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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - August 1, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                 VOlI' M K XIII.  ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, Al (O ST I, IWW).  NUMBER I».  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  CHUmCHES._  <’OMOHT.fi AT!ON A L Cit EROH ••me#* #•#% ftatc>»lb U U o’clock I. bb. latnlir taboo! ti J rn serries* Mel) D.l.ti.Ui .vailing, Rob, J  ti V.lln I* ll pasts’  OKJUlAM M. r. cimci- tarries* slurp Bot lav Mid kl o'clock a rn. Free- bing ...rf •thor ftun'.sy. Htin.lsy •» hcol it in rn. .vary Bu ml* v Prayer mss tit. a .vary TbursJay even  leg al 7 o'clock.  OIS MAM LUTHER AR rwtmcn tarries* av -r Habbatb al IO .ll oolxka Bl Milo lay School lnua«dlati<ly after in miu< services.  XI R. rSTTBrn Ita-v J W r#r«Ttta, Testor.  Ber■■ p-«s every Wun.tav al ll ablock a. rn anti OIA tip rn Clast tnaoi int; at JO ii clock a rn. av. > v oM.*tb I’ratrar misting « vary Tile* lay an i I mr».tar avcnlaga.  SOCIETIES.  RADIA MT Lonor,. No MVI. A f A A. lf., will tit-o| la rag iiar eemmuairail -a on th* Fri-<lav "ton.rig on or I-afore th* full moon. at Ma gobi Hall. Milan Iowa I tatting I’rat bran are cor ! ally Invltatl to attend. B L. Here. W. M.; R W I rocket. Hee rater?.  AI,HBM HRH IHT AND RT ADI S’fl R'X)H -ta Raymond Miililtiif open every day and avenin.', sunday owe pl ad yearly cnbarrlp. ll 'tn 5 anta. lit*. F K I’nrrj I’raaident, btl** I-otu* Taylor, Bocrvtary.  A I,DFS MIHOK Mn Alg, I O. O F Meets every Wednesday evening at I’tley a Mall N tailing brethren are ,‘.:;*Uy luvlt. <1 to attend, Ii. M. Juaaa, Meeretary,  AI,DTN M>I»tlK Sn HO. A O U. W -Meet* at Ut ley* Hall. Kenmar m<w tinge sseonta and leat Tuea-tav Otv-atngg i f et. h month. AH stoning tnemltara ar- cordially Invited to al ten I It. C. Ilug'-ra, lf W , J. Toui.tason, Ile oord ar  rn ut go f/ironr No n. it orr Meeting*  tho Brat an I thlr I I’un-Ur rvenin,* of sa- h rn oi th In Utley a flail. Visiting Iv til, Me al* vata welcome 'I I. I tam, C. C. F. K. It HHT, h. of ll. abd H.  JI MIK J. FU RHT,  J.  mm i ma,   OKAI.KUB IS  ..  train, Live Stock,  —■■■-—AHT)-- —  COAL,  ALDEN,    •    IOWA.  Winona, III., Coal, Warranted 95 TRF Cent. Furl.  Attorney and Conr-aelor at few.  Dr, in't atto'it 1 ' n irtaentn Ile t on» OTen Ivor rue. v Uruaua Mum, Aition, Ilartaia Jo ,aly. iowa.  P r FRISBIE. M n.  Physician and Surgeon,  Allen Iowa Office < r*r Leal bl a II ar! war*  St ire.  A. BUTTON,  ALDEN, IOWA,  Mary MBC, Real Estate, lear  I NNI ll A SI K AMKNT.  Farm loan* ne*#'la s I on long < r abort time at low rat* * - f Inlorgnt.  A large ll*! of Improved and unimproved Ian la far vale.  PERFUMES  SU VISS iii CyrjK*,;!** ii QUAUTT im! STTLt  a- •# FSIiFtT, #*«!*.' I* F»#1i»rR ftfkd I Mliflf qtJAiitf IVflniiu • ligitt rh »<* lH( STI fg|i*lirslfKl atli rf *hrn- thrjr mr* prMmn^4   r  • #»• I fjr i ,  f!Pfc‘hm*’**    Anti    *    i»«    to*  «atn-#R Ai? F t' 9'**r    U»*«    ku4  »it a1 is clat* I    _____  RICKSECKER^ TOOTH POWDER  f ,r, M* I r d.o'ii»Wtl th*    I    «wd*F In » i  .. a • trill - *    ,    Aft    I ret h *nres*4 Lffafod. AXi-1 FUL J  * J , si. I I, » I f jr«. ut ATW fi“l* In* sd f fit In*«t*  RICKSECKER^ FACE POWDER  -2:  I (J I I,, « and J* n * 1*1 m** I* Ai A Ay Sa  HO. RICRSlCiitR, PERFUNIR, HIW YOM.  JANK OF ALDEN,  BEH J. BIRDSALL A SOH. Aldan, Hardin County, Iowa.  T. J. RICK,  BARBER AND HAIRDRESSER.  4{/ei*f for Veil-no!    Ip    Tine't"<l Orr-  ,#»»»•» iMuruara t’e., •( k'rrryort, IU.  I can aoli ^Iparntblp t'rkclg and ran brtrg fo ir f-l- n.la or #< od th. ut Alwaj-a rrn-ty to give ufo rn <Ulm. T. J. RICK, Ai on. la.  EL W. CHOCHUDTT,  NOTARY PUBLIC,  Seal Estate, Collection ail Insurance  AGENT.  ALDEN, .... IOWA.  Farm and Town Property  KOR IAU AKO KANT.  EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD.  ('•Ilfftloni mad* a yipe# laity Song) o I ga* on Ut*! Hauls.  ROBERT HOLMES.   DK AI RH LH  Lumber,  Brick.  C 'enient and I .iine.  ALDIiN  SOW IL,  TA BEHN ACLE PULPIT.  SI RMON ON INTEMPERANCE BV DR. TALMAGE.  •ll I. Mj •'■•ti .  it.,uuD'.t lim oft be Rail lilt .troy. '.•••ti  tm Ii fin til** I KAI of  KHI llps«t Hath  it % I % I ti "*hs|w  lift*nil*fin***• I Hit  PETER TAYLOR,  DFaLFR UR-  Live Stock,  GRAIN,  Seeds & Coal.  ALDEN, IOWA.     lf flip*    •ran •-          dr hw    I-I VIV.!          wh. f    • In- r- ii          tm'**    III-ta          %uiir> ,| *    I intl! ‘          •UM t    P-' - ’• ' n c a' *  1 ar in          him m    i'h Hi-' ,    I- a      hit.! A    .in him    Sill      mu-    •..•l.a' lei    ,      ii'm.ii'    that VV tv              i l-t-dav    A      r ii if-    -I Afrt- -     -rn      jiii.g 1     hat          anil I ha    ll!!:)    •Bt      gl-d        -f      there    ar- |»-ns          in-.Hi  their    sl im i- v    sr      my    -I - e--.          V-1 lift    -I (lim.”    11.      * Un.*    S lie. ll I    • IU     hr  •I.pint id  Talmage'*  - I lie .-uro-tut of a ma*t< hauling frttg-i t«i«m ha* |>** i. xiii ii. -ii hr mr I hath  th  tim  I th  •hi k —  ira. W-*«I •ly t- it  •a it b va h.l. if ■amla  I h  ... iou. min it  tbg their i’ f-i  * ti® iln -nlithm to your ttiiaor* an- h i* Hover -r Hind'"tun Mila land. hath afrown tho    man -  n rati'-n*, and it father* and  th! up th* garment« lilly '-V' latmit.g "It  WILLIAM KEA TINO.  I'aas ar In  Heavy and Shelf Hardware,  Packet IBI Tibia Cutlery. Tinware & Woodenware,  th. I orgeat and fin eat (lock af  :00K I SEATING STOVES & BARGES  in tho market.     h»v •• •    -eel, i    I- h i su d! I      ie) ll-    gutaeey    One hum          HUS ->f •    h- P lei 111      [all? t<    tasieit ti    be Far-' til      lr- I in    Hi). Tis et    . a hashish      ll aiel    Africa «'    iff- r th- d* .aa. H. !      ii * - in  . . th#    | pl-' V    • I• liar i      [ualit'    •ak I, fr    • nu «iii{i»r -     . ghuath  inn*!* r md th- •  Mf 'Iii'  -Hid -OI  id end®  ti Abd Im  »r» the  thumb  WILLI A ii  KEATING, Aldan, low*.  int pf) v lh  the; in pulpit v - i v :  Int-- H  . it:,* • I  gland d- itll  - Pl ar v  ll »-  N-a f  ai I  CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA  Shortest. Quickest and Oily Direct Lice  HITTWEKN  ALDE?!. IOWA FALLS, ELDORA, ABD ( HICAGO, MILWAUKEE AM) ALL EASTERS IMH.MS.  Passengers Can Save  FROM  2 hours to S  hi,  I ut.  I n  Hit ! la. up  hi a ii M*  CHICAGO AMO  IIL I W KEN  POINTS ON  BT TAKOtO  THIS LINE  THIS SHORT ROOTE.  CONNECTIONS AT  I I,DOK V JI M HON with tho Chi' fwjo  ninl Northwestern Railway for Taoia » tty, Cedar Kaj'id' Clinton, Chirago. Milwaukee. Dei Moines, Council Bluffs, St Baul, Miuneap"lis anil all point* lo Dakota. Nebraska, Kan»a* ami the West  KI.lNfRA wi:h th*- C< n!ral Iowa ll all-way for [m int* North aud South.  IOWA FALLS with the B., C. R A N.  ami Illinois C Utral lluitwnys, for Waterloo Dubuque. Fort Dodgo and Sioui Ciiy  For all inforatioii about E'rright or Fa**< nifcr Hales, apply •*« our jocal agents or addreag 'be General Kreiijkfl and 1‘aa-neuKer Afft ut at llldora. lowu  JOHN PORTER.  0*1a'l Mmmtijrr.  W. 3. PORTER,  O. f and I*. A.  \\ ho w try With •b ud-ft"  hill I  Ilia' do., ti  Kr>'g-  Inr h • dhnr  I.,-. -I  mid I th* ti  day « a-, I: trartJ* k- r« n t‘oui* : n By. and th*- bi tug d"wit th-in-brl at -•, I-Ju.lgtu-nt m It I do rod kl. to let drunk- ; hand- unit -famih-* lie .|, that our f>-may ria- up .■  --I tilts ttiutoi driving >1 vv ii that th-v iir-at v artou* tin bv a ta* on v, to r-gulntn Hi t> >* by tax idol,. 'I urg for the moth- high- I Iii* '.I* Ult* i* d[.lithium Oh' the folly of’ by g iv--rumen! tar vv hi-*!, v iliad-- it ex  I -ill I. si).ml,I bg  I it would not b- en* It ha* wrung lr tm i-rphan*. rmrf'-rti th- <’hr!-»tian chut phe of the million »-vi-r.  SPI k-  -111 pit  d th  III* VI  ii-k’  t-  Von I  I and I h- - XI i There t-  f Ii hiUTV  In thh  -•ala' ■ tight t  rn  air  j b-a*' H thiv batter pl-bed up  1  drunk ahd I him th- a-  I tranafortn-pr».*p” t*. p.-.'talt rn, of euniiii- t Hum dassie eur«>d nil Tht* Iou ■myth- an | stere* ar*  | orvul grav and g»»tt>.  I -ufferlhg  !  -annot- it and mini—  I height* *>! d ruin o. house Ii I I’-rhup- v-wa* yow Friday i night * >v Motnlav -it in y-» habit you *ui • v and I am «  „f you I, find a -Int the left! *-I on tie hurt until j Then It I—j i 'rush. unti I tri-kh" a *<*'k*dIt  I God! ti <•■ late; and r the -ham •  I I have *1  ■|u—ti-h-*W a!  g-ttir.g our«  I Let them gr--trong drn.k  t. I It even a I *h-y hav -• a  1  ha'-. put in and (Bake it ; a - faith full*  I a tl-gd. 'Ski • »•..» them t \V„U « Uh '!  • I' I* hi  I and I-  It!  foul ami int' ll  -I atm.  Hum disApp-Horn 'V ith-r« •-Blent day.  I out hi* mal  •lung givi  and -  I or'  • and ding' man tb<  Wtl.  that wa#  af! I —I  1*1-1 I  -l---.tr-d I- *r  Hum  .--d.  g irs'  Ut III"  Hum  »st rn# ■Id Mid lh-\gatti It ■air *--st at their v \g on i •a - f the ii •ti with Im -ti ame. have od  in  •-all  tun,  hie  I-, •  tits  lip.  VI It I lltlo  Ion* ytho •I -* r.t-h  own  drinking -it '--m* w «l ir>- t -I tih -lr iv vv iii go ->n turning u| lr- in •til I** - lid vv .ii furrow --I drunkard-Itll! how .Hie run I hang i p a -k-i I,.mi—. <m. that wh-n do--r I-- go in F*»u w ai, I a1 ii vuu  i prevail, and th-n by terrthle die thin whole - os the long, deep  THE SHUT-IN SOCIETY,  raves  end w ti In  u of*-  ■wild bl -r t.  iring fr sn ‘h  n-l I flit in th*, table you til; and wh  Otlf.il (r -tit ha! . rail  livened y--ur l- df -»m you w  night.  O'. I  ie art * There I I.,- i|*-vaal it* jmrg it w as i* I In  -I Up'*!  ll Will  our I  ,r p  Mid hi hun I I long *  tv-hon  •<1 hr ti into th l sUete’ .aid shalt wht-h h*  I  I ii  iud I 11 -I'     WI# — i    aas I    I • Tin    nrs-ia'      •■•lav • igh        -day nigh' *      Nmv I            .,f y ■ -ti      "Ii. * ;• it    •';-■ I        •f this      ink that v            I' * A re      •lid* <•            lift )|« f.      f> u ■ n‘in-•    it    lunk I 1           t * • . I.real    VS F i ■        VA.tii-l  ♦ IIM ’ill       1  ' I • MCI-'    f - C    (ie I ll    lit. tiller      n* «• rt»-t.'            »tfin I *     -» Vt ha in -.f Ii-, • VV ' .I •i on- " •I, lo- -1 -I him I-> -ai,int*  t,n<i pin  ie so Ie iutifui I e aw fig curse.  - *w-et-st barm -I Sh-ridan, th- 1   , - I th- goldei  -wip'd f d -prite tun- d t Hum- Info awht d-.e s. -h  ll Vol*  And it r « at * *lng your  •rn  he  - tine  ■ ne vv I,  -un! rv.  id  > mul l!  Ip’ lie! .'Ii ti ■  lr- ll r  111 !-  f  Ills V  Th  i  I mini what 11.1 v -I......  f the rn.ait  People ws opuma heart and lid haves,,- h ii sad-' v knew m.t that Ids nil upon tho*.- who lees to qui hat g- it a ire ti-w ex  int.-.I  VV  -a' it rtiuv I: t hr-iw s ny What Kngb«h 1 Seepier I-Ut* and ho sweet lunet- *s map* *t * — awed th- Vmeriean M-ri* •e. un-l after a while end drunk f What wa* nob!- -pint of on- of In-' war. until iii a d from th-* -le-k ->f a i sa« drowned? There - sn all loved t<> heat. oat -lassie orators ,,f  ■ wondered why a man so ey-atlent a I ra ountenati-e ais ays. wife wa* a sot. are guilty of tiles*-the path of ileal ii. Ob’ mid make in your lion—' Tything there la h-mg  -quem -me d I th-f the  .«rn  Hr*!  *utq  ii'il  mu-'I VV ..did  Ugh  bl mn  -rift.!*  mid v  air wit  • mt a's h*  like to bring art. and have ■et you w*th aa ■e th-y sh.rwed?  kindle the ho,lie  extinguished? It  fall  the  •n in  •I.ai,  I . -av to v ti -I el,lid  , shop I ie where  P tup* I  I. wants, ak v I V ma’  I tube —I Aga • niy t -there v parti*-) -hall I* I nu   1  .md ’I     * .*r* l h    v-*ii iidmini^*    |w not too Iv*        .dam    g** it ll    av not rn-      If    y.tii lf!, ! th.it    tmdV oldftar    it *4    from    * mr soul Hi*' nietu-iry      ut iinU Imv*- t »r    It. aft wofti*'    of ma-trttl v.        and    u raine-t    i- puiatton      |j| 4 |ww rf I? sum    •* h md muff    nor fafiifM.tlt        tr>m    ywiir Mi    xiou* hr-.w      ttefiv IldU*' * "I*    T**K»-h I hr rn    lh#* wr1nkl."    WI    Mi tr    •-til.Ie I ii-    pl -vreta. It      w von ti ! L» UU    !»* thai rn til i*    linty tif't nil        k link    a. ! " «.r«ls    iHti‘feta or      ‘ th**rn ta* ti    Ua^hvtiAt* nil*!    rt*uuh d**fHlw        ta*, f    ■ r perk ap    - in thon—      * r«< k .i t I i    fin i? u*rk*.    andul na tn* r        filii fa!    ruck her!    It may n-it      rn flirt I. *h    • a M a* ls*k\ ?    Ullin !r«*m y«»    if        -y lh tit'?    ,. r  .4 • .      I tty it. If n    it .uk.ir I hath        »b    worn.*    little grav    Hut t* Is      if*'h ^h**tn    nth .if wh* r            tv* y*    unM*lf. -ii'.'    -.eeur- f-ir      .« fn *■*, t*fi.. ••    i, -tail va ii** ain!    i# d and V*ai    r ft    mtly    ti- remain    -b f of ' air      - iv, “I.‘.va, my    vrts; rum did    f t-? foH.insr id                              Hut jiorlHi!        at h    iv - no' n    •T- rty IT 'tie      f. tlUKtrtd II    indfi**-**' H —    adra\ I n        uddr*    -- one VI    Im id *' I a      hr in Ii^    L.nu ll* UM.    h«v*‘ .pida in    .ti    UM    ii* inin.i    l,el v air      Ip .l ii hi#* ling, ♦    :»*fytf5|5* •    lt#*fI♦•r nmur*    -I    *' Ilk Tv    It, Von take one Spit*          miiik’ nmtjiaa.    «.r th.- oil,.u            ar ac.ii I.*    t drunken•      a. LxA.#fo. that    iii un iv .is            Hie    -our.ic- i    I pat ' air      • ii," A** v* . ii-    bv tin* r**i4    foot d<*wnr!        ale    ■ ay to    r-air coni-      t% * tit ’I        Paramus m v        -I ta.    “I Will 'lev    ••r tarink in •      *** rtlrtiti. un ! *    * WIKIii Ida    tMfifHtii.tf ii*        r in    xii my lib    ; nor # til I          H iv.-s. HMd    N’ount* fain**.*        ■ hut)    • til lithe    !— * I! -      nil w i        nothin*:        Itll -    IT Ug tai !    k. It > I*          ' *«r d a %'s th* %*    turfi***l tin- •*    art I        I I' .......t    skulls i‘.*l      •,tr f  ikU’t i  r "»* ’*    air ar.i% t.    hK*. Mood op    eta    i J th-    a I *' to a    lost w -rt-i      I if mv filth    f Kl- -  r up!**    to I**t In Ufa            HHH! h 'iv ut- -i -r          md « f I    HW Hies 1*0 IM        . p.,|    ii* fling    es. la*? PIV          I di«,lV’fflVrt    .a d meld, *    ti n«        " “P*n    b t ta ti.--          J; i*s .if*, r VI **    nj .lased pn            -f tao. meta    men.      tUntfH drink ‘        Im I addr.            (OS# fS-gU    ar work in      t it unkind*    I Hic* f ajrth i«    I-.!** i*» to min        *fe| t-' I    H.i- app    •it. • I r .-ss! If a          Mi t \ T Ut.Ii    ha pf .IM        I I    P-m sh# nu    ll w ie g.' es     Hunk Hi  Lord  ding.  ishingt-  tight y. lunietpa i a bun  Hi.tn  H i'  ll I  !hon-I  putting ‘  t. I kl; 'VV-t»‘|V af  to —.I I ti It. ie Ple.lg av that I! is iii-h sign.,*-Hie -ah ii sn w >-rk ■ *f 1  -•stimated. eoph* to -,. ’  ireland I  if  -I M  u ; is-ir vi ' and p.-1  lid -av,  I: .i.u am!  I ani  dl try  tit ha-ti.  'til    VO  - I around  r bitterness will show mail-' th-i alite ti,, r -rattle Ui-Tti--n tt»e and v- - ii  pi-k**d the wilt push vi pipes, wilt I r- aking a thunder. '" tn*r drink!'  alt t hav  V OU k,  the h  IXP  ag  ig .p ti rn  < Ct I ■ I  ■h. n  Vl .1:  -ami  -<-t it ha- dash •r for th- eat lias destroy#  and ti  I for  ^PERFUMESc-  — Ma on mew moviu ut tub —  LANO OF FLOWERS I  DOUSSAN’S  Sweet South  bls*. aktbklwsTB,  KACH 65 CKNTS.  ALBO OOM KITKA FUUI SFKCl ALTI na  LYS MS HEIS I SNUS HST I UMM I aam! IMPKMAL PINK I ROU66KL RO#!  KOCH MUOUKTt LILY OK TNK VALLIY I 4RJt-i!lPl up NI—k riCClOLA I  iIna* > i Afiin- iii a tf Ti    stsft tA fini  “W«W J£L£UKI?m»iLTw*VvtfiS XraVi•^sw**-'-* S669SM FIIMM PCaftMHlY 6%  had  Th  ut i th  I skeb’h two house* in this -tr—-t first is bright as I. un- an (*- th- -comes at nightfall, and th- - lilly lr* n ru to meet him. Luxuriant ,A-Amg r - vt. i Oratulation aud »ytni ,Uiv ai, I l,mg!iter J Musie iii the parlor. Fine p it- - oil thymi!. Costly hook* on th** stand VV-Ui clad ti - a* I, »ld Plenty et everything t • make heme h *ppv.  ti .us- th, **-euntl Piano sold v *f-rdav by th# shard! " tfe * lui* at pa s nbr k< r s j shop Ctm k got*.- Daughter * J w.dry !  t -ur> him ' •radteule it: r v.-it; th-t< IL Once undl • the man i« ta 'mg glass wet Ilion lie would ‘Ii ll* get ii. such i strong r- that he -ut d for a bow I el i-.*dtng, thrill  .ir-  111 wore  Mormons re vorcei, a* well a* two kind* of in r riagp*, write* a cerr,--]**tident of the St  •♦ti.*  git  >rd.  a a ti  -Mils.. Hr-11  .ink  ,d  ,.| th. ii I -I  Loa t* City.  th- itll  .Id to get Rem door Uai-td-dresse* VV d- w tie child wt’h at, strut k Iii ai- *iig  wret tledu-* * tai  t*#U rings hill tars turn pate blundering step Fiend brandish Out W hat are * Hid. I -ail ibis I# th- sam- heil Rum - im bruted •hawi Ham I •ht—h hi* flat Ham haugwd t I skat- h ta J well Th# first  I up III f 4  dig fill  li  lt! th  I -i amt pa  unit  I*-,-  IU  Wit- hoid-  th-  adon , l>  I'aa*  hr-u  Opo   f i  Tbs ill*  t dr  I ft  and  I - wile; I.  , w : - I • h■  Vu av auh tho Hi- w iud*  - It » rlh-  Uta rh it  f hi* ii ■ nu doing h I. i*e the WML Rum th# M)tu • re itll the Ruin de so la -a! pal ad la# ui.m that  ai a.I awl cd tv*  Mound '  ■ aa si OI u  Hum s. Carpet* Cli the I Hilo a he you ku.  HUM  trio*/*- Dr fit O' tnt from Salt Lake Utah. Due separates for ate; tlie'other for the future state. For iii-vorees i f has bn via and tirst Wive* the civil courts a resorted to. I’lurai wive* iiave do standing in civil courts This w an de-ided by the I nited State* Sa pi erne I. t in the case brought l> Ann Lli/a agaiual Brigham •> r The only titv < re# remedy t 'T pirn *1 ii IYM is through th# church. Being i vested with supreme authority to unite president sd the church can UU* ii sweet.  Church divorce t* rn logical result of the d»**’trtn# of plural ani) celestial mar rtaga, lHural wive* would I# badly ort if there were not .some wav of throw lug ort a gal Lug voke. Beside* this. (ws-pie married f* r eternity if if #e r — for th® church -iivurca would lulled together t r th* next world, though the* obtained absolute Jo r» e S Civil vS-UiL I af til-s sea #1    '•  not  left  11 ah lur  • hot  etertnt * dtvofow, church  ill  Iter *•»• ast Im  liUg i  un >e<* sill  I Cl' ti c .si bv ti I' al lh u the iv  In Organlratlnn of IsmlMi Bks Ie C’wmforl I w k Ofhwr.  “Iii# Shqt-fn Hoeirly -abet is! that-" asked k repr»*#nta!iv« <tf th# fir I when visiting a chronic invalid in this r if. who hail ! tin upon her hack near!, six year*  “It is,* replied the in valid, "a society of tux aln!*, orgmni/. d for th# l>#n»*fU, th mn git correspondence, (rf those shut. vt fro.a intereour # aith the outer * orld."  Impressed sqfRcientl# with th# novel! v and interesting nature of the institution to make further inquiry, it a.,, found to havo headquarter* in Sew Fork, att*! though only in th® seventh •.•ear of its existence, alriadr numtiera something like two thousand members, mon,women and children.a- atteredover every .Stat# and Territory in th# Union sud in Canada, Australia, nearly every piarter of Lump# Syria. India < lima,  I apart Etui th# Sandwich la lab da. lh i* not tho object of the society to minister to eroat tiro comfort* or dispense money among th# members, a* that t# not considered advisable adion th# circumstance* cannot be fully known. The member* are of two • la**#*# in*  ' did* ain! a*~oe!*t#* I lie former may I- Je*i ribed aa the fgipienta of th# l»on#tita, tile latter, the active n*>rker*, though a* the principal method Ut work i* prnat# i'orr#*|S)iideuce in which th#.*- j#K*r shat in* enjoy nu interchange of w-nrd* of hop# and *'m-patt.v. ami while personally unknown become well ac iuainted a- brothers and sisters in misfortune; bv this un ana the' a;- ermbhd to help aud cheer ca-ii -! her aud n.any sufferer*, through Urn mental influence over th# pli steal being, get taken oat of them--clv o* ; forgetting th-ir <•» n in others’ trouble*, they n*e to active life again. S--me who aye |#h-r and lonel; find th# on- sni.shiue of noir saddened Iiv-.* u» the ray* of comfort emanating from Its agenev. Mid wonder how they livetl nr | without its blo*sod ministry through yearn la-fore they hail it. A little magazine, Thr ’tj'f-n lf niiow, is the public medium of communication Divide* containing short . -ntrtlmtion * of i iter-e*t to tin- suffering l*and. any of them de *i ring letters, reading matter or working material* make their w ishes known through its coin rn ti*. To B&any scruiis for < ra/y patchwork are acceptable. some Ii *ire picture* for an album and other* solicit order* for such amal! work a* they accomplish. One department "f the society i* ti.-' reiviv mg of wheel-chairs whit h are I iau*'l out to members who an* in nee*I and Worth'-' A roja'rt show* that several of tin se have liven d mated I*'-' frn lids in Da-ade na, < ai., througii tit# influence of an active member who visited that place for health. Awheel within the wheel I* a circ!# t f little “siin-hine-makers," th*' shut ms among Ute children; these little sufferer* ir# cheered with toys, lsoks xii-1 pictures suittnl to thi-ir taste* and years. Truly tin o- hard! setons a human w ant th it some ingenious minddo* i s not eoutr:-# to till, and the work of this shut-in society cover* a field that before its origin was neglected. S'ti I raacit' O i 'all  Vv kina Ai(tr.  The author of “Three \enr* of a Wanderer’s Life" ay- that he onto saw three young tiger-, larg.u than Newfoundland dogs. I■-.■*•■ on the deck of a British India steamer crow. Usl w uh several htinilrisi .Mecca pilgrims lh-cage in which they were conliu®d * is large, and laxrred on each aid® vvtti* * partition running along its middle, which had a trap door. The man who had charge of the animals would driv# them over to oue side of the 4-age, elwe the partition, and clean the other »i Ie at his leisure: then, barring tip tho clean side, he would open th- partition ami drive the tigers back. while he went through the same performance on th*- other side.  (in*- morning he m-gleefed to put up the bars on the side he bud brushed. ami so drove the tiger*out of theoppo-cite side of the ojien cage Th# animal* on obtaining th-u lil*ertv, ti*>k different dire* tioiis. and cr--rn lung in the nearest corner*, la mal Lug an*l allowing their teeth, showing unmistakable signs *»f a moat dang- roo* fear That si*le of the tlei'k w iv- diverted, and the crowd gazed in interest a! a respectful ilistaiii'e. .Mr I leu th# third officer, the second officer aud th# keeper, each placed himself is-forc a tiger, barring their e\H sin -.id they attempt to move away  T louse in pared lf the tik'crs ha*l bi* a fed that day They bad not. the* had alw a'* fauui I «-*l on living fowl* Flense calbd for three chickens from th*- henaoop. laki g tii.-se. ha threw 4-u** iii the fa* 1 # *d • a. it tiger, The chickens seemed *imj I' motion-U**», glued t* the *|**l SO lU-staiitAUeoiia WW* the rtxttig of t. eth an.I claws FT cum than went deli berat cly ap to a tiger .swill' took th** I.*•*«• skin -I th# back *if the tie. ii with i'm- ha ut aud the I' *• t of th# lad With the. th.-r iud putting out his full vtreug I* drwgg.-d the h«-*v v brute ai mg the deck to the •igs- iml h»tv I-*I vt through the vq #u  a  VIlM-IK  it(«>* a* y lasi)  taroUiafa *u-t *-#> * * wet# (Hut ata4.< *i<> t il * Board Ut ll ll J UHS that (IvMuii Hi I ta* Ik# 4**® 1 ' aul'-.re-I a ai-ai* R#us*.»i looked » u-'Jv said ' K ti vt a flu# af#! tit ha' g< < to titiani     l *  bat* i# Hum ait a ft**  Kau Ik# so- .Mid U.  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