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Atlantic Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 3, 1895, Atlantic, Iowa DAILY 3 r i i HE DAILY TELEGRAPH BY AY RES HOLM REPUBLICAN TICKET STATK FRANCIS Of Appanoose MATT Governor Of Black Hawk Judge Of Polk G Commissioner Of Public Instruction Of For 30th COUNTY of Schools ABE of Board 1st District Member Board District STATE tlie representatives of the republican party of Iowa in convention our fealty to the principles which our national party from its has steadfastly proclaimed In the face of an ever shifting We congratulate the people of this country upon the evidences of returning and rejoice in each instance of labor wages restored and industry reestablished upon a prosperous In the record of the build ing ol our industries under republican their under democratic power and their revival with the repudiation of the demo cratic party and the dissolution of the house of succeeded uy one elected upon the platform of the republi can the vindication of the policy ot pro is The democratic party is convicted of obtaining power in 1S9U under fale In ils platform it declared the principles of protection to be unconstitutional and in its it denounced the policy as But with complete power iu its hands its lawmakers have utterly railed to carry out the policy to which they weie U is a larcial pretense for the democratic party to claim credit now for a measure from which nine months ago its president withheld his ap proval and denounced as a humiliating aban of their cardinal The sen ate substituted for the Wilson Is not a measure which the republican party would it reduces the upon method of levy more effective than any income tax it restores taxation to a necessity in every home it reduces the rate in many industries m which labor is the chief element of cost but it maintains in many of its parts the principle which th democratic party de clared to be To claim credit under it is to claim credit for abandoning its own policy and adopting the principles which it had deplore the fact that the democratic while professing especial interest in enlarge ment ot our export lia destroyed ihe re arrangements established by a lican IS solicitude lor foreign trade has been exhibited only in the admission of foreign goods to our own market without obtaining any favors from foreign in the of practical and the admission of foreign traders to the rich markets of the Mates should ob tain for our people opportunities in foreign We believe that the compensation labor is the true gunge of civilization and the welfare ot the laborer has been the constant care of the re publican party trom its We are ably opposed to reducing the American work men to open competition in our own man et wnh the poorly paid labor ot the old We denounce the doctrine that a tariff should be levied with a viev to revenue and reaffirm the doctrine which lias wrought iu the most marvelous industrial development ever known In the viz The doctrine of pro to home We believe iu maintaining not only the high est wage rate lor the laborer but the integrity of money in which he is We affirm the declarations of the republican national platform of adopted at that The American from tradition and favor and the lican party demands i he use of both gold and silver as standard with such restriction and under such to be determined by as will secure the maintenance of the parity of the value of the two that the purchasing and the debt paying power of gold or paper shall be at all times Ih of the producers of the its farmers and the working men demands that every paper or Issued by the gov shall be as good as auy We urge that the United States exert its in fluence to establish wiU the important commer cial nations of the world such an International agreement as will enable this country to reopen it mints to the free and unlimited coinage of metals without loss of one or the other from the volume of our That the and industrious im migrant who comes to our land witu the intent to become in good faith an American is always None other should be per mitted to We favor the amendment and more stringent enforcement of the ion laws so as to exclude and all other undesirable classes whose presence tends to degrade American labor and iucite The republican ever mindful of the patriotic services and sacrifices of the veteran soldiers of the reaffirms Its position iu favor of liberality to the nations We favor the granting of pensions to all honor ably discharged soldiers or whose disabilities or necessities justly entitle them We congratulate the reuple upon the fact that the state of Iowa will pe represented in the congress by two senators and eleven who are zealous and fearless advocates of republican and whose services in the past we heartily With especial pride do we remember the distinguished services of our senior whose long and honorable record as a servant of the state entitles him to expressions of our full confidence and pur We hail with satisfaction the universal desire of the republicans of the slate to continue film in Ills present Hold of usefulness until called to the larger services of tho IN another column will be found the announcement of a band concert to be given at the Methodist church the This will be an excellent concert and worthy the patronage of the people on its merits as a musical The use of the proceeds muke it worthy of patronage as every cent of the net will be spent for the advance ment of Christian knowledge and music in The brass band is a worthy institution that needs fostering and some encouragement and we hope the boys will receive that encouragement by a liberal purchase of tickets for this excellent WHEN a wedding takes place in South Carolina it is until death us do as divorces are not and not recognized by the laws of the state when obtained by one of her citizens in another South Carolina is not behind on divorce law at least and has taken a move that is for the good and advancement of civilization CULBERSON has won his light against fighting in Texas and has succeeded in knocking Corbett and Fitzsimmons both out of the Texas Prize lighting seems to be on the wane and civilization will lose nothing when it is gone The Anita Republican has published that Drake would be in Atlantic on the afternoon and evening of This is a the General will be here in the evening Awarded Highest SUGAR BOUNTY Secretary Carlisle Willing to Hear Senator For Car lisle hus returned to tho city hud nn interview with Wilkinson of now collector of customs at New iu regard to the pending sugar bounty Wilkinson appealed to the secretary on behalf of the on much the same lines as had been covered by Sen ators Caffrey and at their in with the Car saw no way in which he could render the bounty claimants any assistance except possibly expediting the hearing and the decision of the court of This he was willing to The lie had juris diction of the and had u iu his decision that he must either decide adversely to the claimants or send the case to the court of He had chosen the latter alternative and he tho secretary had no power to overrule He was perfectly fill ing to hear Senator or any of the interested parties on the question of the right of the comptroller to send the case to the court of but fur ther titan that he could not take any It seems to be the opinion of the treas ury officials that the case will remain as at present without going to the court until congress meets in Ovation to friends of William Cody Buffalo gave him quite an ovation on his appearance in Many of tho army officers stationed in Washington knew Cody on the frontier in days gone by and they renewed their acquaintance by presenting him with a floral After the performance Cody was entertained at the army and navy where the diplomatic representatives of the nations participating in the con gress of riders met rushing the Cose of Miss At torney Birney said that ho wonld bring the case of Miss daughter of General chief of the ordnance bureau of the who killed a negro boy named Green while he was stealing fruit from a the grand jury now in Judge Cole charged the grand jury to report on the con dition of the government printing offices and other public buildings reported to be dangerous to the safety of tho em Opening Game of Temple Cup About peo pie witnessed the opening game be tween the Baltimores and the in the Temple cup The weather was The fielding being sharp on both though the visitors made a better showing in tho score Young was in I he box for tho home while handled the ball for the The score was Cleve 5 To linkage roads have brought upon their heads the wrath of all lovers of the They hava revived the proposition to charge excess baggage rates for the transporta tion of all tricycles and baby carriages in baggage a minimum rate to be charged on each A vote on the matter is now being taken and it bids fair to to go into effect What Shall I Do Is tho almost agonizing cry of nervous and Blight dif ordinary household work or magnify themselves into impassable This is because the are the bodily organs and they do not Take proper Feed the organs and tissues on rich red and how noon the glow of health to the pale firmness to the unsteady and strength to the faltering Hoods Sarsaparilla vitalizes and enriches the blood and is thus the best friend to unfortunate Be euro to get Hoods and only All fl six for S tho afterdinner pill aud MERELY A BE NO FIGHT AT DALLAS Highest of all in Leavening Govt Report It Might Rave Worked Had an tiou Ueen ONeill of who wus in the city for u week or ton days has u friend in Washing a who has tho happy faculty of beguiling the hours in such a pleasant manner that the often gets to bed long after the chimes of midnight have tolled the beginning of another About 8 a few nights ago it occurred to ONeill that nature had some claims upon him of paramount importance with those of his French and just for a bluff he suddenly broke off the which took place in the lobby of the ho tel in which tho retired statesman was and said to the clerk in a loud voice Call mo at G Ive got to take an early train The Frenchman excused himself hur riedly and and with a heart rejoicing in the success of his strata gem ONeill sought his couch and pre pared to press it until tho dinner bell should him to his days for he luut no intention of leaving for several days to About 15 minutes of 6 oclock a vio lent rapping at his door aroused him from the sweetest part of his and a familiar voice in the corridor was heard to exclaim Merster nearly seex Hang it exclaimed whats that to me Go away and let me At this the pounding at tho door be came more violent than Bud you sed you to geet oop to catch and zo I haf coom to wake Geet geet or you will ze and the pounding It was no use to friend insisted on making him get up and open the Then he explained that he had heard him tell the clerk to call him in time for the early but as he had kept him up so late the night before he feared that the clerk might and accordingly he had come to the hotel to see that he did not over sleep Yon old muttonhead exclaimed the Dont you know that I left that order just to get rid of you because I wanted to go to bed to get some sleep Dont you know it was all a bluff Bloof exclaimed the Meester ONeill repeated So Why you not tell me zat de manded his and I woot not haf POINTS ABOUT A Knocked Philadelphia knocked out tha English iu the 17th MOST PERFECT A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Free from Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE The Parliamentary Men and women in England vote equally for town local poor luw church wardens and school For very says the president of the Inter national extend the tary which has been granted to ignorant laborer and denied j not only to the industrious work ing but to the odu whose coachman and groom can record their votes before her while is practically out AK for the argument that wom en as politicians would destroy the peace of the domestic it is universally conceded that family life is infinitely richer and more attractive to men when politics are not tabooed on account of the ignorance or indifference of the fe male members of the In of intellect have proved themselves able to cope with Lot justice then be done to Our ruler is a yet still a poli In the duties and difficulties of her high and arduous office let her daughters as well as her sous have the privilege of helping Strike off the last shackles which cramp a womans energies and restrict her usefulness and let justice triumph over and How He Hollers and How He Wears His Teeth 011 His Do you know how a bullfrog bel lows said Camp last night as he spread out his legs and joined in the conversation of the side walk group in front of the Willard ho most people think that when a bullfrog bellows ho is lying upon a big rock just blowing Thats not When a frog bellows ho lying flat on the this and the speaker spread out his broad Ive seen Yon know he lias a sort of wattle under his ho fills that up about half full of water and blows out the air through Youve all put water in a bottle and blown into it There was no but Camp continued You know how that a frog bellows in same and it sounds just like blowing in a bottle partly filled with Just this and the speaker expanded own wattle and gave an imitation so natural as to alarm the cook in the hotel Do yon know where a frogs teeth continued Squire aged by the absence of In his Homebody A frog H resumed Squire Camp are just about tho middle of his between his hind and foru Cou rier Can it be as is so constantly af that there is no sex in souls I doubt it Didnt Stand hear that called you a fool at tho club the other How could yon stand that didnt stand I suppose you made him apologize fact when he called me a fool I called him and immediately I found myself sit ting on the So nobody oau say that I stood Knocked Out In First Round by Texas DONE IN EXACTLY Governor C Consider It n Great Victory Kor In the Voted With the Which tho Into Immediate will be no prize fight at Dallas between Corbett and This fact was set tled Wednesday afternoon by Texas legislature in exactly throe hours by the The one in tho senate and one in the gave nn audience to the Dallas attorneys all tho morning to ascertain their objections and entering protests against tho pass age of the After hearing tho gen tlemen until noon the two committees When the two houses met at S oclock both committees wore ready to report and the senate was very promptly From the time the was placed before the resolu tions committee till it passed was ex 55 During this time Senator Dean opposed the and Sen ator Losker spoke in its There were only two gentlemen who spoke on the the balance satisfying them selves by The vote on the final passage was 27 yeas and 1 Dean being the Fl ve Negative Votes In the The was immediately sent over to the house and at 4 oclock began discus sing substituting the senate for the house After several gentle men had spoken on the and the emergency pro and a final vote was reached at oclock precisely and the passed the house by a vote of 110 to Thus within three hours did the Texas legislature forever put an end to prize fighting in At that time Tuesday it would have been im possible to have passed this with an emergency There were only members and of that num ber 15 were opposed to the emergency It was necessary to have 85 votes to carry this The admin forces readily saw that the minority would do them up if the mat ter came to a so they promptly wired all their friends to come hero im and then set about Killing time until their forces could Populists Cinched the They had 83 only Tuesday but the absentees came flocking Each additional arrival added to the admin forces and when everything was the rush for the vote was The fight managers were confused at the way the solons swarmed in Wednesday morning and practically the fight by 8 oclock in the It was almost a certainty in the morning that the Populists would be called over to the Dallas side of the but a cog was slipped and on the vote they voted with the ad ministration which cinched the Governor friends consider it a great victory for him and lost no opportunity to congratulate him on the outcome of one of the it might be safely one of the bitterest as well as the shortest political fights ever brought up in the Lone Star state on any one single The Hill as The that will prohibit prize fight ing in Texas reads as follows it enacted by tho legislature of the state of Texas that any person who shall voluntarily engage in a pugilistic encounter between man and man or a fight between man and a bull or any other animal for money or anything of or for auy championship or upon the result of which any money or any thing of value is bet or or to which any admission fee is either directly or shall be deemed guilty of a and upon conviction shall be punished by imprisonment In the penitentiary not less than two nor more than live the term pugilistic en as used in this is meant any voluntary light or personal encounter by by moans of tho fists or other whether with or without be tween two men for money or for a prize of any character or for any championship or for any other thing of value or upon the result of which any money or any thing of value is bet or all laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith be and tho same are hereby fact that there is now no adequate penalty against fights between man and beast creates an imperative ne and emergency requiring the sus pension of the constitutional rulo requir ing bills to be read on three several days and that this law should take effect and be in force from and after its passage and it is hereby so Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE CRADLE Tho In tho cornor farm and Hold tho Thoir homeward way tho swallows Tho mm IN in tho Tim mirk thuli Tho fox is in his hollow huddled in their Tho downy Tho bird within Host Hath hid his houd in And soon Tho moon Will sail tho The duy la To my drowsy little But whan nt break of duy wo soft Tho spider ixt his Tho lurk tho Tho boo amid tho clover When squirrels wuko And sip the leaves of morning When buby foxes from tho brake Do prowl tho thorny hedges When on the meadow swout with hay Tho whito and curly lambkins and Oer plain mid the breeze of coining shalt rise To sunny And open wide thy Stevens in Youths NO GOOSEBERRY PIE FOR Classmates SAN de fense in the Durrani case did day that which it has often urged the prosecution to Attorney Deuprey called to the stand 59 members of the class to whom Cheney lectured on the afternoon of April 4 and asked each one if he answered to name at tha roll Every answer was in the Attorney Deuprey went farther and asked each student if he knew of any member of the class who had answered to Not one of the witnesses had any informa tion on the Of the students summoned to the stand not one knew whether Durrant was at the lecture room in Cooper college on the day that Blanche Lamont was murdered or Neither could they recall to mind any other student who was It is ex that the remaining 14 members of the class will be culled to the Rev Henshaw Found jury in the case William on trial for the murder of his re turned a verdict of guilty in the second The Old Lady Had a Dinner That Sur prised the Knowing The old lady entered a restaurant rightly or is known as the resort of the gay nud She was typically countrified in her spectacles resting on the her her hat being old fashioned and her gait and general attitude those of one fresh from the little auy sign of halt ing confidence that was to be expected of a stranger to city she sat down at the most conspicuous table in the A surly looking short card play although it was 0 oclock iu the was just getting his break stared at her with Two dejected turf prevented from attending the races on that day by bad luck on the day who were solac ing themselves with strong waters and who hadnt spoken to each other for half an observed her with slight said thats a funny old girl to see in I remem ber seeing her kind iu country towns when I was in the show Ill gamble on what shell Shell have gooseberry pie and and shell eat the pie with her They dont have no forks where she comes But the other wonld not He said merely and not She doesnt seem to fit this They could not hear what she but they could see that there was noth ing flippant in the attitude of the wait er who went to She ate with and then One of the two unsuccessful patrons of the turf called the waiter and What did that old lady order les answered the wait I think she had pigeon and a pint of Shes very fond of The gamblers looked Who is she asked dont you know her queried the Thats the head dancer in this new burlesque at the Jupiter York Home It is said that the Much may be done with a Scotchman if he be caught which has passed into a historical was first spoken by Johnson in reference to Lord Mans An amusing little incident is said to have given rise to the Lord having received his education entirely in always considered himself an but the fact that he was born in Scotland was once referred to with great General governor of Gibraltar at the having failed in his at tempts to extort money from a sent him back by force to in whence he had come to The Jew afterward went to England and sued the governor for Lord who was then known as was counsel for the gov In the course of his defense be fore the jury he said the But where to the place of his nar I Where is the where the where the injustice of banish ing a man to bis own country counsel for the re Since my learned friend thinks BO lightly of the I ask him to suppose the case his Would he like to be banished to his native land The court rang with peals of laugh in which Murray himself joined with a right good Com A Useful You say that Im not altogether ob to your he said she father and moth er both speak very highly of Then why does that big dog assault me every time I come near and chew a piece out of my clothes you mustnt mind Hes trained to do Aunty has gotten almost enough samples from him to make a lovely Washington It appears that a species of true croco dile is found in southern Florida on both It is hardly from the alligator except by 4he shape of its though it grows bigger and attains a length of 18 Ninth District Republican League There will be a meeting of the lican league of the Ninth district at Council Octo ber tit 10 oclock All local clubs in the district are requested to send delegates to this All members of the republican league are invited to be In all patriotic citizens who believe that the industrial and progressive American policy of the republican party is best for the American are invited to be present with At this district league from each county in district will be whose duty it will be to organize u county league in his All county and township are to see at once that their are represent ed by active and energetic workers from the ranks of the republican If there are no league clubs m your proceed to organize one at once and elect delegates to the conven president of the Iowa state league McMil chairman of the republican state central as well as the chair men of the county central committee of the various counties of the nominees for the legislature and congressmen and will be in at tendance at this Several of Iowas most noted orators will address the Please forward me the names of dele gales and members of the league who will as soon as so that their names may be properly President Ninth District Republican League Arnica The best salve in the world for salt chapped and all skin and lively cures or no pay It is guaranteed to give perfect satii faction or money Price T per For sale by all in Six Distressing Kidney and Bladder eases relieved in six hours by the New Great South American Kidney This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the back and every part of the urinary passages in male or It relieves retention of water and pain in passing it almost If you want quick relief and cure this is your rem Sold by Parson druggist You can never tell how much of a mans heart belongs to the Lord by knowing the size ot bis Rheumatism Cured in a Cure for Rheumatism and radically cures in 1 to 3 days Its action upon the system is remarka ble and It removes at once the cause and the disease immedi ately The first dose greatly benefits 75 Sold by Nich If the Baby Is Cutting Be sure and use that old and well tried WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP for children It soothes the softens the allays all cures wind colic and is the best remedy for Twentyfive cents a Sidewalk Spruce Resolution tor a sidewalk on and Chestnut Be it resolved by the City council of the city or Iowa That a sidewalk four fert in of pine hoards inch In thickness six inches nailed to three stringers 2x4 the outside stringers to he placed not less than two inches the out end of the the hoards to he onefourth of an inch apart and nailed with tenpenny wire nails two nails to he driven through each board into each Sidewalk to be constructed within thirty from service of notice this along the east side of block addition and on east side of lot block In said being on the side of Spruce and Chestnut That the City clerk issue tho proper notices thereof as required by section ordinance revised ordinances of of the city of At Iowa and that the street construct all necessary crossings under the di rection of the committee on streets and alleys Passed In open council this 1st day of October Scotts Emulsion a stubborn cough when all the ordinary cough remedies have Try it for We are putting up a size chiefly for that A cough is usually the telltale of weakened physical Correct that condition by theuse of a proper remedy and the cough will soon Scotts Emulsion of Oil and Hypophosphites acts in two It strength ens and builds up the at the same time allays the irrita tion and heals the It gives immediate relief at night from the choking sensation so often accompanying a Dont be persuaded to takt a Scott Ml wd
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