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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 27, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Atlantic volume june number the weekly Lafayette cd Ito and who will build the first log Cabin shall it be a clean Campaign or not Blaine will come Kome and become the hero of the if Ingalls wrote that letter he is not to smart As we thought he will any democratic paper Hunt for a scandal in Ben Harrisons household Ben Harrison comes from Good old fighting whig Stock and will make a grand he hails from a fam ily that furnished this country with one Good and he will be while republicans had their All will be for the new bankrupt store draws immense crowds of people to get their cheap that is just the Way it would be if the United states ports were thrown open under free the goods made by cheap labor in Europe would crowd much of our american made goods out of the Blaine i she will now be spared the Slang and slander of another there is some curiosity to know what Bill Mallory thinks of the nomination of Harrion and Blaine will come Home and take the stump for Harrison and his audiences will be counted by the the democrats have evidently started out to run their Campaign on neck and nose the Waterloo reporters daily Issue is at hand and it is a creditable we wish the Enterprise Harrison will carry Indiana free Wool As promised by the democrats will make California and Oregon re and the removal of the to Bacco tax As provided by the Republic ans will carry thus Harrison will be a stronger nomination could not have been can be purchased at the spirit of reciprocity Between business men and trades and the Good old the Good old which we recently employed the language of Farmers and result even Buchanan first message to by time in making a town a perfect one and which the free traders of today de to do business in this connection sire to see were not desirable to it would be Well for our citizens to exp the As abundant evidence excise a certain amount of jealous inter and As the recollection of every est in the Success of our established and j Man old enough to recollect them will legitimate business hence said the Oskaloosa Herald we should be very slow in patronizing bankrupt concerns that occasionally visit Atlantic and have no interest in our City except for the Money they get out of it for their shelf worn that Are dear at any it pays every time to buy your goods of the Home whose interests Are your and sell you honest goods at honest june eggs have retailed Here in the Mem Ory of the old Man at five dozen for a what the producer got we do not but Steve Tomary says three cents a said the Newton journal in Belmont fora Long bit cents Perry of the first new York District will retire from Congress after the fourth consecutive the the Nomina Tion of Harrison and endorses the work of the National Republican the californians finally supported Harrison in the great convention and say that he can carry the Pacific coast it is not the design by any Means that this paper shall contain nothing but politics from this time until the a coloured Democrat and an Iowa third party prohibitionist Are about both Are ungrateful to the he publican Blaine put away the and there is a tinge of sadness in the act and the thoughts which follow in the mind of an the son of senator of South has just been graduated from West Point at the foot of his but he May make a successful officer for All who was graduated some years ago with the lowest average Ever made at the was the Only officer in Miles last Campaign who was mentioned in general the Des Moines news gives a great lot of developments in regard to the appointment of a postmaster at Indi the editor of the democratic paper at was an applicant for the office of postmaster and being now gives All the inside history the facts make a bad show ing for the Reform Good and True doctrines can never be repeated too there will always j ing per be new readers and new the principles gone Over four years ago must again be gone Over to a new generation of the population of the United states is now Over it is probable that Over votes will be cast this and yet not one eighth of this or Ter of the present voting population was of age at the outbreak of the civil w la Jug bought two pounds of As Good butter As Ever we and three dozen and a half cent in this was in says father Clarkson in the Register the writer purchased in Indiana in 1841 one Hundred grass fed from two to five years for ing per this was the result of the full development of the gradual Tariff reduction act of the agricultural editor of the Regis Ter purchased in 1847 at Railroad stations in Southern Bush Els of Corn at 6 cents per Bushel and not this Campaign will make a Square Issue Between Protection and free Trade and we Are glad of we want to see a Square fight on that saturday night at Glenwood the ladies Sang old Good they must have anticipated that the ticket would be Harrison and mor As usual the meanest things quoted against our presidential candidate will be the mean things the Chicago Tribune said of him while he was seek ing the those who were not old enough to vote for the other Harrison can now vote for and those who did vote for Wil Iam Henry will Only be too glad to vote for another of the it will be four years before there will be another such convention and there May not be such a one it is probable that president Harrison will be renominated by the Indianola Herald is now in the Best hands that it has Ever been the last number is a double Sheet contain ing All the speeches and essays incident to the ending of the College term of John Ben Pennell and the balance of the when they predicated Blaizes nomination on monday did not know that Boutelle was loaded with those two last the Rich importer and the Man who lives on the interest of his can Well afford to be free they have fixed incomes and by the increased purchasing Power Given to they would be much the appropriated for the construction of suitable at fort will probably be Avail Able july when work will Captain Crosby assistant is assigned to the the anti Saloon the Republican National convention amended the platform just before adjournment and did it by a rising the amendment is As follows the first concern of All Good govern ment is the virtue and sobriety of the people and the purity of their the Republican party cordially sympathizes with All Wise and Well directed efforts for the promotion of Temperance and the amendment was proposed by con Gressman of it will be especially popular among Iowa re it is really an anti Saloon Omaha Bee correspondence the scramble of the Iowa delegates at Louis to get some of the honorary offi Ces shows that an Iowa Democrat is still anxious to take anything in the Way of an office lying around the Story is told of a Well known Democrat of that who was a personal Friend of Franklin when the latter be came he remembered his Iowa Friend and wrote asking him if he would accept the position of minis Ter to the Iowa Patriot rushed to the Telegraph office and hastily penned this reply i a but where in h1 is Bogota England likes the Mills speaking of the Mills Tariff the British hosiery review says to the majority of our readers the question will be of very great As the Quantity of manufactured and that Are now sent from British and Continental ports will be materially increased if these Tariff proposals Are accepted we venture to assert that England will reap the largest share of any advantages that May arise from the adoption of the ideas now advocated by the free Trade party in the United the London economist says that on the adoption of free Trade by the United states depends the greater share of English Prosperity for a Good Many years to we suppose Mills knows for whom he is while than will be by men who were then of none of the Young men who will cast their first vote for president this and who Are receiving wages and salaries from to per week can recall the time when under a free Trade Tariff they would have been compelled to walk for Miles to begin work at Day continuing is Long As it was Light it is estimated that cents votes will be cast this year by men who never voted for president and Over More by men who were not of age when president Lincoln was less cast shipped it by Way of new Orleans to the result of folks free Tariff said the Fairfield Ledger in 1848 the senior editor of the led Ger eggs in at two one Day he could not Call and see the Plano al steel the finest machine of the kind guaranteed to run one horse lighter than any other steel we also have the Little Milwaukee the lightest on cog gear Chain gear eight and twelve feet steel wheel enough to Miles to their and then walking four and for what eight seven cents per Day the Young voter cannot remember when the Phil anthropic people of this City organized free soup dispensaries to the who were without or who were obliged to work for a much there is to repeat Over again the doctrines and principles of Protection to our through ignorance we return to those dark and bitter Days of idleness and let the new voter be thoroughly and we do not fear to abide by the result of his intelligence leads to Protection to Industry to pros Tariff league bulletin eggs at he sold chickens at 50 cents a dozen and took store he also sold White Beans at 40 cents per and gave two and on half bushels of eans for a red Bandana our democratic friends Are longing Tor the return of those red Bandana handkerchief but Honor Armer do you want them Back under the Mills Tariff Bill the Waterloo courier adds its Testi Mony remember those Good old democratic when we struck is town in 1858 you could buy eggs if you had the Money at 3 sents per butter at 6 to 7 cents per Beefsteak at 5 to 6 potatoes were a drug in the Market at 10 cents per wheat was Worth 30 to 40 and you could get a Cord of Wood sawed and split up for 50 store 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 the Only currency in of the red Oak express is receiving favourable mention As a candidate for Indica and he would make a Congress Man of which the ninth District might Well be he is Strong with the people and could be Alliance by Union Alliance of mad sort Madison that we heartily endorse the work accomplished by our Railroad commission ers in the reduction of rates of trans and we hereby pledge these faithful Public servants our Earnest support in their efforts to secure Justice to the the of brings out of Wau for the Republican nomination for supreme judge Granger is one of the grandest men in or any other state for that he served three years As a Union and has been for 19 years a District District attorney each time without the Standard says jul Cage Granger is not quite fifty three years of possesses a splendid physical and is in the very prime and vigor of his mental and physical strength with his Broad and Liberal untiring great love of his and his sixteen years of experience on the makes him one of the Best qualified persons for the very important position of supreme judge to be found in the state of Good Republican a perfect town is that in which you see the Farmer patronizing the Home Mer the labourers spending the Money they earn with their own and All animated by a spirit that they general in a biography of Harrison we find these facts son John Scott Harri and grandson of of William Henry was born in North augus he was graduated from Miami in then studied Law in Cincinnati and in 1854 re moved to where he has since he was elected reporter of the state supreme court in 1860 and in resigned his and entered the army As a second lieutenant of Indiana after a Short service he returned to Indi and organized a company of the 70th Indiana was commissioned colonel on the completion of the regiment and served through the receiving the Brevet of brigadier general of volunteers on the 23d of he then returned to Indianapolis and resumed his office of supreme court to which he had been reelected during his absence in in 1876 he was the Republican candidate for governor of he was Defeated by a Small plurality but polled one of the largest Republican votes in the history of his in president Hayes appointed him on the Mississippi River commission and in 1880 he was elected senator taking his seat on the 4th of March and serving with distinguished Honor to the close of the was cheated of a reelection by the mos outrageous frauds known to Indiana Edison is tickled to death with i new he is now engaged in perfecting an attachment to his phonograph by which he can bottle up the youngsters Squall and dump it an Hou later two blocks Francisco Elizabeth Stuart the author is 48 years the Best known of be about circulation the writer of this and several others used to eat themselves in those Days at a Cost of 60 to 75 cents per As Artemus Ward used to express if lard Oil had been re tailed at 10 cents per there was not one individual in the whole outfit who could raise Money to Purchase dope enough to grease his fact the Waterloo reporter says there were some pretty cheap things in Iowa from 1857 to the writer can remember seeing eggs sold Between these years at 3 cents per and knows that merchants had to carry out and Bury them by the Washtub full be cause there was no Sale for them even at that butter sold from 6 to 8 a dressed beef by the Quarter sold at 1 cents per Pound for fore quarters and 2 cents for Nind Quad dressed hogs were sold at 2 to 3 dressed chickens 10 cents and wheat in 1848 we believe could hardly be traded for goods at 40 cents per almost the Only Money in those Days was Shi plasters issued by the Dubuque southwestern and Dubuque Sioux City railway and Harbor improvement companies in which bobbed up and Down in value and a Good Deal f it never had a the Mills Tariff there Are Many intricate things about the Tariff and Many questions Ising in connection with it which Are most difficult of but for All Are Many things written in the Mills Bill so Plain in their icbms that he who run Neth May and the wayfaring though a i ult nil nil Zavou Vij Luau 10 my will not Purchase articles abroad if they l she began in 1864 understand that Mills Bill they iced not err the working people y the passage of the would be enabled to buy cheaper cheaper cheaper every Good housewife in the land knows that under the operation of the Mills Bill she could buy cheaper dyestuff cheaper cheaper every builder and Mechanic knows that the Mills Bill would give him cheaper cheaper cheaper paint and every Farmer knows that the Mills Bill would enable him to cheaper farm cheaper cheaper Woolen and Cotton these Are facts easy to be comprehended by the common and with these facts staring him in the no amount of argument or sophistry will convince the Labouring Man that he is to be injured by the Mills and As for they know Well enough that if they can buy cheaper raw material they can make cheaper goods and pay better Paul and the Farmer will understand that everything he buys cannot be cheapened without cheating everything he has to cheating All that he has to sell reduces the debt paying capacity of the crops if the Mills Means everything a person buys shall be cheaper it also Means that All one has to sell shall be work and wages in a Royal composed of seven one of whom was a working was appointed in Holland about two years ago to inquire into the condition of the working classes in that the commission sat for about eighteen their preliminary report has recently been the report states that in Amsterdam the Bakers work from four teen to sixteen hours a in some cases for Twenty six hours at a this excessive labor being due to the Competition of Large bread factories which have recently been and in which the labor i from twelve to fourteen there Are working nearly All of whom work in their own Only one merchant tailor having shops in which the sewing machines Are driven by and give employment to 2c 3 women and foreign com petition is very great in the tailoring and the dutch tailors have to work very hard during the which lasts Only three the workmen employed in Diamond Cut whom there Are nearly All jew sat Amsterdam Are the Best As they earn from to and a working twelve hours at a in the factories for making in the brew sugar and steam Mills work is Carriel on both by May and by there of two sets of though when a Man be longing to one set is ill or his place is taken by a Man of the other who is thus obliged to work for 24 hours at a the Royal commis while admitting the difficulty of obtaining accurate information in All All states As a adults work from thirteen to fourteen hours a and that out of workmen in the province of which is taken As a typical were 240 married 733 unmarried 365 girls Between sixteen and 614 girls Between twelve and and boys under 39 per cent of the total number being a Law passed in 1874 prohibits the employing of children under twelve but the commission reports that it is not very strictly and that children Are made to work almost As Long As nor does Public instruction despite the Law passed in to have made much for in Amsterdam alone children did not attend any school at the beginning of last while the mean average of persons unable to read or write in Holland is 10 per As against two per cent in the commission states that the rates of wages May be taken at an hour for for women and for child Ren in the Linen Trade while Bakers earn paper makers sugar refiners painters and compositors for certain painters and engravers per for Ordinary workmen an hour May be taken As a which is a Day or a sup posing the Man to work ten full there Are a Good Many Mutual Relief societies in especially in the and the employers themselves subscribe in several a dutch Man working twelve hours a Day pro Well paid As an englishman working fewer the com Mission concluded its report by recommending the government to provide for the inspection of factories to execute More strictly the Law relating to infant labor 3 to prohibit women and children work ing by night or on sunday to make periods of rest for both of them compulsory to prohibit women working for at least a month after their confine the dutch government has introduced a Bill in some goes but in others does not come up the recommendations made by this Ameri British Campaign in new York City select numbers of enthusiastic democrats Are wearing badges wrought in the highest style of the ornamental badge makers and far Superior in materials and makeup and style to the Quality of Ordinary Campaign Only a few Hundred of them have been As they Are rarities and for the exclusive use of a genteel inner coterie of on one form of these badges the massive forms of president Cleveland is picture and another style has the handsome face of with the inscription underneath Queen of 000 of free the Queen part of this badge in al most enough of itself to indicate their but there is better proof As to the each one has the imprint and trademark of Thomas Cov they Are a gift from a wealthy British Well Wisher of the free Trade and the facts As to the other demo cratic Campaign Emblem Are equally Bandana handkerchiefs Are products of British least so says the new York a demo cratic newspaper which is enthusiastic for but opposed to free there or will of imitation Bandana handkerchiefs made in this country to Supply the cheap Campaign on imported handkerchiefs of English manufacture the tar Iff is 60 per cent if made of and 40 per if made under the Mills Bill the Tariff on Cotton ban Danas is but on silk ban Danas is reduced to 50 per the Tariff on the necessary of cot ton is not reduced that on the silk luxury of is reduced 10 per the democratic Campaign for Brit ish free Trade is appropriately Mamen de by British made Cleveland badges and British made red handkerchiefs As the Thurman that is As it should a just old Bently Reading the see that a Man has been sent to state prison for fifteen years for Robbin a old deserves every year of the Idee of Stealen an inner cent Little York Walter to gentleman who just tipped but do you know that is a Twenty cent putting it Back in Hia pock i took it for a Quarter but its All i know where i got ducks much less and is not nearly so

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