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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - May 30, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             rt iVHOLE NUMBER 1386 BROWN AttorneysatLaw Practice In State Supreme and United State ConrU First Bank DOIISISG 0 MITCHJILI AttorneyAtLaw l attention given to Second door north of poit office CORNINO IOWA Office EG KINDRED ATTORNEYATLAW CORIftNG IOWA Special attention given to collections Office over Manns Block fa THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa AXTBK NX WCOMB CO Lumber Lstb Lime Psints Ben ton Sat BLTJE GRASS SPEED Southwest Iowa Again Tha Nation OutStrips John V Crunij of Bedford American Championship 1OO and Yard AMATEU2 ATUIBTIC3 BHRKELEV OVAL N Y May twentieth annual field meeting of the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletics of America came to a close late this afternoon at the Oval here probably the1 most popular competitor was Johu V Crum of Iowa University who won the 100 and 220 yard dashes His running in the trials yesterday showed that he had several links to let out when pushed Early todav Trainer Murphy of Yale said that would protest against the Iowa man on the ground thathis name was not C and that lie was a professional he entered the college five yeari After Crum had won the lOO from Kichards of Yale in te Mufphy entered a Cinirig fuends stated the la i was the soil claimed that tBSypUng mfin CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED w 8 JOUNSOS M D PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office lit doofiiouth DavU b liir bfflcoBcsIdoncc just cast of Academy uofe for Inra thatlt woujd tot iare a In the final timers F H SCRANTON DENTIST Offi over lit National Bank Corning Iowa New niethodJs for extracting teeth Crown and bridge work a BeMonable for firstclasa work No charge for examination p E QLOVKis Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA Will attend promptly all calls day or iu city or country Residence corner lOst and Loinis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DEPOT CRESTON R B BWINO Manager ir adi time given out and was 22 flat Johnny member of Bed foid s Co I oMJie National Guard and ran races Here in a quiet way tvo yeais it the camp here John V Crum ran Ins fusfc race in 1893 and took fourth or fifth place in the 50 yard dash Iff the 100 yard dash on thesameday he was in sight whenthe winner broke the string At this time lie was running the 100 in about I H He was a plucky little fel low however and sticking to his work he succeeded in the fallof 1803 in tak ing second place in the GO and the 100 yard dashes won by McClijsky In the spriug of 1893 he Won his first race and medalbut the brily reason he di win was the fact thaPMeClusky was so sick that lie cpuW hardly stand on his feet He 230V the same day and wpnit Beconds ove Uletneuts He trained liiirdthat spiing and went to Des Moines with the tracl team for the state lieJd day Here ho won seven points for the team ant made Swallum the professional hlrei by Griunelihaul down his colorsA the fall field clay sportspf 1898 he won the 100 the 220 and btith the hurcfle OUR From Our tor Palmer of VVaahing t It RtAinn1 t ton the priq visit beinj iqsfr the total call campaign ag state Clevelands ie pa r ti san ally Senator express hi3 Hli now de dlmg of his rSCleveland of silver in that by Mr wlife alleged non IOWA HBRYANT M D OiHeeManns Block Cornlngr Iowa Bo3ldenoe Tth Street 1st door north of C T Colo V 1 HARDESTY A STAPLES STAPLES Contractors and Builders Corning Iowa Mnkoasprolaltyof Stono Brick Plastering and Cement worn Attorneys At Law IeBal busine88 Promptly Office over National Bank of Corning CORNING REAL ESTATE CO Transacts a general Roal Estate busi ness buys and sells Choice farms and town property for sale trad a or rent If you have anything to sell list it with us Call when you want to buy Office in W M Scotts Shoo Store P MANAGER e ur given him for each event LastLspEiggJie bejjan to traiiTin March and woathe sprintsatthe home fielc day at the state meet and at the inter collegiate contest In the lastevent he was pitted against some of the best college athletesIn the country He went to St Louii last fa and won the 100 and the 330 at Central Amateur Association contests without being pushed He went the lirst in 10 X5 and the second in 29i At the fall field day last year he won his events and now after a eompara lively short time on the track has twentytwo medals to show for bis work Collins the champion professional sprinter was in Iowa City this fall and ran a couple of heats with Johnny When the race was over Collins said Well Crnm you need not bo afraid of any amateur that walks the earth Crum Is a shining example of what good hard work will do for a man in athletics When ho first started out ho was guyed more or less by every one ia school but he stood it all and now stands in a posi tion where ho can look down on any one In his class Iowa WeatherCrop Bulletin CENTRAI STATION DES MOINES ICHYA May 28 1895 f The past week has been dry and cold with occasional frosts The daily mean temperature wns about 4 degrees below the normal and there was but little more than a trace of rainfall in the larger part of the state Despite these adverse weather cou OitionE the spring grain crops are generally dalisg fairly well Some pro gress has been noted In ieooyery from effects of recent frosts The corn drop is a little more than holding its own iu the conflict with oohl weather and cut worms Considerable replanting has been IoporLcd and planting operations will continue after June1st assuring a large increase in the Iu numerous localities fall rye was blighted by freezing temperature it Is boJng cut for fodder The damage to fill wheat line not been extensive Pastures and meadows have material ly suffered from lack of rain The hay crop muat necessarily be light 9 Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same an Any Savings Bank OAPITAT S50oooro 10OOOCO Transacts a Ranking Business DDT nun c irTMNO President OFFICERS i A r Vfsiia VIooPrceldent COIK Caahlcr for Farm Loans Robert J and Fantasy at Red Oak ttlcd Onk Sun C J Hamlins stable of flyers 1G head of them in charge of Ed Geers arrived Wednesday from the California circuit Robert J the fastest pacer in the world Hal Pointer 204 Fantasy 200 and Nightingale arc among them They iro quartered at Pacloltis Park and will bo scon on the track most any morning Horses came in this week also from Louisiana Texas and several points In Iowa DROPS DEAD AT HIS SONS FEET Heart Trouble Suddenly Endi the Life of a Creiton Merchant Iowa May Yeagor a prominent dry goods mer chant dropped dcml this afternoon at Ills homo of honrt trouble He was talking with bis two uons and dropped dead at their feet Bill usually so the begih although shaping them was wise intakingi a eon nd noncom inittal ppsitibri him more influencewhen begins if iteverldoes speakiiig the coming democratic cptfreatiqh in Illinois Senator Palmer madeVthe paradoxical remarks The jpnvention was calleclfor the purpose1 31 endoisiug free silver and the pro gramme will be carried out to the letter There will be a large amonhf of supeifluous enthusiasm of the rn inufaetiired kind but it will count or nothing The silver craze is sub siding and it will continue to subside Mi Clevelands reports from Keii ucky are no more encouraging thaa those froui Illinois A prominent administration democrat who had just returned from Kentucky where he vent for thepurpose of instigating the free silver strength among the democrats says there slightest doubt of the failuro of Secretary Cur lisle to stem the silverflood in the party and that he regards the adoption of a 1C to 1free coinage platform by tbie stato convention as a certainty He says also that it would not surprise him to see the republicans elect a majority of the legislature and asuci cessorJio Senator iBlackburn If the iidmnistration can control enough votes Blackburn will not be reelected even should the democrjits succeedrin retaining control of the ment through without having to call an extra session and by the time the reg ular session meels he be glad to accept almost anything that promises to raise the money needed for the ex pensesof the government Justice Jackson wasnt the umpire after all in that income tax game although everybody himself included thought ho would be when the rehear ing was Brat proposed Justice Shiras by exercising the right granted to every man and taken without asking by every woman of changing his mind the umpire and rendered tax Republican County Convention C i Adams county m Corning on 1895 atTU oclock a m to nominate candidatesfpr life following offices to wit Bepresentai tiye Treasurer Sheiiff County intendent of schools Surveyor members of the board ofSu pervisors of the 3d supirvisor distiict composed of Colony Piescott and Union township and for the 8th supervi sor district composed of Quibcy town ship Also nine delegates to therepubli can istate Convention and nine dele gates to the Republican Senatorial Con vention The ratio of representation in the couuty convention is one delegate for each township or precinct aud one del egate for each twenty votes or fraction thereof of ten votes or over cast for the republican icandidate for secretary of state at the election of 18D4 The several township and precincts are entitled to delegates as follows I which I Which VOL XXIII NO 22 illimilHinillimilllllllllllHIIimiimilllHIIIIIHIfe 1 Can you f tell One paid S4Y50 to his 5 3 other is wearing J Kastlron I 14 And they will wear as long too Grait township Union Colony 13 votes 73 51 delegates legislature dhe administration is now pinning its hopes to the effects of the Memphis SoundMoney convention held this week upon the southern democrats but it remains to be scon irhetlmr these hopes are not of the same soap bubble kind asrthoso recently held concerning thedefeat of the silver democrats ia Iliinois andKentucky Appropriations are to be withheld order to prevent the calling of anoStra sVssiou of Con gress Tar ClevjSland acknowl edges himselfto be afniid of At the lastscssipn of Congress was appropriated to pay deferred sugar bounties Not one cent of this money haa been paid out and there is little pro bability ihatit will be for sometime It is the same with appropriations T he annulment of the by he decision of the Supromoyfipiuft has boeu added to the next Congress will be callidjnp0ji to provide for additional revenuerfti otdeV to furnish the money to meet the enoi mous deficit which will exist at the close of tbo present fiscal year and to prevent a similar deficit during tho next fiscal year A number of ways to 3o this have already been suggested but it will not be surprising if the in Congress decide that the best way to raise tlie iiiouey and at the same time boom American industries will be to raise the tariff duties upon articles competing with the pro ducts of the United States That the idministration fears this course will be taken is shown bythe assertions of its friends that Mr Cleveland will never Bign a bill increasingtliu tariff lutles Of oourso thoy are md the bluff will probably bo kept up o the last minute for the purpose of nilnencing the extent to which duties might be raised but the administration abound to have more money and it cannot got it without Congress It s piobuble that Mr Cleveland will igu any revenue bill that passes Con gress although he would do so verv unwillingly if it curried a rais how sver alight of tariff duties He will lavo his hands full to pull the ovcrn Slercer Prcaeott Carl lot Jasper Precinct 73 Brooks fl CprnlDgr 313 Qulncy 54 Washington township 1C2 Nodaway 122 7 Douglua isa g Ijlncoln JiO 7 kk It is advised byihe eoutral committee that the caucuses for the election of del egates be held at the usual places of voting in the several townships and precincts on Saturday June 39th 1805 at 4oclock p m The committeeraan of the precinct may fix the time of day of the caucus and is requested to Rive due and timely notice thereof Ihe caucus in each precinct or township will also at thesiune time elect amem beiof the county central committee tor the ensuing year By order of the conaty centraljcgmrnitteflj AX Chairman EG KAST IRON can be j Eshelman Clothing House I SUMMER BACK MtEETINO St Joseph July 1895 Fov the above Tickets will be on Sale July 1st to Cth included good for Ke July 8 1895 at one and one Round Constantly pursued but neuer Shafe cniraiarerfor the Round Trip Mo June Tickets on Sale Mayaist toVJujie 3rd pood Returning till June Kate one and one third rate for the Round Trip F II GIUGGS Agent H H LaRue SELLS Birclsell Wagons Olds Wag ons Cooper Wagons Buggies Spring Wagons Corn Shell crs Extra wagon boxes Lmm r of all kinds Paints and Oils he Impffeinent Doalers f Before you buy your Cultivators MCCORMICK MCCORMICK IN BUGGIES BXTGGIES BUGGIES we sell them See our OHIO BIDING CULTIVATOR It will pay you to call on us bofor you buy HEADQUARTERS POU Minneapolis and Buckeye JanesvHe Disk Cultivators Buggtes Spring Ytagons Eic The Best Goods on Earth Quick Sales and Small Pro fits O A Harris the exclusive Hardware dealer has just received the nicest line of GASOLINE stoves ever brought to Corning Every family in the county should have one HeH sell eitf right BUILDERS MATER1 Also a complete ALS Call and get pricics Tiff LAnliliol In My stock is lie most complete in Corning and 1 can furnish yon Anything you yon money may want I will save A O Harris MONTALDOS OLD STAND ABMINISTKATORS NOTICE Notice Is licrohy irtven to all persons in on tho ijth dtiy of Mayx U 4 nrtoralgnca was appointed by tho Dlairlct Court of Adams County Iowa Ad uilnlatrator of tho estate of Geo V Kochler dccojised Into or said County AH persona inVbtcd to KJtid Kstute will makepayment to liiidoiBlgncd nnl thoso luxvliuf claims nst tho samo will pioscnt them leifiilly to said Court for nllowanco Dated May 18ih ISO MAKY KOKIILKK Administrator Try the domcstio bread at tho Citv Bakery of W J Wilson otj WL DOUGLAS 13 THE BEST FIT FOR A KING CORDOVAN CALT FINE CAif iKwwAfifla OVfitOiMi Million People wcartho W Shoes All our are equally satisfactory ffiy for money A ore The ara sole From to Mved over other If your deaJsr scpply you we can S old by C F ANDREWS Of com so you want the best broad Its to be had at the City wheat and graham Trotting Stallion JOE RECORD Season of 1895 at Fair grounds Corning Ia Terms 00 for season payable when mare is bred Wares failing to got with foal can bo returned next year free of clinrgo j Q Owner Homeseekers Excursions To poinls in the south Tickets nn sale April 30th Mny stst Juno 11 Limns for return 30 and 80 days FO1 full particulars call on or address F H GKIGGS Agt   

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