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Ackley World (Newspaper) - June 9, 1893, Ackley, Iowa JUNE THE ASKLEY EVKUY Kit I Ono In If not paid n SI nt tho Post Ofllco asuecondclasK mail cents for five lilies or Five cents per line for excess of five ACKLEV POST OPKN Week Days TlOO to Sundays to COUNTY County udltor Clerk ol Court Treasurer Sheriff Hecorder of Schools County Attorney County urveyor Stout Crockett Molr John Boylan EdjjjnRton Mary A Tanner Ward Mvenpood Board of Joseph CITY Mayor Recorder Kuchelhoffer Treasurer Stock Assessor Neuman Marshal George Dart STATED Evangelical Services eve Sunday at 11 and Sutiba school at athoic Services every First mass at Second mass at Vespers at 7 1 Presleytevltin Preaching every SaV batli rind at r bnbliiitli ut OMfl Iiuiior VroachiiiK every Fubbuth p m school at Pastor Johns Evangelical Services every Sunday at 10 Sunday Rchool at 2 Fountain regular meetings In Masonic Hull on Monday evening on or before full T T Ko W j No meets on i evening of eacli week at Odd Fellows v Modern Woodman of Kejtular meetings 1st and 3d Thursday nijtht in each month A K J Ho v Kepulur mietliiR 2d Sunday of at Hibernian Knlehts ot ROBO Orolx Meet every evening at Daniel of and LadlcK Aid society of the church meets Wednesday semlmonthlyl T adlcs Aid society of the German EvaiiKeli j1 csl Thursday Julius Ladles Aid Hocluty of the Presbyterian on Thursday Van Roosevelt K ckloy Cemetery society meets Thursday Ladles Aid society of the Evangelical Luth eran church meets YOUIIK Ladles Kodallly of the Catholic church meets once n Hull Adilu BUSINESS Notary Keal Estate and Insurance OIllcouvoiKKgoiH harness Justice of the peace and Collection Agent Conveyancing done and Lands bought ami OIUco iu tlie Nye ckky Graduate Queens Physician and Of fice at first housu south of tlio Presbyterian ohur tint SCALES Attorney at Law and Collection Of llce on second lloor over Kxchaiise Hank Will practice In all the State and 1Vilcitil Attorney Law and Collection M likes a specialty of Equity mailers ami Ulllce over Carstens hardware Physician and Olllce over fllKKtns All alls day or night will receive prompt Special atten tion given to diseases of women and general JOHN Plasterer nnd Does all kinds of liulirin stureo wand and All work Ack Hox Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke your Life Away is the startling title of a little book that tells all about Notoliao harmless guaranteed tobacco habit Tho cost is triliiuo and tlie man who wants oqiiit and cant runs no physical or financial risk in using sold by all Book at drug stores or by mail The Sterling Ilcmedy Indiana Mineral of people have but De Witts Witch HazeJ Salve will cure Successor to IT REFLECTS CREDIT nnd thats always a creditable thing to and the best place to do it is in your own Nothing could reflect more credit upon than a complete outfit frotn our stock of From parlor to ftom cellar to wo have just what you and you want to see what we have to show you before going The place to make purchases is where you find the largest assortment and the best We lead in the furniture trade in Ackley and its a lead which it will pny you to We can show you THE FINEST HEARSE in the city in readiness when called i Cabinet and Upholstery H s Work a BRAUMULLERS F3 ANOSS ABSOLUTELY them FOU LITTLE June Great distress and suffering exist among the people of The territory cyclone of May has left people home less and in destitute Mayor Black of Hope arrived here yesterday on a relief He is sued an address to the business men of Little Hock and Memphis asking for It is signed by ill the merchants of A mass meeting will be held here tomorrow to raise The Mayor says The public has no idea of the storm and its It extended over a territory of seventylive to ninety miles in length and from fifteen to twenty in in many sections destroying nml crip pling many As far as known three were lulled and about twenty For the Columbian Exposition May 1st to October the Cedar Kapids and Xorthern Railway will sell excursion tickets to Chicago from Abbott at rate of for the round Tielcets on sale from April ill h to October ol to return until November For tickets and all on any agent ol this Little vegetable health producers DeWitts Little Karly Risers cure ma larious disorders and regulate the stomach and which prevents headache and A florist who has one of the larg est greenhouses in the city derives no inconsiderable profit from the renting of lowers ami plants for private con public church and even the things most in demand being palms and rubber Tlio charges for the use of these plants for a single evening seem pretty steep to the Ho explains why Yon think too much for dress ing parlor last Tuesday Come into the you see that palm That was worth I will sell It to any body today for The leaves are and two of the stalks are brok And that is only one We are suffering damages like and we have to charge a price that will insure us against too great a Fifty dollars wouldnt cover the dam age that is done to our properly at some of the swell York In a certain family residing near Baltimore there is a young hopeful who possesses a very inquiring While lying in bed with his father one he pointing to a globe on the table Does that show the whole world On being answered affirmative he said Well 1 dont see our front Young Thiee If you irc tempted to reveal A some one to you 1ms told About make It Hefore you three pates of Tliesc narrow gratesFirst true Then Is It needfuls In your mind Giro truthful answer Ami tlio next Is lust uml narrowest Js It kind And If to reach your lips nt last H pusses through these gateways Then you may tell the nor fenr What the result of speech may F6r Railroad Injured Em lll am becoming more and more ionfirmed hi the belief that ft law should be parked abolishing actions for personal injuries by employes of railroad coinrjnnies and substituting Jhus spoke Oliver Shims to ft Globe reporter m the lobby of th5 f Windsor last Judge ShirotfhaB been a judge on the bench of thd district of Iowa for a nnd is now in the city assisting the holding of the United circuit court of He is recogriiacd as one of the clear est headed jnHsts in the and his from the bench of the circuit court of as well as his decisions ffom the lower have always as wise and Enlarging Judge Shims said that he thought the pension sys tem better for all concerned than the personal injury system has proven to He would have the law provide that all employes of railroads who are injured while on duty siioujcl be pen sioned according to the grade of the injury done or disability The distinction as to coemploye he would make no distinction iu cases where the injury shall be the fault of a The law could be ap plied toTailroacls to demonstrate the practical and might beap plied to otherindustries and cornor t after being As to the that itwould hejes8 to pen sion tae and gave an example of a common case whore it was shown that the interest on the aver age cost to the railroad of a personal at 4 per would pro vide a pension of per month to an injured men for life and still reserve the principal intact to the corporation In speaking of the benefits to the in jured man the instance was taken of his receiving on an average of out of a verdict of after paying attorney The men who usually get the money do not save but run through it in two or three years and after having acquired more expensive arc in a worse condition than they were before getting the On the other a pension of per month for life would not teach him expensive nnd would keep a man tor life who is only partially dis and he would follow some pur suit that would result in acomfortable This system could be better for the cheaper for the rail roads and would relieve the courts of a large amount of litigation and be a great saving in the court Speaking especially of the federal Judge Sfairas sakt that fully a fourth of the eases are personal injury to say nothing of that large number of that class of cases in the state Speaking of adjusting the pension Judge Shiras said that there ought to be a graduated system of In case the rail road adjuster could not agree with tlio wounded man as to the rate of the several slate railroad commissions could be made the The law might be passed by tliu state leg in the opinion of Judge and would be salutary in its Paul exclaimed the deter mined old lady from putting her purse hack into fier pock I just wont pay thirtyfive cents for two doughnuts and a cup of hunt up that Fish eries buildin and see if you cant get a can o salmon fur 15 cago Abysmal Depths of the The now submarine world now ex plored and mapped out presents a very different piclure from that paint ed for us by the says an arti cle in the But a short time has elapsed since the bottom of the ocean mis supposed to be the counterpart of the face of the earth above hills andi with precipitous mountains lifting to ward the surface and profound gorges sinking to unfathomable The ocean floor is far less diversified than the Here and to be islands in midoccan arc the summits of enormous rising more or less abruptly from a generally lev el and the sea lying over a depressed region in the north western Pacific reaches its greatest But this is exceptional in its general chnracter the ocean bot tom consists of vast flat or slightly An extraordinary circumstance that has been noticed with interest and that always creates surprise when first learned is the entire absence of foreign matter in the deeper part of the oceans Of all the vessels lost in of all the human beings that havebeen of all the marine animals that have perish of all the and gravel let fall by dissolving of all the various substances drifted from every shore by shifting currents not a trace but in their place water from to fathoms in depth covers the uniform deposit of tenacious slime call ed globigerina A bit of this under a powerful lens is a revelation of beauty not readily The ooze is composed almost entirely of the most delicately beauti ful shells At depths greater than fathoms the bot tom of the consists mainly of products arising from almost Intalenlabte1 tho chemical action of sea of pu mice and other This finally results in the formation of the red clay deposits that are considered characteristic of the profoundcst depths of the Carbonate of which m the form of shells of fornminifcra makes up so large a part of the globigerina is here al most entirely Sea water IB very nearly a universal and before any large or reaches the bottom of these tremen dous abysms it is chemically eaten literally result which the enormoxis pressure of the water must materially At fathoms tho weight of the water press ing on all sides of an object immers ed to that depth is very nearly one ton lo the square or more than 100 times that sustained at the sea and at the greatesl depths Hie pressure is so increased that it would seem nothing could withstand itin heavy metal let down with the sounding apparatus are some on being drawn up again to the found bent and collapsed strongly made ginss vessels which th metal inclosed arc shattered into In the profoundcst abysms of ihc sea are strange forms of that save when brought up by tho sec the upper The work carried on by means of the United States fish commission the Al has established the fact that forms of sea life inhabiting the upper waters may descend to about feet from Uie but that below to a depth of MilO or Ml fath oms a barren intervenes whore marine life seems Hut still strange lo has been dis covered an abuiulanl and varied new to living under conditions of tnnnmdoua pressure and paucity of tho life sustaining emenl One word describes refer to DeWiUw Witch Hazel cures obstinate skin diseases and is a well known cure for What is causing more uneasiness in this country than anything else is the mad scramble for Too ninny people arc posing as welltodo while they arc even on the brink of financial The inordinate desire for money causes many to They get in They become tha servants of the money and hap piness flics The all the and a large proportion of the people of this country arc in wonder there is BO much restless The farmers who own their farms and pay as they go arc the most in dependent people on and as a that class are not so If the rising generation of farm boys could see things as they really they might be willing to start on a small scale and extend their borders as they are The boy should not expect to start in life as well fixed as his father after working for a iifc Farm life has more sun balmy good bird luscious pure water and wholesome than any and if the farmer is out of debt and has a clear he has less anxiety than people of any other Iowa Illinois farm rents have doubled this to per or onehalf the That is why so many Illinois farmers are seeking new homes in Illi nois farms are held at double the price asked for Iowa from to or more per but main reason of the increasing demand for Hawkeye farms is because the farms produce much better and more certain Iowa is the farmers paradise and she has no loosa A girl residing in a Lake Michigan town has recovered damages from steamboat company for nam 4ng oat without asking her An exchangelays she took offense ata marineiteaijBliit ing that haying thoroughly refitted with canopied stern and new will hereafter serve as mail carrier and poke her pretty nose into the lake business for all shes Amelia was all and nerv ous and she said to her sweetheart have been KO old a friend 1 want to tell you and she am going to be lie cried hoarsely you go hear I must say though I have no right but I will have less 1 love you I adore you 1 have loved you since were children I do not sec how I can live and sec you the wife of ann at you will that J have loved you all these and when you hear the wind sigh over my distant course that take on John Im going toimirry Then the strong man as shu bent over a determined little line about her mouth and she muttered I bad to do some thing to brirsfr to WKST In nort hwostoi n Iowa are fairly hilarious on jjccount of the oxtrnordinary crop prospects assert that never at tills time of year have the conditions been so favorable lor an abundant yield of Winter wheat Is in prime oats well advanced and very corn shooting upward at a rate that in hjee weeks will place it beyond reach of the culti and an exceptionally heavy of Spinning wheels are not altogether things of Hie past Go down into Cornwall or Wales or up to Seoluh Highlands and you will find plenty of collages where the spinning wheel is as mucli a piece of useful household furniture as arc the scrubbing brush uml tho kitchen If you can to annoyed by sick headache and dont use DeWilts Litllc Karly Risers for Ihese littlo will curu them J
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