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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 4, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa
Bex i hic carpets at Downs Atlantic a xes Rax Lajb at volume april the Dodge messenger has again commenced the publication of its which was discontinued last Gazette we Are glad to see coffin Given a he has been overworked lately and needed a we think More of him now than Ever before and Trust that his experience As commissioner will fit him All the better for his laborious duties on the reciting poetry about the cows coming before every convention that he can get his wedge news county auditor Murray has received from the Secretary of state a statement showing the number of Miles of Railroad in the county and the assessed the Road has Miles valued at per the Atlantic Southern has valued at per mile Atlantic valued at per the valuation is fixed by the executive newspapers in from the edition of Rowell american newspaper published april 2d its twentieth it appears that the newspapers and periodicals of All kinds issued in the uni Ted states and now number showing a gain of during the last twelve months and of in ten the publishers of the directory assert that the impression that when the proprietor of a newspaper undertakes to state what has been his exact circular he does not generally Tell the truth is an erroneous one and they conspicuously offer a Reward of it 100 for every instance in their Book for this where it can be shown that the detailed report received from a publisher was Langtry comes honestly by her wayward propensities and her love for Midnight lunches and Champagne Lay her father was similarly the old Man was Dean of Jersey at the time of his but the facts were that he had ceased to reside upon the Island some time before he his convivial habits were so pronounced that the Bishop of Winchester induced him give up his position and retire on a pension which he he was a a very commanding and Noble figure and when the Lilly first went upon her provincial tour she would dress the old Man up in spotless clothes and take a walk with him in the afternoon for advertising it was a neat and it worked with great buy a Home a Brilliant California Man once delivered a whole Book of advice in the following Beautiful oration on owning a Home every Man should own his if he that philosophy which tells a Man to Drift Over the Ocean of this Uncertain without a Home of his is the Man who does not own his Home is like a ship out on the open at the Hazard of the the Man who owns his Home is like a ship that has arrived in port and is moored in a Safe one Man should no More be Content to live in another mans if he can build one of his own than one Bird should annually take the risk of hatching in another Birds nest and for my own i would rather be Able to own a cottage than to hire a i often see men eager to effect an insurance upon their and this is Well it is but the Man who owns his Home has effected an insurance upon his happiness and the happiness of his which is As much to if his mind be As his and constitutes his i have seen the Homes of the people in foreign lands i have heard them talk of their condition and lot in life and this is the main theme of thought with Mankind As i listened to them i discovered Why it is that the Switzer in his hut in the where the limit of vegetation is reached and the Winter storm howls and rages around is happier than the italian tenant on the Beautiful Plains of amidst the Bloom and Fra Grance of perpetual it is the consciousness of the ownership of a Home no matter How the storm nobody can take from and which he can make Happy in spite of the i would say to every buy a Home if you and own if a Windfall has come to buy a Home with if you have Laid up enough by buy a if you have made Money in buy a do not let anybody tempt you to put All your winnings Back into the put the rest Back if you Gamble on it if but buy the Home by it and sell it then the roses that Bloom there Are the is Saline and the clematis that climb upon the Perch belong to you have them and seen them when you Are at work upon them you Are working for yourselves and not for if children be then there Are Flowers within the House and buy for Bale or Good improved farm in Cass i also Choice land in Railroad a3dtt March the chief of the knights of has issued a Mani festo to the order setting Forth the fail ure of making Plain the losses they and suggesting that it is time that a halt be he thinks that education and legislation Are the prime necessities of the and pro pounds questions to the local assemblies As to whether they believe in an educational Campaign whether competent Brothers should be sent out to teach the principles of the order and whether he shall Levy an assessment to pay the expenses of the the Chicago building the Stone reorganized at and Cut the prices of building Stone from a Cord to a Small Qira Ruymen claim that it is a scheme to freeze them the United states War ship Lancas which sailed from Montevido for has not been heard and anxiety As to her safety is Felt in some it is known that her boilers were in bad condition and it was thought that she would have to sail a Good part of the general Charles for forty years proprietor of the Astor new York died at thurs aged at wednesday the secured of Parson Davies Muldoon be ing unable to throw the co Nishman until the expiration of 18 judge Brown of the United states circuit court at thurs Day ordered the Sale of the Chicago and Canada Southern under fore but not for less than unless the Pas due interest on the mortgage amounting to is paid on or before August 8 of tins it is stated that the Soo line will not raise its rates april and the Rumor is made on the ground of a prophecy of a worse freight avar in the Northwest than any of the the propeller George Sanford left the first de parture of the bound for Manis but was caught in the ice four Miles senator Ingalls has written to rail Way commissioner of the effect that his concerning generals Mcclellan and Hancock have been that his reference to them was not As but As democratic politician in which respect they he says allies of the Michael an explorer and in Dian fighter in the Early years of the died at Green aged the state Central committee of the prohibition party of Connecticut Hai voted to Call a convention to nominate a state ticket on or about at in a store John Garlick stepped off the elevator before it and and her head was caught Between the car and the floor and her death caused in the proceedings of the contest of the will of the late vice president Wheeler at brought by relatives because was left to Charity and Only to miss Fannie Wood and Betsy the witnesses of the both testified that Wheeler was of sound mind and under no restraint at the time the testament was near while fell in a fit in a puddle of face downward and was in court at new York recorder Smith read a marked which he had containing in formation that when a decision Favora ble to Jay Gould is rendered in Bills would be left at the rec orders at Terre James 35 years old and in who had been drinking for some went to the depot and Cut his Throat with a causing a fatal the United states grand at returned indict ments for embezzlement against Eschief Deputy United states general the and a deputies Galloupe and Snow Are fire at Aurora thursday night Des troyed the Burlington and Quincy paint pay car and five other at a loss of on a strict party vote the republicans of the new York Assembly passed the High License which now goes to the near Frederick Maskley committed Fie had a life interest in a farm which number he killed himself to prevent the sheriff reluctance by men outside of Chicago levying on the farm for his and so As work is hard to get and All Are and save it for his Jious to hold their they will natural Gas caused a fire in the sustain the men at however Leechburg machine and foundry and an assessment for that purpose has company works at already been thursday that destroyed the entire Arthur disclaims March an inter evening chief Engineer at a loss of insured for the governor general of Canada has issued a notice to citizens of British disclaimed any responsibility Columbia who sealing expeditions with the new strikes in to refrain from asserting their rights said the men will not re by and from taking on Board c61ve the of the brotherhood arms and ammunition in excess of the in circumstances arise which would usual lest serious com him to Sanction this he our bargain goods plications it is stated that the Dominion government will buy Back from the Cana thinks these latest and will soon that the roads will reconsider their affairs Are purely be believing Dian Pacific railway acres option in them to handle q land for in ready for which sum the company agrees to a cancellation of its monopoly in the he did not think the strike would become and added that if the general officers had listened to the Hothead import unities every Road Charles president and in the country would have been tied up Samuel cashier of the National Bank of were arrested at Toronto thursday on the charge of prospects of a Belt line tie up april Prospect of inside the lining an immediate tie up of the Belt line Cross overcoat was and in Whites outer garment was april goods to the amount of several Hundred dollars stolen from millinery stores at secreted in under and great added a Graver aspect to the Railroad situation this than at anytime since the Burlington every Railroad entering Chicago depends Al most wholly upon Thebolt line As a Means by which an interchange of freight is to be made with any other practically every Railroad line excitement was caused when four Young ranging in age from ten to by the Belt thirteen years and All daughters of latter line have All along been the stretching from Chicago is intersected the employees of the respectable the were arrested for allies of the was to go to his heirs at his and the parties who robbed the Post office at he died in jail Here this Wilson was arrested on the request of the county fearing Odonnell death would cause him to flee the Ellsworth Setzer shot his wife and himself at Kansas City As the result of a Domestic both will Ella a patient in an insane Asylum at drowned herself in an ice it is rumoured that Fanny Davenport begun proceedings for a divorce fro her Price in order to marry Melbourne an the bark British has been wrecked off Twenty three person were it is reported that Spanish custom officers prevented the saving of lives by firing upon a portuguese Lifeboat which gone to the an earthquake Shock was Felt at at Oclock saturday cat her Tongue new april Lizzie teaching school in one of the farming districts of Clearfield was found dead in the school House Fri Day her Tongue had been Cut from its roots and was found beside her dead the school had been dismissed As usual at 4 Oclock and the pupils left the teacher alone in the school in the right hand of the dead woman was found a Lead and on the floor near her dead body was written the particulars of her two tramps entered the school House after the pupils had been overpowered and assaulted after wards severed her Tongue with a knife and leaving her for she re covered sufficiently to write on the floor of the school and had succeeded in giving the above particulars with a description of her when she evidently grew too weak to write any More and died before she was no trouble at March of the night Crews of the Paul Yards re ported for duty at the usual time to while the management of the Belt line Pat shot by James company has always sought As far As Avilton with a Winchester through the to maintain a position of so bowels As he jumped from a Box at called a new face was put was one of on affairs when some time yesterday president of the Eastern Illin ois which holds a controlling in Terest in the Belt sent a strongly worded letter to the management of the Belt demanding that it trans Fer cars for every Railroad and individual inthe same and that any and All employees who do not chose to do their duty be today a meeting of the Belt line employees was held at which the whole subject was earnestly it was currently re ported this evening that the Belt line men had decided to stand by their guns and see whether the men would Dis charge the there is nothing new concerning the nearly All the roads entering in Chicago refuse to handle q freight and the general freight agent of the Burlington has issued a notice to the other railroads that owing to the labor troubles at Chicago traffic for the Burlington is liable to detention if routed via that the he is prepared to receive freight for shipment to All stations on the Burlington Quincy and auxiliary lines at All Junction Points except live Stock and perishable for Points on Kansas Joseph and rail roads will not be some Start Ling developments Are predicted for but As startling develop ments have been predicted from Day to some special bargains will be offered this week in useful every Dav used in every family by y y Voorhies variety bargain fear that the River will change its Chan Nel permanently by cutting through that place and work incalculable damage to the country the water began to Rise at Sioux City about 9am today and for a time Rose very rapidly and the River was full of ice which Tum bled and whirled in a current estimated at ten Miles an Gumbo Point Here is being slowly undermined and great chunks disappear in the Seething workmen have been driven out of the sewers in the Stock Yards District and the flood has risen three feet since last the ice is clogging up the Channel at Gumbo Point and Tipiere is every reason to fear a Gorge at that the Banks on the Nebraska Shore opposite Prospect Hill had been washed by the current into the River in Large some of them 80 feet by 30 parties living near in houses had moved but ravages had somewhat ceased and the current is coming nearer the Iowa Felt Here unless a no apprehension is Gorge forms which is As a great amount of ice is word came this after noon that the Milwaukee Railroad Bridge Over the big Sioux had gone but this was a although at 6 the ice was piled against it As High As the Bridge and it is feared the Structure will give All trains on the Milwaukee line Between this City and Elk Mitchell and other Dakota Points is Cut off and will not be reestablished for some in 1881 the flood did damage in the same place that was not repaired so trains could run until a Telegram received at Milwaukee Headquarters at 3 that the water is rising at Elk it is feared that the worst scenes of 1881 will be when that town was badly Vermil lion submerged and the town of grand Island nearly swept out of Chicago markets afternoon 7254 72k i 7g7fj 77h 77j 49 49 pm Oats 30k 31 4 31h 30 1340 13 45 and so far As this Point is concerned there is nothing indicating assistance of the q switchman strike at March morning eight of the forty Burlington switchman giving no reason for their they Are said to be a minority of the Union men Here who wanted to their places will be filled Beor uits for the March special to the evening Wisconsin from Janes says a train Load of Passen Ger and freight conductors with a few brakeman and from the Prairie Duchien and Mineral Point left for Chicago this morning to take the places of the strikers in the switch the pm Day since the strike the predictions Are getting i Gejeu than in the Missouri Kiver overflows the Low land Between Elk Point and Jeffer Sioux april trouble that has been feared in the Low lands along the Missouri Between this City and Elk Point Carne Early this sunday Forenoon word was received from that the water was rising rapidly and a special train with Beardsley and other railway men went upon a tour of they found that the great Gorge in the River opposite the Mouth of the big Sioux was still solid and was holding the water that is coming from it was hoped the Gorge would break at once and let out the pent up but this did not occur and by night about j1 j 7 05 july shout ribs March april june 7 15 1320 1337h 1345 7 7 7 7 7 of 7 024 Kostl match receipts loft c 22j4 7 10 7 nine Miles of the tween Jefferson Milwaukee track be and Elk Point was ploys of the Road at Janesville say an order to strike will be obeyed with great submerged and it is thought a Good share of it washed just below Elk Point there is a Slough through in times of High the water runs from the Missouri across into the big the Milwaukee track crosses this by a soon the water was Rushing in a torrent through the which overflowed and a tract of Rich agricultural country about eight by fourteen Miles in extent is entirely Cov ered by so far As reported no lives have been but much Stock is drowned and Many families forced to leave their Homes and seek shelter on higher late reports from Elk Point shown that the water there is higher than in Bee hives in the Yards of residences have been floated the Milwaukee depot is filled with water to the depth of one or two and everywhere greater damage is being done than by floods of West and North of Elk Point the country is Over flowed and much distress the ice which is now crowding the Channel does not come from the River above Sioux Point but flows across the overflowed land from Elk Point to the big which fact gives Rise to the 18 000 8 722 a 3 500 i i fwd tar it 5 5 55 Tough packing 5 25 3 000 Atlantic Market april each any at 50 i 20 30 i 50 a attack 00 i 00 00 i 3 00 and 50 lard 12 to 20 10 1 00 124 10 1 00 1 40 Corn 25 dried 20 60 Coal Why Mary loved the the following humorous response to a Toast on the above is taken from the proceedings of the improved Stock breeders convention at Iowa president next on our programme is not Why the Lamb loved but Why Mary loved the response by George at Iowa ladies and reverend gentleman has told us where he could not find his text let me Tell you that you can find mine in the old fashioned second read in passing the cake this evening a piece fell on my plate very like a Shep Herd dog it is the dog i Long have and mourned because i found it this is the dog that played sad havoc with marys Little Lamb and caused her so much because for sooth he shed its innocent now Mary was so All of her she had to love laughter and and i am glad they for if they did not we would have no demand for our cots Wold beef and shorthorn this love was not con fined to owing to an which i have no i really can not recollect Why the Lamb loved Mary so because this Lamb was presented to Mary in 1831 i was born in but i am told by that journal that never tells a the great lives somewhere in the state of revered by her friends while the Lamb hag pleated its last now there was another Lamb besides this one that Vilary i once raised a the Lamb frequently raised laugh Ter and i had a great Deal of affection for this Lamb his arguments were so laughter and we often embraced but they were not the embraces of but a kind of promiscuous Tumble and and after we had had a Roll and i began adjusting my wardrobe and was looking around for my the looking for another this particular i was very fond of Green laughter and when i was a boy Back in the state of we had a that my father owned it and i claimed partner ship in this Lamb was not brought up just it should have it was neglected in its Early there was a Small Creek running through the pasture in which this Lamb was some times and we boys would go into the pasture and make motions and Ges Tulat ions at the and dare him to he was generally ready for a fight so we would Retreat to the Creek and As he came for us our agility enabled us to step aside and let him into the one Day our father came into the pasture and saw this mane Vered had a settlement with us up in the Wool i distinctly recollect that Wool it was the same kind As that which presi Dent Chamberlain told us on one occasion my father was out in the where we had this Lamb in carrying some poles he was engaged in repairing some Fence along the Creek Bank we were on the other Side of the Creek blowing As we called the discovered the old and thought he was daring him to the old gentleman saw Billy coming and dropped the and concluded he would try our but he was not so agile As we and Billy landed him in the laugh the reason Why i so distinctly recollect that old Wool room is because of or that occur red once in that our parents had gone away somewhere and my brother and myself went into the Wool room to take a we disrobed and spread out the we had scarcely become ensconced until we were aware that a number of Bumble bees had taken quarters they Bumble pro and up and Down our nude limbs in a manner that was we evacuated the quarters and scampered Down stairs loved a he was the owner of an unusually Fine his brother Charles one Day undertook to Divide the which had fallen to them by taking All the Little snuffle nosed and tag tailed sheep and placing pet in their the remainder he put in another he then went for John who quietly looked the situation Over and began we have Long been but you Are surrounded with so Many snuffle noses and tag tails that we will Hava to i guess i will take the other pen of you can have i would make the revised edition of the second Reader read like this Mary had a Little and it was Black As it followed her around All Ami loved you just he followed her to school one which made the children shout it made the children you to have a Lamb the teacher kicked him but still he lingered near he waited just outside the ill the teacher did then he ran to meet the to ran his level Best he met him lust you just Down of Low his laughter and the teacher turned a the Lamb stood on he head Mary laughed herself go she had to go to
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