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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - June 6, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             NUMBER 1387 CORNING ADAMS COUNT Y t THUJRA JUNE 6 1895 VOL XXIII NO 23 LB A BBOWN AttorneysatLaw Sute Supreme and United SUlc Bauk 0 MITCHELL Spllli attention etyen north ofpot offlce CORNING IOWA OBe OBINDEKD ATL A W IOWA Special attention glvan to collections over Manns Block Offlc THOMPSON SEN Manufacture Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa fXTALTER NBWCOHB Jfc CO Lumber LUh Shlngtei Doors 8Mb Lime Paiati Cement JCte Elc foroUhed corner Beaton Aye and Slilh itreet Cornlnc Iowa HC BABSHAET CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALT WORK GUARANTEED s JOHNSON it JD PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south kw offlce cut of Aood emy over lit for extracting teeth Crown and bridge work Ho Charge for Ration it Surgeon Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA promptly all calls day or In city or country Residence lOat and Lomis ave OfPOaiTt DXPOT CaESTON IOWA K X BWIHB HBHYANT KO s Vrj Offioo JtanniHlook Corning taa i Jeaoe Tth Street Ut door north of 0 T BAEDESTT A BTAPCX8 HABDB3TT STAPLES i and Builders J t Corning Iowa f claty of Btono Brick Plastering woru MEIER HOfF Attorneys At Law Corr InulneM promptly Bank of Corn tiig C Tramacts a genoraJ Real Estate busi ness buys and sells Choice farms and town property for sale trade or rent If you have anything to sell list it with us Call when you want to buy Office in W M Scotts Shoe Store MANAGER Payj Interest on of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank BUUPLU3 IEOOWOO 11000000 TranMcta General Uanklnr BualneM f W g HcrriNO President OFFICERS A L WBLIA VlccPruld nt T CwhUr Headquarters for Farm Loans The editor of the UNTON was to have spoken atMt day but the storai dampened the powder so the exercises wouldpot go off To relieve hiniseif from carrying tho loatl another year is his apology for woi publishing some The first order fortha observance ol May 80 as Decoration ifciy for the cov ering of Union soldiers graveswitIi Jlowors was issued IJCay 5 b General John A thentcom inauder in chief of the of the Republic In it he said Th 30th of May is designated for th purpose of strewing with flowers o othenyise decorating gntves o comrades who died in defense ofthai country during the late rebellion au bodies now lie in nearly evpij citjYvilljige arid hamlet churchyard ii the land In renewing the announcement ifo been allowed tbsecede the disintegration of the have fallen the necauae with Union would structure of popular selfjjoverpmejit would have this year Gov Jackson eloquent says i Tothe American citizen this couii try a sucred not oulyfor all there is in hope but even that wh ia held in memory Inthe observance of Memorial day We as a people honor not only are departed patriots but the principles for they fough and the country they died tosave And today throughout all this greal Nation its citizens and its schoolchil dien aro everywhero will garlands of beautiful flowers and witl tributes of word and song to again herald thegloryof our heroes One duty of thodayis 19 review to the oars of the grandchildren of the veterans the causes of the bitter strug gle Only last week a gathering ol oonfcderate veterans jij Teacaa steps to confine the South to the use o school text books which record the causes of the rebellion to their liking The causes of the war slavery and secession ought to bo taught to every child Of the land and treason kept evei odious The causes leading up to tlie re belllun trace directly baok to slavery Blaine said The coruproinisos on the slaver question inserted in thecon stitution were among the essential ditions uporiwhich the federal gofern ment was organized If i the African slave trade had not been permitted to continue 0 years if It had not teen conceded that a5ths of the slaves slidnld becounted1 in the apportionment Ol in oougjioiis if it had not been agteod that fugitives from iervice should lie returned tojtheu1 13 btites would not have wonHVofedo It almost JJO when Missouri was admitted The compiomises of that period did not settle tlie issue they meiely post poned it rfgalnio be renexved with each development of newterritory It vas in tho struggle for Kansas as a reo state that the heart5 of northern mtriotism was firedto that supreme acrifice which made so many tiiouaandft of our widows the jhildran pfphanii wliiqh devoured ike a flamingpestllerioe 349000 of the noble sons of the north which returned as physical wrecks many hundred housands more but which thankGod rushed out forever the helltilling curse of slavery John Brown Abraham Lincoln and JllysesS Graut whatatrio of Natures leroes and Gods chosen servants to ead our hoys to death and Victory By the fortune of biith I was living ay first years along the lino of the un ergrouud railway over which old Ossawattamie brown was helpingKan as slaves through Iowa to freedom uring the period of this gathering torm I can look back upon a peace ul Quaker settlement of Cedar county vhere in the winter of Q9 pame a tall ngular whiteboarded man With mixed baud of young patriots and ontvabands There during the winter hey forged out their formidable there they drilled in fanatical nthusiosm for the tragedy of Harpers that was soon to shock the ilotvrfc f the hat the world has ever at ion to the destructionOf the most barbarism of Does aoyonolament thefanaticism f life or his difficult for tho eyes ol aifh the veil of the dark alley and see that grand Soul resting i glory in the arms of that Savior hose example he so humbly followed ohn Brown died in power n glory in peace in victory his soul oes marching on And so as our minds aud hearts are urned backward today to the 860 000 brave boys in blue who following iiat infectious ained their lives for umanity docs it strain the eyes of aith to see them in the full enjoyment f tho Patriots reward the Martyrs peace that knows no break ng At peace and in comradeship with Abraham A bra am to every man who ever wor6 the Jhie It was not an uriconsideretrfleap which Abraham Lincoln took into the trugglc for emancipation For years e had voiced the prophets truth ro arding slavery iA houso divided gainst itself cannotstand it must be all laves or all freemen The hotlioad rt people of the South did not wait for he inauguration of Lincolns policies or the first time in the history of Ihe fation when Slavery had been at is ue they had failed to elect their can idate for President And they raised he hateful Ha of secession for naught nit to maintain the slavery that Godn but gentlehearted agent had atally denounced But aside from the moral principle it stake why should they not have open lost all that was won by the blood of our Fathers of the Revolution Soon after the birth of Lord Vlacauloy said he woulil livo to see its lisiii teg ration frorn within it was the hope desire and expectation ofallth of the world Napoleo cbtiqiiuretl the whole Kuropeau con tinent becauso it divided int small Independent countries Th vuluernbility of Italy when attacked by Bonaparto pertiuently tlie weaknos3 of a divided Amorica under states sovcreigbty Genoa Milan and Venice looked on in the French army wit 40000 Piedmont Fron pnetc they marched in unin tceruijted succeisiob of victories iinti they had Itilywith its million soidferi under subjectionWith the states p the gathered impetu and enemr carried Napoleon in victory over iustrin the continent Such would have oeei the impotent pmasouUitdd coniaitlbno Aiiie ii cv u n d er stai es so ve rci gn ty And how old England waited with bated breath Jor its accomplishment Not waitedaltcgetheibut helped1 will every possible aid and comfort to the rebel confederacy i r Apply coqUtinn to the present iiotir Both England Japun arn looking with greedy byei upon the islands of Hawaii The V S her majesty and strength sjtys Hands off the little republic We wii protect her Were we a confederacy ol separate little states where wouldbe our rank and inllUence and whtre ou strength for ovon splfprotootion Mr Waller a former consul to u Southern American conatry 5s im prisoned by French in order that his property miy be confisciitedi The U S demands his release it is stantly accarcjed Tlia demand of a patty state would neVatIroai reach the courts of haughty France lands troops at one of the ports of Guatemala uutler pVetenae of collecting damages by force with tho real purpose of subjugating lhe atfttb ta thoroar qf the Americn OVOP mleji of wire cable calls Hands off and The sumo night the British r ab British crew rows back to its ship England U now endeavoring to tbj VenoziiolH and but for the roedoctunoof o ir Nation the great Nations of tho old world would soon subjug Ue every stale of South Amor ct The Monroe doctrine is that no oreign nation shall bo allowed to ih reprferftb asireakerie Word and a people America is the grentesf Nation of the earth not alonu by heifertile soil her iilubrious climatu for slio tlio rogen north and thopiiiwlied oeserts f the west but Aiuericarthe greatest Nation of the earth by her Institutions md her Principles saved to her to load he world on to a tnd a nobler humanity blue oatud patriotsof the North who freely their best years gtrenoth hoir treasijieand thoii lives that Free lorn njlght not perish from the oivrth ut abide with us forever We are in debt to the past to those leioes a debt so great that with the tmost liberality In cave for their pre nature old age and bereft families wo an not keep up tha interest Indeed the whole world is purty to lie debt for the tempest Of war that ested the human sinews that bind ogethor thjs great Ration scattered he sseds of Eaunlity Fia ernlty throughout every monarchy f Europe And may they grow and trengthen until they uproot and over urn the last throne It is not needful to say to tho old sol ier who who lived through those loody years of battle how ras the davastatioa in the South But imay be well to Impress these facts on 10 younger generation those who are rowing up so far from the times hat tried mens souls that only on aya like this coma to them echoes of le storm4hivt they may better ap reciate the length of time it must take to eradicate in the South both the mental and the physical effects of the war Terrible as wns the suffering at the North tho agony of the Ssuth was incomparably greater At the North we poured out blood and treasure we gave the flower of our youth ixnd tho strength of our nmnhdofj but they offered in the fiory saoritloo all these and old men and boys devas tated homes shop stores and fac stock crops and oven their industrial system We who live in the north with her thousands of fertile farms eachstocked with good breeds of cattle each supplied with machinery of modern device with comfortable homes and with n school houso in sight of nearly every horise oan hardly realize tho state of affairs at the South even now when a generation has pass ed since her battlefields wore red under the pitying heavens My friends it was far easier to free the slave by majesty of law and pow er of sword than it was to take that slave and under now conditions for mastor and man work out the labor problem of the South It was far easier to crush secession and weld tho Roman firmly together than tohenl the bitterness in the hearts of the conquer ed and kindle anew the liroa of patriot ism n nd love of country A disease that has been years in fastening itself upon the human body takes years and skill and patience to eradicate The Northern soldier took up his life at the end of the war tinder essentially the same conditions that ho loft when He went into the army and he brought to his work the elation which conies with success the courage born of vic tory But the soldiers of tho South faced problems hard to solve In nny ease doubly so when defeated money Republican County Convention The Republicans of Adams county called to delegate conven tion at the Coil it House in Corning on Saturday July 8th 1895 at 11 oclock a m to nominate candidates for the following offiqesvto wit Representa tive treasurer Sheriff County Super intendent of Coro ner and of llie board of Su pcivjsors of the 3d supiirvisor district composed of Colouy Preacott and Union township and for the 8th supervi sor district composed ofQuiucy town ship Also niue delegates to the republi can btate Convention and nine dele gates to the Republican Senatorial Con vention Tho vatio of representation in the county convention is one delegate for each township Or precinct and one del egate for each twenty votes or fraction thereof of ten votes or over cast for the republican candidate for secretary of state at the election of 1894 several township and precincts are entitled to delegates as follows I Which CoHlixited OH secondfage O rant township Union Cotoiiy Mercer Preaoott Carl Jasper Preolnot Brooks Qoriithjf Qulncy 1C3 votes TJ 68 51 143 73 delegates a 5 4 17 4 G 7 0 1 54 m towQ3blp03 Nodaway jjg Douglas 153 Llncola 119 ailviaed byhe oonimittce e caucuses for the election oldel egates be held at the usual places of voting in the several townships and precincts on Saturrtiiy June 29th 1895 olock Ine committeeman of the proolnot may ttx the time of day of the 04UOU8 and is requested to cive Tlue and timely notice thereof The caucus in each precinct or township Will also at the same time elect a mem ber of the county central committee for the ensuing year By order of the county central committee 4L Chairman a Cr KINDKED i IS I Which Can you tell One paid I his i other is if wearing Kastlron 1 costing i y 14 And they will wear 09 i long too 14KAST IRON can be had of JEshelman Clothing House J PAOXOtTTS PABK RACES Ked Oak Iowa June 35th to 30th Inclusive Raoa Meeting in the history u th fastest the 3OBt Direclnra 205J all Bluffs Nebraska City inclngiVeV a nte aro ue made for the Round Trip AHx will ttfot to lowet her own and tho Woilds Championship Record on June 23th aud Robert J will attempt to lower the Worlds Pacing Record on Ihursday June 27th Sec Flyers for bpecial Train service Vor further nformation appiy to any Local agont T 4 M O P Agent liurlingtb iowa Try the domestic bread at City Bakery of W J Wilton Otj Of course you want the ts to be had at the City wheat and graham bread Otf ADMINISTRATORS KoHoa ii heroliy given to ail persons lii May A D undersigned was appointed toy the DUtrlot Court of Adams Couhty Iowa Ad ministrator of the estate of GeoP Koehler wW cnty AH persona bted to said Estate will make payment to the urulerBlffaed and those having claims agalnat the same will present them legally uthentlcated to said Court for allowance Dated May W MABV RoMum Administrator The Implement Dealera Before you buy your Cultivators McCoRMICKl MCOORMICK W i8 BUGGIES BTTaOIES BUaaiES wo them See our OHIO RIDINGt CULTIVATOR It will pay you to call OH us bofor you buy THE PER CENT OF INTEREST Interesting isnt it 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