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   Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 19, 1875, Ackley, Iowa                             m NOVEMBER 38 THE IUnUSIIKU KVBHY FRIDAY AT HAltbtN BARNARD KDITORS Terms of Subscription One one in One BX in mlvnuce One three in OFKICK Hi Independent Railroad oiiposltu TUislnoss and iirofcsslonai curds of live linos or per year additional line Uual notices Inserted at legal Advertising rates mnde known on ol all kinds executed In a ncnt inul workmanlike and at reasonable Ciivo us a call GENERAL DIRECTORY Judge J H X lilm Clerk Altornej BUSINESS Iroprl lj A new and the best ol accom uidutkms for tile traveling Locator hear lie Central of Iowa l85tf A CKUJY This House has recently been enlarged and fitted up with all the modern liri Two Sample Kooms onflrst Free Mils l and trirtn all REVERE Irco llus toandlrom all GTI1US Corner Washington and First class Newly furnished Commodious Sample Itooms for Commercial Travelers Y Maiu This House has recently been refitted and newly and oilers the best accommodations to the trav eling public tit very reasonable Oldest Drug House LARGEST STOCK Olifeapest ROBERTS Brick Merchant stout M Fricbli1 vHr t IT A V v ymnk Moiru Supt of Court District May and Circuit Court 2llli and Merchant Has on hand a large and well se lected stock of lirslelnss piece Consisting pC English and American Shop opposite the City Corporation I W GEORGE L the Transfer is always on hand to transfer baggage and packages of all kinds to any part of the city at reasonable is prepared to transfer Household and other with and at Give me n satisfaction guar FOWLKH FOWLER A Parkersburg mail glories i n a front door costing If the balance of the house is in proportion it must be very During its inonth of continuance the Chicago was visited by for its In the last two the insurance companies doing business iu this State have the State treasury iu the way of As a Rockford man was shipping a drove of while the train was running at tlie rate 40 miles an one of the car doors slid and before the train was seven steers stepped down and Only oncwas And Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Inled and Pure Cider Orders by mail will receive prompt uttcn tionjand satisfaction Sales attended 10 in any part of the Being also a practical Horse he will undertake any case that he may be favored Tlie UTreopovfc s the best place in tlio country to go for a dish of Choice Cnnncd WAWM aud no pains spared to In lower part of McU Kers new brink Church W Irea inatllVt ilia 7 Hubbalh school at V M lruyor miLtlnB on Thursday 17 ji Shampooiiing and Hair Cutting done up in the best styles of thu art Shop one door west of Francis Clocks Watches and Clocks ipuirerl iu a workmanlike manner at hop on Main BENJAMIN rop old mau named Warner traveling with bis son as an died sud in Butler one day last expiring before he could be removed from the He was 84 years of and from the grasshopper regions of We glean from the Clarksville THE FOUR The News as Reported by Their Respective lintlnr and Irntldy From the Union The furniture for the new school house arrived last There is pounds of seats and on last Tues day tlie 9th by the at brides the residence of the Frank Norris to Miss Orpha all of At the residence the brides in Providence on lltb by Senator Hadley Baldwin to Miss Hester October ODowd SHINERS Wholesale Jobbers and lictuilers of Don a i o ixo r y AND FANCY And Retailers of Staple iiivtl At present there are 218 children in the different Soldiers Orphans Homes of this It is proposed to do away with the Homes after the of children will bo so few as to render it impracticable to continue them A fact which speaks volumes for their is the one ad vanced by Pierce iu his recent is that of all the hundreds who have left these homes and gone forth into the world to earn their not one Vials been for crime or lodged iu after a brief Ira His Eunice who for 64 years had shared his toils and was taken from earth on the 22d day of last then being iu her After getting one car loaded with tips at the the other the engine oil the Narrow Guag e was not equal to the task of moving and they had to use a crowbar to start her one of our citizens put his shoulder lo the wheel and after which it moved off A young man who was buried on Sunday last in Felix Grun cly by the name of aged 21 came to his death by being This is a sad inasmuch as the young man suffered extreme pain during the entire week that be lived after meeting with the although he did not receive assistance for some time after being Pennficld thinks that ilesumptioiii There arc many men extremely anxious that our Should at the soonest possible VhbWhtresdine specie Tliey appbnrtohftVe an idea that gold and the only legitimate bases for a cir ciilatiou that the have his choice of specie or papery as may be his there cod Id be no mflaticiifj manufactures and ajjricttl ture would flourish as a Green Bay thus stigmatize our present currency as irredeemable Now if we had the of One of who Let there be there was we would Let there be a sufficiency of gold and silver dug from the mines to meet the wants of the and it would bo until that power is or until the production of the prfcci6ilaf metals reaches that us fall back to the condition of supply the present what are the facts The frdm the best data wo is or will be this about The de nmnd is to pay interest on of six per government which is arid1 the interest on of five per which is making a total demandfrom the government of to which1 add for railroad and State bonds held1 six KXClIAXfiK NOYKh E Cashier acts a Kfueral Itiinking Collections niadu a COIUDUIVH Inpor bouglit and Contspimflcnnc National Steamboat Cigar Ice Cream andFresh Fruits their nUSKY of and Dealer In und Articles One door cast of Frantz it cordially HUSKY BUSINESS T i Attorney and CounKllor at V liardin also Commissioner for Attorney and Councilor otlice over Martin A FanHls Hardware i TuATT Attorney an el Counsel A it Uaidiii Prompt attention paid to SCALES if CASK Attorneys at and tiol In f Will pint in all thu State and Vcduval Attorney and Will practice in all tbe of Heal Estate and Insurance Collectionu aud Kemlvlances maat Dealer iu ITT Of All IlCTlTUE HIlllXG JIATTUESSKS And cvLrytliinp needed in the Furniture My expenses bttlnp siniiH uiitiblo mulu givcpvleeB us low as the Agent for Miilii Ruths Square Brand First Iowa An Apliugton correspondent of Parkersburg Eelifiso tells this story Tuesday a gentleman drove a livery team from Ackley up to the Hotel iu He team to be taken care of and went in to the bur although a good horse unhitthed the ncrir and one tug of the leavingone tug fast doing one line up he started around to relieve the other horse but PKOPKIETOU OF O Machine STEAM MILL AND ELEVATOR Notary H S Notary Public and i Ofliec in Kennneror8 Agricultural faiw If you want the best qnalltyof Coal at reasonable call on at the Central oflowa llehason Imnd a iMtais Stock of the liest tirades of Oskaloosa which he sells at the LOWEST CASH Take no ones word for the quality of this but try it far Hoinembor the PluceNEAR OF before we saw Lmeback reach the unhitched tug horse found he was sit and wishing to play he start one tug one line dragging ou the the tongue sliding beside the Lineback enjoying the play by looking The horse ran about 40 supposing he go faster ou the he The of the buggy running into the broke short frightened spirit and seeing he was loose and all the brakes with head up and tail he started toward Parkers Running as far as bridges would he turned and came for his he could not have been That finely much irreproachable and small woman with large absconding inclin or formerly was in town last Sunday taking a squint at old after a good retired from the place that seemed no longer like missed the happy which would have undoubted taken by being to looking after the fine young ladies of that Remain at home and you will not miss such Koldcd in say at per the interest of which and we have a demand yearly of being 190 morethan the whole production of the precious To ineet this demand the industry of the country must be but our imports are some greater than our and the can obtain ho relief from the only source to which she should look for the to take the place of the gold and silver ex Now of a in our then could we name ffie year md the day when we could resume pccie But in view of our V resent with the production f gold and silver and the Balance of trade largely against what can we do In looking at the government we see the five per quoted at par in a1 bond is worth its face in Of course this bond is payable in gold some fifty interest is payable in coin Here is a source from which the gov Peoples Goyie 15 TJrJTO II 13 SIILL sriNDLlJS put in order Farm Machinery of all kinds made and A specialty made of repairing THRESHING MACHINES and HORSE Feed and A largo assortment constantly ou of im proved No one badly but some one All kinds of meat constantly on Highest cash price paid for Hides aud Country A long experience iu this business enables us to insure satisfaction in all Carton S I JlHnfls of work doue at rowonalJlw i Estate AND Real Estate of all kinds made to and at prices as low as anywhere in iho All orders promptly attended Or ders by mail Fire aniJ IN HOME aud FOREIGN Drults on nil tbe oilios of Eu iuKHuco Tickets to und Iruiu cxlstliiK lowihl and In Kumpe collected and olltcU a ttnd unide ut currcni rates Notary and Tiikrts Iur HroliUii and llainluiri Kcd auilc While and Ancliur onnhcirl i Wholesale and Ketail Dealer iu Gieen and Dried lie lias also In stork HVK KYK COKN OAT WHEAT Also BAUS und Frcsli Uiliii Fish Kfiflvcd 1 keen a full aud complete line of the above gnu and will sell sirniglit goods as low as any House in the H pleases me tit iiinl einiipare cinantitivs and yiiiili liVfilS 1EIJVKKE1 FKKK TO IAUT 01 T11K Stoiv one diior west of the Post A Chicago Internal Revenue officer tells in the Post and Mail how inno cent druggists sometimes get into as follows The wholesale druggists of this city sendoff thousands of barrels of spirits to small country retailors who know but little of tlie law and think less about When these barrels are emptied theyare generally returned to the wholesale in nine cases out of ten are returned with the stamps We know of scores of these technical violations of the law that could be picked up in a day But we prefer to warn the as we are satisfied that the violations of this kind arc usually the result of 13ut the fact is that the country or who empty a package without at once canceling the are liable to a fine of on every such besides the railroad company that transports such barrels is liable to a fine of ou each barrel and the confiscation of the cars they are shipped in the dray man who takes them from the depot and carts them to druggists or other receiver is also liable to a fine aud the forfeiture of his horses and wagon and the receiver of such emp tystamped barrels is also Inthlu to a heavy iuc the moment they are dumped upon his pavement and he receipts for tlio The well meaning men of this class there ioustiintly in t state of fear lest they be caught napping sumo day when a furelws cart man shall dump some ol these fatal casks before their clerks receipt for the aud get them iuto From the Clarksville Schclleuger Hesses new store almost The carpenters are rushing the work on Towusends At the recent term of the Circui Gond had the knot cut that bound her to a mighty bad hus Sampson has raised the roof to tier residence and made a twostory building of On Monday of this Ross Law rence stepped down and out as mine host of tbe hotel at Butler and Heudrjcks stepped The meeting called for the purpose of renting the pews of the Church came off Monday night Quito a large number of ladies and were A goodly number of seats were rented but there still remains a few more which the committee are eager to dispose A ride over the convinced us that not over threshing is one third of the erpnent can supply itself without sus taining further loss than the suppose the government should redeem its circulation iii these when redemption should be as when money is re deem the bonds with currency when money scarce not the bonda act as does the governor to the steam to equalize the motion and thus prevent explosion let the government buy gold the ex periment will only cost the people of interest yearly aiid also re ceive and pay out these bonds accord ing to the demands of the and what better currency could be required Now the people have confidence in the ability of the Qoyerupieiit to pay all of its indebtedness they well as a last it can be realized by taxation upon the wealth and industry of the and the masses today wolud as soon have currency as the It is tins of tho people which is today fhe of the action of the we cannot suppose ignorant of the supply and demand fp the precious Two months more till Leap and then the old and young ones can pop the A little child of met with quite a severe accident last The little one fell from a chair to the striking on its breaking its collar It is doing metals of our afld also of ithe fact that the balance of tfa4eja largely against Judge 01 has been sued One GmwoloNftas defendant in a tried before and was beaten in nlaintifV The ordered ouftsln plajntift In the meantime had converted his property Si to uud tucked it away into his breeches Jle wasbrought before the where he acknowledged that he bad the but refused to satisfy the judgment against Tlie court demanded that he should disgorge enough to satisfy the claims of the and on Judge Kuddick ordered him For thi order Griswold brings against the Judge for false claim ing that the law giving authority to imprison iu such unconstitu Sofar as we this ques tion luui never before been raised in this The proposes that ft petition oi one hundre4 thousand names shall be sent to the Legislature this winter in faypr of a JJcense and expresses the opinion that three fourths of the people of the State are favorable to enactment We believe that Governor took the positing during the canvass that he did not think he be teducedj to sign a bill depriving counties wanted prohibition and who the pohibitory of the protection which that law is supposed to The majority he received on of this does not indicate that the proportion of voters in fevoy of license is so large as the estjjuate giveu It will be eji the people to make knowo their wishes to the Legisjature by petitions or remonstrances 00 thia subj There would seem to be prohibition and locjjl Let them all be aaji then let the General take stteh action as may seem to wisest under all   

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