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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - March 14, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             vVHOLE NUMBER 1375 CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 14 1895 VLB A BROWN Attorn ayst Law i and Unlnd Stale IOWA DB HARTXAK VTT OMITCHELL AttorneyAtLaw lft uttoulinn given to collections Office Becond door norih of poH office conxisa IOWA TjVG KINDRED ATTORN E Y A TL A W CORNING IOWA Special attention jriven to collections Office over Manns Clock THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa NBWCOMB CO Dealersin LnmbBr kith Sin1ia Doors 8ash Blinds Lime Paints Cement Etc Etc EeUcatea gladly furnished Tards corner Beuton Aye and Sixth Btroet CorninK Iowa iHC BAHNITAUT CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED Ty 8 JOHSSOSM D PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis TV ells Residence just cast of Academy F H SCRANTON DENTIST Oflije over lit National Bank Xowa ITew inathods for extracting teeth pain Crown and bridge worKa specialty Reasonable prices for flratrdais work No charge for examination O K ULOVKK Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA ill attend promptly all calls riay or night in city or country Residence corner lOst and Lomis ave Said In a EeeSnt Lecture on Chronic Catarrh and Consmption Catarrh of the lunss is ordinarily known as consumption also called fcii borculosis In these cases the catarrh has usually foiind its way into the lungs by the gradual extension of tUe disease from the throat through tlvo bronchial tube5 Consumption isjthe natural ter mination of all cases of neglected chron ic catarrh Every one who is afflicted with chronic catarrh b liable to bo at tacked with consumption at any time In the tirst stages of the disease Pcnv na is a surecnre in the loiter stages of the disease Peruna canhe relied up on to produce great benefit and in a large per cent of cases produce a per manent cure All those afflicted with this dread disease should begin at once the following treatment After all oilier means have been tried in vain after doctors have pronounced the case hopeless and friends have given up in despair after the pluient has lost all faith and the incessant care of at tendants seems futile still there is hope in Peruna Send for a free copy of Family Physician No 2 a complete treatise on chronic catarrh coughs colds la grippe and consumption Ad dress The Peruna Drug Manufactur ing Company Columbus Ohio For free booK on cancer address Dr Hartman ColumbusOhio Note from The Century Co The Centurys Life of Napoleon has caught the popular fancy in ti most sur prising way and copies of the maga zines have been hard to get unless pur chased within a days of issue With each installment says the Critic of March 5 the value and thorough ness of the work becomes more mani present revival of interest in iSftppleon hns been only a lucky coin cidunce for Tho Century as Professoi Sloanes history was projeclcd audits publication in 1835 decided upon long before there was oven in France any unusual interest in the character of Bonaparte who belongs to the present intelleetu ally and politically But says one Harlan has had a lifelong successful experience in poli tics and government The people of Inwa retired Mr Harlan twentythree years ago Why Our fellow citizen FrankH Davis voted for Mr Hiirlan for U S Senator in the memorable contest in which Mr Allison first elected to that officeIn 1872 What defeated Mr Harlau There was something about SIOCO worth of stocks or bonds in the credi niobilior Nothing dishonest But writer is impressed with the groalness of Mr Hnrlahs associations andthe greatness of the historical periotl 6 Mr Harlans public service We W of the opinion that Iowa has today many citizens equally qualified jvitt him to transact Iowas executive busi ness and with their full vigor and strength in their favor TT T H Q v JLJLctl U A few moments after rending IJrb Inghams remarks we caimVacroFsnhe foltowing which bears out his position from Burlington Hmvkryc JHon James WiIson is home frqirn Washington Imvjngclosed tvyeiveiyears of faithful servicein the United States senate The HawkEyo profoundlyTer grots that the senators home comingis not under more cheerful eonditionsVFor several yearsthe senators health has been precarious and H is with great djf iculty that he was able to meet his sen a torial duties but au indomitable will and a high conception of public duty spurred his physical powers to the ife luirements of bis office It is to be loped that an entire relsase from public work and rest from all cares will bring i the senator at least a partial restora ion of health HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DEPOT CRT5STOX IOWA R S KWING Jfinarjer r M D EMiysician A OlBao Manns block Corning Iowa Rasl lonoe Tth Stroot Lit Joor north of C T Cole RALPH NEJrVCOIHB Lath Doors Lime SashShlnglBs Pickets Cement And Kvcrythluff Desired by Ilia Trade Agent for Fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vroomans Mixed Paints Leads and Oils Pay3 Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank Sfo noono StTilPLUd Tennaacta a Fjncnil ntinlilng IluaincBa fW S KEPMSO Trfsident OFFICERS A I Wurr Vl3cPresidcnt T CnrB Ciishler Headquarters for Farm Loans The Corning Slate Savings Bank Hiis money to lend on improved frcma at 0 pur cent annual interest ilb optional payments 14tf The Royal Baking Powder was in trod need to he public overa quarter of acentmy ago and flora that time lie eu of breadjSjbiseuitu cako nncl anrd from that fcime abo began the decline so fiequently remarked bythe medicalfraternity of those dyspeptic former ly prevailed among the American peo ple No lias had more influ cn6o in tluis beneficially affecting the health and comfort of tne people than the Royal Baking Powder All About Driving Around Creston Gnzcltc Ins Thursday About oclock this morning C H Bond formerly of this city now resid ing on a farm in Adams county near Kent came into town and appeared before Justice Maxwell with inform ation i warranting the arrest of Jno Jones another farmer The charge against Jones was assault and battery liond slated that as ho was coming to town ho overtook Hayes about three miles out Howas in a hurry nnd attempted lo drive around his neighbor but Jones was obstinate and preentcd him from taking the lead by whipping up bis horses whenever Bond attempt ed topass him But when Bond would fall in behind again Jones would re sume bis slow pace This was decided ly aggravating to Mr Bond but finally he succeeded in getting along side of Jones and was about to take the lead when Aho latter struck him over the head with his whip A warrant was issued for the arrest of Jones and placed in the hands of Constable who arrcsled the offender and brought him into court Jones entered a plea of guilty am paid a line for assault and battery THE AGE OF A GOVERNOR There is a groat deal of talk about ripe experience for governors and other political offices Who of you among us having decid ed to start a large manufacturing or other business enterprise would place at its head a man above seventy years WhatwouW you prolably do It may be unkind and ungenerous to discuss it butyou would select a successful man in tho full vigorof his work and years We know sentiment is all against our tricnd Harvey Ingham of the Ufprr DCS but sense is with him when he says The biennial revival of James Har lan for the governorship recalls Nasts famous cartoons of Tilden whom ho al ways pictured as being taken from a grave yard Mr Harlan had his day in politics back in war times Tho fail ure of Senator Wilson during his last term and the probability that Senator will bo unable lo render any further siTvjco than merely to hold his seat ari sulliuient against tile Ijolicy of one generation sucking iu of lice hohlcTJ in anolhor The governor ship demands a young vigorous man Mr Ingham seems cold blooded Hit he isnt Godbless the venerable fathers of Iowa that they could hide with us always We will soon be theold men ourselves It is the Wa of all earthly and when we are the ok men we must be content to find gratia cation in the vigor of our sons and p Iowas sons and take pride in the ability to steer the strip of stateas wel as or better thanwe old men Many men oit many minds XXIII NO 11 O A Harris tbe exclusive Hardware dealer Las just received the nicest line of GASOLINE stoves ever liruiiglit to Corning Every family in the county should hare one Hell sell em riht JRI K it t mi 1 CLIMAX Beats all other kinds Ghniax Plug is muct the best chewing tobacco madfe ItsLorillards First Imprewions of Virginia BjfcAn ILcttcr written by Mrs A Cambro You ask me how I like tho country 1 will tell you as much asI can tell you about it but if we had beenhere two or throe years wo would know more about it It is a rolling prairie ami woodland very pretty to look at some hing like Iowa only a good deal more woodland As for health it cannot be Most of the people who are here from other states came here on account of health and as they say they surely got it I could name you a dozen or more who said they came for their health and are well and heartytoday but I have no space I will only men tion ft lady who was here last week she would tip the scales at from 185or 300 pounds She said that when she came here her doctor did not give her six months to live As for ourselves we never were any better than we re hero As for tho people do not consider them a hot bud of hrey rebel A great many of them told us that the war was the greatest blessing this country ever hadVirginia was monopolized by a lot of planters who owned their negroes had their shops etc on their own places and a poor man covild not get a days work to save his life A great many of thorn in arguing on polities told us also that they used to bo red hot dsmocrats but they are chuck full of that now Clevelands ad mi nisi ra tion did more gooA in that lino than anytiling cUo As a class they are easy going shiftless lazy and good natnrad They are very religions They all go to church all ask the blessing at the table They have line houses dress well keep colored holp in the houso and on the farm and tbe height of their ambi tionis to be wailed upon and rmvke ends meet They are mostly smart well educated very gentlemanly nnd lady like and 1 might add ceremonious There is very poor stock of both cat tle and hogs tbsy are allowed to run at large and have no care whatever We bought two pretty fair cows with two line calves for Blue grass and lover do well here and there is no reason why we could not make as much money raising cattle and hogs here as elsewhere They have mostly small driving horses somegood horses can bo had in the cities Good draft horses arc very rare in the country If yon could find a good team for sale you could buy them ilmost as cheap as in Iowa but tho trouble would be to duel them They hold court every month Court day is a big day here People bring their horses corn stock etc to soil or trade Adoph never went to oue so can give you no informiUiou You oan buy big farms for what the There is a farm n the Green Spring county of 1000 cre3 for house on it cost all finished with marble mantel piece1 There is ii good barn and outbnildings to be in a block or parts of it The country is fettling fast There are several farms for sale in our im iuediits neighborhood The Gieen Spiing country is know as 0110 of the best farming country Therojire Vpriugs on allch firrus i We have a neighbor hereby the naru of George Morris and I will give you his case for an example of Virginii farming Ha cries hard times and say you cannot make n living on l he farm He has negroes to do the farming am has negroes to do the work in the house All the negroes do is to kil time so everything goes to ruin Hi ifrandfather owned the same place be foi e the war The grandfather was i physician in Richmond with a salary o twenty thousand dollors a year and he said it was an interesting problqm to know which he woiild devote his ime to his farm dr his business as they were nip and tuck an1 he did not knovy which would pay him the best You see In those days thov owned the uegroos nnd if they did not work they whipped them It is more in the management han the fault of the land There is no eason why a person could not make a success of farming here as anywhere 4dolph met this morning one of the most successful farmers around herearrl of course one of richest He told Atlolph that he bought his farm for and some acre and there wore ilaces washed out that you could drive n with a wagon Today lie has the inest meadows of timothy and clover he did not use any fertilizers either He says the land is as good as any if know how to tend to it right The jroom sage grows all over the country jut it is one of the finest pastiuesif it s only kept doivu or mowed in time nukes fine hay A man in Richmonds air took the premium on broom sage vcr timothy for hay If it is left to grow rank and plowed under it makes good fertilizer You ask about piiocs Farm imple nents are cheaper than in Iowa galva lized wire cents a hundred corn 0 cts per bushel in Richmond 50 cts ats 10 cts wheat CO cts hay per on granulated sugar1 cts C sugar 3c I hope that if you are looking for a lo ation you will not buy till you have seen Hrgiuia Fritz thinks there is agood eal better show here thnn in California here is not the drizzly damp weather f California when tin rain cjmoj it vill como just as quietly and pour down nd all at once it will clear up and be s bright and sunshiny leaving the air uro and light This winter we had ome damp weather but it would nly last a day or two Wo have a well n our place 40 ft deep and tlio water is ist like ice in summer so our aid The water is just us soft us rain ater I never saw anything liko it Our iring and I think all tlio spring water 1 is also as soft as rain water Also a complete line of BUILDERS MATERI ALS Call and get prices LARGEST IN My stock is Hie most complete in Corning and I cun furnish yon anything you may want I will eave yon money O A Harris POTTER LARGE are making extensive prepara tion to furnish the people with the best of goods and lowest prices especially in WALL PAPER PAINTS AND OILS Remember that we intend to increase our trade reduce the profits and sell more goods and increase our profits HANDSOMEST AND BEST OAK HEATER The Public Is Rapidly finding their way to our flue stock of Hardware TINWARE CUTLERY UMPS BARB WIRE FARM TOOLS BUILDING HARDWAE A Share of Your Trade is Solicited F KENNON IS NOW PREPARED TO SELL YOXJ THE ONLY Solid Book all Steal Mil IN THE MARKET AT THE Better Work You cau do J More Work Yourself Happy Riding and see us and wo can furnlsli you vvltli an Outfit that will rnuko Every Day on the farm like A Holiday Full ot pleasure and hap plncsa SHERIFFS SALE Nollce Is hereby prlvcn but by vlrtuo of n special execution to inc directed Issued out f tlio ofHoo of tho rlcilc of the District Court f tho Stnlo of Imvn Iinmd pon njudsrmont nnd decree of fnreolosuio cnrlcred In Bind court In fnvor of W A As O Woodward pHintlffs mid njrnlnst David riornDovers defendants I huvo levied upon no following described real estate in the Bounty of Artiima of tboStiitooriown to southwest M of tho nnrthfjift nnd the orth u of tho northwest Kl of bo southeast 4 of Section 32 in Township rT2 nnrttv of laniro jH west of the ith Piinclpni Meridian ontniniojr In all 00 norco in Adnms County own nnd tlinton the TOihday otMtuch A li 8115 between the hnuraof a oclock n m amli clock p m of safrldnynt the front 3ooraf ic Cuurt House In tlm town of Cornliiir aunty of Adnmu and Stnto of lown 1 will rocofkl to sell at Pnbllc Auction to tho hitch nst and bnai bidder Tor cash al nf said defend nlitrlnht tltlo ind vitrht In and tothoahove escrlbwl ren estate or so much thereof as nay be ncocssnry to mjtlufy nli exueutlon miijntlnvr to hunOrwl tlilrty six dol nrs nd Seventy llvo cents debt und tho Hum or xty dollnraand thirty live cents costs and tornnvHrocstojrothur wltli jiconilnucoato xld salo to eommenen nt 1 ooloek p in or Lid rtiiy where due atlendunnu will bo jrlvcn 1 thonndersiffno Witness my hand this 2nd day oC February J H EIDKJDOK Slicrltr or Adams Co ILWI Racket Store Corning Stiong Brooms I2i in and 20 cts LadiesDresses Wrappers Copper Uottom Uasli Boilers Jioi Yeast Foam 04 Kjiivps and Forks fl otj asct All CopperNiokle Plated Tea Ket tles 100 Wood Clothes Wringers Sets a yard v lhST aiTOn 35 Wash Tubs 50 cts Mens Working Shirts 25 els 0 foot CnvriftBi Whips 10 cts and Mens Fine Shoes 9i 59 3 I nit CUDS Pressed Block 5 cts Lrcsli Garden Seeds 4 eta a paper OPPOSITE HOTEL BACON   

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