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   Ackley World (Newspaper) - July 7, 1893, Ackley, Iowa                                JULY THE A6KLEY ITHUSIIKII FAKUY One In If not paid In lit th Iost Olllee assccomlclass maII LOCAL cents live lines or uncle Five cents per line for excess of five K U M TO M AXKLKY POST OIKN Week Hays Sundays to 12 Mi COUNTV founty Auditor Work of Court Trensuiii SlierlfT Recorder of Schools County Attorney Surveyor Hoard of Suiiervisors Josepli Moil John Hoyliui Krtcliitrtnii Mary A Tinnier Ward Livf iijrnud Clamiiitt Walter diriiviilvr CITY Mayor Kolierts Jietorder KMcliclhuirer Treasurer A Stock Nfuniiiii Mtirslial Geoire Hurt The Way of the Tin whole world loves tlie man Whether fie lie or Hut yields up its plunks In jtrwit liii chunks Totlieman with the surplus of Tlcc ivlicil MVirM ives Whos as silent all day the Hut its needless to mention it fives its attention To he fellow who up and The whole world loves the peaceful Who sees no occasion to Hut lie full rlKht of youll permit mo to It fives Hie slicnuoiis Indianapolis STATJiD every Sunday at 11 and Sabbath school Services every Second mass at Vespers at 7 FOLLOW THE CROWD the processions going the right You cant possibly make any mis take if you come direct to our store for cvetything in the furniture An article isnt necessarily a bargain because low in It may be cheap in price and still cheaper in A real bargain is big value for your money and thats what wean offering this Our stock is crowded with such The old saying is Seeing is believing and we will guarantee you bargains in furniture if you will Wo keep Presbyterian reaching every Sitli liatli at It and at Sabbath school Iastoi Ilviioliiiia every saliliath till m anil ii m schn 4 at Instor Johns Evangelical Services every Sunday at 10 school 2 ESTH Fountain regular meetings in Hull on evcnmiron or before full VdUUK T T Nu meets on 1 Siiturdiiy yvening of each weeic Odd Fellows Modern Woodman ot iiijrlit in each A E J Kujiular nitvtliiK M Sunday of each at at Hilieniian Knisihtsof KoseOoIx Mcut every Tuesday Ivwnlnn ut Oastle Diuiiel mill T adies Aid society of tlie church Jj meets Wednesday in the city in readiness when called Cabinet and Upholstery Ladies Aid society of tlie tierman Evangeli cal meets TlmrsOny Julius the Iicshyteilan Tlinrsday Van Ladies Aid society of i Ackley Cemetery society meets Thursday Ladies Aid of Kyjnifieliriil Lulli iriin cjliuixli meets Young LiidiosSiiilnlhy oft lie Catholic church meets once AtiiffKiu Addie Work a Loneliness of the I notice an item in the press stat ing that the City of Peking in her re cent trip sailed miles without meeting a single and this fact is cited as showing the loneliness of the Pacific says a writer in the Washington In the summer of 1850 I left Francisco on a sail vessel formerly from Baltimore for distant and on the which lasted forty three never saw a sail Loneliness is no word for especial ly whenVo lay becalmed in the trop with our vessel floating as help lessly about as a chip on a mill the ground swells keeping up the monotonous roll of tlio vessel iron side to all day and ant day after each roll being accom panied by a Hap of the sails and crcaHrig of the rigging that migh have passed for the flap of the wing and thS Svail of lost Whe we read about Noah and his ark are aptto think that ho must lun had rather lonely but then 1 was forty and betide with alltthe on boan he had plenty to occupy his time sine attention and if lie wanted amus ment to while away the time he hi only a sparring match b tweerr his monkeys and parrot is no report of any sue The fete days of an Kuglish childs life are emphatically his Much is always made of Kvrry one in the including HIM ser gives the a A cake is always made for with nge and many happy returns on its icing in colored The use of candles is German rather than and is not BO common over as though I have SCPII There is always a special with the childs particular dainties and a picnic or expedition From with its array of to with its beautiful ic birthday is a long and full holi Lessons are given ind eryone contributes in sonic way to ark the day with This istom is From Windsor istlc birthdays arc made very uch of iu and it is a poor ome over there that cannot make day from its cw York BRillEiERS I ANOS ABSOLUTELY them Pliyslchin and Heutsclier Olltce up stairs in the Aektrnraii entrance wcxi Ail culls diiy or promptly attended fflvoJi to diseases of women and general ntiiry Real Estate it ml Insurance BEND FOR Notary I Olliee over Kgjjurs harness of the U Conveyancing done and Lands bought and Ji tin Xyo ckley T of the peiici itnd Queens Physician ii ml lice lit first south of tlie Iresliyleiliiii Chicago There was an amicable meeting Yes terday in Codys dining tent at the Wild West camp of contestants Scientists say that tbc elluct of a low temperature on a cloud of vapor will lie shown in the precipitation of Acting on this it SCATjKS Attorney at lice on second lloor over Kxchansre Bank Will practice In all tlie State and Federal Attorney Law and Collection Mukfs i specialty of Kijiiity and Ultice over Physician and Oitice over lupins All calls day or will receive atten tion given toillseiiMSOf women Mild general and interested in the Chadronj Kuropcan iivillg the tropical re gions of India has invented a novel rain His apparatus con sists of i capable of rising to a height of a containing a reser voir of In its descent a para chutelike attachment opens causing the apparatus to descend At the same time the ether is thrown out in a line absorption of heat by the ether is said to lower the temperature of the sur air sufficiently to condense the uud hence cause This taciug a large number ot rockets would probably be required to cause a prolonged June of was shot by farmer who lives near Mr Wojohn having made n long journey Chicago cowboy race when ITart zci of thc committee was empowered by the committee and the cowboy racers present to refer settle mentof the awards to Iaul Fontaine of the Humane All interested parties offered to abide by whatever reward or decision Fontaine might The technical protest against Berry being the race was but in consideration of the fact that he rode a fair square race the boys recognized him to the extent of agree ing to Fontaiues decision letting him have out of Buffalo Hills Wild West purse of together with the saddle given by Montgomery Ward for the lirst man It was decided that Joe Oillespie was first in the race as per the jluulron Me was awarded of IN Plasterer and floes all kinds of Fancy Healer in stucco sand and All work Ack Itox Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke your Life Away is the startling title of a little hook that tells all about Notobao the harmless guaranteed tobacco habit The cost is trifling and the man who wants to quit and cant runs no physical or financial risk in using soicl by all Hook Indiana preceding on his but that because there was no moc cm newspaper reporter on tell a man cant realize what burst oneliness or comfort is until he has made some such and if he wants Helow half a mile m depth the of the ocean is intensely both winter and summer at point only slightly above he contents of a trawl hauled up rom the floor cf the sea at the will be found to include mud and ooze that is nearly All of the life iu the vast of waters called the Pacific is cither near the surface or at the The abyssal Ashes cannot live except under the enormous pressure of ing to over two tons to the square inch at three miles which they tire In order that they may be able to endure the tissues of their bodies and even their hones are very loose in Though solid enough under the con ditions lo which they are accustomed A Vicious Wilhiiii uncertain cliissul people tin idea prevails that what is good for tin is bud Inr I he indus trial and vice One fre quently liciirsji remark like this V want free silver briuse Hie bankers do not waul What is good for t bent is not good for me This idea Financial legislation reaches tlie employer and the employe If silver coin should depreciate to its bullion vjilue Hie farmers and working would be injuriously and seriously but the manu facturers iind would not profit by t he Business and markets would be money would be very this a tiling fur bankers Who thinks it would knows nothing of Millions of dollars arc loaned in on mortgages that call for gold or and some of them for gold While silver is kept it par these mortgages inav be paid in any kind ot money now lint if gold noes to a premium oidynoltl greenbacks will be One class of people hiivc been of the government fiat money and free silver coinage while they hivo been signing fora time and Would their mimes to I hose jjold Auot her class small have been ad vocal money and lending t heir cash on mort This is the situation 1 r lie crash comes nobody Illume the classes I bat have prolccled them They have not to biinn about the bad They have put out good money and want the in return The bor rowers have agreed lo tii And the borrowers include wurkimr business men of all coporal DCS Mlitics they are soft and pulpy when dragged up to the open Their eyes pro trude uul sometimes they actually to complete his education in that line lie should preface it with u tramp of miles over the mountains and across the deserts amid wolves and wild as thousands of 49ers If the appalling cyclone was only a periodical visitor like the seventeen year locust or the Asiatic people in the cyclone belt could sleep o1 nights with a reasonable expecta tion of waking iu the morning on the same farm where they laid them down the night Hut the great western cyclone usually chooses a day HO hot that ordinary hasnt energy enough to get out of tlie let alone moving the house and and just sails in to shake things up and only counts itself n lion ling success when jails and pri vate dwellings are gyrating iu the air with apple trees and folks thrown in us spectacular fragment of the whirl ing of an nounces that the Yale record for the highest average of general scholarship during the cutin course had been Wright himself made it in and has held it for n quarter of a It was M71 points out of i possible William of North vaicdie toriaii of the present graduating the student whose marks have eclipsed those ot all predecessors broken a record held for a quarter of i lie scored out of u possible and on titled to be called the champion stu Voiing IScgg is tlie sou of of North and last year was president of the Cleve land and Stevenson club at His record shows he was the best scholar ut Yule in twentylive buquc Special In little the people know of life within the prison walls and how eagerly the national holidays arc looked forward to and en joyed by tbc convicts confined in tbc penul institute at this Your correspondent the ever glorious witli the While we enjoyed tbc day very we feel that Warden Madden showed a parti ality in Crivor of the pciKoners ind against for be gave them a bounti ful dinner but did not invite us to par A heavy shmvcrcamc up at an early morning and it was de cided to postpone the un til Wednesday but sun came out the Wild West of the I on foot is supposed to have sat down Chadron and the revolver of fcrcd by and property awarded The purses as follows Buffalo Bills Wild West purse of Sf 110 John sfiiU George 2fi Al Joe Chadron purse of George James at drug stores or by mail Middle The Sterling Remedy iana Miucral i Joe iu road and fallen The farmer coming he saw a wolf or run thinking home af ter his and returned accompan ied by his They and then discovered their awful Wojohn only lived long enough to tell and will thoroughly investigate the We could not improve the quality if paid double the DeWilts Witch Hazel Halve is the best Salvo that experience can or thai money can A CaitiUical Iowa pulpiteerstartcdn crusade in the agricultural building at Worlds Fair by smashing up an exhibit of bottled and when he was arrested proclaimed Li 11 sell a martyr in the cause of tin About six months dalliance with the bridewell stout pile is Hit proper treatment Ior such and theyre whenever they bring the inllained Kansas and Iowa idea into realms word describes We refer to Viitch cures obstinate skin diseases is a well known cure for Monsignor who knew no Knulish whatever when he arrived in 1 his lias put in all his spare time studying that and is now so far proficient lie replied lo iii iidfinss of welcome at last week in a speech of consid erable Monsitcnor Statolli and his party are gointfto ilie Yellowstone National Park fora From tlierc they will proceed to California and then return to DHS Seasonable an abun dance of and very lifrht rain fall characterized the past mak ing it except ionably favorable Ior farm work iu id the advance men I of all 11 was a fitting dose to the mont h of which in Mils stale was eijnailed iind never The of COIM is alnut com pleted in all parts of lie Tlu Melds are very clean and the was never more promising at of the llayiniA1 is in the yield from fair lo very Oats are will fall somewhat below the Harvest of winter wheat will bejdii next week in the southern In some loealil ies past lives and Iocs ate loshosv I be need cd to vote on the mat and they de cided to celebnilc They wcii accordingly niven Hie libirly olthe with a huire barrel of lemonade near the and they enjoy ed themselves yames Ijiisc hall were in progress all the piteliino1 jxr Ionuiug on iimoiii and it was inter esting to observe 1 hem in little groups lrauk and Nate Kaiiisbaruvr dohiK life sentences and are great and successful and I1rank makes considerable money in this They antwo hi others and arc intelligent look ing and two better convicts were never con iiuii behind prison One works in the tailor shop and the other in TinIndians were as hilar ious any and paid lit lie attention to anything but cigars and the lemon All oclock i dinner was spread iu I lie lining of Hie fol lowing bill of fare One hundred and eighty mince loavc s IU 0 dillcrent style I e way he men got a way with the which s 1 at was a Tl e prisoners were airo al to COIIM rse with each other tvhilc SiJiKiun HDI d liciiiK afler eating clnsed the day lo I he con victs win were then taken to t evils and tbc forty guards tciveii ilic of the rain but generally I In turc is ample Vor present A very sad case of dealh Iroiu luck jaw i ceurred at Anamosa in I he danger childiYi by ncititf about a 10yearold son of stepped on a jiieee ot cutting a nash in the liotoom of liis It threw him into fnuu which he could not be lielit ciiiin utterly rigid soon aller tlie acci roiiiiiinini so until Davenport or the Viiiuihlaii j May 1st loOctober i ailwnv tapids unit Will sell rtliern 1 j to Chicago from Abboi i a rule in i Cor the round iii sale 1ioni h In ill to unlil inber lor all call in any agent of this Jf you can afford to be iiiinoyc1 by sick hetuhichcaiul dont 11 ic DeWilts Jjiltle Karly Kisers for these little pills will cure   

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