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Alden Times (Newspaper) - September 26, 1890, Alden, Iowa BUSINESS DIRECTORY I have no opjiortttmty to cnmntONirate with th** notaidt world or to **!!• ct thru , liberati n, | Tltrnr it a <1«<» t< r in |i*-w Ih'i ii. I Conn., who, to say the bast, tannin pie figure in medical i irele*. Ho argue* that t Ith is health?. Ho hmbUeu means “wholesome," and if ho knows aa list!* alme! sanitary -riche*- ai al-ult th* ii tattling of tngli-h words no on# ran **■ r. 1#>r at anjttur.g lit -a*-. Ho i« opp*meal to a (fail!bing --idinancc in New Haven, and Int' written *<mif I fig letter' m which he clams ilia! tilth mil K'" d In .lith go hand in hand. II* -av-* among thor thing-*:    “If a pm n I- naiad for its ti 11 ti it is still nm re cola* brail I f r it* health, ami our public in-wtituti a* have |*fove<i I • ; - I doubt tile Ii aimless nature « f se" ig*-* .* Hindu ut* tlie seizure if I a I I > at by th. inapt--tor', declares that ll is “sheer IMM)*i ii*-i- to forbid.tin- -ale of pinnas tare vi al, even if it t><- but four h 'ira j old, ar cl In.as?' that lie has ad'i --I »o* men t give to tin it cli ii dr* u, “especially t" I *e Suffern; g with eh -I* ia iii* f anthill," wator from well** that are ?,« ar ! certain vaults. ♦ he «ight, btit is not a desirable ob;er| to handle. This cheerful insect is armed with a pair of fangs of ant Ii strength that it can readily lute off the mrner of a # kiln drnsi railroad lunch counter pie. Its terminal fa* iliti* a consist of a | air of hooka, A full grown centipede is occasionally as lung and broad as the blad- of a table ktiife. In some parts of Met-ion the centipede ta even larger, ami aim-lit a' danger- us as a rattlesnake. Full side of the insect is armed CHOICE SELECTION OE TERESTINC ITEMS, •DP. A I.EHR VINDICTIVE INSECTS IN LONE STAR STATE. Cionmenls amt (.'IiUrlSWS* lu.nl I tin- lls|-|i«-iiing. ut the liar (Diatoms! anti .im* int*!. C HARTS have b*-»*n i repsr* I show nu? that the eye has 7 JU distinct expressions, conveying as many different shah s of meaning. Ii is stated that tin- <iertnaii Klectric ( ompany of Madrid has in contemplation the installation of a plant for clee trie plowing on a large property in the > - utral part of Spain. ALDEN Winona, 111., Coal, Warranted 95 Pee Cent. fwL radiant f/>noR. n». we, a. p. a a. m. WU! meet in twg-ilar c- mrminleat i n od tIi— Pm Cst »v*-nin* au ar hor of* th- full in--si, st 'ta • rn Hail. Ai-lsn, !.*»*. Visiting hrtihrsn sr* r Cl s.ir (n-rMeHtn sit*nit. M L l isles W X. , ll W i r«ak»t, Baersury. aldev MBjuny Avn tikadino nrvix- In turrnnnl Hull.ling Opw sri-rr Cst (int astron*, stinter alasetai yearly Mb* rip. ti-I,* rant*. Ut*. V r. furry Fraud rat. Miss fsiltls Ta* lur, titcnuif. ALDEN lAHiOK, No. -I, I. O. O. p Mo.-ta *titt WsdnssUay avenin? st IMI*?- • Mali Muting brwshran ars cr.Hail* invited U.attar! I. Ii Ii Iona*, Neeretary. Ai.i-rs i/vtxiK No ie. a.o n. w,—Meet* at I'ti.v a Hail llegn sr mwtlrifl ascend and lait I ai , tar «v«i,ai?« of each month, AH VUU*-.ti men liar* ara ■••r.ltailr in* He*! to avian I L C. I tog ara, kl W , J. Toinlinaon, Os Sumac. Dlttino I/IPOI-F Ne TU. K. Of r kf ratings tic flr.t an I tho I ti** la, aver Owl of aarh «i i.tti In filar a HUI. VUU tug KnUl.ta ai. • ar* waicoma. M J. it**r, C, C. P. K. Pi Witt, A. ut It. said A PETER TRYIOR, PP ALEE Cf- Live Stock* GRAIN, Seeds & Coal DK ALER DV “It is really curl s.” -aid the (’/ar lately, “that I mi} n-«t rely u u -ingle one of my diplomatists. They nil iM> always promise Mid never fa till. I prefer my generals an litindred fold. I he meanest ai them, wore he * 'en an arrant foul, would be vat have tho audacity to affirm a faet which he knew to l*e untrue.” It -1 ii in VK of the | el em I tory bn i-nes* habits of the Webb Isiys tins i-told bv tlu* New York e* rres|x indent • -t I ’ Iii la-lei I - Ii in    In the early -lavs of lo Seward Webbies a railr ad man ha attempted a little show of auth--city with NI r I tv ti lid, which that gentle man treated in his dry, 'iircastic wav. It '•    -    titat VII. Vanderbilt was just -load when his -<>n*in law, Hr. We’-b, in a business letter called Mr. (toib I rather | mr etui tardy to account, and preseated Ins ultimatum in a :..at tjtfu cerning some exchange in bud-rn**- beta eon the \ inderbilt and Cb-?ild roods. Dr. Webb* idea was to hurry Mr. «* ?x 1*1 to a settlement, lint Mr. (iou. I vvas not to lie hurried, " T even brot?/ ■ to a ooosideraU ii of tin- case, ami I wrote a short note to Mr. Webb in winch la* simply -aid that his sorrow over th* -I- i’ll of Mr. Vanderbilt tim** or f< .r days bef- re had bees so poignant that lie war* unable to consider any baal rn — with in- *on-inlaw at pre-en t. Iii* probable that Mr. Mould bas md heard from Dr. Seward Webb -mce. Flu pro.crswe- in tin* royal and semi-loyal houses of Kunkle are so sensible as the Princess Maria Ann of Portugal, who is alroot to marry ail untitled doctor of medicine. In reply to an intimate friend win- asked lier recently how -lie could marry a man - I such low-rank when so many princely suitors were at lier dup*-si, she said: “I prefer to marry a man with -ut a name rather than a name without a mart. 1 " Attern*? arni Cnnnwlftr at law. Pr--tnt t attention gt*snte—< ll* t na* Offrw* »'sr I Us- a Him an * Moro, .video. II .r-hu «suBtn Iowa. y r FKisniE. m r>. Physician wad Snrgaoa, Aliso town Ollie* oval Keating’s liar*!van ■tor*. Heavy and Shelf Harfwan, Peckit lei Tiki Cittiry, Tinware & Woodenware, tea Isr^aat and Rn aal ftoel at 700K I HEATING STOVES i BUGH <». W. din i v, of Truckee, Cal., makes th*- following unique jaditical an mum cen (Ult : *1 sui a IV) did. ut cand Ida'e f *r the office of road overseer in and for District No. 5 dn-endrnt up n the voters of said ihstrict. I am pre-eminently '-mud ut-*n all the leading i nest ions, ft rn th*- tariff all the way down to 'Who struck Billy Patterson?’ ami if elected will do my duty, and if defeated will submit without kicking." \ o en Ti, r: MAN who w rote concerning the price of I*-ar.I in a country tow ii i -*41-1 to have receive*l this telegram in Tenty r “ii ard, a w* ■ ky mrlrrdmg wa-hiiig up the carriage and juan, ttgi-nL llohitisoii." He wr«it«- ii * -sw.-r that, though b -th t Irmo ar***it Ajrsl fur Vill-n.ti Kl*atm*hlp Mm aw I Gnaws /sj*ros« ti*., of yroojwrt, IU. I can **11 c tesm«Mp t rkrts. ani can btinf go lr fil*-n<l* or a. nd th- in Alway* rrw*!y to git* iuToi ui« nun. T. J. IU CK. Ai '.sn, la. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEN, IOWA, • Notary Public, Real Estate, Leat ll may i -t lie gem r ill? known tb.at .State i list it u11 -n exi t * f >r the purpose f pirvcating tin* I Hiding of such alien •or-on- from foreign c nntries "bv are Shortest, Quietest and Oily Direct Line B ETWEEE ALDE5, IOWA FALLS, ELDORA, AND CHICAGO, 5IILWACKEE AND ALL EASTLUN POINTS. Fares *<**«»* netrr-‘?a*a-t en kmg cr ahor? t .a at low rales >f Interest. A ergs Ila: of lm;-roved and anlmprovad lamia for aal**. PERFUMES semis a cowan - piuir ■** srnt t* ar iii* V** Uryc Ta riel jr, ct *|t»t«1f# 'Vtom Uitlnjr 'jn ality lf ti.r.e Parti mea ha** rn**ta Hi cm r*i*<,rmte«J »bd rata die*|th#trMii*irn »h#r« Tfttjr »r» |>rrfsrr«4 it- frier KOO-1 fur I Heir rt    eirffau.    a as*! neate- rn n»**e«nr*l Appl/ I" Jour dfu|ftH Id! U*MI AAd •ai ail (Hal I* r|*n»»r4. RICKSECKER’S TOOTI POKIER ihly p rn sass rd lbs fiiwrt r*>»S#r In UM--riniirii- rtiiMik •«•*! brMth aaa rvDy I, »mt try l(y*>o sr* aul »lr*-,lr astnglL. RICKSECKER'S FACE POWDER BT TAKING ll -.trTi^tlry. |«t in Iwl'r In • HIUIn, |io»il#r ami* 3»* II -u. » -n-l y--u will *•*> II »l**f». INIO. llQlliClift, ftlfUHtt, mw TOIL THIS SHORT ROUTE & we. onoomw NOTARY PUBLIC, heal Estate, Concetto! ni Inraraa AGENT. ALDEN, •    -    -    -    IOWA. Farm and Town Property KOB BAUE AXD UNT, CONNECTIONS AT ELDORA JUNCTION with the Chicago ami Northwestern Railway for Tama ( tty. Cedar Rapids, Clinton, Chicago, Milwaukee, Des Moines, Council Bluffs, St. Paul, Minneapolis and all points lo Dakota, Nebraska, kmisii and the West. ELDORA with the C- nIra] Iowa Railway for points North and South. IOWA FALLS With the B., C R A N. and Illinois Central Railways, for Water I-*-*, Dubuque, Fort Dodge and Sin ox City For all inforatlon about Freight or Passenger Rates, apply to our local agouta or address the General Freight and Passenger Agent at Eldora, Iowa. JOHN PONTER, W. 8. PORTEN, Ga*'! X*M*|rr.    a.    r. rnmd r. JL w hich in |*os«- somew hat resemble a couple of girl graduator* plating a duet on a piano, are called devil’' horses, I-’it unlike th- girl graduates thus employed, the dev ii V horses are perfectly harmless. Tho appearance of the devil’a horse is very much against him. inasmuch a' he rem-rn blea man more than any other lH'cct that has ever been invented. His small, round head aud long neck are sugge-tive of a .ludo. His head, by the way, ■*•. rn to revolve on a swirtd, or pivot, like that of an owl. Two long feelers sprout from the bumpa of mu Hilliness, If man were, in proixirtion to his size, as strong as a devil's horse it is estimated that he could throw a book ugeut a mile and a half Th*- devil’s horse is dispoeed lo be so lable, not to sav obtrusive. When BANK OF ALDEN, BKH. BIRDSALL A SOH. Alden, Hardin Countv, Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLO. LAND OF FLOWERS I DOUSSAN’S Callectlena mode a Specialty. Oomj her vigorous baud upon a wielder of the tomahawk. • Lout on Bool El tate. A RukTiaS roman, dressed like a Turk and shaking tho Turkish language tluently, recently arrived iu Tiflia from Reezah. Several years ago ■he had been decoyed from her home in kertcliinak aud sold to a Turk. She waa kept in a harem in Reezah since then, anti no chance was given her to communicate with any one ntitania At laat abe got an opportunity to communicate with the Russian consul at Reezah, through whom abe was enabled to escape from the harem and to return to her native land. She says that there are many Russian women kept in the harems of Reezah, and that the Tnrka seem to have a predilection for them. None of them feels happy in her position. Unfortunately for them, they are watched with such vigilance that they the oEimreoE Lumber, Brick, the lights are lit rn the parlor becomes through the shutters and pnxwmds Ut crawl dew u (Tie back of some lady. If he is foiled in this direction tie may ascend the linda* of some youth underneath his rainmt-nt. He respect* no perivon or part of a j*er-*on. lie is gotten up in assorted sizes to suit the different tastes of different people. The centipede, as will tie seen at a glance, belongs to the scolopendra fam ny, and is, of course, related to the myriopoda branch of it. The centipede is not only unpleasant end repulsive to Cement and Lime.