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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - March 28, 1895, Corning, Iowa NUMBER 1377 ADAUKTYIOWA THURSDAY AttorneysatLaw AttorneyAtLaw ATTORNEYATLAW CORNING IOWA omce THOMPSON SEN of Stains Collars Bridles etc Repair e Doors Sash Gcmeritr Etc JItIiBui Yard8 cornerBeaton Aye Sllth 8treo1 Corning Iowa IOWA of Philadelphia Dental Col ALL WORK GUARANTEED TOT SJOaNSOSM D PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis Jt Wells taw office Residence Just cast of Academy SGRANTON DENTIST jiie over National Bank Crown and bridge ecialty Seasonable prices work No charge for Surgeon ce over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING PromPtly all calls day or night m city or country Residence corner lOst And Lorn is ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE CRESTON H B KWIKO Manager Q H BRYANT M D Office Ifanna Block Coming lown Raahlauoo Tth Street Lit door north of C T RALPH NEWCGMB Buecsssor to Bit 1 Lombsr Co 3 Lath Doors Lime SasMliingles Pickets Cemeiil And Everything Doaired by tho frade Agent for Fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vioomans Mixed Paints Leads and Oils Interest on Deposits of and upward Same as Any Savings Bank lTAT Teansaots a Fcncral Banking Business r rcsIUont A I Weira VlooPrcsldent CiiAs T CorR Ciislitcr 1 Headquarters for Farm loans Corning Stale Savings Bank Has monoy to lend on improved F01 0nfc nnilfti witfl optional payments OT7R WASHIWOTOIf LETrEB From Our Regular WASHINGTON March 23 Mr Cleveland and Secretary Gres ham lought to blush for shame every time they think about demanding the recall oE Mr Thurston the Hawaiian minister It is but another added to the long list of unmanly acts with Hawaii has been dealt by this adminiitration It is singly childish for Secretary Gresham to pretend that the recall was asked for because Minis ter Thurston gave information tne newspapers about Hawaiian matters before ho gave it to ihe Deparraent of State That is merely an excuse Thurstqns real offence mis been that he was always wide awake to prevent any misrepresentation of Hawaiian affairs being accepted by the American people and was consequeritlyconstant IV opposed to the Administration and its policy Secretary Gresham does not consider giving diplomatic advance information to tho newspapers any crime when it can be made to serve his own purpose It has been scarcelya week since he gave the newspapers his dispatch lo Minister demand ing an apology from Spain for those shots from a Spanish gunboat at a U S mail steamer before it had been cabled to Spain He not only gave out the dispatch but he compelled those who used it Jo do so under a Madrid date as to leave the impression that it wasgiven out in Madrid and not in Washingtona senseless bit of decep tion which was at once discovered and exposed It will be remembered that Mr Cleveland promised Congress in a special message that he would keep it advised concerning our relations with Hawaii Yet in tho face of that pro miso a communication asking that Minister Thtirston berecalled was sent to the Hawaiian government on Feb 21 eleven the adjournment of Congress and not one word was said to Congress about it It is not surpris ing that Senator Frye shouldsay It looks to me like a very small piece of business They are telling a storyla Washing ton at the expense of exCongressman BryanofNebra8kaUiat hits ofMr Bryans ruling traitrgood enough to be true if it isnt According to story a book agent induced Mr Bryan to buy a copy of tho Century Cyclopedia ofNanies by telling him that tho book contained the name and biography of every living and dead who ever made a marked impression upon the affairs of the world A few days after j the book was delivered Bryan sent for the book agent and said to himTou sold mo that book under false pretens es I beg pardon but you are mis taken replied the suave book agenb Mr Bryan began to lose his temper and snapped out Didnt you tell me that the book contained tho name and biography of every man living and d ead who has made an impression up on tho worlds affairs Tus sir and ttdoes dues nothing of the sorf my nama isnt in it Vfhv it be retortnd the book ugont Sihloy and tho new silver party are already to be on the verge of Uhorco Sibley is rich but he is also one reason why hes richand those who had an idea that they would be allowed to have the run pt the Sibley moneybags in return for haying suggested him as a presidential candidate have already discovered how badly mistaken they we0 Jo othei words Mr Sibley declines to put up money for moonshine and in conse quence the promolers of the silver par ty no longer even pretend to believe that Sibiuy is agreat man who only needs to have his statesmanship devel oped Even the populists have refused to join the silver party This isnt a one idea country There never has been and there never will be a success ful political party which confines itself to u single idea That a majoritya very largo tho people of this country believe in biiactnllism is certain but that they will sink all their other beliefs and even be merged into one political party isnt probable Let no man make the mistake of supposing that silver is going to be tho deciding factor in tho next years Presidential campaign or that any third party is going to cut any considerable figure in the campaign Tho fight is going to be between the republican and democrat ic parties and it is reasonably certain that tho republican platform will de c are for bimetallism and probable thattho democratic platform will do tho samo or straddle tho question not withstanding tho scheming now goinir on torenominateMr Cleveland on a gold basis platform GALLOWAY SOBBS Ju t having killed an immense bull bufi b and sent the meat to Helena to be sild for Christmas dinners makes me think more forcibly than ever that the Gallway is to take the place of the ex tinct buffalo Having in the ten years 1873 and 1883 tanned nearly uffulo hides into buffalo robes or more than any other man living or I think I know whweof I speak I say the Galloways and their furnish robes that arc equal to he famous buffalo robes of years ago Any one can tan them equal to the best Indian tanning The squaws did that work entirely On the plains wher ever the hunt was going on the sqtiaw at once stretched out the robe or four poles quite tight nd in freezing weath er theywere allowed tofreeze over ught Then in the morning early the squaws would stand on the hidewith theuchipping tool and with a quick sharp stroke make the chips fly like a carpenter with his plane In about one hour tho hide was ready for the grease They smeared on any kind on the flesh sule Then they moistened over with water and rolled it up fnlan hom or two Then they would fasten a green hiderope on a stout stake driven in the ground or a tree about four feet from the ground and fasten it again at the bottom making the rope tight Then grasp the hide wilhboth hands and saw back and forth for a time then atrctch and hold over a fire in the lodge for a few moments then at the rope again and so on until perfectly dry soft and white The Galloways like the bnffald are prime for robes only in winter months being best in November December and January or up to the time the hair be loosen in spring The better care and richer feed the better tKe robe lhat Galloway cattlemen can grow and make their own robes I know and at na greater cost than a few hours Wk which can be done in winter One can easily make one robe in a day 1 can make from five to ten in a day with one boys help The fnll blood steers 8 years old killed iu make robes worth and the grades according to fineness and amount of nnrA nismrl farm and there M no a8ubt BreedersGazette Time to Make Money Last month I cleared after paying S before 93 and have at the ijame time at tended to my regularbusiness I be Uevei anyone anywhere Can do as well us I have not a particularly good loca honand When you have an article that every family wants it is very easy selling it it S8em strange that a good cheap Dish Washer was never before plaeea oh the market With the Climax which sells at you can wash and dry the for a fami ly m two minutes without the n soon as people see e Washer want one and Uiatiawhy so mHch raoncy eln made so quickly For fuirarOeulai juMpes the Climax Mfg Co C bus Qhio I feel convinced that an lady pr gentleman in ca to SiOa day as eve y will very soon have a Dis VVasher Try it and publish your ex penence lor the benefit of others XXIIINO 13 O A Harris the exclusive Hardware dealer ag received the nicest line of GASOLINE stoves ever brought to Corning Every family in the conntj should have one Hell sell em brace of the eternal sea TbU of ad jVlso a compile line of BUILDERS MATE It I AL3 Call and get prices II THE CITY stodc is he most complete in Coruiag and I can jOn nnvthing vou may Want j save yon money POTTERTLARGE are making extensive preuara 1 WALL PAPER PAINTS AND intend Clark in MAYORS MANIFESTO He Some Suggestions in tha Nature of Warning A H Thackaberry elect ed mayor of Adair published the fol lowing manifesto in the local papers a few days after ho was elected SEVERAL SUGGESTIONS the TProving cor The demodatic tariff is stimulat thllt the lraport trade countryaro hard and people are buying only what tic neo1 yet the importers are busier than ever and the volume of their business is close to sixty millions a month At ast half of this largo amount comts duty free andthe rates of n VVU11 0lr election was a A Ut S U fs H wi have to go We belong to no party sect or c have no relative afd v contray to ox as to form no barrier to their entrance The manufacturers in England and on theoonlment in Europe are kept busy I by ths large American demand their sales in the United States are daily h casing Go0tl3 ilre colul I Aniuncan ports shipload and onr own manufacturer illut Ucir Jfllu workmen are standing by 1 rk 11 i i J who conpriTgate on the strorts or in any paitof tlTe town e sport from now on ir the streets uigniare requested to stMv it home with their mammas V at These few suggestions complied with iy 1 A respectfullv A H iHACKABERitr Mayor Mayor Thaekaberry seems to have a rery good general idea of what consti tutes a good start ij for papering by the dav when yon cau got Thompson to do it cheaper by the job tf U John Tribute to Iowa From the Dubuquo Telegraph John Brcnnan the gifted litcrator and orator City is afflcted wath heart trouble and he recently went to Chicago to test the efficacy of tho lake brenzcs After an eight days residence he found the city uncongenial Its wide and dreary waste of tene ment houses great graveyard of human mdentity and human hope saddened him and he resolved to return to the prairies of Iowa Writ ing to the No thwcsleiH Catholic of the state whieh he has come to love as ten derly as the emerald land of his nativ ity he says There may bo a better land thn but ia all my wandering around tho earth 11 have never soon It Thoro aro regions o f world with brighter klos there I jfrconor and lands unable to prevent tjo Aiuurieiiu industries This is the baneful shamofni ef the neiv democratic tiUiil Its inntience is wide and startlin u has increased the pnblic debt of the ni tjon by many millions It has closed the doors of many mills and factories uoercme the operatives intoidlenessit IIM decreased the earuingsof many others who a little more fortunate were ablo to continue work though at ratas of wages The time las come when the American workingmn is taught with cruel directness Unit the mereascd importation of European manufacturers induced by bwer tar iff duties means decreased chances for him decreased opportunities for ob taming employment and decrease pay after he has found it He now sees that every bar of iron made in England every yard of cloth made abroad and brought to and sold in this country de prives some American of the wanes which are theirs by right This new law which was to do such Rieat things for America has now been m effect for six months During the eight months just pnst tho American farmer has been gradually but surely squeezed outof the foreign market with his staple products Ho has lost the market for his wheat and his meat the price of cotton has fallen two and a quarter cents per pound and the foreign sales of this staple have fallen off 1100000 bales Those arc some of the injurious effects of the democratic tariff law In whu respect has itproved a benefit In none whatever to tho working classes for they do not buy the tilings which it may be claimed have been cheapened by the lower tariff rates For them the now luw has had noue but injurious HANDSOMEST AND BEST TINWARE CQTLERY TOOLS BUH DING UMPS5 BARS WIRJE A Share of Your Trade is Solicited F KENIMOIM IN THE MARKET AT THE Work You cau do J More Work By Yourself Happy Bidin o can furnish you with an tnttlmtwin muko D y tlle farm Ilko A Holiday Full of pleasure and hap pinesa ft fc it4F was to help the American farmor and to make glad tho heart of the American mechan ic and operative has proved a blight and a curse and is daily adding to the mischief it is working And so plain is this that even the democrats are recognizing it and confessing it to be true Bare Clubbing Offer I BV special arrangements wo are ablo Puts Racket Store Corning ftre ulIO tooftVrTHE Couxcn BLUFFS WEEK iv NONPAREIL and the UMIOX one year for 1185 TuFNoNiAUKiiis lho ost daily and weekly in Iowa and is metropolitan iu every rcspoet Sample copies may bo seen ut this olnoc and no paper in the state givos such a largo j volume of interesting lmva nawa I lllE KONPABEIL does
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