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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - August 1, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             WHOLE NUMBER 1395 CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY AUG 1 1895 VOL XXI11 TTfATERMAN ME5TEUHOFF Attorneys At Law Collections nnd nil legal business promptly attended to Onico over National Bunk of Corning AttorneysatLaw Practice In State Supreme and United State Courts First SaLl Bank 3ORSI5IQIOWA VTf O MITCHELL AttorneyAtLaw Special attention given to collections Office Second door north ofpoit oIHce CORNING IOWA Tjl KINDRED ATTORNEYATLAW COHNING IOWA Special attention giveu to collections Office over Manns Block THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly find cheaply All war ranted Corning Iowa TTTALTER NEWCOSIB Dealers in Lumber Lulh Shingles Doors Saah Blinds Lime Paints Cement Etc Etc Estimatca gladly furnished Yards corner Benton Aye and Sixth Etrect Corning Iowa HC BAKNIIAKT CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED S JOHNSONM D PHYSICIAN SURGEDX Office 1st door south Davis Wells law office Residence just cost of Academy Office over lit National Bank Corning Iowa New methods for extracting teeth Without pain Crown and bridge work a specialty Seasonable prices for firstclass work No charge for examination c E GLOVEK Physician Surgeon Oflice over Andrews Clothing Store COJRNING IOWA W ill attend promptly all calls day or night in city or country Residence corner lOst and Lomis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOalTK DEFOT CBESTON R E fiwiNO Jlannger II BHYANT MD OiHeo Manns Block Corninff lown Resiaenoe 7tii Street 1st door north C T Cole V T HAUDESTV A STAPLES BCABDESTY STAPLES Contractors and Builders Corning Iowa Itnkcnsp ciiilty oC Stone Brick Flustering and Cement worif CORNING HEAL ESTATE CO Transacts a general 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 yon want to buy Oflioe in W M Scotts Shoe Store MANAGER Pays Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank CAPITA SURPLUS snoooono 51000000 Transacts n General Hanking iluslncea Vf S IlEtiTNn President FICEHSiM f Witrra VlooVrosldcnl CHAR T CorK CuahUr Headquarters for Farm Loans OUR WASHINGTON LETTER From Our Regular Correspondent WASHINGTON July 20 1805 The Cleveland democrats are having a time dodging that third term question which is being lired on them from all direc tions A few of them secretaries Car isle and Lament for instance know md dodge for reasons of their own vhile the rest of them are afraid ot committing themselves to the wrong side of the question Tp the latter class Belongs exSenator Wade Hampton vho performs the light duties and Iraws the heavy salary of JKailvoad Commissioner In tryingto Escapere ponsibility for aBinterview with him nintcd iu a North Carolina paper vhich quoted him as saying that lie had jersqnal knowledge of Mr Clevelands mention to bo a candidate again the ld gentleman has gotJiimsoJi hopelcss y tangled up He acknowledges hav ng expressed the opinion that if the fi nancial questipu should result in party splits the gold democrats would upon running Mr Cleveland again kit why this dodgiug If Cleveland snot scheming to the demo jratic nomination again why do close friends of his as Secretaries Car isle and Lament neglect such good op ortuuities as they have both recently lad to stop the discussion by an author tative anHouucement that Mi1 Clcve aud is not a candidate for the nomiua ion And why does Mr Cleveland limsolf not say something on the sub oct Ho has found it easy to lay aside residential dignity and say other hings which would butter have been eft unsaid There is but one explaua ion of all this dodging Mr Cleveland s a candidate but is not ready to avow lis candidacy believing that he can so manipulate things as to make it appear hat his party forces him to run again Mistaken judgment both in beliet and n beingwilling to be a candidate to iertain defeat liy a patient search of musty docu nieuts relating toLtbe early years of the fovernnient it was discovered that the Jo rapt roller had incertain instances assumed the authority without question o pass upon the constitutionality of lets of Congress carrying appropria ions For weeks the administration ras been trying to find an excuse to keep the more than live and a quarter ai it lion dollars appropriated at the last session of Congress to pay sugar bouu ies in the Treasury This discovery furnished the excuse Comptroller LJowler a little mail with a head easily swelled required no persuasion to at tempt to follow iu the autocratic foot steps of some of the earlier comptrol Auot her Trilbr I cannot slug the old soiijf My voleo la out of tunev Ive got toscoBvcnfali And see film very oik Trntli mouth hear arguments as to why the money should not be hold up The ar ning the picstion will be useless un ess Uowlcf gels frightened and re uscs to play the part assigned him There is likely to be music in the air on ihis subject In fact there js already The Louisana Senators and one or two of the llcpresentatives arc now in greater part of that appropriation would go to their con stituents and they tried to read the riot act to Secretary Carlisle but he sneaked out by telling them he had no authority over the Comptroller The Louisiinians hink they have been buncoed and vhou Bowler decided that appropria ion to be unconstitutional as ho will if ic doesnt weaken they may have somBthiug interesting to say to the niblic Tlio administration loesnt are whether Bowlers decision shall afterwards be upset by the courts or tot all it wauls is to hold on to that nomiy for a time Senator Blackburn of Kentucky who has been in Washington gave the newspaper men a shock they will lot recover from for sone lime by rc using to talk If Senator Stewart should to bo iHerriewed on the silver question it would not bo niore surprising It is known however that ISlackburn is very bitter towards the id ministration and especially towards Secretary Carlisle and from an offer to wager money made by one of his friends vho is a sort of a sporliiifir character i ieems that he talked to somebody if tot to the newspaper men This man siid ho was prepared to bet from o S1000 that the next Senator from Cuntucky would either be Joe Black mrn or a republican and several of 3laokbnrns other Washington friends lave imitated that lie would rather be secccededin the Senate by a republican han by an ad mi lustration democrat Mind you I do not say that Blackburn s responsible for what his friends say or do but it is fair to infer that they ire more or less influenced by what he las told tlinm about the situation in Kentucky Republican advices from that slate are decidedly encouraging Iowa WeatherCrop Bulletin CKNTIIAI STATION Dies MOINES IOWA July 30 1805 Tho average tewpcrature of the past woek was about normal Nearly all scction5 of the state have had sntlicient rainfnll for present needs and consid erable damage has been caused by so vcre Incrd storms accompanied by md and hail On the whole however the week has been highly favorable for the growing crops and for harvesting and thresh ing tho ripened small grain The oats harvest is about completed and thresh ing is in progress with many report of heavy yields The cutting of spring wheat is in progress and some early fields of Hanaro ready for harvest Corn in slondily maintaining its loai and bids fair to break all previous re cords in the districts where the rainfall lias been ample Potatoes and the minor crops arc doing well SiJS5 poinflyq 5 3 Remember Hand fcn PI iil u C haiU e Bio wn Unless you will con Sly wife and not my And Mimd consented th And Charlie Brown THE DBS MOJNES Sgl Herbert SFairalHliG ihizes bnthe DCS Moiaes Sj he professional politician as Til the few years pro jolitieiah has become uunie Moines Many State members of thJ legislature completed terms of office and fiuijfi of rcnotnination or reelection hat this thriving city is only needxfi their location herein to become agreSL er place that money and position awaiQ he display of their unusual talents So they settle in Des Moines and begin n most cases a precarious existence Many a man who would have done well in his occupation as attorney armor merchant or teacher back in lis old homo town or county makes his vital mistake Of course there are exceptions to this rule men of unusual ability doing well at the capital as they would do anywhere We liaro heard Iowa county young men wish that they could get into aolitics hold office go to the logisla ure sway conventions dictate nomi nations and get rich and powerful out of such a career Could such young men see tho final outcome of the great nnjoiity of those who covet such a life hey would be thoroughly cured The arm the workshop the office or the store or any honorable occupation is a thousand times preferable to the will o wisp chase after public honors and tho uncertain emoluments of office Stick close to that for which you are oest fitted young man and do not got he craze for office Take an active intelligent interest in the questions of governmentattend the caucuses and conventions If the people call upon foil to serve them in any public capac ty do so provided your private1 busi icss will allovr you to be a candidate Dout scheme for nominations but ivhcn they are tendered to you and yon ire in a position to accept in and work for election and let no fair moans neglected to achieve success When i have linisheci your term of ser AROtTNI THE SLOPE Glenwood has a population of 3100 Mills county has quit paying a boun ty on gopher scalps An artificial reservoir burst at Coun cil Elnffs a few tlaya ago Three cnses of insanity iritliln four days in Mills county last week Six young men were baptized in the river near Emerson a few days ago It is aaid that there is enough old corn in Mills county to last that com munity for another year The Clarinda asylum is to have some now additions for the comfort and ac commodation of guests Capt Nesmit of Shenandoah is over 81 years of age anil is still working at lis trade that of a stone mason Rev Johnston formerly editor of the Blanchard Record lias returned from Africa where he went as a missionary Work on the foundation for Hcd Oaks water work stand pipe which as beuti undergoing needed repairs is completed The dry goods and clothing stores in jlcnwood have gone into an agreement thereby they close every evening at except Monday and Saturday lights Two of Silver Citys young people went to Council UlulVs a few doys ago mil were married On their return iiome they received a grand reception and among the refreshments disposed of were 11 kegs of beer To Make You Laugh Why asked Dismal Dawson lean ing over the fence why do you keep on diggin when the boss aint around Because I really like the jrali re plied the new farm hand Got a real likiu1 for work Sure Youd orter tako dianapolis Journal Nowyoung man you IU lick you I catcli In Brooklyn stay in the house today I within an inch of your life you out of the house Well cant I look out of the window and see the trolley kill a cinnati Tribune If you are posted on Chewing Tobaccos you know that Is much the best Its made by LORILLARD ar ing which PLUG can only to its high quali n flavor anl satisfy thre6 features iMges of Chewing J ow to be Many men ask for a certain brand of tobacco through force of habit withotit stopping to thinkwhether there is anything better to be had for the same price If you want the best sk for CLIMAX PLUGC Little re as at porters notice that w the gieat banquet Little Little said she couldnt find your papas name in the list Little but the list ends up with and others That means papa They always mention him that New York Weekly The Pilgrim was rooted to the spot Are you the coming woman he asked fearfully No rejoined the other with a MidSummer Nights9 Breams will be pleasant if you use frho talk about the typo writpi1 being a drawback to genius is all rot I do all my poems with a typo writer do I hud an idea that you made them with a sot of rub ber Journal didnt you hoar the doorbell ring but I didnt hear you answer it Young Man in periodical store I want a Fireside Companion Lady Clerk would I Siftings We note the following fiom the ford Times Republican A rnoiiAiuiiTY We sec in ninny of our exchanges tho name of Judge II M Towner mentioned for con srass Tliis is n bright idea nnd one which meets with our npproval When the term of Hon W P Hepburn in theEijrhlh district that would receive our Heartier support than Hon It jr Towner saouot Mint he would accept this position if oJIbrutl him but It is certainly lopedby nmny tlmt hevill umkethe canvass1 We have interviewed the Judge in re gard to the matter and arc authorized to state that he is not a candidate In conversation the Jnclgo suggests that until Col Hepburn voluntarily resigns or is called hifjlior there is littleiprob ability of a vacancy in this rdis trict The Gol will not desire to abagdoifea career and give up a place hu wjflK likes and tlio people will not sire to retire a representative whosi services have been so distinguished anl satisfactory It is not likely either as long as JutlgoTowniT will remain on the bench that tho people of Lhii judi cial district will care tu dispcrnu with his services Morris and wife visited at E II Smiths hist wool nnd took home sonic ol Mr Smiths delicious tunic plums J W Morris suicl wife last Tuesduy with their laushter Mrs E II Sinitti Prof Bliiyney was ounviisialnstliis vicinity In Iho interests of the Corning lust week II Smiths team ran away week with loud of liny They overturned the one horse was thrown drwn but nothing wns seriously Jim Flanujrnn nnd little sister nro visitiiiB with their aunt Mrs Doc Kverheiirt Eva Evcrliewl went with her undo to lu biiqne to vinit with his family there 011 Guest lute of IridUinola colleprc will preach nt Iveyvillc iiuvt Kundiiy iu i p m ME3 Itidn Guest will liikca musical conrsn ut Tudtnnoln heifinninsScitemhei1st Several were tiiken into full connection with M E church lust Sabbath Mev turned nntl Miss Mae riilllips will lie tfin their Kodnwny next Thurstljiy The Weekly Iowa Capital wil be sent to any address during the campaign tor ONK CFNT A VVEKK The greatest weekly in the state Address at once LAPB YOUNG Pub Dos Moinos Iowa A delightful outdoor number will lo the readers verdict on the August Midland Monthly Ues Its I many illustrations take one one into 1 Iho fields and on the hills and over j Arctic seas Tho Dolls of tho Wisconsin i tho Mackenzie Hivor Starting a city in Kancdaml paper Vcrgon I nos VI the Battlo of Mobile Hay a historic castle in llhouish Prussia linnting lishing in Sonoma a racy sketch of campers advanturea in northern wilds stories poems queries answered a fullpage Typo of Midland Ueauty are tho fihipf attractions of the August Mid land He tlao SeHGererating Gasoline Stove Sold only by thn Evelusivo Hardware sells tlifim KO cheap you lord tt i o uC ovt Screen g Twine Very Call Sljilmake your purchases here and save1 money A full line crs Hardwire and everything to bu found iu a firstclass Hardware BEST GRADE LATEST STYLE Oorrx FIGXTBE WITH WIND MIL PUMPS AND You willUnd respond I our goods right and prirc r cvr Shafer F B U U W Sclby M 1 POTTER SELBY Physicians and Surgeons F E IoUcr rrslilciw Hist hfiiiKc of F M Davis U Vf Sclliy rcsliUnur hlkn WlStOf HOlltll Hilt OlWllllUV IlllVt The Corning State Bank lias monoy lo lend on farms at 0 per cent annua with optional payment vod tiivsl litf   

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