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   Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1875, Ackley, Iowa                             OCTOBER 35 THE IUBLimiBIi EVEftY FKlfcAY AT HAFID1N IOWA BARNARD EDITORS AND Terms of One one in advance OHO In Advance Cue thrve In advance 50 OKFIUB In Independent Kuilrond opposite Acklcy Busluiws Mid pvoiteisimm of live lines or tfir yenr uacli nddUlunul line Lognl notices Inserted at legal Advertising rates inada known on ot all kinds executed In a neat nnd workmanlike und at reasonable Give us n GENERAL County Job Prank of District Court Mny nnd Circuit Court Vilth and Corporation ENSIGN RATH UULUNUKU Frank Church Proichiut 10 nnd 7 Sabbath Kehool ut i Traycr xiuetlni oa Wednesday Peter Kervlces on tlc and Sundav o every month at J aud Christian doclrtuul sehool and at 2 Jousa PrfOictiluu nt School at 9 Prayer Icccturft Friday uvo Civic KuRUhir meetings of Fountclii I odjje Hi i Mundfty on or bslure lull of Work overy Holiday liutluvu arn oordiaiiy invited to meet Ultu every lit WcdiiBSja oleneh at Metiibeis uro cordially ItiTiled to uuot wlta Lodge isiert on Thuriidac iiveniiiK of eiieh at their Hull over VUitinK bruthers are oordially liENKY BUS IX ESS nuiw Attorneys 1 Attorney and Counsellor at also b Court Cumuiishione for uncl Counsellor Ofliee over Martii iB Hardware PRATT Attorney and Counsel Iowa apt attention paid to S at am1 ufQue in second stiry of tin M Will prai in ai the fetate and Federal Atluruey and Counsellor Will practice In all of Real and Insurance Aijtiut CVilliMtioiis and Kemluauceii mild Notary Notary Public Conveyancer OolCtf lu Kcuiiuorcrs Agricultura PAIYTEft All kinds of plain and orim mentbl paiiiting done with neatiiCbS and dispatol attention Riven to Oive hlia trial and you cannot fall to be I rhysiciau and Surjeon DEtTSCUEK K Homtopalhic Physician loivt ptfice In John lloyern on 1st Avenue CallM promptly attended to at all hours of the day or PVON Botanic Phytician and Onutsolier Arxt Qftice over Franclt Culls proiaptly attended day o fartlculai giveu to all forms o Chronic Al I of work done at reasonable lavs ouiue to Acklcv with the intention of male tag It iny and would be pleased to hav you give mo a Ofllce over Meyers Furni tare Real Estate Tj1 B Justicii of the Heal and Cullectlon aud Ueaeral Cou i far T of the Convc OJJil Collection oevtral of the befit Life auu Fire lusuiaac J Fire uivl Lifu tXillec LAND iiLd NuUiry Publi Ihiiut County 1uXs MitBCis cl TlUu Lttuas una BUSINESS A lKVlY This House has recently been nlartrid nnd litlid up with all the modern Im TwoHmnulo Itoonia ou first Hour rue Bus to nnd lYom all Free Ilusto und from Corner mmlngton mid Fldora First class furnished Corainodtoud Kooms for ijnod Stiillliii Main This House us rcciiiitly btiii refitted and newlv lid oilers the best flccoinmoiliuiousto tlie tniv ling publii lit very rensonublu Merchant Merchant llns on hand a Inrge and wbll se eded of flistelim pliset rnusisliiiK I Knitllshuiul American Bhop the City i i r j i wi hi Transfer nlwuyt ou imnd tn transfer iVKiiKe nnd of nil kinds to any part of tie eity at reiuyonable Is prepared to transfer HunMchoUl with und at uoderale Uive me a satlslaetion guar T Licensed Sales attended lo in anv part of tlie Uplnii also a praetieal Horse will undertake any ease that he niav be favored IJ J Shuiupooninitand lluir Cutting ilonn up in lie liiil styles ol the urt Shop one Uuor wist of 1Vancls Wutrlns anil repaired in a worknmnlifceiuanuer at rav hop on Main KXCHANG15 NOVliP r President K Cashier Train lets a itcneral Hanklnu Uiiile a Comuierrlal Paper bought aud IorruipundriiU Uniou Xational Son i K Kteaiuboai FOWLKK Anl Wholesale Dealers in Foreign ftnd Pomestie lirled Iure Cider Wnterlo drdiTK by inftil will irompt uttei njaiiil catltifaotlon Proprietor of ACKUEY MACHINE WORKS Enirinw made and Machinery for Mills made or repaired on short Alo all kiuds o Farm Machinery I will loan cm approvec real estate for a term of five For particulars apply to me person or by at Eldora or to Luach Carton AV Office in Ledger O 1 If you want tbebest qnalltyof Coal at reasonabl call on at the Central of Iowa He has on hand s Large Stock of tlie Grades of Oakaloosa Coal which he Sells at the LOWK8T CASH Take no word for thu quality of thU Coal but try H for lieiuciuhur the OF I Peoples Coyle TJTCJ II OB All kinds of meat constantly on hand Highest cash price paid forHides ant Country A long experience in this business enables us to insurt satisfaction in all cases Having piiohascd Kiin Ccml Huslues built u new Cosl HOUM Jitur the Illiuois teutrt put iu new Wuuld tay that h is prupurod with lull lino of Fort Podge Coa of the ben variety which he will deliver or st at ttit VKKY LOWEST CCO Oldest Drug House LARGEST STOCK Olieapest ROBERTS Brick Tffi ACM SflAlf FLOURING HI I Will deliver Feed and Bran to any purl of City free of charge Successor to Real Estate and Collection Will make Collections and Execute all kinds of Legal Also Agent For Insurance of rnpltnl and Hartford Insurance of Hartford Cap ital and Uontinentiil Insurance of New Capital and Lnilcnvrltcrs Agency of New York Capltnl and A share of the Lozicr received less lhaii 300 votes in the Hitchcock was elo6tcd to the Senate by Bituminous is what thet cull them is becoming It is aid that Australia wants to be free and independent of Mother Bug lands The Central is placing about 100 car loads of new rails where it will do the most between Water loo and Iowa The Odd Fellows of this State num 293 working with a mem bership on July of a gain of 850 since Adams viffe of the newlyr elected Supreme Judge is a strong advocate of wormUi and it is said has inoculated her husband with her Waterloo is said to be flooded with S3 Counterfeit of the A urora 1st National ivud it would bo w ell for all in this vicinity to scrutinize closely all bills of that Bank AN opportunity td secure good Leeturcrers is afforded by the Iowa Lecture with headquarters fit per lecture and ex is the pviee agreed upon by the and the list of speakers comprise some of the best in the J ELLEN of was admitted to practice before the Iowa Supreme at its session in She is the first lady who has had this honor and ii she didnt part her name the mid we should have a very high opinion of The poet of the Burlington Hawkeye ghg timely The melancholy days Mnv The in the ynur Like frosts before the morning sun Thy wood piles Five dollars a cord mid three families the same block who never buy a stiek of wood aud never go to bed at AND Real Estate HOME and FOREIUN Might Drafts on all the principal cities of En ruftKiiKn TlnkptK to nud from Europe by safest existing at lowest anil Estuleit in Europe Collected and nllitttlrin a and remittances made at current ralea of Notary Pulilic unil ckets for the followingHms of llremen and Hamburg Hed Ameri State White and Anchor Passports obtained OE short MARKS BROS MANUFACTURERS and DEALER IN Ii Xt TV JS S Made of the beet Oak tanned Horse Blank etrt Nets Spurs Horn and Ivory Buftu lo Itobes and everything usually kept iu a firstclass Harness Buffalo Overcoats made to All Work Repairing noatly GIVE US A Main Doepke Dealers in the best varieties of and Included In our stock may be found the follow ing Sclz it COB Goldmans of Bradley of Mil IJcywood Good Eastern Alto a good of LADIES SJJOES AND of Tiffin Shoe and a large assortment of cheap Eastern All WabuMi Work tywl Wiloiit Cost to the Give us a call be fore we will Sho ou South tide of Main Street The prose of the dbovc will be ap preciated in a great many substituting caal in place of DISTRICT COURT of HaHin county commences with a light The following are the jurys drawn Jacob Martin Abraui John Israel GIUND Jacob J Stephen Kobert David rEriT LrcurxU Linus Isaiah R THE FOUR The News as ftepofted kf Respective Papers Their Uutlcr and Trom the Eldora the Supervisor last year chosen to fill a This year lie was elected for three years John liopre of Pleasant town had a dropsicaTplethora by the fenioVal of 35 pourids of Judge Thomson is selling off his poraonal property at public and will remove to C tliff frJa tiext where it is to be hoped the climate will improve his health Engine passing Capt Ells worths threw a spark into stack yard of Robert find fired his wheat and hay It is a hard blow ou a poor man to stand helplessly by and see his years The railroad company ought to do the fair thing by Holt at The dogs aroused Penn from his Wednesday in time to let him observe a stiauge in dividual leading his horse from the Providence township being a respectable Mr Penn did not believe auy one intended to steal his animal biit when he started forth to examine the stranger he dropped the bridle reiri and fled Henry Kroeger of Wisconsin an aged citizen of German birth claiuis to be a weatlier Although he can neither read uor his memory is a perfect and he makes the following predictions regarding the coming wiuter After running over tlie past fifty one years with his minds Kroeger giauees into the and prophesies thus Early in November there will be some cold but it will be mild aud pleasant during most of the and until the 20tli of when the streams will but only a thin sheet of ice will be Between Christnmas and New Years there will be heavy snows for ft few In January we shall have the finest Indian summer we have had since ami there will be only a few cold During the winter there will be more rain than aud little or no sleigh Tlvuve will be a few cold days in March will be and The weather in April will be cold and spells In May it will be and the parduers will fiud it necessary to water their who seems to take an interest in aud advises brewers to lay in ice at first or iLey inay have to scud to Alaska for Fortyseven were cast ia Guthrio couuty for the touiety c From the Union some time last A of to Miss Olivia of the former of New returned from his excursion trip to Indianapolis last week and reports favorable of the sUccfiSr of his under taking The excursioriists numbered before reaching their aiid arrived at Indianapolissix hours before the oue by way of Kccfkuk The Professor is at present working in the interest of an excursion1 to North Report says that there is it young couple iu Gruudy who were engaged oue day aud married the Thats A number of these vagrants of the earth have been camp ed during the past week on the east side of the and have iu the meantime canvassed Union pretty thoroughly to tell the fortunes o those who wished to gain hidden iufor nmtion of their pas present am future Pleasant township received a very severe kick just above the on the while threshing for a From the Gfundy County The festival at the Court House on Friday last was largely atteu and was financially and socially t The sum realized was abou Bassett of State Cen ter delivered a lecture at the M Church on Tuesday evening last on the Treasures of which w s said by e who had the pleasure of hearing the to be a rare intellectual treat A tenant house on tlte farm of iu Gulf ax occupied hy a couple of German families was burned to tlie ground on Friday after noon Tlie building with its en tire contents is a total the family being absent at the The tw families loose about No iusu Thomas J who located in this village a short time for the practice of his profession as a lawyer has found greener pastures iu the town of Oaccola Brooks aud Wm ntMelrosu each a set of llyucts aud stolen on last Sunday We hear of a number of cases of petty thieving iu this The first Quarterly for Gruudy charge will b held in this October 30 aud ols Tho Annual meeting of the Gruud County Bible Society was held at th Church on Sabbath evening last State agent wa aud conducted the meeting lie presented in an able uud interest ing manner tho iutereete of tho Bill From the Clttrkcviilb We are informed by farmers that lotatoea are rotting The Cornet Band has engaged the ervices of Frank and are Jrogre finely under his instruction of Fremont has a eifer that is htfrd to beat She is wo years old and weighs the Parsonage y Rev J 1876 Hornish and Storms oth of this place The work on Townseud rick is going alotig towards comple Mitchell itud Logan1 omplain that some one in feloniously arrying away their wood They vould not feel so1 bad about it if they vould take it before beirig cut iutd tove If you hear of some odys stove beiug blown into a housaud pieces put the owner dowu s the wood About the 20th of July 3unsou of Jefferson township missed a teg of molasses from his milkhouse sharp look but waskept for the missing without ome time last when the keg yfts found in the possession of a A was ssiied find he was arrested on Sunday ast and had his trial before Esquire of the Center ou wnis bund guilty and fined 825 and costs in default of which he was sent o the Bremef county jail for forty leven The First Iowa State Girls Riding Exploit It occurred a quarter of a century and presents some features that a modern day fair might do well to This is the way that one of our exchanges speaks of it The first State fair was held at Fair field and The reat event at the first Fair was the adies In these degeu rate days of carriages and general Uses that luxury and indolence this especial feature is igiiored Biit at that time there were and many used So the President offered a prize for the boldest and most graceful and the cbmpetitora numbered The feel ing the delicacy of his position elinecl to appoint the awarding comm arid one person from each of the six counties represented at the meet ing were The riding was surpassingly Every one was in ecstacies The award was made to Miss Belle of Lee The watch was pre sented in neat aud elegant address by editor of the which has since then changed its name to the Burlington ITawkeye But among the competitors was a Miss Eliza Jane of Iowa called by tho crowd The Iowa City She was riding a famous race Rattler and wearying of the routine embraced in the graceful idea of gave whip and reia to her went around tho track a couple of times as only a quarter lioose can then off the tracK oSer tho open spaces on the ground making a daring ieap of the wide ditch back to the track and up to the judges stand smiling and her horse panting like lizard and white with So great was excitement and so was the crowd carried away by that tlie men mounted ou horseback rodo about the circle shouting for The Iowa City and raising a pony purse for her Every fellows pocket was emptied of part of its and the girl received enough cash to place her in a good give her a good training in a private school for two aud she wasnt spoiled by all this She is living happily and comfortably iu a neighboring and doubtless looks back to her triumph with many a of But the award of the committee as secured thu hearty commendation of the on the second sober aud the incitement proved of great value u rite Iowa City A correspondent of the Cincin nati Enquirer announces that hell give a big sum of money to the man smart enough to work out the following to bukUera noJ buy tUciu Ilghty which tho butcher 11 tuu ixnts u and for which lie therefore wants A tuitw fifty puuudo of uud U iuJ upou uiuiuiuitlou they turret that An UKM is worth ouchulf a eeut more Query llow wuch did etcU 1Ujthe buwhei Moodey and Bankey commenced their revival work Sunday ia the Brooklyn rink and in several ueigh brvriug So great were iho throngs that many were uoablo to geiu   

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