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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - April 4, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             f tVHOLE NUMBER 1378 ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY VIEJfc BKOVH Attorney 3atLaw Marsha Itown Xlincsltepuniioan J IOWA O MITCHBLL AttorneyAtLa w ven to collcctlona Otter r notih ofpoii office COHNINQ IOWA CJ KIXDHSD Y A TL A W CORNDTO IOWA Office Editor Shaw of the Corning Union Interviewed as to the Prospects Campaign Growing in and Organized Candidates A THOMPSON SEN iruness Saddles CoIHrs Bi idles Whips Combs Blushes etc Repair ing neitly ind cheaply Ali work WA ranted Coming Iowa ALTKR NBWCOMB CO DcalereIn Lnmber Tjith D Blinri L1me Psinte Vino t Etc itc SK Kadly runiKhed S arcs rorner and Sixth ulreet f oruios II C CORNING IOWA Gi idnite of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED S JOnSsON SI D JPH YSICI AN SURG EO N Office 1 t door south Davis Wrlls e Residence just cast of Academy F H SCRANtON DENTIST over Itt National Bank Corning Iowa t Now m9ihods for extracting teeth without pain Crown and bridge a specialty Reasonable prices for firstclass work No charge for examination MOINPS ch 29Special Ed itoi fahaw of the Joining uviox was interviewed to any as to the candidacy ofSonutoi J B Harsh of Cieston for goveinm Mr Shaw says Hie Hush movement which has ulwajs inspected foi its quvlity 13 giidmlTy attention foi us dimensions Jt is spieading ovei the Eighth disfcu t like Urn epung raiment of blueniss and will no more bo leatiicted t7iau a Nile flood he said It now has active Haish clubs 111 opei Uion it Cicston Union county in Ada us Rianraltl Clulv am Uecxtm couiuios THIS takes it up to oue of Gen Uiakos home on the enst and thenoB covers the tcuitoiy without a break to the old senaton il distnet of faenitoi Perkins Page and Fieimnt counties which will doubtless divide Uieir in couaiderUion of M Perkin3L candidacy The hist clioice Rush men down in the Jiighlli aie lion quite genei ally second choice Diako men aud riceieisa The diatnct 13 notgieedy but is lojal lo its on n honoied There H wiihal much friend mess ton nd3 bccrotaiy McFarland and if he 01 an outaulei should be n iiuerl for overnoi the dibUict would pricticilly JC a unit foi the renomination of Lieutenant Goveinoi Dangin wioae xdmmistiation is ouc of integrity liRiiify and moicthan oidiniiy aoeept ibditv In f ict concluded Mr Shaw the Kishth distiiot sent a solid opubhcan ilelegiuoii to the legis Uuie will be ible to mike np a hi at class state tickut within the diatiict if heieisiny aid ness OQ the put af the outlying ten itorj dip unatio muddles but thei e has loin ao miujucation fipm Spjin am it saui iiiadnnhistratjon citulcs tolmie atisfactoiy as fir as it went but fon what cm be leained it did not go ven far J he cibmct s said to be divi ud on the question of miRmirthe eiiKdoa lutle sei earning at Knglxnd oil halfoe Nicaiagua and Vcneznla am incidentally of the dtmocmtic and thescicammg hia not been io although theiG is icasou enough foi c to be done ft ULOVtB Physician Surgeon OTice over Andrew s Clothing Store CORNING IOWA Uill attend promptly all calls day or night in city or countiy Residence corner lOst am Lorais ave CUB F om Our Regular Correspoml m WASHINGTON Mirch 20 ISOj If u Clereland hunting foi some nng to do to futthjt I the silver oniocnts ho ceitunly found it when l ietclel that he would not cany o t le wolcott amendment for ic appointment of tlitee comniisston ra by ihu Piesident to act those amed by Congress is icpiesentatives the United Stitcs it any intct nation al monetary conference in w Inch this government iught be invited cipafe rFysi tjuvfi wpiU otMtCJeuji land gave It out thaflua looson foi lefusingto ippoint the commissioner that it was speuticilly stated in tlio actftuflioimng then appointment IA3T OP THE OLD ELITE LAWS Connecticut Has been Gradually Ba pa tlmg Them For 100 Tears Springfield ilass Republican Ihc bill that has passed bjth h nises of the legislatUie lepcahug thu old bluu law that has been in foiee smco 1731 givingitue of the pcJce sum pjwerm se itencmg pciso is cluiiged wTllrswearing cursing 01 Sib oiii breaking is now inaiting theeov bill IKS advance thitrhis been uiide by the present iegislatuie by the piOMsiou in the general statues winch ti is foi a liundroii yen 01 more demud tliOllglltot IppJltlloll JU3hca dun sion in c ise ot profau iuon of tha h ij bath and iweaung Tina KgisKiion sos the Haitford c7nnot be seninit3 tiuo a ic rlew at least of ihe old Sunday tint dominated the st ite of Connecticut at tns beginning of the cealui v The leviaion of the go leraf which was made m i m iss of auuUy eu ictment appiynig to pel sonal conduct th it would not now be tol idled foi an hour UnJer the revi sion in question UL peiaous were ie quued to apply thcmchts tfuefulh to tnc duties of etgioT an poty on Uie Loid s day and theie xvis a hue of 50 for not attending chuieh Tuia Invii gpneiMl w is idopted in the colonial vision of 17J3 being moJclcdnom an act of Massauhnsottb relating to tinob sol vanee of the Loids day pa sod in Ihu movision lining a peison foi not attend ing chuich was iijieiled in 18X4 No vessels weicillowed to sail tioni any Connecticut poit or Harbor on Sunday OL to pass any town 01 so cietyonthe Connecticut nver worship xx as in Concerts of niiisioon Sunday were piolnbited bv the of wot The old Presby teruiu idea of keeping Sitiuday now oik bein allowed after auiSet wascmbohed in 1 statue as eailv as Wta baing cjpzed n 0111 i Massachusetts Uxv Idling was not allowed in public inns aftci sundown on Sat HI day and dunking was likewise prohibited The neglect of offenders tn piy the Hues im Do You Catch the A cliewing tobacco made to please a universal taste must be prepared from the highest gtade leaf witha skill that can only be acquired by the longest ex perience It must possess a delicious flavor and a lasting substance and must neither too light nor too heavy too sweet nor too flat every element dear to the tobacco chewer is so skill fuly concentrated and blended as to make the most delicious chewing tobacco ever put on the market iry it and youre sure to catch the idea HOTEL EWING OPPOSITK DEPOT CSESTON R E JSwixo Manager n BRTANT M D Cole OiBoo Manns Block Cornlns Iowa Ith Strjet 1st d jor north of C T RALPH NEWCOMB i Ss Lath Doors Lime pickets Cement And Hvcrythlas Dosired hy thn Trade for Fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vroomans Mixed Paints Leads and Oils only to tike pait in a uallctl to consirjoi nn inter natunil latio uu tlio fiee of silvei and tint no such oonfcronoo wis contemplated liy Germanv but Utei the excuse amended by sav ins Hint Mi Cleveland had puvaloiu to Ilio effect thai Geiminy uot inilio the holding of the oonfuience It Is a fict von well known n Washington that Mi Clevel md lias icsentcd flora the last the action of Cungiuss in naming txvo thuds of the thus putting it out of his povwr to uiaka a niaiontv of it anti sihei thoiefoio noxxiy wvs mnoli siujiiisoil at his lefusil to com picte it Jf he ioily knew that no aoateieuoo ivoiiM bo lield he appointed tlio aouiinibsioneis an 1 not huvo shown his hin 1 It is oo i tendec by some th it if a eonfoience ts held the six commibSioneis named by Congress can participate regardless of Mr Clevelands wishes as was appropriatedby to pay their espouses hilt that is eioubtful If an mvitation lo tako purt It a monetarv conforenco is oxtciuled to the United States by Germany or atiy other country it is fair toissnme that a com mission signed by the President would be the piilv credoutials which would be recognized is the general impression here that MJ Hmjwlun the Hiuvaiiui minister soored CJipsJiams bxpcuac when he nnnonnccilin advance of any information from his government his immpiiatedeparturc for Hawaii Those who are familiar witlr the Hawaiian goyernmt nt appear to think it probable Unit Alt JJjurston andMr Hatch the present Hawaiian aiinUicr of foreign e Claan Swaep fo ihe Biood BiLM OF GiUEjQ immt Children nndor foiutcen a vtrii i fkcsc rncjjcmcs by thu under foiutcen bo punished by thuu 0 f Iuiiaiiuu uy GI1UH paietits for pi ofination of the Sabb ith or Loids d iv In case iho jmients uglec o I to mfltct the punishment thev n etc subjected to a line of 51 cents No tiivejQi diQvei wagonci or toamtei uas allowed to truel on Suud w Tin mivimum line for the ollnae v as Qi Hilf of thutmountuas the minimum tne Eighty foui cents the penalty toi cioh teion meeting with othei3 in companies 01 foi going from piace to pKioii oxaept to attend upon tl e public woiship of God ot some woik of nec essity Dancing and conosits of music on A Warning Scene In a restaurant SliownsairmlJenjoung ana petite Simple in dress un ncat O A Harris the exclusive Hardware dealer has just receivedtlc nicest Iine6f GASOLINE stoves ever bronglit to Cornin Every family in the connry should have one Heil sell ALS Call and of BUILDERS MATERI 9 Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank CAPITAL SLTIttIUS n Fonoral Jfcuikl SV roono ICUA9 T COIE Ciuhlcr Eeadquartora for Farm Loans The Corning Slale Savings Bank JIns money to lend on improved at 0 per cent annual interest 9100 optional payuaeuU Htf affairs may exchange places f ther do Mr Ihurston would not be human if he did not take advantage of the opportunities that would surely come to him to worry Secretary Gresham His liivrp steptn that direction would most likfllybp to ask for the recall of Minister Willis There has probably nevec IJBOIJ many changes announced or furosiiacl owed in the short space of a single week in the diplomatic corps at Wash ington Without counting the retire ment of minister Tlmrslon there are tho following changes Tho Spanish innulcr who has been notified of the appointment of successor the Ger man Ambassador who has rucnived the same informalio ditto iho Argon Una Minister and the Brazilian Minister has been not i lied of his appointment to tho bench of the Supreme court of Hra zil which of course means a new IJra icilian miuistpr here Thn application of Debs for a writ of habeas corpus was week nrgued before the U S Supreme oouvt Attor ney General Olnoy taking tho negative and Mr C a Darrow of Chiorigo he alnrmative No decision isoxpocted for at least a month owing lo the number of important decisions Imndetl down homehow the idea seems lo bo gonerai that the application of Dobs will denied new hs his week been bidding tho vx u ulngs of meetings of a ecuUi character to be pi iceiT on the doors of meeting houses on Sunday Iho Uwicguhvtnig the SP s AMIS adopte1 eight yovrreniliei Ihe oouifc held that oTqiulors agunst Sunday lavs was not entitled to trM by jurcy A note given on the Sabbath day was void It was held that an np prentice compelled to violate the Sab em loVIcSrn0t t0 ith his vevisQ of 838 travelers d overs wagoners and teamsters wero allowed to travel on Sunday from ne cessity or charity play anl recreation werr oxpresslv prohibited But tho United Stales mail wasullmve under this revision to beenrriod thiwisfi the state on the Lordsday It w is tins ruvigion also ihut tirst tljR Sovonth Day Baptist the law pi yilinjr thatpersons honestlyand oou scientiously observing Satimliv aa dayof worship fhonld not b amonable lo the Sunday statutes It was not nntil 1833 that ihe law prohib inog scnIe labor and recreation on days apnointed for public fasting and thanksgiving umlor tine was iopcnicd ahecomts wrangled over evidence admissibltto show intent of riding on the Sabbath and ganrl jurors on sight arrested and detained offenlers against the Sunday laws uingj A vision indeed a picture complete With a serene ana selfsatisfied air She promptlj iiviUca hrraelf of a ch lr alien Bontly sat down on one or her feet And ixith the valor of a daring athlete Micstled with cxbbaje potato nnd m As she coDtlmicd Jier iuncueoa to eiit Then with nBinesliearosa to dopirt When lo us If in n honlute dream Orattackca iTth oE Hio heart Sha save a noat little wiminly screani Then a genisinc mascniino yell As wll h u sck nl s thufl sha fell To the tloora Hmp aiil inDiionica heap AM n a TiiEAOHEnous FOOT WAS SPECTATOH In Indiii noli Hcnild anything you want I will save My stock is the most Coming and I can furnish you yon money O A Harris A Mistake Froh tlio Detr The pastor hade her proceed I me all urged kindly Iptitahuttoa in tha itribiti box she filtered He sniilei yon1o aJ i she answereu1 I put in it0 ifan and broko a sec nd would bketoexchangeit if you please evc anthonzmg tho churches to appoint oiibh two tythlngmn an uual y tc attend to carrrimV out t e Sunday statues Thn general rovUi ns o the staues since 1808 have notably shown a diminishing series of Sunday cnttctmc I see hy this hero paper said the deacon th a vfoliy Spiuks is Ko e ifot married to a count B lcPliei1 hs wife but dm t See why she didnt stay home and marry Bill hes pnrtv Rood T11 kJ wc i em Constitution unlil now the whole lot can bo embrace in four spocilio pns SIACS Iho revision of 1887 contains only four laws brief clear and explicit imjfeiiho ihlo of Sunday Tho only obnoxious the series fcwVVvs or will be in a A MATE FOB Qrand Rapids Michigan has a mm namod Charles OUon who bwn living without hialns Ho has skull crashed and lost nil hi3 thinkin nutoiial oxcepf a foiv shrids accorf ing to the doctors that killed him But jmt buforo hu funoril ho made H movement Eloctricitv applied to him Ho camo to and is a living Phc nomenon Brains avo aftor all not su Musical Festival Omaha Neh April 19th and 20th 1895 i i 10ll lntl 20tl1 t herowill be held at Uoyds Theatre Omaha a Musi cal Festival and Rate of Faro iftd one third for the iinnnd Trip points on the C B Q with one hiimlml miles of Omaha to OHuaha and Keturn has been authorized for April The Theodore Thomas Goncvra Johiistone Bshop Soprano Air Homer Vooro Baritone nnd the festival cjiorus will be the chief attractions 1 II GitiQGS nnil see us aid ivo nirulfh yon with an at Dtty on the fnrm like A Holiday Full or pleasure and piticss Better Work iou cau do sMore Work c w s isy Yoiuaelf Happy J Biding lid Iie Of cpurse you want the best bread Its to bo had at the City BakoryByc wheat and grahnm J otf If its cheap wall paper you want Ankony Carmiohaal can supply yo If it u comethlng good thev can yon out mostsairsfactorily y w3t Try the dnmostio bread Bakery of J Wilson at tho City 9tj EIECTREC TELEPHONE c n olBco Qnmwlconvoi e ami hnti rolloronenrth Thompson paper uov is yearly to hang THE CORNING COR 1 F OKET IASCHOL3 BiBtcrom Dr ft i IOWA L LiHUB Cathlcr W HCLARK AntOnliIer o A p rnnasu a rosjalir banking baalnesi In Iatere1 paid on MviK   

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