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Alden Times (Newspaper) - March 14, 1890, Alden, Iowa VOL UM K XII. BUSINESS DIRECTORY _____  CHURCHES. J^OMQAr«WAI.CHT Babbal* at ll a flock rn. m. Huad., Sci. M S. StihSTOlSL^^ "-*««• **•» J »S£2* ""J lug mitt' ALDEN IOWA, FRIDAY, MARCH II. IWM). ’ .-.Sr    ,rM» Thor. J. r ^OyiUM Linnnc»AN church sr .^aiy ACMPaCB tut J vr Pnnrth. Pastor rrv«; trtSfSyrj r -* ♦tm*    »    *    **    lOi'dor^a    rn. «3 CrJluUJ-“r“ ^  SOCIETIES. _ulnae m*. w a r a a m ^r'*y2,’,n®'u,lr*l,'’n •» th- Vrt’-<*    tt»    OHI mo,*, at **. A14so, Iowa. Vnii i,. hr*!hr,n ara lyy*!? *? **«■<*-    *    L    Claret.    W    M “ W rruekit. Haw fry. t AliPSif LIBRARY AND RT AD INO ROOM 'EL Hb1W1b« "»•»•*■»? d.r^nd wAarxyjpt.'ii, r“-T    . A I.PKN Ulm IT Rn AJA. I O. O K Meta VmLtB^!2l>.TU, •»"»1’0C at I 'I icy • IfJI W^TIl Kr2?Br to*‘- LO IKJ r No IIVI J O r VV Mea ta ? . 'lay a Hail Ii*,,, w bi ceti,,,a second and •venins* of h m.,nlh. A|1 „ "r*    <-ord,aiiT in,0*4 to at- Nm*"**. M W., J. TotuiiaaoD. It* THI! HEART Or Ullth. ■V Tilt, heart of nm* la ,*.11 y human. sh-V,1'’*“1°" ■"•"l-B ofirntintea; ® 1    rf*    nu VHT nil I! f Or 4o I lon« for t lunies fulfil ha#? Ii Ital tan rratle.a In ma Iswntn I I?Jl ”    **'1    IUlrt    slot)* ‘•o ,h" I"*’* • tool Within nu- H<*hea mf *|.lrtt ».-*|- attal mount *• •tart* of all (Ammu* ?W “* ***• "orhl can ,|v* , M t lath I. thrill,.|..| „,|| in .tarkn*** I rn ll rad ana atm or hoi* I Iii*.' “I'M*! •£** w,,.h **”" * ’ -*»«" C An,I faith Jr.«.|w |. « „(,h Klttrf Vk*h!l»    .*tlnt>.-n I .•*, hnr h-irl-unj ■»IRmr A?>    1,1 r*t,tnr" •*■«» WHAT WORD! RY At), cut Hrt.AJrn. What aa* f ha Wet ,n.| .ald to Ina In 'haI Hi,am of Win auncel glow? W ^en th* mo**:,    , ,,    i,„,    If|f tin th- Hit ■ clun k i f An ' Jtonta atl i »a«ea tlunr in** trill An,l the ti.In* will *i,|, ana low Hut «»nl? tlu) man* can tell Ana . lily the IIH..* Anoa path! *1 frtarvl. Urt Toe# t»r Wallins numlMtt art. taa l K, t; oordar But aha! wa* flu, wort! I aahl to you In th* h,«rt i.f th* rn I > v dare TIUi |*»ak»n flower a antal hl,h flu. pro** Itta, pa,Lint wrra all a* prayn, Al, tnwta ami * I her ll tnt alii And file thin* ain , |,|, ami ti-.a Hut only tit# mw* .-an tall u, Ana only the im,., know Ti nm.*.?oft, s »' pend sr I friers!. HUMBER 52. MMM OO LttDODMNo m. K. at p.—TO HwMatTL af *, at UMwy * Rail M J. aaa A LITTLE Kl HHH ES NEI! VE Ilf MR Ii,HT H t LDR Ut. MA“ J. FT RHT, ^^SkTsrs^issi Y * ehiab rr., M ti. fkymUdmm anti Sar(a<>a. Iowa Offloa ..Tar Kaatinc'i Hard a ara Aldan Btora, T. J. KICK, BABBIR AND EAIBDRE3SER. itp I Amt awd Oro IS arn1 4grmt far Xrn*ammi AratamaA "wa fataniaw Ca., af • Ti, IU. I oat) aoli '•toamahlp t rket* arri can hnnf four r, Ictus .,r *• nu them Al'ray a toady to tire information. T. J. HICK. Aiaw. la. roain.a. J. A. BUTTON, ALDEN. IOWA. Notary Pantie, Real Estate, Loa: —— AMD— IAHUHAM K ADENT. P'Arm lane ne,oitaial on lone or sboyi time at low raft of lnt»r«»l. A tar ft, a * s of improved and unlmproyet; lands for salt,. J F. BYERS. -THEALI* IN — Harness. Whips, Robes, DKS LIE IN — Saddles, . ny NCU, Harness 0:1s ani General Horse Faraistnai Gccis. Spedsl Attention Iii,en to Repairing ALSEN,    -    IOWA NOTARY PUBLIC, Heil Estate, CaUeetioi nl Iasanace AGENT. ▲XaDEaV, "    *    . a IOWA. Farm and Town Property FOH IAU AMD UHT.  T     - BANK OF ALDEN, BXU. BIEDSALL A SOH, Aldan, Hardin Countv, Iowa. N tho fall of INT.’I tov littNittowt call-y<l mc into tho Upuio r<h'i..iH i.f the H t » t .« of Michigan. I hn.l rccontlv -ceti ret I n patent of great value in tho felling of hoary tim-l*or. anil wax if. trouncing it among tho logging < snip* anil “•Wr "* "aw mills. In thin I J*aa meeting withUocidod ancot»«-. anti wan making money ct a rat** I ha«i not. iii mr wiki oat ti r anticipated. I »«) a widower, ami, an will roatlilv lie I relieve I. wa-, de voted Iv attach-<1 to my only child, an active und tinuauailv bright Ieiv -.f ,ight veers. A fatlu-i parti- ii ,rl n a doting on.-, *•< I iayaelf to have i.c-tt ta apt to «*\ug Bf vat* the abilities aud ..Uaiuuionta of nfx childron, and I well know that the first branch of av state moat will Ire given greater credence than tho last. I w ill not stop to argue tho matter with the incredulous reader, but jrro* coml to relate the stonr npou which I have already made a beginning, confident that it will convince th,- mmt skeptical of tho quick wit and nervy of my little IL.bbio, I brought him with me to Michigan, and left him at in ICa-t haginaw while I conduct*--! -iv pm tit-.-bl-- eau vs*, among the pim-rte*. Late in NoJeinlHT tho friend with whom I had left him wrote me that he had Ire rome execedingl . lo losomo, a- -I . .mid not apply hnuaelf to his -tudie*. It re ptii cd no great evidence to convince rue of th.- truth of the i for a month'-* separation from ni Um had brought mo to a similar stat© of mind, rite letter decided me nj"rn a oonrsf that for rom.* days I hu-1 been eons lie ting a foo]i-.h course at * man in full )maseru-iii of his factiltn---'no ii.I have said. I directed that Robbie In sent forward to mu in the \at pine woods. Tbnedays later he joined me, having been pl ai-, si in charge of a kindhearted lumberman, wlm delivered him safe enough, though with but little appetit*- for the sweetmeats I had Tided in honor of hi* adient. Blit the ripened harvest of dollar* awaited my sickle, and not even the pleasure of playing with my boy could detain mo form business. I had worked all the camp.* in that section, and decided to start the next morning for a jmint on the river, some twenty miles away. where I was .-onti-dent of di*jmsing of & number of ma chines. I was to make the ion rn or on horseback, Robbie riding behind me. We hail mounted, said good-bv to our new but none the less warm friends, w hen an old skidder cuiue running toward here some years before, and abandoned, ^ after the timber on the con roe had been felled, a telegraph lino con- ' atm. ted and some little grading done. I Well knew that it w as but a troor apology for * road, and had univ adopted it lr«cau*c it shortened the distance by more than one half, from that of tho regular wagon road We were, aa nearly as I could e*ti ! mate. within five or six miles of our destination when, to my con sternal inn. 1 saw that the prognostication of the ' old skidder was nlmut to be verified. The sky had I re.-nine otercast with elnnds. the tall pines were rocking in the rising wind, and flakes of snow were Imginniug to flutter to tho ground. I tried to increase the speed of the horse, but found it imposaible bv reason of the numerous abstraction* iii th«* form of trunks of tris-s “l*oii t Is- afraid, Robbie," said I, in us cheerful tones as I could command. • ii J?.    **•    ^ think it just jnuy. Ill make the eyes of the bove at home ojren ” \ snapping sound cut short the lad s remark and caused hi }M*n pretty wide, I fear. An upward glance showed nm th.-green top of a huge pine, describing in , our direction an aw ful circle iii the air. I dug my heels into the flanks of the horse arid shouted at the voi.-e. I’hi* seemed to increase the tern.r of the animal which stopt* d stock still Another instant ami the tr-• nj".n us. I felt as soon a* my feeling* per nu ti. st me to speak "I telegraphed for them." cried Rob* bie. a* he turned a cart wheel in the snow. “That’s aloof the six© of if," said one of tho men. "The line* wouldn't work tin* morning, aud we were sent oil til locate nil.) rej.nir the breaks." Th**! h J it n t what I tf on,** inhi*! tlte delight,,! |*,Vi “when I elimlre-l « jrole I •t night ami sawed w hoi* own eves to top of mv W Hi LITTLE FOLK. rh-1 lh, Ka eh Fro Es h .(sr - ll * tide-An.J .|*> I, Vier?-Oar I luna* Dll -Weft 4rn, (lur*-sr* ai* Iftu-br-ok* s- I roi* Orgwntla M-i-h Ab I m -i«ki - hi; In 'l-r«int»*i ». af, •en .. s, - t in- r el Or ktn-tries, jttu I Com,st no k<" I -t--*l Nm'italy ** to.) ■!,< Far til I hr Utsi,-. ,-.„u To i, wk- th* * j I,, wn I. w- - bt- • sea a--**, I." ai, Arvl he wl«, j,» , j] With wit bls hear To Bisk* < A *,ir*-1 —/.MOA 11 s he ran - > t I n. I *< rii a i i--1,ant blae* sr i wot a,ta **, is l .i«». . Mi.,4* I-rata.Ona-. | )r,|    „ S. ll -tat I. Eve a sharp twinge of pain and lost consciousness. My first thought was of Bobbie, and the groan I uttcr«d was caused not so much by pain as br the dreadful fear that I lint I lout hiiu fori*vrr. •I udge of m v joy w hen I saw him not only alive but actively in clearing away the branches which .in me. The horse had Ireen killed outright and nay right leg broken above the knee. "itll the assistance of the cis..! headed liny I changed mv Monition *,■ as to lean against the body of the dead horse, which somewhat relieved mv pain. I lur situation was desperate in the extreme, and Robbie realized it ai* s.s)ii us myself. “Bruce up, father." said he, “I’ll run on. and be back before long with lot* f In* IJ - " But I at once interdicted this plan. storm had I recto lie furious bv this time, and I well knew that the lrov could never face it and live. Toward evening, however, it abated and Anally ceased altogether. Hut the wind, howling through the cml v avenue afforded it. had piled the snow into enormous drifts, which precluded ail thought of the chiM’s working hi* wav through them. No words eau describe my pain vvas forgotten in the awfui -MseioiiMies* that my foolish fondness for my is iv ha I brought him to a terrible death in the wilderness, "here do tho telegraph line* run, father ? asked Hobbit suddenly. “To rome jmiut on the lake," I re-plied. “And are tliev tisetl'-'" ”'L v*'-; I umler-taml they are a great convenience to the inland camp*." *.au *    ll'*‘    them, somehow ?" ‘No, lay boy: we have no instrn- ■vmiW '"i 'r'A r >*sir i trrrn rn two with mv knife. J in atrament ami knew bow tt six wit, hod an nae it!" "ho will - ay that mer. .ling v.-ars has added foolishness to my fondness and that the haudrsim.-young man who sits    I,I,,    no- and make* di-jraraging remark* as I write, w as not a bright and rn rv v I "Oflt to M'llO that far-awav I,»-- rid u ar. -ne. •n yon drawuig i*nt to lose to Tile Mv jiro- Marrlrsi ti|M-ratl«ni I'pea a Linacs*. Yesterday morning Keeper Havens, of the t.ress /.<*,, jrcrfortued a very delicate operation. The Silver lioness, “Mollie," chewed tip a | ieee of raw Us-f which the butcher lad - up w itll a cleaver, leaving aune fragments of lame in the flesh. It I* not th.- custom of the keeper to giv. the animal, flesh that contains .my Ism*- at all. In this j„. stance a diaqr sliver of I*-ae pierced the lion.-*’ gum on the out si,Ie of the jaw, next to the cheek, ju*t In*low the left eve. I he place welled tip and foster,si, ami th.- animal suffered a great deal of j ain. II-: head was swollen and she wa* unable to eat. ' - Ste rd ay morning Keejrer Havens went to the cage, ami by coaxing the lioness he got her to lie down, and then he -lipped rope* over her fore feet stretching them to either silo of th cage and tvmg them securely. “Mollie" and struggled until the keejrer f -udle.1 her awhile. After ‘he WUN secured he entered the cage all alone, and. taking her head between hi krio, I, he cut a small incision in the cheek, took his lance and drew out the sliver, an inch in length. lie 'lid the work all alone, ami no poetise was present during the jrer-fortnanoe of the trituration. Yesterday afternoon, after she had been released several hours, he visited the - age. and she met him w itll a graphed l-«»k. holding the wound nj) to the bars of the cage a* if she wan glad that he im I J ref formed the operation that lier, and slit- ap pea re-1 ns do, ii, and kindly as a kitten, although she had Ire.-n fierce ami resentful 1,.?-fore. Atlanta font tit u Hon. John rn j •Asorm a ucsTAsr Astr-IHS tref. wourux c*.‘ EXCHANGE BOUGHT Md SOLD. not know: how- to use reflections made a Mpedaltj. Bone; e Lean ob Beal Estate. ROBERT HOLMES. -DEALSR IN- Lumber, Brick, Cement and Lime. “l»on’t start to day!" erie.! he, when within sjH-aking distance, “Why not ?* I.asked. “’Cause we’re g.,in' to have a storm, au’il’n a long an’ lonely stretch you've got before you.” “I see ne indications of it " "Yon would, if vou'd been waitin', a* I have, a fortnight for snow to start the si.sis, so that you could earn tho grub you w as a-eatiu'. Well have a storm, and a big one at that, afore dark." "But I've lots of time. Its oulv a few hours' rido." “I hope so, for I sees you'* I round to go. Well, iiustlo along, an’ don’t waste time a-talkin’ to me.” Tim old man had judged me rightly; } hie rubbing my hands and face I did design br go, seeing nothing per- j    “Where    have    you    baen?“    I asked    in teutons of evil, Accordingly, I acted I    a tremor of    jov    at    seeing    him    in    the tam —A —•-----starlight nicnt, and would one if we had it.’ Then I spoke of other matters, not wishing him to entertain hojres which I sawr had no foundation. Suddenly I awoke from an uneasy aleejr and missed him from my side. In terror I called his name. and with a sinking heart listened for the resjionhe that did not come. ' -Yn awful fear took poaaeaeionof me. Knowing that he could never aurure my con-ent. tho tlariDg little fellow: had •tarted off to meet hi* death while trying to bring relief to me. T his terrible conclusion, coupled with the jrain of my broken limb, caused me to lose consciotisnens. When I revived, it was to And Rob- I ALDEN, IOWA. ujron hi* suggestion, and rotlo away from tim log buildings that eposti-toted the camp. .    » F«ir some miles there wan a fair bridlepath through a wilderness of stumps sud underbrush, and we made good |ir<jgres*. At length we reached a j jroint w here we were obliged to make I a turn, and strike into the heavy tim- j ber, through which the remainder of j our journey lav, A railroad hue had been projected j Looking into that telegraph matter.” he rejrlied. I’m boiling -—• "Hojre no more for that Bobbie, but sit down beaide me. Holp may come in the rooming," I added, not wishing to <liscourage him. Help did rome in the morning. About niue o'clock Robbie aet up a joyous shoot, aud a moment later I saw almug men approaching. “How cam# you here /" I inquired, ( ornflelil I’liili—ophv. The burnt child fears the fire, aud so he will try to bud some method of playing with it without getting burned. I A drunkard can jtreach a good sermon on tho evils of intemperance, He know* whereof he sja-aks. Kindness is the grease that makes the world nm smoothly. The faster a man runs the further he will g-> in a certain time aud the sooner he will lie tired. The jroison you put out for your neighlsir’s dog will kill your own canine if hi- t ats it. A sheep cannot Him!) a fence as readily as a goat eau, and he is not ho self conceited, lint he jiroduccM more wool    • A lug heat! is no more a sign that Its possessor ha* lots of brains than a large inches tea that its owner has plenty of meat. Both may be empty. SMALX, quantities of nickel are olr-tained from various localities in the I nittsl States aud other countries, but the world's chief aujrplr is alated to have coma thus far from' the mines of a French company in New C aledonia, whose output has been about I,OOO tons veariv At Hie oopjrer linnet* near .Sudbury. Ont., however, nickel has now been found in such quantity that Dr. Peters has offered toprodnoe 2,tNM> tons of the metal annually. Late discoveries of nickel ore have also been ramie in the Ural. The increase in the supply of this metal is expected to bring into extensive ase the valuable alloys of nickel with steel and with copper’ ii . '7 n.n“ aU,l,t ,ri,‘ h,’,IV‘ that school was t., t,.-gUl M--ud.iv ami Besa was saying for the twentieth time “Im all rea<ly. grandma, everything Just think if* only to morrow.* 'How time* have chang) I "in wa* n little girl and ■Mid grandma with in ber et - - that w as always there rn' She w »* -’meinbenn’ " as Baas ‘aid O. grandma. I never thought that you ever went to school, are." I was ]ti*t a* young as “IS™’" KTAudtn i. "Tell me 'Ismt w h< school," begged Ii, dear grandma r “} ^ P'K,lt "r n‘nw >**r* °hl I re fore "“r"! br scil-- ii," grandma Iregan. "• lived in Ohio. ami it wa. more than *i\tv y, sr* ago. bv-Ty otic had to pav the school only lasted thn the winter, when it was work. **My little Irrother me. "My mother wove a piece of flannel "ii th.- fig k.-ni from the who! of our own shoe,,. Then she olored it brow n with walnut hull*, from tin* sh. made mu a brand n*-w flunm-1 very long. w-th tucks in it to let I grew "Father went to the woo.!*, and shot a deer ami *kmn.*l him and tanno*t the hide. from thi* .berskin he made me a fair of truck*kin slim-* The tied together with bathe were *tiff and heavv, “Mother next -obi -omo tallow, aud iiougnt a square of real store flannel of a bright r. ti color. M,e cut thi* in two on tho bias. so n* to make one piece larger than the other. The smaller of the*.* three cornered pt®.-«-was for me to wear around mv n,. a li.vndkereli:--f. TI .* larger onto servo as a ‘bawl anti hat, for I it ov cr my ii- i-l ""itll a1! my new thing little tin buck) t in one hand dinner in it, and the little primui mother had bought nae inigg--1 t« bread, we ‘tarted t » school right aft* i breakfn-d, father. Jolin ami i. “Father carried hi. ax oh hi* shoulder, going on before u* ami blaring tho way. By ’blazing I mean h-chopped a large chip out of the trees on each side, and cut away th.* underbrush for a pa tin The chool house wa* a mile and a quarter from our house, over lull* and thro ;gh bollcwr lhe school-house wa* built of i.ig round logs with clav stuffed in to till up tho crack*. There wa.* chimnef wli.-re a l(*g fire burn SIMPSON £ GODSIL -"KAI.KUH IN_ Brain,Jiw_Sloct, COAL, ALDEN, -    -    IOWA. Winona, IIL, Coal, Warranted 95 Coat. Fuel. PETER TAYLOR, DEALER IX- to go. and - months in too cold to went with .Ires*, -ut as tv wert *t rings, and Live Stock, GRAIN, Seeds & Coal. ALDEN, IOWA. WILLIAM BLEATING. PMI* Ueaty and Shelf Hardware, Picot III nile Mitt, Inware & Woodenware; Ut* UtewsS sad S»Mt (UM* of OOH IEEATD1G STOVES I SARGES in UM mark**. tbhm» WILLIAM K KA TI NO, All**, lo* k as • was won- - <»n and a with our ■ my - mv CHICAGO, IOWA AND DAKOTA x* rn ttiway. Slmrtest, Juiciest ami Only Direct Lint BET WK RN A LUKS, IOWA FALLS, Kl.BORI, ASB CU ICA BO, MIL WA CALEL A>B ALL EASTERS points. OWL*, In round uqtuben IO,BOB miasion-ariea are sen! out by the various Christian nations to jrreaeh the gospel to 1,000,000,000 heathen—one maw to every 100,000 of the heathen. Phybiolouihth sav that the (Oder a man grows th* smaller his brain |1m-eomea. This explains w hy the old man knowa nothing and the Young out* avarv thiog. “ I he scut * were log* split with stout legs Stuck ill them. Wa sat on ti., ll ut side. My feet never touched tin-floor, They usisl t»* get very tired hanging down, and I would' swing them back and forth to rest them I here were no backs to th. aud no desk* in front of them “I .lid not know what a school wa* like, and I felt very strange. I wa* afraid of tho teacher, he was su^h a large fellow, and went around carrying a lug Stick throe or four feet long' na der his arm. Ho was called tim master. “ I ather told him our name*, ajid then went home. telling us not to get lest, but come straight homo by the jrath bo had made. I felt like ewing when father left, everything wa* rn* st l unge. “ I ha* day the teacher j.ut ail the bi^ Dry-* ami girls in one cia** aud the lite ti.- ones in another “ • ben noon came we all #| run tai .-ar •inner bucket* ajid ate our dinners, Arr some of the children had come three miles. “We tlyu all went d.srr*. and the big troys ball very mthfh a* boy* do now. Tho girl . and simller , I -ova played ■ blind matt s buff," •drxrjr tho handkerchief’and ‘black, man' just as children do !;»w It »H* a1 most dark before w* reached home J that night I he tother \n*ru with ut* t to stay a week at our house, as he did w itll ail, That was th* ttrst day I ever .pent at school.* — I out I,'i. <'ow.pan urn. Passengers Can Save FRUM HODES TO S BETWEEN CHICAGO AND P0I«TS ON fHJS UK BY TEEING I THIS SHORT HOLTE. CONNECTIONS AT ELDORA JI X HOV W Lh the Clar agt and Northwestern Railway for Tama nty Cedar Rapids. (.’Ii Mon. Chicago Mi.Waukee. Des M--inc*. Vouocil Slutls, Hi. Baul. Minueajx * a-^l all points it Dakota, Nebnaska, Kansaa and tho WesL ELDORA with th-- Central lows Railway for js inn, North ai .A .South. iowa fills with -*.> b.,c. r st k ami Illinois dntrsi li.*iwsv*. f- » Water I**-. Dubuque, Fort Ikrdge aad Sioux Lily. For all adoration shout Fvright o# I xssenger Hat,**. app,y to .>ur l-*cuJ ag-*nts or address the General Freight; aud seuger Aigeat st Eldaea, Iowa JOHN PORTCH, ammi. Pe* S. PORTER. O'- W. ask I*. J THE LATEST! ^HORSED AMO USED BY TNC 8* CbOVERMRRSHT. rWl |R TNE BEST la tha Market by Bayfagttra A Bm-‘tH»n «r Re I bed. • This talk a boat u* fellow* wraating to marry for money i.* all foolishneoH ’ resaarktnl vunng Ile Trov exeitfdlv “Love, aud love alane, *hould prompt a young maji in choosing a life partner. 1*0 you suppose that Iref.ire I would propose to a girl I d hum and haw around and try by hook »nd crook to get hor to leu me 1k>w much *he was worth*" ,la’ remarked young Inswim, “a thousand times no. You’d Aud out tome other * ay. •’—■Drake’* May ai tnt. It-N’T the man who paint* a fence a hue ar of wood ? Write tor -“-mail rob-'- STM HAMME OO., ;