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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 4, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The july monuments the exercises of the Day at get an overcrowded stand Way and Hundred occupant a Are precipitated to the first army carps Only Sun Dolne and a delightful Breeze have contributed much to the pleasure of the thousands saturdays crowd was tally doubled sunday the streets of the the various Camps and the Bat the Flold Are thronged with the 9th new Seward Amo in at an Early hour and marched the Camp in front of the Springs in Fine prominent among the of demands of veterans getting Here this morning Are those of the Excelsior brigade and the 07th during the morning the Tho the 54th and 110th new York the l5ist Pennsylvania and 1st now Jersey cavalry monuments were dedicated by veterans of the various com More than Pennsylvania veterans reported at Camp a Wilson Jef Orris sunday morning also the Union Veteran of who have quarters on the Southern Edge of the religious services were hold in the morning at the National cemetery chaplain Sayres delivering the in the evening there was dress Parade in the presence of followed by a sacred concert by the Frankfort Reynolds above was a throng of humanity Lor tin hour before the memorial exercises of Tihe Hirst army corps were flailed to during Tho gathering of the audience Longstreet was is Hortert to the and hundreds of vet Erans of the Blue Shook hands with the overcrowded stand gave Way with out a moments and suddenly let to occupants Down several feet without any one being Beaver and his and a number of Confederate survivors occupied Beaver and Lori Street were received with promptly at 3 president of the first army corps Asso opened the and introduced Bishop Newman of in a fervid gave Chi Ujkan for the bravery and heroism displayed Here in the maintenance of constitutional Beaver was enthusiastically re especially by the John orator of the thanked governor Beaver for Hie cordial Welcome extended the first army corps and complimented the Keystone state on her constant and substantial testimonials of appreciation it the he considered this a great Day for the first army to meet after a Quarter of a Century on the Flold made historic by their and asserted with emphasis that not half has Baen told of the deeds of this command in one of Tho most important of engagements during the entire giving full credit to what others had Dona thought it should be remembered that Here the 1 first corps held in Check far six two thirds of the Confederate if those troops had gained the Battle of Gettysburg would not have been Reynolds being the speaker was one Rea son for want of Justice in giving the corps a he would have done his Home troops full measure of in speaking of the corps participating daring the rest of the he said no other corps was a action All three of the in his Opin ion it was time that the first corps received some measure of credit for the important part they the address was rather the statements and devoid of All useless George Frederick the War governor of new on being in counted it one of the most important of his life to be Pennsylvania noted War was loudly called but was not governor present governor of said he did not come Here As a War but As one who had taken part in the having held a command in standards brigade of ver Mont in this Battle colonel of the 4th Vermont regiment of standards considered picketts charge the grandest Ever made in the judge late colonel of the 10th Vermont of the same paid the corps a compliment by saying that not Only the glory of opening the Battle belonged to but also the As his who the last was temporarily attached to Tho first the Confederate James Long was next introduced and received Hearty he said he was not on the Field in time to witness the engage ment Between the first corps and the troops of the he was glad to be present and participate in these exer for he saw in them the development of a sympathy such As was born in the hearts of All who know How to appreciate that and he thought none knew better How to Manifest these feelings than the troops of the first after speaking of the advantages of the Federal he said that Here the Southern army met us but not for want of Forti tude or in paying tribute to that valor he said picketts charge has not parallel in the annals of War and touchingly alluding to the said such is the sacrifice sometimes demanded by the usages of in Clos ing he said the ladles Are god bless Aid May they dispel All illusions that May come Between the the band played Dixie before Long streets speech and Yankee Doodle when Fairchild was Intro need and started out with the sentence Twentyfive years have made it possible k a Confederate and a Yankee tween Dixieland Yankee he did not know a better object lesson for Young than these fraternal gatherings of those two once hostile he agreed with governor beavers open ing remarks concerning the use of the Sabbath for this and thought no none to holy to visit these scenes and hold memorial services Over the Wjk times of War it was not too holy to Flag lit on with proper motives to the heart this was not too Haly a Day to pay Well merited tribute to the Williams of historian of the first and several other later in the afternoon the 9th new Fork National guard regiment escorted the veterans of the 88d regiment to their the procession making an imposing fifty one feet a Shaft of alternate faced with red and Blue finished la the finest regimental Monu ment on Tho at the after Mubi by the regiment Roe uttered the Monument was then presented to the memorial As in the evening Bishop Newman addressed an audience of 800 in christs lutheran on the Mission of the the Pennsylvania with Tho Hearty approval of governor have selected october As Pennsylvania Day at when All erected in door the auspices of the com Minton will be july 200 vet All that Are left of Meaghers famous Irish left Jersey City Sun Day morning for Over the Pennsylvania to take part in Tho ceremonies of the unveiling of the Monument erected to their dead com rades at that among the officers accompanying Thorn Are Dennis Robert James Quail aug and the Mozart composed of the survivors of the old Fortieth new York departed for the Battlefield at Gettys Over the Pennsylvania in the they Are 100 and Are under Tho leadership of at Jersey City they were joined by thirty five members of the Boston Branch of the same the Bill july entomologist Forbes reports to the Secretary of Tho department of Agri culture that he has discovered a destructive attack on Corn by a native in sect not hitherto recognized As injurious of the snout beetles or Bill bugs of whose habits and history nothing has been hitherto it now a that this insect feeds commonly on a Large club Rush and the common plants which grow Abund Antly in the lowest marshy and attacks Corn when planted on ground where these grasses have been slowed the Beetle is about half an Inch and bears a Long snout or at Tho end of which is a pair of minute this snout it thrusts into the stalk of Corn or Stem of grass upon which it is chewing and swallowing the soft internal tissues of the whole Fields of Corn have thus been completely destroyed two or three times in another Block signal july prominent Railroad men were present at a private trial of an automatic electric Block signal the demonstration was pronounced a perfect and bound to revolutionize present being especially valuable on account of its simplicity and and doing away with the army of it is especially adapted to single line rail on entering a danger signals Are displayed at each end until another Block is entered when safety signs Are this is All accomplished by Means of an electric Batter in the engine which communicates to the signals by Means of a wire Brush touching a raised Iron rail at each a guns Schiewer seriously new july Harri who has been a Glass eater in dime museums for several is ill of acute Harrison is so sick from the disorder of his stomach that he will not return to the and was willing to Tell How his gloss eating was the Goblet was not but composed of a Brittle composition of isinglass and this had the feel ing and appearance of and the difference could not be detected by an inexpert the substance was pretty and Chew it As Fine As he went into his stomach in a state not at All conducive to our athletes americas representatives in the Contesti at fran of Henry to become head of the Prum Laa Sooin a Point in coming Bola Aram a French july american ath letes comprising the teams of the new York and Manhattan athletic who Are to contest with the representative athletes of Ireland at met with an enthusiastic and flattering reception at Kingstown and on their arrival at the former place they found the Harbor crowded with boats filled with and their who had come to receive and a pleasure boat bearing a committee and a Host of gentlemen interested in waiting to escort them to the yachts n the Harbor were covered with and the appearance of the Ameri cans was the signal for prolonged cheer ing by the crowd ashore Aid the visitors were at once taken in charge by the reception committee and presented with an address signed by a Large num Ber of Irish athletic Ani sporting celeb their reception at Dublin and along the route was of a similar character if More enthusiastic than at the bands playing and the crowds cheering the visitors until the train arrived at where the games in which the teams Are entered with take place on july 7 and Avery and Koose of the visiting found communications awaiting which compelled their return to new York on urgent and they sailed from Queenstown of the Steamer japanese hard work getting july second trial of the tall Sheet Case woe postponed until the september term of owing to the great difficulty of securing a out of fifty six persons examined All but one had formed such Strong opinions about the Case As to Dis qualify them from serving As the court announced that a motion for a change of venue would be an Eagle currying a july at work in the Fields near Long live Miles from mount Logan coun had their attention attracted by Tho tinkling of a Bell attached to the neck of an american Eagle flying by Means of a Glass the Bell could be july is expected that the judicial committee will at once agree to report the nomination of Fuller for chief Justice of the supremo but whether or not the report will be accompanied by any recommendations in still a matter arrested on a serious july great Aonia Tion was caused Here by the arrest of Joseph Orr upon a warrant sworn our by charging him with criminal he was held in 500 Bonds for his appearance at the circuit Orr is a married German july great majority of the German singers visiting Balti More at this spent sunday at Bay a Large number of them went Down on the morning while others waited until Tho Tolar general Conway july vicar general Conway died sunday morning after a Long he was 50 years and was born in he was ordained a priest in consecrated a july Leo Haid of North Carolina was consecrated at the Cathedral in this City by Cardinal Bishop Haid is a and a native of a hotel employee hangs july Kel Ler employee at the Charles hanged himself from the rafters of a barn near the no cause can be give a record of distress from and new following japanese advices up to june 12 were received by the Steamer port which reached Van Couver last night on the 3 of june two slight shocks of earthquake occurred in from Saigon we hear that the heat is no rain has yet al though every Day there is a Good Deal of Bains Are unusually late this the cholera epidemic is not hut is said to have diminished in Interior of Cochin As Well As in Lynese Rains Are still fall ing and the number of victims to the disease is a Telegram from dated 6th reported that there is a probability that railroads will be gradually constructed throughout the chinese the German minister to China is direct ing his attention to assisting German merchants to obtain contracts for on the 6th the while proceeding from Yokosuka to Yok Ohama encountered a severe Squall and was sunk off one of the Crew was the head of the prussian july is highly probable that emperor William will appoint his Prince Imperial minister of to succeed von the emperor has often expressed his condemnation of the system of elevating a military however to the highest naval office in the and the appointment of his brother to the head of the admiralty department would Only be consistent with his Well known the late emperor Fred Ericks delivered a touching address to the students of the Berlin University in memory of his dead Patron and confident of july daily news correspondent says that Prince Bismarck in conversation with several members of the asserted Bis opinion that the peace of Europe would not be Dis Turbed unless the Powers provoked he had no fear that Russia would do he being convinced that the former differences with Russia were so positive was he of this that he wished that he could have the same Confidence in the Pacific intentions of divorced persons july marriage in new York of the Duke of Marlborough created considerable talk Here and immediately raised the question whether his Grace and his new wife would be received at the question was speedily by the Uno though none the less authoritative that the Queen would not receive persons of what Ever rank being Tabooed by her Tho Irish Bishops publish july Irish Bishops have caused the publication of a series of resolutions detailing the present situation of the land and declaring that unless parliament immediately applies u really effective measure to protect tenants from oppressive exaction and arbitrary most disastrous consequences to Public order and safety Are almost Hellman must be Imp hmm Compa Alm mom in their july of the United states circuit denied a new trial in the famous Case of saute Hellman against the Mutual life insurance the new York life the Connecticut Mutual insurance com these cases were brought nine years ago in Kansas to recover the poli cies hold by plaintiffs the is sue is merely one of fact resting on the identity of a certain body found soon after Bellman had insured his life for he and a Friend had gone Hunt and a few Days later a alleged to be was found on the route the two had the insurance companies charged and claimed that the body was that of a Young Man who disappeared from his Home in two juries have disagreed on the the third trial was before judge shits at Topeka last it occupied Nineteen and 128 witnesses were a verdict was rendered for the plaintiff in the sum of a new trial was asked for and denied by judge the Case now goes to the supreme state against a part of ten Nenee sued for by state of july of has addressed a letter to governor of in which the latter official is informed that the attorney general of Virginia has been authorized to Institute proceedings against the state for the Possession of certain Terri tory now under the jurisdiction of ten but claimed by the state of Vir the territory is a strip two Miles wide and 105 Miles extending along the Northern boundaries of sul Hawkins and Claiborne making an area of the average value of this aside from the town is put Down in the comptrollers report at an but it is Worth at least per making a total value of besides Oil of property in the town of Trafalgar Square july the saturday meet ings at Trafalgar under the auspices of William still the crowds having become bolder by reason of the apathy of the to which the alleged Idle workingmen mistook for there were two arrests last saturday and it is probably that the meetings will be prohibited a woman made a july a widow named Alice mod Aniol of this appeared before judge Vinton of the Cir Cuit court and declared her intention of becoming a citizen of the United the belief is that this is the first in stance on record where a woman has been mud a citizen in India july the with Sheridan on arrived Here sunday and anchored in Hampton Sheridan Condi Tion sunday night was reported about the same As when he left the Jane fruit Only depart ment of agriculture june report on fruit prospects this year says 1888 being numerically an should be a favourable season for and the first returns of the season show generally a Good Prospect in every important fruit especially in new England and the Middle the Outlook is less favourable in the and Georgia than in any other part of the the condition of the peach crop is generally reported lower than that of but in most important peach states the reverse of this seems to be in new Jersey the general average of the condition is in Delaware and Maryland the crop is re ported As the most promising for a num Ber of the president will visit july Dan the presidents private has secured for himself and lament a handsome family suite of apartments at the cottage of Charles Weeden at which lies Between Newport and the Narragansett the explanation of this is that the president and Cleveland have determined to come to Newport and accept of the Many invitations extended to condensed at Justine a mail was arrested for tampering with the formerly of is supposed to have been drowned at Stony near near Wendell Whit comb fired a Shotgun at a and killed one of Bis daughters and wounded an father a Well known priest of new York celebrated the Silver Jubilee of his ordination in the laureus South furnishes the latest Case of remarkable longevity in John a White he was born May Daniel Musser disappeared from Lan thirty years his relations have just Learned that he is living in Northern in a runaway near the daughter of Griffith was and Griffith and Walker were both fatally at John de Puy bet with William an attorney at even that Cleveland will succeed Bondsmen of Israel defaulting treasurer of a Glaize according to the supreme must pay Lucas a in an representing himself to be a methodist minis succeeded in getting a draft for cashed at a Bank in Bishop Rodemaker of assisted by prominent priests of the Dio Cese of Laid the foundation Stone of a new Catholic to Cost the Cartwright Iron works of Steu the assets Are Esti mated at and liabilities at county superintendent Lester Clark of and his wife have been arrested for inhumanly treating their 4 year old miss Nethala 85 years committed suicide at taking Fred 28 years was drowned at while bathing in the Clay pit of the tile Charles aged son of Deputy sheriff of was fatally crushed in a Railroad turntable while at a Man claims to have invented a process for producing Alum Winum from common Clay at the Cost of 110 a the present coat in an is in a flutter Over the discovery of an alleged by in the Possession of an aged once a servant of Jack it is claimed that Tho picture was owned by thu Painter who died at Jacksons William founder of William bump you Tattoo died at his summer residence near aged Jfhn killer committed suicide at by a aging attend the big Sale at Downs All this Downs never makes bargain sales unless you can recognize they Are of the largest summer goods must we Are with tout theres music in the air the mile Post takes a goods at less than Cost n thing reserved for 3 years or during the War shoes for t if you want Good goods at less than bankrupt prices come and see mortgage Sale of boots shoes formerly owned by Horton now owned by must be sold at Here is the Cost Mare Charleston 1234567890 i this is the Best Chance to come while you can get boots and shoes cheap june j30d3t Brace elastic Suspender without rubber combining Comfort and rubber Usko in this Nickel Pla brass Springs furnish the Plato sent by Poat on re Olpt of at Follo Lacu 50jd

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