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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 28, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Atlantic volume number look 4g Ain Lieval dooms tremendous sales in cloaks has obliged him to make the second which Means you can buy of him at retail cheaper than he or any other merchant bought at wholesale at the commencement of the have just opened an other new All bought the past week while in at a sacrifice come and take advantage of this unparalleled not Only in cloaks did we find jobbers anxious to unload but dress and Many lines of Cotton we Call your attention to the following prices in dress goods which we confidently assert Are lower than we Ever knew named for the same Quality 16 pieces coloured Cashmere regular Price 40c 18 pieces coloured 36 All at 38c pieces 40 these goods have never been offered by us before at less than pieces 38 at cheap at have just opened 1 Case Standard Worth for Sale this week at la Bale Muslin at same Price while it 1 Bale Cheviot Worth included at Blanket Stock has been largely reinforced and we will give you bed Rock we have made an extra Effort this season on and would Call your particular attention to our Best Quality of German town our Saxony and Germantown zephyrs Are the Best and Are sold at the same Price asked for inferior toboggans and Fascinator our Christmas goods Are now ready for owing to first floor we have remodeler the basement and have it nicely filled with a Choice collection of Christmas in pact a better display than we have Ever seen in come now and Lake your selections for Christmas we will keep them for you Itil such time As you May need in our Stock we carry a Choice selection of carpets and Oil the offerings we Are now making cannot last see to it Rou Avail yourselves of some of these fhe weekly Lafayette editor and but a few More Days and the country will be Given g Rover Cleveland last so Many democrats have lost cloth ing on the election that it May interest j them to know that since the Rock Island employees have been ordered to Wear uniforms their old clothes will probably be for j Elijah managing editor of the Indianapolis has been chosen private Secretary to president elect Harrison and All authorities agree that he is the right Man to succeed to the important place now filled for Cleveland by Dan 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 at Benjamin Harrison will be the Cen Tennial George Washington was first inaugurated March Harrison will be inaugurated March the fou year term has worked Well for a Hundred and there is no reason Why it should be Muscatine Deys refusal to sign the schedule probably elected he had the Farmers solid before that and by refusing to sign he got the Railroad vote of the and the occurrence of his refusal came too late for the farm ers to find it a greater nor More successful Confidence Dodge was never played on any of the Oskaloosa is off for a trip through old and it is evident that his Brilliant wife is editing the Swalm has no Superior in Iowa As a Clarkson considers her the Best newspaper writer in the she is certainly the equal of any if the Des Moines Eiver land settlers being evicted under a re publican administration what a howl there would and what a noise Jim Weaver would make they used to bawl and and blow about All such now where Are they we hear no complaints from they say the evictions Are Legal and no one can we want to say that that Des Moines River land matter ought to have been settled years Harrison has two Brothers Liv lives at on a Large Cotton his family ii Sills of two sons and a to i on of the sons is married it is i employee of Armour Iii Jinjr House in Kansas the ohm John Scott its a lawyer in Kansas he mar nil of and three sons and one Fie Long been an ardent but voted the straight Republican ticket on the 6th it would appear that Good men May differ in politics after until it becomes a family we Trust the brother is a life Stier Martins Corner 4th and Walnut new finest new Maple new sugar new new buckwheat Only the new sate Kraut new California evaporated new new California seedless new California new evaporated new evaporated new evaporated our celebrated Brand of flour known As the May Flower constantly on Quality Irmen the press is responsible for building up most Public there Are Many men in private life who surpass in ability and in All the elements that go to make up a representative thousands of those whose names Are known far and there is a vast amount of Sham and shoddy among Public the press has paraded their names year in and year until the people think they must amount to something and have selected them for various it is time for the newspapers to quit that kind of Busi let them endorse Only the Good and Able and criticise others who attempt to get to the no matter to what political party they Cedar rapids will have their usual i display o Holiday ready for inspection so As to give their patrons an Opportunity to select to Weir Stock in Pine goods will be largely increased and prices will be lower than come Early and secure bargains at m Irmen gos representing the Cincin Nati called on general Harri son a Day or two ago with a delegation of she went a Little while in and Vance of the other ladies and was seated in the general Harrison and a few gentlemen were in a room but within hearing Bevis took out her note Book and proceeded to Jot Down what she pretty soon general Harrison discovered her and told her that he did not like such conduct and that he did not propose to be he took her note Book and Tore out the leaves on which she had quite a scene ensued and now Bevis is posing As a she is certainly very deficient in Good Gen eral Harrison ought to have ordered her out of his House or had her ejected As he would a who is there that would want his private conversation reported for the Public press no respectable newspaper would stoop to such Clarkson and by special invitation visited and dined with president elect Harrison a few Days and Clarkson were treated with great consideration and Courtesy by general Harrison and wife and after the guests had returned to their hotel general Harrison called up on it is evident that Clark son is recognized As a political organizer and Leader of much i he is to the front in National politics and can undoubtedly go into Harrisons j Cabinet and we presume that he will j be postmaster he is capable and would discharge the duties of that place we however object to swords beings taken in along to Fame and prominence simply because he was sergeant at arms of the National what Ever that he is evidently a loudmouthed person who has succeeded at nothing that he has Ever he has no standing in Iowa he is a he scarcely belongs in the he has never performed any party he has not earned any promotion by going upon the streets of new York and betting on general Harrisons election he brought discredit on the National we Hope Clark son will let swords remain in priv ate life and if Clarkson influence is to a great extent to be potent in Dis posing of Federal offices in we Hope will let the dudes and Camp Fol Lowers and recommend for places Only genuine workers of Good and Long in connection we Recar the fact that there used to be men hold ing Federal appointments at washing ton claiming to Hail from who had no right to such claim and who could not be elected dog Pelters in any Iowa service about some committee Headquarters is not sufficient to give party prominence unless they have had some party standing previous to such committee there should be no haste As to appoint ments but when they Are Good men and Good republicans should be of the thank from the Atlanta for heavens let us never hear again the Promise of democratic gains in the every election we Are promised that the Farmers of the North invest Are going to come right into Camp and bring Sev eral states along with this it was All fixed we were to get them a Fence keep them we were to be crouched up to make room for them was just howling to get they didst we have lost seventeen congressmen out thei which hardly leaves enough for the Republican majorities Are increased As for she lifted herself up from her slim Republican majority of in to Over in 18881 from the new Jersey line to the Pacific Ocean the West a solidly is going to stay that our Hope and has new new Jersey and Connecticut

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