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Atlantic Weekly Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 15, 1893, Atlantic, Iowa SSL VOLUME 1 Gladstone Explains Hill Bill to the THE UNITED STATES HIS Some RadloaVChnnjcei Propoaed in the Ex I toting Political Conditions of Parliament at Representa tion at Westminster Gladstone in a speech of considerable length introduced his Irish rule In discussing the bill he said he could not undertake to supply a mere table of The if he would probably bewilder his He would rather seek to present the hoping to leave a living impression on the minds of his If he might omit in view of some mem ought to be he begged them to waifrand consult which he their It would be remembered the bill of 1881 laid down five propo sitions as cardinal principles to which he had endeavored to Change there but not a trenchant he from the principles of I Objects of the 4 The object of the bill remained as in to establish a legislative botty in Dublin for the conduct of bath Isgis stration in as CI Jr pon toe M atiite isciissing the al De Cattle Feed Wusli RUAKY mentary retention o admit that the has great It visibly exhibits manner intelligible it gives Ireland in all imperial m I know no argume theoretical against tfie retention members at Bu vert to an old expression which hasjbe come rather I do not think it in the wit of man to devise a nlan tHelr retention whlcn would not ne open to some serious practical Voting Power of the Gladstone next discussed th voting power of the eighty Irish claiming they should be allowed voice in determining the composition o the executive but giving why it would not be advisable to exton them full voting power on both iu perial and Irish He to exclude them from voting on bill or motion expressly confined Great Britain from ting onP tax not levied upon Ireland fi voting on a vote or appropriation money otherwise than for the impev service from voting on any v tion or resolution exclusively affect Great Observed Lincolns Lin birthday was observed Chicago in the public the closing of the Board of eraTGermfm soci3tie3 observed th with1 The Marquette gave an elaborate which was attended by a great many eminent Chi At the Auditorium the celebration of the anniversary occurfedi Theodtre Thomas orchestra gave d con cert olpatriotic and Luther Mills Delivered an oration on the uallpox at okenout at Gloucester i ago a man recently from Iwho frequented the stables was sick with the but is now A colored man who 1 about the race track stables was with the disease on ard of Health built a temporary I on the of the city and 1 there on bill which of occupied the It provides that 8 per bonds of the company to the aniouut net shall principal and inter ffovernfaent of Jhe United be issued ac paid out and ex in the construc The government is capital stock of the ich is to be retained accept the shares to be the governments ol Costa rtance of this guarantee by at was demonstrated in a who undertook to the guarantee completed at a cost of ad that its fixed charges a outside without the cost would not bo and its fixed a Morgan ilomatic features of tfhe WA is intend the Nicar attention oomi egSvi VT wo nlo less chars indingjthe protest of the corn held the floor Hialf a dozen measures of local importance were IISKY Snob Ifthe anH Cattle Feeding L whisky Presi The Qlfford The best hog sale ever made in Cass county was held at by Giftord and Gyving to the stormy weather the attendance was small but the bogs all sold at good Thirtyone bead of Gjffords fielling for 8103200 of 30 and twentythree head of Carsonatelling for average of Giffords King Corwin sows topped the Will Scarf secured the best yearling sow out of Black Beauty and sired by King Corwin for of took the plum of the sale in young sows by securing Giffords Choice out of Giffords show sow Blackface 2d and sired by King Corwin price Frank is bound to be in it next fall at the Beavers To the Atlantic TELEGKAPII and farmers of Cass I wish to say that I held a public auction at on consisting of seven teen head of thoroughbred Poland China hogs and the average price was The highest priced hog sold was a yearling sow bought by Farlow at and the lowest was at seven months Gay Atlan djd my work and I can recommend him Co any one wishing tn make such cfwit i t Card of In behalf of the Phoenix Hook and Ladder we wish to return our most to the many people Atlantic who donated in any way toward the fair also to the young ladies who acted as solicitors each night of the who all helped to make the fair a grand We also wish to thank the band biys in a special manner for the rendered each night of the Pho3Dix At the in Charles to Miss Eva both of and Leveringare well known in Cass Levering being proprietors ot the wholesale establishment is the Haywards Sale Hay ward three miles jouth west of will sell at public Friday hjs farm im plements and some household the date which has been changed from that announced in last weeks Jake Lang will cry for bids and beat time with the Murphys and Sam Hutton is getting a good acre age of small After his spring setting he have two acres of rasp two acres of and nearly two acres 6f Sam says that he seven acres of Beauty of Hebron knock the socks off all Has a Passion for of Bear is a great man for He takes the Scientific American and reads Me runs a steam thresher and keeps up with all the His was about the first thresher to get to work last Well watch him Sale at George Prall has sold his farm to John Bell and will sell his personal property February He has some good forty five a lot of farm poultry and other property listed for the Prall lives five miles southeast of Master of the Franklin pushes his pen over lots of paper for the Homestead as the editor of its sheep George knows the sheep question from muzzle to bock and Homestead readers have long since found it c 160 acres of improved land for sale at per 120 acres of improved land for sale at per 120 acres ot improved land for per 121 acres of improved land for sale at all in Cats Inquire of i wf25d20 APPLEMAN Worth Thousand Every child born into a family is thought to be fa thousand dol lars to the should they not be cared for from infancy to maturity Keep the mouth and teeth right with and you start them v March 3d and 4th htGriswold lltb at Masseua 17th and 18th at J John Chew has been a man and will try some health restore his THE hopes that ha get He Loves a Pretty the sends THE TEI slice of his income in return t4 figures and Will Work Wilson is going te Brott farm out in Grove tov Wilson is a hard worker and will there in good i Prom Hawkeye Michael of persue columns of one good paper next gift of a Hawkvf Ovo J i A Fred McDiarmid tossed some legalf f tender into our exchecuor last weeki1 Thresi times and Freds i Biff James Burdett husked eighty bushels an acre from his Edna township Hows that for a Cass county yield fe Board v n Board and two rooms by traveling wife and two at Box 116 Walnut Spread the of orderiv THE TELEGRAPH to spread the light v that done K Jc Island company has com pping its burned ballast Uncock pit to week ago the company sent one of its new steam shovels named Lit tle to do the This shovel is capable of loading four yards per minute and built at theJVu handled in each car contains 32 yards weight on Avoca scales poundsFrank has charge of the s
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