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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - August 15, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             WHOLE NUMBER 1397 CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA XXIII NO 33 WATERMAN MEYERHOFP Attorneys At Law Collections and all legal business promptly attended to OfBcc over National Bunk of Corning ALB A BROWN AttorneysatLaw Practise In State Supreme and United State Courts First Nutl Bank IOWA O MITCHELL AttorrteyAtLaw Special attention given to collections Oflice Bdcond door north of post office CORNING IOWA EQ KINDRED ATTORNEYATLAW CORNINO IOWA Special nttention given to collections Office ovor Manns Block fc THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa SBWCOMB CO Dealers In Lumber Lath Shingles Doors Saah BHndB Lime Paints Cement Etc Etc Estimates gladly Tarnished Yards corner BentonAye and street Corning Iowa HC BARNIIART CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED S JOHNS OH II D PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis Wella law office Residence just oast of Academy j i I P4 x New methods for extractingteeth rWithout pain Crown and bridge work a specialty Reasonable prices for firstclass work No charge for R E GLOVKB Physician Surgeon OJhce over Andrews Store CORNING IOWA Will attend promptly all calls day or night in city or country Residence corner lOst and Lomis ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DEPOT CRESTON R E Manager f H BRYANT M D Cj JPliysieian Surgeon Office JlaimsBlock Cornlnsr lown Beslderice Tth Street lat door north of C T Cole A WEEK AT PLATING WAR COMPANY K IN CAMP Comings company of National Guardsmou returned to their home last Saturday noon happy and hearty after a week of soldier life atcaaop Frank D Jackson near Centreyille Iowa The boys are all good soldiers and are uu animoiis in praise of the camp and its management Company K does not take a back scat in point of efficiency for any company of tho brigade Tweu tyfqur companies about 1200 men were present under command of GEN H H WRIGHT of Centreville Gen Wright has just completed a five years term in command of the brigade He is an old soldier earnestly impregnated with the highest motives and ambitions for the Guard He is a politic handler of men and has no rough corners to rub up againstHo doesnt readily absorb anyones biases and he proved by his uniformly successful uianagement of this camp that he is the proper head for the brigade Among the other citizens of Centre ville who spared neither time nor ex Dcnso for the success of the camp were Gen Drake ilaj C A Stanton regent of the State University and one of na tures noblemen Col Ed Haines Sena ator E W Reynolds L C Mecheny J C Barrows Judge Fee and Capt VVycoff who wore daily visitors seek ing opportunity to add to the comfort of their guests OUR OWN KEGI3IENT tho Third received niauy compli ments for its high standanUof efficien cy Capts Dempsey Keller and Adams of the regular army all joined in favor able expressions The regiment is soon to have a change of command Col C V Mount of Sheaandoah who has done so much hard work for the advancement of tho regiment has longbeen desirous of re turning to the command of his compa ny E of which needs his attention Ho feels that he can now without injury turn over the regiment to another and the officers have by un animous ballot nominated for the col onelcy LT COL ALBERT WINFIEID SWAI3I the civilized brave of Oskaloosa Here is another citizen soldier who enters intct the work of the National Guard at much personal sacrifice but with tho inost earnest and exalted motives and as we believe with a keen almost prophetic perception into the future requirements of our dear Repub lic He is a leader among those of tis who believe the best guaranty of peace is to be ready for war that a great standing army is inimical to thobeat P T nAJlDESTY A STAPLES HAEDESTY STAPLES Contractors and Builders Corning lown Milken spclnlty of Stone Urick Plastering nnd Cement worlc CORNING REAL ESTATE CO Transacts a general Real Estate busi ness buys and soils Choice farms and town property for salo trade or rent If you have anything to sell list it with us Call when you want to buy Oflicc 1st door south of Andrews Clothing House W MANAGER Pays Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank OVPTTAL SURPLUS 31000000 Transacts a General Banking Business W S HEKMNO President OFFICERS 4A L VlccTrcsldcnt v VHABTPQUJ Cnslilcr Headquarters for of the French Republic about himself until he became their Kruperor is just now in the mind of every student Tho safety of the Republic rests with Lhu whole mass of the people that they shall maintain reasonable readiness to vise to their own protection and de fense The map who has a home and a family to ht for ig the man to dcnend upon for the safety of the nation A NUCLEUS Ol ORGANIZATION The National Guard of Iowa is not supported quite so liberally as it should bo There are fewer than twentyfour hundred guardsmen in tho State Half of those were at Ccntrevillo General Prime and his Hold officers are doing the host they can with the support al lowed but at best the Guard is but tho nucleus about which a military force can bo organized intimoof nocil They are called militia men This is not a good name for them Tho militia of Iowa includes every male citizen between the ages of 18 and 45 years They are just as much liable to military duty as any guardsman The distinction lies in the fact that the guardsmen are trained and would furnish the necessary officers for tho militia in time of need REGIMENTAL PROMOTIONS The Third ig getting on the dignity of the regular army to the extent that every promotion is tendered in the order of seniority of service Loper of Des Moincs will bo advanced to the Lieut Colonelcy Maj W H Evans of Keel Oak has boon pro moted to tho brigade inspectorship of small arms practice and senior Cap tain M H Byers of Giemvood will suc ceed him The next ranking captains Miller of Bedford and Moore of Villisca have been tendered promotions to tho brigade quartetmastership and regimental inspectorship of small arms practice respectively Capt W J Uuggan of Creaton will bo advanced to the majorship or regimental quar termnstership If the latter Capt Worthington of DCS Moines will bo in line of promotion to the majorship THE lIELD MANEUVERS commonly called sham battles wore more extensive and varied thiin at any previous camp licgular army officers acted as umpires and as only blank cartridges wero used they still live to umpire other engagements Tho gen oral outlines of tho maneuvers wore planned by Gon Lincoln wintor fichool of ollicers contributed much to ward the success of None of Comings company wore seriously ill nor wore any of them the subjects of discipline Tho boys bad a gopd tiniq and conducted themselves OUR WASHINGTON LETTER From Our Regular Correspondent WASHINGTON Aug 9 1896 Repub licans who aro thoroughly posted on the situation regard the election of a republican governor in Maryland as a certainty this year Senator Gorman overreached himself as the smartest of Eolitical bosses are apt to do sooner or itor He now has not only the Cleve land democrats against the ticket he nominated hut a number of his old time lieutenants have revolted because of his having at the re cent state convention Gorman has made a deal with Dan Lamont where by that oilytongued gentleman under takes to get the Cleveland democrats into line for the Gorman ticket but those who ought to know say that he cannot live up to his contract As a sample of the confidence Maryland re publicans feel this language used by MrA P McKissick is jjivou The re publicans arc going to carry Maryland this year as sure as fate Mr Gorman has alienated thousands of democratic voters by his cooperations with Raisin to force the nomination of Hurst for governor Hayes was promised the nomination and was clazed at the eleventh hour to lind out that the promise was not to be kept i know of hundreds oE democrats who will bolt the ticket and all the line work of Arthur P Gorman will not get them into line Hundreds more will indi rectly aid the republicans by refrain ing from voting and tho eousequeace will be a big republican victory if they do not win by at least 15000 ma jority the best political judges will bo mistaken A significant politiual move is the action of certain prominent Cleveland democrats in feeling the democratic pulse by setting a boom for Senator Vilas of VViscousin to going Although Mr Vilas is neither the first nor second choice of Mr Cleveland hois a faithful cuckoo and would be far preferable to exSecretary Whitney who has a mind and will of his own The politicians come to Washington do not con sider that Vilas would have any show for the nomination oven if backed by the administration He might in cer tain coutingencos get the support of Mr Cleveland and a portion of his cabinet but there are at least two members of the cabinet who would op pose with all the strength at their com mand the nomination of Vilas Repub licans would not object to his nomina tion he wouldbe so easv to beat The Department of State did a very unfeeling thing when it refused to re ceive public contributions for the as sistance of the wifeaiul children of ex U S Consul Waller who is in person in Franco on what ia believedto be a trumped up charge This woman and her children are in Madagascar in want The officials of the of State informed the coujM 4yvtnere citr they wero starving foreign laud The counsel then appealed through the newspapers for public contributions asking that they be sent to tho Department of State so that they could be transmitted at once to the U S Consul in Madagascar The officials refused to either receive or transmit contributions on the llimsy ground that there was no law author izing thorn to do so There may be no manmade law to coyer a case of this sort but there is a higher of would hare furnish ed authority which neither the Ameri can people nor their representatives in Congress would ever have questioned had these democratic officials used it Tho arguments for the payment of the money appropriated by the last Congress for deferred sugar bounties were made this week before His Majes ty Comptroller Bowler according to programme exSenator Mandersou loading off for tho Nebraska beet sugar people and the counsel for the Louisi ana sugar men following His Majesty has not made his decision or rallieihe has not announced it I understand that he will not attempt to decide the queston but will merely decline to ap prove the payment of the jnoney until the courts have passed upon tho con stitutionality of the sugar bounty That will accomplish the end aimed at by the the money in the Treasury for a long time AROUND THE SLOPE A 30000 bushel elevator is being built at Aurtubon Six bootleggers were arrested in At lantic in one week recently A Indian has been preaching at Glonwood A friend in Kansas this week sent an Atlantic man a watermelon weighing 55 pounds C M Talk near Essex has 130 acres of corn that he says will yield him 10 000 bushels A dog got shut up in the court room nt Cliuinda a few days ago and when found STUB nearly starved to death Clarke county will market 8100000 worth of timothy seed this year so the Osceola Democrat estimates Robert Wadsworth had 14 steers kill ed by lightning in a pasture Crria wold a few dayt ago The loss was Tho Glentrood canning factory com menced operations week They expect to put up 270000 cans of corn this season Do You Catch the A chewing tobacco made to please a universal taste must be prepared from the highest grade leaf with a skill that can only be acquired by the longest ex perience It must possess a delicious flavor and a lasting substance and must neither be too light nor too heavy too sweet nor too flat In every element dear to the tobacco chewer is so skill fully concentrated and blended as to make the most delicious chewing tobacco ever put on the market Try it and youre sure to catch the idea s Lorillards lot and that town expects to be lighted by electricity within GO days It is likely a new grain elevator will be built at Essex Its capacity will be 40 cars a day and will be run by a 14 horse power gasoline engine C H Gould a Cass county farmer exhibited stalks of oats in Atlantic last week that were five feet in length and had ears 18 inches long filled to the top with full plump grains W F Laraway the Glenwood jewel er has estimated that if all the patches he has sold in has been i nbusiness e rpiie A three year old child of Mrs Single ton last Tuesday pulled a VoLoltert staich from a table spilhne Alice Rhodo a Fremonfc county woman farmer living near Tabor had her oats threshed last week and the rueasurinent showed that shn got 1214 bushels from 13 acres of a little more than 101 bushels to the acre This beats the record as far as heard from Geo Thnm a farmer living 10 miles south of Atlantic staid at home one day last week while the family except his 9yearold daughter went to town shopping During the clay ho felt badly and laid down on the sofa to rest Soon afterwards the child went to him but could not wake him up When the family reached home he was dead BEAT MR TANNER M M Alloway residing a few miles south of Ellsberry Mo tells a remark able story which is vouched for by his neighbors anil the hands working on his farm May 23 one of Alloways straw stacks became topheavy from the cftects of gnawing by the stock of the barnyard and being started by a mule running against it suddenly fell to the ground and covered up an eighty pound shoat Alloway gave the hog up as lost as he supposed tho im mense mass of straw had crushed it to death July 22 he ordered his farm hands to remove tho old straw to another part of his farm The work could not be completed in one day and July 23 just sixtyone days from the time the stack fell down this men dug out the shoat which was stiff alive and grunting Its frame was extremely emaciated the bonos almost cutting through the skin Its weight appeared to bo reduced at least twothirds Milk was olTored and it drank more than a gallow and then ate some solid food Four days after tho hog was rescued it had begun lo fatten up and now runs about as thouglrnothinghad happened Louis Globe Democrat TO YOUNG A cur of watermelons shipped to At lantic last week were condemned by the health because they wero on the vorge of rotting WIVES WE OFFER A REMEDY WHICH INSURES SAFETY TO LIFE OF MOTHER AHD CHILD Mothers Friend ROBS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN HORROR AND RISK My used only two bottles She was easily and quickly relieved is now J S MORTON Tfaxiow N C Sent by express or mall on receipt of price pet bottle Book TO MOTHERS mailed froo The contract for putting up the olcci BBAIF1EM BKQtiLATOU CO ATLANTA Oi trio power house at Hamburg has been aou vz AZJC BBUOGIOXB MidSummer Nights Dreams will be pleasant if you use the SelfGererating Gasoline Stove Sold only by ARRIS 1 He also keeps a full supplyof Screen x Screen tho Evclusive Hardware Dealer who sells them so cheap you cant af ford to roast yourself over a cook and Binding Twine Very Cheap Call and make your purchases here and save money A full lino of Build ers Hardware and everything to be found in a firstclass Hard ware Store A O Harris Wonderful Wonderful Oorn Built and improved for the past four years Success fully operated in all kinds of corn last year PLOWS BRADELY KocJc Island Enterprise StarfWINDMIIjIs Wagons f Buggies Call on us More you buy Shafer Mack O TAI8LK Thfi talna cur Corning dnllv jcra and No 4 Passenger dally in p m No 3 dally p m No 03 dully ex Sunday p to SUING W28T No B No i m No 11 No 73 Freight m No 9 freltflit except Sunday u m Tickets sold nnd checked lbrongh lo ail principal points Kxccss bagjjuno and 1000 tod 3000 mile tickets on sale All frolslHmustbe removed on arrival F A GlUCias Aiiuiit P K Potter M D 11 w Sulby M D I POTTER SELBY Physicians and Surgeons FPotter residence first liouso south of Mpnvls K W Sclby residence 2J6 hlka furclf8 of scnmre opposite TiaptlBt Surry ovor Sco tho handsomest brought to Corning at 318t SHAFEU MACK   

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