Adams County Union, January 24, 1895

Adams County Union

January 24, 1895

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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - January 24, 1895, Corning, Iowa O HITCHSLL AttorneyAtLaw COENINQ IOWA OKINDIiSD ATTORNEYATLAW COBNING IOWA Iven to collections Office J VT BIXBY ATTORHEYATLAW I will soon have nn office down town ana bo prepared to do general law business I know I can make a successof collections probate ana all other law matters Intrusted to me Let mo have a share and foes will bo reasonable our feed grinders and feed cut ers from Shafer Mack THOMPSON SEN Manufacture Harness SSddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa YlfALTER NEWCOMB fc CO Dcalersin tinnier Lath Shingles Doom BlindB Lime Palnte Cement Etc Etc Eatimtlei famished Tarda comer Beaton Ate Sixth atreeti Corning Iowa JT CBAPNUAHT DD s AN APPEAL Tho summer was hot and thirsty And withered the growing gram And the autumn came with cool relief But brought no beautiful rain And tho fields that were green In springtime I And brown in the summers glow Are white since tho winds of winter Brought down tho beautiful SROW And thefarmerwho has sowed his nerea With lavish andhopoful hand Has only nn bountiful harvest Of white and beautiful sand lias only an empty lardor And clothing scant and poor Whilethe hovfling wolf of winter Lurksjustoutsldohisdoor Has only a cheerless flreless hearth For fuel Is scarce and dear Oh Whatwill the wife and babies do Without that homely cheer My story Is not a Jiotlon Or picture overdrawn Nor do I seek indlstaril lands A theme to write upon I deal with fuot not fancy And pity mokes me bold To ask your aid and sympathy For tho hungry and the cold Ohl you who are bleat with plenty Enough for your wants and more v Send out to the plains of Nebraska Itellef for the suffering poor Mns LAWBENCB NEWSPAPERS AITD tOTTBRIBsi BUiiifGSfiV POSTOFflCE DENTIST Office over Shlnn Bros draff atcire All wort guaranteed aJonNsosii D PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office Ut door south Davis Jfc law office Residence just past ot Academy SCRANTON DENTIST OBiic over IstNational Bank Corning Iowa Mew methods for extracting teeth pain Crown and bridge a specialty Seasonable prices for firstclass work No charge for examination UtBGLOVER Physician s Office over Andrews Clotliing Stori CORNING IOWA Jan Attorney General Thomas of the post oflice department has made some im portant rulings governing offenses of a lottery nature In connectioa With newspaper notices the department rulesthat it is immaterial whether result of a lottery drawing is published as ne wsvwithout pay the newspapers containing the result awarding such prizes are nonmailable The only ex ceptions made are in cases of newspa pers publishing such matter ia order to expose concerns and crush or cripple their business whichpolicyvis heldto bem line with the spiiitofthe law The department also decides that awarding a prize to a peisan guessinc the nearest number ofseeds in a water melon would be a lottery though guess ing the weight of a melonwould not constitute a lottery if the guesses were made after the melon had been lifted The award of aprize to one supoestine the number of beans in aclear glass bottle in a plain view is also held to be a lottery The only way of removing thechance element is to atfnounce the size of each articleput into it which however would not apply to beans corn oats orother articles of variable sizeand shape as thenuniber could nptJheube computed even approxft mately N Prom OarHegnUr cratic faenatorswbo started out to sliow the democrats or the House how easy it was to agree upon afinancial bill made a very short trip They did not agree upon a financial roally theysblit the a little wider apart than theywere before Indeed it may really be saidthat they added a new faction to those already existing in in the ranks The demo cratic party in the Senate now consists of the Cleveland men or cuckoos who arefew in nHmber and sTmall inMn fluencc the Jprmanites or antiCleve linuuL dominated the little timthas been done by the major ity of the Senate aud David B Hill who is alone ia but who is fearedbecause of his iriflueuce in the paity outside of Congress With ttese factions each pulling a different way nothing canbo done in the Senate that docs notreceive the support of the republicans It is because of this fact that business continues to improve democratic attempts to tinker with the finance as they did with the tariff The business men the country know that theerepublican benators can bo depended upon to prevent any disastrous financial leiis ation and hope that they can induce the majority to agree to some tariff amendments that will make the reve nues of the government Sufficient to meet the expenditures before the session closes The House is plodding along With he appropriation bills just as thoueh it had never thought of tackling sucha complicated and dangerous affair as a of the countrys finiii cial system Secretary Carlisle niadi some changes m his currency bill and again submitted it to the House Banki ng and Currency committee but it fell 0 flat that the committee made attempt to get it beforethe House 1 ff ft It Jr O TIC E Berry Sets worth 50cr only Butter Dish Holder Creamer all for tfest English Cups and Saucers worth 75c set only Lramps Completerohly y BestGrade Tumblers worth 40c elsewhere close at Thn 6 best goods worth T dv elsewhere at only Berry Sets go now 3 Wade and Butchers Razors the best made worth for 25c 25c 35c 20c set 850 1350 150 50c attend promptly all unlls day or night m city or country corneriOst and tomis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DEPOT CRE3TON JQ4VA H H Ewnro ITanager Q nBRYAUT M D Physician S Offloo Jlannsniook Corning Iowa Tth Street lat door north of C T Cole RALPH NEWGOMB Lath Doors Lime SasfiSlilnilej Pickets Ceiuenl Ana Evsrythliig Desired hy the Trade tgent for Fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vrcomans Mixed Paints Leadsand Oils tto sell I a choice and complotc lino of NURSERY STOCK or SEED POTATOES or both PERMANENT and PAYING POSl 1ION to GOOD MEN We can give you exclusive territory if you wish I PAY YOU to w Hawifs NorffiryCo A FARMER HELD JCr Curtis Residing Near Meetaa Pair of the Gentry Mi Curtis a farmer living in Adams countywest of Nevinville was held up by footpads while on his way home from Creston Friday evening about dusk The robbery took place near the Chrissinger bridge six miles northwest of this city the biidge being used as an ambusciideby the men who performed the operation Mr Curtis who was driving along at a slow gait found his team stopped short by a man at the horses heads ac companied by the admonition frnni the second rascal to hold up his han Is A pistol was held in close proximity to head and he obeyed the sinuDstlin but not until ho had drawn From liii pocket and lei fall into the wagon l ix a roll of bills for about fellows then made a search of Mi Curtis pockets and rounded up seventv uve cents in silver coin but they did not see the roll of bills under his foot Without further ado he was allowed to drive on It is understood that Mr Curtis had taken the money from town to pay a noto and that ia the reason he had so large a sum on his person Tho fellows evidently were not acquainted with this circumstance as they might s easily as not have had it all No description of the parties who performed the robbery can bo secured A SHENANDOAH CBANK The Shenandoah writes as follows Rev C Lippitt of this city will lecture in the opera house Satur day January 10th at on the subject of the movements of the earth He maintains thnt the earth revolvos upon its axis but does not revolve around the sun and claims he can demonstrate the absurdity of tho generally accepted be lief that tho earth docs revolve around Mie sun He has constructed some iVcrenius apparatus in support of his argument and a week from tonjorrow night will have his instruments upon the stage and will give oceular demon stationB of his views Mr Lippit will certainly untertain all who are present whether he convinces them of the cor rectness of his theory or not The Seiiluicl trusts that ho may be given a good audience and courteous treat ment all thilaik ai tne aemocratic administration running the government upon a more economy ical basis than it was the reV pubheans the Sundry Civil appropri ation bill which was this week reported to the House carries S4000000 more tbanwas the current fiscal year Itis clear to the Teriestamateurin public affairs that the action of the Judiciary committee pf the House in reporting a resolutionof impeachment agamst Judge Rioks of Ohio which was authorized by a vote of 7 to 6im the jcommitteei is nothing but bim combe Evengranting that the resoln wiH beadSpted bythe Hbtsei Wiichsufar certiuntfc s are marked so low they willsell aomselv2 Post Office Corning la the rr v LI LJIO senate ip conduct the trial even if other things neore important were There is another littles Obstacle that must befamaiartd the gentlemen who are conducting this farce That is the custom of giving the accused forty days notice in impeachment trials If the opinions expressed by individ ual benators and Representatives are any indications of whatCongress wll do and theyusually arc the very best Great Britian will have to waifa lone timoBefore she gets a chance to lease that Hawaiian island for a cable sta tion Mr Cleveland is accused of having misrepresented thescntiinent of the Hawaiian government concerning that request for the conssnt of the UmtedStates to such modification of the reciprocity treaty as will permit the island to be leased toGreat Britian According to more direct information no government of Hawaii doesnt want that treaty modified at all if the United States will puly officially define i w future intentions towards Hawaii the request was made not because a modification was wanted but to jrive Congress a good opportunity to declare jtoBlf oa the subject and with the belief that it would be refused Mr Cleveland evidently thought different y or howould not have committed Himself m favor granting the request In the opinion of everybody whose opinion is worth having Secretary Gresham would better have sent the correspondence relating to the surrend er or the two Japanese students who sought the protection of an American consul in China andtheir subsequent execution as spies by the Chinese which was asked for bySenator Lodges resolution to tho Senate without com ment than to have attempted to write a defense founded upon assertations not borne out by the official corres pondence as no did Senator Lodge of Greshnms attempt out of the responsibility Instead of those stud ents being confessed spies our rep resentative in China insisted thnt they were not spies at all and that there was nothing to sustain the charge against them except the assertion of the Chinese How Mr Gresham could find warrant for his interpretation I cannot understand 8avclknd whea cleared of timber win be firstclass land for farming purposes After filing upon the lanl Payng the receiver of the land omcoW 08 filing charges Mr Brown went to the county treasurers office and upon inquiry learned that the parcel of land had never beeu placed upon record for taxation The reason w oyefsJRht is explained by the probable fact that manyyears ago the land In question formed part cf an island in the river and the channel since changed to the south left island joined to the north shore The lowest value placedupon the land HOmesteaded by Mr Brown POTTER LARGE ABoinnj J J Aihan Y citizen of Waucoma was instantly killed Monday of last week by being struck by the C St Pfast west train Geo Blount of Monroe Iowa aged 68 years shuffled off this mortal coil uy hanging last1 week JH Coffraan of Shenandoah shot a jack rabbit south of the city Satur day When he first sawit he thought itwasra nnle The iBixyearold daughter of A I the18th by its clothing catching we intend to mcrease our trade reduce the profits and seU more goods and increase our profits PAINTS AND J HAND OM STAND BEST OAKHATeR Hardware with two older children little one The farm house of Hannah Mewhirter four miles south of Gnswolcl was con fareontho9th inst Insured 1 Kreal horse that The oldest man in Iowa who is now ving m Council Bluffs vecontlv cele blrthday His nime fs John Montgomery and ho was born m Scotland in 1702 Ho TINWARE CUTLERY PUMPS BARB WfRE A Share of Your Trade is Solicited FKENN0N America in 1830 came to A FBEAK OF XTATUBE INDE1ENDBX03 Geo beott of this city has recently secured a freak which although not totally unknown to vetruinary science is ex ceedingly rare It is a calf with the alwommal viscera inverted The two fore legs are situated on the right sftle of the head the hind logs on the loft side The spinal column is iimlrnioatli the body while the abdominal cuviiv is on the upper and outside Perhapstho most singular fact is that the calf was carriedinthe abdominal cavity and not in tho womb of the cow No life was existing at lime of birth but all organs were fully matured Homestaading in Polk County PAPER Correspondent H M oftUos Moines wrote to his papers last week as follows That twcntyttfo and a half acres of govern ment land open to the homestead laws con d remain within a mile and a half of the capitol building in this ace of laud grabbing seems little short of im possible but that such a queer con dition of things should exist was proven last Wednesday when George W Brown a resident of Ottnmwa appeared before Land Agent Turberf and filed for entry under the homestead laws on what is described as tho south west quarter of section 13 and the northwest quarter of section 18 in S1 west A Winterset boarding honse keeper was fined 310 and costs for slapping one of his dining room girls KUU1 TobaConde who once conducted a cigar store m Creston died suddenly at Covmgton Ky last week J Mrs Wm WilHams of Gienwood died one day last week while walking a steep hill with her husband to at stitutlon lnmcnt atth8 8tate in Gen Kelsey the commonweal com mander who brought his army to the confines of Red Oak last summer was m Creston last week and was arrested for drunkenness while Oak Sun THE CORNING SaiinssB CORNINCIOWA i F OKEY iA SCUOLZ F L LiBUS W HCLARBT Aeit Ouhiar Trmnacti tegnUr banking banlBen In all U b2SChe8 depoaiu We mte o wver south and east of tho point where the bridge of the Rock Is land line to Wintorsot crosses the river and in addition to being heavily tim bered contains valuable beds of sand Ihe new safe just put in by the Farmers National bank at MaTvern Watent and besides a time looks The oompanyethat3 the safe guarantees it against burglars A 280 on the edge of Silver C0lnty sold for an acre or 825app for the whole farm one day last week There is a Z5COO residence among tno improvements on tlin and the other buildings are to match Moonlight caused a reflection on the eaves of a dwelling in Council Bluffs the other night that looked so much like a fire that a lady who happened to see it turned in a fire alarm When the department reached tho place the mistake was discovered cattle feeder near a It Is osUmatcd that the C B O company pays out 88000 a month to its employes at Pacific Junction 32t OF CORNING Capital and SurphiSj OFFICERS W H HEPLING President A I WELIS Vice President CHAS T COLE DIUECTOKS W S Hefllns A L Wells C W H u Ankeny E Glllct U f Kleh W H Wttrron nrHeadqimrters for Farm loans at 6 per GET S price on the best Wind mill made and also Buggies Wagpns Mowers Binders Binder Twine Barb Wire Nails Buildei a Hardware Etc HHLaRue SELLS BIRDSELLWAGONS OLDS WAGON COOPER WAGONS BUGGIKS SPRING WAGONS TY ISiJ LUMBER OF ALL KINDS PAINTS AND OILS Bottom Prices The Corning Slale Savinos Bank money to lend on improved 0 per cent annual interest optional payments ntf HOME SEEKERS EXCTTBSION To atl points in the south Dates of March ij J C CHICAGO 1fT Formerly in the Department WainhiajIB A line of 50 and 75 cent fascinators out at 35 and 60 cents DELLE r ;

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