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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - January 10, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             HOLE NUMBER 1366 CORNING APAMS COUNTY IOWATHURSDAY JANUARY in VOL XXIII NO Corning Iowa AttorneysatLaw 3OHNIN3 O MITCILELL AttorneyAtLaw IOWA finance M Politics Iowas Senior Senator Gives A ii nution given collection door jiorih of post office CORX1NO IOWA KINDRED ATTORNEYATLA W COIININO IOWA Offloe J W BIX BY ATTORNEY I will soon have an offleD down toira and be prepared to do general lair business I know I can make a success of collections probate and all othei Kw matters Intrusted to me Let me have a share and fees will be reasonable Buy your feed grinders and feed ent ers frmnShafer Mack SEN is Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and chsaply All work war L ranted Corning Iowa NEWCO5ID CO DealeraIn Lumber Lath SMnglua DoorSfgatb Blinds Lime PalntBCcment Etc EsUmtet furnished Yards corner Beaton Aye Sixth street Cornlne Iowa DD S His Views TTpon Pending Matters Oflce Oondition ot tjw dential no Am bition to be President Fiom the Chicago Tribune Senator W B Allison of Iowa went home to enjoy his Christmas at the Grand Pacific Monday on hi way back to Washiugton To a re porter for the Tribune he talked can didly and interestingly but cautiously otpublic and and private affairs The natiomil Una Al lison said are in a deplorable and alarming condition The revenues are not nearly largo enough to defray the expenses of the government In the last year there has beena deficit of and is increasing at the rate of a Ono thing is certain congress must devise some new revenue or else there must fie an other loan The last loan instead of serving to eplenish the feserro will all bo rcquiicd to defray th ordinary expenses of the country J causes of falling off are 8omewhit obscure Mostpeople will lay it to the Wilson tariff but it dqtes that tariff It is the product in part of haul times fofonr people are living economically and do not require so many imports aa they did What tho remedy is to be is just at uncertain frieodswill wish him something I know nothing us I am concerned I kn to run ngaia is of So far know nothing about my candidacy except what is a candi have no toid me I certainly am not date for the nomination and ambition for the oflieo OUB WASHIHQrOl LETTER From Our Regular Correspondent WASHINGTON Jan 4 Confu ion General Distrust and Gener al Disaster are now contending for the contio of tho democratic majority in Congress and of the administration Instead of returning from their holiday in a more united condition the crats are if such a thing be possible wider apart on the financial question thanthey were when tho recess ad journment was taken Debate was resumed in the House wiltiout any idea of what is to be the outcome The men ought to bo the leaders of the democrats are in doubt not only as to what they ought to do but also as to what following they willhave should they decide uppn what to attempt ot mutual interest When Edmund Clarence Stedman approached and pogan a conversation she surprised him by repeating ono of his poems and well prepared to prove to Kicnard Watson Gilder her familiaritv songs From a large volume of Tennyson in the raised letter of prink of the blind read several stanzns of In Me When asked if she prefer of others of that authors poeins she replied Oh no I likejt T because it U so full of but it is very hard to IN A TiiaeTubloi Not long ago It was Christmas you know And so About four tenor boys To add to ihcir Joys Filed up it is said With liquor quite red Until they were dead To the world and theUfun So the story doth luri Uished in court So we glvea report The trial was so lie also uses in it the broader American sense of thinking For example in Measure for Af ensure Act iv Scene iv Angeloisayg meet him at and feclaliFor our authorities there To which Escslus replies in most emphatically American fashwn I guess not THB CHtTBCHSB PHESBYTERIAN CHDBCH repeated Flower in tV crannied wall I out of the crannies HoH you there root an 1 nil In ray hand IJttlo flower but if 1 could undeitand What you are root and all und all In all I should know what God and man la The slight touch of her linger tips as for recognition and usthey bade I her good night she took each by the h1 slight touch ef he Ou Monday became Toia Maiwell hia name He I ojfan to pick flaws With our citys jfocxl laws he got Ills paws In the boyn crgwj For it took cash To heal up Inlhelaw they did emash I Tom is wise And so it was a great surprise Some arc advising the holding of a by nifee good night DENTIST Offlee over Shlnn Bros drug store guaranteed All work S JOHNSON MD PHYSICIAN SURGEON 1 t door south Davis Walla i f i offlccJTKeBidenco just cast of Academy understood tobe divided as to the advisability of such aconrsc The situation has not beenjmproved by the appafentlj wellgrounded rumor thit Mr J Pierpont Morgan a New York banker had called upon Mr1 Cleveland as the representative of the As to Mr syndicate of bankers which floated the As to Mi Cai lisle B remedy lam una last bond issueand formally requested We to express any oDiuionaflr because that Secretary Carlisle be dismissed already from the head of the Treasury depart lf and will be ment on the ground that he had failec altered a good many umesmore before to keep faith with the banker and that paMonifc lacks the capacity to I have no idea it can pass during handle tho financial affairs of the wwf i of congress country When tho democrats have Whether tho president will call tfn Uown what sort of a bill they reallv extra session m case the piesent aoniutond to taj to pass if they ever do gross does nothing youkinow exactly as1 much and can guess exactly as well aa To see him come down To our little towo With hifflongface And take up thig case But a man oit Qf meat and others are sayingVat features aueus will onlv aermavntn tha nrUHncr I i er to her more fortunate I And wenfon with the trial la his Ssual stj le p A legal light a for Lenox in ihc fight tana bright A caln wrUr A book in hisflat rat and we 1 fed 10 Saobath School at 13 oclock Meeting of the YPSCK at METHODIST EPISCOPAL BATH SERVICES Preaching at a m and n Isimeltinffs afc am a m Sabbath school at p m wyer Thursday at 800 p Devotional meeting Thursday at p m meeting Saturday at p m W F M soclety meets 1st Tuesday of each month at p m m FRESH OTSTEBS Solid meats at Wilsons City Bakery aueus will only aggravate the existing division Mr Cleveland has intimated lacuiues are Concernedis hPr quite stronglythat hehas a mind to extremely lovable disposition which i end a I accords so well with the look of perfect upon her face and her lauph of freedom from care end a special message to Congress leading for some patriotic nonparti an financial legislation but his cabinet s twmuj cuubutresr northwi j on sale January 15 1895 1 fare plus two dollars for the trip Final limits days from I addreJ F H GRIGGS Ago F H SCRANTOK DENTIST Offije over 1st National Bank Corning Iowa New methods for extractingteeth without jpuin Crown and bridge work a specialty Seasonable prices for for firstclaw work examination Physician Surgeon OJlice over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA Will attend promptly all calls rlay or night 111 city or country Residence corner lOsfc and Loinis sive HOTEL EWING OPPOSITEDEPOT CRESTOS IOWA E E Ewixa the trepTrblicans will be ready meet it with a definite Among i i changes made in the condition Carligle currency for the is nearly as bad as that of the of in 2i cent bonds eminentI cannot ngrce with the to be used for the retirement of the New York banker who the other day greenbacks and Treasury notes It is intimated that possibly we had not stated Mr Cleveland has endorsed the seen the worst of the business dcpresidea but he has not dene so publicly sion I sure we have seen the Republican members of tbo House worst of it but I am just assure we do not believe that the Treasury can havonot seeu aH of it The panic of getanyTeJief from financial legislation 1873 gave us full fiveyears of depresno matter what itsnature until the sion and suffering and I have not the tariff has been rearranged ou the lines slightest doubt that it will take five of protection and ar sufficient revenue years to restore the country to tho provided to woet the needs of the goy linancial condition we enjoyed in 1882 I ernment They recognizeas do nios and 1808 I think the depression is not I unpreiudiceii students of the financia IF TOU ABE TOO FAT Take no water or other fluid at any time except one cup of any desired hot diink just before vising from ths table Use no liquids while eating Avoid sugarnuts and pastry Eat nothing between meals Confine the diet to leaji beef mutton chicken turkey fish eggs oysters with one slice of stale bread well the bulk of th meal being of tomatoes celery spinach turnips cabbage fresh and dried fruit cooked without sugar Exercis should be taken running being mos effectual before breakfast or jus before going to bed AMissouri physician received tho following letter from a friend who is engaged practice of medicine in shun whose phisicaT sines shos that he windpipe have ulcerated off and his ung have dropped into his stnmmick He is unable to swaller and I fear his stumick is gon I hav giv him everv ng without effeckt his father is wealthy onorable and inttunshel He is anctivc member of the ME church and God nose I dont want tolose him What shall I due Answer by return male yours in nedo IOWA HOUSE Modaway f THE ONLY FIBSTCLASS HOTEL i IN THE CITY V Rates per day f Livery and Eeedstable in cbnneo I tion Your patronage is solicited Ep LEACH Propr t V MD sc SLxnnaBlock Coralns Iowa Uoico 7th 3tr20t Ut door north of C Nr Uoico 7th 3tr20t Ut aoor north V RALfH NEWCOMB DEALER tath Boors Lime Pickets Cement so great in the west or at least in my state as it is in This socalled panic edly injuro the prospects of thu demo crals in next presidential ek if indeed they can be said to hare any prifcpeets What with tho Eexow iu veitigatiou the fallfof Tarn in thfc defeat of Hill and the possession of the state government of New York New Jersey and Connecticut by tho repub licans for two years it does not look as if the election of A democratic presi dent was a possibility The anly offset is the danger1that in the next two years the republicans maymake some mistake and this danger I think is not great My observation is that the party that triumphs in the oSyear election triumphs at the following presidential election The offyear tri umph is not only a sign of tho temper of the people which will not changein two years but by a change of office holders it partly causes a triumph in the presidential contest But yon might as well try to predict what the weather will bo in two years honcc as to predict what politi situation that those two bond issues would have been made even if no treasury notes or greenbacks had evei boon presented for redemption in gold L short that while those bond issues were nominally made to replenish the reserve they were in reality made to meet the deficit caused by the new tariff lawAs to the financial bill now before tho House they do not believe that the administration can force it through the House but havo doubts whether Mr Cleveland would even care to do so now that ho has an opportunity to learu thinks of if what the country g Desired by the Trade i s Manilla Rooffna SEEX PERMANV TION to Cr parly will bs ou top two years hence A slight tilt Irto weeks before a nomination or an election may change the result Another reason however for predicting democratic defeats is tho fact that the democratic nomination the next time will bo sure to come west The democrats never triumphed except by having a candidate strong enough to carry Now York New Jer jcy anil Connecticut Such a man must be si Now Yorker and when they have no New Yorker who can do this they aro iu the last dilch My impression is though that tho democrats of the south and wont will form a coalition and compel tho nominaiion of a west ern man ii respective of the situation in tho cast It is impossible to forecast polit ical resultsIt is able to foresee still more impractic polllical candidates What mon the democrats and uominate no man can forc will 3C A Wonderful Example of Happiness and Good Cheer Though Deaf and Blind Helen Keller Drives Sorrow tho New York Herald The slender young gii1 in her dainty little white evening dress who despite thefact that she is blind and deaf and wasnriable until within a few yeals to utter articulate sounds stood iu the parlors of the WrJghtHumason School at No 43 West Seventysixth as vui mated conversation as it her short life had been one continuous stretch of social impressions enough to crowd live tenses has excited interest all over the world Although only fourteen years old Helen Keller has a wider rango of in formation than has sifted into tho minds of tho vast majority of men through their impaired senses sometimes when their hair has silvered She was not born blind and deaf and mute but lost the use of these faculties through scarlet fever at the ago of eighteen months She later regained the ability to speak through tho in struction tending to make her formu late words oven though uuable to hoar the sound Miss Sullivan who wont to hor when she was sevou years old bus boon hor constant companion and teacher ever since The marvelous dexterity which Helen is acquiring iu tho reading of speech iintl conversation by simply placing her on tho lips of the speaker is by the readiness with which she repeats accurately the words which aro spoken to hor As various persons of social and liter I ary prominence paid their respects t her she talked with them uoon took Whether General Harrisons her she talked with them upon topics r The Moon a Piece of the JBarth From tlio St Louts Republic When the earth was young accord ing to tho testimony ot our most noted astronomers it turned with suchamaz ing rapidity that tho day was only about three hours long Tho entire globe was a liquid then and sis it spun und at that fearful rate of speed the sun causingeverincreasing tides upon its surface at last pulled it asunder The sniiillcr portion became the planet which we now call the moon The dis tance of this moon from the earth has been gradually increasingever since and the time1 will surely come when it will not look larger than a tenthmagni tude starto the people of the earth BIG HOGS Rod Oak S C Nordquiats offer of ten cents a ound for the heaviest hog iu the coun ty brought in several competitors on Tuesday The prize was won by M V Solly of Frankfort township who pro duced aporker which tipped the beam at 710 pounds and for which ho was paid The hot was a Poland China its length six feet girth six feet and four inches and measurel through the shoulders twentyseven inches It was throe years old and had Already raised live litters of pigs WhenMr Solly saw tho offer advertised in the Express he pickedout this pig on to which to ex periment on the possibility of making itwin tho prize but with really little hopo of success because ho feared it was not in proper condition as at that time it was suckling a litter From the timo ou which Mr Selly began feeding it gained on an average almost throe pounds per day The ration was prin cipally corn Other parties entered hogs in the com petition and none of them were light weights as tho following figures will show John Jackson presented ono weighing 810 pounds J Foster pounds U McMillan 503 pounds C Frits 530 pounds Clark Brad Jon 370 pounds From theso ignres it will bo seen hat heavy weights aro not at all scarce among Montgomery county svrine Jied 1 he decision uf courts Tor hs c M gooA supports A J Johaion bla name And hlslogical fame Drugs no ahsme On big fae Tho court gave no tangible trace Of the place Where he hoped to escape From ihie ienal scrape But hefelt a greatjoy1 When told as a loy This ordinance ten And always hud been So a decision ho cave In tones strong and brave The dcfendanta to save Now this law In which theres been found such a Haw No one Goes Ilmplnjr alout Its vitals torn but There is no hope For tlie city cant core With a manf ull of budve Nor with Ores ons I Igjudge The Courts not to bame Its the law that Is It muat have a new frame Now for fun tho work sa late betrun s done Any who choose To drive oft the blues free to nil up From the aparnliaj tup What a blessingto be Where all mea aro free No Taw ti transffreea Yet ijll must confess Itd aaliarne Nothing less HOMESBEKESS EXCUBSIOW To all points in the south Dates of 8thFebuary5th March and 20th 1894 Rate one F H GBIGGS Agent MTC No 11 No 73 Freight 11XK TAMLK cirry All fMliht mueibt removed on urlvcl A GBIQQS LITEBABT NOTES Senator Henry Cabot Lodge contri butes to HarpersMagazine for January ft vigorous article entitled Shakes peares Americanisms which contains reassuring and comforting doctrine for those who employ colloquial forms of speech The following is one of many that will bo read with iiJterest Among charaotbristic American TV ords none is more so than to guess in the sense of to think One sees it continually in English comic papers and in books also put into the mouths of Americans as a discreditable but un mistakable badge oE nationality i hakespeare uses the word constantly generally in the stricter and narrower sense where it implies conjecture Ye meb4 ubrommer bwrShsbaa Worsen Stbtr lebfaget af tom nUommer 6palte for httelige 9ln tetteinin8eV f af fforrefponbancer fro Sttontieiiter ofo SrebagSnumerrt uil mbeholbe Qobe SortosUinoer ber iffc oil sioe gfortaaingerne i SBeb noget efter frit og l Slor 09 POTTER LARGE are making extensive prepara tion to furnish the people with the best of goods and lowest prices especially in WALL PAPER PAINTS AND OILS i Remember that we intend to increase our trade reduce the profits and sellrjnore goods and increase our profits HANDSOMEST AND BEST OAK HcATeR The Public Is Rapidly finding thoir Way to our line stock of TINWARE CUTLERY PUMPS BARB WIRE FARH TOOLS BUILDING HARDWAE A Share of Your Trade is Solicited   

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