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Ackley Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 2, 1875, Ackley, Iowa APKlt WHITE EWTOttS At Hatdin C COUMTJKTGHT ASH Terms of Subscription mo jtnf Olio six in 101 Kl OvHcB Hi Iiiilqicnrtcnt Kiillrond wnvnUt At kluy Itnusb lluliulii aiitl prnlwiflnhiil cnnW fif flM lines or luttti Wl tfti h niimtlovmt lino 1 00 Inserted at t on application Ai IIlls UiiUst Vms IJILII iiiliirijocl inul till Hit luodiin ini iraotus Iwwns on Irht Free Mitis to and from nil iln Iowa moDm of nil kinds exei uteri in a ncnt nnil dhe Hsu unlli GENERAL u II Olltnun M OConilull Clreult Cltrlv District Attornej County 4 frlsliiq JJonMti Jlcconler Trenitmr t h Prniik Supt of bJiboli MONITOR HOI toii ElTW Iroiirli Nirtr llutlinfftnn Cedar Tails Mood atiiii tiittuinmodrttioiis i R W lottn alirt Terms Draymen All Tli ere are many you loyo more than arc there and With a cob and groan she fell at his I staited but Ghnrlje caught and held me Not vet 1 GEOKCE tnulraiisfer ln ImjfKiiKC ftml pniknKu on liiuid to tiniiskr iKC ftml 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emu paid AlHtactMii litlc riiritMuil ImnOn nml anilUuil IJitntubuiluussuLiiLnillN iittvndLil to Only Written for this iiy yorsna It many long days since yet I icmcmber it all just as though it occuricd but I was a girl of seventeen and many I was boarding with my parents it Lake Bhoie One pleiiant the first of I fitting in my room which Not yet ho George to his looking at sitid rf girl She loves she did not uudcistaud her ardent Clara Evciitt docs very well to flirt but will never be a At tins display of coldhem ted wick I bpraug forward and seized him by the You wictch You scoundrel You VILLIAN I hissed tluough my closed He uttered a cry of fear and would have but iumy auger I strong and held him Look I Look See what you have done You played With her affections You won her hoait but to spurn it at at you feet Thii you have done for the fun of flitting George Ficemaut 2 say 7 The proud man and walked away with a dogged I watched him out of and then tinned to Charlie had placed the appar ently lifeless form updn a and started for I bent oycr smoothed back the abundant cuilsfroln the fair and chafed her cold With tho help of water and our united effoits we at length suc ceeded in i cstoring her to conscious ness I had drawn her head my lap and patiently watched for the fiist quivering Dining this time Jhai lie and I had vaieely spo Our were upon what we had just do you know this George Freeman do I told him I did that he was an old but that we had not met for years that he had tried to win my but being a willful I had m vor caicd for although when he reached nianhood He Ciyic 1 tnectinps of Iountnlii Loilpc Jll A K vV A M on orlicluri1 nill f inram o ittiihmonth Moiulm ulslit llri tUroii Hroiorcllnlh linltul tomctt Wit Koiinni W ih II linptvr nuots CMH 1st Hud 4idWudncisdny of imuh at Miisonlo iiru oordjully invitud tomtet with MrrM Irs K o o Chnrnrln Lniljro Nn I O O r on 1 lnnrtii of tlioli Hall over Martin Visiting HUM oriUnlh invited j hue Arrive at from tlie EiUit friiin the from thii North 7 M from the Attorneys f OILMAN Attorney and Cnuniullor nt JL Inrdin alto b Court 1 II Attorney C tf lliKHiis Kluiicl iWdliUountj Collcetiou A Ill VTT Altoniey and Hnrdln JOMR 1rompt attention pnld to Attorney nnd Connsdloi at Will timrtiiO in idl the of Keftl Entatu mid IWKunmco follei lions mid Ti V and Connsollor ut Martin i Attornsy nnd Connseilov nt Jowa Oflke sotond door of Klpley Hcj 4 jAi S IhislUau Iowa and L Ihsdcittii and Jim d Oillce In Drug bonb HOI I law GiiUo in 11 ud 1 VON M liotanlb Uvulvohfr Iowa Oipco thrco doors of thi 1oiit Culls promptly attoniled day or Particular utUjntlonghim to all forms of Otrunlc DU J K burmson All liindH of duuu nt reasonulilu I Jiuve eoiue to Aekley with inttunlloii of milk inil it my and would 1m pleased to havo you ujoa UlUuu over Muyorv Furni ilwo Jf UK u btet KKCKKU iiowuiiiK and Jliiir tuttiuu dout uji in btles of the art Ioiihoriul bboji one oyeilooked tlie also the tiont and cvcrtil miles of beautiful thinking how pleayuit it was live in biich a when a carriage ftrovo1 nnd ladies alighted the a fine look ing person of sonic fifty years hoi a young who might have beenjier They and lined rooms next to I was glad of for I thought I might find au agiceuble companion m the youngei But as twilight crept my reverie wasbiokcubya familiar step in the hall and a light knockat my I opeiicd it to my w ho invited me to I acoepted the tin owing a light bhawl aiouiid wo descended the and directed our steps Unuuds the It was a lovely spot situated near the Where beautiful fioweis uud sluubbery blos and coinfoi table icats been placed for the pleasure We euteied the took aietiral and continued our conversation in low We were talking about the new CJmrlie liad received coubiderable infoimation and gladly imparted it to The girls mime was Clara Everitt very aho very I asked her Scarcely said The elder lady w her as I had Just then we heard approaching Looking up we bcjiejcl a gentleman with a ladv on his entering tlie They took a scat near evidently not iijvare of our as a loigo lose paitly concealed us from Wo iccog niml the new Miss In the gentleman I Was surprised to recognize my old George They were laughing and talking in a careless and as she confidently returned Freemans looked very The smiles gave her face a heavonjy ex Charlie touclied my arm and mo tioned me to be Much as I disliked the rolo of I obeyed and we watcjieu and said three weeks ago tonight you promised to be I placed that band of gold upon hand with of en told rue of your Sher low cued her head in George I told you thai I loved That b true but if I make youmy wife I mubt break an engagement with e She replaced the ring that he wouldf He may repent Bte may come for his Clara instead I was watching With clasped and eyes gating into the starry was utteimg after jnayci fW her brgottoh the presence T 1 she had of sthingersj ma thought oijly of 1 shall icvcr forget the look of perfect love in her beautiful I took her hand in is it possible that your young heart is so piue aild innocent that it docs not revolt at this great wicked paid her Was ti though lie does lovo an other moie than I shall love him just the He is my my jnly I forgive I shall watch and wait for his Her ticmblitig lips the eye K fell upon cheeks wet with unbid den and I sighed as I kissed her uplifted knowing but too well how veiy unwoithy George Freeman was of a How long I would havjf knelt there in the long leverie that enfolded I know if Chailie had not then Come these white robes are not fit protectors from the night I and mechanically drew my shawl aiound and then assisted Claia to anange Not a woid Charlie took an arm of Claras suppressed sob alone bioke the of the Ah thought still weeping oer the wickedness of man As w e left the place I and gazed once more upon the lovely wondering if its walls of foliage would ever again witness the sorrow some times caused by only Washburns Woik in Catching The Aroadirtn Boy a Broad White Forfehead and a Soft Brown t t Young Covllle was out looking for a ride Friday He had his sled with and he wanted to fasten it to df Afl opportunity finally presented It was ft farmer who was atid he had two good Hfe the back of tlie watching the Vari ous village He a pale with broad forehead a soft brown Nb one can read charac ter as well as and when Mas ter Coville looked into the coun the heput after the sleigh all lua ami catching up to himself on the keeping his eye firmly fixed on the Then the young Shrrturned her expectant rlio nj frlwtVfc t nud he U me we ieclais Jen and I youVancJ George appealed voiy and Ah said thankfulmay you be that you could resist his he looked b upon poor Claia she is So so iiiuocent and How liow for such a hean herb to bioken by a flirt Our conveiCation was heie stopped by the opening of Claras Theie w a a w haunted look in beaul tiiul j m on iho dud You are better With a sigh she after lontr and cniucstly upon the sleeping watcis of the ful she said Where ihef my dailhig at but he motioneri Miss although I de no you when ydju ar intioducti to sat heie Freeman I looked at Her to see what effect my words would At the men tion of her lost Covers a shudder passed oer her slender but she looked at me and Yousat so near I that wo could nothelj but hear all that passed between and uninten tionally heaid your You will forgive will you Miss Everitt I paused for an but none I my voice sounded strange and you know the Gcoige wjis fooling When you fell at his feet in a he only sneered at Do not weep I know it is hard but you must I sprang to your and in scorn dismissed him from the Where he is now I know I censed and all was And a stillness Tho gentle breeze stirring the leaves of tree and caused the shadows to flicker hither and thither the little sang on undisturbed oer its pebbled bed occasionally the twitterings of a bird was heard the solemn radianpe of the moon seemed but to deepen the sadness on Chuas 1 foigot that door of w yraiicls htore There are many I She inten up of the his A short time says the New York Times of Saturday Albert N d resident of arrested on the charge of passing counterfeit So notes pui porting to be issued by the Tiadeis National Bank of He swore that in this money had been sent to him fiom New by a man named George Albert in payment for Mason was found at the Park in thib by service detect and closely by them for tjie past few According to their Major Chief of the Socrct Rorvicc svw Colo tic William exChief of the Secret Hervice coniing out of the ferryhouse at the foot of Cortlanclt on last Thuisday and followed him to the Park nshe reason to believe that Mason would attempt to see Wood at that Majoi it is secured a room adjoining Colonel and shortly afterward about saw that a card was sent to Colonel Woods room and farmer boy that Coville get on his ownsled and would hold the rope for little The offer was accepted It Master Coville mounted his ownf he rode in to of every boy he Getting tow ard the the who was quite hurried and Master Coville tried to look ahead w ithout but it was the speed was so When1 the party got by Granyille youtig Coville told the farnler boy that hed be going and if hed kindly drop tlie hed confer a The farmer boy smiled a rural but didnt relax his hold on the YoungCoville but rather aftd again re the the soft was and the rope still remained in the owners Young Coville began to look It was after 5 and would be dark in an and here he was sail ing out irlto the country at the rate of eight miles an Let go of why dont you The farmer boy of those blosoming smiles which told of green dells and moss fringed If you dont let go of that rope Ill just get into that sleigh and mash yer darned old snoot suggested young which was a very imprudent statement in view of the fact that every muscle was eugaged hi keeping i es William art Mffad esteemed of JitMbfi suicide on the 26th hatoging limb of a Stoeause tfrfn v t VI The ice inttheMissouri began moving on the aftft at with every indication mediate breaking up and mBes there all the trlbutrtriVfreeJ overfW ifig thefr bdtlksr and macfVtfamtge already b6eh Waterloo1 now a ftion in the shape The manifestations of doors at tie sweepin hands over sleepers ana sotTnds the heavy bodies the to the great disturbance of the It may be possible Tiltons ghost has1 got is dnlv on a hunt for the1 girls iuJttgje tfp The announcement is expects to thbjStatein jihstitute work in in the no has done more lasting schools of Iowa than who is always so public gbod as he Has1 missed by thehosts whom he leaves in Mrf Smart hasserered Msjcon ngctiou with the and a member of the firmof Girton excel lent connected with the travelling agent for well and favorably Miown offi cers of eyeryvcounty The Reporter is prospering fine aud has friendsall over Vl Marshal for Heberling Noithern This il good imt taj allj puts ovitof ouTrtowisman Wood Soud him up that Mason then came and Wood said that he would be ready to see him in a few minutes tjiat Mason tlion out and was hejzed by scciet service and endenvoied to destroy some iiboiit which noth ing more definite can be given at pres ent without defeating the ends of jus Mason was taken before Com missioner Shiels yesteiday and held for examination in default of He was cool aiu self saying that there was no case against and that Colonel Wood Was his friend and would see him throughThe detectives say that they mve not the slightest reason to suppose that there is anything in the case to criminally inculpate Colonel They further btate that Mason was arrested during the war on the charge of being a rebel spy j was tiled and and sentenced to imprisonment for the sentence being subsequently remitted on condi tion that he would leave the United States1 never to and that he ent to and reniaSnr ed there until last when he came to this It is alleged that there was good ground for tus pecting him of being concerned in the conspiracy which resulted in the assas jnation of President But the farmer lad did not let He kept his liqld of the and kept up the the waving grain and blooming daisy Ill make you laugh on the other side of your mouth if you dont let go of that shouted young as he saw the paved sidewalks give way to and gardens dissolve into snowclad On they the fanner lad smil ing so and young Coville giatiug his d shouting the awful he would do in About four miles out of and as they were passing through a heavy the farmer boy smiled a broad and let go of the and as the pleigh darted the rope passed under the bringing it up so suddenly as to throw young Coville heels over head into the When he got the sleigh was going over a and his tormentor was throwing agricultural kisses at It was latoat night when Master Coville reached hjs but he went to bed there WOTQ thirteen snow soaked with freezing alowly but surely on a board in the back Dahbury 4 STATE be looked upon with much favor in this t Shattuck has un doubtedly been tfie most persififtnt and successful deputy ever a nd Jt is a inatter that the go Vermont thellejefit of his experience her have over the country are the population this year by es and fours at a And yet Jhe noble army we Jook in or any such names as Harriet QHve Annie qr Susan We Fbe piemature jn our gn the months ago jor it Iowa City charges for wjne and beer licenses and has 44 U ccnsas at Muscatine charges and lias 36 licensed The Des Moines Journal says An eighteen hundred dollar claim against the estate of Allen was offered for sale a few days since for eight cents on the and it not find a The Clinton tfemld says Clintons lady is receiv ing a number of cases to bo tried in the and is likely to haveher hands of legal busiuebs in the The death of Mrs Isabella Safely the which took pluca on the at Mount Jowa is She was born near in the and at the time of her over 103 years of She in many a remarkable and had a remarkable en said of her W S known to hew a Aftoulh HflJ and h as other and announclr must have a woulci i him the on a tour of lowe1 him with an missiles and as lie the d oor of the feocn brou ght jiim a clip on the Mid the of the ironing tlire w his lower jaw out his legs down up to his of mothers But his mood left General Fn 1 i 1 t t vf i r A ed op in Jiinn co An and wried H o i in a ing orbs jn the fbmg of 5j tp aa ne took them fir tion of the rifle an4 forced him to retire K a after which he r t tings wore t he pole attaehal out the animal 1 prge tt Jessje ha ajso he is now lusking in p T Paul railroad lets it tjf hqs wage panj and the ;