Adams County Union, January 31, 1895

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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - January 31, 1895, Corning, Iowa i and t icse di CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IQJVA JANUARY 01 1895 tVflOLE NUMBER D VLB iC mUWH Cuur i At ForneysrfLaw Supreme niid United State first SUM JBaui ims W impoi puns 301HISOIOWA I PHI 1 Che i will joints Mi on tbi 6 and U s RaSlfo O MITCHELL Attorney AtLaw SpeoSi dMjn to colleetioni Office Second doox north of olflcf IOVYA jt G ATTORNEY A TLAW COHXDfG IOWA attention siren to collections Office T BIX BY LAW I will soon have ui office dov n town and bo pnjiiaifcrl to do uenpraUdw business I know I ein mixke a success of collections probate and aU fjfchijr Jiw jjitiuitGd to mo Let me have a share antl fees yili lie i easonable Buy jour feed grmdcis anrt feed out ersfiom Shafei A THOMPSON SEN re oi Harness Saddles Collars Whips Combs Brushes etc ing neatly and chniply All work war ranted Oouiiiig Iowa Bridles Repair OTJR WASHINGTON LETTER Prom Our Regular Correspondent WASHINGTON Jan25 may be Senators besides Gray of Del aware and George of Miscfssippi who are in sympathy with Mr Clevelands policy toward Hawaii but they are the only men in the Senate who have even pretended to defend that policy during the discussions which have been a feature of the morning hour in the Senate this week Senator Hale has offered an amendment to the Diplomatic aud Consular appropriation bill ap propriating lor the survey of a cable loute connecting the Hawaiian Islands and the United States and has given notice of his intention to press it to a vote bofoie the bill is disposed of From the sentiments of opposition expressedvm connection with Clevelands endorsement of the acquisi tion of one of the Hawaiian Islands by Great Britain for a cable station there appears to be a good prospect the adoption of Senator Hales amendment f Sinco the failure of Senator Ransom ou his financial mission as ambassador from the deniociritic Senators to His Majesty Grover I to bring about an agreement of any kind those Senators appear to haVe adopted a sort of goas youplease everyrainforliinisolE idea of the situatiou aud the result is the introduction of two new financial bills one by Senator Joues of Arkansas aud the other by Senator Smith of Y both pravrdiug fertile issue of3 per lain for months the least Several opium joints were recent raided inDes Momes and the inmate arrested The capital city seoms boun to keep right in the swim with the pre teatious burgs that can ailoid Lexoi committees The large livery barn of M W Wil son at Crestpn together with the con tents which included eight horses oni carriage two carts five sleighs sew ing machine wagon several sets oi harness anda large quantity of hay corn was destroyed Sqnday morn ng by iiio The loss will approximate While Usbing in a Hardin countj stream a farmer carelessly picked up and openeda clam Tn it he discovered a pearl of remarkablesize and puritv ami it is reported that he has offered a large price for it Iowa soil willprgduce almost anything Dont be surprised to hear of diamonds being turned by somebodys plow next spring Peerless your nul SEWCOHC CO Dcalorsiin Shiriglcs Doorai Sash Blinds Lime Paints Cement IHc ITtc gladly farnUlied Yarda comer Beaton Aye Bd Slslh struct Cbruina Iowa HC CORNING IOWA GiMduatc of Piulilclpiiia Dontal Col lege ALI WORK GUARANTEED PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office I5t door south Davis Tfolls Kcsldouoe just c st or Acadumy cant bonds up to But there the resemblance stotis The Smith bill is for a nonpartisan currency commis sion to make siiepoit next December on charges which might be advantage ously made in the currency system while the Jones biU provides for the limited coinage of silver the govera ment to retaiu the difference between the marketvalue of the Imliion and the money coined as seignioiage the Vedqction of the national bank currency to onefovirtji of 1 per cent and allows thcTbanks to issue currency to the par value of the bonds they posit with the Treasury Tho tBe Judic aiy after Judges Ricks of Ohio andoncof Hie principal witnesses against him a man whpwastlismissed frpna office by Judge decided that the Judge had boon guilty oft nothing more serjousttran Carelessness an making ap hivaccouuts and that there was no reason Jor his aieut HtCetisiuB being pnu ishmentforhim This probably ends the matter although Representative Bailey of Texas Stilrsayj he intends the Heuse to adopt an im eachtueut A WHEEL COBNING WAT A bicycle ride to Corning a distance of twentyfour and fortyone sixty Hotel Ewing to Hotel isicpn and is one of pleasure and profit Tno route leads throtigh a sec t in 1 ri ii F H SCRANTOrC BEMTIST Oflbe over 1st National Bank Cornmgy Iowa New methods for extracting teeth without pain Crown and bridge work a specialty Reasonable prices for firstclass work No charge for examination fa C i Phyoician Surfon Office ovur Andrews aitig Store CORNING IOWA Will attend piompLly i uills day or night in city or country corner lOst and Lomis avc HOTEL IHWING OPPOSITE DfiroT CRESTON IOWA E E EITIXO Manager f n M D JEMiysiciasi Offloc HannSBlock Cjruinjr Iowa 7th Stroot 1st door north of C A of Secretary Reynolds Hi tlio ftterior department practically drops 10000 MissDnri pen RALPH to Sasi Lanist Oo Lath Doors Lime Iiingios Pickets G8in8it An1 EvsryUiiDuDalrcl liy the Trafle Ageni for Fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vroomans Mixed Paints Leads and Oils to sell choice and Uno of STOCK or POTATOES or both ami JAYING POSI TION to GOOD We you nxehumo von wish YOUto WM us mHawUc IJir1 YM 71 UdllAU ul1 give to prevent itT In peusiou laws previous to that of 1890 tho provisional milita of Missouri al though it never was formally enrolled as 1 part of tha regular U S army has been recognizedas a part oftne vJiich it actually was so far as thb peiformanee of duty was concern ed in the granting of pensions to Ihose iio served tlierein and about 10000 of Micm havo been drawing pensions nndtr the act of 1800 but Mr Rey nolds tlccidcs that thuy onn no longer do so because they aro not specifically mentioned w that act A joint rcaolu tiou was promptly introduced nud passed placing these Missouri pension eis under tho act oE 1890 so as to save these veterans annovflnee from tb decision of Mr Reynolds Public Printer Benedict lioor calledonfor an explanation of hisOi chaige of Union vetfraus without cause in viblatiou of law and as li cail is made by the Sonate it will have to be answered A bSIK bas also been introduced inthe Seiiatd by Senator Quay to abolish tlieoffine of Public Printer and elect a Congressional Printer to superintend the work of the Government Printing office Two important court decisions wore this week handed down in Washington The firstwas from the U S Supreme court dechiring that the formation and operation of tho supar trust was iiai a violation of law and was dissent ed from by Justice Ilarlan The second was thatof one of the local Judges denying the injunction which was ask ed fprvto prevent the collection of the iucomc tax on the ground that the lawimposing hut tax was imconstitu tional and holding that the income tsix is valid Notice of an appeal was given Although the U 8 Supreme Court only x few years ago decided in favor of tha ot an in oomo tax it will Juivo to decide it againit seems AROtTNB THE SLOPE An exchange says cotton seed fed to hogs means aurc death The Davenport cily council has re fused to pass ui oiiltiancc requiring pedders to pay a license Tiie economy fever lias struck in up in Cuss oounty and the salaries of county ollicials have been reduced Tabor colkgi is trying to increase its endowment oilOOOCO Seems like hitching a wagon to a star During the year 1805 Amity ceJobiates ils fortieth anniversary aa the institutionwas founded in 1855 A Farragut has figured out thfi for 18D1 in that section aa oniy 17 inches average would be atxiiit Tho yhcnandoah Eloctci1 Co declamd a six per cunt iivvWuiul on their Kiock They iiavo uo Hiialits in opeiaXipn Nearly ago Mrs E R Wood ford of Siicnandnah lose her gold walch A short limo ago she found it in i c wood pilu at home where it bad tion of country that is fair to look up onas an agricultural district and bya road so long been usedas to be almost national as a highway from the east to the west through iowa in the enrjy days of the country and the days of wagontransportation The road is charjged somewhat from the early trail by reason of the square turns and di rection along section lines for the fencingin the farms formerly run ning along the ridges following the natural lay oftbe country and known state road The first timber at the old Riggs farm now owned arid occupied fay A T Worsfey Esq which atone time was of large growth aad dense underbrush marks a point where the pioneer was wont to make camp and one of the eariy and best known settlers uncle Sammy Riggs In place ofcoine through the woods as formerly it is barely reached andskirted on the road at the east Stringtown an old lind mark several milesfuither on with its church and cemetery markswhat was In the early day a sort of a trading post and one of the first settlements This route thoughsomewhafc hilly is the bast route westward from Creston Several of the grades are long arid some arestee reuirin c NOTICE is hereby eivcn to the people of Corning and Aflams Co that the Post Office Crock ery and Glassware store must be closed out at Closing out this stock will the people a chance to get dishes for almost nothing 8 d0eS this PaPer you will do then a kindness to show notaPPear and 1 tre sold that sold at some price So come and see what a few thndof t pennies will buy Berry Sets worth 50c only Butter Dish Sugar Spoon Creamer all for Best English and Saucers worth 75c set only Lamps Complete only Best Grade Tumblers worth 40c tlsewhere close at 100Piece Dinner Set best English goods worth ftt only All Berry Sets go now 100 Wade and Butchers Razors the best made worth and for Tf Hen you see this advertisement dont wait but come to the Post Office Cornin Iowa as the goods wont last long at the prices we are sellinat This stock 25c 26c 35c 20c 20c set f 860 1350 150 50c Post Office Corning la TH TVT C v When the World Busts Through Casually By an earthquake o wu ivy ii nuu auillt aresteep requiring considerable riding tact andabUity to negbtiatdwith a roauhoweTevitsii and every wheelman Jof thVtwo towns Corning and Creston shouldmake the trip several times Some or the roadwork on the hills is notable for the evident intelligence of tho road supervisors as to how properly ptit a hill into good condition Coruing is a pleasant place to visit though situated in somewhafc hilly ground and thu dining places are good and the prices reasonable Well built business houses of neat appearance the court house a modern structure the homes generally models in comfort and surroundings with several costly and really handsome residences and grounds Quite a good many riders of wheels aud the people are of the right sort The itinerary is ae ollowssouth west city limits via Adams tieot New York and Pruiie avenues I H miles thenoe continuing south Rostand south crossing railway track HI then turn west crossing again the 111iviy track taking the road to left southwest following the tracks again crossing same and going directly south to the Orst west 5 miles TakiSg he road west to the right go ing past first CVQSS scads west And keep ing ahead to where the roads turns to south a hill look put ajt this turn as the road is very sandy and if made at speed will surely cause a precipitate dismount Going south up the hill which may bp climbed by a good rider but had best be walked At top of the hill turn west aud go to the road turn ing south A school house here mijpsv The Riggs Grove to the west fap he road going south to first road turning west Oil miles Tho rcmd going west gbesi lp a grade and a large barn and a at top von need make ho mistake directly west to Striugtown miles from start This point bv the little chltteh corner ill the cross roads and the pcinetevy at northwest corner across road north from the church Continue directly west When nearCorningyou pass through a smallVftQdJVnd and the road turns north Go nqvth anV northwest cross ing the stream or river bybridge and taking tho turn Aorth over the bridge spanning railway tracks then to the left west to Hoto Bacon and principal street of Corning Fair tfmp hpurs and minutes good tirno 8 hows and you ing to make it In any toss tiimv Many grades are long though not expossiyely steep and it is well to koep vtfiir wheel under centroluntil you knowthe road coast the first trip sometimes there is quite ah offset and eulverts and you easily haye sctfl as yei rim This wtfte is weill ing over fcftd mcl js in the direction of the century 11113 votu Creston Being parallel witbthe main line of the railway a smashupts robbed of much of its hardship as the several trains daily make it possibi to got homo quickly and easily Corning rUurs would bo welcomed to ijombur shii in our club as would in tot all itjho riders in the surrounding towns syim being the roadbook ofbntual interest to all within a radius of tfreir five ortifty njiloa you are inv6d An whats life goln to do Anhowahejrolii to do It When the world busta through Ma she says tell What Wre coming to An Pop says hes la plum POTTER L1RGE Out la the street r An the ground split up Bout forty Ma says gbe 1st hibetsrpa Like we had a Down tit the stable r Where we Ma the earthquake Might makeltf all An Pop says Moren like Swaller barn and all Laudyl cf we bothwuz Runnlu way from school Out In the shady woods Where Its all so cool Ma says a big tree Might squash our head An1 Pop says Chop cm out But wheres a boy An1 whats he jroln to do An howe hogoln to do it Ef the world busts through Ma says she cant tell W h a l woef com tol An Pop says hes Is skeerod plu throu eh A Share of Your Trade isSolicitedL FKETJTWYIT ties Momes Building and Loan Companies inquiry is made as to the Jes Moiaes institutibnsof this charac er by Corning people Investments in hem depend upon the plan of opera tion ami the character of the officers Hqn Jno McHugh exU S bank ixannner and exState Treasurer Bceson were recently named by the ex ecutive couQcil of iowa to examine these institutions Ihe report of examination of the Home Savingsand Loan Association is now published and it makes a strong endorsement for the wisdom of the plan nnd the ability of its officers mere is but one salaried officer con nected with the company and the expense account is kept below er annum including every outlay ilie secretary and active manager of Mr CF Tnylo Is a unlive of Polk oouoty was for three crms a county official knows every body and all the real estate values to an unusaal extent This is the kind of management we would like to see pat by Corning Investors they The more people knq w the less brag about it It is a great mistake to suppose that money can buy happinesg Trialg never make us weak They only show us that we are weak Every day is a little life and our whole life is but days repeated Nothing pays a poorer interest on the nvestment than wearing a long face The jjuan who talks much abeut him elf will always hare a tired audience The nation has nobetter friend than hn mother who leaches her child to ray Thomnnwho is afrmd to look his aults squarely in the face will never get rid of them Attention Farmers Go to Vance no tinner for creamerysupplies inl Binding shipping CUDS atrinew etc hardware rore extensive 811 the Pe goods and lowest prices especially in WALL PAPER PAINTS ANI OILS Remember that we intenii to profits increase our eumbre goodfrrMKi v HAND OK STAWO B33JJ ATeR of I TINWARE CUTLERY BARB WIRE PARK BUILDING HARDWAE THE CORNING ale Saiiiifs Bant CORMlNGiOWA r OKET ASCUOIZ VicePresident W Cuhlw K rj O A Andrew B A regaur banking bnilneii In branches Interest paid on depoiiU fSlOOormore Wo mte i ipecliilty oi wtite loaaa Call oa In oar balldlot Bring the Fair OOF CORNING Capital and Surplus j OFFICERS H HBPLINO rrcaidorit A L WELLS Vloe President OHAS T COLS S Hefting W pIRECTOKS A 1 Wells C W Cnuner i Warren Chna Cole for Farm loans rr LaRue i SELLS IIEIRDSELLWAGONS 1 OLDS WAGON COOPER WAGONS BUGGIES SPRING WAGONS LUMBER OF ALL KINDS AX D oiLsll Bottom Prices BETMKES priofl on the best Wind mill made and Savinoc Corning SUU Bank B Ij Campbell hag removed hfa shop to the old1 brick shop on 6th and Adams strecU where he invitw all his old paroas Gharantew good work in all the varioM branchs JRatei Reagonable B P ;

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