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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - March 21, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             vVHOLE NUMBER IGH CORNING ADAMS COUNTY LOW A THURSDAY MARCH 21 1895 AttornaysJtLaw Prmlleoin State Siiprome and Uniud Stain CoarU First Niul Bank IOWA 117 O MITCH ELL AttorneyAtLaw Special attention elven to Office Second dour north of office CORNI7W TCWA EG KINDIUU ATTORNEYATLA w CORNING IOWA Special attention slven to collections Office over Manns Block A THOMPSON SEN Manufacture of Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa nr ALTER NEW COMB co Dealers In Lnmber SaBh Blinds Lime Paints Cumem Etc Etc glftdly fnrnlslied Yards corner BentonAve and Sixth street Cornlnc Iowa HC BAIENIIAIIT COINING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED W 8 JOHNSONMD PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office lt door south Dsivls taw office Besidcncc just cast of Academy F H SCRANTON DENTIST Bank H tracttng teeth Spain and bridge a specialty Reasonable prices for firatelaa work No for examination Of K GLOVE Physician Surgeon j Oflice over Andrews Olothing Store CORNING IOWA IVill attend promptly all calls day or night in city or country Residence corner lOst and Loin is uve HOTEL EWING DEPOT IOWA RB II BUY ANT Cole Manns Utook Cirnlnu Iowa ii 7th striat lv north of C T RALPH ozsar tc Hiad Lcaibar CcJ DEALER Lath Doors Lime Sasli Shingles Pickets Cement And Everything Desired by the Trade Agent for fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vroomans Mixed Paints Leads and Oils interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank C3VPTTAT SUUPLUS S50flflO00 Teansacts a Fan oval Bunking Business OFFICERS I A L W is 113 vtcePrefidcrit ICiiAS T CoiB Cashier Headquarters for Farm Loans The Corning Slate Savings Bank Has money to lend on improved ikiins at U pur cent annual interest irilh 3100 optional payments OXJR WASHINGTON From Our nt WASHINGTON March 15 More foreign complications for Mr Cleve land and Secretary Grcshaui to get themsiilvcs tangled up in This week has added several complications with foreign countries in to those already existing ou account oldiscrimi nations by Germany France and several other smaller European nations against American products it is true that with a clear headed President and Secretary of tale there would be no serious trouble with these new compli cations but the blundering record made by the present administration in deal ing with the fureigu policy of this gov ernment if it can truly be said to have had such a thing since l Marchv 4 1893 has prepared the couutfy to look for the wrong rather than the right thing from it in foreign as well as do mestic matters The flrit and most important of the new complications arises from a Span ish warship having lired on n U S Mail which was passing near the coast of Cuba on its Wiiy from Colon to New York A the Spanish minister has assur ed the State Department of his belief that it was done by mistake and that Spaiu will apologize if this country af ter investigation thinks it proper The next complication 5s in connection wjth the protest of the British Ambassador against the shooting of an officer of an English steamer during the recent levee riots at New Orleans nnd the last with the demand of the Italian Ambassador that protection be given the Italians in the United States and that satisfaction be given for the late assassination of Italians at Colorado It largely depends upon Mr Cleveland and Secretary Gresham what comes of these things Secretary Herbert is beginning to hear a great deal of the advcivie criti cism which has been leveled at him from all sections because he has only designated two naval vesselsthc San Francisco and the Mabelhead ttt par ticipate in the ceremonies attendant up on the opening of the Baltic nnd North Sea Canal by the Empororof GerintiiVjv but lie is obstinate and althougi lie admits the importance of lho event he refuses to change his orijjinal order Naval officers are greatly chagrinned They point out that all the maritime na tions will be strongly represented and that commercial instinct not to men tion national pride should have beun strong enough o have sent at least a half dozen of the finest ships in tlie navy to talce partin the opening The Spanish minister has had a some what queer experience recently He received letters from several alleged manufacturers of dynamitesund other high explosions asking him to purchase explosives for the use of lite Spanish army in Cuba and when he declined he received oilier letters notifying him that if ho did Eot at once purchase the explosives they would be gratuilionsly sent to the insurgentg in Cuba to bo used in destroying Spaniards and iah properly Opinion is divided as to whether the letters were tlio work of a crank or a professional blackmailer Senor llurnago the minister declares that it is immaterial to him which as he pays no aitenlion to them There is much discussion now that Ihe arguments are all in as to what the decision of the Supreme Codrt will be iu the income tnxcuse Tho court to day took a recess until the 25 inst and it is expected that the decision will be handed down on that day Among lawyers there seeins to be considerable doubt as to the nature of the decision but the overwhelming preponderance of opinion amonct those unlearned in the law is that the court will stand by previous decisions and declare the tax constitutUiiai If it shouldntthe ad ministration will bo in n way It will have difficulty in getting through the year even if the receipts from the income tax are tip to the estimate but if the tax is declared unconstitutional i t cnnnol be collected at all and the chances are that an extra session of Congress would have to be colled to provide money but Mr Cleveland would not call it until the last minute as it would bo a triumph for Senator Gorman which that astulc politician and determined enemy of Mr Cleve land would not bo slow to take advan tage of Some of those who helped to the new silver party are already privately expressing their disgust at the manner in which the country has ignored the announcement of llie birth of the party Abuse ilhcy say they were prepared for but silent contempt they object to and thats about all they are getting A Happy Mather in iv Week Mil Ifeel so that I must tell through your valuable paper u hat I did so others can bejfrippy and make money too Things looked blue hese hard times had thrown my hiis out of work the interest on Ihe uortgnge was coming due and no uoncy I an advertisement of the tapid IMsli Washer and thought I ould sell them i sent 00 gotone ind my husband washed thedishes be cause he did not have to mt his hand in the water and did not have to rub them nor dry them they camo out nil nice and clean ami ready for the shelf He also took care pf the houseand baby I got the sold ten the first day and have cleared this week and willby next week have enough pay the am sure we will have riiouey all winter Anyone out of work should send to W P Harrison Co Columbus Ohio and get a circu lar have a happy home and make money too Times are be hard this winter and much suffering can be saved if mothers and daughters would do as I have I Have you secured your reserved scar j for the gymnastic exhibition If ixt i you had butter got a moveoiv for they i are going fist IMPRESSIONS OF CALIFORNIA Go Hunting When this hero countrys groin down Go huiitln When thiirau mortgage on the town Go huntln When cottons slnkln out o sivjlt Go hiintln An folks atrtaxed by day nn1 night Go huntln When thavs no clover for the cows Go huntln When thiirs uo mule to pull the powe Go huntin When evertlilufr la wrong side cut Go hnntln1 When thars no money roiindjiibout Go huntln Just take the whole blame thing In Go huntln Thars game liars frame So git yer Go huntin Atlanta Constitution Adams County Fruit Growers Association Grower Asi in 10 Asli an ataris INVOCATION RECEPTION OF MEMBERS do tlio Apple Trees in Adams County Need Most To be opened by E Moffit and Morris in a 10 mimite paper or a talk and fullow ed by Judge H M Tiivuer W U Hoxie J T Iife Dan Leonard and Bon Brown in speeches of u minutes AFTEltXOON Annual Address of Ihe Iresidom Hon VMitchell Ilepjrt of the Seorottuv Htport of the TrousiHor Klectiou of Ollicers A device for starting growth in new ly planted trees Hy Be ward Morns nnd A F Coll man Family Oiciardiug by Jacob Smitli and Andrew Fife Commercial Orcharding by W II iioxie Bun BrplYP and J T Fife Grapes by Mr Mooro EVENING SESSION Music Declamation by Theodore Gerard Uecitittion by Miss Helen Mitchell Recitation by Miss Edith Pease Peparuation by Miss Addie Thomas Music HorticiIture in our Public Schools by Hon J B Harsh of Creston Recitation by Miss Maggie tyne Recitation by Miss Mablc Gloves Recitation by Miss Ida J Ouy Music Good Night W O MrrcnELt Prcst A F COLIMAN Sccy IOWA Miireli 13 Mrs SHAW Sir Haying just relumed from California i thought I would wrile you aboitl tin state and the old friends I me there I was surprised lo find so mncli and barren land along tin Pacific R R from Dalla ihroughNcw Mexico Arizona to Coltiin Cal It is nearly all a high al most barren mountainous counuy About the lirst thing lhatgrcelcd my eyes itsl passed Cohort March 17 05 ivas a line brnnge orchard in full bear ing with ripe fruit Next division ol army Uio strong marching to piiy their respects to Grover lron there 1 visited the southern north am central part of the state from the eoasi to the top of the Serra Nevada moun tains where I saw Grants national piirk the largestVred wood trees in the world Srqaoiii one measured 39 ft in diaiueter at its base and probably 3H ft high There are scores ot trees from 10 to 25 ft in xliaiueter sindoften Jrom100 ito 150 fl to the first brahches I walked into the hbltuW of the fallen giant si redr wood log 135 ft most remarkable feature of that species is its non tree must have fallen hundreds of years ago and yut the body is as sound as the day it fell I was on the stump of the tree that went to the worlds fuirj it stands 23 fthigh and is 21 feet across the top From there Iyisited the orabge lembn fig euglish walriut olive orchards etc which arc the main near Los Angeles They arc kept in line sliape weeded like otir best gardens or parks Oranges and Lemiius bear a good pay ing crop at 4 years old Olives and tini glish walnuts from 7 toll years In Fresno county the raisin grapes and graini predominate Tiiiir iij was a total failure on account of dry j weather the winter before the fruit I crop was not injured The climateof j Fresco county is especially adapted for O A Harris llic exclusive Hard denier has just received die nicest line of GASOLINE stoves ever hriiight to Corning Every family in the county should have ore Hell sell em Also a co n i pie ALS Call jinii rct prices o line of DUIUJERS 3IATERI CITY My stock is the most complete can furnish you anything you uiiy you money in Corning and I I will save rns POTTER LARGE are mailing extensive prepara tion to furnish the people with tlie best of goods and lowest prices especially in WALL PAPER PAINTSiAND OILS3k i d GYMNASTIC EXHIBITION1 The fourth annual gymnastic exhibi tion given by the Academy students will be held on Wednediiy March 27 Dont fail to take U in Tho physical culture classes of Corn ing Academy will give a very interest tug exhibition in the chapel of the Academy in the evening of March S7th The following attraction programnu ivill bp presented Dumb bell drill by the young ladies class Horizontal Bar exercises by boys class Exhibition of Indian Club Swinging Bar Boll drill by girls elass Parallel Bar exercises by boys class Human Pyramdi Living Statuary This will be by far the best cnteitain mcnt of this nature ever given at tlie Academy and nil persona interested in athletics will spend sv very pleusam evening if they secure reserved seals j now Remember thatwo intend to the drying on accpuiit oTdry1 Increase trade reduce profits and sell rnoro goods ai7d increase our profits ness of tlie atmosphere Tho arapes are laid upon tniys when pickid and left in the Held till dry they ire then stemmed and sacked ready for market there IB no sugar or any thing else put on tliem The nprifot ieaches hud peiirs are drUd in this nuiuncr The fruit is picked and cnt then put on iumes tinct vcy on trays tagive ilieni a pearariee they aredippediu grape juice when nearly dry I met Mr Aj Duhay formerlv of Corning in San Francisco where ife is in iho wtiulesale liquor business hualso his a lihu winery mid rmioh in Sononin county doing woll and has no desire to return to Iowa J visited ouroi and eroiiN brothers foriiicih Itoui IcariaT Barr L Crim jjhrovir and others from Preseott also Cliartcs Huiuburt who is UiuateU at Clovuiilalo in tlio livery business They all stem to bo very prnipuroui and well satis lied with the climate and country Society is divided in disti classes tlip rich or and llie wariungruen comprising nil ilm snmll ranchers and down to the tramp the two classes do not associate togultni at all itInakes no ditterence bow good and respectable yoti are the aristxjra cy will not even speak to yon without it is on some business alTairs There is an instance which will demonstrate lie difference A rodpceiibleatid wellbred young man from the coasl hired to i riih rancher who had a very large and tine resilience iiiul furm After supper bolng tired lie inquired of tbo urnpvie tor where his bed room was expecting of course to sleep in the Hue residence the answer came most and with i little smile I own 5000 icres of laud upon which you will iind several straw stacks and barns should you not Iind room enough on my ranch my neighbors are all very aciioiiiodat iflg jiiil I knoiv thiit tlioywill hnvo no objections of you sleeping on their lands As for myself I like the climate and country very well and eanTo back with the intention of selling my property and returning there A GAUVAIN ANOTHER SCRAPE Jiy order of a majority of one the oily council has forced A Thompson Sr to move his stuck of bancss goods oui of Uio large building on 8tlt street to the small room formerly occupied by Chas Hill as a barber shop where the old gentleman will be found making and selling harness that will lit eilhtr a donkey or a horso I have a large stock on hand I will sell harness cheaper than over Dont buy until you come andsee tlie old gent A THOMPSON Sit If you want a Buggy or Carriage that is BUIIT ox HOxoit get a HOLINE or HEKNEV by McDonald Try the domestic bread at the Bakery of JWilson City Otj HANDSOMEST ASTD BEST WARE PUMPS BARS WIRE i BU1I DING HARDWAE A Share of Your Trndo is Solicited F KENNON IS NOW PREPAKED TO OKLY JELL THE 3HASKET AT THE Way Setter Work You can do More Work Yourjelf Happy rull antl sec 113 atidvc CiUl Turkish witii im ut lit tlitit will nmlo V y T3 y 0 A Holiday ilcusuiu tml lutji Of course you want iho best broad Its to be had at the City wheat and graham JHf Goto B F Iveys for cheap groceries Ouo prico and a popvilar one 23 cts WANTED A CATHOLIC MAN In his own diocese References required week Write to Joseph R Gay 56 Fifth Ave Chicago 111 SHERIFFS SALE Notice is hnrobjtivcii that by virtueof a special exeiiitiun to IH issued out f thuolliuti of llie hlk of iID DisnioT Cii rt thuStiitu of in 11 ml for upon a unil cliirro ol 1urio osuri1 iiiKUnil In conn in fnvor of A 3 u Id ii luntitVs nnil nrtiinst Uaviil V I Dorn Dcverp 1 Inivu luvloil upon the following descilUuil rial in tin bounty nf Adams ol the Stiitcorlowa to v It ho southwest M of tlio norihrust j nnd the of tluj norMnvrst of Iho Honthmst ki of Sirotlon 13U In Townshlii S ii rth of wostof the nth 1rmclpul Meridian contulnlnx In all 01 iiXS In Admus Ounnfv Vraiv and tliuton ilnyof Mnnh A ISilo botwCLn n tn iiiul V Icloclf p in of Urtlil tiny nt thefrontdonrof rhe CUiif HOIIHC In the of County of Artnmx siml Statu of lonn 1 will pvocowl tn sell at Inhilo Auction to iho KtIiUlfK itV of Atluuis Co LOUM et Store Corning i brooms 15 and 90 Ladub Drosses Wrappers Kl1 Copper Itoltoiu SfyOO Yivist Foam rii Kim es and Forks All Copper Plated tics Wood Clothes Wringers Toweling fiO els IcaKet 00 it ift Soa Iusliul of suil iloremlj ash Tuhs Mtlonnil rixht In mill to the nbnvo Mens Jliirta reil estate or HO much thereof as r t IM cessnry Tn oatlsfy Hulil exeention ijw and MMIS Fine Shoes Rets a j described limy be necessn iimountlilK to Nine hundred thirty six dolnra and Seventy flvfi cents drlit nnd the sum of Sixty dollars iind thirty live nnd attorneys flies toiretluT with ncernlnsreasts alii muo to comnienec at 1 oeJnek p in oj Bixld dny where due attciuUmuu will bo Iint oO clu 25 ctsf 10 els 5 cts by the WltaesH my band this febniary Fresh fJardon Seeds 4 cts a paper I OPPOSITE HOTEL BACON   

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