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Alden Times (Newspaper) - June 6, 1890, Alden, Iowa VOLUME XUI. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1890. IfUMBER 11. 8USlNE880imECT0flY LOAfiae om m ooim. cmmem-atntm� mmt jhoal ! k a. tntr mUUIAlt LDTRKIIA!! Omwm-tm tit- �Oool laaadtotdr ftor iMralafl MnlsM. M. � OBDBOB-Itov. J. W. Pomth, PMtur. �mMM mn aaater � U o-elMi . m. Mi HAOUNT LOpOB, No. IN. A. r � A. M.. I. . ALOIN LtlRART AND RRAOINQ BOOM-b BsymoBd BalldlBS Ofwo ry darua "-t Lam* T�rlor, BKrturr. I lOM- AIiOBN LODOS, No. SM. I. O. O. P.-MMli upnr u)Daa. no. m. a. o. n. w.-mmu t DItofi BaU. NwbIu taMUa�� mmhA aad UM TOMiUr nnliiii* ol ouk month. All tUHloa mnalMra wn coidUllr lavIM to M-�HM. C. Hogm. M. W.; J. 'AimliiMaa, B� DIBIOO TiODODK. No. m. K. of P.-MmII) tho Am sad Uilrd TawOmr Tanlnni ol laaitt la VUmft Hall. Vli vara Mtoom*. M. J. rvaar, K. ol H. ud a roaar, C. 0. V. �. ||AU J. PCRRT, Altanwy aad Ceaaaolar at latw. rroaot attention rtventoootlact'oot. Ofllea n�r Ottar < Hruwu'a titom. Aldan, HHPUn iiouav, lowa. _^ ^ P. rBISBUe, M. D. AldM loMb OBco oTw iMtlnCi Budwan T. J. BIOS, BABBSR ANDMRDRS ra. I�aa mU Btaamtblp tickata. aad �aa Mot yvnr trtesds or Mitd Ui�n. Atwan r�ad7 to �ifa laflBiaatton. T. J. SICK. AJdao, I*. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEV, IOWA, lotar? Pniilic, Real Estate, loan ram loaaa netotiaiad on Iob� or abon tlia�at low rata* of iBtareat. A, lari* Ual ol improTad and anlmproTad 'itoraala. J k�n mmf la _______r ilwlr HekMa. _______ fMI____ nut. ntunui. mnm. ini itn. NOTARY PUBUC fum and Town Piopertj BAITK OF ALDEN, mx BBIMAIX ft 801, . Mdan. Nartfin Oountv, Iowa. I aOMNBE MHIfiHT tad SOLO. iLvmber, .ME hotuynl kitttn of iiratty inlitM W. rmk not nor ncorn. ulr; Ol MTthW bU*ii� tb. uraktatl till. I.: Loadnc ou tU� oorn.r. Wo do not wait uaonf tbii gr�t. Nor with th* nil. Komnr. But wlf and l�u avail nur Loaflng ou tlM conMr. Soma lun snhanoa In wtUrllitg anuc, Hnni. CMk It In a -bom." �lr; Yot eacb Jo/ will auuoy ur oluy nut luaBng on tha camdr. Waaovjr notanoitwr't lot. Woilraa
iouai(� waa absent for no ies'4 tbau half an hour by Tom'x watch. Tbe captive waa 1,'rowtug defiperato, when at last a welcome face appeared at the window above tho blin'l. 'Mr. Baiter, air," wiiinpored Biuus, 'the clerical gout, Hir: be* ou tbo roof of our draK-" "You ilout say so!" grjJiueil Tom. *Ue IS indeed, sir. He anii ma.>iter seam vary thick; tbev're talking over old Cambridge times. I never waited ou him l>efore, air." "i)f course," said tbe curate in despair. "I hoi) it now. (.>ld jSeptimuswasat 0am-briiltie, ao was Uoatbcote. Tbey are old friends. How in tbe uaine of protideuca am I to get out of this? 1 aar, Binns. do yoti know I must stop bore until be goes. You wilt keep it dark-now won't you?" 'Moat certaiuly, air," said tbe sympathetic butler. "Wou't you have soma luucb, sir'/ Nobody will know.' Tom amilad in hia misery at tbe idea. After all. why ahouldn t be> 'Well, Binna, I really tbin'. ipiwared to return witb a hnga plateful of col>l pie, a bottle of chaiupagne. and soma Htraw-berriea. 'Thank ye, Binna," said Tom, grata-fullv; "now go away and dou't come back till'tbe clergyman baa gono. Wbew' Now hot it ia!" It waa hot aud no mial.\k4. On acoicblng day tbe interior ol i ilrai;. with Ihe winoowi ibul, is about >, agieeable a resling-placa at Ihe Black Hole. Tom could not let the blinds down, so he drank atumblarof iced champagne, wbicb made him much warmer than before, though it well at ho eoald. for ba mm big *�a aad tba apAM waa email, an efora be heara the lust of that oriekat match._______________ The Funnp|.Sha|m>d Cloud. When tlie colonel reai'Iicd home the hour was Jate, or early, rather. Tho ooloiipr.s wife, who excu.'tes none of the foibleo which men inculcate, met the colonel with a free/.iog look. TIio colonel, who is ti.iuallv akillfully iii-Vfptive, 'lost his bead" whou he saw UlH wife's face. Wife- "What made you so lute?" Coloi\el (after enibarra��ing Uestta-tiou)-"I wan detained." What detained vou';" "Tell you what's" a fact:. Yesterday evening a fuuncl-aha[ioii etoud caoie along aiul l>I�w me against a wall- '(ijainst a wall-ami the doctor worked five hours in trying to bring me around alt right." ".\ (unuel-tihaiied dond'!'" "Yea." "Are yoxi sure it wa-s acloud?" "Courae I am." "I iliiln't know. I thongUt that i>rol)-ably it was clearer tbau a cloud. Oh, yen, now I see! A man took the thing that looked like a funnel put tbe Bmall end of it into a luttle aud|)OUred Home-thing into it. Thoee funuol-.thaiied cloudH are very daiigt-rous. Tliey throw men agaiii.tt walU aud not infre-iiuputly throw them ou tlie ground." iCThero you go! Blo.it suspicions womau I ever saw. (iot no sympathy; man work.s liimseU to death and womau BU.tpei'tH him. Never Haw the like iu my life. Haven't taken a drink in three wewkn. Never saw the like in my life. Nobody to nympatluze with me. I'sed to thiuk you cared something for ine. Now I "know you don't. Never ha^ the like iu my life. Haven't taken a diink in three weeks." "I didn't aay that you -had been drinki:: ;" "No, l>ut you might b-h well. Keep hinting around. Never saw the tike in my life. NoIkmIv to Hyni|>ahize with me. Useil to thiuL you ntml Nome-thing for me, V>ul now I kuo* you dou't." "If vow haven't Ixjeu drinking anything why itt it yqu are ao drunk?" "Wlio'a uo drunk "You arw." "Tliero you go I Never saw the like iu my lid). Nu u.ne (or a mau to try to do anything when hU wifo u agiiinal him. " Well, 1 must g� to U>J now. Never saw Ihe likeiaajy lifa." -.IrAuu-taw 'tiMVtlar. WZIXZA] Hsny nt SMI Unware & Woodeawan^ coQiiHEATfflasnm t WIIXIAK mm, mk m mm 8IiiirtEtf�8iiicteitail(UnMUIi ISDCHICAfM^MILWA AKD AU. lASffEBS FOIHTSa Passengers Can Save rami HOmSTO caicm m naft a � ur BT tabro THIS SHORT BOOTB. COHHEGTIOVB AT ELDORA JOBCTIOH witb I___ and NorthwMtctn RaUtray far City, Cedar Ranida. Clinton. . MirwaokM, Dm Moinea. CaaacU Bli St. Paul, MinaMpolia and aB pointo IB Dakota. Nebruka. Kansas aad the Wan ELDOBA witb tbe Central Iowa Railway for pointa North and South. IOWA PALLS with the B., C. R A K. and IlUnoU Central RaUwaya, for WalM-too, Dubuque, Fort Dodga aad Bioaa j City. For all iaforation abont Praight Of ! Paawoger Rates, apply to oar tocaTaflpib I or addrMi tbe tieneril PMgbt aad^W-I lenger Agaat a Bldora, Iowa. iiOHMt__... - Hpring Pettad Daugbler---Mamma, 1 �a� auokt a iMAUtiful set ot diamuuda duwa lawu at tilouaking Co^Nt ttita mom-iaal And tba* ara uiarka^l only >i.3i)0. rS aara papik wUl 1^ theiuTfor um it yaa aay so. t Do^ig Mateiua-Xlhal, your papa tlaw ilat aanaot V> 'aU butiitMu nil ftllolllay, Ytiu'U bava bt watt aflac ba kaa OMHprataiaa^ witb bU taittbin, U ^ mU Ibaw tor yga wlMwaatw^lMr waaaaaala in Ji^aa ' vUl V� tawa wMM�k ��ia\ Ik, DOUSSAirS SwiilSiMlh kiMt a |wa�Ml
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