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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 18, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Atlantic volume july 4 number the weekly Lafayette editor and National Republican for Benjamin of Levi of new general George with distinction in the Blackhawk who was the first democratic United states from Iowa and who has been a Democrat Ever support Harmon and he was one of the most prominent democrats in the West in the Days of Cass and forty years ago an enthusiastic Iol Lover of old Tippecanoe Cut in the face of a huge Stone on Talcott Moun Tain in Connecticut the and the Stone has since been called Harrisons the bearing the inscription has now been Cut off and presented to the Young mens Republican club of new cheap blankets we says the new York now what about cheap whisky the Cost of a Glass of whisky with the tax is 1 cents the Cost without would be about of a by cheap the Herald Means 9 cent whisky instead of 10 cent is this free whisky certainly the Herald knows that the producers of whisky Are today spending their Motiey freely to elect such men As and others for the sole purpose of keeping the tax on whisky and thus the monopoly which the United states distilleries now the Herald knows that the powerful influence of the whisky Trust today is being used against the Republican party and in favor of the democratic of who owns a valuable collection of books on has disposed of one of the rarest volumes to of Secretary of the grand Lodge of for the Book is bound in hog skin with Iron and contains the original manuscript of the meeting of the first Royal Arch chapter Ever formed in the City of Ohio is the scene of a unique Centennial Celebration this it is just one Hundred years ago since general Putnam at the head of a Small Colony of new squatted on the tract of land on which Marietta now it was the first permanent settlement and the first civic government established West of the Allegheny the Celebration of the anniversary is an event that at tracts the attention of the entire it is the first Centennial in the history of what is now known As the great the settlement at Marietta by a company of Brave and energetic Yankees was the beginning of what is now a vast and Commer Cial the rapid and substantial development of which is one of the marvels of the nineteenth Chicago journal the Constitution of the Confederate states contained this provision nor shall any duties or taxes on transportation from for eign nations be Laid to promote or f of Ter any Branch of that which the Union soldiers abolished by the South and the democratic party Are seeking to restore by an act of the Mills Bill is the rebel Constitution no suspension by judge in the District court at has Given an opinion in the Leicht Case wherein he decided that saloons cannot remain open for Busi Ness after an injunction has been granted against them and pending an Appeal of such in concluding his opinion judge Phelps said if i am Correct in my conclusion of in these it follows that after final decree enjoining a party from Selling liquor in violation of he cannot suspend the injunction by and if he continues to sell he is liable to punishment for con musical stars ought to be Able to interpret the music of the Lington free Gate what nonsense the papers and speakers talk Republican party is proud of tue the democratic party was living right along Side of wrong All the years that the Republican party was their history covers the same what nonsense is All this democratic palaver that the democrats will do what the country needs in the future just because they did so badly in the the while the republicans cannot serve the country Well in the future just because they did so nobly in the a Restor Lka said the Jovial Depew before sailing ott1 of the Britannic i Tell you this business of trying to get the presidency is a big Strain on a but it was not without compensating features that partially relieved the the that went As far any in relaxing the Strain was the receipt of a dispatch from the confidential Friend of one of the most distinguished of the presidential i received it right in the heat of the Battle for the it read Are there any conditions under which you would accept the vice presidency collect it is trifles like that that go toward restoring a mans new York Tribune it is Early in the Campaign to make but this it is Safe to predict that if the Republican party carries every North Ern state West of new York and new Jersey it will not be beaten on the Tariff Issue by the votes of workshops Ami workingmen in the doubtful Eastern every hour of discussion and reflection serves to bring strength to the ticket which represents the nation al and american work Ingmen Are beginning to think and to it rests with the Republican party to place before them facts and reasons so potent that their conviction can not be nothing but re publican neglect to educate the people now expose the cause to Protection to american Philadelphia press Protection to american is the Republican Creed and platform in the coming Cam Protection to the rights of american labor threatened by a Low Tariff and for eign cheap Protection to american taxpayers wantonly burdened for years by need less like the tobacco and other internal Revenue taxes which neither party but which a democratic majority Protection to the rights of american threatened at the North by the suppression of the votes of others at the South by the suppression iof their own Protection to the american Commer Cial threatened by the surrender of the fisheries Protection to every american citizen out of office against the political manipulation of and to every american citizen in office against the patronage and assessments of press Burlington Hawkeye every Dollar paid out for imported goods is a Dollar taken away from american Philadelphia american the fisheries question is going to play an important part in the and it is n6t a part the democrats will profit Ohio state journal Cleveland is gallantly conducting his own almost every Day he hurls his deadly veto at some disabled Veteran or some helpless widow or 1 Brooklyn Standar Dunion every speech made by general Harrison since his nomination has added to his reputation As a judicious and felicitous speak knowing at All times the right thing to say and How to say it Dayton journal general Ben har Rison is an ardent but old soldiers May bet their Bottom Dollar that he will not go fishing on memorial Levi Morton is also an ardent but he Doest go fishing on memorial Louis Globe Democrat brotherhood of locomotive engineers has forfeited a Good Deal of the Confidence and Honor which it enjoyed be fore the Burlington strike but the Public will be to credit the idea that its members have been plotting wholesale Ohio state journal Good gracious a correspondent of the commercial Gazette writing from Chattanooga says for the first time since the War an Effort is being made to organize the re publican party in shades of Trimbles and others who organized the Republican party in Tennessee perhaps before this scribbler was and carried the re publican Flag to repeated victories in that what will you think of the above assertion evidently there Are men undertaking to instruct the Public who Are ignorant of the commonest and bes known facts of political his Council Bluffs nonpareil the presi Dent has just completed his veto of 130 pension claims this session of this is keeping up the Standard and in with the presidents feel the Freedom with which land has used the veto and the singular injustice which his arbitrary dealing has have caused a Good Deal of discussion As to the advisability of amending the Constitution so that a majority vote Only shall be required to pass a Bill Over the presidents tricks of the an against from Harrisons speech at Des september what does the democratic party stand for what Are its principles what new direction would be Given to the old ship if the Helm should pass into the hands of the democrats i know what that party has been it has been an against it was against Freedom in Kansas it was against the War it was against the draft it was against emancipation it was against a Greenback currency it was against reconstruction it was against the amendments it was against the Kuk Lux Laws it was against the civil rights Bill it was against the act of strengthening the Public credit it was against the resumption of specie payment but it is not against any of these things is underneath the country in its grand sweep has left All of these things to history they Are no longer subjects of they Are historical facts they Are the Sun lighted peaks of our most Brilliant and eventful we have claimed the rugged and bloody the Low ering Clouds have lifted or have fallen in refreshing it is a time of peace and of amazing Prosperity throughout the so far As Legisla Tion and Public administration can shape the course of these things have come because of the courageous and patriotic legislation of the Republican they have come because the democratic party has been in the there was along period in the history of our when As i had occasion to say once the democratic party seemed to be playing with our country the Childs game of when the democratic party was up the country was and when the country was up the democratic party was the first game of the Northern Iowa baseball league was played at Greene last the visiting club being from Charles Public the southwestern Iowa old settlers association will hold their annual re Union at August new York press for f Ace f or vice Thurman handkerchief god save the Louis the democratic charge that general Harrison is a cold Man Means simply that he wears a clean and is not in the habit of being piloted Home of nights in an intoxicated san Francisco Post the voters will have no difficulty in deciding which party favors chinese the interests of this coast will be far safer in the hands of who assisted in framing an exclusion than in the hands of killed Boston journal major Mckinley goes Back to Washington with a higher place than Ever in the esteem of the Republican he is a Young Man has not turned it would not be a bit surprising if his party should some time make up its mind to give him a very distinguished Rochester Democrat when the president was invited to Gettysburg he knew he was not big enough for the and the result shows that he was not big enough to write a letter of he excused himself by re Ference to his which Means that his extra constitutional commission is Hunting up material for pension Cincinnati commercial Gazette the dignity of the occasion at Gettysburg was notwithstanding the effusion of a Good Deal of Slushy by the manliness and High tone and honorable conduct of general the greatest living military chieftain of the not excepting Joe Philadelphia press we advise the Republican singing clubs of this Campaign to go Back to a War song of Twentyfive years ago whose refrain fits the present situation like a it runs up with the stars and stripes Down with the new one their Flag is but a rag ours is the True Boston journal governor Foraker is unduly sensitive about the Story that he was not faithful to John Sher Man at he has no Call to de fend himself against such unsubstantial floating and moreover they be Long altogether to the All the country expects from Foraker is to do his share in rolling up an unprecedented Republican majority in Ohio next the sacred heart Church at Eagle i Dubuque costing was dedicated on the a Side Light thrown upon ways of the late Day Chicago july a paleface Little woman carrying a Small bundle approached officer Gibbons about 9 Oclock this morning and inquired the Way to the British vice then she pressed her hand to her reeled backward and fell fainting to the Side she was carried to a neighbor ing drugstore and Given a where she said she had fainted from sex having been without food for four beef Tea was administered in Small and when the woman had revived sufficiently she was taken to the armory police a patrol Wagon called to take her to the seated in a chair by the lieutenants desk the unfortunate woman told a Hor Rible tale of life among the her name she gave As Elizabeth turn Bull five years ago she lived with her her then 12 years of and her 14yearold daughter in North a few Miles from about this time mormon missionaries made their appearance at her Home and be Gan to Busy themselves in the work of against the advice of her self and her who was a meth Odist class Leader of some their son joined the new Church and set sail for in company with a num Ber of converts who started out in care of a mormon the boy bid his parents a Loving Farewell and promised to but the time passed and Noth ing was heard from the frantic with left his wife and daughter and sailed for America in search of his soon after his de parture a letter was received from the lad stating that the mormons had taken away All his Money and had guarded him so closely that he was unable to Send a a lady had Given him five cents and he had managed to write to his Mother to say that he was Well and would come Home when he could save the Rutter arrived in but for a Long time his wife heard nothing from he found employment with a Farmer named Joseph but could not save any As but Small wages were Given finally he consented to join the mormon Church and went through the first stages of then Fortune suddenly smiled on him and he was Able to Send his wife a draft for and 10 which he enclosed in a letter telling her he would soon Home and take his boy with letter was intercepted on the Way to the while the Money was forwarded it was sent in care of a mormon missionary at North and was accompanied by a letter Pur porting to come from that the funds were to pay his passage to and that she was to be baptized and join him with the next excursion of the woman never doubted the authenticity of the letter and obeyed it what a trip it said we took third class passage on the Steamer and were herded like the elders treated us As they and the indignities offered us were something when the women objected their arguments were overruled by the of repeated daughter it is in the cause or god and the i reached Castle Garden sick in heart and but i got very Little i had Baen firm in my refusals to submit to the treatment accorded the women by the elders and i was a poor favorite among still they were afraid to take any overt As we were watched very close by the gentiles at Castle and it would not do to let any scandal leak for three Days we stayed pending some dispute with the Railroad company about then we started on the Long trip to Ogden in the crowded Emigrant of it was at Ogden i was met by my who had been notified of my then for the first time i Learned that the letter with the Money to me had been intercepted by Joseph hol the Man with whom he had been he was terribly angry and we made a secret determination then to leave Utah As soon As we we knew from past experience that we would be unable to get away unless we pretended to join the and we accordingly attended at Logan the religion was after the serv ices the first Day the saints congregated on the outside and swore terribly about some repairs which had not been made in Green Walls head an irrigating ditch from which the county was sup plied with the profanity was and i never wanted to go to Church they kept at us to be but i put them off until i should be in a state of and my he would wait for we didst know at that time that we would go through the endowment House to keep up a but soon after a lady who had been through told me All about and i determined i would die the ceremony was too indecent to talk it was every one went to the Logan where the women were taken in on one Side and the men entered an other the women were All bathed and after which they were led in a nude Condi Tion to the endowment chamber pro this was decorated with Trees and ferns painted on the Sisters of the Church went to each of the novitiate a and whispered in her ear her sanctified which she must never then the curtain Rose and the balance of the ceremonies were so indecent that Rutter would not speaker of under their Promise to join the Church the Butters were treated very with the exception that Joseph Holbert wanted them to occupy the i same bedroom with himself and Hie Green Bay lumber dealers in All kinds of Oak Cedar posts yellow Norway and White Pine floor Poplar and White Pine English american be hard soft prices the give us an Opportunity to figure on your estimates cheerfully Yards at Marne and this the Rutters would not con sent and instead slept in the base ment until they could build an addition to the All this time they care fully guarded their secret plans to leave As soon As the crops were Rutter had a share of the growing was just about he had a Little a cow and agricultural which he intended to sell on the pretence of going into the but one Day last August in an evil his plans to a Young mormon with whom he was two Days later he was brought Home it was said that he was drowned in the Creek and his clothes were wet and but in the Back of his head was a ghastly wound and the blood was still issuing from his nose and the wife was and tried to dispose of her share of the Grain and farm she was met b the res Ponse that she owned none of the Church took it she was urged to join the and was promised a Young she pretended to and that night fled to Ogden where she secured employment in a and worked until last month to save enough Money to pay her passage Home to she managed to Purchase a ticket to and Steerage passage from new York at Lincoln she paid her fare to Chica go and had but not was to pay her Way at half fare from Chicago to new intent on her purpose the poor woman would not Brealy into her Little horde for the Pur pose even of buying and so arrived Here fainting from her Story Rutter almost fell from her chair with the patrol Wagon was called and she was taken the county Hospital to gain the needed rest before continuing her journey spice of Sweet Pittsburg the fashionable haircut is a la mow Orleans it is not always the Man who looks like a fool who is not less than fifty persons Are said to have lost their lives in the Niagara shoot the free there is More real soul racing stuff in a single Clambake than there is in two Chautauqua or leans theres one great objection to being a you cant Call a Man by any harder name than he has Burlington free the stump speaker always has rnor6 or less difficulty when a Plank in a form Means what it does not some people object to laying up treas ures in heaven for fear that they never will be in a position to prove Rochester about every other irishman is a Pat and the next one is a possibly the Reader May think we micks a Birc bark Canoe and a girl who loves to flirt Are two of the several things in this world that a Man can never safely of Educa Man is Seldom aware with what admirably fast colors his suspenders Are dyed until they Are transferred to his Haven Iowa Sioux City claims a an occasional leap year party is re John of died suddenly last week of heart counterfeit five Dollar Gold pieces Are said to be circulating in this Eastern capitalists contemplate organizing a National Bank at Ida two genuine arabs were in la Porte last one of them wearing Arab the Burlington Hawkeye says the City prisoners there do not get enough to the musical Institute was opened at Jefferson last week and will continue for three the Excelsior Oil company of Cleve put in a barrel Plant at the reported sales of liquor in ply Mouth county for june number Only 145 As against in the Burlington elevator company shipped bushels of Oats to Conica go on july 12 and Twenty one temporary injunctions against Linton saloons were ordered by judge Howat on july five Hundred persons attended a picnic at Central City Given by the two methodist sunday schools of Cedar rapids on july Fitz the oldest Man in Dubuque county died on he m As almost 91 years of Veteran of the War of one of the coolest thefts on record took place at Grinnell some one took a whole can of ice Cream from a residence where a reception was be ing of the express re Mason is preparing an exhibition of Iowa interests for the Centennial exhibition at this the Torrence woman Relief of surprised the Curtis sons of on the evening of july in their and presented the Young patriots with a handsome James an employee of the Boston Tea company at Council has been arrested on a charge of embezzle he confessed to the theft of but the real amount is stated to be Jasper a Farmer who resided four Miles from committed suicide on july 14th by his wife was ill and he was told she could not this probably caused him to take his Hiram a prominent Farmer from near deserted his wife and child last week and eloped with a school evidence had been scared to justify his arrest for arson and he was captured at Denver on the Charles the woman who has passed As a Man for and the woman who claimed to be her have been engaged for a year by a Chicago and they will begin to Curry out the contract september Millers term in the Anamosa Penitentiary be Happy when Hes said a Louis Man the other i shall be Happy when m Axwell is Hung not that i Bear him any or that i know anything whatever about the but everywhere i have travelled for the last two years some of a newspaper Man has hunted me up and hounded me Down for no other reason apparently than to ask me what i thought of the Maxwell i shall be glad for another when i am Home i Board at the Southern every time there is a convention or a Sanger bund or anything that draws a crowd to the town those hotel people wheel an old trunk out into the Rotunda and Label it As the one in which Preller body was they have used that As an attraction quite Long in about As sick of it As i am of Shaws when a Chicago Man stops at the the minute he registers his name he asks the clerk where the trunk is in which Maxwell put Preller he wants to see and the fool not seeing that the Chicago Man is buying sends a Porter for the trunk and has it wheeled into the i suppose when Maxwell is Hung the Southern hotel people will have his body put in a show Case and place it alongside of the Skeleton of the sea Turtle in front of Tony faults a the Duchess of Marlborough made her first appearance in English society on tuesday at a Ball Given by mrs Henry Henry Oppenheim is a wealthy banker and part proprietor of the London daily the Duke of Marlborough Mother and sister accompanied the the new Duch Ess made a most satisfactory impress her Beauty and tall bitty being much commented the newest fad out among the Young ladies is called they count every time a gentleman tips his hat to and when they reach 100 tips the gentleman is supposed to be the one the lady receiving the tip will the tin is spreading in the Gate City of the 12th was published a list of War notes and local items concerning taken from copies of that paper in the year Frank wanted in Crawford county for the murder of Charles Sharpe last was arrested on the Lith at the Page county Normal now in has an enrolment of fort Madison wants the location of the shoe factory which Keokuk is confident of the two counties in Iowa having the largest Republican vote Are and a gentleman will Start a vinegar fac tory near provided he meets with sufficient the Trinity Church at Davenport has been closed until september on account the rectors

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