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Ackley World (Newspaper) - August 4, 1893, Ackley, Iowa 4 111 ID i 189 THE ASKLEY ITUiilSUEU Unc in If not paid in red at tile Post CMIIce assecomiclass mail LOCAL cents for live lines or Five cents jcr line for excess of live IOST Week Days to Sundays to CO5JXTY OFK1C County Auditor IIcik if Court Treasurer Sheriff Recorder of Schools Attorney County Surveyor W Moir Htiylan S Mary Tanner Ward riainpitl Hoard of Carpenter Joseph CITY Mayor Recorder Treasurer Assessoi Marshal lioherts KachelholVer A Stock Nuuinun liioisH Hart STAT K I ME Evangelical Services every Sunday at II and Sahhath school rjiitliollo Services every VD First mass Second mass at Vespers at 7 Preshyterlan Ireuclnnir every Sal H and 7 school at Pastor Preaching every sabbath Al Hit in p in sJhoil at A Iastor Johns Services every Sunday nt 10 Sunday school 2 Fountain regular meetings in Masonic Hall on Monday eveniuc on or before full No meets on 1 Saturday uvtimiir of enuh week it Odd Fellows 11 Modern oodman of itutrulur Jst and M hursday uhrlit in each A E J UcKular meeting 2d Sunday of each at lit Hlbertiltia HallM C Vim T A O Biicn SLC V IV 177 Meet Jtusday veiling ftt I S Rebuts and DmlU Ladles Aid society of church meets Wednesday semimonthly Ladles Aid society of the German Evangeli cal meets Thursday afternoon Julius 1res Ladles Aid society of the Presbyterian meets on Thursday afternoons Mrs Van Kooscvelt Sec Ackley Cemetery society meets Thursday 11 Ladies Aid society of lie Kvaiiielical Luth eran church meets Mrs young ies Sodality of lie Catholic clutrcl 1 meets a Sullivan Addie Pliysliltin Kiid DcufMlier Utllei up stairs In UK AoKenniiii iMitiance west At lay DionijiMy attended to Special attention tlven to of woinei and Notary Iteal Estate and InMiia UIHce OVLJ harness shop Justice if he peace and ollecton Ajrcnl and1 Lands iinil Ollico in the Nyo ckley GraduJite Queens Physielaii and Iiri at house south o Ireshyteriaii SOALKS Alliirniy iind olleer Ion Cf tiiH on floor over Haul Will jractice in all Stan and Federal A tdirney LHIV jinrt I ollecl ion Ajrent t Tobacco Spit or Snwkc your Life Away is the truthful startling titloof a little book that all about Nolobac the wonderful harmless guaranteed tobacco habi The cost is trilling and tin man who wants to quit and cant runs no physical or financial risk in usiiu sold by all druggists Hook at drug stores or by mail free The Sterling Remedy Indiana Mineral But Oh My HcKgs Little Oiiint Tills beat In They act like magic with n bad One pill a dose 10 dosef one Sold and guaranteed by the K R U TO M Something1 Nice in Willow is an exceedingly comfortable article to have about you at this time of the Summer is the willow and not either the weeping comes in when you dont have There isnt the slightest reason in the world why you shouldnt have everything required for sum mer comfort in the way of willow ware when we are making such tempt ing olfors on our new Some things are necessaries other things are but willow furniture nowadays is both a necessity and a It is necessary that yon should have it to lie and comfort is a necessity of have THE FINEST in the city in readiness when called Cabinet and Upholstery Work a AOKLEY MILLERS FM ANOSS ABSOLUTELY FIRST them 1 I S von What is born and bred in man sticks to is a saying more wise than We have all met the woman luxuriously enter taining in genial of yet lacking the essential charm of a refined and reCming It is a charm that can no more be analyzed than can the scent of a It is an influence that goes with the very presence of its owner whether she be silent or grave or It is born and bred in It is not put away with her society gown and appropriated with It is the manly tenderness of her father and the womanly grace of her mother com bined in the daughters And tins nature has been polished and at tuned until its inlluence is irresisti Home training added the per manent Bobby Jones and Wliin I was When you were wlmt stic Wlien 1 WHS With a tliisU in liis blue didnt you know I wis little Said Hobby Jones to me The teeniest liltle ever a man did see And 1 neViM conllded to Hubby And hope he never wns Iu at lliattlme WMS tiny still llo live years And t say to all parents who An blmi nith 1 111 t hlin If they think theyre Kreat and in The Register at it Again Blood is on the The Slate of DCS lias roken out with the itch of ind is icaclj to lei slip the dogs of ivai It assails the picsuit ration With expletives the mildest of which aie coppeihemt We thmk the llcgistei is light None but a disloyal admmistiation would for amoment think of arrest ing so good and loyal a as Geo VmiLeincn for the slight of fence of swindling the goA eminent out of Several hundred lars in fiiuidnlcnt pensions When icpubhcan is thus depindd of hie lightsno dont blnnio the lleg istei foi howling Tkeic is the pension Mar ot New who toigcil cudcncc iu a lot of pension cases and is now in the penitentwiy foi peven jCais What light has un rebel1 demociatic administiation to send a tuilj lojal pensioi attoiney to the penitentialy foi mere ly fogging evidence so as to rob the of a few thousands of dol H rj lass foi the benefit of needy pension who had to whack up with Mar in oidei to get then share there was that other icpubh The Iowa Vntral railway now have on sue at very low rates excursion tickets to Lake Okolioji White Hear Detroit Dev ils Spring Kxcelsior West and all the famous resorls in the Colo rado Mauitou and the noted Colorado Kor rates and further information call on agents of the Iowa Central railway or address trallic Is your hair falling out or turning gray Do not get discouraged and say it cannot be Heggs Hair Ite newer will effectually stop We give a positive guarantee with every bot All aboard for the circus at Mar shall town next Fore pa cheap A day of sight sec ing and good time for A big crowd will doubtless attend tin Adam Korepauglfs shows at Marshall town August when tin railroads will oiler a specially vedueec rate for all those who desire to alt em from a Hesldes all standard features of hippo willi a list of slHi performers far in excess of any cvei before there has been added the shows a magnificent t ion of the and Hattlcs o 177ii the American Kevolut This is in such a manner that it lie by the simplest all the glorious story of how the great for American free dom was fought and In it will appear nearly women and children about superb special scenery the largest ever punt ed all the accoutrements of and all given upon a mammoth pavil and the space occupied by 1 he three rings and two stages of the cir cus add I he I rack of i he In addition to this splendid and pa triotic novelty there are many other features never before Among the many are lie group of trained animals ever placed on exhibi t ion and including sixty wild beasts who have been brought under com plete subjection to their Xew England manufacturers in au thorized say that Iliiancial unrest caused by the operation of the Sherman act is what has caused so many of them to shut Tin Iowa State Register says it is the fear of free Which is in the best position to knowVDes Moiiies Leader can feiBBipn attorney down in Virgin is VvW It of loyal niggers themselvci that the treasury might be looted o something like The Cievc land copperhead administration ough to be denounced by all truly loyal re publicans for interfering with him That was getting rid of a surplus piled up by Clevelands former relic and was n mos praiseworthy The Register should keep up tin good Every time it finds worthy pensioner who has been deprived of his pittance becansi he had worn corns on his feet or be bald from the effects of typhoU it should howl rebel until i rends the heavens it should vocifc vato cawperhcad until i drowns the thunder of the Niagara it should yell disloyal until Salai joins the Presbyterian Suel exhibitions probably ease the mint of the They dont hnr anyone Martial law should be proclaimcc at The militia should be order ed under arms and the police reserve kept in Waite is cominj of lie come ostensibly to attend the eon but there is foam upon hi whiskers and blood in his licry eye lie means war and if is idletodclud ourselves with vain hopes that hi visit will be unmarked by slaughter His snickersnee has a raxor edge on Vegetation withers beneath his Railroad trains run oil the track when he lie is a sanguinary And he has his bridle with On the pinnacle of the Temple that bridle will hi and a pro cess will begin which shall continue until the eager waves of ruddy gore lap ilie throatlatch of that historic piece of The outlook is full of terror and no refuge is in No mercy be expect NVaile is and to make matters worse Tom Patterson is coin ing with The jig is An silver producer digs iiulvf lu irrains of silver and asks hat he be permitted to take it to the idled States mint and have it coined I publicexpense into a The wheat producer by his labor is coincid nakes the earth produce a ntsliel of which is worth about the iiiine us the silver in a silver dollar iins w he it is gi IK i ilh H pusi nti d in OlllimiCt b WIllllOUSl UlllplS liowing liat he comincdity is in ixistcncc and is available on demand jn the surrender of the cert ideate Why should UioTiSilvci1 producer lave his product stamped of a value 40 pei cent higliei than its com meicml while the wheat giow ers ptodnot remains Hc xttc the silvci is coined the giams ivill buy a bushel of wheat Aftei it coined jt will buy abushel faiA a ialf of c silver producers is bo cqnallj just to stamp vvaletfotfso certificates of in stoic legal tenders at the rate of SI for each bushel ofwheat they represent Yet what honest f inner would such a Ilenild The Textile World states that four now plush factones wcic established m the fust hall of and none at all in the lust half of 180J The McKmley act gave gieatly increased protection to the Aincncan manu facture ot plushes fioat things wcie expected fiom this legislation The plush indnstiy foi the snpplj of the i American market was to be trunp fcired to this country Soon the pro tectionist ainoinced tnuinph an English concern hac1 started plush factoiy in Connecticut long bcfoic the last presidential election tteSfc game or gans printed a dispatch statlpg tha woijfcbi tory had be on account of light and since then the machinery for he manufac ture of plush has been replaced bj machinery for the manufacture o Very soon after the pas sage of the McKinley act wages were reduced in Pennsylvania plush factories on account of small In this case legislation raised hopes and utterly failed to accomplish its result was waste of capital and reduction Of In other cases there is a temporary reali zation of followed by fierce failures and a discharge of In order to obviate some of these results com binations to restrict production and maintain prices have sprung up in every These are some of the natural fruits of our artilieml Under n natural system such fruits would lie reduced to a minimum because the factors entering into bus iness calculations would be fewer and and there would be no fear that calculations would be vitiat ed by some capricious act of Suicide appears in be epidemic in his city ivery inonniiL contain accumifs of from one to a halfdoxen eases of self It has Iren preltv well established that a high tempera an increased centage oi an as menial erration is more frequent during hot season than in cooler it h is bu n iigmd th tt ill i ictiuiibli toniMiiU iiiMifftp foiin I he giovunj tindinu of p bint ipon suicide to ehgysi vsti uigo in 1 methods of Lillmg them selus lends loloi to the thooiw q1 he case of who tilled his noiith with gunpower and blew icul to pieci was clcai one of fW with the people who take lat stijthnmc uid other agents of dcsli notion which entnl gieat agonj bcfoie deith ensues sane man would chhnofoim 01 otiejbf tho acCompUslt his end It H to wVipt tbo msaiiity thcoiy m mnny if not i majority of the cases now being andasthatthcoj isthechtui tabk one it will lecene the support of those who do riot wish to belicics that tho human lainilj is Heuild Didjouevei SCL tlu bu Jcttctr X on the sides of some ol the box cai ption asks why this lottoi is on borne of the Illinois Ccntuil cars and not on wliat docs it de note The i e ison is this The cat 4 having the big X on b illfand about tlicirtiuoks as to ucl tnit of th6 and and guage u uck foimotly i panys southci n thub siii ing ond case known to medical science of human being being covered with warts from head to foot has been brought to in this The case is that of a an extraordinarily mature child for her and until within a few months the possessor of rare warts tlrst appeared eight years but not until recently did they to mul tiply in any Within the past they have spread until every square inch of herskin is covered with The only similar known is that of a museum Kdward Halhas much with ibe that a clergyman must work six days over i lie says A sermon consists of about I take a cup of collce before break fast and write about six In the morning 1 dictate I o my amanuensis 1 am intensely interested in the and this takes only a juarter of an In the afternoon 1 look it over and add ilOO orliOO words and the sermon is In I havent pub my hand for over two hours to All doubt is over at There is no longer excuse for in any quarter as to the cause of this sum mers disturbances in business and II naneial Steve1 lOlkins has prevailed upon to brcnk his si lence and tell us just what is the mat This Steve doe est Cliicago u a leading dry deal er lie has Home creditors will be paid by who assumes the mortgages on usual do but when he dies it it is The sum of it all is that the country has Uone to the dotfs it turned Steve Klkins out of i lie war depart a few months Louisville There is about as much sense in blaming the democratic party for liie prevailing linnneinl distress us there would be in lidding a doctor respon It takes ol the condition a patutnl w 1 linn than a column to he had just lieeu called in to be fore a single dose of medicitu had been Itepubliean has just been dismissed after years of and he must lie blamed if the patient is in a had If lifter a fair trial Democrats reiu ilies fail to jjiind i will thiii lie time enough to blame 1erry DeWitls Witch 11 axel Salve euros Witts Witch Halve cures DeWitls Witch Salve cures Jlaxel Salve cures July this races llammoiiil today a running horse OWIUH by of dropped dead on the track by tin burst iny of a lilnid horse was value I at The rider was unable to control the and lie ran until lie dropped rider was A jmim ordained thai the jiunisliulent to be met dni i o two boys I u outj lit I ie Io re him fur house1 breaking should be a severe 1 hiashing with a rawhide at the hands ot their The ininishurnt was accord ingly given in the court jury aid loi kin
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