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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XIII. ALDEN IOWA, friday, .IuSe 13, 1890. NUMBER 12. 9INESSOIRECTOfVY �h tobbalb nMlof. J. II.1j,, p-iot. It �. CltUROH-RmteM nrr at 10 dO o'clock �. m. PrMohln( ntf �ter BoadH Nchool at I a. m. ararr >r, rnjm maatliia arair Tburadar fa- -JAN LUTBEBAN CnUROB-Hanleat �abbatb at luA) o'olaaka.m. Ban .a. Otaaaaiaatla� at 10oclo�a a. m. "-tatb. Prayar mMtIng mrj Tuaadar My aTanlaxa. �OOIXTIES. -AIAKT LODQB, No. W. K. V. * k. H., I maat la f�aalar eammnnleatloa oo tba Vri-iarcalaflaaorbafaiaths toll moeo. at Ma-ViBalUAldaB, lowft, VlildBf brathran aia litllr lB�tta�toatlmid. H. L. Plana W. M.; W. Vnakal, �aantarr- jILDMrLIBIIAIIT AND MADINO ROOM-\ Bafmoad Balldlng. 0|�n avarr day and aaiac. Bandajr axeaplad. Taarlr aubaerip-a. Siaaata. ��. P. K. Vunj. Praaldanl; lia Lo IN I/O DOE, No. its, A. O. U. W.-Maala 'tCtlayaBnll. HMnlar m�.tlDgt aaooad and __MI Toaadajr aTenlaga of raah month.  All � vMtlnf mamb�r* an lI]r lUTltwl to at-|�Md  T6. 0. Hoiim, M. W.: J. TouUnaon, Ba- niBlOO I/)I>ODE. So. Ol, K. of r.-Maatlan ^------Ad third Ttii��Uiiy pvpninga of vach Utlay'a Hall. Vliltln� Rnlghta al-vara walooma. M. J. I'uaiti, C. C. �. E-muiT, K. ol H. and a ||AKK J: rUIlRT, AttonMT and Coonarlor at tjkw, Pronpt atMntlon �1 mn to ooUect'ona. Offloa trer Vtimr � Broou'a Store, .Mdeu, Ilunlla Oouatj, Iowa. -p P. FBIBBIE, II. D. PkjralaUa a ad �argaoa, Aldan Iowa. Office oTsr Koatlng't aardwaia �tor*. T. J. RICK, BARBER AND HAIRDBESSER Afmt /br .VaUMal Hmmtktj, Mm mnd Otf mm tmmtnmem Ca.. / t^ntptrt. lU. I oaa aaU Btcamahip tJcketa. and can brine ^,poiir frteoda or aend thitm.  Alwaya ready la  f^i  odora and lutlns qmalltr >f lh�-� P�rfuni�� hmit> imftd* \k�m c�l*4iraM mmA wteliJuhMlijMlrMUd'vrry �h*PP. Tb�7 �i� prafvtrwi h�rvTer(iM4(orUi*lr nchnMM.*Uc�no� ud iiDeoHf aoHBwwiMM. AMj 7eurdni��lil(erllMBu4 Ml all llM�UcUlti�-4. MMSEUER'STOOTINWDER M riitu�.Mi m����m4 Ik* aaMt r�w4tr la .iM-Jarr. llnanaianthMa Mtk, .waMbnaU aad nikr Rau. ��aa�li�if�oaai�aot�li�a4jaria�lt MCKsnKErt Fiec mnu .tMirM ika hKkiat laaorwamt mrr wa.ro. Tk* iio.l�lliK-tlf�. ytl aH)d*MlT l��UlbU,|>ow a*�IUaMMalMr�- rau. lieMUin. nwMU, un nnu NOTARY PUBLIC, tnl Edatt, GiIlKtiiii nl Imtm 4^XJ>KM.   ....   IOWA. farm and Town Property �OBBAU AXD BANK OF ALDEN, mj. BIBD8ALL * SOB, Aldan, Nardin Oeuntv, Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD. OalleeUoM mide a HpMtoUy- �aa�|  iMBMiBeal EMala. -DUUBOr- Lumber, Brick, Cement and Lime. PRACTICAL SCIENCE. rnK   CAM   AND  MAMAniCMKNT  OP HMALL cnlLDKKN. A Niiltlnrt In Which Koarr Mother la In-lara.ls y honauholdH and oont�nte ; hence it is but reawmable to sapnose that all classes and conditions of mankind have an interest, paramount to all otbura, in the welfarit ', and Lvimfoit, both now and in after life, of the woe thing that is to either i honor or disgrace us in the days that art! to oomo. The I'mper FimhI for Infant.. At the very outset of the child's career fo er manner as prescribed by nature; but, where it ha|ii>ens, by some accident, to ! be imprauticablo, which, by the way, is indeed seldom, cow's milk diluted bv water till of the same consixtency as tde mother's, as the physicians should determine by analy.tis, and Hhoulil never Iro mixed with sugar or flour, for | we deviate from nature's edicts bv j tamitering with the milk. The milk I should bo freshly drawn at least once ill every oiglit hours, always feeding to tho child at the temperitturu when (Irsl drawn from tliu cow. Willi ii long    and   iirooniinontly   Hurcessful {>racti(!n, I liave seen some of the lealtbiest of cbildron roared in thi.^ \ manner, without onoo looting of anything else for tho tirst year, and have known cases where it was continued as the sole footl fur a year and a half. l>Hnuer III Ilia \Vet-Niir.r. The foregoing niothod is far jirnfor-able to wet nurses, as there is hazard of imbibing ill-humors, diseaHo,nte., from a woman whose temper and constitution must be very imperfectly known; here a mother's close inspection is very necessary, it being almost inii)Ossible to make the lower class of jicoplu, from which the nurse supply is drawn, and wlio, generally speaking, are employe*! to care for children, believe the utility of this uncommon metho e taken to abate the warmth of their clothing so gradually that the difference may not bo )>erceptible to them. After this ia rcduceil to a proper standard no altoration* should l>o made to keep pace with a changing atmosphere, but an exact ttniformity in the warmth of their habit preMrved tbrt>iigh all tho seasons of tho year, the utility of whioh is practically demonstrated by every experiment. IlorlMU-ftua CaatoHi al Nwathlnf. Many nrudont alterations have been made of late years in the first dross of infants, though many more are yet neudisl. The barbaroiw custom of swathiug is not yet universally ex-(iloded, many old midwives still insist u|)on it, and'others somewhat loss injurious generally retained. Among those I will mention the absurd custom of dividing infants' garments into a multiplicity of piocet. whioh not only prolong the uneasy sensations, whioli to I bom always accompany dressing, but by tho unequal pressure of different bandages, their shape is often dotlrtiyc-l or iniuie�l, and even !b�ir sub.4ei|uent health impaired. The entire wardrobe of an infant shoald never consist of ov�r ihr�� pieoes, there aluiald Ita  shirt, a rob* and a cap; tho two last should be (luUtad of suBl-ciout thioknaas to provide the neoea-sary warmth; the vap should bo fastened by a band of soft linen under the ohia. sewed on one aide and bitttoaad on the other, if a knot ia ' thoaght neeewary (or a girt baby, Uda ehoBU ba Mrat asrad oa to UM�f�� tka loba aa^ahlrt ahoaU ba umU tm b imili tka pat lata be pat un -i I ,*nMU|h in ilnhiurty in' thfoogh: it ahoi braatf, aadi ba______, _, ^, liMM(uina are aa ahlMiwmiX iljaiia rob* mi� or leas Wakl. a Mthf** preferable to strings, as l>eing much the quickest. Maklnv Thair Tallal>. Dy this method the whole business of dreaaing, evidently a moat disagreo-able operation to infants, and with which it has boon customary to torment them for two hours at a timo, may be done in two minutes, and in a manner so easy to themselves as scarcely to occasion a cry, of itself a mattor of much greater consci] nonce than goneratly thought. When they aro i-oatod, that may be managed as oxpo w generally seen; and this, continued for tho tirst two or three years, would not only contribute nuich to the regularity of their growth, but also to tho sweetness of their temper, whioh eorly teasing is too apt to sour. An Uld t^ualom I>nii,iiin<'i,il. The infamous oustom uf bundling up infants in a parcel of clothes, intended to receive and retain all the evacuations of nature, and by which tho child is so conllned as not to have free motion of its lower limbs, very jirobably had its origin as much from laziness ns ignorance; foroertuiu it is that a child properly attended may, within a month after its birth, bo so manage eat that inaication until they are attended to. I'roin this it is evident that any inouivenioncos of this sort may be i)revented by proper luanagement, without having recourse to a inetlin l(X),-�HH) each for their reapmtive histories. But Thackeray is _ . said never to 'have received ti.^.OOO for any ot his novels, Hir Walter Hcott was paid $550,000 (or eleven novels of thrw volumes each, and nine volumes of "Tales of My Landlord." For one novel he received �9,B00, and between Xovembor, 1825, and .Tune, 1827, he receivetl �i;)0,000 for 'literary work. Lord Lvtton is said to havo made MOO'.OOO by his novels. Dickens, it has been com-�puted, ought to have been making |;500,(XM) for three years prior to the pnbUcation of "Nicholas Niokleby;" and Trollopo, in twenty years, made $350,001). The following sums are said to have been paid to authors for single famous liooks: "Homola," George Eliot, .'�.o.iMlO; "Waverloy," Hcott, $;i500; "Wooflstook," Scott, $40,000; "Life of Napoleon," Scott, $90,000; "Armadale," Wilkie Collins, $25,000; "Lolla nookh," Thomas Mooro. $15,-000; "History of Home," Goldsmith, $1,250; "History of Greece," Goldsmith, $1,500; "History of England," Goldsmith, $;t,000, "Vicar of Wake-fteld," Goldsmith, $:{,000: Decline and Fall," (iibbon, $.W,l)0 ()U. A .>ew Tap.Boet for Ladles. Among the latest European fads ia the wearing of top-boots by ladies. The idea seems to have had its inception among the Spanish ladies. It was afterward adopted bv tho French, the latter having voted them tho proper thing for driving in T-carts. phaetons and other carriagos in which tho ladies occupy the front seat. They are made up in the lightest manner possible, some with high heels and others with low. Various combinations aro used, such as patent leather vamp and heels, gla/.-ed kid tops and dark morocco legs; gla/.o� jmvba ba doea, hot Ifa �oara Thai he'd brlu to onr heme frtat 'n rain By robbta' that crib osrer thaa. Yer iaj UMIa Joe la with Jaeaa. That It'a wiekad 'n raah to rabel, An' I know that yer uy jlat f mm nt That lie mlU a^wed up liil fur ball. Yar warda dont |Its much oonaaalaahon. Tbo' yer mean II ter Hnhten oor woe. Bat yer can't UR thle black deaerlaahun - Al lon^ aa tba boy hea tor go. 1 thank yer fer cnmln' lor a�e ua, Bnt we cant Me the thlnt tn yonr way; An' yer don't UTa word that'U frM ua From the jrlef that la on na tclay. Be fnr me, fken bare op acin It, 'Coi I am a man, tuff n atronc But ]Ut look at Jtany a mlalt, An' aay if yer tbink abe'll laat long. B -morr�� Bhe knowa ho'll be pni odt o' light. I-re tried to pick up all hla trinketa, nil itockln'i 'n ihoea 'n hli bib. An' bide 'oni away In tho eloaata, Uut I can't find a place fur the orlb. I don't � no Bood In yer talkin', Nor lee what', the uie fer tor pray. When all tliat la left o' the baby la only a lump o' cold clay. dmd. utr; bal (tod nsrvr dnno it, He wnoldn't so tmck on ua ao; It w�'t8 hIdiim w� luont V bagan It By vorabiplD' poor Uttlo Jo�. If vf'T rant rhirk up little Jinny, Au'ult lihr away frotu bor Armd, An' �l�rt tlie b on I atop fur to preaob or tw pr�y, Hut ilNt ni�k� a iin�ek ktndtn- qolet N t&ks UttlR Jou'a cnwtia away. -oiAUit m- Grain, Live StKli, -AJCD- ALDEN, IOWA. It Fell llaU One day, ns o Sixth avenue barber shop had but one empty chvir, a man wearing a very big hat and walking with a great deal n{ swagger, entered, hung his hat on a peg, and then drawing a revolver he turned te the idle man and said: "I want a shave-jnst a rammoa .shave. 1 want no talk. Don't ask ea� if I want a hair-cnt or a shampoo. I>on't s|ieak of the weather or ]>oliticti. If you s|>�ak to mo I'll shout." He took the chair, held tho revolver acroMS his legs, and wits shaved with promptness aud dispatch. When he got np he returned the shooter to his hip |)ockot, not uu his hat, and after a broad chuckle he said to the cashier: "That's the way ti.> keep a barber >|oiet.   Ha didn't utter a word."' "No, sir-he c
                            

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