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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - June 27, 1895, Corning, Iowa Attorneys At Law al legal Promptly Office over National rnnk of Cornlnff n AttorrieysatLaw AttorheyAtLaw aftenu to collection nd door norih of post office CORNING IOWA COIJNING IOWA collections OTTH WASHINGTON LETTER From OmRegular Correspondent J WASHINGTON June 3t 1805 publicans are delighted a are the Kepublicau National volition at Cleveland The bad predicted that the would bring about a big i party until they uau i believing it themselves ns wore but the Wcn wfioleaalbl Lepuuiican parly have no idea of throwi ingaway tho National victory whiulr themselves The divided condition party is effect of sions ICveu if there Banding in a room Never on a gasoline tiro asthat it It can be extinguished with blankets Flour the flames qniekly jf iff odor of gasoline in the the windows and do light in the room until tho Never kindle a tiro A more horrible nieth is not known in a light vessel and ving therefrom replace the venttubes From naphtha JIOVUL IlttGVUpt jbves on the hand nor dre ilrie near a stove The draw the vapor fi tne crevices ami flash If gasoline Bepubhcan County Co ivention candidates for the MitteBiAwi SyMtes Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa mojo were v ash If gasoline I counl n vH vlSf a liglt yblu cubing remove each i pvity for some cherished idea keeping entirely egate which there are differences of of anv tins heir common sense would teach that this isno time to make it At tl e 6t clli proper time the republican party will settle all questions in dispute and set e hem right as they have done with other important questions in the Tnti f and members of the boaid of Sn pemsors of the 3d snpmvisor dslHct composed of Colony IVeseott anil aud Sthsuperv gor district composed of Quiney town can State Convention and ft once keeping entirely I lanVe of any kind thede U hereof of ten votes or over oast fn to explosive nature farf stateal the election of 1804 ownship and precincts to delegates as follows Weil well Or all the crazy ideas over entertained by an ambitious aid ID THE SLOPE of Osceola ia 2108 has a brass band votes a o 1 1 c rstandardcold platform is about I Li the craziest There is 110 longcr the 18tce0t clossngs that he docs t iiui u 1JO it slightest doubt that lie does this idea A member the calinri W 8Jatua Mr ClOTclaud ex alam Dealars in Lumber Litli Skinglcn Doore Sash Blinfla Lime Paints Cement Etc Sic Eetlraatei gladly rnrniahed Ysrde corocr Beaton Avo and SUth street CorcinR Iowa B party i Jis to be en juoiseci by eastern republicans and the roonied interests of the country i being expected to I vote for Grover under any HC BAHNIIAKT lege The ension 0llicenhas aroused ouito I discharger the I CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col1 iire I ALL WORK GUARANTEED no wwl 3i responsible 1J11V 5 fit 41 1 J i I M D the discharge of for cause One of the old soldiers cus know that the Revised Soldiers havebeenmtj Aa Atlantic doctor makes country w beginning to put in stone has just put in an Odd Fellow lodge was i ago ms have been doing dam near Rivertou I h xve bath houses and pi this summer i of July celebration will rof the fire department Decrease of in the I Rhjatiou of Mills county merchant sold 1800 73 G8 51 113 73 6 313 5t 153 119 5 4 4 8 6 5 4 17 4 I 7 south Davis Weils Academy Pension Ofllcb the square at Clar mustte made 14 feet ia width now The Baylor County Democrat has to that of Bedford I f cee Proas I fleece weighing 32 pounds i Merino buck owned by t Itis advised bythe central committee f for the election of deU egatesbehetd at the usual places of Several P3 and ctson Saturday June 29th 1805 P ia itsu timely notice A L WELLS Chairman G KINDRED Secretary IWhich f is I Which i Can you tell I One paid to his 5 other is wearing Kastlron 5 costing And they will wear long too KAST IRON can be bad of lEshelman Clothing House the best Bank Corning Iowa for extracting teeth crown a Specialty Seasonable prices work No charge for as lienrpsn twas whowillidareto fofce the of ate such mhumaiiun Christian an consistenttreatment of the deftn of the Union1 Anarchism hot ism and other isms will inc account of suchactions of the band it cTiasSdhew uniform fo rLsii f3Wll practice in i sonofLawyer L r llJt matters and all promptly all OVBP Andrews Clothing Store IOWA affniir W ill afteud promptly all calls day OP night m city or country Residence corner lOst and Lorn is ave HOTEL EWINGK OPIOSITK DBIOT H B Bwwa Manager HBRYANT MD the country but who on the contrary defv he lawretain unscrupulous chiefsof unisions who perhaps in return for a few drinks of whiskev or an oceisioinl Clillll Trtnii ll sinau loan protect and uphold worth ess and inefficient clerks and the dismissal of ex sohlien who are known to be efficient iu evdry respect and entitled by law to retain tSeir posi tions Judging from Secretary Iloke buntbs haste in denying a ruuioitlnh hf Tinrl Midi no nau promised to reinstate Miss Kev slie is out for good uvSrrrTTefthis W8ck viy Carlisle had signed the roguhi under which the an prppriated to pay deferred sulPr bounties would DC paid out It nas aken about four months to prepare lml thosc niiua upon that appropriation would has been made use of y Offloo Manns niooh Cornlns Iowa 7th Street lat door north of C T week no political party con Jutaonsyere allowed held in the Cass lujktj eourt house niuie of Andrews who ivea in j40Vr Yoik City has 35000 bushqls crib nearAlalvern Rert Father Qpok eied a lc gut one putting Prices Reasonable Office over Turners Store CORNING The Implement Before you buyyour jvu1 MCCORMICK MCCORMICK it is THE CORNING SmogsBam CORNING IOWA WTiat we Say Do WE DO DO 8 BUGGIES we ell them See our OHIO BIDING pay you to call pa bofor you buy i HARDESTY STAPLES and Builders Corning Jowa Accordin the U soon to to the annual of IpORNING REAL ESTATE CO Transacts a general Real Estate busi ness buys and sells Choice farms and town properly for sale trade or rent von have anything to sell list it with us Call jou want to buy Office in W M Scotts Shoe Store i U Civil Service Commission be made public the number of Of the countlv ln round numbers 200 of which about onefourth are in the classified strvico In the unclassi fied service are 23000 laborers 5 000 by the President of the Snnnn m an Of the JjonatG 1500 who are conuectud with Congress and 2066 employed judicial branch of tlm gbvernment According to the same repor thfs couiitij pays its minor oflieials iarger ind its prouunont oilicials smaller ABOUT GASOLINE The following from Centcrville Paya Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank is so timely that we reprint it Gasoline has come intosuch general use ant is used for such a variety of purposes that taking into consideration the dangerous qualities of the it is really surprising that no more acci dents happen than do The state board of health has been asked a A two thirds i p ictiogOiousepropeV converted juto was aold lately1 for John Dohanoy tlyeproprietor of the I Conoeil Bluffi house that bears his namedied otji JCaosday He had bean a resident of Jthe tpwn since 1850 The insuiancef hotel which binned al GriswMd oyer a year ago has at list been settled The proprietor wanted the amount of the policy and has now II B night clerk of the Cretan HanSe was assulted and severe ly beaten by a gang of toughs Saturday ha wise cortinga couple ofyoung ladies to their homes Pi of E has been eloctdd supenntendent of the Bedfoxd Piof C Arnold who has been chosen piously asked to be releaed fronfi his cftntract Di W F Pieice is organ WIHB ipaityhom foVa tour of bonthom Emopo iASCUOLZ VicePrsaldent P LLiEUK Ciehler W HCLAHK a When you need Buckeye extras call Q SiiAPEit MACK 253t Has Corning State Savinfls Bank money fo lend on l paymenta 1 C NEW FACTORY n ant the following information while it is true that the Holy Land ahW Turkey to suit neit winter The takes 04 and the cost of It wilUbe 8550 Wm Cunningham of C lAnJAtl DERMODY WEST was The board slop cock ami CAPITAL SUKPLD3 S5ocoono Transncu a Genonil Unnklnu Biisincss Prastclont Wisrts VlcolVeafdtnt S T Colin Cashier Headquarters for Farm loans The of a of any and never wua prostiated by a stroke of Ifghtining last Monday while out plowing His littler danghtei was with hiii at the time and sho wxs iiso the ground The horsjcian away A T B Goldstein a Council brpUr developed a queer sort of this wool He gatheied apValtiffc money and valuable papers about office and went homo and burnedthem m his stove Then ho borrowed what money he could and binned that also It is estimated Ih tt he destroyed He has been sent to Cl innda for treat ment Propose to Manufacture a Full Line of the BEST CIGARS in this Mar ket lor the Champion Mowci anl Khidew bost oneaith For title by H U LaRuo 234t I Oold Sea1 FACTORY OVER NATIONAL BANK OF CORNINO
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