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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - July 25, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 ' ■  /-'■■ r *S!" mm !/ ♦  xsfb  VO Ll.NI K XIII.  ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, .II’LY 2.'), 1«»".  NI MBER 18.  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  J =  CHURCHES.  OONORrOATIONALmrRCn S*r»1e*s MOH  Sabbath at ll e'clocft a. rn. ffvndwr beb-el at It ta -'wm.ws wweh Bai.bath stwbIhj. lur J  <1.    Ii I> , pant <r  OE HK AN NL R tlttTRCH Serries »r*rj Rn!, tar a* IO JO o'«M a rn Praa. Ling •fury «*h*r Ran.tn* Hon.Ut School at It a in *T#t* Run.Ujr Prwrrr luvMtitig arar? TtiursJwy stowing at 7 o'clock.  OE UM AN LUTHE RAH rflPRrn •urrlcaa ♦Tart Habhath at I -J J o'ci «-* a. m. Hun lajr •chun! imujsvlistwljr aflat morn lug swrvtrvis.  II It CSC Hen Hot .I W Fourth, Pastor  ftorvi a# atari Sunday at ll ii . -k a. rn and •if pm. Clat'malting at I 1  clo-I a in •T *rv Ubbttk I‘ra»#r mwntlug Story l uri la; ar, I I bura lac stoning*.  SIMPSON t consm  ——DEAI.BRU IU a--  Giain, Lint Sink  COAL,  ALDEN, -    -    IOWA  SOCIETIES.  Winona, IU., foal, Warranted 05 Per Cent, Furl.  RADIANT LO DOR, No ma. a F a a U,  MUI rr.• at in r«tftilar a minim* ai I n on th* I rl-<1at ar nm* on or bater* Ilia full tn<««, at rn a nt ll tit. Ai tan. Iowa X’l ti ti ag hrstiitoii ar*  cor!;* I, ! nill al Ll atta.,I. b L. I late* W k.j It W I r slkct, Scaratarr  ALDEN LIDHAIlY AND Bl! ADI VO Tiooxf-In L. vn. I Hoi; Im* 0|>rn ai arr lay an I •Tat.it , Nnnlaf mri lr I Yswrl) SIO * rip ti-th. i i anta. Ut*. I' E lurry PrssiJ.i-t, BU, laittlv Taylor, S«Kf< Awry  ALDEN LODI IE. Vt    AA I ODE    M*.t,  •▼ary ’.tain « lay storing at lr lay , Hall VUItlr.c l r. ti,ran ar., ..Dally tun: J tv at-Mat. i. I. ll. Join *, tine rn*, wry.  AL: EJC Lo POK No    I-A A. O TW    M.*.f*  At Buoy'* Hall. I., ic. ar tucs-tlngs    I ai l  liat l j .tar an .It , of aa, h Hi nth AU WI," ti II in nu ar . , -.tlwllr tnnt. I to at tat* Et n , r*, VI AA , J roujlmiou. Ba-Curd r  I ii. 1 1 » Lormi F No I K of r Xboflr.irt th* t i*t an i ttiir I I in I iv un rung* • f aa* h att «t. lh in I lUr a Hail. a..ring Km, bt* al. •rata w.    M J.    I nun. C. t.    I. L.  VI MHT, h of ii ani .H.  PETER UkYLOR,  -DEALER IN -  MAUK J. FrilltY,  A I torn#, and f.ulnar tor at T aw  Pr> rn t Btl* ti. n art an tm- Ile f fin* OS*TM I t.e a Urn a t, a M< ie. A Men. II .ii.ii JouDtj, Iowa.  Live Stock,  GRAIN,  Seeds & Coal.  ALDEN, IOWA.  p r FRISBIE. M. D.  Pkjralclaa and Snrgaoa.  Al Un I we UK ca over hr at n. a Hart wart  Ut >r«  T. J. RICK, ~~'““ ==!   BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER.  Agral /Arr Vdli.ntii tlnam.Aln 1.4a# amit Oar* •nun InMrnaw Ila., mf AWoparf. IU.  I e-n tell  G t*amshlp t chria. ani can tiring your titan Ii. r •• nil tht u, A,way. ready to girt* info: rn .tin, a. ^ T. J. HICK. Ai ten, la.  J. A. BUTTON^  ALDEN, IOWA,  Notary Public, Real Estate, Lear  INN! HANCE ACIENT.  WILLIAM KEATING.  Dealer In  Healy and Shelf Hardware  Pocket and Table Cattery, Tinware 4 Woodenware,  th* iarwaat aud flnaat a torii at  V t HEATING STOVES & RANGES  Ut the mal Vet.  WILLIAM KEA TIMO.  Aldea, I awm.  CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA  RATIj  Farm loans nevo'la'e-l on Ion# or whorl ttmo at low rat** -f Internet.  A .'arg* lim ol lni|>roTad and unimproved Jab.la (or aal*.  RICKSECKER’!  II PERFUMES  B B sums ii Cc*pr i»i ii quiuti ut snit  Ti I fi*' vsrlHlf.ff <j* Heil* tor* ftSfci i MAA fur 4*9 ill lf I if i    * '    . .'.av r»‘* Jo* lh- rn t - >(    «i-4  »•* .    .??.    ' i.ftur' * .♦ re Th* y *r» pit f* rr* 4  ^T f * MH H *U'^*Iii-« BA I Oft. will I  • her* St n i  ml bo last ti  ^    JM«t    tlnififGl    fur    I    Av    sea    bim!  t  AICXSECKER'S TOOTH POWDER  ■ In. »r, • . i - r ,n »•! th. Biwa l’..w J.r in • list-, . ;i k  ,r»n|.    • -ad I##th •»*c4 Lmntb in t ruby  fun.- P J rn.i I-> if yoviwrs ludUrswdy sung It.  RICKSECKER'S FACE POWDER  ten*.i,.. . . l,,*t,..t In I .rwmrnt **»rf WI  r .- TV*  lint.lt ' »• JTTl Bl <U»llT In • I.ll.IT, Sn. »U»V ti now. »'•• It MUI r knit J 'J » 111 *»• It atwk) k  imo. lioucim, rmfUHta. mw tool  Shortest, Quietest aid Oily Direct Line  nrrwr.tN  ALDEN, IOTT A FALLS, ELDORA, AM) CHICAGO, HIL*ACKEE AM) ALL LISTER*  FOISTS.  Passengers Can Save  FROM  2 HOURS TO S  BBT WEBB  CHICCO IND POINTS ON THIS LINE  BY TAKAKO  THIS SHORT ROUTE.  m W. emOOBJBTT,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  Beal Estate, ColMoi ani Insurance  AGENT.  AJMDEN, .... IOWA.  Finn and Town Property  FOR KALB AXD BBXT.  BANK OF ALDEN,  BENJ BIRDSALL St SON  Aldan, Hardin Count*, I ut* J.  EXCHANGE BOUGHT intl SOLO.  Cwllei'tteua suede a Njiwlallj 4 awe J e I aaa aa He ai iatala.  ROBERT HOLMES.  !• an aa IN  I limbo!,  Brick,  I Vnu'ut  .uh! I UUY  CONNECTIONS AT  Kl.DOK k JTX MON with th* Chlcnjfo  ai: i Northwestern Hailway for Tama t iv. Odar Ka| i U. t Sinton, Chicago. Milwaukee, bes Moines, Council Blunt, Si baul. Min neap*'I « an I ail pointe lo Dakota. Nebraska, k ums aud the West.  KI DOK I with the C ntral Iowa Ilail-  way for (pilots North and South  IOWA FALLS with the B , C It AN.  anil lam >!•> Central Hallway*, for Water-1 > bubu.ju* burt Dod|je and Sioux I'njr  For all inforation about E'reijfht or  I'a*»enger Rate* apply I « our lo* a1 ideals or a. Kl re sa the tumoral Freight and baa vouger A<*nt al Eldora Iowa  JOHN PORT Kit,    W S. POUT tH,  Ok. ik I Olm mo jet    U    S’    omU f A.  Aloin  ^ PERFUMES -  — liana *•»• Fvnwaaa im Ta*  LANO OF FLOWERS I  DOUSSAN’S  SwMt South  to I ma. Sawto ataaw Ama, a.nt«a  KACH IMI Cf UTA.  at mo OUN aa iito tut* ara* tat .na*  ITI MS UMM I SMUSi MSU I UMM I    MVAM I  bVMPf At AL Film I NOU Af CL. NORI  •PCM tuuoun I L IL. T Of tnt VA LL. A ¥ I • a rn -Ut RIH NIL NCCIDL A I  Ha -Vi vii## I SI SUNNI li’ll ANil    x#if|    H&miM*,  kiwi -- ohm a.*.A jawwMlti W *< rn f la#«L   M     *v    *    awnak  I **»•«• Mi A* kl.ta^  MJkWk L-nTJB IMMAX . awa ma rataaa nu««in ga,  4# * *w - k» mn Ma, hww, #> 1*111 .1,.!, A *w.  A KI DB CB ll KH RAMBLE.  ar M\im a i. wtiiit  l h* tun hat Hunk In gK<rr  I af In ’tl« w i'kl ww*»  TI ■ in - ti - w.ft «iit*r in lmn<  II a# tam i titan 'It* .tar.  Mr I iri a'l't I krwrw walkli ti  \ WD lh* gi*k*r tan*  \Xt' ii tin ut.!, th* .atl.iriiii, 'taikl,eta Thcri lau. aery of jam.     -ti lls-.    Ii !*I rtr.1 me ,      -I. It    ■’SII. stiff, tin      XX 1,1. tv I IO*)    Iii.- I,WA (us* I      I- I- - •    I r til UU I •’ '      ta ml    . rv f,,» mr  1       •oi l    i v l.tvr, i *4      I- I*    11 . Id ■ . w ■      .....  J about lh* I*(pi of hi'f chair. A fbi hap.  Hinging th* iar.y Bong of "laytiin tim*,* ' hop|>»il up into th doorway, “shoo,* ahi- ort* I " I ha chu'keim ara about to I taka th | 11 *.*  'Hat that ain't grit nothin’ lo do with  I * A**     m     k  IU IJJ I i:m psi; \ ski;< ITAL  i v oi-ir. I-, in:ad.  A MKN Dill Hi np«-\  marrbd Tai Harwell than’ w in gfi-it kttr-priwe in lh - Sui bin I.blgi neigh) orhnod. Bill am wtuthy of rewpei t and « ia MN Sp - St ad J he aaa worthy »f rouhdaaca 6*. . iud in I .. ut ru*t> id with a county office. yet when ha iu*ma4 'fat Harwell ll i ra w«» htard, st i ier? turn, rn rmut« of sotaniabment.  Tai w.i« i btantiful girl. an I wa* much lounger (bv Bill. b< \ form, unti Di ed br any urt. (tut with a woodmike wild* ne-k of -.avclonal ut, vu* of • \ grni’S, rind lier hair « is if gentil- mu i-ua»*. Uke tLe rippb - of a sun ray i .it h-In • ro till-1.  Dan taome young fc I Iowa*-Ned Boy*, ton, n bolt- I <>t (oui bald of corn v ta this rear the hi-, it in fbe Ueigbliorhond, and l’till Highti aer, aj.n hid |U*.t built a navr doubl* log-hotikc. • alnka I and daubed, pal I davoU-d court lo the • i »uty, int when oil Bill etna along old Itll with u ii ar o i ar oui eye whom » attar kicked him 'car* ago and e»ked her to marry him, ahi shook off the tuDcbK to ii air* of the I • ante, took ui> the aarious exprekkioii of a thoughtful womau and onaented.  BUI owrn d u little old loj^iouac, ut ti k up on the si Ie of a hill. and though riaved from th* country road it might her* seemed a dreary place, Ti t ataudiug iii-the ba-k door, Bill could look down an.I see the «i; I plum bushi « bending orer the cryptal water pf the creek coaid •et. a green rue i low far down th* stream aud rout I he >r the song of the rain crow.  Sereral vt-ara pa*-i d The goaatpa reluctantly agreed ti.at Bill and hia wife  S.*    .    .ti*-  ))i*-    *    J  what I ii- I-eon thinkm* o a nut you wantii to know it. bo y o : w outer know  ’I on n tell me if you waul to.”  “Sin ti tis  * Ye*., if it ain't bad."  * Db it aint bal." Be nut-ti-dc"I hi-I at, i t lightened    it SUI     1     j tlllng it  down a his h- a!. took    it    nil, ami. U--  g nnlti^ to twiwt it again, - I  • 'I'* I <••- ta thinkm th > t yon wins happy Din with a man ti. • don't 'predate \..iit hold ou nu i let me gel throng Sh* bal mot. I impatiently “Min t ti don't 'proc all you. and I d lieen bink til* that I won I come over bere a* d aud a-k    yon to    run    away with  me. Mart 'I I please w    ut    She hill  sprang i her feet. * I a et 11 •> t e ti to me a mi nit. I ulka oater think you wa* bai | v. but they know you ain't now. Tai. plea-* wait a minute You won t tell Bill. will you' ob \ on wont do that 'know. We tinder tan I • ach other, Tai, don't we-Tai, OI I si—* she * «■ haatening down the alop* toward the wild-pluru bush- a "bon t *a\ anrthitig," he shout-  |  #<L I»*>ti t, for if you do there ll Le trouble  “What* the matter, little irir! " Bill asked that etenmg aa he w.ts eating his supper.  Not!, n."  “You don't jeer to Ie a* bright as usual.*  “ I tho igbt I wav"  ‘Butyou ain t, .Tbs: - some new « nil o ic my Nadlle-bkg* th at TI make rot] a-I utty i dress as you eke *-•• I. t.ot r,-d nu I y aller spots c«u it tbnt ai.mea like a -untiower. Look here. I.tile gal. thirst eon et bm' tho mat’-r with you aud von n- ■ iud sav th r arn t Come here now " ll- shoved bu i I ar ba k from the tai Ie tai I took her on bis hip. "You kl.ow ti. a s somethin WD* 1  \ now, and you ult je-t trrin to fool    J Liven I dom  not:, n to hurt your i . im s. Lave I  “No."  “ I hi n what's the "et ’ fib, doll! err shat way "Sh    I    on b s shoulder "You'll make    th.-ak that I ain't  the    hr sort of a bu' »n I if va ; ke#p  on. Mebbe I aint, tv I :    ettiu' oil  an I griz/lr, and I im I co d- ooh u* uo-ho i wltile you p a t > git J Utiler an I I ntt ■ r aren day.  "I ill," she 'aid, putting ber amu . I bis neck, ' to in-istn t talk — vod j Yon air th< md if vo til  *W ,. HI jtne him in th aking *<>,“ sa: I Tai! of  “Much obleeged." He atoovl loin ma a. anni Iii* • outlier, and, moDSg hi* hat. I car# lecaly, touched a rnaty cheese k Ie “Bob, what do von keep kich a onery-looking knife aa this for '”  ‘Sharp enough to cut cheese with. I reckon, Bill.*'  Yes at that s about all. Han I me that whetrock fWerthar and let me aliet the point. Blamed if I berend ant to l>e doin' somethin all the time. W all, feller*, I seed aul I, in tother we. k, while I was down m Knoxville. IL al laid orer anything I err r did see before I went to I th atar. l eer at one, Ned "  “No. don’t lielicve I w ,s."  •"Wall, now if you've ewt-r teen el one you’d know It, Bill replied, lnduetri-oualy wh iling the poim of the knife. “Why. it kno ks i school evhiidlion  - Tiler than a a* orch* I pup I n<»ar did wee stoh a show."  “Any ho*eea ta it ' BobTaBot asked “Oh, no. ii all t*i k i I c,> m , house Iii tell you how it was at ill Whetting the knif. . It was | Bvi in . regular j *-rt. i, I-like. But it lot* st-d nag tty mural. It p- ara that a rutin r old 'Blier bad mar-led a Hither vonu ■ g ii he put lh* wbet-stone on the counter . > powerful pour gal, too. Well. one tim* wn*n the old feller w I, u t itiout the ho-.se, a young  - ii a j * that Ii id want. I to mam her a good w|.ii* ! I fore. h- com- in and got to talkin' to r. aud the tipshot win that ho want* i ber to run iw i* with him.'  I “''0,"eaid Bob Talbot.  Yes ir,“ continu i old Bill, “war ted lo r to run am . k -month away w th L rn. Wall, si.-toll ber husband, bul be order laughed, L -I I. Mid Towed that didn’t Idame the filler mach Bat (ho f .n ime nftei ti, it, I he old feller stau I up here, N*-l, and let rn abow von. Hang ll, etaud up; don’t pullback ike i I.vin boss. Ii,, old Blier got bim a knife Lout i k-« th; , iud bo wont mto .» room wLur the yo-i g faller ai*, Now. roo stand r bt t i    ll- walk in this way.  iud nsitlicr .-i-of them - irs , wor t. lcit stood an I In i • I at each oil., r bout like *i are dom , but all at once the old feller lifts up th* knife th;- w lyumii — Tfmr, f/nu .t .# ,/    .    untftl! ’  He pion i the knife into N'i-1 Koy-•ton s b east burel the blade in the fellow s I os, in I ae h* palled it out, wliilo Koyatnn lay on lh* floor. dstd. he turned to hi- terro -atncken friends. ,nd exclaimad:  “He wanti I my wife to run away with him. ) oye!  “lf you wanter hang me. ITI tie th# rope.  "You don t Then good-by, ami uoJ hie** roil."  t think th t w man that ever av :«# not to get n:  were ha] py, that is. r. a-onably happy, for the gOsatpe never eulmul to a complete •urreuder. Out* d«y while Bril was away from home Nevi I.ceston came to the bouse. I a1 came in when she heard footsteps, and npon seeing the visitor stood (ping her hands on lier apron NU* ha I I-*»■ ti washing, and a bubble of node on her hair. catching a ia , of light, ti ished like a di iruuud “You've alout foigol me, balut yon. Tai Mir Rn-mpsey?"  “So how could I forget you wheu I see you at church Ucarly every Nundayr- bill down."  “Yea. you ae* rn- “ Nevi replied, netting hiuisi-lf, " ut as yon ne-e sj e*k to tne I Towed that vou had dun forgot me “  *1 u«v, r forget a friend “Much ob ige I 'iou look tired -it iowu youraef.* hhe sat dowu. Ne Ii on! tutted  “You do a gov) I ileal of hard work ) Ion » ) on?"  No more than auv ut ct worn in, I reckon  ’ You do more thau I T let un wife do " I "Yes ai' Gut-u I >lk that w » before tho.  • married. *  ii.A s out* of tin in mea i wha; they aw lab or Mb ti uipsey,*  * but the ut vjoi tty of them do out *  “I know MOK that does. rd, if you had man v I me von never would had to • nit Ueud  You lei your- toother woik *  "Aes hut I woo. iu I let vou sulk ] , wieu - OU ha i rn ai • a, i me, I al lot I aku I tues happy * single hour i«u e v<>u told me thai you woul.iu t, not a single owe I Uatui ie loudoi OI J ai .in.moo pu lditt  Iha-i IU vivid I hut t al k eat us v OM* a* u > e v on lo a«d that von uni iu i n. ar t y me tell Ute, tai Ut von haj pi -ttspp« a- *>,*i women I ta. hon "but moat w ninon avo t h soov  d I I toll you ihut oui n t git ma l if I  SIO!  rn  best  p.V» .  atis me.  "I w me. child, I wa: - I to  >; told him: lie-At for * few mom. .ta nj n i Mice of deep meditation, un i then.  wi I, a brightening countenance, naut che. fally  “Why. that ain’t nothin to .-it mad abo t. chile. Ifs ail right: and let me tell von that auv man after seem you n  few  reek  wrb  awa’-N o.  to I.  rn I •Y Talk* N.  •luj.-s is bound to love you aud I i he would    Ic w dim    to    run    vwav  iou. Why,    Ides* rnv    Bf    I    run  with you in    a maut    r ti AW.    h »w '  Iced. hi n> v    von ken    t    im.    - ti <•  lier for 'hat  i vou vuu t »a> Anything to hun : ii J"  v me, chad 111 tii*% jaewA u Ui-'er in th* w I. -o donN g vt »|{ uo nne.isiue* -  hilling tun w.v- fall ag >#v*ral ’.aclu ling Ned iBo ton. wet* sittiug I. I cibol s - or*  .tiler comr * Bill llvupsev ,* sad looking out  ,-d UU* v  liev stoa rn  ll  iv ut h I. as he  A *>hr*w,t Irisli Hot.  Dana I <)’<'uatii'll, the great Irish irratnr. when taking a rub* in the DtighisirhiMid of f.is hi>'i-'- liad noe*--i .ii to i'k an imTtin to open a gate for hint. I lie little fellnw conijui.d with much aluv-rity, and l.iokcd tip vcvii such a i ho .est pleasure af n a-tit-nilz lilt- sligii* s.-rvioe that OVon-r i * 11. By way of saying aoniethitig — an v thing —asked  **N\ ii it is v ii name. my lsiv  “l'uiiel t-t onnell, ic." replied he, m-utlv.  " And win A lr lathe;    i-i ,ande i  the astonished l.iberatnr.  " I tar lei tit. in Dell, -ir."  O’C'otinell m ute sd a w »rd <ir two I-Iiia Ins Breath, and : u . added aloud :  “When I s..ti agal;. I'll i .- you si'vjience."  Hi Iii g In i-klv in, lie s, ,."i forgot th--incident, aud f.-!l to thi-ikmg *»f graver mat tel s when, after t:a # ling - .me miles, he to iud his path obstruct, i b-.-(voine fallen timber, wliieii a Iv.»v was stoutly 4-udeavoring to temoM on looking more eloaely, he diseoveml it to l«i tile 'ame Toy he ha i met in the morning.  ‘'What " cried he. “how do yon come to I- here iiow ?"  "You said, sjr, the n*-\t tim*- you -e- ii me, yond giv# me sivjt, n»-e," saul fh>-little fellow, wiping th.- perspiration from las Brow  “Here it is." said Daniel; y a are my son -never a doubt of it  % I ii*r !l»«* 'Iitilwtg*r.  Iter, .'smith Baker, while ut Saco last We. k    I    Sd    v-f    ill expel ie he    once  had    while    holding a    pastorate    near  I la    Mio-:, -V V a > ... I • vl, ■ - I • !  . : iv I;' Ad 111    '    •    i    k    I  I >w. t iii 'ii Baker s rev *1.- -1 i- -i/v one >i’ii ,    -    hen    the    ie.  • : ,    ll    W .    ..    ,-a    a,    I    ;g    I    j    .    J  I    M    I    ..iv    a  t    the    funeral.    « hi, h Le    did  Idtgisl to hue a hoise and ca; riage to make the journey the nearesi I'ridg** la*tug - ne di*tauv-e Up tilt liver Nothing iv vs -a1 alsuit J * mg hun either f a hi* services of hrs . v v-v Av 'tie w Urie aft* i wards i death occurred t tire family  Be Si wav agent vsksl to iOlvduvt  jvsruo-s, which he vial that lime ;g a man lo rot* him iuum lh. aud Again with Uo man ti. a ol  J A A.  Otil VI t  TI  • aker w ii obliged , bt did the Ills III A ii urn the ll  va a 04 Abd -a Iv I  • vin vet v Attid lo  pa  next cpi Lug Ihv .od a-av YIi  u -lit i the -^‘vv 11.1 1  ■  ala, bv ow nags OI a ac, t Im ai Bahoi ,va* have av.iv •• Iii 10 m Si tach an av I I Aal ti As av* -a- th    I a ant Vi  s■    a.- . I wit « boh  via li t < * ai viand  1st  Mhi  LICHT MOODS*.  Bid f* ut ti < bion form t vt I. rti to order The bsrfender. Tut Bp es' aitccfssfltl af ail Allotter* I Des  W:' u o at sin fiow-ertiig thw lid lit the druggist  Iii! -fudetu who en not pa-s en  i latin st ion fix* |u»ntlv WpSfwRlwe n gr**i*f**r dirt i dtv ni ( assure  tt  -a1,mn. I* '    )*• a ciato If Tim v.. got to  - i Auv tiotig of Bn. kin I, I- a mttd tar I ie n ;• -a mar have »**n e ansp to  you.  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