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   Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 4, 1875, Ackley, Iowa                             MABCII rriie Iitbllslioil Thursday AT Harclin WHITE COURTKIGHT KDITOHS AXD Terms of One copy In One six In One tliruu In 01 In Independent Hiillroixtl Mi opposite Acklcy1 professional cards nf live lines or per year each additional line IXiJiil notices tnlicrted nt legal Advertising rules made Itnowii on of nil In a ncnt and workmanlike and at rcHsonhble Uive Us a GENERAL County Job Frank I ol hcliouH Court Pistrict Court 12tli nnrt Circuit Court 13th niul VM Corporation ilUNK iVoiiN RATU lUtLKV IIuLUNUKK W Clnrk Church Vrenoli Siibbuth school ut Prayer niucttiiH on TliwwUiy Piinching nt 11 mid 7 Hnbluith celiofil at 9X 1ruyer inuutlng ou ViLHliiestluy eve uingT null Sulibnth school Ht I Prajrer meotiiii on AVclhtKilny Sorviccs pn the 1st ilmi Sunday of hvory month nt 10K ChrLstian Uoctriiilil scliool Vespers id 2 Civic Fniintniii Monday on or bolVnv lull nwm Work every Momlny Urcthnti are cordially iuvitod to meet with EAHTKISX meets every 1ft AVedtiswliiy of Masftnle Slliubers cordially inviicd to meet with Ixirtfrc rnwt on Thnreclny evening of each at their HfH over Murtlu Visiting brotliu are iordially 25 from from Arrive fll ftom the Knst 1 25 the AVcst iiii from lit North the BUSINESS Attorney mid Counsellor at llarillfi uiso Court Cummissioiur for Attorney iu tiiw Collectiou liiKKlns second Hnrdlh A Attorney mid Cmmsol lit Ilnrdin Prompt attention prttil to Atloniey and Counsellor at Will ivactico in nil tin s of Hcnl Estate and Insurniicc Asjent Collections and Keunttahcea niadu Bv Ihybician and All kinds of work dono at reasonable I have come to Ackiey with the indention of niak illy it my mil would bts pleased to havo you give men tlllieu over Meyers Fumi jutting done tip in I tVio liest ftyles of the art ihop one r west of Francis1 door Clocks B15NJA1IIN AVulches and Clocks re jiulrod ii a ut my ijun xin Main Real Estate Fire and Life and Noiury boujiu mid busillVllS sunuiy A TMs llousihas Kcenlly hccii nlaied uud iitud up with all thu uiodiTii iui Two Sunnlo UouJns on lins to and from all MilXlTllU Near BuilinuUm Cedar Uuoil Mabliiig Shell lirstcluss accoiuuiodatious mid Tv AH Automaton The attention of the medical profes sion in France lias recently been call ed to a very remarkable A young mini during the late German Avar received a gunshot Avouud by which a portion of the right parietal bono Avas carried aAvay to the extent of nearly three A paralysis of the right side Avas the couseqiichce of this By dcgjels the parnlysis disappeared and Uic use of the limbs Avas restored but the mind singularly Thi mun AVUS by profession a public Ho since his from bod ily been subject to or from tAVcntyfour to fortyciglit during Avhich his condition presents some extraordinary He in to be u veritable He walks mumbling without cessa and appearing to be wholly 1111 cousciouK of person or objects by which lie is He Avalks straight never speaking n When lie encounters any obstacle he feels Avitli his and socks way of avoiding or going around without giving the least sign of intelli as if he were iu a state of sonv He is absolutely without Pins may be Stuck into his flash Avithont producing the slightest and violent electrical shocks fail to nioAe him in the least This state is however that of en tire as is sliOAvn by the remarkable fact that if a is put into his hand he immediately seeks for ink and and upon obtaining tlicm writes a iu which bespeaks correctly and intelligently of various matters Avhich cerccru if a piece of cigarette paper is placed in his he immediately takes tobacco fromhis rolls a cigar lights it Avith a match from his and smokes Ifoue extinguish es the match before it reaches the he takes another from his pocket and lights it as refusing absolutely to take one Avhicli may be offered him already He Avill alloAV his mustache to be burned Avith out appearing to notice it but Avill not take a lighted match Avhich may be ofiered If chopped liut be sub stituted for the tobacco contained in etitutcd for the tobacco contained in his he makes his cigarette of it and smokes it Avithout appearing to no tico the diuereuce of Among the experiments of Mcsnet upon this singular is one Avhich is particularly He places in the hands of the fliari has been had been a public u pair of kid The man immediately puts them on and seeks for his sheet of music A roll is given like a piece of upon Avhich ho assumes the atti tude of a public performer and begins to AV hen the crisis is he becomes perfectly but has not the slightest recollection of what has The case presents tin interesting subject of investigation for physicians and There seems to be a possibility that Tom Scott Avill really get his Texas Pacific Kailroad steal favorably con at luust in the house of Rep Ho is rasng heaven and earth to compass this but 4 VI v members of Conress Avll to grant that swindling ai the suniu ulJ td the CHUT the of gloom hu fcoon as the peoplecan iyct a chance to push them One civ stance favors Scott ami other thieves Jhere arc a largo number of congress men Avlio kiuw this is their last chance to Their constituents have decMiJ them out of ami Laving 110 hope for t ho future they are mk kss in the there should be at loat a remnant loft who will not bow the kuco to Pout And Diffey8 Almost everybody in town has heard of Jimmy Diffeys dog He had a thousand but that Avert Catching ball and all that sort of business afforded him mvach Make but a single as though throwing something into tlic and Duplex AVUS all His was aloft in n and h is cars Avcre vibrating six Ayays for while his tail Avas extraor dinarily flexible When he had fallen into this attitude majority of ex ternal things were uot heeded by him until he became convinced he Avns not going to hear anything Not only in also in maiiy other the dog was a poor Duplex is dead Last Sunday afternoon the Chinese resi dents of this place tendered god Guinboots an in Avhich fire crackers and bombs largely predomin Jimmy Diflby Avcnt down to China town to see this Duplex followed at his Hardly had the Joss house been reached Avheu a Chinese Avorshiper of the crosseyed god aboAe mentioned threw into the air one of those Avicker covcrcd a tiling AvhSch no other nation except the Chinese would ever have thought of Poor Du plex saw the ball and rushed forth from his masters confident that as a trained dog he ivas expected to do his The ball had not yet done ascending Avhcn Duplex Avas un derneath squatted upon his haunch nose in the ears and tail laying along the ground as stiff as a small In vain did Diffcy shout and call Here Duplex Duplex Got out Come here you Duplex kneAV too Avell under similar circumstances had been expected of krieAV his As the hissing sphere reached its great est paused the fractional part of a secondj and then began its the slightest bit of tremor imaginable Avns to be observed in the extreme point of the tail of the nlert nnimal as the Iniii ueiCLjJtlud neaur ami lie was as firm as a he wasi measuring his At the exact and critical moment Duplex darted from the straight as an nrrOAV from the his well formed tail pointing directly to the and his mouth open to tfte widest DOAVU betAveeu distended jaAVs oftlie dog fell the Drop you rascal shouted Difley drop drop U sir But Duplex did not drop dull explosion Avas heard sort of thud and where he The greater part of liiJa lay where the explosion biit one of his eyes was sent across the street through the AvindoAV of Hop the Chiueje doc the end of his nose fell in this bou doir of Miss Boo and a shaver of teeth rained in the meat market and pigkilling establishment of Ihofat and easygoing Ah Further details of the explosion of the gas woilss in Des Moines indicate that Uie vftlve had been open in tlie eel Jar of the purifying room about The gas filled the cellar and Avorhed its way into the purifying room above where there AVUS a gas jet When a sufficient quaii ty to igfiite was in the it was set lire by the gas Three men were in t he building tit the One AVJIS and two were Brady ttiul Avho Avere Avere blown twenty feet in the The purifying room eutiivly demolish tlio deliris being found iu some cases two bkiLks A hole about two feet square Avas made by flying bricks in the large gas con taining at the time feet of the man that Avas on the Avateh at the time of the ivent through the floor of the but came out Bradys injuries are very his hands md being and otherwise seri ously His recovery is doubt King jj injuml Uv iuhalling tho burning but is not considered dan gerousi The loss of property is essi mated at TAVO plirifycrs Avcre Entirely several sup ply pipes and the the building leveled Avith the A large force of AYorkmen are engaged clearing aAvaJr the The manager of the AvOrks thinks the company Avill be able to siipply a limited amount of gas in about two Tlio gas works are ownedby but the stock had been hypothecated to NeAvark Savings Bank to the an lount of Over worth of 1amps were soldan the city the next J Reduction of Kew York Hotel of reducing rates and ad justing prices for bdttrd according to the floor or the location of the room occupied is JIOAV recognized every Avhero as the best This the result of rare and a keen im ight into the mysteries of hotel was originated by proprietor of the Grond Central ETotel on NCAV From the start the plan workedso well that it has placed the Grand Central in the lead of the first class hotels in ISfeAV york and kept it To ilii istratc The Grand althou gh the largest hotel in ISTeAV It is really the largest in in the coi itaiuing 630 rooms and the most scales its rates fro in 8100 to per less than the o tlicr firstclass hotels that approach it in style and Many people Avill be surprised to learn that five or six meals per day arc considered necessary at firstclass hotels in NBAV The Grand Central furnishes six separate meals each from early morn till mid and is fast celebrated for its Aids for Ker and Missouri Tbiey are not to share in the rich spoils which Vic torious Democrats are preparing to They in the polite and rortremoly olepnnt phrfico o f Southern to be heruaftor designated as puke and to be given no When an ambitions and faith ful Democrat of My sug gested a feAV days ago that lie AVOS the party calculated to discharge the du ties of Clerk of the next Ho use of Re Thresentatives and to the glory of a delegation of members from the late Confederate States waited upon him and informed him that such a thing was We have no objection to said the committee you are probably as great a rebel in feeling as ourselves but Maryland re fused to go with the She w a puke and however much you may regret are a and as such your election is out of the ques all the Border States are just as said the agonized candi was the And do you mean to say that Dela Avare is a puke State Said And Kentucky Of And Missouri Mis souri though her effort to go but of the Union may partially relieve And so the Maryland Avith hopes crushed and ambition retired once more to the se clusion of private life noAV AVQ should like to if a of a Border State who sympathized with the but refused to is a Avbat to call those eminent patriots of the North Avho Avere guilty of a similar sin of omission Avhat is and and Thur ntul Barney and Rise Up William Allen Are they all it Ianuot be There must be some loss offensive phrase than this to suit their Cull them by any other and though they Avill smell no the sin that doth so easily beset them Avill appear less prominent Old Sile of sen tenced to imprisonment for life tAveuty fivt years ago has just been pardoned Coming forth 75 years of Avith no no no character dark and sad a record to look back Five Fonnfl Frozen the Decks of a Frotn the BrooklyA Ni the terrible Avcaf her which prevailed on the coast since the year set in great damage has been done to ship ping in the adjacent and sev eral wharves and ihoorings have been so badly wecked aa to cause the owners insufferable But of all acci dents none are worthy of notice iri view of the appalling catastrophe which was revealed here at the dawn of keeper of the Pierre was aroused by his wife at halfpast 5 she expressing a fear that she had heard the crashing oftiinber below where their quarters in the light house As the sea or wind was not running very high at the time Perot him self could distinctly hear at intervals the heavy pumping of what he knew be a vessel upon the He dressed himself hurriedly and ran to the house of a French fisherman named with his three sons and the Ifght house went to the moorings of their boats on the There found a schooner on her beam and she was being badly shattered by successive collisions with the heavy boulders that drop out from the head The fisherman launcheda but before they were ready to put dtit for the wreck she veered about and was fast drifting on the In less than fifteen mlutest the rudderless craft was stranded and they could board her with the aid of planks laid upon the lop sided which was literlly cased with as were the the and the stumps of her dismantlcdspaf Out of the gal ley two human legs and upon investigationj found that they be longed to the corpse of a colored man whose face Avas frozen to the deck and whose body was stiff and hard as the ice that surrounded ifo The steering gear had all been swept away with the and the vessel must have been for weeks at the mercy of In the forecastle three bodies were found which had been either frozen of starved to for no provisions could be found on A corpse was found on its face beside a coil of roap near the like the rest it was as hard as a stone imbedded in a surface of The cabin windows had been broken by heavy and the Captains stateroom and mates bunks were solidly cased with There Avas a box of mathes and some frozen in the ice Avhere the store or bogy had stood before the severe lurching of the vessel or force of the seas threw it dowii A corpse was found at the doAvnward etui of the cabin Avith the stove sheding the It Avore a heavy reefing and hat The fisherman think that this Avas the The two they must have been as no truce of them except their trunks and clothing could he found The ghastly aspects of the corpse1 struck terror into the very stfiils of the hardy fishers who had witnessed many ahorrible scene of death on that stormy They had to use axes to liter ally cut the bodies out of the and by direction of the Perfect of Police here they were laid in a heated apart ment in the jail to be thawed The veried bluish and snow white spots on the and fiugres of the dead mou revealed the fact that they had been badly frost bitten before and iu that Avay disabled from doing ship du The Schooners name is the Louis of Gnspe Her papers have been handed over to the British Consular ngeut who Avill make all due in The consisting of lum has been claimed by the fisher It has been cold enough iu Kansas to freeze arid some of the drunkards there have become solid of gave birth to five children laSfl alt of whom Avere Aver e stillborn and three lived got A Scotch recently said 0 Lttrd give unto us poverty or and pausing sol emnly a He esipeci ally A Netf hatopsMre tftonaa tnitrti to Beecher will hold tip agree to be struck dead if he is guil she will believe hittt infiBcettt un less he Free Young America fe quite Ill put a head on said little gamin to a companion try was the quick and your ers monkey1 will fee a chefub i than ten A Britisn1 recently died age b ninety As he had been in morp than one hundred naval the Burlington Hawlceye is moved1 to re it is a wonder that ever lived till he died without being An old bachelor says When f retoemher all the girls I met I feei like a rooster in the fall exposed to every weather I I feel like Ifrho treads alone some barnyard afi desert ed whose oata are feaas are or all to market Dodge A family living near ette on weht out ttf fisit a neighbor j Towards evening they started for and having td face the1 biindirig show stated fney lost their and four in Avife and tAVo cJiildrenV froze td death Their corpses foiind thd ihext A Salt Lake1 Utah dispatch Bays There has beefl no colder weather dttring the AVinief in this valley than ten1 degrees aDoVe1 and although there has teen it considerable quantity of show mining Opera tions have continued without interrupt and mdre ore JJEJ Veen taken Out than during any previous Ambrose on 19 last attempted to ravish the 10year old daughter o Judge of the tlnlted States Court Boston was yesterday convict ed and sentenced to State1 jmsou for life Flanois testified that he saw the young girl about ari hour after the Shfi had ctit by a knife iu her pflvata rind had bled So much it was impoesP We then to detewalne Whether her Ufci could be1 saved She has been under my care ever since and has not beefl able to cootie otit until within a fetf days I do not think t saw her ments There were spots on each of her neck Post and VaiV of Mornirig near Sioux broke one bone of bis Jeft two or three inched above tha on the 9th of and never found it out until the 16th of The injury Avas caused by a A pail of water which he was carrying his hand at the time of the struck him on the leg and broke one of the bones square It gave great puin at the but being abK to he concluded that it Avasnt of sufficient consequence to make any The iu the injured and he frequency heard a snapping and grating the region of the One day while iu this city he visited a physician and said that his leg was bro but the to whom he applied laughed him out of the fee auflbred on until Sioux City physician made u careful and found the as Ciitj 7   

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