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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XIII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1890. NUMBER 8. BUSINESS OlRECTOirr -001 MTIOMAI.OROBdB-IWfleM�M Mm. flwrtcMM�h Hkbkath nnlBf, Mt. I. O. MlllOT. D.D.. pMtor. ORRMAM K. B. CntriUia-ltonleM �nrt aand�     lOJO o'oloeks. m. PrMobing �nr)r ottaar Baadrnf. Bupda* Hehaol ftt 9 ft. in. *mj ItaadkT. rnrn mMuna �nry Thundu In( >t t o'oloel. aKBMAN LUTnr.RAM ORORCR-B�rTfeAi MfT MMMkUi at 10:�> o'clock �. m. Runilar lehoal Immodlktcljr attar mornlog larTloM. U. E. CRUnciI-Rar. J. W. Forarth. rutor. �arvtcaa ararjr Humlay at 11 o'olock a. in. and at fl :K p. at. Claii< inMtlng at 10 u'clnck a. in. �iiiT Habbath. Prayar maattnn titrj Tuoiilay anil Tburadaj ovnnlnga. MAKING MAPLE SIUIP. THE OI'D-TIMK WAT   WITH THAT or TCI-DAV. RADIANT LODOE. No. SM. A. F. * A. M., will iiiiwl in rairilar eommunlcatlon ou thn Krl-day nTflnlnnon or bafora tlia (nil moon, at Mi^ aoDio Hall, Aldan, Iowa. VliUInf kratbran ara oordlally lorltadtoatUnd. H. L. I'lacca W. M.; R. W Cmckat, Haeratarr. ALDRN lilBRARY AND RRADINQ ROOM-In fUytuond Bulldlnc. Opan arnrr day and aTanlnil, Hunday aioaptad. Yearly ubisrip-tlona, }i nanti, Uii. P. E. Furry. I*rotldeut ; Hlaa liOttla Taylor, �acralary. ALDKN LODOK, No. SVl, I. O. O. F.- MMHa a>nry Wodnnatlay uvuiiIiim at lUlay'n tlall. VUllInK brnthran arm cordliaiy Invlltd toal-tanJ.  11. M. Joaoa, H�criilary. AI.T>KN TXinOK. No. lia. A. O. IT. W..'M>aU .at Utlay'a noli. Ilnuular ttiiuTtliii|ii locoud and Inat Touaday ��imln);� of oach month. All vlaltloii mnmbnr* ant rordially lnvlt�tl to at. Und B. i;. ItoKcri, M. W.; J. I'uuilmion, R�. oorder. niiiioo i/)nonK. So. 23i, k. of p.- UKotmxi thi iii nt nach mmith In I'tlny'i Mall. Vlililni; Kiilulitt al-irayi wolroma. M. J. Funuv, C, C. F. K. fDniiT. K. ol II. and H. g|AUK J. ruHiir, Attnrnay and Connaalor at fAw. PrrimDt attontion (fl\ontnr�(IIoi't*oiiH, Oillr^ iror irUii\^ \ Bniwu'a fc>t�)rtS, Aldun. lIunDu Jouuty, Iowa. -p  P. FBISBIE, II. B, PkyaloiAB and Snrtaoo, Aldan Iowa. Offloa oror Koatin^'a Hanlwara 8torD. T J KXCKa BABBEB illtHAIBDMER. Ca. im-htp Urn* rnrnt Orr- rrncraaa In Ita Mannrarliira llaa Kapt Kvan I'aca with tita Tlinna Tlia Hugar. I�K N�aa4>n-Mncal- I'ardaa In lha IVmMla -Tha Old and Vuung Mako .Marr.v, ,N �go ngi) the Vermont fiirnu'i- iiud liJH Ihiv.s, in tlio fnll of tliu vi'iii- when harvoHt wrh i-nilcil, would tiikothe.'rax   H and hii" to houic hard-woodi'd locality    well    htockod withiiiaploMiinii lay out for ii h|iring bu-gar c a in (i a i g n. 11 p a d q 11 11 r t (> r H would boc'ttablish-od near Hotnc mam moth rock; ofttituoH tIiiHwaH.'  (lltout two feot in length, and then dug out,making troughs holding not far from (our or live gallons.   When 2IM) or mW of tho.HO had boon inanufacturiNl, largo iiiaide.i were Holectcd, and liy the �ide of each waHplactHlonoof these froughH. Then a cord or two of woo eanH. About the iniddlo of March the old world moved, kDilSwa find a Hliantv in wimo tlno gtove o( maples Ullcd wUh ;iOO or 400 buuketa, and Hometimos more.   Outside lit an arch for a kettle, not bnilt o( cut �tonp, but of inatorial caaicBt at command.   This i.s not an i.iolatod h|>ot; peopln hero come anil go; the "sugar place" is near-by home: the wife or daughter at uonu time iringH up the dinner, and a good dinner it U; there i.t a small kottlo at command and a "sugar off" is then ia riler, and an hourV s|)ort that king, rinoo, or potenlato might envy, but not covet.   To the assuminK duiightcr of papa, to say nothing of the com-placi^nt   manipulator   of   the  type- 1 oan aall Btramahlp tlckola. and can bnuc your frlonda or send Ihom.   Always rCTUly to i �irs lafoimaUoD.     T. J. BIGK, AlUea, la.    \ J. A. BUTTON, ALDEN, IOWA, Jotary Palilic, Real Estate, Loan -A.fD- srMiTlN(i Ki)l: illi: wiion.-i. Vara loans n�Roila;ad on Iodk or ahort timaat low ratox of Interoat. A laras Hal oI improred and unlmproaed laada for aala. R~icl(sici(Bt^ PERFUMES HMItrfCiBpMniiPUnaitmL �MllieKErtTltoTINVKI rm. iwunin. Niriau, mi tul NOTARY PUBLIC. lol Editi, GmMdn ni mm Axjomax.  ....  iowa. lum and Town Proporty VOB BAu AitD Bun; BANK OF ALDEN, IJ. BOtMALL * Ml, HBrdln Oountv. lows. "livo-|)ail kittle" was unearthed; tlie band'.sled which had been doing >^er vice all winter was ordered up; jior' beans, a  few potatoe-i,  and  .severs loaves of linme-made bread, with a few do/vn of eggs, were gathered together, placed on the  sled,  and  the  ketth turned over them: and two young men with snow-shoes, an ax, two or three pails, the family flint-hick, some ikiw der and shot, and a gotxl  supply of muk"-an article found in decayed khI, which is about as iMiubustiblu as ti.s.siio paperor young oratory -and two blankets, start'e  1 up, un ugly gash wan made in a tine maple,   then  "gouged," and   a spout was driven iu   to carry  the sap to the   trough,   and    when    the   sii shone sutticicntly the tree gave fort its sweetness. Then the manufacturers of sugar saddled their neck-yokes and gathertHi in the sap, oftlinies walking one-half a mile to setnire two pailful which made almut one-half of a |)uund of sugar, such  as  it  was.   An earl breakfast, dinner as near meridian a the eye aud ntomach could judge, an "te*" when work was done, comfortixl the inner man.   For Java and Mot-ha sirup was a substitute, for sirloin �f beef a tine slice of |Hirk or the liest o! Imiu broiled on coals, and an am) ' supply of brown bread aud toasted iiota toes muile U|) a leoaat that would dv j the stomach of niyalty giKvl.    l-'nr diu writer, the idea of a girl trainpiug a mile or two in tliewooils, carrying dinner for men dressed in course woolens, may not bo pleasant, but louhl they SCO that girl with her diuner-)>iiil or willing sugar" with honest, hardy men, thoy would realize that there ia such a thing in life as enjoyiiienl. Oft-times it is found necessary to Iniil sap all night in order to eutcli" up with the How of sap, and during a "big run" this s. \u lUs wttU-toiuetl room Br� stomt lk� Uuvketa Uuiiitg (ho suuiuiMr. iMiU lu tb� utiuiiiw* U is uaitd hurklWhuu, rwMUUwi-nittui. |Htt-k)�, a�Uiut�>wUaU> lu n     �M suo a 1^ b(bi, %�\>)k,   �B  ointnieiit in tho regular array as (.'oloiiol of tho Fortieth lufantrv. He was transferred to the Fifth Infantry in lHr,;i. defeated the Clioyeune, Kiowa and C'lmuuche Indians on the liorders ..f th.- Staked I'lains in 187,'>, and in IHTii subjugated tho hostile Sioux and other Indians in Montaua, driving Sitting I'lull across the Ciijiada frontier. In the fall of tho same year he captured the Ne/. Perces under" Chief .loseph in Northern Montana, and iu 18TS captured a hand of llanuochs near the Yellow-toue Park. Ho was commissioned brigadier general of the I'nited States army in KSSO, coniuiaudeil for rtv,' years tho Uepartmoul of the Columbia, in July. l.HS,"), assigned to the ommand of the Department of the Slissouri, and in April, lH�r>, was transferred to .\ri/.ou�. After a dilliciilt campaign against the .^psches under (ieriinimoand Natchei;. he comi>elled tho-io chief to .surrender Septeiulior 4, bSSii.-tVucajo Leil'jer. WORK OK THE WITS. In IT the stone hallast that niako-s  Iwat rock V Did anvlKMly over buy a ne-Af hat without Reeling that lu f us, I reckon. An exchaiigfl rails love "asperiennf intoxication." Perhaps that is why the course of true love i.i so often arrested. Al.TIlorcii thetuttooeil freak generally spores his face, an offer of a Urga salary will mako him prick up hiii ears. SiiK-D.i yon think marriage is a failure?   He laged -It hegins to. l(k)k that wa;..  I've been rcjcctisl fourteen times. Mu. Km-Flow does that siio" feel? Miss IJnnker Hill -I really cannot say, but if it feels half as uncomfortable as my foot feels, i can sympathize with it. "Mv dear child, what are y,)n crying so forr" "Oh dear! My father has gone and lost me, aud I know my mother will moM him so wlien ho get.-t home I" Siii: - Have you read "bo^iking Sideways?" He-Ves: I see it's another |dugiarism. .She-How is t hat V He- Every word of it i-. in Webst.'r's Unabridged ' "Uui you leave New 'York City because it lost- .so much to live there?" "No," he replied:"! left because it cost s') much to die there--and my health is verv i^wjr." "H'lw p.. yn;i feel, my good man?" imiuired the mission worker of a prisoner ou the stone pile. "I'lirty rocky, ls)ss," was the bjuching reply. And tho worker dropped a tear. Mils. (i.MiAnoiT--Oh, Mrs. .Snai'py! I saw your Imshauil in the park �'�'nh three or f jur ladies around hini. Mrs. Snappy-That's all right; but lei me catch him wilh only one luilv around him-then look out tor a s.iuall. "I TlllN-K I shall Use the typewriter :ill the time now, in my literary work," said the young author, who was j'lsl gaining a slow mastery ove;- the keys. "Why, yes." said his ap|ireciat)ve wife. "I should think that you cotild write just alsiiit as fast as you can !hi:ik." tw..   AI-RoIlAS. A-.irnra. t;nii(l.��* of Uip.ifiw:;. .\l,IM-sr4 In all licr rli-li ii.l.,iuitic, S,Hjn as tho rtiuiU'aim ,;iM *.h.� Uwr; And Sol atiiiuuiices i;nM,.:i iiurn;:; lint mv Aurora, iiiai'lfn fair, Willi evt'fy o:h,'r mail iiireii�,��i. Ill jwl'ir carls c.mios .ioa-ii th" st.iir .M nlni-'. 1'* friltt-rs an,! uioln*At_-s. .\t a cooking lecture : Lady isolilo-luiziugi-"Sow that she has got it cixiked I wish she'd tell us how to uso up cold mutton." Next lady overhears and remarks, "I have some infallible rccijiea." First ladv ialert with pencil and noto-biokl -Will you please favor me?   Seixjud lady-Six Isjys. A i �irNTiiYMAS who came to town recently cn his bicycle carelessly left it in front of the hotel at which he was staying, and found when he returned that it was missing. "Why don't you apply to thn iwlice?" suggested the c erk when the matter was explained to him? "Do you think they stole it?" wa? the inniH-ent resixinso. snpsiii t omnf Graio, Live Stock, -AND- ALDEN, IOWA. iriaaM, ni., Coal, WumM W Tm PETER TKYUNi, Live ttook, GRAIN, Seeds ftCoiHa ALDEN. IOWA. - II ,- �---------   ----.. I -      '        mm WHXIAM KEATITO. Daalar la Heaiy and Shelf IMiv% PKkit ui TiMi IMtoT. Tinware & Woodenwate^ ttaslar:astai>daaart iloakat MIHEATDI&ST07E8& "IX> OM Hass, He Died." A very miod aud true story is re|)ort witli Vrof. Marsh, of New Haveu, I'onn.. in the title role.   While walk iug near his lioiiie not long a^^i he le marked a horse attached to a dilapi dated ash-wagon  dm en hr au aged negro, which animal had ou its h^ a ipieer Uine foruiatiou.    I'he Prufcs.-,o( stiniptHl the team. luidc aVuvsory ex aiuiuation of  (lie  ^>rotul>orauce, and ivuiludcil the inteniew by smiug. iu a half joking way. th^t whon tho horse died  ho uoiiM like that leg for scieli lilU- oxaiuiiiation. aud uouht gito K> fv>t the sauio delivered lo hit house    .\ couple of hours Uter. on his colucu home, he fuiuid a lon^, aHkvtaivl luiu die at Ilia llAUit door oil (Uo vciaiida, ^aiid it MHiuire*! uo c�u>Ud o^Ammitiou to i'uvcal the lt>^ of .1 lioiso. "\oU aee, uil," Iho ow uot ol (ho asU wsiMuu leutaikvsl. with a pcvuUat lvK>k iu ni* oy v, "vie iild Uoa.* Ua dutd ' IVtvuliiM'ttj '*( (tke t'atr >tf\, Harry-  Whuu u wouiau    iuaU vtiiU you, jivtl ant lUkol.) to hiMr *muiv> pUui WuM* (nuu W It. >tlhkv�oW(m   W^ttus �bii u MumfUMtttf Oar irmj Is Weak. NoIxkIv doubts the wisdom of buihl-ing a new navy; the efforts made la this direction have been applauded by statesmen of all jiartics, and the people are very willing to see their money sjient on ships nf war worthy of tho name. We would not counsel for a moment any ahatemeut iu the generosity of our national i�licy in naval affairs, but is it not also nearly time that something should be done for the army V There is a great deal to bedmie, and some of the reforms are instantly neeile*!. The I'nitisl States sohlier is very little better off in point of weapons than his prcdtvessors at the end of tha civil war. He has .i breech-loading ritle of antii|Ue pattern: the artillerj have guns out of date jiidgt>d by European standards, �ud most of the heavy !^uns in our forts ou the seacoast are relics of the last war. While all tho old �.Mum.ie.s' have Iweu advancing lo the present stage i>f lusgaziue rittes, small ImlUls, and smokele wder, tho I i.i-.ed Stales has slotnl sldl. 'Vhe old ttiut-Uu-k of Washinglou'a day u hardly leas ilttisl to he iip(K>st>,l lo the uunleru magazine riilu than the arm �hich the .Imorican luf.kuttvmau xvh ou to day 'I'here s�>em-i to ho i   delightfully chivrfulvie* laWonvil iho army by tbd War liep^rlweiil And the big Oeuer als.    Ibil the r�;�k and tile who mill ha>u tvi staud the hiunl of su tuvostou of a foreign I'ou �itU iui.kId(U arms can not be e.vpo   >ut e>iUi)Ut Cougctu aiuuak  ui>t>dliu�iiou  that  iuaUuviuate acut^ weiw leojujiiAiUiu (lu lh� uiodaht^ . Outf ^il the la^uttte Aitiuutuuta of ih-j day lu lUta oouuesXiuu i* tUat ttlkt v.\iuu tty (ii v." gtiMik auki vcauutv'uiul that ^� t^iuUl fliitd lo MUk^o ttiai fur a yuai or two autt  thuu  cuuit) out   yiuUitaiua. (SMbatNi bul a hvxtt of kkoUju�u�u4t be ��t UaiHktt, 4 d>MHl^ �IM>44 ,     mm wUwth Uu c4uwik'UU *l loth* Mikat. CHiCAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA Sbortest, Quickest aii Oilr Dinet Lin BrrwzBH ALDEN,   IOWA   FJkLLS, NO C'HICIGO, MELWU AND ALL EAOTEBB POINTS. Passengers Can Save PROM I0DB8T0 mm m ma w ins UK BT TAKIXO rmS SHORT ROUTE. coirNEcnoNs at ELDORA nrNCTION with the CUea�* and Northwestern Roilwsjr for Tmu City, Cedar Kapids, (Linton, ChJcaK Milwaukee, Oes Moines. CoudcU Blun 8t. Paul, Minneapolis and all i$olal� 1* Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and the WeiA ELDORA with the Central Iowa Railway for points North and South. IOWA PALLS wilh the B. C. a A N. and Illinois Central Railways, for Water-too, Dubuque, Port Dodge aad Stdttx City. For all ioforatioQ about Freickl ^ Passeoger Rales, app'f ^ but local i^wV ur address the Ueneral Prvlghl aad Pw-eager Ageot at KIdora. Iowa JOMH �aa-l LANDOr PLOWKRSI DOUSSAN'S SvNiSMrih n��ii 4' MM VM' ilSIBMttI   IMMIMTl UMMI     MMMt iMPtmAkmm �MNMIMVCTI 09 YMViUlVI   

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