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   Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 21, 1875, Ackley, Iowa                                Kvory AT Karelin Iowa a AND KlUTOUS Terms of one one In advance oo six oi i oo Pno three In t isorUfI iit ortising rates niadu known on JrQl Worlc i and workmanlike Uivo us a GENERAL JT 7 llVy P With the modern i llrui ill iiiiiysMAKs Ooyle TJ rJ O H J All kinds of meat constantly on Highest cash price paid lor Hides and Country A long experience in this busmes Scallon in this busmess enables satisfaction in all us to insure CQU Hty o Court 187ft Circuit loth nnd 1875 MANUFACTURER OP TUB Chainpioa Riding M Ming Com Cultivators Have opened a market at the old stand oiUfnilroad where they will were ey w of their old friends new long experience war Hints m saying tlmt they are sure to please their cu to please their Cash paid for ana Country Will They Do Pew rcalijie the emniense for goocl or that Hies dor mant the Order of the Patrons of ooniin today contains over with inembershi p overone and a l 1 MlU ijuurier vast army is thoroughly officered working with comhinn nliiont J For and gorporation AND DEALER IN FaiwMachinery v ALSO AGENT FOK THE SHIMMERS Wholesale Jobbers and Retailers of o u Xe c t i o n e r y AND FANCY And Ketallers 1rcucli Kt 1 und 7 at 1rnyer inuutiiij on Tliiirsdiiy n niirt 7 Sabbath school nliitr AVetliiusUny uvu h ami 7 Sabbathpcliool nt Prayer ineiiUjig oii CATHOUCKOV Pytcr Survlccs on the and Sunday of ovenmnntl nt Pns nt 0 tor SaHmth Kehool nt 0 rruyerlueijthufaniUijccture eve Sheet Band Music Books and Musical McrchandiS ternis to Teachers and if Price mailed free Trains Oolng Daily Gloves and Creamand Fresh Fniitsiii their Ruths Square Brand Main S First Iowa 1 Jus mud w ie for a Butlte power anb influence consists not alone m its numerical alms houses grog gambling the filthy 4ck streets have not ajrejjresentative in its None of its members live in pakces none have offices in Wall Street none are railroad presidents none chase lolly at or fasMontat Paris Almost every member of this aKri culturulariny is a the owner a portion of the base of the prosperity of represents the res an tishody middle class bf this Its skirtsare not filthy with respectable larcenyof fashionable nor its whiskers Vhlte with the suckings of party It holds the very lives of the people in tlie hollow of its It controls t e flour barrel and the Let this Order wheatand corn withho d its wool and and IT STY J n r W STATE A party of Dubuque miners are prospecting for mineral in the Jead regions near new ExGovcuor Stone has made his home m where he will build a hanesome residence next suiu Storm Lake has 106 and population of Also 24 hols 25 S i engine and one Person female who cannot read and The Strawberry Press says Spec miens of the gold found in this vicinity were Dubuque to be properly and proved to be of supVrior from eighteen to twentytwo carats The followingpost Office changes Clilcano A jt Trains Dally Except Sunday Civicr f Fountain Loclfic Jiiooii of IJrethren lire eorilmlly invikil tivineet willi EASTKHN Iverv ijt nncl nfench ill Miisonfr are wmllally Invited to meet with Xo I o O K Jiuot in Thursday evening of each nl liielr Hall over Martin Visiting I wirdiiilly h Sec Cedar KallK MlnncHotn DAILY EXCEPT Trains Goliiff Arrive Jlona Goliiff Leave Jlona A1 Hardin of Brick done at rcasonablbj attention riven oio ornamental finishing of all kinrkf fc DEALEHS IN HOME and FOREIGN n11 tllc Principal cities of Eu made ntla remittances IF YOU ARE NORTH or SOUTH Scu that rend vjulho th if ft01 ll A lo frolu BUSINESS CARDS T Atlomoy at Jjiw and H hccond rdin Hardi 2 Trains Way trilhls of 10 AKK AS A IllATT HOBEinVAuTirney imil C Hardin County JMomI ntteiitinn luiiil to Iowa ami CnuiiMIlnr at JrS OIUco over Martin A A woHtofKlpley Attorney HIM Counsellor nt unite second door the iind chiy or nluht if 1 MW BolaiUf wivtfronimfl UrutHchef tllreo of the i 11 tlreo w duv or lo nil forms of Kr of w k done nt rens All ees 1 n 0ll lj ni Omce uvor Mejcrs Furnl M Mil S43 s aa s m 7 so 7 37 7 17 0 67 Ifi n fi il in 4 68 s as a iu 10 n is u x 10 io o fii 8 19 u ou H JI 8 2i 7 40 7 25 7 05 fi f2 I 2 fi 6 fll 6 1 II U 3 88 11 1 IWj 2 115 KEKBETT STBAIIIIOAT TIlHrsluilltowu SKARSBOKO I FIELD I SAINT 12 30 12 M 2 8 5U no 17 HO 11 a 04 15 17 fi 5 n 10 i 7 L7 7 OB 8 25 8 52 U 28 7 00 7 42 7 K 7 8 8 21 S 40 8 55 H 10 S4 9 55 10 OS 10 88 10 5S 11 10 n so 12 mi 1 1 is 2 10 2 SI In Screibers Feed Store Artifles S9J1 cheap for Come come charge nothing satisfying POKT FORGET THE EUpENE Practical Painter Iowfl An dmls Qf jn painting done with neatness and Special atten given to 6ivo him a tual and you cannot fail to bo suited Passporls obtained on sliort irtiii Faust ir WWA HilVA JXllCI in six loutlis the people fiom Portland to SanFrancisco will be starvinoand Here is a glimpse of the power of the Patrons of Now what does it propose to do about it If it was an brder of the poor aiifl iffno such as you might ralie lip in the large it would be almost sure to prove au unmitigated But the safety of thenation consists in the standing of its Should this order see toanswer the siieers and feed off1 their hard earned products anddlot the word retail out of their m twelve months the priu cipal streets in our cities wouldbe as lonely as tBut they dont propose to invoke Ihey want to better condi tion not by else but by ttiat nobody robs They lavn t eloped with fifteen h wlbm Ther have rebelled gain unconscionable profits on what they and unreasonable commissions on what they They dont believe that the man AVIO grain over to tho consumer should have the year daughter of a inan for whbni i r near and inarned her and suedthe Waverly Kepubhcan for libel because it showed by a formerwife from he had not yet been and was tried for bigamy and found guilty all of which events as they occurred from time to time have been mention ed in our been sent to the Auamosa penitentiary for four and now wean striped clothes and hews stone fora a former well known and former proprie or of the brick yard on came to the city on Ihursday to collect some mou ey due left on the evening rain for the for his H had evidently been spotted by some getting to Manchester lie wnlln ou ave e Crst and he wlufec sweut produced the crop nl 1 SUCC1CSSORS TO Pitttt DKALEJ1S luor luor liiUinit up in f Shop one Fntnuis1 W a t I o Rep aired J Mulu I in a workman ut uiy Mason at conneetB direcfly with train north lor all Minnesota points with tniiiieast for Mittreunr ami Milwmikti Train west leaves for Al Central for Sioux ritv Fort Dodge Cedar Waterloo Dnbniiue ie A Ky for Omaha Boono CVdiir c for Omnlm Moines Davennort and umulla EdrtyvilkwjVs for Kco und nil noinu wwt ami snuuli ruiuthed Keuknk Ibr all jiolnis Close ioiinutions are imulu at this puico witli bolh mall mid uivini a route to Louis anil Nmllierii AtchUoii Culifornia elf V j iJii t MANUFACTURERS and DEALER IN Bf ci a ij J5J Miulu of tho beet Oak tanned Horse Blank eta Nets Spurs Horn and Ivory Buffiv Jo Robes and everything usually kept in a firstclass Harness Buffalo Overcoats made to AU Wftrk Repairing noatly GJVE US A SUCCESSOJIS TO DEALERS IN PATENT TOJD2T DYE and The largest stock and lowest prices iu the Repairing done at reasonable Tliey nieiui further to cultkate intellectual and social learn somethinas well as earn some ihcy Imve much to do before they can reach the point where they can We as a are as intelli gent as tho and they are doing it We shouldnt be surprised m process of timethey should get stron and rich enough Give us a or tho IVotnvy Keal tute ana Oollection Ageut WUlmal6 Collectins and execute aU kinds of legal Also Agent For C0 ilui nuii enouru so they can afford to for a rest to the and make it hot for the It wouldnt be stranoe if they should becoiue so inquisitive and impertinent as to ask tho grciu ruling class what becomes of the ttixe they should one ot4hese take themselves thodirty job of cleaning out tho official s stables about our national aiulstute none hut rascals would Prairie Fanner Agency of New A slmre of the public patronage NEW GOODS 4 Paper earcfully compouudcd at all of thudiiy ur Main i i has received a large stock of Spring aud Summer The latest novel ties of the consisting of Tr T T w r AMER ICAN Shop a fow doors of Car lon A Cos llailnuid Cuttiiig AUrayjm a There was a serious stabiugb aftray OP the steamboat vesterdav shortly after the boat left Hefier at this point had occasion to order a roustabout named John to perform some and the man not movino as quickly as the mate the mate made some demonstration tow McMahon drew his knife an ordinary pocket and stabbed Wetter in the left between the inflicting a very dangerous wound McMahou was locked up in one of the rooms of tho boat and when she landed at this warf he was turned over to tho authorities Hefier secured sm gical being taken to elch s boarding His wound is considered of so dangerous a charact er by the surgeons who attend that the examination of McMahon is posrboiied uuhl 22d Meanwhile he will be couhiied in jail The captain of boat informs us e o Ijometwo iles dufati When about half way and lonely he pounced upon by threemen who had Wait and bbedof over the amount he had col lected that He was gagged and bound hand and aud tlten the vilhans They made abie Duluque Charles a young man living m this township had the misfortune to lose a valuable team last Friday by a Mr Rider was at Sawyers and had hitched his team with the harness on in the While at dinner the roof of bawyers house caught and 0 HUUSO caugnt and and considerable effort was necessary to save the A strouowiml was blowing ut the which carried Bpnrks to the which was a hay and before it was noticed tho hrc had so gamed aich headway that it was impossible to rescue the Rider is a worthy and bis circumstances is such as to render hia loss a serious Lake Barton the Storm Lake Bank who suddenly left for parts uu knowu last fall returned t Storm Lake on Wednesday last accompanied by an officer Thursday morning was taken to Sioux Rapids where the Mistrict iu Three indictments had been returned against by Grand Judge Pendle ton of Sioux and John BUI It was found impose tiy the cases at this term of and bail was fixed at hat the report mtho the mate used a stake on tlu not that lL Up to the present writing this has not been Since living Storm the bunker has spent 2n AM time k tlie pally at and at the firne of Ins arrest was in about threa miles from that in charge of a tram bbuuud for the Black soon us tlio Goveamnent prohibitiout was Re cjaimatjiat he his plans laid for unikiug money v nml if tt 4mu iuf ujtuuug money very aud that ifc was his amf flit inn niw nimvAAnA rf i Five confliigrtttions were recorded in lie interOcean of May 6th as the day previous at Grand Haven Mich Terra aud Ciu lu i bitiou and purpose tp return to Lake aud liquidate every against Wehad an iuterview wtth the officer wlw urreap also states that Barffr making a ibrtuuept a very good opinion that with hint Phe officer about Barton waukee and oth1 in his possession is all been   

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