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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 10, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Atlantic volume number 700 700 in cloaks for 2 weeks dont miss seeing these Choice of seven Hundred at a Price you cannot approach at any other i am weather is and i am determined to a dog Given with each miss cloak Plush duties reduced by articles not produced in America put on the free Krona Toston i one of the democratic party favors Ite modes of attempting to impose up on the misinformed voters is to assert that our present Tariff is a War and that the republicans never have consented and never will consent to change How false such assertions Are the Nashua Telegraph very neatly shows in this compact statement of some of the Tariff changes for which the Republican party is responsible the Republican party reduced the duty on steel rails from to th6 Republican party abolished the duty on the Republican party abolished the duty on the Republican party abolished the duty on the Republican party abolished the duty on the Republican party abolished the duty on the Republican party abolished the duty on the Republican part abolished the duty on the Republican party abolished the duty on bleaching the Republican party put Sago on the free the Republican party put shellac on the free the Republican party put raw silk on the free the Republican party put tin bars on the free the Republican party abolished the duty on Anthracite Coal and reduced the duty on bituminous from to 75 cents per these Are some of the things which the Bourbon Shrei kers about the War Tariff never referred Green Bay lumber dealers in All kinds of Oak yellow Norway and White Pine floor Poplar and White Pine English american be hard soft prices the lowest give us an Opportunity to figure on your estimates cheerfully Yards at Marne and facts for the weekly Lafayette Klitou and general Weaver has consented to a series of joint discussions with major Lacey and the fun will soon Casey total population of the British Isles is almost on half of one per cent have emigrated to this country in eight and yet they can buy carpets there cheaper than Here the sugar Trust which was especially favored by the democratic committee that prepared the Mills has just decided to Advance the Price another Quarter of a it is Well enough for republicans to Bear in mind that every Democrat is a missionary for free no matter where he he is at work spreading his ideas and trying to convert the new York Herald has a column of european advertisements set up in Snall and published recently a Legal notice promulgated by the colonial supreme court of Cape South of Neola is the democratic nominee for attorney of Ottaw Ottamie m Organ was mayor of Neola in and created a furore by supporting the prohibitory names formerly a Gambler in this is the nominee for county at Torney on the democratic ticket in web Ster the fort Dodge messenger shows names previous reputation up in great says King it is Difili cult for me As a citizen to comprehend How men possessing either decent or patriotic instincts can hesitate in their support of Warner Miller As against David major Republican candidate for Congress in the sixth Iowa said in a recent speech if the grass hoppers had devoured our magnificent on crops this year i should not dare to stand As a candidate against general who has such a rare Genuis for turning All sorts of Public calamities to private i May venture to meet him in this year of Bountiful crops but reinforced by an army of grass hoppers the general would be i Vinci of fort has come out for Harrison on the grounds of Granger has held the office of democratic mayor and was chairman of democratic Central com Mittee for Webster it is probably useless to try to Stop a but it is Well enough to say that Young used no improper language in his speech at and further that he never has attempted to provoke merriment in any such a Low and mean Chicago journal since january persons have left great Britain and Ireland to Settle in the uni Ted it is if everything is so cheap in that free Trade that Many people leave it for this blasted Protection the the democrats think they Are sure to elect Peter Dey railway commis and now they Are working up a Boom for if they could get both Dey and wills chosen there would be no use having a railway commission at Dey has been on the commis Sion ten Yeai and he never lifted a hand to do anything until Larra Bee told him he would have to do some thing or then under the governors orders the Glenwood Case republicans should see that their tickets Bear the names of Smith and Truman one of the editors of the new York Sun and a democratic member of Congress from one of the new York City has come out squarely for Harrison and they cannot say that he has changed for political reasons in or Der to secure for he represents a District that gave him majority at his last his opponent Only had 301 but Merriman refuses to endorse the demo cratic free Trade and would rather fight for Protection in the ranks than for free Trade As a be ats the vanishing Cleveland chances of reelection As modelled after atkinsons Statis tical charts would seem to be about thus before his free Trade message at the time of renomination at the time Harrisons nomination on the publication of his retaliation message on the publication of his letter of acceptance today Well press Foreman can not find a Rule Short enough or slim enough to show just what Cleve lands chances of reelection Are a wob1 to Irish world Protection to Ameri can labor Means Good wages and a higher Standard of living for the american the Mille num is not attain Able in this but of All countries the one that offers the Best opportunities to the poor Man is and the most prosperous and progressive times the nation has known have been under the protective the adopt of British free on the other would mean reduced wages and a lower Standard of common history and experience teach these we Are menaced by a great National it behoves All patriotic sinking for the time being minor to band themselves together for the salvation of their coun try and their the Muscatine Tribune is still engaged in replying to young1 speech delivered in that City a week the Tribune makes a great Todo about the fact that Young referred to the mormons in Utah As a Sample of what people could do when relying on their own resources in a material sense though Young denounced their religion so called and their Many other the Tribune Avold now try to have it inferred that Young defended the which All who heard him know he did not there is a difference Between referring to the Commerce and Trade of a and in referring to their social or religious the last axiom of Economy is the Man who spends More than he makes gets steadily poorer who makes More than he spends gets enlarged into political Economy and applied to a this axiom reads the state that imports More than it exports gets constantly poorer that which exports most grows tried by this Rule what is georgias and what her it is astounding that the Public Jour Nal which publishes the with that urges Georgia to Hus band her own resources and thus grow is Arf advocate of the reelection of president Cleveland and the election of democrats to notwithstanding that both the president and the democratic party in Congress Are diametrically opposed to the Wise and economic policy it thus if president Cleveland and the democratic party which upholds him could have their own the United states would Straightway adopt a system by which it would More than it and thus become constantly if the Atlanta Constitution were As honest in its politics As it is intense in its state it would very soon be a Good Republican the pleasant free has a spasm because in his speech in spoke of color de democrats and Iowa third party prohibitionists As the Best specimens of ingratitude on and said republicans could but one motto As to them and that was to shoot pm on the the expression was used in a humorous sense and was so under stood by All nobody under stood the speaker to advise the adopt the whole foundation of the free Trade argument i have been called upon says the powerful Tariff writer Robert no fewer than a dozen times to reply to the tedious Chestnut about the Farmer being taxed 95 per cent on his flannel 57 per cent on his in credible As it May seem to intelligent the democratic National com Mittee is insulting the intelligence of the Farmers of this state by circulating this exploded relic of free Trade argument under this Tariff the Farmer rises in the and puts on his flannel shirt taxed 95 per his coat taxed 57 per shoes 35 per and hat taxed 92 per takes the water from the bucket taxed 35 per and washes his hands and face in a tin bowl taxed 35 per dries them on a cheap Cotton Towel taxed 45 per he sits Down to his Humble eats from a plate taxed 50 per with a knife and Fork taxed 35 per drinks his Coffee with sugar taxed 68 per seasons his food with Salt taxed 69 per Pepper taxed 61 per he looks around on his wife acid All taxed in the same Way takes a Chew of tobacco 199 per or lights his Cigar taxed 118 per even the sunlight from heaven that pours into his Humble cd Welling must come through window Glass taxed 59 per and yet he thinks he lives in the freest govern ment under the object of this Shadow circular is to make the Farmers believe that the free Trade theory enunciated by Grover Cleveland that the Price of the domes tic product is increased by exactly the amount of the Here is the practical outcome of the concentrated Wisdom of the National a common flannel shirt costs in England or 84 the Cost would be nearly or the actual Price is a common suit of clothes costs in England or the Cost would be the actual Cost is same As in an All Wool such As exhibited by major costs just or in in common boots Cost and fair ones in Stead of costing on third More the Price is for Well made brogans and for fair a 84 cents hat in England can be had Here for and it does not Cost nearly As a tin bowl costing or 20 in can be got Here for about the same or at most 25 on the other Kitchen As a whole Are cheaper in this country than in our ingenuity in making such articles being greater than in eng a cheap Cotton Towel in this tax rid Den Quality for costs less Here than in and we can prove this to the satisfaction of All democratic All knit goods Are cheaper Here than stubborn if any Republican hears a democratic neighbor boasting says the Philadel phia press of the Bright prospects of the democratic let him Call his attention to these results of this years election in Oregon the republicans cast the largest vote they Ever gained the largest plurality they Ever and greatly increased their representation m both branches of the ing it from two thirds to three fourths in Vermont the republicans cast the largest vote they Ever polled at a gubernatorial gained the largest plurality they Ever gave a candidate for chose every member in the state Senate and made Large gains in the lower Branch of the in Maine the republicans cast the largest vote they Ever gained the largest pluralities they have had for Twenty elected a solid state sen ate and made Large gains in the lower legislative elected ninety six of the ninety nine county officers chos in Alabama the democratic majority was Cut Down in the recent state elec Tion from on third to the exact figure is not known As but there will be a loss of from to oco As compared with the democratic vote at the corresponding state election in this not withstanding the democrats have the entire control of the ballot in Arkansas the democratic majority of is reduced to one of showing a democratic loss of the opposition vote of in 1888 is in creased to and the congressional District of Clifton who is one of the godfathers of the Mills shows an antidemocratic facts Are stubborn in consequence of natural Gas Indi Ana is entering an Era of manufacture All through its Large natural Gas Belt Mills and factories Are in operation or Are five years from if the Tariff is left Indiana will resemble Ohio or new England in its Many manufacturing the agricultural character of the state is changing to one of diversified occupy thanks to natural Gas and a protective with the change in occupation is also going on a change in political the inhabitants want to see their infant industries develop arid the change in political beliefs in consequence has brought to the Republican party several thousand while the number of Protection its who have settled in the natural Gas since its discovery amount to several thousand in t Lem selves to make the state Republican this Tion of democratic of actually killing such an interpretation is it is possible that the subject of shooting voters is a tender one with the free press and he thought it dead if he should hear a pleasant College boy shout to another College boy shoot the he would probably seek to have the Young Man arrested for inciting Mur or if he should hear some one say to shoot or give up the inn he would Call the possibly if he should hear of some one shooting his Mouth off he would infer that some one had blown his breath into a loaded gun and had blown his Mouth into we want to assure our Good democratic brother of the pleasant free that the editor of the Teledu apis did and does not advise any kind of political he leaves All such meth ods to the democratic Hereof when we quote or paraphrase the worldwide expression of John we shall explain that it is Figura Tive and not literal god gives every Bird its food Bat does not threw it in the there is food for recollection in the thought that Warners log Cabin Sarsaparilla will Pik Ify the thus ensuring Good wit i which May come All bless for 120 of All drug Kilraine weight is 225 is ready to fight any living Man for at a place writ of the Tennis is not a game that wanes in at Harvard there Are forty courts on Holmes in especially jerseys such As women so Are All the common or grades of stockings and american farming implements of al kinds Are exported and sold in Competition with they Are better ingeniously More durable and cheaper the farming implements of any country in the american cutlery is improved sold in does not this prove that the Price is not higher than eng Lish pottery and window Glass costs on third what they did when we de Pended on England to manufacture them for the difference in the Price today is not the sugar is a democratic and Rice taxed 102 per cent is carefully the republicans repealed half the internal tax on tobacco in and would have repealed the balance last session Only speaker Carlisle re fused to recognize judge Kelley for this what Folly therefore to talk about 199 per cent on chewing in free Trade England the Workman pays 1200 per cent on his the Republican party has never been in any sense the Friend or ally of the whiskey As the in Republican there is not a Republican daily in Trio whole country that has not from time to time furiously assailed the All the prohibition Laws Ever enacted inthe Loyal states were enacted by Republic in spite of democratic All High License Laws and resolutions have been the work of re who Ever heard of a democratic Law designed to restrict tie Sale of whiskey North the following vetoes and approvals show How completely president Cleve land has Allied his administration to the South Congress passed a Bill appropriating for a Public building at Allen with a population of Cleveland vetoed Congress made an appropriation of for a Public building in Youngs population Cleve land vetoed Congress made an appropriation of for a Public building in Sioux with a population of Cleveland vetoed As he did a second Congress passed a Bill appropriating for a Public building at bar with a population of Cleveland said As an offset to this cant by a presi Dent who knows no no and for a no we submit Congress passed a Bill appropriating for a Public building in Green with a population of and the president most graciously approves Sioux City does More Busi Ness in a week than Greenville Doea in a Congress passed a Bill appropriating for a Public building at population and president Cleveland smilingly wrote with a population of got an appropriation of and Cleveland unbounded pleasure Cedar with a population More than Helena and and doing More business by fifty times than the three has asked for the modest sum of and by All the influence of our assisted by it is us Able to get even a favourable report up on it by the api Propri ration but it has always been so and always will be while the democrats in and controlled by the Southern Wing of that dont and disgust ing but use sagos Catarrh ti1k to the manager of tie time Union was taken Down with the fever this the disease seems to be leaving the City proper and concentrating its work in the suburbs and the near it is feared will be caused As the country air far out that medical assistance canine to Given in j first stages of Twenty three i new cases reported at

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