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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - April 11, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             XIII NO THURSDAY APRIL 111895 CORNINU ADAMS COUNTjY 1OWA NUMBER 1379 HOW TO MAKE HONEY now why I could not Thoa L Thomas Wm Pell jSt torn ey sat Law pfistfceln Supreme United State Bank IOWA Office tfven to collectionii noilh of peat office TTI G KINDRED ATTORNEYATLA COKNING IOWA Special attention given to collections Office over Manns Block OTJR l From Our Regular Correspond WASHINGTON 1885 Cleveland does not regard the idea of starting his boom for ahothei nomina tion by making a gold speech at Cm in accordance withtHe invitation recently extended to alleged nonpartisan committeeofqrie bundled business men as favorably as did before the returns from the Chicago municipal electiou reached Washing ion and itis probable that he will de eide that important public business will prevent his going to Chicago to make a financialspeech He hat nis doubts about attempting to launch a otlier democratic has just gone re A THOMPSON SEN Manufacture Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted CorningIowa Cleveland or boom in a city that WALTER CO S r Dealtrsln Lumber SMnglea Doora Saeh Blltjda Lime Balnta Cement Etc Etc glidiy furnilbci Yards corner Beaton mad Sixth street Corninit Iowa COKNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED S JOQNSOSM D PHYSICIAN SURGEON 1st door south Da via AVeils just cast of Acaaemy IB UUlJlll IU u T publican by ruorethan 41000 particu larly when he remembers Unit the same City was carried by 33000 majority in 1802 by the democratic Presidential of more that WOOU votes in the short space of two jens and a half indicates even to the slow moving mind of as great an egotist as Mr Cleveland that the democratic party is losing popularity in Chicago as well as elsewhere The rumor that SecretaryGresham intendecbto resign which vwas started aiiew early this Week was the source of considerable amusement among tliose vvhoiare acquainted with the sit utition UHie cleiiial that quick yfol ISwed not needed to convince them tblat Secretary Gresham would not resign unless couipelieU to although he that the object ior which hechnnged hisppUtipsthe hope of succeeding Mr Cleveland as impossibleof attainment he needs salary and he also the friendship of JMr Cleveland UPOJI which he depends for a restora tionto a place on the bench VVuh the possible exception of Secretary Hjerhert Mr Gresham is the poorest member of and although an able lawyer he has been so long put of active practice that he fetirs he would not find it profitable to resume It is probable that Secretary Gresham wil resign before the expiration of Mr Clevelandsterm but it will ho ito ac cept another office and not to retire to private life According to a story now being re peated around Washington three po iticar and personal friends of Mr money with the plater that I hud are so many things about the ig business that I did npt under staTi Jt was not until I saw the itisement of Gray Co Plating CojumbusiOhio that I coiu mcned to wake money The Royal Plic i r is segt by this house and all the tra secrets connected with the plat inp usiness buch as are necessary in tin jreat gold and silver platingfiic are given free As soon iisT got Royal I made money right alonir I cleared and evttybody is delighted with my work one whp has had trouble their plat ng semi to the above firm and obtain their ciicuJars anil they will be able to make lots of money as I have done The Royal tlatei is fitted out complete eveiything ready for business you do riot have to spend a cent for materials During these hard times this informa tion is valuable FLMorrls The Homestead Estray notice 1 R arapbell coal on tax a nn GeoLawreiico witness Suite vs Bacon T D Lincoln do Chas Ijovelett do C H Sullivan do Chas Barl do BFMyera do WJWilson do1 VmiUrie do do JNofrls wltncBS State vs Jenkins fesllrlstow do nhiiHao do Urie do at Saiice do I BeldinK rto VQColvert do i A lleli 4o MStnnley Grandjuror 810 LTCupp do a 10 Woodward do 9 10 do 810 Ed lloman do 8 SO H Kearl lerk grarid Jnry 12 CO raukKepner witness hefore grand Jury 1 so horticulture in Adams coiipty plant a good farm have good wholesome fruit on onr tables vveryday in the yisar Would plant ornamental shrubs and flowers on uvery lawn and plant trees along the roadside that will stpnd as monuments to the planters memory long afteV3we gotte He jwould make home and cheerful so that the want to stay ton the farm Mr Mitchell spoke in his usual jolly thiit all so i much o pubjifc Spoke in tlie fiighest F H SCRANTQN DENTIST lit National Bank Corning Iowa anabridge Seasonable prices class work Notchargc for landaaud iof5Adams county peppie TheVreppi t of Sf cretary and Trea j The surel tinarfcp The is in a healtty edndition witLi a good balance in th i in the examination t Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA Will attend promptly all calls lay or night iu city or country Residence corner lOst and Loinis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOHTTK DEPOT CRESTON IOWA B K BWINO Manager H BRYAHT M D ulevelindrouo of them a member of the cabinet weni smoking their dinner cigars ip aroom in the jWmte House the other day and discussipe the tolitical outlook when one of them said Speaking of paliticnl reminds me to miike one myself The MtfXt Presidential campaign will see two democratic parties in the held Vno oftliero thefirst to nomiriale a ticket will hnvou free silver man fpr its candidate and IfifS slVBy kfor hiiu to run PB 1 he other be a democratic party or srijalleiv airucnsious It will stand for gold aloTie Its candidate for President will be an out and out gold nmnrwiH be called a gold bug or possibly a goldelephant by his opponentsand the tiuuneiul pJank of the platform up on which his campsjgn will be made wiil advocate the gold stim4urd without irs auds or bufs ThU party not expect to win it will merely make the campaijsu for principle Now for the other side The rapublcan party will have for its candidate a man who Ufneudhto silver without being an cnemv of gold find its platform will re fleet his viewsandbfl will wm When asked to complete the pmfiction by n ig the three caudidatoi tfe Uen an The identity o the ivcr man and thc man who is friend y tosllieris purely speculatisre at this time But the choice of the gold wmg of the is foregone cono u it wil be niaveland Un IIIUKC H MXowner moved that a suitttbToropord be purchasedfor the use secietaiy Carried i Election of officers for the ensuing year icsulted in the election of A t Collman for President HM Townerr Vice President Seward Morris for Secretary J W Morris TreasuionD EMpfflb DanU Leonard and Hon W O Orcharding was taken up arid ablj discussed byprominent fruit growers and the conchision was reached IFirst that we must purchase only No 1 thrifty second cultivate the pVchard tlioEouEhljT third iprune but little and that while the trees aroypnpg Then when the orchard comes into bearing feed the treua and the orchard as we would for any Held crop Next topic Varieties to plant A OAHarris the exclusive Hardware dealer has just received the nicest line of Q ASOLINE etoves ever brought to Coniing Every familyin should have one Hell sell em right litifliii Also a complete line of BUILDERS ALS Call and get prices MATER Brokiiw tSSIcClouil 5d Sawyer Trod Holben IWBcott f Ilubbard as Huth feed Stone WS Hcttlni iViirik Stoiic j Marshal UMoilorrun 3hasiloKo lontQebble Jos Drenuaii iluis Lee MopiS Leo Wm Wycoil I Watta FM VConncll W V Uofrd do do ao do do do do do do do do do dp do do do do do do i do CPUtwin do C A Hawkins Couat Keporter D FMcMuran witncsa before grand jury V McTCeo do Geo Qebble ido II Eldridfro shcritt Insane case of Sch u elder FLooney witness before grand Jury i BJ Auditor reported approval of tho following bonds in accordance with See 1269 My stock is the most coiriplete in Corning and I can furnish yon anything you ma I will save you money Justice of Township LS Preston S Mercer A J Uoylaa Constable Carl township Q W J HBldrldjre taking to Asyi luin vi H W iiurperMarch salary as Janitor 3 MBiler To Supt H EWestrope Treasurer JHEldridge Sheriff G WIden Auditor D H Mcyorlioff Co Atty W S Lyons Fdb March salary as Clerk tan olaiuiawere allowed on Count Funiby motion of older V P Gay County printing i 2G 12 Ankeny supp lea for Co i G Pkawrenco Acres Blackamro Printing blanks and books TIP A Kerihou hardware A Q hiirowate forCon rl poatajio freight aud 1H13XU paperby A F CoUnmn Jhis papjy The papercalled oiit sonic andseveral tjuestions were ACr iyrfll 444 Jndge ferred 516 plant 4 yeav old cut back Miv Leonard very young thrifty trees SontifpiiJ B Harsh would plant years old anil not cut bacfcWucjv Would plant a big red apple for 1 n iV liitin JolmKrtrns dp S S Lyona pbatiiice and It WVHarpyr sawdusttqr courthouse l 85 1 es l 1 35 1 35 1 35 1 55 1 35 1 33 1 35 1 35 1 35 25 135 1 35 1 33 1 35 faUand see na and we can futuish you with au Outfit that will make Bay on tbe farm like A Solid ay Full of pleasure and hap Better Work You can do 3 More Work Yourself Happy 105 Kfl 104 0 IS5 M 31 Sa Harris merciarorchard mostly Bon Davis Mr Oollmau worn5diiOhly plant rininbei qqe Igw headed two year old trees would only plant good two Mr Leonard would use lime vvhitewasli well salted on histreef to w Ollloe Jfanns Block CJrnlng Iowa KosUenoe Tth Stroot 1st door north of C Colo RALPH NEWCOMB to Lvmttr Co kilt insects Mr Kennou his trees with strong lye MrM0ftit would use soap suds and keep the Jjark clean and kill all the insects and would keop hisUoBB UeaUly A FBciltruapv would uso soft soap freely on tbetioos early in Juno r Judge II M Towner oftercdreso i Omiiiui Curpllno A G 11 reuilttanoo of dug tax t W Illitoie Gu KUfitl UHUll flftso C T uole by error of tax sale deed Cornlnir water works water rent Court House and Jail 380 Illinois Prlullnjf Co arutlonery and j ulnoks 23CO Illinois Printing Co stattonory and j hlonka 1875 II SlioWuian night wuteli Septemucr 1st 1 IS 2TOV7 PREPARED TO SELL YOU THE ONLY 1 IN THE MARKET AT THE can Mr Cleveland Qfl ft goldphitfoim tion that liie executive this prepare ft jcirculaiv rccon mending a list of fruits as a aiiide for planters td be circulated1 among1 tho O Carried unanimously P Shlun Thermometer for 1 D C ceo work f or iwrt i 400 Husaey statlbnery etcU 85 H H Jonea impairing water closet 1 UO AH Tucker remlttutiue dog tax 1 Oi 11 F camphell repairiuff bunks iu jail und other wo 50 D CPuinroy for fees paid Cleric and by him to Treasurer Instead of to t 4 80 Jno M Rixlcr postage en ress etc 9 IU Hurry JIcloud a daya lllllUiii 6 10 iu oo lu 00 i 02 Hurry diiya L S freGtoii one Jugtlce fiaHSW Jaoob UavlcJc 5 days baliff J A Koaqh Adams Lath Doors Liine SasDiShinglesPickets Cement And Kverythinff Desired by the Trade Hgent for Fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vroomans 5 Leads and Oils Proceedings of the pf of County Ia9 at ular April 1895 Hoardmel Inrcsrulnr session ircfient Minutes of last dayLOf by ordcr ot Boaid ct Super visors as follows popn SIJND S A Hubbard redemption lot 117 I 2 BO O A Deliver salary for January as t poor 37 50 a 5 iocw for Febraary eoftf for ftirniiy l Mrs nonoon Pays Interest on Doposita of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank j 8UHP1DS ssoooono JlO00000 Transacts a General Banking Business fW S HFFLTNO President OFFICERS A WBIM VlcoPrcsldent Ol i cashier Headriuarters for Tarm Loans The Corning Stale Savings Bank Has money to lend on Improved at 0 per cent annual interest optional payments County Fruit Asaooiation The Association held a very intcrest inqr session in Cortiiug last tnany March The meeting was called to order by President W O Mitchell D K Moflit Dan Leonard J Morris Seward Morris A F Collman and others were present The program was taken up and ably discussed from beginning to end do tho Apple trees iu j county weed Most was the lirst topic on the procram and opened by n paper bv Mr Moflit Ho would onlyplant choice trees then care for them would cultivate thoroughly until the trees came into heaving then would see to clover arid pasture with hogs Aisa a paper on the subject by Sourard Mor ris He would cultivate the orchovd and that the trees wero kept healtuy forcible speech recommended planuuK i Tuyior GOOO cood secdlins thought that serymen were not careful enoiiRh in iiroeuriiiR scions for grafting and attri butes tho low vitality of many orchards to tho tigo of unsound scforjs fy some nuvserymen Would seed orchard to check the growth of trees late in the season theu prepare tho trees for winter and encourage fruitfulness Mr Leonard is very cn JM thusiftsliein anything he believes and January n was critized IJut he is good on an ar n B Wcstrope J cument and susainfid his position well A if Collman would never seed au orchard to timothy nor blueRrass cFpSy pultivate until trees come into bearing sow to clover or buck wient aiul allotv prop to rot on the wjlarper oiountl thereby reducing Ilia near as possible to a forest escntial to ihn health of the orchard l y jnjuipr ie topic wasfull of interest and every 18 fruit grownr in Adams covuity should been presojit SESSION Annual AddiASs of the President the Hon W O MitehsH M liitclieli is not diacouvagad in J A Koaoli do J A Lovejby remit of erroneous tx on merchandiseISOi POOR FUND The following warrants were Is ucd Win Diihlbortf cum for poor farm P ft Ilevlns goods H Dennis for hoard of URilefc A O Hiuilsliurdwure to poortiirm F A Keanoii fUppltcB for poor farm W A UiecklnridKe 41 Viu o ts W eta bu to poor fitrm Dr A L Olive medicine to poor farm 0 SUvousotwoduysoom work at poor farm PII Bevlria supplies to poor iw AM Beyraer services as oyenieer jf 84 51 SS V 0 ti 45 11 48 U E A Larjrent Assesins Riid laking een toWnabip J N Ankeny Trustee worn and Board of Health Prescott township T Goodwill do do CT okey do do E Uavia do do 114 IX 4 nn 4 00 4 Tlie Good ii Q lleudrlckson Trustee linaru of llcultb Cougla i Sra fop poor o farm Eliza A Ball roraittanoo of taxes lowasoliool or jcnf alothlnir for Hays it so 1 CO T 6 05 21 84 6U 00 13 17 FoX township W claim Warrants issued on county fund J H Elnrldire serving subpoenas ot per bill tiled W iicwittcoaltocourt house 50bu j j Warper salary for January Janl 5 85 B 70 5 til CO is 50 UQO IT 0 7 85 6 43 11 37 1 85 on t j it oaseu 1 Bldrlrtae sulary Jttnnnry for Jail do Auditor i tfeb salary na Sheriff Janitor Treasurer Aucltor i o 1 UFrcnoh petit juror fs w PottlnKor do Bohwalka wllncss before grand Votlt juror do 0 T Okey 104 00 6 70 100 10 IKS 00 82 80 10 n a 10 3 7U n BO S3 33 125 10000 41 K ill II a 10 3 no 2 70 2 GO 2 SO 8 000 uuuuruii C H Fees merchandise for Mrs Fast G A Dcaver salary as Supt poor farm BRIDGE FUND The following warrants wero issued i Slrouso bridge work D P Hall do n II Lu Rueluinber for Q M F Tucker lumber for bridges J M Tucker do DOMESTIC AXIMAL FUND The following clalmn was Issued Hnith Nell sUeep killed by 4 00 Following refunds were granted by Board J Youiw Jr erroneous ro id tux Carl tOWUBlllp I It P Hatton dogbpf lgl 1 Moved to adjourn CSCnousE 2 SKCOND DAY noanl met porsunht to artjonrnmemt Meni ers all prosont Minutes of yesterday s acs on roid and approved Boiird granted highway as petl oned for by Vernon ct al lielns consent ilirhway to vacate and relocate contract as niwu by Co Attorney between county mima land approved Moved to appoint Hrwnleoand Adams a omml on road petitioned for by O Tow al petition tw Chalmers etal for reduction If width of highway from sixtysix to forty motionhlRhway petition of W tllder d for istee nnd t wiialp 1hll Hrown Bae slnj taking census Carl township W K Trustee work arnnttwp Corning Electric Light to light for court house und Jail W 11 Bosvel Trustee work Washing ton township A D Shixw prlntliff board proceedings tvoaurer Bta onient W jlKVmia ftsaosslngand lakln census laspcr township I VnnwoBencn repair for fourt nonae UC Kane iisscsslnir and tnktng eensus Merocr township Hammond Bros Stephens mullinir and blndeiS for reports for loSuptoffloo J H orimina oaaeg poon raJD The following onlmswere allowed Scott k Blggiir npor farm supplies G A Heaver money advanced to llogan for corn for poor farm Dr W E Messenger medical servlC to Williams faiUv o Mcrnrty conlto llubbaril family Blackburn Holben merubanulso to WlUlama lira M Urookb washlnjr for w illlanu Perieh merchandise to Hub no i Tito Good So J WORLD HERBAL DISPENSARY OF MEDICINE Cleai f 3 the Blood Will Care Scrofula or TIiiAVorat isloott foiuoii 1 or vroman ever became a 9 39 1 victim of withoutMerciiry Arsenic or other Mineral Poisons No heeil of going to tm Arhansiis when you can be cured it hoitic of Disease from I pcolctoSQ yours standim with ono to three oottles Prfco 810 OJ a liottle 77 X 2 00 4 00 04 T tra no 108 00 15 UO Q H Currier merchandise to Hublmrd VHrammer Adkliis FreucU G H Iurrlcr iiarah Timbrel domestic work A Gauvaln two raontl house rent for llllams Fackler Holes merchandise for WH J c and E B Davis lumber for Hubburd Thos W L QQadwlll attendance on itaupcrs Jono NeBtler do twelve weeka boarding Iluvvoy Vork Gillett Bros Anderson clothing 10 poor Thoa Gobble SO bu coal to IJ Thomas K L Jones goods to Mlanlx Family Z T Widener goods Ms Brentnall Scholtz Milling co feed for poor farm t irrantcd as prayfM Ordered that Auditor purchase Codes for Justice in need of odes COUNTY FOND By motion tho following claims wore al ABaesslnir and tnklngrcensus Proscott lao W ISoodwlll Ansewilng and Tho following elatina wero nlloweJ C S rouse freight on car piling OSrouse brl go work D P Hall do 7 30 17 9 7 IB 13 81 B 31 2 00 0 25 4 G5 4 H 8 82 IS 00 A 105 00 4 00 SO 00 SO s 00 4 25 5 O 80 17ft Si 15 SO 3 00 BALM OF NERVINE Restores yonnir and middle aged men to viga andhciilth ftom youthful and later OXCCSSCA Palpitation 6E the Heart Nervous Debility Loss of Manhood Melancholy Catalepsy or St Vitus Dance Syncope Hysteria nnd Conatipa nation oC the Bowels Price KUO a bottle Send money by P O order BHIl I cases cured by these medicines For either medicine 1 ptve a written guarantee to refund money imlpfs cured IPor other Chronic Diseases send Ifk in stamps for Question blfuit No 1 foe men No 3 for women Address W PAISOLE M Csrr Sroadway Council Bluffs la CORNING REAL ESTATE CO a general Real Estate busi ness buys and sells Choice furnisand town property for sale or rent If you have nay thing to sell list it with ns Call when you want to buy Office in W M Scolts ShoeStore W MANAGER D P Hall do J H II Lallno lumber for bridges 170 THE CORN1NO W H Mars i do a Raker brlnprcwork M F Tucker lumb r for bridges JMTiickor do and work A Q Kennon piling for bridge T n nnd 1C E Dnvls bridge lumber f Stewart lumber and work on bridge Ino Ho linger bridge worn It Newoomb mmbcr for brld5 Follow Ing wovo Rrantcq Dan 11 oaly on 8 SH 1 U nennusPrpsnoltlnu Thoa Adarns Onnnty com wor II Movcrholf 1ft pm cent of fcca on Iliipsand expenses In liquor and burglar cnaes F Stownrt ono day township Board R W Day For books sent M Tlook To Ifnmmond nro Stepliens blank books 5 00 2 50 35 79 2 00 2 28 1999 78 1 4S II 37 3 S9 Si 10 W IOWA V P OKEY Pres 3A HOUOLS ViceProsidoiu V U LiHUB CMhlir W HCLiHK iast Gaahler The fallovfinu wavvants w riaiflo animal fuud 3 00 ilrawn on do miMiiu KUII II O I I lied by doss 7 cO M Har or do 0 0 EBOacll horse do IS 00 Hy o iler of Board the following remittance of tax wero made K 3743 inniciiloy S STJmmcrman 5 R U ChipmnTl O A PeiVf n H A F Okey CF Andrnwa M A Scholz rcguUr flunking ii ft hwnchqa Intercpt paid on tSlOOorraore maKo spftcUlty ol rani loam 1 jl KUlipiitrtok claim for tlon Moved o adjourn V BCROtiSE chairman   

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