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Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 11, 1875, Ackley, Iowa MARCH rubHflhcd Thursday i Every AT Hardln WHITE cO COURTHIGHT EDITORS AND Terms of One one In one six In One three In i Omen In independent Railroad opposlto Ackley ltusintHB professional cards of five UnoS or per year each additional line BUSINESS AOKLKY This Itbtwe hiw recently bcon and fitted up with nil the modern im TWo Sample Itooius on llrst Free Bus to and from all MONITOR ICAVHon troprle Konr Until ngtpu Cedar Good Ktnbllntr txtal iiotlecH inaorted at legal AdvertlslUg e made knowii on of all Unds executed In a neat and workrnatillko and at reasonable dive County Job lrank DiwK BUTLER shell Firstchug accommodations and Terms Is prepared to transfer Household RrtotlH and oiher With and lit moderate ULve mu a satisfaction guar Mcenmid SulcH attended to in any part of the Heitig also a practical Horse he Will1 Undertake any ease that he may be favored Extracts from Senator Weights Letter Declining to be A date UNITED KTATKS SENATE 1 MY DEAR letter of the 21st and its contents Every hour is taken up with leaving but little time for letter and my answer must neces sarily be 1 I have had pjn the sub ject referred to in hAve delayed any decisive for reasons not here to The controlling grew out of proposed business arrange within the pjist few Imve been satisfactorily and there is nothing furtheif in the way of an some of my friends and even deterjpitieato make contingent upon these After the As Charles who has fig ured so conspicuously before the pub lic during the past two is an object of universal we visited him in the Friday with a view to ascertaining with what effect the ver dict of the jury in his case had been received by speaking after the manner of his able counsel he felt after his figurative walk through the dark valley the shadow of now that he come forth into the noontide of near and certain We found the pris oner cool and tranquil as warm ing himself before the looking somewhat w Court District Court and Circuit Court 16lh and Corporation FIIANK Jims Clark Church Preach ing at and 7 Hahbnth school ut 1 IroyuMiiuutliiK on Thursday Ircaching at 11 and 7 Knhbiith school lrayer meeting on Werlncsduy eve Preaching at 10 and 7 Sabbath school it Iriiyer meeting on Wednesday 1eter Services in thi and Sunday of every month at Hand Christian doctrinal Bchool and r Civic meetings of Fountain Lodge aill Monday on or before full moon of each Work every Monday llrethrvn ure cordially Invited to meet with meets every Ut and Wednesday of each at Members are cordially Invltud to tflth Ixidgo meet on Thursday evening of each at their null over Martin Visiting brothers cordially Arrive at 2SB from the lart from West from the North from the Up in Up In the garret I sit and gaze At tho rusty relies of other days llroken and they are stowed away Under the rafters rough and The dust of years that will come no moro LicS thickly over the creaking The slender on the windows The spiders ercep on the dingy wall They weave their web in the corners Aiidiidthiiig human disturbs them I look at ttmoworn Where once I rested my Infant head Tis broken and old and thrown away To like the old to while I kneel oer broken I think of the longlort mothers name Of a happy when by her chair 1 knelt to utter my Infant prayer Of tho loving words she kindly trald Wheu she laid me to rest in that One day I saw her llko one at rest With white hands folded upon her While sorrowing friends stood weeping And worda wero said with a solemn sound Then sadly away her form they And I looked oiiUer lovely face no These are the dreamo I dream Under the raftera I turn away with a sense of pain To tho toilsome tasks of my life Leaving the garret and broken ware To the slender waaps and spiders in Our Fireside A Nut to You arc very kind in y bpth of poiwiml and assurances of public opHuion touuhiug my expected I have had very letters from persons in all parts of our alike full of was assurances that my conceded by if not Influ enced by these I should feel that but one course was open to me that was leave the people to deter mine the slccordiug to their own bowing to their serving them as best J could again retiring if tlicy any one of the Several who have been mentioned for my I niay of course quit6 misjudge the stateof public We are all more iir less liable to d tliis in our own I know I am not an exception tothis Anl yet I will be pardoned for the express ion of the belief that if a i r 11 1J while I would not expect any niore about the deno citing scenes throu just passed and the he must have felt result of his been left to the silei the court house hti grates of the prisoi upon The actors in the great h heavy circles ing that tho ex h which he had latural solicitude regard to the ad probably not ce and shadow of when the iron cell had closed ctual scenes and rama were hushed in the shadows of but repeated themselves in shadowy phamtoms that havenot little confidouc in view of lettew from almost every county and many leading men of the fliatl should be elected as my Ajid be would not down at the bidding of Natures The prisoner gavCjjis his hanBTanH1 received our congratulation upon the result of his trial a cheeirnil but no to any emotion that could be construed into unusual pleasure or expressedVhimself glad that the trial was Saying that he had found his long sittings in the court room very tedious and He referred very gratjfully to the kind STATE A young man in Storm rejoices in the name of Orange Chapman was confirmed Marshal for during the execu tive Wednesday has been se lected by the National Cheese and Egg Convention as its next place Iowa Falls sensation is the escapade of the daughter of a welltodo farmer that place with the colored hired The city election in Des Homes passed off the newly elected Aldermen being three Democrats and three Vote Judge Wilson has ordered who was acquitted on the of1 insan to be sent to the insane asylum at On Saturday last the jury in the ease of brought in a verdict of murder in tho second The judge has not yet pronounced his The MaraJuill Times chronicles the demise of the Iowa Grange Elevator Company at and intimates that its directors havebeen speculat ing in grain with heavy 1 i of Muscatine coun was bringing sbnie the door steV he dropped He had beenmarried but a Adreadful warning against wretch who answers totie nniitt whose homV is t MRJR was arrested last w indecently exposiaghielperson toV little school He waa brught before and prfcusing to leave town on the first4 was 5r the special efforts of Allion and the authorizing the of a pntoon bridge the Missisa ippi a this place has become a We now that General Jones willt have te manliness to recall tatioasjponSenator and will justice to that hMas at all times his iti serving the people he Ayoug marriMmamin upl Having fltae trouble his wife some tim to hang i t com treatment he ha hands of Sheriff and his BUSINESS F and Counsellor at Hardin also Coiomlsfiioner for T Attorney at IAW and Collection HtRKlns wscoiid llnrdln k PKATT Attorney and Hnrclin Prompt attention paid to Attornuy and Counsullor at Will practico In all thp of Real Estate and Insurance Colleetlonii promptly and Remittances madu A C MURlIH Attorney and Counsellor at Ipwfci Onjuo second door vent of Jliplcy Physlelan and n L and Offlco in Pavldson pons TS OCTmanPhyslciiin and Scales T VON IKitanio 1 and UouUulifr OIBeo three doors wcS of HIM 1ost CaHs promptly day or IttrticularJVUttnlfou given to all1 forms gj We are aware that when any object is presented the organ of sight the impression made upon the optic nerve is conveyed to the and the in telligence received is there recorded upon the page of memory by the some thing occupying the and stored away for future a man comes within the the nerve con veys the and the thing in the brain a If he be known to that his may be fully described but if the vision falls upon an object never before seen or heard what is the knowledge conveyed to the brain Simply the form as impressed upon the optic memory receives its education only to that But a savant ac quainted with the describes giving and then the something vjhose duty it is to describe the impressions made by the adds a postscript the description of the unknown thing ou the tablet of and the fore unknown is now classed among the known facts in the possession of the Now the point we would Jiere make is if the something which receives and gives off known edge must first bo educated and CWV only teach what it is itself then who was the first teacher J lieviug hesitation or regret in as I now to you and which you are at liberty to make puWicjin your that I shall not be a candidate for This conclusion I have reached after the most1 majure at my duty tc and the its I say it is deliberatei as is to a few at Iwistf jhave had the matter under consideration for many days and but confirmed me received at quite his reticent on His uring in this i i i irf my make this in view of what ft the people of and inV rf i f but wa allthatpertaincd Fou our and welcomed with us much aait is in the nature of the It is prob able that the cnirt order Wagner removed to thefinsano asylum ut Inde as ho rcmnudcd to jail to awuitjthe conclusion of the Scott trial 11 court will take to the disposi wi pending when the inal action in regard on of of the deceased Frank adding one either Iowa is Republicau has been so for and is upon a full anllfajr from thirty to fifty thousand It is the banner Republican State in the great North and Indeed almost in the If keep it defeat will be traceable largely if not entirely to our The g political year is to toll not a lour and especially on All kinds of work done at I with tho Inttentlou of mak o come to Aeltley it my and givemo a iturti would be pleasud to have Ottloe ovur Mejers Furnl rjShiimpooniugandllair puUlng done up Ii the best of tho SUop one door west of Franols the following from Chicago A bill in cjmncery has Ijeen the United Spates Circuit Co tho Southern District of New by New York Clocks BENJAMIN Watcliusand Clocks re paired in u workmuuliku nl my shop on MiUn Real Flto dud Life Collec mul LAND uiid Notary Bullor Taxes i ff a prominent jjiastern me insurance and one or two national in which the allegation is made that Stevens and Banner the partners of went into a silver mining operatioft the vice president of this life insurance in it is they used of Allens on their own and advanced to the vice prosideut of the insurance company the great the greatest pojitic of If we true to bur past true to tlie true to the warnings all avouua we shall not Let all bear in mind that the people are now more1 determined than ever to have their own to control their policies an4 and that any well founded suspicion that nominations candidates are made to in obedience to some prearranged ilAii or will work as cerT defeat as that the election is has been unusually free from any such or soculled wng and I the w lost confidence will Our success heea largely traceable to this and the confidence of the well that it was We have for the most good State and this haa ajdfjd not a littl jn inspiring oonfldence giving us Large have led us too in many to iuditterence to local If in every at tjie coming wo will put ward our very best men of ster crated quite a scene in the court roonl yesterday by appear ing in a very acited state before Judge beggilg that Wagner should not be set at saying that ho had murdered her and it would be dangerous set him loose upon society again with the opportunity of committing father The judge finally overcitpe the excitement and agitation of us applicant with such satisfactory explanations as the case afforded Rhomberg took her ai I law and order again men bringinj Cedar county has the for furniahinf twelve to plant on eacliside of Pacific railr The are extend from linnesota and are designed to protect the track from the At the the ifter 1 V paniou haoretired fo J brave proceeded Wthe afld curing one ihd of aigund neck and himself do tighten severe called him do fellow The wife wil the line of Page became lost in the snow in the with a team which he had hired to go to the railroad station after bis He wandered about for a tiete in the and at last ran off the bank into a falling on theice and his load on top of The of the load into Qillr t their ticket one who slipped in by only six The Republican majority is the greatest tjieyever and will reach I formerly Superinten dent of the Iowa Hospital for the Insane at Mount Pleasantand who went from this to assume the same position in Wisconsin Asy has recently resigned that posi ha prevailed wi Pub1 edasto iljl in the old and storied opinion is much divid erdict in the Wagner some upholding and others equally strong in condemnation of Very littje took is taken in the insan ity ani there is much speculation as to tho mpber of lunatics that will be stirringpociety up with sharp or worse with howie knives and shot guns oefore the fall of another i winters Judge Love has macje an order re quiring F the Iowa and Chicago toUippear at Keokuk on the 9th of March and show cause why he should not be adjudged a Potter of Davenport Gazette oflicial ly announces that the Hennepin can is dead it having been killed by the house committee of con The people of the will indeavor to survive the Springville of Pottawattamle on March in session declared selves free and independent from authority of the National and Sjate and that their connr therewith is The ces alleged was that the Gi lost all confidence in the State officers that the finances had BpftdU i to the Dubuque Herild I jEPENDENOBj March 6 orribl caused ocourence has place by tho burnning of the A quiet and farmej jotamed of was ightJy and in the act of ng for home this 5 was ling those to whom we rejtfer Ruthlessly forced into the calaboose by pride and satisfaction as worthy of the support of the and to a and his body and the ballot because they on the ticket I say if we unite upon J this and give to the people excjej exceptionally lowa will than ever and law and justice lands tjiis case shall be fairly The origin of the fire is as there was no tin the miserable den when shiog was ibrced into poor into the wateVj was feet sticking the one of thonorses became extricated The 6ther sfood for the space of five feeton a Ipank about one and ahalf feet the andnot more feet the loose animal staying with it all tho The commencement exercises of tho medical department Iowa State University closed late on evening of the There were twentyone candidates in tho crass for examina out of nearly in the depart inent nineteen of whom Tho valedictory address was delivered by of the the graduating class by ex6fiicio president of the The affair closed with a grand banquet at the James The hoard regents have appropriated money to enlarge theworking1 of the military Depart pient of thereg ular detailed last tember by of war as fessor of authorized to pnrohase been Gwnge kept from the annual The Fayette News of last week announced that place had broken into and robbed of cWefly together wjtji valuable Stated money and paper haU in the the door of which carelessly been left ffewa says that suspicions rjfe that he must have been con s trndother implements wcessajrjr fora more complete working of tjw I resides Jena his hie and 414 reside a boarder 4 few weeks ago cau Frohm kissiog Mrs He WM ceeeively an4 to mollified by anything leasJliaji a with the and that lie will be requested fcy virtue of a warrant to await further Others think he had no connection with the On receiving the account we promptly telegraphed for further in telligence of the and at a late hour last night received the following special dispatoh Kurds National College JJank robbed of thirty thousand Money bee bushels of after informed Frohm hadattempte4 violent wrath at became so ungovernable that it cottJ4 not be appealed by anytjuftg leas tfeaa a note which Frohm held a Frohm decliue4 to delivw the when ChrietiAnBiBQ him with a CM was on Wash ingtons infliotjn one breaking his skull oa back of his and reuderioe in condition re last ohanoes for hte sen was arrested and over
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