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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - July 18, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             vVHOLE NUMBER 1393 SCORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 181895 voi NO s 9 TJTT MEVERIIOFF Attorneys At Law Collections mid all loira business promplly attended to iii Olflce over National Iliuk of Corning BttJWN AttorneysutLaw Slute Supreme and United Slate Courts First Natl IJauk JOWA O MITCHELL AttorneyAtLaw Spools attention given lo collodions Office Second door uorth oTpot CORNING IOWA TfJI a KINDRED ATTORNEYA TL AW CORNING IOWA Special attention given to collections Office over ilmns Block fl THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Raptur ing neatljviud cheaply All work war rautcd Corning lovva ALTER NEWCOAIB t Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED vy s PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis Wells law office llesldcucc just cast or Academy F H SCRANTON Oflije over National Bank metliocls pain Grovrp bridge firstciass work fy E Physician Surgeon Office ovet Clothing Store COBBING IO HA Will atteud pioriipUy all calls day or night in city 01 country Residence coiner l03t andJCoaiis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITB DEPOT EWINQ JDt BKYANT SI D V5 IfannsBlock Corninir Iowa pS lonco rtli Strout 1st diior north of C T Colo IF T IIUiDESTY ASTVITEB HARDB3TY STAPLES Contractors and Builders Corninir Iowa Wnkoasp cialty of Stono lirlct Plastering and Cement wor CORNING REAL ESTATE CO Transacts a Heal Estate busi ness buys and soils Choice farms and town property for sale trade or rent If yon have anything to sell list it wilh us Call when you want to buy Odine in W M ScoUs Slice Store fi117171B ft fit MANAOKR Pays Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any SavingiBanJk CAPITA r7 9sonoono SUUlLUtf TransacUa Ooncral UanliliijrBnsincSB S HKKMNO PrcMidcnf A WKIIS Vicoln Hdent UJIAH T COIB Cashlr Headquarters for Farm Loans OUB WASHINGTON LETTER From Our llcgular D C July 12th i805 Gen Harrison a candidate for theropublican lYosideuUii noniiuation Ouco more that statement is made by a gentleman who presumably enjoys Gen Harrisons confidence Shis tiiue it is Hon John W Foster of Jndiiina is vc who was sectclary staio during theienbiU none have o closing months of Gen Harrisons adcountry The run miuisuation Mr Foster clinches liis name of axolotl family on a lishing picnic A few nights ngo IJieir uahin took tire ami all their clothing and other belongings were burned aid they narrowly escnp ed wilh their livus A Bedford merchant has a queer rep tile which was caught in a river near there It looks like a eatlUhbut has foiir legs ami is very common in ilex re over been seen iu this ile known ihe statement by saj iug that he believes the Indiana delucjaiion will go to the republican National convention out a slate candidate for the nomina tion nnd not united on any ctudidati lie thinks thodolcfraliim will he divided between Allison MuKinley and Ueed but he doesntexpress any opinion us o what proportion ouch of those gentle men will control Mr foster who has been in Jhina for several months act ing as adviser to llu CUiueje govern ment in its negotiations with Japan was given a cordial welcome back to his Washington home tliis week by a gatheringof his personal filends which included about all the promi nent people now in town The Chinese governmentwas anxious to place Mr Foster npoiiits permanent pay roll and made him a very Haltering offer but he declined beiiiff too good an American to enter the service of any foreign Scuator can senator from Noi iu Washington thought Serials of ih6 south and tho use of both gold and silver us mouev metals It is etiniatcd by tliuTii who have had access to iho figures that the excess of Treasury payments over for the first cloven days of the noW liscal year averaged more than a niil liou dollars a day Much of this money should have been paid out be fore the lirst of July but it was held back so as to keep down the total of the deficit for the fiscal year that closed June 30 It is now admitted by intel ligent democrats that legislation for the increase revenues of the govern ment will r bo one of the absolute ne cessities of the next session of congress Republicans have known it ever since lie new tariff was under discussion in the last congress and urged the dciuo jratslo ad optra tariff bill that would pro vide sullicient revenues for a niain aiirancepf tho government but the urging was in vain lire much 7 at Uio irGofrtgiToss in fuopre eiU furnish the money to rim the govern ment and it t i c sorting to ill so its of chemes to Cieaic j public seutimenl against any revision of the tarilt and in avorbf raising themoney by somo ueihod of iuterniil taxation One of ho shrewdest of these schemes is that said favor the increase because it will lave a tendency to drive western beer vhioh is now largely consumed out of the big eastern chics The western jrewcra already have to pay Ihe rcight andmeet the prices of the east erns b rowers in their home cities and with n dollar a barrel add tbo tax and no increase in the scjjing price they would not he able to and that the eastern brewers pay a dollar a barrel ad j if lluy could thereby got tho sajjiteih Irade now held by western iijewcrios iipw stated that failing in his lo secure a fourth nominalion is certainly will Mr Cleve anitniiUjabout mule up his mind to nishSecretary Olucy as the administra for Hie democraticnnni man that could entluisp as a candidale would for a museum ho vonlijrbu a IJOSH freak THSSLOPE liter Rock tin mat f a euifevv to ring at 9 oclock The ChrpnicloVclaiiiH that Emerson s tho wealthiest Lmvn of its size in the stltlo Adair hvda 4tli of July lirecracker ire but it before much lainaae was V The gain in of Lyon county has beettSJiJorjCunt in tho last ivc years Iig pens have been banished from henandoah during hot weather by nn ordinance just passed fivvor of rlertric iglilsMoritVily Ulh vqte stood 231 for the prbpbsition iad against Mrs Groveof is the mother of of whom are iving The youngest 6ie beiug 21 rears of ago The Creston city cpnpejl retusing to pay for watcr un til lyo waterworks cpmiiany furhishej i pjfio clear article V W F Grose who settled at Sidney n ISvl died at July 41 He vas tho fiithovof itipCvoso brotlibrs the well 1 mertliafits A fouhd a freak iti t a 1 1 1 i n c I tv i a a a si y n wilhanQthrr pa the itiV i d o o f U 1 1 d t acoy 1eij bocaua o the otjeon iso 1 A A Parish who has carriitil the mail between Bed fort arid Redding a distance of 20ini1c3 for the 11 years and two months has figured out thai ho has traveled 151880 in the per formance of hi duty This is nqttal to six times the distancearound tho earth Surveyors from Atehisou county Mo were at Hamburg last week tak ing levels alongthe Nishriabotoa fiver It is said that tho month of tho river is filling up and some dredging is to be done there Tho snryeying was done preljmlnary to this work Tho average fall in the river is 2Jfeet a mile The Platform We tliftr esentatlves of tliD Republican convention assembled re tlie great principles of party from its birth 1ms a the face of nn ever We congratulate the people of 56iihtry upon the evidence of retuiriing piasperity and rejoice In encli Instunco of lixbor rcempjpyed restored and induSr try rceatabilslied upon a prosperous basis In the reuord of the building oC our industries polloy their paralysis un tlicfr revival party and the house of rep one elected upon tKVpIatrorm of tliellepnblican party tho yln dicatioit of the ittllcyoF protection is com plete The Democratic party Iscouvicted of obtaining power in 1892 under false pretense In its platform it declared the principle of protection to be unconstitutional arid in its campaign it denounced the policy as robbery But with complete power In Its hands ita law mukers have utterly failed to carry out tbe policy to which they were pledged It is a far cial protenao for tlo Doinjeratio rparty to elaiin credit now for a measure from which nine months ego its president withheld his approval and denounced as ii humilatlrnj iibandonuieut of their cardinal principle The senate bill substituted for tho bill 13 not n measure which tbo Hepubllcan party would father it reduces tho upbn luxuries a method of levy more effective than any income tax it restores taxation to sugar a necessity in every home it reduces ihowage rate in many industries In whluh iibor is tbe chief clement of cost hut it maln iains in many of its parts the pilneple whiclr tho Democratic party declared to be uncon stitutonal Xo o aim under it IB ton ctalui credit abandoning its pwn policy And adoptingtho principle nhich it had de Dont TJse Big Words In promulgating your esoteric cogi tations and in articulating your super ficial sentimentalities and amicable philosophical or psychological observ ations beware of platitudinous pou Let your conversational mrtj while professing espetlul interest lu en arjemcnt of otir export trade has destroyed the reciprocity arrangements established by Hcpubllcan adminiatration Its solicitude or foreign trade has been exttib ted only in tho adiuissionof foreign oroods to our markets without obtaining any reciprocal favors from foreign nations We believe iu the policy of reciprocity as tho policy of practical affairs and the admission of foreign traders to the markets eC tho United States should ob tain for our people CQUU O portunltlca in oreiirn markets Wo believe that tho compensation ot labor s the true amagre of civilization and tho wisl aro of tho laborer has been tho constant care of the Republican party from Its birth We iro uualterablyoppoaed to reducing the Amer can workmen to open competition iu our own market with the poorly paid labor oC the old world Wo denounce ihe doctrine that a riirlff should be levied with n view to revenue only and reaffirm tho doctrine which bos vroughtln America the moai iunrwlous In Justrlnl development over known la thc world viz The doctrine of protection to Jinu industry wo liulitive in tntiiitluiiilns not only the1 ilghest wngo rate for the Inbirer hut the in esrrlty of money In which tie Is paid We affirm the declarations of the Ilcpubll un national plul form or 1SU2 adopted at Min neapolis that The American people from tradition and Interest favor bimetallism and the Republican party demands the use of both fold ami silver us s audurd money with such c trlction and uudcrsuch provisions to be determined by legislation as will secure the maintenance of the purity of the value of the two metals that the purchasing und the debt payinjf powir of the dollar whether silver gold or paper shall be at all times initial Tho ntercst of the producers of tho cjimtry its farmers and the woiklng men demand that every dollar piper or coin Issued by the jovernment ahull be us jjood as tiny other We urge that tho United States exert its nllucnce to establish witli the important com nerchil nations of the world such an Interna tional agreement as will enable this country o reopen Ita mints to thi free and unlimited colnase ofboth metals without loss of one or tho other from the volume of our money We congratulate tle people upon the fact that ot lowrwill be represenlatcd In the Piftyforth congress by two senators and representatives who arc zealous and fearless advocates of Itupubllcan prlnelplea ind whoso services In tho past we heartily commend 1th especial pride do we remem ber the dlstlngKlEhed services of our senior senator wh so long and honorable record ns a servant of the state entitles him to expres sions pf oitrfill conlldcnoe nnd our cndurlntr hull with Sftllsfaetlon the unl jrsji dpsiro of the Republicans of the state to cdiitfiiiie him In present Hold of uscTul icss iiiitilcaHcd to the larggr services of the nation llcaolvcd That the honest anil Industrious mmigrant who comos to our land with Iho ntcnt to become In good faith an American tti ulwnys welcouucl Nono other should bo permitted to ojina Wo diver tho amendment and more stringent enforcement ot the Imralration laws so us to exclude crlm mil pauper tin1 all other iiudexlrublc chuses whoso presence tends to dcsrado American labor and Invltu of enjoyment is found by every lover of good chewing tooacco in LORILLARDS famous This tobacco represents the result of 134 years experience in blending and preparing tobacco to suit a universal taste I A delicious flavor has been imparted to it without the addi tion of any harmful element In substance it is unequalled by any chewing tobacco ever prepared When you want a j delicious satisfying chew try CLIMAX PLUG in favar of liberality to tuo nations defend ers favor the granting of penalous to all honorably dischnrired Union soldiers and sail ors wlibse disabilities or necessities Justly en title them tbeiu tberto communications possess a clarilied a compacted comprehen siblencss a noaleseent consistency arid a umeaten itent cogency Kstbew conglomei itioujs of IHtucnt gai bibblemeut and Let jouu eTtemoriueous unpremeditated actous vivacity vim nen rube red with rhodomontade or thrasonical bombast Soilulously avoid all polysyllabic prb fuuility psittaceonsyacuitj pompous prolixity and vauiloqneiit vapidity Shun double ententes prurient jocosity and pest iferous profanity obscurant or appar cut In other words talk plainly briefly naturally sensibly purely and truthfully Keep from slang dont put on airs say what yon mean what you say and dont use words Press Mrs Anna Gage wife of Ex Deputy U S Marshal Columbus Kan says I wasilclivered of TWINS in less than 20 min utes and TC i th scarcely any pain after using1 only two bottles of MidSummer Nights Dreams will be pleasant if you use tho SeliGererating Gasoline Stove Sold only by A p HARR lie also keeps a full SUDD also keeps a full supply of the Eyclusivo Hardware Dealer Jioflette them cheap you cant ford to roast yourself over a cook Screen Dooxs and Screen Wire Binding Twine Very Call and make your purchases here and save money A full line of Bitlld Hjirdwaro and uverything lo be found in a iratelass Hardivare Store A O Harris MOTHERS FRIEND DID NOT STTPFER AFTER WAHD riutill on rccodt of prloa Hoot TO MOTIIliillS itliy Express ner huttle rue KEGUUTOlt CO ATL1XTA OA SOLD 111 111 DRUGGISTS PATENTS ts and TradeMarks obtained and sincu conducted for MODERATE i U S PATCNTOrncc pandwecansecure patent ia leu time taaa thate remote from Washington S Scad model drawing or photo with deicrip Mion We advise if pateniable or not free of chaise Our fee not due till patent is secured A PAMPHLET How to Obtain Patents vrith cost of same m the U S and foreign counuiu Jscnt free Address PATENT OFFICE o c roil QHKAT TAINT To close out stock to make room for new consign ments will soil all paints at ruinous urices W A DAVIS 2ti4t SALESMEN loojl and Traveling A rood Dont miss it Yon need no capital to ropioscnt u rellahln linn that war rants nnrsory stonk llratclass and trno to nn mo Work aU and pay woe lily Our famous Mlnnctonlca Apple 19 wnrniiitoeil in til It produces a biiHhcl or fruit Our Seed nntiiiofa sell ovovywliero ijtatoairo NiirHcrynicn Florists I I KAY ft Co Socdiiiuii PftcilMinn BEST GRADE LATEST STYLE Ooxn FIOTJBE PTJMPS WITH TJS ON WIND MIIXS AND You will find respond our gools right and prices to cor Shafer Mack The Adams County Horse Company horses will bo kept for tho season of Jo in the barn east of Bevins store Terms for colt lo insure Whou you need Buckeye extras call on SiiAFEii MACK 258t The Corning State Savings Bank Haa money to lend on improved farms at U per cent annual wilh optional payments 14tf   

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