddle, and even when abe anti the boma loth lay flat, she waa inseparable from h> r Mat.  Ar* you glued font th* officer asked •a h* tagged al bat atm*.  "No uot pin, I, al.* gMped; “only  TMF Pl A v.A Mlltll PHI .I NTH* TO THD I IH VTR) I I VTI NII c tun,  buttoned on  And indeed ah* wa*. ii*tertuin*d not to be thrown by her apiritcd steed, she had (levi.e.l a acharne of fattening herself to the .addle Hat borwiifter she wtU us* it only on a hora* that cavort* without I) mg down.  Nobody think, of objecting to the atmo*! jauntiness in little girl* > o.tnmea, and more and more the miniature bel lea become veritable doll* for tIs. lr mother* to decorate and • rnliellish. The example* given in the laid two engraving* .(tow that hate (!to> nva vv style* have gone out of high vogne, although at 111 -sen frequently, and that there i. a mural of .Salic, It i* modi»h now to let your youngster. hair fall loosely, with an air  LEFT \ UBT ORD. j .Ll ttllL r rb T* '!*  I hon, for th* vmmI foundered, and Be famous vaae repo*** ta him dark. *■*» fathomed cav* or the MaditerranMa. IS brat it wa* supposed that the lion * brit wae .imply drawn with an sxaggcrattoa aff it* ainuou.ne*., but tome one who aaia-trailed ibis view irefully av amused wha! WM thought *0 l>* the knot of BM lion * tai) and found that a aal# of in* covered the eye of the snake. V«y (taint) washing re-( tied th# month *1***, and it be, aine ap)hi eat that th* dr agent  O.I<l Outline. #1 the Vaimal let aren wet Nail* tty PlKmii lane M Im Pre. ..led the *|Hti,iar.l. He-, rn Maura Hetween the Femott* ' Vian I aier" end the I hillier* •f I i |irn* and Acta Minor.  HE state of Illinois  fur aa a frontal em- I  of  ••'•order, yet with Hie end* curled rare-  but it look ward.  Fbrie nowaday*  he 111 * b me ii t, a. .bown iii th* initial picture, may bt ad-rnirabic in a way, rather to a«.®rtive and for  worn for decoration  fully enough, too. The tight, separate, candil.,. moldy curl* of our mother* early J fir* are not in favor, nor im the bare forebc id which need to be admire I a- an • aldern p of precocity any lunge, seen With really “styli.tr girl*. The hair bang- in a tossed haug to the eyebrow!   1  in citl* * where the temperature doesnt ’ * 1  , ‘  1 ,n     outspread ma** over th* shout-  dictat* it for warmth, and so it t* a* well I I , No matter how much this may of-to gut .out* tole. of good ta.te concern- j grandma ^or do vioh nee to graudpi I mg it. Pronounced blonde* should wear  ALDEN, IOWA.  WILLIAM KEATING.  Deal* in  40**t /hr VtiiiMl MewmWUji Un* ae4 arr-***** Insurant* Ce., rf Krrrymvf. III.  I awn aeil HtcamiMp t.ckita. and can bring Tour lr lr od* or end tin in Alway* ready lo (Iva .Blo; rn.l.rn. T J. EICK, Alcan, la.  J.  A. BUTTON,  ALBEN, IOWA,  ■Bary Public, Real Estate, Loci   SND—  INMUKANf K  AtJKNT.  Farm bx a aa negotiated on long or thor’ -time at tow rate* of Interest.  A large Hat of Improved wed unlmprovm las de for tale.  J. F. BYERS,  - DKALBS IM-  Harms. Whigs, Bikes, Satins,  Fly Hit*, Haro OM Olio and  General Hone Fnnusiijii Goods.  N peri* I Attention Ulna to Repairing  AUMEN,    -    IOWA  eavy and Shell Hardware,  Pocket and Table Cutlery,  Tinware & Woodenware,  th* tar?*** and CbnI stork of  m (BEITING STOYE: ( RANGES  ta lh* market.  WILLIAM  Ii F A TI NG, Alden, lev  CHICAGO, IOWA ARO DAKOTA  • laktn; black-haired beauti**, silver or bine fox or gray astrakhan; and tad-baired ones. black astrakhan or *ome •lark far that i* not very (leap in the |>elt. Put is alway* pretty in winter and far more suitable for lull room wear than flowers, when the -now i* on the ground and the frost on the win (law-pane. in making wen the artificial resea look nipped and withered. I hero t. a kind of morality in Are**, and gait ahi lily in itll thing*. lf flower, ar* worn at ai) in Aebruarythey ahou’d be tho** that are naturally procurable in winter (ho fur ornament* *• much in vogue this winier entireb, prevent any diminution in tho co«t of dre.x-c*. notwithstanding the *iin-plicity of the style, adopted for these fnr-triuuii-d contam**, a .tmulicity tuvi raqairwa «ll tho acrnrao aud j>arf«,-tton of cut aud workman-hip that mark th* tailor-mado die--.. No fur is too , oatly or beautiful for the purpoae, hut fashion favor* soul* few kind* drove other* Heaver ranks find, black astrakhan follow*. and black Hit** ii >n fox ta almost I-, I nally pupil I ar.  I aaa writing of an im reave of taunt!-new* in fair |»edi strian# a* ob»«r-, i in th* *tre*t*, aud a faithful portrait id «m-• hra -e I* presented in the second picture The girl wrM not much if any mot* than  1  aweel anteal! or .hall we call her “tart aiitien. owing to what we mn hi alan  notion*, lite fashionable mother ia ob-dm ite It • tao ti Kl lo mentioned, too. that th# ram wed u«e of big.bowed ribbon wa-he. i. r, I so rn, lulus,i in lr girl* who are its big a* their mother*. I'or such maiden* at pretontioua parties, the "Al-, sat,(in"gown i* making n great stir in the world of fashion, for in style it ia Quiver* illy becoming. The pc utiaritv conal-)* iii the fact that the full-flowing skirt is made without am foundation whatever, while the frout of th* skirt is  possessed, until within a few year*. the sole frail memo rial in eitetence that the famous I’L*»ti i-(tan. visited this land in th* mod r*mnt. antiquity. There sic many ob. je t* made by the i’ernv tan* and YI' I* n an- prior to sh* arrival of the r-|wtn- #     ar,I* which .how  tr*c**of Pbu mcian in.pra*ion, hut there i* not ii i ut' from itfonnlsud to tan Hermit of (’ape Horn which the wild* -I - obi- ! ore can attribute to the I’b ain tit* *av* Hit {rials biri. This *iuarkab!e ob/ect, say* th* • hi ago Ti» <* wa* *• ulptt r*d on a hint! of th* 3ili*-i-. pfii. ne r Yltoa, and waa ,le*froy( d • (liar wholly or iu part by a «up**Mitio - V uke* con,man-der of a nu dad. who made ii tin far -et for bt* parrot* and col'tmbiad*. I'* h> ring it to lur v, hat tradition de I ai cd i n.eniorial of a devheh flying cretture that carriad off bison* and ii ttnan tieing* with ease and devoured them in it* bone. bestrewn lair. It I* to Im hoped ‘bat enough remain, of thi* *c*(ptar«d form to repay th* in»( st iud iou of some trained lr- I, 'ologist, for thera • nu l.« I it little doubt that it <( a. ou* of tiiA-e polv form -vmbois which the I’ho uicians left among the people* whom they visited. It b*-loug* to the same order a* the chimera of  p*att of the chimera wa* not  Uidat  IPHI  ; vr to  any -pkcial dan,. a nt>ou hi. prancieg  TMK MVS-RtTEB »*S THE KOI I-,  ry  Mst, Guctest and Only Direct Lint, IX, 1  '[.if.",.;'r*  •RTW KSM  A I.DF.N, IOWA FA IXN, FI.IMIKA. AND CHK Atilt, VII Vt A lh KL AND ALL LANTLItN I'OIXTN.  uu,que hat.  Passengers Can Save  FROM  2 HODES TO S  cap. wa* tautened tonne aids of ber head, her hair fell loose, aud her whole make  ai was eiceasively fib ture.qne Seed I d that abc wa* a soubrette actress Hut rn ii oui quieter women of fHntimn might w< ll reform their millinery. The present bouuet. which la only an orua ment un,! not a covering, ie utterly du  rn.TW ken  NOTARY PUBLIC,  IHI Bute, HMh ai Unmet  AGENT.  Farm and Town Property  BANK OF ALDEN,  ■nu. arRDau.L a son.  Aldan, Hardin Countv, Iowa.  EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD.  Collection* made a Specialty. Bene;  • leu *■ Bawd Estate.  ROBERT HOLMES,  CHICAGO AID POINTS ON THIS  BT I '.LING  THIS SHORT KOI TE.  CONNECTIONS AT  ELDORA JCNATIDV with th. Chdagt and Northwest, rn Kuiltvny for Taint lily, Cedar Kapdla. Cliniun, Milwaukee. lie* Moines, Councii Iii ult-, St. Paul. Minm apnlia and all point* it Dakota. Nebraska, Kunia* and the West.  ELDORA with the Cetitlal Iowa Hailway for points North aud South.  IOWA FALLS with ’be B . C. H. & N. and Illinois Cen tm I Ka.lways. for Waler ItK), Dubuque, Fort Dodge aud t*iouj City.  For all inforaiion about Freight rn Passenger Hat. ., apply to our lo. a1 ng. uli or address the fienera) Freight aud Pue •eager Agent at Eldora, Iowa.  JOHN PORTER,  H am t  W. 8. PORTER,  ti. W. amt V. A  THE LATEST I  ENDORSED AMD USED RY THE U. 8. GOVERNMENT,  HNI fit TNI REST ta Na Harte! fey Raying ft#  -DEALEB IN-  Lumber,  Brick,  Cement and Lime.  fitted for winter, and ie a most fruitful source of neuralgia, deafness, aud other cranial ilia. Numbers of women admit this, but atilt go on wearing it bscauM no other bonnet* are made. If some popular lady bud the . oarage to start wearing one , of the lovely ’Granny l<ounatathat children uow wear. they woald apeedily become th* rage. They admit of endless combination* and variety, they make a pretty fee* ten time* prettier, and soften a plain or elderly face wonderfully. If we were once need to .eeiug our big girls wear them aa well aa our babies, we ! ahould all admire them, and far greater I comfort and fewer cold* would be the rein It.  Despite all the protest* made ag ii cat the wholesale (laughter of brilliant-plumaged bhd* for dress purpose*, fast-lonmongerw persist in bringing forward feather* for trimmings, and women coati no* to wear them. Not content with I adorning hat* with humming-birds, they •rn now making in New-York entire vests for bodices of the gay, brilliant plumage of these beautiful little (vestures. The feather* are arranged in various pattern-,  . and, though th* onion arc vivid, their appearance ta never garish. The bodice-tnne adorned are d  hidden under an Alsatian liow of quai tit nbton, with design* in rn-Inner* colorings on IV < ream foundation and an ((Ige of dark cr irn-on satin. This ex q HI site ribbon rem die* almost to the hen* of lh* nkirt. A smaller bow of the same is used to form a kind of bertha on the lodi e above a deep pouted corslet of apricot .ilk.  Iho Iii tie girl*, of course, wear their \ l-titiau nows I ie lit lid, in the usual fray, witL the broad ribbon or -oinetimes a whol< width of soft .liken fubnr originally meant for dr- -a material enwrapping them .round.  tilth all respect to the grandmothers of my reader., let rue write that I have before me lh.- plate of a wretched little flirt, dated lf.”'. The parting of ber hair i leave* a tnangnlar patch ou the top of her liead. with oue point at the forehead, which I* it big!, oue. The aide-lock. thaw Separated *be baa massed into two hunches of outstanding curl., which hide , her .-ani aud encroach upon her temples *o the corner- of her eye*. The top lock -he has tied in^p a crazy-fuu pattern, upright and Japanese looking. About ber brow and passing through the aide curls she has hound a chain cia.tied with a jewel just below the (Muter of her forehead. Hive curnugs show, although the little ear- from which they bang are hidden. Her dr**, fioek, *he • .tiled it i*  ■ ut from just over the round of the *bonl-ilor straight si rosN the chest and (tack.  I he short *le*ves ure puffed out so far that the outline of sleeve i. not followed by th* broad state ruffle that set* out from the *'dge of the neck, *o this ruffle pMaes boiixontallv ai ton* her figure from .boulder to shoulder, while the edge of the ruffle lu ke. a still longer horizontal from the tip of one puff to the other. Just to look at Miss IK.’V! From (ha waist op she looks like a very ornate baby'* basket with a wide frill over the top, and a very lurge biby sitting therein. Ah, bot the skirt. It ia what yon call full, aud it is what yon call plain. It just jauntily .vt* oat over what you call  .Mrnrnmm  ■RHMMBRHRMNMdeHghtfully varied and  ^proportionately expensive, but their continue*- will soon be overcome or rather in expensive substitute* for the hummingbird s feather* will doublMs be found that will make a sufflciently good effect , for th* majority of weaww.  Equestrienne* afoot have become a co rn moo sight in New Tote City, and thev are to be anna, in their variation* of the conventional honebaek hoetume, walking lo Mid from the stable* around Central .Jfcey look Uke those heroine* which okUffcfthiosiod Qoviliiti aoid drNmu I lists need to pat into their romano**, and I who were aver being saved Dom deadly iR" 11 * ^ tte opportune hero**, Hut I "®ooe Now York aii^toi of tho noddle! gar* more utilitarian. Ona of item was on » ftoton homo. and th* boa.: pruMiikte, teared, plunged, and eeamod determined to throw bwr etf. She itept four anat in a mart ddteftnad mao-|Mr. At imgth th* tehrijBrim nnmiatok*.  Lydia and Cyprus, the sphinx of Etruria, <ir***ce. anti Egypt, the winged mau-ho.ided ball of A wav ria, th* human.beaded harp of old Ireland, the cifflns of Furope, Asia. and northern Africa, the eutaurs of the Greeks aud the ancient I* I ct*, sud the wyverns of the beraldrv of northern Etmpi "It was." the arch. .- ologist exclaim, u itb bitter grief, "our only |«hfortn munster, our only on*; it wa. in a perfect .tate of pre»> ’vation, and mtdnndaring brute of a naval officer iii a dc tt a target for g innery practice.  • th. inexplicable folly Ob, irremediable lo*.  Fortunately it ba. been Ihorooghlv described by it gentleman who* --em# to have been perfectly compel' at for the taftk. and who understood it. real character. J. H. Alite*, of Mile. Station, 111 . made it drawing of it ahi h is present^ I here, and bk on; pained t hi-with a written .ie-cnpt ion obi ion-Iv of the most an-th-ntic kind. Ilewrote “I irwt saw it in I tcl3, and since that date have - cen it man v hundred* of time- Itefore it wa. de.troyed during the late civil war. I mast say that it is a mistake for any one to say that it aaa j tainted on the rock.. It was not painted on the rocks, nor was there a drop of paint need in its < on.tm 'lion. The turd. if bird it was, wa* cut or • his-cled or picked into the .olid rock of the bluff, but how or by whom I know not Its body was that of a lion, its head aud horn* that of a deer, and its wiugs that of a bird Is theie anything about this that looks like a horrible man-eater' I do uot believe that such an anima! aver existed.  I (laity that its existence is compatible w lib natural law., and I assert that the pius* bird wa- mode by some race well acquainted with sculpture to comnn morale the noble deeds of some great jwr-sonage of ancient times.*  humanity is indebted to Father Marquette for its first knowledge of the manes tor of the Mississippi, und he wrote a description of it iu lTtid, from which an engraving was mad.) in Pans. Mr. Miles made Ina drawing on the spot, but the Trench picture which i* bere presented was ushered into the world nuder conditions that made it dubious. The good father describe-! it from memory, having learned all the Indian traditions about it, and being influenced very much by those tradition*. The engraver made it as frightful as be could in order to be interesting. Thus between the two was evolved an object which, *• anc one can detect, never could have been sculpt tired, which perhaps accounts for the persist-  and did not offer the hero 11*1 Ie mph j Pe gas av  The discover!'a of Gen. Di ( .noU in « yprua pave to tho world another .-prw. -ciliation of the chimera in which the serpentine chenet cr of the ii an'* t ail to absolutely unmistakable, i« will be sees bv the draw ng, Th* coil is .omi '.’ittvg which could not be found in a g-union caudal appendage of a hon, and th* .tmhin. of the end i* obvious, Phi* tinning of a genuine hinters wa* a .ad Mow to a s, nod of thinker* who have (cen endeavoring to cvpleiu everything ny reference* to naturel object*, and * bo claimed that the poivfortu mon-t wa* only .iu exAgg* ration of n .j-eml * u j of Ion that once existed in A.u Mi aor. Ham rn being* have i goitre j t omtit* • welling in tho in • k. md if a lion bad goitre th- ii the swelling might hsv- ii ten taken bv the nnsophi.ticate i sh phonic of l.y na for a sapph me itsry tost * head. Hat tilk (wrj sui, in.load of • tail. did not admit of any naturalistic « pin-nation, aud the hinter* no* • imilt-vl to have been a national ayml-oi. In th* treasury at i arum, DI l'e*no!a found **r>rtngR, nnjp*. .iud bnc#Ut<i of gold fashioned ilk" the turners, (tolr that the form of the lion disappeared entirely and the I oily was purely serpentine, tat •nit the reqii reiu'Qt* of the object*.  I bi se jewel* were of Pb'>uician utane-ftti tore, in the op l ion of til expert*. Tiffany of New York declared that ie th' rn wl) the i rocek.es known to tnoderB gold working were '-mploved. and with txqni.it* dexterity,  It is to he remarked that the legend* off the Indian tri)>e* dv el mg on the Miasie-sinpt shoot th* pi..a bird were exactly the kame a. the legend* of the (tracks concerning the chimer*. Fntil Bellerophon put a stop to it* evil career, the latter monster iiehaved tireciaely ». the piMa i* ri j»ort> d to have done, -omen rn-a carrying ort a fat cow, sometimes a tough agnenhnriet. -omrtmn * condcscenditig ta trifle with t« appetite bv (Kilting a t»*l>y. The (iret k». too. ascribed to the -piitux a most reprehensible fondness for heman flesh. »hich -he grail'-cd in a polite aud cultured fs-hton. >he invited j;copia to ’•ail upon her, ac I asked them conundrum*. and if they coaid uot answer me rectJv -he ate them up. iLdipns, (to ruranian, paul « visit to her cave, and answered her question* correctly, where. upon -tie fell tuto hi* power, and he slew her with his darts, *11 of which wa. ditto the subject of a noble picture by the Preach Igniter, Ingres. Netwitb*tanding the weight of ti reek tradition, there can be no doubt that with the Egyptian* * L " "t'litnx wa* the -ymbol of ro dty.  th*  r«F. LTC! AX t HI UK I;  aud with th* Ehsntoi it *11 a fiitkfd guardian of the tomb. Nor is there oar adequate reason for doubting that jji polvforuiM wi le ay uibolical, md that aw representation waa intended of stffv dmo-*tor wbatsoev cr. Nor is there a .ingle poly-form that ta not found upon objects! known to be I'fao-uician. although they are al o found Ta the most divers, place*.  hoops, aud it i* slightly bell-shaped. It •top* just in time to show a we* pair of white shpjared feet, bound over the in-step and about the ankles with ribbon, •od ti *wajtoil prettily too. when the little font danced, Iii be bound! Over bor bar* arm* ara drawn "Bernhardt" glove*. Not called Bernhardt th*n, of coom*. Far bo it from me to *p*«k of any lady * age! And she peep* around th* OBFif that shadow her eyes, and the gen on her forehead (top* glimmering for •pit# at th* two eye* brightuee*. Every her eaney head nod. the earls md th* loop* of ber hair and t he sprangling flover-atatka bob aud flatter and catch lh* ay#, whether you Beant or not to look. I wonder BE the picture of stylish children. in tht* arrie]#, will look se odd "teasormtialMd in »4*.~ Hairy Dart, to Chteau Udgtr.  VU XIARQTETTE BEMFMtlKR£l> IT.  eac* of th* belief tbs! it wa* a painted image. Marquette * idea of it wa* that it had toe head of a bear, th* bona* of an alk, th* body of a fish or a dragon, or something wdth scales, and a bear a lags. with eagle's claw*. The tai! WM fifty feet long. coiled uevoral times round the body, and terminated in a spearhead.  Toe para) I# Ii tm to th* chimera is marked, and perhaps Mr. Nile* may have been mistaken in *apponing that tbs tail WM the bona tide tat] or a lion. The error i* one into which almost every one fell who mw th* paintiBi; of th* cbim*'* ob the famous Hamilton vs**, which was found near Nap]** during th* Napoleonic  We.lerw Journalism.  We hav** 1h*cii in town only tea daw*, and already oui warm friends, Nplof Miigm. the veteran mixer of the whole iu-tlie dark ti*]ooh, intimate, that if us time for ut* to »,iack up aud give our -core on in* I mm (k - a blight. We would like to inquire if this is the usual prao tire iii till*, community? We have do mw the-w hole in-the-dark honor to imbtlm at it. hor the greater portion of Hw* elixir that we have absorbed .inca oar arrival. It requires inspiration to fit one to illuminate aud enlighten a community : if Hplop Maffia hesitates tm supply the inspiring elixir, we shall either transfer onr patronage aud ata-rate our system el sew her*’, or we shall decline to illuminate ami es-lighteti the couiiunnit v. W<* certainly will not snluiiit to I wing bulldozed bi Mr, Nplog Maffia’n dun* or even an Roved by his hints. We are destitute of wealth, but we arc heeled with giltedged dignity. and we will maintain oar dignity untarnished. K*nt Ad-rert i.mi'.  Hhy Are Hotel I oaks So Of tea Fat!  “Did you ever wonder why mo ut cooks are dewily?" a-ked the chef of a well-known hotel. “Well, I have • theory that in held by many people to !w correct. Their unatmol amount at flesh is undoubtedly due to the sic sorption through the nostril a. month, aud pores of the skin of the aroma, ob whatever yon.uall it, of food which us living cooked- The luau or who, day after d*y, lives in an  w*». It ie her* given according to aa ac- I    permeated with savory odors pf  eorate copy arad* tor th* Nnseo Borbon j     10041     wn    liegina    to    get deafer.  tee before Sir William Hamilton, th* Think thie over and voull agree with BsgUah Am haw der at N*pte*. amit ri tx I ae.* - Pk<iadftphia Wet*.   

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