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   Alden Times (Newspaper) - December 19, 1890, Alden, Iowa                                volume xiii. ALDEN IOWA, FRIpAY, DECEMBER 19. 1890. �ll8INB88DIRCCT0flY >^^JRnj|�4iiMUBtaTuy-Thand�y��u.> ainuN unvEBAN cinnioB-B�rvi��i Hm libbath t� 10;U o'�look.k.n. Sunday ebaol iBUMdUtcfjr (tUr mornlBg.MvtoM. M. li. CIIURCII-Rav. C. r. Kirk, I'�Mor. �mtfit'iVirir' Boottr at tl-Vefiiai �.' mrsad �l�'JOp BTa .. mf l^t*r*rl. III. MB aoU Steamahlp tlokets. aad can bnng r trtanda or acad tbom. Alwayi ready to rlitfoimatloor- TidrBlCKjlwan, 1�. - A. BUTTON, ALDEH. IOWA, ^lotary Public, Heal Estate, Loaii Fatal loaaa aeiiatlBlad on Iobk or ahorl KlmatBt low ratea of Intarast. ' A lacta Uat ot Improrcd and unimproTad tfalSiTaate. lANE OF ALDEN, ^HWf: BOMALL ft WH,~-Ai'dan, HBrdIn obuntv, Iowa. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD. ~-CollecUniii-iMde-�-NpeciaUr.~MMWj Heaiy and Sbelf Hardvare, V PKMMTaMiMlifT. TinwiMW A; Woodenware, C00EimTn�S!O?B8lBAl(6ES WIIXIAM UATIHO, Aldaa. lawa. RBUPriHBUIES. -____   ^DiALUL IN- Lumber, Brick, -Cement- Grain, LiveHock, aLden, "........-.......-.5 iowa. WlnoBt, m.. Coal, Wamuitod 96 Fer -DEAIiBRDl- Seeds & Coal, alden, iowa. CHICAGO, IOWA ANO DAKOTA rtJkxxiij&jLrx: Silortest, Qoickest and Only Direct Line BETWKES ALDEil,   IOWA   FALLS,  ELUOBA, AND CHICAUQ, lULWAUKEK AKD ALL EASTERN POraTS. LOST LOVE. Iir MItH. N. H. MOIIANna. Tlioro cnnio n riiilliiiit.Rim'it to miiy Tim UiiiK Hwpi�fli>M D�ath nnd his Hlcklii: And CDuiuN nnd'j^orH a rnillunt Kni^*^!. And fnlriwt Kciniii when llckh'. Tho innia to whom lir ivinic In gnl-.u Am rumuto on iho morning, Now liackn-nrd looks with fiiltlitnl pyo�, _ UPAf to ull laut\lM'unil tM'ornlhK. Why rnin r^ffrot? the Hiiiiimer stie^i   -  -Wont In lilH yuuthmi xplcmliir: I'orhnpH Ik* left huhlnil hh l)�'�t� A niiMiiiiry nwiii't nml Iciiilcr. number 39 WK,: od 11 all oa Lloael io gl�'e. Sho had Dalura long aga And now. liUMitil ilolurn had appeared a�tiln. . llehoff'ii'adaavorfid to obtain an Interview with her, but falling In tbia had bocomii Hcniialnted with tboinnnngor, and made hl4 uppoiirancc behind thu Hconw. lie HiMMniKl Io be rich, ito Kpont Itla inon-JiiyJ-'-'lily^ lln Imd mailii hlnimlf arinilrctl by Ihi'TTIuilu i;ompiiny-Imd-. ft'aili riHd iriiiid '..... ninii^ kind   thlngx for them. When' thoy went hu followed.   Every one aupport, and sinking Into �> oonTihilent chnir groaned out hermlKory.  Thontrnggla bad been too much for. her. ilcr maid found her JitHt nsi nho was recovering. l,ola declared that Kho hud been aiileep, and a gl&a<inor-D�htrB-h��-blx~owii-l4eaa,-To-day^l liiay celebratehhi betrotbkl at tltohouta ot ^ CalMomlaii..'' AndXoU renieniberwl bow dark 4ie world I rwnWAaadhow a|i�^ii�d'.l�aBea against (;*ii|tMaBiaia �r.-walab and Bl.tMi^ii'jinAJno^mon     -B-llTl-Whll Ivroin llio back of -ThcviliT. n number of womon with cniorsliiK. Ibclr facoH exproMlUK dliittppolmment lii^ Minii> ciisos, anger In uthorR. nn(t"P.Tt:lruhKlnit li** ibey went- OMnnrkK of ii petiiluiri snrtj lp__lhol^ effect that Hunio child of. whom ihpy ftpokti won neither brIitliiiT nor pretllor than thobr own.-^-;-   � -      -     ______   -       , Wlihlii. nne yoiiiiit woman Htlll lliiRcredJ *itnndln;r l)ofori> tbti IcuflliiR litdy. wllO^ drcawd In walklnn nwlnmi-. recllnml In large vclvot rliHlr, and n iiorlly maitugef^ teho Htooil JInglliiK liH watch chain ani^ looking down upon thu ;;rau]) oviir IiIh largQ* waistcoat. Thu woiiinn, who^o llttln one hail' brefT aelucled to play a I'lilhl'H part In the piece, was riN'olvIng her iltrrrtloiiH an to ItM ror beanalK, the hour iif Hi arrival at nlirhl and tho hour lit which II iuu�i be taken homo. . "1 would stay with bor If 1 could," the young inothi'r siliI, '-but I wurk out by the day.-and have todoiill my owmmrk In Iho" evening, ."he will be safe, I know. You'll let no barm coiiic to bi-r, miss-,lio's very dear to mi!V" "Oil, she wltHwaii Iniportnnt porsotiaitc." said tho lady, pattlni; the chilo sorry for this some day." None of them knew, iionu of them dreamed of the li.ittle I,oln fought with liursolf. No oue Bues.se rtunlty came nt last. Bhe had come ton rehearsal, called l>o-caiise iif a change In one of the roles, ahd, -being early, sat alono reading a magBSlne she h.'iil brought with her. Siiildeiily a shadow fell upon the page. She Ionised up. Lionel rielura stood l>e.slde her, his lixed upon Ivor face. Khe lift-Til her eyetirows. gave hini a glance of of-fenilcil   asiimlshment.  and   n-siimeil  her book. _ _______.....______ . .1 ""Hill IliK irinfTIie illiTnol torn, away as he usually did when she awarded hini such tokens of displeasure.   He quietly dre In chilli wo huvn rtveil. l<|w-went t on the stage leading her Ixiy by the band. Hut Iheoyes of-tho cbunteai turned to a curtain curtain box, wbanco applause and bou'(iuotA:bad been souftAn cast to her. It was empty, or sho thought so, and her heart fell.' Hho hud dellberaloly done tho diied, but tho result was mUery.       � HbnJ)Bd:noJdnicUiat;Llonel:bttd::bC! ])licity oxt^rnwwwl pMo�tr^=mnB�-r��ttr-Mo ___________ The keynotti it| children^ coatnmM 1 giiiJpHcity, bnt it in pietnreiKinenim-" " 'in rare flnenenBot material, BttiatiiB. )iannbny ol obfcr-ing and exqnisit* daintincsaotwofMi manahip. Two little lasaies in T�r- 7^ Ian nlatm aid : V-Heoleh buunaU at---r^ ' 5! tracie  .-Ij ftil of running againat ^proething, ot-fll _g having 1 �o'inethiug-nin-againat-.TbeBB,: 5gr7TBeM^hiiarW^flf"^aWaCllHni Hootch nare|itiige, with genenttioaii of hardy Uiglilandera back nf them, darted in and_6ut_aniong tho peo^e_ iw 1 lightly and awiftly that Mt was diffiotilt for the atotit serving woman who ning tho ragged garments which It wore In tho wretcheil liabltutlon where tie next scene found It.-lts little fwl W'�i-rt'lliriisl" \ato loose slippers, ready to be i*ast olf when thu time for buro feet had �ome.   , Meanwhile, In thu splendid nursery of tho castle, tho mother ran wildly to and fro. -Now-ahe-searched liehlnd the tapestry: now Shu lifted a lighted lamp high above her head, and peeriMl into the coucli where she had.left her darling. "Gone!" sho shrieked, "gone, gone,-gone!" As Hho uttered the wor"lnT ;[ n ilOMT_Ut-w3V^"^ to receive me at your hotel? -I have an c.x-planiitlpn ti^ olfiT wlililb may! .allcr_ the otilnlon wlilcji you liave formed of me, and which I am aware Is unfavoniblii." "I doubt It. .Mr. Helura." I.i>la replied. "I do dbt fortii my iiiiliiiiins lightly, and when tiirmod they aro lasting." "lii'thlS ra-HT," he perslstol. "1 am sure you will permit yourself to change your mind." Hhesmlleil and slitsik Iter iiuad. . " I'assure you thai what I have to say-" he liegan. "iH soiuuthlng.""he Intrrrnptcdr'-whlch 1 do not wish to hear, .Mr. Delura." Suddenly Urn Hashed in tlie Texan's eyes. -"^Vhiit folly Ims-rsrix.ia":'nrir-sain. "'That'l we; who-tcii Tears iVgii jiurfeirWIIirklsses, or, silt j!la5ped-.iu-^<^*'h_:L**li*e!^1tlJ*rmir7^or houn i!iil rly-i�l>-| siifa. Vou ioveil me down then) In Texas ^wijnn you,.yun* snventi^en and-L-two�ty--nver~TfTliave suffered, rtell you, woman, you have sulfere la art�se. �� I am summoned. I must go. Mr. l>o-liira,^she said. "Hutyou will accortl me an Inlerviuw?" ho pleaded. "No." sho answered. "Lola, my durliug, I will have It!" he answered. "I win: Do you hear? 1 must do Justice to myself, and you-must." _uMuaV-aBaln,::-4.id�-i>rl�d, all the more hotly, because sho longed to throw burself Into his arms and forgive him all the post. Nerved l^y the knowledgo of her own weakness "tolagayo l>olurii a glanco~lato whlrit sliii tUirew all iliu sourn which her~gnr pluoed.at.ber command and passed him swiftly,-   ; -        - "Mr. MorKan," she said to the manager, who. waa regarding the Interview with much Interest, though from a dikcreet distance-�Mr. Murnan, I demand your pro--t-ectJon,� l�iHtiMMM(-aii4li*�i�a*toraMNMr  �IMvttli.lMit�aa>|Kit thf wife "l)�ar.ine. Mbu Marina," that gentleman repllad.'al had uo Idea you needed IU� "Mr, Delura has offended me.   He la In-sultlng.J^bi proMonce here annoys me.  All the ladiM and gentlemen roust know that I day by attetitluna ti iii3r . _ every . . �fram-tittorlr avctao. '\'et you en- �wiiir�|pi tl'lf "��" �" eonm Imre."_________ "lle,t*,.iny friend, madaroe-my trlend, and a mirtect gantleiuan.w aald tho manager. 'al'lavltedbliu behind the scenes. I am pf�M|d'.of: bU Interoat In. piy theater. LadlaBi'afB^nof uaually avaike to anch amlablteoiHlear aa Hr. Delura sbowa you.� "Vwimur Ibink what you please, Mr,: MorsaKsiiiM the star,      am not itt all dliintturfityynurnplnlon nf ma   Hnt ynu -will Bltkiiirftfll Mr.- DBlunt- Io - absent' hl^^' oK iBtfataM or I will caBoel my ensate-s^t^^uB-iB-aarkMU-eanMatr-aBd -you-(oiembar that I ant. That ._   eomeberaaialn."   . ii^aald Uila. baa�hUI)r.     1 �   BOt-bUae-m�-(or-thl*r^ �I-riitraf " b4 kowed. "lU waa gomfi u WMt^WMOd UN -Sml rtbB bMb ld'-^tt>i>il> NMtBB � Mm mVM taMfMUr . (&!i09 are gathered into ifittipt tho i^u> I material at the wiiflt4,.ia�Tte embroidery givaa a^light... ^nd d. _ty effect ig. the dresa, bnt simxiF" "birred yoke_pf silk of Ahe_pjtfi?_; vailing color in "tho ' plaid may be used. A little lateit tb�. Toiiug girl will.' ifj �ha-is- tall-for-lw-yeurSTliegjn to plead for a still longer skirt, and despite the mother's deidro to keep her daughter still "a little girl?- hud seen a tallMlurk man Vprlu..>i roni his box upon thu stage. It was Lloiiei Delura. ilo soiled T.,
                            

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