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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - November 7, 1895, Corning, Iowa NUMBER 1319 H MEfERHOFF CORNING ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY NOV 71895 T j Attorney At Law Collections and all legal business piorupth attended to Office over National Bank of Corning BKOWN Attorney sstLaw Prietlee In S lurnni uud United States Courts Hirst Sat1 OOHNING IOWA H BRTANT i D Offloa MahnsBlook Corning Iowa Besldeaoe 7th Street 1st door nortri of C T Cole O MITCHELL Attorney AtLaw Specls uttcnUon giver to crllicUona Office Second floor north of pom CORNING E G KINDRED ATTORNEY ATLAW Special attentloiiirlren to collections ODlce over Manns Ulock Cement Etc Etc Taras corrter BentonAye street Cyrnlng CORJSTING IOWA Graduate of Philadelphia Dental Col y i lege ALL WOEK GUARANTEES v f S JOHNSONM D 4 PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office 1st door south Davis VTeUa f law office Residence just cost of Academy k i VV JmrfM V J VOL XXIII NO 4 5 EAT FAILURC High Grade A lew The Financial Stringency of the past year has swept away fortunes like chaffi Great concerns have tottered and fallen One of the Largest Wholesale Housesin the country went down in the whirlpoolTheir stock had tobe slaughtered We will Sacrifice in Coming W ITS of tiieae goods Drake Republican 1469 Babb Democrat 853 Crane Populist 4O3 Bacon Prohibition 92 BEPtTBilCAJf PLTTBAIiITY OIF STATE TICKET labin for State Superintendent 265 Governor 229 wnile Drakes Plural ity in Cut to 131 KITCHEIii SENATOB HOTEL SWING OPfOSlTB DTEPOT H B JBwiKe Managar jvKE Potter II H Sclby M D POTTER SELBY Physicians and Sui geons Blotter reiidenoo flist lionso south o M Davis K A Sclbj icsiilenoe iy blk V S south sfde ol equine opposite J5apt F H SCRANTON DENTIST Office over 1st Nat1 Dank Ooroing la lioda foi teeth without vn and Ijridjjo work a fipeamlty i prices tor firstclnsg work No oxnmtimtlon Interest on Deposits of and Upward Same as Any Saviugd Bank CAPITAL cv ilTKPLDS rftmOO 1 Transacts a Qanernl Bunking Business t ICiiis T COLE Headquarters for Parm Iioans RALPH NEWCOH5B Doors Idme Pickets ired bytlio for fays Manilla Roofing rrt IBradlcy Vroomans Paints Leads and Oils against Cooper 1336 or 122 Bepublican Majority Good Enough nimjjwui JneirstocKnaatobe slaughtered of tfeeae Our Competitors Roar Why Self IrLterest thats wla37 The people Investigate When the silveishines through the gold in his locks penence has frostedhis whiskers our red circular friend will find out that ramdomsratments and personal attacks only make friends for the otheV man The between the lines the selfish motive and recognize the FACT that somebody is hurt We court investigation and cut any mans price We will Sell 121 Mens Suits worth f500 for 225 219 Mens Suits good business ones 335 311 Mens Suits Extra business ones worth 850 to 4J75 259 Mens Suits good drees ones worth 1050 to 285 Mens Suits nne dress onw 12 to Eockford H Hose 7 pair Childs Suite Fine Neckties Good Suspenders Childs Knee pants 25c 69c lOc lOc lOc 550 675 301 Mens Snita extra fine drees worth 15 to 875 179 Mens Fine Prince Albert smte to Mens Wool Jeane Pants Mens Half Wool Pants Mens Overalls Mens Heavy Overalls 75c 89c 25c 40c OVERCOATS AT HALF PRICE Bevins Fusion Beats Avrill Re publican 1466 to 1324 or 142 Majority fine and clean line of clothing latest Cuts Square ulues not considered fnonHn mnofio OEET BIJILDING North Bacon Hotel Corning la Gibson Republican 1600 Over Looney Democrat for Sheriff 1171 438 Majority Ira P Glark for Supt of Schools Defeats Pees by 362 Majority Olive Bepr Coroner Beats Widner Pop 327 Geo C Calkins Elected Co Supervis or 377 vs Purdum 307 C S Crouse Reelected by the Splen did Majority of63 in Three Tps VOTE BY TOWNSHIPS TOWNSIHIP Drake 67 Babb 56 Crane 10 Ba con 0 Mitchell 73 Fees 03 Clark 76 Joopor 54 Avrill 59 Boviiis 70 Gib 78 Looney 53 Fees 65 Clark 68 Olivu 70 Widuor53 UNION TOWNSHIP Drake 66 Babb 41 Crano21Ba 011 4 Mitchell 71 Fees 58Clark 67 Cooper 04 Avrill 70 Bovins 62 Gib 011 GO Looney 73 Fees 46 Clark 85 Olive 70 Widner 02 COLONY 1OWNSHIP Drake 57 Babb 54 Crane on 1 Mitchell GO Fees 84 Clark 55 Joopcv 88 Avrill 58 Kevins 83Gib on 59 Loonoy 82 Fees 73 Clark 69 Hive GOjWidncivSl CAUL TOWNSHIP Drake 98 Babb 42 Crane 48 Ba ou 3 Mitclioll 100 Fees 83 Clark 97 hooper 03 Avrill 90 Bevins 88 Gib 011 lOii Loonoy 80 Foes 88 Clark 102 Jlive 100 Widuor 85 rUESCOTT TOWNSHIP Drako 141 Babb 74 Craric 43 Ba 7 Mitchell 138 Fees131 dark Cooper 138 Avrill 129 Bevins Gibson 124 Looney180 Fees 117 lark 141 Olive 145 Witlner 113 MERCER TOWNSHIP Drake fiO Babb 73 Crane IGr Ba on2 Mitchell 42 Fees 07 Clark 49 ooper 03 Avrill 87 Bevins 103Gib BBOOK3 TQWHSHIP iDrake 56 Babb 22 Crane 23 Ba con 3 Mitchell 60 Fees 52 Clark 52 Cooper 48 Avrill 53 Gib son 66 Looney 35 Fees 47 Clark 54 Olive 07 Widher 33 CORNINQ TOWNSHIP Drake 329 Babb 158Crane 54 Ba con 31 Mitchell 275 Fees 290 Clark 319 Cooper 252 Avrill 250 Bevins 323 Gibson 336 Looney226 Fees Clark 437 Olive 341 Widner 224 QDINCY TOWNSHIP Drake 49 Babb 42 Crane 14 Ba con 8 Mitchell 48 Fees 01 50 Cooper 59 Avrill 36 Bevins 74 Gib son 08 Looiiey 43 Fees 40 Clark 70 Olive 57 51 WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP Drake 86 Babb 51 Crane 57Ba con 8 Mitchell 96 Fees 99 Clark 83 Cooper 114 Avrill 80 Bevins 118 Gib sou 105 Loonoj 95 Fees 118 Clark 90 Olive 91 Widner 101 LINCOLN TOWNSHIP Drake 127 Babb 29 Crane 47 Ba con 1 Mitchell 112 Fees 80 Clark 117 Cooper 84 Avrili 120 Bevins 78 Gibson 148 Looney 49 Fees 115 Clark 84 Olive 127 Widner 84 DOUGLAS TOWKSHIP Drake 146 Babb 83 Crano 20 Ba con 11 Mitchell 149 Fees 107 Clark 153 Cooper 105 Avrill 149 Bevins 106 Gibson 208 Looney 52 Fees 175 Clark 85 Olive 159 Widner 98 NODAWAY TOWNSHIP Drake 125 Babb 77 Crane 12 Ba con 11 Mitchell 127 Fees 91 Clark 133 Cooper87 Avrill 128 Bevins 91 131 Looney Fees 128 Clark 98 Olive 131 Widner 88 NEBRASKA ORB OO1D JASPEIi TOWNSHIP Drake 72 Babb fl3 Crane 12 Ba ouA Mitchell Gt Foes 74 Clark 73 ooper 67 Avrill 57 Kevins 84 Gib on 68 Looney 71 Fees 35 Clark 106 live 72 Widuor 06 Robert Bartlett Very Over the Milford Fields LINCOLN Nov to the report of Herbert Bartlett the mining expert and engineer the gold fields at Milford a few miles west of Lincoln are destined to richly reward the own era of the property Mr Bartlett made tests of 300 samples and finds that the earth taken at random assays at a law estimate from to per ton Mr Bartlett is even more enthusiastic than the owners ofthe land saying I found a gravel gold bearmjj claim iq extent and much ot it fabul ously rich and taking it altogether it is eqnivl in extent vaster in depth and richer in value than any similar do 1 posit in the world Mr Bartletts known experience and undoubed sin cerity has awakened new interest in the nnd and active work in developing the has begun Public Sale OHIWA HOGS TriirSSDAT NOV 14TH farm two miles southwest of rOiuWelivIowa sale to commence at tie oclock pIA 40 head of Choice Poland China Hogs the get of prize winning Advance 23423a 11541s and U S Advance Will be included iu this sale He is a grand hog an extra breeder and has a great show record having taken a premium at the worlds fair an 1st at Nebraska state fair 1898 als M and sweepstakes at Adams ffounty 15 March boars good bone and size 20 March sows all good ones th best I raised this year 5 yearling sows the get of Advance Catalogue now ready months or less time will be given on notes bearings per cent interest fromdate Free lunch at 13 oclock Convey arice will be at trains on day of sale to take parties to farm V A COL J WEST JONES Auc GEO A IDE Clerk Guaranteed to Run Lighter and do better work than any riding or walking plow on earth Have Racket Store Corning Strong Brooms 10 15 and 20 cts Ladies andMens Solid Shoes 50 All Copper Nickeled Tea Kettles 81 00 CopperBottom Wash Boilers 8100 8 Bars Soap 25C Heavy 6 foot Bed Comfprts Ofl iVash Tubs 50 cts tfens Working Shirts 25 cts adies and Mens Fine Shoes 00 leavyWool Mittens 6c ViUow Clothes Basket 50c Pocket Apron Overalls 50c 1 Gallon Crocks 25c Bars WhiteRussian Soap 25c steel Stove Pipe 15 lead Light Coal Oil 12 OPPOSITE HOTEL fatCON Pease the optician can be found very business day at hia store ready o examine your eyes and fit them with lasses suitable to correct all optical elects Ityour oyea trouble you see ina His many patienti are his recom mendations Husbands love honor and obey vour ivos and buya Round Oak heater The woman friend the ESTXTK OAK o ashes to shovel holds fire lonzer uhfr 8tove made For y W B Molhstar 4341 20 This Fail Buggies Buggies Carriages t We are offering for next SO a fine lot of Buggies and CarriMM at reduced It will pay you toI see these at PETEK SCHTTTTIEB on Earth JOBSON good wagon lor the money for WindmiU work Pigure with Shafer fe Mack AF OKEY FOK 62 Eaat Side yia avenue Coning Iowa RESTORED HBTn MentAl RLLS For sale by WILL A DAVIS
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