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Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 5, 1875, Ackley, Iowa THE PDBLI8IIKO KVKRY PBIBAT AT UARDIN 0 BARNARD BARNARD KDITORS AND Terms of One one la advance J200 fix In advance 7 IOC One three iu advance B i nml Professional cards of five lines o W 00 per your each additional line Upl notices inserted at leual rates nmdc known on application Jol Work Ul executed In a neat and workmanllk and at reasonabla Jive us a call GENERAL V Judge I f Clerk Attorney 1 A v i L I I Snrvpvnr of BdfiJSI Court IMrtrlct Court May and Circuit Court Mth and Corporation JoiiK F Frank Church W Ircacli Ing lit 11 and 7 SuUmth school at 2 Prayer meeting on Thursday Pastor Preaching at 11 and i Sabbath nchoo at 94 Prayer meeting on Wednesday eve Pastor Trenching 10 and 7 schoo 2 Prayer meeting oh Wednesday evening 4 iwni nt 2 meeting un evening Peter Scrvleefi on tin and Sundav of ovtry month at 9 anility Christian doctrinal school and TxiporsatZ JOHNS Pas Preachliij at10 SaVbnlh Kchool at 9 IrajFur meeting and leccture Friday ore Civic Fountain Si Monilay on ortoelbra full moon of each Wnrk every Mnndnv nlaht Brethren aro cordially Invited to meet with Pec EASTERN meets overv and 3d Wednesday Masonic Members aru cordially Invited tomeetwlth Lodge on TbiiKduy evening of each nt their Bull pynr Mirfln Visiting brothers lire cordially HlNKY BUSINESS Attorney and Counsellor nt Uardln aluo Court Commissioner for Attorney and Counncllor T at Office over Martin A faults Hardware PHATT Attorney and Counsel Hardln rompt attention paid to SCALES it Attorneys at and Collection Offlce in second ttciry of the MartinKggert Will prae dn all the Ktatu and Federal A Attorney and Will practice in all the of Real Estate and Insurance Collections and made Notary Notary Public and Offloe In JUwmerWs Agricultural PRACTICAL All kinds of plain and ornv TDentel palntuig done with neatnoiis and dispatch atlerttkra given to Give him trial and ftll to be I Physician and HomropMbic Physician Office in John foyers on 1st Calls promptly itiuuded to at all hours of the day or EVOK Botanic Diulsoher Office over Francis promplly attended day or rarticnlai Attention given to a forma ChroDic All kinds of work done at reasonuble I t coma to Ackley with fthe intention of mnk injr it my ana would be pleased to have Y0u give mo a Ofttce over Meyers Fuini Wre Real Estate JattUce of the Heal Khtate and Collectlou aud Uoueral Con Justice of the Convey und Collection Also of iwu Flra Insurance T Fire and Collvc aod LAND and Notury UuUw TWCUH TltU bought aod wl ft NOVEMBER 36 BUSINESS Pronr A hew and the best ot acoom iiiodatlons for the traveling Located nci the Central of Iowa Iowa 135 ACKLEY Proprlcto This House has recently bee enlarged and fitted up with all tho modern Two Sample Rooms on first 11 Free Bus to and from all NBLSOH Iroprleto Washington and First close Newly furiilsho throughout Commodious Samnle Roomi fo Commercial Good has reroutly been refitted und newly furnlshcc and oilers the best accommodations to the trav ellng public at very reasonable Merchant M of Merchant Ackley Has on hand a lareo and well the city at reasonable nil kinds to any part o Is prepared to transfer Hotisehol other with and amced J Licensed Ackley Sales attended 10 In any part of th T Cinfr alHO a h with any case that he may be fuvore Slmvl Shtttupooning and Hair Cutting done up li he of the art Shop on door went of Francln Clocks Repaired BLNJAM1N Watches and Clock h repaired In a workmanlike manner at iri fchop on Main nURMEKS EXCHANGE KOYES President K Trans a Keneral BankinK Bus Collection made a Commercial Paner bought an Union National Bank Koek Towa N Y Dealer in TJ Of All riGTlUK SIKlNCi MATTRESSES And everythinp needed In the Furniture line Sly expenses lining small enable me to give prices as low as the O If you want the best qualltyof poal at reasonable call on at the Central of Iowa He has on hand a Best of Oskaloosa Coal which he sells at the LOWEST CASH PRICE f thl8 Coul PteceNEAB cK OF JOSEPJL Peoples Coyle All kiuds of meat constantly on fjighest cash price paid for Hides and Country A long experience n this business enables us to insure satisfaction in all Oiliest Drug House LARGEST STOCK CUeapest ROBERTS Bri k Kirkwoods majority lacked 100 o being Junkiu lias announced hin self a candidate for State Muscatine about decided to es waterworks at a coat of 831 Two new suits against liquor dealers have been commenced in Dubuqu laying damages at respectively and A Cedar Falls man is making a jug which will hold 70 It is fo the use of a Dubuque commo one does not last long Pettibone for years o the has resigned t to take an interest in a narrow guag running from Jordan and Lord were their names of Grove and the locnl printe has the following Thu iMfd now walks by Jordans sido In peaceful And Jordan amifcs upon the Lord Ills faithfulness to Kentucky must be a pleasant plac to live The Franklin Patriot re marks that there has been enoug shaking going on iu that county th past few if to mak a firstclass The Cedar Falls Gazette says tha the corn crop of Blackhawk county will not average over half a crop The heavy and early frost hav made sad havoc the ears are smal and and the corn is Iowa with its 30 years of age re ceives at andseuds forth from its pos offices more mail than the eu tire State of the latter is one of the thirteen origi inal with thrible the populatioi of the State of Some one who has taken the troubl to look the matter says that of counties in tlio United States the letter S is most largely represent with M and C next in order Washington is the first choice as tc the number being Jeffersoi next and so on each Presi dent being A good showing for the manufac tures of this country is that the mer chants of the city which has been supposed to stanc unrivaled in the manufacture of cottoi have begun to import calicoes from the United The Manchester Prens tells this story on a Dubuque county farmer lie had raised a large de nied himself the convenience of life wire fenced his farm with wire savec from old pans and pails in fact hac scrubbed through life to by hare work and poor when he turned over a new would cal culajB more and work An op portunity soon presented iteelf ia the manner following j the school maam savs is coming here to board next Mon She will be here she over four weeks for your share of her She wil answered thp old after figuring up the cost of her the trouble of her pres and being hurriedly told by his that he would have to get a new milk and a set of knives and sow napkins and concluded that here was an excellent opportunity to make an entry on that new leat which he did as OAKWOOD January Miss Fannie Teacher of ichool District Dear am pleased to earn from my children that you are o begin your term of boarding with me next We will spare no ams to make you feel welcome and at lome with We have engaged Strong to come tomorrow and id us iu our second attempt to free ur house from bed which have eeu a great nuisance to us for some JAMES OAKWOOD SCHOOL BUILDING JAMES iote of yesterday is before I am orry to say that my failing health ill be a barrier to my walking so reat a distance to Thanking ou for the welcome spirit you have nauifested towards I am gratefiil y FAHKIE THE FOUR The News as Reported by Their Respective Butler and Grundy From tho Union Union has five drays in successful Beech of Prov idence sold to Lind ley a porker that weighed 585 of New has resigned the principalship of the high school at that This is to be regretted by all citizens 8f New A brakemau we suppose by the description given us of the train and the to be Ward on the Central while coupling cars at last got the flesh on his arm badly The the village just started by that between this place and delivered a very able sermon at the Congrega tional in this last Sunday While wrestling with a man by the name of of Grundy got his leg broken somewhere below the last Sun This is another sad lesson of breaking the Lords The Farmers Union railroad is is if thickness of rail is any sign although it is we will not vouch for the truthfulness of the that a crowbar has to help the engine start on its wav rejoicing We give it up dont you After a residence of one year and a half in Lewis has gone to seek his fortune in a warmer clime than The readers of this paper will recognize the Doctors name as the one which first decorated its col The left Union last Tues day morning for where he visit his parents and other rela tives and the remainder of the and next Monday he will start for where he thinks some of settling if the place suits From the Kldora In the coe of Dun of Steamboat the Hawkeye Telegraph the decision of the District Court of Hardin county was last by the Supreme of a noted and successful temperance delivered two most accepta ble lectures here this Senator Jessup and Mortimer Hulbert did the honors of the one of the alleged horse thieves in the took advantage of officer when hp was scrubbing the jail rushed past him and into the open Henry Reynolds chasedj him in his express wagon and recovered the runaway near the Prank a young man of about twenty four years of who formerly drove a team about secured a position as brakeman on the road about two weeks Tuesday at while coupling he fell under the train and was run One leg was the oth er so mangled it had to be From the Alden Henry is making prep arations to open a market in the aasement of his Henry W Todd has left the employ of and himself and lady eft on Sunday morning for A Stover we bought 160 acres of Hosmer near Parrels and is going to improve who sold his farm to emigrate to has changed his and bought ft farm just over the franklin County Respite the cold weather and cry of ftard our merchants continue to eceive large invoices of its wit ness the platform at the From The Shell Rock The Butler House is receiving an Jerloinan is new There was a stranger in town o Monday who had to sell his watch t take him on his It accordinj to hm an American silve case that he paid twenty two dollars fo Jt onl7 brough Whiskey is probably the thint that has brought him so finan On account of the bad the temperance meeting Tuesday evenin was a small but those who part in it did their best to make it in Elder Pat and Mary Young favored the au dience with some select and klder Skinner delivered an which was first considering h had no time for The new superintendent of the C from present appear ances seems to be very He taken off two passenger bu sends passenger coach along with the freight All passengers are now compelled to purchase tickets anc show them to train men before enter ing the The presumption is tha the management cannot trust cbnduc tors to collect The new regim may prove profitable to the company but it is certainly inconvenient to the There are 155 pupils at tin Institution for the Deaf and frnnoi1 Rlnflo Council of New pftra doxically engages in the manUfictuie of The digging of a drain to 6ne the Fort Dodge elevators last week was the means of unearthing d mag nificent bed of Boapstone of It is estimated by the best orop sta tisticans that the corn this year will about 81 per of i ful wheat 60 per and oats 7 per A Duluth assessor says it is positive ly amazing how cheap property be comes as he passes up or down a street It falls seven per whenever he enters a The jury in the United States cour at Des on October gave James Haley for personal from the Chicago Northwestern railroad company The Sidney Smith being askee by a lady why it was reported thai there were more women in the world than he replied It is in confor mity with the arrangements of nature madam we always see more ofkfavei than Gould ioe shop is putting up a new Apfel has opened a drygoods tore in his new west Married bv lughes at his residence iu Shell Butler county Jdrich of Shell to Miss Etta Olmstead of In Breiuer Oct by Lloyd to liss Lute Both of Shell Rock Julia Addington died a her home in MitcheU county on Sept Addington was the fire lady of schools ever elected in and it is said to have been tin first instance in history in which a woman was to any offici at a popular A hungry western editor sighs thusly Of all the pies beneath the skies to bring surprise to hungry eyes of weak or no kind of pies the want sup plies and binds the ties which anger tries when storms arise but who denies the great surprise of pumpkin pies A married lady in Belraond having become provoned beyond endurance by the conduct of her husband recent ly armed herself with revolver and invaded the sanctum of the V woman in the case and threatened to shoot She also to kill husband who be came frightened and had her She was bound over to keep the Wright County The citizens of Beuna Vis ta amused a few even ings by burning in effigy four prominent persons whom they claimed to do as they on the couptyseat The vote to move the County Seat to Jewell was Sioux wapids will hold the seat of county government three years Jonger The Nashua Potl speaking of social has this to saj And another marvel is that young women will ruthlessly expel fronithejr society all those of their own sex are morally yet they will re cejve into their society and on the most intimate relations the very young men who have ruined the girls they summarily kick out into tie This is all If a poor girl excluded evil hour O T JS trom society because in an she was the wretch 1 ifAVbUll who effected her ruin ought to be kick ed so far into oblivion that he never could get back ia this A great reform is certainly needed m this and it is for the young women to say whether or not this reform shall be The Page county ed at Iowa that thous ands of hogs are dying iti that county from cholera or some Tike John Mackey is one of the richeet men in His income ia put down at a The Manchester Press says Two of named are now living in Delaware we we believe in Prairie They are in very comfortable circumstancev and shows his kindness ot heart and brotherly feeling by often sending them valuable f The Paul PioneerPress in a recent issue threw a handful of that mud in which it has of late so freely dabbled at exSenator of Iowa It asserted that his garments were too recently stained with Credit Mobilier for him to think of becoming a oandi for the Senate aside the question whether no MJV Harlan has any desire or intention to enter the Senatorial follow reply to the PioneerPress from the Sioux City Journal is eminently just and true ExSenator Harlan has his sins to answer the taint of the Credit Mobilier is not upon or The PioneerPress should know ExSenator Harlan statids conspicuouslv clear under this as the records If something to prejudice be let the something Be of or for which thereis some Because of his public in which he made personal and i political t as was expected of an manlike and becausethoseene miesseekto take advantage of the to complainjof pnb hcjtrerr no excuse is afforded for such reckless use of his name as our Paul CadyStnnton ture in with the following graphic account of Sewards reception of Lincolns nomi We expected to receive the nomination the Chicago for the His friends in New Yorkkvere confident of In Albany flagswere profusely displayed in every street and a large cannon was placed in the public square ready for a Crowds gathered about the old Seward man whichwas and a swift messenger wns employed to bring dispatches from the telegraph Themessenger came with first which was received with i breathless It announced the result of the first ballot Seward leading all The messenger came 185 Liii Some countenances but stUI there was Final ly the messenger came with ft sealed dispatch for He opened it in A pallor overspread his and the crumpled dispateh was handed to It rend i Lincoln nominat ed on the third The crowd the canvas was from its the flagstaken the lights turned and the light of a great hope went out of Sewarda the mind whom east ern regions have almost Juw liad a campaign out and the oth er or had a competitive contest with Bliek Peters in Da in her Browns it is well known is to place the hand of the mind he means to read on his forehead and go ike a streak of lightning to any hid den Teters needs tpjmve the ends of the fingers placed ontho of the lunar immediate y between the iu order to do the arae The vhich wore successful jn each case were not so interesting as the joint test Joth the lady and the young man ieft the Awhile a piece of flagroot vas put under a champagne re ersed on plate and covered with a JfMfJleftfctlift fao oined the operator took hand row of and without a moments hesjta the two advanced and carried out he programme to the After Jus they placed one at each of ong djrawug an alpbafeet hang ng on a wire before each A pened the Bible at fixed bis tnought on meanwhile hoidine a copper wire connecting with Browm ua extending bis oiher lamiediai moved by tlw eaders beraut tospel the wvros oa alphabets striking each letter at same we
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