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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                J!|wwe9S!nMla*(lon .on the rrl> ---niontb fait aoM, am*. AKD HUDnro BOOH-- tvumi u�a%-Ki^ Me. i. o. o. r.-MMii _______^*Uy No. lat, A. O. D. W. lt�oto tka fliMaad �kM ____ �loaUi IB UU*7'| RaU. Waai, K ol BL ud & a 0.5. _]|AULJ..JnmRTv------------; rroajitaitontloa iTniipooUwtlou. OOa* ~KuaV lawL""*"    Mora, AldM, Bardla ]p p.niniix,iLD. ^Mj� low* Omto OTU XMtUH|-| B�4ww� Ar JTaMMMl I ou MO SmuBlhIp VL-^__ rourfrlvnaor Mad tbem. A! �iva iaforwMlon. - T. J. BIOK) J. Aa BUTTON, ALDEHr-IOWAr- lotarr Fnliiic, Heal Estate, loan manoHaiad on lon� orahert acaa Of intareit. ALDIN, IOWA. WliM, PL, Ci>l,,WmMtoaWBir. ^ Cnt FmI.       - ALPlll; lOWiL wnxiAii Heny and M IMivik PKMlHTlMlttllll, . fin ware A Woodenware, Um taicMTa^ taMi iM at COOKIMTDiesnVESIIlUQS wqujAM KKAinra, GHicffionowniiDniiinn �OlSEeKI'S FACE MMnn nn.jnuuua. jnFoin, iiw foti. NOTARY PUBLIC, Estate, CoQectiQi-aiil Imrann Farm and Town .Property __VOB lAU AXO uifr.. BMfK OF ALDlNj BmuBsui arsoH,- -Monlin Countv, Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD. Sliiirteit, Qidckeit ail Oilr DiRct liu mntMT AKD CHICAGO, uLWAinaa FOISTS. Passengers-Can^ave MM AND PQilTS M THIS UK BT TAKDia THIS SHORT ROUTE. CONNECTIONS AT ELDOBA JVNCTIOS with the Chicago nnd Korthwoatcrn Railway for Tami City, Codor lUpiUs, Clinton, Chicago, Milwaukee, Dot Moines, Council Blunt, 81, Paul, MlDnoapollt and all points in Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas and the West ELDORA with the Central* low* Railway for points North and South. IOWA FALLS with the B.,"C. B. 4 N. and IllinolrCdhtral Railways, for Water-loo. Dubuque, Foil DuUmb and Bloui CUjr^ -    � � � �-  .________ For all Inforation about Freight or Passenger Dates, apply to our local amiti oruddrcss the fiencral Freight and^M-fenger Agent at Eldora, Iowa. " joHNrami,' w-a/POiiTm, PEffiymsi uam OF wlbwiRaj-i!; A CHOICE SELECTION  OF TERE8TINP-ITEMS. IN- tJNa HapiMnliisii of tha Oay-MUIoneal aad Mawn Nolaa. , ThB Mormona are gaining a f90thold in the Canadiu Northwest, and,-it ia beliered, will wake ttuuble tor tbo Oovemment. EiaaTRE.N newapapers have been atatted at Han DjcRO, Cal., in the past three yean, aiid all have gono into the graveyard. _ ~ liiASvpdoJfe, on roliriug, employ the minutes that ensue before sleep abuts their ero*iids down, by arranging their '�wofVfoFllio ncxOay. X 'l)ad plai^ - don't adopt it, ">k4his way a habit bf sleepletsnesa is fonW that it Kane-times takes years to cuVb. EmI'Khoh William, of Qormany, haa bought an estate near-ilotz, it is *up> potwd, for political reasons. He wished to show the citizena- of-ttiQ- ironeiod provinces that ho belongs to' them and fo^jftdlt failiiohabt^ man families to pwg plages in tlin iHn- trict.      _ TiiE'enorgetio manner in which Em-peror Wilhelm. is weeding old men out of the German army is shown by ata-.tistics.^ JlL the iend-of.-ItSSl tliere ware 3,048 ofllcers of the Prussian  contingent in retirement; to-day there are 4,072. Oenertlruf infantry and cavalry have been remorselessly mown down. At the beginninir of this centni^ $21,-000,000 iwrsona spoke English, 31,000,-000 French, 30,000,000 German, 3li-000,000 Rnssinn, �2C,.000,000 Spanish, and 16,000,000 Italian. Now 125,000-000 persons talk English, 50,000,000 French, 70,000,000 Oprman. 40,000,000 Spanish, 70,000,000 Russian, and 30,-000,000 lUlian. ' ' -Ajl-eroinent-phyaieian ba�-lately.~di�-oovcrod that oxcoiuive whip cracking is an early and infallibfo symptom of homicidal mania. The cabman who ix the victim of this terrible disease cracks his whTp" becaiwe the sound reminds him~ of � the 'brack'of 1� ruvolverrahcl while he ii engaged in the act ho is gloating over the men and women whom, ill his disbassd imagination, he is shctoting down. At Athens, Oa 'home iaw a dbg" running man on his way {awards Sim through the - darkness-.Surmising that the dog was mad, the man climbed up a tree and remained there the rost of the night, with the ^<%lilauainlf gnardTidlow: WEonUay^ light^ame the man^li�j3vered-that the "dog'"was Ills'Fw-ij.'^Sldwly^iSa'M hk began to descend and the tmtli was rapidly dawning in his mind; At one time women threatened to become formidable' rivals to'the men as printers, but the invention of typewriting has opened to thorn tt more, congenial occupation, and the number of fpmalo tyj) ti�fs'is said lb be rdooroas-ing^-TThere ure not over thrcahundrod women prinlers in-Xew Juork - now, though formerly thoy were so nnmerous aa to o.\oitoJhe hoatilily ol tho Tyix)-graiihiottl Unioiu Ax eminout physician of .St. Petersburg van called to a patient, a young lady of good family, siifTiiring with nervous prostration. On examination ho found that the young lady had taken-part in hypnotic seanceii and hod-been hypnotiEcd-sevefal timua. llo fopotted-the faols to Uie Medics! Connoil.   A commission of thrno oiniheiit physicians examined tho patient and snbstauliatcd .UieJactJliftther ailinout was due to hypnotic prnclicos. XwKH?1'i�tory attoohed to aPort^ land "yoaBg; woman! -: When .bat rfive years old, away off on oniii of the South Be* islands, sb� waa sold l>y bor nvta people, who are cannibals, to a Fort-land sea caplaih, a^d the seller firmly.  mi6 atdry .explained^ the *f*r litr ^Manl^niid acownDliah-1 "foowy--In-tire oourae of �be |rm(�.,llof^.Jo    begin*?" 'And   t�iU77�plled; wltlirl uony twinkle taA.fc�mil�-'l'wh'V. with Ii", nl vnm diatinlnfahing rl'Nd' o|�m pirofeaaioiifot� #4*\bat.lM�|7 ooDse to lighl,' llfti�)r> Itiitbaio(�ij[p> j^^bg Vritcra oi fletioDLwith new_ ma^ t�rfi�i of an exciting and romantio ohi^iictor. Peraona posaeasbig nn-bonndcd fancy and brilliant imagina-tloaa-wlioaretoo indolent or too nnskill-tayUt w'rite, can sell their tbongbta and faneiM to autbora,' eapeoially ladies, whoie own imagination is limiled. Son�-of onr greatest authors have dniwn on the imaginative brain ol oUieia foMhe beat of their works. Tak big mudidol mon of Vienna h'ave jttsl^ been thrown int  a panic by the diaeovcTv that for sixteen months they hare bc^n allowing a yonng dry-goods olerk to treat patients in the large city boapital. 1?ho clerk's name is Fatroner. .'He'got his ]x>aition in the hospital' by hiMhs of forged diplomas. During the day ho sold thread and ribbons, and at night ho made tho round of his ward. He^had never studied medicine, and is, tbereforc, supposed to be roipoiisible for any number of deathr. Tlie swindle Avas discovered in consequence of his arrest ior forgery and embezzlement in lila-dry-iioodrbusiness.   He is in jail. ~ 5row\\i)AY iarsnoira terrible ntfont for mischinf'if not-nndcr-" fltood^ it is rash to meddle with any wire hianging from polo or honae. It may not be dangerous, but it is. like a loaded gun-it may kill yon. Han electric wire lica acrosa your jioth, ond It-becomes absolntoly - necessary to re-niore it, bear theso points in mind: Bo liinglu (ho'wiro is on the ground it ic bannlckh, no matter what pressure may be on it.. T!ie moment it leaves the gronnd it is dangerom. Yon oan pull the alobk with your haSU' or foot any distance, so long aa the cud touches the gronnd, but do not lift it. The instant yon do, you become a fart of the electric circuit and the current will run to the ground through yoTir body. Let thoae who will laugh at yonr cowardice -but dont touch the wires. -A-Cwui'.AHisoK- has-been - made between railroad operationsin; the United States and in Europe, by .taking the Fmtsi^n Hvntoni as typical of the one, and tho Pennsylvania Hystem aa roprq-sonlalivu of the 6t�er. ~ TFe PrnsHian �y8leih^tmbriM;o^^^,800""miIM7"^"an^ 6wned by tho State. The Pennsylvania system is T,8&1 miles long. TliR total earoinga of the former in 1887-88 were $180,000,000; and of the latter, $12;^,-[QQO.nOO, no tlint Hig T*''""'"""", morn than double tho milage of the Fennsyl-vania, only earned 50 per dont. more f^f^ iwMieyr-The camings.por.jailo of-tho: ' " Pntsaian were $10,000; of the Pennsylvania, $10,000. The Prnssian lines carried '101,GOO.OOO ^pawengers, more than donblelbe^ number transported by the PennayUania, namely, 78,000,000; butT^Itbe Other hojndr Ibe PenhSyli^^ vania carried 122.000,000 tons of freight against'only 00,(X)0,000-tonr carried by the Prussian roads. A HncCEsaVrL boring for honey has been made in North Tunncssee. l^'or many yearn swarms of bees Imvo been noticed^y boatmen on Fox liluCr. on tho Cumberland Hivor, near Franklin, Kr. :Tho-bluff is one hundred nniJ soveiity^ feet high, and the river's clinn-nol runs directly iindor il._ TUe l)oo. e m� pennanentry-tinpnnted urn - it.  The brilliancv of the glass may be Oreat^fo is taken to allow it to cool very slowly, a'"'      very pleasant deoorationa. thaf neariy aJyoi.^ caS^cbgniiielie^r^^?'^'^ glaiJico,  and teU to which c!a88the|^^'-'**'>'''"'-''^8lassmavbe apphedto sample belongs.   ^ f domestic pnrjKjses, and now that we       :t Perhaps the only methotl utUized to '      beaming rapidly more perceptible        ' : any prestige for artistic excellence is :   ,      decoration, onr lioinos os wcU as called the mosaic method.- In works ! . "J'*",'"""'P ^'^^ contom more - ^ 'stainedglass. formed for this process tho various colors  are roiireBented  bv separate pieces of .K)t.metal glass, in which tho I    _   , * Mo,k�,-i:i.i,i., ci,. entire .�il""'>"'J� i� IK>rintfttc rt-4.f-Hui>i>lei!ieiitary-Benares, on ' the liver .Ttimr.a. Here we find another � -tiiei-ipT,-tho snmo, 1 think, from which ; tlie nrpan-grinder peiierttlly selects bis 1 ai-tiier.    Ihe principal. vaieA? life bl with the ideathat ho could reach the woiidorfuriioucy storehouse with hia drill. .A;fter somo oooxiug, he per-Buaclcd a. number of farmers to iindorgo the oipente, and a thre#-inoh hole was bored from the top of the blutt At a "de'pinTSriMgBly-ii'vd fMt'thTdriU'alFnck-|-the honey. ' Barrels and tubs by the soorj were filled and "carried, ofl' "io heighboring farms, and the syndicate has sent tQfLouiaville for moro recup-taclos. -mmy ui noiuiinmi.-- Among the anecdotes told of Oliver Goldsmith while at college is ono indi-; cativo of the prompt, but thoughtless and oflon:whiin!>ical benevolence which, tbroughont his life, formed one of tho most ooeentrio^yet endearing }ioin^- of his oiiaraoter. He -Wm. ougagod to breakfaat ona day with u coltege chum, bnt failed to make bis appearance. His friend repaired to his loom, knbblced at fmplDnia o^ but hn>iongStl^erto^awreoH�gg]gKWF gave ber�Uw blKUketa from bia bed to oover ilm^.UtUtt brood, uiidyulof taia elothef^lOR boR. to sell and. .purobMe food;ii^diw.ai>tUi)g himself Qpldi dnring Ibe nkiil, - be out open bl� iMiaaod burie4!S4iM�U among the featbei*. . if;''."'.' .    � are the foUowjng: {ted or ruby is invariably a coated gloss, tho C()loriii'_' matter being so intnrtso lliai, were ii maileiii sliePt^of tl� usual thickness, it would appear ojiaque. - A light,, regular stain, jionetriitiiiK to (piito a depth, is in some cases iiu-,^|>ai-tcd by the u.so  ot-uietal ycUow.s' 'I'lu-n anotlier r\ce|itioii tn (he fure-g.iing mlo is the fact llmt bluo ami the citi/eiii ia tO' pioU'ct 'tbein.>ielve3 and the^ir property from tho depreila-of thi ;ilari.r/-tlicy can not be l:illi- rrcach, f..r_th^-_i-o^__ KK-err tiV' the^adrmilJn-^nf"iOT>w'~r'  c',*""*"" tho exact dimensions 0   the several'"P'^ J'""'^ parts. It W desirable to intmdnee the "'-^ Kouid console themselves among lead .0 it will form bold outlines, thus 1      ^""j      '''JL "^'^^ heightening tl.^ effectli n( tllP glnsH hy ''"S><(�^---- plainly soimratiuK tlio figiires from tho 1 -    T" background, bv.givinga depth of shade to the folds of the draporv. If attention ia paid to this, tlio linos, instead .^liiKO Thetr TnlUla In Piibllr. Here is a see 10 in Oriental Ahmeda-" ---------- � --        , ......, batl:   All tho � in isjnat up. the pi-ople 01 inornug tho effect of the work by ' are opetiing thbir doors and windows, their prpiiiihenco. will enhance its ami standing/lp their,Ue ^iQrtTrt�r neighbors a&thev shape and aizoof each v'eiv of ! arjuat in their dtorwiNs.   A whole row ' the witU-, gutter..^ laying in na and- _glflga_ta.littJtaed._^ i >� this-thfl.'j>ttisl. r>f lliem ar 4tb a~dlamo-.id outs the deelretl \ l�)x, the hciivy door i* sumplUOualy ^^ibpea,-and from buro goes to. tho I-wrought wttU orossibeams, ornameotea-riist, who places them tonnxjrarily 1 witb projecting metallic I)os8es. While uponva gld8s.nftael und;-paiuta_on-thOri-w%ar�-lo�t in admiratibn it anddenly '    ' ' oiSH�.,_4ftd^eo�pin of cows rnslf madly outtiiid elaUor. down the steps ot the IMttiw; uuwa iu India do not obJ�>t tO minor oitflines. the shadows, and tb� Slftck,.ftnd-Jitowii parts witji enapiol Tifown.Th^nmrtn-hB wishes to stninr yello^be oovena with silver mixed with oolire or ola; to;tV kans.  ~' moved to; the, kilns. Here tbey axe pUoed on iron aholvo,;! and exposed to ^bet barelpr snlUoient to fire the�nr>,____,_....... f*^ of ibe jflasM, tbus cao'-^ag'^ onl- i ihe family mansion. 'J going 'ip and down stairs.   We are not lof>Utii)OM.liaWuVcr,thallhisiaabam; it only happens that the cows, in ooin- -ingfrom their (inartors beUnd, are v obligcil totn�vcr8� tho lower floor Of )   

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