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   Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 15, 1875, Ackley, Iowa                             i OCTOBER 33 THE PUBLIKHEt KVERY AT IIA1U1IN BARNARD KD1TOKS AKD BUSINESS Terms of One one In One six in One three In 60 OmcE In tndfiiclidRut Kullroad opposite AcUley lluslncus and prolfemlanut cards of five Hues or per year oftcli additional lliie Legal notices liimrtcil at legal Advertising rates mule known on Jol ot all kinds executed in a neat aud workmanlike aud at reasonable Giveus n GENERAL County Job Frank ACKLEY Ihla House has recently been enlarged and fitted up with all the modern im Two Sample Rooms on Urst Free llus to and irorn aal REVERE Kree Hun to and from all NELSON IjrCorner Waalilngton and First class Newly furnished Commodious Sample Rooms for Commercial Oood Merchant Merchant Has on hand a large and well lected stock of Irstelftss piece goods Conslsiln of English ond American Shun opposite the City Oldest Drug House LARGEST STOCK The Univergalist Church at Steam boat is to be dedicated The Budhist Bible may be safely called ii heavy weighs over a Bishop of is said to one of the beat pulpit orators iu the United IP T VM A r lj I of tlie Transfer Is always on hand to transfer baggage and pncknftos of all kinds to any part of the city at reasonutile Court District Court 12th and Circuit Court 15th and Corporation ENSIUN BUHK J JUN HATH r HOLUSUKK Frank Church W Ircunh ut 11 and 7 Sabbath school ui Iniyer meeting on Thursday Ilvacrhlii at 11 and 7 Snbbulli sclvwl Prayer meeting on Wednesday tjve nt 10 and 7 Sabbath schiiol i Prayer meeting on WodnosUuy Ictcr un lliv uiul Sundiiy of every innnlb lit 9 uid ChrUlittu doctrinal Hchuol und Visapersirt a JOHNS Piis 10 SaibiuhSchool st u Pniyer meeting und Friday eve Is prepared to transfer Household and other with nnd at moderate Give me a satlHlaclion guar ROBERTS Brick Drug T Licensed attended 10 In any part of tlic Being also a practical Horse he will undertake any cose that he may be favored Il JLj ShampoutiinK and Hair Outtlnir done up in the bust stylus of tin art Shop one door west of Francis1 Clocks Re BENJAMIN WiUelicB and repaired In a workmanlike manner at my shop on Main Civic moctliiBt of Fountain 21S Mondiiy on or before full iraoon of each Work cvtry MoiKluy liKthreu are cordially luvlUd Iu inivl tvlili EASTERN muits every 1st aud id Wednesday of iiHCh Ht Members uru fordlully inviwd to with Lodge un Thursday tiwuini of euoh at their Hail over Martin YUUIrtK brothers jure cordially IllMil Y FARMKHR EXCHANGE Ireeldent E Ouhleri trans a general UanUins iiinde a Lominordnl Paper bought und Union Niitiunnl Son t Steamboat KOWLEK FOWLER And Wholesale Pralers in Foriljtn and Domestic Drlid and 1urc Cider Orders by mall will receive prompt utten tlonjnnd satisfaction Twentyseven instructors of the young attended the Normal School iu Gruudy Portugal will be likely to wnnt bushels of our there being a deficit of that amount in their A Dubuque brewer sold 899 barrels THE FOUR The News as Reported by Their Respective Butler and Grundy of beer last of thirsty What a number souls that must have JOHN BEYER Architects us will re All orders left with prompt Plans and specifications Satisfaction Time Uolni Dally Ackley Dtiuuqu CUlcuKo A M T M A M i M MO M MO AM t M IM it Dully Gohtff Acklty r M It Undjo M Blouraty Cedar Fullx Allnneiinln A M p M A Ji n 8 IM BUSINESS i Attorney and Counsellor at 1 Hardln alao Court Conunissioner for AUorney at Law and Collection llifttfins second Hardln Attoniiiy and Counsellor Ti at Otllco over Martin Fausts Hardware i PKATf Attorney and Counsel ui lliirdin Irompt iiUxiiulon paid to i Attorney and Will practice iu all the of Henl Vstatis and Insurance Cullertioiu and UemiUiiucea DAILY EXCEPT Going 18 10 Ackley p Cedur Falls June r Arrive iloiju I M Going in 17 Ioiive Mona A M iM CmUr Kill In r M Arrive Acklcy A i I will loan ou approved real estate for a term of five For particulars apply fo me in person or by at or to Carton OTL in Lciiuer The Bninclt case is to be reopened on application of General who is sure of a reversal of the former Persons setting prairie fires may be interested in knowing that the law makes ifa misdemeanor to allow such fire to escape from their punish able with fine and K her iff Billys daughter received the premium offered by the Gruudy Couuty Agricultural for the best looking lady under 30 years of attending the county fair this Cedar Falls man hadhis shirt the other and now goes around with coat buttoned up close under his chin and teeth chatter ing like ii pair of We pity that thief if Alden A few more numbers ends the second year of the Robbing is attending the at Chicago of the American Board of Foreign Fifteen buildings have been built in Alden this aud a half dozen more will be completed before snow Harrison Cole has purchased Staggs carpenter shop moved it onto the corner lot opposite Pritchards residence aud is fitting it up for a GENERAL IF YOU ARE GOING NORTH or SOUTH Sew that your Tickets road via the rtiipldsuml MitiNLsotu f Passenger Trains Each Way Will deliver Feed and Bran to any part of the City free of iopzie A butcher by the name of nnd of borrowed about In small from under the plea of going to where they drew from the and went Farmers in Dubuqup county are alarmed at the spread of a hog disease which commenced in Clinton and and is spreading into neighboring counties Only fat hogs are breaking out iu loathsome aud in a few hours Notary Notary IuWle and Utllce in Kcmmerers Agriuuliurul Wiwu 1 PKACTICAt All kinds of plain and trna iviautiil puiiiVing dona with and dltpatch Hiwiiul altenlion given to Ulvo lilm trial and you Tail to be Physician and I VON Botanic and OUiws over Franaik1 Culls promptly attended day or rarllcuuu lUtcntkm given to all forms of Chronic DEUTSOHEK Ilomeoputhic Physician graduaiad In oilers his services to the peo ple of Ackley and doctor makes a diHuises of the and all kinds of Office iu Meyers iVriiHure where thu doctor ean fouud day or night If not Connecting with trains of the Central at Ce dur iolng north and Going south and Palace plceping owned and operated by this lino accompany all night CENTRAL RAILROAD OF In effect 9 o 19 5 IS 8 00 7 40 7 261 7 13l 7 13 6 l9r e 6 48 9 3U 8 51 8 S 5 12 7 55 7 13 7 SJ 6 60 6 11 6 30 6 05 I 6 5J 311 1Jj S 38 5 00 5 20 4 39 I 10 3 41 S bH 3 25 2 40 2 10 1 SO Xorthwooil ItAtllTON liuci UMUN MTU 31 V iuni DR kinds All ds of work done at reasonable 1 have come to Ackley with the inteniion of muk Inx Ii my and would be pleased to have you give mo a Ofllce over iluyera Furni iuru Real Estate 3 IU 2 45 h i I t Si 3 15 4 00 4 27 4 SO 5 13 5 29 5 88 6 ti 0 15 6 40 6 61 7 OJ 7 50 8 8 M S 9 M 10 24 6 Jfi 7 IS 7 ti 12 8 SI 8 4P 9 09 9 0 4f 10 02 in 10 17 11 04 U 25 30 1 Oi 1 38 2 2 51 rupftal Cap 5 Successor to Notary Heal EiMe und Collvetion IT ill make Collections and Execute all kinds of Legal Also Agent For Etna Insurance of Conn und Hartford Insurance of Hartford ital and SMI Contincntnl Insurance of fapluil und Underwriters Agency of New Capital nnd A share of tho public patronage Carton AND Real Estate Jurors for Circuit Butler to be in attend ance are as follows Joseph Cyrus Duncan From the Kldora A force is at work laying the new side track at Steamboat J D is going to remove with his family to next Fuller has bought out Reuilards interest iu the restaurant aud the firm name is At the Gibba by of aud Miss Maggie Leverton of a young man working at the new was driving ou a steel Saturday when a piece flew into his destroy ing the sight Hallock got his hand in the cog wheels of a force pump used at the coal aud Underwood helped him along by cutting off the middle finger for The which has prevailed in town for some has not an estimable lady of 38 died leaving her husband and two Last the promising daughter of aged 11 was taken off FromTho Burton invested in a fine new while in We regret to learn that Nor of lies very low with lung The threatened eruption which has been brewing in family of Peet for came to a focus yester by Peet taking the children ancl going to her fi i Midi in If half the public have be she would have been justifiable in this years S JnsUce of the Ueul Ehtate Collection and General Cou AT Justice of Uie Convey uid Collection Albo Agent tor nsverul of tbe bctt Life uua FLre yirtund Lifu Collec Mason arrivins at eonneiHs direiUy tritin nortli for all Minnesota points with train lor McfJrciior anil Train west leaves for Clear Ackley Central for Kioux Fort llodgc Cedar Ry for Cedar 4 for Dea IJavenport and for Kuo aud all points taet and souili reachud for all Eooi and tonuictions are losle at this placo with both mail and tome w H03JE and Klyrlit on all tho principal citcs of En iHssivure Tickets to and 1roia Europo liy safest existing ut lowest Claims uiul listitles hi Europe collected and ollcotion si and rciuittances made nt current rates of exchange NoUlry Iublltt uml Passage Tickets for tlie following linen of lireniun and llaraburi Ked Ameri State White and Author Passports obtained onthort Tac Dubuque Times puts it this way Why is it thus Poor and hungry Singer bought a plate of beans with the lust cent he From that moment he began to get A few ago a Farley young man on his way through this bought a plutc ot beans with the fast cent he and now he languishes iu our city editor of the Peni in a recent speech ut Lake on the properfunctions introducod and advoca ted un idoa new to of State or national Pifoisays fie showed that scuie of the govern juenUof Europe insured the property of thrir collecting only so much insurance tax was necessary to ewer the The speaker claimid ihut plan wsw feasible in and that it would give cheap and reliable insuranco to stop at Why not have the government a ganjial super vision of all both public and private The millenium would then be Public Examination On Sunday morning the family of Laura more particular astonished by the discovery that during the night some miserable sneaking person had entered the house aud shorn the eldest daughter of her iine head of hair while she was That the perpetrator of this sneaking theft was some one well ac quainted with the is very evi and knew that the and wife were away from home at the All the doors of the house were securely aud the only evidence that the deed was committed by is that the mnsquitoe bar on one of the front windows had been tornloose at the bottom aud the window was not The family have their sus md the thief may yet come to Schuyler Colfax lectures on Lincoln for the Odd Fellows of on the 2d of February It is the opinion of the Boston J2er ald that most platforms are nothing A letter passed through the Waverly the other directed to Dry Bremer It was forwarded to In several localities in Southern Illinois the schools have been closad on account of The educational system is shaken to its of Ft Dodge is building a green sixtyfive feet for the purpose of prop ogatiug plants and He who uses a threecent stamp where a two would suffice does some thing toward wiping out the national and is entitled to his countrys The agricultural editor ofthe Slate Register says it was a farmer in New York who discovered That there was nothing sure iu farming Francis Murphey a reformed ard and eloquent temperance from delivered a series of lec turs last at Wilton where he formed a club of 500 mem The Lake City has Among the young lady teachers present at the late Institute was a Miss from Greenfield She rode 25 miles without a saddle to and did it A child of Peter Coopers of was killed last by mistake of a Fritz put in a prescription for whooping cough ninetyfour grains of morphine instead of one and a half drachms chloral Andrew of Goose Louisa is a buxom lady of about 300 and rejoices in a full set of black and about three inches and with a mustache which many of our finehaired young men would bo proud A lady leaving one of the summer resort hotels last week was charged for an entire china only one piece of which she had She paid the and pleading the ex cuse of having forgotten returned to the room and broke and every article of the set for which she had And some people say women are not Brick is a great absorbent of moist uro and this quality is one which may be made of great benefit to farmers this Persons who have tried it state that if dry bricks be placed in bins of wet they will absorb all Only A Attention Farmers r HESKKS nnd Luu louec paweDRers continuous inmc w WJUIB nun LASU and Notary Southern Citkw Tax nf Title LiuuUi bouubt County JtiyvliiuiU ituoUwl Ht KuHNUi Culili Supl i Tki Agt The liavjng purchased Pattees WaixhousC at will pay tho H2QHE3T CASH PRICE for ALL KINDS OF Fanners will lime and mouey by i OFFICE OK ScrERiNTENDi I I Public Examinations ot Teachers expecting to teach iu Gruudy for certificates will be held as follows and at Uw School House near John Dixons Failfield Grundy and ut School House Beaver and at Grundy and at tuo School House near Hughs Nu Felix i Pie came walking a bundle of clothes and an odor of ard and worn with rheumatic and the blooms of roses upon his Ou the wastepaper basket he took a aud the table embellished he with his He sat on genius without it got all the pressing twill ever still dowrj jn thfc basket he till he lit on a pin that was slightly Without de lay he rose from his git aud talked profane hiatpry a Httle bit then down stairs went my improvised with the toe of my boot on his gable Kiutlly I helped him four steps at a till he revolved on solid He shook his fist at our suuetnm and made a few demonstrations Then with his clothes and odor of the tramp went out as he didnt come the moisture of the grain and do away with the necessity of shoveling it Lime stone will answer the same pur although its absorbing quality Is hardly as great as that of The Regiater recounts a reunion in cidcut which illustrates the character of our It says Thursday as the President was riding down Walnut he saw an old soldier whom he recognized He bad his carriage stopped aud Did you not belong to the Second Iowa11 said the then grasping his I I remembered your The man was a private in the but tho soldier President remembers the bravo boys that fought under whatever their Mr of Clayton took effectual measures towards stopping this epidemic of horsesteal He heard a noise about his and going out caught a drol mounting a fine pony which with saddle ami lie had just taken from the drew a bead on the shootjng him through the hat tjie time he was more putting a ball into his The scoundrel yelled but An eastern exchange slanders Iowa in this manner It A clergy man iu Iowa stood his door alid warned a donation party that the first one who entered his gate wouli be a cleai Ho said it was bat euniih like rmlthis iu bcaus i hiiviui uU raanaged to pick himself up and get leaving his hat with two bullet holes in and a loody handkerchief ou the said a coking the panic will have preventing You hat man just going ias a and he eays that U i will pay him that he can pay some one in other that if each man will pay what fed the others ean and thftt under rules of political the thing will travel ftrounti in a But he didnt that the thing must have a bottqw or the circle a You owe but the trouble w nobody owes acd that breaks and the broken circle liiakec a I am the   

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