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Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 12, 1875, Ackley, Iowa NOVEMBER THE KVKKY PIUIIAY AT 1IAUD1N BARNARD KUITOKS AND Terms of OtiB one in Cnu six in One three In flO OFMOB In Jiailroad opposite Aeklcy Huxliiuss and professional cards of Ivo Hues or per year each additional line Lexml liotlceslnsertotl at legal itett umde known on Work ot all kinds In a neat and workmanlike aud at reasonable IMII GENERAL BUSINESS GENTIUM HOUSE Propri A new and the best ot accom moilntlonB for tlie travulliig Lounted near tlie Central of Iowa 1Butf ACKLEV Acklcy This House has recently beeii enlarged and fitted up with all the modern jm Two Sample Booms on flrst Free Bus to and froili all REVEREHOUSE FreeBus tot nil Bus to and from NKWON VTCorncr Washington First class House Newly furnished Commodious Sample Uoomn for Commercial Oood II County Job Irank of Court District Court May and Cireuft Court and Corporation JOHN Frank Church W Ircnch iiiR ht 11 nlirt 7 Habbnth sehool iitSV 1niyer meetliiR on 1reachlni at 11 and 7 Kiihlmth school 1raverjiHctlng on Wednesday eye TreacliliiK At in and 7 HPlionl Imycr inveLing on Wednesday Services ni tho itud Sunday of every mouth ut s nml Christian doctrinal school and Vespers al 2 JOHNS IrcabhliiKiHlO School lit 9 iruyoimeeting and leccturo Fridiiy eve WISCONSIN Main This House has recently been refitted newly otlcrs the best accommodations to the trav eling public at very reasonable Merchant Mcrchnnt Has on hand H Inrgo and well so lected stock of firstclass piece Consisting of English nnd American Hhop opposite the City GEORGE LYMANK the I rcinsfer is always on hand to transfer baggnge and packages of all kinds to any part of the city at reasonable is prepared to transfer Household mid with and at moderate jive me a satisfaction guar Licensed Hules attended 10 In nny part of tlio Itelng also a practical Horse he will undertake any case Unit he miiy be favored with c Shampooniug and Hair Cutting done up iu le best styles of the Hit Shop one tmi tloov wen of Francis Clocks Watches and Clocks repaired iu n workmanlike manner ut my shop on Civc Fonnthin Lodge 219 it Monday on or before full moon of each Work K ret h ron are cordiully Invited to iricctwlth meets every and ld Wednesday nCvnvh month uru cordially Invited to meet with Lodge meet on Thuriiliiy evening of each at their Hull over Martin Visiting brothers are cordially HKKKY MKHSKXCHAXfiK NO Cashier Trans acts a trencral Dunkliiir made a Cominerclal 1aper bought and Correspondents Union National Steamboal BUSINESS Attorney and Counsellor at IJtmlin also Court Commissioner for Attorney nnd Counsellor VI at Ottlca over Martin A Fausts Hardware Dealer in rJT TJ It IE Of All SllUXt MATTIlESSJJf t And everything needed in the Furniture lino My expenses small eiiable me to give price as low as the A PKATT Attorney and Connsol Hardin irompt attention paid to Attorneys at and Collection Office In seeoiidstory of the MartinKggert Will prae In ull the Stole and Federal Attorney and Will practice in all the court of Ucul Estate und Insurance Collections and KcmitlunetS made Notary Notary 1ublie and Ofllcw in Kemmarorn Agricultural 11 PRACTICAL All kinds of plain and onm uautul minting dono with neatness and dispatch 8pcciul attention given to Give him Irlal und you cannot fall to be 1 Physician and DttUTSCHER Homeipathlc Physician Otflcu in John on list prnmptly attended to utall hours of the day or 1J VOX Itotanle and Deotsclier OIHee over Frtmeih Calls promptly attended day or rartlcului attention given to all forms Clirimio O I If you want the best qnalityof Coal at rcasouahl call on at the Central of Iowa He has on hand Largo Stock of the llest Grades of Oskaloosa Coa which he sellsut tho CASH PUICl Take noones word fiorthe quality of this Coa bill try It for Kemeiuber the OF 1 Peoples Coyle 3U170H All kinds of incut constantly on hand Highest cash price paid for Hides uiu Country A long experiene iu this business enables us to insur satisfaction iu all All I of work done at reasonable I Slave come to Acklev with Jthe intention of mak ing it my and would be pleased to have yon give Ollleo over Meyers Furni ture of the Kcal Estate and Collection und tfcueral Cou Justice of the Convey mid Collection Also Agent tor several of the best Life and Kiro lusuiaiice T tile J LAND and Notary Hutlcr Taxes Abitracts of Title Ijxmls bought anil und Heal busUiusti yuuciully uttwuded Carton AND Heal Estate DEALERS IN HOME and FOREIGN EXCHANGE Sight Drafts ou all the principal elties of El PiuotiKo to und from Europe uvsafe at loww Cluiuis uud UstuUs in Kurone eollectcJ an ulUvtliu u nni lemtUu made ut current rates ifotiiry JublJo und rawiiiiieTickets for Ihe tullovrlng lines 01 stvamor Hruuieii aiul Hamburg Kcd A mm Slate Wliitu and Aueht IlUisporUi obtained onsliort lova Oldest Drug House 7 LARGEST STQPK ROBERTS Brick Drug FOWLER FOWLER nd Wholesale Dcalerfl In Foreign and Domestin rled nnd Iuro Cider Orders by mall will receive prompt atten onjand satlfifaetlon Tlie ITioopoit s tlie best place In the country to go for a dish of Canned WAUM MEALS at pains pared to In part of Mclii crs new brick ODowd awl Retailers of Don ic c t i p it AND FANCY And Retailers of Hamilton county is to have a 000 court Bcuua Vista farmers raise pota toes which weigh two and a half Ipwans are the best newspaper rend ing public in the says the Du buque and we believe According to tlio Gazette a Cedar Fall man reckons his age by the num ber of times he has had the seven year A translation of the Roman philos printed in is owned by parties iu A State Center lady has commenced suit for against five saloon keepers in that for selling liquor to her n ce Cream and Fresli Fruits in their igent for Ruths Square Brand Main First Iowa H7F7NILAND PROPKIETOR OF Machine STEAM MILL AND ELEVATOR Built uiitl SPINDLES put in Perfect order Farm Machinery of all kinds made and A specialty made of repairing THRESHING MACHINES and HORSE Feed and A large assortment constantly on of im proved of all kinds made to and at prices as low as anywhere in tho All orders promptly attended Or ders by mail Wholesale aud Retail Dealer iu Gveeu aui Dried He has also in KVK KYE OAT WHEAT FLOVJK and UtAJUM Also BAGS and 1rehh Luke Fish licceivel 1 keep a full and completu line of the above and will sell straight goods tuslinv as any I louse in the It pleases me to show and compare and quail ilGDjis fiKUVKREIt FREE TO OF T11K Store one door west of the Post Main And now it is said that Judge Dill of this is a strong candidate for tho one politician as serting that six instruct for him next Carpenter concurs with President Grant in naming the 25th of November as So you can eat turkey with the calm con sciousness of knowing that you are obeying State ami National A Chicago maniac who was recently arrested thought himself a thcrmpni and kept urging the attendants to rub his or he would go down to or yelling for the upper lakes rising and falling barometer weather mild and light rain and me or I will gotip to blood It is now definitely known that the following foreign will partici pate in the centennial Argentine Great Britain ami Ireland and Sau Nether Tur United States of Vcii The Brooklyn scandal bids fair again to rear its disgusting front befrc tho Thursday evening Moulton was expelled from Plymouth Church on account of her continued She obeyed the summons to appear before the and statec tluit the reason why she remained away was that she know JJeechcr to be an adulterer and a and so knowing him to be she could not at tend upon his Twenty years ago the people of the Methodist church at the town o Maqiioketa wantd a They raiser the amount of but it was foum that the tower would not stand th weight of the Northop wa Numerous attempts hav been made to get at the bu she held on to it She sait it was for a aud for uo other put pose would she give it The inou cy hits been at interest for twentj and now aggregates Thcj bought the bell recently and relieve Nortliop of her Fo fixedness of purpose and unyielding devotion to one object Northo is certainly a A Marshalltowu man writing iron Sau contradicts th intimidation stories as follows This place is secesh more so than any place I have been iu Texas Yankees if meritorious are not only in no way bu treated to the best offices whjchsocieh I think I cau speak under standingly of the real social sentiment of the people least to a grea I have never been better treafec in my Though iu talking pol itics a person needs to bo very consic I have discovered uo iustauc ju which the fact of my being a north eru aud a Republican aud i courteous assertion of my political no have iu any way operatec against In I think the gen erality of the southern people respec one who stands upto his in r firm but polite in th endorsement of all that has bieu North or under the cloak of re but of its true The war and the abolition of have made many a useful man and out of that once would have been but fit ornaments to a doll a lieuparty or ageuile mans THE FOUR he News as Reported by Their Respective Gruhdy JSntler und From the Kltlora The Pacsbytcrian society of Steom oat Rookhave secured the services f the Revi for the nsuiug Thirtysix out of the hundred ounties of Iowa an annual tax of ver countyis one f the James a child of corsliving west of Point ell into a boiler filled withhot nd diedaftei two1 hours of ternble Henry Lashprs three while at fell backward aboiler with to scald a jystander rescued the girl quickly nd stripped the clothing off with such that the little victim of he hot plunge may Compton and Jim Higgin CJay were scour ng the woods for when Hig iubothams bird dbg ti he wily animal reportetl to have limbed a which ibeut from ts for eighteeu feet Vlien he Higginbotham him a load of 4 and lagged his It was a gray ind weighed thirty Ourtax has stuffed him in ifelike From the Union Senator last the a Anna living north of on last Suuday after of typhoid The ambuut of cash which the Central Railroad of Iowa realized Vorh the sale of passenger tickets at he Union for the month of was The sale at last ivas quite a although the day was stormy and the weather that winter would soon be here if not ilrcady Sales were and thirtyone town lots disposed pi at from to It is said that they are all settled if true will give a villagelike appearance to the 37 New placed in theaisles Congregational Church is effectual n muffling the squeaking aiid tliunder Jap tramp of hetaVy akes place about the tiriiothe tfextYia The health of Johnson s now improving quite re glad to Tie begins tp look like Tohuaon The frame the first and lUildihg comprising the city of Allisotij t one time the Jutler has beeti t to iutler ttnd is very respectable structure Sam cl in lie cqunty officers all swing their ftts anct of this propose to itizensaud fKose of a literary ne lecturers already of DubuqofeJ itinfli yre earii ecturer is to delivel1three or is lectures descriptive of his AJe irmerly of the firm of Churchill Music Dealers of this been arrested ow in jail at The forgery vas committed shape ofA a note gainst Otis of this to neamount of which hegave as ollateral security for in currency t thebauk of J Knapp Cedar From Ihe Alden Theres Millions in pleas ant weather we arc now The fall term of our schools closec on Friday and the children wil now enjoy a rest of about three weeks John Popejoy was called sudden ly Ohio last Monday by a telegran announcing the dangerous illness o his aged 4th about 11 oclock of cousumptio Emma aged The entertainment of the Young Girls Social Reform Society o was Avell attend and they gave very good satisfac Misses Taylor aud Adu Brcwster are home from the Agricul tural College for tlieir winter vacation Fabku1Strattou also arrived las The Aldeu Union Lyceum mot 01 Saturday evening aud organized for the ensuing year by Vice Emma But Matthews Keuyou Tlie question selected for discussion next Saturday evening is that women should receive the same pay that is awarded to meu for the same M Ella Al Misses Ella Ada Pritchard Emma Crocket and Massey were appointed a committee to canvass for From the Tarkersburg Little James son of Hal of this by had his arn i dislocated at the elbow joint on Satu day The Congregational Church wa well filled ou last Sunday an attentive Died on in Beaver James Enierj leaving a wife and a family of seven From The Shell R6ck The woolen mill has shift down for days repair I Myers and Lucy 1 Walter Amick have purchased tfewcomb Carters livery Ives succeeds Pettibone as Superintendent of the Volney Aldrich has his hack to larry who will henceforth con rey passengers to and Eastman is up a stone as a fire just west his mplement Thats enterprise ind no A party of Shell Rock sports d all day last Sunday on the Pork and had all the luck they de little There is a prospect for a quarrel be tween the West side district and the Sterling school furuiture concerning Silas and her started Monday for Crescent Silas started a paper From the Grundy County The Andreas Atlas man around and collected change in the Grandmother mother Solomon aud Jacob Lighter rose died a low days aged 85 We have very little news this week in regard lo the Narrow Gauge Rail Turner has returned to Liseombto confer with Trjpp ais to the adviability of continuing the The amount raised up to the present date is 000 short of thei required Marshall County owes no man a and has plenty of money in the A young girl working in the shingle mill at had her han4 torn off in some of the machinery laat Saturday i1 One of the Sisters of Charity pelled from Germany by rjved here on There twentyiive of them jn Jawas City In leurn this tun The Greene Press says A yonng man too drunk to comprehend insulted ft man Saturday who in turn laid aside his etir quette and bit out a moutliftii of nuaiT her ones external and on the The Waterloo exceptions to the decision of billiard that when thjs court was in the habit of indulging in a quiet game of it never oc curred to it that gapofl wss Of course when the court was overtaatebetl iu U paid U but when it w it may be prudent to ssy at it never won any AVhether the game was wo the other fellow behind the got all the This court is fore of the opinion that the Court Decision v
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