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Alden Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1890, Alden, Iowa VOLcME XIII.ALDEN IOWA, PRIDAY, JUNE 13, IMW. NUMBER 12. ISINESS DIRECTORY I’ ll ATTICA I. SCIENCE. ORTO ATION AL CHURCH «mlcMw*h M ii oclue* rn. rn. Ronda, He bani at Rat lit ti anni) Htbbtlb Mantas. Rat. J T. D.l> put.ii AR M. R CHURCH Mrrlctt or ary at IO *) >• clock a m Prate hiag dtir Rn adar. IRindaa School at t a rn. arary | rrajrt* moat! ag arar? Thursday #tale nt AN Lummi n cirnRCH vnrirat Sabbath at luA) o’clock a. rn Ran lay Immodlatalv altar morn I ap tarrl ca*. CHURCH Rat J Vt Portytk, Paalor. •▼ary Htitular at ll o'clock a rn and Dp Bt I'(aaa inaal tn« at 111 <> clo** a m r -sabbath Prater moating irrry Taal lay I bnraday Minion ROCHE nu. int tht looor. s m » f i a ti •oat Ut t«« ut in rn an I oat I on on th* Un I awning on or bafora t he fall moon. at Ma Ie Hall. Aldan, Iowa Vittling brothran ara Dally Invllog to attand n I, I’I ara# th M. . Creek**, Haoratarr it-ORRT t.IRR t RY A Sir READIHO ROOM-Kaymond Banding Opes arary flay and Hog. Honda* alcapton Yaarly aubarrlp \ limn Mi*, r K } urry. I’ratidant, I artt I a Taylor, boer* tart ALDER UIDOK, Mo. ASB. I. O. O, P Moot* Wotfnaaday rranln* at Ut lay a Hall na brothran ara cordially larltad Ut at R. M. Jti aaa. Narrator y, LDHM LOBUR No HO. A. O. U. VT. Moat* . Utlayg Roll Urge I ar uiaatlnga oocood and "I Taaaday armine* of cath month All •ting rn am hay* an cordially larltatl to atli E. Hogar*. M W , J L >aiUa*oa. Ha • oordttr IM HHK) IrOnaDE. No TH, K of P.-Moating# the Ural and third Ttia* lay arrnlnga of rah month la UUay a Hall Suiting hatable aiver* wale ama M J. I taal, C. C. 9. K El)aal. R. of H. and a ||AKK J. FURBY, Attorney and ronowlar st Yaw. Prompt attention git an too Hart on* OToa tray UU#. A Brown a SU It, Alden, Hardin bounty, iowa P P FRISBIE M O. Fkytlaloa awd Bargaoa, Office orar A rat ng* Hard wan T. J. RICK. BIBBER MB HAIRDRESSER. dgowr /w Aa Mo eel MwueaAle I Am* and Oar* w«» foraraaw Ca., mf fVwjwrt, IU. I nan aoli steamship tickets, ini can tiring », Fwnr friends or arad them Alway* ready to •ira information. T. J. RICE, Aldan, la THE CARR ARD MANAfiKMERT NMA LL (Itll.PRKR. A Sn Ide<-1 In Which Krary Mothar la In-tare*I»• I LmhI and I lathing Sir Infant* Nom# Harbor***** ('natant* Hagoiten of Ignoranee Wit* Word* from an Hid I'hy arian. HY PROF.* J. F. TI.SHM It bas Inm-u u i*, ly waul. anti with mach truth, ton, that “tho primary requisite to happy households anil coillen ted families is tin projier ran* aud management of infants,” in fart, Mid future destiny of the entire human Fats#, for weal or woe. de|M-nd* largely OR the manner in which infanta are oar**! for aud the principles propagated an the intellectual faculties are developed, ami the few remarks I shall make hearing on this subject shall lie shorn of all ambiguity of expression, ami made applicable to universal ap plication, not to suit a few isolated cases All who ha ve armed at maturity will recollect the painful, |>erha|>s in pinons, uot to say cruel, scene* wit-nrn ■■ctI in families representing nil the walks of life, from the hnmble cottage of * preferable to strings, the quickest. Iieing much TBI IBfUHXLN OF At THORX. Mahlng Tho r Tnllal*. My this method the whole business of dressing, evidently rn moat disagree. able operation to infanta, and with which it has linen customary to torment them for two hours at a time. may lie done in two minutes, and in a manner so easy to themselves as scarcely to occasion a cry, of itself a matter of much greater consequence than generally thought. When they are coated, that may lie managed aa oxj'editiouslv, arid with as much ea*o, bv tacking the skirts and mite to the stars, which, instead of lacing, should Is* lull toned on; loose plaits mar hang from the top of the ndie, and fall o>,*r these buttons in such a manner as to ■ ako a much prettier dress than now generally seen; and this, continued for the first two or three years, would not only contribute much to the regularity of their growth, hut also to the sweetness of their tentier, which early teasing is too apt to sour An OM € * M • I a a v«t hiMiiiirn e*|. The infamous oustom of bundling up infants in a parcel of clothes, intended lo receive aud retain all the evaciia thins of nature, ami by which the child is ao confined as not to have free mo th** artisan to the palatial home of lion of its lower limbs, very probably had its origin aa much from laziness as ignorance; for certain it is that a child properly attended may, within a month after its birth, be so inanag**! as to make such a precaution unnecessary. Instinct, in the ti rat stage of the infant’s life. is lunch the same in the human s|m*cias as in the brute creation ; all know how this matter is manage*! by the latter; their young know it also, and always wait thedireotion* gt*en bv the mothar, who is too attentive to neg lect the proiwir seasons. In the .am** manner children may immediately la* taught by certain signa, and by this , i . ,    ,    -    means made to Ire jmrfectlv cleanly should la* administered in the proper from the very outset. Those w ho have manner aa prescribed by nature; but.    habituated to such a method, if where it happens, by some accident, to by chance left bs. long. will indicate be impracticable, which, by the way. th„jr wants in a most expressive mania Indeed »ldom, oow s milk « n*r aod    ihmt inJl4.ttti.>n until by water till of the same consistency as thoT    ^tended    to Flora this thenalmb; lienee it is but reasonable to suppose that all classes and conditions of mankind have an interest, par amount to all others, in the welfare am] conduit, lait Ii now ami in after life, of the wee thing that is to either honor or disgrace us iu the days thut ar** to come. Th* Proper KimhI for Infante. At the very outs«*t of the child'a career f<ssl ami raiment are the principal, iii fact the only, things to lie attended bi. I trust the women of the land who read this will unite with me in saving that, if possible, the former J. A. BUTTON, ALDER, IOWA notary Public, Beal Estate, Loar LNHUHAME A(*K.NT. Farm loans n**go<lo'ed on long or ahorl Alin a st low rata* of Interest. A large list of Improved and unimproved lands tor sale. QICKSECKER’S Ii PERFUMES HE stints a co*a*n • Quintal snit the mother's, as the physicians should determine by analysis, anil should never lie mixed with sugar or flour, for we deviate from nature's edict* bv tam|>enng with the milk. The milk should lie freshly drawn at least once in every eight hours, alwavs feeding to the child at the tem|*eratlire when first drawn from the cow. With a long ami pre eminently successful practice, I nave seen some of the it is evident that any inconvenience* of this sort may lie prevented bv proper management, without having recourse to a method as injurious as it is lazy and offensive. On* Ktmiipld «»f M an) I have known instances where a district school teacher in New York blate, where children of school age, at that time four veer*, would lie sent manner, without once Listing of anything else for the first year. and have known case* where it wss cotitinu**d a* th** sole food for a year and a half. Hanger lo Ilia VVat->ur*e. The foiegouig method ta far prefer aide to wet nurses, as there is hazard of imbibing ill-humors, die#*ne,etc., from a woman whose temper aud constitution must lie very imperfectly known; here a mother'* clo*** inspect ion is very nee- J ••ssary, it being almost im;wionilil** to SZZKXZ.VqVr«»*ke the lower cia** of ,*ople. from , ‘ "took the nurse supply is drawn and who, generally sjieakmg, are employed , lealthieat of children reared in this t° school w earing these dialxdical nap  rlog sn.** Appl* tv *u*r druggtilfor MA *11 10*1 U riant*, d RICKSECKER'! TORTI FOOTER El,....UU, i*.*M*t*S IO* SOM* l'o*«w ta attal. w HesaMMoo* stoas **•*• •„#•» broon* aad robj I* Buy **S irrifyoa *r* *. » *lro*dj **»a*iL RICKSECIER’S HOE FOOTER lonrt.M lh* Mgti**« laOorsairM-o* Warr -k-r*. TW* n->alr<rarllaa. Ta* a»«M**lr l*«l»ibW, po a Oar mag* Jaa ti a ami you alii aaa llolaay*. nu. BieBICeiER. FftflNEI, HW THL to care for children, believe the ntilitv kins, would wear them, together with their evacuation*, all day long, with no change whatever. Whether the mother changed at once on arrival home I do not know, hut this I do know, many of them needed to be changed w hen school opened at nine o'clock in the morning' Think of the start in school life with tin* habit ami such u record There is no more need for Ihi* auxiliary garment than there is for one fastened securely around the mouth during tho teething period The End of the lf arid Calculated. A Trench statistician who has lieen studying the military ami other record* RY J. M. Ai AFLAT ie said to have ree#ived #i HO. HHH en* Account rf three-fourths net profit for hi* History of England Dis raeli. it in stated, made by his pen 150. HOU; T v mn , ’til:, .nil" I Iller-and Lamartine received nearly §Hk),-000 each for their respective histories. But Thackeray is _    said never to have receive*! $25,000 for any of his novels. Hir Walter Scott wa* paid §550,000 for eleven novels of three volumes each, and nim* volumes of "Tales of My Land tor*! " For one novel he received $9,600, and between November, IMA, and .Ione, 1827, he receive*I #130,000 for literary work. Ixird Lytton is said to have made §400,000 by his novel* Dickens, it has tieen computed, ought to have lieen making fsfiHO.OHH for three years prior to the publication of "Nicholas Nioklobv." and Trollop,* in twenty years, made fulfill,OO t. The following sums are said bi have l>«*en paid to author* for single famous Ihx)Ks:    “HoraoJa,” George I Kliot, §50,000; “Waterier," Scott, §3,500; “ Woo*lablck,,* Scott, §40,000; “Life of Napoleon," Scott, §1*0.00t); “Armadole." Wilkie <'«>lhti*. §25,000; | “Tails Ilookh," Thomas Mi*ore. §15,-HOO; “History of Home," Goldsmith, #1,250; “History of Greece," Goldsmith. #1.500; "Hisbvrv of England," Goldsmith. §3,000, “^ icar of Wake field," Goldsmith, §3,000; Decline and Fall," Gibbon, §50,000; "Lives of Poets." Johnson, §1,500, “Passels*." Johnson, #T*0H. A New Top-Host for Ladles. Among tho latest European fads is the wearing of top boots bv ladiM. The idea seems to have had its inception among the Spanish ladies. It was afterward adopted bv tho Trench, the latter bs* ing voted them the premier thing for driving in T-carts, phaetons and other carriages in w inch the ladies occupy the front seat. They are made up in the lightest manner |>oa*ible, nome w ith high heels and others with low. Various combination* are used, such as patent leather vamp and heels, glazed kill tops and dark morocco legs; glazed kid vamp and heels, soft, smooth, brown patent leather top* aud kid glove legs; glove kid vamp and heel*, glazed kid tops ami dull finished buckskin leg*. The legs are crin- LfTTI.K JOT* CRABLE. bt ma c, smsaans. Tar mean It all fits Mr. FT spirt r. An- I thank for tnt * ho* ym bota as*!; An I ■ r*1** yen air rRHt, bol a ersotnr D ant mm Ila ah rn bls boart I* Ilks Us! Tor Mr tho Lent knows what hr • dom , Aa' tnaTbr ha anoa. but Ifs tfrmr* TYmS ha'd brins in o*ir Rasna artel 'n min It rnbMn’ that crib <*r*t ’hoi Yar Mf llttta -Ina is with Jaims That It S a lr kart n rash loiahal An’ I know that yar sot pat I roo* -i* That ho mite awm a ad up list for ball. Ta ssrti lout pt* mu oh nmopiMban, a^ T    Cop    ta" Tho' yor moon It tor Huh tm oar woo, Bat yor ran t lift thla block rteoorlaahua - As lonu as lh* boy baa tar g» I thank yor far romln’ tar tao as. Bat we .-ant are tho thins fn ymr way; Ab- yet don I Sara word that'll free us From thr grW that Is on us to-* Its far mo, I ken hora ap agin It, 'Ct'i I am anion, toff n almug. But jut look at Jtnoy a mine An My lf ywr think sba’II last l«mf. Hor poor hoar) It hr ak in' with sormr. bilo bos aot thoro all day n oil nits. An sh# won t Mina away, on to morrs* * Hho knows hr ll ho put out O' slaht I'rw trio.I in pick ap all his trinket*, His sto. kin k 'n sr**so# 'n hit bib, An’ hid* 'am away In tho rl -aata Hut I can't And a plaas fur tho crib. I don I see r.oR.Md in yor talkln . Nor too shat • Um> ase for tar pray, HT)rn all that It loft o' tho baby Is only s lump o' acid clap. of this uncommon niethiid, and, cense- with a view of determining the height till a* fill V tlflis-Mw flirt filii af kirtle! st ii# usa. ‘ . I .. ... .a 11 id   I    ...    ak    t    .    >    t • jiicntly, unless the mo*t prudent pr«»-eautims are taken to enforce the ols-dience to these ortl**rs. it will In* useless to issue them. NOTARY PUBLICy Sol Ertate, CsIMoi ai Imraai AGENT. ALOS1V, .... IOWA. Vann and Town Property VOE IAU ARD UVR BANK OF ALDM, BZM J MEDSALI * MB. Aidwn, Hardin Countv, Iowa# JI I lot Ring HIO Lilt o Tot*. The clothing of infants shouhl ba j warm lf liorn in summer should not lie lessened until lifter the return of hot weather the ensuing year; if born i in the winter the clothes may l*e Ie* - *ened in June following, provided (lie weather lie seasonable, and great care should lie taken to abate the warmth i of their clothing so gradually that the J difference may not lie |>«*rceptiblo to them. After this is reduce*! to a proper standard no alterations should lie made j to keep pace with a changing atmos of men at different pencils, says the Philadelphia Timet, has reached some wonderful regilt* A Frenchman is naturally an artist, even iii figures. A German or an American might eon tent himself with a dry arithmetical compilation, but this artist currie* his statistics into the realm of history and of |ss*try, aud even of prophecy. He has not only sol veil some |>erplexiug problems in regard to the paetof the human race. but also is enabled bi calculate its future and to determine the exact period wheu man will disappear from the earth. The recorded fact* extend over nearly three centuries. It is found that in lfilO the average height of man in Europe wa* 1.75 moires, or *av 5 It# s J**. I sir , bot < iod jiwrwr den* It, Ho wnul'iti't go lan k on u* so ; lf WIW si a wart wa ma** a' bagOB It By worohipitT poor intl* lorn. lf vet car I chirk UP little Jinn, Au lilt h-r away from ber tral An' ktart the h.-t lear* from her eyelids, W Ila* a a Ira (sit !>urnt out o’ lier had , If ver only git her to crytn' 5'would help her to bare It I ha ray, But I ’loud think ’twill help her a hit, «tr, Jlkl now lf a hundred woald pray. Now. stop sir! she are not rnfaaUloao, I    I .    a    IR    *.    .    a    1 “ KiUIUIfr "Rn I. Mf II I <7 A I , I ti " It V    *» phere    but    an_ exact    uniformity-in the    f,.et-J inches. In ITH) it was 5 feet    6 warmth of their habit preserved through all the soa*ons of tho year, the utility of which is practically demonstrated by every experiment. EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLO. Collections made a Specialty Roney 0 Lotus en Beal Estate. I (arhar** ui I wa to wa of Swathing. Many prudent alterations have l»een i _    ,    ..    .    .    •    ,    .    ,    ,    , mad.- of late ve.r. in the first dress of ^7    work‘n«    5^sk*mr,i    an'1    {or inch***. In 1820 it was 5 feet 5 inches and a fraction. At the present time it is 5 feet 3 inches and three-quarters. It is easy to deduce from these figure* a rate of regular ami gradual decline in human stature, and then to infant*, though mauv more are yet ne**d*xl. The barbarous custom of swathing is not yet uni vernally expired. many old midwives still insist ufiou it, and others somewhat Ie** injurious generally retained. ward, to the past and to the future. By this calcelation it is determined that the stature of the first men attained the surprising average of hi feet y inches. Truly there were giants on the earth in those days. The race a    'MI MIXT * *• a alt IAI MI 'TU URY these I will mention the absurd oustom ^ «lrea,iv deteriorated in the days ‘of Mg and Goliath was quite a degen ROBERT HOLMES, -DEAIJ£it IN- Lumber, Brick, Cement and Lime. of dividing infants' garments into a multiplicity of piece*, which not only prolong the uneasy sensations, which to tboin always accompany dressing, but by the ane (ital pressure of different bandages, their shape is often do«trovc I or injured, and even their subsequent health impaired The entire wardrobe of an infant should never constat of over three pieces. XOWA* should lie a shirt, a robe and a cap; the two last should l>« quilted of suffl- | dent tlucknea* to provide the Deceit •ary warmth; the cap should be fasten c*I by a baud of soft linen under the    chia. sewed on    one side and    buttoned on the    other, if a    knot is thought    necessary for a girt baby, this should be first ■ sewed on to the cop; the robe and, shirt j should be made open in front; the sleeves put into each other, Hint both A iv be put on togeehar, and anal ha U gh) enough in the bach to proverb loury (linealcy ta getting the UM ara through; it should lap over ca the breast, and be fastened by fiat buttons (plat are an ahhorrenee), placed at dtnareat distal noes, to aah# th# robe uore or Ieee tight, a Blethe 1 (ta. urate offspring of the giants. Coming down to later times we find that at th** beginning of our era the average height of man wa* ii feet, aud iu the time of Charlemagne it wa* H feet 8 incites, a fact quito sufficient to sctxiunt for the heroic deeds of the Paladins. But the most astonishing result of there    "iady    comes    from    the kled aud made up on a smooth lining, so that when new the fullness so desirable to the eye is a* perfect a* on the ordinary leg after months of wear. lite tops being of smooth tini*h leather are ornamented with stitching, the silk used luring of a contrasting <v!or. \ artou* devices, such as scrolls aud vines, are stitched on. Astor Searches for a Dime. The following story illustrating the Astor philosophy in money matter* is told of the late John Jacob Astor bv the man who wa* theother actor in the *c«Mic “I went to Mr. Astor," he said, "with a busine** projiosition which demanded an investment of one hundred thousand dollars on hts part While That kind O' tuirraisin won't do; slia't ait ut ham uiwk a I MKI vin*, An (kid know* haw batt*. 'lion run. An' lf r*w would do roo#* to tu*lp aa, Ikon t *t«T> far to prMah or far pray. Hut jim ixias* a «n«*nk kimlwr <|ak*t N taka lit ti*- Joe ■ ria-Ba away. It Fell Flat. One day, as a Sixth avenue barber *-hop had but one empty chs sr, a man wearing a very big hat and walking with a great deal of swagger, entered, listening to the plan he kept groping I hung hts hat on a peg, and then dra and feeling about on th* floor for some- jn(? a revolver he turned to the idle thing he seemed to have dropped. J man and said Sunol i wont1 — -BRAUER CM- Stain, Un Stick, COAX., ALDEN,    iowa. Wlneoa, IIL, real. Warranted §5 Mr Cent. FoeL ** PETER TMIOB DRA UU IX- Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Cold. ALDEN, IOWA. WILLIAM KEATON!. leary and Shed tatar* PKfcit mi TiNt GMNrf, rinware & Woodenware, ttas larssel ani IMM skoafe off 'od i HEATHS irons I uan TBRICS Ou CHICAGO, IOWA MD DAKOTA fflortmt, ^detest of our lunet Lim BBTWRRN ALDEN, IOWA FALLS, SUMBA, AXD CHICAGO, HIL WAUKEE AXD ALL EASTER! POINTS. Passengers Can Save FROM S HODES TO B BETWEEN CHICAGO AID POUTS QI TDS UK BY TAXIXR THIS SHORT ROUTE. CONNECTIONS AT ELDORA JUXfTION with the Chicago and Northwestern Railway for Tama City. Cedar Rapids, Clinton, ChicaK Milwaukee Des Moines. Council Bluff* St. Paul. Minneapolis and all points lo Dakota, Nebraska. Kansas and the Wan ELDORA with th*- Central Iowa Rail way for points North and South. IOWA FALLH we-h the B . C. R A N. and Illinois Central Railways, for Waterloo. Dubuque. Fort Dodge and Sioux City. For all InforaticKi about Freight os Passenger Bate*, apply to our local anat# ar address the Gearral Freight and Passenger Agent st Eldora, Iowa application of the same inexorable law of diminution to the future The calculation shows that by the year 4HHH A. L> , the stature of the average man will be reduced to fifteen iuohea. At that epoch there will be ouly Lolipu-ttan* on the earth. And the oouuia-aion of the learned statistician is irresistible, that "the end of the world will certainly arrive, for the inhabitants will have become so small that they will finally disappear" “Amah by disappearing." ae the French idiom expresses it-- from the tofreetihal gleba * Na rn Rut levee troth so well that it hardly ever admi tao! flourishing. Conceit la to tatar* what paiayl ta to beauty I it ie uot univ nmdlasa, hot impoAra what it woald improve. When I had fini*bed he said readilv: ‘All right; go on with the affair; 111 fttrtii*h the money.' At that instant a man entered to tell him that one of his h ablings had just burned down. “ *'1 hat happens nearly every day,' he aid, with the utmost unconcern, and went on feeling alnrat with great care for that something on the carpet. “I finally asked him what ho had dropped. “'Why,' he said, raising bis head and looking a* woebegone as a small boy, ‘I drop]*ed ten cents hora a few momenta ago ami I can't find it. Ifs man's buildings burn down, they are Bite aud he can’t help it and he is trad to let thorn go. But a mau who deliberately throws away tan cents because ha won't take the trouble to fiikd it is not to be forgiven.*" Her I dial*. Mrs. We# tern I Why. Biddy, what'a the matter t Biddy i sobbing I Ma feller's—gone back -on me, mum. “ Mrs. Was tend O, wall, child, nm ar* pretty enough aud good enough to get a more faithful bean. Biddy—I know that, mom, but von don’t know, mom, how used I got to that vUlnn. -St. Louts Atop arm* TRR temperate are the moat truly luiunoaa By aUtaiumg trims moat things ll tat eurprtaiug how many thuiga w« enjoy. “I kin) a shave just a common shave. I v ant no talk. Don't ask us* if I want a hair cut or a shampoo. l>on’t q*»ak of the weather or politics. lf you speak to me I’ll shoot." He took the ckatr, held the revolver serous his legs, and vu* shaved wtth promptness and dt.*i atch. When he got up he returned the shooter to hts hip pocket, put ou hi* hat, and after a broad chuckie he said to the cashier : "That's the way bo keep a barber quid. Ha didn’t utter a word.*' “No, sir he couldn’t." “Couldn’t ?" *No, air. he’s deaf and dumb. *—New York Suh. One tim Caught; the Other. "Have you heard the min later who told the ta to have followed the ex Gulden, the rich man?" "No; what is it ?* “Th* tramp concluded „ . minister’a advice, inched up history of Mr Golden, imitated example, and before a month found himself iu jail." "Bist what about Mr. Uoldro?" “lib, nothing, oxeept that he was shrew dor than the tramp.' la ha «e IWt l.rr to-morrow take (-are of tluwlf. sud von will find that it will leg von taka ogre al yourself when it gel# hero* john roirm, Mf. g. PONTCNt a. r. aaS JOT Am PERFUMES- —Ham otmrr Wtmrwm tm va*— LAND OY FLOWERS I DOUSSAN’S Svsattoirth ^ M t ra. RRrlaklar-Tw ■aSUso. J » ^ wm**™ od* iqrxA ;