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Postville, Iowa
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Saturday, October 3, 1891
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The Post* Weekly Review. PUBLISHBD ETERT SATURDAY BY W .N.BUROICK. TBRMS: $ 1 ,b0 A TEAR IN ADVANCE. L OCAL R EVIEW. —Apples at John Thoma's. " —Tho roads are not now dusty. —Handkerchiefs lc each, at Lnhman & Sanders'. — Peaches and Grapes cheap, at John Thoma's. —Tarkey Rod I 'nble Linen only 25c per yard, at Luhman & Sanders'. For Balel Carriages of all descriptions for sale. W. S. WEBSTEB. Kiss Anna Baston Instroetor on tho piano and Postville, Iowa. organ, Kiss Nellie H. Abbett, Teacher of Vocal and Instrumental Music, Postville, Iowa. Miss Battie Baldwin, Teacber of Art Embroidery. Stamping done to order. Latest styles in patterns. it —Headquarters for Dress Goods and Trimmings, at Lulimnn & Sanders'. Temperance Lecture. Mrs. Anna M. Tyng. of Minn., state lecturer I. 0. G. T. and D. G. C. T. will deliver a lecture at the M, E. church next Sunday evening, Oct. 4tb. Admission freo but a collection will bo taken. All aro cordially invited. Headquarters for Machine Oils. Tho brick drug storo as usual is headquarters for machine oils of all kinds. Wo guaranleo the quality to be tho best and prices the lowest. Don't buy a gallon of oil until you conio in and examine our oils. IStf It. N. DOUGLASS. —All Linen Crash man A Sanders'. only 6c. at Ltih- —J. M. Harris moved last Monday. on to his farm —Luhman & Sanacrs sell tho best Flour. Order somo. --Fresh Oysters by the quart, can or dish, at JotiM THOKJL.'S. —Plaid Suiting only 6c per yard, at Luhman <& Sanders'. —The "Handy Top" is the bost put on aay carriage W- S. WEBSTER. —Fringed Table Napkins only 2c, at Luhman & Sam'urs'. —We regret to learn that Mr. J. Liiughliu is seriously indisposed. H. —Ladies' Cloaks Luhnian & Sanders'. and Jackets, at —Joe Gray took l'ui>sd:iy excursion. in Garner on the —All wool Shirting Flannel only J5c, at Luhman & Sanders'. —K. Abel, who has boun indisposed for tun days is improving. —Dress Style Ginghams, only 8c per yard, at Luhmnn & Sanders'. • -Romembur (Saturday) at Ti the concert irnnr Hall. to-night —Unbleached Table Linen only 20c per yard, at Luhman & Sandors'. —Mr. McNeil has commenced the basement work on his new residence —Luhman A Sanders have a One line of Crockery and Glassware. in at —The Latest Novelties Ladiea' Dreas Patterns, Luhman & Sanders'. -POSITIVELY the best Shoo on earth for the money is tho Hamilton Browu $2.60 Shoo for men. For salo by (Setf) J»o. CuosDT. -Tho following subscribers nro entitled to thanks for cash on subscription this week: John Hnmmol, J. N. Smith, J. W. Russell, G. N. Cameron, Tim Perry, F. Dresser, F. M. Orr, . G. M. Hanchett, D. W. Cameron. Horse-Shoeing. No hit and miss, but a good job every clatter and prices very reasonable. Titos. SHOUTHEKD. —The Hamilton Drown t2.60 Shoo for raon hare tho largost isle of any Shoe in thu United States. For salo by 26tf JNO. VJUOSDT. Tho owned cheap JTor galel house *nd two lots formerly by Dr. Drown will be sold Apply to F. S. Burling. 6tf Again For Sale. I now offer my residence for salo at a prico that ought to soil it at oner. Call and too it. MHS. 11. B. HAHLETOX. — Jas. Sams brought us in some fine samples of potatoes last week. Ho also informs us that somo sneak thief broko into his son's housu recently and stolo a suit of clothes and othor articles. • Ladies, don't buy Dress Goods beforo gelling prico* at Luhman A Sanders'. -Mrs. Slocum dolivorod a temper nnco lecture at tho Congregational church on Tuesday orening. It was well Bpokcn of but was not ns largely attended as it ought to have been. For Sole. Some choice Poland China Pigs, either sex, no kin. Breeding stock all rerordod. Good bone and good sizo and early maturity. Prices reasonable, Como and see. G. W. HAUKIS —Mrs. McNeil and Grace went to Oingo on Tuesday, to bo absent some time. —Our collector will bo around tomor row to collect tho fow little bills due on the last quarter. Tho collection tliid timo is very light, and hence it is all tho more necessary to get tho littlo hat is due. —Buy your Shoes man & Sanders'. Luh- —The Hamiltou Bmwu $2.60 Shoe will match ANY $3.00 shoo you can Cud. JHO. CHOSBT. —Webster is building a room in the rear of his main building for the Piano twine depot. - At Luhman & Sanders is tho place to bey your Boots and Shoes. Ladies Shoes n specialty. —If you want wood 1« aTe wora with me or any of my teamsters. P. J. BRUCIIER, Drayman —Luhman & Sunders have a large and well selected stock of goods. Go and look them over. —Hoy 4 McNeil placu stoves to the front this week, with tho Bound Oak busier in the lead. —YOU LOSE MONET wear anything elso but the Brown Shoe. Jxo. when you Hamilton CBOSBT. -Misses Mao Perry and Ella Taylor attended some Good Templar ''dolns' at Ossian this week. — Dell Cameron lias aoaght a quar'-er seutlou of land near Emmettsburg and will go on to it in tho spring. -Lime, Cement, Sluceo and Plaster, log Hair, always on hand and for salo Htf P. J. BKUCMEU, Draymsu. —Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Taloott have gone to Dakota on a visit. Frank Hin ton is "bead mogul'' in tho mean time •John II. Mott returned from his European trip last Saturday and spoke to a full lioiufl on Sunday ovoning, at the M. E. church, on tho subject of tho M. C A. It was an earnest and nblo nddrcss. Postville Steam Hill. The undersigned having purchased thoPoslvillo Stenm Mills formerly owned and operated by Hiram Dresser, is prepared to do Sawing, Planing, Grinding Feed, Scroll Sawing and Turning, at reasonable rates. Planing and grinding, Monday of each week. Your paironago solicitod. E. D. STILES. Notice! A rare chance is now offered to buy a farm of 102J ncres of land within two miles of Postville. This place is known as tho Noblo Estato, and is now offered for sale to tho highest bidder, for Cash. Apply to the undersigned at Citizens State Bank. JAS. MCEWEN, Administrator. A 'Well Merited Indorsement. Last week's McGregor Times had tho following neat indorsement of our fair and its management: "A large number of people passed through McGregor Thursday and Friday evenings ollast week on thoir way .home from tho fair at Wankon. They were all enthusiastic over tho success of tho fair, nod the cordial reception they received. A representative of thoso who visited tho fair called upon us and presented tho following indorse­ ment which wo gladly give place in our columns: To Uos. M. B. HEKDRICK. Seeretnry A. C. A. S. Tho undersigned citizens of Clayton county, Iowa, wish to express our obligations to yourself and official assistants for the kindness and personal attention received during our attendance nt your fair of 1891: S. H. F. SchoulU, Pros. C. C. A. S., National. F. L. Williams, Ex-pres. " Postville. A. F. Nichols, Ex-pros. " " Luana. F. Brownson, Director, " " National. O. A. Kenyon, " " " MeGregor. A. Henkes, Jr., " " " Bismark. Jno. E. Corlott, " " " Farmorsburg. Justus Henkes, " '« " Farmorsburg. Wm. Domo, Marshal. " " National. Hermnn Koth, F. L, Wollman, postmaster, Hon. G. L. Gilbert, Hon. John Kiiion, F. H. Howard, morchant, L. G. Tanner, G. W. Uussoll, T. W. Burgess, Wm. Burgess, stock doaler, FroJ Werges, National. L. T. Barker, C. W. Walker, mayor. L. G. Webb, tnarsnnl, W. J. Knowies V the Standard Rotary Shuttle Sewing Machine. Monona. Lunnn. ARMSTRONG- & HOLTER, THE RELIABLE CLOTHIERS: ESTABLISHED IN 1883*- ugono C. Seott, Hon. Jas. O. Crosby, Pros, umbian Commission. —Tho Iowa Mutual Benefit Association furnishes Accident Insurance FREE to every member by providing for the payment of ono-fourth of tho amount that would be received in case of doath for tho loss of hand, foot or eyo, and farther provides for the payment of tho full amount in ense of death. Insuro in the Mutual! C. Corlett. Henry Oelke, P. National. To Old and New Subscribers. All now subscribers paying $1.60 in advanco will be crodited to Jan. 1st, 1898. and all old subscribers paying up to the day of payment and $1.60 in advanco will bo"creditod to the same timo. Our object is to havo nil subscriptions, so far as possible, oxpire Jan. 1st. Hence this premium. Wra. Henkes, H. Bald nor, D. Corlett, H. M. Banco. ' Wirkler, E. Flanagan, R. C. Stum. C. C. Deal. A Jones. We have takon the liberty to append the titles and designate those holding official positions. It affords us great pleasure to publish the abovo. Wo are personally acquainted with Mr. Hen- drickanefcan assuie him ho has made - F. M. Orr left us for his new homo at Spirit Lako on Tuesday. His family will remain for tho present, perhaps until spring Again we say wo deeply regret his departure from among us but trust that a widci field of usefulness may open to him so that'he may ho repaid fot sundering tho ties that must bind him to tho home of his child hood and early manhood. —$250.00 worth of excursion tickets were sold nt the Miiwnukso depot on Monday night and a large number were sold Tuesday morning. Tho people must have money or there could not be so much travel. Short-Horn Bulls For Bale. Fonr pedigreed short-horn bulls for sale cheap. Ono is eighteen months old, the others yousger. Three miles southeast of Postville. 18m8 P. CORCORAX. Excursions. For Sioux City Corn Paiaco held at Sioux City, Oct. 1st to 17th. excursion tickots will bo sold nt ono fare for the round trip. Will sell Oct. 1, 3. 6, 8, 10, 13, 16, 16 and 17. On tickets sold Oct to 0 iclurn tickets will bo good ton days from date of sale. On tickets sold 10 to 17 return tickets will bo good until Oct. 19. M. E. TALCOTT, Agt. —Mrs. Will Harris, Mrs. Darius Orr and Herman Harris went to Missouri on tho Tuesday oxcursion to visit Mr and Mrs. McDonald. We hope they may have a safe trip and we know thoy will have a plensant time. - The Iowa Mutual Benufit Association is under tho direct supervision of thu auditor of tho statn, to whom we respectfully refer you for information as to the reliability of tho association BERT COOK, Gen. Agt. UKNUT DUNNING, Agt., Ltntun, Io. —Mrs. Breakenrldgo is furnishing Deeorah Institute lady students day board at $1.40 per week; gentlemen, $1.50. Farm For Sale. Consisting of 317} acres, four mites south of Castalin, in Clermont town ship. 240 acres under cultivation, bal nnco tinibor and pasture. Buildings fair, well watorod. Inquire on th premises. 23tf THOMAS Mourns. —Tho editor of this worthy sheet has bt>en nearly blind this week and conse qnontly uuablo to read but little or to do much of anything else. The affile tion was oaused by splitting kindling wood. Moral:—Let your wife split the kindling;'- ' --They had an old fashioned "meet- fn" at the Methodist church last Sunday morning. ,- The older members sat in front in chairs, the'organ was removed and. the services were oondnoted in the old fashioned stylo. There was a Iowa Col- Your; pocket book must be in a most delapidatod state if our $10.00 All Wool Health Prolonging Suit isn't a 'good thing for it. As a matter of fact the mor o depleted your resources are the less you can afford to ignore the offers we are making. The point is not •whether you can afford to buy but whether you can afford not to. Plain talk suits plain people. It doesn't make any difference whether you are as rich as a Var- derbilt or as poor as a church mouse you'll come pretty near displaying an exceedingly level head if you drop in andtlexamine jnry Ben Johnson, stock dealor, M., Farmorsburg. Bismark. -The new residence of Walter Chriss, in the west part of town, now ncaring completion, will be one of th best houses in town, as well as ono of the most artistic. It is a two story squaro of the Quoen Anno style architecture, and everything about it is of the best quality. In the wood work Mr. Shecliy bns slighted nothing, and Mr. Parker has been equally careful with tho stono and brick work. Ono of the finest furnaces made has beon put tho basement, and altogether Mr. and Mrs. Chriss will havo a residence of which thoy may woll fool proud. We call your attention to the Stand- McGregor. | ar( j s ew i n g- Machine because we be live it to be the very best sewing machine for family or factory use ever invented Its great superiority over all other kinds is readily admitted by every person when once understood The Standard's rotary shuttle has revolutionized the whole sewing ma hosts of friends in Clayton county, chine principle and other sewing ma- Uncle John Corlett, ofticially connected * * ftWyS'Sdt"Ji u lti chine Co's are paralyzed because of most noted fruit raisers in tho county. r «^^!SloS™ rf «h 'w3S: their inability to meet the Standard in as well as did tho others with whom wo , . spoke. We were pleased to learn of prjTTTnfit.l t.l HTI this, and also to learn from them that *'VW.] ! JK3\/i\tX.\Jii the fair was a grand success." —. • • i - j l 1 — The Rotary principle is the only cor A Bad Accident. »/ JT xr o Avery serious accident occurrod near PCCt principle fOT a Shuttle tO a Sewing Bethel church J lust Friday night by hich two estimable ladies came near machine, losing their lives—Mrs. John Hammcl and Mrs. Hans Chrisiopherson. Thoy wcro going to attend tho revival meat- ing at Bethel church and wore driving a doublo team. Ono of the straps hold- ng up the nock yoke Wroke in descend ing a hill, causing the team to become unmanageable. Tho tongue dropped to tho ground as the team ran, and caught, breaking the tongue and of course throwing tho occupants of the vehicle to tho ground, a distance of somo thirty foot, with great force Both had a collar bone broken and were otherwise injured. Mrs. Christopherson was the worst hurt of the two, and has since been in a critical condition. Dr. Shepherd is attending them and will do all that can be done to bring them out. It is a miracle that they wcro not both Instantly killed. A little girl with them was not injured at all. Fall and Winter Suits and Over- Look at what you gain on The Standard coats. Underwear, Hosiery and Shirts. Hats, Caps, Gloves and Mitts. Fine Furnishing Goods. Trunks and Valises, Etc. We feel oonfldent we can please you. Our stock is the largest ever shown by us and the prices we guarantee the lowest. We want your trade. We have taken great pains in selecting our goods from the best firm in the U. S. and we want your candid opinion on our judgment. No trouble to show goods. Be sure and see us beforelmaking any purchases. We can and will save you money. THE - RELIABLE - CLOTHIERS, W. J. HANKS & CO., [Succcnora to Gray ^A Co. ] — DEA.LEES X2>T Watches, Clocks IJewelry and Optical Goods, Also a complete line of Silverware, : Artists' Materials, Stationery and School Supplies. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty! —Towels, Napkins, Crashes and Table Linen very cheap and a larger assortment than evor, at Luhman & Sanders'. —We regret to learn of tho death of Bar. Father Haokett, the Catholic priest of Clermont, He died io Ireland while there on a visit. "XiU Oreaee, J lar «« congregation —Last winter the Business Department of Deeorah Institute could not accommodate all who applied. For the full course, Including Shorthand, only Farm For Salo. A farm consisting of 280 acres- 740 under cultivation and 40 acres of timber. Will sell the farm without tho timber if desired. Good house, barn and outbuildings on the farm. Fencod in 20 acre lots. Well watered by a number of largo springs. A splendid farm in evory partioular. Situated 2} miles southwest of Castalia and 4} southeast of Ossian. Only 11 miles south of Military road and good road to It. For terms, etc. apply to E. Soott, Ossian, or to the editor of tho REVIEW, Postvillo. Hm6 —Fred Beedy has got moved and set-1 the state, and it is doubtful if there are any better rooms in the state, though there are doubtless some that are larger, bat he has all the room in all tho departments that he will ever need. He has gone to great exponso to lit up a gallery that is a credit to our town and we hope to see the people appreciate it and give hin a trade that will ors in the art, and withal is a gentleman in every respect, worthy of the confidence and support of all. This is not an advertisement, but simple justice to one of our best young business men. •^-Headquarter* I tor Ueso'dne, Lard. Caetor, Black ami eli( ei the leading brands of Machine OiJav •t Waters ft Nicojay's. - We did get a-little rain last Sunday evening, bat-not one smarter wWrt was needed. We are thankful for the little we. did get, and we; hope for more. —Tho Phil 8h«ridAn Base Ball Club will give a dance at Tnrner Hall,. on Satnrday evening, Oct. 10th. MHS toy Harrington's Postville ovohestra, Tlok- «t* 7Sc«nt«, - —Laotfng Klohole, Ived Gardner, F, Crave* and Harry 8, Nailer, art pre- MfvatWea 6t theffnlen and A*Kt> offices «jt WeatfiTpfonK toftdVovw' office: a call .,.i^$mttojr ™,s-,:^ 15.00 in addition to the regular tuition, $5.00 a month is charged. Students admitted at any time. X«w Sental Booms. , pt. Will Cole has opened a dental offlce over the harness store in the briok block, where he may be found on Tuesday and Wednesday of eaoh wnek, where he invites the pubilo to call when wanting first-class work done fn his , Mt««f lem-H W*v Senator —Geov Cameron and family have jenjoyed to Charles Clty r Mr. Cole na* rented; ftehonie vacated to Dr. H, Hnntr new dentist, and now thertf l# no; vacant room or house in towir that we know oi,and we have nee» two* partfet looking for honaef ^{tt^Keejda^i, Wb«tav«wf going tedV /wMn «#f «**«P^y the mweopft* JL down New Photograph Gallery. Now ready and open for business. Having completed my New Gallery In the new brick block erected this summer, I can proudly say that I have the finest photo rooms, second to none In the state, and oan furnish my many patrons with finer work than oyer; have a very huge skylight of corrogat- ed glass out in on the latest Improved plan affording plenty of light for the cloudiest weather. Your picture made rain or shine, any size from a postage stamp to life size. A large new camera and lens for making extra large framing size pictures, and for a short time will furnish a large picture framed complete for nearly„half price. See samples. New Scenery, New Everything. PICTURES COPIED AND ENLABfJIP. Have your pictures enlarged and framed at borne and save money. VntWTNO. Have yoar house photographed. I am now,'prepared to do viewing in town or country. PICTURE FRAME*. A large stock of picture frames, all sizes. Bring in your picture* and nave the* framedf AXYWAT . Call and Me nt* in my ww quarter* wbetiw yoo wiab Mytftwjr . sot, welcome HMSI , „ Its shuttle makes only ONE MOTION to make a tied in his now quarters over the cin- stitch, while the Domestic, New Home, White, Davis, zon's state Bank, where he has tho fin- ginger and all long shuttle machines make FOUR (4) est photograph rooms in this part of MOTIONS, two stops and two starts with the shuttle to make one stitch. The Standard needle makes only TWO MOTIONS to make a stitch, while on all long shuttle maohines the needle makes FOUR (4) MOTIONS to make one stitch. It sew from One-Third to One-Half faster than any long shuttle machine. Its whole shuttle race is SOLID STEEL and can be niO 11- auu Utiu uius a. v* HUU hiieaw n m i replaced, while on other machines the shuttle race is warrant the outlay. He has no superi- [ ONLY CAST IRON and Cftnnot he replaced. The Standard with its almost noiseless shuttle,! which turns round like a wheel, with no stop or jar { motion; its great speed; its perfect ease in operation; its perfeot tension and elastic stitch; its powerful feed; with its Steel Set of Foot Attachments, combined with its great simplicity and almost endless durability makes it by far the Best and Cheapest sewing machine in the world, and no one should think of buying a sewing maohine without investigating the principles of the Standard Rotary Shuttle and giving the machine a trial. We also handle a large line of other kinds of sewing maohine* whioh we sell. A brand new sewing machine from 13.60,15.00, 80.00 to 25.00, and 30.00 for the best long shuttle sewing machine made, with Steel Set of Attachments. Call and inspect our maohines and especially the Standard before baying, or write ns and we will have our agent call and show you PRICES REASONABLE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Republican Caucus. At a republican caucus held at Shepherd's law ofQco in Postville, Sopt. 26th, the chairman of the committee, W. C. McNeil, presided and G. S. Tut-' tie was ohosen secretary. On motion the following delegate* were severally ohosen to the county convention to meet at Wankon, Oct. 8rd: J. B. Hart, W. C. McNeil, W. H. Carithers, Ellison Orr, J. R. Laughlln, J. H. Meier, W. N. Bnrdiok, August Meier, W. S. Webster. On motion W. C. McNeil, J. B. Hart and W. N. Burdlok were ohosen township committee for the ensuing year. On motion cauous adjourned. W. O. MoNmi, Chm. (i, 8. TUTOR , Seo. We invite you to call on us and see for yourselves.'. YOURS RESPECTFULLY, W. J- HHDKS % GO. east «fr« «««|^ JWWWP»,. ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ last of Letter* remaining uncalled for in the postoffioe at PoetvllU, Iowu, Sept. 30,1891. Parties calling for any of them will please say "Advertised:" Rev. F, D, Adams, Janko Baturio, G, F. DeVere, C arenoe Eddy, Jos* Goodwin, C. N. Galland, Mamie Gllson, Frank Hale, Jno, Hnbacher, Lizzie MoKlnley, J. V. McGbee, Frapkje Mauaker, Peter Nielson, Cbns. Olson, Niels Paulson, Jno. Shore*, M. Seiisg 2, Wm/ Snuff, Geo. Thaas, Wra. dale. " Pomw;-Caroline Reins, E, t. fafgb!, T. J. MeWnoey, 14, Q. Ren*- bnrg, EdtrnrdK. S»rey r #eW# fywytjr, The Standard, The Best on Earth. At our stock of Boots & Shoes will Convince you that it is'the most complete stock of ANY in this part of the state. Styles to suit all at prices lower than the o- LOWEST Our trade in this department is proof of what we •ay, Everything striotly one price. No deviation! ::& f M..^§tifa,tog. th* finest Utfe of JtofQHfyQi ft^

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