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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 18, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa Allanr volume january number the weekly Lafayette kid tit and Tel Korkalo second the Gove knots governor Larrabee inaugural and dross is a Stem Winder on the transportation question and to senator who led the Light in 1878 against the repeal of the Granger the governor being in the Lead on the other the inaugural must have sounded like turning states but the governor Lias been soundly and his inaugural the masses of people it is a courageous it is Brave and no Iowa governor has Ever manifested such courage none has Ever spoken so Larrabee apparently has no ambition but to serve the the Cov Knoks governor Lar Rabecs message to the Twenty second general Assembly is a wonderful it a full of courage and Good it is pointed and cannot on any Public matter be he recommends the two cent railway fare and the establish ment of maximum freight he favors the total abolition of the railway except to employees when an actual duty wants less sunday work for railway Emy Loyes wants railways to pay for All they buy in Cash Aud not with mileage tickets or he wants the railway commissioners to be paid by the state and not by the he makes countless Able no better message Ever emanated from the pen of an Iowa if the message had appeared one Clay sooner it would have come near making the governor a United states senator Youngs Railroad commissioner Bill provides for the division of the state into live Eracli of which shall be entitled to a commis the term of office to be four and to begin the first of january 1880 vacancies to be filled by appoint ment of the the commissioners elected under the act shall have All the Powers conferred by the acts of 17th general Assembly and in addition thereto such authority and Power As Are conferred by this they shall also have the Power to supervise the freight and passenger rates of All rail Way lines in this to change such except such As Are fixed by when in their judgment Are deemed they shall have Power to regulate land control the rates of sleeping car express and Telegraph doing Busi Ness in this they shall have Power to compel obedience to their de the commissioners Are to be elected by the people and their salaries paid by the and not by senator Young has also introduced a Bill directing the attorney general to proceed at once to try to collect in the courts the penalty for the penalty As fixed by the code is per month for each Road in the that Law Lias existed for fifteen but has not been senator Youngs Bill would cause suits to be commenced against every company that has been in the Council Bluffs at that place alone the accrued penalties forthe violation of the Law would be Over six millions of should not the As Well As other people be compelled to obey the Laws Atlantic suffered through All through these fifteen years on account of the High rates imposed at non competing and now would like to see the roads pay the penalty and wipe out the state debt and place the permanent school fund in a Plethoria our in March our when six months was taken Down with what the physicians called bronchitis an Ordinary cold and was very sick for two weeks she seemed to be filled deep in the Chest with phlegm which we were unable to loosen she could not lie Down at but had to be Holdup right else it caused her to cough severely the physician did not give her any although the prescriptions were changed every and sometimes twice a Day this treatment was continued about ten and finally we determined to try a bottle of chamberlains cough we obtained a bottle and after giving her a few doses she was breathing easier and throwing off the phlegm and getting to getting Well in a few and we believe we owe her life to the use of chamberlains cough reme our oldest girl is subjected to croup and has had several severe attacks but the cough remedy has brought her out All right with but two Good and we would not go Over night with out a bottle in the to have great Faith in Wilbur e Lulee c sold by All Whf edited by Almi Annc 1uulic the semiannual examination will be held next the county teachers association will meet on saturday of this Crawford has just succeeded Frost in the Crawford brings to the office a fund of added to his natural fitness for the position assures the peo ple of this county of a successful administration of the affairs of his he will be faithfully seconded in his efforts for the advancement of our educational interests by those now serving As teachers in the several schools of the Rufus after a service of eight and on half years As superintendent of the Public schools of this has of his own Accord retired from the steady growth of our schools in All of those elements that go to make up the successful is a sufficient testimony to the preeminent Success of his the results of his work Are practical and some of them Are increased attendance upon school greater punctuality on the part of the an improved sentiment among the people in regard to school matters increased enthusiasm and greater efficiency on the part of Frost has made for him self a reputation of which he by be and he has clone a work for Cass county which will always com Mand the unqualified and admiration of its v the synthetic sound system of teaching Reading is proving to be a successful it is hoped that we May soon be Able to introduce it in to the Atlantic Public where Everi thas been faithfully tried Good results have been the follow ing testimonials in reference to the merits of the system Are by persons competent to judge in reference to the value of system in educational work Thompson has this to say in favor of the system i think that any one who has observed the results of pollards method of must be convinced of its superiority Over the old system of in it May be said that it is no longer an for its Success has been abundantly As a teacher Pollard has had years of and the fact that she has succeeded in shortening by More than on half the and greatly lessening the labor of learning to is a matter of almost incalculable value to the rising 535 Monroe june miss Fanny who Learned of Pollard the synthetic sound method of teaching has had under her instruction the Young pupils of my school Avo were learning to read this last school her Success has been remarkable and has Given greater satisfaction than i have Ever heard expressed before for any the pupils begin to read in the read easily and intelligently in Appleton third Reader before the close of the and they could read at sight any thing else equally i take very great pleasure in recommending the method to parents and the children who have been taught by it have been exceedingly Happy in their has interested them at every they read with great distinctness an very Rebecca principal of girls higher 487 and 489 la Salle july the incentives to a great Deal has been written and spoken about the incentives to Educa motives have been so differently discussed that no two categories if i Analyse the question properly there Are but two motives Power and no Well healthful vigor human but desires the lady of fashion seeks to impress and conquer by her wearing apparel the Man of wealth knows that the measure of his Money gauges his Busi Ness Power the Man of the if he do nothing but Roll strives to make some impression upon his that this principle is natural is shown by the quarrels by the Tat Toos of by the courage of the prize the True student tries to make himself a Monarch if in the to be a master of the the court and tha bar if in to be a master of knife and sanitary mat ters if in to be a master of the human heart and the philosophies of the is no sub Limer spectacle than to see an awkward son of Humble parents betray the secret of his heart in judgment and passing the boy of wealth and mental refine ment until his opinions Are a and his principles ring Clear to guide other men to truth and heroic strength of learning and character makes a Man broadminded and Are and the right kind of Edu cation develops to see to do to draw men one of the greatest things in life is to be he who builds nobly build the rear of his House As Well As the front for the purpose it is no obnoxious weeds Flowers to be Earnest Means to be out upon fraud and we must get at the real heart of this education makes a Man sincere and sincerity is a vital element of i come now to speak of the second the boy with an inborn desire for knowledge finds de Light in his literature and common things and common facts take on a new he reads Between the to illustrate you have sometimes seen a Road Cut among Pine and the Green Arch above was indeed a thing of this is the curve to the gothic Arch As seen in Spires and the minarets of that the origin of pillars within a gothic Church was Trees whose limbs and leaves were interlaced to from the vaulted the Groves were gods first tem nor is this All to show that the gothic order was fashioned from the very ornamentation is climbing and creeping Oak leaves and acorns gnarled limbs and knots and wild Flowers Are there in ample in Short the gothic order had its origin in Forest thus it is that knowledge delights with the curve of an and there is the keenest pleasure in the viewing of an old Correct pleasure is a Noble it Means quickened sensibilities and Correct standards of taste a Subtle apprehension of the it Means More than it Means All True Art is by nature and faithful to Here is the shrine at which Genius now if my ground work is properly the course with child Ren is almost self boys Are ambitious to be get they live in the show them How study gives them strength Busi mental moral the Well educated Man is a moral a show them them the ave Akness of the go daring men Are every new fact every new lesson every new principle every new generalization mastered adds strength to the mind and helps to make the there have been masters of the human mind who have seemed to have exhausted time and space to their profound Aristotle grouped All the possibilities of human knowledge in ten and Des Cartes contrived a single formula which embraced the Range and limit of human such is the Power of use the motive of i entreat As an incentive to remember also that All enduring things Are and must be Good make your schools this Earth is full of pleasant and curiosities Delight the cheerful enthusiasm and cheerful earnestness arouse and please a let no Man belittle your there Are those who would revolutionize and reconstitute you must forestall and pre vent there Are those who would expunge morality and overwhelm re you must Estop and destroy such a in this country the com mon schools Lay the foundation and promote All that is Worth i am feeling that you will be industrious to know the duties of your exalted and i admonish you to be faithful and zealous in their at no time lose sight of the two great incentives to Power Aud each Branch of the general Assem Bly now has a Harber shop of it own Fox use of its a Resolution Lias been offered for a lord High paper Fol Der to oversee the common paper Fol Ders the pages Are All the doorkeeper have the Assembly will probably Settle Down to business As soon As sub pages Are appointed for the pages for you know Oil cat fleas must have let thu fleas upon their Bucks to bite and those again have lesser Ileus Ami so and returns prom thursdays great scores Frozen to death and Many reported missing Dakota the greatest loss of life by the great blizzard of thursday is shown to have been very by for the largest number of casualties be ing reported from Dakota As will be by the special dispatches received today and tonight the list will be largely augmented when the returns Are All the following Are some of the victims and Joseph Smith and two Drivers two and Charles Gilkeson and Rowland Aberdeen Jud son William and Joseph Adam and Cora fitzgeralds two Sioux of was found Frozen to death forty feet of her own husband was and she started to look for of fatalities from thursdays storm Are still coming Smith was Frozen to death while returning Home from a neighbors at John an a member of the was found Frozen stiff within a Quarter of a mile from nine Miles from Emil of a farm la was found dead within Twenty Yards of his a child named Bodine is reported Missig rpm his Home near Nebraska v Nebraska men re ported laying in the Western part of toys David of John Cigar maker a Young name not report Aud we Well aged 8 tho Mas Emil Robert Chambers and an unknown Man were reported dead last Thomas and William Nelson were found Frozen to death this they live nine Miles West of Joseph living in the same neighbourhood is also Chambers saved his son by hurrying him in the but he him self when found they were a half mile from a Nard dog was with the boy says the dog barked All night and his father called for and that his father did not die till an hour before the rescuing party reached the boy is Only slightly a party of four that started for Lake Byron an hour before the storm has not been heard fearful blizzard of thursday has been destructive this at Lesterville Jacob Trutz died from the and his wife had her Aud face badly Frederick Zeilberger was badly and is Likely to there were three deaths from freezing at or near Bongo Rome and two girls were Frozen to death near Clay there is much destruction to several children Frozen to death while returning from Many Farmers returning from town were overtaken and wan dered helplessly about the Prairie Dur ing the two men who were Frozen at this coun now lie in a critical Sioux dead body of a Man was found near this City last night Frozen As was also the team horses with his face was so Frozen As to to unrecognizable and he has not been the horses had been a hitched from the Sleigh with the harness and the Man had no overcoat and it is supposed that with were Riding and that he a hitched the team to go for the others in the covered by his Hunting Par ties Are another heavy snowstorm is now in de teaching school six Miles North of de with his three children were caught in a were out in the storm Twenty four the boy had his feet Frozen solid to the he walked a mile in this and is feet then giving out he crawled half a mile to a he will Loose both one of the girls was so chilled that she remained unconscious five hours after being Man named with his son 15 years were found by a search party two Miles South of Frozen to they were hauling Hay with a Yoke of cattle and one the Stock was the returning of a dog which was with them gave the first the Relief party started yesterday and returned with the other search parties have not yet fears Are entertained for several who Are the weather is the being 35 below Gar a Farmers on the 12th got lost in the blizzard going from the House to the barn and was found dead in the Snow at Raymond Willie and Harry Duver were Frozen to and Charlie Heath was out All Day and night in a Snow but Only lost two f Forenoon just before the blizzard struck a party of seven Farmers living Twentyfive Miles started for their the report comes that the bodies of four men have been found searching parties Are looking for the a wealthy Farmer of hand went to feed his horses and that was the last seen of him until his body was found this morning by a searching de ceased was very popular and much re have reached Here of four persons lost in the but without particulars except in the Case of miss of who was out All night and can hardly Young Young Man started from Here to go in to the country thursday and cannot be it is feared he has several others had narrow loss of life in this Vicinity has been some fears were entertained in regard to the mail but All that go out from this Point Are reported a school teacher at South Faulk and Carrie a were Frozen to death during the blizzard wednesday Young men living on the Jim East or Are still trains will be blocked for a two Farmers started from Bridgewater to Marion Junction and perished on the follow ing deaths have been but it is thought More will be reported slowly two men at Iowa one Man near White Lake two boys and ninety five head of cattle near four school children near one of the last a was alive when after being in the Snow for thirty six but soon Sta zen of started to procure a a Palm for his dead and has not since been heard two children of Joseph living West of perished while going Home from is re ported that a lady school teacher in the Northern part of the county was Frozen to the storm in northe11n fort storm which began saturday is abating and reports of losses Are beginning to come a Farmer named Williams was Frozen to death in Faun in a negro boy was Frozen to death in a dry goods Box at in Johnson and a negro named Johnson Frozen to death in Cooke communications with cattle regions have not been opened but the impression is that hundreds of cattle have been the Mercury ranged three degrees below Zero to ten above on saturday night and Little girl Frozen to Nebraska Jan five degrees below Zero this but moderated and the indications Are that the extreme cold spell is the body of a Little daughter of a Farmer living twelve Miles who has been missing since the blizzard of has been found in a Ravine More than a mile from the she having been Over taken bythe storm when returning from school and within sight of her Home but lost her Henry a while returning from the was overtaken by the storm and Frozen so badly that he had to have both hands and feet other fatalities in Joseph Anna she Ifield and Sis one and two unknown Brothers and an unknown children of Peter woman and teach Bow school teacher and four farm s a collector from Sioux James Kennedy and Farmer named May and an unknown Driver to webs Driver Between new Salem and n children of Peter and in Man the list of missing in Dakota includes livery Man Smith of a teacher of two Young men of n Ichols and near Huron a Man and four children of and John Ocon Ner of no suffering in today to the Gazette from Scott Chap Junction Clay Herington and other towns re port Little suffering from Lack of food and cattle Are reported in Good additional reports of re ports of the loss of life and limb in the great storm last week continue arriving in addition to the list of 140 dead published this the following reports have been received tonight reports that six persons Are known to have perished near the Minneapolis journals revised list of the blizzard fatalities shows ninety seven dead in thirteen in six in seventeen in and two in Montana fifty five persons Are also reported to the evening Wisconsin from various portions of Wisconsin indicate that last night was the coldest of the thermometer at the Washburn at registered 30 below eau Claire registered 48 Richland Center Sparta and Chippewa Falls the Only fatality reported in the state thus far was at Ellis Marinette a Lumberman named Peter Peterson was Frozen to 1 Oclock the dead bodies of aged 51 Eddie and Minnie the former aged 5 years and the latter 11 were brought into Stuart by Andrew Robertson and by whom they were found Frozen to death at 11 about two and half Miles Southwest of the from fridays thursdays storm was reported to be the worst All Over the Northwest of which there any it extended from the Rocky mountains to the but was worse in Minnesota and Dakota than any where railroads Are blockaded and trains delayed All Over the North As an instance of a blizzard it it is reported from Dako that some unthinking teachers there dismiss d and five or six children were lost going three or four Bells were whistles and citizens turned out and tailing Long ropes walked 15 or 20 abreast searching the Little All were found but one a Teny Earold whom there is Little Hope of finding business men who to go Home lost their Way at Street and Many remained at their stores All about the same towns through out Minnesota and the stage that left Washburn for Bisi Nark yester Day had not been heard from at noon the thermometer at bismark registered 30 degrees below Zero thurs Day for editor read a letter last week written at Cali by a former resident of Atlantic to a gentleman of this in among other he says the whole Valley surrounding once covered with Fine fruit Orchards and is now covered by stakes where lots Are for Sale by the fruit Orchards abandoned for Specula Tion in town As to climate he says that for three weeks past there has been ice and Frost every flight Nie Cury Down to 30 and 40 degrees above Zero in the morning and up to 75 and 80 at he says they sleep under the same amount of clothing As Here in Iowa last Winter and that is none too Coal is per 100 pounds stove Wood for 96 feet butter cents per Pound eggs 40 cents per dozen potatoes 2 cents per Pound canned fruits 10 to 15 per cent higher than in Iowa for same class of goods oranges 50 cents per dozen rents for two rooms upstairs month water per month wages for Carpenter which lie is to per i should think this a flattering Outlook for those who thought they make a living in Cass and sold out very to raise Money to take them to this Paradise of Lemons and the monies men have made Money and so they lore in to those who Are Mak ing a Good living Here All can let me say stay where you Settle Down and to Content to labor and you will be am ply rewarded for your give Thorn a Chancel that is to your also All your breathing very won Kerful machinery it not Only the arge air but the thousands of ittle tubes and cavities leading from hem when these Are clogged and choked with matter which ought not to be Here your lungs cannot half do their Ivory and what they do they cannot do Call it or any of the and lung All Are All ought to be got rid there is just one sure Way to get rid of that is to take Boschee Ger Man which any druggist will sell you at per even if every thing else has failed you May de Pend upon this for

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