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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - May 30, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XIII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1890. NUMBER 10. SUSINESS01RECTOIVY - , J�X M loao o'clock ft. IB, PrMcblnf oTcff �andsT. PnTtr mMtliu cnrr Thundkr otn-iBCttTo'elaeL aCRMAN I.tmiRRAN CnunCH-BcrrloM *�r)r IM>b*tb ftt 10 3] o'olnok �. m. Buudkf �cbool ImniMltalctjr ktUr morning MrrlcM. B. OBURCH-RcT. J. W. Foriyth, PMlor. �nvtcM �ntj BuDdkjrMlI ooloci �. m. anJ now MEiN MIST DRESS. ItrA.tONH WHY THRHK AROVLD BE A KAUICAI. HKrOKM. �l6:J0ji.ra. CluaniMtlng kt 10 o'clock �. in. Torr ffablnUi. Pnjn mMting CTary Tu*tdii> nil Tlioradsr ranlng^ BOOIXTIES. BADIANT VODOK, No. IM, A. Y. A A. M., Will DiMi In ngttlkr oommnnlcktlon on tb� frl-dar cnBliigonor batoi* tbfl fall moon, at M�-onic (Ull. Aldcn, Iowa. Vlilttng brethren ara otdlallT InTttadtaaMasd. H. L. I'Urca W. M. i H. W. Crockat, Baetaurr. AI.nEN r.IBRART AKD RRADINn nOOK-In RayiuoDd BaUdlng. Open aTerr day and aTanlojc, Handay aicaittiMl. Yearly eubecrlp* tlont, i I cante. Mia. r. R. Furry. Prealdont; Mlai U>ni� Taylor, Hacretary. ALOBN IXlOOr., No. SM, I. O. O. F.-Meeta arary Wadaeaday eT.nlnu at Uilay'a Uall. Vltltlna brethren ar� conllaJly Invited toat-tand. n. M. Joaaa, Hecrotary, AIiDEN I/ODOB. So iro. A. O. U. W.-Meela -Ai Utiey'a Hall. Iteftulnr inutftlnKa �oond and (ait Tnsaday e�i Dtir>r.. No ni. k. or r.-weeiinita tho nrat and third 'ruoadiiy evi-nUiKa of t^mcU month In Utier'a Hall. Milling KuUhta al-aye welcome. M J. k'UBliT, C. C. K. K. rouuT, li. ol H. and a Annie Jrnneaa-Mlllar ronalilara and Paaaa* r|Miii tlia Mattar of ManruHaa Atlira - \f.l�et t'oala, ItiiMarf Hhlrta, Knra-llraerlia.. and Nllh Nlorklaci Will Maka III., Hsa lleaiilltul. US. ANNIK .1 o n n 0 H H-Millcr, who in widely known ovon to iiiulo rou-clorH �� flio a po H11 o o( corset le.ss reform for women, lian turned hor ftttcutioii to t li V elhicH _ and the theory of male clothiug, and she has evolved out of liur iuiior ooiiBciouHnesH tlu" two niiiHciiliiie contiime.s whicli are illuHtrateil. Of coiirHC, to Mm femulo iiiiiid, naturally enough, man Ih a thini^ of beauty and a joy forcvi.'r, and this is lidw tlie feminine intellect an afore.siiid would array him in hisnlory. Considering thi.i Hubjeet Irom her own enthu-siuntic jHiiiit of view Mrs. .lennoss-Mil-ler HavH: "That a niau of aeknowlcdf;t'd mcn-tiil iKjwor and wieial iinjiortance uliould 111' served by a waiter, at dinner, in a dre.sH identical with hi.s own by   no J|AIIK J. FUUIIV. Atluniay and ruiineelor at Tjtw. Pnimot attention (riven toc(.llecl'on� OWro jver Utler * Drowu'i Store, Aldoii, ilunllu ; Zouoty. Iowa. �p P. FttlSBIt), M. ty. PkralaUa aad SurBaoa, Alden Iowa.  OBloe oTor Keatinija nardwara Store. T J RICK,        ~" BABBSB AHypraSB. Agtnl fitr SattMrnt �MmjAlp Mm atui Orr-mm fiMMfawee c�., of fmpmrt, iU. I oan aall Sl��raihlp t:ckou, and can brrns your fiienda or aend tbeui. Always ready to Ctre informnUoD.     T. J. BICK, Aldan, la. Ja A. BUTTON, ALDEN, IOWA, Notary Pallic, Real Estate, loac -iXD- I>HUTIA.NCK .fVOlCNTX. Farm loana nef^oila'od on lonfp or ehorl ilmaat low raloa of Interoar. A larga Hat ol Improved and unimproTcd laada tor aalo. CiillIiKlT DIIKSS  Kcill  A  I.Mlou; T;. ICKSECKER'S PERFUMES SlitfttS df Coipilihn k QUUn irf STTIL TItfl l�m vftrtMT.aiiialill* odor* and iMkiiMr n tliwt l*wfumM havfi maaa ih�m e�l�brmUid %wA �labll#tiMlCb�lrMl*�t*r7 whrrv. Tbfy M� prvftrmi bvnivvr offMl tor U��tr r(chtirw, vltirane* muI u�oo�* �onswMfnM*. Apply %o yourdnifflHlarUMiaW M� ftll IbAlU cUIwmL ueiSEeKErsTOOTiPOWDn It iBieitebly pre\t osaaya prediction. She vaticinates: "1 am inclined to , the belief that tho next decade will witiuMs remarkable and siguiticaut moditicatioua in the aevbrity of man's garb, with a corre-n|Hiudiug increase in its artistic antl Hymiuetrical   iiuahtie.i.    I'.very   one ROBERT HOLMES ~v\txixa. IK- Lumbt?r. Brick. Cement and Lime. the nniforms of tho rtny knd nary tha world over. "I m convinced that the thought of ft return to black or dark velvet' broeohea and coat, trith embroidered or fancy brocaded veat, and oven laca ruffle* at tho neck and wriata, with ap-proiiriate nilk hose and aliocn adorned witli buckloa, ia received with favor and cntbuaiaam by many very senaiblo men, who have not yot the courage of their own convictions, because of the inevitable ridicule of tho penny press and tho revolutionary element. "That snch changea will eoiiio in time is not to he doubted, but liou soon no one could prosiiniQ to nay. The social evolution in drea.s must come lirst, and after that, in the order of one's occupation, inodillcatioiiH for ce treat-in e n t, yet does not .seem to get it -he is the autii|uated tlirt. We expect dudes to be harmless, and their "mashing." as tliey coll it, is harmless, but when it come.s to a be-wigged, bewhiskereil, fossilized old man it makes oiir blood lioil. Watch him now as he cr tttt (l�M \>iaa reduutiik to U au ouiiMi. lu Vm U bnut bMU fur ihar vttttauiMitHl. to Ukal thv luuUl (uc (hi* ttu of tht. WMiUiii|4tHt uMWtttuuut wa�txttttlalMtlfut^tkauuuutl. lulMT Ui� w�k Mil bllau lo ilo a uoutul, au�l atiwoliMw ul \m U waaoMljr Mkiiit a MiMttl. 'Vita aiuiMftll uMiliMllMk W�vh>�l(tla vm m mk MttMil iv� ImMi |Ml|kM�4UMyUlMIM�M�l Mm the impression yet perfectly inscribed upon the tablets of my memory. Before our salute to tho Turkish flag had 111 en tired we observed a boat leaving tie- limding of a little town iu front of wliicli we had drojiped our anchor, and wliiii th.....lurtesy had been paid, a dapper little gentleman, dressed like a Turk and speaking the I'reiich language iltieiitly. stepjiid on the quarterdeck loiil iu elegant phrases bade us welconu! to .lohanna, lie informed the "aptiiiii that our vtrssel wn-, the first one in lliirly years that had displayed the .\miriciU llag tlieie. .After the ollicial part of his ^isitwas ho satisfactorily settled, the visitor said his return to slinre was necessary, as In- had to settle a very complicated case between a Zanzilnir slave-dealer and a ,Tortunity to give the Americans an insight into the re.sources of his i-onrt. .V wave of the judge's hand brought two burly minions of the law to the sidi�oC his mulish customer, and in a few moments his Uvilv w as iiii the thsir. face ilownwanl, �atisfled, and the catprit's tmffna loosnned, but biis feet, looking like Imxing-gloTen of largo diiiwiiaions, had been made uaeleaa, as he emild neither stand nor walk, and had te sit on the floor while giving bis testimony. Hin obstinacy ruineu his case, and the cargo of tho slave dhow,over which tho trouble began, was confiscated iu !>� half of the Johanna (lovernmotit. The next day half a dozen oflieers gorgeous in gold lace ami brass Imt-tona were puUU (lu- HMINtX ^ *U))h a4|t>ui�ltu  an )m waa, ouuta iUMla(*laa�t Ikiwi V; Um waiUiueg ol Uk luiialkiw. k\ Ua bmitMuth hlum  iKalUi aaa closelv. Two others entered carrving a small dish with live coals; the silver di.sh was placed uisiii a triiiod al)ont three inches high, the tire emptied into it, and a handful of herbs thrown ou the tire, when a light smoke, having a heavy rose perfume, lillcil the apartment. The Sultan arose, and, placing himself over tho little tri|>o en luiuules and h.>lt a iloieii Honieii to tU hiiu up. HeKuu lu l.uek as rhuui(k Tbe; I'leulda'l .idve. Torn lUlihs and Meet SpiHeta. two c^ihiti'Ll ^outloiueo, foiiuisl A ^-xvpart iiership to do a ^(tIlolal plastaring busiiuioii. 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