Read an issue on 26 Sep 1888 in Atlantic, Iowa and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Atlantic Telegraph.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 26 Sep 1888 Atlantic Telegraph in Atlantic, Iowa. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 26, 1888, Atlantic, Iowa
The Atlantic volume number Campaign opened father Clarkson the result of his Atlantic visit Given in the state father Clarkson is widely not Only in but the As an authority in Home happiness and Correct he visited our Fel Low Silas and gave having spent the last three weeks in new York i am better prepared to give my customers advantages in buying their than is possible for any Western buyer to one of our specials is our Stock is simply our pushes comprise the Best and Are manufactured by the celebrated Springer we Are prepared to take measures and make any style garment in respect to our childrens and misses we have Only to look at the stocks in and if we cannot save you Money you will not be import Ned to we can save you Good Money in dress having bought these goods of an we save jobbers which we give to our and confidently Sorfy that our line of Wool dress goods will Bear favourable comparison in Quality with any in the and would Call your particular attention to our and ladies and gentlemen we have always been Headquarters our Stock in natural Saxony for has never been so prices lower than full line of worsted is now a specially with hosiery special bargains fall and Winter Hose for ladies and has been largely and we can please Only come and see i know we can Trade the weekly Lafayette editor and the Anita Republican makes Nurer Ous Good political Points in this Cam Peter the founder of the Greenback was a Strong protect the Villisca review commends the nomination of judge Reed in the High est the democratic papers concede the fact that judge heeds nomination for Congress is very it was left for Bell to say that the american Workin Graan is the poorest paid worker in the with Reed As the the Republican party of the ninth District is says the Stuart Locombo the Shenandoah edited and published by has closed its first and Marvin announces that his intention to publish a paper and pay his Bills promptly in Cash and to keep out of has been determinedly his paper is exceptionally Well lie is a Man of Good temper and Good endeavours to make his columns decent and fair to Success will Crown All such i5en Butler comes Back to the Republican party bearing a certificate of Good Given to him by the demo cratic and Greenback Congress has passed a Bill creating the department of agriculture and Mak ing the Secretary of it a member of the the Bill Only remains to be signed by the democrats in Congress threaten to and but it is to be hoped they will hold on Long enough for Cleveland to get in More it would greatly simplify the Republican it dont make the least difference what it is about he will be sure to get both feet in George William Curtis regrets that Cleveland assisted the democratic Campaign fund but had Harrison Given ten George William and the balance of the milk and water reformists would have shed buckets full of Crocodile tears As Large As rapids the Carroll Herald thinks that unless judge heed has his Eye on James Wiliwis seat he is making a poor Swap in giving up his present Keiit to accept a seat in those who know the judge know that he never makes any poor and the Herald has evidently divined the future the opening the Republican state Central com Mittee has appointed the opening rally for the ninth District to be held in at on september the speakers will be state senators of and of and the Steadman and judge Reed will also be present to Greet his old though he May not be Able to spare the time to remain and the opera House has been engaged for both Day and so that in Case the weather is cold or Damp the meet Ings can be held if there Are too Many people for one meeting other rooms will be engaged and two or More meetings will be conducted at the same it is the desire of All republicans that the opening rally be made the chairman of the Lewis Republican club telephones to the talk graph that their club will come in a the Council Bluffs Republican the Tippecanoe club of the same City have taken an interest in the meeting and possibly will the clubs in this City have telegraphed for uniforms and torches and will be out in full Force the Young mens Republican club will also be out in full the Campaign in Iowa will be let it be emphatic and a Southeastern Iowa the republicans of Van Buren county had a tremendous demonstration on september Day and at the people there said it was the largest meeting held in that county since the dark year of the first District congressional convention was held at one Oclock of that and the afternoon demonstration began with an enormous Parade at at speaking be Gan in the court House by John Stone spoke for an hour and a when his voice gave out and he was compelled to he made a logical argument for he was followed by con j Gressman who had just been re gear was Given an he was in Fine humor and the people were eager to hear Arthur a Sterling Young Republican of Louisa closed the meet ing with a Pithy during the say Many complimentary but As lie is we copy his words Atlantic is a phenomenal City of about on the eight two Miles West of Des it is the county seat of Cass one of the Best counties of farm land in the All of it watered by the Nishn Botana River and its the soil is of that Peculiar kind which characterizes the Western slope of the Admira Bly suited for Grain and Atlantic and the county Are Well sup plied with North and the Rock Island Road was built Nineteen years since which time every House in that and All have been it is blessed with a Choice class of evincing by the style of both business and a comfortable without any Gaudy extra it has never been cursed by any wild booms by reckless lot Specula it has had a progressive growth of business and one of the most commendable feat ures is the Harmony with which All its citizens work together for the improve ment of the City and enforcing All Good they have an ornamental but it is entirely the prohibitory Law having made such a building Al most useless in a City of six thousand and one of the most densely populated counties in the they have a Fine court House costing about i and the proprietors of the town 1 when laying it out were not too stingy to give ample which have been Well improved by j the City has not outgrown the i and the Way it is providing for other industries i the City is not Likely to starve itself by depending wholly on the coun try for one Good reason Why Harmony pre vails among the citizens relative to All is the Good sense of the managers of the though they do it what one proposes another newspaper does not rabidly oppose merely because it was proposed or favored by even two Republican papers Are published there in which can be said of few Atlantic has a Large Canning at the appropriate employs a Large Force of their starch factory occupies the building formerly used for a which is a change creditable to the City and prof Itable to it is doing so Large a bus iness that it had to put up another Large four Story Brick building larger than the they have there also a Large pork packing ought to be imitated by More towns in the that so Many of our hogs would not go to where we have been skinned and swindled for 40 forty years of suffering and ser Green Bay lumber dealers in 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 proper a glee club rendered Campaign in a Vitus bought to be Long enough for any manner to bring Long and loud appe9ple Atlantic has also a valuable clause at night Industry Industry in the shape of a soap at night there was a great Factor hich is Doin an exp which is doing an extensive torchlight Parade and display of fir business in making a Large variety of Choice that City has at least four Good re publican stump and probably More who in years past have done Val giant and who Are lumbering up together the torches and rockets made for a spirited Campaign this they a special train brought a marching club from special trains the Day had brought clubs from other Al the old Des Moines Valley a Blaze of Are the class of men in whom the peo i i pie have As they never de Light and at eight Oclock they Are Silas splendid the Parade ended and a splendid late cur ence gathered in the Park and an tis and John h Wilson address of nearly two hours length was Cam f or five 4u u i i nominated Tor Congress last and made by the writer of who had if he had the District would have been specially invited by the Republic done itself credit As Wilson is Able cans of Van Buren to take the popular and Young is a to be a great audience never stump orators in the his style accorded anyone closer of oratory is Well calculated to please gear closed the meeting with another and Edify the and he neither half hours making his third for he is just As free to Hil b work Othera he is for the second the Des Moines news contained the following Rich editorial truths concern ing the democratic Deal with the rail ways and some inside facts of the Dis Graceful bulldozing employed in the con Gressional convention at it is becoming evident that the masses of democratic party will find it necessary to follow the example of the masses of the Republican party by overthrowing a Regency of Railroad their first step was to secure control of the and their second move was to make a bargain with certain unprincipled democratic politicians by which it was agreed the Lund and wills should be nominated for in Exchange for which a portion or All of the democratic ticket should receive the votes which the railroads claim to control in this evidence is hat the bargain did not Stop with the Railroad commission or even the state Falces and that the combination con templates the Complete Sale of the dem cratic party in Iowa to the he manner in which railway attorney Duncombe manipulated and bulldozed he tenth District democratic Conven Ion clearly indicates a purposes on his Art of establishing a dynasty for con rolling democratic congressional Nomi the duplicity and downright practice in that convention hould serve As warning to the demo cratic masses in Iowa so that they May not again be caught napping by artful agents of corporate the real Choice of the democrats of he District for the was representative of Webster whose record in the last general Assembly was one of the Best made by any member on either Side of the strongly committed both by his record and by his convictions to the theory of corporation Woods fell under the displeasure of Boss who decreed that the smooth tongued Captain Yeoman should be the demo Ira tic candidate for his to no was in part that of Vexa because he had been unable to control the vote of Woods in the notwithstanding the effects of the shrewd and domineering Woods candidacy became very one of his great elements of strength being the fact that the Union labor candidates would be with the event of his Woods is not an it is said did not make any Effort to secure the nomination in this Case but the people were for him and despite the determined resistance of the Railroad a Large number of the delegates were Woods an agreement had been made where by the whole matter of presenting it candidate should be left the Webster now resolve that this new Iowa Regency shall not survive the year the combination is a new it has not As yet infected the masses of the it can be overthrown far More easily next year than it can after its corrupt ing influence shall have penetrated the very fiber of the party in the let the democrats of especially the Farmers and business resolve now that the bargain made this year by the boaters and Duncombe whereby and wills were nominated shall be repudiated at the polls and that next year the boaters and Duncombe shall be relegated into private the Day in the same but they All wanted to hear him again and the opening of the Campaign in the old first District was a most enthusiastic in the parades countless ban ners were Bourne with appropriate Campaign hits inscribed upon the log Cabin and the live Coon were there As the writer was fairly Over whelmed with the greeting accorded him on his first visit to Eastern and owes his acknowledgements to judge Ben editor Rowley and Many new friends for courtesies Keosauqua is one of the oldest towns in it is Situ ated in a great Bend of the Des Moines on very rolling its every appearance denotes its buildings Are old and its Trees Are its ladies Are its men Gallant its society and its Homes Are known statewide for their Keosauqua has Given to Iowa and the nation More honoured men than any other town in fair Young Loo Cabin remedies Sarsa Paril and con sumption r e ref e d y hops and for like Warners Tippe Are the effective Rem Dies of the old log Cabin lets be my editor the above has been heated on the within Bounds and be fifty to seventy times in a single the gentle Man stated that the United states has no no no Ocean carrying and no or that is an acknowledged so so wherefore the speaker said the Tariff Laws had destroyed the american is that True is that statement Well attested by history the United states had a Large carrying Trade up to the the Alabama and piratical vessels were so destructive to american ships and ship Ping interests that vessels dare not sail upon the High seas under the the consequence was that this american ships and shipping interests were transferred to other it was on the ground of injury to Ameri can ships and shipping that the Genava arbitrators adjudged that England should pay the United states 000 for Alabama since then american capitalists have found More and have been satisfied with other while american labourers have found wages sufficient to keep them on Terra rather than upon the Billowy if capital paid better dividends in ships and their carrying and if labor obtained better wages on sea than on be assured that brother Jonathan would not be slow to see and improve his of at least he has never been charged with any great degree of modesty in this capital and Lobor Are sensitive and they go where the Best dividends and Best wages Are if englishmen wish to spend their lives upon the Silvery Waves and at last meet a watery As Byron says be Laid away that is their the americans cultivate the live on Terra Firma in the bosom of their and receive in last sickness the tender care and affection of Mother Anc and Are Maicl to rest in the quiet where monuments Mark their resting and with Faith they await to the breaking Day across the Mournful marbles he is always ready in any emergency he is never caught out is always loaded for Curtis a accumulated a very comfortable forum in mining and now has the time and the inclination to work of his party and his and i Wood has that trait of character which would Lead him into the Field of Politica conflict wherever his services wer if he had to go by fortunately he is one of that class o land agents whose dealings All endorse and who is laying up honest profits three of the Ablest lawyers in that City unfortunately Are but they Are not factious nor particularly rebellious in the enforcement of the prohibitory liquor that also adds to the Harmony and Prosperity of the and they Are All hoping that no greedy land agents will Ever inaugurate a senseless room in town such As have visited and greatly injured other there Are other important industries at which we propose to refer to at length in another but Atlantic is one of the solid and enter prising cities of which Iowa has came to be and its future is evidently the Railroad receipts at at lactic for freight and passenger traffic is Between and per Bryant Swan had a democratic meeting in Washington township on saturday night and reports his audience not Boorman had a Republican meeting in Bear Grove the same night and makes the same county when the delegation wis it was found to the astonishment of the Duncombe element that seven of the twelve Dele Gates were for had the Rule of Honor this would have been settled the matter in favor of and Yeomans name would not been presented but Honor is not a control Ling motive with the Railroad who thinks Success must be a Cleved in a convention just As in a Railroad Law at whatever the Woods men were wit tout Lead ers and the Dun Corabo crowd knew the latter pursued a very Clever pro it was arranged that one rail Road attorney after another should Rise and declare for Yeoman until the impression would be created that it was All going that this was done and before the Woods men were aware of the a Railroad Man remarking that the sentiment seemed to moved that the nomination of Yeoman be made by a the motion was called be fore the Woods men had time to rally their we give these details in order to show the democrats of Iowa that they now have As clearly defined i duty of rebellion against Railroad influence As the republicans had three or four years it is perhaps too late to accomplish much this but Thoy should pinkeye marriage at on wednesday september at the residence of on seventh Oad Aoi performed the Beautiful episcopal marriage the parties who contracted this Happy Union were of and miss daughter of and George the wedding Anarch from gave notice of the approach of the bridal who descended the spacious stairway and entered the drawing room to the delicious Adums met the party at the Center of the room and in a few moments miss Maine Parker had become at the conclusion of the ceremony the entire assemblage showered congratulations upon the Happy the Gnesin sat Down to an elaborate wedding and did ample Justice to the daintily prepared the presents were very tin above the average of wedding and included articles which will be useful in every Day and Albert departed for their Buckeye Home on the followed by i1 Brood wishes of All regulate the by the use of Warners log Cabin by All
Search the Atlantic Telegraph Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.