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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - January 17, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             J Ssira iVHOLE NUMBER 1367 CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 17 1895 v ran the wcia with iowa Coming AtfcorneysatLaw SUtC IOWA O XITCBSLL I Attorneys AtLaw Special attention plven to collections second door north of post office CORNING IOWA Office ATTORNEYATLAW CORNING IOWA Special attention given to collections Office overHiinnsBlook J filXBY ATTORNEYATLAW I will soon have an office down town and bo prepared to do general I know loan make a success of collectionsprobate anil all other law matters Intrusted to me iet mo hivre a share and fees will be reasonable Buy your feed grinders and feed cut era from Mack THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc ing neatly ami cheaply All work war ranted Cqrniug Iowa ALTER NfiWCOMB CO Lumber Lath Sklagles Doors Sash Blinds Lime Paints Cement Etc Etc Estimates gladly famished Yards corner Beaton Are and Sixth Btrect Corning lowa C DD S DENTIST Office Bros drug store guaranteed All work S JOHNSON II D PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office lit door south Dayls Wclla F H SCRAKTON DENTIST National Bank Corning Iowa TTewmotliodsfor extracting teeth without pain Crown and bridge work a specialty Reasonable prices for work No for examination GLOVER 1 Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA TVilKatteiul promptly all calls day or night in city or country Residence Corner lOst and Lomis avo HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DEPOT CRESTON IOWA R E Ewitfa JTarager MD Cole fc Surgeon Olfioe Manns Block Coming Iowa oa 7th Stroat 1st door north of 0 T RALPH NEWCOIYIB Eicl Lualor Oo Lath Doors Lime And Everything Desired by for fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vroomans Mixed Paints Leads and Oils i to soil la choice complete line of NURSEBT STOCK or SEED POTATOES or both PERMANENT and PAYINGopOSI TION to GOOD MKN MH osclusiyo trirrilovv if ynn vrii PAY YOU tn writ Nensry MiiVinO win1 OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Prom Our Hegular Correspondent WASHINGTON Jan 11 CarlisleCleveland monstrosity called by courtesy a currency bill is deadwas killed by a vote of the house 129 to 133 refusing to adopt an order setting a time for a vote Drs Cleveland Carlisle and Sprnger refuse to believe that the corpse is quite dead and are still trying to resuscitate the deceased There will be no funeral ceremonies for the very good reason that theVe are not enough mourners to form are spectable gathering Tho blow which killed the uriinourned measure drov home the wedge that split the demo cratic party in twain and there seem little probabilty that the tvro wings wil ever agaiu Kefouud united upon any thing for country nas every reasou to give tliTttiks The administration in its power to save thecurrency bill even going to the extent of threateriinf to put the country on a silver basis i it wasnot passed by refusing to gold for presented fo redemption iut it was 1 no use the country had condemned the measure as bad and a majority of the Hems Two Daring Robbers Loot the Express Oar and Escape Four Men at Bay LORILLARDS Whole Train Crew Bound Gagged thought it belter safer and wiser to please the country than to piease administration It being now certain that no financial legislation either good or bad can be expected Congress thebeliol bbth in and out of Congress thatau early extra session of tke fifty fourth Congress will fee called to con sider financial legislationit is no longer a question of what Mr CJeve land wants or what the democratic party wants but of what is necessary to maintain the credit of the United States government which takes pre cedence of all other questions The democrats having proved their incom petence the republicans must be asked to corne to the rescue ExSpeaker Rerds sprained ankle isnt entirely well but he returned te his Congiessional duties this week in order to be on hand when the House knocked out the Carlisle currency bill He limps a little but characteristically lefuses to make use of erutch or csno are glad that Representatn Sibley of Pa who this week made one of the most dis graceful personal attacks upon the President of the United States crer heard upon thex floor of the House claims allegiance to the democratic party Republicans do not admire Mr Cleveland few people do or can but in criticising his public icts they never allow themselves to forgot that he is President Mr Sibleys speech was sprinkled with coarse language which should never have been allowed to be uttered on the floor of tho House or anywhere else iu the presence of gentlemen but for some unexplainpfi reason no member called him to onle and he kept on until his time ex jpired although there was no iudica tion that his supply of billingsgate vva exhausted Think of a member o Congress referring to the President as a combination of braius belly and brass and as ahog and a buz zard If the House did the right thing it would expel Sibley from mem bership as a warning to futurelilack guards who may by accident get elect ed to Congress The Court of Appeals of tho District of Columbia tho three justices of ivhi eh were appointed by Mr Cleveland has nllirmecl the decision of the lower court refusing to graut a mandamus ing Secretary Carlisle to take steps to wardsthe payment of the bounty on sugar partly produced at the time the the repeal of the sugar bpuiity law went into effect and two out of the three justices wont further and edthat in their opinion the sugar bounty was unconstitutional and the third the Chief Justice declined to express his opinion as to the constitu tionality ofihe sugar bounty It is a question that will never bo definitely settled until it has been passed upon by tho U S Supremo Court where It will eventually bo carried Still t another message on Hawaii matters was this wook transmitted to Congress by Mr Cleveland accompan ied by a batch of correspondence from Mr U S Minister to Hawaii 0real Britain wishes to lease an island belong noto Hawaii to be used as a station for a submarine cable from Canada to Australia and the Hawaii government wialie to lease the island but cannot do so without tho consent of the United States owisirf to a elulse in the reciprocity Ireaiv with ihn tfovernmont Mr Clcvuhuul refers iho request of Hawaii for a modification of the treaty so tlio leaso can bo made to Congress without positive recommen dation but it is easily inferred from luigiiiigo that he favors granting it Passengers Not Moleated OiruJWA Iowa Jan of the m6st daring train robberies ever attempted was successfully executed pn passenger train on the phicajoiurtidgtpn and Quincy near thiscity to night VLocaif offieiais estimate the atuouut taken at but oilaccount of its being the habit of small towns to send money to Chicago on Saturday night itis believed the amount secured is miich larger 4 is the Burlingtonthrough train from lienver andPucWpto Chi cago and carries large quantities of mail arid baggage It is not known that thetrdn carrieda more valuable cargo of mail and express tonight than usual but it seems that two bold robbers knew that the express would malte ja valu able haul and they planned to bag it They held up the train but nothing but the express caiy though theyhad finished this job they stood for tenminutes waiting for the train to start long to have robbed the mail car or the passenger ioaches Wheii the heavy string of carsbegan to move out of thestation atGhillicothe seven miles west of Here the two press messengers and baggage man shut the side doors of the ear for the wind was blowing strong and cold Express Messenger John Page stepped to the end door at the front of the ar which though usually securely fasten ed was left unlocked by some one passing through it He meant to loci t and was just stooping to do it when door opened and two men sprang nside with drawn revolvers crying Holdup your hands one runmrie to nt VOL XXIII NO 13 MUCH THE BEST When buyihg CLIA1AX PLUG always look for the Ijttle roviiii red Tin Tag Its the sign by which you can protect yourself against inferior brands It is am assurance of quality purity and substance It repr resents the word aM hphor of v the oldest tobacco Arher r ica and the largest in When you want a delicious chew a lasting chew a satisfying chew be sure and get LORILLARDS c theCac mt L7 Hawk and Baggageman Wright The trainmen taken by sur rise threw tip their hands The rob bers compelled them to bunch in a of the car and one kept them overedwith two big revolvers while he other bound and gagged them He hen turned his attention to the safe which ho unlocked with the keys taken rom iPages pocket stuffing the con ents into a big sack which they had vith them At this juncture the mail clerk in the d joining apartment came in attracted y the noise and he immediately re eived the bind and gag treatment and as thrown in the corner with the hers After filling the sack the rob era quietly waited until the train vhistled and slackened speed for the Ulwaukee railroad crossing a cmile town showing by every action perfect familiarity with the lay of the md and the habits of the train When he train stopped for the crossing they oth jumped to the door sprang out ml started on a run across the frozen es Moines River this lime the baggageman had orked himself loose from the thongs hieh bound him and he released his ompanions just as the train was puli ng into the Ottumwa depot The larmwas given and an with posse was sent out to Chillicothe here no night agent is retained by the rmipany Another posse was led by he Burlington detective Jim Harrison vho recently had a desperate fight vith bandits at Bitavia in which one killed The express officials in this city dis laira any knowledge of the amount aken hut t is believed to be several housand dollars ABOUND THE SLOPE Adam Adams a fiften yearoldboyof rrlswold has been arrested for burg the post office at Lyraanin Cass county Atlantic w trying to raise the wind or a beet sugar factory ov C W Blodgett a former Cres on minister now of Galeaburg 111 s a candidate for congress to succeed ho late Mr Post At a charity ball given in Des Moines ecently was cleared for charity Sidney has a young ladies physical raining school Emorson sent a car load of relief to ho Nuboiska sufferers last week The Locomotive figures that Stuarts mprovoments for last year amounted o Alfred Gray nmler sentence of death in Willington Kas for hypnotizing a man to ninrcler one his neighbors is a son of A GrayVwhoiives near Bativia Iowa Thb H 8n railroad will hereafter charge cents a mile for continiioiis passage over thatline Being a sec ond class road this line has a lega right to charge 3i cents per mile Kossuth county claims the banner for possessing the heaviest family in the state The combined weight of the Ash family Consisting of father mother and nine children is 8468pounds anaver age of over 224 pounds The Cass connty court jiotiso was damaged by fire and water about Friday iThe fire was in the roof and caught from a furnace fire The court room will have to have a ceiling the old one being ruined by water MrsAlfred Falk of Essex was kill ed Sutiday by being thrown from a buggy by a runaway team while on her way to Sundayschool Her son who wasdriving lost the reinsand in at tempting to regain them frightened the teain Mrs JTalk foil backward from the buggy striking on her head and died in a few hours Herald A week ago Wed night 9 hogs were stolen from the asylum Last Saturday night near ly 20 were missed Oh investigation 8 of them wore found at Wm Fishers farm northof town Walter Douthit and James Christopher were arrested 3 beingfound near Christophers home The Grand Jury is investigating tha case today Manford Owens is also in the case Christopher was released from jail last night but Douthit is still in jail The felloes are ina perious mess of tro uble A Clearfield youth sent his best girl an engagement ring for a Christmas present The nest day she received a letter requesting its return saying that the jeweler had hypnotized him into buying it and that she had hypnotized him into sending it How Antitoxines Are Developed From tho Harpers Weekly The new treatment of diphtheria is a practical application of tho latest ad vances of experimental bacteriology The general facts upon which it is based arebrnuy these Certain bacteria when developing in the organism of an animal or man produce an albuminoid poison called a toxine which circulat ing in the blood causes disease For example the KlebsLoeller bacillus growing in the throat of a child gener ates a toxine that produces the systemic condition called diphtheria If some of these oacteria bo removed from the organism and placed in artifi cial media such as broth under proper conditions they wit grow and multiply and produce the same toxine as before This toxmo may now bo separated from tho bacioriaby filtration and if introducedinto an organism by iuocu lationitwill produce the disease as readily as if it had been formed in the organism but the virulence of the disease thus produced will vary with the quantity of tho toxino injected Moreover if the first dose given is so small as to produce only slight illness a larger quantity may bo introduced a tew days later without producing a corresponding effect and progressively larger doses may bo administered from time to time until at last the animal receives with impunity doses many times larger than could possiblv bo borne at lirst J In case of tho diphtheria toxine for example obtained aa has been said by growing the diphtheria bacillus in meat if fifteen t drops of the filtrate e containing the toxine be injected into a vein of a horse the animal will be severely poisoned But by repeating the injection f rorn time to time in pro gressing doses at the end of threeor four laonths the animal will beat a dose of two huitdtad tunes the original quantity In other words the animal has become immune to the disease If now a vein of the immune animal be opened and some blood withdrawn the serum of that blood the other con stituents being removed may be in jected into the sptem of ahother amin al fo r aj hu uaanbe n inqculat eTBfeconaes immuneTio virtue of the inoculation More than that if the organism inoculated had already acquired the disease the inoc ulation within reasonable limits curative For example if a child been exposed todiphtheria inoculatioa with the seriim of a horse renderedim mune to diphtheria as above describecl will prevent development of the disease At a later stageinoculation tends to cure the disease These are the facts as applied in the new serum treatment of diphtheria JTEW YEAB MUSIC AL WOBID BRAINARDS MUSICAL AVoiiLD for January is a beautiful New Year Hol day Number and contains besides a targo amount of choice musical readT ng fine illustrations and portraits in Jluding a Chopin the ollo wing new music Nocturne op 55 No 1 Chopin with lesson by Emil Sounds from the Stars Mazurka by Verner PopularSwing March by T B Brpoke and two beautiful songs This music is atone vorth each number of he WOMD is given Piano Lesson by Srnil Liebling also a fine portrait of some musical celebrity suitable for framing The WoKLpis J150 per year 15 cents per copy During this month the publishers offer to send the MUSICAL WORLD on trial tor four months on receipt of 25 ceuts in stamps Address The S Brainards Sons Co Chicago TAMLK Tborollowinetra am wrry Hi dallr warl eheelnd remoivd r A airsbau 03 iiumtret ubfommer bott 7fpaltebe Sibtr btr fom web ISEibft ub ommcc meb 8 Siber ait til btn fomme fiomle ntfJe fra 3inb 09 Ublanbet gtg fra RongresfcH eg fra be forffieHtflt vegislaturei tirWige Efteminmatr CM SpaTte for Ofarmen og ftabige fra fctftietttat ttlt af SOlobtrlanbet fra Slbonnentir clfo ml inbtbolbe gabe bet ifte i S8eb nogetefier fut ADAMS COUNTY UNION M40 POTTER LARGE are making extensive prepara the best of goods and lowest prices especially in PAINTS AND Remember that we intend to increase pur trade reduce the profits and sell more goods and increase our profits C m HAKD OK STANDBBST H ATeR Hardwarel TINWARE CUTLERY PUMPS A Share of Your Trade is Solicited   

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