Alden Times (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Alden, Iowa
VOLUME.XII. ALDEN IOWA. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1890. NUMBER 51.3^ BUSINESS DIRECTORY ikbtalkM U e-elosk*. in. Bundsy Hdiool at Um. QKnilAN K. �. CRtTBOB-ltorrleM mrnj ��id� M10 JO o'clook n. PrMahlDC myttj atlwr laadM, twNUv 8ebool �! � . m. nary aERMAN LtrnunAR tmvwm-amin, rwT.MbMk �* ie�t �lock a. m. Boadar �ebooi ImwaJlatily allw aonlai wnleM. U. Cmna9 ��' W. ronrtb, Futor. tgw mrViBday at ll o'oloek a. m. aad --*>�� .Olaaam-tlna at 10 o'sloek a. a. 8IIP8MIGODBD, Grain, Live Stock, -Aim- BADiAMT umam. mo. m, a. r. * a. m.. will nM*t tm malar eaauaaBUalloo on th� Vn-�ayavaMa| Una aiwl 0�t-�Mw JiWMmHMa f>>., �/ /U. I can a�II fiteamihlp tlckau. and can brin� your frtenda or M-od thvui. Alwaya ready to tire infomuUon. T. J. BICK, Aldan, la. PETER TAYLOR, -DEALER ni- Live Stock, QRAIN, Seeds & Coal. ALDEN, IOWA. J. A. BUTTON, LDIV, IOWA, WnXIAM KEATINO. Daalt* la Heavy and Stielf Hardware, Poclit iilalntlTe aonnd; �Mammal inaminal* Itcalla, then glanoaa aby, Betraying dread ot evvry |iaaiet-by. lUcyaaarataar.bllnd, and Ita feat Are, O, bo ��ary, wandering the atreet; 'Hammsl ninmma/' ll oalla, andcalla agalu, Adding each tiniu a keener note ot pain : It runa, thou iiauaea, overwholuieil with fcara, For only atraugvra croia Ita uiat of tMra. Tbo traoea of a ipother'a care fltlU linger In the corlwl and aiinny liair; The rlaylHK ohlltlreli triiipt It nol U> atup, Tlwugh III Ita hand la cliitnliMl a atrliwl top, And aa it liurrtea thrnuKh the alien town. One little Rtocklng aUitN unbvodetl down. At laat the (aint a|i|ivnl la heard, And liviriiui hrsKi of aympathy aro atirrml; Some bend to auk lla nauHi -Ita miithut'a iiawv- On all thu world It mwiiin to hare no claim. It atari'a at evc-ry onu In blank ainac�, Wbllu o'or ita tactia taiiglwl rlliglvl Ktraya. ArrcHtnl on Ita errant cr u coiijitioii to iii! laiiiontotl, �writ(>Ht>i)iolMli'ail, tlio C'liirago '**'TU. to hliiy ovi>r night with yoii. I am rold, liuiigry. ami tired, lotarr PDblic, RealJitate, Loai! CHICAGO, IOWA ANO OAKOTA IXMURANeK a.oent. Farm loana nogollaled on long or afaorl lime at low rate* o( Interest. A larte llal ot Improved and iinimproTed Janda tor aale. J. F. BYERS, HirMtt, Wlipt, Rilii, SiMtit, ^ riy Mate, HaraeM bill tad esneral Hone Fnrniiliiiii Qools. 8pcdal AttoatioiijjlTM to Rcyidrteir ALDEN, - - IOWA. ; Shortest, Qnicbist and Only Direct Line I BETWKEN ALDEN. IOWA FALLS, ELUORA, AMI CIIICAU ALL EASTERN POINTS. and don't lieliL'Vi HtOp." "Wall, we kniit*t ra/e we aii'l gnyni ter fileep ; liiit^.f vol go aiiotlier 111 no jin^son, ,ni'e fur u pusson (L'o light down Passengers Can Save FUOM HOURS TO bktwei:n CHICA60 AND POINTS ON THIS LINI bv TAKISU THIS SHORT KOUTE. NOTARY PUBLIC. Inl msk, GdRtiii nl mm Vanii and Town Property BANE OF ALDEN, HW. nUWAXX * M>, AMan. Nardin Oounlv. laws. CONNECTIONS AT ELDORA JUNCTION- wilU the Chlrnfi;c and Northweiitcrn Ituilwuy for Tama Ciiy, Cedar Kapidi), I'liulun, Chiragu, Milwaukee, Di>� Molnirs, Council Uluifs, 8t. Paul, MJnnenpnlli aud all pointH In DakotB, Nebraika, Kaiigat and tfau West ELDORA with the Cuntrnl lotva Railway for poiDti North and South, IOWA PAUii with the B., C. R. St N. And IlUnolt Ceutml llayiwnys, for Water loo, Dubuque, Fort Dodge and Sioui City. For all iDforatlon about Freight oi PtMengor Ratot, apply tu our local agcnu or addreot tlie OoDcral Freight aud Pat-enter Ageat kt Eldora, Iowa. I JONN powm. W.�. PORTCII, e. W. mm* J>. A. EXCHANGE BOUGHT ud SOLD. I THE LATEST ! AII0UMIO�YTNB I a Hftdaltj RflBEnmLMES. Lumber, Brick, uk A(1I11:k1> to T^ki iiim ix. yan tor .liiu Mason's he'll keej) yon in the flnoHt trnrtcr Hliape, l.ivei* right down tliar at tlio fmit of the hill." The truvoUir tnriiH awav diiia))point-eH through the JarkncHK. Hia liorao HtuuiblcH, and sometimcH he haa to Htop and feel bin way. Milo after mile in paaHud, it HceinH,' but no beam of light comnH tromblincr out to meet him. He curaea the man who haa lied to him, and in hia auger li� thiiikH of finding hia way baek and chokina the Rooundrel, when Huddenly a lisht down the valley worma his heart. Ho ridtm up to a cabin. "Halloa!" Door iH openfltta that>raot out thar thila yeaia Me> TaU ^te kiwwd AU. aad T�X|bnd thowerful long time. I'nwerful glad tor see you. Stranger eome along in the arly part of the night iin' wanted to stay with us, an' although we've got a tirst-rate beil u)i-stair� 1 sent liim on down ter Slim Mason's, 'eanse J 'lowed suthiii' inout happen. I'owerfnl glad ter sei' you." He leaned over, and, I'laeing his hand on my knee, gazed affectionately into my faee. ."Dick," exclaimed his wife, "don't eat the brotlior up, fur inussy sake." "No, I'tiHN," he rejoined, "1 love yoti too well tor deprive yoti of tliat air pleastire. IJrotlier, what is yo' name'/" "Sandorsou." 1 answered. "Wall, I am imwerful glad to see yon. PtiHH, slip ont tliar an' snatch the fcatliera offen the Doinineckor ben and cook her fur UnitherSanderHon. Wake up Sim an' toll liim tliar'a or preacher in the hon.se. Wush you could a met my daughter Polly, but she married Nat lluckley laat week. Ah good a worker at the mourner'a bench a.s you over seed. Drawed the Pottygast Ixiya in when nobody ooald teach 'uu>. rm powerful gUd ter Me yon. MTiat aort ot a hoaa air yon rldiD'y "A pretty fair animal.* "Wall, Iraekon wa kan strike np a trade tanaonov bafcta oknrcb tiao." ^BaiwacliBrphttMit--Yia; thaliMllB'kMaa to right down thar in tha InUar; �i yon dadnt miu it ao aifh^ fUr attar aU. Doat pay no'tanSbatotbatMiaa. IfaoaWUa Domiaaokar haa a aqiuwlin'. Battar �qnawl, too, farwhaalhalwifaol aiM maada tu Mima of hai haada oat on aW whjr dCTbaa'a lila aada pralty aftmiida. U aol light thar. lUlMy Mod thing thay y��.~te Nidai pioaehar ia iMi owr aa' katot till the pnlpit, an' the folka don't know it, bnt I reckon Ton heam of it an' come to take bin place. Wall, 111 git np arly an' build a fire in the meetin' lianae, an' my boy ken ride all amnn' an' tell the folkii that have hearn of lirother Kice'a aickneaa that Brother Sanderaon will ]ireach. Powerful glad to ace yoti. Why, brother, I hope yon an't nick, air you ?" I miMt have looked bad at that moment ; indeed my hair mnat have begun to rise on tbo top of my head. Preach - I couldn't have xaid aix worda. Would it do to undeceive the old fellow V No. He woH i.-oinical in nome ro-apecta, but hia eyes aaid " Don't you fool with ine." The woman entered; "Ftir pity aake, Dick, air yon atill trying ter eat the brother lip'/ A puatton would think that yon never hurt noliody in your life, you air HO lovin', bnt Sam liettis wouldn't think so." "Wall, he told me a lie. Push, an' I won't stand that fmin nobody. I don't mind a man cheatiu' me outen a dime once in a while, but it won't do fur a piisson ter lie ter mo aliont notliin' a tall." , . "t'omo on, brother, an'pat a bite," said the woman. I had been exceedingly hungry, but my appetite was gone. The life of the iJoniineckor hen might have been spared. "1 expect a )h>�orful sermon from you tcrmorrer. brother," my affectionate liiiHt remarked. "Wo an't bad on: feidin's stirred up in some lime an' we want 'em atirreil. ,lest want you ter pile doctrine upon that pulpit till you'd think it was a foinlight came and then I cursed myself. I had left iny horse, a magniliceiit animal, and had taken an old stiff-jointed, knock-kneed thing that wnnld not have brought #10 on the public square of a village. Should I go back'/ Oh, no. I rode or stumbled on until the old )ilng gave out, and then I walked and carried my saddle. A Narrow View of the Case. "I alwoys laugh," relotcsnn old resi dent, "wheii I remember an exiierienci 1 had when a boy. I lived in tliei-onn-try, and ono dav inyaelf and anothet Ixiy had occatiion to go to town. He owr� IHapalt h. M. Moaao, of Turin, has found that tha froah bkudof flsheaaotaaaapowor-fal poiaoB when injaotad into tha oireu-latlon of manunala. The Tanoawva pioiMrty axiato ia tha aaram. ia da-�timai asr tha patnMaf proaaaa, by v,a, ^---. -. - Fahra*- haaflat aoaa X^m^Ubmrn Fal l5ir� alkaliaa, a^ ir^teaHd mimHilli. aioaiit oavkaito a4i na�r�ia nt MlllliMir. H E famous in-aibility of an lantal prieit in an acnlatlc trance ia nowhere In compariMo with 1 b s indifTerenca shown liy a faah-ionablo w o m a a vngiigeil in trying ou a new hat ba-fore the glaaa. and I would atako a large sum that Done of tbe olleott ot a certain fam-ona Now York bs-tablinbmant per-zoived mo aa I aat chatting with-well, call her the bonaina. I had nvkeil her ta dencrilie to mo the conplcto gencsi* of a fanhionable hat. "Do yon winh," ahereplied, 'to boar the bUtory of th� hat I made for Mrn. .lainet Brown-Pottar? It ia a tvpicl case.'" And thorenpoD she narralail the follow, ing: 'Whan the rebearnalii of 'Camilla' were l>egon, Mrs. Potter camo to me to order a hat. Now, Cawills li a nerTona woman, faabionable oh to clotbaii, aud, alwTO oil, occentrie. Kccentriolty. lUen. mnat be the ilominant trait of tbe hat. Uut it muat aliio partake of the individaal taste-tbo caprice of the actrcM. .\ov; Ura. Potter knowa very well Ihot ono of her principal charma i� her wavy, Hnffy, rcddisb hair, which ncuius olwaya on tbe )>oint of eHi:apiiig from its plnii and ot rolling down bor HbooKlera. She therefore wiBhed to have her hair show both in front and l>�bind. Having exprosiied tbis desire, ahe Motvil biirselt hofore the large mirror, and I placed npon bur 1 ri^jbt anburn locks the frAmc of tbo lonjjcd-for hat. It was at this moment only an un-promning compound of crinoline and wire; bnt patiently and cnrefnlly, with many changes and tbo mont minnte alterations, often Htopping back to study tbo effoct. 1 did my best to adapt tbo eccentric bead-drCHa lo tbo actrons' atrikili^ face. In two sitting! tbe frame waa oat-lined. It WOH then given to the strin-Hower. who ut oiiie lonied the modol. Then wo began to look for trimmings that would m'ike tbe bat barmouik:e with tbo gown. There waa really an cm-barrasHment of i-boice, for yon know bow inexbanstible the milliner's palette always is, with its tlowers. fruits, featberSw birds, insects, far*, rib-lions, veWcl. luce, poarlb*, stcol, jot; tho entire fauna ami Uora of creation agree in trying to lend Inaler to our works of art. Sncb is tbo usual history of stage huts. Ladies seo them at tbe ttrst repro-Kcnlation of tbo piny, and if tbe model niootB with success, every ono wants a copy of it. lint there aro many bata, too, which are introduced by iiocicty. Ivadera. ]>eot>lo boo tbem at some pablic gathering, at cbnroh, or on thu drire, and onr vUBtomem Iwgiu to call for dnpllcateit nf tbcin. There ate fanhionaldu women who iiro ipiite proud to know that a hat cbristoneil with tboir name has gained a vogue.'" Wbou a bat has onoe been cnrefally elaborated, and is favorably received by tbo public, it t)ecomcs forthwith a tyiw, niibjcct to all sorts of iiiodilicntions. Thus the primitive mookethiog can ba ataek. Boy, yon are ataitiag out right lo Uad ou the galius!" - Mroil iVee iVevs.