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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - July 4, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             tVHOLE NUMBER 1391 CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA JULY 41895 VOL XXIII NO 27 Attorneys At Law Collections and all legal business promptly to or Corniner IIYAIEEDOI The Editor Off on a Strike Practice tn Stite Supreme and United State Courts Vital Natl Bank IOWA Attorney AtLaw Special attention plven to collections Second dour north oTposl office CORNING IOWA Office Tp G ATTORNEYA TLAW COHN1NO IOWA Special attention sven to collections Offlce over MftunB Block THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa StumbiSg Slates Trying to Get out of tne Way for the YaleHarvardHaces DEAR the ary orbit rushed ollmlo space e in the matter for he is merely moon1 to the chief better half You see wegot to Cleveland to theNational League of Ilepublican Clubs Convention and there was a round trip excursion lo Niagara Falls Aud when we had done the Falls it occurred to the Principal Plan et of this domestic constellation that her mother was just across Now York in the little old state of wooderi nut megs and stoue fences and it would be as easy to turn a comet from its course as to get an only daughter away from an only mother when threefourths of the distance had been overcome They call this the state It should bo thechestnut stalefor they not only grow the latter abundantly but and perhaps some other havens for there is Fair Haven That is part of Connecti cut are economical of names Every town has some east and west branches A the sleeping car whose sleopwas disturbed by the por ter Haddam Had dam North Haddam etc finally exclaimed il wish the Devil Haddam But we enjdyed them as lliey had em Tho Naugatuek river is merely a skele ton down at Nangatuck with stones instead of bones exposed Imagine a river bed set with a solid mass of round cobble stones and only enough water to ripple around among them Sash Bllnda Lime Paints Cement Etc Etc Estirralei gladly furnished Yards comer Bccton Aye and Sixth street Corning Iowa HC BARNHAKT CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED it i taw oBce Hcsidencc just cast oiAcademy 1 woresiundefaTtfpe Planted 17SOthe Day Ffanfeliu Died Wo have been racking our brains trying to thiuk of the Connecticut people who now live in Adams county We have heard them tell of Waterbury Litchlleld and all the old New England towns and now that we see them we would like to talk over their character istics And we have never sfeen a state or a people ofrriore naarked character But then I was born in Iowa and never saw before a land with a history I will except the South with its war his that is almost contemporaneous and New Orleans and St Augustine with their Spanish and Creole history for they do not interest an lowan as does tbo Nevr England history This is oufoiva We have passed through the southern New York town where my father was born uncl the town whore the Principal flanets father was boru and over every inch of New En gland We feel that some reader and neighbor would have their pulses quick this or of their Office over lit National Bank Corning Iowa feV methods for extracting teeth rCrown and bridge BeaBonarjle prices f Vofk No charge for examination p E GLOVUK Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA W ill attend promptly all calls day or night iii city or country Residence corner 1Ost and Lomis ave HOTEL SWING OPPOSITE DEPOT church in the centre of the here in New Haven says this spotrwas first known as Quinnpiac settled in 1037 and changed to New Haven in 1049 Bahind the church rest thebonosof the three Puritan Whaley Goffi aiid the regi cides members of the tribunal that judged Charles the First and condemn ed him to death You know I didnt that after the restoration of the Bri tish throne Charles it placed a price on the heads of these Puritan judges They fled to America but that was in the good old colony days when WQ were under the King and what was probably worse uudor the colony gov ernors of the provinces ami Whaley GoH and Dixwell were driven to the mountains For six months they hid in a cave way up on West Rock in the west end of Now is higher tban anything in Iowa and moro mag niticieutTTjWith its imposing pallisad ed sides Vftonald G Mitchell en iSr5lia been the Ike prime mover CRESTO5T IOWA R BEwnra Manager H BKYANT ii D JPhysician S OfQco MnnnaBlock Corning Iowa iReaitlonoe TtU Street 1st door north of C T HAliRESTY A STAPfES STAPLES O o nt reactors and Builders Corning Iowa c WskcV specialty Stone Brick Plastering Jam Cement in and West Kocks turneddutojbpantiful parks This igvgjciiduatang week of Yale thelirst time the 250 graduates tho square mbrtiirboardUogped v cap and long lowing Yehaye been much interested in As Josh Billings said of they are amoos ing cusses The found ed in sixteen and tho boys who honors were taken by youliaQlarKe of vlvj v Trarisacts a general Real Estate busi ni4abuys and soils Choice farms and loVn pibperty for sale trade or rent M iffoii liivc anything to soil list it with Call when yon want to buy J r6niee in W M Scotts Shoe Store MANAQEH Manhattan not bluegrass region of Iowa was of a rich carmine color lasfcr It had been getting up to th day for it was tbo day of tho of Harvard and Yale baseball course Yale won It bas wofija4 uuiformily for sonio years that even foad islined with sumac and barberry and bayberry and wild roses and New England first we ever white bell flatter than a thimbleedged with pink and fluted inside with a narrow line ofblue Then the call them feed lots they would be with what is still more striking and charac teristic the STONE FENCES Stone fences everywhere Four feet wide at bottom narrowing to two at broken boulders at bottom round Avorn stones in the middle flat slabs from off boulders at top And all picked up ou the ground they sur no apparent diminution of the stock on hand There is no dumping ground on an Iowa farm as poor as the Connecticut soil Theres two stones to one dirt yet the Connec ticut farmer isrthrifty He is a distinct species the New England farmer He is boys wont stay on such wears a whisk broom of whiskers on his chin a straw hat and a serious bluelaws countenance By the way did you know the Blue Laws are not all extinct VVe found it out in a very impressive way when wetried to get from New York to New Haven Sundaymorning We passed the day m Central Park with the other animals beciiiise the laws of Connecticut do not allow trains to run during church four p m Sundays And the chimpanzee winked and tapped his cranium at me as if to say A little light in the upper story if you didnt know that But we have no criticism If you saw the clay lots they call hayfields so tilledwith daisies cusses they call em that they look like a field of you saw the farmers mow ing those weeds by hand because the stones would break a machine to oxheart just got out of the surrey to buy of one of the whiskerswas puly tive cents but never saw cherries in loiva so large and fat and luscious The farm ers expenses are the smallest imagin able Some ancestor built tho big roomy house They have but to keep it well painted in green You can almost toll the age of the house by the size of the window panes That big old house with the attic with hard wood frame and siding nailed on with bigheaded handmade nails has panes of glass 4x0 to the win dow The glass wai of course im ported for tho antique characters above the door read 1703 That odd aperature in the upper panel of the door was to shoot the Indians through but there will soon be no savages about Yales vacation is at hand That house of tho mint of 1805 has larger panes you least six by eight only twentyfour to the house cleaning is get ting easier Occasionally some spendthrift has built up anew and modern residence directly in front of the old settler Tho effect is very sort of Queen Auue in front and Sally Ann in the rear At one of these great houses Pater exclaims to Old Nutmeg who stands in front You have a fine place here Yas is the reply Nuthin1 to complain of Of course wo of the land of the prai riedoggery and the grasshoppery are apt tu be fed with fairy stories as we journey up the valley of the Naugiv ttick in the Berkshire hills but they are characteristic tales Stobbius over On the Oakvillu farm is raising a now of bees The bee you know works v Wall Stebbins hes a cross bccs on lireHies so they can night JFheros no brand ou I cant locate its epoch At industry and frugality the not1in to the aunt the Connecticut aunt and uncle thou slug 15 MUCH THE BEST CLIMAX look for round red Tin the sign by which you can against inferior brands It is of quality resents the oldest tobacco manufacturers in Amef ica and the largest in the world When you want a chew a lasting chew a satisfying chew be sure and get LORILLARDS CLIMAX PLUG toooooooat to New York and Chicago soonby wires threefifths of an iucEin diameter and thence all over the country And the engineers calculate that a power is daily wasted at the great Falls equal to that of all the coal beds of the world Until we get it out to Iowa some means mustbe found to convert the horsepower that daily goes to waste on the storegoodsboxes of Iowa and we wilt be emancipated from the tri bute to Yankeedom on our own hook But of Niagara and the original saloon where Grover played penuchle and tit bull pups for a fiver KJVJD Mt JWtefeBstf at theCity wheat and graham 9tf Pays Interest on Deposits of and TJpwaid Same as Any Savings Bank Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors of Adams Coun ty Iowa at their Adjourned June 1896 Session FinST DAY Tliuisilny Juno 13 1805 Board met nil present Minutes of liut day tif regular Juno session read and approved By motion tlie following claims were allowed on COLNTY FUND a U riekctt damages to team nnd nngon in bridito f C 00 Jacob Ilukor hnuling ashen fr nil jail G W Idea expreasage on court house aun plica 800 G 1 day equnliiulion bonrd town of Progcott 200 A A Bam forfl a mo 210 Iee Keevcr sumo JOU V K Davis samo 200 Town of Proscott expenses ol cqtiatizatiou from 1891 to 18345800 W M Ilylund2400 By motion llio following clitims wore lowed ui BRIDGE KLXD J J Uoalby Oced to highway on aeJ4 Sec tion 8S713R28 CO J II Leekliter trip to Coroy brljgo 2 Ku Ford hauling 5 tO Jno Ehatorlio bridge wurk 400 Tim Malioncr name SCO Cluy Brislow same S 50 Si Vlnnedge unmo 8 tO A O Harris bridge supplies 200 K E Davis 54 02 roon FUND MidSummer Nights Dreams will be pleasant if you use the stove He also keeps ii full supply of Screen Doors and Screen Wire Binding Twine Very Cheap Call siiul make yotupurchases here and save money A full line of Build ers Hardware and everything to be found in a firstclass Hardware Store A Harris CAPITA r SUHLLCJa 4TOOOOOO 91000000 TranencU a General Banking DuelncSB S irppiTNa President A r WKMS VlcoIresidcnt T COIB Cnahiir I Headquarters for Farm Loans all going over to Now course to see miles down Long Island Sound on a steam launch Old Old class reunions are on the old ducks of tho class of45piridG with the by a band and give forth n somewhat cracked class yell The Yale every where Hying and the city is full of dis tinguished visitors Supreme court judges Congressmen U S senators oven Chauniey DepoWj aro back for one more oldtiuio toot with the boys of Auld Lang Syne Last night at least worth of fireworks were exploded during the aimless parades They tired at buildings at other the spirit of Yule was alive all over THE HILLS OF BERKSIIIUE Monday wo bovrdod a light surrey behind a pair of strong pater mater tho principal planet and I thu moon for a fotty mile ride up through the Berkshire hills of western Connecticut to Litchliold Litchlield is at the top of tho Berkshire hills and why it for tho climbit couldnt discover But tho ride was cMlrancing From New passed out through West Haven Butnp winder they have us ou tho hip In of manufactures All tliofortymiles of llic they work the old thing neUOlyjfocleath its iictjjillv con fined toHtsVbedfrost 6fthatimo and dammed this obli terated 7 There are faotpriei covering acres of ground anUj v fouv and Ti ve stories of girls so Prin cipal only allow mo to W I 1 cot out of ithi crtrrmge to enquire the wa when of th sounds We way when like a biler at and W atorvillo long drinkssuch ias they arc for overy mile or so brings sight big and the old tuck turns all tho wheels i They say its Hie Yfankee Renws that keeps us fowana shrpping rawmaturi als east and munuTucturod articles W Well when we wore kt Xlagara FiiUs Saturduy they wore jwat colebriHing the completion of v victory over Naturotho harnessing of NiaRii Fulls so ihat rne littlp nJiCiion of l i waterfall ylolda SO000 hqvsp electrical form 11 is IJ H Bertns uiJso to Gersmlftunr xmuean Krsklim and 39 SO A O iiidso to 5 90 Kcfund gianlcd 3 Uonnur on luls t2 to 2G nnd G4 to H5 Kevin 0 01 motion it was ordereil thU Insane Patient b bu brought from Imunc Hospital and placed In Ioor House owing to rciiiiesl nucl nt discretion of commissioners of insanity By motion tlie builtliiit of two GOfoot iron bridges nnd the placing ol iron tubular pieces un der iron bridge ut Frcscolt boninirded to Clinton Bridge Co na per contract on lilc in Auditors oflico Moved to ndjourn C S Cnoisn Cliftirman SECOND BAY Friday Juno M 1805 Board met pursuant to adjournment Members all present Minutes of yesterdays session read nnd approved By inoliun tho Hoard proceeded 10 tho neini anmialscllleinent of County Treasurer alter wliicn llio following business wns takn up Timmorinmn road petition over for further investigation Moved to TGccnBlricr Ihc equalization and to mnfce a reduction of per acre Tha following claims wcro by motion allowed on the following funds roon FUND J II Eldridee taking R Wai thai 1 io Heap tal for insane 8 15 00 J II Kldrlilgo returning Mnrsh from llospi lal for Insane 600 BttlDOK FOND CT Cole commissioner work on 7 C S Crousu sumo S 75 W C Brownleo same 680 Thos Adanm II Mooro rocordint deed to liishwi Grcenmaii Bros 8 cars liridgc piling C2j 50 COUNTV FUND JM Shipley constable State vsCullcn i SO A It Wells Justice same W A Ji JiitricoSilato vi 7oool ill 1 00 Ctuis McKernnll cunstublo samo S W J H Eldridge nliKriiTsaino 1300 yioQny Idler heads for County Suporin lendunt ol Schools 200 Jly motion tho following per iliein and mileage wu allowed mcnibors of County Hoard W cnrownlee2 iluynand 12 miles 0 44 1 fltpwuii i M miles0 Ci 2 davs and M miles 068 2 miliM nilo 8 1 C S CROLHK Chairman but neuer Shafer IVlack The Implement Deilers Before you yduir CuliivaiorEr McCoRMICK IN ORDER TO ORDER a machine that is always IN OEDER always IN OBJHBR TO OUDBB the KoCOBKICF it if BTTGOIESIwe lell them See our OHIO BIDING CULTIVATOR It will ptiy you to call OH us bofor you buy Tho Adams County Horsc Company horses will bo kept for the Reason of KJ5 in the barn cast of Bovins atoro Terms for colt lo insure When you Bpekoyo pxtras call SIIAFER 258t The Corning Stale Savings V Bank Has mdnoy1 to lend on Improved frrms at annual interest with optional payment 14tf   

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