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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - February 14, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1890. NUMBEB MNE88 DIRECTORY ,,H.D..�Mlor. [NTunnniiii c!njiic�-*k"io, �.v^lT*- at 10o'(lmka.0i. Munaty MSSuidr >d tn ALDIN MBHART AND UADINO IIOOM-U lUrmanil llallillDt. OpM aTary dajr and nolDg, MundAj u>t>t�l. TMrljr ul�crl|>-�oBt. it emat*. Mti. P. K. rniry. Proildont; VIM Loltl* Tsylnr, Hacntary. AI.DKN IX>naS, No. 3W. I. O. O. F.-Mofta mrr WodoMilar avanliui At UtUy'a lUll. Tliilln( lircthrMi �ra cuntlalljr iuTltn] loat-Mod; II. U. Jaaaa, HaeraUrir. AtnEN IX)l)OR. No, l�. A. O. V. W-MmM lUtlor'a lUll. Haaalar nitwlloea toeouJ and lut Tanmity �nu\ng% of vavh month. All HaitlDf iiirmtMra ara conliatlT Initltrd to at-nt E. <:. Iloiian, U. W.; J. Toiullofou, llo-�ard'.t ia apecially noted, but the pr.ietice for wbiob be paid tba penalty atill continiica. Tba tbict waa pnt juat ona acale hii;hor than the diHhonaiit tradesman. Inata^id of the flddlR ho woia the violoncello, and alao iron bracclataandanklo banda. There Tha fldality wtik wbieh St. Lorons PlaU Imb bean traaafarrad tm tk� �tage waa aompleta, Th� eh�reb, the Fonntain ot Virtne, the bona of liar, anarlta, and tba famona old Maaaanar Uonaa form a blalorieal, romantic, ar-tiatlaaod arshilectofai aonbinatiOD imrd-\j eqnaled in the world. Tha miad that can not tianaf er itaalt to the aoenaa of bjr. gone agea of which theaa monnmenia ara witneoaea mnat bo indead proay aad mat-lor-of-faet MANNERS OF THE BRITONH. rASifora lOB cnnmnnm �riii; vioii0.vcr.i.iiO. nrii.i.i.vn U.KATI.SU, Allien, Iowa- GHICAGO, IQWIi AND DAKOTli wore olno iuHtraniouta for every rarioty ot petty ollennoi. I'erHona convicted of obscenity or blaxphcniy carried aronud tho iron Unto. This tlnto wn^i fintaneilaround the nock nuJ tho lluKcrs wore caURht and hold in thoHpring ratchet which wnnmndo in imitation of the kevH or Btopa. Wivca who diiolieyod their hUHbauda wore one ot the moci; llddlc�, and if they persLit-ed in dlKobulieuce or robelllousneaR thoy THE TOKTUr.E llillTF. i'lvr-coii.NEiiEr) Towniioi' Mi!i:�ntit(i. SHoilcst, mM M Only Direst LiM i lrerT:?i'^ritrt ItETWEi:.S .vi.oks.   iowa   falls,   ei.uora, am) cmc.uio, milwai;kke a.m) all kastkji.m rOl.NTS. Passengers Can Save FROM HODBS TO �KTWEK.\ CHICUO AND POINTS ON THIS LINE nr taki.no THIS SHORT ROUTE. i creoi.   Tbi� lower is tho olilcdt Htrnctara - in Nuromberf;.   In it we And all the in-I Htriimeuta o( torture known to history. I Tho rack, thnmbncrewH, and (jnillotiue are found iu every Kuropean muaeuiu, and the roil f;ova worn by tho oxocutioner i� alao ijiiite couunon.   I here are inatm-monta of tuttnro other than Ihc^io lo ba Hoeu here that are rare, but 1 uiiuuot aay that thoy were known only to tho graat dyuii"ty of which thin town was the center.   Souio of theae i.u-trunienta augReat were carricJ to tho market plu-e to recoiro the ieorit luul jesta of their ueigbbore. It two womin ipiarreled thoy were yoked to-Kother nuil nlHo taken to (ho market place iind Kobjecloil to tho curioua (jaze of tho multitUue. ruchaKlo women woreobliKod to wear it crown of iron thornsand along bunvy plait of Ktraw. Then we t\nd in the l'olloctloii the thorn crndlo, tho torture bed, and the nirctchcr, with ila firoovo*, rolkrK ami iinlleya. On tho sirotclier tho bones were Hlowly broken iin�rfect blondo beanty I have erer aeon.  Her akin was dazxling. it waa so pure in its whiteness. 1 will veutnre to say that the carefullcat examination in tho strongeat light would not reveal a blamiab on the Inatroua, healthy floab.   Her eyea also wore as brilliant aa stars, the blue ot them warm and clear, the white like snow.  The froity perfection of thia girl waa so ex traonlluary that I was atouca struck with the fancy that if diet bad anything to do with producing a beautiful akin this lovely creature must have been roared on the dow from the honeyanckles.   Therefore I waa intoreated in what ahe cbnso from the lunch cord that tbo waiter handed bar.  It can t>e imagined bow ahoeked I waa whan I beard the order. Here it ia:  "A Welah rarebit, a bottle of beer, and, ntterwartia, mince pie, cbeose, -nd a lai^s cup of blaek ootfee."  The mother w,.,, ia one of thoae aweet ladioa ith silvery hair and a face almoet aa aof t as a girl'a, aaid that the waiter might dnplicitta bar danghter'a order for her, as it quite aoited her.  I aaid nothing about my thoughts, but my faith in lha influence of the diet ou the complexion hiM been weak from that moment.-A'ck York corre�pondtnee Chicago Lttlgtr. Sf7 ivy Hwallak BEEN la tiM taTlalbU dailt efca4eawtUto a eolor par-�aMBtlyaaoB In mlxad anlt' age aad epriag over-eoatinga. Ta* deeignen of flae aloth fab. rice leem to haye made a eo aeerlod move to five thaao rich �U enbdaed eolor. tngaaaoppor. tnaity ta t coma tba prejndiee yhiek hae heretotof* exhrted agaiaat them. In diagonaia and ia wide wale goeda for apriag topcoata the dark-greea ahad* inga are quietly aOectiye lo a quite irr^ Biatible desree. The double-breaatad long aaek reeflng jacket, made to fit loosoly, la the bright partienlar hit of tbia aeaaoa in tba clothing buainaaa. Well-made tronsera are seen at their beat under the present accepted Togne aa to menauromenta. The tendency toward tho absurd balloon revival haa been bap. plly ebeokod. The correct tronaen are now out reaaonably snug al>ont the bipe ith a straight fall and a alight abarp toper toward a point at (he bottom. Aside from the crush bat, the tall ailk atovcpipe is the only appropriate headgear to be worn-with evening dress. Swelldom will welcome the opera hat back again when Ibe proper time arrives, for the silk hat is, upon occasions, very much in tho way aud decidedly inconvenient to manage. Borne of the ultra swells will wear white waistcoats when the thermometer is down no  H unJ dazed tlii- brain of MarcoUa^ Haukiuson, and i-oufustHl images of a imradise    luuiiuou.s    with   rainl>ow-s, sliiuinu-ring Sunsct.s. the glory of melting black eyes.and porvaded by the intoxicating perfunio of musk, patchouli, and cinnaipou essenco danced before his vision. "No, Mr. Hankinson." she replied. * .\h-er-thanks!" Thu young man ventured to take lier hand. "Asphyxia McCiinnis." ho said, in a riek baritone tremolo, in all the eleven month.s aud �ixteen days during which I have enjoyed your aequaintanoe I have never condueted myself otherwise than witli the uti);ost respect, Imve I?" "You have not, Mr. Haiikinsnn." "I have never seemed to-aw-foel my outs, us it werol'" he went on anxiously-, ""never stayed later ihiiu 11 o'clock on ordinary nights nor later than ".< o'clock when we were reuilinjj Browning or .Schlegel':'" "I think uot. Mr. Hankinson." " Wo havo seenie�l to coincide in onr views of idiilosophy. the tariff, thci Schloswig-Holstoin qnostion, aud tho com]iarativu value of tho varioti.s foods as regards nutrition," iieraisted the young man, "while in tho matter of dialect stories we have-we linve al-way-: jibed exactly." ile e � 'Is it iKMtsible that yon did not know what I waa going to aaj-V Do you pro-t�nd, Aspbvsia MoQtnnis," ho de-uiandcHl, hotly, "that you were not en-eon raging mo-tliat you didn't egg mo ou?" "I certainly did not, air. Such an idea uever entered my head. I may aa well tell yon. Mr. Hankinaon, that my heart U not traa. I may aa well toll you"-the prond hairaaa of miHtnna breathed a tramnloaaaigh, the haughty look laded from bar eyea and her voice sank to a low, draaaiy marmttr, like tiia echo of a diatant waterfall-"papa ia gdiuf to Bonpa oast weak tobtyr m � priaoa."-Cli
                            

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