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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - July 25, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XUl. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1890. NUMBER 18. BUSINESS DIRECTORY CHUROHES. OONaBXOATIONAL CnUROn-8�moM M*k ^kbbtth U U o'clock >. m. Bindir Bcboel U 3V m.  MarrlcM tub Habbtth tcou , lowu. -p r. FiiisniK, M. 1). Plifaluian and Sar({enn, atoro. Office over K�iatin;;'ii Uanlwart T. J. RICK, BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER. Agmnt fnr SaUontU H1�mm�hip TAnm ami Orr^ tnan /MHropMM Co., of rrtrpori. III. ! cr.n K�n i^loamfthlp tickotJ. ani can bnng your rilt-n-lsor BfOd thuui. Alwiys rtady to ylTo mfo:m;iUoD. ^ T. J. BICK. AlJeu. !>. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEN, IOWA, notary Putilic, Real Estate, Im PETER TftYlOR, -DEAIiBn IN- Live 8tock, GRAIN, Seeds & Coail. ALDEN; IOWA. WII.X.IAM KXATOrO. Dnln la Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Pockit ind Tible Citliry, Tinware & Woodenware, lb* liT^flit and flatit itock of M&EATIMi} STOVES &BAR6Q latb* nuiket. WILLIAM   KKj^THNl, Aldan, lam Farm Inana nr�oil�'�.l on long or ahon ttnio at low raU'i, of Inloroat. A Ifu-^o Hat of iniproT�d and unimproved IiLDils for lalo. RICKSECKER'S PERFUMES Sl'RPlSS all Ccmpttiiort in QU1UT1 Md SHll Ttf I.T.r^'f xartrij-.rriiiililt-oclrtrtsind U�tln� quiJUf >f Hi-. r*r(iitin-� Itawf m�-l� Ihrm cclrtjralrd ma4 t�tal.ii-lir,l their (jlr rTrr) IirTr 7h�y �f� prifrrrr4 1 fur til 'ir ri.-hn�-��.�trtf*ii  t i-ip�n t*rib. awrot bnatb mn t Blrradr tiilngll. RICKSECKER'S FACE POWDER 11 lal ffT. �, ri'. jet m.''l��llT tn �l�ll>lc, ilvr iuaU*. J*� It (Ji,. 1' Aiiil }>iti w til u>� It alwttj �. IMIO. RICXIECKIR, PERrUMtl, MIW TORL HOURS TO BETWEt-N CHICAGO AND POINTS ON THIS LIIIE BT TAKtKO l^HIS SHORT ROUTE. NOTARY PUBLIC, teal Eitatc, CoUectioi ant Imrasn JH^l^iVJ^,    ....    IOWA. Farm and Town Property worn kALK AKD UNT. BANK OF ALDEN, B�HJ. BISD3ALL & SON Alden, Hartlln Counlv, lowd. CONNECTIONS AT KI.DOK.i JUNCTIOX with the Chlrnpo nivl Ni>r!liwi>Mrr!i Hailwiiy for Tarns ( iiy, C'^dar l{;iiiiiri>' 111 .i'irruWfj ni tli.-v .Uty i'diitiol � I" 11     ij'"' Til 'imii't, I M liii-rr> fdlliirii '' -t). I'', inv 1 nji'.uiT.*'!, -ll I- Tl... ^ iii.iii: r.lIXllKMPSKVSKEdTAL BV opii: p. iii:ai). bout tho lu|{i) of her chair. A chiikep, �iiifjliiR tho Inr.y aonn of "\tiynig time,' Lopp�il up into th" iloorway, "Shoo," �he crioil. "The chickoua arc about to take tho iilaeo," "lint lliiit ain't got nothiu' to do with IIKN Hill Hoinimoy innrrloil Till llarwuU tlioru w:is ;;roiit hur-priHo iu th*j Nulibiu jtiiJRi' nui^'hborhooil. Hill wiiH woithy of reHpoct aud wuh re-h ported; ho �a� wor'.hy of coiilidonco anil Ijail boon intrUHt-111 with a eonuty office, yet when lio ninrried lid llarwoll there wad heard, at uxery turn, muroiuta of aHloniahmont. Tul �ai a beautiful (jirl, and wai much vonnROr thnTi Hill; hor form, luiti iii:cd In- auy art. but with a woodhliko Mildness of �lo\cloptnoiit. wa4 of *-\'pu-^ito ^^riieo, rinii hor hair wan of i;entlu \i a'i-uo��, like tho ripplo! ears ato -aud asked her to marry him, she shook nlF the mi'-cliiovouH aire of tho biauty, took up tho serious oxprcBRion of a thoughtful woman and lousonlcd. Bill owned a little old IokTioubo, stuck tip on the si'lo of a hill, and thou^'h viewed from tho country road it might have seemed a dreary nlnre, vot slandiug in -the bai k door, liill could look down and sco tho wild plum bushos bending/ over tho crystal wntcr of tho creok -could eee a Kroon meadow fiir down the stream and coulil he.ir the soni; of tho rain crow. KcTcral years passid. Tho Kossips reluctantly a'yrocd that liill and his wife were hai'iiy, that is, ri a^onably boppy, for tho wo-eips novor submit to a comple'to surrender. One div while Hill was away from homo Ned l;oystoa came to tho house. Tal came in when slu* hoard fooi-Dteps, and upon seeiiii; tho visitor stood ipiug hor hands on hor iipion. SUo had bet'U waahint;. and a bubble of suds on her hair, catching a iii> of light, tbt^heil like s diiimoud "You've about fori.;ot nie, hain t von. Tal-Mi/. IIom|.s,.y ".So how could l'fo;.;ol >ou when I seo you itt church iioiirly ovir. Muulny ' Sii .lown." "Ves, you sac nio " Ne,l replied, ,ii;ii; hiui^idf, "i-ut tti sou liC^e; ..j-e.ik to t;.,.- I 'low.d tUiit you hitd -lini fci,;ot luo " " 1 iicvi-r fori;t't a fi lou.l, "Much ob!i;;u.l. 'i ou K>ok iii.hI. -il .loN*n   >outso'f."   ^;h�J   Aai   ito�u.   No I COUtll.Ui-d, "You ilo a gOki 1 ilo.il i>f luiril work, .lou't > ou.'" "No morv than .iu\ ot.,vi woiuvu. I reckon.' 'You do iiioro I'.tiu I d lo: ui\ w i    do " i '\un. all lll^'u t.iU tlial M  s bololu tlio> I al\* uon ru'vl. .Vi'd noma of ttu'iu uio.,u m hal thj, a.iv I al- o[ Nil.. 11 uipioy." "liui tho uiv'oiit.v of thorn .lo not ' "1 Who* v�ui� that doe^.   'V>1.  if you havi iii.mu'd luo YOU uo�i:r ^vould h.,.l to woi k tuiiio ' ' V^o^ lot voiii iiuiilijf s,oik � "\v>i. but 1 Mouilut U-v >ou woA \ � lah ^ ou tta I LuAi I .o.i uiv, U.l uii I .ilu t bc�u h^po I tlti^lu hour .ou  t *l ,lu 10..- I   ,444  04i4   l'.4440 .4 t .,4 M�.44 a,...Olo I    Iv,    .,,...,1.0,1,^       .,15 f4iH   t'4    ,4r  o i . I    ) 4i 4, ' S4.    ' �T.4I     ttvill    i'41  4 4,4, %U.i 4*   .U.4   I 4.4     lWl|44 ,ta4Ua 10,4 4 44 ,4 4,*,  ^44..   ,MU...4    t    1-^    1W4*    *�   a4.^�4l4A    l^.t Uuw �,u* t iw ^4i4iai   �U4,ii  luu � ttvtu ,Uln!lU* t�\w>lU     U*.''^   kMJ" u.� ;oii bold on now. lot mo ^et thronKii-" Sh" ha i moved iinpatii-ntly. "Man Diat don't 'prociHto viiu; anil I'vi-bcon ;liiiikin' that I would como over hero and- -and ii-^k you to !U!i away witli me. \S'ait. Tnl - jdoaso wait. ' She hud Bprnnj; 10 her feet. "! iist li-ten tome a minit. I'olks uster think sou was hapj'V. but they know- you ain't no�. 'fal. iilea^^e wait a iiiuiute. Y'ou won't tt-U Hill, will you':' (dj.vou won't do that. I know. W'u under-tau 1 i-iich  other. Tal,  don't  �o> Tal, ol:. Tal-*   She   van  hnstonius; down the slope toward tho wild-plum biifihcB. "Iiou't Hay anythin-.;," ho shouted. "lUiut, for if .sou ilo there'll bo trouble. � "What- the niattor. littio Kirl" Hill asked thai evening as he was eating his supper. 'Noth;n-.- 'You  don't   'pear to bo as bright as usual." "I thought I was." �JJutyou ain't. .Thar-s some new calb-o ill my saddlo-btii^'s ttiat 11 iiiako sou as putty a dre-s as sou ever m-i-.I. liot rod aud yaller '�pou on it that slnncs like a siiiiliowor. Look hero, littlo ^miI, t'.rir s Hoiiiethtu" tho malii.'r with you and you nc'-dii't sav thir ain t. Coiuo her*? nosv." Hi- ��hovoil his i-hiiir back trom the table aiil look her on bi^ la]!. "You know tirit's somothin' wrou-.'. now-, aud you uir je-i tryin' to fool u.i-. J huvi-n t ilone notli:n' to hurt vour i^-, I.u's. luno I.-" -.So." "Ili'-n what's tl.e in iio:.' 'ih. don't cry that way." Sh-- so: 1 ..l on hi-4 sbo-al-ilor, "You'll niako think that I ain't the : .-ht sort of a hu- and. if yo:i koep oil. .Mebbo I ain't, loo I'lo. '.yttin' oUt anil s-rizzly, and I am i L,-ood.Umk-.n' no-li(i-4, wliilo you po ir to u-it Mitlier and pntior overs-"day." "I'lll." she -ai4l, putt-.u:,- her iirms aioi.i.'l his uei-k. ' yo:; iuu--ln i talk-you iu-.~i rt think th.it way, Yia air tho be-i man that ever iiv.il. siid if yo I'U pro:m'e not to gut n; id 1.1 toil you -,.liat ail-, uoi. "1. .w mo. child, I coul ini git mail if I n-ai,'i d to. " told him: be sat for a fusv ninnioi.ts iu .1 -i'.ouco of deep njodilatiou, an i then, SI n li a brightening couuteiiaiice, saiil cliio-: fully: �\Nliy. that ain't iiolbin to ^Mt uuul hIo!.'chile. It's all :ii.;lll; iin 1 l.t nio toll sou that any man after seciti' y.m a fo !imes is bound tn Kiso sou. and 1 ri�-'\4''i ho woulil be ss illin' to lun iss.is "Wo all jiuo him in thinking eo," said Talbot. "Much oblcegeil." He Btoo-'.1   bos    tllU. S4y;4J I. 1 ilbiil's , oro, iiolpr  come-,   bill � �'. looking out I    b.'Sstsui    UlOSod lloiui list n.'-ii ssoll i,. 4i0 1,1:11, 'I'll..-It.- b.uik  oi � it �c|" b up   1; sllO He 1 ..    I       1:4 .1   Oil .-.'I f,I'lll Mr Ibikei's ri-.i one s|'i lU'.; \4 h.-u tlii' i.-.- ; w .Is I'l .-.iix 1,14; ;ip, 1. -s; ,1 M; r. ,k. 1 S4 4s ask.sl I4 th. liii.'ial. S4 !ii,h hi- liill . hi: o ,1 li.o, -e mil 4-.i: !..- 1.'Ill Ill's   ill.- lu-.iro-1 1:0     ills' lU,-,.     no   t ll4 ISl-l N.'tblllK    44,4,    -,41.1   .lis.,It     j.1,4  1114.* llllll     lltbl-l      I'l      llil      M   I      U-Os    ,1      tils S leliS4'4        \  .  � t b-  44 lul.�   ,IP.. I \4 .nil .   :,;i otbi 1   ile.tlli   i' l  1-   llie   iilii il Ml   I'.aki-i .4 a 4 a,;.4iii ,4 t4.' . "li.l.u 1 til.-   s,.|4l4-e..   44 bull   ll.-  .lal    ihi.   IlIU. LIGHT   MOODa, iiiaii  U 104, .'III!'. .,4-44V4-. 1114/llto 41-111.^ 111 U     4 itllll      4gi,lll    4, I', ll 1144*114.11 I bo      ,U-Vt      4|'llil^    IU4 t      lllol bi'l     l',4 � 'Oil     .4 .4 .,4 Ml li,,koi *-4 4 4ibll^4-4l lo lu.ik.- Iklif^iiit no . 4.     lo       .lot     itU'     lit   >t      1111.4',     b-      CMli,4k^4- I'll.    I1I4144    li.o    laiii.i-,    4.�it    U4   \li Tsii rniiM -('l/lorofiiriii. Cm.i.iI) til oriloi-   'I'ljc liarle.-]ili>r. Tin miMi siii'i'0?i "n': 1)1' a ('lain.    If ynu'vo gut to 1"' aiictliiiig iif till- 'hind. !) a iiiinl ttir-ilo.   Ihi'ii ynti may have sonio snap to u. Wriiavf'it on rclialdo antliority thftt a :;.'o.l ileal of tlio tiiiic -pent by voting l.iilii's aiiil gent bii.0:1 in parlois goe-i to w ili-t. I'.'.sT .N Ho; -r,Ri 1:11:1; Is not ihi'i liiniii of ii'c rat her iliniiiiiitivi''^ r..liti' Ii-ei;iftii .slioiil.l     reinoiiibor, n.adam. that colil eontiacts. "I TiiiM. I Uiiiisv luiw." said the man w hii had taki'ii the tsvonty-i'i-nt pioon lor tw-i-iily-tivi'. "svhiit is nioaul by tho i-\pri-ssi.)ii -i',iiitriicle.l iinarters,"* I'.ii-M V - Hiisc Shorts Iftufjheil i�t Fogg's .stiii-t IV svhil.. ago. I ilidn't think It scry funny. Wilks-1 ilidn't; lui! ^-linrts had jiist lioforL- Isirnnvccl r.v.. dollar- ti-..iii I'ogg. Ml;. dA-"n--I -asv -oini'tliiiig lo-i]�y tliiit svoiil.l n.akc a iiiair.s hair stand on i-ti'l. Mrs, .las..11 I; r;ii'ioiis ! What svas it'.'   Mr. .Ia-"ii  -.\ boitl.- of lutl- elhige. "11's I :.oiii..li to kind ol -our a man on Iiuiiiiii iintiiii'." -aid the' tianip, "sib.'11 y..;; stnji i.i coiisiili.t- h..s\ ufloii you'ro r;in. d l;i/-. l.e-aii-i- ;.o-i wnii'l do a 7.".-i'4'iit job at sassin' w...,l for a l.'i-I'l'iit bieaklasi," Fills I l'..r: I am ._-,i;ng to oet .'v,,'a ss^tli the I'.lit'T oi iho .V.,';..o/ .1/a-M-r'.4,     M-co.i.l   I'o.'t     H..W.'     I'irst I'oi-i   -I've  s,.:.t  llllll ;i 1.....111. an.l I'vo |ois.i!ieil the niiU'ila^''- 'Jti til',' r. turn ens i-l..1144. * I'lU-r Ti.AMl- pointmL' to a -.-:iri>-I'losv ill a coriiti.'bl l.o.k l.isikee lIu'M': S.-i-oiuri'ranip - .M;-! My' Wo iiiust L'it out 11' this, do ;1.1.- -i'liok. 1 hey'v.- i-aiiglit oiii' of ii.s f. lb r.s anil nailed hini to a pole. TnsMi'-lb-g pardon, �^ir: can ymi '�Ip a pore Ii'.an'/ Ivo but iir. wim-e, and iioss Fin out o' work ! t 'Id gi-iitlG-inan 'bit of work boi-ail-.- you lost vo-ir soii-4'' .Vr.'Soii a v...-altst ' Tiamp -No. .sir: 1 -ell.s lisii' *-ii)i. cliildn-ii I Yoii are so nojsy t,,-lav, t'an't you lie a litllo -tilbri- anil b-'tlt-r'-'" "Nosv. graiiilnia. ymi mnst be a liltlo i-oiisidorato and nut sodd ii.s. Villi si'i'. if it wasn't for iis ymi Wouldn't bo a giand.iiia at all." Wli 1.--Til."- say th,' I'a-t .Street-Mus4-uiii Ills li.'i-.nii' a iiotoriou-ly bad phii.....f   late.     I'.ill--S.>   it   li:'is.    I svoiibliit want any ili-ii-iit pi-ison t 'r. -1  It; - : -' a li.a;i 1; .�4.-1.. r ..� inn H. .. 'ik M \ 4  I!'. �-11, �...IS .- b. .� -la.I ',  -1.1 ,.1m ai 1 111     b. .1.1 boll. ,V    11   4 a 44:1,; 1.-Is-. ;. 1 111 1.11 bn:. 4 lb......1;: .\N    I .1 -,-.i: ,k: i..l: e!v . ub: I'l.l s "� 'lb -N..;l. 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