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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - June 27, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                							r 							 VOLUME XIII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, .JUNK 27, 1890. NUMBER II. eUSINESSDIRECTOffY ^COKOMOATIONALCBIIBOR-ScmaMaMk l|�bb*�h M U o'oloek k. ra. SBOdar Mbael M la tn. HtrrtcH Mch Babbkth n�alat.  U�t, j. �. Millar n.I).,pMtnr. dinil�; nt tOJO o'clnck n. m. PrMchInf arurr �tUi>r 8uod�r. H 0iin(tAT. Praver lac ttt i o'clook. OCRMAN UmiEnAN rHIJncH-H�rT)o�i �Ttry BkbbKlh ! IU:SJ o'olnck �. lU. HaaJaf cbool Immadlktdjr ktUr morning MrrtcM. m. tnj II. E, CnUBCn-naT. J. W. ror.rth, PMlor, '�rvloai (nrr Hnnd>r at < 1 o'clnok �. ra. ud 't e :M p. m. Clui raMtlng at 10 o'clock a. ni. '��^ry Habbttb. I'nTat maaUng avery Tuaaday od Ttaaradaf aTaDlma. �OOIXTICt. SnPSOll & OOUBDt -DKALSBB IH- Grain, Live Stocli, -AKD- ALDEN, IOWA. A KELARCHOLT JOLLT TAUC BIT l\\T HI. llMdWK. I onrn know a follitw    ;.�lly Tlwiilrii llioy ivll hhii "Oil. Cliolly, tin iDi.k rti] �wi'�u, WIUi your N.i. 'J t" --dkyaTMnlngoBoibaforatbo tail moon, at Ma. anil! Hall, Aldan, Iowa. Vimtlng brstbrra an �cordially inrttad to attend. 8. L. Plaroa W. M.; a. W Crookat, HMiraUrr. MBRART AND RRADINO ROOM-In lUTiuond Bnildlng. Open urarr d�y and �TCnlai, Hunday atoactad. Taarly aubaorlp-Mona, i > casta. Ula. I*. K. Forry, Proaldeot; Mlaa Lottta Taylor, Baeralarr. ALDEN LODOE, No. VJI, I. O. O. P.-Uaota �nirr Wadaaiday aTnilnii at Utlvy'* UalL Vlaltltt^brailitan aia coidlaUj Invited . M. Janaa, Hecrutary. I �o�t- ALDEN LODOE, No. 163, A. O, U. W.-MaaU .At ntloy'a Hall. Ilagolar uioatlnga aaeond and , iaat Taaaday ayvnlnga Tif oacta montb. All siting mtmbara arn cordially Inrltml to at-Had E. C, llogan, kf. W.; J. TomUnaon, Ba-'OTilar. DtniGO rXiDanE. No. SII, R. or r.-Maatlnn Uui Aral ao'l third Tnr.Jny eyunlnKa of aach vontli In UUay'a Hall. VUltIng Knlghta al. �nya valcoma. M. J. I'unuv, C. C. V. E. Vciutl, K. o> H. and a WliioBA, ni., CoAl, WAPrutod OS Fcr Cent FmU        ~ PETER mm, n- ]|AJ1K J. rUHllT. Att�rn�y and Caanaalor at tj��r. Promnt attention irl\rntomllaft'oti�. OITIm tver LUev .� Utowu'a tluni, Alilon, IIurdlQ Count/, lown- J" r. FBISDlE.^irB^ PhjraleUa aiU Sargcoa, AMon Iowa. Omca oror Kcallng'a Qarlwara (ituru. Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Coail. ALDEN, IOWA. hlu- hun Nn. in r.-.l. Ar ttio*" uf .U-nr. cliariiUiiu ctiolljr.' A .intimiC'. tN-M'-I to folly. Ami ImrkM at n l-lli^;�'r.-ii'. I'olly, Wlirt ]uili|>tttl nn lllH llMl'l, I.Blil llltn "Ut VtTV itxiiil Ai:'l rr-mk.*.!, -Oli, wailit U .oily " I>i-Hr'jfK, Io��. an e\i:i)-1)i:ti:( TivE. (luctor liiiini'If, all iiiK'lit: in othor wordu, luul liift-n ridim; on Ihu roof ol one of till' 1 nrH. An till! iniiii imlli'il out tho Foi imslicd Himill tiuvi'liiiK giiji woll l)ftck to ffivi' liiiii friM'ilniii of motion, nilvancHil tn tin- coinitiT nnil l)egnn ciutitiK ttiiil lu'wingftt aiioUjccl having till) oiitwaiil si'inlilnnci' of � pii'. ".Stoii!" |iloniluil tlip prom ii'tor. "Yon'U mill niy roiniti-r and ImiuV my lii'iirt." �"No! if it'i IH li:inl tlii- pii'." lo-lilii-tl CiKiht-y. witli oiii' of liii well-known  n\y glauooi  anil   iiiystiTious .HIIlill'H. Unt this hist was soon IniiixfiTrcil to tlio face of iho proprit'lor. for nt tho very nuxt lilnw tliu n\ broke in twain, leaving thi' pie maHter of tlio Hitnntiou. For three liours I Hhadowed my man with tho lyiix-oyed vision, cat-liko trend and sleutli-honnd iioso of thu iileal detective of the Ixmkt. It wos dink when the Chiengo train arrived, and 1 lioldly followed Mahter Heyiiard into the conch. 'i'lio eondii.tor wan ohdiirate. "Clut off at tho noxt Htation," haid he. "I'm a detective, and hen; are uiy clewH." "I'm a conductor, and want my duc�." "And who he/ yoV" demanded the leader of the gang. "The nnrnvolor of the preat Cronin niVNterT; tho original and only--" "I'raUd!" nhrickeil tho mpiwr, n� ho tore open iny coat anil removed my boiiie-niadf" Htar. ThiM) they Httid something. I don't iiv itwioiiT n.ii.j>�i.\. T. J. RICK. BARBER ANDJPRESSER. Agtni far flalioniU SUamMhip line and Oer-- . or fnivoTi, lU. ffMin IH 'Co., I oiin �ell HtTwnahlp tickou. and can brinf roir frlrnili or Bend theui. Alwnys romly to �lro informaUon.     T. J. BIOK, Aldan, la. WZLUAM KEATXTO. Daalar la Heavy and Shelf Hartware, PockitiKTiMiCillifT, Tinware & Woodenware, tlta luiaat and flaaat atoek ol COOIlHEATIN&STOTES&BillGSS latba maikat. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEN. IOWA, Hotary PqIc, Real Estate, Loar CHIGABO, IOWA AND DAKOTA Farm loana neitoilaieil on long or ahori time nl low rnica of lnl�ro!ii. A Iar�e llai o( Improred and unlmnrovci! landa for talis. pKSECl(ER>S n   PERFUMES � 1 mm iH CntydHn ii tflUin m4 STTU. niftUrvTiir1*ir.''iinU((�o.lonfc�dUtllnir�]a�lltr H thr�i IVrtumra h�*� maest known men I in (.'hicngo. i lliit thcv lied, tho villains, thcv I lied ! � In tho ineaiiliiiic I nm eieil. And they might write tho twenty-fourth letter of tlie alphabet before the iiamos of a nuniler of real detectives \\ithout doing much harm. I XI r: >.iii.v T.i Mt- M.I I. HETWEEN CHICAGO AND POINTS ON THIS UNE Then I had hi^pe. ,\ p. et must ]ioh-ses-. a tender leuit.    Sn 1 replied : "They're a: tlie nal luisiiiess, not conrtiijg tie- iiiu-e."' "They" nlcrnd to a couple, newly mari'ied. 1 ln'i ��. wiin, wra]>pedcarefnlly aniund oadi i.tlu-r, vrvr. ei.u'aged in (lassiiig til irid fro u well-wcuii vet l.iud'.oicc.l 111... Tlie tickit^-'iik'-: Mi.ih'.l, li-lei:ed to �hit I liinl 111 ;-:i; alii-ir ( eiiiiey, ami p.1- i'd (lilt :i':iiid -iiiai-ci^h ciistomer-i. .\iriving at tin- i;u; ci;v 'iV'orl.l's Fair -the led-haMicl i.iunlerir ha-t-elie.l 1(1 licaid a Ni ;lh .'^id.' cable-.-ar. With ;:ii friend n.v cU.ik. and no fiirtuiic liiit nn u:..l'i ill:i th it I li:i,l found Mil the tiai;. iii.i i clinMnt ly appropriated. 1 t.iUi.w.Ml >ni! I canu' within an ii......f li.iti-.- put �.A 11 g. ili-- linviMi   AT   an   llllMMT.' els. and liuiilly started if a .-ccnnd Moii-ieur BT TAKINQ THIS SHORT ROUTE. NOTARY PUBLIC, leal Eitate, CoDectloi ail Imrasci ^kXX>I�}�.    ....   IOWA. Tarm and Town Property won BAU Ain> MMHT. BANK OF ALDEN, IJ. USnSALL * SOH, AMam Hardin Oountv, lewa. EXCHAN6E BOUGHT tnd SOLD. ROBERT HOtNES, -�1�AV,�1� IN- C0NNECTI0N8 AT ELnOKA JUNCTION with the Chicago and Northwestern Hailwav for Tami City, Cedar UapiiU, Clinton, Chicago, Jlilwaukcc, Des Moines, Couucil Blull% 8l. Paul, Minneapolis and all points Id Dakota, Nvhraaka, Kansas and tho WesL ELDORA with the Central Iowa lUU-way for polnta North and Sou^. IOWA FALLS with the B., C. R ft N. and Illinois Cnutrnl Itallwayt, for Waterloo. Dubuque, Fort Dodi;e and Sloiu City. For all Inforatlon about Freight ot Paateoger liates, applv tu our local or addreu tho Ueneral Freight and rw-eager Agent at Eldora. Iowa. JOHN FOnTm,     W. . MHTIII. - �.r.amdr,A. -(.me  hucci'-s, too.   I b.ateii   by   daring 1  was  "sha.liiwiug." for impeisoiiatiug an ^PERFUMES' LANDOmOWmBI DOIMtAirS SmlSoilh for detective ih'\ out in the nle . I.0COI|. I met with ' was three tinu criminals whom and twice jailed ollicer. l^mlnddeiipd by these ei i.b nee. of my geiiins, mid horriliid by the awful Crouiu murder. I s.ihl out my lunch routo and starled in iiuest of "(�ooiiey the Fox." "1 was returning ("liirag .war.l with a whole bundlo of clew.s in my claws, when, at a railway IuikIikh.iu. I sight.'d mv man. I knew him by his pleumi; eve, cruel month nndcraftv bnnv, Kesides, he was Kwiugicg louud his lead a hntchot, or rather a MiiiU ax, that, with true (JuUiriauan slirev,diicss. I deteriiiiued wn.s the very weajKiu with which the fatal blow had been struck. "All aboard!" nhonted the conductor, at that moiueut outeriug tht> rxH>ui. Coouoy tlouriiihiHl his ax, and )H>inted to a legend on the wall to thu effect that tho train atopi>Ml ton luinutun for refre.ihuittuta. off. but a mystcri.'--,- "la-'" play i.i my tin sla-.- i-vi'-,-i   t'.i the" l.l,..ited moiio|..ily p. 1.-peace. Al Lincoln I'ark f.>..,,c- 1 and eniiri-dn hug.- st.ii...fi.i � He has conic to w riiij.; g..M 1 nun liis rich eiKiiIoyer," 1 s;,._.;,ei..n-,l;. il,.cid,'il. lla-. i';.- iiuthing else to d I m atclie!. or iatl,..r .slin,l,.� e.l. the i.i-e all night. .i\e nic in cf! the or Lumber. Brick. Ceinent mA Lime, the iii.irniiig the f-.tgi',ue (roiu justice euioiged. ..So ciiaiplotely was li.- inetainor-j)hosod. as thov nay in the b(X)ks, that It lumie my head ache to revx^gni/'c hiiu, and a man with less mausard roof to his forehead, ihnngh far greater {leonuiuy resources, would  have le! lim pass iiuchallenged. So did I. for that matter, but I was at great p.iins not to lose sight uf bii Itis low crowned lineu hat and 1. ..g duster I. id given pi vco to a high -i!k tilo and broadcloth i-oat. while l,g^ ��  1''Ug i of   tin f[Ullty iS'UiOU'Ucti ot   the cd ! oi  tho' oad and oil, I shall u>'%ci kn.'i*. hut, ho s.ioii luaptnl ovcttedlv to hi> f�h>t. ; vaut(hc  iiji hia v\>4t Ul! i, a.id K�'A�d �tHti\diiu){ly behind luui .V aacci>.saful dulttokive ihoutvl Uave itu atfUao o( (h�i ludi�iu>ui    I Ikanvw and | lh�t it u *4 vui ruuiod luo. 'lUo two Jitrk Wth ou �ha ab^n pot tUuk uf tt^tf FuJk'lt llKUt tlvUliuta 4uu l|u�(��il ihu ||r�tiu^ ot ilio took up lo mhioh I iMMj^ to �i>u�>4fu Uvw, auU I IfettMhttU i4i>tt4-   s Willk ikfteWl       lUUtUilUlWU UIO. 'Ch�B, K#thlg iikat Wm tkWtt (%()|        mi �iiiktutu4i�a � tMOiul Count Flst-in-tlu-Fa(?e. The death of tho Count of Pnnonros-tro. ft Spaiii-li n..l.Ionian, recalls a sin-pnlar story of the past. The Knijieror Clmrlcs \'. was hunting one day-.so the story goes -which is very likely fonii.icd upon an nctuiiloccurrence, but in its details may have been nioderu-i/eil in the luiiL' time which has elapsed " �ilh line (if his bidy-gunrd at his siilc. (harli  Nvas a ndoubtalilehunter, a ml i. M as the guard. I'ro.sently a partridge oassdl, .piite high over their iicads. lioth spovtsmou tired at tho i-anie time, and the hird fell. It was bronght 1.   i he l".iiipi'.>ror's si.rvauts. �\Vli;.l; .i-.c (ifus.d., you think.-" mid (-'hi.!'.-, �ivillcii this I artiiilge.'" "It was I," -ui.l the guard. 1    "Tlinu   liest. scic.n.dri.-l."   '-aid   the r.iiil eror. He   haii   ha-ijj-.' spdki'ii   when   the i g'.i.ii.i s\i   ck l.in. -I. scvei-e a  bhiw  in i the f.Kc Ilia', lie ( .nld hardly keep his j : ici-:. " I ' tinirles' liisi i.,-cmeut was t" joint ] 'hi-   gun   -t.aight   at    tho   aU(l;iei..iis ' guiir.l. nnii   i-r,il the  trigger, but tile I ^veapl.n Irid J.ist been  discharged, and 'i.el 11.be. n 1 el.ia 1. .1. \\ hih- the lai.peiiw was icioa.ling he decided tha! Ic would Hot shisi; the gnaidon the sio!. He sent him tu pri-"M instead,tiwitli orders to prejiai.' for his e .ec'ition, , "�\(';r laiilt is tlie greater." s.iid the : Fill; e.or. "berar.se tliere was ihnibt j wh.'the;- thou didst reallv kill the , biv.i � � ' �� 1 iii-i e i. n.i donbt, sire, in my mind." i-ai 1 til.' g lar.l "Will you permit mo to s,.|. tl,,. liiid V" '111.. |)iutiidi;.. was brought, and the guard si,owed the Fn.i.eii.r tiiat it ha 1 li.en killed w ith a ball fiuni his rille. 'l he r.uipcto', h-.iil bev-n Using bird-bhot all day. The Einpe'orfelt a little remorse nt this, b\tt vlid not ouutei niaml his order for the u'Uard's .Ivalh: but ul the last nionient he had the man brought before bini. "I'ost thoii repent ef striking mc'.'" 'Nc, sire, " naid the guard.   "If I had a   thous,in.l  lives, and your Majesty slionld tell me a thousainl times, without   reaMtn. that   1   lied, u   thounund tiiiuirt would 1 put my list in your face I mi puno eu el rootnt., and a thousand timet would 1 gj> calmb to the bKn-k," The Fnip'    r sat pensively for .soiuo limo rovolviiiK the matter in his mind. The viio'ds m^puiiot'ti el '.sistro ran-khsl 111 I     iiiinsi. but presently he said. "My reig., h.i,s need of s �eh  inou  a.s you. after alL    1  wish  there  were a I thousand  Uk�  you'     lt\u.   and    be ' kno^n !u'rait#f �s thet'i.iint of I'unon ; txvslio I     T'he t'�>iiat In-'caMO tl.si most dexilisj I'liai Ks.'��.ssals, ai�l his family THE FIRST HACKXKl COACV. Captain   nnlly'a  Naa^eanrul   Ki|i�rlm�nb UKI3l�i tho month  of A)>ril, ua�, one-Mr. Oar-rard, f>r'*(,TOs,�ip(-iarrar iigli never Ro trivial.   Here It ono Captain liai'.y; he hath been ii sea optain, but now lives on  tho land alioiil this city, where lio tries ejperiniL'ntfi.    He hath eroctod, according to his ability, some four hackney-coaehe;'-, put hia men  in livery, and ap-l>ointeil them to stnud at the Mayjiole  in tho-Stran^L giving them in-Htructioiis at what rai� to carry men into several jMirts of fbo tc*-n, where all Jay they may l)e had.   Other hackney-men Hceing this way, flocked to tha Hatuc place, and perfonned their jour-neyB at Hio siimerate-: mi that �ome-tiiiies there is tweiity of them together, which disperse np and di>wn, that they and other� aro to be had every where, as watermen arc to behad at tho waterside.   EveryboilT i� much pleased witU it, for, whorea.s, before coaches could not l)ft, hod but at great ratea now a man bay have one miirh cheaper." (iarrard was mistaken a))out the uni-verpal iwpulartty of thfr suheme. for it is on record that many of the trade.i-mcn protested against it.   They said that when ladies and gontlemen walked the streets they liad time to stop and riiftke imrchases, but now they wore whi.skcd by in hnckney-oachcs they did not have either a clmnet; to inspect tho  goods or buy tlu'in.    Lixlging-house keepers on the jirincipal streets also complained that the noiae made by the new vehicle.s drove their tenants to seek ijuieter iitiarters ehsewhere. Noxious Moonlight. The injurious effect of moonlight is almost ft ubiiiuitous belief, and. though an erronoouH one in its literal keiise. i.* founded n|sui experience which makes it jirobablo that nirwiilight nights oftea coincide with atmospherie conditions that exorcise a noxious Liulueuce ujioa (hiy creatures, especially men, pigeon.s and horses. If the chUdcon of the Vicatan Indians are playing ontdior.-* in the eveu-! ing, their jiarents are sure to ilriva-j till in in a.s soon a.s the moon risOs, lest ; it should make them night-eye.l and [ unlit for day lalwr. For similar rea-i sous the Fronch-Turcos screen their i eyi's with the fringe of their turban* ' during a miKUilight marci, and most ' s^iiloi'T oil a man-of-war endure tha I eltluvia of a cock-pit, eveu in the tjop-; i.'s, rather than shcp on deck whero ' the lu.s.n initrht shine uisin their i ey.Ii.ls. The Neil] olitau beggars, who roam bare-heade  with a maj Hityof mun ; and army oili(; i. limniur. i to y\o���at�� biikiuwoik -ii-id alwhuUiiu. t'a.so.s hvim vilhttf cAiiicj huvu uo( be Mouiu akuo UUtiialolii     \ et t ctu-iutt.s! > . tUv ttavtvuau is nivAtut  vkUkou^ ltllUlkU�^ thitu utialvit, IU> uuiuUu > lud \u t^ftwou leuin, v lU> thai W tlw I'ttUAale lusaue tloui th(^ ..hiuu ca^�tM k�.> utUvdk uiviw ili�'a dx.utdutl la th� lUu>' t s^'Habu uf (niiiiu'ili'i^ >>li4ti4 lAtuiu.i Uj�W UWly lUAviu eib lltu dvlcllilUil tinu p i�ui; 01 ixillwo a|wu  >U lll4i lltK luiiau iau^'O 4tu tu  Wu^ttt     .hutWi ^>4(k>4. vtfiMii. ia iuM IJtMt tU� �utiMi|^iui ttrtil u( >.Hfii�it       uut dttiHtltd u4 ItMMtUimi Vaicw . (lolu uputir �ui�k>wl-I� ihaA you, tUruld, dtiari^ ituggiuaou �ilt a Jia^uiiMKl ~ \iM, daiatoal. \\i)xi� 1*�|>�'� aali-vp tu ib t viv'lt b�t�
                            

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