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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - September 5, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             vVHOLE NUMBER 1310 CORNING ADAMS GQUNTY IOWA THURSDAY 5 1895 VOL XXIII NO 36 H MEYEKHOFF Attorney At Law Collections and nil legal business promptly attended to Oilice over National Bank ot Coming BROWN AttorneysatLaw Practice in Stuto Hiiprcme and United State Courts First Natl Bank IOWA vrr o MITCHELL AttorneyAtLaw Special attention given to collections Office Second door north of post ofnce COHNINQ IOWA G KINDRED ATTORNE YATLA W COBSTING IOWA Special attention given to oolleetiona Office over Maims Blocfc THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa r ALTER HE WCOMB CO Dealers In Lumber Lath Shingle a Doors Sash Blinds Lime Paints Cement Etc Etc Estimates gladly furnished Yards corner BentonAre and Sixth street Corning HC BARNHAKT CORNING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col lege ALL WORK GUARANTEED TTT D SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis Wells office Residence just cast of Academy p Me wmetho di for a rtr acting t e eth withput pain Crown and bridge a specialty Reasonable prices firstclass work No charge for J examination BGLOVES Physician Surgeon over Andrews Clothing Store CORNIHG IOWA W ill attend promptly all calls day or night in city or country Residence corner lOst andLoims ave HOTEL EWING OPPOSITE DEPOT PRESTON B S EWINS IOWA HBHYAKT MD JPliysician yj Office JlannsDlock Cornlnjf Iowa lUpidenoe 7tH Street 1st door north of C T PjfiT ITAUDESTY A STAPLES jfi HARBESTY STAPLES bnt ractor a and Buildera Coming Iowa JHflke a specialty of Stone Brick Plastering Cement wore CORNING REAL ESTATE CO Transacts a general Real Estate busi uess buys and soils Choice farms and town property for sale trade or rent If you have anything to soil list it with Call when you want to buy CQicc 1st1 door south of Andrews Qjothing House MANAGER Fays Trtrcerest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Savings Bank CAPITAL SUUPLUS Transacts a Qanoral Iliinklnu Business OFF1CE11S W S HKFIINO Prwldont WEMS VicePrcaldont COLE Cashier f W S HK HA Ws CllAH T Headquarters for Farm The Only Venomous Bird known1 Among all thethousands of feathered creatures classified by the trained or nithologists but one the Rpir NDoob of death is known to be venomous This queer and deadly species of the winged arid feathered tribe is a native of the Island of Papua or New Guinea The bird is described as being about the size of a common tamo pigeon of gray plumage and a tail of extraordinary length ending in a tip ofbrilliant scarlet red It is a marsh bird and is found to inhabit only the immense stagnant pools adjoining the lakes of the interior of island The rpir has a hooked beak as sharp as a cocks spur hollow The venom with which lie inoeulatesis dis tilled in a set of organs which nature has provided for that puvposs and which He in the upper mandible jnst below tlfe openings of the nostrils Un der thisrpoisou secreting laboratory in the of the mouth is a small knob When the bird sets its beakIn tho flesh of a victim this knob receives a pressure which liberates the venoni and inoculates tlie wound No manj ufttiye or otherwise was over known torecover from a bite inflicted by a rpir ndoobThe suffering in such Csjses to be mnqh more agonizing tlianjLn cases of rattlesnake and Gila monster bites Get Into JJTncle Sams Net The Noiipaicil this morning contained thefollowiug which is of local interest in a slough doep despond are two young damsels of Corning They are Am mo ns and Mary Finley who have been gathered in by Uncle Sams servants on the charge of violating Section No 338 of the United States postal laws relating to the write ing and sendingof obscene literature through the mails Minnie brunettei and by no nieans uncomely was brought in last Wednesday and Maryi with a wealth of golden locks clear complexion and fair to lookupon ar rived in thercityyesterday niorning jin chargeof Deputy United StatesMarshal Hillweg The girlswere arraigned be fore United States Commissioner Steadman on the charge of writing and sending obscene letters throughthe mails and both admitted their guilt Minnie amid sobs and tears of appar ent repentance and Mary to all out ward appearances unmoved Comj missioner Steadman bound them over to await the action of the federal grand jurywhich will be ia session in this city latter part of this month Bonds WQrefiunishetl and the girls were perj mitted to their homes Minnie Aminains and Mary Finley some time and as domestics in a J along without serious difficulty It was only when a third party a Miss Ross stepped between them and the object of their mutual affection that the real trouble began Miss Ross who is a resident of Creston and said to be much more comely than her two rivals was not long in winning the young man en tireiy away from his former associates1 This made the other girls extrernelyj jealous They tried every way to win the young fellow back but all their ef forts camo to naught and they then started in to circumvent their success rul rival by means of writing and send ing her a series of letters of the vilest character imaginable Miss Boss after receiving the hrat letter warned them o desist under penalty of prosecution but either throughjgnorance of tho law or utter disregard tor it theywrote her epistle couched in language more vile if possible than the first 5n the advice of friends Miss Ross no liied Post Office Inspector Mercer and turned the letters orer to him and as a result informations were liledThe young women were arrested and will now have to suffer for their folly Brother Lisle Wants a College The following from the Clarinda Herald is in the right line Wo heard n prominent business man mnko a statement yesterday that sot ns to thinking Ha said there arc 25or 26 yon from larlnda who tiro ffolnjr to attend college this year which nieans an expenditure of JSiMO or uidro dollars This money might be spent at loraolf there were a arood college hero but there Is not and it is taking our yomig people away to spend money In other towns Hint have enterprise enough to maintain a good collesro Instead ot coiiiiner to Clarinda families wilt noyo away from Clarinda to educate their children There a a good point in tho mer chants remark and one that will boar thought It not keep all at homo how over as we speak from experience Corning has an excellent Academy and has had for years Fully half of its patronage is from other localities while fully as many from Corning and vicinity go elsewhere to school There is no bettor school in southwest Iowa than the Corning Academy yet a num ber of Corning parents take their child ren away from home to school them at twice the cost So long as the fad ex ists that you can get something away from home that is better than at home so long will other localities prosper at our expense Corning Academy would have just as large an enrollment with out a simple accession from without if all our college going students would stay at home of Will STATE OP IOWA1 ss District Court in Adams CountyJ cation To all whom It may concern Notice Is hereby given that an Instrument In writing purporting to bo tho last will and testament of Almon Dnnnlnff deceased was tills day produced opoucdnnd rend by tho un dcralKncd and that I Ilxcd thn Z2nd day of Octolierliiivias tho day for hearing proof In relation thereto Witness my official signature with tho acal of said court affixed this 30th day of August 1895 W S LYONS Clerk District Court The Secret of One day In when little Johnny Flails And half n dozenother boys were starting with their pails To gather Jjerriee Johnnys in talking with him said That he could tell him how to pick BO hed cbmo out ahead First flnd yowr bush Johnnys pa Httd then slick to it till Youve picked it clean Let ing all about who will In searchlof better bushes but its picking To look at flfty bushes doesnt count like picking one And Johiiiiy did as he was told and sure enough of hund By eliciting to his while all the others chased around In search of better picking twas as his father said for while all the others looked he worked and so came out ahead And Johnny recollected thia when he be came man And first of all he laid him out a wellde termined plan So while the brilliant trltters failed with all thelrjjrains and push Wise steadygoing Johnnjwon by stick Ing to his bush Waterman in September St Nich olas ANEW STATE Chicago Inter Ocean A new star bus been added to the American flag to represent a new state that will not DC formally admitted to the Uaion until next year This new State isTJtah land of the Latter Day Saints the subject of iuueh bitter controversy in f the pnst The people of Utah have held their con yenbion prepared a constitution in har mony with the enabling act passed Bjr Congress and they will formally adopt thisconstitution in November Then it will require only the proclamation of the president to make Utah a State The actof placing the new star on the flag is in Itself an official recognition of the constitution already prepared That instrument meets all the redtiir of the Federal authority and the Mor mon Territory will a state without any fear of the defiance to the Federal law TheMorinona had a majority of the delegates constitutional con vention ahdfchey unanimously voted of a provision against polyg amy and another granting equal suf ferage to women What the East has fought as the twin relic has already only a tradition ofthe past and Utah is now a great Tomtoiy on the threshold of Statehood where the people of many creeds and divided political opinions are discussing the same material interests as of every theUnion i is now1 nearlyvhalfa century sinee Brighain Young led his colony of Lat terPay Saiats across the plains and vrer the mpuutains into the basin 01 Great Salt take It was territory but the Mormons helped to transferit to tlie United States For years they contended againstFederal interference with which they regarded as a part oftheir religion But a few years ago they abolished po ligamy divided their church party in polities along the politicallines every where else the Miormons booarrie Republicans and Democrats at the polls There is no prospect of their ever going back to a church party They are discussing protection and free trade gold andsilver standards just as all other people are and toting with the party that represents their in dividual views on these questions The new state will come iuto the Union as a Republican State with a Republican Legislature a Republican Governor and two Republican United States Senators It is a Republican State because the majority of the peo ple believe inprotection to home in dustries Joseph Smith the first head of the Mormon Church preached pro tection and Brigham Young practiced it in building up his colony in the des ert They have thoir home industries in Utah1 mills their woolen mills thoir factories of every kind and they believe in them Because the great majority of Mormans beheve4n home industry and protection to them they elected the Republican ticket last fall and willagain elect the Republican ticket tlis fall and enter the Union as a republican State Democratic Senatorial Convention The democrats of tho Cth senatorial district of Iowa will meet in delegate convention at Lenox Iowa on Tues day September 17th at 1 p m for the purpose of selecting a candidate for senator and such other business as may be deemed necessary Basis of Representation Taylor county 8 delegates Adams county 7 delegates CHAS THOMAS ANDREW J SALTS Senatorial Committee STRUCK A BED OP SOLID IVORY Burlington Well Diggers Meet With An Ancient Lake 15O Feet Down Burlington Aug While boring for water north of town J F Jennings who was running the drill found it had struck a layer of sand and wot earth iu which thickly mixed seawoad und small shells at the depth of 150 feet After passing through this the drill struck a mass of bones that were so hard the sixinch casing was broken and tho drill destroyed Samples of the bone brought to the surfaceshows it to lie pure ivory It is thought to be tho bed of an ancient lake and that the bones of some monster of a remote period have been discovered A careful investigation will be made TWO SOTJLS MADE ONE The following from the Btdford Times Republican tells tale HC Eissle ot Corning and Hiss Amelia M Marks of Lenox were niatriod at 11 oclock a m Justice J R McCoun officiating They drove in from Lenox yesterday and re turned today There waa a little difficulty in procuring the marriage license but every thing finally ended nicely We understand that there was much opposition against this union oi the partof the brides parents bnt as the youae couple drove tack to Lenox it is supposed and certainly hoped tliat the atrong opposition and wrnth will melt away as the gjornine dew before a summer auu when tho two smiling and happy nppear before Mra Marks for her blesstnf We congratulate the happy and determined couple and hope that all will bo well with them Damon vs Pythias The umbilical cord is severed Bro and Groveiwill no more Siamese travel the same road but will each go whether they ptease Here is his last tribute to the distinguished statesman of belly brass ancLbuncombe The Advertiser though democratic tq the core will agree with its republi can contemporary the Gazette iu the following When a president has worked as faithfully as Cleveland has to maBe the country regret that ho has ever been in office the chances of his occupying the white housofor the third term are not very alarming J MCadwallader the well known Greston Oculist and Aurist will be at Bacon hcftise Corning Iowa onTues day of each week for a short time De voting himself to diseases of the Eye JSar Nose Throat and Scientific Glass fitting This inay be your opportunity Gotae at once Consultion free Kef Beman Mrs John Bal iarityne ErnestHumbert Mr A Bal lantyne Mrs M J Heddinger Drs Bryant Rawson Potter and Hillweg v352t THEY Db THEY SELL CHEM SCANDAL Communicated I peace and quiet of our little vilF lagovpas shaken from circum ference the latter part of last week by thereport that JTL Cochran had left town very suddenlyto parts unknown The cause of his departure as we un derstand it was that a committee was towait upon him an in vitation to anecktie party ia which Judge Lynch was to be the master of ceremoniesIt seems that Mr Coch ran had been guilty of the awful crime of administering drugs to two or three of Cromwells youngladies for the puiS PQS8 of commuting rape The first of these became aroused from her stupor that1 brute should so mar the peace ofthese homes and bring such a cloud of sor row to the parents is to be greatly re gretted JJV punishment would seem too severe and we only hope that he may be brought to speedy justice He leaves a wife here but fortunately has no children Deafness Cannot be Cured by local as they cannot reach tbo diseased portion or the enr There ia only one to cure deafness and thai Is by con stitutional remedies Deafness IB caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of he Eustachlan tube When thia tube is In iamed you have a rumbling sound or Imper fect bearing and when it Is entirely closed deafness la the result and unless the toorma lon can be taken out and this tube restored to ItsnormalcondltionheartnE will be des troyed forever nine cases out of ten are caus ed by catarrh which Is nothing but an In flamed condition of the mucous surfnces Wo will give one hundred dollars tor any case of deafness caused by catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free FJ CHENEY Co Toledo 0 BWSold by Druggists 75c CRESTON TRIPLETS Advertiser Creston carries off the honors for the births of triplets and it is doubtful if any other city in the country can corn pave with us in this respect Tho blue grass region of Iowa is adapted to al most anything and its healthful atmos phere and nutritive conditions aro re markable Saturday evening there ar rived at the homo of Mr and Mrs Geo Sash who reside in the northwest part of the city boys and a girl The triumvirate is a health v one Indications are that the late arrivals will survive as they aro briglit and seem to enjoy good health The boys weigh 5 and the other tii pounds while the little sister bal ances the scales at 5 pounds In c nversation with a prominent physician this morning he informed the reporter that this wus the fifth case of triplets that had been born in Creston and immediate vicinity in the past half dozen years and ho thought it was a record unaqualed by any other city in the country and sufficient cause to in sure a challenge to the world The little ones just arrived in time to ct in Will Swans directory Original Notice In tho District Court Adams County Iowa October terra A D 1855 C E Stream Plaint IT vs Gertie Stream I DefondatiJ To SAID DEPENDENT You aro hereby notified that on or before the tenth day ot October A D 1895 there will be on fllo in the office of tho clerk of the dis trict court of Adams county Iowa tho peti tion of the plaintiff aforesaid clalmingol you ll divorce from the bonds of matrimony on tho ground of desertion and asking that all your rJ flits lu and to nny property of plain tiff be cut off snd for such other and further relief as may ho equitable jn the promises ami for coat You aro also notified that unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of tho second day of tho October term of said district court of Adams county to he begun and held at CornlnK on the 31st day of Oetobei A D 1885 a default will bo entered against you and judgment rendered thereon D II MKYBHIIOVF Attorney for Plaintiff Haw Never Been THE MAKERS HAVE WRITTEN us WE SOLD MORE ROUND OAKS LAST YEAR THAN ANY RETAILER t ftTHE UNITED STATES Favorite and Gem Cook Stoves Stand the same test In four years sales we have never Jiad a call for repairs for a Favorite or Gem stove while we constant ly sell rep airs for other mates The Fav orite and Gem stand the test of time See them at P S Bunders Hardware of all Kincfconslanlly in stock BON TON Two doors south of Ankcny OarmichnelB Largest and finest market in the city Makes a of the finest fresh and cured meats lry us for a tender juicy steak or anything in our line Ice delivered in the cicy Leuve your orders MEST MARKET Wonderful Wonderful Oozri Blndexs Built and improved for the past four years Success fully operated in all kinds of corn last year What we Say we Do WE DO DO BRADELY Bock Island Enterprise StarfWINDMIMjg Wagons gffij Buggies Gall on us before you Shafer Mack 1 JSSED IBIS AND AFTEH US1NQ For sale by WILL A DAVIS   

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