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   Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 16, 1875, Ackley, Iowa                             TOWAV APKIL Every At Hardin WHITE COUMJLltlGJlT KDIT0118 AND Terms of Oiii one yonivlii One copy six In liilvimoe Onu tliroti In 50 iiiilqiCntlciit Kiillrond opposite Acklcy HiisliioHS and nroluHstotml curds of five or per year cadi iiddltlonnl line Legal notices iUBertcil nt Advertising rules niiulii kiiowu on M nil ktluls Executed in anoikt unit workmanlike nnd nt rvitnoliUblo GIVe us u cull GENERAL J County fob Frank of Court District Court 12th nnd ClreuitCourt 15lh nnd Corporation JOHN Hi Frank Churbh 1rcacli and 7 Sablmth school at M Prayer meeting on Thursday IriiniUiiig at 11 nnd 7 Subbath school at 1rnyer meeting on Wednesday eve 1renehing at 10 nnd 7 Sabbath school nt1 Irnyer meeting on Wednesday 1eler Services on the 1 ami Sunday of every month nt fi nnd 10X Christian doctrinal school and at 2 Civic meetings of Fountain Uidge 219 Monday on or before Cull moon of each Work every Monday Brethren are cordially invited to meet with KASTKIIST meets every 1st nnd Id Wcdiusdny of each nt Mnsonic Members are cordially invited tomwtwtth Lodge meet on Thursday avoning of each ut their Hall over Jfiirtln Visiting brothers are cordially Arrive from the Knst from the U from the North from the i i BUSINESS F Attorney and Counsellor ut llardin also Cnnrt Commissioner for T Attorney at and Collection Iflciilns Hli Hardin Iflciilns second A 1HATT Attorney nnd llardin Prompt attention paid to Attorney and Will practice In all the us of Real Kstutc und insurance courts 01 umi insurance Collections and Kcmittnnccii made ouiiiellnr lUHcu over Murtin Fausts Hardware Attorney and Counsellor ut Ollicc ueeond door Vest of Ilipley Jhysicinn and IV 1hyslcinn and Otlice in Uavidson Sons Priig Tn icrman lliynlcian and I Ofllco in law 1 VOX Botanic and Olllcu tlircu duors west of the 1ost Culls promptly ntlendcd day or Iarttculiir attention given to all forms of All of work done at rcjisininble 1 have ioiuu to Acklcy willi the inttentiun of inak ina U ny und would be pleased to yiiu njve tne over Meyers Funii luic Shaving linir CutlinB dune up ii Ijcui of Dm an Shop uiii door wetit of Francis Clocks Repaired it J i uun 01 iHtihniyc on Imnd to trawler mKifttttc linrt packlitres of nil klllds to uliy piirt of the city ut reiisoniible rates He also wood and coal to it lowest market Him on hHndiUimesup ply of Orders left nt iloherts Urtif riloro ovnt Clark lienehH will receive prompt Is I 1 Ull ii rid other Nvlth nild nt moderate OlveWi iv Virentid To Collcc and and Notary Public llutler Taxes Abstracts of Tlilu Lunds bought mid and Heal business generally attended BUSINESS AliKLKY Tills House lias recently been iilnrKiiMttitt Htled tip with nil tlio modern liii niveniejUi Twujsiimtili Unoms on flrist 1ree Hits tf and IWnii all nil J IOJLJ4 Free Hits to urn f OXITOIt Naur Burlinnlon fulur lopiLslabllnt Shell Firstclass iiccommodiitiotiK und Turmii pared to transfer Household ttltli nnd nt KiUlsfaution guur ay favored Reaj Estate CV Time Trains Coins Acklcy v M p i 1M nnlwiMiu A ii i M pjf IM AM Trains Ifcti DallylSxeupt A M Vdsscni Acklcy A M Kt Dodge KM F fulnA At r ji Sioux City Fulls Minnesota DAILY KXCKIT Trains Is 10 Leave Ackley r M i Fulls June lAlfi A M luf i Ji Arrive Jlona 725 Trains Cfoiiiff Leave Mnnn l Iitliir Kulls Arrive Aeklcy IS M p M 17 J At 1017 A At CENTRAL RAILROAD OF In 2fi u wiio io 0 31 H ii 8 III H 10 7 23 7 JO 7 i 05 1 Jill 22 fi 07 r 51 fi 0 4 44 8 11 Ii it8 1 U 1 ill Xorllnvood SO 111 no 7 42 KUNSKTT 00 07 OB ClKXEVA FAL1KXKn 1 AnnuTT itA LlSCOAIll dlitrtiUulltdwn flUUN IrinnilS fill 4 u 4 17 1 30 44 fi r 17 fi 48 5 fill V I 30 7 27 7 SB 8 8 JO R55 0 10 I II fid in os 10 HH 10 rs n 10 n io 12 IK 1 fi 1 88 10 J fil SAINT IP YOU AKE GOING NORTH or SOUTH See that Tickets rend Unnids Passenger Trains Each Way Conncctins with trains of the Central at CV uttr doing north nnd south und H Wnlchci nnd Clocks re tmircd in a a sjiup owned nnd operated by this line ureouipuny all nijjlit COXXKCTIONH A III AS At with Hurllnifton Qninry K Jt lor Ke tjnlncy nnd anil West to Oltuiu ami all points iu ICUUMIS mill inut with Smilliucitcrii for Funn ivnil all points in Missouri u Junction with Oiiwuio Jt Soiith Wivtern Hailroad for Washington and Leaven At with lluck A fur lowiv C Mciints UIHI Atccdiir liaplds with DlvWon of 11 t It M Iur 1ust villc uiul with Chicago tt em Hallway for Ciiunill lllutKsand Chi CUKO and with k Southwestern tuiihvuj for At with Musaitlue H K M for nnd tvdar Vixlls with Illinois fen trill Hailmila for Fori nnd AtNuja MihvuuUoe tt 1uu Jtailway fur Masnn City nnd Cliarlis At Austin with MUwuukw 1uui lUiilwiiy At iinl will ihi grnit LuluSuperior region and all points and in iiiii1 anI 1nv iV Tlrliit Agricultural Oollegos Many of tlio licst minds yet the Agvictilturni Colleges as totally impracticable ami uselessPresident of tbe Agricultural has been lecturing on the sub ject before of Ho adduces Inany interesting facts in connection with educational He says the verdict of lectures and is that a large proportion of the scholars of Agricultural Colleges cannot be returned to the farms That while with equal preparation they could enter a law or medicine school and graduate in two iii the agricultural it Ventures four years of hard as agriculture requires more knowledge than medicine or Education is equivalent most gener ally to abandoning iiiauual labor fot ii Then he asks of what use is it to educate a man to be a better because he is educated lie will not be ti farmet President Abbot contends that riiost nieii mis conceive the object of a college farm and agricultural Some think it is chiefly for the health it others the economy it and others the dexterity aridskill which proceecd But he says the great object is to retain habits of miuual appreciation of and o exaH it by adding to it the dignity of thought so that students will keep to it iii after The President says that practical andscientific agriculturalknowledge is mord rapidly advauciug than any jtlicr branch of In 1833 here were only six agricultural pa and now there arc over one hun Ired of these educators of the agricul ural weekly disseminating the record of the worlds progress in this In the same year there were only four agricultural societies ind now there are over two thousand in the United This rapid increase of knowledge demanded schools for a higher order of scientific education in this great department of he worlds Nothing can be n ore erroneous than the cry against nothing can be more practical than iAn agricultural1 education should be founded on a good of the sciences on which this Rreat field of iudustty philos ophy and botany enter into nearly all branches of profitable farming and other once thoroughly coupled with practical ex will make the successfurfarm er ground remains but practice changes from onegeueratioii to and is modified by by and by where the college builds on science and forgets not the it cannot be otherwisethan a and will go hand in hand with the advancing march of agricul tural Prim on No my be thanked person can say that I ever scan dalized any not even my worst no matter what he or she may do Ive had chance enough to if I had a mind as every one knows full Of living right here in the High street of the cant help seeing a great many queer things and our windows are open and the blinds shut in the summer I can hear them tob But I never re peat scorn to make I never lisp a except when I get hold of some like my that I know I can And if a tody isnt to open her mouth aniong jier own intimate why the world isnt worth living it But that isnt you I hate and abhor that just as much as you and T dont think any one can say I was ever of it in all my But as I said it isnt for want of the only last evening as ever who do you think I saw walking up by in the bright as brazen as you but Miss Lennox and Colonel Parke as sure as you sit in that chair and they were walking close and talking so confi dential i I suppose you know all about that disgraceful aflhir with the school No My you must really live h ark they have hewi writing a lot of anonymous letters to people here in and the Postmaster sus peered what was up ut and h just kept u quiet and ctiugh pome of them putting the letters dont know what Miss Clackett wil Expel I hope great girl like have no busiuuts to act so Tlwrcs Price going I sui pose has boon down to cheapen fowl or get a halfpenny or two take utf a joint of Shes the slingit lay dvar it would ivally inuk your heuvl ache to hoar of the way iiiuiiujCd ivml And there iier one of the richest tlic and folks do say thut he cant get a decent meal of victuals iii iis own Wouldnt What going Cnnt you stay any Wall do eonie again Very wont you Goodbye Thank she lias gone thought slie was going to stay ill I hearda nice story about tlie last iully she treats fill her servants Sup jpsp thiuks I know 1 night make mischief enough in her family if I JBut I abhor Methodism in Methodism was introduced into Aus raliii about sixty years ago by the iVesleyan In an annual conference was formed f the societies of with 82 and The church has now 6b airied d very strong foothold in the outhern and Methodists stand lighest in the list of Protestant denom uatious as to Last year the erritory was divided into four with a total membership f with 965 and 270 Besides this there are ourishing missionsin the Fiji r and other South Seti with a largo number of mem These foreign as they ire are now under the care of he Now South Wales and Queens iind which has just held second annual session at At this meeting it was resolvea to re pen the at Wallis some time and to open i new mission aLYork The eturus from the foreign missions of lie conference were as follows Impels and other preaching so oyBuhool nnday school on publie The statistics of the conference were 69 91 r81 church 6j464 attend Uts onpublic Samuel Wilkinson was elected resident for the coming is your name asked a 1 Your What thats what bothers Ill tell you and mabe you can aako My fatherwas Irish but snow naturalized American citizen uy mother and was born on i Dutch frigate in Turkish A stabbing affray occurred in a aloon in on the of Mason mtered the saloon of Charles and became Awe attempted ttf him when drew ii inflicted several severe ind but was speedily Awes injuris are of a severe and he may not A new suit under the recent act of the Legislature of New York has been against William Tweed to recover which was paid out under the Board of Audit of Some of the payments were the basis f the indictment on which Tweed was for which he is now under going An order of arrest ias been granted and bail fixed at A Motherly writing in the Christian declares that she fully agrees with any thoughtful wo who spares her boys the humiliation of wearing great round or angular when her own skill and a gen erous supply of pieces make the pants look almost us well as new She suggests that when pants need repair ing over the kueesi it is a good way to rip the seems side of the worn cut it and insert a new peice presssug it nicely before closing the seams Neither boy nor mai need be ashamed to wear garments neatly if it be necessary anci very girl should bo tonght my well is an essential part of domes tic The steamer which sailed from Hamburg for New York on the IQth of on reaching 40 27 west encountered tin iceberg 850 feet and covering in area of seven Alter getting safely past this the steamoi found itself confronted by a field ofko which seemed Naturally concluding that it would be more like ly to get around it by sailing soutl than the steamer went south Then the captain tried tlv dangerous experiment of forcing hi way through the which he iu taking several hours t get The ice in sight iron the Cimbria exceeded 500 square miles and the whole field was uudoubtedh larger than the Htito of New Jursj The pussage thriutuli the iceiield wii nuiile in the und tew of th passcujfers know anything ubout it uutil tukl it lhe uvxt Silent Washingtem never mtlde a In the xemth of his fame he once at tempted failed and gave it con fused In Constitution of the United tlie labor was almost wholly performed in the committee of the of which George Washington was chair man but he made two speeches the of a very few words The ac knowledged the master and his iorians affirm that had it not been is personal popularity and the thirty ivords of his first pronouncing t the best that could be united the Constitution would have been ie ected bythe ThomasJeffer son nevermade fie couldnt do whose executive abilities is almost a his greatest difficulty was iiifind ng men of deeds rather thfin words When asked how he maintained his nfluence over his superiorsJihi age and expeiience when conimanderinchief of an army he by re The greatest a man is not measured by the length of his speeches the STATE For Beform School investigation The Winnesheik county Limberger heese factory last Des Moines has a law suit result of a defective Carpenter by request of he sent bound copies of owa prison documents to the is lave a trial with of Prairie at Des Moines The Cedar Falls Gterffe says i A etter received by Spauldiug from Platt gives an encouraging re port of the prospects of the Iowa Pa Four suicide deaths in last and femporary insanity reportedto iave been tiie causein A woman living near Gliddeu took a lasge dose of arsenic the other day yith suicidal but aid was jrought and her plans Iowa City charges for wine nud beer license and has issued 44 licenses at these Muscatine charges and has 36 licensed sa Judge one of the old est and best known citizens of West ern and a former District Judge for five died at his residence at Council Bluffs last In Buena Vista a lyceum has just discussed the JBe That a wicked man goes to hell when he We shall await the decision with much The editor of the Bellevue Leader broke through the on while making a short cut for He was fortunate enough to get and finish his journey by roili The State Convention of meets in Des Moiies at Turner Hall April An unusuuUy large representation is The services will continue two i Albert of the Fort Dodge Messenger is again prostrate by a re turn of his old His physicians positively demand that he lay aside all labor for at least William an old and highly esteemed resident of West com mitted suicide on tjie morning of the by hanging himself to limb of a No cause cau be as John formerly a tiunei and hardware dealer in Monticello was arrested in El lust on a charge of forgery iu altering a note uiid taken back to Mouticello for ex Tho Herald states tint work on the Iowa Pacific Kailr will commence as soon as spring fairl opens and be pushed forward vigoi ously until This is ofheiu iuiornuilioii aud menus Eiglity thousand salmon from arrived nt the house in Antvmostt on the Were in fair though a fow had Imtchcd otit on account of tht delay on ihc Curing a recient Avind stdrrtl ic fire aWcpt down on Plumb Dawson burning dftttle ind IfoUseS in its dud man was so badly burned that he went craiiy and had to be cdnflned In It was only by a fortunate the wind that the entire town was saved from a Dodge cterit reports a One of his ady patients hud her teeth pulled for i temporary nnd a crop1 of eight new ones have the third which will beat lurti a Dentists may well growl at hard imcs when nature starts lin opposition of Story who mcl been afflicted for ft considerable eugth of time by an ovarian oncluded days since to have it emoved by a surgical of Indiana ably as performed the operation suc the patient lying tinder the ffecta of chloroform for overan The tumor weighed between fifty and ixty A live year old daughter of Robert nclei1 ten miles northeast of burned to death last Tha lareuts went to church leaving the wo young daughters at Dur ng tbe evening the drees of thi oungest caught The eldest tailed for n the burning hDd following her and the latter ran util the clothes burned from her when she fell and terrible A terrible railroad accident occur ed ouSunday mortting on Burlington and Missouri be weeu Albiaand Both the baggage aud one lasseuger cur were badly 3D conductor on the east nd and CH engrn er on the west bound were kill A number of the employes were eyerely None of the pass mgers were badly which is al nost a A telegraph operator u hot holding 2 going vas the cause of the A freshet in Floyd River carried away the Sioux City and Pacific Rail road 8tbi The river rose very rapidly during the owing to the recent heavy rains aud melting and completely flooded the val ley for twentyfive iniles eastj covering the Illinois Central track and washing it out in several placesi In the east ern part of the city many families were obliged to remove from their houses during the tbe water being in the bottoms about six feet Several bridges cross the river on the Sti Paul Road were Carried and trains on both those sides have been The Mis souri is rising James Lick the San Francisco has thought a second time of the immense bequests ho made last year for public and has voked the deeds of So act of ft private citizen voluntarily renouncing the bulk of his great while yefc in the full vigor of ever excit ed such universal interest as this which has now beeu The which was to be finer tjiaw any inlhe the Lick monuments to eminent the endowments of historical and learned societies aoui the innumerable benefits bis were to have power to conferi ajl been among the topics of the times and Lick himself has his vir tues celebrated wherever the English language is The reason giv en for the change in his plans the improvement of his the con viction that he had not done justice to his and the is probably a correct he coulij himself administer the estate more islactorily Hum uuy board of   

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