Alden Times, May 16, 1890

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Alden Times (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Alden, Iowa VOLUME XIII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, MAY IO, 1891). BUSINESS DIRECTORY MAKINO M NUMBER 8. Am: sirup. CHUM CHIB. «fc2!!!2*^0,tr,n*iLL •'HORCH ft*r«r«'#aah •abba* U Ii o clock *. *. Ban.Ur hob*>l a* ii M.n.Trr    **•*j .MAI rDtTHCH Rereteaa ***ry bus    ss Hnn<t*r Prtitr him.1 , ...    ».    Rnn-H*    Hr    bool    ut    J*    m    «v*rr fag l f O    "*rT    Thur*J‘> •”«> Ltrmr.BAM cr orch ase*#** •v-ry Na*).*** al IO-*} o'ol-w* * rn Hun lay Be (moi I tnm.«t lately altar inurn trig t*r*i< *a M It CHURCH r.„ j w    th paator. "*«T 8-Jn.lar at ll a'oFxk a. m ami J?*..* »**•—**«"< *t M • Ho*-* a. m "liL1******    * raves maatlnti mn TuacUv ani I bul alar IO' lung,    • r»u»a.a»  .    EOCfETIEE. _ RA DU RT LO DOR. No SMA, ABRAM, 7? 1    1 ,n r"»,*lar romniiinirat ion ow lh* En- SLTrii2fr**v?°*f"u fn'w*- *• “*• •ooio Hall, Aldan Iowa. VI a til ne l,r*thr#„ ara gWRIXljr taetfd to aHanC M L Clare# W M , n VV t r«ckat. rWratarv »«A a2*lV    AND    RE    ADI NO ROOM- aUhir^SL?*^! (>l**n •***’* 'tar and •I'^r'ad Taariy anhaorlp-UoBa V i anta. Alia. ► ic Furry. Pr.Mj.nl Mina I Ait! la Taylor Herrotary ALDEN U»DOE, No SR, I one M~-ta a ran I na at I Hay a Hall via mat liras bran ar# ronllally lorn*.I u> al too I. Ii W, JontHi, Hc-r f..tMrv AI.DRN LoDOK No IM. A O I* W Mania ma.-tln«a •» ou I ani *!aif *    ■ *r^nTw<|a at .-a n month. ah atli ti ae nnsbari an- .-ani I al Iv in*o*.l to at taod^R. t Itoeara, M W . J. fwd bason. Ra DIRKX) LOtM)DE No OLK at r Maatinea tho flrat ao<l Uilr-I fuaalay avantnira of *a> h mnth in IU*) a Hall Vlaltlna Knight* alway* walcoraa ti J. I t am. c. C. r c Vuans. K ol It an i H. JU A HK J. VI HHY, All..mar awd Cannular al law. Pntmtii attention irli on en.-.,Ho t on# Omro troy I USU Hr.an a Moro. a bleu. Marl.ii bounty. Iowa. V p phisbik, m d. ^fcyrleiaa aoli Snrgaoa, Iowa O IR via nor Katnga fUrlt A Idaa ■tora. T. J. RICK. BARBES AND HAIRDRESSER. 4#m« /W faHwMi SOaautly llw.al Orr-waan lawiraan O*., of >W|»r«, IU. I oan tall steamship tickets ami eon brine Four M-od* or a. od Hour, Alway* rrmty ta give information. T J. HICK. Alban. la. mr oi.i> - ti Mr wa? t ontiiantrd WITH THAT or TO DAY. Tragr... |n ii, Mannfarl.ira Ka* Rapt ►iran Cara with th* Tima, th, HU,.r liiK Nwa.on Mugs, Carli#• |„ tho W'.«»u Th* OM and Toone Wak« Marry. |X AKC ag-. th#) Vor-tiiotil farmer itud nil In va, in tho fall of tin* veer when liaimat w aa ended, aoli I ii take the?r ax ca ami hic to molt hard wooded locali lf well ntorktil w it hmaplc* and la) out for a -prill# an Ear campaign ll e it d q ii a r t <* r a would In* e-da I dished near aoBte mammoth rock; ofttimes this wan mi located that it faroinhrl shelter in ti me of Atom ami gave a ln-,1 for the night. A plan of 0|N*rntionA nu th«*ti decided upon, I nun# tree* it I aint one and onc-hnlf f»*et in diameter were cut down,cut tip Rinat two feet in length, and then dn# oat, ma kin# trough*? boldin# not far from four or the gallons. When ‘JDO or .’UM) of the**e had been mauufa? tur?*<l. lar#e Bi a plea were "elected, and by the aide of each wan pin. **il one of theae troil#ha. Then a lord or two of notal waa gathered and piled up againat a nick, two In# io#« called haek |o#a wetwplaeed in jaiaition to aup|airt the kettle, and annie large tree near by wa, oat down and that dti# out into one iinuicnne trou#h for Htora#e. Tina work wottl_ nae up the 1n*hI part of a week, one of th** number #om# home at night to liaik after the Mock and to brin# hack in the morning the blown bread, j>ork aud lieana. Alout the middle of March the ol world moved, and}** find a shanty in aomo fine grove of maples filled with .MNI or 4(10 buckets, and aometimna more. Outaida is an arch for a kettle. not bnilt of cut atone, but of material earnest at command. This is not an isolated Ajiot; people hero come and go; the “sugar place” ia near by home Hie wife or daughter at main time bring* up the dinner, and a mod din aer it is; there in a small kettle at command and a "sugar off" ia then in order, and an houris aport that king prince, or potentate might envy, hut not covet. To the Mumming daugitic. of papa, to say nothing of th.* mm pi sen t mal ipnlator of tin- tvj»e M VKINw "ll* TK< >1 .. H - J. A. BUTTON. ALDER, IOWA, notary Pn&iic, Beal Estate, Loai —ARD- WtHURANCK ADENT, Farm loan* n#KOila a.l on long or ahori tlm&at low rams of lntar**t. A large Ital ol improyad and unimproved lands tor tale. ■TA RTI NO roil IHF WOOD ISP PERFUMES ■ ■■M a CwpMn ii liuun    smi jra* Um ruM}. siqBi.u# Odon sag Uaktaff qaalltr W.    IWa—a    Ka#. #>•.» <*~m -rlalnM .nu WaMaM aer aal. »»w» #hrr> Tbay saw wrafcrrM «#»l tor I balr nriww. #l»ga*<w arn} ..ava rr:rir.rrnaf^ -7mr    — neisseuri tooti powder 4* rarartaMy yraaaaaaai ta# flaa.1 fawdar la ><ia I** ll guarani#*# riaaa l#»tk >w#a< bra* lh an.! r«uy BMR    *»< lr* if yow ar. aal #lr*a4y oataglb ■PClUCKirS FACE POWDER la4ora*awa» #T,r» «b#n> Th. I ia«i.ii>i« uwwtiai aa*4a | la* I* uwua *a4 >*w will aa* ii al wky L na. iiuuiik, mriau, ira no. NOTARY PUBLIC, IN Emu, CtMn im bnrua AGENT. ALDPf, www. IOWA. Vkrm and Town Propertj FOB RA LR Aim UNT. BANK OF ALDEN, ■nj. snuMALL a sos. Aldan, HRrdln Oourdv, Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLO. ('•Uadiow made a Npeeialtjf Muaej e IRM es Meal y-y^t-y ROBERT NOUKS. “five jM*il kiltie" wo uncart heil; the hand sled which hail been doing "er-vice all winter was ordered up; jiork Ih-aiia, a few |»ot»t<>e«. and aeversi loaves of home made bread, with a few dozen of eggs. were gathered together, placed OB till* Bled, and the kettle turned over them; and two young men, with snow -shoes, an ax. two or three pails, the family Hint lock. some lewder and shot, ami a good supply of punk an article found in (Cecared wood, w hieh is alxmt aa combustible as ti-*sue pa|*eror young oratory and two blank eta, started out for nearly two ! months of “sugaring " I'pon reaching tin* rock the llr»t thing in order was a tire. blit there were no matches then. so the old musket was brought into sen ice One man held the "punk" J Bear the flint hammer and caught a spark I bis he named, and soon had shavings from a shingle ablaze, and later a lug fire, which was never a1 lowed to go out Iinvil of no further use At once the obi troughs were look** Up. ail ugly gash was made in a tine maple, then “gouged," ami a s(Hiut was driven in to carry the sap ti the trough, and when the sun shone sufficient Iv the tree gave forth its sweetness. Then the manufacturers of sugar smld lid their neck-yokes aud gathered in the sap, ofttimes walking one half a mile to secure two pailfuls, which made aland one-half of a pound of sugar, such as it was. An early breakfast, dinner a" near meridian as tht e\** aud stomach could judge, aud ‘ tea when work was done, comforted the inner man. For .lam and Mocha Sirup was a substitute, for sirloin of ls*ef a fine slice of |»ork or the l>cst of ham broiled on coals, aud an ample supply of brown bread and roasted i<ota toes made up a leoast that would do tht* atom** Ii of rm Alt v goo*! w riter, the idea of a girl tramping a mile or two in the “woods, carrying dinner for men dressed in mum*- woolen*, may not lie pleasant, lint could they see that girl with her dinner pail or "wining sugar" with holiest, hardv mon, they would realize that there ia such a thing in lib* as enjoyment. Ofttimes it is found necessary to lioil tap all night in order to catch up with the How of sap, ami during a “big run" this sometimes lasts for a week. Then nearly the entire family moves to the bush. the head of the house gets a little sleep while the wifi* or some of tho children keep the kettle full and the., fire a-humping. A “humfling lire is what the "tigar-maker always enjoys. Ofttimes these sugar orchards are near each other, and (anniv visits an* in order, anil some loie-making is indulged in. I.ads and lasses jdav high-low jack." and watch the tire, kettle, and each other. In the old da vs a very respectable quality of sugar was rn aile, but only a j little more than was Decennary for home i use. although Iini pounds or no some-1 times was exchanged for store pay. ! I he farmer w ho then controlled a sugar irehanl of .'MnI or 4in» trees wan rec-•glazed as one of the biggest men in town, At the present time the farmer not content with less than I.inni Ives, and lie holds them aa precious j s the owner of an orange orchard does his fruit tree*. Kvery young maple is a ref id Iv looked after.* lf there is a scrub oak, beech, birch near bv to im- i till pan. kettles having long ainee !»-. n discarded, I Ii** evaf*orator t< of mal lenhle iron partitioned off The -.an entering at the head ti the arch, tm ' anders across the pan t dozen times or so, and on reaching the foot » h**A» ch ai and pure sirup is produced This is carefully aet aside until “sugaring, off" day comes, wdien it is cook*.I still mon* andia really for til**tabor caking Als*nt twice each week th* a sugar bush has a -ng,iring First all the ol I folks for tm! com. in on ox-aled- and on f gnod old-fashioned tim* is No one seems to r> growing old. La generation are o; girls, hopeful your boy * gather at tin* are in for a good may Im* a tug of-w ir in « hieh the girls and ,i \ erruont gir hall with hitting more precision fir: tor « hora alp* ha* win n «he tries to “ garden patch. When th* the manufacture of paddle To i it stigar with i |»onn would Im* regarded i vi the rule* of etiuaet!e    Hi man take* hi* "b.**t p;r!" wle. ting a sofa ’i*uatlv or it lighter furniture is r buckets are invert.si ti and israimenee work on their paddle--The {raddles lM*mg made, down to tin* sn#.ir house they go. secure ;» {lint or WORK OF THE WITS. In it the atone ballast that make*. . l»oat rock ? HID anvbsiy ever bur a new hat without feeling that he bul fooled himself* A Brioi • Kl* debating I ct tv re-it proper *»!:ze (!, »' the ire • r on i I: u .1 , - I i.... g men. ti 4 I rl!uc}!u iin l 111 ie .a t -in III'if* I It **v l ,r.t ar. with * i lni * -'lowliall-. ) '• *'i fbi aettv# part, •w t snow effe?t. .She ti ARS tig at :> young man rut a.Fc i ration than "h ») a ii lea" off the cently had for a aubjeet to sound the r 1:1 dor# '" **HAVR Toil seen Mia* X beard ?    Vt i*II.    aw tr- A eighths of lier. I think." Brasils- I lielieve Mia* would jumpata pi. j#*s*l fro Jessie -Ho would all of us. I An exchange alls love “i intoxication." Perhaps that is why th* course of true love n so often arrested. AlTBoi'>.it (be tattooeil freak general! r spares his facie, m offer of a Urge will make him prick tip hi* SHPSORIC0D8AF nRAI.RHS TF - - Grain, Lira SM, i i 'Bi le-•out seven- W u thing n a mou se, reckon. «|N* 'ie* of -awd- OOAIj, ALDEN, -    -    IOWA. *alarx ears I) I - IU . lie* Afton the ; ie "I.Ii larg. i over -rd er n mmIs >f all outig . and * >K* od * Link marriage ut % isr• • 11 J)|) ft begin* to I ve been rejected four* d t it down more of the sirup, and start f * Mink. upon which they |kxi! it. * 'race hardens and furnishes a repast that eau rot I xeelhd a quarter of a mile al*nil the hon"i* )on will tie ,* pa: * mud . iring maple syginn it* t ri stat#    • snow Thi* sugar i'or -ttgai * »oi ng nitivi •I? i my feta e von read “lenki: g Side-\ es; I si*,* it - another Hill* How Is that'! He -of it i - in Webster’s Ln- beneral Nelson tppMon Niles. -Th.- promotion of Brigadier (Jenera! Nelson A. Miles to ti-.* rank of Major (Jetn ral is a matter of greater interest to ( im ago than to the re«t of til.* country, as the impression is general that he will succeed the late Major General Crook as commander of the I>in ion of th** Missouri with head quarters in tim city. Hut it is note-wartbi chiefly is tim promotion to the nightM rank in the army of an officer who was never at West I'flint. ti’ .elal Miles UA- is)rn m Westminster. Mass.. August H, \h > He re ceiled an academie education, and vo ciigaged in mercantile pursuits in I Sos ton when the civil war Imgau On September !>. 1861, he untired the volunteer service as Lieutenant in the ; wenty second Massachusetts Infantry,and was commissioned Lieut et:- For din- d RA i nu m THK OLD-TIUR RlGXH-aot st Lumber, Brick, 'ement arui Lune. '    '    MIM tag tuna na. mn i h*w koiifld aru„ bloke. IU.* UU) .“>b)u * aud "al lea* im*#t *u* *hmw thai aaa Ult WM .elan At th,, „i "***'    pwvkf    took    auiuul    a1 Kswk tho. ,Ut unit V t,»,| alt Kdu KHI pimmA* *r •!•«•« aa Ida. k «• k.»hK»t,4% AU** Ntuiail with mm,*, j*4u «•«« . *«4 ‘WM dp. tKHly Rf * ho Woo OI dei (UK **U|muuia4 ak,. . woiwiad ba* ornt th* iMKIfik This a aa pit,a \m AWO! «A|d«    mtmmtkium Uh* ' ' rum* *#W RWW HO a«a *rowttl 11 »* cu* into ti rf* A CHHI SI an vt an orchard to day is so eleansi of fwfl**ii timber* and underbrush tint in the Mummer months one can drive over nearly every |>ortion of it with a horse and boggy. The small streams are bridged aud good road* are found ou ail aide*, lf there be a cheerful Mad OU earth during the Rummer months it’s the farmer's sugar place. Here are the ducat songster* in the •'i,urr®1 «» Hie prince of the held. Many farmer* will not allow a guu lo l>e taken into a *ugai-bu*h and ofttimes m the apriug thev place ' ta easy reach of the squirrels near the •ugai house a few ears of corn, becauin* they enjoy the ix>m|>any of the In civ creature*, which often ate quite douieati.- I)* day the maple sugar bush i* u, every way truly homelike Near the center of hfty or morn acres of tvarvl aomt i im (mr laud nu ut I? maple aba t*eech aud birch you Aud a .oatin,wit mis sugei-house, one room of which ta ftud it re.pureil much leiger than the aulae hon#* of ae «t*u l» a out* ago. Iu this well tx*.rn ale iii'<ml the bucket* duiiug the summer, aud iu the aprlugtiutw Ti u# used Ai* kitchen rtswuhuu mom, pet ku .*» donne hail lu It you will mw a Hue bink Ri)h. an evepwiehu aud ample storage ,vo«. U>i the ur while .•Ut ode la a I hi (tty MU* pf vNMMt i.-ked Jo a gaUtmiug »i«d ou a Umh la a tub holding Dom Weuly «»v rn to.ty imiia I .k« tho fwdh the a.' U wk,, lh ms ju, d»* rn arx int Colonel of the Sixty Jir.it NVw pork \"luntecrs, to date from Mar .'51. l*i'»2 He wha engaged in the battles of th I’eninaulo, liefor** Richmond, and An tie tam. and on September .‘SO wa made Colonel of his regiment. Col Miles fought in all th,* battles of th Army of the Potomac, with one ex tam, uj) to the surrender of Lee at Appomattox Court House, Va., and was wounded three times He wa rapidly promote! for gallant nervier in the field. He was commissioned a major general in I‘s-i.". and in ]h,U', was mustered out of the volunteer service ami received ait apjsiintment in the regular army as Colonel of the For tieth Infantry, He w as transferred to tin* Fifth Infantry in 1h,;i, defeated the Cheyenne, Kiowa ami Comanche Induna on the ladders if the .Staked Plain* in 1875, and in lN?ii subjugated the hostile Sioux and other Indian* in Montana, driving Sitting Hull across the I iqiadu frontier. In the fall of the same year lie captured th.* Nez Penes under Chief Joseph in Northern Mon tana, and in IST.*? capture.! a band of Kaunoch* near the Yellowstone Park He Was commissioned brigadier gen •‘rnI of the I nit,si States army in ISSC), commanded for five years’ the Department of the Colombia, in July. DWA, assigned to the command of the Department of the Missouri, and in April, Inn#;, was transferred to Arizona After a difficult campaign against the A pas-he* under < 'croci mo ana Natchez he couqxdled those chief to surrende? September I. I.s8tk- Ch . a jo Ledger “De UM Hess, He Died." A very g.iod and true story us re|H*rt »*d, with I rot Marsh, of New Ha)«*u C onn., in th.* title rule Wtufo walk tug near hts home not long ago he ie marked a home attached to a dilapi dated aah wagon driven by a i aged negro, which animal had on its I, ^ , queer Urn* formation l he Prof, --oi stop | uni the team mail,* a Cursory ex amu,alt,>n of the pfxituberauflR,' and com Iud cd the iutet)tew b> sa nug, in v half joking wav that when the home dt«*d he wouhi like that leg for ss*leu title examination, aud would give A' for the same delivered to his house A iviipl* sd hours Ulcr, ou his (cluru home, he found a long, Awkward buu )U.* al hi* flout door OH Up* > cr Anda. ai cml e \ Auiaiattou lo reveal the leg sd a hs>i .o toll wee, aah,'* the ow a Ah w Agt HI ICH,A Ast with * ,.v, do ks*k Ut at t eye “de »id how, he dust HF failure? Hi look that wa teen times, M': Kip H-.w d»**s tim* si.)-* f. Miss Bunker Hill I really cannot say, I but if it feels half as uncomfortable is j my foot fc-ls, I can sympathize with it. “Mv dear child, what are von erring so for?" -Oh dear! Mr father has | gone and lost me, and I kn<> mother Will scold him "O when hi home I* HHK -Hv ways?" Hi lagiarinm. iverr word ahriilgtsl' Did you leave New York City In*. pause it cost' so much to live there?" No," lie replied ; I left be, aus.* it cost > much to dp* there and nr- health R very j»oor," "How r>o you feel, mr good man I* inquired th,* mission worker of a prisoner on the stone pile. “Purtv roekv lavas,“ was the tombing reply. And the worker drop|>ed a tear. Mils. Qsdaboi r Oh, Mrs Boa; pr! I saw your husband in th** park with three or four ladies around him. Mr?. Snappy I hat s all right, but let me catch him with only one Ia.lv around rn —then look oat for a -quail. I think I shall use the typewriter ill the time now. in my literary work." aid the young author, who was just gaining a slow mastery ?»ve: the k,iv» "Uh), yes," sjid hi- appreciativ,* wife, I should think that you could w rite just alsvut as fast aa you can flunk." TW,, VCR..Ris. Auf -rm. u Un, if th* |AVr Xl*|»-»f s in ail b*-r r;,-li «,! .ram* s-".n A. Urn , iuis-A.,1, gil l -Us law:. adj ">>i atmoaocw* g>>ii,-ti jrn : Bn' inv Aaror* bmuArr t%tr. v#rjr n’.h-r IHA- t «;itis«e>. ffiaena. HI. F««L Warraated K Per Lent- Poet PETER THIM, DR ALR R Of- Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Cod. A LOEN, IOWA WILLIAM KSA TISO. Daalar la titty and Shelf llwl—n Pickit III TiMi tottery, rinware A Woodenware^ th# lars**t sod dasMt rtoakot loon HEATHS 8T07ES A BAHM ta UM CHICAGO, IOWA AHO DAKOTA Wk. In Mi-r furl* . tiM>s (Iowa • ii -At nine, in fntD-r* *n I amu.ii. Vt a cooking lecture: Lade IHiring “Now that she has g.,t it cvx)ked I wish slied tell us how to use lip cold mutton." Next ladyoverhears aud remarks, “I have some infallible recij>(*f*,” First lady alert with pen,-ii and note-lxMik > VV ill you jdease favor mc? Second I adv Sn ls*-,-s. A < Of STH tm in who came to town recently en ins bicycle carelessly left it in front of tile hotel at which he was staying, aud found when he returned that it was aliasing. "Why don t von apply to the police-'” suggested the clerk when the matter w as explained to him? “Do you think they stole it?" wa* the innocent response.' d the Wood*, IV?«• IMi ti, al ta. I ad tta«i« Vt hon a    » ‘    a    . v# iou yxm auu Uh«D    Im    hee*    , ti'uxha (Hitt, hv? th*? IT \ a* * ti t hetw    * w*i ti a vlut a* *Ust ie st"-,** I .    - m    *u‘* hwawMsMw    ii    ho finn «vs?*«M*wsi a psst    did *»    v?>U*Ae*d), ii w«u, •    ti*    - kuwd.wd twit* A dgj) la IM SM « ta.,* IM A XA,, a *v?k    lh... IRM Ig    ls« s    »    SU Mid fro**,    A Mug    ti    St..    WI*    , Ake    V' fo bigw    wed    .Ae    As*,*,    ert* rn TThiniirTiB we x, u? Ast It*.*. |M Ag dd , sot m ■«gAsy "HLS Oar Army Is Weak. Nobody doubts the wisdom of building anew naw; the efforts made ta this direction have been applauded br statesmen of all parties, and the people are very willing t-. -ee their money spent on ships ,.f war worthy of the name We would not ?*ounsel for a moment any abatement in the generosity of our national jsibey in naval affairs, but is it not als,, nearly time that something should Im done for the army ? There is a great deal to iMdoue, aud some of the reforms are instantly needed. I he I nited States soldier is very little I Miter off in joint of weapons than his predecessors at the end of th* tvil war. He has * breech loading rifle of antique pattern; the artillery ave guns out of date judged br F.-i-ro|HMii standards, aud most of the hea? v tins in our forts ou the seacoast are relics of *he last war. W hile all the old eon ut i i*s hue been advancing to the present stage of magazine rifles, *Uial Millets, aud smokeless i*>wder, the I bited States has stood Atli! The old flintlock of VV a slung tons dav is hat db less fltte.1 to in* oppoae>l to the modern magazine rub* than th.* * m • huh the Amelu * > if anti, man reb , ou lo .la- There s,-euis to he * delightfully cheerful Aiea takeuui tile arui. bv the VV Ar Iv {.ai tm a ami the big i.euer sis But the no aul ut* who* al have i?* stand the bm a of au iu*mk«u of a fore if ti (ii? with uiiKte.n arm* can tt*>t be eves*, ted Xx «oe lh? joke Ut xi * tq^ht I: ut wt it    all    huuKM-- ,* i. .I be killed ii* -oil,.    e>.<u    if    it    ie lead* plain At th.* . .Uw.|auut L ->.*gie. 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