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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 15, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Atlantic Telegraph volume August number the weekly Lafayette jjd1toh and Fob Benjamin of for Vio Kekesi lev of new i Vir Mia ripn1 Woiden is it is your duty As much As ours characterize u government by the peo he fun mflk1llff to extend the Temperance general Harrison has been making you shirk duty any can any one have the heart to blame some speeches to visitors that Are Jug a disgrace to catholics to have the Man in the face of this first let ei8 of Good among other things the penal arid reformatory institutions Ter of he shrinks from j that he has he has refrained from saying a thing against Gleve land As he should writing a second the Irish world is doing splendid support of Harrison and service in the firm of Benjamin Andle vibe Lieve in american clothing and will keep no the nonpareil says the republicans of Ottaw Ottamie county want a Good clean Man for Congress no matter from what part of the District he May what will it profit the american Farmer if he save a half Dollar on his coat and lose his Market for Corn and Union which is state senator in arses has instructed for him for the Republican nomination for congressman in the ninth the third party prohibitionists have joined the democrats in saying that prohibition is not successful in Kansas and How much More successful would it to if it were repealed and Reed meted by the third party prohibitionists Are there two kinds of prohibition if the third party people know of any violations of the Iowa and they take no Steps to enforce they have no right to 13 it prohibition is successful in our states two penitentiaries Are becoming depopulate about to or 80 Iowa jails Are pm court costs Are everywhere i the democratic party in did not have the courage to denounce prohibition in their state plat form neither did the National demo cratic the fact is prohibition is marching and will continue to do so unless the third party people the i do not care to Deal with one fact is enough for the tide of immigration from All coun tries has been and is toward our Catholic parents to have the criminal courts occupied with so Many Catholic Vic Tims of you cant close your eyes to this horrible state of you can help change by set Ting the example of total abstinence a Loco a the Gates of Castle swing in 2d by encouraging others to Ward the Donot swing outward to be total by stopping any american labourer Seeling better your sneers at the total abstinence Njust Strw mum the m Fortes of the time has come for All catholics country than cries of these men who have toiled at wages in other that barely sustained life and opened no Avenue of Promise to them or their know Good land of Hope As Well As it turn the country Over to democracy the the Swallow knows the land of cries of Good the More work there is to be done in this country the higher the wages that will be paid to do the largest amount of work there is to be done at Home is the policy that will secure to our Labouring men steady employment at the Best cheers and cries of that is can we look for Contentment if the Workman is Able Only to Supply his daily necessities by his daily but is not Able in the vigor of youth to Lay up a store against old great is said that Ringgold county will do the Here is governor porters answer to demagogues there is much talk about general Harrison needing my help to pull him but i have known him a great Many and i never knew the time when anybody had to pull him when the Republican party first came into Calico was Worth 12 cents a Yard and whisky was Worth 20 cents per when the democratic party came into Power four years ago Calico was Worth 5 cents a Yard and whisky a yet the Republican party is charged with being the free whisky Hyde senator of successful As he has been in says it would have been far better for me if i had kept out of politics and settled Down to it is Odd How Al most Universal that opinion is with All who have Given much time and Atten Tion to politics or held Public Gate coming the elections to be held prior to the grand Roundup in november Are As follows the solid democratic vote against placing Pathfinder Fremont on the retired list is suggesting a number of odious whatever fre Monts political attitude May have been during the dark and doubtful there has never been a question As to his and the Chicago Tribune concludes Fremont did Good service in the mexican and Indian he was prominent in the Missouri Campaign at the outbreak of the War and was so zealous that he even began emancipating slaves before the county was ready for he was always True to the Flag and fought for it to the Best of his he never Drew a disloyal this was enough to condemn taxes whether produced at Home or in the first monday in in the first wednesday in in the first tuesday in in the second monday in the Indianapolis journal is under the impression that the democratic managers have tipped the Wink to to the English newspapers to the effect that they must not say too much about Cleveland and free because it might give Cleveland and free Trade a Black Eye in the United the fears of the democratic managers Are Well the fact that England and English newspaper Are for Cleve land and free Trade is turning thousands of votes to Harrison and Chicago the inter Ocean Calls attention to the fact that Coffee Trust is one of the combines now most injuriously affect ing the Price of a necessary of and free traders Are requested to take note Coffee is not protected by a robber Lik Anthracite and it comes into this country duty the great obnoxious trusts seem to choose unprotected commodities for the process of the Trust question is outside of Tariff issues it is a to be settled by him in the eyes of the democratic sen and they voted against the proposition to give him his old rank and re tire but these same senators found no difficulty in voting to restore his rank to Fitz John an officer who was dismissed from the army for insubordination and refused to fight the and Imp riling the Union cause by his disobey Al of per haps they can explain this to the sex i would not have an Idle says congressman or an Idle Mill or an Idle spindle in this if by holding exclusively the american mar we could keep them employed and every Yard of cloth imported Here makes a demand for one Yard less of american every ton of steel imported diminishes that much of Home every blow struck on the other Side upon an article which come Here in Competition Witk like articles produced makes the information that is new York certain questions regarding the tar Iff have been received which May be advantageously answered one inquirer begins at the and asks what is free Trade his letter shows that he needs the no intelligent Man uses the in Tariff discussions As if it meant abolition of All duties on England is now the Only free Trade country of the and yet the average rate of duty collected by great Britain on All dutiable imports is per in 1886 the values of these imports was and the amount of the duties collected nearly the whole duty was levied on and which that country does not produce at and on spirits which it to do their share in getting rid of the evils of intemperance in their we Are doing our share of the you must do yours and if you fail much of the responsibility of the souls Homes families children wandered from the will rest upon your these Are Plain words but they Are nevertheless Cardinal Manning says for 35 years i have been priest and Bishop in Lon and now that i approach my 80th year i have Learned some and the first thing is this the chief bar to the working of the holy spirit of god in the souls of men and women is intoxicating though i have known men and women destroyed for All Man Ner of yet i know of no cause that affects child and Home with such University of steady Power As intoxicating Green Bay lumber dealers in All kinds of Oak Cedar posts yellow Norway and White Pine Flook and White Pine English american be hard soft prices the give us an Opportunity to figure on your estimates cheerfully Yards at Marne and demand for every Days one blow less at labor upon the foreign products sent to the United states takes one Days labor from american work i would give the Days labor to our own last and All the and that policy which fails in this is opposed to american to secure this is the great purpose of a protective free Trade give it to the foreign Workman if ours will not per form it at the same wages the work Ingmen say and justly and indignantly resent this attempted degradation of their this blow at their Independence and the Davenport Democrat Gazette touches up the present Iowa distance Tariff and compares it with the rates out of it says does it Cost More to run Railroad trains in Iowa than in Illinoise ten times As much for instance the rail roads haul lumber across the state of Illinois and Over the government Bridge to j83 for one and on half cents per Hundred it hauls lumber from Davenport to Des Little More than half the Dis Tance across the for 11 cents per free Trade Means the levying of duties f Revenue Only in such a Man Ner As to help Home industries As Little As the free Trade theory is that Home Industry cannot be helped through the levying of duties on imports without taxing the Many for the Benefit of the free there imposes duties As far As possible upon articles which Are not products of Home and omits or wishes or reduces duties of a protective character As far As the necessities of Revenue will this simple explanation makes it Clear that he who asks about the aver age rate of duties upon As if that determined the character of the is sadly in need of the Tariff which Henry Clay advocated was because it discriminat3d in favor of Home Industry that it favored duties which would encourage production at Home to duties which would encourage no production at the Tariff which Mills advocates discriminates against Home Industry it prefers duties which do not encourage Protection at and cuts Down or abolishes in preference duties which do encourage Protection at i am a High Tariff Man and protect and for the reason that i am an american and a mend of american no working Man has Ever called for a and no reduction should be made until it is demanded by the we need no Tariff tinker we want Protection from one end of the country to the other touch not the raise the Tariff so High that not a single foreign article of foreign manufacture can come pow general master knights of brass band carnival in connection with the grand army reunion to be held at at Day and August 22 to the following prizes Are offered to competing bands first second third i i Banc is competing for the above prizes must take part in All parades and Gen Why insist that democrats favor free Trade because it is True because they boast that it is True because their courts and and not Politi 100 pounds it looks hardly but it is the the charge on Lum Ber from Davenport to Desmoines is 11 cents per 100 pounds the charge on lumber from Chicago to Des Moines in cants per 100 you four years ago a hew York Man by the name of Cleveland allowed no unnecessary delay to interfere Ith his acceptance of a nomination for the presidency tendered him by the demo cratic he was full of Zeal to air his Reform views before the among other things saying when we consider the patronage of this great the allurements of the temptation to retain Public place once More than the availability a party finds in an Cumbest whom a horde of office hold with a Zeal born of benefits received and fostered by the Hope of Favares yet to stand ready to Aid with Money and trained political we recognize in the eligibility of the presi Dent for the reelection a most serious danger to that and intelligent political action which must 172 Roll we pc Jwili the haul across the state of Illinois is made for a cent and a half a Hundred this is done that the Chicago lumber merchant May have advantage Over the Davenport lumber Man fac it is an outrage on the Dayen eos t lumber Des Moines Imber merchants and the people Tribu tary to the Dps Moines lumber if the railroads would give the Iowa people anything like the cheap rat38 they give the Chicago the purchasers of lumber in Central Iowa would get their lumber at cheaper Fig ures than they yet the railroads think it strange that the legislature Oit Iowa interferes with the wonder is that Public feeling in Iowa does not Lead to warmer measures than Legisla Tive enactments for redress from such outrages As the one Given Brackett Davis keep a full line of including hydrants and Garden Hose Al def action in Congress would be simply idiotic if it were not guided by free Trade beliefs and when British journals say that president Cleveland uses the precise arguments that British free traders have been using for fifty years they Tell the exact British journals and British gentlemen do not conceal their pro found contempt for american politicians who want free Trade but have not the manhood to say but How the abolition of the Tariff on Wool reduce wages in Woolen manufacture asks a that is a question prompted by the free Trade theory that duties which protect do not affect every protectionist understands 1 that of american Wool must largely diminish if foreign Wool is admitted free Many looms which Are now adapt 3d to use american Wool Only must therefore cease running in that Case 3 that dependence upon foreign sources of sup ply must close Many other unless the rate of wages Here Falls to some something like the German level 4 that the reduction in duties on Woolen goods from 70 to 40 per with undervaluation of All specific duties being would close other Mims of the and 5 that when part of the labor in any great Industry is unemployed a depression of wages in that Industry is the inevitable eral playing during the last two Days of the in awarding Prises consideration will be taken of am playing done while in at Tendance at the the bands making the Best music on and at will be awarded the grand carnival Wil be held on Friday at after which the prizes will be bands will escort Parade Back to All bands competing for prizes must take part in the grand Parade at 10 the Atlantic cow boy band will not compete for any of the above the carnival will be under the management of the cow boy in addition to the brass band carnival there will Aso be a base Ball tournament at which Gate will be Libe Ravy do led among the visiting for particulars address Charles Audubon to attend the Republican rally last the birthday party for miss Amber Kelley was enjoyed by All who John Griggs spent last week in Brainard visited with Exira friends a Mober of Audubon Young folks Pich iced in Exira Woods Bert Poage is on the Road Home from they will return to the Coal Kirk Moore was in Exira wednes Audubon county jail has two of them being Mcguire children of Des Are visiting Eldora Bur Frank started monday for to visit his brother miss Amber Kelsey visited Brayton Brown went to Brayton thurs Coleman has a brother visiting him from Bradley was up looking after his business miss of is visiting Maggy was in the booming Coal town Cotton went to Audubon thurs John Winn and family visited red Oak last sol Peterman went to Atlantic Fri Jones was in Exira Elsey of visited Doc an Drews last Luke Knapp is again confined to his representing the Davenport glucose was Here they contemplate purchasing the Stu Art the paint 3r was Here last week beautifying the depot with a coat of miss Lillie is visiting at lactic Pattison has purchased the Bart Lett occupied by John Sickles was in the booming Coal Tova last week he 5s satisfied we have struck a Good wonder if the boys put up their five Walter is afraid they wont Start perk thinks it is getting to be hard when a person cant go to sleep w Ith out saying he would like to Bor Row a r libber coat and inv turn when he gets caught in the miss duty Brinkerhoff Sun Dayed in Farrell again on the streets of Luke Knapp is on the sick John Frost has moved to enrol your the Telegraph wants the name and address of every Man in Western Iowa who voted for old Tippecanoe in we have already received the following names Moses Horace in in l w manager 1 the telegraphs rep Oiler of the Camp meeting is not m Amateur at the several yers he was engaged on some of the ir7ge City he is not Ory Brilliant with the pen but As a pulpit orator he stands second to none on the Camp the Telegraph wishes editorially to Call attention to the in and As tur Rolls modesty would forbid his saying anything of his own s but Justice for the Telegraph to say that is Seimon another to on monday morning is spoken of of be ing one of the very Best preached on the Camp proposed air line prom Paul Council being the Windom of a gust contains the following concern ing the proposed building of an air line from to Council by the new ulna Western Railroad company this is a corporation organized less than a year by Paul and new Ulm of which we understand of is and of new Secre it in proposed to build a line from in what Way was the country less prosperous under the Revenue or free Trade Tariff of 1850 than it is now the wages of labor Are now at least 35 per cent higher thai they were in and every Dollar received will buy More necessaries and comforts of life More of the products of Industry taken in proportion As they Are actually con would have bought in Aie Large suit fashion Mirror Many of the summer hats to the most approved Lawn tears is made of White tee silk dust cloaks for travelling Are worn in quite Shade of or Are shot with draperies continue and in arrangement appear but very simplicity requires a skilled and smash mantles lace hoods Are to n at Garden fetes by Young ladies waen they can not Wear Large tailor made gowns Are elaborated to suit dress occasions by Smai t additions o military like Silver and Gold plumbing Street washers plumbing done to As True As the following com the Catholic to Tal abstinence addressed to non Temperance shone be read by we Trust that protest As Well As will Lay it to their hearts you cant Boohoo the Temperance movement any intemperance is such a widespread disgrace to the Catholic it affects you As Well Exira Frank Andrews was in Exira Mon miss Nettie Wattles visited in e a last woodwards Mother is visiting Joiles visited Audubon friends last Hallock and Worthing of Anita were in Exira a numb of Exira people went to Paul to Council Bluffs on As nearly an air line As and in pursuance of such plan engineers have been put in the Field and a Survey completed to the Survey is under the direction of chief Engin who with his party of about Twenty men pitched their tent in tues Day the Survey commenced at Minneapolis and has been prosecuted Ona very direct line to new Ulm and it passes North of Mountain q Lake and bin Gnara Lake and comes Down through the Ravine Between the Barden 118 farm and Tom crosses the up per end of Cooks Slough and strikes Omalia track near the old gravel the preliminary Survey has been completed to and and today the engineering party have returned to Minneapolis to again come Over the line to set Grade from the engineers it is Learned that the Survey will not be continued beyond Windom this and that the line from Par to wine am is Only about Mak ing a saving of 5u Miles Over the line now traversed by the advice to Winstown soothing syrup should always be used for children it soothes the softens the allays the cures wind and is the be remedy for Price til i Samuel Joseph James Walnut Grove Eli Edward Clark John Henry Bear Grove Joseph Calvin James Dexter i Calvin Nelson Benjamin John Jacob Edward Atlantic Robert Henry Lufus visiting at Noble Josiah John James Stephen Thomas Frank red Morton Ethel red Samuel Peter Hiram Duke de red East Side John red Alex Alfred of talc Ephram red 9 red Joseph red red red John Levi James Leander Williston Stevens John Andrus Alva Isaac Charles Henry to Icil City 1u1 Usu Twentyfive cuts a 1 Darby prophylactic use it in every sick will the atmosphere pure and wholesome removing All bad doors from any source Wil destroy All disease Utec tons from All and All co tag ious the eminent physician Marioi new says i a co minced that Darby Prophe lactic fluid is a most Val Abw

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