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   Ackley World (Newspaper) - July 21, 1893, Ackley, Iowa                                JULY THE AGKLEY KVKKV in If mil iKiiil in at tin1 lot niliee niil eeiits for live lines ni Iive fin1 exiis of five Sundays K U M M to COUNTY County Auditor Clerk Treasurer SheiilV of Sehools County Attorney I County Surveyor Hosiril of Supervisors alter Joseiili W Mull1 Kiljrjiiudin Mary A Tinnier Ward CITY MIIVOI Roberts Treasurer Marshal A NeuMiaii Georee ST AT K 1 KT1X h Sumliiy Vi iiiiil Salihutii Mhool Servlees every V9 mass mass at Vespers at i A niver a Krtin t he eoninii n mini M i Why lsilieiciijiiiilil ilia Io lijlilfii and elieer up our Tin1 moon is eeiinoiniliUe mid Tin stars aiv all and Golden is all our Lotil And silver Is silvery rain falls Iml rain thai Tim ronl a ins not hinu inn i The eanuot lint And men anha id lia ve no laresliyterlan Ireacliini every fali j buili at 11 null at T Sahbath school Iaslor every siihhath lln in iul in S l at Iaslor Services Something Nice in Willow is an exceedingly eomiorlablo article to have about you at this oC the year Summer is the willow and not weeping cither the Wepinocomes in when you dont have There isnt the slightest rcison in the world why you shouldnt have everything required for sum mer comfort in the way of willow ware when we are making such tcmpt inoilers on our new Some things are necessaries other things are luxuries but willow nowadays is both a necessity and a It is necessary that you should have it to be and comfoit is a necessity of We have Johns Evaiieliciil every Sunday Sunday itiiln regular Miisonie Hall on evening T W in the city in readiness when called T No meets on 1 eucli at Odd Fellows Modern Wnnclmuu of meeting 1st iind ild OIL Ii A E i Regular meeting at ni KnlKhtsof Oolx Meet every Tuesday ufe Castle Daniel of T Aid society of 1he church U meets Wudnesiliiy Ladies Aid society of the German EvaiiReii cul meets Thursday Julius Ladies Aid society of the Ireshyteiiau incttriOti Thursday Cimotory snclcly meets Th Ladies Aid society of Hie JjUih eran church Younir Ladies Sodality of meets once a Addle I Wlxat a President There is idea that the presidents salary of fifty thousand a year is all that he This is a In addition to his the president receives thirtysix thou sand and sixtyfour dollars to he bnhirica of his dorks and subor His private secret ury 1ms three thoiisimd two hundred and fifty his nssistnnt seeretary fiels two thousand hundred and fifty the slenojjraplier get eight hundred each of the five messengers twelve hundred the steward eighteen hundred of door twelve hundred while all the other employes ure paid in proportioi down to the mini takes cure o who receives eight hnndrei and sixtyfour In additioi eight thousand dollars is allowed to such as stationery am hundred dollars fo and two thoi sahd five hundred dollars for fne four thousand dollars for the have nuticed s 1 do not understand bicycle said a young who re cently invested in a wheil ami in several hours a day on the is 1 have noticed p who not llirting if they the weali were walking on the street or riding j in an ordinary proceed I with one accord to harm less Ilirtations when they arc out 1 do not iaid the I hey indulge in con duct that is hold or especially objcc Day TM i i N IM I ill1 fifteen thousand dolltu t hi 1 lie i iiuluii in Iliit iiiil uudii stiiy iillicvciiiiiinsliiiicis nv certain litllc ilirhitious when icy Utt m i Tlie noiilumk nnl lull tile yuMiii iiiali lliis is it lie the xhilnnilmir cxereisc yiiiuii us well us iniMi anil specially Ite atise liieyclinj is PO mcoiiYctitmiial htil leuils to make those who in ulm in for tlus uonei tin trict eDHYeutionalitits nl As ho Kid no reasons to olier that were mure the young man uccivptel this In trains The Niw York Trimi I he suppnil ion for t and en t lie slat prison oilicias from thai dignitary A in speak ing of I he said ill Ihe world did the i hi I he count ge t he idea t one can ouch or remove a hudy mi il tho foi gas and Inail the president and his house country oYer one hundred and twentyfive thousand dolliirs CY ery twelve CAlt Physician and UHice up slntrs in Ihe Ackeriifliii entrance west All calls day or nljiht promptly attended Specinl nt tent ion fiven to of and jiiiiinil Notaiy Keal Kslatiami Insurance Dllice over FKuers harness Justice of I lie truce anil Colleelon AKCIII IoliviVlineiim done mid Llllids llollKht iiii Ihe 1 lueens and 1 lice a liivt house south o SCALKS Attorney ill and oiled tin Of lice on second Hi miover Ivxchii Itanl Attorney at and Collection Acttil a of Kqiily mailers R ANOS ABSOLUTELY Examine them at o July If there s been any doubt as to the inten tions of the populist government to reorgnnixe the militia in the interests of the populists the following extract from the State Print ers Snows should set such doubts at The speak ing of the disbanding of four com panies of militia which took part against the state authorities in the legislative troubles last winter and the organization of two companies of cav says We want to go right along as he is Itont be caught in last winters Have men will obey orders and will have qualms of riddling the carcasses of those who attempt to tear down a legally elected The shooting of a few score republican erconiuircls last win ter would have been a blcssintr to A very considorable number of statesmen are now engaged in draft ing tariff bills which they hope to have adopted as administration meas By far the best of as far as we are familiar with is that drawn under the auspices of the New York Reform bill is based squarely on the democratic platform of for revenue and the bill the ways and means com mittee reports must lie equally good if it is to be forced through congress in the name of the Io be supported by the arid reformers of the democratic party the tatill bill must not take from the free list any article is now it mvst not New stories of Sir Walter Scott are y cropping just as they are anil I am i f tlutV many of them have been invented since tho death of those great Recently I heard the following story of Walter in and my informant vouched for its truth Sir Walter was sitting in his libra ry one day when tall highlander who hud been building an inn near by came in and said it please Sir I am goin to call my place Flod den and as yeve writ a poem on FUnlden Field it struck me and the gtiid wife thai you might gie us a line for a Have you road the poem asked Sir Im naa Then you know nothing about if but Ive heert them sny as knows that its a vera fine 1 would advise you to take a verse from the poem Alkl whatll be weary and The cold s to liuiidingis a thing of the but it is not too lute to put on record the disgraceful that it was a lire trap and was known to be a lire by its owners and It is not for us to tix the responsibility that belongs to private conscience perhaps the coroners Hut we set down as a fact that the horrors of yesterday could not have occurred if the structure had becnlmill as it should have been built iC a short sighted and miserable pe nury had not been permitted to over ride every consideration of humanity and Let the coroner fix the We believe that there are no more such buildings in Jackson Certainly arc none such cxposoc to clanger of And happily so for if thure if the vt construction were so it would 1 far better to close the Fair today thai that such another burnt offering o brave men should be exposed on tb altar of my sins wull na be and the pruyin there is the less drinkin therell and 1 mi want laughed Sir taxes that will average over 111 per i it not provide any rate think I can fix the verse by leaving out an How will it lie then weary drink and Dont Tobacco Spit or Smok your Away is the truthful startling titleof a book that tell all about the wonderful harmless guaranteed tobacco habi Tin cost is trilling and th man who wants to quit and can t run no physical or financial risk in usin sold by all Book at drug stores or by mail The Sterling licmedy Indiana Mineral But Oh My Hegtis Little Giant Tills beat the They act like magic wilh no bad One pill a dose 40 doses one Sold arid guaranteed by this that is high enough to be restrictive this state and of invaluable to j whether the article on which it s mid in the hour of levied is made in this y or need it was found that the Mate I it must reduce duties to a rate Unit militia was a nest of j will produce no surplus above the or just the mlll on sile 111 very low rales excursion tickets 10 Clear Lake White Hear Dev ils Moof Spriim Kxcclsim1 and all the famous resorls in the rado Manitou and the noted Colorado For rates and further informal ion cull on agents of the Iowa Central rail way or address traffic SI10 Ther is man in Kansas who savs his wile is a better cooi lie is a Many curious and int sights are seen on the Midway this street of all the Mecca of all visitors to the great Worlds at Chicago but amoag all its exhibits the of the Swiss Alps is doubtless the most highly To those whose good for tune it has been to go this panorama awakens old and to the many who have been less for tunate this really grand painting is a It is a perfect represen tation of the Obcr as it would appear in all the immensity of reality t a sightseer in the midst of the The ilu sion is made perfect by truthful ness of local color an 1 by thy vigor ous and sincere painting of ar lists as Haudliovy and This superb canvas was taint ed in for the express purpose of exhibition at the Worlds and has reeive 1 the well sfiYLd encomium i of all the leading i I his there never was a more idiculous and absurd piece oluon The stated by the New Yurie ittorney are only too and with id provisions wit hoiil any we hear daily of go ing through just such foolish thinking that the law compels law is very plain in and says postively shall only bold where UITC is reason to believe thai doecaseil to his deatli by foul means and there is real ly no necessity of notifying the coron much less In keeping ex posed to either tho beat or public and where Uicueath has been foul the hiw docs say that it shall nob be properiyCHrea The only object in leaving it where found is to enable the coroner and his jury to view itand the circumstances about si as I o him in determining even those who llrst saw it are competent and Ihe law iocs not contemplate it shall be left and neglected as is frequently Hurlinojton WKST fall farmers in t his tr of i be slate in cm i ac TI of win or live ITCS an ri Tlie erain is now alrmt ready fur harvesting and Uie of experiment is very I is esLimatcd I hi yield run b fween 25 and I per acre and the qmlity i of tb overy fariiur in this of Hi slat has direi or in ami fail s tim sas mills of ern for the pint few have cit c llrlack of Tlic rr b oloctinii in liis 1wll n liint super of suprein state are in hundred iie senators who eii are dcmo did Hainn p iision a man ITI expenses of the leaving pensions to be provided for by a special and finally it must make taxation lightest on such nec essaries of life as leaving i Webster City tiiaphie thc heaviest duties to be levied on ari loser tides of Louis lie 1 shall never marry until i meet a woman who is my direct oppo She there are numbers of intelligent girls right in this in Some of the urgent advocates of the free coinage of silver in the country are republican This is not so strange when ii is consider ed that several strong republican states are represented in congress by free silver City corns on and paid him ill rale of VliJ ii month and for the Another man was pen sioned for deafness and being a clerk in tlie pension oflicc jiiil in charge of the Then1 N no doubt that Itaum leli a bit1 job of cleaning fir Lochivji and Loohron lias set about il like a Louisville Findimj that Clunv Castle would mer guests in Scotland Andrew Car uegie hits rented Craigdhu two miles If you can afford to be by sick headache and dont HeWitts Little Karly llisers for thcsff little will cure Slalisfios of robbery show that Iowa heads Ihe column of stales in this nefarious Such a staid old moral so nnl be to take part in my such icago very low For the excursion of ticket s are good returninu or For excursion of lickols an good reluming lib or For excursion of Ttli arc good reluming llth or Knr further inforniation call on or address any agent of his company or Cedar llip   

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