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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - September 12, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                VOLUME XIII. ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, SEPlilMBEll 12, 1890. OKRKAN LOTHKnAN CnunCH-BwTfe.i rjry B�bb�th �l luaj o'olook�.m. 8nnJ�T BohooHmmwlUtoly       morning �mo.i. M. B. OnnnOH-noT. 3. W. Vannh, ra�tor. �yrvloM Bttnd�y at H o'olooli ..ni. and "^'ti*'''''.*"^ I'rarot mMtlog trtrr Tu^tdar ma Thnr�(lay �v, applr to our local a�nte or addreaathe Oenml Frrlght ftikd Fa*-Knger A^at at Eldora, Iowa. JOHN PORTIR, W. �. PORTCa, 0,r.mmdr.A. PERFUMES^ -MAaa'kMii fwvaM vt m- LANDOP PkOWlHSI DOUSSAN'S Sliiiilt Siiiifh WW mm HHimil A I*o�t*a VliloB. nr ossuii uiniioiiMEn, Oh I Iwarta of lima, And ghoati of rhyioai And fauoy'i floklB wlndrowt. Bond ine yoyr fire _' _ .. ;. Ta.lOIiflJuvXyrh r~ And �ln{j llioBu palacotl wlndowi, Hvnil mo your snug, Hutb Inuil and ImiK. Yn iiiKdladif and laHiua, Tl) KiSu TIIK I'OWCIl." To thO IHM-HT 'Hilt erytitttl Uhn'T - Thin tutuplo iiiu..)o of h'laiiHUM. Oh t Imd bill iborit! ( oluiniiH atiil fri lU^u 111 Kill* lUiio (It Ilyruii, Ut shantpvnru'u iiiuu Of H'lii;; niiil rhyiuf. IxunwiKif iiuch w-irks (ii Irotit 'niiWuilgtny Wkiiii, 'riiP!**'nrclitii Mt'f us spren^Un^C, TlH-y titul.l liau? nuny 'Ml -Hu brAi!t�i ihiiiiiii)' My Mntm'-* UtTv*> Ih lav. nii-l oonrnt*. Hilt tliM .nt]i;li t-lrn^'u N "lit ff I'liirf-l>lscurilanUy li Wl.at piiwor hath ihown Ti) iiiuu ali.iJo T'l-'hiTt' cu.Wint) Th" wrkiiMt tlinn Witli Hbnt h'> hi'p � mill triMdurra Th" nittl.'n'n liu:ii". Tbe frpt'.luiii u'       t'M>iflo; _____tU-ufMXur       Uir----------------- AutH-fif'.ti^ in I lu titiil itriiiwer: TlH I.rf�i�ltU anil l.'ii.?ti., Tliclviminu i�.�T��r. -Tt5fTr�HrATia Wi.TniIr-�Hii/'.f;  ' Th" niPiui iind Unb.^l. The wiul ainllho iiJinunl^X..- -THK PEOPLE or ALL TTA-noNE.' The tlltfulty of twiioui; Antl blOivr �lr�y An*l eom�H�nU aUy   - Tbe i>eoplo of bit aUllont. Al born* wbu Jar And club in kioglj tronblo. Uen wlUx iWr cUn* Ai� Ukvlhanuui'i Two boxft-^lb0y'ro vlMiilns donbl*. TbrtnkUoDicom* >Voiu tvcry ttoin* By it��iubo�t. w, and carriage; Tb� lE^Tt'ttf wala. Hilgirltbe tauta. And iho*9 bound ap in marrtvca. H�r� Knvitana ara And iba Tartar. B�i� (IrMkand nuUth unlUd; lUra Ka^tlibmcn cr-�.   Apd African . naj^K� aiK). an doUKbUfd. B�l tt) a bed of nowori A oborai rang And eanooni tang, Ai upeiX tbs UAppy botiTO. KxiUoat were fUin� Tb� maki among. Tbe air waa ftUM wlib glaaneii, And )oy tbe morn Onlnwo'er and o'er And loft^iiojiljaco forjiadneM. Tiinra inarblo w)illfi lladbrougbl (o llKbt      J" Of wblob loma tbouKbt To ilreaa Xhey nugbl, TliUH Abuwing IhoniBuivua alupMH. 'Hm Ugbtning flMhTl And founlatna HplK^btyt Aii'l wngtnea roarrU und Yumblod, 'llwru boanlv flaywl And bled Ami Klayix!,. IWil nut a Honl lb�ru grumblod. Tbrre p(K� RncUdwii --Am* pff �o-tt-i \r�rr aUillfd and ialmly feeding, TI:�T� fMiiier b:�y8 \V( ro wild wllb Inyw, A lu"dcl farmlut wcedlnif  T Jinr*' boras� prAnctyl Aiul Idx-fH (ianctd An'l frfble folk wm* trnndle^], 'Ib'Tt! playM tho cbllu Wltb (rnliewna, And tiippud, and full, auil luuibUnil. Jlrr/i frntn tlio Ktifit Ainl from iho Wta: NVIll couin tint niutO"! nianj-, lien- Irni;i tl�' Xurt!i 'I'ul frnfii tTv ^- Will cuniu t)iu It^tta, nut any. tn fuiicy'd flr^tiiji 1 si'o anil accin 'Ibii v.� of lino . And KUcnored mlna And bomba to rend a nary; Harebattw ilgbi, To my dellgbt, Free luucb u( loaal and gravy.     ^. Hervoall I ball Aud aatunlemalt, Whtla wlfuukoa aomuthlng abaded,/ - And boilii and rooU, And itndy the old maatari. Thera'i coal by tona And lamp* Uke iuni  And tidtot, abawlt and inUt� ,; Tli�ra  do�l and aqalrlt Ami j>Mty strli AnrtcaHandllUlakltlaiu; ^ Thsro'i bamboo canet _ And cart and tfalnn, Tbnn'i twatt a lak'olst rldlnel -m-.HK rAI.I. I HALT." To .-lit (tqr fool Wlulo u\r tUo billows gliding. Hemath iliB wavs Weru ll'j\iit that saTO So many (x.iorvd vtftlon*. No ranbly bUii ItJi'V like (bin, U luuht b�, tti Ely�Ian'i. Iliininii IIIOTO . -      � Tl;l!Jb'� tire In store Bonoaiti till, juaislve urcbes, Um Ivi' not lliuB To wrlto In rbyuia 'Iliolr uaiurs, from now till March Is. My "Irram was o'er, �  a waking snrjro Uail r<'iu my tbemo aiander. CblcftRu's Valr, Wo 11 all ba tb�re, And woiidor. wonder, wonder. llunlly a Casa In l-otnU Thero was a funny incident out in oneof our inlolloctiinl Huburbs, which did not gn far to help tho Christian Bcicnco doitriiio. Tbo occurrenoo was ill thiswiho: A promiiioiit expositross of tho doctrine of Chrixtion Kcienco wa.i iiivitud by a nuiiibur of Indies in one of the �nburl).s who had bceomo interested in-these iloetriiies Hiid wa�t-e u tiio subject. Hho ojimo, and bcgau her addrohniu a small Iccturo room. "Ladifs," hho baid, "I wish to im-proHB U}mi> your luinda tho fact chat nothing <,ii;it� an it� aed to lUaiu and blookon tho hands, For days and days, under the old thought, 1 httvu worn-uponaiy iin-gurs the dark ataiu.s made by paring quinces. Well, as I worked over tlioio quinces yestarday, par;ing, qnarteriuc, handling'thorn, I tlioiight; 'How foolish, now, to snpp n would find thorn porfoiitly clean. Well, la-dioii, not only did i pare and quarter thoso qninccH, but after I had com-�pletcd-llicm I had occasion to out and uroporo a nuiiiberof tomatoes, and you know how dreadful they aro snpiioMcd to be. 1 pare -in^ with suppressed laughter. Being in oonaiderablc part housewives, the ladies l.iiew that in the nature of' mere matnrial things the juice of tomatoes will wash away and utterly remove tho atoiu of any other frnit whatsoever, and lhat afte'r cutting untoma-toea not a vostig'o of tho qoloco stain oooldhavo bc�U'lefl u)ion tbo woman's bands, Christian seionoo or no Christian aoienoo,.-W roved a failure, a man approa^obed P. O. Campbell, ths invaulat, and said: "Mr. Caiupbull, that wa4,an exculleut asoeusion; allow ma to expreaa my apprsetation of rtt;" ind htt dcpcaited. A lym^y in � \tr Campball's hand. >fr Campboll gravaty thanked htiu, aud a se^\>ud man oatuo ui> aud wtwl Uuottgh Ui� aaqta (irinxMiUug, aud waa foUowad by A thud. Theu thay all enjor^ad a luMty laugh. - Tbe invouk^r oahnly lookad at tho tbree colusi^ and rft-iWukadi "WeU. j^ottdkn a^* that I MtV� aAU* o�ata. aud b�(oi;<< I giva 1% I wttl wavlBM ;�tt that I ttaw� oooald* UwHI^lSlMt U a
                            

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