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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - January 3, 1895, Corning, Iowa ty Wifes weak ted sh aoeee headache and 1 he testimony of d woman is suffering t ertibed blood Her is 11 rmz on her nerT one Het the tea pure I gives tone not what v does CORNING ADAMS COUNTYIOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 3 1895 I been in bdin is do iter and s improve SON United BUU nk Another Murder Case For Judge r Towner CBESTON Dec LaH evening DeputySheriff Legjhart ar rested IX S Bell on a charge cSrnurcier IOWA and that gentleman now occiljnes a cell TCHiLL ttorney ttention jrtTen to COKSIHO J KIKDHED t TbRNEYAtLAW ICOBNINQ IOWA I1 attention grlven to Mtoe Mahna Block BIXBY ATTORNEY ATLAW an office down toim and toe to do general law business I know make a succejs of collections probate all otherlaw matters Intrusted to me Let Be have sinre and fees will UeTeaaonable ur feed grinders and feed cut OMPSON SEN v Manufacture Saddles Collars Bridles Combs Brushes etc Repair y and ehaaply All work war Cbining Iowa BE KKWCOHB CO Boort 8Mb Cement Itc Kte roroUbed corner Are ConinK Iowa c BiBNQAKT DD a 1 DENTIST Dttot over Sbinn Broe drug store guaranteed All work S JOUtfSONM D s PHYSICIAN SURGEON in the county jail The crime with Which Bell is charged was cohmUted January 18 1891 and its victim was Lewis McGinlejv At that time Bell and McGiniey wereboth of the railroad company The murder was the result of aquarrel arising from a very trivial matter The men em ployed iu the roustabout gang had been accustomed to throwing switches for McGinley and the other switchiuon when it was convenient to do so On the day of the murder McGinley asked Bell to throw a switch for hiin Bell refused saying it was contrary to orders MeGinley became angry and replied to Bell in language more for cible than elegant Words passed on beth sides the men came to blows Bel says he first struck Mc Ginley in the eye with his fist and knocked him down McGinley gather ed himself immediately and drew volver To avoid being shoi says he struck McGinley on the head with his shovel McGinley fell and this time quite limp Bell says he assisted him to his feet and bandaged his head with a hankerchief The wound ap peared to be quite a bad one but the man continued at work all that day Later bScame terri bly painful amtbe was obliged to take to hU bed Bell became frightened and fearing serious resultsleft town Mc Ginleys condition alarming andthe second day after the trouble he died The coroner held an inquest and the jury found that McGinley had come to his death by a blow from a shovel iu the hands of D S Bell Bell sayg when he left Creston he went to Wisconsin and remained there a short time with relatives theie he went to Knuckells county Nebraska wherelie secured for a time on a cattle Later he went to Des idoiiies and secured a position with the Wabash similiav to the one he held in the Burlington yards here About amonth or six weeks ago he re turned to Creston Bell will make no F H SCRAirroM f Office over 1st National Bank Corning1 Iowa methods for extracting without pain Crown and bridge a specialty Reasonable firstclass work JToichargo for Mcamination AROUND THE SLOPE i Over 12000 teachers are in attcnd ance at the State Association at DCS Moinos The printers of Council Bluffs held their 10th annual masquerade bal last Wednesday night has been paid to the state miiitU for their services at Council Bluffs and other places last summer Des Muines is to have a large tin plate fiiulory and a glass factory from the east next year The price of steam coal kt Dos Moines is only 50 cents a ton JE DaUon a young man living nearMuscatine was killed while re turning from a dance early Wednes day morning by tho Kock Island pas senger train No 4 Edwin Bird and Wra McDaniels two prisoners confined in the Avoca jail whittled a key to the door Of their cell out of a piece of oak Friday and escaped Deputy Sheriff Stuhr gpt track of them and captured them both before Lhe next morning The key is a fine piece of workmanship Harry Appleman Emersons foot racer is said to be in New York City where he has a race for one thousand dollars The Council Bluffa school board will not pay the city teachers for Thanks giving Day claiming that the contracts with the teachers make no allowance for holidays A wild catwas killed in Clarke coun ty a few days ago and a deor was seen within a mile of one of its towns a day or two before After using about a quartof gasoline to clean his pants a Sioux City man scratched a match on the seat of tlfem Hes gone to mcetthe maid on heavens green who lit with kerosene A series of amusements for the holi dajs at the Clarinda asylum included a Christmas tree Tuesday night a con cert by the band and orchestra Thurs day night a poverty ball Saturday night and a fancy ball New Years night M L Evans of Emerson topped the 04 Chioago market w ith a car load of re jail until the January 21 sitting of the court on Do You Catch the A chewing tobacco made to please universal taste must be prepared from the highest grade leaf with a skill that can only be acquired by the longest ex perience It must possess a delicious anda lasting substance and must neitl too light nor too heavy too sweet nor too fiat every element dear to the tobacco chev fully concentrated and blended as to make the niost delicious chewing tobacco ever put en the market Try it and youre sure to catch the idea Its Lo VOL XXIIL NO Sange GLOVKB Pfcfsriclan Surgeon over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA r W iH attend promptly all calls day or bight in city or countryr Residence corner Iftrt and Lomiaave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITK DKPOT IOWA B Kwrag IOWA HOUSE iledaviay Iowa 4hKB OHLT FIRSTCTLASS HOTSX IK THE CITY Rates per day IiTwy and Bead stable in connec tioau z our is solicited ED LEACH Propr From an Old Iowa Friend State Itegistcrl BEAVER Oklahoma Dec closed find postoffice order for which yott will please sendme THE WZEKLY REGISTER I lived in Iowa forty yeirs until a year ago this fall and1 get homesick away down here in Ho Mans Land without getting tip Iowa news of health and her health i greatly improved in this warm dry This country is healthy and a good country for stock but no funning country When any one leaves Iowa to find a better farming country they jump out of the frying pan into the fire 1 have always beeu proud of Iowa and more so since the election last fall I think will be onthe tail end of the procession from how on It looks to me as though any sensible man can see now that Democratic party is hot eiipablc of managing our govern ment successfully Long may the lie publican party be uuccossTul is my wish SBTH CuMiuxi A soldier of Company Twentieth Iowa Infantry HBKYAST Office MannsBlock Corning lows Uh Stroet lit doornorth of 0 T Cote RALPH NEWCOMB f Os Hot Kastor of the Language A foreigner hot absolutely certain of al the shades of meaning in our English words recently attended a re ception at Vassalcollege at which the young ladies of the insliUUiou were arrayed in all the bewildering beauty of evening toilettes Said he to the president I have never before seen go grand a eight as those young ladies in thuir nightgowns 1 een feetl fourtecn months 1711 each and the lot netted mJS Miss Maggie Tcmin through the Page county district court 835000 damages from Fred llockafellow of Shcpandoah for slander in saying that she set fire to his house whiuh was burned while she was in his employ to conceal a theft She sep arate one for Married and divorced within an hour was the record m side at Webster City Thursday Wm llhinehart the son of a wealthy fjirifier and Miss Lizzie Frank were married the par ents of both parlies objecting Tho young man was sent east while the young lady was persuaded by her folks to start the mills of the law grind ing to secure a divorce almost before the ink was dry on the marriage ccrli fieato It is told by the Past that a youngish like lady living near Shenandoah re cently had the family Bible laidwhere her best beau would see it He did see it and upon consulting tho family re cord found that his beloved was abou t tlu86 years ypunger than hewaa vll would havcbeen allright turned another page that according to the sanie fpcord mother had died ten years was born U foiumci game font tt v e b a o u m t Jtb utcb 8 llt ttl ben famme fia tvs n fe oj llblanbct SPaj r fra be SttciKintuijcc en pa fra tor Jammi ftnbioe af DJioberlanbct fibtrcfpouranrct fva Ulboniientet ofu fjrcbafl3uumcrrt Qbte ittr pit jtcc govtcelUiiflcnte i 5Jeb Slvncu efter frit OB delightfully guides the render through Rome Heidelberg by tho editor is elegantly illustrated One of the stronj topical papers on a labor theme is by exPresident Pickard of tho Iowa State University Another by B Nagarkar written from India describes The Hindu Woman Two prize poems and other poetic gems and over sixti illustrations embellishthis the largos and best number yet Johnson brig ham Publlsiier Des Moines Iowa 8150 Lath Doors Lime A REMARKABLE YOVE f A curious case of housemoving was recently witnessed in Oregon A man who owned a residence at Seattle which cost him to erect re moved to Olympia and did not have funds enough to build another house IJe bought a lot and concluded to re move the building he owned at Seattle Everyone laughed at him but he per sisted Boiling tho house down Co the river he loaded it upon a ecow and it was soon at Olynipiiip jv distance of about sixty miles Then he Imd it rolled upon MR lot and strange to say timber was strained nor oven a pieceof furniture broken although he had not removed the contentsbefore tho hnutt ppon unusual Octave Thanet foremost among mid land WlitOt3 oS in tha janiiftry Midland Monthly a keenly interesting story of home life Mrs Mary J Rciil of St Paul contri butes a charming sketch Octave Thanet at Home with pictures The fjction this number especially strong In do Glory Laud a prize story by Birch Hardwloke a Kansas writer is it thrilling description of the days bafo1 de Wan Two Men aud a Madonna is a pleasing love story by Marie Edith Beynon a talented Mani toba writer Jerry Waltons Pros pect by John H Mason is a touching story of a stranded fortyniner1 Hon George F Parker consul at Blr mingham England proposes that lown celebrate her semicentennial next year Who seconds the motion The War Sketch this lime is by a account of a nurses experiences befor Vicksburg by liOuUe Maeriy o Quincy The Society of tho Army o the by Col Moore include latent portraits of prominent niohibiin dir of fciJJUII jliul of p Wi rtTE jBapa why is it they tie tha wl of so many wagons in front oi the Palace nMdyrars Store PArA Why they arc not tying1 the hint wheels they arc jnst backing1 up Stoves and Hardware loading on r THE CHXJIICHSE BRE3SVT3aiAN CHURCH Regular morhirig services begin at K 5 SaDbathSchodl at 12 oclock Meeting of thaYPSCE at MKinoDIST Preaching at a m and p class meetings at a m and 3 m Sabbath school at p ni Prayer meeting Thursilay at p Epworth league devotional meeting hursdaT at p in Jiinior league meeting Saturday at p rn W F M society liicofs 1st 1tiosilay of each mouth at p m FOUND A setter dog white with light red ears Owner have same by prov property and paying charges for this notice G W BENTZ Corning Iowa FOR SALE Honsc and lot five rooms pantry and closet cellar good well stable some small fniit good location four blocks from Poijt Ollico I will take good team parb payment Citll on J T Farrar Corning Iowa r22t STAR STEAM LATTNDRY door north of Park Hotel iis stili work liiin jrvid ti Mu ilnli IViii iv Liv TMs is JOHN FH enterprising farmer and family of Victor ia township oil their way to BROS ANDERSONS Store they CEUsecure the best bargains for the Least Money Xr jr gets his mail a another tovn but comas to Corning to trade for Kai found that Gillet Bvcs Andersons is the cheapest store in this section of the country Ho rays their shoes last longer Their drygoods are always as represented Their groceries are tho best in quality and their scales accurate they arc accommodating and obliging and always pay the highest nrice for produco In fact he saves money on every isso happy that ho tolls it to every one he meets Try them ESTEAY NOTICE Tnkon up us nn Etniy T S Trertorlctt at rostdcilPO Iti L TUWTI I 11 Aditrivs tounty Inwnon tii tiny of Ooo Sf er 3 yiara old vlh ivh to In ruOiind valncdnt hy U ii unit Fohn and posted before1ilin tiinVn ol lltu Peace E Lwuify Aiulltor Bring on liiii a i ivolk lt A O Yil will NOTICE OF ASSIONMEHT OOUSINO IOWA 19Wi Notleo isbprtliy n that O W Anthony of Iorulnir Iowa lius inailtiin all propcrt Including book ancoiilita lumber and all proverty and ilio ttHiuc Is HI iartlci imlclilil to salil O W Aiittouy ivrcrcqulo i my inr Ithetr Md nioountw thnut t rthor nelay md nil pnvtioH luivltig or lioldlnir Jxlm twdU w Anthony will nlc me under oih within tlirce mtota of notice W 3 Oil
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