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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XI11. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, Al'RlI. II, 1890. NUMBEirs. BUSINESS DIRECTORY OhvkCHU. OONOBEOATIONAL CRCRCn-8�rTlc�> euh fjlf tt �t II o'clock m. HuDdar UoUool >t M m. H�rvlCM Mch SkUbttli uvoulns. Hov. J 'H. Mllltr. U.l).. |>utor. OBnMAIf M. E. cnnnOH-S�r�lcoii Kv^tj ttlO-je o'clock �. m.   rrii�cliliii( uTory RuDdftT Hebiiol nt U   lit. wttrf .tli loBdar. OBRMAN LUTHERAN cnWIlOH-Horrlnst ^ffWrr M>bftth at IQ:3I o'clock a. m. Hun.lar ^'Vihool UDOiMllatcIy altar munitng orilooa. , h M, 0HOBCn-n�T. J. W. Foriyth, I'lutor. fVmtaai tytf Honilay at n ii'olnck a. lu. ami KsWp.m. OUai inoatlna at 10o'clnck a. m. r wbbalb. Fraynr lutatlug crury Tuaiday d%j �T�iilnsa. STORY OF A BUSY LIFE. HON. JUHN WANAMAKI-.II, TKU GRN�:it,\I.. I-OHTMAH- lOCIETIES. ALDBN1 ADIANT LODOK. No. m, A. F. A A. M., Mat In Hfular nomiuanlcatlna on Ibu Frl-vaalllf on or bafora t ha fnll inoun, at Ma-Rall, Aldan, Iowa. Vliltlnn brathran ara JIallr IUTtta4 to atund. 8. L. l-larce W. M.; w. Croakat, Baciatary, '�N UBRAKY AND BRADrNO ROOH-lond Building. Opon orarr day and Hunday aicaiitad.   Yaarly auliifcrlt)' omta. ma. F. E. Furry, rrualdcat; XMi* Taylor, BMratary. DSN IXIDOE, No. M. I. O. O. v.-IfaaU Wadaaaday aTanlnii at   Utiay'a llall. bfathran ara oonlially Invited to at' L U. Jonaa. Hacratary. TXIDOE. No  ICl. A. O. V. W.-Moata 'tlay'v Hall.  Heaular mo�itlfii{a aocoiid and Tnaaday aTonlofta of naoU mnntb.  All tintmambara ara cordially Invltad to aU I.^B. U. Ua�ari. H. W.; J. Tooiltoauu, llv- > UnopB^NaJMI. r i( P.-MmUm lliiw lla Wnn Ilia Way In Mm Wiirlil-llla INiblUi lillil IliMllH l.lfn rpiaoliiil t:linr-�r(arl�llr<� lllMl llitHlii� IuI1hhIi- 1II,i WMa � WiilllHli iir Ttti't. OlJOin" likcH   II   K'x'il Ntory or joko Iji'ltcr tliitii .liiliii Wiiiiaiiinki'i', anil iioiii! ciiu   Uugli   with morn lionrtini'MH, writos n   Wiisliiim'liiii   ((irrns-|ioli(li'iit.   Till' sliiiy of Iii.-i ciuly life  M lirii'f, mill very lumli liki' tin' livi'H iif dllicr lin'ii will) � tliioiigli till- fiirct' of ill-tlii'ir own   iiliilily.   Tlio loni llMl 4nrin.l of tlio ritif to forluu iluHliy uiul to n now nnd �lmo.st pric(>l(>H� not, limiiliiig liiiii tho bovprago with Iktowii hniid. Of t'ourKO tlui (Irst thing thti viM-itor iliil wn.s to )>rfak tho cup, at which iiiiHhnii ho was riipiilly dying of fright wliKM Mrs. Wniianiiiker turned to him and .Hiiid: "ThoMi! (Mi])H lire HO fragild that tlii'V are nliiioHt u.hoIchk," and tln'ii turning. M) iiH to lie .icon liy all, H.iid : ".Sou Ijow easily Ihcy break.' ami whiln N|ieaking criislied tliii cup in her own hand into a dozen pieces. ^ lint to return to the I'ostinast>ir flcii-eriil llinisilf. There is aiKiiit Ills ollico none of the cTclusiveiieHs tliiit so often mark" thi^ Ciibiiiet olllcer. liotweeii Mr. Wauamakor's desk and the corri-diir of the ilepnrtniont tliere is but one lAU J. nrBxr. MwVWk ����' Bton. aUm. BarOa BMBirrTowk,  _ p r. VBISBIB, H. D. 4ldan towk, OBca orat Koatlnii'a aanlwara T. J. RICK, BABBm-AND HAIRDRESSER. wmmm Immumum C... of JWirt. III. launll Stemmahlp tlckota. and can brtn* 'your rrtcnda or atnd Ihpui. Alwnyi reaily to �iTa informuUoa.     T. J. IIICK. AlJon. I*.    | present PoHtinaster (loneral was bi in Chanihersburg, I'a.. in IH;tS. \VI I Imy he worked in the littlo brickyard ,')nucxl l)y liis father, and left that to enter nbook store nt $l.'J."i a week. His next move was to I'hiladulpliia, mid ho got tlioro aided only by the itiirdy legs that trudged over every foul of the way between t hainbersburg iind tho city of white marble stejis. In l'hilndel)diin he married, ami was maes at il. breakfa.sts at reads the morning jtapers, and is at his desk at o'clock, an hour before tho de]i:irtnient is open for business or the chirks have arrived. I.uid Over One Train. "I'm down room No. ''2 to be called in time for the I ::io tr:iin in this morning." he said, as he leaned graiefully over toward the niK'tt clerk of a Missis.ippi li..li-l. 'uir of life and deal !i'.-'" mii-ried tlio clerk. NOTARY PUBLIC, teal Estate, CoOectioii aoi tancs �JkX^DSat,    ....    lOTTA. Farm and Town Property V08 UAVM AHO UMT. iBANK OF ALDEN, /     BESJ. BIHDBALL * 80H. Aldan, Hardin Countv, Iowa. m;:.-.. \v.\NA5l.\Kr.ii i'i:i .-i! Iiiiibuiil social event-, liia: liu\.'e\tr -h >".e in .\ i!ieric:tii Mici,-t\'. The liou^t* w;i,)art of the .Id l-'n lni;;liny.-.i n c^-t;i'e. The i'.i;i-rior h::- been i i-niodcleil t-i a Vet V ;;ti':>t �\ti-!it. and cost a g'si.l iM'iif- th'.a-aiiiK .'.lollurs. The par-|i>' i- clia: tiiinr'y fe.viii^hed. thepie-v;iil::;f; ti'tie iti'iii'.' I ii;Iter dark. Mtch-i: , i-ni-MMvi'in.. and bricalirac till i"l.|ii-'ol;. atid ;.p:'ce,, hut the most bc;iutii';il ]iictnre; i\:r where they .�-Ijo'.ihl be   in the a,t g cilery. Her lioine a..d charily are .Mr>. \Vaiiauiaki".'s rliiet' i'hii-,uitM in liie. .Mth'iuuh jndicio.i. ihningh the force of the very in.tiic't which lUnmpts her gilt--, --ln' anttuiill;. givi-s a�av a great deal (�r motley diris-tly or indirectly to the poor of I'liihidelphia. The chief cliaracteristic of the woman is tad, a trait which, everythilif,' loitsidered, she innie-.ses in a n:o.-�t reinarkidde degree. A i.tory i.s told of Mrs, AVauamaker which clearly illuslrales this attribute. Mr. Wannmuker met one day a man ^^ilom he had known in years gone by and Ui whom he desired to show some courtesy, so he iuvited him to call on Mrs. Waiioniaker. Now. this old friend was primitive in hit, ways and rather "Whv. no; but 1 wanltoget tu Jack-.'.on bi'f.Mi' niM):i." "Hadn't ;.ou b.-tter wait for the ti iiitt " What is it to you ".NotliiiiK but   till'  eM-iti'mi'Ml   aid nitt^.-', and   I  .shall  pi.ibaldv  Itavo  to te-'tifv at the (.'otonei'- inijuest." "I ' I ihe.'t exactly .'at. h o.i." "Come u;. st.iirs. pli'ttse." W he:, they hti.l    c'ld.d !'� lite lir-t hli-eping ili.,ir the clerk coutinin-d: "'1 his i-> room No. 'J-^, ii.-. ymi .-.ee. Tlteie ure li\e bull, t Ifh s i:i lite do  -csili us tlie nig^;ei ei�i.;i.^ up aii.l knocks anil haw I.s out. I'i'l. M,:iw. whip has No. re.tehes for his .'.hotgiit;. I )M'r in No. 'J'.i .ludge ll;ivetis slips out �ith his revoher. ^htjor Hrook'*. whn is in No. .'i.t. al'.vays ciimes in a gocd third with a I)i'rrinK''r, and tie- rest of the fello'As alottj; the It^ill are tdwtiys more or less well heihd We don't care so much all mt tlie ni^^^er. as niggers are mighty chea)i tin'imd here, but there must biMin itti|Ui'st on thic body of the while man. and "iJid 1 say call nie for tho 1 ;:ill train':'" iiueried the traveler. "I believe so." "Then it was a mistake. I'm in no hurry. In fact. I like Mississippi in general and this town in iiarticnlar; and even if I get away at I shidi be Borry to go. .lusl rub out the niemo-randft. and if I don't get uj) in time for breakfast you needn't mind Hendiiig a nigger up to jiotind on tho ilovir."--AVic I'oi'/. Sun. Whiit or you'uns er giviu'me? hain't done gwinedone lived er lifetimo 't    Smoky   I''ork  'thoiit  knowhdgin' wharfor' 'n' whtitfor a  man   mi'ans, when he kems roun' fer a favior'.'' Where is Smoky Fork, madamV I asked. ' 'Set you'uns U|) fer a lawyer man, n' oen dunno wli:ir Smoky I'oik be-in's. Iteckon y' hain't eer heeiil o' {'atiey Crick." No: ma'am.   Where is it'?' In  Tenuy-'oe   fust bpucli o' tho Cum'er'lan's.' Ah!   Well,   Mr.   (l.dightlv prosed.' "'You'ttns kin betclic�     tlict': 'nuf ter git me ' " 'What did he say?' " 'lle'viiis'i'' " 'Vos.' ' '(I'li-htly'.-' " '()f course.' " 'Willi. a.( r wus aslirrin' soap out'ii the back yard. I.is' .\p'l, jis'e/. tho laylae wiis alutstin' inter bloom, 'u' s ':'' " 'Yes.' sez I ter him. He/, I. " 'Jr liolp yoii'ns'/' sez ','. " 'yon'ns may.' sez 1. " 'He twisteil 'n" turned the stirrer back er whih , 'n' said, sez " "I'd like ter twist 'ii' turn yer soap fer you'ns the balance o' mor life,' Hoz 'e. " 'Much oblei'ged.'sez l.'n'I went off ter CookNilhi thet a'teriioo:!. 'ii' l�>nglit me liter weddiii' toggery, 'n' w us ready in ten days.' " 'Didn't he return to cl;ii;;i ymi for his bride'.-' " 'Naw,   '["hot wur thi-' las' I seed him.' �� 'W:is !i,atall tln> pro|v,s.il he made you ':' " 'Va-Us; wtisn't thet ernnff. w itli thi laylacs er biisUu i:iter bloom, 'n" lit bird- a -ingin", a:i' me er hckin' fer er hit bun", an' a siirrin' :,o:ip "'HaitUv,' '.-.�.t critte: :   i:f I .'vi (Cttside   t!ti-   'ere cot ou'nns. pint-lihiiik now u iir.s pow'ft',1 punier 'u TIE AKKOitA Elt'KEK. Hpa-rlinan   Rrlcka  of  MTawiarn KiMtvrlal Enlm-prlaa. Wo extract tho following from tho last i�nne o t under a wagon for the tlrnt three nights, and the tirst money wu had wan a borrowed dollar. In it any wonder that our moon-eyed, lanteni-jawed, mule-earedi-ontemi)orBry down the ntrcet guawK nlile all day and has the colic all niifht." .Vi.w.vvs Aiir.M). -- Next Monday morning an artist and engraver from C'hieago will arrive in town to accept of a jKJsition tenilerod by the Kicker. We are tho Urst to introduce a real artist into Arizona, as we lead the way in all other gooil things. Hereafter all itiatterH of local im|>ortauce, but more especially street rows attended with loss of life, will be illnatrated in tho highest stylo of tho art, thereby in-creiksing the value of the Kirker to subscribers by at least I0i> per cent, while the ])rice of subscription will remain at the old ligures." "TiiK Cl.M.i.KU ,I.M>K. -It has io happened, every time we have been obliged to kill a man in this town in aelf-de-fense! that tho coroner and everybody else wiLs in a great hurry, and that the body w:ls buriisl in the mo.%t convenient place. Lost week we were struck with the uleaof getting them all together in one common s|iot, and we bought an acre of sand lot of Col. Hawkins for a ground-work. Our green-eyi-tl contemporary got a hint of what was UJ). and he went blowing around town and did his best to head us off; he failed, however, and during tlie thaw we hail the live lx)dies taken up, removed to wliat Is already known ai 'the /illcorral,' and each grave designated with a white lieadl)oard with the name jiainted neatly thereon. In the spring, we shall see that c:ich grave is covered with trailing arbulus lliat is--if ;irbuuis will trail in this country. The names ivs they appear o;i tlie head-boards, are; 'Mose, I'eti'. .liin, Sam and .hick.' We shall prob-iildv aihl a tsmjile more U) the list be-f"re ihe ide.s "i iMay. whatevt-r that i-." IHiGOO -DIUUJUIB ni- Grain, Live M -AXIV-- ALDEM, IOWA. Winona^ IIL, CmI, W�mat�dS5 -DEAXiBB nr- Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Coal. ALDCN, tOWJL WTT.TaTAM KILATDTG. DMiar la tteavy anil Stielf Hardware, Poekit ul mt muh Tinware & Woodenware, tha UiSMt and UnaM itoak ol M&HEiTIN&STOrES & HAIGES in Uw market. WILLIAM KKATi:�0, AJdaa, Ion GHIGA6Q, IOWA AND DAKOTA dCNANGE BOUGHT and SOLD. CtllMtloiin made m Speclaltj. Monrj �Lmb ob Seal EsUle. ROBERT HOLMES, -DEALBB IN- Lumber, Brick, Cement and Lime. " 'V..' wall-meet ynU'ltl. ll and il iwii our ,spi:)al co!;in.:i, ^ "Two weeks ago we felt it o:ir duly t.j : caution the Miyor of thi.s town that  he , "as rilling a high liors.'.   and limt   ho iitUst coitu- down to 11 :;;-.ile or we'd take � nie;isure-i to make Itini.    He carried an old sliot-r.nn arotiiid for tw'i  or  three days, telling everyboily he Inid campe I oil our trail, but it liiially g'lt loo hmvy for hint ;\iid ho sold it for  i-i, and   got j out  tho u.sital   prospectus.    We   hear ' that he has thus far succei'ded   in rais- ' nig i4 :iiub:i ilog towards establishing a:;reat iiewspaiier here.   By way of eii- ; coiiragemeiit we'll  add a  secjnd dog. 1 and wo hope the Mayor will  push   his ; project for all its worth."" '�N.iT (irii.TV.-- As predietisl in   nur la.st issue. Col. McCl'.itl wa.>  not held for the shooting of Dan Touipkiiis.    .\s i we were im eye witness   to  tho  whole ' alVair, we felt it our duty to go before [ the coroner's jury with our  testimony. ' Our  blirik-eyisl    is>ntem|>orary down the street says we lUd   this hoping' to increase the circulotion of the Jv o .Ver. and he Is partly correct.    Wo never iK .slip an opiKirtunity to incrca.se our subscription list, and  ant  happy to  an-iiounco  that  three  niemljors   ot  the coronor'a jury subscribed and paid  for a year in advance, while the undertaker wlio furnkshed the box ho-s givt)U  ua a -ix i    !i ail to run c. o. d. t. f. "The Colonel wa-s taking a drink at the bar of the (iray Wolf Saloon when T -nipkins hit him'on the chin with an onion. It was a brutal and uncalled for thing, and Tompkina pulleil his gun to back it up. The Colonel jumped hehinil a barrel, imlled his gun and botll tired together. While he only lost a lock of hair, T'lmpkins got it plumb center and fell dead. Tliis should be a solemn waniinK to all hi "("TI N Willi the (;hi('.�gr ari'l N'lrlhwi'stern Ksil^iay tor Timj I ::y. t'e.jar H;ipi'is. Clut'ifi. CIi;i :i^ ), Mifwaukce. Ill's .Moines, lounril IJi'jJs. ."^1. I'aii!. Minueaiiolis aaJ all poKi'.j iv !J:ikola. Nclicuska. K:itisjs an
                            

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