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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 6, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Telegraph june by Telegraph Sheridan May to the noon general Sheridan condition was he was sleeping and resting the following bulletin has been issued by his physicians since the alarming relapse of last night general Sheridan has slowly recovered from his Prostran his breathing has grown easier and his pulse lie has slept pretty Well during the morning Latyk from May to the the former bulletin there has been no marked improvement in Sheridan Condi Tion except possibly a Shade of improve at two Oclock he was resting quietly without pain and expressed himself As feeling quite killed his May the Tele Colbert who lives at ifi5 burling Street accidentally shot and killed his wife at this the couple had just Arisen and Colbert was fooling with a it was discharged and the Bullet entered Colbert left the expired Al most she was Only it years old and had been married but two her who is Only 21 years old is almost distracted with lie was locked up pending investigation of the a big May to the of the affairs of the defunct wartime Bank in court Here has developed some Start Ling from evidence adduced it appears that had kept two sets of books in order to con ceal the real condition of the Banks affairs from the the deficiency of the Bank is Over after ducting the value of sharply May to the Tele Monitor in an article supposed to be says that the Pope sharply reproved the Irish priests who attended tote meetings held to pro test against the French inlay to the Tel is reported at Metz that the Alsace and Lorraine railways re fuse to accept the French Bank Boodle pox May to the prohibition convention came to order this morning at 10 after prayer by of various reports were submitted and routine business in answer to a Call for Campaign More than was contributed by those a recess was taken until when it is expected the presidential ticket will be almost june to the Meckie Rawson of a millionaire banker made a probably successful attempt to murder Titis morning in judge Jameson her husbands she fired five shots at two of which took effect in the lawyers left the shooting occurred shortly after court opened at 10 Whitney was sitting facing the court with his Back to the Lawson came in and pulling out revolver opened fire upon who jumped to his feet and tried to hide behind the clerks All the others in the room dodged under desks to escape the bullets which the infuriated woman fired in Quick succession at her her face was White with anger and she held her Pis Tol with a firm a Bailiff seized her and after a desperate struggle the weapon from her and gave her into she was taken to Whitney was removed to an other room and had surgical it was found that one Ball had entered his making a probably fatal and another was in the calf of his it is not known what prompted Rawson to do the fearful emperor Fredericks Sune to the Tele emperor Frederick started for Potsdam today on the Alex the weather was on boarding the yacht the emperor immedi Diatel entered the where he remained until the departure of the ves Large crowds assembled to wit Ness his departure and enthusiastically cheered the yacht was beautifully decorated with at Span due several which had Assem bled on the played National airs As the yacht the emperor bowed his acknowledgement from his while the Empress waved her handkerchief from the the yacht readied Potsdam at the emperor was none the worse for the he appeared Bright and slightly his temperature was june to the has been no change in Sheridan condition since this he is now asleep and resting easily and there Are some Hopes entertained that he will the House has passed the Senate Bill to revive the rank of general of the army for the Benefit of new june to the Henry Berge died at the Gedney House this morning of aged 1 an june to the Wyandotte this morning two boilers in a rolling Mill exploded instantly killing two men and fatally injuring no doubt second blot no would be a Cass county lad captured and on his War May Rob of Cass arrived Here last night in search of his youth Ful son who started West a Short time ago to kill the father found his son in company with two More Youthful bad men and Indian slay ers camped on the Elkhorn River about two Miles from the Trio wore mounted and equipped a la White leather huge mexican spurs and the father of the Rob erts boy took him under his Wing As it were and started for Iowa on the Early train this Constable Fry chaperoned the other two youths to Oma where fond mothers await the arrival of their wayward sons with tear stained eyes and aching frightened by a May Are disturbing the peace of mind of the family of William a Farmer near this things Are taken from one place and left in but Are not removed from the the ghost goes through the pockets of the members of the family and puts their contents in Odd pocket books Are also taken and the family called in the and he told them the Devil was in the today they telegraphed for the Catholic priest at asking him to come Over and Lay the he will be Here to the Drake May Clew has been discovered that May possibly Lead to the arrest of the murderers of Uncle Reuben Drake and his suspicion Points to two parties who have left this the funeral of the murdered family occurred at sugar Grove one mile from the scene of the yesterday about 200 people being it was a very impressive the old peo ple were devout and had worshipped there upward of thirty the services were conducted by the of Rock assisted by of Salt Lake City the latest from the coming City shows contrary to the expectations of most the bulk of the transfers is now in North and North West Salt property is rapidly advancing owing to the location of Sev eral Large manufacturing it being impossible at present to obtain desirable acreage within two Miles of the Temple this Side of the Jordan for less than per judging from our would still think very letter from James he declines in unmistakable new May Tribune of today publishes the following letter from Blaiine May editor new York Tribune dear my return to Paris from Southern on the 8th i have Learned what 1 did not be fore believe that my name May yet be presented to the National convention As a candidate for the presidency of the Republican a single phrase of my letter of january from Florence which was decisive of everything i had personal Power to decide has been treated by Many my most valued friends As not absolutely conclusive in ultimate and possible on the other friends equally de voted and disinterested have construed my letter As it should be construed to be an unconditional withholding of my name from the National they have in consequence Given their support to eminent gentlemen who Are candidates for the Chicago some of whom would i am have consented to assume that position if 1 had desired to represent the party in the presidential contest of if i should now by speech or commission or permit my name to come before the 1 should incur the reproach of being us candid with those who have always been candid with i there because i am not willing to re main in a doubtful i am not willing to be the cause of misleading a single among the millions who have Given me their Suffrages and their 1 am not willing that even one of my faithful supporters in the past should think me Capalone of Palter ing in a double sense with my assuming that the presidential Nomi nation could by any possible Chance be offered to i could not accept it without leaving in the minds of thous ands of these men the impression that i had not been free from and therefore i could not accept it at the misrepresentations of malice have no but the just displeasure of friends i could not patiently a Republican the prospects of which grow brighter can be impeded Only by Lack of Unity in coun or by an acrimonious contest Over the Issue of Protection is incalculably stronger and greater than any for it concerns the Prosperity of the present sind of generations yet to were it possible for every voter of the Republic to see for himself the condition and the recompense of labor in the party of free Trade in the United states would not receive the vote of one wage worker Between the two it May not be directly in our Power As philanthropists to elevate the european but it will be an everlasting stigma upon our statesman ship if we permit the american labourer to be forced Down to the european and in the end rewards of labor every where will be advanced if we steadily refuse to lower the Standard at yours very James a local item in the Louis Globe Democrat of the 22 gives the Fol lowing glimpse into the fight against Saloon keepers which the masonic order in Missouri is carrying on saloonkeepers1 Are no longer a matter of trouble in the ibo Al lodges of tub and my Thoy on Demit for his card at Naphtali at the meeting last tuesday and Alex Lightstone has taken is card from it ski Demit cards give to members the prerogative of attend ing the meetings of to their i pages fora bit they Lake away1 at the same their privileges of voting on any subject pertaining to the business of the the friends of the Saloon however do not propose to quietly accept their they will exercise what influence they can to have the Law or at least modified to continue in membership such Saloon keepers As Are already a the Community will died in the dead of modern and ancient from Tho per vans memorial address y we May chit Rasib War and peace to dyspepsia is that misery experienced when we suddenly Bockino Twaro that to possess a diabolical a rim Bomont wiled Moik Cerf Thi s f the rom room from the Way they make business mens the mayor got up and Shook his he lie he he he worked himself full hot and with laudable emotions the lawyer Rose up from his he passed his lingers through his he talked till he could talk no for his jaws were mechanics Lien Sioux May mechanics Lien for a balance of was filed today on the new Sioux City opera House by Payette carpenters and ninety two thousand dollars have been expended on the opera House and there has been a failure to raise the necessary to Complete the other liens Are Likely to be a prisoners May coroners jury at Clarion returned a verdict that George Diggles death was caused by administered by a hand unknown and evidence Strong enough could not be procured against the Diggles re Mains were interred at his voice waxed loud and tilled the loud the country was he gaily mounted on a his arms moved round without a he shed his dripping coat and cheering and the manufacturer next did the fire of Battle lit his he hit the desk with his Broad he filled their ears with projects intense the mayor then Rose and said hed heard thet evening Many a cheering just give a Little time and the was bound to then Rose the cautious newspaper hemmed once or and thus began my the time for work is near Ive a subscription paper of the papers All came out next Day with headlines huge in great and said in paragraphs most heating they had a most important and hinted things they might not hut stated that the Boom looked and the people talked of it All and the business meeting met and Ages rolled Muscatine an Iowa criminal who is wanted in Cedar on the charge of grand was arrested Here Whitecomb decided to waive requisition papers and went Back with sheriff Francis of Cedar card of the members of Sam Rice Post take this method of return ing their sincere thanks to for his generous kindness in Grant ing the use of the opera to the speakers who so willingly and enthusiastically gave their Able to the choirs on Sabbath Day me Morial services and on decoration Day with their Beautiful music did so much to make the services still More and to the ladies for their generous gifts of Flowers and patient labor in making memorial wreaths to each and every one who assisted in making the decoration services of 1888 to be Long we thank Liat tired feeling afflicts nearly everyone in the the system having become accustomed to the bracing air of is weakened by the warm Days of the changing and readily yields to the attacks of hoods Sarsaparilla is just the Medicine it tones and builds up every part of the and also expels All impurities from the try it Liis 5tf the the National prohibition in session at has nominated general Clinton Fiske for and John of Kansas City or the ticket is part Blue and part Fiske was a Union sol and commanded Western while Brooks was a Fiske is now an Eastern a Campaign fund of Over was subscribed at the a Catholic priest of whose salary is a gave the resolutions demand prohibition by the state and National the repeal of the internal Revenue tax on liquors oppose All License it also pronounces vigorously for the Protection of american Industry from foreign the Gavel used by the chair Man of the convention was presented to As it was made from the Telegraph pole on which John was at one time Hung in the party can do nothing except assist the democrats in carrying the state of new rumours that the Amana society of Iowa county will go to never will be May Davenport says the who spent the Days of a leave of absence at the Anama society writes that the leaders of the society con template disposing of their lands and buildings and removing to they have received the offer of a great tract of Fertile land in that state at an Al most merely nominal if they will emigrate to the Lone Star com As is Well known to everybody in this Amana was once a grat wine producing but its people Are Law abiding and since the passage of the prohibitory Law in Iowa have dropped that Branch of the vineyards have All been destroyed and the land diverted to other the prohibitory Law is largely responsible for the fact that Iowa county is now strongly while in 1882 it gave a majority of 900 for the Republican the people of the Colony Are growing restive under the present conditions and fearful of further legislative the chances that woman suffrage May prevail in Iowa has a tendency to greatly disturb the teacher says the real truth regarding the uneasy condition of the Colony is that the Young men and women who have witnessed the wide difference be tween their methods of life and those of their have grown and Chat under the narrow restrictions imposed upon Young men arc gradually leaving the Colony and the Young women look longingly away from their romantic but unsatisfying sur the men and women Are required to sit after the manner of the one of the tenets of this Colony is that the female is dangerous to the peace of All silly talk is marriage Lowers the spiritual standing of but it is nevertheless and an inspiration girl May marry at the age of Rule 18 of their bylaws says Fly from the society of womankind As much As As a very highly dangerous Magnet and magical this restriction upon the sexes accounts for the f act that the Community has grown but Little since its first establishment in Buffalo seventy five years it now contains about and is not perceptibly larger than when it located 111 Amana thirty one years they have a reputation of being highly Noral and one Rule for the children is do not play with the children of the other some of the Young ladies Are Beautiful and models of at Tractive but few amuse ments Are indulged and but Little labor and seclusion is the Colony is a perfect Beehive of in every Man and woman Labouring in the Fields and As do All children not attending child Ren Are kept in school every month in the from seven to nine Oclock in the and from one to three in the when out of 301109 they Are not allowed to waste their time in but interest themselves in some Light the Indus tries of the Colony consist of Black Smithing and fruit three of the largest Woolen Mills in the West Are located and the Quality of the fabrics produced is not excelled in the United most of the Wool raised is procured from the Plant of the Colony is valued at surgeon genl Hammond says we can each prolong our life if we learn the secret what is Teh secret if you soak a sponge in the sponge will have in it All the peculiarities of the so every Organ in the body contains All the peculiarities of the if the the Only blood do not clean the blood of the waste of the then the various organs will give out and you will have Mala head and bladder lame nervous had stomach paralysis and in women female the secret of Good health then lies in keeping the kidneys if you you cant cure any of the above they May not suspect but eight persons out of every ten have some form of kidney the Only scientific blood purifier is the famous Warners Safe which not Only cures kidney but the majority of ailments which really come from unsuspected kidney a dentist of you have Lead enough you know of its you know of its you know of its you know of its exposures and you know of All its demoralizing you Are men of and you demonstrate it by All the offerings you Lay upon Tho Graves of the Noble we Are a nation Loving we show for latest compiled returns Tell that to have a standing army of Only Olla cers and what is that in comparison with the standing army of that approximately numbered in men and or with tie regular Gorman army that numbers men and Olla left our Navy has Only 75 ships All what is this in comparison with the 052 ships of Groat and the 255 ships that she has commissioned we sold seven of our ships last year at auction for let them go we Are lovers of War holds up before us a dark Pic life we consider most but think of that fell in the jew ish think of the that fell in roman wars with Tho turks and think of the that fell in the think of the that fell in the Justinian think of tie that fell in the wars under think of the that fell in the German thirty years think of the that fell in the Napoleonic and think of the of our Northern and one skilled in compiling figures has informed us that in the history of the there have fallen in Battle of enough it is that if they stood four abreast would reach around our Globe 412 the picture is we have had enough of it May be necessary at but let us avoid it if we the emperor Wil when i am a Man of the memorable words of Grant were let us have we sing sometimes about Tho stars and with its Beautiful that it Waves Oer the land of the free and the Home of the it floats with its ample Over a country that loves and is respected in every and is honoured on every these Beautiful Floral tributes with which you Garland the Graves of our fallen Are Emblem Etic of they strengthen the cords of fraternal feeling and and bind us All closer to the country we Lech tu6 stomach is toss no Mua Tinb sum trouble with it is soon foil among two will have the same dying Pelcs of Active Menett Power and it billions Are subject to Nolc those Fleshy and phlegmatic have while Tho thin and nervous Are abandoned to gloomy Foro Home dyspeptic Are wonderfully for gel Fol others have Groat irritability of whatever form dyspepsia May one thing is Trio underlying1 Causo is in Tho no Ono and one thing More is will remain u dyspeptic Correct of the Start Trio Iii or when nil other soon to will it will acidity Kopol foul ally anoint at Tho same time to troubles some my wife was a confirmed three years ago by the advice or of she was induced to try Simmons liver t feel grateful for the relict it has Given and May All who read Liis and Are in any whether chronic or other use Simmons liver be Glator and i feel confident health will to restored to All who will to fort Josiah and tens n claim Fly Lotf attorn Matlaw Louis of lace it Trinder gos importing barn and Jones or Najj discuss of nil Domestic and ingils treated a Calls answered promptly Day or homeopathic physician Ani surgeon often his professional services to the people of ail Calls promptly answered at bar Uweles old Oyer Slaughter Bros store of Loco on fifth fit rect cast of Jones drug residence on Maple Street Between 4th and diseases of the Eye and ear specially at tender glasses jul Sitf physician and All culls will receive prompt attention Day 01 right july Sott physician office Over Montgomery drug rooms Over lev Downs dry goods Storo residence third door North of the West Side school nmy7dl2wlyr the Muscatine journal did not skip memorial but appeared As giving a full report of the the orator was and the comparison which the speaker instituted Between our country in War and our country in peace was most interesting and toward the close of his oration Parvin said veterans you have a country that is Worth fighting a country with its Broad acres spreading out into Square Miles of until we have Square and All but on seventh of this capable of the Rich est four great basins Dis charging their Waters into the the Pacific and the Arctic and the Gulf of Miles of coast the stat of Texas having a greater area than the German or even the Republic of think of our great teeming with in Hab and their driving giving an impetus to vast sections of coun think of the great Harvest and the Many freight trains bringing the Golden Grain Down to the think of the mighty american forests of feeding the saw furnishing lumber for our our great Railroad converging into great tapping Fertile Plains and and opening up Rich regions of coming up to the great Coal Fields and the Mineral wealth of the touching the thousands of acres of farming land As they run by so Many reaching out to the immense forests and bring ing in their millions of but better than All of these is the Liberty which we Are enjoying Liberty in its broadest free free free soil and Freedom in the direction of we rejoice in the greatest Liberty from Libarty As to our Liberty in the direction of our Liberty with the elective and Liberty in its noblest we have the High est degree of Freedom from Freedom from for we Are All Kings and Queens in the re and a Freedom to worship god according to the feelings of our own farms for Sale and Money to loan on real collections Holce in Nichols Chestnut cold to loan at positively the cheapest rate of interest to be id in Cass also Correct abstracts of Tho Only genuine farm and House had titles renting Agency in the n big also for Cyclone and commercial see and dont forget the Burke Over Osborne undertaker Brick furniture House West Side Chestnut Iowa 02 9 d o o in committed suicide by taking mor he was a Captain in the 36th regiment during the late he suffered greatly during the past year with inflammatory he was 56 years of and leaves a wife and he left a letter of instruction relating to the and requesting that the of be secured to make a talk at his an important the decision of the Iowa supreme court in the Case of Marshall Nathan Rainsbarger is one of great importance to the taxpayers of Iowa who have heretofore been bled by the heavy costs in criminal cases appealed to the higher in the Case cited the court holds that the county is not liable for the costs whether the a pollens Case is won or lost in the higher the custom has been for the county to pay these costs without ques now they need not pay them at the result will have a marked the number of Crimi Nal cases the convicted party who appeals now must give his and even if he win the Case of costs Are taxed against him and his Bondholder for Moines i i o 5

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