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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - February 21, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUMKXII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, KEBllUARY 21, 1890. NUMBER'19. BUSINESS DIRECTORY cimrnoHn. ftblMUkM U o-olock ra. HuodKT 6�l>ool M H m. HwT�eM Mch HiiLb�th oMntsi!. Itov. J, �a. Millar, I>.I>., iMator, OKIUIAN M, a. cnunOB-SWTlaaa nm BBdM     10 JO a'elock a. m. rrMoblng vTur/ otter laaday. Boadu Hobool ! � >. m. (T^ry f o'^oKT tkandkir OKKMAN ttrranAM ommOR-HirTlD*! mmf Itebbstb U I0�) o'elaakK.m. Huaaar Cohool Imma4laui7 kitor momlaR artloM. MULOBimoa-B**. J. w. ronrrth, Paatar. ~ o'olMk a. m. mad ____�k ko d'olook a. m. mT."**''"*^- riaT*'DOMlUMavacTTaaMay ad Tanrrdar mnlaw. � awry Boaday at it IP, m. 01a  raMtlui Habbttta. Pianr mM( .�oonm BIDIART UmOB, Mo. IM. A. r. * A. M., will BMat la rwdar eonmaaUattnn on th* Pn-daylnaiaaaBorbataratlM fall moon, at Ma-aonio Hall, Aldan, Iowa. Vliitlac btatbrra � oordlallT lnT(t*l to attand. H. U ruroa W. M.; K W. CiiMkat, KMratary. . AIiDIX lilRHARY AND HBADINQ nOOM-ID Bayinood Hnlldin*. 0|i�i mn day uil nnlnir, Bnaday leantad. Ymrly inkiicrlp-Mom, SicaaU. Un, V. H. Furry. Preildant; MIm Lottla Taylor, (jceratary, ALDKN IX>IMil(, No. XHI. I. O. O, F.-lfwrta wry WadD*� t Utl�y'i HalL .Vlalttng bri'tlvan am cunllally iuritcd tu attand. n, M. JoDM, Socrotary. AtiDRN LODOK. No. 103. A. O. U, W.-Mc^U at ntlay'* Hall. Itcfinlar lucxitliiga noond and Uit Tttowtay �Tiiiilnt|� ot opuih innotll. All vlittlniimcnitMira �r� cordially inrttad to attand TS.  I can bnnit your filnnOaor sund tlM'm. Alwuya ready to �lra infoimuUgn.     T. J. RICK, Alttau, la. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEV, IOWA, Hotary Pnlilic, Real Estate, Loan -1�D- PETER TAYLOR, -DEAIiEn IN- Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Coal. ALDEN, IOWA. WIIXZAM KEATING. Daalar In Heavy and Stielf Hardware, Pocket aad Tabli Gstlem, Tinware & Wootlenware, th* la~"at anil flnatt atoek of OTiHEATO STOVES & RANGES In tha market. I'KETENTIOUS DRESS. 'flOntlKOUf*   .t'�INTt'MKM    W()H?I   IIV CiUTMAM-M FANIIION I.KAI>KIIH. colon, ind roailjr tb� leaodinKly iMcomldg; eoaa�. >..�l� Walata la lla AlM>llalii-il-Ni>iiii- Cit-rloiia Faahlon Faila-A .Mnllaio'k .N'nrol Ullllialinn nr a lliialla-Thti IVallloal C'ual�itii� fir Ilia Naaaun Mkfilrlind. Toam C5�ii��poNDiTn;.l HE fsminiou raader mnNtkiuaiy torn htr back npoo th* mora ulilitarinn iulercat* of diaitH, and ixrmit mfl,to (Ippiet, aa mat-tara of cDriexit; If Doi of V a I u a, tha �tylei of ooatumtnH aan at .N'aw York'* occaiioDK of pr�t�n-tioai droK, It iH the aloie and climax ot the aeaaon of faahionable fealivi. tiea, and the con-tnnie* ore veritable exhibila ot finery. The na� a t e q I n g bodii'ea are cut i-ilher with vorjr k bort (loiDtN ill front or elaa iiuite lotind, the iimmK i. wal�t boiuu rory of- ten oatliiiud with a girdle of Hilk i'onl, knotted on the aide, and nftcrwurd foiling aIniOHt to the beiu of tba akirtn, Drapcrlou and pnftlnKx of cliiffon round the (lURt and on the HiionldurH uppenr to be iudi�p�nHnl>le from thoHo new bodlcca, while trimming* of riblion nnd llowerg iiru profiiHoly tmed. I'ompotu hIuovoh, Huch iiH lire bore akatcbed i�c6 Flgiiro'ii, uro ii new iiloa. The ^own was pinni-colored ailk, brocadeil with deaigns in tho coloro of Hbadcd nutiiran Ifaroii. Tho brotellea and other IriiiimiuKH wore of S:ilu HiitTrou xilk xaiue, nud on tho shout-urn wore wings of old gold. I3nt the vuriouR feature wb� Ibe puffy Htrurliiroof lace riaing aborn the moroly rudiiiientnry iileexo oucnuh Hhonldor. Odddity \� thii9 Boblovud. .Inat hero lot mo tell, for the comfort of thoHO �'0i]ioii who buvo to make their own drosaoii, of tho diacomfort of a woman of my nc e atjliah or dio iu the ntlomiit. She Urh joNt hnd a frock Hout homo from it woU-known maker. .She put it ou, nud pre-pciroil to Biilly forth ami Htrilio nil bo-lioldcrs dumb, lint bor bustle troulilod her. '1 bo tiny pnd.feU liko n cnniion-bail. Sbo tried to coiiaiiler it her imagi-uiltioa, liul that terrilili' weiglit preSKiiig toriaiN but alio ir�ct i   ________, . _______,, ----- qoanllv, at anob orljilDalitief w� eannot poaalbly gramblo. Thei* aeeina to bo a mad idea tbaa* dayi to draaa to coaniar-mtH tho untnrat effect of oar phyiiqnea, Tka tall, Hlender girl lejoicati In bainR bla to wear aaihet and hip drapins. The little, ronnd one rnua to per)>endicular liD*�. All vary well whan out cbaraatar-iatica are too pronoanced. Tbero i* aa evident mfrremant against tbe loiig waiala wbiob haT* lortiirod none et ni, and mailo na look ont of nil proportion lieildeii. A handsoma poiatad neok droai ie mode with a nort of tlKht-fitttug Kpnuish jacket, tbe edge of which jaat renchea tbe waiHt-line at the back aad roanda up from under the arma till tba two'nointa meet ivnd taalen jnit under tbe breAtt-lina. Tbe ttianguUr anaoe left in front it tilled with looaalv tatling lace or not, conflnod by ribbons taatenad HOW GLASS IS I5L0WN. AX UOi;it tN  TIIK INTKItlOK <�l.*Ht4 FAI.-I�UV. lasrukss o/vihtx. WILLIAM   RKATINIl, Alilaii, Iowa. CHimjOWA AND DAKOTA Fnrm loana negotiated on Ion�'"rahuri tlino at low rate* of Interoai. A lari{e Hal ot improved and unlmproviM) landa for nale. J. F. BYERS, -neALRii IN- HirMSs, Whips, Robes, SadDles, ny Heti, Harness 0:li and General Horse Fpniisliinfc goofls. SpMial AttenUra_VlT� to RcfMlrioir ALDEH, ~^    -    IOWA. NOTARY PUBLIC.  . Seal Estate, CoIIsetioi ail Isnmnce jkx^xsmtr.  . .    .  iowa. Farm and Town Property voB lAM jkMD mmtn. BANK OF ALDEN, IDJ. KBMAXX ft BOB, �M�m Narriln Oountv, letwa. liortcst, QnickGst and Oily Dircil im Dirr�Ki:.v .lOEN,   lOW.V   falls,   kldok.v. am) CUK'a at> ator stick R tbe aad of alo*^ iron Mb* OK ia ! 'nt** 0 Rlowing wkUe bole an4 draw* tha instrument fartk altb a gUstentaaaalatia, ona-looking masa al Ihe and. He rail* this maaa aeltvaly for a few sonanta ob foniia rrwiurad Wlilinut ; ii flat shkb called a 'marrer,' Iroa a ear. niptioDoftbe Frtnehword marbia, naaa. iog marble, that sahitaaca beiag foraMf-ly nmployad in mahing the alaba. Tha marfer la placed in a sligbtlv Inalinad pa>. Hition on a wooden slab, and tba TOlliaf of tbe glnaa an tha surface, easy aa tk loaka, ii quite aa art. While tba glaaa ii still in the soft, pasty eonditian tha operator Mows IV sligfally aad gnides Ihe Inrop into tha interior of a BtoU (doled by a Iraadla. Kim iiK 11. JOHNMHTHI. THE UTEST! _____AHB UaSO 9t TUB ii.�aOOvmmuT. tottaiMM on her back nearly drove her crazy. At liiHt nhe threw oU tbe gown, took out Ibe pail, got uor acisHors, nud Hat down to iu-�0Hlig,it�. She lipped tbe pud oiicu, uud - whnt do you think she foniui it wan stulfcd with? That "Kwagger" drsHsmnker hnd Hwapt her room and eiiipllijd bcrdust-P'ln into this bustlol Tkeru were tha ulippiuga and sweepings from a dozen dillereut dresses rolled up along with dnat from the four comcni of tho estab-liabmeut, oacked into a bl-mblnncu of rag-osrpot lioll nndmndu into a genuine, bona nJo foreign bustle. My friend huH couctnded that for the future a good, plain, arery-day, homelike Yankee bustle will answer all pnrposoa. Which is tho prettiest dress ymn in Kew York awolldom this winter? O', who shall decide? The best authorities would disagree. Hnrely, a lovely gown of coial-pink faille, with large designs in thraad-colorad guipure laea. Tbe caintura is of ooral pink yalret, while Ihe only trimming conslala of rows of (ritsa orange ostrtob feathara arranged as deaignad: Tba glovaa ai� of a pale straw oolar. Plaaaa nata tba ahirreid effect in my inl. tial akateh (Fiatiia 1) and also in tha fnlK leoglh poftrdt (Figitia 3), That ia a brand-new idaa. I saw one Empire gown et bright cItron-yaUow aatia, tighUflttlag, aad wltb no otbw trimming nut two apaulattes of yallow rosaa. An otaidraaa siaetly Ilka a-ham-dear ma, I eanaot naa tha aiaet tarm, hot a 'priaiary* gar-maat, aliahtl* ahirred aroaad tha naok, el araam silk nek la exact early Eapiia dartga aliraaada bioad floral adaa- aopM from aa aatiqaa talla ot___ VatMI,ta to bawam wukabandotdla. maada aadar tba bnst to ilmalata tha �a-lac walal. �kort pata ofatanad laU iMa^aavaa. MOl o( aaaek hls�a� nittik, ____,___j mIM ovar hum *m aMalaillMaiSitlacnoafal Itaaa. Tka iamml�**aiSmUk a Bartow hM� ikataoaUaaaalotka Th* to tbe u'lgcK of the j^u-kul us thov meet tbo ^vlll^t-llue. 'riie�u ribloiiH tie lonsily iu front. Tlio hiuUIi-u, hkIv, unil nii-uutunil cniiiMve from bri'nt-t-liiie to wiiiil in front Is lliiiK eoiiceftleil. Hair i*. drtijis.-d most i-'liborately for Now Vi>tk halls. Iiut not all nlop of the bond a-, rormerly. See iny pictures for pnrtic'ularK. Hair mubt look hh if it KtayH ho without liair pins. Tho girls who have v.ry litllo liair xenm to bo tho ones iu Im-lc juat uow. All tbo ftnmo, if you have niiu'uillc* lit hoavY locks you can alTord to lnii!.;h ami Hlick to your (irook coil nt tbe back of yout head. No woman wbono lu\nri�nt uuturul uuilowmcntu prevent her from following a faKhion need bo forry. If yon caul wear a triple jacket and a plaatoil yoke r.joice, ami dou't. If yimr flguro uoeds hiieli aKKi�tauco rejoice ib.'it faiihioii periultH it, and do. \Ve CBUuol nil of us drexH iu n low-nock bol-'tcr case aud look like Mme. Koc.imisr. .\nd when yon go to a ball always have some oxtrft pins about yon. You can't do yniir waltzing coinfortal>ly if you have to drug a yard or i^o of ValencioniieH streaming around after vou. If you ilou't make a haljit ot providing; yourt.clf with those extra pins, you will many tiiiioii see moments of anguish when vou would give your Houl for a p:n and think you got it cheap. Yon step into tho front of your dress and pull the drapery down, to bo Htfipped on again every time you moro. An awkward man places his foot on your Many ll�aiilirii .Hurl, Aid rrnll, Tmila or .Hachlnery-..An Art In Whlrh Lillln nr N� l>rnar�aa llaa j limn Maeoted freodom, but quite unconscioiia ol tbe exiatenoeof pagna-ck>us spanowa and hungry oata. We brougltt out his gilded cage and aet it on tho top ot a tall atep-ladder, leaving the door opan, and jnat inside a onp of .tempting neniiiaeed. For two hours he 'aoomed to look at it, thongh h* oftan fixed Ilia bTiffkk littla eyaa on oa whan we oallad hia, and anawared oa with a ebaary, daaut "Witiabf Wa kad InMMt giTm np hopa of gatting him baek. wbaa itoeearred to oa toting hia braaklHt ball: ia otkar word*, to nttla op tti* ^paoad in tbe tin boK whara it waa kml. TUa waa a aoand he nn-- M WB had laa| aadeita MaVaakfiartto jial mijrodicuts. \Vh"ii colorless glass is tiesireil tbo iron has to he oliinitiatod, or the color masked by suitable nieans, sntl It is a noteworthy fillt tliat a proportion of iron in tiie sand too small 10 bo indicated by the most delicate assay will impart a distinct hue to gloss. Different initallic oxides impart ditferout hues; thus tin or arsenic, will render the product white oud oiiiuiae', ot has to bo removed, no matter under what oiroumstani-ea, it means a hot, hard day'a work for all bands. The first thing ia to dislodge tha brokaa frng-meota of the pot, or tbe whole affair bodily if not broken, by battaring-ram blowa direct� f> i*al�flit Clitireli MimIc. NK of Will Carlo-ton's lialliidH eiur [IxxlieH the laiuciit of "ii .si.stt'r gi>oII Ix- -I d� iiot^,Miiit no iial�*nt tliliiK A (|Ut*ilu' i>ver iiw." A coneralile woman had built and widowed ttu Epi�co|iikl church in u village iu one of tho V^aste-rn States, and it was so identified with her that everv-IkjUv called  it Miv, Smith'.s  clitinh. i wonYbavenopiddlk lv CIUJKCll! Sur&5FU9�iSSHSi7hBto�S Tkerw had bean great tronMtt iu keeping tbe aiugara ap to the pitvh. aud, aa tha viUaga ahoemakor portortued oa tte TiaioncoUo, permiasiaa wtoh oV tainad fromi the panlor to introdute thia iwitrumant intd tka gailtry to sua-tain tka Toaaca, On the &nt Sunibiy that it appeared, n� aaanir bad tho unhwkT Criapid drawn hia bow oeaoas tha atnnc* to give tha "iig- the Mli'h for tha VaniU than HimBmith, in the front pew below, taraaAawittly arawid, tha bowa on her baoamt trembUi^ with IhoHlitation which ihnok ha� ptooa fteme, andoriBd omk, ia h>nA teaaa: 'Stop! Btopt tab* that thin*out! t woa-i haya no adilafai my chiuah r Tit MtaiH Hhtm �Dear adltor.'vialaapoaAlB a weU-known ieMMOMk "jIimi taad with ';�i%aSS lia into tha yanm iathaaaoitaifbl "]>aar poa^" 9mt foak,' aaamaa lha adi "thy fc bb nimiloa to pal msbb iaiathapoaB: aUthat ia aaoaMai to pal tha poam iatn tiM &ta,* editor. Are ia ^poviiaal cm* cnght to to Nvat*   

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