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Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - April 14, 1880, Corning, Iowa COBNiXO ADJJifc COISTY IOWA TKKMS Two A ADVANCE s lor wiiS of all VOL XIV NO 38 COINING IOWA WEDNESDAY AP1UL 14 1830 WHOLE NO 71L UiJ FiHiuv Man IjmslClAX and Saratov fnftff if crag Csti diy of a s J H B5ALEY Aticriy ft Law eM Setery PBBie VTJB atterioaw any barinMS iotrasted JtovrSi X him ia the courts of state or tie I nted Satte OCIce Ararat Coniuj lows j D p MFgEi JOHN BiXBY KKAL ESTATE AGENT Alroey at Lew ani Mm Fnle IOWA COUN1SG Is pet2cfI to execute Dssds Mortgages and Legal Instruments Thin exam ined Tass vsiil mide fete la iii counties Office east Davis Kswte Sign Attoraeyat tew asi Mary Pule Office Su D 8Siglers old Bask MITCHELL ATTORNEYS AT LAW Special attention givea tw CollectloaB O3ce or East sice of Davis Ararat CorcinS Iowa CO BROTHERS ATTORNEYS AT LAW WiU pracl ill coons Collectioas promptly Office over Frank a Di Iowa rs Bant brother York advanced waes April 1st fromffiuiSO i JcKelevoiSiou City vas sent j nave I with T i Viivniini i anivsi U vt ith tmiitJtS tTiltJc seat ap for tliree months for passing counter feit money at the law term of tie U S court at Council BluSs The dwelling of M B CoVyn near Oiler tras destroyed by fire a few days ago ol Lis sons in attempting to save the were badly burned YTnuiU1 siTO l T l huii IVr auaesrath has pwsrf the j so uraeh ihe hiiVit ofscemjrouy These i surd and in cMr P modmtiious I M SELBY PHYSICIAN Sargsou and Obstetrician Quincv Iowa Swiaal Attention given He wasbornat Xiconderogs V Y in 1 Allen an early settler of Dela ware county a nephew of Ethan Allen died to female disorders of ail kinds A C D KASSOX TTORXEV AT LAW Coming Iowa Of nee west side public square rotate E 0 DEALEB3 IS Pin6 Lumber Shingles Lath Doors Sash Blinds and Etttlement o estites a swdallT tion held for Colectiojs atttnded to promptly and remit mirably lances made without delay Telephone communication was held between Cedar Rapids Dubuqus a dis tance of SO miles April 4th and a conyersa two hours The liae worked ad arrived at Montreal enroute to Manitoba the I iirst of the season Adestrnetive fire occnrred at Norway cf Michigan IntL or the Eight of JIarch SOth The loss The west bound freight train on the IUDO5 TheV 5 railroad He was a native of Onelda j ana Smiih struck Roderick twice ovmhe fcead ioroiius him hat the Queen coaJtrsiii him articles grow county XY and a cousin of Senator Terry wtjj 3 tjauo iraeturim h5 skull Smith jh 5tTtreinty of the Province o tVdaliar i pan to tii then startej fcu Jor tiif tool house with the Oj TVIJ Xne limits of the absurd lory which lit of escivios from the yard tut was met I ire to be 5lta hereafter Shere AH around in the ncwspaturs and ixiravairant Hiian GEO T WARD T IVE STOCK COMMISSIONMERCHA5T JL Room 85 Eletooge BmldiEg Lmon gtodc Yards Chicago Illinois Refers to gelding Bros A TTOKS countT Iowa HORATIO F DALE s I AW Voiarv Fnblic and Mt Etna AtonB TC A SPCRSIEH TVe have on hand an assortment of the befit the market arlords Parties wishing to build will please rail on us before purchasing elsewhere E D KA51 cfc CO Burlington RALPH SEWtOMB Coming Ih O ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Siglfrs Bank corner Sth ftree and Pavs Avenue CoralngIOTCa WHITNEYS Insurance Agency IOWA HOUSE AJSFJGAI AD SflSS Fhe riatid Ware Gold Fvnt Ajent for LUKKFUS and Morris5 Perfected TAGLES Qocls fficli Jewelrj Sterli aid Coin Silver Ms lUlminiis or ell promptly attanded to Corning Iowa of Xcw Tort ercantile Springfle A man Andrew TToodward of Altooua was killed by beine strack by a mov ingengine on branch of R I K P railroad nearBesMolnes April 5th Hon Eodenik Rose of Davenport has been in attendance at the Supreme Lodge of United Workmen In Boston has been elected to its hhchest office and becane head of the Order In this country Dow Davidson of Harrison county Mo was arrested at Centerville a few days ago for horse stealing He stole a horse near Princeton traded it off and came to Iowa He confessed the deed A man named Meagher took poison at Solon 15 miles south of Cedar Rapids a few nights ago and died in a few hours He re Biaed at Independence was 60 years old and leaves a wife and eight children George Knapp deputy clerk of Ben ton connty was struck by lightning while out hunting on March 31st struck him on the bead tore open his coat collar passed down the left side ripping open clothing and boot A little etiild named Minnie Tooth aker in Jerterson county on New Years day drank a quantity of lye which had been lef reachAlter living until a fe days ago during which time she was rwiuce Reports from the southern portion of the State generally show that the fall wheat Trfll come forward better than was expected Central Iowa fall wheat is badly killed From all sections of the State a much larger area of spring wheat is reported sown than last year The Iowa Presbytery which meets in Fatrfield Tuesday April SOti includes the churches and clergy of almost seven counties in southeastern Iowa The opening sermon will be delivered on the evening of the 20th by Rsv D S Tappan of Mt Pleasant the re tiring moderator and the session will proba Apri A fire in Minneapolis April 6th de wed Braciett5 Mock with contents Loss f66ft30 insurance S32000 Both branches of the Kentucky Gen jral Assembly haa passed a bill insuring nri vacy at tile execution of crimlnals The wheat crop on the highlands of 0rth Missouri looks Terv badly and many fields will be plowed up and put in corn A regular line of steamers has com between Baltimore and Lon don one to leave Baltimore every third week By the falling of a balcony during the procession on Good Friday in Cadiz Spain fourteen persons were seriously injured some A soecial from Santa Fe New Mexij one ear cat off The 01 1 co of April 2d says A small raiding party j iis head bruised ae and Silled a soldier of d if Apaches captured and Silled The other ear was slit and e stated that three niisk in bed sometime r midnight and committed the outrage TLK The Emperor William of Germany The evident desire ol the buitan ana i noK tr tjie sovereign in hu the Porte to shield the assassin of the Kassiin rnpei iertainly deserves thf iiIibraHun eicites great inaiputia i 5 birthday IKIS just reieivil A dispatch from Fort Ouster of April the Soulh They in compliance with the i out a parallel His famous predecessor Msays Lieut Coad and OompanyCSd couljire no duebut each cadet has been j physicians who eii Fredrick the Great was on horjebatt airy found the Indians vho stole tie ponies i questioned j 3minioi the assassin declare him sane from the Crow scouts on the 24th of March mortally The eleventh annual meetin the f i from Abroad RUSSIA lor hours dailv when over 0 and would probably have lived at ast ten T 1 Batoum which according to Kussian Tears longer but for his imprudent ex declaration at Berlin was to be a free port is pOSure tff ilrenching rain at a Silcsiaa camp from two different points and i drvc them into a deep colly where they are j Instead of the eoa Societv of the Arinv of tbe Potomac ta to be hoWin them nntu they surrender They before the anniversary ol the C ieldat Their ponies 46 in to the of oacessions expected i beias converted into a Russian stronghold review The Russian Marshall Kamen 5 accession Orts hive been repaired and a lanre ar j sfcoi was past Sr whan he iaedXapo ar of the town conI of m on the Polish f rentier in 18 are captured Sergeant Johnfon of Jews there is increased seventy j icii W made in every part sown in 1SJ9 t g feterbnrg dij savsThe likelihood of a commercial treaty dererentitied to the property SL Joseph Tire Marine fcrenncc blf close on Thursday i A few days ago near Minden in Pot Also in Cnalr tawattamie connty a six year old daughter of Reese met with a shocking accident She Sd of ihe Sffh paid for good notes and mortsagM at WHa f FRMK it ankers had been assisting her parents burn cornstalks when her dress caught fire and before any assistance could be rendered she was almost burned to a crisp and died In Terrible agony after several hours of suffering In Burr Oak township Wmneshiek county three boys set a trap for wolves and on tliair first visit found three trapped and six surrounding them Their only means ol de above mille have recently been fen5e hatchet and the wolves set upon outhly overhauled and refittea and ore now at once tfcey had to retreat and hat The turning out the of and do all kinds o IOWA DUAiEBS IS MCXIsPAL WXDS t SKJUX JYD crsrrtES SOLD SD SCJOOL DU3IESTIP rvasvr ss n at KITE DSPOSITS JfJiTB COLtSC T10XS AXll TSAXSACT A ZXcm BAXEtXG BUSINESS GR1NDINGC nd a person armed with a shotgun happened to reach the spot just in time the animal must have injured them as the boys wereneir Iv exhausted when rescued from their danger ous position TW Eichelberger city editor of the The mills will be In coustant operation have on hand at all times FLOUR MEAL BRAN FOE SAIB OK EXCHANGE PAID FOK WHEAT ate Register died suadenly it Des on Sunday April 4th the immediat Ms deati being heart disease Mr Eichelbcrger had been nnwdl for severa weefcs but his death at the time was unex pected He was about 35 years of age an i leaves a wife but no children His relation reside at Bloomneld Mr E was a brillian if his sttllen death fn cause sorrow throughout Thomas Butler a nun of fifty o F PABSOSS ABTHOMAS THOMAS iterior department has been appointed Com missioner of Patents and J G McCammon ill succeed ilarble Henry Lowell a well known contract r committed suicide by shooting himself at jaiveiton Texas April 2d Cause poor ealth and inability to pay debts Aparty of twelve persons and a wagon were thrown over an enbankmcnt near Terre Saute Ind April 1st drowning two ladies IIss Ottermas and Miss Haiica Three British soldiers were drowned n the evening of April 4th while crossing the y from Georges Island to Halifax by the ramping of the boat they were in Afire inPhiladelphiaAprillst caused a loss amounting to 593000 On the same lav Houlton Maine was visited by a ire ten business bouses being burned Imports of foreign drygoods at Sew York are averaging nearly SS000OCO per a year ago and these coods are marketed almost as soor as receiv ed Three colored children aged one two and three vears were burned to death twelve mile north of Memphis Tenn April 4th Their parents were at church at the over treaties i the reports bv Chinese arc confirmed The number v j I I who crossed the Amoer is stated TfacDostmasterFadilerman at to be nearer 2000 than 20000 A i At coal Island countj a money In i political qu absconnded with f4000 of j ai3palchfrom Asterabad Persia says the Rus have taken 5000 camels from Persian rrel at Cincinnati Turkmans Prince Alexander of Bulgaria 1R Oibo inn 6rh Joseph M Harrod shot and i in opening the uinoi i warm terms It party of Orangemen entered the town am were attacked by a crowd ot police interfered and were has never been tested under English lave The circumstances which have now brought it to trial are remarkable enough In July a man named De Tourrille murdered his in the j Austrian Tyro in such a manner that killed James Filimimons nine theBulsarian Assembly referred in WOUEliit two of tin attacking party I warm terms to his recent journey to Russia BESMAKK and his friendly reception by the The criminal court at Copenhagen IE Mississippi April 2nd Andrew recejvej favorable answers has sentenced Pwou Gedalia chief ot the i In 1 3Ialoc JaKic Brown and Samuel Crthoiiqs xhe ho dTcrt the 1om obliged to fire He was however tried and found truilty by the Austrian conn and sentenced to death thuujrh cventtiallj thesentenee was commuted on appeal to years imprisonment The to Mniede Tourville now f Gedalia Co diplomatic tend that iur husband could derive i fOtn the Pomire to the circular proposing ents of the Bev of Tunis late ConsulGener criiJC of raps The murder of Thomas Baker s retir crable satisfaction in political circles Petersburg The indefinite postponement o ed ao hardworkin longfaeed ambitious go i heid race and tackle a holidav as o 01 LUCUA v r ir has been Gen Shoveloff deparaire toother the I M TCas a hard llays work we had got iholstcrer in New to Turkistan t r with ifit as omck as we i the nndinr of two Austrian courts of is own motlier Xarrow near San Fransis ccApril 4th yil sHammaland killed his and her paramour Frank All ogether Cats and Doss at Canton FonJL MviitJS i by Mr Gray could and we faee enjovmcnt with eon c Tu v mol prized to KttUja are j siderable the same countenance we do 0H thn my the teline TVoDoniiellT by the confession j no actnal to Turkistan i o through mtfl jest as quick as hiunnu be nnSerraken year 35 well as tb Hie city hospital at Kansas City Mo ivii burned on the night of March 26th and its IS en inmates escaped only bv terrible exertions as I 2r a1 they were suffering from wouods iud disj pc Court of Pardons of JSew Jersey eases f to commute to life imprisonment 5 bnrned I sentence Of death against Fredrick Krill 5trong idea prevails in well informed quarters now thu 1 at midnight will look biggern i V vesV 1 had a verv dark A London correspondent that a j T declare fort 1re had bonnets twarruuel black cat I Negotiating Loans Upon improved f Si IOTVA AND M S CENT INTEREST P3 Proprietors of ibc think and he had a most sav I crowded at the oftho Haclii The inceudiarv burning of the county The Hamilton Freeman records the i killing of a man named Wentworth by his j court house and jail in Brown county Teras nephew at Xenia Harrlin connty a few days is reported Several prisoners in the jail and aso The two Wentworth brQthers lived in j the records in the courthouse perished Loss do both merchant the same house the one that killed had become a hopeless inebriate ana in one of his into his brothers ml i prepared to do bo cnstom Satisfictlon guaranteed j rooms and attacked his nephew a boy about for Wlxeat 1 1 estimated at Newcornb Buchanan Co distillers t Louisville Ky who suspended two years aid killed at PeytonaW Va by a man torn laf ODtiMi a Oivorce has married the lady j e Atkins who cliiras teat he did it in selft o whonl c amitted during the trial he bad i filmse i communicated his intentions U in the it there Josiah would tw laid j ull jle procession meandrin oft j j Johnsville bunin ground and I Mi Smart D S SIGLER BANKER I flour and Feed for sale in quantities o suit j Full warrantee given AND BUSINESS DOMESTIC inR Marys cblU by patting it bodily into the Star mmlttfnt jUrch arth On gtove iiMraediately after Its birth hot fire nisiin a mormne xrifw was a wti therein at tHe t me 1 lh men overboani and oj a vjviniiy havni sihtu mon jiaVt prwiitaUy pronoauc 1 mrired to a crisp afwrwhich Mrs rieaflerwn I lhtim T drOwrulL thc thinl breakinff is clue to the nunlertr Boa nasnci1 j took the remains and threw them privy vault where they were found After prelimi IT drownuil thc thinl breaking i s ri clue to he nnrilerfr I his lei an1 arm His recovery is itanMfn Brenux colored A severo cvirlone passed over Lawi for tho murder or Icsn Oa A M BEYMER EXCHANGE nary trial she was placed under the i rencevilu county amount of 55000 but remains hi jail at In1 night of March Vmoiishin dianola I rootinp trccj am iloitig other J A disastrous fire started in Sioux City roof o the county court j at on the morning of March STth In a The boiler in the saw mill of John H I warehouse sdjoining Tackabcrry Van Keur Tsr from RusnviHe 111 explx1 j Floyds wholesilc grocery on ej T In a few minutes the flames entered Vs on the i of rjaiLtati j houses up ty of privecilinirs Tle j as boiu olT ii if ir NovciriScr lat A L the casr of Robert have ioci hanLTed thc i 17 the Governor of on the V las Vegas New Mexico t John Alitii entcrol th jail Pavs aw 01 Time Deposits Money for Five Tears an Farms mifMul Shelf Hardware fiSQN WOODS 1 Barrow i bumol bullillns cost and was oweed i Co Troy X Y bamf5 Apnl 3d lOss j bjA GroninKcr who had only insnrj fSOW buiHinss indudine tnc ance Several frame buiHiWs wero also Jcadray of Music ami Titnsrtlle Uousc burned am thc toaHcM isastfmsteUt bunioi M BraiUcnl Pa April 1st Loss 000 Tle fire is to have been A man nimcij Tams Williams diftrT 1 burned to death At 1 i his divcri wife fire1 liiro i i shw at bini tlfo frcm inin ani The Iall Mall Gazclc aiimits ihat tin Oovirenicn is The lesilins eilitorial Airii is iSccljrs that the to stealir som results of the volinc only seem to increase thf ovrnrafnts losfcs The consertative niiljoriT has wtli rih am custv1 no is the niir jjtn will NaWt to hold jorirv that will enaWr thcr to take with prospfct of crrryiri on IS luirfi w nos of the country salif factoiily Thc j of April 1st says a trird of thc onj tiro of the mtmNrf of thc j arTt rrfBlt is that the a jhi alul iniiii ut his tit ur and his nr Tl ete stove wliy 07 fear anil j nain wo i anxieties that haunted tne voili in ihc krnwn i ot the ixnui Jwas nire i i their been like an Arui inan anl iem go j Thr What is the iwlween a J eler ami a jailor The one wac int thother yatcius criis Communieatiiin ly Ultfpiine j rolireni Pioli iSIJOO y hs been r working majority in y a l h
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