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Adams County Union (Newspaper) - December 5, 1895, Corning, Iowa GORNINO ADAMS COUNTY IOWA THURSDAY DEC Attorney At Law Collections and legal business promptly attended to Office over National Bank of Corning ALB A BttOWN Attorney satLaw Practice In SUte Supreme and UnitedStttes GoortA Jirsl Sit1 Bunk 3OBHIS0 IOWA p HJBHYANT MD JPhysieian OfBce Manns Block Corn luff Iowa BoBldenoe 7th Street 1st door north of C T Cole AttorneyAtLaw attention gtvea to collections Office lofpoitofileo ATTORNEY ATL A W dOBNING IOWA pecSai attention given to coUeotions over Manns Block Office ALTER NBWpOMB CO JHnlora In Lumber Lath Doore Sanh Blinds Lime Paints Cement Etc Etc Eetisatet fiirntsbed Yards corner Beaton and Sixth street Cornlnc Iowa EXPECT EAKTHQTJAKE8 Astronomical Obtain for the Tint Time Since the Flood Science and Facta later eating Statement Bonne Out by of theWeaUi er Bureau From the San Franclaoo Call jS HC BABNHART CORNKSG IOWA Graduattie Offlce 1st door south Davis it Seaidenoe jvurt bast of Acade Phyjrician Surgeon Office oTer Andrews Clothing Store CORNINGIOWA attendprprnpUy all calls day 0 Bight in city or country Residen corner lOat and Lomis ave EWING OPPO3ITB DEPOT Hanagor TTER SELBY Icians and Surgeor resldotieo first bouse sou B K Solby residence th side of square opposite Omoe Bank New methods teqth tjft ln Crown and bridge work a e nable ijrloea for liratclassf w examination Interest on Deposits of Upward Same as AW Savings Bank PITAT aGeneral Banting Headquarters for As aresult of practical and omieal research Ur Frank M Cloae of Oakland has adduced proof that re cent reported on this coast and in all parts of the world will in crease iu number during the next five years after which they will gradually become less frequent Dr CIoso U a past president of the Tacoma Academy ofScierice and a man well known in the scientific world He said today I do not wish to bexconaidered an alarmist but I am prepared to tell ol thedata that are indisputable and let nature do the rest The late seismic dis turbance which extended over the mid dle ami southeastern states was one of the preliminary throes of a greatcata clysm culmination of which may not occur for several years and may be lo cated far distant from these regions for a inost interesting his torical fact known to very few savants Whatare fcnfljro as the Babyloaian tablets aye a set of inscribed plates book loaves written thousands of years before the Christian era in which is given nn account of the Keachia deluge These tablets were exhumed from the Ityof Nineveh and are now in Ih Museuna at London They Capricornus was the ruling tie zodi ac at t he time o f the Chaldean astronomer history bf Babylon and qnoi Babyloniau f dared that when the sun and gain together occupied the J sign Capricornus another bd would happen It is prop say that the fflood or Iocs not paean the end of the the total extinction of life globe but the Subsidence or a great body of land such ijnent beneath the waters of as ia the case of Atlantis and Every upon the erves the legend of such ca one of which was the i the planets are rapidly that position in which t be on one side of the son and of the planets on other ria nearly a straight Hoe To genwrnt the are trending The majon ere the others rapidly fa fW S HEFtINn P L WEMS V CHAS T RALPH V two ho of UslyaljJfc all within tw4 iIi J postal experien is tak XXJH NO 41 Bowels Thisis caused by the ducts always disappears in after facing it Read the label If thestomach is foul or bilious i squeamish feelings at first iNochafige of diet ever necessary sbtst Voif art get and enough o water at fiiojiisr Druggists g on December 9i1901j and Ithof that month the gun and nets wili be in directMine will be alone at one side the end of the line and of the planets on the other if the 3un and the entire solar sun and planets will ocscupy luomically the zodiacal sign of hether the conclusions of the Baby ian astronomer prove correct re ns to be seen The fact exists that planetary conditions will obtain he abnormal storms are undoubted to changes in atmospheric condi bns produced by extra terrestrial in iunnces The remarkable floods in New ingland and in western Russia during Sjho spring of the present year time when the precipitation was not abnor mal may be traced to a disturbance ol the molecular structure of the earth under the influence of changing mag netic potentiality and polarity causing great heat to be manifested in the inases of matter which form the Carpa thian Mountains in Europe and the mountains of New England melting accumulations of snow and ice upon them That volcanic fires are incrsas Jngtheir heat in these localities and else Where is evidenced by the almast AiewKpapeimention of incipient erup tious and earlli tremors and quakes The times of revolution of the planets around thesunare such that it is mathe matically impossible that every member fof tho solar system should be ranged on the same side of the sun at the same slant of time that is that a utraigh Hue procBeding from the center of trii sun would not pass through the absolute ccuter of each planet An approximate appidaoh to such position has undoubt odly occurred on several occasion and forgotten history declares that sue ooeutTonces have been attended bj marked exhibaiona of profound lev trial Ancient hiatory with vrhifchwe ure forming better quainlanct records that the flood o which we new liave the record handei down from widely separated peoples occurred atthe time of one pf the plan otary iitignmonts Soiouco is not absolutely sure but pretty certain that the interior of th a molten mass fluid and hoti the bestpossiblc condition to promptl obey nphysical law tho indurated cms of csirlh boinc by comparison btl a thin ugsrsheli uranted then that th laws are corjeot that the operation of magnetism is correctly stntiiil and that thci planets are magnets iprtentriivl distuvbaucea are perfectly notmal results The postulate rests inainlj upon thc determination of the jiiibjeut thul the planets arc magnets Science is unanimous in declaring that the oartli is an electromagnet made so by the current of electricity coming from tho sun ami which in her axial revolution she is constantly winding iipon liovscdf have no reasons what ci1 to isuimc that any other member tho solnr ivstom diffurs in this re THE PRICES AT TflLIT FV TFkrP SIJOE BANKRUPT STORE STILL OH The people are surprised at the Excellent Qualities and Astounding PricfiB we aife making Even our com petitors jire astonished that such superior goods should be sacrificed and say that prices arc utterly demoralized by US I Look along thev streets and see the flags of distress arid the confessions of exorbitant charges ererpwhere VBTe ave tile peoples friendsand evidence is plentiful that others listen to our music and imitate us inasmuch as men can who pay for suits that weown for 50 cents on the dollar meatus a s saving of 15 on a tlOi on a purchase and on a buy Kockford H Hose T pair ChildVSatte Childs Knee pants Mens Wool Jeans Pants Mens Halt Wool Pants wortMlTS Mens fine worsted and cassiruere pants worth MensDack Lined Ooats MensBlack Dnck Blanket Lined Coats MensWaterproof lined Duck Coat Cut tm Mm 2oc 69c lOc 75c 85c T9c 125 385 4T5 In fact we we seUyou CLOTHING AT 50 CENTS ON THE The Instructions are SELL E The only difference between success and failure IB the seeing and the seizing of trie your opportunity to own fiae goods foftleaajmoney than the regalar merchant OWHS them 200 Mens Snita for 189 Mens Snits good bnsiness onaa 298 Mens Suits Extra bneineM worth 8 to J950 23T Mens Suits Dress worth 10 to 247 liens Suits fine drew worth 1250 to 675 273 Mens Suits Ex fine drew worth 1650 to 161 Mens Prince Albert SaiU worth 80 to to 1J50 Mens pyercoats as low aa 150 Overalls CM itt BEGAEDLES8 OF COST The CSreat Firms Made the Sacrifice Ton get tba Benafit The Leaders and Price Breakers We Cut Any flans Price A few days only ST JOE BANKRUPT i A Corning Ia iforth of Bacon Hotel v curred The precipitation of rain and Jail has been abnormal Numerous arge been observed and ast but not least the yolcanic and seis aiie disturbances have been unprece dentedly numerous and widespread Thp weather bureau long since deter minad that the meteorological phenom ena of the earth were in some way governed by electric emanations from Lhe sun and in March last Professor Bigelow of the United States weather aerrice publicly announced that the atmosphere of the earth isunder the influence of the polar ie radiant energy from the To day the weather bureau U conducting delicate investigations to the end that secret niay be disclosed We may therefore read in the planetary aspect the eausc of the terrestrial disturbances h pnwiit yir th raotenro 3riomoiia have been exircuio Thi wcathfr human reports ami lawdst teiuperntuivs fid occurrinu in 18115 exceptional severity have oc A1I the of the Family Home of r 1C K Miller MedlapoUs Now SraV comes times in the lives of men aocl women ivhen thuy realize that is joy in livini and the ties of fKiuily kiadred like bmds of flno atoel hold thosacred rscordu of afiiki ily life aiid may be opfttied only oti on casious when all within these aacreil bonds are brought together and within reach of hand clasp and heart clasp when eyes look into eyes and ears taka in the sweet music of voices long ago familiar The world is wide and the leadings of providence often sopar ate and sisters and placo them in localities remote from each other we measure the distance iu miles but this invontivo genius of man has in some measure annihilated dmaiutsi and the miles many and required days and weeks to traverse are only measured now by the lapse of a few hours and friends may como to gether so quickly and easily that tl reunion of families 1ms become a mat ter of comparative enso Half a century ago thnro curue to Iowa one William Sheppard with a family of sons and daughters In few years the father passed away but the ions and daughters grow up to man hood and womanhood Then came tin War Two of the sons entered I ily one of them livnl A fliM UK Will W y hitt u nirs service Uul together at one time In times past these visits and revisits have been very pleasantand each one enjoyed and the memory treasured as one of the pleas ant events of life On the old home farm and very near hespot where this family grew up stands the spacious farm house of Mr and Mrs M M Miller and his wife is one of this family It has been one of he objects of her life to one day as semble all of these brothers and sisters and as far as possible their wives ana amilies under her roof Lnst Thurs day this anticipated pleasure was real zed At one oclock there sat down to ier tuble and partook of her hospital ty at the bountiful Thanksgiving din ner Her three brothers fromthe west md her sister from Mediapolis with a arge number of friends and relatives were there in response to her kindly in itation These reunited familios wrre E H Sheppard and daughter ftom lorning Iowa T W Sheppard wife and son from Red Oak Iowa W H Shoppard wifeand son from Rising Nebraska and Mrs J B UcCray and fam ily of tbisplace Air and Mrs M M Miller and fam ily who were the hosts these there were some seven or eight other families of the connec tion who were there as invited guests making in all over 60 persons include ing some twenty children It is needless to say that the occasion vas a happy one and the assembled amilies enjoyed the day most heartily Tlie three brothers met here for the lirst time in many years and looked nver the ground whore as child run thfv had pliiyed and tis vonng mon thoy Had iiiljonil to builii up the himu tlvi r fittlifr had begun but iu the pilimrf Ids manhood liad bncn takuii aiid iftl ilieni wiili ti liniih Jherft wa a pathos iu tliu ihat these mon all on llio sle of lifis downward slope should thos niitt on this spot on thin day set apart for a day of Thanksgiving and Hvo over in memory again the joys and sorrows of the clays gone by Those brothers are here from a dis tance and will spend some days viHitiug friends and relatives Mrs E H Shuppard ootild not oome iu it luvvini an Invilii AWAY FOB THE NEXT SO DATS WX WTLJC OFFXB TO TfOt TBASX OT ADAMS coxnrnr i COOK STOVES AT LOWER PRICES Than you ever bought a Good Cook Store at before of Hijjh Grade and finish All itorei and No 820 Resv Cook Superior worth now No 8t20 ResvKange 4 holes 8360 2860 No B20Kesv Range 4 hales high shelf 3300 8700 All other Goods at Equally low Prices We arc also sole agents for the Great Batate Oak the Boat Beating Mado Come und them A fnlland complete line SHELF BUILDERS HABDWAKB TXV WAEE ETC YOURS FOR GOOD GOODS W R Hollister ap OH THAT Id KEPT riTA FIBST CLASS SXOBB g 2iS Side Davis avenue Corning Iowa jt fi n srv HIM thiir ov the eai iiv iy tinl iug visiting anotlier bin seldom more than two or three of them wore aun A ffanis hu in the first degree for Oak hbater nilty Lnj Round BBVU j order TT For by WILL A
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