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   Adams County Union (Newspaper) - October 3, 1895, Corning, Iowa                             NUMBER 1SH CORNING ADAMS COUNTY LOW A THURSDAY OCT3l895i XXIII NO 40 II MEYERHOFK Attorney At Law Collections ftml business promptly attended 10 Office oven K tit tonal Bfmk of Coining ALE BHOWH AtiarneysatLaw Practice in State Siprctna and Unked States Courts Eirai Nixli BsuU 2OBNINCJ IOWA H BRYANT 31 D DEMOCRATIC ENTHUSIASM Office Manns Block Corniug Iowa 3Kj 7th Street 1st donrTlorth of C T Colo YX7 O MITCHELL Speci i iittcmion given to collections Iooi noriK ofiKtii oiQco v S9 IOWA Office TjV GKINDHED AT TO RN E Y A A W COKKISO IOWA BpcclRlattoutioi given to collections Office over MRUUS Block THOIMPK01 SJiN Harness StuWle Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair ing neatly cheaply All work war ranted CorainK Iowa How They Seel About Their Party TEIE DEMOCRATIC CUBSTOiJ ADVERTISEK P1UNTS THE POLL OWING Last weeks Crbstori Advertiser Tells the Truth as Grover advises in the following scorching paragraphs POINTS FOll DEMOCRATS Hcres a few points regarding Cleve land Carlisle and their gang of party demoralizers which the democratic Evening Journal of Burlington rims on its editorial page and says keep it before the 1 That Grower Cleveland in his first letter of acceptance that no man should be eligible to hold the of fice of president for but one term 2 That he has how abandoned this doctrineandby the very means whiSh he thencondemned is seeking a nomi nation for a third term That he has not only abandoned thefaithbethen heldonthis subject but he has also abandoned the pledges of the platform on which he was elect ed andwhich in honor be was bound to maintain 4 That he has betrayed the masses of the democratic party and nowbe lieves himself so great a man thatty the powerof his office he can cajole that party into indorsing his perfidy and trailingihedernocratie banner in to the dust 5 That by his tiuaucial in league with the usurers he brought on this country the most disastrous panic of modern times and thereby brought distress1 want poverty hunger and starvation on the very people who honored him with the office which he p B True Democracys Silver jtiecord Just what is the true positiou of the democratic party on tho silver ques tion it would ho exceedingly hard to determine Bro Brewster of the Ores ton Advertiser and Senator Bolter both1 agice that the true sentiaierits of the arty were not expressed by Gold ugs and Cuckoos who managed their late convention Bolter has coroe out emphatically as a bolter and says it is better for the party that it should get beaten by 75000 to 100000 as they are sure to bo so as to let them knosv just popular they are lu this we heartily agree but it is doubtful if our friends the kickers crin make a very1 good case The fiict is their record is emphatically against anything favorable to silver free or otherwise We cbinnifind for prayerful tion the fol lowing from letter address ed Secy JN MLOlanahau Chairman Populist Con Com of Wayne county to the chairman of the Democratic Cen Com of the same county It tells the truth in a graphic way edify ing if not comforting to our democrat ic friend of silver tendencies i HEKB IT is The 49th congress having a deui ocratic majority of 42 on Aprils 1886 killed a bill providing for the free and unlimited coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1 SdWThe 52ci congress having a dem ocratic majority of I4S on the 24th day March 1893 killed a fiee coin age bill at the ratio of 1G to 1 3dfThe same cougress 12th 1892 overwhelmingly defeated another free isoinaga bill Itj to I after it had ALT Bit Lumber Iiith Doors SaHh Lime Painth Oumcnt Etc JistinaRles gladly forusbcd Yardi corner JientonAye aud Sixth street Corning Iowa lege ALL WOHK GUARANTEED CORNING IOWA ot rnlcvdclphia Dental Col so unjustly prostitutedj C That with abundance of money in the treasury to meet every demand up on itiiccording to thewritten terms of the contract he has borrowed money and issued bonds and thereby added si W1 PHYSIO I AN Office 1st door ouih Davla Wells tMTOffloe Residence Just cast of a Oflice over An CO1 i Surgeon rews Olothing Store ING IOWA themselves enormous profits filched from the pockets of honest toil 7 That he and Carlisle sold the bonds of this nation at 20 per cent less than our owu people were offering for thern to a foreign syndicate of sharpers whereby this nation lost over ten mil lions of dollars and yet they have nev er made an explanation or given a reason to the people who have this debt to pay for such an extraordinary pro ceeding 8 And in the face of all this they have the gall to ask the party they have thus betiayed to indorse their course ab wibe and of tuckeiy by changing the whole policy of Mi Clevelands first Jarm and not only ibcitmg andeticourfiSfinfc offtceholdeis to take an active part in house polities but fiy ministers to bnngtliewnole power of the goveiument to bear ininfluencing com entious and political meetings in favor of the administration 10 This administration not only piissed a republican seaate and when it wds wel understood that it republi can although individually opposed to free silver had said he would approve it if passed by the dem ocratic houVe itll The 53d congress called in ex trnrsfession by ilr Clevelandonthe 23tl of August 1393 defeated a bill proyid iug for the free coinage of silver at 16 tolby a twothirds vote This cougress had a democratic iui jority over both republicans and popu lists of S3 ThtTlO populists voted for the oill making the majorityif they had really in favor of free coiu age 03 over ail opposition There were 317 democrats on the floor of the house when this vote taken aad 101 voted for the meas ure and IIU against it It will be seen that if only demo crats had been present aud voting the bill would liavu been defeated by th handsome majority of 15 Reiiieniber also that on the same day Aus 23 1S93 the sirue house voted down i to coin ail W ill j 1 pi rap iy pll calls day or 1 night in c 01 country Residence cornel nd Lfimis live DEPOT IOWA B E KwiNa A STAPLES STAPLES and Builders Iornlns lown Mnltcaspceinlty utSlouc UrioK Plastering and CcaKinc wort Contractor CORNING REAL fTransicts i general Real Estate busi ness bm ind soils Choice farms and town for sale trade or rent If you Uua in tiling to sell list it with ns Cill ipn youwant to buy Othcc door south of Andrews Clothiof Kout abandoned the principles and practices of the party and brought oiTpw and distress upon the people ut it has brought that party into dis race by utterly abandoning the decen icsaud proprieties of honorable politi al methods andby interfering in par proceedings has so managed public atherings bjuwfairand unusualrneans s to miiko ifappear that the party has o principles and thatthey are 3 Ityrty pledges as to Wall street lead 11 Let Grover Cleveland John G 3urKsIe aud all their supporters bo emidiated by the democratic KB relenting war on every effort owaid a third terra Save tlujj party lie everlastingdisgrace of evetisquint at an endorsement ofthis false ad linistration Save tho grand old party rom such a Waterloo as it would not illy meetbut richly deserves under n ellort to reelect Cleveland a man vho could never under any circum tauuos carry a single state save aps New state where gold iigs swarm and in whose interest levolaiul is now running this govern ment v the Wayne county straddle resolution as will be argued to the people at the joint debate at a ratio of 17 to 1 and On ihe same diy by the same anothei theTatib oflfitol the y by the same house anothei proposition was voted down IcT coin silver at tils ratio of 1 to 1 and pa the same day the ssitriS Ijttuse voted clown theprbpositibn to coin silver at a ratio MANAGER ays Interest on Deposits of and rard SYuiio as Any Saving JtJank CAPITAL Transacts i t SMflOOOO Duslness rY3 j IJAS TPIINO PTIS V Cushler Headquarters for Farm Loans OSLaY Physicians and Surgeons p E Potter icillilonoc IifpiiKO south o M DuvisV Wk cstoraoiiilisfrto of Binnrcr op puroh site Uaptla tfy F ETotter M JJ improve1 in tores jwy meats 141 R Selby il chat qf3uUo ive bills providing for the free coin age ofsilver were beaten id a represeh tative body of democrats professing to be friends of silver as strong if not stronger than Uie Inngiiage of resolutionsannexedtp or making an amendment to the same platfbvm r dont1 forget honest democrat in every solitary instance a ma jority of y6ur demoeratic cpngressitian voted against silver and in favor of the single golcl standard on the 1st dayof Novem ber ilSOS tho 53d congress with its A Present Subscrihers The UNION has on its books the dc subscription of many renders Dhcse accounts while aggregating some umdreds dollars are intlividuauy too small to warrant the a col ector to the homes of our subscribers u order to jog the attention of those ho arc thus mostly by oversight in wreavsj we have arranged for a large dition of tho PAIUCERS rABOit SAVINS VCCOUNT HOOKS containing ruled mgos for tho accounta of all articles ought and sold for an inventory of all grains produce and stock an ac count of expense incurred in farming of acres planted grain spweilahd yield and price of same It is calculat ed to last three years In addition to tho tabulated accounts there are a number of pages deVoted to legal forms and to practical hints rules and tablets for farmers and stock growers every day use Tlia UNION has decided to give one of csi tree to every subscriber who pays one year in advance New subscribers will for a time be given tho chance of one of these valuable books without extra cost say that HARVEST EXCUBSIOKS Tickets on sale October 8th and 23 to points in south southwest west and northwest For rates and limits sip ply to H GJCIOGS Agent 1Cyou havo any fall plowing fo rlo got a Bradlny square corner plow from Shacur Mack 103t Climax Hour sack at the Bco IJivo 88 democrat majority over all voted down an amendment offered by Mr Blaudjf Missouri to a then ponding bill which aaVuKimcut provided for tlie free and Unlimited coinage of silver at 1C to 1 ou the 27thof Oct 1893 the U S senate having a democratic majority over all and when the four populist aenators were counted for silver the majority over the re publicans was 11 defeated Senator Stewarts amendmentproviding foi free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 iu February 1895 the 53d congress being in session cratic majorityiu both house and sen ate aud executivetho finance committee of the senate will Dan Vqrhens chairman and i majority of the democrats on the committee killed in the committee room the las proposition made for the free coinage of silver 16 to 1 Tbe above will show tho voter tha iu 9 years tho democratic party iu con gross has had a chance to give the peo pie relief through the free coinage o silver if they had so desired and tha instead of giving such relief or fulfill ing tlie promises of their platrorm and pledges to the people they violatei eveiy promise brokeevery pledge nu killed eleven U free coinagebills aud thus wholly failed ncglsotcd refused to rebuke tho crime of 73 When they Liud the power to restor free silver they refused notwithstand ing lheir promises aud pledges Nowwhen they are entirely power less to do iinvthing to give relief find ing themselves bound hand and foot by tho money powur how profuse they become again iu their promises and when the slate couvouiiou miulo up of cringing sycophants who bend the knee to Iho paid god that thrift may follow fawning and postofliccs fail to the lot of siuh subsorvionl slaves the happy thouglit comos to the bkain of the lucky cuhi who yfurns for nil offleo that I ciii draw tip a resolution down BaaU all othsr Climax Plug is mticli tjtifc aliening tpBaccp made ItsLorillards hey are in earnest this time he is littler a credulous idiot or he is know ngly helping to make another plat fprni to get it on and willfully ceivilig the voter There ought not to be any excuse now hat the people have become fairly ed icated and are understantiing one pi he causes of their misfortune and wil enow who is responsible Mr them Suclipretensions will be clearly under stood when the record I have given is examined and understood TJ N MoCLANAHAK Gin Popuhst Cea Con Wayne onttty Jowa ft fl TMve Ujnojfhas ont one hls democratic party is the saoue one he Popalists of Adams county are in jod with politically SCHOOL We give bfelowa short statistical re tori of the public the first nibiith few comments and edu ctttioiml notes hoping they may prove interesting possibly beneficial to many No boys enrolled 253 girls enrolled in the obscure corner of a Wisyrio coun ty democratic uounty convention that will just oipiiirn tins voters ifim and it can sjtraddi so that Wall Stifcet will chuckle and in gloo and say Aint lie a Vnick If any aauo man says ho believes SELL CHEM Total 52G Average daily attendance 40S tardymarks200 No visits fromparents 4 Notwithstanding the exceedingly hot Nvoatber and the interruption caused by the county fairf we have been much pleased with the first months school Willing and obedient pupils pleasant and interested teachers and an earnest and painstaking board of education are the aids that make a superintendents workeasy and a school successful Such we find in Corning aud by their united effort the school can always be found iu the front rank But we intend to talk the parents in this brief article Your coopera tion is absolutely necessary in order to secure the host results You have the early training of the children and the idea that they must obtain an educa tion to instill withiu them Since this is true we desire to call attention to one or two points iu the repoit Our average daily attendance 458 is too low in compaiison with our enrollment 529 We hope parents will endeavor to have their children iu school as much as possible a pupil cau uo more obtain live days education iu four days than a man working at a dollar a day eau obtain six dollars for live days work Furthermore an irregular at tendance kills a pupils interest and es tablishes irregular habits for life Let us note another point in the re port SOQ tardy marks This number can certainly be reduced by care on the part of parents and pupils Wo hope and expect to be able to report a much lower number next month This month wo have only ronr visits from parents Have wo forgotten how our own faces brightened and oiu hearts gave an extra throb when oui parents visited us during our school tlays Try a visit to your childrens school and give them the same delight ful experience A pupil does work for a whole month after a THE MAKERS HAVE WRITTEN us WE SOLD MORE ROUND OAK S LAST YEAR THAN ANY RETAILER IN THE UN TED STATES Favorite arid Gem Cook Stoves Stand the same test In four years sales we haye 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 See them at At HARRIS ARGE V Wl SH TO CLOSE OUT THE I R PRESENT STOCK OFWALL PAPER A NOW I Ll SELL THE SAME AT PRICES THATWILL ENABLE THEM TODO IT WE HAVE PURE WHITE LEAD AND OILS AT BED ROCK PRICES POTTER P f wr JC FOR EVEBYTHING THAT CLAS3 HABDWABE SEPT IN A FIBST 282 Esiet Side Davis avenue Corning Iowa C MAN HOOD PRMOTTS ThegrcAtTotncr or servousprostration fendall nerrotiadlseaMtof gonerattvc c1 rs ff either sex nncb Prostration fMnsrorlAwtMiUvilmpotoncyNljjritlySniisslonsYonthtulKrrorti Worr 8INQ anteo to cure o ml th lovSuOO ISOT ossivo uea of Tobacco or Opium vhlch Iea5 to Con order wo trtre a order wo trtre a he monoy Sold at K1OO per box A boxes For sale by WILL A DAVIS One room enrolls sixtythree anothei i of potatoes that will yield 200 bushels liftythree pupils A small library for each room and some scientific appara tus for the High School ought to be added as soon us convenient In con elusion wo ask all to give the school iencouragement and attention and bettor s i3smed C M THOMPSON Supt papa or mamuii Parents cau well ullord to be intoicstod iu their education Our schools have sivcrul nucds some of which can bo motsooa A demand for more room mustrbo met ere long AROUNTB THE SLOPE j A Creston grocery clerk was bitteii by a tarantula last week wa1 hiddeu in a bunch of bananas A Cass county farmer has 113 acros per acre There is talk of extending the C B Q branch from Clarinda to College Springs Judge Tnbbs of Mills county will crib 120000 bushels of corn from his farm this seasou Sun Tlio iiow Christian church at Villisca to bo dedicated next Sunday The in a line modern structure about 38000 A vsioux City policeman confessed to robbing a small boy   

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