Alden Times, October 24, 1890

Alden Times

October 24, 1890

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Alden Times (Newspaper) - October 24, 1890, Alden, Iowa die Alden volume xiii.ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1HOO. NUMBER SU BUSINESS DIRECTORY CirumoHKs. _00NfU04n0M4L CITmoi-4brftM sash !)*>*■ a* a t'liM i. ak §*b4at mal a ll ak. Iinli u Md lihdd fiwiM, O. Millar TVtV rMV-OB UM A lf M. U. Clftmaa-«OTr1e« MUM o’clonk a. rn Pr«*. bl af aiwry ■ador 1*0 BUT School ll It rn or cry •*a*f. l*r»r« ITI rd I Bf arary Thursday era*. tim •* I o'clock. 'Heman i,uthf.ean rn orch •rdf Mn* bath al li'Bi o'clock a rn. Ha a lay •rhool I ai Mi Bd tnt dr adar nomine anrrloBC. M a CW DUCH IU*. J vt Forsyth, Baal or. •arrieaa CTBry Banda? ak ll o'clock a m and at c to ii na. Cinct Bratina al IO o'clock a a. arar* Mafcbtth. Prayer moaUus ayary Tuaa iay sad Thursday cran loo *ET sSt    ' ' F"*ct         mm v    EOCIliTIEE. •AP I AWT LODGE No. MO. A. f. A A. BL, frill meal la Njolar ooanmoalrailnw on tho Tri da? araaiacaa or batora tan fall na raw, al «a aoaio Hall. Aldea. Iona. Vuinaf br# bran ara cordially «**«adka akund I U ricrac W M.; & W crooks!, Baaaatarf. ALDEN LIEB ABY ANO RBA DI NO BOOM-la Eayreosd Bal Id lac. Opaa arar r day and ama tai, Naaday axaautad. Tearly en barr ta-donc. T nan ta. Mn. p. H Barry. PrnntdcaT. ■Aaa I attle Taylor, Baaratary. ALDIN DODO I No. IM, L 0.0. P.- Manta a»arj* Wadaaaday aren In* at Utter • Hall vi.iuna bat ta ran ara actually la* I ted Mat taad. I H *    * ALDIN LO DOI Mo. lkB. A. O O W. Mi eta at (Ttlay'a Rail. lUfaiar mcctlnn aaaaad aad las* raced CT areain«a af each month. AH ftamaa matt bare ara cordially In ti ted to atua I K 0. Bacon, M. W.; J. Tom 11 pan a. la in KIOO IvnnOPI No rn. It of P. Median tike drat aad third Turaday •*»ntn*s of earb month In Utters Hall. VUiiiac Ani .bu a1* Maya w al coms. M J. tuaar, C. C. P. I Feast, Lot A and d HAIK J. rn RHT. A Horner aal Caawaalar ak Law. Pmmnt att*' tics Cl an to rn Ila t oak Or no fray list a Unicn'k Holt, .VUteu. Hardin jouak/, ikvt 8DP80H & COUSIN —BUUM nr Grain, Un Stock, 1 Alf IV1  . COAL, ALDEN,    IOWA, fflaaaa, III. CbbI, WirruM H Oat. PW. PETER TAYLOR, DK Aiel I Of. jy r niNBii m. ». PtyaMaa aal largua, £W*a Iowa. OO** our Meat nja Hard war, t. J. itifflt ri== BARBER AND HAIWIBKSKR I ua BOO Ataaotahlp t chats aad can brine yo ir Meads or awd them Alway! ready to Cl ta late. mu Hob. t. J. HOK, Aiuoo, la. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEN, IOWA. Rttir? PokUc, Real aute, Ital UM HU ILA. NCWC AGENT, Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Coli. ALDIN, IOWA. WHXZAJC KHA TIVO. D aal «r ta Unit and Shelf Hardware, Pied aal TiMi Ofay, Tinware A Woodenware, the largos! aad Sa oat sUafe af 3001 IEEATLKG STOTTS i RUMS CHICAGO, IOWA AHO DAKOTA /840-------‘-4,47A. ti hi* Hat f Peoria Au Saltli arrltod in 177®. He fura i hat time future ureal »• lf >- had I* visited. Probably the |{K\ I IS UKK FICTION. 2*;, MARVELS SUGGESTED BY THE CENSUS REPORT The Phenomenal llrotrlh nl < til, afo Pop. ulat un Whir Ii lltrraacac by Multlpllro-tIna.Not Addition Iknohllnc Kifhl Time. In Piny I'ear* Urine < btref,,anc Mont. col Witty** In (ha I’rccent < tty I.lmlta Tbs ti es a I fir*, aad tho Itondarfol City lf huh Rcicltol from It Many Thine* ta Which the ti or 1,1 • fair fit? l-ead. tho t’nltorra. Tam ioaao n»*n ia al on lone °r short I ma at low rate# of interna'. A lares Hat cf I rn pro rad and un tai prorod loads for kale. paPERFUME8l! ^■twut a CoaUn c aum at UTU. "'tSe Uen rarlrty. c>qt> id ta ndcct aad laatiac faalHf et I acca Parfaisra ken made term acier# led aaa MaMahyS their (ala atar? ahcrc TU/ ara Moran ad •Mnn/tnd tar tkdr rob rata. ateesaaa rad ■#■#■ ave cccctccac Appl, t * /oar Srn«gM tor WMB sad not aU task Is r laiaaad. MMSieurS TMH NCMI rn tarart.kl/ yraaoaa—d Uke Bant ftrU a tua gWUBHB* Brae J SMB ta ti J 11 fee af* W**    *“    ow WIBCia'l FACE NVMI sasSsasEKSF®** im titiitnn. naiad, ira na belled, ducted ail Only Direct Lure IHT* EEN ALDEN, IOWA FALLA, RL DO EA, AHD (HI ('AUO, MIL WAUKEE AND ALL EASTERN POINTS. Passengers Can Save FROM S HOURS TO 0 ■ ATWEEN CHICAGO MO POUTS OI TIII UK BT TOLINO NOTARY PUBLIC, Int BM; MMS at toad AGENT. Farm and Town Property CANK OF ALDM, IDJ. BIRDSALL 4 BOI, Aldan, Hardin Count*. Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and 80La CbUbcUam bi add a Specially Hmm) • Lbbb se Baal btath ROBERT HOLMES, IR- Lumber, Brick, Cement and Lime. AUMEN, ■BWA, THIS SHORT ROUTE. and designed at a Wet, or mom properly theme, fur Ih*< present ar th'la, they will du well to look them-over on< e mom and read them atlatl ti vc I jr. They are the fliting* tin’ la»l unofficial—<»f the population of tin* idly of Chit .1*0. taken frrtm the United State* Census It. |«irt* of the tear- 1840 and IHUO, re-pectlveif. Between them lieu an Interval of only one half , entury a half ■ ••I,tory of -V' h marvel.nj* growth aud wimdrrfnt development »■> to well nigh make one doubt the et Idem e» of hit own -•nary, and imagine it a -cr I km of that king pint age when genii Waved magic wand* and pnlaees like that of Aladdin rose to perfection in a -1 ngIi night Chi* ago I* at pre-en I, aud for Him-\e#r> and more income Witt tie, for that loatu-r a < ynoknre for the kyat of the entire > ivill/iil world. In IRM the World * 1 olumldaii Lair will be hekl there, and All previous International exposition- completely eclipsed. But auikl the hrilliancy and wonder* of t It all. tin city Itself will ntand out a* tim greatesi of all VthMb. * Many pen* ars writing aoeouat* of tile rise and ARtcSS of -in-|tl*tic* hat e come lo be regarded, aud very properly It Would seem. a* the drle*t of all reading matter. If any of our reader*.however. In obedience to a custom which ha* assumed tho loire Fort of habit, have; born “•kipped" the The -ama year came John Kin/le, an two line* of Ag • Indian trader from rd. Joseph, on the urea given above , Michigan -Id® of the lake He pur /Bk* MVCTI-TI cha ss',! til CONNECTIONS AT ELDORA JUNCTION with the Chica** and Northwestern Railway for Tama City, Cedar Rapids. Clinton, Chicago, Milwaukee. Des Moines. Council Biola, Bt. Paul. Minneapolia and all pointe la Dakota, Nebraska. Kansas aad the Weal ELDORA with the Central Iowa Railway for points North aad South. IOWA FALLS with the B., CRAW, and Illinois Central Railways, for Waterloo. Dubuque. Fort Dodge and Sioux City for all inforation about Freight Of Passenger Rates, apply to our local HQAW or address the General Freight sad Pia-peager Agent at Eldora, Iowa. JOHN POUTER, W. I. FORTER, O.W.mmdr. A. ^PERFUMES*19- I —RUM KMM RHM BT VMI— LAND OF FLOWERS I DOUSSAN’S Swset South V. A his*Mjrtsklse»TaoBsHUb I KACH cm con. Ii aiao otm mu nm araouiffnM. BSKSHMASI tWHIIKltT f I LIMAS I Kl AM I HSMMAL SINK I J and repaired the old 1 ainu of residing there with hi* family. Lpon the breaking nut of the war with England in    1812 tin- Indian- took    to th* war path.    and through their    usual trea( hery succeeded h* ma—a-ting over progress    -if    tin-    famous    city,    ami    many ,    gfty people    at t iilragn. including    a num- penetii dnph    ting    the    magnificent    work    ber of women and • hUdran. of her ar-liiust- and ••uglneer*. yet! In IHA the fort wa* rebuilt, and orr-u-then* seem- no danger of the matter j pbd for twenty-one tear- It wa- d**- rnoll'hed in 18.'i6. \ number of pimple an* -till living in Chi< ago who were there when it wa- incorporated a* a city Iii I WIT. and there are a few much older rc-idi ut-. “old settler*' plinkar** annually held There one ma) le ar many amusing and startling stork-- of the olden time It seems incredible, but it I- true, that within the memory of men now living In Chicago, where stalely building* now stand, wild animal- were hunted and shot. In tho early dav* the prairie* were infested w ith wolves, and wolf hunt* upon ground now covered with tim- residence* .ire prominent among the meioorio* of the early settlors. From IMO the growth of the city wa* -teady and rapid. In KUM) it contained 29.U03 people, which, in the nest dei ade. I had heroine IO®,TOA. The war proved a great stimulus to Chicago, not only adding to Its population but v a*tly Increasing Its manufaetorles aud commercial Importance. In 1870 it ha’d passed the three hundred thousand mark and taken Its place among tho foremost cities of Upcountry. A* the great civil war 1* used aaa point of time from w hu h the most of our people date and antedate events,*So the Chicago tire ha* provided the residents of the city with a -tarting point from which ■ouourri «K VALLEY I I LILY or riCCIOLA I mwi mm mruiictT co, THS OR RAU Or (.A SAI.UR. being .-mmiji ovenione. or the Interest of the public becoming *Rtl*f1ed. much less cloyed. ('hicago liegan life a- a city in 1SS7. It had a population of 4,170, which, at the taking of the si lib national eonaua, in 1840, was found to have Increased to 4,47®, or about loo a year In the flfty years which have elapsed since the latter date, It has doubled eight times, and left a margin of about 50,000 Insides. Taking this Item into account, its people have doubled every six years slnco 1840. This advancement by a geometrical progression (by multiplication , rather than addition) breaks all the record* of the world, and discounts the wildest dreams of all the enthusiastic bubble-blower* and boomers who In th** pa«t have predicted her might) future. Chicago Is now the first city of the ’ nation in point of area, the -u-coud In the matter of population, and the third In nothing af importance. The Ural white resident of Chicago wa* a negro from San Domingo, named Jean Baptist*) Point au Bable. This Iliberni-••ism has been attributed to one William Caldwell, a local celebrity of later years. J san Rapture was a politician, and that of no nae an order, so far as his ambition was concerned, lits first vc beme was to ingratiate himself with th* Indiana, be-oomo a chief, and, planting a colony of bls own native Man Domfngoans, rule all aa grand sachem, and attain perhaps to the title of king. Falling In his ambition, as scores of would-be politician* * at Fort «'lark, th*- -ammer ut the site of the -en -everal times first man to arrive wa* a missionarv priest. Para James Marquette, who r»m<- in im, Seven year* later arrived sn Indian trader, 1 Robert t l.s'-^ije, in whoa* honor was named the »tn et at th*- held of which the It hi I .J Trade now -lands. As Castile sud bl* companion approached iii an open ixiat, he ettelglmed: "Already I «*e th<* loon ti* ss million- who will -••me time inhabit these fertile valleys." IN*rhap- something of prophetic vision w.1* given    him.    and    he -rw a picture of what the    -waspy    morse* about him    j would be st the end of two centuries of time. In |8nn, llllnoi* ami Indiana were or ganged together Into the Indian Terr! tory, v* it Ii    the    »eat    of government at Vincennes    Ind.    In    1804 a frontier mill-    , tar) im-' wa* *-*tahll-h*d at Chicago, and a l>t .<k fort er*-cied, and named !>< srborn. after Gen. Henry Dear : In the awful boiocauivt which ensued ms the 8th anil !*th, At midnight of that dreadful Munday the flame- leaped acrose the river and assailed »h«- commercial quarter of lh* great matr<jpoll*. Despite the frantic effort* of the brave firemen, It* sour** could not bo stayed. It soon burst all attempted bond* of restraint, and. Ilk Ail insatiate demon, swept on, throogb block* devoted to squalor, vice, and pov efty, to the brick aud marble palaces beyond. Mo rapid wa* Hie march of the fire fiend that within two hour* long lines of magnlfi'cut “fire-proof“ building* had gone up In flame and -moke, and’down in iwWtcd Ism aud broken fragments of brick and -tom- At 3 w’ctock the Court llou*e. with it* Invaluable records, sur enmbed to th* enemy, the great tied pealing what. rued a parting knell as It wrent crashing down. Frow this moment the city was doomed. The fire swept on. - reseed th* river to the northward, and devastated the section lying along the lake for a distance of two and a half tittles. A* a spectacle, It was, beyond doubt, the grandest as well a* tho most appal- e.Ht t*r«ae-.HS, t*3o. ling ever presented to the ayes of mortal. From an elevated position the appear anc* wa- that of a huge -ca of flame. sweeping In vast breaker* and billows over th** doomed 1 Ity. A square of -uh«tanlfal building* would lie submerged like Av child - liny heap of sand upon the (.each of the m oan. Often the devouring element -< cm*d to the horrified spectator* to take personal form, and • weep mockingly down upon pile* of massive marble, which -eemod to disappear in Ww twinkling of an eye Including street*, an an a of three and a third square mile* wa* burned over. The number of building- destroyed wa* more than 17,000. while I (Kl, 000 people were rendered homeless About 200 person* lost their Its- - ii 1* estimated that thi actual property lo**, not including depreciation of real estate or delaying of bas!hmm. amounted to nearly •200,000,IM*), u(Min winch comparatively Hwb* tnsttrance wa* recovered. Mo remarkable I* th*- energy of the I*eo#ie "f tip Garden ( Ity. that business wa* no* h>pg im'-mpted R*‘5idencc» were tuned into -tores* wooden building- were ex tern (tor sled, and iM*fore the first snow of winu-r bad fallen trade began to a*-timo something of its wonted proportion- \iM>nt three years iat- r, July 14, 1874, another great lire -wept over the devoted city, destroying sdsty aor**. <>r eighteen blocks, in the heart of the. tty, and about8t,000,<si0of properly. The “great lire* ruined thousand* of people, and broke up and forever destroyed no end of happy home-, Si far as the city wa- concerned, however, it proved a substantial benefit. The Chicago of ante-ti re day* contained many handsome and loetly building*, hut they were lntcr-per-<*d with other* of a poor mc cavalcade promenade in A WOt-r HIST IR KAM.V DATS. 01.D roar uaAaaoaa. anat ted ta I ABS. all historical occurrence# aud private experiences are reckoned Graal In her successes and iritunphs, Chl< ago Is not to be outdone eve® ta bur rn I* fort ane*. On the night of Ort. Sib. !87I. the kicking of a cow overturned a lamp In a ■table In the West Division not far from the river, aad kindled tho moat disastrous conflagration of which the annals of history make mention The preceding day the greaten Are in have; Before Iii* (Tim- and Mitre, “Tie f Hie htWkff Of (Dc (TtyDHI -srrpt away abaadoncd hu cabin on the river, with-. several blocks in (ira West Dlvimua. but draw to diagurt from the scone of hi* de- this bad been lost sight of and forgotten kind, tlu- entire effect being in no.xcusc striking. The Chicago of 1-nxi iv the finest-built city of America, sod. many weli-luformed (>eople say. of the wowid. Progress aud improvement! i» now more than ever before the watchword. Buildings to which th** ( hicagttau pointed with pride a (loran year* ago ara now being tom down, tw be repined with magnificent strut tiara* of front twelve to sixteen stories in hwlgiit. la many reganA- Chi< ago Teat!- att competitors. It-- msnufa* rarie* are einirmou*. It is abe greatest grain, cattle. hog, curari meat, and liuaber marki-e in the world. Aaa railroad renter It ha* no rival on the globe Da -v-t< rn el parka and driveways leady- those of -he entire earth. It has one graal advantage over the older cities. Thi* I* aalimltcd spare, which enables industrious and thrifty workers of *1) kinds Up po*-*— h<M-«— of their uwa The city at present tael ut) < * 174 *qu4ra mile* within its Hants wild bids fair to extend them lie fare many years Mata passed by. To enumerate the remarkable »n-t14ration s of the Chicago of beday, with its 1,100,000 people, would raqufra a volante or a long serie* ofmrtlrirs. Aftcr aH, writ I ngconveys but a poor idea af the -itiiatlun. To fully appreciate or even r» »Hra the immensity aud grandeur of the city by tho take. It ufbst be visited by all who desire to keep, in amy sense, abraa*t of the wonderful march which<»ur civilization Is making hr the*** Hrtkhr days;— IMHfigt Ba t ow IN. onicauo, IU HEW 8TVLI8 FOR SHO KRS A derided departure from the trad! urinal smartness and ae verity of ladies'' ruling ha bite has been made this sn rn mer in l.sadmt In-•tea<f of the Primps of fair eqoestrri • n n e a molded int# sleek, fanltleaaly fitting I labile, dr*(Maying ut front but a rim of white around the threat and a gentleman’s scarf ornamented with a horse shoe or emf* in the shape of a pin, with amart high hate and riding glnvne, each aa alike the other in general eft est aa row* 00 rows of shining new S, there are now inf through Ute How. at the hour when all the world, including royalty, rides a mob of haphazard riders in an endless variety of neglige dress more appropriate for a yacht race or a pie than for the stately the park. Instead of the high hat with its trim little blank veil, sailor hats with broad bande of scarlet, bine or white omen nine out of ten heeds. Usually the hat it ai white straw, boa al) colors are seen. and if the sailor in aet worn a pot hat takes its plars. AU kinds and colors of skirts ars worn under the loosely flapping (avert coats, some are of :.i!k and others nf cotton. loosely gathered and accompanied with the inevitable sailor tie. while others have the stiff fronts and are worn with a scarf of soft -ilk, the ends of which are tacked into the waistband, (b-oasioually ■ flannel shirt is seen without any anat at all, bal this la rather ultra and not. altogether good form, in spits of the general tendency to untidiness. Some women till Wear habit bodice*, which opes over well-fitting waistcoats, but eve*. these (-oats flap in the wind on a breexy day, and lack the smart els gaace and appropriate neesof the habit* which, previous to tho season of 1H'.*0, made Hot ten How. at the riding hour. oue of the finest sights in London. A new habit, introduced for the worn • bo follow the honnds end have the courage of their nee tactionrn so far as cross meddle riding is consented, nomads of a coat which button* w lib one button Across the cheat, worn over a shirt of flannel or -ilk, according to the climate, and a kilted skirt, which reaches lie-low the knee Long boots meet the skirt, luther of black or untanned leather, with -teong -ole* for walking, projecting in a ridge alinit the on Urds, which prevents the foot from slipping too far into the stirrup. Another dross, also intended for riding cross saddle, eqnalily safe and practical and considerably more chic and smart, baa a habit male in the -hat e of a man’s (rook coat, which fall* below the knew-and in buttoned the whole war down. The long boots are rather more conspicuous than with an ordinary but with this exception there is nothing shout it In the least unwomanly or Loud. The controversy on the vexod question of eros* or side saddle riding seems to bove died out from el’ turn. The av<vrage English’^woman who] ridden all her life on a side-saddlo ’ wot change her methods for any ' words, however bitter, or for mcntn however conv acing Bat there is no doubt that era sa-saddle riding insures a (afer posit! ss, gives t>eUer control over a spirited anima', and is aliogc'Der less fatiguing on long rnna or over a rough country._ Wyoming's Sataraar Mars Francis E. Wa-ren, whom I'residesb Herr aaa appointed Tern tonal Governor ti Wyoming early ia hi* oflcdaL term, was chosen Governor al th# new .State at the rooaot election. Governor) Warren is intnmtely cenraected the mdnstnes od Wyoming, aa is shown by. the fact tdsd he is Et asiden t of the 3 ViiA.Ni la SAHJULV Warren Live Hteok Company, President of the Warren-Mav Mercantile Company, l’re-ident of the Cheyenne Klectrie Light Company, President of the Cheyenne Gas Company, President of tho Cheyenne Carriage Company, a heavy stockholder lu the street railway company, and a director of the Cheyenne and Northern Kailway. No-Matt kb how .great a burden it ie to him, the doctor ran usually end ural life it he has patience. ;