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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 31, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa The Atlantic volume x number i Wist still holds the fort on cloaks and is doing the greatest Good to the greatest this week we Are offering embracing All the new and popular styles in ladies and misses cloaks at special remember this Sale is without a parallel every Day is a bargain not Only on cloaks but everything in you dont buy a cloak every if you have one to buy this look at our garments if nothing Levi the weekly Lafayette cd Ito and lets make november 6th the Appo Mattox of free whats the matter with Sackville West Hes All Regis the career spellbound for three hours statesman is drawing to a close until this time next the Telegraph wants to learn the Postof lice address of an Iowa Pioneer who bought Salt in this state in 1800 at per is there such a Man Samuel a of has been appointed a Timber agent in the general land he is a special Friend of an William Henry the grand father of the Republican believed in and showed his Faith by his the Wool of the suit of clothes in which he was inaugurated was grown in and manufactured into cloth by the Middlesex at he believed that America should protect american and so does his that English american who writes letters from is a very useful we could not afford to part with him for any Ordinary consid then vote for the Union labor Candi Date for the made a speech at a dispatch says the labor candidate for delivered a speech Here today in which he assailed the democratic administration Asun True promises to the Industrial classes and being associated with the he denounced free Trade As ruinous and ridiculed the Mills he could see no help for the Labouring classes in a continuance of the democrats in with Streeter and Powderly for Protection and our local Union labovites on the stump for Cleveland and the Mills a considerable contrast is it is no use to say that the Mills Bill is not free its author and every Man who helped to Frame it Are free they asked for As much As hoped to if granted they will ask for f take Down the restore Ameri 1 can shipping and give us a Chance to for the Rich Commerce of other what other please where is i the foreign Commerce that we Are to contend for this testimony regarding the person al character of general Harrison is simply that Winch is Bourne by All who i know he stands out before the of the United states today in because the Only Effort of his enemies to depreciate Liim is the charge that he wears kid if he it is certainly not hide stained for no Man has ared to hint that general Harrisons hands have Ever been Cleveland says the Tariff is added to the Price of the congressman of in a recent made this Point a pair of five Pound blankets were the statement of the duty is As follows Cost in England at 45 4 25 customs 35 if the theory is these blankets ought to sell for a pair but As a matter of fact american blankets of precisely the same weight and Quality were Selling at that time for a whole Temperance following Story is told of general Harrison in connection with a Public dinner Given him on one occasion at the close of the dinner one of the gentlemen drank his the general pledged ids Toast by drinking another gentleman offered a Toast and said will you not favor me by taking a Glass of wine the Gen in a very gentlemanly begged to be he was again urged to join in a Glass of this was too he arose from his seat and said in the most dignified manner i have twice refused to partake of the wine cup i Hope that will be though you press the matter Ever so not a drop shall pass my i made a resolve when i started in life that i would avoid Strong that vow i have never i am one of a class of Young men who graduated together sixteen members of my class now fill drunkards and All from the pernicious habit of i owe my my happiness and Prosperity to that will some one name a free Trade country that compares in Prosperity with the United states under Protection will some one toll where the markets of the world Are located that Are not already being supplied with articles by cheaper labor than Amer Ica can afford please name the particular country that is to buy All our goods after we remove the shackles and begin defying the world what hinders our people from conquer ing the markets of the world now if there Are markets somewhere to con quor Are we not just As Bright inventive geniuses As after protective duties Are removed Why not leave America protected from other people while we go away from Home to put other countries into Beggary by our smartness and skill Why not lock up the old Home while we Are gone do not for one moment think of Vot ing for Peter Why because Dey has been on the commission ten and during All that time of service he never attempted to do any thing for the people until in the men Wood ease Larrabee told him and coffin that if they did not taste action and reduce the rates on he would remove then they took that was under the old which gave plenty of authority to the commission to control rates if the commission had been disposed to use if Peter and cof Fin had had a particle of courage and a disposition to Correct Railroad extortion they could have done much under the old but they did when Smith and Campbell came to the com Mission and work in dead Earnest for the Peter Dey simply acquiesced in what they and peddled Advance information to the i six to ten democrats urged to meet on saturday night i in each Iowa i to prepare to capture the chairman Hunters confidential the following has been issued and mailed All Over the state Register got a copy of it and printed it in sundays we urge republicans to take a hint from this circular and go to work to head off its effect strictly Headquarters democratic state Hawkeye Cox Job Des rear you have been recommended to the demo cratic state Central committee As a Democrat of Energy and Devotion to our party As being ready to perform such work As this commit tee May direct in order secure Vic tory on you Are hereby appointed to supervise and direct certain matters in your precinct of the most vital importance to our Success at the coming the duties that we assign you Are As follows on receipt of this communication you will Call a confidential meeting at your or at the residence of some neighbor centrally located in your pre on saturday november privately Call on six to ten of the most Active and reliable workers in the democratic ranks and notify them to meet with before the above named Date you j will kindly Confer with the member of the democratic county committee in who can furnish you from his poll Book a list of the demo cratic voters in his the gentlemen who meet with you will undoubtedly be Able to name and locate every democratic voter in your pre i you should furnish the gentle i men present at this meeting a list of such voters he will guarantee to personally see on november to impress on each voter the importance of his being at the polls not later than 10 Oclock on the following morning and Deposit his vote in the polls at least by that impress on each Man the importance of not railing to see every democratic voter and secure a Promise that he will he on As soon As the polls open the morning of 6 we will expect you to be at the polling place with All the gentlemen who met you the pre feeding saturday and quietly Check off the name of each democratic voter As he deposits his promptly at 12 if you ascertain that any of your voters have failed to come to the take the necessary Steps to get them we also urge upon you the importance of inducing every Democrat who comes to vote to remain and assist you in electioneering every doubtful or Independent voter As they come to the do not leave until the last ballot has been deposited in the the above duties do not require an expenditure of Only a few hours will you give it to comply fully wit ii the work Laid out by the state committee you should have at least six teams at your com Mand to Send for All democratic voters at should election Day be Stormy you will be required to double your of you do on election Day should be done in Harmony with your township or Ward committees but they each have their respective duties to and you Are assigned the All important feature for Suc and we depend on you for its Faith Ful and vigilant kindly acknowledge the receipt of this com that we May know that you have received and that the work will be faithfully and vigorously per sincerely yours for Cimias Green Bay lumber dealers in All kinds of Oak Cedar posts yellow Norway and White Pine floor Poplar and White Pine Sash English american be hard soft prices the give us an Opportunity to figure on your Bills estimates cheerfully Yards at Marne and at Stier Martins Corner 4th and Walnut new finest new Maple new sugar new homing new buckwheat Only the new sauerkraut new California evaporated new California evaporated new California seedless new California new evaporated new evaporated new evaporated our celebrated Brand of flour known As the May Flower constantly on Quality ii1 the chairman of the of Republican state Central had been found to be a defaulter every Republican in Iowa would demand his How is it with the democratic chair Man the More his guilt is established the closer his partisan friends stand by and defend when a Republican Cabinet minister was accused of wrong doing he had to when Garland was convicted of promoting a private scheme by his official he remained in the Cabinet and is there to have put Garland out was to have plead democrats do not plead they stand by each other arid let the howl go Nineteen states cast their electoral votes for and Nineteen states voted for of the Nineteen states voting for ten states yielded a surplus of Revenue Over sex of the Nineteen states Vot ing for Only two Jersey and an excess of Revenue Over the Revenue in the Nineteen Garfield states amounted to and in the Nineteen Hancock states it amounted to the expenditures in the Gar Field states amounted to and in the Hancock states they amounted to the net surplus of Revenue in the Garfield states was Ank the net deficiency in the Hancock states was the Garfield states contributed per cent of the total and toe Hancock states 24w per of the total expenditures per cent was in the Garfield states and per cent in the Hancock for every Dollar expended in the Garfield states of Revenue was for each Dollar expended in the Han cock states Only 68 cents of Revenue was the Garfield which contributed per cent of the total had a proportionate share of Only per cent in the elect Oral the Hancock states had a proportionate share of per cent in the electoral while contributing Only per cent of the postal it appears also that the political representation of the Republican states is not in a fair proportion to the intelligence and business needs of their people As manifested in the use of the record on the Railroad and al so other great moral questions of As arid although we have differed from High ont Many we have always respected his integrity and fearlessness of consequences in proclaiming his Sam Clark of the Gate City tells of an interview with a Railroad maa at the convention our Railroad Man said substantially Why Mahin is an extremist his views of the Railroad in a general View it looks that but we have known Mahin Twenty four and we know he is a Man of splendid integrity and and we will Trust that sort of a Man to act bravely and fairly under the responsibilities of official he will be fair on All there is Good endorsement for Mahin and we believe him entitled to every word of when John Mahin was in the House of representatives in he made a speech on the subject of rail Way taxation which his friends would do Well to Mahin maintained that Railroad property should be taxed As other thus show ing that at an Early Day he was As sound on the question of corporation control As he is the republicans Are to be congratulated on their nomination for Moines Hermon the democratic nominee for railway is trying to steal the office by Means of posters bearing his beware of the poultice which draws out a mans Virtues is the Sod that covers his if you dont want All your Virtues known too regulate your Regula Tor with Warners log Cabin Sarapa it makes pure which gives sound largest bottle in the manufactured by proprietors of Warners Safe this a Man John Mahin the fort Dodge messenger concerning Smith and the members of the present Railroad the Public is pretty Well John the editor of the Muscatine is not so Well known to the Public al though for Many years one of the prominent men in politics in the of the Dennison a Vocio thus Speaks of him the Iowa Republican state ticket and the platform adopted at Des Moines meet the cordial approval of the platform gives no Uncertain and stands by the pts ple in their contest with the railroads and the two Republican commissioners were renominated and the John is an Able and consistent John Mahin is no Ordinary Man he is capable of making great sacrifices on the alter of his convict he is a thoroughly Resolute and one who has been identified with the Peoples Side of the controversy for Many As editor of the daily Muscatine he has made an unimpeachable there is not another Man in the not has so consistent a something the nature of the forged Morey letter which nearly lost to Garfield the state of California in 1880 doubtless is to be sent out from the National democratic Headquarters on the eve of the approaching the county managers will very Likely follow in the adoption of these peculiarly democratic let every Rexi lican Independent voter be on his credit no evil however against any it comes so clone to the Day of election that thorough invert before voting is father of the says every Farmers wife who keeps a lot of Lowers could with the same labor Plant and cultivate a lot of peach Trees and so train them that they be Laid Down in Winter and covered with that they would each raise Bushel of which at present prices would bring a peach tree cum be trimmed so As to be Laid Down about As Well As a grape a great Many Are raising a few peaches in this not Only in but in states farther it is not often a Man takes offence cause another favors him for an think of Cleveland demanding lord Sac Vulles recall because Sackville sup ports him

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