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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 4, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Teleg Rufli by Telegraph a hotel june to the Floyd at near Eureka Mineral was burned Early this loss partially there were forty guests in the building when the fire broke and All escaped in a retired june to the general James chief of the army Engineer corps was today placed on retired list for this being his sixty Fouth a Hoy june to the the newsboy swimmer arrived at Battery this made the trip from Albany in six Days and one this is nine and half hours better than Paul boy tons Sheridan to the Sheridan was taken on Board the Steamer Watava this afternoon and the ship left the Navy Yard Enro Ute to at half past the weather was Clear and co tee new june to the daily excite ment on the Coffee Exchange was not continued today As generally expected one prominent broker on Exchange laughed at the idea that any failures would result from yesterdays Oava Republican lbs june re publican state Central committee met Here today and fixed the Date of the next Republican state convention at Des Moines for August a Young negro Ellicott City june Cial to the Samuel the diminutive ten year old negro is confined in the jail Here for cutting the throats of Layton two children at Howard the crime was committed yesterday Wilile the Mother was visiting a neigh Bor and the father was working in the the Young negro had been left in charge of the the eldest aged two years five months and the youngest aged sixteen about 4 Oclock in the afternoon the boy in formed Layton that a Man had been in the House and Cut the childrens Layton thought the boy was joking at but discovered on investigation the children lying on the bed with blood streaming from terrible gashes in their the eldest child had fainted from loss of and when revived said Charles had Cut her and the her Throat is badly but she May the younger child cannot the Young fiend admitted the and said he was tired of taking care of the non july to the appointment of Fuller to be chief Justice will be reported to the Senate at the next secret session without recommend sensational new july to the world special from Wheeling says a sensation has been caused by the arrest of Limbert Burt of the retail drug firm of charged with setting fire to the firms place of most pro found astonishment is created by the not new july to the ten Young of port Chester who were reported owned from a cat boat in the sound on saturday Are two of them re turned this general fortress july special to the War ves having on Board general Sheridan and sailed hence for at Daylight this mor the weather is warm with a fresh Easterly wind jealousy the Jersey july to the aged 35 and was shot and pro Bably fatally wounded by Patrick Coffey in the letters House last after shooting the woman Coffey shot him self in the the shooting was result of family quarrels and preparing to july to the is announced at the association Headquarters today that up to Oclock this afternoon twelve Iron Mills have signed the new impression is gaining ground that the general shutdown will be of Short labor july to the Furnace fires in Cin Newport and Covington Mills were allowed to die out on saturday night and were not started this morn Twenty live Hundred men Are thrown out of and the lockout promises to be today Market report by Tele Chicago july today quota Winea july july july Short july Market quiet heavy natives to mixed cows and bulls to stockers and to texans to Market moderately Active but quotations heavy to heavy to to natives to westerns to texans to City july each Day at 50 26 cattle and 15 i 00 of i 3 of Gbo Mekies and 50 n 10 12 to 20 1 00 12h 10 60 i 50 Corn 60 10 dried 20 50 Coal Tom the or up from the by Randolph of the boys Home 12 25 published by 56 Beekman new of All the series of books which have been published in recent under the general title of none has been Welcome More heartily by the Public than boys Home the reason is that it actually did fill that much abused state of a Long Felt the idea of publishing stories for boys by the Best authors Good wholesome that any Parent will be glad to put into a Childs was an excellent and has been religiously carried out by the published is Tom the by Randolph a popular and keeps up the High Standard of the previous which Are by such authors As James Horatio Harry Edward it is for Sale at Republican National platform de ii Iii my memory 01 Pineir first creat Init exr Tim i Mortn Champion of Liberty of the Abraham and to cover Alin with wreaths of import Shablo and gratitude the heroic names of our later Lei ukr who have been More recently Calle Lawa our Arthur Conkling May their memories to we also recall with on greetings and with prayer for his recovery the name of one of on living whose memory will to treasured n both of republicans an the be the name of that Noble Soldier ind Tay Orite child of Phil Len Sheridan in the spirit of those great leaders and of our 8wiinuov 11 limn and with thai hostility to All forms of despotism and 01 pres Sion which is the fundamental idea of the re publican to Send fraternal congratulation to our fellow americans of Hazll i to 11 Keiit actor emancipation which has now com Mintmi Tho slavery peaceful recovery of Home Rule for no reaffirm Pur Devotion to the National Constitution and to the indissoluble Union of the states to the autonomy reserved to the states under the Constitution to the Persou Al rights and liberties of n All the Stales and territories in the Anil especially to the supreme and Sovereign right of every 1 a of t Rich or native or foreign Bor White or East one free ballot in the i lie elections and have that ballot duly count e hold a free and popular and a ust and equal representation of All the people e people to be the foundation of our Republic All Ovenil and demand effective legislation to secure of Olla which Are the Fountain of All Public we charge that the present administration in y pm tvs Welty i of then existence to the sure Sion of the ballot we Are uncompromisingly in favor of the american system of we protest against its by the president and ins they serve the interests t will support the interests of America accept the Issue and Coll Dently Appeal to the people for their the protective system must be its has always been followed by general disaster to All except those of the usurer and e denounce the Mills Bill As destruct Ive to the general business and to the labor and farming of the and we heartily endorse the consistent and patriotic action of the Republican representatives in con Gress in opposing its we condemn the proposition of the democratic party to place Wool on the free and to us St that duties thereon shall he adjusted and maintained so As to furnish full and adequate Protection to that the Republican party would effect All needed reduction of National Revenue by repealing the taxes upon tobacco which Are an annoyance and Burden to and the tax upon spirits used in the arts and for mechanical purposes and by such revision of the Tariff Laws As will tend to Chese imports of such articles As Are produced by our the production of which elves employment to our releases from import duties those articles of foreign product except the like of which cannot be produced at if there shall still remain a larger Revenue than is requisite for the wants i the we favor entire repeal of the internal taxes rather than the surrender of any part of our protective system at the joint Behest of the whisky ring and the agents of foreign i our hostility to the introduction into this country of foreign contract and of chinese alien to our civilization and our Constitution and we demand the rigid enforce ment of existing Laws against and favor such immediate legislation As will exclude such labor from our we declare our opposition to All combinations of capital organized in or to control arbitrarily the condition of Trade among our and we recommend to Congress and to the state Legislatures in their respective Juris such legislation As will prevent the execution of All schemes to oppress the people by undue charges on their or by unjust rates for transportation of their products to Market we approve legislation by Congress to prevent alike unjust burdens and unfair discrimination Between the we reaffirm the policy of appropriating the Public lands of the United states to be homesteads of american citizens and not which the Republican party established in 1sg2 against the persistent opposition of the democrats in and which has brought our great Western Domain into such magnificent the restoration of unearned rail Road land Grants to the Public Domain for the use of actual which was begun under the administration of president should be we deny that the democratic party Lias Ever restored one acre to the but we declare that by the joint action of republicans and democrats about acres of unearned originally granted for the construction of railroads have been restored to the Public in pursuance of the conditions inserted by the Republican party in the original the democratic administration with failure to execute the Laws securing to settlers the title of their and with us ing the appropriations made for that purpose to harrass the innocent settlers with spies and prosecution under the false pretence of exposing frauds and vindicating the the government by Congress of the territories is based upon necessity to the end that they May become states in the Union whenever conditions of material re Public intelligence and Are such As to insure a stable local government the people of such territories should be permitted the right inherent in them to form for themselves constitutions and state governments and be admitted into the pending their preparations for All officers thereof should be selected from Bona fide residents and citizens of the territory wherein they Are to South Dakota should of right be immediately admitted As a state into the under the Constitution framed and adopted by her and we heartily endorse the action of the Republican Senate in twice passing Bills for Lier the refusal of the democratic Louse of for partisan o favourably consider these is a wilful Vio lation of the sacred american principle of local self government and merits the condemnation of All just the pending Bills in the Senate for acts to enable the people of North Dakota and Montana territories to form constitutions and establish governments should passed without unnecessary the re publican party pledges itself to do All in its Power to facilitate the admission of the territories of new Idaho and Ari Zona to the enjoyment of self government As such of them As Are As soon As and Tho others As soon As they May become Tho political of Tho mormon Church in the As exorcised in Tho is a Monango to free institutions too dangerous to be Long to pledge Tho to pub lean Power to appropriate legislation asserting Tho sovereignty of the nation in All Tho territories the same is and lit furtherance of thai end to place upon Tho statute Bonus legislation stringent enough political from the ecclesiastical and thus stamp out the attendant wickedness of poly the Republican party is in favor of both Gold and and condemns the policy of the democratic administration in its efforts to to demand a reduction of letter postage to one cent per in a Republic like whore the citizen is the Sovereign and the official Tho where no Power is exercised by Tho will of Tho it is important that Uio the should possess the free school is the promoter of that intelligence which is to preserve us a free nation the state or or both should tree institutions of learning sufficient to he lid growing up in the land Opportunity of a stood common school e earnestly recommend prompt action be taker Liy Congress in the enactment of such Legisla Tion As will secure Tho rehabilitation of our american merchant and we protest Nua Insl the passage by Congress of a free ship Bill As calculated to work injustice to our labor by lessening the wages of those engaged in pre paring the material As Well As those directly employed in our ship we demand appropriations for the Early re building of our Navy for the construct Ion of coast Toralti cations and modern and the Protection of our defenceless harbours and cities Lor necessary works of National import Ance in improvement of harbours and channels of our Coastwise and foreign Commerce Tor the encouragement of the shipping interests of the Nulf and Patille us Well As for the payment of the maturing Public this Pulley will give employment to our activity to our various increase Secu Rity ii our promote open new and i Eccl markets for our produce and cheapen the Cost of to affirm this to be far better Tor our country than the democratic policy of loaning the governments Money with out Iii Ere to pet the conduct of foreign a lairs by the present administration has been distinguished by inefficiency Ami having withdrawn from the Senate All pending treaties effected by the Republican administration for removal of foreign burdens and restrictions upon our and for ils Extension into better it has neither Elie eted nor proposed any others in their professing to adhere to the Monroe Doc it has seen with Idle complacency the Extension of foreign influence in i ventral America and of foreign Trade everywhere among our it has refused to or encourage any american organization for the construction of the me Arangua a work of vital importance to the maintenance of the Mon Roe doctrine and of our National ill Senence in Central and South America and necessary for the development of Trade with our Pacific Terri with South and and with the islands and farther coasts of the Pacific we arraign the present democratic administration for its weak unpatriotic treatment of fisheries and its surren Der of essential privileges to which our fishing vessels Are entitled in Canadian ports under the treaty of the reciprocal maritime Legisla Tion of and the comity of and which Canadian fishing vessels receive in the ports of the United we condemn the policy of the present administration and the democratic majority in Congress towards our fisheries As unfriendly and conspicuously As tending to destroy a valuable National Industry and an indispensable resource of defense against a foreign the name of american applies alike to All citizens of Tho Republic and imposes upon All the same obligation of obedience to at the same that citizenship is and must be the Pano ply and safeguard of him who wears and protect whether High or Rich or in All his civil it should and must afford him Protection at Home and follow and protect him abroad in whatever land he May be on Law Ful the men who abandoned the Republican party in and continue to adhere to the democratic have deserted not Only the cause of honest of sound of free Dom and purity of the but especially have deserted the cause of Reform in the civil we will not fail to keep our pledges because they have broken or because their candidate has broken we therefore repeat our Decla Tion of twit Reform of the civil serv auspiciously begun under a Republican and Shook be completed by the further Extension of the Reform system already Stab by Law to All grades of the service to which it is the spirit and purpose of Reform should be observed in All executive and always at variance with the object of existing legislation should be to the end that the dangers to free institutions which Lurk in thu Power of official patronage May be wisely and effectively the gratitude of the nation to the defenders of the Union cannot be measured by the legislation of Congress should conform to the pledges made by the Loyal and be so enlarged and extended As to provide against the possibility that and Man who honorable wore Federal uniform shall become an inmate of an or Depe pendent private Char in the presence of an overflowing Treasury it would be a Public scandal to do less for those who valorous to strove to preserve the govern we denounce the hostile spirit shown by president Cleveland in his numerous vetoes of measures for pension and the action of the democratic House of representatives in re fusing even consideration of general pension leg in support of the principles herewith Enuncio we invite the cooperation of patriotic men of All and especially of All workingmen whose Prosperity is seriously threatened by the free Trade policy of the present Jenkins says Cleveland beats every Tennis player that comes for Long and faithful service the record of miss Sarah Norcross is probably unparalleled in this this lady went to Lowell from in and obtained employment in the dressing room of the to oct Cotton during the fifty years intervening she has been constantly employed in the same room and at the Saino and for forty years under the same county and kx1ha celebrate at will of a visiting Hia old school Miller has returned from her visit to accompanied by her sister and two miss Abbie Porter is visiting John Crane and Levi Zaner went to Audubon last doll of Pacific is visiting his i the contest Between the East town boy and a Man in Westtown was decided in favor of the Samuel of has moved his family to Exira and occupies part of Luke knapps House he will also operate the Myers Doc of was seen on extras streets Joseph clues can who has been visiting Here has re turned to her Milliman went to Audubon Knapp is on the sick Mcgallin visited Camp Bell Bailey and her lass Are visiting the kid baud is getting to the Frank Andrews came Down to attend meeting wednesday Stuart was in town miss Ella of civil is visiting Doc Jones will soon return from and will locate at Walker has returned from his visit at Bradley is a frequent visitor in miss Abbie of is visiting her whom she has not seen for eight Mcgowan and George Glenshaw went to storm Lake with the Audubon county the whooping cough is still whoop ing the Little folks Stanfield visited Exira last Meek returned from Audubon Glenshaw was in Exira Between trains winns of red is visiting Mike Sharf was on extras streets miss formerly manager of the Peoples Cash has returned to her Home in John Griggs puts up in Exira since the miss Annie Dorr is now manager of the Peoples Cash Lony Houston Houston has returned to the drama entitled above the introduced Friday was enjoyed by All who the proceeds being the had work in the third degree Friday night which was at tended by several Anita miss Ella Haycook visited Exira Sun Statzell went to Audubon sat miss Nettie Watles is visiting Hiraml Leath is visiting his family and will celebrate in and miss Lena Bush visited miss Florence Meredith at Lewis Sun Houston visited his parents Over Carrie Cooley is visiting Anita will celebrate the Sansom visited last week with friends in Hay making is at Corn is rather but is growing nicely these warm Mike tyranny has purchased a new it is a Fine last week the Atlantic boys came Down to play our boys a game of the score stood 12 to 11 in favor of at Lattig have purchased a splendid new fire and burglar proof Safe to be placed in their Boyle and of Are visiting with his sister Boyle preached a very Good Sermon in the congregational Church sunday the Atlantic weekly Telegraph and Kansas City weekly journal from tills into until result of presidential elec Tion is for fifty Call on or a dross american foundry and machine shops Wilson manukactukkh9 of Jyz scum hoisting Mill i Nieding fio Iron horse Bridge bolts and Coal car wheels and and All kinds of Iron and brass Mill and agricultural machinery repaired on Short notice by competent 225 East front Street Des Fald Tor old the state insurance compy of Des invites your patronage it is a successful Home compy with a paid up capital of and has done business in Iowa for Twenty it is the strongest and Best Iowa and offers As Low As Liberal a and As ample indemnity As any company in the world officers Wesley go bankrupt prices for the next 3o Days we will positively Slaughter goods to close out our entire Stock of Spring and summer genuine Clearing Sale genuine Clearing Block

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