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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 17, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Atlantic volume number Levi Downs special Sale of t to be continued ten Days our unprecedented Sale of cloaks during the first half of convinces us that prices and Quality will Tell we have sold More cloaks to Date than we Ever sold before during the entire month of and have stacks upon stacks yet to we will place at your disposal 5o garments Worth from to sizes 34 to at the nominal Price of among the number is 25 Chinchilla the cloth alone being Worth More than the Price Tiik Mills Bill Fob free after All it was the democratic party that proposed to make whisky and the cry of the democrats against the internal Revenue features of the Republican platform was Only in tended to divert attention to what they were intending to a careful study of the Mills Bill reveals the fact that it provides for the Remis Sion of License taxes imposed by the government on retail dealers in spirituous and malt and virtually repeals the tax on unlimited quantities of whisky provided the same be manufactured in distilleries with a measured capacity of less than Twenty four bushels per the first provision of this demo cratic measure is designed to effect two objects lighten the Burden under which the liquor Sellers of the country Are staggering and removes one Means now employed to detect violations of the prohibitory or High License Laws of several states and Many counties and towns where the policy of local option has been it is both calculated and designed to make beverage whisky free of especially in one Large Section of the no advocate of the Mills Bill in either Branch of Congress has been tabled to show that in the judgment of the commissioner of internal Revenue it will be practicable to prevent frauds upon the Revenue and a Large output of free whisky if the measure is it is now known that repeated efforts were made and Strong influences exerted to induce the commissioner to express such an but he did not 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 give us an Opportunity to figure on your estimates cheerfully Yards at Marne and a duty on Tea or Coffee could be nothing but a Revenue and the nearest approach to a direct tax possible in customs without any compensating for there is no Home completion with the foreign we have Here a very Clear illustration of the democratic policy it is the English free Revenue for the government should be say these by duties upon such products of other countries As Are not produced in this this eliminates altogether the protective it denies Protection to our Abandons the working millions to a struggle on even terms with foreign on the other hold the doctrine that everything not raised or made in the United states should be free of and that in providing Revenue for the government duties should be so Laid As to encourage Home diversify employment and promote the interests of the contest this year is Between these two Dubuque the of the mysteries which confront us in exam dining the present financial problems of the rapids you can buy 104 All Wool Scarlet blankets Worth for i Downs the Issue in a the new York world admits that the republicans have increased the free list from in 1880 to it afr the world says that the enlargement is almost wholly due to the free listing of articles not produced in this like these Are very important articles for both the poor and the they not they enter into Universal senator Allison in his address in Senate on the proposed Tariff Bill wednesday made an incidental criticism of the financial policy of the present and the Justice of which must be apparent to the most casual observer of there is a surplus of in the rather to the account of the 000 of it is deposited in favored National Banks where it draws no in the meantime the Issue of 4 per cent Bonds is maturing and might now be bought at a Premium which would save the government 2 per cent does the Secretary of the Treasury not male such purchases this is one cams viands ant labor Roc what Grover Cleveland has done against the interests of american work in Nien he vetoed the Bill establishing a department of labor and making the Secretary of that department a Cabinet he vetoed the mechanics Lien Law making the wages of working men engaged in the construction of buildings a first mortgage on the prop he vetoed the life and limb making employers responsible for Acci dents happening from imperfect machinery and imperfectly constructed he vetoed the tenement House Cigar forbidding the manufacture of cigars in he vetoed the Bill compell Agthe elevated railroads of new York pity to charge Only 5 cents he vetoed the printers Bill re Quiring All the state printing to be done by Union he vetoed the Bill making ten hours a Legal Days work for All Street car he vetoed the Bill abolishing con vict labor in although Tea pro position when the popular vote of the people was carried by a majority of lie vetoed the Childs labor Bill provided for the inspection of factories where children Are ao4 prohibiting the employment of under fourteen years of he signed the Bill compelling the stationary engineers of new York City to pay a tax of per year to the police pension found or to be debarred from following their he signed the Bill reducing the fees of the new York Harbor which Bill Benett Ted Only the foreign steamship the weekly Lafayette Koltor and republicans in the eighth District claim that they will defeat Anderson this the editorial Page is Well gotten up under the charge of he is doing himself credit and the paper great there is one Way of finding out just what free Trade will do for this and that is by ascertaining just what it did Evey time it has been his tory tells the if the Republican succeeds in preventing repeating in the tenement House wards of new York City it will have performed a service for the purity of american politics in future simply inestimable in moral Marcks unqualified was As Ieli Vitious As it will be effectual with All thoughtful German american citizens who Are familiar with the successful Workings of the american sys tem in their native Meleon of the second presbyterian Church of Indianapolis says i am not a and do not talk i appreciate the importance of a Good enlightened Chris Tian the head of the Rand therefore i shall vote for general As i believe will ninety nine out of every Hundred of the presbyterian ministers in the a net gain of eight votes would make the next House of representatives re a net gain of fifteen would give the republicans a Good working add ten More and a Good solid administration headed by Harris on at the White House would give the country an Era of Prosperity that would make democrats All state the in presenting the Case of Burke for county Daly has been an inmate of the court House too Daly worked As Deputy several years at a Small and Lias been clerk several he is a deserving a hard an old and should have the Loyal support of and he is de serving of the votes of said congressman of in a speech the other if the president and Thurman and of Are right in their assertions about How much we lose every year by the we have lost since 1860 More than More than the whole states was listed for in according to we have lost since 1860 our whole and we must be sitting out doors last thursday at Michigan Ulaine addressed the democratic candidate for Congress for that District addressed an inquiry to Blaine asking in he favored removing the duty from while in 1888 he advocates High protective Blaine courteously replied that at that time he favored the removal of internal duty from lumber and the retention of the and he had not changed his views in the the Blockhead of a candidate can not perceive the Dif Ference Between internal duty and a Tariff Block will make a great change in their business by moving from their present location on five doors to Bur sons Book being the Best lighted room in and in order to Start with a bran new Stock of by the first of the we will positively close out our entire Stock of overcoats and furnishing goods regardless of Cost and manufacturing lot Bingo Ethid Lew the democratic county attorney of Mills is yet ing Over Montgomery county replying to a speech made by Young at some weeks Genung is pay ing Young a rare ave notice that at Milford Genung had reached a discussion of Youngs he certainly had a Large and healthy theme Well worthy of Genung towering general Harrisons recognition the other Day of the similarity of the pre sent system of Protection of As a Wise adoption of the american political Economy that extorted jigs Muscatine Tribune a former res ident of the Tribune a letter from los where he is now asking us to write an article for the Benefit of any poor Man who May think of going to that he says that Angeles has More working people than she can wages have come Down to a Point where a Man cannot support a everything costing 20 per More than in there Are about Idle carpenters alone in that who would go elsewhere but can not get the climate is but one Connot live on that this is a sad picture but a True lot heavy Cotton 3 lot Union 4 lot All Wool 7 lot hair line of lot heavy frock and 10 of lot plaid All Wool in 10 of Gray mixed shirts and 20 Gray mixed shirts and drawers 75 per cent 50 White Merino shirts and All Wool Scarlet shirts and 50 fancy Stripe All Wool shirts and i of a Good fur Cap for i of lot Union i 75 lot heavy 56 inches 3 75 lot heavy 5 lot Black heavy 5 lot All Wool 7 lot Chinchilla Satin 16 50 Youj this boys cloth lot boys suits from 13 to 3 of lot Union cassimere from 13 to 3 75 lot boys from 4 to 12 i of lot boys from 4 to 12 2 of lot Corduroy from 4 to 12 3 of lot overcoats from 4 to 17 i out this Price list out and bring it with we Are the Only firm that advertises lot numbers and have the goods on hand when you Block

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