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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - May 2, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             NUMBER 1382 CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 21895 VOL XXIII NO 18 IALB BROWN AttorneysatLaw In Supreme and United Btalo First Natl Bank IOWA O JtlTCHKLL AttorneyAfLaw SBpocla attention given lo collections Office or north of post office COHNIKQ IOWA KINDBBU ATTORNEYATLAW CORNING IOWA Special attention given to collections Office over Manns Block THOMPSON SEN Saddles Collars Bridles Combs Brushes etc Repair j neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa VITALTER NBWCOMB CO Dealersita Immber Lath Shingles Doora Sash Blinds Lime Painte Cement Etc Etc Estimate gladly furnished Tards corner Benton Ave and Sixth street Corning Iowa HO CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Gol ALL WORK GUARANTEED S D SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis Wella office Residence Just cast of Academy H SCRANTON DENTIST over National Banft Corning Iowa for extracting teeth without pain Crown bridge work a specialty Reasonable prices for work No for R if PKyiLcian Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store IOWA l attend promptly all calls day or or country Residence comerjaOat and Loans ave IOWA OPPOSITE DEPOT EWIHS Manager OUR WASHINGTON LETTER From Onr Regular Correspondent WASHINGTONApril SO democrat should ever say Monroe doctrine again The administration after having allowed poor little Nicarau gliatb suppose that it would bepro tected against the rapacity of Great Britain has been cajoled or bulldozed matters not its bauds while England forcibly com pels the little republic to do just what is demanded by tbe British Senator Hill was right when he sivid the Monroe doctrine1 mejvriinglessi But it is only when interpreted by a democratic act it is meaningless It has always meant just what it pur ports to handsi off American republican Presidents were in office and it has been so understood by all European governments Ah instance was the tottering and fall of the Maximillian government in Mexico which the Third Jfapoleon tried to establish while the United States was busy fighting the civil war at few words from President Lincoln Mr Cleveland now realizes he attempts to carry put his announced programme of compelling every Fcder al officeholder largeand small to take an active part inithefight against silver which he has started inside the dem ocratic party he will have an open revolt on his hands Prominent silver democrats are giving Mr Cleveland a chance to back down by publicly stat ing their beliefthat Mr Cleveland has been misrepresented andlhat he never had any such intention Of course they know that he did have that intention nnd they fear that he still has it It is well known that a large majority of the Federal officials in the south and west are silver men A democratic Senator says Mi1 Cleveland will find himself formally read out of the democratic party if he persists irt trying to carry out that programme Civil Service reform will lose one of its most courageous advpcates by the resignation of CivilService Commis sioner Roosevelt to become Police Commissioner of New York city This stepping from the head ofija national commissioner to become a member of a municipal commission even of the great city of New lorlcis not it pro motionin any sense of the word for Mr Roosevelt but lieris a New Yorker and was unable to stand tlio home pressure brought to bear to securehis help in the reformation ofthe abuses in New York polipp circles which have scanda lized that city The people Q York are to be congratulated on the change but there are noreasons for extending the congratulations to Mr Roosevelt KepresentativeTawriey of Minneso ta at preseivt in Washington says he hasnt been abletosec the increase in the sentiment in fuyorof the free and iVnlimiteyi ooinagc of silver of other uittions whichhe has heard about since he came to Washington Kofevrjpg to a published interview in which Secretary o thP inter state Commerce Commission declared that everything in Minnesota was go iog toward silver Mr Tawney said it reminded him oil a stoiy about p ruan who alter walking about the swamps which used to surround the city of Duluth approached the hotelkeeper with 3 Hvpnositioh to sell him a car load of frogs legs man didnt want so many butagreedto buy a bushel The next day the seller turnpd up with four piirs of frogs legs and when the kpopev indig nantly said to aim Could of m n of many purposes These pur pb eachin their turn radiantand raijnved tinted to be almostwpr shii for awhile then to be neglect ed iiid unally to be forgotten and wh My cast aside In the meantime thn vorld of woe suffers for the luckof the help theso efforts might bring Tin n is no call for men of a hundred or iliiusand purposes none of which be carried Such purposes are likieed unaowny which cannot pro duiq a narvest or like the talent folded in a napkin and hid in the earth Tlmre is always a call and ajoud call for hi en of a single purpose and who put into that purposebrain and brawn heart and haud In the realm of busi ness in the church in the field of art of science and in all the departments of life they are wanted and earnestly wanted A Gambler in Hunger New York World According toChi cagu telegrams Armours holding of wheat now represents a net profit of on the deal in which he is engaged simultaneously with the deal in dressed beef The one deal illustrates the other Theprineiple method are the same in both The man who distributes a product from producer to consumer is entitled to take toll for liis trouble That is honest business As long as he is dis tributing he ispreventing scarcity feeding the hungry and clothing the naked whohon estly does the best he can to distribute the largest possible amount of the pr duct he handles is a benefactor of the world doing as much for its progress as could be done by the same amount of brain and energy invested iu auy other way But when he stops distributing when he does his best to prevent distribution that instead of relieving want he niay increase he ceases to become a benefactor and becomes an extortioner Thegambler who uses his money prevent the distribution of wheat until he increases his profits to a million has coined hunger into money He may have deprived a family of broad foi every dollar of his million He has given nothing for what he has taken He liasCfcatcd scarcity instead of re lieving ib He has increased the misery and suffering in the world instead of diminishing it as does every man who conducts an honest and fair business1 Mr Armours profits are not made from bread and beef They are made from misery and hunger and riun 5 BOONE Always Rifle and Killed Game REMNANTS OF BARBARISM Barbaric customs still hold sway T brougridutAmerica today Pepaltios of theTurk Upon our Btfltutebooks still lurk 1be gibbet and Hie hangmans noose Hnyeyet In many states a use And executions on each hand Disjrraoe the name of our fair land The wliipplnzppst tbo ball and Cunnlug devicqsof rain8 Still play in punishment a part Showing Hie hardness of the heart not evil hut with good Was Bald by one who understood The better way in Palestine Vet men go on from year to year And never seem that voice to hear Which taiiglt 011 earth how men should lo Whose dying echoes were Forgive Them tor they know not what they A meijsapre hoth for mo and you Away with gibbet ball and chain And whatsoever 1avcs a stain trpou the great republico niimc Society is more to blame Than they who born in haunts of sin But natures voice pursuedihereUj Reformatories not a cell And in which to dwell Kind words and fleeds and helping hands Arc better far than iron bands H GOODWIN Twentieth Century BRYANT M D cian Snrgeoxi MannaBloelc Corning Iowa ttli Street 1st door north of C T Thc next few passed by Booue amid conflicts He was a Tpader settlers one lime Hoi g s of both in peace and he represented Burgesses of VirginFa another time he was tupk a co tilled the land tiic trees himself IjuUd the cabins aiid his own hands wieldinjjtBeVioDg lianded light headed frontier axe as other frontiersmen His main that of sur Not aHappy Man Though his lifewas full of work and was ever faithful lo duty Rubinstein a happy man With each suc ceeding year he grew more and more pessimistic Life failed to give him the amount of enjoymenthe craved out side of his art and except in the socie ty of women ho did not seem even com monly liappy But for the fair sex he had ever a joke and a smile It amused him to shock their feelings and when they opened their eyes widely at his audacity he never failed to enjoy it He believed thata knowledge of womna was necessary to an artist and i n youugaspirant to any artistic calling asked liis advice his Uist question was Have you loved yet For he believed that a man who could not love was in capable of becoraoiug an artisc He himself could not be accused of any failing in this case for his loves were almost as many and various as his days He had all the faults andi ail tlie virtues of his artistic calling and in every iense of tie word lived for his art and lis fancy retrardleaa of allthings His was a triie Bohemian nature L iheve was certainroughness wautof act and even brutality in his nature hat made itself disagreeably JelD imes His was hptattemper ried Up to acertaiii pbiht he could lold it in cheek admirably but any thing beyond thiscaused ntj explosion ofwralh that was terrible As inhis physiognomy soin his temper there vas much of the lion Those whodid lot know him consequently feared him for his personality was ope thatawed especially ji the latter years of his life McArthur in the Century for May xl thought you you cou et he replied I did th nAUDESTV A STAPLES HARDESTY STAPLES and Builders Cornlnjr Iowa Mnke a specialty oC Stone Brick Plastering tmd Cement work ATERMAN MEYERHOFF Attorneys At Law Collections and nil legal business promptly Attended to Ofllco over lntlonal Tunic of Cornlngr CORNING REAL ESTATE CO Transacts a general Real Estate busi ness buys and sells Choice farms and town property for salo trade or rent Zf you have anything to sell list it with MS Call when you want to buy Oflico in W M Scotts Shoe Store ought fiotu the noise they made that the swamps were full of cw but these were all I could catch Two members of President Harri sons Procter and exAttorney General MHpr liave clared most positively thenignorance of any attention on the part ot Gen Harrison to become a candidate for re nonUnatjon by the National convention tor added that ho was r to any candidate and tJ lienn would be satisfactory Mr Clcrplopds implied rebuke to Secretary Morton fmhjMfipg ppme out flatfooted for n single goHT slapflaifl was about the same sort of n rebuke that a certain class of merchants arc In tho IwbiPof giving their clerks in the presence ot sonjo susfomors who com plain of having boon duped by misrep resentation It will be noticed that Mr Cleveland did not once say in interview he furnished the press that ho did not agree with Secretary Mor ton He contented himself by saying that Mr Morton had not been author ised to speak for him Thn only mis take made by Secretary Mortun was jn supposing that Mr Cleveland was wtlk ing to have his opinions expressed to tho public just as he had expressed to the cabinet aud his ability it in spite of the creat ed much among paopjo oft4 tracts of wild land for future use But whatever wherever he went ho had on the watch for his When he andhls follows stumpdotted fields of corn of the party were always otiiKUfirdiwith riile ivt the ready for fear savages When he of Burgess es Tutoavried and tvavors ed rohds not which was free from tho attacks the early years MANAGEH supplied He and tlialiuflalo wintPV fjo tfllGW itilinoeis of bliiok boaiS MUl HMde bacon of them precisely as been hogs The common gaffewere dcor and elk At tljflt Jinm notKentuQky hunter would bvV they sonjetJBJes swans when they came hbujh Roosevelt iuHay St Nicholas ABOI THE SLOPE between Vlllisoa v on Deposits of Upward Same as Any Savings Bank toil anil 150flflOotr iioooooo a Gonorat JJftnkliiB nualmiss I W S IlRpriNO Proslilcnt I WKITJJ Vlnorrosldcnt OHA8 T CorK Cnslilcr Headquarters for Farm Loans MEN OF ONE PURPOSE Sago Todford In 4f W05ord Tho world always lias room fQr1 lbf men of a single eye and purpose Its most signals triumphs most lasting victories are achieved by the steady persevering in of men of single aim than by those purposes and countless designs IJje Apostle Paul exclaimed This one thing I do His supor hnnmn energy his unswerving perse voranco and his endurance jn and sufferings have been th the Christian world cvur since was no mistaking tho purpose of Ins Jjfe It wasnot manifold but rather single definite nnd clcaiv iWRlVMy 8 10 raan w10 reporLSad ill report through uje chill ing inists oCixigbt and lie burning heat of noon Adversity and pros pcritv can continue ivith xeal and de votion to carry out the aJW to which life has been committed mull uiateoald ilBmndonnd the metal is cnst and tftn a The world Is full is oomplelod and works ilk 6 a Smith the Griswold bank robber wp taken to Fort Madison by Deputy ISiitecl States Marshals Hilwcg and He was tnken to the Burlingtm ilepotin a cab pipe holds 935000 Jnnd can Be pumped full in 85 minutes A shot a blue heron last week thivjruoasnVed six feet from tip to tip pf wins amifive feet beak to claws l lo have the beat water town in veoonUy resign ritlenoy of the Bedford sun applicant for the pf Crostpn schools He is advanced educators ortljejatei and Croston will get f strqngjan if they secure his services CUflU Coins Oavmt uat FEBD A carload of Chop Feed just received at H J Reynolds elevator Call and et what you want A B McDonald rnplemoPtai sell Agricultural If you want a Buggy or Carriage that is nuir1 ON HONOR get aMOLINE or HENNBY Sold by McBonald State G A B Encampment Cllaton 7 9 1895 Tickets on sale May Gth to 9th inclu sive good for return on or before May 10th 1893 Rates one fare fov the round trjn 7 bi F H GRIGGS Agt The Corning Stale Savings Bank Has money to lend on improved farms at 6 per cent annual interest with optional 14tf RALPH NEWCOMB Lath Doors Lime Sash Shingles Pickets Cement And Everything Desired by the frade tgent far Fays Manilla Roofing Bradley Vroomans Vlixed Paints Leads and Oils THE CORNING CORN1NCIOWA iPOKET Prea iASCUOLZ VIcePresident F LLjkBtJK W HCLARK Anat Canhier R U Cbtpman 0 APeAan H H LftRue A FOlcey CF A Scbolz FrsnaoU reRUUr bunking bnalnosa In all it Interest pdld on eavlngg jmQOormore Wo specialty ol ten utato IOIHB Which Which i Can you I tell One paid to his 5 5 other is i wearing Kastlron costing Arid they will wear long too as KAST IRON can be had of Eshelman Clothing House PLANTERS IN ORDER TO ORDER a machine that ORDER TO ORDER the s Common Sense is I1T ORDER McCORMICK His always IW BUGGIES BUGGIES BUGGIES we sell thtm our OHIO RIDING CULTIVATOR It will pay you to call OB us bofor you buy jfc O IS NOW PREPARED TO SELL YOU THK ONLY IN THE MARKET AT THE as To Contractors and Builders Notice la hereby given that bids for the erection of a School House In Sub district No Zintho district township of Lincoln In tho County of Adiuns wil bo received by the un dersigned nt Hajes Post Oillce until 2 oclock p in Satnidny the 1st day of June lS95at which time tho contract will ho let to est responsible hidder tho board of directors reserving the right to reject any or nil bids Plans or specillcatians can bo seen at my residence Hayes P 0 or at the office of this paper CIIAS WALIOUD 4t SeoDIst Twp of Lincoln WL DOUGLAS Of course you want the best bread Its to be had at tho City wheat and graham 9tf IS THE BEST nT FOB A KING CORDOVAN CALF Trotting Stallion JOE RECORD Season of 1895 at Fair grounds Corning la 3MW POLICE3 SOLES EXTRA FINE Over One Million tho W L DougUs Shoes All equally satisfactory 3 for the money iqual custom in style and flt Thslr wearing qualities are unsurpassed The prices are stamped on sole From to over other mzkes II your dealer cannot supply you we can Sold by C F ANDREWS Terms 81500 for season payable when mare is bred Mares failing to get with foal can be returned next year freo of charge T O SVTAIN Owner Homeaeekers Excursions To points in the south Tickets on sale April 30th May 21st 11 Limits for return 20 and 30 clays For full particulars cull on or address F II GKIGGS Agt   

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