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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - August 22, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             E NUMBER 1398 MEYERHOFF llfjgfAttorney At Law nn1 a11 legal fcuaiiieaa promptly TBterided to if oveiNational Bank of Corning CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAYi AUG 22 1895 XXIII NO 34 BROWN IfeBII AttorneysatLaw ap Saprema and United i Fint flank I Bpetfil attention given to Oflct door north of post office f COENING IOWA J40 KINDRED ATTORNEYATL A w I CORNING IOWA I Bpwstal attention given to Ofloe f r over Manus Block THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair Ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa Doalan In ILTiibc Lath Sklnglo Doors Sub g Cement Etc Etc KitinMet r furnisbca Yards comer Iowa CORNING IOWA of Philadelphia Dental Col ALIi WORK GUARANTEED M D SURGEON jaoor south Davis Weus 3 iifteiiMtea ust cast of Academy Ht F H SCRANTON DENTIST r extracting teeth without painir Crown and bridge Jwork Seasonable work No charge for nation Physician Surgeon eefover Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA promptly all calls day or city or country Residence leprnerlOst and Lomis ave HOTEL EWINO ii OPPOSITE DEPOT IOWA wj RX Ewiirti Manager GHJ BRYANT M D JPhysician Sf Stirgeon i MannsBIock Cornltif Iowa JRestdoooe 7th Street lat door north of O T Cole f I EtARDESTV A STAPLM STAPLES Contractors and Corning Iowa Hfikb a sp clalty of Stone Drlck Plaaterlntr and Cement WOVK CORNING REAL ESTATE CO Transacts a general Real Estate busi ness buys and soils 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 OCico 1st door south of Andrews Clothing House MANAGER Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank CAPITAL 8URPIDS ifiOCOOOC 11000000 Transacts n General Banking BuiIneM W S HEPIINQ President OFFICERS L VioePretldent a T Corjj Ciuhler Headquarters for Farm Loam AB00KB THE SLOPE Shippersat Malvern are buying pies at 00 cents a barrel An Audiibon county farmer got bushels of barley per acre The parks at Shenandoah have bden provided with benches The enrollment in the Page county normal at Clarinda was There is a 650acre corn field a shon distance west of Shenandoau Lee Hogges aged Id was accidently shot by his brother and instantly killec last Sunday S P Ward a Clarinda truck farmer has a tomato that weighs 23 ounces anc a cabbage weighing15 pounds Lev R Johnson of Braddyville been a justice of the peace for 40 years and during that time has married ovei 1400 couples The democrat claims that Atlantic has been blacklisted byall the circus companies in the country and that il was the first town put on the list when the managers met Hans Krambeck of Brighton town ship Cass county is probably the big gest man in Iowa He weighs 407 pounds lie measures more in girth than in height being 68 inches in girth and 861 inches iu height Tfro thousand barrels of apples were shipped from Glenwood during the month of July It is estimated that 4000 barrels will be shipped during August 20000 barrels in September ant 25000 barrels in October A Mt Ayr liveryman thinks will about alleviate the injuries done hit character liy a slanderous partner and October of Court will have lis petition for that amount to passip There is an awful onery creature down at Tabor who one night last week bee hive carried it to a lot near byand smoked out the bees and removed the honey People down here will be missing their red hot leaters next Indian creek that runs through Coun cil Bluffs and which hsa cost city over 1100000 for bridges in the last 15 years is so as to empty nto a lake north of the city To do this a tunnel will be dug through the Bluffs The cost of diverting the stream is es timated at 190000 James Bobwrts a Union connty farmer thrwhed 13 of timothy andgbt 60 bushels and 40 pounds He hauled it to Afton at one load and told t for per bushel the load brlng ng II 1264 It was biggest load of seed ever hauled to Aftoa and brought the most money says the Enterprise The widow of Jenks of OSCM er supposed must hare walked out in her sleep and was struck by a train She came to Clarke county in an early day The three prisoners in the Mills Bounty jail at Glenwood all infbr urglary made their escape last Satur day evening while Sheriff Campbell ind his wife were out riding With a x4inch pine table leg they pried out a couple of bars jfrom the steel cage nd got into the corridor the outer loor of which was openThey took he sheriffs gold watch and his revol ver with them Brooks Reed a wellborer was auffo ated by gas in a well 85 feet deep Pruro last week He was overcome while being let down at a depth of tarely 50 feet A workman who started own to get him out came near being tvercome also and had to return The was not recovered for eight hours is the only way to expel the gas was to et down gas pipe and blow it out with a blacksmiths bellows Iowa WeatherCrop Bulletin CENTRAL STATION DES MOINES IOWA Aug 20 1895 The temperature of the past week was above the seasonable average and t was generally dry Therainfall was n form of light local showers covering small area of the state Reports from the cornfields are unus ally variable being largely colored by ocal conditions as to the rainfall and ondition of the soil Late planted orn on naturally dry land has suffer d material damage from effects of iouth Early planted corn especially u bottom lands is maturing in good hape and ranch of it will be ripe enough o cut within a week With timely rains to develop the lato lanting this state will probably pro ucc a fair average crop of corn If he weather remains dry and hot push ngthejrop too rapidly to maturity lie quantity and quality will bo re iiicod considerably below the normal field But without another drop of ain for a month the aggregate of corn will most likely be mora than double be output of last year Pastures and late potatoes need more ain Threshing returns indicate notably ieavy yield of timothy seed Oats yield ar beyond any former record and all mall gnuns are exceptionally good DIED ON THE TKAIN Ohio Farmer Passed Away While Enroute Home From Colorado When No 2 arrived at the Corning lepot Sunday night a corpse occupied one of the births in a sleeper a passen ger having died between VilHsca and jorning The deceased was Chaa M M if ton a farmer whose home was near iVren Van Wert county Ohio Mr Clifton was a consumptive and had wen In Colorado in hopes of benefiting bis health JTollowlng From the Oregon Ad vertiser of Their Bob Perigo Kay Yet See Inside of Ft Xadiaon nOaSETHIEVKS CAPTDKED AT PUESCOTT Same time last January it will be remembered that while W C Ellis team was hicthed to a postion Adams street a manwas seen to walkover to the team unhicth them get in the farm wagon and drive away No effortwas made to stophim as it was supposed he was the owner of the teamTne man drovewest down Adams street and ihat waa the last seen of him Officers tracked the fellow to Frescott but at this point all trace of the thief was lost Postal cards giving a description of the team were sent out andefforts made to capture the thief and recover the stolen property but all efforts proved futile and as the weeks went by Mr Ellii gate up all hope of ever recovering his property Sheriff Davenport did not give up so easilyy and he continued to prosecute hissearch and has at reward ed and today has the thieves or at least one of them m the county jail Some time ago there was incarcerated in the county jail two women known as May Page and Lottie Jones Mr Lavenport was of the belief that these Women know something about the horse stealing case as the Jones girl dropped a few words that created some suspicion in bis mind After her re lease the Joaes girl wentto St Joe and was kept track of by Creston offi cers During her stay at St Joe she became an inmate of the Work house thej Creston and St Joe officers com muuicnted together regardingthe woman and some information of an important character was at last elicited front She gave the names of the men implicated in stealing the team and her information led to their arrest Sheriff Davenport has been waiting tor the accused party to show up at Prescott and yesterday at noon receiv pd word from a man at Frescott whoiii no had on the lookout for him thjfthe menhe wanted were there Scofield went down on No 8 and came back on No 4 but they had with them the Ellis horse thieves Sheriff Davenport brought back with him Bob and William Perrigo and Wm Hann The Perrigos were placed in the county jail and Hann iu the city It waa decided to make an at tempt to get Hann to make a confes sion and he was put in the sweat box At Srst be would not rive the officers turn enedand affair told all be knew about the He said that Bob Perigo was the man who drove the team out of the city und that Albert Luke Alias Bert Arnold fotmac the edge of town and rode away with him The men put up at an old shanty near Prescott where Hann and the two women mentioned above were stopping The entire party got nto the wagon and drove to Clarihda Jn the way the Ellis Uam was traded or three otherhorses and some boot money At Clarinda the party separat ed and Hann did not return to Frescott until recently He claims to have no part in the affair except to ride o Clarinda During his conver sation Hann said that William Perrigo ook no part in the robbery and he was released The man Luke has not been captured He is gaid to have relatives at Atlantic but no permanent abiding place himself Mr Ellis team was traded to a armer near Elliott for three other torses and some boot money and dr Davenport went to Elliott this af ernopri to see if he couldfind the team The only man in the city who saw errigo drive away Ellis team was a 14r Fletcher a colored man who works at Willisons livery stable and yester day afternoon Sheriff Davenport took lirii to the jail and Mr Fletcher said MUCI1 THE BEST When buying CLIMAX PLUG always took for the little round red Tin Tag Its the sign by which you can protect yourself against inferior brands It is an assurance of quality purity and It rep resents the word and honor of the oldest tobacco manufacturers in Amer ica and the largest in the vywld When you want adelicious chew a lasting chew a satisfying chew be sure and get LORILLARDS they had the right party The arrests of these men reflects sat credit on Sheriff Davenport and it was his persistent that caused the arrest of the men rj two reports regarding who drove the team out of Creston It beinsr ascertained that Luke was the party while others claim it was Perrigo miPerrigo was arraigned in Justice Maxwells court this morning and his trial set for next Thursday morning Ox the bloomer girl the bloomer girl Bies a girl peer fcTOfh o er th e earth you wander Her rgatbh youll not find here Yet the bloomer girlthe bloomer girl If tfcerei not frill or tuck THEY SELL CHEM jf Greater Than Ever Bigger Attrac tions and More Three weeks from Monday the biggest fairin southwest Iowa will be inaugu rated The UNION is informed that en tries will be greater than ever be fore in all classes The show and cattle exhibit will be unsurpassed and already the association is arrang ing to build more stalls and pens The attractions will be more numerous and and unique The Corning State Savings Bank Has money to lend on improved farms at 6 per cent annual interest with optional payments 14tf F a Potter M D B W Seiby M D POTTER SELBY Physicians and F E Potter residence flrst house south of M Davia KW Selby residence VA blka Festof south glde of square opposite Baptist wurou Wonderful Wonderful Ooir Droved for the past four years Success rally operated IE all kinds of corn last year PLOWS BBADELY I Book Island WINDMILLS Sechler Koline Enterprise Star Buggies Call on us before you Shafer Mack Me Neyer Been Equaled THE MAKERS HAVE WRITTEN US WE SOLD MORE ROUND OAKS LAST YEAR T H A N ANY RETAILER IN THE UNITED STATES Favorite and Gem Cook Stoves Stand the same test In four years sales have never had a call for repairs for a Favorite or Gem stove while we constant ly sell repairs for other makes The Fav orite and Gem stand the test of time Sec them at HARRIS P S Builders hardware of all Kind constantly in stock BON MEAT MARKET Two doors sontli of A keny Oarmichaels Largest urn liist m in the city Mil s a specalty of the finoat fresh nnl ennil u Try us for a tcidc juicy steak or anything iu our Hue delivered in the ciiy Leave your orders Ice   

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