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Alden Times (Newspaper) - May 9, 1890, Alden, Iowa VOLUME XIII. BUSINESS PlRgCTOWY I-, . OSlMDUfc i—■> bammab wan. «#* . j JP&M&M M. A CRTTHOII (Urrltun • r«py A|ge|g|^te IO SO ..’clerk ft rn Prterhlng *7*77 STYLES IN PARASOLS. WANT RA NONO ll IC IIKHION* ROR TRR CtRKKNT hr a.HON. All RltiOi at Coni bl nation • of Malarial* and Kvary Known Calor I ««kI lo Tina*# • ba Cair Hat Run Cm brail* Thai May 'w» »» ran • Tar-7 I ararr Thuradar • *••■ Alw Ro C*ad far to Catch tho Rya. Bor atees Ais J sr htthkham rnvucu All al IO*) ■ 1 a. a n. I immadlalftl7 altar moraine flarrleaa . CHD HCH Ka*. J w Forsyth. Pulnr •MMT Holiday a* ll ookwi tm ui vftv^ClW WteetIa« at ltoototea in. Rrayar moating • fry Tunalay ay avanine■ •ooncTTEa *^f«a rnta aaa. MANT LO DO I. No RI I it M IS 'Nnty ymm apical lf on Ok. Krl ■JHig tg $K SAS s^LXTs^sr 1 tyNjtnaAnr awd rbaimmo ary rn- la mayweed II ti lid tag Ope* ararr day and ryy- *"“**7 ”“*r‘*0 Y*er'r ftnbiortn sSSrftyJSSy^ pr ^ J AXJ>HN LOOPE. No UM. I. 0.0 W -M~te CTE W ^fP**y a*«oln« at I*Hay. Bail Visiting brat bran ara normally la > iud teat NM. H M. Joaoa. bar rater 7 LODOH No ISI. AOD W.-Raata ui ivi.    Haaalar matting* •* oui *aJ l>at Twats y amu lima at »arh month All IzL* “IT    laritedte    at £jd*»     Ho «• r, •    *     w J Tumiinsoa. Na DIHIOOLOnODN No ai, K of P Roann*. th* Ana and third TuaaJay aaanlaaa of oat Ii ■Month la UU*ys Hall. Visiting Knuhu ai •aya w^rojn. ti ; Ruaar. C C. F K resay, a. of H and It ||arh J. rt-Ritr. AI to may and roanwlor at Law. Pro ??r. t    •<    ’ **n In .-.,il#,-Uoo» Off rn urn I bay A Drowns A tora. A Man, Marlin Jouncy, iowa. p P. mi sn in, m tv ^hywUtoa MMB Soi-ROOM. Aldm Iowa. OSoa oaar Boating « ll sri wort QiitMir F ashion* HK display of paraioh and att ti futnbrellaa at Ilia ji' stab! rihment* thorp aspecialty is made of thorn is * ingestive of tho liars when blazing skins and host will prevail. Nnver ItoforeliAve such arti-dic and noTol deign* in those manufactures linen ovolvod, nor a wore comprehensive assortment Inurn seen. Every |tossihle combination of ma toriala of every known color ia to be found, especial prominence being given to the loo of point desprit, cro|H*lisse. mo’issnlmc de sole, and the daintiest ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY. MAY 9, 189(1. trimmings of Vandyke lace, either M DU if’TIP 4 I Crit’V/T An applique or an insertion on a silk’    I    IVA    lr    tJ VI IL Al IL. NUMBER 7. or satin foundation. Contrasting rol-ors are usually employed, althongh in some . asps the raiest of point and AN intkhkmtino pa pp R on CT STI I.K NTIAX. BOT-FLr. How ll Mftl.ft, Do po (HS Its R,|, ln4 Halt ho. IU Voanf Tho Fins Insllnrt* with ll bb h lh* leiUTA Is Rndnwod Til..Hah lu Nanio Hlfnltto. •• Storaarh » run.i <»r tho Horse,** ti Often Caam* (teata lo That Animal. it i*aor. t. r. resow. Notwithstanding the great often raised when horse T. J. RICK. BAUBEE AND HAIRDRESSER. dgWM /WAftNftMl ai—ma tm 14mm awd Ors ■see Irmpism Cm., mf Krarport. in. I ama mn Staamaaip achete. and can bn na pour friends or md Uo-ic Alway* ready to Hrs info ram uoa. T J EICK. AiUao, la. jTa.button, ALDEN. IOWA, ■•terr Public, Bell atule, Lout —-AHO— UM PUTTI AN CTB AO ENT. Pana lo aaa n*gnua’e<l od lane or abort Alteza* low rata# oI inter**'. A (ara* Bal of improved and unimproved laada tor tate. ■ MMSECKQrS TNH LOWBER rn IWftftrlfthly traftniMd Ut* Iwi Pewter In Hill SM*. It redraft Uw cleft* ft—th ifftSwlt ftn.l mtiw na* Bay aadlry lfye*ftr***tftliw*dy mag ta hnkuui Flee Fovea tate rat the UflMl IMoneftwil every »h*r» The •eetedr^ttve, yet tedwtli lertalbl., pa* tee Mad*. Jw It aaa* add yea >U1 »w llftleayv fin. MMUCIDIft Minna, HW TIII. j of laces and u«>t*. These materials I are puffed, gathered, and made inU> ruffle* and jabots, with «huh to t*OV0P a plain foundation of silk or satiii, and the parasol, so decorated are st vied “Marie* ” The Hr*t illustration allows One made <.f pale gray erejie lisse over satin of tho same color. The Ii*** is I gat herod very full under tho flat knob at the top of tho stick and again at tho edge of tho parasol, from winch |*>int it Isa.’ g. in a soft ruffle about one and on'‘ half inches deep, A large bow arid ends of striped satin rihls.n fin-. Miles the top. and a silken cord and t is-el de«s'pates the handle. The parasol how ti in tile second cut ti of liinek and white jsunt d’esprit I Oter white silk. The net, which ly [ only slughfly gatheod at tho top, U ai ranged in a full puff with a narrow heading on tho lower half of tho parasol and the edge i* Iim-Ins! with a Jeep fall of lace to match. The knoi» and handle are of natural “acacia” wood. Tho prevailing -hapo m this style—in fact. in nearly all tile designs -is the “Pome." which is much more bowed than were those of last season. Another style, a compromise between the ‘ Maries and those whose cover is stretched jierfeetly plain o*er the frame, is shown in tho sketch alwve. I hi* pas ted is of Idsck figured net and •lark red surah. The net w gathered duchesse la«Ts trim gros grain silk or satin of the same creamy tint. Tho fifth model shows a parasol made of electric blue silk, trimmed with white lace in \ andvke (mints, oms! as an applique. The handle is of harulmo, the ribs are finished off with cubical shaped ivory tips, ami on tho inside are covered with silk the color of that outside. This idea is an innovation, which adds much to tho apparance of a parasol. The illustrations given arc but a few of tim many novelties to lie found in the market. Thoro aro “.Manos." which are literally covered with dainty frills of monsselino .lo sore or gauze, and others whore section* cotn|>o*cd of ^ loops of ribbon alternat* with cascade* of filmy lace Surah parasols in plain colors are edged with puffs of vane ! gated silk; brightly colored horizontal and perpendicular stripes tnm covers of a dark hue, and gorgeously tinted brocaded satins are also utilised in I the** manufactures. Hun umbrellas, which on occasion can alv» Im used for ram, have handles which are decorated with verv natural-looking fruit and nuts, such’ as cher- I ne*, lady apples, grapes, walnuts, and hazel nuts. The formation of tilt* handle shows a decided modification in size. small knobs, balls, ami jagged crooks apparently bemg the most in use, and in the materials emnloved the troubled with the liots, if we take the classical name and translate it literally, bf    “the    stomach friend of the Si'>rse,“ a definition that any one who ha* lad horses troubled with Ult* to any great client is loath to recognize as being really explanatory. Beginning with the parent entifle name) animals. They bwve been •censed of perforating the stonsacIi. mw    . P° int “ 7* 1 Mutable among the twat authorities It would naturally apnear more reasonable to attribute I he lesion* here observ *d to post mortem changes, doe to the action of the gaetric juice, jnst as chemfotH often see in the human stomachs sent them for analysis. The most favorable place for these animals is at or near the pyloric orifice or outlet of the stomach.' There arc many good anatomical reasons why th** hue and should be *->, for the stomach bere, jrn-C are I where it empties into the intestines! rritten preference in given to the natural, woods. In some instances two or more kinds of wood are combined to form a lattice work handle; others are beautifully carved, or oftener still made of the decoration. The same moderation is observed in the ferrule or stick, which is neither long uor short, but a compromise betwixt! the two. though it- investigation aud history I- replete with great interest to the naturalist, it is not an enjoyable one to the plowman w ho has Jus head jerked nearly off os the team tries to got rid of this pestilential fly. 2’robahlv in tho entire economy of nature there Is not a specimen of animate creation that is endowed with finer inst meta of life t>reservation and |*en>etuitv of its J iq levi es titan this fly. The male is a I trifle 'larker than the female, ami has a rounder ImhIv. Inuring the br ess ling season they make their nuptial flight iii the morning, making their trysting plaeo near some hedge or large tree. then they make a w'siding flight in acarch of a place of dc|Mi*it for their eggs, remaining on the wing. like all I the rest of this tribe of insects, antil ‘he place is found. Approaching the horse, generally from abuse, they buzz awhile about his ears, seemingly to Attract attention, when the horse. knowing how painful tho punishment! often becomes nearly wild in hi* efforts Jo keep them away. The female soon leaves her mate, and the latter continues to annoy the horse about the head. aonn*time*, but not often, stinging the horse’s ear* to keep his attention from w liat Iim mate is attempting to tlo below. I he female seems to instinctively prefer to lay her eggs upon the long leg hair*, fetlock, and sometime* on the tail of horses, agglutinating them thereto by means of a peculiar viscid secretion with whichshe surrounds her eggs. These eggs are fastened sideways to the hairs, arc of enormous size in pro|sirtiou to their number and the size of the insect, |<ointedlv oval ut one end, flattened at the other.' They contain more or less matured larva- at the time they are ile|»osit«>d. is guarded by a valve, as wall as pack •Ta down mien itself, resembling a tobacco pouch when tied. This makes a sort of trap door, that, with th. •pirns of these intruders, hul lers for a while their further journeying*. When mature, or nearly so. they loosen their hold, pa-* into the into* tine*, sometime* clinging thereto for a few days and tin a1 lr pass out with the exeremcnt into the' world. When at taehed to the zite-tines is when the horse manifests irritation and pain, not when in tho itomoch. Except the symptom* are quite violent, it is l»est to let them have their own war aliout the tim** they shall leave the horse; the eff.s t of bot medicine is very doubtful at boat. minima? COAL, \ ALOCN,    MWR. WlMRl, IIL, C«*L On*. Warranted M fir PETER J KAUHI OI- Livestock, GRAIN, Seeds & Cedi. ALOIN, IOWA wxxxxa; [tester ta NOTARY PUBLIC, IBl Estate, Como al Imraict AGENT. ALDTOf, •    -    -    .    IOWA Item ud Town Property tato .    ^     in th< BOR BAI.! AJTO RJDTB.    andia then divided and drawn over > v    —------ **ch rib in a full puff. Ix»ps aud •I ft    mrwr    mWI    A    w    wvwvwt     flo * ia # Boti* of double facesl black and HA    nj K    Dr    ALDEN,    red nbl»a complete the top; tho inside •    of th* parasol is lined with red silk; the handle is of “wachsel" wood, beautifully carved. Frequently in this design the space between the puffs is covered w ith open work embroidery or lace. For ordinary wear no attle will find greater favor than that made of plaid ed surah or silk. for iii these parasols every combination of colors can l»e found in plaids of every degree of size BIRDSALL A SOH, Hardin Countv, Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLO. -    ------ J —--    ...» wwiftiti'u. These lower unpolished woo*, without I Order of insects maturo very rapidlv anil marry young, and when’ they are Hint lire the Id&st particle of raliv* or any moisture dissolves their casing and lets thorn out of their incubator It takes but a short time for them to reach their maturity, in this transfor-matv.n, after Wing dej>oait«d on the hairs as described W lien the female has deposited her egg* she appear* to sink toto u corna-| ti toe condition by exhaustion, utter-ring a peculiar noise as she finishes, ‘Whereupon the male, oea-ing his busi-I ness above, joius his mute and tliev immediately go courting again, adhering this time near where the eggs are de|K)sitcd. When ready for their next flight, for a single pair was never known to deposit two broods of egi in the same place consecutively out taxing flight, they fly verv noiselessly upward, striking the bors.- repeatedly about the aud mouth, causing a stinging sensation w hich iui|>els the horse to rub the nose, which I* generally done on the knee or shin; the moisture of the mouth and tongue dissolves the egg-oo*ting* of Hie mature Ian..-; the larva, instead of dropping to the ground, adhere to the tongue, are swallowed, and then attach themselves to the stomach's Bl UCI ma membrane by dimui of the numerous books with which the Jiff.-eut segments of.the body are provided, something to the following for ut: Divorced from a Dead Husband. The rare ceremony of divorcing a woman from her dead husband, according to the re |uiremeota of the old Mosaic law, took place recently in IiOiiis-Mile. in the 15'Nai -lakob Synagogue The woman wa* Mrs, J. Levin, whose husband wa- killed by tramps last slimmer. She had no children, and the old law of the orthodox Jews is that in such a case the dead mans eldest j brother is to marry the willow arid I raise up children in the name of the deceased. Mrs. Levin, however, did not desire to marry Moses Levin, her husband's brother,' nor he her. Ae-oonlinglv, she must l*e divorced from her ileau mate. The ceremony can only be informed by two orthodox Jewish rabbis acting in conjunction. As these could not lie found in Louisville thev were imported from Chicago for the occasion. An admission fee of '25 cents was charged, and quite u number of persons w it nested the remarkable cere mony. — Conner Journal. * itll- Mrs. ( lork Why. Aunt Jemima' Aunt Jemima I like your environments, except that upholstered farm ture and large-figured carjw-t* are out of fashion; but they can Ive changed. Fake mr hand baggage while I give tie- hackman orders aliout rnv trunks. Mrs. Clerk Your trunk'! Then . you- Aunt Jemima-—Itesign to make- von i a nice little visit. I hear that Chicago is a great place to get married. You must introduce me to all your rich bachelor and widower friends. Mrs. Clerk -But Uncle John -- Aunt Jemima Has treated me aw ful. I hear, though, that Chicago is a good place for divorce*. Mrs. Clerk—Hut you live in Iowa It will take a year to gain a residence here. Aunt Jemima That s the beauty of the arrangement. I’ll have lots of time to get bids I mean. make a selection. By that tim* the World’s Fair will be along. The minute I heard it hail been located bere I laid out a nice little programme. Ill tell you the details after lunch. VV* owe everything to Columbus, and I’m going to help get up a boom for him. Lend me a dollar to pay the hackman, that's a good girl! Hen* and SMI tent art TUN cater. 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"Aud the meteeiifer will give ber food and water t ‘ " ) es'cu Vnd and (ie will not try to teach her bad ward* while tu his charge "Db. no, no. ms am "Because my husbaml aud I have (.cen very careful of hoi bringing UJ . aud if she would gel to st eakuig bad weirdo we would "Db, h ll veth-d the jterrotwt this iustaut ‘give us ftoiuethii.g new I he dei* tiled to Us>k at the wontsii. tUSM it her look. betis • eat s.t. parttou for euu)ta.a bul sh* ftuu’i theiw lo l^sak at Hor Hi at jump mail ha** rn teamed swv*u (let nut p*tttv'*|4w al the au-> mourn Get which may be dea.«itwsJ aa a aiuoil ted* twgteteirtug wutdtedl. boa be* .« ap piled kl a de* to* for iwdtteU** the speed at * wooed The cup aiiu^d I WB*nM. protected av modi aa t*-»oUd«t, Bt pfoc'wd warder tho keel at the veoowl ambia blite, wad .I* wo trow w maperted . ie • vwrttve. shait .wteoaw* wpwaid to a PmAIII aa the AtekVwheTe L! * d tetvdwtteMo ea.Mwd b* lite “ymn * , h rn *« - HH IV,.* oz stout. M W ll U LVS. a. .wry lite first illustration gives i idea U.»w oue af the larva uudtw the un. roots>i>«» Frofotldy every one that itsftM ho item ha* noticed them mi tho bai I* af the ho rate. fog. luau* w.Kild call them small seeds, the Ivor** d a id Im the head It w iii be (to 4»e«i that all the levi hod Uh*, hooks tvMot to the oopatette aud at the forvw, aud b* «u vlulttgj aid ut ret*turns the ouuu.1 a I tho. tL «tom*, h 4 Ute tat J I he vortaeiite. aa breethuiM poreo, aiv to nu,I or th* po* ret tee eawerir. SU..* tho .alae a* lu the bo vie at (so ti. - mw VB. tuKMftvh .« I *“d at the h.ted but -muId u •hi WU w (th a >vuv pl Ste tide WI it imrvouuded by (bar    _ whmh go to rn ak* ap the maudtfedwa, ar jaow, it the teal ai thon -"1* hill n k. IBs hat. ae a ahMBateh there    tu be little (Ute at phu-eo rn B-.e the skurw •oh'W wtomb.amte ho** tteftwr Oteteuaew* by .Base hrthteruUd ofoeptle then m Dem Pedro ia Exile. I >om Pedro's modo of life at present. as ho informed the w rifer in a recent conversation at Nice, differs Lith, from that which he vim accustomed to in Brazil. His chief pleasure*.terns to be derived from literature. His study, which is on the second floor of the Hotel Beau-le-Jour, commands a full view of the Mediterranean, and is embellished with handsomely bound volumes of many of the famous authors of ancient and modern times. Hie favorite among the Utt.rf is Victor Hugck I he Kmpeior rises every morning at ii o’clock, and, after j.artakmg of his .*»fe su lait, reads the newspajiers, many of w Inch are pubfashed in various languages. At 9 o'clock he im* a gen ame Yankee breakfast, a taste and habit he acquired while visiting the I nit» State*. He ti*en goes eut for a drive, iii lite course at which be via As places ol historical interval Bein. lug bi hts apartment afoul noon, be partakes of a light luncheon, then spend* two hours in his library. At 2 o'clock ha has Ina dinner aery ad (a I reuch style. After dimwit he w.iue times receive.-, istiuiate ttieuds, to w horn ha dc votes an bour ar so. I atef he taken a walk tar a half hour, beta ruing u, his study, he gives him self up to w ruing iisad 7 o cIowAl, wheu .vupjwir rn served AftiMr sup per a* hour w A voted to lite society af the members te hi. Uowaofodd, w ho'tm tertwin hun with emu hi ante gwiuew fiovdttug this, he ret usee to his libi*rv, where to » .wsiiuuao* With his chnaeu *‘t*ko(« auld H ui ta a clock. » hmm he ■ wAAlW* (or the ulghk k lYamp'w llwMder. Wail did you get ah. tkias t* que j ne*! the lug Ramp at Mm bttfo tramp aa tho Utter twjo«*ad him arite uaUu^ at a be*.ae we* street ' Ne. * H Bet t the rwaoou ' * t made a Bf wed*-. * “How f* " hj I tudd the eve* ga I tetyfi* | tested bees UA thorn A*jw and t*ei*se i jMuid -dteegw MI Im b«w*d foe Bad w tea Ued Im the As* tai ivlW (us tha -hi V ifonrete Iris* lh***. ITUS SHORT ROUTE. conrEcnoirs at ELDORA JUNCTION WUK the Chit and Northwestern Railway for Ti Oty. Cedar Hspnis. Cliulon, Chic Milwaekee. lies Moines Council Bb Bt Paul. Mlntmipolia awl all poi ai# ha Dakota. Nebraska, Kan-vs and the WteA ELDORA with the Central Iowa Railway for pointe North aid South IOWA VALL* with axe H , CHAN. aud Illinois Central Hallways, for Water too, Dubuque. Fort Dodge and dMEl City For ail inforatson about Freight Fwssanger Rates, appar to our local i or oddreoa the (Am-sal f>elght •eager Agent at Rl<t>ra. Iowa w. rn. PourrcB, e. r. PERFUMES LARD OP PLO WBR* I DOU SS AN’S Sweet South to a ae Beetle tom testee ■AOM ll CHITS. in UhV MMM w uvSui I WMS* ■ '-hi    i    Wflkft BB rn*"* , m ea, Rte** eaem Bra