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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - April 27, 1893, Corning, Iowa                                T o t WHOLE IS CORNLNG ADAMS COUttTY EOWA THURSDAY APRIL 27 1893 ZSZ Practice In Suite supreme and Uniccfl Stoics Qyurls Fim Saii Bnnlt GKAKGEtt Special attention given to co involving title to proporty c6lleu8 clo JJocli ispssm O MITCUEIt A Attorney aiUu n n ghau i ftefoand douruunli of post olfl Office Collect n u riURV Als ill v w u in ilgtera blorV A yE fe in Illocli let door mFtli or i IOWA T Cole rr if vi i v Graduslb f ri r i Dclir College ork eiifliawtt erf to b 11 in evury re st Office ovuj oaiuu Jy iJftfa n Store THE RH3F MTtSr C piiai and Si Does a General Banking Business in kail if 3 Branches aS moat reasbnable I Bates DIRECTORS F M Widncr IPrcst Newcomb Vico Pt A B Turn A Rawsou Chaa C JSoVtou The Darrow Imvestment Co Inill bake you a farm loan at lowest rates V iiaio CORNING IOWA F I LiliUB Oaihlur W llCLAKK I Asst OKS Br RIT Chapman O A j LaKae A E Okoy Gl Vice Prosidint COUNTY MEN INTERESTING BIOGRAPHIES ARTHURMBEYMER A M Beyniur hardware merchant Corning born in Seneca county Ohio in May 1814 a son of Arthur S and Ruth Skinner Beymer natives of Ohio The mother ivas of English ancestry aud the father was a farmer brought up in the Western Reserve came to Union county Iowa in 1870 and died iu1872 His mother is still Jiving at Afton Iowa at the age of ninety years They reared ten Mr Boyiner waseducated at the Sen eca academy and spent one year at the OhioWesleyan University at Delaware then returned to farming for a time next was a year iu commercial business at Clyde Ohio and then in 1800 he cauie to Corning Iowa where he en gaged in the lumber trade fifteen years selling lumber for nearly vail the fine houses in the vicinity and he was one of the prime movers of the Blue Grass League organized to produce blue grass in one of the finest regions in the world he being one of the early discov erers of the elements required in a blue grass soil Quitting tho lumber trade he engaged iii the hardware business in which he still He has ac quire some good pieces of land in the vicinity of town He was a member of fhe city board of the electric lights and water works were established was also a member of iUa school board thirteen years during which time the public school buildings and the academy were erected and he lias been a trustee of the Corning acad emy Ho was married in 1805 to Miss Amiue L Strickland of Clyde Ohio and tliey have had four children inclnd iug one daughter who died when young He is it member of Instruction Lodge No 275 F and A M of Eureka Chap ter K A M and of tho Presbyterian church as is also his wife Iu polities he is a republican ED urcROFT Ed Bycroft a successful farmer and favorably known citizen of section 815 Nbdaway toxvnsip bought land there of the railroad iu 1873 and two years af terward broke it aud since 1876 he busaesicfed thoio iesister Mrs Showman Mr and Mrs Kichey spent a few pleasant hours with Mr Thomas an family Sunday Mr Mahr was in our midst recently I looking after tho interest of his farm j and improtiing the same by planting some tipple trees Mr Chas Leigerot recently sold a cow to Mrs Sawyer of Nodaway Mr Andrew Showman has returned from Cass county where he has been visiting his son MrMcPherren has a cow of a very VOL XXI XO 17 The Best Season of the Year to Treat Chronic Catarrh pugilistic temperament Last wintei she killed a pig and last week it hooked a cow to such an extent that it ceased to IVAN THE TERRIBLE exist bneineea In all jransi u a luUjrjist paid on siiviiiiis dcpopilJ ft 1 OOo Hiore VVo mnku a specialty ol o aa Call 011 us In our me tllo Pair Manager Chief Clerk EOTEL EWINGK OPPOSITE DEPOT 3LOVEK StTPEBVISOES PROCEEDING F piling tramps 3 To M iry Ha keeping fenlenliall children 8 mo to Mareli 1 1893 54 CO A S Delaney eupporLpf Mrs Skoiton JanFeb Mnrch 8 72 D TTitrvey 11 days nureing J n Jordan 8305 hardware for pool fnrm 4 03 H E Jones gijods for Mrs Lantz Jan Feb Morcb 30 00 M L Tucker goods for Mcndonliall children 5 00 G VanAreflatcn coal for 3 Si C B Woodhullmeat IbrLyman 3 CO E E Ellswmrli goods for Lyman 1518 W H Cramer flonr nr i475 GH Currier grocerie fur Ly man fi 85 Blackburn nollien noons for Io nian 3 50 W E Messenger medical attendance for Iyman J OB1 W JS Messenger snme for Ilntburd 11 35 for poor farm 3 03 OS Cronae 2dars conmittccon poir fnrm4 00 A B TIT BIT aoodo for poor farm 35 27 Wm Crowlpy s line 3 35 E J Frederick days cure of Jordin nnd milit forsiraeG 70 C W Dntcher poods for JordMi 1030 James Rolerts coal for Jordnns 07 J J Zicgler harness dootlH for poor farm 5 H B H trustee Dmigins tp 1 day panpei services CO E 3 days committee work on DOIT farm 4 00 The followinE claims wore allowed on hriitge fand Urirtge limiliei13 Pi rcjiaiMns Quliicy township 2 00 nails nnil ejiikes 2 77 C S Grouse limiting hrldgo lomber und commiltee work 0 55 hauling lumber and liulf aolin bridge In Donglas twp 3 00 The falluivlntf claims were allowed on domts tic animnl fund C II Cponer eteer killed loss li 25 J n Brown hog hilled iy dqjjs 15 Ov Qle Lurqon hog killed by doss U 23 The following refunds were isranteili Kee Miller erroneous poll tux twicr 50 David Finilley errmeors ins ui aEBtsscrs on lot I tub Oiv 200S John Shiple no on horse 82 Arilntr Smith oroneon road las pnfl in money aod worked Miut 48cts BP HUBS the eame road poll IAX 2 50 D D Powell sametaxroa Notwithstanding that a great numbe of people have been cured of ohroni cattirrli1 by taking Pemna during th past cold season yet itcamiotbedoniei that the oold wet stormy winter retarded many cures and iu some case actually prevented a cure But aftei unusual delay spring time has come a last is the time for all catarrl begin a systematic course of tnpitrneut for this disease The greatest difficulty in the way of treating chronic catarrh is that the patient is sc liable tocatch cohlVluring the treat ment and thus delay a cure This liability at this season of the year is in a great measure removed and no one should neglect the opportunity to bo gin treatment Send for free catarrh book As a spriug medicine Pernna is a JVQIfailing remedy It cleanses the blood through digestion and gives tone to the whole system by increasing the nutritive value of the food Spring fever as iUs sometimes called wh ich noduces a Ctiredout sleepy feeling nabllity to do much mental or physi cal work is the result of a sluggish di gestion and no blood medicine will be of any use whatever unless it is able to rectify the imtAtired digestion The great popularity that PeWna has Js due totiie fact thai in all such eases it it once corrects digestive derangements indenriches the blood by purifying his very important source of that vita fluid Send for book on seeing medi cines and spring diseases Address JPeintma Manufacturing Company Columbus Ohio hysician fit Surgeon Andruws Clothing Store PRNJJSrG IOWA all calls day or ill city or country Residence street and Loomis ave JOHNSON Jf D Physician Sc Surgson io up aa1ri ftist cioor eonCt of AudrcvvV Rcelclonce east of Academy TALTlill NEWUOMU CO Dcnlersjn Jnrolwr Doors Sash Blinds ralnts Cement IStc Etc Estimates hdly furniahed Turdg corner BemouAve Sixth sirctt Iowa M OF mm IT S Post A I WELLS V T 0T COLE Onstlai Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 does a genera pays iileteat m time Wetutiatas Parm Lorina Sfo Delay LOSK T RALPH NEWCOMB to Band Lunlor Co t 38S3 a son of John and Bycroft natives also of Shuo IJis father was a laboring man all his life and reiied to jeats of maturity four sons and two daughters three of whom emigrated to the United Stales and three remained in England Ar Bycroft our subject sailed from Liverpool in 1SOIJ to Now York and oit to Henderson county Illinois be had a brother living and was employed tjiere years in ditching aud in hedging The bro tharl and farming out worked rented farms till 1875 wliAi pur subject came to Adams county Forlkis present farm he paid S1G for a portion and an acre for the rest His residence ho built hi 1890 It isia lino modern house 10x20 in grotiml area with 14foot posts and well arranged in Southern style and nicely on a natural building site a few from the road and ed with a beautiful grove of maple cottonwood Lomburdy poplar boxelder and elm Thoro is also an orchard of small fruit barn and other outbuildings and farm conveniences He owus WO acres of land constituting one of the best farms iu the neighbor hood At the of twentyfour yeara in Lincolnshire linglandhe married Jane Proctor a daughter of Richard and Elixa Proctor and they have four sons and two daughters namely Eliza John William Anna Eddy and George In his political sympathies Mr By croft is with the greeriiiack party HB and his wife arc members of the Metho dist Episcopal climcli ts nfeahoil W Lath Doors Lime Desired ly tho frudo Roofing oomans ads and Oils FAIBVIEW Arrived lasMyeelt loo Ule fur Plowing is itli thi no now a days foliool coninxinctsd Monday with Miss ClaiM Taylor ns toftchisr Thu blooming of lht riw liat been SOUK what deUitud ly the rains Noycrthclass womio rejoiced o see it fall even the and small grain seem to be tickled and smily iftr the gentle showers Prairie Goni Sunday school com mcncod the first of the month with largo atteiulnncc Mr Frank Thoivlaa and sons do ing a progressive business with their well auger and many a rich vein of the of the unadulterated aloof father Adam do limy strike and bring a broad and iinilo to tho 1f niaiiy a je matter in resard to money paid to Ralph P Banter Co In isru lor schiol lionac elto Jn Mercer and Coony twp motion the contract fur paoiipc prac fqr poor farm Corning and town of Qtiincy f r qno frota Apr m wn awarded io Dr W i Johnston for tho eum of 1S5 00 The fnlloylng band of jiresitU hoarda wnaiipprovcd K W Hillc M Potorson Washington twp On motion the hisrinvny petition for by Hi district township of LlBoola vaa ordered ea On motion fhe highway pethiontid by Klnj wca ordered catubllsbed H W Ilarpsr was selected as jnnilor for one year from April 1st at a salary of 3SO 00 per yr C P Latlirop flicd resignation of constable ql Qilincy twp accepted Arnij DAT C L Craft 3 13 days jnnitor in April 33 O A Pease KtaUonarj for Co ofllcers 4 75 Adams To Unioncourt looker rond Notices and other blanks 35 W B Granjrer certilloite i clerk C K Garreaton Gant twp 8700 M W Kiddoo afscpKlnj Uninn twp 50 00 R O Kuno assess ins Morcer 00 F B Grten as sepslnc ProecotLSO 60 P U Holben town 28 in B I Jifpor SO 00 U G Bo man asacisinpr Carl 78 CO S A Cornin 11GOO T D Lincoln Qnlnry log f0 j s Mc Kumpson town 10 00 T D Nelaon Wt 00 H G nendrlctsrm tiustec Lincoln Aniii meolini 400 KW Day auditrn hooka 2 on A I jnstlce caee of Lofa Mitlrr a 60 f amq Doe Eleon 3 so J H Pldridgo eherilT Loss Jlilier case ifi ya E J Frederick justice O C Matthews cftso H CO fame Dnvia Welch 2 00 Ceil ttu Fraik Leonard a 03 T J llall constalile pnme 3 SO do Mattliews ciise z 85 same J 70 II T Grtmgjr A A Ravvson innnltv com mlaelonrra in Jordan caec 300 each Dr A L camiiilnr pliysiclan same 1 W C riiiiM A A Hnvopi inaantiy cnmmie j H Elrllee fhcrlff on cftine 8 witnooseg on eumo 9 90 J T Bcklus 1 13 committee work 3 00 J E Anderson refund for ovxr asefdmcnt rn lot 335 Horning 20 00 The following fund loans were np proved W I Abloy JoUn Morrla Paulino Wilbur E C Girdncr nicial hnniU worn aiprovci G W It couldnt ha ve happened in Craning was in a stylish church and the w of an elderly doaoon one Sunday a munken man and sat down The preacher was diaoussing about tho present popular vices Soon he oxcajm eel Where is the itruukard Th drunken man was juit far enough g on to fie call peisonU Here I amtJnffepHed1 and stood up while the drunkards chariveter and fata were elo the ia 113 dtscouiseafldasked ia the irpocrif Nudging tho deaeon the trunkcr man s ud in audible whispers Stand np deacon and talce U liken nau ts I did it will do you good Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria A Family Gathering1 Have you a father Have you a mother Have you a son or daughter ister or brotherwho hag not yet taken iemps Balsam for Ha throat and lungs he guaranteed remedy for the cure of oughs colds Asthma croup and all hroat auditing troubles If so why i sample bottle is given to you freo by uv druggist and the large size costs nly OOc and Si is ia to Dr Samuel Pitcficra prescription for Infmta aad CUilclrca It contaii3 Oriuia MorpHiae nOr other Karcotic substance 16 la n harmless substitute for Paregoric Drops Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil It is Pleasant Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers Castoria destroys and allajs feverishncss Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves teething troubles cares constipation and flatulency Castona assimilates the Ibod regulates the stomach and bowels giving healthy aud natural sleep Cas toria tho Childrens Panaceathe Mothers Friend Castoria Castoria Js excellent medicine for chit dren Mothers liave repeatedly tola me ot its good effect upon their chil dren Da Q 0 Osooop ItQwell Mass Costorisiis the ijcst remedy for children of I am acquainted I hope tha day is not far distant when mothers willconsidor the real Interest of their children and use Castoria ia stead of the vpriousquack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones iy forcing opium morphine soothing Byrup and other hurtful agents down their throats thereby zendina them to premature graves DB J F Conway Art Castoria is so w ell adapted to children that I recommend it tu superior fcliny preacriBtta known to me H A AJICHKS H D 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn y f Our physfeiaiB In toe childrens depart ment have spoken highly of their expert coca In their outside practice with Castoria and although we only haro among our medical auppUes what is known u regular products yet we are free to confess that tha merits orCastoria has won us to look witti favor upon it UNITXO HoepifAi AXD DISPBHSAJIT Boston Aura O Surra Tho Content Company TT Kew York dty TBQDBLEYOG i Are you troubled to get glasses that you can seethro Ga to O A haveyonr eyes tested with his Dioptric Eye and then let him fit you with a pair of glassesT eaci eye with its proper lense and you will be surprised How well and easy yon can see and the piice at not much it any more than you will have to pav peddlers and not so much as you will have topay traveling op ticians and after a few days use if not satisfactory ne will gladly change them till you are satisfied Give him a trial Peases Jewelry Store cici1 r FS Dirk ird fr by A Avrj Oilcy isrrina frr lv U M eltfhtim in r v vi w is rvn conil l Mi iwn nnci liny cinls nro hy tlio ilrst dy of June f tlobjiird Tliliri tmi draw and urr1 Wi road rties w a Initl crnr ill thcIuncHFHMin W I1 jiimlce of two lonnri for IRW 1 I E irldgo r riri jvr snj Supiirvlsor Dny fycd report fr ISM On notion O T Colo mid Co Aurtllor were 1n Rtrnclicl to tbo list of chooi Btepa to WiUiani Kmlth will fnrm a portion oi the Titus farm this summer Miss Jessie McNeil Suadayea with L Held liy tho conntynnd take collectdellnqunit Inloroat on fnmo Oninntlnn ihn inC on 12 nrro of land in fccvSj u nrroiiuouily aicunsul tu A f rumltied 11 f UK Srnili Town t 1 to tilt CUMy I Tnia 1 If Kldrldso irvndl Into IIuasury 15 00 advanced In llio ut Loin Miller AUVUUBKIO w I Fine Shoots Ladies Dongola Kid Clotli top patent Square patent Extra Made by DREW SELBY CO Portsmouth Ohio No Better Goods on the Earth for the Money WE INVITE YOUR NSPECTION Noiv is the Time to Buy Last scnsni infrotluced the now celebrated brand AHGON AUT and it has oiv entire tssitishictioricolms arc fast T WM CHOWLET SON   

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