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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - February 21, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             We oiler caso o Halls Cahu F J We the un for the last honorable lii i clallyablo o their firm HOLE NUMBER After a Wood an married BROWN AttorneysatLaw State O MITCHELL AttorneyAf Law ATTORNEYATLAVV CORNING IOWA Office WHAT IS EDUCATION TFrora the Contemporary Hoviow We are beginning touniierstand wha education really is what js and wha is not intelligible to a child by wha ways to close a childs nature to knowl edge and by what to rpuse it for the quest and both knowl edge and culture We see that words are rarely more than half understood thao definitions und rules are hind rances or fetters not food or help while things objects pictures and can be apprehended by child fen studied with zest and used for A Chance To Make Koney I am out of dept ard thanks to the Dish Washer business for it In the past five weeks 1 have made over and I am so thankful that I feellike tsllmg every body B0 that they can be bencH cd by my experience Anybody can sell Dish Washers because every bsdy wants one especially when it can be got so cheap I believe that in two years from now every family tvjli have one Yon can get full particulars by VOL XXIII NO8 SEK 2o E E Pittsburg Pa and you cant I mental growth The 1 T ln this business thod with its appeal nrri it s Jealftntl I am not gointr to f let Sllfill nn Bridles Kepair Lnmber Lath SMngiMl Sash Blinds ana blxth street Corning Iowa CORNING IOWA of Philadelphia Dental Col ALL WORK GUARANTEED PHYSICIAN SURGEOX Offloo door south Davis ie Wells law office Residence Just cast of Academy DENTIST it STatiqnal Bank Iowa v for extracting t pain Crown and bridge work a specialty Reasonable for firstclass work for examination Physician Surgeon Oihee over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA LIJ LUU ouiises its provisions for exertions holds the key to the infant class for as Em erson says action is education and the conceptions of a child are formed more by the eye than by the ear Prof Huxley opens the world of bio logical research with the study of a single crayfish andhe would teach geography by starting with the boys garden passfrom it to tho village from the village to the town from the town to the country and from the country to the empire and tue world One of Englands most capable and onginal ieachersthe Rev Edward Tining head master of Uppingham schoolwhen describing a picture of what was going on iiTthe school world said Jt 1S useless pumping in a kettle with the lid on Pump pLp pump Ihepump handle goes vigorously the a virtuous glow of right eous satisfaction and sweat beams on the countenance of the pumper but the kettle remains empty and will remam empty till the end of time barring a drop or more which finds its Wiiv in 11 n will i A tim n0t goincr to let such an opportunity pass without i improvement Wo cant succeed without trying conclusively that it is a stock country As a com and hog country it has morel than local fame Hog cholera never been known and of hogs exported hi farmers independent Those who desire to take advantage I of this last great opportunity will be well repaid to see this country which nes only 70 miles west of Sioux county lover Iowa Henry Wattersop On Lincoln Prom the Philadelphia Press In his memorial address in Chicago uesda muiu tyjlllMl IlndS US way in unwillingly through the spout OPEN TO SETTLEMENT Homer W Johnson sends us the tollowing information of the Yankton Reservation of South Dakotawhich s to be thrown open to settlement in April under the Homestead laws 1 ue and that is to be disposed of under the LI i i i ress n Chicago Tuesday night on the 80th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln Mr editor of the Lo Ule CourierJournal said It was the will of Sod that there shouldhe rth of a new laws is a black loam of ex ellent It is a gcntly undrikv toward H5TEI EWING the y Jr h e f L was and other The uo opened consists of about 00 acres of choice farming lands tract is located in Charles Mix connty directly south of and adjoining Douglas county rr eee EJEwnjQ Manager C Swrg eon 7th Street 1st door north of C T RALPH NEWCOWB Saocojsorto 2siJ Lnmbst Co absorption of our public h f f months has left but a few desirable places for those seeking homes in the west The open nig to settlement of theYankton Reser vation is perhaps the last which the government has to offer of lands with m the corn belt and fruit producing region of the country It borne in mind that those lands are not remote frontier away from vt J Mr Watterson has paid many tributes lwawaory of Abraham Lincoln a3 other eminent Southern orators also aPPaiently made an st effort to make amends f YOTTWANT A KtSS rDrMary Walker in Boston Globe Theres a jolly fresh proverh That Is pretty much lite this That a man is half Iri heaven When he lias a womans kiss But theres danger In And tho sweetness may forslko it So I toll you bashful lover 1 If you want a kiss why take It Never let another fellow Steal amarch on you in this Nevor lot n laugtilni maideii on ra who makVi t POTTER LARGE extensive prepara 18 and on civilization but arc conveniently situated to railroads and market tmvn Similar lands surrounding the vaUon sell from 83 to per acre water is amens or the vilification they heaped upon his head when he was carrying the burden of the war for freedom upon his heart It will soon thirty years since he was assas sinated A good share of the generation that knew Lincoln and acted with him still on the stage but there is not one of the men who pictured him as a baboon m the days of the war who would not gladly unloose the laohet of his shoes if he were alive today H ay oun a depth of from 14 to 30 feet and artesian wells can successfully sunk ut any place Ihe water from several ar esian in Douglas county forms Dutiful creeks mmy miles es largest and most Lath Doors Lime Sash Singles Pickets Cemeul And Evcrjtblng Desired by the Trade Agent far Fay s Manilla Roofing Bradley Vroomans Mixed Paints Leads and Oils eservation The beautiful sheet of water ke Antics central part of th t is over eight miles in i ome places over a mile in in all South ated oay And institution of slavery that Mr Wat torso a says it was the purpose of Provi dence to obliterate from the country i ilw institution before which the North ern Democracy groveled and wallowed in the dirfcm order that they might keep their party in power T Lho Lincoln are toduy are touy his warmest eulogists and those who fought for slavery are thanking God that it was abolished Will another thirty years see sitnh n i J in 3ays Interest on Deposits of and Upward Samo as Any Savings Bank CAPITAL SUIUUOS T I Tennsacta a Panewl DH8IOCS3 Headquarters for Farm Loans Jake its gravelly beach numerous inlets capes promontories and pcturcsquo banks is the favorite resort of picnic parties and pleasure seekers from all over the couotrv iMs alive with fish which are caught aj carried away in large quantities every season It is estimated that 500 tons of lsh were taken from the Jake n a single season vcr fuTlin16 there several through the reservation The terms for tic disposition of the ands are as follows Each ontryman is entitled to iflo acres and at he timo of e pay 60 cenls per acre besides S14 eutrv fees and 8385 additional at the time of making final entry which for seven c in 01der tT try thia wn a Wili the doughfaced whiteliv Gasped hands the burglars of ballot boxes and the butcherers of voters in the South over grow as honest as Henry Water son ancl stand up and of condemnation ou BBoh men and newspapers is already made up as it will pass into history NOT GtTILTY Pastor roprovlnglyjwas that Deacon indignantly tfo sir I did The Strong Man the Bieht of Savings wx mi ICSPI Vfitt only hrce miles from Armor thriving county seatof c Armour has a population of I ho York Advertiser The Allison boom seems tobo havinc harightof way here this week The Iowa statesman is being talked about now as much as Reed ll Possibly this is derstood to be the chief I ho Allison boom say that as between of men If you want a take it Any fool may face a binnon Anybody wear n crown But a man must win a woian If hed liavo her for his own Would you havolho solden apple if lnd the treo and abnk it tlio thingis worth the having And you vnnt a kiss why take it Would you burn upon a desert With a forest smiling by Who would five this aunuy weather For a black and winter ski oh 1 toll you there is majric And you cannot cannot break if t or tho sweetest of loving Is to want a kiss and take it SONG OF A A monster taught To come to hand Amain Asswiftas thought Across tho land The trnin Tho sonsr It sings Has nn iron sound Its iron wings wheels gro round Crash under bridges over ridges And vault tho downs The road Is Aior stile nor gate For Voluminous vanishing white l ho stream plume trails Parallel streaks or lisht The polls bed rails Oh who can follow Thd little swallow The trout of tho sky Bsttho sun Is outrun And time passed by Oer bosky dens By marsh and mead Forest and fens Embodied speed la clanked and hurled Oorrivera and runnels And into theeurth And out again In death and birth Thnt know no pnin for tho whole round world Is a warren of railway tunnels Hark Hark Hark It screams and cleaves tho dark And tho subterranean night la glit with smoky uffht Then out again apnco It runs its thunderig race The monster taught To oomo to hand Amain That swift as thousht Speeds through the land The train DAVIDSON The Wrong Side Of The Fence profits and sell more HANDSOMEST AND BEST TINWARE CUTLERY FAfK TOOLS PUMPS BARB WIRE BUILDING HARDWAE A Share of Your Trade is Solicited F KENNON of the mclosuro began a somewhat i r r personal conversation I JZiegler has removed his nir work that shop Co fche firs Joor north of Wils anit is restaurant InmateWhit pay dao ye get LabororSixtecn bob a week yc mainit LahorerI am worse luekand have six childron A pause then Ininate1m thinking ma onthewrangsidcotbcfenceBolton Try him aaythmjr in the harness line He k the best and sells the cheapest f Orsters cheap at PABK HOTEL BEOPENED W M Robbe formerly of Eureli has reopened tho Park Hotel and nowDPonarnrf fnrnish it J W COAKLEY Plfl SAMuErE KEES n March term A SHERIFBs SALE of Iowa the petition of the Planr claliningof you thnaum nr rn twelve dollars and ndrea land distance besiiio tho lunatic asylum Not i railway track runs for west House In the town ofVornf urt nl1r real estate or o I1 A J liJl LMO the railroad when an Jnmato of services wns to toll that   

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