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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 21, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa Discounts at Downs Vnti 24th Atlantic Telegraph you can get discounts on Aix regular goofs bought of volume March number the weekly Lafayette a Ditoh and second Over 200 Republican clubs have been organized in the the new York evening Sun issued a blizzard edition on March the country published at on March says fresh Snow drifts six to ten feet deep in As soon As new York digs its Way out of its own Snow drifts Michigan will say dont mention representative of is hardly Able to travel up and Down the stairway to his committee on account of the lameness of his wounded and gets but Little rest at Lowa Jovas behind in this he thinks of going Home for a few Days to allowed Cut would place Iowa at a great disadvantage during any future Railroad War and the amendment was journals legislative Marci from the Sioux City journals legislative March 4 Lafe Young made the leading speech in this senator Young spoke today against senator Wool Soris substitute and said the discussion had taken a wide Range covering the entire transportation ques he said that there had been some fears that Iowa would be too Radical in legislating on the control of corporations that capital would be deterred from coming into the he said that Iowa was not in Advance of folder states in Laws controlling rail ways and other in fact Iowa thirty one eight Hundred hogs have been killed at the Atlantic packing House by Doud since last on saturday even ing the House shut Down for perhaps six weeks when it will again resume operations and run right along through the the the committee tem Perance Bill in the House is called a pharmacy but it provides for the issuance of a permit to sell liquor to any person not a hotel or restaurant keeper or a keeper of a place of Public i i i i i a Barber or Shoemaker her Money from new and the new England states have More stringent Laws concerning All corporations and moneyed interests than has in new Hampshire the railway commissioners Are required to make a schedule of freight such a pro position has heretofore been Defeated in thus Iowa is not so Radical As new in Massachusetts the greater charge for the Short haul than the longer has been prohibited for fifteen in the same state Mort gages Are and to charge what the traffic will or what the necessities of a customer compel him to is defined As Iowa has been generous toward the corporations can get a permit under this the ukr both in restrict Barber or Shoemaker and others would i Lions imposed and taxes the have the advantage that he would have i Decem Lens of the Pilgrim a no certificate to lose in Case of convict who sends his Money to the West would it not be Well to have the Ito be taken care of Llis provision that the Shoemaker in Case of it rests at Home and will of object to conviction be debarred from making proper legislation in corporation con nov in nip Elf by in Nyrl i of in Iowa Tyllere is sometimes too great a Price paid for the bringing of j capital and Kansas and so far the Twenty second new states Ancl territories Are any More slices v that them on an would place i Assembly has passed eight this Tor Weir booms the 1 seems a Small but when we con merest 1s the Only interest Sider that they have prevented from a i is permanent profits in thousand to twelve Hundred Bills from i Kansas when general reckon passing the Greatline today jaw swing of will close Down with ing match he not been without Good Mirea song hand on the Laws made Amend 5 c0rp01atl registry the appropriation to the i hese few affords a me soldiers amendment changing of the Honor tiie corporations have time of keeping polls open at school i for they can make and in Law creating Board of state and and while they commissioners for the Clarinda insane half deserted Iowa they Law limiting the time of Maki 8tton the source of their Early wealth ing claims and bringing suit against foundation of their municipal Law providing i past have when the for the Issue of waterworks Bonds Haf i reduced Iowa pro to t us cities of the second an act endorsed of to to the Iowa state ing congressional act in regard to Exeter per the rail pediment an act providing for j ways have increased their Gross earnings the appointment of deputies to clerks from Iowa business each of District treasurers and excepting thus auditors and an act to provide for the appointment and removal of policemen in cities organized under special at this time two years ago the legislature had Twenty one four years ago six years ago eight years ago Twenty ten years ago this year easter will fall upon the first of Days earlier than last the earliest possible Day for easter is the 22d of and it fell on that Day in 1818 for the first time in 200 an object in arranging the Calendar Moon was that easter might never fall on the same Day As the jew ish this did in on the 14th Day of in 1825 on the 3rd Day of and will do so again in 1923 on the 1st of in 1927 on the 17th of april and in 1981 on the 18th of last year easter and the passover were separated but by a single the jewish festival usually occurs in passion in and never before the 20th of Marci or after the in 1913 easter will fall upon the 22d Otas it did in 1845 and the latest easter an Philadelphia occurred in the 25th of and evidently desirous of relieving Friday it will not fall on that Date again until irom its unjust is circulating the following list of events that have occurred on Friday Washington was born on Queen Victoria married on Napoleon Bonaparte was born Fri Battle of Bunker Hill fought on Pri More for carrying less each the Iowa agricultural society Esti mates the loss in cereals to Iowa farm ers during these five years at s the railway Gross earnings from Iowa increased each we want to leave out the words undue and unreasonable in this Bill because their presence in the Bill be a shelter for abuses in the line of Dis criminal senators have referred to the interstate Commerce Law and its Bene i want to say that its benefits All come from its positive provisions and not from anything that was left optional with the the cutting off of the greater charge for the Shorter haul was Worth All the remain Der of the the senator from Polk fears that the Blind Man could not be passed on the train As an act of Charity if this Bill permits no i would not object to opening the door for the Blind Man if i did not fear the others would enter while the door was we must Cut Oil All forms of discrimination and do unambiguous it in Plain and senator Young got the floor this afternoon and took occasion to express his opinion in regard to the present railway he said the present War fully demonstrated the utter income Tei icy of the men in charge to properly handle and care for the great interests committed to their care that they were trifling with the interests of the Stock holders and upsetting All commercial and that everything that was wrong and vicious connected with Railroad management that had been had been taken away by a positive senator Groneweg moved an Amend ment to Section preventing a de As Well As an increase which is already provided for in the of published rates without ten Days America discovered on Mayflower landed on Joan of arc burned at the stake on Battle of Waterloo fought on declaration of Independence signed i on Battle of Marengo fought on Julius Cassar assassinated on Lee surrendered on fort Sumter bombarded on Moscow burned on Shakespeare born on King Charles beheaded on Richmond evacuated on Battle of new Orleans fought on Fri it is estimated that there Are but senator Young showed that such a 000 acres in Colorado that May be Zirri so Long As the interstate Law county and revival meetings Are being held in the presbyterian Church by Thayer assisted by the and Young who takes charge of the song Stormy Williams arrived monday from Iowa City where he has been at tending Evans has started a furniture store in building two doors North of the drug of visited with friends last Earnest Powell has gone to Chicago with his As the time Drew near for his departure we noticed one of our Young ladies seemed to be in great we offered her our sympathy she thanked us arid said it was Only a cinder in her and Findlay rejoice in the birth of a Young Jim Blaine who arrived at their Home Marci of has leased Simon Sens barn and will run a first class livery the new sidewalks built by the club add much to the looks of the town As Well As to the Comfort and convenience of the Harvey and of Omaha Sun Dayed with and the nearer the first april approaches the brighter beams the countenance of a certain Young Man near Mccleese visited in Audubon last Powell Lias gone for a two months trip in the he will visit new York City and viagra fall be fore he and Hulen have gone to Kansas to visit their miss Miller from is staying with her Grove township the March breezes Are ducks and geese Are the Frost is coming out of the ground and the mud drying up Bell now occupies a part of Simpsons he is a new citizen from Madison Berg is the first Man we know of in tins township to Dehorn his cattle he took the horns off Liis cattle last week and says he is Well satisfied with the or Lommasson had a Sale last week and will probably go to new Jacob Stahl is hauling Stone for the foundation of a Large new barn he is going to build the school at Grove City closed last the gave a spelling school in the a number of the boys acted More like Savages than civilized making it very unpleasant for those who wished to take will Sheldon has returned from where he has been learning telegraphy the past Orville Carter went to Council Bluffs last where he will remain Dur ing the from what we can learn there promises to be a firs class circus in school District 5 Over the question As to whether the school House can be used for preaching and other Public gather Mcelwain and family have arrived from Pennsylvania and moved onto the farm they purchased last fall of at a meeting of the school Board last Philip Humerick was elected president for the ensuing the wages for teachers were left the same As last per last sunday was the warmest Day this in fact it was quite sultry in the the uncalled and unlocked for blizzard last monday was a bad one on Stock we saw Twenty thousand million ducks and geese going South last Mon of course this is a rough Esti the above is a it is per warranted to stand the test in any climate and is not affected by changes in the Dilord went to Atlantic last and will remain there until he is Able to which we Hope will be at an Early John Mccan and Sam Luce were up to Wiota miss Boyle and miss of at Sun Dayed with Briggs and Friday of last Doc Henry Metcalf and Chrisman went to Winters has sold his Stock of dry to Butcher has rented his farm and will remain on the North Cate farm another while in Atlantic last week we were pleased to see the numerous improve ments being made Saunders will move into the House formerly occupied by deems is the new night operator Voorhees went to chicag o last week to visit some weeks with her Jacob Mains Sale last saturday was Well but the prices realized were rather Mort Woods returned from Colorado Heath has purchased Towi sends Barber Henry Mcdermott expects to build a new barn on his farm North of sunday night this Vicinity was visited by a rain and wind storm which ended with a freeze and considerable Snow this will Likely prevent the Farmers from showing any Grain this As they anticipated George Lattig went to Chicago Mon Day to Purchase their Spring Stock of Henshaw will remain with us awhile As the Railroad strike win prevent his getting a car to carry his goods to Keokuk county where he pets to make his future and Oren of mass in a with Many the sudden monday their Little son Daniel aged one year and eight the Little Fel Low was perfect but while sitting in his mothers Lap was seized with a sudden cramping and died in a few of spent last Sab Bath with her considerable new sidewalk is being built this furst made a flying trip to Sioux City last or the lost will be played at Swart Kingsbury Hall next Tupi Day evening by Home Edwards has been sick for a week with in lavatory Henryson and family returned last week after an extended visit in Abe Leek returned last week from where he has been in a jewelry store for some Rev Tirrell lectured sunday evening to the Young it was an Able address and Many besides Young men May profit by a knights of pythias Lodge of Twenty members was organized Friday even folks have moved into the Fulton Catarrh and false a prominent englishwoman says the american women All have nasal voices and false americans dont like the constant twisting they get about this nasal and yet it is a fact caused by our dry stimulating and the Universal presence of catarrhal diff Why should so Many of our women have false Teeth that is More of a Poser to the eng it is quite impossible to account for it except on the theory of deranged stomach action caused by imprudence in eating and by want of regular exer both conditions Are catarrhal troubles everywhere pre Vail and end in cough and1 consume which Are promoted by malnutrition induced stomach the condition is a modern one unknown to our ancestors who pre vented the cough and con sumption by abundant and regular use of what is now known As Warners log Cabin cough and consumption remedy and log Cabin two lil fashioned Standard remedies handed Down from our and now exclusively put Forth under the strongest guarantees of purity and Efficacy by the world famed makers of Warners Safe these two remedies plentifully used As the Spring and summer seasons Advance give a positive Assurance of both from Catarrh and those dreadful and if inevitable lung troubles and which so generally and fatally prevail among our Comrade Eli of Henry served four years in the late War and contracted a disease called con sumption by the he had fre quent after using War ners log Cabin cough and consumption he says under Date of 1888 i do not Weed at the lungs any my cough does not bother and i do not have any More Smoth ering Warners log Cabin Rose Cream cured his wife of Catarrh and she is sound and of course we do not like to have our women called nose talkers and false Teeth but these conditions can be readily overcome in the manner in Story has written from Rome accepting an honorary membership in the International copyright Assoc a our 25 and 50 cent bargain goods some special bargains will be offered this week in useful every Day articles used in every family by Voorhies variety bargain the Empe Boks a most solemn and impressive occasion at the burial of emperor March funeral of emperor William took place the weather was again extremely and the who were ranged four deep along the route taken by the funeral wore heavy the Low temperature had no apparent effect upon the people and hundreds of thous ands of speculators occupied the space behind the while every window along the Unter Den Linden was crowd All houses on the thoroughfare were covered with mourning and exhibited flags with Black at the Street Crossings massive pillars draped with Black and surrounded with1 prussian eagles had been the lamp posts were covered with and at every fifty paces there were Large candelabras bearing flaming the route of the funeral procession presented a most imposing aspect entirely in keeping with the deep sorrow reverence Sof the the funeral service took place in the Cathedral in accordance with the emperor Frederick was the weather being too of his exposing at Koegel pronounced the Benediction while at the volleys were fired by infantry on the the Cathedral ceremony closed with the singing holy is the the procession which escorted the re Mains to the mausoleum then began to Prince Bismarck and von Moltke not present at the service in the nor did they take part in the procession to the the Cathedral presented a most solemn and impressive when the soft Organ prelude began the court Chamberlain and ministers took positions behind the Tabouret bearing the empires von hold ing the Imperial stationed himself at the head of the count Huendorf and Prince the late emperors with drawn standing on either Side of and the adjutant general and another aide Decamp standing together at the foot of the while the Organ still played the royalties Prince William arriving at he stood in the Middle of the Nave behind the Imperial alongside of him were the King the King of Bel am the King of close by stood Duke of princes and and other princes of the Royal House of the Prince Imperial of the Prince Imperial of Russia and grand Dukes Michael and Nicholas of Russia the Prince of the Crown Prince of the Crown Prince of Denmark and the Crown Prince of All in the uniforms of their respective coun the Prince of the grand of Hesse and other and foreign including of and his formed the next rows in the the Diplo Matic Pew was the scene was truly memorable amid the strains of the final chorus and the Sharp rattle of the volleys the twelve regi ment commanders slowly and reverently raised the Coilin from its resting moving Forward with it on their shoulders to the before them walked a High court on either Side of the Coilin were the minis ters of bearing on cushions the Imperial Crown and scepter and Ether above the Coilin waved the Imperial borne by on on each Side of him walked an Allicer with a drawn As the Coflin reached the door the drum mers of the military bands outside beat a deafening awhile the proc Sion was forming the bands played Chopin Marche the sounds of the tolling Church Bells mingling with the the formation of the Cor Tege occupied some but was effected in an orderly manner in rigid accor dance with the of Lucial the conspicuous absence of the emperor and count von Moltke and Prince Bis March was deeply this was the Only prominent change in the a the procession was in every Way worthy the the military display was though this morning the French general Billot placed on the coffin a Superb Garland of violets and wreaths were also contributed by delegates from Rotterdam and other foreign wending its Way Over the Castle Bridge and through Unter Den the procession reached Brandenburg a few minutes after 2 Unter Linden presented an extraordinary like the gloom of night at midday everything was pillars and in the midst of the intense so Breness of color were the Pale Light of lamps veiled with the strangest effect came from the flaring Light of pitch throwing Over the scene a Glare that was tempered by the smoke of the torches blown by the at the sieges Alice the procession the order of the procession was not Marde de corps assuming the place of the escort and officers of a lower rank relieving the Paul the cortege then moved until it reached at Oclock the remains were received at the mausoleum by the pastor of chaplain Keogel alien read a prayer closed the service with the the members of the Imperial family and the mourners then the generals taking Farewell of their dead master by placing their hands As if in Salute his a Salvo of artillery bounced that the ceremony was from the window of the Salon Over looking the Park the emperor witness the he remained in the same spot until the close of the Cere Mony was announced by the of the Empress Victoria and the princesses attended the services at the the emperor was greatly grieved be cause he was not allowed to attend the the physicians had to entreat with him earnestly for a while the Cannon were firing lie stood silently listening and watching at the Back As the Coflin the window he covered his eyes has hands and burst into shall we have a county shall Cass county have a fair this is a question that will have to be decide before and the decision have to be made by the people of at lactic and backed with Money or the question will answer itself in the Nega the present agricultural society is composed of about twelve who have held fairs Here for the past six during the most of those years the Fairsh Jve been held at a loss to the they have had to go into their own pockets to pay the pre which they have invariably for paying premiums and assessments have been made until about has paid on each which was orig la ally issued As a 8100 had weather has been the chief cause of the fail of the Dumas the society has changed the Date of holding the fair every and bad weather has caught them about live years of the the members begin to think they were Burn on Aud have grown tired of risking their Money on so Uncertain a thing As the during county fair of course the people of Atlantic cant guarantee the society Good but we might pattern after the enterprising Little City of Harlan and guarantee to Listii against loss from bad it has been suggested that the citizens by build a fuse Art Hull on the fair grounds at a Cost perhaps of the society will hold a meeting in a Short time to decide whether or not to hold a fair this and from the present talk of the Ina a hers the majority will be in favor of Selling the grounds and holding no More can we afford to have the Cass county fair die for want of a encouragement y let the business men talk the matter Over and see what can be done to keep the fair Ujiiye president of life insurance Ive caught Rascal drop that jewelery or ill blow your brains out impudent Dasserat Ive got my life insured in your com Pany fur and it will be cheaper to let me 1 to

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