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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - May 9, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             CORNING AD A Me COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 9 895 l VI i t llKL y Attorneys ULaiw 8Ui IOWA AttorneyAtLaw af gallon lo eollM second of poit office 0 KINDRED L A W COHNINO IOWA Offlce THOMPSON Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Brushes jete Repajr mg nearly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa A LTK R N S rt TOM B A lnmbi r Liih H Lime Pulntji Omei t Etc Er furnished Yarila Corner Sixth Street Vorntnij HC Blinds ve OTJB WASHINGTON LETTER Prom Our Jiiilar CirrlHpoiidnl WASHINGTON 8 Nothing in thq future is moie certain than that ho administiatiou will be given a lively hauling over the LoTfs by Congressfor its policyintheNjearSgua1 affair It is doubtful except Mr Cleveland and ihe members of thecabmet has seen the official cor respondence but it is known that in the the dispute between Nicaragua England Seereaiy gaffe Dr Guzman the Niear aguan minister to understand if he did not tell him explicitly that the admin istration thought Nicaiagua fight and would support it if accessary And there are reasons for the belidf that It was the intention of the adminlslra tiop to atapdlsy i Nicaragua until Am bassador Bay at d whose paitiality for the English iswell known made cer tain representations m his dispatches from London which caused the admin istration to tmn a somersaulfand agree to allow England to do what she pleased with Nicaragua It cannot be stated jo ajeertaipty what those repre sentations wpejrbut suspicion stiongiy points j4o theic having a connection with a hoiby which Vjr ir iiT yuited States shall jointly cdntrol the Nicaragua ship canal Whatevei mav be the views of Mr Bayaid and e views o Mr Bayaid and the administration as to such a paitner ship it is certain that Cougiess will CORNING 10W Gruluate of Philadelphia Icge ALL WORK GUARANTY PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1t door south vt ii law office Rcaidcnae j list F H SCRANTON s e Office over lst NationafBank Gornms Iowa Vew methods for extractjfig teeth without pain Crown and bridge work a specialty Reasonable prices for firstclass work No for examination of Ameiicanism er comes up m Con gress as it will early in the next ses sion many of the ablest demociata m Congress I i ncl uding Senator A organ presentjchairman of the Senate com Relations will be shoulder to shouldei ans m advocacy of a declaration so strong that it will con vince the world that the United States is determined to dominate this conti nent Without the of any co partnership with or any Sthoi European nation Senator Stewart of Nevada made public an open letter to Mr Cleveland this weekf wjjich sotae faic writing The success of rd Kim fin plant nig the Btltish flag and auu BrtlslaUle over Nicarasrua is by loyal subject Of Ihe and nJl secuie for you the love andlespect of all tiue English be disturbed tby the unreasonable complaints of any of your countiymcn who continue to chne to the nariow and unrensomAle pre judtces which the descendants of the rebels of 1776 stll enteitam agqins 111 ituasftijul ln would do some act u hli tOill aecount stand hi mm IICCH taUn to piosifciito UI pciaons muku it a to him Rev C E MuOane the foJJoiy who or a youand 1 htlf occupied the Pres bytenaii pulpit atEnaeison was repeiit ly tiled by the Prcsbyteiy at Bedford and as a result he was suspended fiotn the ministry In addition to this sen tence he excluded from all church Jprivilegesu 1411 Mich si time as ho should show by his conduct and character that he had truly repented of Ins misdeeds and forsaken his evil courses A STOLEN IDEA The income a demociatia measure and fhe are not en the credit for it given them in the Loins Republic Geneial Weavfti ran for piesident as a populist m 1803 on an income tax platform He got votes only and wap defeated Grover eland ran as on a platforni which paid nothing about an incoinejtax He gt 5553142 and was1 elected e then proceeded to lecommend ihe popnliat incuuie tax to congress and with appiovaljt was smug gled thiough under1 cbver of a tariff bill and becaine a law Why should not the cicdit for this inquity belong to the populists JAICleveland stole their idea York Sun I H Tana5 Keforms Great New York Rccoider It has yielded a JO pei cent increase in the importa tion of foieign goods made by foreign labor and displacing a like amount o Amepcan labor i It has yielded a nearly 10 Jper cen decrease in the exports of American pioducts and merchandise thus cut ting off so much moie work and wages foi Americans I It has yielded a great flood of eign grown wools and destroyed the sheep laising industry tfn American In6identally it has helped to yield a shortsr supply of sheep forrshinghter and Chicago meat ring to put up the prices u OH J XXIII NO 19 I Which i is I Which Can you tell One paid 4T5G to his other is wearing Kastiron cqsting It has yielded more foreign by a bundled million dollars and yet has yielded a decrease pf In per cent in the amouufof iimportu tions free of duty McKiuleys act even find a more liberal free list 1 It has yielded more taxation and revenue on imported goods I necessa Jies or lifesuch as sugar teji coffee fiuits rice fish vegetables And provis ions geueraltythan the old tariff by about two dollars to one ererytobacco chewcr is wanted 8 to the merits of LORILLARDS And will wear as long too have thns jnagea of chewing tobacca Sit innanimoti3 m pro i it tue best ia quality the S I kAST can be had of I Eshelmanf Clothing House jj B OLOVEB PJhysiciantfc Surgeon Office over Andiews OIofhing Store CORNING to WA Will attend promptly all calls dajror night in city or country Residence cornerlOst and Lomis ave HOTEL EWING OH POSITS prolect us wmd and ancestors Your eat Position enables you to eeo the groat dP Bntish naval stations guarding our exposed sedpoits on the two oceans and the mercial advantag lwill afford under r Tour cJear vision spans the continent and extends to the faroff islands of the Pacttic and you fully qompleto pro CLASS EXEBOISES Corning High School Friday Even ing May 3 1895 Notwithstanding the tain of last Fri lay evening a laige audience of Corn ng parents and friends gathered at tho High School building to witness the exercises of the Junioi Each participant acquitted himself or herself with honor and their oiations ordei and as to na security and Commercial advantages the Nicaragua canal British M Miss LclaBell i 1 M0t Office Manns BlopkJqdVii ttesiaenoo 7th Streot 1st door north Colo or c vELwii Ajritain with headnuarteis at Honolulu would be tojthe Following is hefnnreasonablo oppbsi tmn of the benencient policy and conUnqeto treat with con mt tho vile insinuations of improper bonds io the to secure protectioaand J country eep an eye single to the glory and re nown and the name you a MEYERHOFF Attraneys At Lavsr cBaiiiuainiE8a promptly Offlco over ITationar Etiuk of Corning j ESTATECp Transacts a generali ness buys and sells Choice furms and town property for sale trade or rent Ifyou have anything to sell list it with u1 Can when you want to buy n OfficeinW M Scotts Shoe MANAGER Yorli says of I1 shallact solely with being of the city ami the serviceiaridshall Jake nccountjonly of and JrecoVdot the mehi Neither TVinff appointments nor removals shall I pay to the political or reUgIOus afllliatious of any bommis sioner I remain as I have always been Mr Roosevelt will leavorWashington next week r ABipOTn i Shenantlbah have anew Armory lt svill proof 120 x 40 feet JIt will Clarinda is pride over who lately sucked oncsittmg and ho accom plished tho feat after having eaten his iTHS Wovk is soon to bo begun ontho new Emovson to CaKe tlio placd oT recently burned down Allison Takes Middle Ground the Davenport Uemocratj SenatorAnisons views on i the cnr Ioncy question which were matapublic at Marshalltown last Friday night have INVOCATION been reproducedin almostTeverymaper MUSIC r i t in the country If was with exactly St Orchestra this object m mind that Senator Allisoi spoke was not to acorn pany of traveling men for the mere sate of addressing them but over their shoulders ho was declaring himself for thopiesidentialcamasg MiAllison did not any ad vanced ground ho istopcautiousfor that But he removed the i mystery which has surrounded at leastoneoiiii aiaate for tlie andthere oy ho set a good example It shows some aggressiveness on the i part of the Iowa man whose reputatidn is that of a compromiser rather thanithat of a leaderMr Allison admitted that it Wfis fi rniyljiKG to in 1873 it His Plan futureis bimetalism the lriigesUs6 of Both goltl arid silver but the way leading to Hihis is through in ternational nctLoa JVfr Allison takes of Despair Miss Maggie Me Violin Theodore Gerard Novel and History as Irene Elliott and Shade Their o Miss Stella Thomas Concert Orchestra SHAKESPEAREWOOING CHARACTERS Rpmeo Lanncelot Lady Macbeth Ophelia Bussing Ernest Simons StellaThomas Maggie McConkay iIrene Elliott silver on fljan the other In Tjstent aud fur say that it W lead er has not he has dono more than Harrison has intimated he wantsthem to tell wBoreftfiey stand rhat is what they winyAre to do McKinlcy cannot go on ignoring the currency and the silence ho wanM W raake U ofhisabilitytotoll Three Witches inaMartin MusicViolin SoloMiss Gelia La forgne of lues do Castro Miss Blanche Randall s TABLEAU Mamie aettieVanco MusioCornot SoloHeiiiy Lnforgue OR A CENT CHARACTERS Col William Selton Theodore Gerard redSanf ord David Wilson John Smith Roy Vance Belinda Merwin Maggie McConkay Adelaide MerwamStella Thomas V ITrono Elliott Dcpoaits of il and Same ai Any Sayings Sank rTransacts a General linnkl iir1 08er whq was principal of the Essexschools several ycarg ago is now pastor oftlio Prosbytcriau churoli af Manistique Mioh and receives a of 83000ayear Amity college at Cojlego Springs Page county isthenceforth to be con ducted under the direction ofthe Re formed Presbyterian denomination aJ and to obtain it tho church agreed to pro vide an endowment of A dpajeiidivorco cases and no mar for two weeks TrihnnQ to remark that the for the Common it A BTfGGIES BT7GOIES we seU them call bnus bofor yon bny IS NOWPBEPABED TO YOU THE ONLY To Contractors and Builders tho n Sub TSo district township of liindoln In the County ot Adams iriU bo reoelYed 0 Hardware dealer jnst received the nfoesfftne of GASOLINE stoves ever hrpiighttq Coriung Every family in the comity should Hell sell em right one for Farm Loans population of Mills county steps ahoulcl bo taken to remedy tins unfavorable condition Glonwoodhasa citizen wbo lias boon bothered for years by beipg tantalized by rude boys and lowfliiftaed inen Of course you want thir best bread its to bo had at the City wheat KECOBD Als0 si complete line Call and get prices of BUILDERS MATERI My 8tbcki8 Ihe most complete in Corning and I canfurnish yon anything you may want I will save you money day of June 1895 at will be let to tho low Harris W L Douglas Shoes AH our shoes are equally satisfactor Hve the bet for the w l3 iVed over If your dealer cannot sup Season of Fair grounds0oriiing Ia fpr aoiubn payable Mares failing to getwith foalcau bo returned next year Owner for iQtiuu and 80 days nil   

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