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   Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 22, 1875, Ackley, Iowa                             OCTOBER 34 THE FUUUS11BD PKII5AY AT UARIJIN BARNARD EDITORS AND Terms of One one In One nix in advance One three In advance 60 OFFICE tn Independent Rullroad opposite Acldey BiulnMt and professional nurds of live Hues or per ycur each nrldltlonat Hue notices inserted nt legal Advertising rate tnade known on Woilv ol all kinds executed In neat and workmanlike and at reasonable Give us a BUSINESS A This Iloiiw IIIIH enlarged and fitted up will all tin modern im Two Sample Itooma on first rce Bus to and from all REVERE M Free Bus to and from all Washington and Jasper First class Newly furnished Commodious Sample Rooms for Commercial Good Oldest Drug House LARGEST STOCK 1 GENERAL County Jol Frank of WISCONSIN Slain This Houve has recently been refitted and newly anrt oilers the best accommodations to the trav eling public at very reasonable Merchant Merchant H us on hand a large and well se id Block of lintGlum piece Consisting of English and American Shop opposite the City GEORGE tin1 Transfer Is nlways hand to transfer ROBERTS Brick Court District Court Jlith and Circuit Court 15th and Corporation JOHN COUNCILS Frank Church W Vaster Preach ing at 11 and 7 Sabbath school at 2A Irayer meeting on Thursday Preaching at 11 and 7 Sabbath school at Prayer meeting on Wednusday eve ning Trenching at 10 and 7 Sabbath school 2 Prayer meeting on Wednesday 1eter Services on and Sunday of every month at V aud Christian doctrinal school and Vespers at 2 BT JOHNS Pas lor Princliingatio SaMiatli School at 9 n ud packages of nil kinds to any part of the city nt reasonable Is prepared to tmnnfer Household and other with and at moderate Give me a satisfaction guar T Licensed Hales nt tended to in nny part of Uiu lieltig also a practical Horse he will undertake any case that hu muy be fuvored filmnipootiiug aud Hair Cutting done up In the best styles or the art Shop one door west of Francis Proprietor of ACKLEY MACHINE WORKS Steam Engines made and Machinery for Mills made or repaired on short Also all kinds of Farm Machinery A tire occurred at Cedar Kapids AVhalc administered in doses of a teaspoonful or is said to be an excellent remedy for croupi Hollanders are expected to locate in the northwestern part of this upon u tract of land they have Andtha nightshall be filled with And thieves that intent the day Shall pack up their traps like Avia carry the spoons Longfellow paraphrased to suit the Swing of Chicago is opposed to reading the Bible in public schools thinking that valuable moral results can never come from reading a few verses hurriedly in a Among the items of business trans acted at the Synod of Iowa North in its meeting at Sioux was an agreement of denominational comity between the Presbyterians and the Congiegatipnalists of by which they will hereafter work together in Clocks Civic M meetings of Kountabn Lodge No it Monday on or before mil moon of each Work every Monday Brethren are aordlally invited to meet with E meets every 1st aud 3d Wednesday of each at Masonic Members are cordially invited to meet with iw mwt un Iliur5lajf Kvuniug of each ut their Hall ovnr Martin Vltititfg brothers oncordially HKNKY BENJAMIN Watches and Clocks repaired In a workmanlike uianucr at my shop on Main Bank m mm sra FLOUW Will deliver Flour Feed cind Bran to any part of the City of establishing and building up new FARMKH3 EXCHANGE NOYVS President E Cashier Trans acts a general Hanking Collections made a Commercial Paper bought and Correspondents Union National Son Steamboat FOWLER And Wholesale Dealers in Foreimi and Domestic Dried and Pure Cider Orders by mail will receive prompt atten tion jand satisfaction BUSINESS ti Attorney and Counsellor at Hardin also Court Commissioner for JH Attorney at Law and Collection IligginB second i Attorney and Couimullpr lo i Fausts Hardware at Othco over Martin i PRATT Attorney and Counsel Hardin Prompt attention paid to Attorney and Will practice in allthu court8 of Renl Esti Ciillectioiih a LID and Insurance Remittances made Notary Notary Public and Oilice in Agricultural PRACTICAL All kludu of plain aud orna mental painting done with neatness and dispatch Special attention given to Give him trial and you cannot fail to bo Time Tuble Trains Coins Dally Except Ackley v st iM M v a ftJfi A x A M p M Chicago M p M Ji Going Dally Kxcniit Ackley p i AM AM Ft Dodge p M A M S v M Sioux City Ceilnr 1alls Mlnnesiitn DAILY EXCEPT Trains Ooinfi 18 10 Leave Ackley IM Ccdrfr Kalis June P M M Arrive MOua Trains Ooiitff 15 17 Leave Mona A M r M Cedar Foils r Arrive Ackley A M 2f As an illustration of the fixed routes of trade and it is worthy ol note thatthe mortgages on five north and south Iowa railroads have beer and they will probably bt sold The roads are the Daven port the Cedar Rapids the Burlingto the Clinton and Dubuqui in all over mile of running through a very fertil section of Successor to Real Estate and Collection Will make Collections and Execute all kinds of Legal Also Agent For Insurance of Capital UJld Hartford Iiihiirancc of Hartford Cap itnl anil Continental Insurance of New Capital and Underwriters Agency of New Capital and A share of the public patronage Carton THE FOUR he News as Reportedby Their Respective Butler And Orandy From the Eldora TheJJrttversalist Church at Steam joat Bock has just swung its bell n the of toseph of in Marshall aged 63 of Jack on are ready to leave for New York where their residence will be Charles the new Superin sndent of the Reform arrived icre with his family vife andthree Dn of amputated a for Prescott a young man who fell into the horse power of threshing May trom whose person was taken a 20 pound tuirior died soon after the Her iuneral at Union was the largest seen n the c todthefinlaw of rfohn of dldd quite recently at the ftdviniJ She was a lady Htt Bigh by her throtigh out this regidil George toany our readers will rettember two months sinJe faken W the asylum at InddpenScnce put in an in town one day apparently as sound in mind us ho ever has been since known inthesejpartsr Press The Aelcley Entcrprite how nfalwh Barnard Urovand is more than Cbm 4 Hillol The Ackley Enterprttt has Courtrlght givin ard From the Union The wood work is about completed on the new school house now have bus from the depot toany part of the and free to the Driscofl Felix Pool went Monday morning to Grant to stay the winter and perhaps permaf Lewis will go to and if he finds a favorable location will Otherwise be will proceed to by to Barn How are Couttrlght has sold thd AckleV Enterprua to Barnard formerly of Cedar Court right has made good and hope hist successors may do as welLrAlden SOLD has mads the Ackley Enterprise cuch a fine has sold that paper to late of the Cedar Qaxltc i Barnard higltly spoken of as avoUngmaQoflntelHgeace ana Uounty s j hisAekley Julia Palmeterrwell knSm and excellent youngmen AndVpoueMiOnergy and to Frank Bafhaxd and Ws I It will be remembered fonntrly did Shell Rock firm name of 1 f gentlemen enablea us to say men of sterllni people of Ackley Here is our vityz PKISTOl making such a sucebA has sold out to graduate Cedar Kails Oatcttt Barnard is a young man of merit and who will publish a UvB BepubUcan paper welpome of Iowa is estimatec Some idea the imineiisity of this may be gathered ihat jt men twenty days to pick an crib the Transported upon it would make a train miles or space nearly across the con Made into whiskey it would float the United States or make every woman and child upon the face of the earth It makes fat fat fat fat and fat From Oie Clarksvllle of is very Bartlett has succeeded Glenji in nieat Frank and B B an infiucntlal and announce thei in ft wellwritten The arc assured of the good friends in Ciu VQED has sold the Ackley JSiitcrptitt to Barnard is well esd county as the former eflltor SheltEbtlc1 Frank a the Chang itwas uuujoEeme k AND CENTRAL RAILROAD OF AR RIVET Going iKiproil DR 1hjBician and EEimCHKR Homeopathic Physician ie in John Hoyers on 1st falla promptly attended to at all hours of day or I Ueutselief Office over Francis1 Calls pramplly attended day or Particulai attention given to all forms of Chronic R All kinds of work done at rsueonablB 1 come to Ackley with Sthe intention of uiak IQE it Biy and would be pleased to have n give me a OBice over Meyers Furni ivire fl 25 t 49 8 18 5 00 7 40 7 20 7 13 7 18 6 W 6 16 5 48 6 31 6 19 6 00 868 825 2 40 2 10 1 30 Real Estate EB Justice of UIB Real EnlaU and Collection aud General Con T Justice of the Convey and Collection Also Agent the LUa aud Fire lusvufrnce Iowa 9 30 8 8 28 8 12 7 65 7 43 7 82 G 60 6 41 30 60S 6 52 5 38 5 20 4 3 4 10 3 41 8 ID 2 46 Joins Nortltwood ItaCKWELL JUAlIN llAMlTOli GENEVA FAULKXHU 15 00 27 4 13 59 5 18 6 45 7 18 7 48 8 12 8 31 8 1C ABBOTT ELDORA 38 6 02 6 15 6 40 6 M 7 00 7 08 9 15 10 02 10 32 10 17 11 04 11 26 Martthulltowu Grinnell SEillbllOKO 58 9 O 9 63 10 30 1 03 1 38 2 TO 2 111 COAL FIELD Si Real Estate IS HOME and FOREIGN Sight Drafts on all the principal cities of Eu ritiHiiie Tickets to and from Europe bvsafest existing at lowest CliiiuiB nuil Estates in Europe collected and ulluctlon a and remittances made at current rates of Notary 1ubliu unit Passage Tickets for the following lines of Hremen and Hamburg Red Ameri State White and Anchor Passports obtained on short Aolcloy The Webster City Argus tells how a hunt was organized by some of the good citizens of that to cap ture a bear that had been taking a free lunch on the neighboring farmers but the instead of capturing ran across a small animal noted for the strength of its and dispersed without cere It is noticeable says the that some of our best citizens appear well in bran new who were never before known to have a whole new suit at the game timej aud our clothiers are in the best good but you cannot find a man that will acknowledge he was at the bear DEALER IN Musical Instruments Sheet Band Music and Musical Special terms to Teachers and the Catalogue and Price List mailed free on Mason Express arrivinf at connects directly with train uortS for all Minnesota with train east for Charles McGregor and Traiu west leaves for Clear Lake Al Central for Sioux Fort Dodge Cedar Cedar Ka Qrinnel Ry for AC 4 for Omaha Den Mollies UaTcuiVort and Eddy Dw f and all points for Omaha Den or Keo T Fire and Life ColltC J and LAND and Notary Krkertiburi Butler Taxes AbBDcfreW of IWe bought and Tlesl nd Houth reached 4 for all poima Kaal West close connections art made atthl place witu both mail and Kipieue givin puawcgere a continuoui route u Uiuin an Southern CitiM a Kaucaa P Ikt Dealer in all kinds of Keeps constantly on hand the The Largest Stock of Furniture Of every variety aud A 6ood supply of Caffim constantly on irivsitclusfci He arise will be furnished to any part of the city or coun Anything fiitruattta to Uiy will be prompUy attended Commenting upon the Waverly Republican being changed to an eight column the ClarksvHle Stqr has the following which is so applicable to all sections that we give place to it in our columns The fact there is hardly a paper m Northern Iowa that is not larger thuu the publishers caii Those who arc not have but little idea of the expense of running a country idea entertained by a great that a country paper can Afford to give as large n sheet as the city for the same ia very erroneous The city weekly is nmde up from the and but Jjttle additional expense is wjiijo they get more than thriblo the for advertising that can be scure4 by the country press hence the low There is paper in the State that could run six depending alone on price of the paper for its support News conies from Washington tha the purchase of silver is stopped on account of high anci that the operation of resumption will probably be postponed until meeting o yuen the Sdcretary wUI ask a uiooigcation of the act surprise is excited by this last phase of th In awtKipated by itwas long ago blook is past the first Grandma three miles f this died Thursdy Mitchell has been appointed resident of the Ladies Temperance Juion for this Old of West was ry low on Tuesday of ifeyer iued with old Champluin left a sample of jrolific corn at our office Dhe stock contains seven well matured This boy plan a gill ofseedj lud will harvest thirty bushels from Kephart has the foundation aid for a new wagoii factoiy on the corner opposite David The niilding will be two stories The lower floor will be used for the the upper for finishing off In addition to he will at once erect a blacksmith shop on the south of the 1 Jrf f From The Bholl Rock Eddie Young brought to our office a 12 and a iurnip weighing 7 How js Jiat for gardfen productions ApplicatiDn has teen made lo the for the pardon of James Siittbn now confined in the Penitentiary of under a sentence of the district court of Butjer for the crime of Quite an audience assembled to hear a lecture from M Robins an accomplished young lawyer from Piyou iowever to aud who has piloted it to has disposed of thepaper to who will hereafter run the Eiiterprite in the good Sorry Orlando from the ranflif but scon assure Aekleyites they will sMa have home paper undcrtthAuroGLme of the JJciinigiSfffe yi i The Ackley sold by 1 Courtright to and Ch retiring on account his i editorn acknowledge fealty to the grand oWi Republican so long the of thpjcat believing that in the future as In the its ascendency Ji essential to the i and promises ta come and upon tjiel ujem bersofthe to the gxejcises were pe s fyll fouch Eddie fpllowed by by Qrvijle Jone deserves It was rjgjit to tfee Interest in that paper to F ofa Cedar Falls rienccin the newspaper business short he has conducted wyft ably hat he has reflected npon himsplfa deal of To the hew managers we to them ourhand of and trusting they may find Ackley just the the newspaper The Ackley Eiiterpriie has been sold by M n Courtright to and i mer retiring on account Qf his new editors acknowledge the Republican so long tlie bulwark of thu Ing that ip the future V ency is essential the and to local Is the1 way to waa formerly aftenvard publisher and editor of the He knows how to make a goodpaper and will do Success to thtj boys flccefe The Supreme Courtof decides that if the misrepresentation to when youinsure your is The only you can in the you are insured Bjust SHir confidence tlie agents n account of the extreme raftty o instances in which life insurance agents have in any degree from the the w unquiefthe mind of j J tnvntoeted Business thri retiring aiid modest from the Franklin Olbck possessjoo Jsf his new hotel at on jt ppejjs brisk with A huge weighing seventy two grown by Asa Wright of Hamilton is on exhibition at our tickets was about tlie num ber printed the use of the voters of the county or very near fprty for each voter the station agent at Geneva the other day had the misfortune to either loose or have stolen from him a pocket book contain ing some Parties drawing premiums at the fair last week can get their cashby calling OB at SByder s boot and shoe Ope Vintou cow by another jiada little to a small of Juicy ooce proceeded to to the code of Loujs tious and the cow i pf her r the A editoi his depleted try taken m The villainous x opportunity to pay up aJoflg set it Pwtr tiwe boy hwj been fifty cents a day from The Methodists hve just that reckless contracting of is disastrous to the Quite   

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