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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - March 7, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             NUMBER 1374 4LE A SHOWS AttornaysatLaw IOWA O MITCHSLL AttorneyAt Law COHNING IOWA fl G KINDRED ATTORNEYATLAW CORNING IOWA DOIiLIVER AT BOSTON The Boston Journal says that Con giessmanDolliver made the hit of the evening the Boston Cu Itivator a weekly farm published liberal quQtauoo8from Mr DoJ livers speech eucaption Wholesome Truth jiora the West an comments as fol lows Cobgicssinan J of Iowa THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ig neatly andcheaply All work war anted Iowa Brightest men in public lrnble to keep his row even with others in whatever assemblage he linds himself His speech at the ban qiiet of Boston merchants assembled last week to discuss questions of tinancc was the best thing at the table It contains the truths which eastern bankers need to know ami tiie factthah they were presented by Con gressman Dolliver gives assurance that Lheywereputin his own phrase in palatable form fono XtraQt from the speech are us bankng and currency quesliou a A SEVERE The Cause of Sufferiaff and An In crease of Diseases has been the most severe for many years North South East and West intense cold and blizzards have This will surely a great increase of sickness and death Chroniccatiirrli aud Consumption al ways begins by catching cold rhousands have started oh the road to ward a lifetime of misery from ehroqic catarrh or a sure death from consump tion It is not too Jale yet to be sared and restored to a life of health and activity Peruna will do it It never fails to quickly cure chronic catarrh less than two years old Of couree Pe thousands and thousands of XXII NO 0 If you are posted on Chewing Tobaccos you know that BE NKWCOMB CO tith SVngles Doors Cement Etc Etc Billwatei Yards corner Beaton Ave 1 T lUff IOWA i iamtjiiiimciilt I the table cloth is treated as a flag pf truce between the couteudinjr factions of partisan politics f hayeobcerved without feelinir en tirely able 19 intimate skill with hfl gentlemen who ushave ignored the only conspicuous factor of the sHuatiouthe election returns cases of chronic catarrh that have run UUJBUL ior a dining table debate and a rather difficult one for m3Dv bnt in cases that are of G IOWA T of Philadelphia Dental Col ejection ordering a total revo lution m our industrial system in volved in the very of the case a general suspension of business jsvnot necessary to discuss the proposed ve approach of the millenniumwould paralyze trade at leasttili peoplegot time losee what a I Pflnmnomillennium looks like andof i TT a bogus millennium looking niore like the crack of doom than the would operate IciAN SURGEON lit door south Davis Wells Academy F H SCRANTON DENTIST I National Iowa i for extracting teeth I give it a very humble opinion that there rs nothing in our present fapancuilaffairs that Will not yield in stantly to the curative influence of a Irevival of business Give us back the prosperty of and the American people will go joV i ously on their way without any further suggestions from the secretary of the Take badges of idleness and the working people of the United States and they will manage LO struggle on even without jeceiy lnK the blessings of life on the Haiti more plan y have saidHhis notto give a color of pAitisinaclimony to ihestj6 festivi not more recent origin it cures quickly certainly and permanently Every case of cold or cough that has resulted from the effects of our severe winter could now be cured iu a short time by Peruna Not single one need fail All those taking Peruna who desire the advice of Dr Hartmau about their cases should write giving age disease and time of sickness and he will answer free Afew weaka treat ment now will prevent years of suffer ing and iu many death Address tle Perurfa Drug Manufacturing Company Columbus Ohio for a f iee book on catarrh colda ccugh la grippe and consumption For free book on cancer address fir Hartman Ohio 3wk Is much the best Its made by LORILLARD CUMAX PLUG can only Hbutea to its highquali delicious flavor and satisfy feature all judges of Cliewin Tobacco know to be essential of of litical economy ig over questions usLvtta record for conservative prudence in these com Plex national affairs from which many of their critics could derive useful SOnS They have never foil owed the ban Der of hat money electing its most fa Many men ask for a certain of tobacco through force of habit without stopping to there is anything tetter to be had for the same price If you want the best ask CIIMAX Ptuu to take a small tl rink of They have never demanded an is r Paper without I a guarantee Of ts value with which to settle the national debt as Ohio did have never joined iu iHe clamor for an issue of per c ipita in notes as g Jtv the president very buginesslike manner asked ight this way said Governor and beckoning M the same time toUmont and the mayor he led the party to a room which contained four half Were wjth whUkey The presfdent looked at the aad aaul to Governor Francis WIKI are these for S WALL PAPER PAINTS AND OILS Remember f in it Surgeon iwa Store G IOWA ujroraptly all calls day or i eountiy Residence J Lorn is uve JLEWINO adBfOSITE DEPOT jess th IOWA lab W olc Cor nyreao Pin lat door nortli of CT nt in knowyoolc Corning Iowa NEWCOMB f rtoSMiLuertirSM Lime Pickets Cemsnf Bbsired by thft Trade Roofing Vroomans Leads and Oils v need a wisdom that is to the Amencan people Mr Hendnx ofNew York whV combines most ably the functions df congressman and bank piesideat in speaking at the Biitimoiuconvention smfuitli moie than adtoitness that men who nevei had a diaconut in tU6u lives andwouldnt bo entitled to highest occupation had been sutiQg on a barrel at a corner grocery store whittling a piece of wood and have followed the all day iu the hot sun anil tried to Rettle by rule of thumb questions of political economy over which men of scientific attainments hare studied and crown gray such ruen come or send their like to tho halls of congress and want ro dictate the financial policy of he coiin It is riot us who Jiave inherited the traditions of the New Kuglaud town meeting to sneer at the interest of the humble millions of the people in question pf political economv For better or for worse that is oiif system otgovernmeut and so far as my obserration enables lne to speak f Brother Heridrix will protect us from he counsel of scientific persons who iavo grown gray in1 pursuit of juoonbeaiiis and from thj Napoleons of finance who care no more about the money question than a arodealer cares nbout the visible py of ivory we can safely take our ork of the speaK of owa is conmis to stand for fiunifoim and stable curreffcy insponding in volume to the neeas n the ljusiness and Business and exeiyuhere exchangeable at par for tue coin of the wot Id s commerce Wo owe that habitual frame of pub ic opinion n Imvii tp gcnoo JjJ that stands on everyiecontl mile of our terntory and to theMortime that en on us the of one pi the strong men of pur Ham B Allison astatcsmnn who m a public service of thirty years hasnever oncelet go of the hand of experience or lost sight of the landmarks of com mon sense president took ind U c iwn the the failed one carefullj o his lipsfand losing at the red lquO1 piessiun of sweet anticpation said just before emptx mg his glass dont drink profits HANDY DAN Perhaps This Incident Why He Always Was So Well Liked By The President Wash Ington Corrcipondenoc New York Toe Somebody asked Secretary Lamont to a drink the other day Before the colonel could reply somebody else told this story That makes me think of the last I heard some one give the colonel AChance to Vaike Honey The times are hard but there always seems to be opportunities torthose who are wilhfagto workIn the I have made above al selling Climax attended to my regular business bl sides I never saw anything lhat gave general satisfaction One should complain where they can make over a day right at home I Se not canvassed any so anxious are plo for Dish that they send after lady or gentleman do as well as I anidoing for any on can Sell what everyone wat not what everyone wat to thlnkwe inform eaoh the same invitation Clevelands first term miorm eaon Pther through the newspapers of oppor tumucs like this as are many willing to work if they only knew of an Mfg It is not enough that a bill for cur rency reform should be indorsed for a period of two weeks before being culled J the department of the sen ial party was in St Louis revieiving the Tf n r i i i Jt Wlis during After you have tried the president week pllblish the Oh glDoposits of and Q mine aa Any it not enough that a policy shall appear to be wise in a convention of bunk presidents It must alsocomniend ilself to a majority of bank customers and it wj lie no less satisfactory if it looks ru t and reasonable to those unhappy nno DeVer had discount tteir Tho is that no financial nroicct will prosper in a country like this hut is not founded on the average good sensei npd good conscience of tHo peo ple of the United States V It may not meet the instant in dorsement of all for in politics as in other ihngs Goethes sagacious com mentis true that Eveiythinj and wise in this world was at first in the minority that is to say in the soul the heart tho desire of jwem nent persons They were obliged to render those wise plans iirst of all popular and practicable I will tuko the liberty to sny here thnt the people yj ive wil cordially cooperate with the peo of other sections in the mainte nance of a sound monetary policy I know that in gome quarters looked of It was a cold blustering day the sort of weather which makes one draw himself up into thcrsrnaHest pos sible space Governor Francis who was doing the honors looked at the president standing stoically in the face of the wnd while the pariide went by Going to Col Lament tho governor said Colonel do ii would be right if I were to ask the a drink whiskey It is pretty know and it would do him good Ask him to take a drink La mont exclaimed Good heavens man you moan to say that you have been with the president 24 hours and havnt asked him to take a drink The governor looW somewhat surprised hut at the same lime re lieved admitted his guilt and stepping up to the president said Mr President The president turned round looked at him straight in the oye wjioh seemed to take the sand out of the governor who blush ing and stammering hke a young man about to propose to his sweetheart EhMr President do you know it is very cold todayehI thought fitof others to OdOD SXN82 H C Mferwin in talks Horses chiefly as with man He says KAHKET AT THE the eye you i flQ iVhat you should look for is a large clear ludiuous eye what you should distrust asmail eye a sunken an oyo that ihows the white backwaid which indicated bad temper and above all a glassy trem ulous eye which indicates stupidity It s harrt to describe but easily recog nized There should be a considerable between the eyesOThe esrs and tho damage of them are hardly lew signiGcant Wellcut ears that move continually with H general tendency to bo prioked forward indi cate a good and lively disposition Largeejyk if well shaped than very small or mouse ears ears coarse ears ears planted either wery Next in importance to the head come the feet They should be of medium neither like ii mules not The best feet arecupshaped that is so orinjid that when you pick them up hey will hold water Avoid a long backed or thin waisted still New Departure Cultivator V S Planter Vommon Sense Planter Square Corner Sulk LEADERS Island Plows pact rather lowgtanding beast with a Rood heal good eyes and well ears aud you cannot go far wrong Oysters cheap at tw Want that BUILT QN noxoK RBNNBIT frld Anderson Carriage tho Oily 9tf W M Rqbbe formerly of reopened the   

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