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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - August 8, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             NUMBER 1396 W ATERMAN MEYERHOFF Collections and all legal prpmptly Office over National Bank of Corning Attorney satLaw Practice la State Supreme aud United State Courts First Nat Bank IOWA O MITCHELL AttorneyAtLaw Special attention given to collections Office Second door north of pott office CORKING IOWA Q KINDHED ATTORNEYATLAW CORNING IOWA Special attention given to collections Office over Manns Block fc THOMPSON SEN Manufacture Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaplyAll work war ranted Corning Iowa 1 WT ALTER NBWCOMB Dealers In Lumber Lath Shingles Doore Saab Blinds Lime Paints Cement Etc Etc Estimate gladly Tarnished Yards comer BentonAve and Sixth street Corning Iowa HC BARNIIART CORNING IOWA A Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED w 8 JOHNSONMD PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis Wells Jaw office Kealdence just cast of Academy V ffijeoverslfct ft t f Corning pain Crowns work a specialty Reasonable prices firstclass work No charge for examination D K GLOVER Physician Surgeon Office over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA W ill attend promptly all calls day or night in city or country Residence corner lOst and Lomis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DBPOT CRESTON IOWA H B Evffit3 H BRYANT M D JPlvysician JSnrgfeon Onlco MimnsBloek Corning Iowa Residence 7th Street 1st door north of 0 T Cole F T HAHDESTY A STAPLES HABDESTY STAPLES Contractors and Builders Corning Iowa Mnkeaspolnlty of Stone Brick Plastering and Cement work CORNING REAL 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 you want to buy Oflice in W M Scotts Shoe Store P MANAGER CORNING ADAMS COUNTY LOW A THURSDAYi AUG 81895 VOL XXIII NO 32 Pays Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank CAPITAL SUKPLUS Transacts a General Banking Business S HEHINQ President jr A I WEM8 VleoPrcaidcnt CHAB T COLE Cashier for Loans OXJB WASHINGTON LETTER From Our Regular Correspondent WASHINGTON Aug z 1895 The Cleveland confidence game is the name that has been given to the attempt of the cuckoos to make the democrats believe that Mr Cleveland doesnt wish to be again nominated for President but merely to have the honor of declih ing the nomination after it hasbeen tendered by tho democratic national convention Inasmuch as tho demo cratic administration and Congress buncoed the voters of the would belonly a caso of poetic justice for Mr Cleveland and the cuckoos to bunco the democratic party If the democratic convention falls into the trap set forit and nominates Mr Cleve land with the expectationthathewill decline it will be the most disappoint ed body ever seen and it is just as tain as any future event can be that if nominated Mr Cleveland will accept In view of tihc generally recognized fact that the democratic nomination will next year be a very empty honor it is difficult to understand the efforts that Mr Cleveland and his cuckoos are making to get it These efforts can only be accounted for by the inordinate egotism of Mr Cleveland which causes him to believe improbable as it ap peals to everybody else that he coufd be elected again It has been known for quite a while iu administrationcircles that failing to get the nomination himself Mr Cleveland desires to throw the entire administration inflnence to Secretary Carlisle It has now leaked outthat there is a revolt against this pro gramme froni an unexpected direction Mr Clevelands man JDaa Lamont heads therevolt Dan is grateful to Mr Cleveland for the political favors he has received from him and although he doesnt like the idea of a third term for anybody he is willing to help Mr C try to get another nomination byt he owes nothing to Secretary Carlisle add he declines to have his allegiance transferred tohim when Mr C sees that he has no show There iaanother man who has done financially lor Dan Lamont what Mr Cleveland has done politicall for him That man is exSec retary Whitney and Dan proposes to show his gratitude by making Mr Whitney his second choice instead of Secretary Carlisle Mr Cleveland has only one objection to Whitney but that is a serious one He is the only man in either of his cabinets that he failed to completely dominate Theforce of example is one of the strongest knownto man Mr Cleve lands use of a government light house tender for his hunting and fishing trips was thenatural forerunner of ry Carlisles intendeduse of a goveru house tender to make a tour of the Great Lakes Not only will the Seoretarjand carried o Ibis junksfat but 1 BOO and hia wife will go alongvfnd wasnt to Yf oot the billsat yroqhj be quite cestly JM twtff Carlisle Jamilies willing to qupfe Public office is a pub lic trust at you in the face of the pri vate snap the members of the present administration have made of it Nothing more galling to the Cleve land democrats has occurred for a Jong time than Senator Gormans new cinch on the control of the Maryland demo cratic organization and the astute Gor man rubbed It in ou them by having his convention endorse the able and patriotic administration of President Cleveland and the tariff law that Pres ident Cleveland refuses to sign Mr Gormans resolution declared the tar iff to be tho best we have had for thirty five years which isnt strange when it is remembered that Mr Gorman was onevof the principal authors of the Sen ate tariff bill which took the place of the Wilson bill andbecame a law with out the Presidents signature Gorman may not capture the democratic Presi dential nomination next year for him self but it is notunlikely that the man who does must first dicker with him and he will be more exacting than he was when ho allowed Mr Cleveland to be nominated iu 92 Fear may do for the sugar what right and justice would not db Finding that Comptroller Bowler was determined regardless of the argu ments which willibe presented to him nextweek to refuse payment of the money appropriated by Congress for sugar bounties on the ground that the original sugar bounty law was uncon stitutional the Louisiana Congressional delegation put a new phase on the mat ter by informing members of the cabi net that tho withholding of this money will certainly put Louisiaua permanent ly in the republican column Word has been sent to Mr Cleveland and Bowlers orders may bo changed before his decision is made OUT TIP THE CORN This year Iowa formers have an abun dance of everything Providence seems to bo giving us a double deal to atone for our losses last year While Iowa will have tho largest corn oats and po tato crop in her history and a fair crop of hay and other grains other states have not boon nearly so well treated Ohio Indiana Illinois and a number of other good states are very short on hay and have less than an average corn crop The drouth last year taught tho Iowa farmer a lesson Ho for years he had been wasting his corn fod der considering it of little value Our experimental stations had for a long time advocated the cutting up of the corn and the caring for the fodder as serting that as a nutritive food it was equal to hay The farmer was slow to take up with the new theory With an abundance of grass each year he was reluctant to try it But last year Iowa was caught with her full quota of stock and a shortage of all crops The de spised fodder was all there was left for it got the chance for the first time of proving to the masses what a blessing is corn stalk blade ear nud all Cattle that were only expected to survive the winter came out sleek and faton it and ihus was proven all that the experimental statioas had cialmed of it This year there is nearly twice the amount of fodder per acre than Ihcre 5vas last year Let the Iowa farmer cut every stalk of it andcarafully save and feed it to his stook He will thus get an equivalent of from seven to ten dol lars per acre from r what he heretofore realized scarcely nothing The grain thus saved can be sold at a good price to those who must have it It is Iowas year Lets get every dollar out of our crops that is possible A friend has handed us the following regarding the cutting of fodder Mr Samuel Allerton of Illinois who if not the most successful farmer in S is one of the largest and most successful raising each year be tween 10000 and 15000 acres of corn upon his land has bought this year 25 corn binders He has volunteered to say that this corn machine he consid ers adds 810 per acre to every acre he possesses because it enables him to save his fodder at the proper rime and he has never been able to doit hiring men to qut itup He state that he can no longer afford to raise hay because he can get more nutriment more valuable feed off an acre of corn fodder than be can out of the best acre of timothy hay he can has the corn for noth ing He says that from actual exper ience and testa he will challenge any farmer to take a good fat animal out of the pasture in the fall and prevent him from losing weight through the winter months stuffing him with all the tim othy orbther hay he can get him to eat while oh the other baud he can take the same animal and with good corn fodder cut at the tiglit time and put 100 Ibs gain on the animal during the fintaaaonths Mr Allerton is one of the largest cattle feeders and shippers intheJTJ S and knows whereof lie speaks1 CBKSTOJT HISTOBIOAL TALK Judge Towner Delivers a Polished and Very Interesting Lecture Teachers who are attending the Union County Normal Institute and a number of tho citizens of rare literary treat at the high school Building last evening when they were givenone of the moat bril liant and interesting lectures ever delivered in Creston Judge H M Towner of Corning being th o speak er There was a nice audience pjeaent the assembly room being well filled with hearers The attendance was composed of teachers and some of Crestons best people wUojtre in literature and cduca from the opening tQthe ctoae afhta Juafce at a Wjjtp gentleman tf hiehVulture and great literj ary abillt j a close ctnefuU student scholarly la well qualified to deal with historical facts and his lecture lost night was replete with interesting matter as Is calculated to brighten andreni mind of the student be ho oIdoryQurigfoTrifl Judge confined himself closely to1 ill G subject and by so doing t5 f icfve his hearers the very pleased and entertainedTsnQ his hearers tho best of satisfaction V Judge Towner fs6no of Iowas greatest students and mosXhtgnlJ1 polished and refined orators Ills minoVlgi Naturally inclined to ward tho law and oi a Jurist ho ranks among the best In the westrbut ile laa grasped all the great questions pf tho day and possesses a fund of knowledge and information which en abled him to spijkkrwltli InteUiseuoo on any subject He takes a deep interest In educa tional matters and Is nlwnys ready to assist the student in ririy yay possible Southwest Iowa Is prpu4of this learned judyo and Crca ton sharcsltn this Just pride The normiil students afj grateful to the Judpro for his brflliant leojurc last night and for the timely hints nnd Buggestlona thrown out duiinghlJ8VtalJcTho Judge will always rv welcome in Crcston and can bo assured of a good audience whenever heap oaks Sn iV THE SLOPE The population of Montgomery Red Oak sanitarium has been sola purchaser for JJJArmstrong of Page county has field on tho Nishna BotnaVftlley jiist west of Shenandoah Review is celebrating its silver anniversary It suggests that frieQds wljo wish to present anything will use Ioundpjeces of silverware Tramps have become such anusiance at Missouri the mayor has been compelled a proolnma tiou warning riot to feed them Prof Saylor exc6unty superinten dent of Montgomery county has been elected principal f of tho city schools of Lincoln NebJ ata salary of 82500 pel year Iowa Biilletin STATION DBS MOINBS Aug 0 1895 S The of the past week was Slightly above normal and the was generally deficient The weathfr ffcondltions have been favorable fordoiihpletlng the harvest of nd for i threshing from i satisfactory retji Nearly all yield of oats to aud barley a average A special repoKt frorn 640 correspon dents representing every county in the state show the condition of cornis considovattly tfbyovo an average in sixtyone and somewhat below tho avcragoVin thirty couutios This Looks Funny at But its only The Hostler taking a chew of Climax Plug Every thoroughbred chewer enjoys a chew of this delicious tobacco It does not burn the tongue It possesses a pleasing flavor and a substance unequaled by any tobacco in the world When you want a good chew get LORILLARDS ooooooooooooogoooaoouc For the state at large the condition is materially above an averageThe fields are in the roasting ear state and with favorable weather the bulk of the crop should be beyond danger of frost before the middle of September The flax harvest is in progress Po tatoes are doingwell in nearly all sec tions STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO IIUCAB COUNTY aa FKANK J CHJBNEY makes oath that lie la the senior partner of the firm of P J CHBHIY Co dclngbualnesatntheOityofTolodbvCoun ty and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case or CATARRH that can not be cured by the use of CATAHUH CUBE FRAHKTJCHENEY Sworn to beforeme and subscribed In my prwenue day of ttocemborC D 0888 and acts directly on blood and mncoug surf aces oTUte system Seal for free fcjsf VS J CHENEY JtCOn Toledo O ld by D ru ggist 75c Annual Picnic Modern Wood of America Coin Iowa Aug 15 95 Fare one and one third for the round trip Tickets on sale August 1415 good returning till August 95 F H GKIQGS Agt Iowa Feeds the World The Illinois Central is bringing quan tities of hay to Galena from points out in Iowa Hay did not make much more than onehalf of a crop in this vi cinity but there is a vast quantity of it in Iowa a large amount of which will bo shipped to northern Illinois and southern Illinois andjsouthern Wiscon sin Prices arc not likely to be extra vagsyit Hay has been retailing here for per ton but it will not be held up to tlicso figures very long Ills Gazette Does Your Husband Or Son Drink If your Husband or Son is addicted to the use of Liquor Morphine or To bacco purchase of your druggist it bot tle of Hills Chloride of Gold Tablets They are guaranteed to cure or money will be refunded Tablets may bo given secretly in tea or coflee and the free use of stimulantsallowed until voluntarily given up Price per package If your druggist does not keep them send direct to The Ohio Chemical Works Lima Ohio Book of particulars and testimonials free 81St The Weekly loivaCapita will be sent to any address during the campaign Jor ONE CENT A WEEK The greatest weekly in the state Address at once LAFE YOUNG Pub Moincs town The Corning State Savings Bank Has money to lend ou improved f cms at 0 per cent annual interest with optional payments 14tf G BA Q I1MK TABLE The following carry and No 4 PasBenRer dally 140 p m No2 dally dally ox Sunday in small grain And for i thresh ing f rom T wast liolds with highly i PaBenijerdiiy No II 48am t No 73Freight pm I No 91 freight except Sunday a m Hold and baggage checked through to il principal points Excess baggage and 1000 aoOOraile UclccU on sale All bo removed on arrival F A Qniaas Agent reports show the phenVunmially heavy wheat above tho See tho handsomest I brought to Corning at Surry over 818t SIIAKEK MACK MidSummer Nights Dreams will be pleasant if you use the SelfGeterating Gasoline Stove Sold only by J3 ARRIS e also keeps afull supply of the EvoluBive Hardware Dealer who sells them so cheap you cant af ford to roast yourself cook Doors and Screen VITxre 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 BEST GRADE LATEST STYLE Corn FIOUBE WITH T7S ON WIND MILLS AND PUMPS Yon will find our goods right and prices to cor respond Shafer Mack F E Potter M D B W Selby M D POTTER SELBY Physicians and Surgeons PK Potter residence tlrst licniso southof F M Davis B W Solby residence 2U biles wcstof south side of sqvmro opposite Bajitlat ourch 1 O O F Picnic Afton Junction Iowa August 13 1895 Tickets on sale August 12th good re turning same date One faro for the rouint trip 33t F H Gitiuas   

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