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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - October 31, 1895, Corning, Iowa CORNING ADAMS COUNT Y WHOLE NUMBER D H Attorney At Law Collections and all legal business promptly attended to OttOfl over National Bank of Corning TVALKABKOWK Attorney In Sute SmrMno iod 1 Fiat Biiuk 30BNINQ IOWA p HBBYAKT X 0 JPhyeician A OtBoe MannsBlook Coming lows BesUenoe Ttn Street 1st door north of 0 T dole nr AttorneyAtLaw 1 attention given to fieaond door north of pom otflce IOWA GKINDBKD ATTORNE Y ATL A W COBNIHG IOWA Special attention given to Offlce over Manns Block fc THOMPSON SEN Harness Saddles Collars Bridles Whips Combs Brushes etc Repair Ing neatly and cheaply All work war ranted Corning Iowa w ALTER NKWCOMB Lumber Lath Shlnglea DOOM 8uh Blinds Lime Fklnti Cement Etc Etc Ksttmttei gladly furnlibed Yards cornet Ben Urn Ave and Sixth street Corning Iowa BABNHAKT SLOYKJt CORNING IOWA of Philadelphia Dental Col WORK GUARANTEED JOHNSONMD YSICIAN fc OSceIrt tear sooth Doris ft Wells Why He Opposed to Exchanging NonInterest for Interest Bear ing1 Paper From a Kecent Speech In Ohio I regret to say in reference to our National currency and especially to our United States notes President Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle to be all at sea and both alike demand the retirement of these notes For four teen years we have been able to main tain in full arid active circulation 000000 of these notes atpar with gold by maintaining a reserve in the treas ury of of gold Thus with the loss of the interest on this gold we have saved the interest oritaieOOaOOO of the public debt and besides have se cured to our people the best form of paper moneyever devised of universal credit id the commercial world Why is it the maintenance at par of all this money has been constantly threatened during the present adminis tration The only answer to this is the powers that behave used the gold spe cifically pledged for the redemption of United States notes to makegood the deficiency of reveiiue caused by the Wil sonGormanBrice tariff law This is a gross andVpalpable violation of law and of the clearest publicpolicy When the revenues of the government fell below the expenditures the deficit should have bee n pr o ruptly me t by borr owin g money instead of using that whichwas specir fically pledged for another When Cleyelahd was elected president with the avowed purpose of reducing the tariff both houses of were willing to authorize the issue of 8 per cent bonds to meet anticipated and these could readily have been sold at par I introduced a bill for that purpose but it was defeated by the declaration of both Cleveland and Car lisle that it was unnecessary The laat congress was ready to pass such a bill butthey opposed it and resorted to the gold reserve and thus created a doubt whether we could maintainbur notes at par with gold This fatal policy of un lawfully diverting the gold in the treas ury to the payment of current deficien cies is the cause and the sole cause of the present financial disturbance And now the remedy proposed by Carlisle in a recent speech atBoston apparently with the approval of Cleve land is the greenbacks by the issue of bonds and thus saddle the gov ernment with interest on of bomds This is not the worst of it The mass of silver certificates and treas ury notes can then be redeemed only in silver dollars and thismeans the silver standard alone The only way they pro pose to prevent this is by the sale of more bonds to redeem these notes and certificates thus converting cur rency into interestjbearing GREAT FAILURESALE OF HghQrade CLOTHING A Few The Financial Stringency of the past year has swept away fortunes like chaff Great concerns have tottered and fallen One of the Largest Wholesale Houses in the country went down in the Their stock had to be slaughtered We will Sacrifice in Corning la of these goods SUITS Physician ft Surgeon ce over Andrews Clothing Store CORNING IOWA attend promptly all calls day or in city or country Residence er lOst and Lomis ave We will Sell 121 MenaSriita worth for 219 Men8 Suite good business ones 325 SJlljMens Suits Extra bnsiness onesworth 850 toflO 475 659 MensSuits good dress ones worth 10 50 to 550 285 HensSuits tine dress ones 12 to 675 301 Mena Suits extra fine dress oneB worth 15 to 875 179 Mene Fine Prince Albert suite to Rockford H Hose 7 pair Childs Suits Fine Neckties Good Suspenders Childs Knee panta 25c 69c lOc lOc IQc Mens Wool JeanB Panta Mens Half Wool Pants Hens Overalls Mcsns Heavy Overalls IV HOTEL OPPOSITE DBPOT H X Ewnra Hanager IOWA IK Potter MD K W Selby M D POTTER SELBY fflhysidanB and Surgeons F E Potter residence first house south of M Davis R W Selby residence blks vestof south aide of square opposite Baptis So radical a change in our financial system can only result in a great loss to the government m the large increase of the interest bearing flebt and in wild disturbances of the industries and com rnerde of our country Fortunately the incoming congress is Republican It will no doubt provide additional tax or duties to deficiencies pre serve intact the gold reserve and main tain atpar with gold all forms of mon ey whether of coin or paper In the performance of this duty it will impose such taxes and duties as will be least burdensometo the people and will strengthen and protect borne industries I believe if the Republican policy since the war had been maintained un interrupted by the present administra and the McKinley law had re mained in force subject to such changes as time proved necessary the recent fi nancial disturbance would not have oc curred and the entire interestbearing debt of the United States would have been paid in full before the close of tho century E WtCUT PRICES F H SCRANTON DENTIST fflce over 1st Natl Bank Corning Id Jew methods for extracting teeth without In Crown and bridge work a specialty prices for work No 5 for examination REAL II ESTATE CO Transacts a general Real Estate buai Besa linva and sells Choice farms and property for sale trade or rent If you anything to soil list it with Call when you want to buy 1st door south of Andrews 3hBthing House OKET BUILDING North Bacon 850 OVERCOATS AT HALF PRICE Kemember this is an exceptionally fine and clean line of clothing latest Cuts Regents Square Sack Hound Sack etc and fine fabrics Values not considered The goods must be sold The great firm made the sacrifice You get the does the work of in this sale TAKE YOTJB GBTJEL MANAGER 9 Pays Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same Any Savings Bank OAPlTAli tsoooono f Tnuissotii s General Banking Business W 8 HmiKO Pregfdent A L VicePresident CKAB T COUC Caahler Hsadquarters for yarm The Corning State Savings Bank Has money to lend on improved farms at per cent annual interest 1100 optioBal payments Htf A Somewhat Pensive Solioquy By a Mugwump At Marshalltovvn in August while attending Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias at a little banquet of Daven poitohampaijne given by Frank Sniith Cioorgo Metejar and other prominent citizens of the kingdom of Scott the editor heard the irrepressible Ned Parker recite the following poem by Wm DeVere the poet of the Rock ies Grand Chancellor Piclfett was toast master Of the same poem Lafe Yonng In Juao 1894 tho editor of the Capi tal us a member of Natienal Editorial association heart William DeVere author of the subjoined solioquy deliv er it to large audience at Asbury Park N J We bare over since been endeav oring to secure a copy but failed until a few days ago when it was discovered in the Muscatinc Journal to which it was furnished by Ned Parker a friend if author The scene of the subjoined inimitable production is laid in Butte City Mont in the midst of the richest mining region on earth Ono day while roaming tho of Butte I saw a form of a tall galoot With a two weeks beard on big cadaverotu face And pants all shattered about the bate And coat go dreadfully rent and torn Twould f rlffhtan crows from a field of earn And he gazod wltli eager hungry stare Through a restaurants big show where The richest of viands were placed in light bait for tho wandering appetite As he stood and gazed at good things there His thin lips moved but not in prayer Hut ho muttered curses At the fato Whichhadkicked him downward to mob a stato He waa one of those shirtless oranka Who had changed big politics left the Of the party known an tho O O P And switched to tho free democracy He was gaxing Into the windows there Anticipating a bill of fare Such aa he had perused when be bad the pelf And this Is the war Uat be roasted hinuelf Look atem darn you look at em straight hunger for era you reprobate It serves you right To be m this plight Btarvlo and cant get a cussed bite An thai it it Just stacks of It too A farnUMn darn you WeU itll 1arn you To let welljenough alone you duffer Look at it now just gaze and suffer Jjook at that turkey routed brown Dont you wish you oould swallow down About toe half of it See them pies Jood an angel from paradlue And you a starving you chump Look atthHt roast twould tempt a ktngi Look at th e steaks look at everything And thenj you gubker may I enquire If from the frying pan Into the fire Youll make anotber jump Yoii werent satisfied you miserable cub Plenty ot work and plenty of grub Mines running by night and day Bverything coming right way Best of clothes on your cussed back And had to fly the republican track Stumped the whole range Squealed for a change Made your speeches In every camp Demyorat of the meanest stamp Traveled all over in sun and storm Howling for Cleveland and reform Thats what you did you overgrown kid Toted a rooster around on your hat And Bhouted Hooray for the demrjorat Youroso hungry now you nincompoop You oould kill that rooster unJ cat the soup But you howled like a wolf for a change Dod rot You waatodja change and now youve got It Kept the atr unusally warm Yelling Reform Reform Reforml Said republicans were all thieves Fattening on spoils like stallfed beeves Crowding the land to thotarnal dogs Swamping her down in ruins bogs Wrecking the good old Ship of State sing old Nlok at lightning rate You Sam Qosugel jYou skin of a sausage You talked that way you cussed fool Tried to teaoh aSemyoratschool Dished up lies that would atop a clock Blinded the miners wll h free trade talk Told them silver would bulge ahead Gold would be worthless aa so much lead Payd be doubled in every mine Holy but you epun It fine Started tbe boys on a wild stampede You you old buck taking the lead Over the fence got the gang to jump Look at you now Did you ketch a whiff you blamed old stiff Of tho good tfaluga a cooking baok in there When the feller swung the door ajar Did you smell the cabbage and luscious beef I Be it ever rfo humble there ia no plao I home if it has a liound Oak heater That would right soon make you let out tho reef You took in yourtrousera when you found Yourself so thin theyd go twice rouudJ Did you smell it I say You free trade Jay Well smell I wish to the Lord You was chained right here to an iron rod With your nose so close to the door youd got A sniff every time theyd open Stay hero till your stomach was shrunk until would strain it to chamber a liver pill ust smelling and yearning by day and night ou oughtnt to get a cussed bite ut go with the Dagoee and get a bun r a slice of bread from the free bread fund very paper you pick up tells f Cleveland heading a gang of swells And going a fishing but you can bet f hs bobstll doomsday hell never get As hefty a ketoh as that ho took hen tho bug of reform was on his hook ary a game nsh could he ustsuokera like you that didnt know nough to stay in protectionspool Where the waters was always clear and cool d you was one ot them too you chump no of the suckers that had to jump At the plzen bug that you thought was guod nouga for gorehead republican food You swallowed it too and tho next thing you Was onopping around on the sandy bank With the hook la your gUU you measly crank What are you getting for all you done Whats tbe result oE the fight you won laaJ idloauj mlnea ahut down Grass agrowing in every town Men alouQos on overy hand Hard times strangling che wholo wide land Banks abuetlng and trade heels up Labor cramped like a plzoned pup lomea but prisons of woe and want Whore wanfaced prisoners weak and fa ant Shiver and hunger from morn till night Eyes all lustcrless so bright Til uts whatyou got fortho change you sought Well you deserve It you blind fool You itoppcd now grin and gruel Perhaps it will learn you to stay where youre at Whether Kcpub or Democrat Stick to the old dont mind tho now Praise the broucho that carries you through Dont always perch on tho top of the fence But stay with your friends and have some sense Youre only getting juat what you desarvo Just look and starve and starve and starve And ho slouched away In the rainy night Ill leave It to you was he wrong or right Guaranteed to Run Lighter and do better work than anyriding or walking plow on earth ADJCINISTR ATOBS NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all persons inter ested that on tho 34d day of October A D BM the undersigned was appointed by Dlst riot court of Adams County Iowa Admlnls trator of the estate of James L Darnull de ceased late of said county All pergonft In debted to said estate will make payment to the undersigned and tbosobavlng nirHins the same will Tesont them loyally autbontl to salil court for allowance Uuted October 23 M RIXBT AdmlnUtrotor Have Sold 20 This Fall Buggies Buggies Carriages We are offering for next SO days a fine lot of Buggies and at reduced prices It will pay you to see these bargains PETER SCHXTTTLEB on Earth JOBSON good wagon lor tne money We well equipped for firstclass Windmill work Figure with w before you buy Shafer Mack AF OKEY FOR EVERYTHING THAT IS KEPT IN A FIBST CLA8S HARDWARE STOBE Kast Side 0ave areauc Corning Iowa PENNYBQYH for B2 oud for cirrrultvi tOTi Tbo only safe Tflliablo Tamale FIU ever offered to IsdiM eauseiBHy reco eel to married and tako no i boxes for Xx CO Cleveland Obio For sale by WILL A DAVIS
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