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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - July 11, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             tVHOLE NUMBER 1392 ATERMAN MESTERHOFF Attorneys At Law Collections nnd all legal business promptly attended to Oflico over National Pank of Corning CORNING ADAMS COUNTYIOWA THURSDAY JULY 111895 VQT If XIII NO 28 D ALE SHOWN Attorn aysatLaw Practice In State Supreme and United State toarU First Bank IOWA OTJR WASHINGTON LBTTEB From Our llegular WAsmxqTpH July this is a cm service reform adminw tration If you do not study the removal of Prof Mark W Harrington froui thebead bf Uio Weather Bureau and the onuses which counties for line fishing and duck shoot ing Hans Krambeck of Brighton town ship Cass county died last week in hi 60th year He weighed 42o pounds and a few weeks before his death gave an order to a Dubuque firm for a special sizorcoffin for himself ITT o MITCHBLL AttorneyAtLaw Special given lo collections Second door north of pojt offloe COENINO IOWA Office Q KINDKED ATTORNEYA TL A W conmua Special attention Riven to collections Office over Manns Block led to it and you will be that Mr Clevelandselaim to being a civil service reformer is a fraudulent one When Congress made it a civil j bureau under the Agricultural depart mentPresident Harrison selected Prof Harrington is its head regardless of politics solely because of his reputation as an expert in meteorological matters he having beenfdrmanyyears editor of a jpurual devoted to that science in addition to buing a member of the faculty of the Michigan Universit Prof lliirringlon had trouble Secretary very present administration cause of his refusal als under him scientific make and alqji Repair tAll work war Dual ere in Lumber Lath Sklnglea Doore Saab BHndi Lime Palate Cement Etc Etc Eitintalea gladly famished Yards corner Beaton A VB and Sixth Blrect Corning Iowa HC BAKNIIART CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED in W 8 JOHNSONMD PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis Wells law office Residence lust cast of Acadenir V over lst National Bank Iowa New methods for extracting teeth without pain Crown and bridge work a specialty Reasonable prices for flrstclasa work No chargro for t S GLOVKIt Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA attend promptly nil calls day or night in city or country Residence corner iOst and Lomis ave HOTEL EWING OPFOSITB DEPOT CRESTON IOWA B B Ewtso Manager HBHTAKT II D JPhysician Siirgeon Office MannsBlock Corning Iowa Reallenoe 7th Street 1st door north of C T Cole A STAPLUS right into the bust Bureau was Ifope that something to j us t i f yProf Har fremoval but it failed of its Mr Cleveland then asked Prof Hairington butvihutigeutle uiaii ideelin ed He ly rernbyed the oider comingr j from Buzzards liay Prof cllnes to say about his removal but what he does say tells the Among the pnblic interests which I have had steadily in viesv were the preservationof the scientific corps and the protection of the bureau from tlie spoilsman When a scientific bureau descends to the fouryear officeholding plane it at once loses prestige and be ardesirable post for A little ispeculative transaction has become public that has not increased the gqod standingof the individual official directly concerned ripr of the administration of which he is a mem ber Mr W A Milhken who is As sistant Attorney General for the Post man who fur uisheslhe legal advice for that branch government has been sued by a local broker for tho payment of a check for that ho gave the broker and ihen stopped the payment of The particulars of the transaction which follow are not creditable to Mr Milli ken Heordered the bioker tb pur chase 100 shaves of Chicago gas stock for him when a specified pricewas reached The broker did so and sent a the contract to Mr Milhken Milhken eat RxaoHTfl ptolit but went naul h s was maigm it cover ed being wiped out Ihon Mr Milh ken went to the bank on which the check was drawn and ordered is pay ineiib stopped and when payment was demanded of him personally he refused and said that the transaction being gambling and therefore illegal he could not be compelled to pay the money Nice sort of a law officer isnt he Like other skingamblers he squeals when he loses The lesson bftha sugar specula ting Senators seemingly had no effect notwithstandingtho public indignation it aroused By withholding large sums of money which are due and should have bson paid and by a juggling system of book keeping which would not be tolerated by any private the ndministration succeeded iii hold ing the deficit for the fiscal year just closed down to liut the strangest thing about tho whole dis graceful busiucss is that some of the democrats actually pretend to be proud of the showing made Ye gods proud of running tho government in a year of profound peace that its expenditures exceed its receipts by nearly lortythreB million dollarsThe people feel about this thing just as the stock holders of a business corporation would feel if a similar showing were made at the end of a years a change of management is absolutely necessary True an immediate change cannot be liiul but it has been ordered and when the republican Congress meets the ad rn t irtno fm1 nVll llf Business men of Leon have contri buted money for hiring an aeronaut to make a balloon ascension and para drop every Saturday that town in the belief that people there from do their trading i The recent hSSyyWP dirt to settle ijnygffoldkaar61l yeais ago A to Jas holq one day last dawn 14 feet and was that ithad to be killed Brades living near Oakland Ppttawattamie county built a silo last fall and kept 45 cows through the win ter on the feed from itthey yielding more than an average quantity of milk on this feed alone He is convinced that it is the best as well us Ihe cheap est feed for CQWS and will put up another silo this fall Fortune in a Fiddle WICHITA KanjJuly Mc Guire a farmer near Gpddard this Bounty toil ay received a fiddle by ex press that had iuit more soothing to u Kansas farmer than music Two years rigo bis uncle onePeter Conroy died at Washingtonr Conroy was supposed tohave a good pile of money saved up and only heir he anticipated a littlefortuhe When Con rpys will yas opened it was found he left nothing to McGuirobutan old fid dle he brought withhim from Tralee county in 1858 Mc Guiro was so indignant that he would riot pay for the exprossage of the fiddle to Kansas Two weeks ago he dreamed one night that the fiddle was full of money He spoke about it tohia wife and the latter believing in dreams ap propriated enough from her butter and egg fund to gay 4300 express on the fiddle It arrivedtoday enclosed in a sealed violin case and when examined found that it contained in money anda deed to 160 of land near Claremont Va Nota word of expla nation was with the money and Hugh McGuire is wonderingwhat his uncles idea was The instrument was torn to pieces to get the money out but it will be gl ued together again and hung on the Wall of Hugh MeGuires cottage as a monument to his old uncles memory Reunion of Old School Friends Alumni Association T HAnDESTY HAKDE3TY STAPLES Contractors and Builders Corning Iowa Mflkoaep clulty ofStono Brick Plastering and Cement wora J CORNING REAL ESTATE CO Transacts a general Real Estate busi ness buys and soils Choice farms and town properly for sale trade or rent If you have anything to sell list it with us Call when you want to buy OQice in W M Scotts Shoe Store P MANAGER partially takdu away and on March 4 1807 a republican administration will lake charge bf the government and therell be no more deficits or juggling with the Treasury bookkeeping THE SLOPE is to be started at It is prepared with the utmost care and skill from the choicest leaf grown 5 possessing a flavor and stibstance makes it dear to the heart of evefjp tobacco chewer It is made by the oldest tobacco manufacturers in America and the largest in the world and cannot be excelled Try it Youll agree with the many thousand discriminatingchewers who use it sively and pronounce it much the fcest molest them nor make them afraid and so they wereas happy as the day was long and their lathers and mothers cast off allanxiety and care and roamed about as joyously as the children Those whohad mated with school fel lows and they were many sought the old lovers nooks and told again the sweet old lovers stories Congressmen and staid Professors rehearsed mild tales of boyish pranks and members of the Board of Trustees unwisely confess ed before the younger generation to scrapes unnumbered Deep in the hearts of all was the memory of those who were not there The spirits of the tost hovered near and failed eachwithjsad emories AROUND A barrel factory Malvcrn C F Beaman of Atlantic starts on the road with a circus The Randolph creamery was sold at shonfTs sale the other day A stock company has been organized at Neola to build au opera house A chimney in a new Glenwood resi dence is 57 feet high nnd contains 4500 bricks Creston still has people who tie cans to dogs tails and they do it on Sunday too Pays Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank CAPITAL SURPLUS a General Banking Business f W 8 HKFMNO President OFFICERS A L WKILS ViooPrcaldent CIIAB T COIK CushUr Headquartera for Farm A Chester White pig that at a year old weighed over 500 pounds is a Glen wood wonder Between 200 and 300 poople are em ployed by the Atlantic canning factory just now They are canuing peas Galen Pnrcell a Hastings boy has developed such talent in painting lictures that he will he sent to Chicago o study under artists Only one claim for exemption from jury duty was made in Decatur county iuring the time the jury commission ers wore in session in that county A great field of corn is now growing whore iuod to be Lake Wanbonsio which in its lime not so many years was famous through Mills and Fremont A Summer Outing of Ye Mrs Editor Family How many lovely things are said of the month of June Juno the month of roses Blest is the hrido who is mated in June June is the month of strawberries and cream of sweet girl graduates and college commencements To mo this spriug the first of June the opening of the gates of Paradise for it meant the laying down of hqusthold cares and worries the dropping of all thought as to what shall we eat and drink and wherewithal shall we be clothed thegatheringup of the children and being away from the homo nest to fresl fields arid pastures new there to make merry with old friends to rest and to loaf and invite ones soul and to gain fresh strength and courage for the busy days to fol low So complete has been the realization of the hopes and plans that I made for June so full of the sweetest and truest pleasure that I want my friends to share it with me and so these letters will be not scientific nor stilted but the simple story of a happy womans happy holiday There has been this month at the State Agricultural college at Ames an Alumni meeting which was unique in the history of the school It was planned by some of the earlier graduates during the winter just past and included among many other pleasant features a special reunion of the graduates and undergraduates of tho tirst ten classes with their children The college grounds ere never more beautiful Broad stretches of lawn shaded by beautiful trees stately build ings and quiet homes made a picture dear to the hearts of all who have spent their school days there Thither upon the 8th of June came the old boys and girls with the boys and girls of another generation cluster ing about them grave judges and law yers teachers preachers and business men mothers of families and women of affairs some with traces of time on their foreheads and a sprinkle of gray in their hair but all with the glad light in their eyes clasped hands with tho friends of their youth and lived again the happy days wnen with life and its cares all before them they had worked and in the old college halls and the children How many they wero how happy they were how good they were From the baby of six mouths in his cab and the WCQ chap of three in his funny little overalls to the governors tall son and the sweet faced daughters of the class of 72 just entering college there were uli sizes and ages we called them the college grand children and they hadthe usual priviliges accorded lo that favored class The halls dedicated to recitation and study echoed to tho patter of little feet and the music of too with for the antPwftnxejVwKo ing the heat nnd he bui den of the day in the busy world outside those quiet boundaries Filled besides with earnest pride ia the great school which is do ingsuch magnificieut work for the girls and boys of our state of helpful sym pathy and encouragement to the faith ful men and women of the Faculty who are devoting the best years of Iheir lives to the training of the heads and the hands of the students By their fruits ye shall know them and the practical cultured men and women who go forth withtho 1 A C diplomas prove by their successful lives that their Alma Mater led them wisely aud well during their college years Next week I hope to tell something of our trip to CUveland and Niagara Falls WINIFUED D SHAW DELICATE MidSummer Dreams will be pleasant if you use the SelfGererating Gasoline Stove Sold only by Screen Doors and Screen Binding Twine Very Cheap Call and make your purchases here and save money A full line of Build ers Hardware and everything to be found in a firstclass Hardware Store A O Harris FEMAUB REGULATOR IT IS ft SUPERB TON1G exerts a wonderful influence in strengthening her system by driving through the proper chan nel aii impurities Health and strength are guaranteed to result Irom its use My wife ivas bcdridJon for ciRliteen months Utter using BKADFIELDS FEMALE REGU LATOR for two months ia getting J M JOHNSON Malvorn Ark KEGClaTOB CO ATLiNTA Gi DranUU at per PATENTS obtained and ent bniineu conducted for MODERATE OPF01IT andwecanaccure patent la Ume J Scad model photo with Jtion We mdvije U patentablc or not Jre of Icharje Oor fee not due till patent 11 Kcttrcd LIT How to Obtain Patents with i icoTt Time 10 the U S and foreign conntriu Addrcii i OFP PATENT Ornet D C childish voices They talked out loud in the library and museum They overflowed into Ihe invaded tlie sacred precincts of the Presidents office and I begged ttio Steward for crackers and broad and butter There were none to SALESMEN looal A chance Dont inlss 1H You need n capital to represent a reliable flrm that war rants nursery stock nratolass nnd true t name all tbe Tar and good pa weekly Our fumous MInnctonkfl Apple I ed until It a bushel of frul worranteed until Itpr OiirSoed potatoes sell everywhere Nurserymen Florists 3d t 1CA Co ana Seedsmen Stntoag Co Paul Vina THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE fONCUELJESS K x j XHiittnlly pursued but never overtaken Shafer Mack The Implement Dealers Before you buy your McCoRMICKl McCoRMICK IN ORDER TO ORDER a machine tluit ia always IN ORDER always IN ORDER TO ORDER the McCORMICK it ii BTJQOtlES BTJOaiES BTJGOIES wo coll them Sec our OHIO RIDING CULTIVATOB It will pay you to call OH us bofor you buy The Adams County Horse Company horses will be kept for tho season of 95 in the barn east of Bevins store for colt to insure When you need Buckeye extias call on SHAKER MACK 2581 The Corning Stale Savings Bank Has money to lend on improved farms at 0 per cent annual intor it with S100 optional payment 14tf   

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