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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 25, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa E Atlantic volume january number All Eis of optical complications at the Park hotel the world famous from get tar you can consult him about and How to take Tirc of More sight for the unfortunate Sucu Lucic and tho Doin of blindness prevented by the use of his Alaska brilliants and australian a new chemical combination of and Patent self adjusting Spring by3s glasses the first time introduced in this country Man Ucucu ired to order after careful examination by modern Strassman will arrive in Atlantic soon Imd Timve an office it the Park artificial eyes persons deprived of an Eyo can have this Rte Lori it removed by thu insert Ion of in Art indu which moves and looks like a natural Organ office to 32 i to 1 and 7 to 8 til the references a dab c j president b c k x u it postmaster mrs t s to Kev j i Case Jumes Janis nov k la do w c r Lek of mrs mrs k w Hanvel Juliae thou l kurd Vick or m mrs Wilcox or mrs aim Rev win Sohura Mikva j mrs c is 1 Donart sirs k j hit mrs judge mrs or Alan or Moore and Ninny hundreds move could be referred t but Cor wit of the Long Felt want for sight restoring and strengthening glasses is now supplies by the successful optician at the Par who will reman but a Short time he refers you to a few of our leading citizens using his glasses eve Rev c w or r g or or j f con Mraw drs Wilder Kyle or m h or a or 0 a or a or or c or h p mrs mrs s f mrs mrs miss mrs or or or jus or or or f m or or or Oliver mrs or Julian Phelps mrs e or f p h or h g mrs or Jos or r c or or c s mrs w e he weekly Lafayette Kruiton and second heres the Oskaloosa heralds ticket the following facts Are Given by e of the poor two years ago the county bought a the 13th of May she gave birth to a Heifer in the Spring of she gave birth to another and she Lias just Given birth to twin her first Alf has also Given birth to a calf Mak ing an increase of five in two if the minty had a few such cows As this we think it would soon to out of Dakota it haunt heard much about a storm sweeping Over that country a week or two the hand county press reaches Here and the Fol lowing is the Only reference to the storm made in that paper the one Man reported to have Frozen to death in Brown will cause More grief and sympathy to be Flung in this than that occasioned by the Many deaths from freezing in sunny the Manning Monitor announces that it has bought the news of that place and the two papers will be Consol and the says those with whom he had talked hailed the consolidation with believing that itis better for the town to have one Good paper until it Jis Large enough to support May he meet with the Success which his hard work deserves is the wish of the Kansas City is having a run of mind cure the newspapers Are discussing the and the clergy Are opposing and the scientists Are going right raking in the fees for alleged cures the extraordinary spread of the Christian science craze is beginning to attract a great Deal of Atten Tion on account of the death of a number of persons who had been healed by mind cure there Are said to be people in the United states who claim to know enough about the science1 to enable them to heal tho there Are sixteen schools in Boston where the science is fourteen in Chicago and twelve in new in the latter state an attempt will be made to secure the enactment of Laws prohibiting the practice of Medicine by Faith Christian science and mind we might As Well All be fair to the Junior Iowa Why is it that some republicans wanted James f Wilson shelved because he had not met expectations on the transportation question in a service of four while senator Allison has been in the Senate about 18 years and his voice has never been heard on the subject of control of and his popularity is Universal and everybody is talking of him for president Why that differ ence who can explain it v the fact is that senator Wilson has done pretty Well for a new and he is a cred it to the state of and there is no use striking him Down with slander just because tho democrats want him crippled and made useless a a servant of the people and of the Republican minor the Railroad people predict that governor Larrabee is ruined be cause of his ant Railroad message and possibly the Gover nor does not desire any further Politi Cal wanted to do some Brave work for the people before he at any rate the people will stand by him they applaud his the re publican party certainly cannot afford to go Back on the the item socratic members of the Iowa general Assembly have sought to make Politi Cal capital by protesting that the pres ent general Assembly is not legally constituted because of the acts passed by the previous general Assembly redistricting the state into senatorial and representative whether the opposition by their protests Are paving the Way to steal a seat in tho United states or to keep senator Wil son when they shall get a majority in the Senate remains to be ii they do not intend to try thei their present actions Are without motive other than to create a momentary the democratic party is great in Iowa it pretends to be dreadful honest in election bul in other states ballot Box stalling and ballot Box burglary Are recognized to be legitimate by constant a heroine of the a Young Nebraska girls Brave achievement during the Bee says from of and one of the secretaries of state Board of a representative of the 3ee Learned an interesting tale of the Pluck and Good judgment exhibited by Young lady school teacher of Valley not Many Miles from the town of Ord is situated the school House of Mira Valley school this House s a Small Frame Structure and the nearest dwelling to it is at least Cne half mile the pupils who at end the school Are usually brought to in a conveyance in the morn and called for in the thursday january there was Little evidence of the coining of the terrible storm which played such havoc in nil portions of the but when she blizzard came it broke with equal fury in the neighbourhood of in the Little school House of Mira Valley miss Minne the yet in her was Intel adoring to allay the fears of thirteen pupils Between the Ages of six and fifteen the task was no Light one and the children were wrought up to the highest pitch of excitement by the fury of the in the midst of the teachers Assurance that All would be Well a terrible gust of wind struck the the windows the House Shook and the door of the Structure was torn from its it was then the Young teacher realized the necessity of preparing for with an exhibition of rare she gathered her Little Brood and securing a Coil of heavy twine began with the largest ones and tied the children together by the arms and three this she huddled her charges around the stove and awaited the pleasure of the storm its furious work came sooner than expect a terrific Gale sweeping everything before struck the building and car ried in the twinkling of an the entire roof of the leaving the frightened Little ones exposed to the the time for prompt action had now but the plucky teacher was equal to the taking the youngest and frail est of her charges in her she tied the remaining end of the twine around her own and with All the words of encouragement she could the courageous teacher with her team of frightened Little ones out into the fury of the those who have braved the terrors of a Nebraska blizzard be told that it required great coinage to enable a Young girl to breast those having in her keeping the lives of thirteen Little ones and the happiness of thirteen those who Felt and suite rec from the effects of thursdays storm need not be told that the act of the Young girl was one from which Strong men themselves might have quailed selecting her Way carefully following the course of the the Brave Gir led her Little charges through Snow drifts and the blinding now cautioning them about their now encouraging them to and All the Way herself bearing an addition Al Burden of somebody urging them into renewed and thu it that after a wearisome journey of three quarters of a through Ai the furies a storm could the Little band reached the threshold of i farm it is needless to say they received a Hearty at the very House where they found shelter one of the made its and if the eyes of a Loving Mother filled with tears As she pressed her Little ones to her they were not dried when she gave to the Brave Young teacher an embrace in which was embodied All the love am gratitude within a mothers i is Safe to say that the subsequent reception of miss Freeman in the Homes of All the Little ones she had rescued perhaps from death was equally As warm As that accorded in the first in miss Mamie Freeman a a Young lady Only Nineteen years of age and is teach ing her first term of school in Mir Valley her action of thursday has endeared her stronger than words can portray to those whose Little ones she cared for so and the display of rare courage and judgment entitles her to the esteem of Al who Admire heroism with a True in the teach inks Louise who has been teaching school eight Miles Northeast of this having but three pupils on the Day of the started at 2 Oclock to a House about Twenty rods having her hands full to keep the Little ones from being blown and blinded with Snow she soon found herself lost with three Small children in the terrible they wandered in vain to find at last the children were completely tired they All Laid Down Iii the Snow in tho teacher tried to shelter the Little ones with her but Early in the night one of the boys passed away in later the other Little boy died and morning the Little girl passed away in the arms of her then miss Lloyce left the Little ones and went to the House Only about thirty rods her feet Are badly Frozen and she will probably lose she is badly chilled and slightly Frozen else the children were the Fen of 8 years and a son and daughter of aged 7 and j Obrien and editor of United who has been confined in prison since was released from Bullamore ail he proceeded to a priests House in followed by a Large to own which cheered him Obrien arrived in this City this even was greeted at the railway station by an immense which included Many members of parliment and a Large number of on alighting from the train he entered the lord mayors and was driven to the followed by a Long prices on arriving at the hotel Obrien made a Brief he said that in spite of the efforts of Balfour the Irish were stronger than although the English were slow in joining they would be slow in deserting the Irish would not resort to but will follow Parnell and trusting to the democracy of great Britain to make Ireland a Briens looks denote that his Constitution is shattered and his physicians insist Hatsie Sho Tild go to the South of France Woithe Benefit of his Obrien received Many congratulatory letters in the course of the some coming from refer ring to blunts charges against Balfour he had heard them from Blunt Long be fore had been likelihood that Blunt would be the it was be cause that he Obrien had the state ment in mind that he told Moorehead and Egan in beginning that he believed he had brought to prison to apart from blunts reveal he thought they had a right to infer the worst from Balf stirs secrecy in i Muring them in what he sup posed would turn out to be Bullamore news january the House of Frank at was burned and the whole six perished in the three men were killed by a boiler explosion in Kastner elevator at three prisoners who escaped from the jail at Adel thursday evening have been captured one at Desoto and the others at James an old shoe dealer of Council made an liabilities assets Frederick a German suicide by hanging himself from the Railroad Bridge near Cedar Falls has bonded itself for 500 for a water work five car loads of steel rails have been unloaded at Spencer for Milwaukee St Paul it is Learned from a Good source that the Milwaukee will build from Spencer to thence Sioux City that they have bought the Northwestern narrow and will run from us Moines to Sioux to spirit Lake and the route to be taken to Paul to connecting that stub with a stub running out of Paul Southwest to Benton Junction a shaky the House on yesterday declared speaker Carlisle entitled to his the vote stood 164 and 7 the decision of the supreme court in the Maxwell Preller is that Maxwell must his attorney will ask the supreme court for a rehearing and if that is refused he will seek executive Daniel Driscoll was hanged at new York yesterday for the murder of Eliza Beth Garrity in four masked Wen undertook to Rob j the Bank at Indian the slammed the door of the vault hut and one of the robbers shot him thu i shooting aroused the citizens and the robbers were pursued and one of them i shot and the others one of the in ii captured was Hung for tho Mur Der of the cashier and the other two were turned Over to the pour citizens were wounded but none Billy Dempsey and the news had a prize fight in new York on sunday and Din prey was who surrendered himself to the Polahna that no blows were but hat Dempsey came into the ring in poor in edition and during the first round he fell to the ground and the first National Bank of has closed its doors on account of e Deal cation of the cashier Charles the it is will amount to tobacco dealers of new have made an liabilities estimated at Chicago markets afternoon cd 75 t5k t6w 82 8la 43 Oats 33 33 1385 1385 7 Lei 7 40 7 40 55 7 55 Short 7 40 7 40 52w 7 47 05 7 of estimated 10 000 10 Oak e 052 left 5 Coo 25 g to 5 25 8 000 Atlantic Market each Day at 60 26 3d i and 00 i 10 00 i 3 00 Roo Kuziks and re 8 12 to 20 l of 10 l 00 Corn 25 12h dried 20 on Coal close figures to make sure of a big reduction in nil Winter goods we have Cut our figures in the and keep them there until our mum cos Atid Wool ens Are closed come at Onck make no Pelavin Stock must go As the carpenters commence in n few Days to re Model our store to enable us to show tho grandest display of Ever shown in our place see our 3 cent counter see our 8 cent counter Bradley cooperative soldiers Iowa Home for veterans of the War for the Owa soldiers located near this is a new open for the reception of guests last there Are now 83 veterans of the Union army quartered and More Are almost every Day there Are new of those now but 22 receive pen and a majority of the pensions Are per seven of the men Aro above 70 years of age 18 Are Between 60 and 70 years 26 Are Between 50 and 60 years the remainder Are below 50 years one is of the astonishing age of and he is feeling pretty Well says to enjoys the Homo and is Only awaiting the final summons to a Home in sixteen of tho 83 men Are but Only one or two really have wives depending upon them for there Are sixteen catholics out of the and thirty five out of tho entire number were born in foreign a majority of the foreigners being natives of contrary to predictions made before the establishment of the a majority of the veterans have come from the Rural districts and from the villages of the had expected that the inmates would Hail from Dea Moines and the other Large towns of the a Largo majority of the men few of them were in size they average tha average Cost of supporting the men last month was eighteen cents per Day the a picture of which is Given is Well and substantially and will accommodate 300 men possibly 400 could be quartered and cared for after some outside buildings Are put relieving the main building of the quartermasters office and inside of one year tho Home will to filled to its utmost no one can visit it without being con Vinced of its necessity and the National Homes Are crowded and can no longer make the boys Comfort the Illinois Home at Quincy is also crowded and will been the veterans in the Home Here Are Well along toward the close of life they Aro no longer capable of battling for they Are not in rugged they Are Only waiting for the final last Roll the final Muster a country that would not have been Worth living in if they and their comrades had not saved owes them a debt of gratitude that never can to they went Forth in their Pride and vigor of they returned to find age prematurely coming and strength prematurely de in their helplessness they Aro being remembered and and no consideration of expense or taxation should enter in to hinder the Bestowal upon them of any Comfort Money can the Iowa Home is managed much the same As Are the National except ing that the rules and discipline Are More the men sleep on Small Iron bedsteads or cots that Are comfortable and the rooms Are Large and a considerable number of men Are placed in each cleanliness is made necessity and frequent bathing is hav ing a general beneficial effect upon the health of some veterans who have not had such opportunities Ted advantages Here the food is excellent and Well prepared under the direction of chief Cook who some eight years ago was the Cook of the Reynolds House at tho building is heated by steam and lighted by a a number of cottages for the Homes of pm and other buildings Aro needed and doubtless will be provided for by tho present general tho present pressing need of the Home is n and if any one who reads this has a few Good books or magazines to he could do no More worthy thing than to ship them to Milo the com mandant of the the Home has a Chapel and religious services Aro held almost every prayer meetings Are regularly held each and Aro thoroughly enjoyed by Many of the veterans of Torrence Post recently presented the Home with a genuine american a live who is ready for his rare beef Steak three or More times a the Bird has been named after one of the Gallant Iowa he will be Well cured no i tissue of patriotic Iowa could visit this Home without being glad that it is of backed by Atlantic Lias rented the hush Corner store building for two he will put in a Large Stock of dry goods and boots and the building is now being fitted up and the goods will arrive next or Houck Isan old timer at the business and also was for years a travelling

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