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the Postville Weekly Review. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY W. N.BURDICK. BY TERMS: $l.bOA YEAR IN ADVANCE. L OCAL R EVIEW. —Elmer Courson returned Inst Monday evening. —The •'dog" ordinnnce is in running order again. —11. 1). Angoll and wifo visited at Clermont last week. - A daughter of Mr. Anger, west of town, died last week. -See sidewalk ordinance and ti'itioe in this issue. dog - A nice new awniDg is in front of John Crosby's store. —Lewis Erriekson and wife, of .St. Amgar, are visiting here. - Tho soldiers' reunion nt McGregor eomnieiincs next Tuesday. —l'oslville wsis well represented at (he reunion st Monona this week. —The obituary of Miss Anger ennio too late for this issue. Noxt week. —John Crosby weut to Waterloo on business nud pleasure last Tuesday. —Miss Mao l'erry returned last night from n week's visit at Lime Springs. -The "Handy Top" is the best put on any carriage. W- S. WKBSTKU. --Fresh Fruits cheap, at 19w3 JOHN THOMA'S. - 08 Dozen New Shoos just received, for fall and winter trade, at John Crosby's. For Salel Carriages of all descriptions for sale. W. S. WKBSTEH. Miss Anna JSaston Instructor on the piano and organ, Postville, Iowa. Horse-Shooing. No hit nud miss, but n good job every elnttvr and prices very reasonable. Tnos. SHOUTRKEO. For Sale! The house and two lots formerly owned by Dr. Drown will bo sold cheap Apply to K. S. Hurling. 5tf House and Lots For Sale. I offer my house and three lots on north side of track for sale. ii. W. HOYNTON. STOP! and look at that $2.o6 Shoe, llamillrn, Drown it Go's own make, at John Crosby's. Short-Horn Bulla For Sale. Four pedigreed short-horn hulls for sale cheap. One is eighteen months old, the others younger. Three miles southeast of Postville. lllniti p. CUUCOHAN. -The Tray er sisters, Lizzie and Kosa, of Lansing, relumed Lome on Tuesday. — The Union Creamery pays 12 ets. fur cream and 50 cts. for milk this week. -The teachers' institute will convene next Monday for a two week's session. —N*. W. Stiles, A. Stockman and II. «.'. Sehult/. are entitled to thanks ^it- cash on subscription this week. • -Lime. Cement, Stucco and Flustering Half, always on hand arid for sale. Hlf P. J. BiiucllEii, Drayman. Headquarters for Machine Oils. The brick drug store as usual is headquarters for machine oils of all kinds. We guarantee the quality to be the best and prices the lowest. Don't buy a gallon of oil until yon come in and examine our oils. liiif U. N. Dorui-Ass. Excursions. For the. annual encampment of Veterans of the U. S.. to be held in Minneapolis, Aug 21 to 21). exclusion tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip. Will veil Aug. 2'.1 and 2t, good to return Aug. 21) and lit) only. M. K. TALCOTT. The Reunion at Monona. The reunion of tho 27th regiment at Monona on Tuesday and Wednesday was n complete success in every respect. There were only nbout 100 of the old soldiers of the regiment present but there woro many other soldiers and a large crowd of citizens. Tho town was beautifully decorated and illuminated nt night. A largo pavillion was erected in which to hold tho exercises and the town was thrown wide open to receive and entertain the guests, both soldieis and civilians. In this regard Monona covered herself with glory. It was the universal remark that the entertainment exceeded anything over seen in a town of that size. The residents were disposed to grumble becnuso they did not have enough people to entertain! Tho exercises wore very interesting, to tho outside world as well as to tho soldiers. There were no heavy speeches, but tho speakers confined themselves to descriptions of camp life, stories of the march, etc. Dut the old songs were what took the audience by storm. A quartetto of old soldiers sang ,- A Thousand Years," "Marching Through Georgia," "The River of Time," etc., as cflectivoly as wo ever heard them sung in tho old days. Wo aro under obligations to F. L. Wellman and Hon. John Klllen for royal entertainment, as thoy know so well how to bestow. We looked over Mr. Weilman's splendid grounds, th« finest wo have seen outside of tho largo titles, with its refreshing shade, its playing fountains and its graveled walks and drives. If wo had such a homo we should not want to exchange it for anything less thnn heaven. He has the finest carp pond wo have seen, and it is full of good sized fish. All in all he has a model home and all tho surroundings nre such as to lend enchantment to the scene. We aro (veil ''pleased with Monona and its hospitable people, and it will bo a pleasure to us to visit il oftoner in tho future than wo have in the past. Those whose courtesy wo had to decline this time wc will make twice glad tho next time. Council Proceedings. Tho town council met in regular session Friday, August 7, 1891. Marshal reports dog tax collected, - - 25.50 Recorder reports the following licenses issued in July: Fortune Wheel, - 10.00 Shooting Gallery, - 1.00 Fortuno Wheel, - 10.00 Shooting Gallery, - - 1.00 Report of Funds—OF.XF.UA;, FUND. Dal. in hands of Sreasurer, 02.79 Ain't paid to treasurer from Feb. 28, I8!)t, to Aug. 7, 1891. 743.18 Total - 805.97 Am't paid on orders from Feb. 28, 1891, to Aug. 7, 1891, - C20.6U Dal. on hand, - 1VG.38 HEALTH FUND. Bal. in hands of treasurer, 101.48 Am't paid on orders from Feb. 28, 1891, to Avig. 7, 1891, - .50 3) -The grain is about all cut and slacking is well under way. We shall expect a revival of business in a few days. -The last coat of plaster has been put on the new bank and il ought to 1><; liuished aud ready for business next week. —Will Conluy will move his barber shop to West Union next week. lie is a splendid harbor, and we wi.di him MH'CeSS. . • Ilalver Lien {-. expected home tomorrow from a trip to the st:ite .,f Washington and the famed city of Tacomu. --Tim Hamilton, Drown & Co. §2.50 Shoe, in all styles and widths, at John Crosby's, beats anything in the. slate for the money. Y. P. S. C. E. The Northern Iowa Union of tho Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor will meet at Charles City, Aug. 18th and 19th. An interesting program has been prepared, and nil young people's societies arc cordially invited lo be present. •-Headquarters for Axle Grease, <}aso.ina. Lard. Ciulor, Dlack Htul nil ut tho leading brands of Machine Oils, at Wators & Nieolay's. New Dental Koorao. Dr. Will Cole has oneued a dental ollicc over the harness store in the brick block, where lie may b,; found on Tuesday aud Wednesday of each week, where he invites the public to call when wauling lirsl-chiKs work done in his line. Postville Steam Mill. The undersigned having purchased the Postville Steam Mil's formerly owned and operated by Hiram Dresser, is prepared lo do Sawing, Planing, Grinding Feed, Scroll Sawing ami Turning, at reasonable rates. Pinning and grinding. Monday of each week. Your patronage solicited. E. D. STILUS. —Geo. Uudhoad brought in line samples of spring wheat and oats grown on his old farm, and a line, largo ear of /ield corn from tho farm of Fred Kluss. —Last Sunday was a scorchor, and yet almost everybody wont out of town. A large number weut to Elkador, some went down lo Yellow river and wo ap'fnt tho day royally down at Dave Jacobin's. • —J. 1. Shepherd and family oxpuel to start for tho Pacific coast, Washington being tho objective point, next Monday. The RKVIEW hopes that prosperity and happiness will abldu with I hem In their new homo beyond the ruckles. —C, D. Nichols, lather of Mrs. Ilim- chett, died suddenly at Burr Onk of apoplexy last week, aged about 72 vests, Tho romains wove brought here / for interiuont, tho funornl sermon being ^ preached at the Methodist church last Sunday. —Evoryouo enjoyed the steamboat excursion to Lansing. Tho soonory along the route was grand. There were ^numerous sandbars at nearly •very turn of the river, some of which wore well duvelupcd In the bosom—of the river. A Good Farm For Sale. Containing ll'2 acres, (all good farming land) living water, convenient to school, good roasls, in a good neighbor hood, three miles south from Cnstnlin. For full particulars impure of K. I 1 . Hooker, Poslvillo; A. W. Krum-.r, Cas- tnlia; or the undersigned on the premises. 13m2 DANIKI. CAIIALAN. — Wo Imvo received a bundle of papors from Prof, (now attorney) J. C. Murphy, formerly of Ossiau, and always a friend of tho RKVIEW, These papois fix his residence at Port Angeles, Washington, a new and booming city at the mouth of Paget Sound, 100 miles iiMt'lh of Sjattle. From tho papors wo soo he is in the law business and also engaged in tho preliminary work of securing a railroad into tho oity. Wo hope ho may strike a bonanza away up ou the north Pacific const. Myron Items. On account of the rain our picnic was a failure. Mi. and Mrs. Press, from Missouri, are visiting with Mrs. E. Press. Rev. Heatly, of the M. K. church, of Fnmkville, was making calls here last week. E. H. Livingood aud family Sundayed with H. Hangortner's, near Clermont, a week ago last Sum'ay. Tho .veil drillers are hero again, having completed wells for Mrs. M. J. Smilli and David Smi'h. Webster Livingood lost a valuable ovse. last week. It dropped dead on the graveyard hill while he was driving t. Miss Drown, sister of Mrs. Andrew Davis, is visiting here. Also a niece of Mrs. Davis. They are from Excelsior, Wis. Harvest is nearly completed in this section. Sonic aro stacking and the whistle of the steam thresher is heard I) the valley. Our miller, Mr. Maun, sent to Dubuque last week for some repairs for —Tho County Fair of tho Nation, to . I>4 held at Orosoo, Iowa, Sept. 1, 2, 3 arti)- 4, invites tho hearty coioporntlon of every man, woman and child within her.borders, at d all adjoining counties and extend tho hand of good follow , jtMp to all her friends and admirers , - -We bail tho pleasure of a good vis H With Goo, W. McKay on Tnoaday, ho ; being up from the Rapids on business This Is the Urst timo wy have soon him 'for several years. t Uko nil of us ho U t growing old. but>,i« the sawn genial, 'tmturtalnlog gentlemen (hat lie was thirty yours ago, —Mr. and Mrs. S. D, Finney were up fron? fayettc a few days on ti ylsit and to attend the funeral of 0. D. Nichols, ' fi 'JJte'flniMy -report" business as good ns . vxpnolod and everything running nicely, . IT Their wany friendshero wore glad e to 10,0 them aud aro pleased to know that Uifiyavo doing well. i A \4" TIW BpwoHli tongue exoiii'sioii pit 't$p&*y Vftfl "/""Mow* to »N piu'tkui- ' . ^&,''.M. 7 :tl"ta> u wewoW atPostvlUo, .'wjhi«h,vg<w the; league,a bonus of v 'V-vM^v , fourtoon uoiuther wove well ^^M^ d ' BUd ub °ut 70ft people; big anil lit- llfa.tuufc In um sights. •>> wnthW wrt*..^ wod ^Hkylncirnfpir.'whealp —The County Fait of Iho nation to bo hold at Cresco, Iowa, is not a gigan tic box otlice with a slight nnnox of oorn shollors aud patent boo hives, will not invito pooplo to come a gveat distauco to witness roccnt methods of pulling candy, or making lomonndo without tho aid of lemon. It has a spl nnl column of worthy and valuable exhibits; races that will be unexcelled displays In Floral Hall to eclipse nil format- ones; exhibits in Agricultural Hall that will gladdon tho hearts of the farmers. Dal. on hnnil, - 103.98 The following bills were allowed: H. D. Taylor, street work, 32.7<"> John Cole, " •' 18.75 G. Doynton, " " 3.00 Peter Boucher, " " 1.26 Joseph Thill, " " 4.G3 Wm. McQuillan, " " 14.08 P. Murphy, " " 9.85 Henry Thiesc, 41 " .02 D. M. McDonald, " " 1.25 E. Magna, " " 2.29 E. Ragan, " " 11.60 Wm. Shepherd, rules and regulations slate board of health, .80 A. R. Pnscolt, culvert pipe, .90 P. J. Reucbcr, t'.lo and dray age, 2.14 Enos Eryin, draynge, - 1.55 F. Clintou, service as judge of election, - - 2.00 S. F. Clinton, lumber, - 31.18 I. A. Havirland, nssistnnt marshal, July 4, - 3.00 H. G. Hawkins, assistant marshal, July 4, - 3.00 Ordinance No. 98 in refercneo lo building sidewalk on north side of Military street, passed. On motion tho ordinance committeo was instructed lo draft an ordinance in reference to dogs running nt largo and present tho same at. next meeting. "Was it Suicide?" Why marriage is somolimcs a failure is au interesting and important question to all; and everyone, married or single, should read the absorbing story with the abovo title, by tho pool-novelist, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, written in that popular author's most forcible style, which is published in llie September number of that always bright periodical, Dcmorost's Family Magazine. It contains, besides, an abundance of other good reading matter, just the sort that ono onjoys at this season. There is a splendid article, fully illustrated, about "Drazil;" "A Poet at Home" tells about Ella Wheeler Wil- o OUR • WHOLESALE i DRY GOODS. Best Standard Dress Calico, all the new styles, 4ic per yard. Apron Ceeck G-ingham, good quality, 5c per yd. LL Brown Muslin, best quality, yd wide, "by bolt, 5c per yax*d. Pepperal R Sheeting, yd wide, by bolt, 61c per yard. Best Standard Heavy Muslin made, yd wide, by bolt, 6:lc per yd. Lonsdale Bleached Muslin, yd wide, by bolt, 7'ic per yard. Fruit of the Loom, yd wide, by bolt, 7 : ic per yard. Amoskeag A. C- A, Tick, best quality, 14c yd. Heavy 8 oz Twilled Bltie or Brown Denim, best :ox and her lovely homo, and with it qtiality, 133c yd. aro pictures of "the poofs comer" and We have a large line ofBlack Grenadine, all fast portraits of her in sonic other noted color, from 10to25cyd. gowns; whether you over enjoyed that j± special bargain in fine figured Dress Chambray rare spoil moose hunting, or not, yon ftt 1Qc yd wort b. 15 to 20c. will b» interested in "A Stray Shot at a WHITE GOODS. It is by our Low Prices that we hope to get your trade- White Corded Pique, great bargain at 4c yd. White Checked Pique, 4i, 8, 10, 12i, 15 and 20c. White India Linen, 74,10, 124, 15, 20 and 22ic. Black India Linen, color warranted fast, 15, 20 and 25c. Uidlow, joined the excursionists, at there nre neatly 200 illustrations. + White Embroidery Flouncing, in India linen te&VL- Postyilic, Tuesday, which went to besides a beautiful water color, "Play hemstitched, at Striking bargains, 324,40,50, ho steamer Joso- bail, P ..!" which appeals to every 65, 70, 75 to 974c, and great values m black, warranted fast colors, 50, 75c and up. ray Moose," written by the fortunate amateur sportsman who brought down his game a 1 , Uio first shot, which is also linoly illustrated; "A Seven Days' Tramp and What it Cost" describes a "tramp" made by night girls and a lis mill. Ho has them in now and chaperon, and tho chaporon tells the everything in lirst-class order. story; then there ncn stories and poems, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Lambert and and the various departments art ropleta James Rankin and daughter, Neltio, of with useful mid amusing matter, and McGregor and look the phino to Lansing. CHARITY. OBITUARY. C. D. Nichols was born in Essex Co N. Y., Oct. 2G, 1819, and died at the home of his nephew, Henry Porry. near Decorah.'Aug. G, 1891. In 1844 ho was married to Adeline admirer and devotee of baseball. And this is only a fair samplo of what one gets monthly in this ideal Family Mn< a/.ine, which is published for $2 a year, by W. Jennings Domorest, 15 East 14th St., New York City EMBROIDERIES. We bought a large quantity of Embroidery^ at" a' large discount, direct from an importer who is going' out of business and give the benefit to our customers. Nice narrow Embroidery at 1, 2, 24, 3,4, 4 l -2c. Good width Embroidery at 5, 6, 7, 7 1-2, 8c. , Extra wide and great values and worth 50 per cent, more money at 10„12 1-2, 15, 18, 20, 25 and 30c LACES:—We have line Black Silk Lace, good wide paf.erns, 10, 15, 20, 25 <i-' and up, nud fine hand made (iuimptu'u all Silk Lace, only 2,w. White Laces in an endless variety from leyard up. ' • HOSIERY: The great values that we have for the money-will surprise you. • Children's, Misses', Women's mid Men's Hose, at 5u a pair. Great bargains in Dlack and Colors at 8 aud KH\ Women's IIoavy'Dlnck Ribbed Hose, only 8 and 10c a pair, worth- double tho' money. A full line of Seamless Hose, in solid black, nil fast color, at only 15c r, pair Men's Rockford Socks, heavy weight, 8.and 10c i pair. CURTAIN LACE. Scrim Curtail), full width only 3tc yd. Fine Curtain Lace, full scallop eilgo and both edges bound, at oulj 12tcyd. We bought n lot of Lace Curtains by' the pair nt a closing out sale at a large discount from manufacturers' prices and ' will give our customers the hettclit. So here Ihey go:—Nice Lnco Curtains' nt- 50c a pair, worth 75c. Nico Laco Cunains at 75c a pair, worth 1.00 to 1.25. ({rent Dargiilns at 1.00 and 1.25, worth 1.50 to 2.50. MISCELLANEOUS. Men's Domet Flannel Shirts. 25, 30, 45, 50, 05 and 75c, up to 1.50. Men'* Wool Hats, 35c. Roys' Straw Hats, 3c oiuli.' Womoifs, Misses'/and Ohil- •' tlron's Gauze Underwear at 10c each. Drill Drnwors 25c each. Men's Gatizo Undershirts at 20c. Hoavy Base Ball. 'The Phil. Sherldans wont down to El- k'Mlor to moot tho somewhat oo)o- brated Osterdook olub, whiolv lins boat- en Prairie du Chlen ns well as tho host clubs iu this part of tho state. The Phils had their old war paint on and wont through the Osiordocks like a cyclone. Tho latter got throo scoros in the llrst Inning but never saw tho home plate tiftorwai'ds, tho score standing throe to nitin tti favor of the Phils, All our boys nood is a littlo practice to on- able thorn to olonu out everything that comes before them ns of old. —Iowa weather anil crop report for tho wcok ending last Saturday 'Tho dally averago tomporaturo of or .il, the past wcok was about ono dogreo M. I'ltinoy. For 35 years they shared bo]o { v normnli lll(J oxcuss during * tho oauh other's hopes and disappoint- last throo days about balancing the moots, joys and sorrows, until 1879, deficiency of tho preceding days. when she was laid to rest. of , s 0 unshino b ° Un * ' lVOn ' BU Bm ° Unl Thoy camo to Postville in 1805. After xiio rainfall hns boon nmplo, though tho death of his wife Dio. Nichols went gonorally below the seasonal average, to Nebraska, whoro he ltvod until about except in portions of the S. W. district . .„, „ . _. , ,„ , and a few other localities, which report two year* ago, when he went to Wash- (m ,, 0 , )eftvy 8llowo ,. 8i 1 lugtou. About n yoar ago he rottirnod The weather has boon gonerally very lo make his homo with his daughter, favorable for harvest work and thresh- Mr, G. M. Hanohett. Hero he has ffi had a homo in Ids old ago with all tho st ato. Reports of threshers aro very caio and comfort that love eottld fluttering, and there is a probability bestow. Ho leaves lo mourn tho loss that the round-up of the year will show . , , , , , , a cousldornblo inoroaso in tho yield por of a fathor five sons and two daughters.'] aoro ol oMa ftnrt „ uoftt om . the lW0l . itgos of tho regular August report. Corn has made lino progress during Harveat Excursions : the week, and the outlook for that crop 1S rfeoidedly improved since August On August 25 and September 29, the 1st. Five or six wooks of favorable Durlington, Cedar Rnplds & Northern weather jtrlillnstiro a handsome yield Railway will soil Harvest Excursion 0 A nu'm&^ol fatal oasos of "black tickets from all stations on its lino tongue" aro reported among tho cattle south of and Including Vinton, to all near MoCansland, Soott county." stations ou Its line north of and Including Iowa Fails, in Iowa, Minnesota and | Our store is full of Bargains and we are doing our very best to benefit our customers by selling the best goods for the least possible money. „_ —> ^ P'O Brick Store-South Side Town. J. W. WAttAJ « V^W. 1888—EVERY SHOyS-0 TAKE BT—2888 PETERSOI OF LITERATURE, ART, AND FASHION Bkotoiieo of Motoi PJECOS ORJ F»cop!o, L;p2onc ?ldl3 ,-lllu3 «rato«f flrtlclos, niustratad Htofci c:i C-so iras'.'uns, Uttnacrcas wsrh-taMo Paflcms. n rJii-.-t ,.i..i-.i f.ti-ihmm,imy nuil ri' ' " imbiUhu.l. , TOII5 niMT AS!) nn:.V'l« ..f \'->« k«S.v 'irnatpr nisi ltd lli.i-i r.-./ i.tlu-i-. li i U>"U^, in»vik.|a, iljllt .il -1 r.l-' lllil'Mi^ lll't l:|.i.*; |1>IMII;II:- Jtlll}n;M i I' .'-.nmti'll. ... . . i , - VT*i. r OTll <":<>.'.<> 151-J> 1 .VMllON-l , I..VIl-.,iiliii'il .lv { >'l.l ll<l .,M .I lllll ,l .lllU'|-y ,|.Vll Lllltl 1-|'IC ||H ,11. Ill I.' •vthli s Ii.UfK-Iti!!; I • IttuU*. iim'Kir. l-Wcry in -ill' , >ilnr.'il, ini'l :-lil:i : I'.i I .iti-it t'.iril.iii fyli~i • t I'.'C—. onnrt.JillI-n-iilit:r,v, lli*ii.'r.i:llll!Mi', !iw:i—t'..-tMl';iUo;.—in i U»i}^.{«o,.ppupJv1.°(: •MBS Tlie groat and only A. McDonald's grand spanlal attraction will bo nt the Howard County Fair, at Cresoo, Sept- 2, 3 and 4. Right blooded horses to li Roman Chariot, driven at their highest snood by Madum Mel^onald, the fear, less (Juntamu By ftvv tho groftteai attraction ever seen on any fair ground qr vaoo ^vatilci There/will «lso,be giv en the grand and thrilling Roman Chariot Raoos.—tlie sport and races of Anolsut (ji'uoce and Romp, ns povli'ayod In the 10th oenutry. Four-horso Char jot 'Races, driven by Waflam and Mr MoUonnUli Who 'have, pledged thotv liop^»v to <U'tvo„ ; tltyif liorsea a|j ful apeqi),, j^ou't fall to BCO tpu moot hk " 1 "4*'" Willi Hi' rloimit tnv'k, "Ch« I 'l-.ttnin li-r ^'Hiii:; i.'ii \W 1 1.'.!». cxtnv fni\v if l!io Wiiyttxitfj i 11 ] I'vinhun, U 111 1 - Notice 1 South Dakota, to all points In Arkan- ^° *P°®'^ W1iets '~' . „ „, , ' „ At ft meeting of the Board of Health sns, Indian r l orrltory, Texas, Now Mox- „f tho Inoorporatod town of Postville, ieo, Colorado, Wyoraiug, Utah, Idaho, hold August 10th, 1891, the following* Montana, South and North Dakota; order was made: also to al, points in Tennessee, I ouisl- n ^j8&S^ "AT- ill anu, Alubiimn, Mississippi, Goorgta and dogs found running at large, not muss- Florida, at a rate of One Faro and One sled, will be shot. Third For tho Round Trip. Ati ^sT lVl"'' handS tUU 10tU °' For further information, enquire of " ' ^ QHU, 3C1 FINEST EVER OFFERED |1C0 :..:2".i~zcz, 62. co A YTJ.U. S Obiilu.l t:tr 03.30 a •• •' • 4.80 I C O;> I IJJ fir SO. 40 J will, li '• >< 0.00 1 liiwo.l uilllii 0 Ooilloa fur 3S .00 ( V'llli lmlli nil i-xtm r"|>.v "f Urn Mi.unr.liw tnr mill llm liil'K« uluiv flt *' 41 10.00 | cngmvluu or I'.io I KIO I E ''C'lloi<-o '^I 'liw" l.i Km jK -i-imii putlhn; up th*, cbiu. F0S hmXSR OLDBS STILL GREATER INDUCEMENTS I Kiitm, iKni -patd, CHARLES J. PETERSON, 8M (.uontiiut St., riiUtdelpbU, rv £S*S|»olnua< Hut gniUii. It wrlttoa fur, to Tut >i& «iulit "v!Ui. any liukot agent of this company, or J. E. HA.NNKGAN, Gen. l'lekut and Pass. Agent. MABKIBD THORNTON-HARVEY-At the U. B., parsonage, Mr. (J. C. Thornton and Miss Ida A. Harvey were married August Uth, 1891, Tho happy couple are well aud favor JAOOU MKrsii. .1. H. SANUBUH, R. N. DOH«I.AS3. (J, THOMA. Attost: WM. SuEi'iiisui), Clerk. Board Hoalth. Farm For Sale. A fin in onnsUtlng of'iiji 1 norii()-i240 under euliiialioH mid 10 ueius of timber. Will sell llm farm without Iho ably known lo Oastalla and adjacent tinilwiviif desired, Ciond house, Imrn nolghbQfljood. They, are both good, and out huildlnga o.i tho farm. Fmmed honest, inausti'loni yottpg people »n not-i lots. Well wittered l>y a T! POSTTIU^LUMBEB TAD. S.F. GMNTON. A oomplete and full stook of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings and Building Pa : per, yellow pine Flooring and Ceiling, oak, ash and maple Flooring. All parties intending to do any building the ooming season will consult their own interest by obtaining figures from me. Fartloular attention to filling bills. Best of grades only handled. This is lo remind you hat the best and cheapest lino of gOOllrl ill tho market to-day is found with us, and wo desire vou to examine tho Hiime whieh will proyo to you without further remarks the truth of our assortiou. THE JEWELERS. —>-*—*»»-.»—- LADIES' GOLD WATCHES, GENT'S GOLD WATCHES, BRACELETS, BANGLES, BAR PINS, BEAD NECKS, CROSSES, CHARMS, CHAINS, CHAIN MOUNTINGS, OUPP PINS, CHATELAINE PINS, EARRINGS, GARTERS, GLOVE BUTTONERS, JERSEY PINS, LOCKETS, MOUNT HOPE BUTTONS, NECK CHAINS, SCARP PINS, GOLD SPECTACLES. CALL AND SEE US Satisfaction ^ is : ' ir 'narauteed in overy sale' and , . tboso' persons who are , tho most diflleult to-.' " pleasu wo sure will not hesitato 'o pVohouue« this as a faijt' . thai.' " everything is of ' •., iho quality represented ami will • stand tho tost of "' wear, W. CHRISS, JTor a bi'UlaMrlp tltoy were up to Iwapilng TtiesAfty with tho'pUw exour- olonlats from Oftsmia'. , They will settle down to honsokepp- log In a few gays f^bja^lv' oli 1 - oiiiflstanueg wH|i U\v pvq^peiiits/o^ pA nitppy weeded Ifkty bvo ,l, " r| m> ,m<> MA: m number uf largo springs. A splendid farm tnovury piirlluuliiiv H}Umtqil 8J Wiles aomliwest of ("itistulla and 4) suutliqast of OrtBlan. Poly, H m\l^ «olUh of Military toad and good road. u. km?* wply to B . aoott -mi m m mm 1 ¥HJW" froin now mxtil Jan, Invites you to come and inspect his' mammotU n^w stock of Furniture, Everything in the line of Cajv pets> Ouytains- Chairs, Bed Room' , Sets; Also'! a'flhe line Qg^amm6bks ] ' •-•--i^i'Mllsl

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