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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - February 7, 1895, Corning, Iowa vVHOLE NUMBER 13 0 BUOWN Practice in state Supreme and United Btate Courts First Hatl Baufc 30KSISO IOWA M7 O MITCHJBLL AttorneyAtLaw Special attention given to CWce Second door north of pott office CORKING IOWA CORNING ADAMS COUNT Y IP 7 1895 VOL XXIII NO 6 n Q KIKDBED ATTORNEY A TL A W COBNING IOWA fltoeolal attention given to over Harms Block J W BIXBY ATTORNEYA LAW I will aoou have an office down town and be prepared to do general law business I ikuow I can make of collections probate and all other laVSmtters Intrusted to me Let mehavoa share and tecs wilt be reasonable Buy your feed grinders and feed out ers from ShafeV Mack THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles1 Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly ijhd cheaply All wort war ranted Corning Iowa W ALTER NKWCOMB CO Lumber Lath Shingles Boors h Bllmdi Lime Piints Cement Etc Kte farotjhed comer Bpaton Aye Sixth fttraer CornlcK Iowa HC BABSHART CXRNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED S JOHN8OSMD OOcaltt door soutUJDavla tf e law office Beaidenfce jugt cut of Acadetnj H SCRAMTON DEHTJST Offiie over lst National Bank Iowa New methods for extracting teeth pain Crown and bridge work a specialty Reasonable prices for firstclass work No for examin ation L K GLOVER Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA Will attend promptly all calls lay or night in city or country Residence corner lOst and Lorriis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DSFOT CRESTOS B E Bwras Manager TI BRYAST M D Office Manns Block Corntn Koaldanoe 7th Street Ist door north of O Colo RALPH NEWCOMB DEALER ceit is shown by fully decided upon Lath Doors Lime Sash ShinglesPickets Cement And Everything I esired by the Trade Mgent for Fays Roofing Bradley Vroomams Mixed Paints Leads an d Oils to sell a choice complete lino of JnJKSS2Y BlOOK or SEED POTATOX8 or both PBRMANENT and PWXGr FOSI TION to GOOD NEK W i onn you exclusive territ ry if yo wish wi PAY YOU to ivo UK fc He Hnrto HIEI M w ffi OUB WASHIKOTOK LITTBB From Our Corrcipondisnt Mr Cleveland would be the most surprised man in the United States if his special message to Congress result edin any financial legislation atthe present session He sent that message with a twofold purpose but securing immediate legislation was not ope of them His first and main purpose was to impress the country with the idea that if Congress would not act there WAS nothipg left for the administration but another issue of bonds under the act of 1875 That thiswas a bit of de the fact tli at he had another issue of bonds before his message was1 sent to Congress and had so informed Mr Augnst Belmont the New York banker aud agent for Kotbofailds His second purpose was in a senqe political He desired if possible to commit there publicans in Congress particularly in the House to financial legislation be lieving that by so he would place the party in a position it could not consistently decline to pass a finan cial bill should an extra session be called and it is considered wellnigh certain that one will be called It wai in pursuance of the latter purpose that the democrats on the House Banking and Currency committee have agreed to every amendment to the new finan cial bill proposed by the republican members of that committee and that it has been openly understood that Hri Cleveland desired the bill amended in any way that will get it the support of the republican members of the House The only direct result of Mr Cleve lands message yet apparent ia the open declaration of membersof the Senate Finance committee that agree ment upon any financial bill by that committee was an impossibility This declaration was made on the floor the Senate sby Senators Sherman and Vestv There is a radical difference in the opinions entertained by Senator Voori hees chairman ot the Senate Finance acdtRepresentati WOcbaj llSieansf asto the future cbnf dition the U S Treasury Thelat ter gentleman believes or rather he said in a speech On the bill for the re lieal of the differential sugar duty w hich this week passed the House that he Relieved the Treasury would very soon have a comfortable surplus while the former uses the following language in a financial bill that he submitted his committee Be it enacted etc that to enable the Secretary of thei Treasury to provide forand to main tain the redemption of United States n otes and also to enable him to pay current deficiencies in the revenue is Jtuthorized etc It is needless to tell the intelligent leader thattoe view of isthe correct one and that the Treasury surplus1 is sni far as can be seen at this time metely a figment of Mr Wilsons imagination and his hope The big republican majority m the iext House has been having a marked influence uppn the actions of the dem ocratsof the present House A case in point was the of the committee on Elections that Rep resentative Childs of the Eighth Illi nois district whoso scat was contested is entitled to the sent he now holds This leniency wonld be remaikable if there were not so many democrals whoee seats will be contested in the nsxt House Well growled souths era Senator I wondnr who will give Greshnm and Cleveland their next snubbing It would seem that the bot tom of tho ditch of degradation had been reached when Mexican greasers can with impunity snub the United States government The irate Senator was referring to the curt with which the Mexican government met Mr Clevelands offer to mediate be tween Mexico and Guatemala The noted pension case of Judge Long of Michigan which had been in tho Washington courts for some was this week decided in Judge Longs favor the court holding in a long and elaborate opinion that Commissioner Lochren had no right to reduce the amount of tbe pension It is said that the administration proposes baring the case appealed to the Supreme Ceurt Metnwhile Commissioner Lochrehj who having been a judge himself ought to know better Ss talking in a way that may get him chanfcd with contempt of court For instance he said The only way that J nil go Long could be restored to his former rating is through a new certificate tobe signed by the Secretary of theJuterior and the Commissioner of Pensions How Judge Bradley who delivered the decision expects me to restore the pcosiou if the Secretary does not agree to hare a new pension certificate exe cuted is a problem that I shall leave the Judge to determine ABOUND THX 8IQPX The business of Stantons grange store was in 1894 The Creston Advertiser states that John Sullivan was attacked by a couple of vicious near the court house on Friday evening One of them bit him on the leg Operator Jefcrj came to his assistance and fought thl brutes with a club The polite when notified started out to kill thtom A telephone line is being putin be tween Conway W H Ballard Aftonj Creston on a charge of sonated a U S revenue officer He frightened a man who was in a counterfeiting into bin not to arrest There aeems to be a lamentable Jack of good gutter makers around Mace donia The Blade says that out of 300 pounds by Dye Bros 4 Co the leading mercantile firm there in one week lately only 90 pomnds could be used for the table The other 810 pounds was barreled up and shipped to a re finery t A Glenwood hardware finrf was Tic timized last week by a stranger who presented a forged erder for a lot of paint to be shipped to Pacific Junction he claiming to be a workman on the new depot being bnilt there The paint was sent and the night it reached there the car was broken open and most ofitrtolen x i DJ Millar a Creston business man had a bag of money stolen ago It contained 116 in silver aud a check for Mr A few days later a 14 year old girl while buying candy in a confectionery store was seen to throw a piece of paper into the store and ja few minutes later when the clerk went fix the fire he noticed the paper was not burned Taking it he found it to IM check payable to D J Miller1 found to 4J fas arrested and from her past record there is little doubt that she was the thief MrJ A Kyle shipped buckwheat o Clarlnda Corning and Syracuse Nebraska Wednesday He has sold 45080 pounds this fall Sentinel Direction of Orchard An inquirer writes Prof Budd J elieve our present of setting ipple trees is wrong Insteadiof running he rows north and south and setting he trees 10 to 18 feet apart in rpws with rows 25 to 80 feet apart the rows should run in the direction of our principal winds which are from north west to southeast and from southwest o northeast Weshould set the trees ibout 28 feet apart each way anfl run ho rows northwest to southeast and southwest to northeast Unobstructed air circulation is the main thing in a f ordinarily planted I findthe rees soon forindense walls of branches and leaves running northand south which obstruct all as ih6 wiridis rarely north or south I al ways find heat between the orchard ows even when outside the winds iave a brisk movement When the sun shines warmlyinwinter the lower eds of air between the north and south planted troes become tod much leated while those planted from northwest to southeast would be cooled by the northwest or southeast winds Prof Budd Tehiarks Theneed of air circulation in the blossoming time will not be disputed and a hot shelter ed position for an apple tree is not jarded favorably by any r of our ex perienced planters The plan propos ed by Mr Peshong will give a much better circulation while the orchard is young but with such growers as Hibernal Oldenburg and many other Russian apples the circulation in a few be much impeded The main wind beneficialto an orchard is that from the northwest Henoe we would prefer planting in running from northwest to southeast 40 feet apart with the trees only 16 feet apart in the rows At this distance apart the trees weuld be near enough in line to screenthe stems fromthe rays of the 1 oclock sun and they will form a screen for protection from the southwest winds which are never beneficial feet apart in the rows the north part of the slate wjjjere only the smaller growing ironclad varieties arc profitable AM Omuha man deserted his wife last wiek because she could not cook Let all damsels take warning loth ing i Hou TO ALEiCQSl ABX A FEW OP THK BARGAINS Kens STTITS that cost at wholesale to OO will out at OVKBCOATS that cost at wholesale to we wiU out at 17NBKBWSAB that cost at wholesale 65 to will close out at WOOL 8HIBTS very cheap We also have a big line of Boyss Knee pant Suits that go for Lees than Whole sale Cost 5 Aak to see our f 250 Shoes that we are closing out at This sale will be for cash Dont miss the place 0 WISEHAKT Manager Cupids iderlnc Chaaewlto Cubld long the ourlous maldea stood Ttptoe through the branches peeping florslie fonpvstera she yearned IDT tile partlnjr riyly to sUke her thirst that burned Stooped and kissed th rogues mouth shyly Now the boys open wide AM upen thenJkU he gaz 6raips an arrow at hia side thkwaldea tarns to x Jiwift the acrow tattoosttttx r T Cupid withftleepdaniSi eyes moment tbrbush the buatasv Where the maid still flies Then adowm the wood he rushes Vow the shaft the quarry Now It poor Fbcebes Maldensfereyou wake Love tarry Pint to aloh his every dart BKenyon in the Century for Feb ruary TJncle Sams Lament Break break break fj For the treantry doors Wall Btreetl Anil we woula some power could atop em Ero the ru In la njade completel Its obi for the farmers boy Who tplU In the bent ot tho day Its ohlfor the prlea ot cotton And the taxes the poor people pay And the stately With their holds ladea with gold But its ohl for another issue of Willie tbe countrya bought and soldi t Atlanta Constitution LIST OF IOWA PATENTS Granted to iavoutorsL this week Re ported byC1A Solici ors of and Foreign Patents Patent rrigtoh 1 Brandt Davenport Rollpiper holder and iutter A J Gillespie Atlantic Pneumatic dispatch appafa us GB Hart Viola Hoe or shovel C Trester AnanaosR Rope ooupling Bmilea we could have pumpkin ieslike mother used to make WiferHdwdid she make why they didnt taste he least bit like they were pumpkiu In the last church fair did the young adies take part SlimpurseGreat Scett no they took Mrs Backbite was really very agree able at Mrs Livehighs dinner pany Dear me she mutt have been near y famished Does Mrs Asktrump enjoy a game of whist dont suppose she knows 4why nott She never played any but a game this luck Oyster soup for dinner I irUess What makes yon doubt it found four oysters in mine Madge ii all out of temper because saHl you saw her talking to Mr Hes a very nice man isnt het Yes it wasnt that but to think hei1 sleeves were small enough to see areund Mrs do belive Mrs Gay girl grows younger every day Mrs she tho same nge for the lost three years POTTER LARGE m are making extensive prepara tion tofurnish the people with the best of goods and Iraegfc pricer especially in increase our i trade reduce profits and sell more goods and increase our profits HAND OK ST AWD BK3I OAK H ATeR i The Public JUpldly Andlnc tHelr Way to onr fine itoek of Hardware TINWARE CUTLERY PUMPS BARB WIRE FARM TOOLS rnnm JIUULC BUILDING HARDWAE P per A Share of Your Trade is Solicited THE CORNING I CORNING IOWA i F OKEY Pres JASCtlOtZ YlcePrealdcnr P L LABUS Cuhler WHCLARK Aest Gashter OA H H A P Okey CP Anilrewi I A Scholz V franacti ft regnltr banking badneis In all iti branches Intereat paid on deposits iftlOOormore We mkKe a of real tttate Call on ua ia oar lorine the Fair BBAJNABDS KUSICAL WORLD Tha Febuary number of this popular magazine contains a large amount of choice musical reading inclvding arti cles by Win H Sherwood Emil Lieb ling Robert Goldbeck and other emi nent musicians Fine portraits of Liatz Shumann Melba and other illus trations are given together with four piano pieces and H beautiful new aong pages of music in all A piano lesson by Emil Liebing also a fine portrait suitable for framing is given with each number Terms 15 cents per copy To intro uce the WORLD to those who have never taken it it will sent four months on trial on receipt of 35 cents in stamps Address The S Brainards Sons Co Chicago We offer One Hundred Dollars for of Caurrh that cannot cored by Cttarrh F J CHENEY 4CO Props Toledo O Wt the have kn own F J Cheney tor he believe him perfectly honorahte In all business tmnnnciion clalljr to curry out any obligation mado by their flrm Wholesale ToluJo O WAinmo KINNAN Jb Druc glit Toledo O Halls OHturrh Care In taken Internally act ing directly upon ihu hlood nn iniicnn 1 Ihs ysiem Prlne TiSc pur hotlle Sold by all Dragons TotlmoaUiit her 541 Coffee 15 cU per ft at B F Iveys prioe on the best Wind mili made and alto Kowerm Binder Twime Barb Wire Nail Builde Hardware Itc UiltUIUiiiU j The Corning State Sayings Bank Has money to lend on with 8100 optional payments lYtf BLACKSMITBpra B F Campbell has removed hie shop to the old brick shop on 6th and Adams streets where lie invitoa all his old patrono good work in all the branches Rates Reasonable B F Vance the tinner will put up r ing and do roofing cheap aim at r Beymers ll Je to
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